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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE wim COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY iniisiiL MAY 7, 1915 Church for Sunday Established 1887 NUMBER 30 Services at Christian Sunday School 9:45. The beautiful lesson of Friendship will strike responsive cords in many hearts. SubPreaching at 1 1 o'clock. ject "Mother". The program for the morning service will be a "Mother's Day" program, with special music. We also hope that o are willing to enter into the custom will wear flowers in honor of or in memory of Mother, a red flower if mother is living, a white one if she is dead. The Christian Endeavor meets at 630. Our congregation meets at 7:30 with the congregation of the Presbyterian Church for the rugular union service, the Rev. Mr. Macmillan delivering the discourse. all-wh- r V Jl 1 LISI II J v t& C i r I ffi I if ft fcL I fT?Ti F Whoso cus TO m BBS Intoresto Are First and Foremost Every Transaction in this Sank is for the best Interest our With Us llf 0 I 1 I 4n ' 111 IfS J I Vv The Style THE 'WINSOR" MODEL Sets .. coKW I frf I Recognizing the fact our customers, L not only require, but insist upon the tomers We would sanction no transaction which dil not. in every way, make lor the best Interests of our ens- . best service and absolute safety r A new Spring model for men that's as comfortable as it is smart. Some Forms op Rheumatism 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 fort and It's an easy road to travel once you have started . pros-perity. Curable Rheumatism is a disease characterized by pains in the joints and I ne most comin tne muscles. The Bank of The Bank t. Vernon AOVER 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 For style they have the flat English effect, thin receding toe with corded lip; and small leather eyelets. For comfort they have room for five toes ; low flat heels ; full tread across the bali and fitted as we know how to fit, they will not bind or slip at the back Acutejand Chron- VI ic Rheumatism, Rheumatic Headaches, Sciatica Rheumatism and Lumbago. All of these tv pes can be helped absolutely by applying some good liniment that pene- 2XE trates. An apolication of Sloan's Liniment two or three times a day to the affected part will give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment is good for pain, and especially Rheumatic P: in, because it penetrates to the seat of the trouble, soothes the afflicted part and draws the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all medicine." Get a 25c. bottle now. Keep it handy in case of emergency. mon forms are: that takes care of it's Customers X242X 2XZ LEVEL GKEEJS. R. L. Brown and Mrs. Georgia Swain of Somerset, speut last Sat- In patent, dull black or tan Russian calf-skall sizes and widths, $3.59, $4.00, $5X0 in We BltOUIIKAI) Sutton Give And Redeem Our . -y R. Gent.-Co Atty-E absence was in town Tuesday. Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pike were in S. Martin, and daughter, Mrs. Mt. Vernon Thursday of last Bron Owens were in Mt Vernon week shopping. The elec ion lor Tuesday with relatives. Brodhead trustees for the Graded school Graded High School closes today, last Saturday resulted in the selec- the conimencementexercises. howGiavely and ever, will not close until next tion of Dr. W. E Gravely Tuesdav evening. Robert H. Hicks. Dr. The Eighth was elected to succeed himself. the Ma Grade will give a play, Prof. J. L. Pilkeutou was in Mt. sonic Ring:, or the Adventures of a Vernon Saturday between trains. ' College bride on Friday even Jop Albright was in Mt. Vernon ing May 7th. Monday evening last Saturday on business. Mr. will be two hours of excellent en Leroy Houk was with relatives tertainment by the children of the here last week from Indiana Mr. grades. The High School exer and Mrs. Casper Adams were the cises will be on Tuesday evening, guests of Mrs. R. S. Martin and at which time Certilicates of pro family and Mr. and Mrs. Byron motion will be awarded Mr. and Owens Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Barnett, anH son Grider Mrs. Green Lovings died at her and Mr. and Mrs. R E. Albright home "ear here Saturday after a motored to Crab Orchard, Lanshort, illness. After services at caster, Stanfoid, Danville, Lexingthe Baptist church conducted by ton and Harrodsburg Sunday, and the Rev. Andy Burke, her remains all report a pleasant tiip. E. B. were laid to rest in the Christian Newland who has a good position Besides her with theTellico Lumber Co., Tel-licchurch cemetery. husband, she is survived by six Plains, Teun., is with home children, one of whom is just a folks here this week. Mrs. R. E. few weeks old. J. F. Watson and Albright is visiting relatives and Mildred Robins were guests of Mr friends in Junction City and Danand Mrs. F. L. Durham at Mt ville this week. Prof. J. L Pilk-entoVernon Sunday. J. R. Cass, of has just received a letter this place, and Lester B. Hiiton of from Prof. McHenry Rhodes, Stanford, attended at Campbell-vill- e stating that Brodhead High School Monday evening, and witness has been placed on the accredited ed Lebanon Junction's degree list. Brodhead and Mt Vernon team confer the 3rd degree on a have the only accredited schools class of six. They were in in Rockcastle county -- Josiah Louisville Tuesday, returning Johnson, an old and respected citihere Tuesday night. Mr. Hilton zen uf the Ottawa section died at returned home his home at 5 o'clock Saturday and family Wednesday evening.-D- r. and Mrs. morning after an illness of about W. F. Carter were in Louisville Mt. Veran hours duration.-T- he shopping last Fridav. Judge A. Musical Co., are in town this J. Haggard and Chief W. A. Tyree non say they were in Mt. Vernon evening (Wednesday) and will Monday of last week, and attend- - give a show at the Citizens bank ed all the republican speakings hall. We hope the attendance will and good road meetings. We are be large, A number of youug sorry that we did not know this men from there are in town, and sooner, and it is strange Wat we we suppose belong to the Musical did not inquire about them, the J, Albert Hasty of the Level town was very quiet that day and ' Oreen sectiou, was in town they were conspicuous for their Wednesday. o n I urday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L K Niceley. Misses Kate DeBord and Hallie Sowder were in Mt. Vernon Thursday shopping. M. E. Burton Jr. spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents at Plato. J. W. Mullins of Livingston, was with his father, Mr. J P. Mullins, from Sunday until Tuesday. Misses Lottie and Sue Denny of Walnut Grove' were the guests of Miss Nettie Brown, Saturday night and Sunday. W T. DeBord is In Somerset this week on business,- - Miss Mary Mae by Miss accompanied Lathim L I T 1 N ii N T O N. to make the school a success. The Ethyl Davis of Mt. Vernon, spent Mrs. J. H. Browning, of May-woo- following are the newly elected a few days with her parents here. Wm. H. Brown was in Mt. Verhas been here tor a few trustees: Thomas Jones, Will Clark, David Rambo, and N. H. non last Friday. Swanie Price days visiting her many friends Mr. and Mrs. Pete spent a few days with his cousin, and relatives. In the item last Oliver. Bryant left Wednesday for Eles, Dr. H. H. Isaacs last week. Mr. week we made a mistake when Uncle and Mrs. Uoleman Broughton and we said that Ben Griffin had rheu- Ky , for a few days' visit. Pete is one of the old '61 soldiers and childred have retured to their matism. It was another party that had rheumatism, for at that who heard the roar of the cannon home at Three Fork, Mont., after tune Ben was at another town in of the civil war and who will a four months stay with Mrs. Laurel, but we bad better not talk of the war life with tears in Brougbton's parents, Mr. and We are having some Mrs. Wm. Hurst. Mr. and Mrs. tell. Well, we have had one of his eyes. very cold weather at this time, J. L. Thompson spent Saturday the best rains aud all vegetation is greatly improved. Miss Cleo but we learned long since not to night and Sunday with their Pennington, of London, was here grumble and take the weather as daughter, Mrs. G. N. Bray at a few days this week visiting it comes. A. H. Hamlin, of Mt. Wabd. J. J. Brown has been sufrelatives. Mr. G. S. Griffin has Vernon, was here Wednesday. fering very much with rheumabeen in Somerset for a couple of A. W, Norton, of the Scaggs tism for two weeks. Mr. Henry days. and Mrs. Claud Grif- Creek Section, was in our town Jones of Woodstock, spent SaturMisses Ella Mae day and Sunday with his brother, fin, of near Mt. Vernon, were in Wednesday. Blanford and Flora Pennington, Frank Jones, here. Mrs. W. E. our town from Saturday until Sunday visiting'relatives. C. A. have rented a room from Dr. W. Beaty of Tackson, Ky., is visiting Blanford was in Louisville. Sun- T. Amyx, on Mam street, and are her mother, Mrs. R, B. Hatcher TV. day. J. B- - Donelly went to Lex- hoving it repapered, and will put this week. F. E, Gentry of Quail ington, Snnday, to attend the in an up to date ice cream parlor. spent Saturday night with Mr. and races. Thomas Jones is off on a They will be ready to open by Sat- Mrs J, L. Niceley. Miss Hallie urday the 8th, We predict a nice Sowder is spending the week with fishing trip down the rivtr. Fred Baker was in Mt. Vernon bnsiness for them. Our friend her mother at Etna, Ky. C. E. latter part of last week visiting W. M. Hicks has moved his saw Mullins was here Tuesday calling home folks. J. W. Mullins has mill near town, so the wheels of on the merchants. Mrs. J. T. returned from Level Green after prosperity will soon begin to roll. Vanhook is in London for a few Our school will close Friday days stay. Bro. W. V. Anderson a few days' visit with relatives Rev. Baker tilled his appoint and from what we can learn the will preach at Friendship next ment at the Christian church, Sat present teachers have given sat- Saturday night. urday and Sunday. There were isfaction. Lapsley Lusk was in 129 in attendance at the Christian Cincinnati last week. J. W. Hig-gin- s was in Rowland, Saturday, HOW'S THIS! Sunday School, Sunday. George calling on his girl. Mr. and Mrs, Sanbrooks, of Louisville, is here We offer One Hundred Dollars for a few days. The telephone 1. E. Mann are visiting relatives Reward for any case of Catarrh company has installed a new board at Myers Station. Born to the that cannot be cured by Hall's Cure. here and it is a peach. E. S. Al wife of Lee Mullins, May 4th, a Catarrh Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. F. J. bright, of Mt. Vernon, owner, fine baby girl, christened Naomi. We, the undersigned, have A. G. Bowling was visiting his known F. J. Cheney for the last manager, editor and general roustabout for the Mt. Vernon Sig-na- brother, Charles Bowling, at 15 years, and believe him perfectly was here between trains. Mon- M ays ville, last week. Mrs Cora honorable in all business transacfinancially able to carry day. The school election at this Welch was in Louisville shopping tions and any obligations out made by his place passed off nicely. It seem- last week. George Sambrooks is firm. ed that the voters took a great inNATIONAL BANK OP COMMERCE. here from Oklahoma vfcuing his loledo, O. terest in the election and the newsister, Mrs. J. H. ickerson. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inly elected trustees are very thankternally, acting directly upon the ful to the lad;es for the part taken Mrs. B. C Mullins is visiting at blood aud mucous surfaces of the ' by them in coming out and vot- Brush Creek this week. C. C system. Testimonials sent free. ing and they promise further-mor- e Evans, of Lexington," lectured Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by that there will not be one here Tuesday night in the inter- all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constone left unturned that will help est of Sunday School work. stipation. The general features and exquis--it design of the Ford demand attention. Its simplicity- - strength and durability make it a car envied by all a McBee Trading Stamps d, Own 8 The powerful, quiet-runni- ng motor, the magneto running in oil, the use of vanadium steel and many other f eatu es originated by Ford himself, explains why there are' one million satisfied owners and why two thousand cars a day are being sold. 8 $50. will be refunded each Ford owner provided 300,000 cars are sold between August J 9 14 a nd August 1915. 9 8 Runabout $440.; Touring Car $490.; Coupes $750.: Sedan $975., f.o.b. Detroit. FOR SALE BY 3-- Mr. BRYANT BROS. gVT.T.T.i.-y.TV-5 c T 4 iVT 8 I 1 ; 1 Your Bank Must Be both willing and able at all times to extend you such accommodations as your business justifies. Ask the exp erience of your friend who carries an account with the "Peoples", which is seeking : l, your business. Interest On Time Deposits Peoples Bank F. L. THOMPSON, Jr., Cashier. i ii II! 1 ? on May 2nd for that purpose, in the mean time the cities and counties in Kentucky and Tennessee, Friday, May 7. 1915 thru their Commercial Bodies have held meetings and gathered data Published every Friday by to be' laid before this body at that EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. meeting; giving reasons aud show- ing the advantages of the different $I.OO routes. There are three proposed OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR routes thru Kentucky, or a part of rates mace known on the way acioss the state. The Advertising Western, Central and Eastern application would be routes. The Western Louisville to Nashville. Tile CenMEMBER OF tral would be from Louisville or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Cincinnati via Lexington, Danville y 5CHSZ?; Crab Orchard, Somerset to Albany, thence to Chattanooga. The Eastern route would be from Louisville or Cincinnati via Lex-ing- , Richmond, Mt. Vernon and over Boone Way to Cumberland Gap, Kuoxville and on to Chattan- ML VERNON SIGNAL MARKTBURG. Mrs.rE. Griffin and wife, cf St. Louis, :a,re with their mother. Mrs. J.N. Griffin. Miss Judith McCall was up from Brodhead, last Suuday. P. V. Hunt, who have been in Eastern State Hospital for the past eight months, hasreturred very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andersou was up Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Dillinghams, the merchants of tis place, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Ottawa. There was a verv nice crowd out Saturday niijht to the singing. There will be singing again this coming Saturday night. Hope there will be a good crowd as we will have our teachers with us. Mrs. Maude Ballard, of Brodhead, was with her mother, Mrs. Ber! Owens. Saturday and Sunday. The farmers are very busy at this writing. Walker Napier was calling at Maretburg last Sunday evening. r I tjfc2 X BAKER'S VALUES ALL NEXT WEEK 1391 I EXTRA SPECIAL OUR business is built on the foundation of values save the customer money give him better service go on and upward slowly but surely, ANNOUNCEMENTS. We Are Authorized to Announce JUDGE B. J. BETHUltl'M as .Tudjje As a candidate for of the 28th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Republican party, August primary 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce B. C. LEWIS As a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, Aujjust primary 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce Dr. W. C. BLACK Ab a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915 ooga. On the invitation ot the Knox-vill- e Board of Commerce, delegates from Kentucky counties embrac- No swell-heade- d out-growi-ng ing the cities on the proposed "Eastern" route, and some delegates from Central route, attend- attend the Chattanooga meeting We Are Authorized to Announce of the Dixie Highway Commission M. L. JARVIS on 2oth and show up the many as Ab a candidate for Attorney of the 2Sth Ju- reasons and advantages of the dicial 'District, subject to the action of scenic and the Republican partv, August l'rimarv, Eastern or mountain 'ti ed a meeting in Knoxvilleon May Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton. O., 4th. when the matter was gone in- writes: "Our whole family deto and data gone over carefully. pend on Pine-Ta- r Honey." May Eastern route was heartily en- be someone in your family has a The it is the dorsed and committees were ap severe Cold .perhaps baby. The original Dr. Bells pointed to gather further data and Pine-Ta- r Honey is an ever ready Whole Family Dependent his derby hat, I put another clerk I dont attempt to tell people what they must buy under the derby in my store, what price they must pay, or what quality they must pick My Motto and the motto of my Clerks is " See that the people get what they want," and if you are not satisfied, return the goods and you are not out a cent When I find a clerk is clerks in my store. historical route. We Are Authorized to Announce Back Yard Campaign Shelbyville was represented by W. T. DAVIS Eugene Combs. Among the Ab a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk The help of every member of subject to the Richmond delegates were Allen of Rockcastle County, action of the Republican primary Aug- Zaring, R. E. Turley, C. T. Hig the Woman's Club is needed to ust 7. 1915. gins, Joe S. Boggs. Berea sent make the work of the Clean up We Are Authorized to Announce W. J. Dooley, Prof T. O. Clark Committee a success. The childT. J. NICELEY Edwin ren of our public schcols are enAs a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Dr. Davis, and Lexington; of Rockcastle County, subject to the L. Quarles. Crab Orchard was listed in the work this year, and action of the Republican primary, represented by R. L. Collier and we hope to have the best results August", 1915. L. L. Sanders. London bv Hon. we have ever had. Let us give especial attention to Inasmuch as when it is known D. CJ. Edwards. Corbin by Dr. that our road bond issue is safe J. H Parker. Middlesboro bv the backs yards. Remember that and taking into consideration that .jenator Joe F. Bosworth, who is many of them are either fronting human nature under excitement always found where there is any on other streets or close beside causes almost anyone to say road noise going on. Mt. Vernon our neighbor, and are very unthings that he is sorry of within by W. J. Sparks and James Maret sightly, to say the lesst. If each a few minutes after expressing Barbourville, Judge Thomas C club member will make her own themselves. Such were the con- Hammond, Judge J. T. Stamper place attractive it will be an inditions existing during the cam- and Thomas Hubble. Pineville, centive to her neighbors to do likepaign just begun, and a:ter the A. C. Carr, Wm. Harr and VV. E. wise. The Civics Department, has reelection of Marcn 27th. t'.at good Cabell. quested the mayor to appoint a men both for and against the At a caucus held at Hotel Imcommittee from the city council to bond issue said things under the perial Tuesday morning, by the stress and heat of battle that Kentucky delegation a resolution inspect the back yards after Cleanthey w'isht later they had not been was adopted endorsing the "East- up Day. This request was grantso strenuous in the expression of ern Route" and cxprest a prefer- ed. May nth the Clean-u- p Committheir opinions. Thon ihere were ence to have the Dixie Highway tee will haul awav all trash pi t the carriers of news and tales located South of Lexington via which were often exagerated aud Richmond, Mt. Vernon and Cum- out in barrels or boxes so it can e in some instances manufactured berland Gap and this report was easily hanu'ed, but club memcers out of whole cloth. Things re- made to and adopted by the co especially should not leave this for the committee, as the expense ported to have been said that were There being two sheavier every year. not said at all. Now that things routes from Cumberland becomes Do your own part and others have cooled down and we ba-- e re- Gap to Kuoxville, the convention will lollow your example. sumed our normal avocations, we appointed a committee and com Begin at once. Clean-u- p now, should let bygones be bygones missioners to settle the matter at and then help clean and Clean-u- p and let our usual friendly relations some future time. Day may not have to ha've annuil resume the even tenor of their Convention adjourned at i2:45 affair in Danville. Dauville Adway. We are neighbors and p. m.. vocate. friends and should forget any unThe Kentucky delegation We would suggest that the Wo kind or unthoughted remarks received courteous atten ion and man's Club of Mt. Vernon follow made when each was doing what their remarks and addresses well this splendid move. Some of he conscientiously thought was for received in the meeting. the back yards in Mt Verron certhe best interests of himself, famProf. Clark of Berea College, tainly need looking after. ily and county. We should now all stand together for the making brought to the meeting Prof. RobSICK HEADACHE of a better, brighter and more pro- inson's report of Boone Trail hisMrs. A. L. Luckie, East committee gressive Rockcastle county and torical committee N. Y., was a victim of mountain home. By doing this we was appointed at Winchester sick headache aud despondency, will increase our chances of se- meeting April 15th ajd was com- caused by a badly weakened and Win- debilitated condition of her stomcuring yet another great thru road posed of Col. R. R, Perry; ach, when she began taking Chamfrom the .North to the South thru chester, Judge McMillan; Paris. berlain's Tablets She says, "I Judge W. L. Brown; London, found domains the Dixie Highway. them pleasant to take, also Prof. Robinson Berea College and mild and effective. In a few The Kentucky Dixie Highway lames Maret. Mt. Vernon). weeks' time I was restored to my Commission made the trip by This bit cf Boone history is a ormer good health." For sale ty auto over the proposed route be- reti arkably fine article written by all dealers. tween Louisville and Nashville, or Prof. Robinson from data gatherPRIZtS what is known as the Western ed mostly by himself altho some route of that already proposed was furnish t him by other memThe following is the list of National highway. bers of the committee. This prizes awarded to Rockcastle at the splendid, fascinating and most K. E. A: valuable historical sketch will be 1. Best darning, patching, butfeatured with illustrations in the Knoxvitle Dixie ton holes etc. first prize NanJournal and Tribune, Knoxvilles nie Catron, Dormitory. spkuidid morning paper on Sun2 Best biscuit second prize day May 9ih. Kentuckians who Ruth Litton, High School. desire to read and preserve this 3. Best undergarment second fine article should write at once to prize Ruth Landrum, High the Kuoxville Journal and Trib- school. The "Dixie Highway" is the une. 4. Best shirtwaist second prize name of a proposed highway from Every indication points to the Elizabeth Pulliam, High School. Chicago to Miama, Fla.. to pass successful outcome of the fight 5. Best farm gate first prize thru a portion of seven states, and being made for lining up Dixie Geo.Weiderholtd Graded School. possibly eight; Illinois. Indiana, Highway over the "Eastern 6. Best mechanical di awing Kentucky, Tennessee. Alabama, Route' . second prize Logan Bryant, H.S. Georgia Florida and possibly That portion of the mute used 7. Best apron and cap 2nd piize 'Ohio. Various meetings have jointly by the Dixie Highway and Jessie boward, Dormitory. been held looking to the promt" Boone Way will be called "Dixie 8. Best exhibit from county as a tion of the idea have been held in Boone Highway" if the father of whole-seco-nd prize Rockcastle. the above states ann one mas-- Boone Way gets his wishes Dizziness, vertigo (blind stagmeeting in Chattanooga at which On May 30th, at Cumberland gers) sallow comslexion, flatulence were present the Governors of Gap, there will be dedicated a are symptoms of torpid liver. No said states at which it was agreed monument to that grand old one can feel well while the liver is that each of these officials shou'd frontiersman and Indian fighter inactive. HERBINE is a power-live- r stimulant. A dose or two appoint two Commissi viers who Daniel Boone. A big outpouring will cause all bilious symptoms to should locate and route Dixie of the friends of Boone Way, who disappear. Try it. Price 50c. Highway.. These Commission- desire to honor tre old hero, is Sold bv John Robins, Brodhead, : Ky. er? "Will meet at .Chattanooga expected. 1 id 1915. household ramedy it gives immediate relief. Pine-Ta- r Honey penetrates the linings of the Throat and Lungs, destroys the Germs, and allows Nature to act. At your Druggists, 25c. Life is not very long, a pleasant and agreeable one close my store tomorrow if I could't make every sale, at best, and I'd that occurs here, that you can't run a successful business on " Wind and hot air 1f it takes big stocks of every line of Merchandise that people use Big values and a square deal. This is just what we do our best to give you each day of our lives I will thank you to call 25 years experience has taught me U.G.BAKER MT. VERNON, PRICE MAKER KY SPECIAL TRAIN EXCUUSI I CINCINNATI Sunday, r mm MAY m MP RETURN CITY 9 ROUND TRIP $1. 5 O i FROM JUNCTION SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. 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Qa vonr ticket agent for tickets via C. & B. Line. Beautifully colored sectional puzzle chart, showing both exterior and Interior of 'lbe Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" sent on receipt of five cenu to cover postage and trailing. Also ask pictorial and descriptive bonlrtetf ree. for our 8:00 -- Daily, May 1st to Dec. - Flooring If you are thinking of Ceiling Siding Cornice Doors. s building or repairing it will pay you to see Brackets Roofing KoofPaint & THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland, Ohio PROCTOR 1 Wlien the baby takes too much food the stomach turns; the result is indigestion, sourness and vomiting. Frequently the bowels are involved aim there is colic pains and diarrhoea, McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR is a " grand corrective remedy for the stomach and bowel disorders" babies. It is pure, wholesome and pleasant to take Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. COUGH "About a year ago my three cough and I boys had whooping found Chamberlain's Cough rem edy the only one that would relieve their coughing and whooping spoils. I continued this treatment and was surprised to find that it cured the diseas in a very short time," writes Mrs. Archie Dalry-mplCrooksville, Ohio. For sale by all dealers. WHOOPING e, Sash umns Mckenzie They carry a line of building material in stock. & Lathes Plaster Cement Sand I DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES g . r Ws Li. MT. VERNON SIGNAL 79 Coluniau and children, of Louisville, spent a Mt. Vernon, Ky, Miy 7 1915 portion of last week with relatives here aud at Pine Hill. Mioses Stewart, Bertha Litton, up "No. 79" wnenWfV waa toCommunl 2J Bernice Landrura, Bonnie Niceley cate with SIGNAL Onie Silvers, Gene Fishback and (Messrs John Pearl Landrum and ' Hiatt Crawford are attending the State Christian Endeavor Convention at Berea. , Tli nfiifliiiTHIIIflJl Mr. Jiiiues 1. MMfitftt -- "--j i Wnri-- , Big line of cheap shoes at Fish's. The Cox & Wheeldon Comedy show of this place played a "full house" at Brodhead Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mullins aie rejoicing over the arrival of a fine eleven pound boy, born Wednes iHMniHBHi gl.l JiTjv day night. You may find better clothing than Fish's $15 Special, but you would have to pay 20. for them. Why not save the $5 ? ARE MURE POPULAR THAN EVER AND WE HAVE THEM In an endless variety for all men. Early buying for spot cash enables us to give you some unusual bargains in Blue S erges $7.50 $10 $15 and FOR SPOT CASH Louisvllc &, Nashville R. R. Co. M)CAL Cash rings loud at Fish's. TIME TABLE. 22 ucrtn -- 4 nortn. 23 south '11 Louisville, candidate for Secretary of Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice S F. Bowman. mail matter. as stcond-cias- s State, on the Democratic ticket, Do you want a car that will run, was in town Tuesday, looking one that you yourself can run, one after his interests. P E It S 0 S A L that you dan keep running, one The residence of J. W. Baker, Edgar Mullins was in Chicago, that you can afford to run FORD. I this spring and get it at Fish's. and terms. Jas. Landrum, Agent. If vou intend going into the Phone No. 8. Chas. W. Milliken, of show business see O. C. Davis or South 5.04 p m The best investment you farmCool comiortable Union Suits 3:50 a m for Men ers can make today is to buy and Bovs at Fish's. 11:39 a i Write, phone Globe Fertilizers Buy the boy a blue serge suit 12:13 am or see J. Fish & Son, for prices Fish's Special Serges $20 I I Mm I McFarland Memorial Educational Procristiitti 01 IS JOP J. THOMPSON DIES AT fllA mic "",uc 1U lue Pieac x 01 -i Intn li kk a. an aw Mr. Thompson, at Lan-- c America. The FORD was also Dist. No. 34. These contracts are funeral of great throng 01 neighbors and Presbyterian Church Thc Tnief of dil Efficiency the first to scale the heights ot to let to the lowest bidder, HIS HOME NEAR iter, Sunday. the friends, Mr. McClary complied Ben Nevis, the highest mouutain PREACHERSVILLE Board of Education reserving the with the request and did it well. Mr. and Mrs. W A. McKetizie The following services are for in Scotland. A very interesting investigation, right to reject any bid, not satis- next Sunday: The burial followed in the LancasMiss Susie Thompson attended and 0f wide reaching importance, has The following Rockcastle coun- factory. The size and specificaA good citizen, a clever gentle ter cemetery. burial of Mr. J. J. Thompson at babbatn bchool 9.45 a.m. recently been made in the case of man ty citizens have been summoned tions of said buildings will also be A good man has gone to his reand an honest man was taken Lancaster, Sunday. The special feature for next i400 students, who having all from this community when Jop 'or Jury service at Federal Court given on same day. ward; may his deeds be emulated J. Miss Eila Carson his returned ounuay win De me ceieoratton ot graduated in i908 from various rrunmncn,e , in London, May toth. Grand J. O. Scoggin, o opii 11 jjaaaeu iiiiu inc and the world better by them. from Lexington where she has Mother's Day. " The school will high schools, taken at random, in uuiujuu Supervisor of Schools. great beyond at 10 o'clock Satur- - Interior Journal. been attending a conference of Jury, James Brown, Quail; J. W. deliver a good program under the tVt Control Cfnf.r l.t.n uu I cuicjcuI day morn:ng. He was welI known ""CI. Caker, Livingston. Petit Jury, The deceased was a brother of of KenCanning Club Workers Jack Auslet. Manager of Angell't direction of Miss McCord. All some college. The facts disclos-ja- ll John L. Giaves, Hansford; R. L. Commedians was in our townsman F. L. Thompson over this Seclion but in his tucky. Mt. Vernon on mothers are urged to be there. ed that only 56 per cent of these Sr., and the father of Charley McFerron, rwhiw-w,- ! V.UWV., ,m Mt Vernon; James Tuesday, making final arrange-. .. . .wut.W i. i .j,..... Remember the White Carnations Mrs. C. C. Williams is in LouisThompson the faithful and effcollege im- - ville, he was known best and ituo stuaenis enierea Moore, Hiatt; David Grubb, Pine ments there' icient book-keepfor the appearance of that ville with her daughter, Mrs. Hill; rreacuing bervice, - 11.00 a.m. mediately after graduating from of the Peoples Level popular tent show here fair week. J. B. Thompson, he was admired most.. Tntlv ran ' Bank The deceased had manv ., Sermon on "Mothers'- - by Rev. nigh schooi; West, who will return to Mt. Ver- Green, , .. -. 24 per cent waitea nif.-..Qtand Rev A. J Pike. Brod- Mr. Auslet ... A r; u: "vulw states that he has the jno. Maemman. Alter the ser one year, 8 per cent waited two :t- hfk- wv-;j nf ...... f. kj .huts.. i,, iuian co UL1U illCllua .IU bU13 uvjuuiy uuu4 non with her mother to spend the head. best show he has ever had and the vices the Lord's Supper will be years, and 12 per cent waited .was to like him. He was honor-:abl- e who mourn his death. summer. in his dealings, did right as he night administered. All christian peo. three years before they entered Mrs. A. H. McFerron and child- ROAD MEETING IN LONDON, big feature play Thursday , saw right, and the few errors that MAY 13TH. will be Daniel Boone on The Trai'. pie invited. FOR FLETCHER'S college to continue their education. jhe ren, Ray and Miss Christine, have made, if indeed he made any, The Fiscal Court of Laurel A sensational drama picturing the Men's Meeting, 2.30 p m. 2eiurned to their home, "Breezy This educational retardation in were of the head and not of the county invites the Fiscal Courts life of that notPd Scout. Angell's C. E. Society, 6.30 p.m. Hill," near Pine Hill, after spendin the case of 44 per cent of col heart. Any community is blessed In the whole field of medicine of all adioinine counties. Rock Commedians will be the big night Union Service, 730 p.m. The lege students is certainly worthy i thoi'a tz nrfr i Viki1liA tomarlt ing a year or more in Floridi. -by haviug such a man in it, and ., " ruv' castle, Knox. Whitley, Jaekson, feature at several big fairs. The congregation of the Christian oi consideration in its bearings on today 10 tne nesu. win repair uumuge L. T. Houk, an uncle of the Clay and Pulaski, there is regret in his section to meet at the Big Band and Orchostra is under church will unite with us and the individual and on the commun- of the county such as probably the j more uuicklv than Ballard's Snow writer, was here hrst of the week Court House at London, on May the leadership of Chief Mendith, Rev. Young will assist ia th ity in which wounds, cuts, the students has his death of no other man would have Liniment. In scalds and rheu from Jamestown, Ind., where he 13th, to discuss the locating and burns, sprains, the only Indian band leader in service. Rev. J. M. Macmillan home and where he expects to be caused. has resided since leaving Rockcas' building of inter county - seat matism, its healing and penetratAmerica. will preach the sermon. Subject, a cooperative xactor in its proles-- 1 ing power is extraordinary. Price tie come twenty eight years ago. roads Everyone interested in The writer (J. M.) was the "Fighting the AUis." Everybody sional or commercial Mr. rnompson was M' years old 25c. aoc and Sl.oo per bottle. activities. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mullins, good roads and road building is cordially invited. Come and wor- Certainly it is poor economy to and came to Lincoln from Rock- - Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, who have been living iu Cincin- inv'ted to this meeting, and a pleased guest of the Stanford Comship with us. permit an individual who might castle some twenty years ago. An Ky. nati for a few years, have returned good delegation should be there mercial Club Wednesday night MEN'S MEETING. do expert work as a student to be- indomitable worker and a man of and are living in the property re from Rockcastle to look after our and Thursday morning. An auto WALKING CHARLEY trip that night with a number of The Men's Public Discussion come an inefficient servant in so- good judgment, he made good from cently vacated by W. B. Spivey. interests. This fine bay stallion, 15 hands the members was made to Dan- Meeting will assemble next Sun- ciety during an interAal immatur- the start, and besides rearing a Mrs. A. C. Sowder. who has and 3 inches high, will make the R L. Collier, the Crab Orchard ville on Boone Way matters, where day, 2.30 p.m., at the Presbyter- ity, and later, when he might be large family, he acquired a con- peasou of 1915 at my stable in Mt. been suffering Irom cancer lor siderable estate. He is survived Vernon, at $7 had same re- telephone pole man, came over another live bunch was on hands ian church. The snbject will be performing expert service in socie50 to insure a colt several years but last week in his Studebaker and to look after the comfort of yours The negro in America." The ty, to keep him engaged in the by his widow, who was a daugh three months old. Walking Char-moved several months ago, conter ot the late H. H. Baker, of ley is a fine breeder and shows began loading up the youngsters truly and talk over matters near- following speakers will deal with work of preparation. tinues in a very 'critical condition. for a ride. When the trip was est his heart. Thur.sday morning the probrem: Judge S. D. Lewis, No one will deny that he can Rockcastle, and the followin""iSorae hne celts. Anatural walk Mrs. May me Oldham is in New over a strict count si owed twenty the visitor was taken out, bv auto Mr. E. S. Albright, and Dr. A. G. ing horse. James Winstead. perform but a relatively low grade children: James H. Thompson, York city with her brothers, Will eight hoys, between the ages of 8 to visit some of the interesting Lovell. President of-t-he John Frank organ- service in society during the vears of this county, and R. L. Jones and is now hold and I2 years loaded on the car. historical points as Halls Gap, Ft. ization, Mr. John Brown, will oc- just following highschool gradua- Thompson, of Garrard. Logan FOR FLETCHER'S ing a good position in one of the They were packed in like sardines Logan and Brights Old Inn etc., in cupy the chair. Everybody in- tion. Nor has it yet been demon Thompson, of Lincoln, Mrs. Hay-de- n departments of the City govern- and were hanging on at every about the city on the St. Asaph. vited. Leavell, of Garrard, Mrs. strated that he is proportionately ment. Seph Morgan, of Garrard, Phil B. available spot. An automobile We found both the Stanford and more efficient as a student during Fish's $5 special boys blue Mrs. R. B. Mullins and son ride was a great treat for all the Danville folks to be mighty good, Thompson, of Lincoln, Prewitt later years. "HereisfheAnswerfin 1 were in Livingston boys, who have not as yet seen clever people and wide awake on serge suits are better than most Benjiman, The logical conclusion is that Thompson, of Garrard, and Chas. R W. enough of the tonguelefes wagons suits at the price. How do you yesterday. Dr. and Mr c I the good roads topic. during the earlier years the indi Thompson of Mt. Vernon. Fonr know? of London, met them ther to say nothing of riding in them, Dyche vidual can make a success as a children preceded the father to the NEW INTERNATIONAL and they spent the afternoon fish-Jn- g to become familiar. But as much M. G. Sutton Buys To run a EORD you are en- student, and that he cannot dur- grave. Two brothers, A. J. 1 The Mbuuam Webstex in Rockcastle River. as the boys enjoyed the ride, we Every day talk Hotel in Victor, Iowa dangered neither physicially or fi- ing this period be much of a suc- Thompson, of Boyle and P. . s home, on tbein your car, inand reading, at Uie office, ahop street s Miss Mary Burner, graduate of doubt if anyone got more real encess in any vocation which requires Thompson, of Rockcastle also g and school you likely question the mean-- s nancially. f in? of some new word. A friend uWs: the Home Economics Department joyment out of it, than did big The many friends who knew g "What makes mortar harden?" You seek higher education as a preparation. survive. Mr. g thelocationofZ,ocAirafrinortheprnun-- 3 Notice: For plain sewing, If the vocation which the student Euaemic poison was the direct of State University of Kentucky, hearted Bob Collier. otjuiutiu. Whmt ia trkitm coal? Sutton, while living at Quail, Ky. neatly and quickly done, see This New s cialion inCreation answers all kind of g s duiing the will bain this questions Lan?uage,HUtory,Biocraphr, to enter demands a higher cause of Mr. Thompson's death, expects Whv wait until Thursday to and other places in neighboring p Fiction, Foreign Words, Trades, ArtJ and s Mrs. Luther Mullins, month of June to assist Miss Car- hand in notices for the paper counties of Kentucky, will be education, then his course ought but he had been in feeble health s sciences, icitliluialautnwiiu. glad Mt. Vernon. Ky. Demonstration work. which son in Home to be continuous to that end and for some years. He was a mem- H 40O.00O Words. could have been sent or to hear of him prospering in his 2 eOOC Illustration. Cost $400,000. fudge L. W. Bethurum, Circuit handed in on Monday just as well. Western homes. For Sale: Five shares of should be so planned that he may ber of the Baptist church, and 370 Patrac. Clerk T. J. Niceley and G S. We are not doing the office justice Some two or three weeks since stock in the Bank of Mt. Vernon. contemplate it at the earliest age eave of the time and means to the The only dictionarywith over to Somerset or treating our lorce right, in ask- we sent him a copy of the Signal to 1 StetodSStoSf Griffin went possible. Any other mode of pro- furtherance of the church and S. H. Martin , Genius." Monday to hear Joiit debate be- ing them to work overtime and and last week David Craisr. his cedure is unnatural and is waste- other good causes. a India Paper Edition: tween Tudge B.J. Bethurum and double quick time to get in gratu- nephew, and one of the Signal Rattlesnake Oil Liniment ful both for the individual and to ffdiTperVwISS a"a? Several years ago the deceased Judge Kennedy, the opposing itous notices, which are snt in at force, received a letter andacheck The old Indian remedy for Rheuma- society. (News-lette- r from Cen- told his nephew. Dr. E. T. Brown, ! wgftSIffiTO, Stop limber up, candidates for Circuit Jude. otaifSSSig&Si the very last hour on Thursday. enclosed, for one dollar, stating tism.that Ca complaining, pain. 50c and tre College.; of this 3ity, who was his physic- cure tar rah, and per . niod ..... T P. . IU,, ' g weishtof Regular EdiUon. ha U ...-fr ,. Don't ,u, mu... uv. Dr. M. Pennington is again a For the benefit of all, we want to that "he read the sample copy bottle. Eagle's fail to get a package of Regular Edition: White New Blood Purifier Clary, of Stanford, to make a talk g On strong book paper, wt Vernon. The say that such notices, must t e with much joy." and desired us to HerbB. The great secret .remedy that resident af Mt. For a Torpid Liver . '" ."j. tl , tie,. sincnes. .j.. a nome Deiore nis ounai. tt and if send him the Signal one year. He all the Indian Chief's use now placed many friends heartily welcome the handed in on Wednesday ' I have used Chamberlain's at his wnUxorffpe&EMapteWt . before the Public for the first time in doctor back. For the present he not, will not be published. We also stated that he had recently the history of the United Slates. It will Tablets off and on for the past six had seen the gentleman (JUUUUUl ' unusr&actew;( iSTvntlnntriia II Dr. are more than glad to handle all bought a large hotel in the city ot cure Kidneys, Constipation weak blad- years whenever my liver shows services over the remaius of a g SSw TME-3and family will occupy der. The best spring medicine that has &? home in the Asher addition church, school, club or like notices Victor, and was having a good ever been used. The package will make aigns ot Demg in a aisoraereu con- relative and was so impressed 1 two mows treatment ana sens lor i. dition. They have always acted with the simplicity of it that be n SC until the Doctor gets his home but iu justice to all ooncerned we business. His son, Charles, has Any one that will ,ry these remediee, re- quickly and given me the desired KEnRlAM Heights" must insist that such notices taken charge of his farm at Monti-com- e lief and a cure awaits them, as the many relief, " writes Mrs. F. H. Trubus wanted just such a funeral. His built on "Pennington to the office before Thurs-- j zuma, Iowa, and is to be married people in Mt. Vernon will testify. Ask Springville, N. Y. For sale by wishe9 mara riirriorl rmt. and at vsu, uuv. u 1VV.IU vn.. peak just Mu-sfwhich is the highest t jmHJ your neighbors what it done for them. CJiinratr oftsrnnnn atl ..tr r(L www u ..w .w. day. June wUv, Sold by Chas. L. Davis, Mt. Vernon Ky. all dealers. south of town. Hbimnni ttJHminiii!lluHiHnWiMMMMHBMMr inwTTnW. fcL AT -- One of !he warmest little elecMrs. Al Homes, who was Miss tions ever held here was the Grad- Lilho Thompson, daughter of Mr. ed School election last Saturday, and Mrs. R. E. Thompson of Crab resulting in the election of Gus Orchard, and a grand daughter of Staverson and Tom Xoe to suc- Mrs. W. M. Poynterof Alt. Verceed U. G. Bakei and Rout. Cox, non died at her home in Crab Orwho were candidates to succeed chard Monday of tuberculosis. themselves, as trustees. A letter from Mr. Henry WarK J. McKinney has bought the ren, of Osborn, Kans., written Mt. Vernon Hotel and took charge March 31st. announcing the death something over a week ago. Mr. of Mrs. F. L.Warren, on March here yesterday. many im- 13th. She fell and broke her hip Mr. and Mr. Will Langford McKinney is making have moved to the Parret property provements about the house. Mr and rapidly went down until the and Mis. McKinney are proving end came the last of that month. on West Main street well suited for the She died at the home of her son, Tom and Jack Kirby. of Mystic, them place and are enjoying a liberal W. F. Warren, at Osborn. are home on account of illness ol their mbthei, Mrs. J. D. Kirby. patronage. The County Board of Education As a hill climber, the FOR T will meet May last W. M. Baker for the 17. i9i5, uigbt from a few days' visit to his has no equal, In .sheer speed purpose of receiving bids to build sons, Walter and U. C, at Cin tests at hill climbing, a Ford won school houses in the following disthe Algonquin hill climbing con tricts of Rockcastle County: cinnati. Jonas McKenzie and Miss S. B. test, breaking all records. This District Nos.12, 32, and 78. also an Charley, and Rob, attended the is the classicevent of its kind in addition to the school house in Monday, on business. Mrs. S. T. Proctor has been very sick the past week". Judge and Mrs. Bethurum are in Louisville for a tew days. Judge G. M. Ballard was in Jackson county during the week Mrs. Cora White has returned to Mt. Carmell, 111., far a few weeks. Mrs. Clontz, has been very sick at the home of her son, Johnny Clontz. N. U. Bond, of the Bond-Fole- y Lumber Cy., Bond, Ky., was Round trip to Louisville, $4 10, May 8rh. and May 291 h, limited to three days. Account of Spring Races. Meeting Churchill Downs ard Douglas Park Jockey Club on Ricnuiond street, came near being destroyed by fire TuesJay morning. Tne blaze started in the kitchen. The prompt arrival of the bucket brigade saved the building. Ml We Lead It's Time To Change Your Underwear and we are better prepared to help you make that change than any store in this county, because we sell the easy-fitting comfortable LiM-. riw5e-vrcc- n and other good m&kes at live and let live prices for cash IViYou KettQSha r s V? f S llWilarf f . v"01" - yniQns ! r? aSt J mWmr m mw t, VA , ' - 'M.v. f Li w lL I it ta mm &msk&IOs2d -EJrotch $1 L,p to8pr Boy's Union Suits Too W to $2 Stand By What Buy," Others Follow The Home of Good Clothes ... "". n. :... .- I d,.!. i- er h-.- I I -- Children Cry CASTORIA "". -- -- 1 Children Cry -- CASTORIA WebsterS I I I-- j tf. -- l Las-well- 's 1 i . fc 5 MMHI p tt mimwmifkt,,J- m- V Wfi 'AWWFH?! - PP Suggested Program of Beautificaticn Real Campaign Is Taking Place of Old Time PROMINENT "Clean Up' for Civic Worker; PER-MANEN- D iyHB HOW USE TANLAC Mayors, Children Cry for Fletcher's ANNUAL BATH" FOR TOWNS "OPENING WEEK" FOR TABOOED. EFFORT. T EBKIEE&BKKKy Five Thousand Communities Will Schedule Perfected by Denver Man This Year Join "Clean Up Lnd Has Become Model for HunPaint Up" Movement. dreds of Other Cities. and Circuit Court Judges Obtain County famous Medicine The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is strong and permanent We are in. the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price wc get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 3t, passenger touring carat 3895, is the complete answer to your requirements. - Price, $895 s tudy these facts The Allen 34 has an A'len 37 horsepower en-- this year narticinntP ir "opening weeks" in the National Clear Up and Paint Up" campaign, accord ing to Allen W. Clark, chairman of tin National "Clean Up and Paint Up A i ORE than 5.000 cities and tnwni , ,.u.. - Will HOW much better would Ourtown how much would living conditions be Improved, if every one would rally abound a live committee and put over a gram? Here is a sug gested Drocram wnich nas been followed for two yean in Denver. definite "Clean Up and Paint Up" pro- lluating axle, mohair top and Jeather upholstery, Vamertiruismission and gear, d expand rive, ing brakes, 110 -- inch whcelbass, demountable rirr.s, aluminum crank cs.-- e and aluminum case, full equip-rr.eof electric tights a id electric starter. T'ie wcislit of the car is : ) l!s.. which, with the I) A.erof the motor, insures .ccuoray of operation. Wc build fiye other left-han12-.ntrans-inisMnt gine, Weston Mott on these committees, Clark declares, arr thus breaking away from the old established "clean up" or "annua bath" idea and are striving to make their improvement programs continu ous performances. Files in the bureau's offices, which indicate that the organization has ir. reality become a national clearinghouse for the dissemination of coin niunity betterment ideas, show that last year more than 2,000 cities and towns made an effort to "clean up anc paint up." "This year," commenced Chairman Clark, "it looks as thougl we would cooperate with more thai) in each of which some live civic leader Is trying to im prove living conditions. Though is majority of these campaigns will star with an 'opening week,' a definiti program of activity, we know that tht bureau's success has been chiefly due to the fact that we try to get awa from the 'annual cleat up' idea that has become odious t many civic leaders and an annual jok-imany cities. The plans of th( bureau call for continuous campaign; that bring permanent results and heli form worth while civic habits." .old-fashion- Campaign Bureau, St. Louis. Many ol mcHiels, three roadsters Gr d civo touring cars, 5.000 communities, Minehart of Denver, member of committee, National "Clean Up and Paint Up" Campaign Bureau, St. Louis, and has been followed In Jundreds of cities: Sunday Civic Uplift Sermons in the churches. Vionday FIRE PREVENTION DAY. Clean your basements and attici of rubbish, greasy rags and waste paper, wherever possible. Tuesday FRONT YARD DAY. Cut lawns, plant flower beds, cleat, walks and gutters. Salt cracks in Wednesday DANDELION DAY. This day can be very profitable used in ridding your lawn of dande lions, trimming bushes and gardens There is no more important worl which the campaign could accom-plisthan to rid this city of the dandelion and weed pest. Thursday PAINT DAY. Paint up inside and out, porches fences, woodwork and porch chairs Business houses clean windows and replace old awnings. Friday BACK YARD DAY. Clean alleys, repair fences and sheds, screen garbage cans. Put fly traps on garbage cans. Put on screen doors. Saturday VACANT LOT DAY. Boy Scouts and school children clean vacant lots, removing tin cans paper and brush. Plow and plant garden plots wherever possible. It was devised by L. T. t US to S1395. rrnging in price from K sidewalks; exterminate ants. Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky Kenton Motors Co. Dealers: In style, finish, poiver, eeovorty of nperaiim, equipment, serviceablt qualities and price, Alitn cars :a: the lead Write or wire for agency proposition xt Lexinjrton, May 7 19I5 I have sold Tanlac, since the beginning of its introduction in Lex iugton, to the mayor-- , of a number of cities, county judges, cin-ui- t judges, and to many of the most prominent business aud professional men iu Kentueky,"says Wrr. E. Stagg. the Lexington drtujgiM ''The demand for the prepira tion has been phenomenal. In ai of my twenty years' experience in the drug business I have iiter seen anything that equal it. "In addition to the Lexington demand, Tanlac has been shipped from my store to Kansas Cit Mo.; Colorado Springs, Col.; Denver, Col.: Memphis, Tenn.; Meridian, Miss.; Bonilla, S. D ; Pittsburg, Pa.; Jacksonville, Fla ; Louisville, Ky.; Tiffin. Ohic; Cincinnati, Ohio; Columbia, Tenn.; Palm Beach. Fla.; Phoenix, Ari zona; Los Angeles. Cal , and m m other point, thruout the country that are too numerous to mention. You may rest assured that every city in Kentucky has, too, head of Tanlac. "I can only account for the reat demand for this preparation oy the fact that it is a good inecli cine. That is proven by the umerous statements from those who have tested the medicine m The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has been 111 use lor over aw years, lias bornotlie signature of ana lias been made under his per-tyJ?, sonal supervision since its infancy. 'C6CCSUX Allow no one to deceive vou in th la- All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle wiih and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good y1 Castoria is harmless Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and UiarrhfKa. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTOR I A hat is substitute for a GENUINE yj Bears the Signature ) CASTORIA of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY ICW YORK CITY, 33a$3c$ & 3fic8eac&e$. .w.. . JKMrtfYSL,L.b. The Work to Be Done. . ,... W UVVfc. UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky b ft .7.' - ; ; LINK Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Te!e-phone COM PLETE orders Promptly Filled " front yards, hack yards, cellars tables, atticks; the removal of ashes nd rubbish; cleaning up vacant lot; f rubbish and weeds; eliminating reeding places of flies and mosqui oes; planting and care of trees edges and flowers; and the liberai ase of paint on everything that .Ueys, The work of the bureau this year U more comprehensive than ever before Everything that will beautify, pre erve, Improve sanitation, reduce fii .lsks, and better health conditions has een carefully provided for. Anion;. he things which local "Clean Up am aint Up" campaigners are doing thh ear are: Cleaning the streets an( TRY THIS ON YOUR OWN. "Little pots of flowers, Little pots of paint, Make attractive neighborhoods Out of them that ain't" needs it. jSS3i-!SS- Z? &3&3&ry. m - : 4Trvz&r S&.J: :" 7 C k xPtyBL. 4VHI THE GREAT FAMILY GROUP which consists of these three well-know- magazines all one full year. Value of magazines alone, S51.QO. Also any one McCall Pattern FREE n MaU3-MATv'3lN- A' People's Popular Monthly (rWbltd 28 nartvila HontU7-- 25c 7 J7 J .&& JSiV I (Painskd MonlUj 25c a Year) a Year) i HOME LIFE blr paces of thrillinc stories and timely articles for e very-da- y C SSCK?.! McCALL'S MAGAZINE chance. Woman's via! a I Boys and Girls, and Country Life. A Whole Year's Reading for the Wardrobe, Whole Family FREE i - economy. A1m Ixatitilul Kiniroiln ami IlPliglitftil Stones, that make MiVAI.l.'S m more than one million, tv.o IiuihIkhI thuiiviiid li..iiie. 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I3c)bv 1 eiving Number ana Thit unusual Act Promptly offer open to old and new subscribers & Write or Call at This Office It's Too Good to Miss money-savin- s Thi preparation isi'iter-det pecially lor rheumatism, lame bark prains and like ailments. It i e favorite with peop e who are vU National Municipal Review." Mrs acquainted with its splendid qua! o imt Philip North Moore, St. Louis, ities. Mrs Chas. Tanner, Waba.-- h A WORD FROM THE lent National Federation of "Women' Ind , says of it, "I have found WOMEN. Jlubs. William Wobdhead, San Fran Chamberlain's Liniment the best isco, president of thu Associatet Say! ain't It funny what a lot of thing-mehing for lame back and sprains 1 Advertising Clubs of the World. P. S. overlook. iave ever used. It wo-- ks like a Ridsdale, Washington, D. C, executive They seem to feel we women never di charm relieves pain and soro secretary American Forestry Associaa thing but cook. tion. Richard B. Watrous, Washing- They really think they run the hous( less. It has been used by other- ton, D. C, secretary American Civic f my family as well as mself and everything that's in it. Association. But gee! they couldn't get along with Mrs. Geo. Zimmerman, pwavl.s .f twenty vears " 25 aid I Fremont, O., chairman of the civics out us for a minute. For sale by Ai 7 50 cent kittles department, General Federation of We women are the ones who keep the lealers. -ex-pre- si It Is this constructive, permanent lature of the improvements effected hat has won the endorsement o iational leaders in every branch o :ivic uplift work. Among those sen ng this year on the National Bureau' dvisory committee are: Mrs. Clarence Baxter, Klrkovlllc lo., chairman of the Women's Con i.ltee of the National Bureau, i iso vice chairman of the civic apartment of the General Feu ration of Women's Clubs, and chair tan of the civic and health depart nent of the Missouri Federation o4 Vomen's Clubs. Dr. S. J. Crumbine '."opeka, Kan., president of the Assu iation of State and Province Healtl )fficers of North America. H. S. But enheim, New York, editor of "Th. mencan City." Clinton It. Wood uft, Philadelphia, secretary Natlona Municipal League and editor of the jSPIs ;aint Up" - rwllli Ph' affections, or stomach, liver and kidney complaints, and are now convinced of ies excellent merits. The public has not bten slow to appreciate the Tanlac merit. "Practically $15, 000 worth (.f Tanlan has been sold and distrib uted thru my store within thepast seventy days. Such a demands most certainly unprecedented. "I take pleasure in commend ing Mr. Cooper aud his very exce' (Jjnt preparation." Tanlac, the preparation referre to, is iio.v sold in Mt. Vernon onl y Chas. C. Divsand can also btained m Livingston at the U-- n ral Drug (Jo's. Store or at Jom. iob.ns'arugstore, Brodhead, K 1 cisesof catarrhal i&JXKSKX When you want 1 General Merchandise Farm Implements ! m go to J0NA5 McKENZfE I TH.S ( LB P-ELIA- SLE )( mmm&jM7MwmGmmMWKm i Chamberlain 's Liximkxt i r 11 J. i. Z. Davis ML Vernon, Ky. bg rugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics tits year than any before. motto is " improve on everything every minute." Anybody will show you where we are. Yours respectfully, ! Women's Clubs. Paint and Self-Respe- ct. .I,. . , uH :- - PiK Ml&l I I jr w&z PVfctiB Our line of Jouch Caskets ttj j is unexcelKl Il:ind-mad- e ' Joilins furuishedUft Hoarse ,eiil no all )ai'ts offfi W i All tiie County. orders by Wire Promptly Filled Wo 1 Phone 94-- S JIT. VKRXOX, KY. The one most important factor In spreading the gospel of cleanliness, the stains for chairs, thrift and civic pride, which the ind we buy the proper colors tc Bureau is trying to do, is the work brighten up the stairs. of newspaper editors throughout the country, asserts Chairman Clark. For We women are the ones who say what instance, here is what Paul Brown, paint goes on. the halls editor of The St Louis Republic, has Which shades for parlor and for den to say of the movement: for baseboards and for walls. "Thousands of American cities and We women stain and wax the floors, towns have taken up the National or else we make the man. 'Clean Up and Paint Up' campaign We women are the ones who keep the that originated in St. Louis three seawhole town spic and spaR. sons ago. It has been indorsed by thousands of civic, commercial and White Man With Black Liver women's organizations all over the nation. The cities that have made The Liver is a blood purifier. themselves a part of the movement It .was thought at one time it vas are cleaner and better cities because the seat of the The of it. The Republic aided in launch- trouble with most peiple is that ing the initial campaign and is glad to know that the Federation of their Liver becomes blaek because blood due to Women's Clubs is planning a general of impuri ies in the causing Bil St. Louis campaign for this spring. bad physical states, Headache Dizziness This will aid in making 'St. Louis the liousness, Healthiest City,' for paint' is the great "d Constiration Dr. Kine's preservative and a powerful aid in New Life Pills will clean up the sanitation. Add to beauty and economy Liver, and give new life. 25c. at m.-sion- s woodwork shining bright Who buy enamel for the bath to mak it glistening white. We women varnish tables and we buj Another Winner For Sparks Quarry Bali Team Sparks Quarry defeated Liv- ingston Base Ball team 21 :o 4 last Sunday on Pine Hill's grounds The feature of the game was the pitching of Drew and Parker, who did excellent work in the box but Parker had poor backing which lost the game for him. Drew- fanned out 12 men and Parker G. BOx SCORES CHAS. C. DAVIS QhonelNo. 39 Sparks Quarry G. Mullins C. ab 2bh 3bii e r B C 1 Owens Drew Fields--R- Frederic 2B P L. Mullins Thomasonf - Lf Cf 2B BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice m all the Courts. lit -- , Man Takes His Own Medicine Is An Optimist 'ISSSWiSB! He has absolute JaiMi in hi.s mon medicine he knows when he takes it for certain ailments he $ets re lief. People who take Dr. King's 2Jew Discovery for an irritating C!old are optirnistics thev know this cough remedy will nenetiMtp of and the lungs of the throat, kill the DEALER iu Marbles ana germs, and open the way for Na- Granite Monuments of ail ture to act. You can't destroy a kinds. Estimates furnished Cold by superficial treatment you inust go to the cause of the on application. trouble. Bean optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery GEO. OWENS Propr.. anufacturerco $0-day- . Pone 112 Woods 1 B 3 0 0 20 Sallow complexion ts due to a E Cottongim-S- S 4 0 0 10 torpid liver. HERBINE purifies M. Cottongim-3- B 4 0 0 30 and strengthens the liver and The Sunday before Sparks bowels and restores the rosy Quarry defeated Pine Bill by the bloom of health to the cheek. Price 50c. Sold by John Robins, score of 12 to 8. This is a total of 7 games the Quarry boys have Brodhead, Ky. played and only losing one this season. The Snarks Ouarrv toam T .C and East Bernstadt team will cross r Barbed wire cuts, ragged bats on the Pine Hill grounds, wounds, collar and harness galls on next Sunday, 9th. heal up quickly when Ballard's MT. VERNON, KY, Snow Liniment is applied. It is both healing and anticeptic. Price Fron tRooms over Baker's Store 25c, 50c and $x. per bottle. Sold Phone 49 S. S.U3H0131J HOJ by John Robins, Rrodhead, Ky. is painted is the better for it A neighborhood that has cleaned up and painted up is a better one In which to live. Paint makes for and justifiable pride." In the office of the National "Clean Up and Paint Up" Campaign Bureau hangs a room-siz- e wall map, with every state dotted by red stars denoting cities conducting campaigns last year. And so it is true that civic leaders in thousands of towns are working to "get their town on the map" this year. . self-respect value, and the arguments apply with added force to the big cities. Naturally the paint dealer profits by such campaigns. None but the pessimist will object to this. He gives value received and more. The house that the fact that paint has a sanitary your Druggist. O. Chestnut Durham SS CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Livingston ab 2bh 3bh e 2B r 1 Troutman Maboffey-- Cf 8 0 1 Bears Signature a-f- Singleton- - Rf, Parker P 8 3 0 0 0 0 0 22 3 0 00 01 00 00 f5S Arnold Bree Lf 8 3 3 0 0 0 C 0 Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of C'Ifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. .She says further: "Before I began to use and head wou'd hurt so bad, I ardUtJ: i?y ba-cnought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardm, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 3o pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 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