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Mount Vernon signal: May 14, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915051401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 14, 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. A - - Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. . Mumu MT. VERNON, Established 1887 MAY 14, 1915 1 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY BRODHEAD week. NUMBER 31 M M t The population of Brod- Patent SELBY $3,00 Same stjle in other makes $2.00 THERE IS An Un unstable Air of Patent SELBY $3.50 Elegance and Refinement In Every Model of Sclby Oxfords and Pumps For- - Women The illustrations portray a few of the many ; new styles which you may expect to find in our complete stock of Selby shoes. They are designed to meet the requirements of women who are particular about their footwear. Every model expresses the newest and most popular creation in the highest grade of shoe-maki- ng GIVE THOUGHT TO THIS .' Whatever leather, whatever last "yoTPslionld have awaits yon here. You'll be enthusiastic too when you see thee shoes, rich in style, rich Selby character and superlative in value. Vou owe it to your purse and your appearance to v J"k'"" Atty. J. W. Brown, and Mr. S. H. Martin, executors of the will of R. S. Martin, deceased, attended the Martin sale here last Satur day. Only personal property was sold, and the family were the chiel buyers. The Tobacco Factory was bought by J. Douglas Martin, who had been associated with his father for a number of years, and will continue the business. He went to Danville Saturday, tilled bond and the business has been turned over to hin.' The farm ma chinery, such as plows, harrows, hay rake, mowing machine, binder whe it drill, wagons etc. were bought by Virgil and Urwiu Martin with lew exceptions. Mrs. Martin bought such live stock as was offered for sale, thirty bstrels corn and the household effects. Born to the wife John R ss Saturday a girl. Master, Karl Davis and Bill McFerron of Mt. Vernon, were guests of Mrs Walter Rob? ins here Saturday. A son was born to the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Moore Monday. Mrs. Cora Wesley Bell and children, of Liberty, Ky.,are the guests of the Misses Cable and Mrs. J B. Pike this week Frank Ward was here from Junction City Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl on Thursday of last week. The Rev. Haines filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sundav morning and evening. A son and daughter were born to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brock Tuesday of fast week, and a daughter to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snafer last Sunday-Mr- . and Mrs Brack Durham, of Sparks Quarry, were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B Albright, during the week. Miss Gertrude Cundlff, of Liberty, ia the guest of the Misses Cable this head is rapidly increasing, Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. Riddle are the proud parents of a fine baby boy, who arrived Tuesday morning. Misses Bernice Landrum and Clyde Watson, and Fred L. Durham, of Mt. Vernon, attended the closing Gaaded exercises of Brodhead High School Tuesday evening. Roy Sowder, after spending a few days with home folks, attending the commencement exercises, returned to Danville, where he has a good position. -'- The Graded High Sc'aool at this place closed last Friday. The commencement exercises, however, did not begin until Saturday evening, when a first class program was presented by the pupils of the eighth grade. A play, entitled Masonic Ring or Adventures of a College Bride, was rendered and enjoyed very much by the large audience, the drills, songs, recitations and piano solos were all fine. On Monday vening a three hours program was rendered by the little folks, including the first, second, third and fourth grades, and every number was s,o successfully presented that it w&9 a; hard matter to deoide which was best, the drills by the little tots, as well as those by the third to fifth grade pupils, were seemingly perfect. play, A Cinderella, was presented by the little tots to the great enjoyment of every one present. "Rough Diamond" was presented by the sixth, seventh and eighth grade pupils, which was one of the very best numbers on the program, The Prinoipal and teachers are to be congratulated for their untiring efforts and the success attained during the entire school, andes. pecially fqr the perfect manner in which the pupils acquitted themselves during the closing exercises showing conclusively that those who applied themselves as they should, has been gratiously re 1 On Tuesday evening the vacation at hard labor. Edd address was do- - ceived his certificate of promotion livered bv Prof. Rosco and we Giltnore Tuesday night at school, Scott, of the Eastern Kentucky predict that he will scon get a State Normal, of Richmond, Ky , promotion at the hands of the L and it would have been a difficult & N. We hope to see other young matter to have found abetter man men follow his example Brodfor the occasion. His lecture was head seems to have a crack base along practical lines, fi.ll of life ball team now. They defeated and enthusiasm, that kind of en- Sparks Quarry team here last Frithusiasm that makes every fellow day by a score of r i to 4. The want to live life over. The Class visitors refused to cross bats with were Everette G Watson, Pres., the local team unless they agreed Edward W. Brooks, Sec'y., Jas. to not allow Cecil Hayes to enter B, Frith, Wallace T. Haggard, Miss the pitchers box. That obstacle Anna L. Cass, Miss Recti J. Brooks being removed, Orrin Wallin enMiss Ada M. Ward and Sue F. tered the box and proved to be enCable. Miss Anna L. Cass de- tirely too much for the visitors. livered an oration, subject, "A On Tuesday afternoon a team comPersonaljEquation. followed by posed of two men of the East Wallace J. Haggard, subject, "Air Berntadt team, two from LivingsCastles", both being excellent, and ton and rive from Sparks Quarry showed great care and study in met the locl boys hero, and a preparation. Prof. J . L. Pilken-to- n double header was pulled off, inthen presented certificates of sulting in a score of i4 to 2, and 0 promotion to a large clas, mak- to 1 in favor of Brodhead. Haves ing a fine to the class. pitching the first game, Wallun Showing them that the certificates the second. Frank Brooks, the were not evidences of a complete clever grocery man from Crab Oreducation, but should bo an incen- chard, was in town during the tive to 'boso receiving them to week. Cashier and Mrs. A. M. never be content until they roach Hiatt were with his father and the topmost round of the educa family at Quiil Sunday afternoon. tioual ladder, and urging the puMiss Tempest Ward was here pils of all grades to make it a point from Livingston on account of the to attend school here or elsewhere commencement exercises. next year, and asking the ation of the parents, and assuring them that with their full co operation that Brodhead would have a Chamberlain's Liniment school second to nono. The atThis preparation is intended estendance during the entire exer- pecially tor rheumatism, lame back cises were very large, being esti sprains and like ailments. It is a mated at from 400 to 500. Edd favorite with people who are well splendid qual acquainted with Brooks left Wednesday morning ities. Mrs. rhas.its Tanner. Wabasl lor L,eoanon juncuon, where he Ind , says of it, "I have found has a position with the L. & N. Chamberlain's Liniment the best under his cousin, Henry Brooks. thing for lame back and sprains 1 works like a That looks good to us, see a young have ever used. Itpain and sorecharm and relieves man in the commencement exer- ness. It has been used by others cises at 10:0 o'clock on Tuesday of my iamily as well as myself for night, after attending school for upwards of twenty year.s.'' 25 and nine months, then leave at 4 50 cent bottles. For sale by all o'clock next morning to spend his dealers. warded. co-oper- -' r i 75 :h: let your next pair be SELBY. . ?q BAKER ALL NEXT WEEK 3Hm J Patent SELBY $3,502 SU TTO N Same style in other makes Patent SELBY $3.00 EXTRA SPECIAL OUR VALUES Mc & BEE business is built on the founda. give him better service tion of values save the customer money go on and upward slowly but surely, LEYEL (JKEEN. Rev. W. V. Anderson of Pulaski cunty, preached a very interest ing n at Friendship last Sat urday uight. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brown and little son, Jasper Mur-rel- l of Somerset, spent Saturday right and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Niceley. J L. Thompson spent Saturday night with his daughter Mrs C. T. Ridd'e at Mrs. Hattie McQuary Brodhead Lela Mae, and daughter, Miss wvre up from Plato Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. J. N. Brown. J. T. Lawrence is in Illinois for a lew weeks stay. D. M. Ci ess was thru first of the week buying wool. Mrs. MarthaSteerns and little daughter, Elizabeth, spent Saturday and Sunday with her sistei, Mrs. Arch Poynter at Elrod. Wm. Vanhook and Edd Isaacs of Ocala. visited Vic Price Saturdav night and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Debord spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones. Mr. Loenthal, traveling salesman for Daniel Briscoe & Co, was here Tuesday. Mrs. Sallie A. Long is spending the week with her brother, W. F. Debord. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McWil-liam- s and children, of Bandy, spent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Brown. Mr, Bee Whitis and Miss Dahlia Bailey, of Shopville, weie pleasant visitors here Sunday. T P. Mullins. who has been in declining health for some time continues very feeblo. Mrs. se.-mo- J. N Brown, accompanied by her HOPEWELL grandson F. E Gentry, lelt MonMr. John Payne of Chestnut day for an extended visit to relain the west. She will first Ridge, spent several days with tives visit her daughters, Mesdames his brother, Fred Payne, at this . place last week. -- Shirley, the O. A. and J. N. French at son of Rev. (Jar mica! is Colo. The picnic that was given at the Chappel Saturday af- seriosly ill. Mazie and Fay of this place spent Saturday ternoon was enjoyed very much. Miss Rosa Gentry of Quail, is and Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. with her aunt, Mrs. J. L. Niceley Fannie Rowe at Chestnut Ridge. The three weeks old infant of this week Mrs. Ceha Murphy died May 4th. Mrs. Wm. Barnes and a small Some Forms of Rheumatism child of John Aden McClure are Curable Rheumatism is a disease charac- numbered with the sick Rev. terized by pains in the joints and Oarmical was called to Sinking in the muscles. The most com- Valley Friday to preach the funeral mon forms are: Acutejand Chron- of Mrs. B. Price. Franklin Alii ic Rheumatism, Rheumatic Head son happened to a serious accident aches, Sciatica Rheumatism and Lumbago. All of these tvpes can a few days ago. He fell from a be helped absolutely by applying porch and broke his hip. Rev. some good liniment that pene- Clifford failed to fill his appointtrates. An apolication of Sloan's ment at Hopewell Saturday and Liniment two or three times a day Sunday, to the affected part will give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment is Jules-burgeight-year-ol- No swell-heade- d out-growi- ng clerks in my store. d Mc-Clu- re his derby hat, I put another clerk under the derby. I dont attempt to tell people what they must buy 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 Life is not very long, a pleasant and agreeable one. at best, and I'd that occurs here, close my store tomorrow if I could't make every sale, good for pain, and especially Rheumatic Pr in, because it penetrates to the seat of the J rouble, 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. White Man With Black Liver The Liver is a blood purifier. It was thought at one time it was the seal of the passions. The trouble with most people is that their Liver becomes blaek because of impurities in the blood due to bad physical states, causing Headache, Dizziness and Constipation., Dr. King's New Life Pills will clean up the Liver, and give new life. 25c. at your Druggist. that you can't run a successful business on " Wind and hot air 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 CASTOR I A For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of C&ytf &&'. CASTORIA Children. "Cry FOR FLETCHER'S U.G.BAKER MT. VERNON, PRICE MAKER KY 5w w h& -- - v SK"8"' ML VERNON SIGNAL May 14. 19 15 NOTICE OF SALE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN Friday, Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UISCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OC DISTRICT OP KENTUCKY SITTING AT RICHMOND Advertising rates maae known on application Potter Title & Complainant. of Brush Creek contianing 30 3 Mfggits Livesay, Arthur Thomp VS acres. Tract No. 51, knowu as In Equity. son. George Weiderholt. Burdei MEMBER OF The Allnite Coal & Rosa Hollingsworth trict, on watOwens, Isabella Cummins. Ma KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Lumber Co &c. Respondents1 ers of Brush Creek, and contain belle Cummins, Mar? llysinger ing 33 6 acres. Tract No. 52 Rosa Gentry, Annette Cox, Notice is hereby given that, the IjBfcJI' T'g 'ini known as Parker Scott tract, ot undesigned, Joe P. Chenault. Maude Adams, Mary waters of Crooked Creek, contain Mullins, Roy ECONOMY that's one thi A you are Special Master of the United Cummins Hazel """ looking for in ,cse davs ing 25 acres. Tract No 53, known States District Court for the East Parrett. Pae McClure, Eva Cum t of In Ihing coat Calumet insures a ivonder- as Stephen Anglin tract, on wat t'Y ern District of Kentucky, in the fin saving 111 your nakinjr. But it does more. mins, Flora Brown, Kverette Brv 1 1 risures wholelome food.tast y ers of Crooked Creek, containing raked food above styled cause, under and mt, Hartford Taylor, Marge 'IV-iois made riht to sell rip:ht to bake right. Ask I76 acres. Tract No. 54, known ANNOUNCEMENTS. pursuant to a decree and order ol Cecil Furguson, Raynnnr cnt ot Uw millions of v. oiacn who use it or ask your grocer. as the James Barnett tract, 01 Thompson, We Are Author .zed to Announce sale therein rendered and entered Alvin Griffin. Nellie nZCET.'CD HIGHEST AWARDS waters of Crooked Creek, contain JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM of record, will, on Tuesday, June World's Pure Food Exposition. Chicago. M. DeBoid, Ldlian Cox, Margurilt as Judge As a candidate for Paris Exposition, France, March. 1912. ing 25 acres. Tract No. 55 Bryant, Carrie Bradley. Clara Mae' of the 28th Judicial District, subject to 8th, 1915, A. D., beginniug at the known as the J. T. Clark tract, Thompson, MSB the action of the Republican party, Au- hour of ten o'clock a. m , at the Cleo Ortou, Stella Tm Tl l gust primary 1915. on waters of Brush Creek, conYoa yoo by tulias powder. Doa't le miiltd. front door of the Court House in Baker, Erecca Hvsinger, Amanda f g It t co-- den't mtc away wfctnTha!t:ome cltipe orbat areialti. Cilonet is far raptner (9 oor Bar Calcaet. s We Are Authorized to Announce sore jit milk and sod taining 40 acres. Tract No. 56 the city of Mt. Vernon, Rockcas-county- , B. C. LEWIS Davis, Li Mm Mullins, Roscoe Hal known as the J. C. Broughton As a candidate for State Senator for the Kentucky, offer for sale lard, Nellie Cox, Fannie McFer 17th Senatorial District, subject to the tract, on waters of Brush Creek. Wf at public outcry to the highest and ron, Virgil Arnold, Rissie Gentry. Republican party, August primary 1915. containing 408 33 acres Tract Mamie Adams, Kathertne Welch, best bidder, on credits of six We Are Authorized to Announce No. 57, known as Tohn C. Child months and nine months, in equal Jack Fish. Pearl Hamlin. Willi tin OS 'J' fm 'r Dr. W. C. BLACK ers tract, on waters of Roundstone JSSTO.. STas. K B I K S A I 4f 5 an 01 ine nereinaiter Land rum. E'.sie Ramsey, Lovtll Ab a candidate for State Senator for the lnsiiiiiments, ZY -i Vi.. Sv.- YS AR!W Creek, containing 76 acres. Tract 17th Senatorial District, subject to the mentioned and described property Clontz, and Leonard Noak- -. 2'jftsT ricS'" Xjgm(rajj Republican party, August primary 1915 No. 58, known as the J. R. Gatliff ' Bift ?dij y towit: The Star Roll seems to grow tract, on waters of Brush Cnjek, We Are I uthorized to Announce All of the right, title, interest which is as follows: containing 90 acre-;- . Tract No M. L. JARVIS and claim of the defendant, The Ella Mae McKen.ie, Mary Lang-forAs a candidate for as Com- Allnite 59, known as .lack Carper tcf rac' Coal & Lumber Company, Sydnie Crawford, Hdi a monwealth's Attorney of the 2Sth JuThe Iarcest and most costly stcamtr on any inland water of the world. Sleeping aeeomnxMla on waters of Roundstone Creek, dicial "Dictrict, subject to die aetion of in and to certain tiOns for 1000 passengers. boundaries of Davis, Nora Orton, Bertha De"CITY OF ERIE" the Republican parU, August Primarv, land lying in Rockcastle containing I61 5 acres TractNo 3 Magnificent Steamers CITY OF BUFFALO" county Boid, Ina Meadows, Lillian Gr tlin 1915. RETWKKM ROCKCASTLE AND JACKSON CO'i. 60, known as the brannaman tract CLEVELAND-Daily.May- lstto Declst-BUFFA- LO and Tackhon county, Kentucky, at Roscoe Adams. Geneva Cox, WalWe Are Authorized to Announce - bJP.M. Leave Cleveland Leave Buffalo P.M. Tract No. 25, known as the on waters of Brush Creek, con- ter Bradley, Ella Mae Sowdeis -- 6 JO A.M. Arrive BUTlo . . 'AM and near Johnelta Post Office, on Arrive ClevLtnrl W. T. DAVIS 9G acres. central standard lime) Tract No. Gi and Carl Davis. Connections at DnlTalo for Niagara Falls anil all Eastern anj Canadian points. Railroad tickwaters of Brush Creek, John C Anglin tract, on waters of taining As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk the ets rea'liijr Litween CIe ilaail ana Uullalo axe yonr t cUt a ;mt for tickets via C. & B. Line. tood for transportation on our iteamera. Aai . Clear Creek, containing 40.5 acres known as the CelU Clark tract, 1 n of Rockcastle County, tubject to the and containing about ten thous chart, showmc both ettcrior and interior of ""'oiwl i'fI.f. tANiBLr." sent on receipt of five cents to cover postage and mailing. The Great action of the Republican primary Augof Brush Creek, contain blip b No. 2 J, waters In the whole field 01 medicine Alsoak and (10,000) acres of land, under more or less. Tract ust 7. 1915 pictorial ami descriptive fcooMetfree. lor ocr known as the Golden Tract, on ing 52 75 acres. Tract No. 62. there is not :i healing remedy thu g THE CLEVELAND : BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland, and by virtue of a certain deed of We Are Authorized to Announce as waters of Horselick creek, con- knowu as the Jcfel Anglin tract, on will repair damage to the srB5ssEr.-c- c ts: record, dated the 29th day of T. T. NICELEY quickly than Ballard's Snow Creek, containing Liniment. taining 236 2 acres. Tract No. Roundstone As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk April 1911, and executed by John wounds, In cuts, of Rockcastle County, subject to the H. to defendant, The 27, jackson county. Known 237.8 acres Tract No. 63, known sprains, burns, scalds and rheu Jones action of the Republican primary, SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Allnite Coal &. Lumber Company, as the T. D. Moyer tract, on wat as the Nancy Baker tract, on wat matism, its heilinir and pnetrat-- f August 7, 1915. ers of Brush Creek, containing 77 ing power is extraordinary. Price and which deed desctibes the said ers or ouu ion ump ureok, con We Are Authorized to Announce acres. JACKSON COUNTY Tract 25c. 00c and Sl.o per bottle. DR. R G. WEBB ten thousand (10,000) acres of land tainirg 86.64 acres. Sold As a candidate for Representative from ALSO the right of the property No 64, known as John Heneger Ky. b" John Robins, Brolkead, the 70lh Legislative district, composed and same is accorded in deed book of the counties of Laure' and Rock- No. 26, at pages 448 to 514 inclu in the coal, stone and all other See tract, on waters of Horselick (WAY castle, subject to the Republican PriWALNUT GROVE. mineral rights, in, upon or under Creek, containing 95 5 acres. sive, records Rockcastle and Jack mary , Aupust 7, 1915. son couuty Court Clerks' offices. the following several tracts of land Tract No. 65, known as the T. J. ROUND TRIP FROM JUNCTION CITY The weather is very cool and Coyle tract, on waters of Clover j Judge R. G Williams, of Cov- reference being here and now hereinafter described. together rain is badly needed. Parmers( ington, is a candidate to succeed made to the said deed and the with all the timber thereupon Bottom, containing I43 acres. are busv planting corn. Rev. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. which may be necessary in oper- Tract No 66, known as the A. J. himself as Commonwealth At record of same in said Rockcastle Martin tract, on waters oiRedlick Hutchins filled his regular aptorney for the great County of and Jackson county Court Clerks' ating any mines that may be openffsMMHBMMBIsTCS 170 acres. pointment at Poplar Grove, Satur Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars of said ed, or constructing or operating Creek, containing was a fortuuate day offices for a description Kenton It any railroads, tram roads, inclines Tract No. 67, known as the Arch day and Sunday. Sunday School for the citizens there when he de- premises and land, as well as for on the waters of at this place is progressing niceI. G. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent cided many years ago to join the a recital of all of the terras, restric or chutes on said land, tegether McGuire tract, ly. II. N. Denny, who has bpen tion, covenants and obligations with such surface right as may be HorselicK Creel', containing 3J.75 in a ranks of the people in the second 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. serious condition with rheucity of this Commonwealth. But contained in said deed, and the necessary for the construction and acres. matism is slowly improving. PERSONAL PROPERTY his going was a great loss to this said property will be sold subject operation of railroads, tram roads Miss Lottie Denny and Loir. Also all houses, buildings, mine County iu which he was born and to all of said terms, resttictions, or other passways over aid land, Brown were the guests of Mi-and for the erection and conduct- tract, mine and pit cars, tools imreared, for in this community he convenants and obligations. Ruth and Florence Plumer, Sun All those certain tracts or par- ing of coke ovens, manufactories plements, engines and all other stood for all those things that are day. Arthur Hurst called on which personal property belonging to good and ennobling. Although he cels of land and mineral situated and houses of any kind, Cleo Poteet, Sunday. has been away a long time, he in the county of Rockcastle and in may be necessary for the proper the defendant Allnite Coal & Lum- Mis Miss Susie and Lora Denny were could return and be elected to the county of Jackson in the Stute conduct of the business of mining ber Company and located upon the w I f 13 m T & s W MM mm sAfck M jv the guests of Miss Cleo Poteet, on any of said lands, viz; above mentioned any office he might desire, for our ot Kentucky, as follows: boundaries of Sunday.- Lirkin Hicks and iam-illand, and appurtenant and a part people, irrespective of political ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKCASTLE COUNTY and Emett Denny and wife, affiliation, re&pect, admire and (in fee simple) Tract No. 28, known as the of the mining plant and premises visited Elmer Cumins, Sunday. trust him. Clean in public and Tract No. 1, Known as the David Laswell tract, on waters of of the said Allnite Coal & Lumber Elmer Cum mine still makes his private life; devoted to his duties Hiram McGuire tract, on the Brush Creek, containing 578.3 Company in Rockcastle county bu regular trips to Smiths. Little and rendering conscientious ser- waters of Brush Creek, containing acres. Tract No. 29, known as and Jackson county, Kentucky. Green Seal Paints you Lora and Derril Stevens are visit The foregoing mentioned propvice at all times, our people read- 10 acres. the Wallace and P. W. Clark tract z are not asked simply mMk ing their grand pai'ents, Mr. ;wid ily gave to him their hearty sup Tract No. 2, Known as the D on waters of Brush On.ek, con- erty and tracts of land being a Mrs. H N. Denr.y, this week. z'ely on its tweaty-irv- e ps3 port. For his uprightness as a N. Williams tract, on the wateis taining 249.2 acres. TractNo. 30 single complete mining property Miss Fannie Denny visited home WJMsM reputation the 'i'oriniihi gwm citizen and his faithful service as of Brush Creek, containing 436 34 known as Ollie J. Abney tract, on which cannot be divided without folks near Ottawa, Sunday PmM an official, the people of Kenton acres. is printed on everypacJkage. waters of Brush Creek, contain- materially impairing its value, and James Cash spent Saturday all of the other property above County will see to it that he is reyou buying Green Seal feptilf Tract No 3, Known as the Jame ing 472.8 acres. Tract No. 3i, and Sunday with Logan Ping and nominated in the August primary McGuire and Mat Johnson tiacts known as the Elijah Abney tract, mentioned, will be sold as a whole Mmw Set a high grade, durable, lust- taniily. Rev. Hutchins took din and overwhelmingly The foregoing described propre elected on the headwaters of Brush Creek on waters of Brush Creek, containlfr--Jj the formula ner with W. H Cress, Sunday. rous paint-a- nd next November. containing 432.5 acres. There is ing 306 acres. Tract v No. 32, erty was decreed and ordered to be J. S. Cummins and Jim Rogers proves it. Have it excepted from the above tract, known as the Wallace Clark tract, sold for the purpose of satisfying traded horses last week. Mrs. A Lexington party in writing on your next painting jP--- however, the surface rights only, on waters of Brush Creek, con- a judgment against defendant Sarah C. Ping, who has been very to the Louisville Times suggests & Lumber Lampany, and sick, does not seem to be improvin all that part of said tract known taining 398 acres. Tract No. 33, that after Boone Way is located as the James McGuire tract, known as the Mullins tract, on same will be sold absolutely, after ing. Rev. C. K. Carmical filled into Louisville that it be touted on as re 300 acres, which sur- waters of Woolf Creek, cojtaining due appraisement thereof his regular appointment at Mt via Pulasltia, in Western part of face right was con vejed to Sam by law. Tract No. 34. quired I846.73 acres. Pleasant, Saturday and Sunday State and thence up into Missouri Rose by the Big Hill Coal Com- known as William Clark tract, on There is specifically excluded J. B. Cummins and wife spent Satfollowing the frots eps of Boone pany, by deed dated December waters of Crooked Creek, contain- from the tracts of land above men- urday and Rundav with relatives and yet on to the North west coast 18th, 1905. ing 24g acres. Tract No. 35, tioned, over which same runs, the and friends in the Poplar Grove of Washington Stae. Mt VerTract No 4, Known as the A. J. known as the Margaret Ballenger railroad leading from Brush Creek neighborhood. J. W. Brown went non is just now accomulisbing the Crews tract, on waters of Clear tract, on waters of Brush Creek, on the L & N R R up Brush Creek fishing last Saturdav night and routing of Kentucky first through Creek, containing 101 acres. to Johnetta, Kentucky, a distance containing 69 1 acres. caught 1 svelve yjounds of fish, but highway across the state and if Tract No. 5. Known as Taylor Tract No. 36, known as the Mar of about five miles, and a right of the bait cost him 1.20. Brother our Lexington friends and Louis- Abney tract, on Brush Creek, con garet Ballinger tract, on Brush way thirty three feet in width on Thompson is in London thi-wee- k B. ville Times suggestion is carried taining i47 acres. Creek, containing 63 acres. Tract each side of the center line of tending court. The orout, it will be a coast road. Well Tract No. 0. Known as Oliver No. 37, known as the William said railroad, and all appurte- dinance of baptism will be per Vernon, Kentucky. that's going some Putt tract, on waters of Brush Sexton tract, on waters of Brush nances to said railroad, no part of formed near Poplar Grove church XWZ uu ja x ? i3.75 acres. which is included in or passes by on the second Sunday in June. By standing together Mt. Ver-no- t Creek, containing 92 acres Tract Creek, containing a .f No. 7, known as Robert Leger tract Tract No. 38, known as the Wil this sale. people landed three miles of Pi TERMS: All the foregoing H a Dizziness, vertigo (blind stag! concrete side walk, graded school, on the waters of Crooked Creek, liara Sexton tract on waters of mentioned and described property gers) sallow comslexioi). flatulence church buildings, new hotel, containing 247 acres. Tract N0.8, Brush Creek, containing 44.22 will be soli on a credit of six are symptoms of torpid liver. No S many new buildings, electric light known as two D. N. Williams acres. Tract No. 39, known as s months and nine months; with in- one can feel well while the livr is plant, the gi eat Boone Way and tracts, on the dividing ridge be- W. J. Ballinger tract, on waters terest upon the purchase price at inactive HERBINE is a power-live- r stimulant. A dose or two are now after the Dixie Highway tween Brush Cieek and Clear of Brush Creek, containing t52 six per cent per annum from the Creek, and containing, one trrct acres. Tract No. 40, known as date of sale until paid, and the will cause all bilious symptoms to 1 and are going to have it or scare Price 500 disappear Try it its promoters into fits in its efforts 58 acres, and the other tract 6 A. G. Ballinger tract, on waters of purchaser of said property will be Sold bv John Robins, Brodhead, Flooring If you are thinking of Brackets to secure that road thru our little acres. Tract No 9, known as D Brush Creek, containing 88.2 acres required on the day of sale 10 ex- Ky. building or repairing W. Castill tract on head waters of Tra:tNo. 41, known as Elijah ecute to the undersigned Speciil old town. We are doing about. Ceiling will pay you to see Roofing Brush Creek, containing 75 acres Abney tract, on waters of Brush Master, two separate sale bonds THE LAW'S DELAY. with good and approved surety The Editor, with Mr. Maret. is Tract No. 10, known aslDurham & Creek, containing 61.3 acres. thereon fiom the purchase price Siding HoofPaint iiii"""ii-""- ii at Crab Orchard Springs today, Barnett tract, on Waters of Crook- Tract No. 42, known as the Joe of the property sold, each of said attending a meeting of the Boone ed Creek, containing 50 acres, Wilson tract, on waters of Brush sale bonds being for one half of the Cornice Lathes Way Assciation, the purpose of more or less. There is reserved Creek, containing 50 acres. purchase price of said property, inand eace bearing six per cent which is to locale and route that however from this tract the sur- Tract No, 43, known as the Jams terest from date until paid, having Doors Plaster highway from Harrodsburg to face right to one acre lyiug west of Ballinger tract, on waters of Brush the force and effect of a replevin 96 under a Creek, containing acres. bond, upon which execution may LouisviUe. A number of cities are a spring that runs from Sash Cement large sand cliff. Tract No. 11, Tract No. 44, known ay John Rec- issue if not paid at maturity; and clamoring to have the routing inThey carry a line of buildknown as P. W. Clark tract, on tor tract, on waters of Brush Creek, retaining lien upon all of the propclude their places. Columns ing material in stock. waters of Woll Creek, containing containing 4i,3 acres. Tract No. erty sold to secure payment of said bonds. : 1ft. Vernon will send delegates 28 acres. Tract rwo. 12, known as 45, known as William White tract Dated this 7th day of May, A. D., to the Dixie Highway meeting at C. H. York tract, on Brush Creek on waters of Brush Cree', contain- 1915. HIx What's the best way to nevei Chattanooga May 20th. Bet they containing 119 acres, excepting ing 33.1 acres. Tnct Ni. 46, JOE P. CHENAULT, Mttle a question? and reserving from the foregoin known as Pennington and Rector land the road Special Master Six Go to law about it Co. I Jess-DeBord, Trust tract the surface liht only of the entire tract which was heretofore sold d conveyed to Sam Rose by The Big Hill Coal Compam . Tract No. 13. known as J B. Owens tract, near Brush Creek Station, containing 3 acres. Tract No. I4, known as the G. T. Johnson tract, on the waters of Round-ston- e Creek, and containing 1 acre Tract No. 15, known as the Houston Childress tract, on waters of Roundstone Creek, containing 63 acres. Tract No. 16, known as J. T. Reynolds tract, on waters of Brush Creek, containing 65 acres more or less TractNo 17, known as William Sloan trrct, on waters of Wolf Creek, containing 232.5 acres. TractNo 18, known as ihe E B. Smith tract, on the waters of Roundstone Creek, contain ing82i acres. Tract No i9. known as the J. C Broughton U act, on waters of Brush Creek, containing 2r acres, more or less Tract No. 20, knowu as the A, B. Abney tracts, on waters ol Brush Creek, containing 170 rcres Tiact No. 21, known as the Ol'ie Abney tract, on the waters ol Brush Creek, containing 472 acres more or less. Tract No. 22, known as the G. C. Clark tract on waters of Brush Creek, containing i21 acres. .Tract No. 23, known P. W. Clark tract, on waters of Wolf Creek, containing 37.5 acres Tract No. 24, known as the Elijah Abney tract, on waters of Brush Creek, containing 82.5 acres. a-- on waters of Brush Creek, School containing 102,4 acres. Tract No 47, known as James Anglin tract, on waters ol Brush Creek, containThe school is out May the 2sth. ing 261 acres. Tract No. 48 The honor roll for the eighth known as F. M Sexton tract, on month is as follows: waters of Brush Creek, containing Homer Proctor, Will Thompson known Ruth Mullins, 42 acres. Tract No. 49, Bertha Litton, as the James Brewer tract, on Ralph Griffin, Ruth Litton, Emma waters of Brush Creek, containing Taylor, Milton Moore, Ruth Lan 143 3 acres. Tract No 50, known drum, Verna Welch, Onie Silvers as Garrard Bowles tract, on waters Esther utaverson, Will Davis trac, Graded Notes " - JL6SS IsP WMm Bakes 'J ,W Belter ,1 ' WW M& BAKING M r, I food-unifor- raly Cil'-jrje- t 1 111 in tir-a- lf f?Z P AIEY BKIWBlS. V CLEVELAND & " -- -:- - d, I fle-i-mo- re J-T CINCINNATI Sunday, MP RETURN 23 1 SI. S O s ill w y. I?m3rM3f yV. w30l years' In Mannas' M SfSvsf PTs $0f In All-Co- al f&j uscfaKH 7?B MM Hl flHH con-containi- For Sale by J. Mt. NOE E3 n ! "xziszrrs3ri5a mi nnirsTH VIA 1 f SI If lAI : 1 it '"isW PROCTOR & Mckenzie I DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES w 79 rcuit Court Clerk T. J. Nice-- . the addition to his resi-- about completed, which is a Mt. Vernon, Ky May 14. 1915 very decided improvement and adds really to his already at- up "No. 70" w C & tractive and well kept home. wan toCommu cats with SIGNAL In Memory MT. VERNON SIGNAL pathy and assure them of our con- Sallow complexion is due to a torpid liver. HERBINE purifier nouncement of Dr. R. G. Webb. tinued iuterest in their welfare and strengthens the liver and Resolved, That a copy of ?s a candidate foi Representative bowels and restores the rosy frora xiQ Laurel and Rockcastle' resolutions be sent the Masonic Home Journal and Mt. Vernon bloom of health to the cheek. districts Price 50c. Sold by John Robius, Signal for publication, a copy Brodhead, Ky. LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERsent to the family, and a copy IAN (JHURCH spread upon the records of our iniiiOiiiiuiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiiniiinnniiirafiiiiiiinmiflinDiiaiinnif . 3 The regular monthly services lodge., .' the 13th, One vear ago .nereis the Answer? in I since Mr. Riddell, my dear hus- usually held at the Presbyterian A. M. Hi att, church on the 3id bundayof each band past from life unto death J. R Cass. New t Though lost from aight to memory month and due to comethis month John Robins, lev( ce an-ha- jn this issue appears the s ' d-n- tle V to-da- y, 'c LOUISV'LLC &. NASHVILLC R R.CO. dear. Mr. Sarah . TIME TABLE. 22 ucrtn. 24 J3 oiam-.- y 21 nortn south South Tas. Landrum, Agent. aud were married. Phone No. S. There is some complaint because Kntored at Hie Mt Venion, Ky. Postollice the light plant closes at one o clock mail matter. as steoucl-ciasinstead of running all night. Those who are making the complaint should bear in mind that the Mt. P K RSOKAL Vernon Power Co. is young and just as fast as the business justiMrs. A. C. Sowder is reported fies it, the compmy wil' meet such very low. demands U. G. Baker was in Cincinnati Mis Hiram McGuire of the this week buying good. Scaffold Cane section on last SatAny. and Mrs J. W. Brown are urday, gave birth to three well in Louisville for a few davs. developed babies, two girls and I ouis Miller will likely goon the one boy. The mother died Tuesro:ti for the Tanlac people. day night but the babies aie htill Judge L. W. Bethurum was in alive and doing nicely. Mrs. was 30 yen's old and Mr. Louisville duiing the week. Ben Craig of the Quail section, McGuKe is 87 '1 heie was eleven was here Saturday night and Sun- hours between the birth ol the first and the last. day. Mrs C. G. Williams leturned Mr. E. J. Taylor, the man at the Wednesday from a two week's head of the ii coal deal is again visit in Louisvillp. in Mt. Vernon. Dr Wright and Judge R. G.Williams came over Dr. bhermaii will arrive Sunday to spend Sunday with his mother, While we have heard nothing of what they intend to do, yet we feel Mrs. Mary Williams. confident that there is something Miss Martha Sparks left yesterday afternoon for Danville, to doing and before many day will be able to announce to the public the spend a few days with friends. Col W. J. Sparks and W. H. consumation of the biggest deal Fifh are attending the good roads ever pulled off in Rockcastle. meeting at Crab Orchard today. In our last issue we stated that A. B. Furnish has been confin on Saturday before the school ed to his room most of the week election held hete was 'one of the He was able to be out a short hottest fought little elections ever while yesterday. held in the town." From that arFred Owens 'eft yesterday for ticle, some might infer that the Paris to go to work. He will be candidates were the ones who with the signal service crew be- - were our making a running fight. tveen Paris aud Cincinnati. In that connection we wish to add Mr. J. L. Niceley is here from that Mtssrs. U. G Baker and Rob Indianapolis, visiting his sons. T. ert Cox. the defeated candidates J. isiceley of Mt. Vernon, W. G. never left their stores and made Nicelev of Livingston, and John, no fight for the place at all, and Mr. Gus Stauerson.oneof the sucof Level Green. James Maret was in Crab Orch- cess: ul candidates, was a Juror ard Wednesday, making final ar- and did not even know his name rangements for the big Boone was on the ballot until the election Way meeting which is to Le held was half over. there today. In Langdon Memorial Chapel, Walter Miller will move to the onlast evening, was witnessed by a houfee now occupied by S. B. Mc Kenzieand Mr. McKenzie will large and appreciative assembly, the recital of Miss Brown's music move into part of Arthur Daily's pupils. The manner in which residence until he can mak other each acquitted herself was evi- arrangements. deuce of a splendid year's work Mr. and Mrs, Robert HarryMif-leran- on the part of both pupils and Mr. and Mrs. iVloyd Miller teacher. From the duet of Julia who have been in Oklahoma for Landrum aud Edna Davis, the litnearly a year, have returned to tle tots with only one year's trainMt. Vernon. The Miller Bros, ing to the difficult solo of Miss who owned and conducted a high Hlsie Rhea, there came a heart class drug btore in Miama, sold applause and many words of comout their stock. We have not mendation from all present. learned as yet what they expect to h Mc-Gui- re I d M. ray ne 01 uispuiauia. aim a 5.04 p m j :.. very ni'e young man una iuiss 3:56 a m Uynthia Wend, the attractive 11:39 a w daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. 12:13 am Wood, eloped to Jeliieo last week . . J Ridkell. , raj uc. sun ui , nexi &urway will be postponed until the last Sunday of this r.t. month fr.,U .t.:. i.: u nun Vull,7i lu,a o. . ....u..jr. This arrangement does not cofiict with .my other services and gives Mr. iMacmillan an opportunity to participate in the commencement exercises of the Langdon Memorial school. Sabtiath School as usual lo a, in every Sunday. John Walton. Supt. o -- Committee. OBITUARY In loving remembrance of ray s deai grand lather, George Liyesay s Sr., who passed from this wcrld to a better one, March 8. 19I5. He had been very feeble for several years but seemed as well as usual March until Friday .night 5th, when he was S'ricken with bronchial pneumonia which only lasted until Monday n'ght, March 8h. when the spirit took its flight to the God who gave it. We misi him, yes we miss bim, the voice we loved is stilled, a chair is vacant by our fireside, which never can be filled, while we long to meet him, Angels gladly greet him, in t .at happy land where 5 The Herriam Webster Every day in your talk and reading, at s Home, on the street car, in the office, Bhop 1 and school you likely question the mean- - a is ,fv, K 8on?e ntw wTd. A friend asks: s What makes mortar harden?" You seek thelocationofZ,ocAfiafrineorthepronun- - s ,on, of J"Jutsu. S.', What is uhite coal? ihis New Creation answers all kinds of s gs.tlon3nLans;uaee,History,Biosraphy, is fiction, Foreign Words, Trades, s g ijuvutcs, iciin nnai auznorttv. Arts and s 3 svv. I 3 WebsterS l International e 6000 Illustrations. E E TheonlrdlctionnrvwlHi E the new divided page, chsil' r30kF f U H acterized as "A Stroke of g uenius. On thin, opaque, stron India paper. What a sal faction toownthejerrc Webster in a form so lisand so convenient to usi One half the thirlcnvn nn wcieht of Itegular Edition. India Paper Edition: 400,000 Words. Cost $400,000. 2700 Paces. sflWI McFarland Memorial Presbyterian Church Services for next Sunday are as follows: Sabbath School 9:45 a. m. Preaching service 11 a. m. Subject, "Christs' Intercessory Prayer". Young Peoples Mission Union 4 p m. C. E. Society 6:30 p. m. Preaching service 7:30 p. m. Mr. Macmillan will preach by request, a baccalaureate ser mon, at the night service, in with the commencement exercises of the Langdon Memorial rfchool. This is not his regular preaching Sunday, in Mt. Vernon, but h will be in Mt. Varnon for con-lucii- S S S S Regular Edition: On strong book paper. H 1474 lbs. Size 12 x 8 5 inches. Writ for iptelmenpatti. ; uiiuuugai,BKi g s g g s g g s g HI "i.iwl 1 on this occasion. Some Clip pings from The Signa Dated August 4, 1893, s'.ale: The Ninth Laurel County Fair will bp held Aug. 23, 24, 25. Drs. J. J. and W. J. Brown have moved their oflict-- in the rooms over Williams drug store. H. H. Baker is prepaiing to build on the lot next to residence of Jonas McKenzie. J. W. Stephens is telegraphing at Berea. Rev. J. P. Hiatt is very sick. Miss M. L. Myers is teaching at Williamsburg. Pink Langford, aged 28, died near Orlando yesterday. R. L. Newcomb killed by train in Colorado. s is no more. Th re never G.&C. more to shed a tear his sweet I MERRIAM CO, voice we shall hear, when we meet Is Springfield, Masj. to part uo never, on that happy KUJJI!IIIIII!!IIMII!1II1III!!II!1!I iiJcffstw peaceful shore. As the dear ones by his bedside saw him close his loving eyes, knew he had gene inAut muHAL mis papers advertising columns are the home to Jesus to that home beyond the skies. Weep not for the dear business news of the communone that has gone, lor he is resting ity. If you happen to need a in peace at home. Lets put our new parlor carpet, you vill be rust in Jesus, for happy is the best, and be prepared to meet hint a lot more interested in a carwhen He calls us all to rest. pet ad. than in a paragraph He leaves a wile who used to be about Jim Jones' newly painted Miss Arraina Testamin, five sons, barn. That's why everybody J. T. and G. S. Livesay of near W D. Level Green, and J. B in this vicinity reads this paLivesay of Mt. Vernon, B. F. parting I mEtiel of pocirt inapi. Mention till pabUcatloa and rtcelr -- H.WHMtL'lll MM I llfiP mil 2 "T" 1 ciKe a up Trom your wife! I 9 1 Bring her along, or your mother, or your sister. Let a woman's eye vwr 1 and good taste tell ycu that you are really well dressed in one of lUIB'IB ww 4 h. Livesay of Maretburg, and one daughter, Mrs. R. L. Bray of Rattlesnake Oil Liniment Wabd, to mourn the loss of a deThe old Indian remedy for Rheumavoted husband and father. tism. Stop complaining, limber up, and A GRAN DAUGHTER. cure that Catarrah, and pain. 50i" per bottle. per's ads. 1 lull in PRIMG You can pay more and get less at other stores. We sell for cash, that's why you save on every deal you make with us. Come in and see "We Stand By What You Buy." ii i PI 0 7 OilIE m LuiilL For a Torpid Liver do. LOCAL Services at Christian Church for Sunday S. C. Franklin has been watch inspector for the Rockcastle River railroad. Sunday School 9:45 Preaching 1 1 Subject, "The Disciples. Mission and Message." Monthly meeting of the official G. M. Ballard and Dr. M. JudRe Pennington were in Pine ille dur-- i boai'd at 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor 6.30 ng the weel, attending court. Preaching service in the evenIn these days of progress, man ing at 7:3o. Subject. "'Hear ye cannot stand still. He must either go Ford or Backwards. Him." Conway, Ky. of May io-estock in the Bank of Ml. Vernon Mt Vernon Signal, S. H. Martin For Sale: Five shares s. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mt. Vernon has secured every- Dear Editoi: thing she has gone out after and I haven't seen any news from fore be it she ain't quite quit "goin' yet." Conway lately in the Signal, so I Resolved, That in his death the sewing, thought I would write you a few mystic circle has lost a faithful, Notice: For plain ' I have used Chamberlain's Tablets off and on for the past six years whenever my liver shows signs of being in a disordered con dilion. They have always acted me JUDGE R G. WILLIAMS SEES quickly and given b the desired H. Trubus eliet," writes Mrs. IMPROVEMENTS IN Springville, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. ROCKCASTLE. I am proud of our people. They are all becoming live wires in the cause of improvements The churches are thriving pikes a cer taiuty, our schools growing while our farmers cultivate more land and do it much better th in ever before. In fact I see a gen-- i ral a wak eningofevery industry in Rockcas tie. But the greatest chanire is in ., dear old Mt. Vernon, the is, clean er, better and more pi ogressive The Ford is lighter than any other car of its size and power. than I ever saw her. Our citizeus Yet stronger, sturdies, longare working together to advance er pasting, Vanadium steel, that's why. Vanher every interest and they are adium is the hardest, strongest, toughest steel succeeding handsomely. I sincere made. It is the only steel that is hard and ly hope that the good work will go tctigh at the same time. It is the highest on until ML Vernon is the finest priced steel that is used in automobile contown in all of Eastern Kentucky. struction. Yet the Ford is very low in price. She can soon boast of the fact Its quality, terms, price and small cost of and 1 believe she will take pride operation and upkeep, less than two cents a in doing so. I expect to retnrn to mile, have made it the universal necessity in fair and I shall come to attend town and country. the Buyers will share In profits, provided 300,000 new Ford the besi. When I see the exhi ears between August 1914 and August 1915. bition I shall not be disappoieted. Runabout, 140; Touring Car 190; Town Car $690; Coupe-e- t $750; Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all equipment. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Brcdhead Lodge, No. 566, F. &A M. Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. Brodhead, Ky., April 17, 1915. We pause in our daily battle of life, with its many trials, tribula tious, joys and sorrows, to drop a texr for aud pay our respects to our departed brother, R. S. Martin, who gently passed over to the other side March, 191s. Brother Martin, was in his seven year, and had been a member of this lodge sinceFebmary 16, 1884, and was its oldest member There-j Don't fail to jjeta package of White Eajilf's New Blood Purifier Herbs. The great secret remedy that all the Indian Chief's use now placed lefore the Public for the first time in the history of the United States. It will cure Kidneys, Constipation weak bladder. The best, spring medicine that has ever been used. The package will make two moths treatment and sells for $1. Any one that will .ry these remedies, relief and a cure awaits them, as the many people In Mt. Vernon will testify. Ask your neighbors what it done for them. Sold by Chas. L, Davis, Mt. Vernon Ky. ..i'gSgggttuaigw 1r Mi fum--f r THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES 9 1 u i ' ' ;'.f ! B I til Your Bank Must Be both willing and able at all times to extend you such accom- II 9 9 9 9 modations as your business justifies. Ask the exp erience of your friend who carries an account with the "Peoples", which is seeking your business. 9 fij BRYANT BROS. Interest On Time Deposits Peoples Bank m wi Mill r F. L. THOMPSON, Jk.. Cashier. n hi iv) ty-s;x- th Every Transaction in this Bank is for the best ) Whose CUSTOMERS Interests Hro Interest o our e!93I$IilSIC 1 b ft First and Foremost With Us neatly and quickly done, see Mrs. tf. Luther Mullins, Mt. Vernon. Ky A plain gold wedding ring somewhere in Mt. Vernon. Will pay $2. fc r return. Lost: t. 5 l4-3- Richard Singleton. Next Friday and Saturday, May the 2rst and 22 will be the first teachers examination for this year. until Sunday. All who wish to take this examMrs. Nannie Prewett is visiting ination shonld be ready. her father Mr. John Linville. Geo. Alexander D. L. Carter is being tried attended the at Pineville this week, charfied Holiness meeting on Cooper Creek with the killing of a negro in Bell Saturday and Sunday. The fight against better roads county jome twenty years ago. Attorney C. C. Williams is de- has about subsided in this section of the connty. fending bim. lines and get upa correspondence. The rtev. Geo. Baker is done planting corn and will soon be ready to plow over. S. L. Durham has returned to Winchester, Ind., after a fen weeks visit with friends and rel atives. Robert Brock was the guest of Mr. Jack Bullen, from Saturday true and loyal brother, the com- munity a kiud neighbor, a genial t'riend. a loyal and upright citizen, his companion a true, faithful and loving husband, and his chiH-re- n a loving, kind and christian father. Resolved, That we kuow none nut those who have sat in the shadow of such a great bereavement can justly weigh such a sorj row as this; those who have stood by the side of a loved one, a hope after hope dropped away, as the Dedals fall from a fading flower, know that sUwh anguish can noi find solace in our tenderest words Resolved, That we extend to thi beietved family our deepest sym- - I Recognizing the fact our customers, 'II not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety ( , J We would sanction no transaction which d;cl not. in every way, make for;, the best Interests of our cus- tomers Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Lie State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky, fepecial Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Iree to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well eaninnl gymnasium. .Domestic Science. 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Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery tQday. medicine he knows when he takes it for certain ailments he gets re lief. People who take Dr. King's New Discovery for an irritating vuiuaic upumistics tnev Know this cough remedy will penetrate of and the lungs of the throat, kill the! and germs, and open the way for NaGranite Monuments of all ture to act. You can't destroy a kinds. Cold by superficial Estimates furnished treatment you must go to the cause of the on application. Man Takes His Own Medicine Is An Optimist He has absolute faith in his "3'i53?!'3!ES?7? Manufacture GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 been some time since I saw a letter from this grand old place of Ottawa, and I thought I CIVIC LEADERS PUT BAN ON would drop in a few lines to le PINK TEAS. the people know that it is ot wiped off of the map. Farmers 'Clean Yards, a Few Shrubs and John Re firm an Praises Remarkare busy planting corn and pota able Work of Medicine Liuwcis, aim a wiue faint, toes. We are having a good Sunfor a Better Hometown" Tanlac day School at Uir'on Ridge. Mrs. Clarence Baxter. have f in;e crovds every Sunday Louisville, May i4 15 an the average of 75 pupils niroll of THAT the club women full America - Almost everybody in Louisville ed each Sunday. The not waiting for suffrage writer had before taking an active part In is personally acquainted wi h or the pleasure of spending 1 hurs w wv. ux.v .vwilk ID ilUICU Uy the earnest efforts of thousands nf nave heard of lohn Rnhrninn dayinMt Vernon. J S. Casl women in local "Clean Up and ''Tno K,nS of LouibVllle, as our hus'lmg merchant is doinij a Up" campaigns in oracticallv nvorv1,ie slate in the Union. 'The men are too he Was formerly called bv those splendid business. The writer busy, or too. chesty," said one of these who have known and respecter las been on the sick list for a tew women, 'to see the need of or to do simple beautiflcation and sanitation him lor his honesty and integrity davs but, is better. W p. Haes work. And yet that work is vital to for a sore or more years, has our hustling old Ky. Fenil -: the health of thousands and to the a.MifFeter from stomach complaints progress of the community in better gent is kept busy binding out living conditions to keep pace with and a general deb'litated condition Fertilizer to the boys. ReguLi increasing population." "There was a time," she continued, for a considerable length of time. services will be held at Unioi "when pink teas and gossip characterLike lots of other lolks, Mr Ridge church the fist Saturda. ized our local club meetings. But that time is past. There are a million Rohrman was a little skeptical re and Sund iv in each month Iliv things for the betterment of the town garding the merits of the new fames Cummins, our pstr, i : that we are able to do, and we are trying to do them as fast aa we can preparation, Tanlac, as he had splendid preacher. We had : get to them. The 'Clean Up and taied uumerous medicines in the good rain Sunday which' wps hid Paint Up' campaign, in which we are working shoulder to shoulder with tho past without obtaining the right ly needed in this part of the conn-try- . men, embodies a big batch of results. However, thepublicatioi Arch Albright is vWtii . we have had In mind. This campaign seems to be a for- of testimonials his sister, at Wilburn, in Pulnski Irom Louisvilk tunate combination of ideala. 'Clean people he leuew who had been ac county, also his niece at Euhanks Up and 'Paint Up.' It gives us work to do now, with a definite program to tually benefitted by Tanlac, con Wedding bells are going to ring start things off, and with absolutely vinced him that a test of the prep in this part before long, I think, no end of possibilities in permanent constructive effort. And the best of aration was worth the attempt. and I am hard to fool on a th ng it is that this campaign simply forces Mr Kohrman had suffered like that. Look out Felix -1 A the men to work with us. A success-tu- l campaign means an increased de. much annoyance from indigea ion, Laswell & Son, are doing a bij mand for many kinds of merchandise, especially. He got Tanlac and be business with their saw and gn.t neans conservation of property, meana increased realty values it means a gan using it. A few afternoous mill. Mrs. George Taylor has letter business town and a better ago he. was prepared to on the sick list but is ira n.ake thi been 'tome town. Why shouldn't the men end a hand?" statement in ehe presence of wit proving. Sam Sayers, Tilden And this woman is not alone in her ness-is- : Thompson, O. F. Hamm and Mode nthusiasm. Mrs. Clarence Baxter, hairman of the Women's Committee "Less than two weeks age lob Hamm of the Spiro section, were :f the National "Clean Up and Paint ta.ned this Tanlac. The medicine in this section Sunday. Tony Tp" Campaign Bureau, St. Louis, hs een her home town, Kirksville, Mo., was just what 1 needed. It went Laswell is on the sick list. Barlo efurbished from the city hall to limits entirely through the straight to the spot. I strength Dillingham and wife, Maretburg's arnest work of a group of women. As ened right up. My appetite is im- merchants were visiting relatives hairman of the civic and health If I md friends in this part Sunday. of the Missouri Federation proved as well as my sleep. .1 et Jl Mfii rtn jrl a th A.. f Women s Clubs, and as vice chair-nuu yaiu muusanu uonars 101 Mr, and Mrs. R H. Hamm and of the civics department of the the medicine, it would have been A E Albright came up from 'eneral Federation of Women's Clubs, Irs. Baxter is inspiring and advising wortn that to me. The anticipaBrodhead to attend the funeral of housands of club women in similai dote of Uncle Dick Johnson Sunday after ork. She will be glad to write to tion of taking the next nd advise others. Tanlac is a real pleasure." noon. On last Saturday morning Mrs. George Zimmerman, of Fre Tanlac, the remarkable medi- at 4:30 o'clock a. m the death iont, O., chairman of the civics de 'artment of the General Federatior cine referred to by Mr. Rohrman, angel visited the home of Uncle f Women's Clubs, heartily endorse; he national "Clean Up and Paint Up" is nop distributed in Louisville by Dick Johnson and claimed for its lovement, and is a member of thr the personal direction Uncle Dok ot L. 1 victim Uncle Dick. dvisory committee of the Nationa Cooper, and in Mt. Vernon by was married to a Miss Fan-is- ' Jureau. The civics departments of several Chas. C. Davis anr al-to their in Liv- several years bade and tate federations of women's clubs ingston at the Central Drug Cos union was born 5 childien aiiM tave already arranged for state-wid- e "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaigns otoieorat John Robins' driij; four ol them are still livin" Mihis year, with a definite week's pro stole, in Biodhe d, Ky., where J. H. Johnson got killed in a rail .ram to slart the ball roll in c - One man who always was harpinj the famous medic ne tun now b. road accident 111 Louisville a voir n tne old saw, "Woman s place is ii or so aim and Mr. Charlev Jol.n he home," has not been heard from bought. since a year ago when h:s wife let son of Lexington, and Mrs James n a "Clean Up and Paint Up" cam Walhn of the same place and Isaac WITHERS aign which practically regenerated the town. The good woman repaired and Mrs. Logan Cash of this p'ace' and painted a piece of vacant prop C. E Mullins is on a tr p are left to mourn thi los- - of ; iTty belonging to her husband, prop rty that had been a drain on his pursi through tl.e western part of tin devoted father, besides a host o' 4 or ten years. She had to fix the eek. place up, she said, because she wat county this Burning ol friends. Uncle Dick served in tl o preaching "Clean Up, Paint Up, Re new ground and planting corn is Civil War. He wis 70 years of lair," to others, and she believed in he order of the day in this piri age and was a member of the Ba practicing what she preached. Aftei criticising his wife for her public ac- at present tist church at Union Ridge. He Mrs. Tom Ander.-- o tivity, and especially for spending real was always on hands on church is very sick at this writing money on "that old shack," the husband was sorely chagrined one day Estill Mullins is attending school days and alwass tilled his place in 'o receive an offer of $600 more for Married: Mr Sunday school. Fie was a good the property than his former valua- at Mt Vernon. tion. He made the sale, and shut up. Arthur Morris and Miss Or man and well thought of by every This year he is the heaviest contributor to that local "Clean Up and Paint Mullins, at the home of bride, body that knew him. He is done up campaign fund Saturday, at 4 o'clock p ni., Rev. with the trials and troubles of this D.JParker officiating. May their world and is gone to where there life be long and happy. Mr. and is no more sad good byes and fare Barbed wire cuts. ragged w)unds, collar and harness galls Mrs. Ben Mullins visited the fam wells said He was laid to rest Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in heal up quickly when Mallard's ily of Thos Anderson, Sunday now Liniment is applied. It is Misses Lillie and Mary Mullins the family burying ground. alt r ( th healing and anticeptic. Price visited Misses Grace and Mabel short services by Rev. Jas. Cum 50, 50c and Si. per bottle. Sold mins. Ano'lier link is broken in Bullock, of Gauley, Sunday y John Robins, Rrodhead, Ky. Sallie and Ada Mullins our household band, but a chain is Mi.es spent Sunday evening with their forming in a better land. IN THR DISTRICT COURT OF cousin, Miss Pearl Anderson. THE UNITED STATES Master George and Miss Ollie HOW'S THIS! FOR THE EACTEUN DISTRICT OF Roberts, of this place, visited the We offer One Hundred Dollars KENTUCKY family of Sam Roberts, of Jack- Reward for any case of Catarrh In the Matter ") In son county, Saturday night and that cannot he cured by Hall's of Bank- Catarrh Cure. Geo.T. & W.C. Johnson J ruptcv Sunday. Fred Mullins was very F. J. Cheney & Co . Toledo. O. sick a few hours Saturday. He We, the undersigned, luive Richmond, Ky., 5 7 i5 ate a bite of sausage from a can known F J. Cheney for tho last To the creditors of Geo. T. and that had been opened and the 15 years, and believe him perfectly Wm. C. Johnson, partners, of Or honorable in all business transar lando, in the county of Rockcastle doctor on connrg pronounced it tions and financially able to carry and district aforesaid, a bankrupt. poisoning from the sausage nut any obligations made by his Bill Anderson was the first one in 111 ui. Notice is hereby given that on NATIONAL BANK Or COMMKRCE May Si I9i5 the said George T. & this neighboihood to begin plant ing corn and is going to be about loledo, O. William 0. Johnson was dulv ad the last one to get through, but Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in judged a baukrupt; and that the ternally, acting directly upon th Bill says it pays to plant it right. first meeting of his creditors will blood and mucous surfaces of th be held at the office of the under Mrs. McDaniel, an aged lady of svstem. Testimonials sent free. signed referee in Richmond, Ky., this place, is sick. Misses Martha Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by May 22. I9I5, at 2 p. m at whi-- h and May Durham visited their ail Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for time the said creditors may attend sister, Mrs. Ben Tussey, Saturday and Sunday . Misses Lizzie Mc prove their claims, appoint a trusOld Cull is crippling around tee, examine the Bankrupt, and Queen, and Cora and Nannie Mul lins, of Cruise, attended the Mor town claiming to fallen from transact such other business as a possum tree wb":h he had climbwedding, Saturday. may properly come belore said ed after the little animal. Cull meeting. says he went to sleep while up the A. R. BURN AM, Jr. SICK HEADACHE treer Some of the boys are rude Referee in Bankruptcy. Mrs. A. L. Luckie. o enough to doubt Utill's East word and Chester, N. Y., was a victim of say a jug kickt him. sick headache and despondency, Whole Family Dependent caused by a badly weakened and Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton. O., debilitated condition of her stomFOR FLETCHER'S writes: "Our whole family de- ach, when she began taking Champend on Pine Tar Honey." May- berlain's Tablets She says, "I I be in your familv has a. found them pleasant to take, also severe Cold perhaps it is the mild and effective. In a few yc baby. The original Dr. Bells weeks' time I was restored to my v Pine-Ta- r Honey is an ever ready ortner goodhealth." For sale by i M M household romedy it gives im- all dealers. mediate relief. Pine-Ta- r Honey penetiates the linings of the Throat MT. VERNON, KY, and Lunes. destroys thu flprme Pron tRooms over Baker's Store and allows Nature to act. At FOR FLETCHER'S Phone 49-your Druggists, 25c. five Thousand Cities King" Talks Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 The Kind. You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the sijrnature of and has been made under his per-n sonal supervision since its infancy. C6 jCSt&TT C6CcA&ZZ, Allow no one to deceive you in All Counterfeits, Imitations and " arethis. but Experiments that trifle irUh and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. -- Just-as-go- od a, substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its aire is its guarantee. It destroys Worms si ml allajs FcvcrLshncss. For more than thirty years it lias hern iu constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and. Diarihcun. It rejrulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Castoria is harmless ENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS -- The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY N CW wJ&UW VORK CITV. . MMKX9 g cor-iorati- n 1 I When you want General Merchandise KK m I I 1 M I Farm Implements g "to I McKENZ!E BSLIflBLE ML Vernon, Ky. o - i JONAS 1 TH.B Cn..C. Davis L 2MIKM -- rugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics iivi year than any before. is " improve on everything every minute' Anybody Oi-motto -- - will show you where we are, Yours respectfully. CHAS. C. DAVIS Qhone No. 39 J b-v- e ris-Mulli- Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to us Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helps says Children Cry CARDUI Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of wom::n-l- y trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying for your trouble. It has been helping weak, Cardui ailing women for more thr.n fifty years. O ASXO R A 336X &&&C a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad. and it always does me good." The Woman's Tonic rnr Dentist S. 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