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Mount Vernon signal: June 4, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915060401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 4, 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. ' Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. Mawl fctttn MT. VERNON, ll lH JMCbf JUNE 4, 1915 lffllill 1 ' Established l887 NUMBER 33 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY ill w PTyf - ft cLldir- wil,, EV VVTCIbthesigJf psi. All ! Values made possible by new methods Paper was once made the first printing by hand was done on a hand press but think what this newspaper would cost you if it was made that way Why not buy clothes that :ire produced by scientific methods that fit, wear and keep on fitting and wearing because they are made right, and at the same time of. the least possible cost. We know that no other clothing makers have followed scientific methods as long or as thoroughly as the makers of Clothcraft so we have bought Clothcraft Clothes foi you and cau U them 1o you at $10 to $20. The Spring Styles are ready and they are beauties you toda,y. we can serve congregation. J. (J. Bullock has moved his family fromMiddlesboro to our town and will make it his future home. Mrs. E. L. Cockrell and son, Brown, are visiting relatives in Paris. Earl Rice of Louisville, was with hoinefolks Sundsy. Mrs. George Painter of Brodbead, is visiting her daughter Mrs. C. E. Rice Mrs. John Jar- j rett, who has been in the West for some time was here between trains Saturday, enroute to Brodbead. J. N. Clark was in Knoxville from baturdav until Monday. We are having lots of rain and farmers are getting behind with their crops, Walter Owens and Fort-neMink left tor Elemwood, Ohio a few days ago and have not returned. Guess they like and will stay a while. Miss Mattie Owens 'of Quail, is visiting relatives here. Now we have three candidates We don't for the Legislature. G D. Cook will run, but think this leaves E Bullock and Dr. R. G Webb and R. L. McFerron snd we predict a hot campaign until August. We democrats have no ax to grind and can set on the fence and watch the proceedings slinging going' and see the mud on. We are not going to say who will get the nomination now but will tell you after the primary. J. C. Asher of the firm of Davis & Asher a few nights ago conceived the idea that burglars were trying to break in the store on him. So he thought It wi.se to prepare for any emergency that might arise, He waited until Belknap's salesman came to town and this Is the artillery he ordered: One seven Shot, single action. No. 22 short, Ivpry Jphnson, rim fire and now he declares that he can sand off number of burglars that may try So any burglar toattak him. that may happeu to see this take warning. Pavis says the gun will not break thu hide or draw blood ten sleDrf. r business houses, which some people still send money to, never contributes a cent to any of these worthy causes, in our county. What do you think of the Stop, Look and Listen slogan? There are good stores and spendid merchants in Mt. Vernan Brodhead, Livingston, Wildie, Orlaudo, Pine Hill, Pongo, Level Green, Climax, Disuutanta, and many country stores where you will be accorded fair treatment. While of course there are some things not kept by any of these stores you will find but a few use ful things left off their lists; most of those, your merchant can procure for you in a vefy shortim? at satisfactory prices. The merchant works as hard, often harder than others to keep tnings moving and to save himself from going to the wall in giving credit to those who fail to pay up. It is noticeable that the bigger stock a merchant accumulates the more work he doe-- . Its not the easy job, merchaudisiug, that many people imagine, to run a successful store. When you make a purchase from a foreign mail order house it is always Cash In Advance. The home merchant given an opportunity, under same conditions can get the goods to you, often, on same day o! purchase, and nover later than five or six days. Study these matters over. Investigate arjd see it yoyj don't gajn. in the long run by trading with your home merchant, t.i :!;; :;, :;:-- - .......... ...., ........ a 9 0 ! BAKER MT. VERNON KENTUCKY 9m ! We Beg Greate s stl s 39 j i To Advise That We Have Bought At a Discount Much Below Cost A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses and Childrens House Dresses, &c-- , &c. And We Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling Event in of Men' s and FOR CASH the History of the Trade. OUR Get Rid of Your Rheumatism Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You can do it if you apply Chamberlain's Liniment. W. A. Lockhard. Homer City, N. Y., wiites, "Last spring I suffered from rheumatism with terrible pains in my arms and shoulders. I jot a bottle of jmd the Chamberlain's liniment first application relieved me. By using one bottle of it I was entire ly cured." For sale by all deal era, Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD AT A SACRIFICE Sutton & LIVINGSTON. The town officials held a court of inquiry, Tuesday, to find out where the boys were getting their devil's dish water (whiskey). We have not learned the outcome yet. Rill McBee m ill. Oh, yes, we have said too much, but Mart is making Rome howl, now. Mr. S.C. Franklin, of Mt. Vernon, L.& N. watch inspector, was here Wednesday. Miss Nettie Rice and Brother L. H. Rice, came in from Stanford, Sun day, in an automobile. Lon Ar- - fFa'los., better known as s Scottie, will move his family from gen bright, of Knoxville, was here Lebanon Junctiou to our town in Sunday visiting relatives and old a few days. We have an automo- friends. Well, it does look like bile in our town. Jessie Traylor the foreign- - nations intend to pull brought bis machine from Paris Uncle Sam into the muddle, but we and is now waiting for the pike to believe in still being ueutral, as Mes.sts Fred fighting is hard on old clothes and come through. Baker, Sam Hellard and Mrs if we have to go to Mexico it will C. E Rice, Misses Carrie Ponder not take long to clean the greasers and Adna Hansel attended the up, but as it now looks, the U. S Fifth Sunday Meeting at Freedom should let the fighting countries church, Sunday. I. A. Bowman, R I. P. (rest in peace). Buck French of Brodhead, is better known as Daniel Boone, 7i suing his daughter, Mrs. M. L. ne nau was nere weanesaay brought down a tie raft and was Hamlin. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh-bank- s and little daughtor, Virginia feeling tin top. He said prosperity was sure looming up. if a were in Maretburg Saturday and inanjwants to spend a few pleasant attended the Sunday School conhours, just gee with old Daniel vention at Freedo m Sunday. F. and that is a sure cure for the M. Marshbauks, the restaurant blues. No one can be sad or lone man is enjoying a nice trade. It some while in his presence. B. F. looks like the right man is in the Niceley, of Indianapolis, Ind.. is right place. James Dill ion of visiting his son, W. G-- Niceley, of London, was here between trains this place. George Griffin, Tr. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Cat- visited relatives at Maretburg, and lin have returned from a few days also attended church at Freedom, rislt.to relatives at Berea. Mrs. Sunday. Rev. Macmillan, of Mt. W. G. Niceley has returned home Vernon, held services at the Pres- after a few davs visit with relabyterian church, Saturday and tives at Berea. The sad news has Sunday. Morris Cottongira at reached this town of the serious tended the Sunday School Con- illness of Mrs. J.E.P. Drummonds vention at Freedom, Sunday. O. at Knoxville who accompanied her D. Bryant, who has been at home husband to that city somo time in Mt. Vernon for several days, ago on account of the failing health on account of the illness of his of Mr. Drummond. It seems that mother, his returned to his post trouble never go single handed.- at Sinks. J. H. Browning was Mrs. David Owens is acting as aswith home folks at Maywood, sistant postmaster again. W. H. Sunday; and reports his son, Wal- Cottongim, the postmaster, is ter; very sick. W. M. Hicks has having trouble with his leg. He not been sawing much of late, had an operation performed some owing to the fact that some one few days ago and it is not well yet took about two.thirds of his mill Rev. T. C. Duke preached an and hid it in an old boiler. Now interesting sermon at the Baptist some may think this is a small church Tuesday night to a large -. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUR ED by local applications, as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deaf uess is caused by an inflamed condit ion cf the raucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inliamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflaraation can be taken out and this tube restored to normal condition, beating will be destroy ed forever; dine cases out ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an iuilamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure Send for circulars, free. JiKOUHEAU . Miss Lucile Pilkenton is spend ing a tew weeks with relatives and iriends in Ulizabethtown. Miss Margarite Tharp, of junction City was the guest ot her siater, Mrs. R. E. Albright, last week. Mrs. j. R. Cass left last Friday for a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs , L. B. Hilton, in Stanford- .- Miss Judith McCall, the efficient assistant Postmaster at this place, is spending a few days with home-folk- s It would take this entire paper, were we to name each item we have to offer you, so we must content ourselves by saying, " COME AND SEE' Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new and Priee- at nearly! One-haSHOES and SLIPPERS at Less than Cost up-to-d- ate lf Proctor and daughter, Miss Mary: -- at Maretburg. J. w. Carpets and Matting to make up Druggets and Rugs for less attended the closing exercises of Mt. Vernon Graded School, last Friday evening. Prof! G. L. Pilkenton was in Louisville several days last week tahung School fur mture to the School Boards. Mack H. Barnes is suffering with a severe attack of rheumatism. Mrs. J. J. McCall is the guest of V. J. Chenkv & Uq., Toledo, O her daughter, Mrs. B. R. Wilmott, here this weee. Sold by Druggists, 750, Mrs. J. H. Jar-ret- t, who bus been with her Pake Hall's Family Pills for daughter in Durango, Colo., for Our Motto: "SELL IT FOR LESS." iiiiyd$K$3my$&3 9 MT. VERNON KENTUCKY m m m m m m m m m m m m m m BAKER'S m m w K I STOP! LOOK I ton, Ohio The Rev. T. C. Duke, Mrs. F. L. Durham of Mt Vernon of Somerset, delivered two very were the guests of her parents, . interesting &ernio is at the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson, Sat- The above sjgn s usually found cnuren nere last b'nday and Sun urdayand Sunday. Master J, day eyenings. A large number Preston Young of Mt. Vernon, at railroad crossings,, wljere the attended, the Ffth. Sunday ineet-in- g was here from Saturday until traveler is warned to be on the Whoso Intorosts Aro First and Foremost With Us a$ Freedom "from here. A'. J. Monday the guest of Miss Clyde Watson. The Local base ball lookout for danger from passing Leece, of this place, purchased his father's old farm on Copper Creek team played ball at Mt. Vernon trains. We have not heard These same precautions should a few days ago. His mother, who Thursday. -- Master Recognizing the fact our customers, the result.Austin Sparks I) be applied to your general conduct is now 84 years old, and a sister, Durham is spending a few weeks will make their home with Mr, only require, insist upon the thruout life in your evervday af- Leece.- - - E. L. Brown and M. E. with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson and other relatives. Chas. Hurt fairs. Stop, and study over the Proctor are building a best service and absolute safety of buying at home where cottage on Main street for W. H. night operator, and one of Brod-- , ill subject We would sanction no transaction which did not, in Barnes. Mt. Vernon may boast of head's real live wires, had Lordi your money will circulate in your every way, make for the best Interests of our cusLunceford as guest of honor at a ' neighborhood, thereby, helping, having a greater population than fox chase one night this week and ' tomers . uroaneaa now. bin we are gaining your local merchant and neighbors was rewarded with two foxes. . on her rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Anything not to your liking is far from our " and giving yourself a chance to see R. Wilmott are rejoicing over B. the a.n Impaired Appetite. For desire. Let us give you a start put your that money again, instead of send- arrival of twin bab ies, a boy and feet on the road to safety, comfort and prosTo improve the appetite and ing it away to some city where girl. Mrs. George Pean, of Inperity. It's an easy road to travel once you dianapolis, Ind.. is with her father strengthens the" digestion try a you will never hear of it again. few doses of Chamberlain's Tabhave started . Look about you, examine your Mr. Lee Coffey and family. lets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Detroit, Maurice Frith in attempting to Mich , says: "They restored my local merchants stock; get prices, talk matters over and nine times drive a team across the river, a appetite when impaired, relieved th"e out of ten you can dp better by Mt. lord coming fntq town frQm. rfle of a hjoated fueling and oaused Vernon, ednesay afternoon a pleasant and satisfactory movemaking your purchases at home' of last week, his The Bank that takes care of it's Customers team arid wagon ment of the bowels." For sale by Listen, to the worcjs of your were swept; under the foqt bridge, all dealers. local business man. You will find and before both animals oould bo The first New York automobile him straight, if not you will goon gotten out of the tangle one was party to pass over Boone Way from ' find him out and have recourse drowned. Mr. Frith caught tothe A repnlfir mnmincr nnorifln- - e bridge as the wagon went under it Mt. Vernon rb Crab Orchard leltj whereas if you are dealing with a ana saved h bilious, half sick feeling, loss the bowels puts you in fine shape niuiselr. The animal foreign institution you run a risk. mat, was drowned was a valuable here Wednesday just aitemoon. of ener; Sy, and constipated bowels for the day's work. If you miss it. , li vuu The local merchant pays taxes to mule belonging to D. R. Belcher. They had motored from New can be relieved Willi snrnrisincrw ttm-- let; nil hi enri in anni nn.. " miss Mary Proctor was the York down thru Virginia to Mid- - promptness by using 'HERBINE. put vim into your movements town, county and state purposes, The first doSe DrlnRS improve- - For all bowel irregularities HDR- pays his proportion in support of guest of her brother, S. T. Proctor dlesboro from which point they and family at churches and schools; aids the poor Friday and Mt Vernon last Saturday. E. C. and helpless, while the foreign Walton, of Stanford, was here last LISTEN! several months, returned here last Friday. We understand that Mr. Jaraetl is with his son, 0. V. uairui, u,i Durua, ana will oe in week between trains. Mrs. R. S. Brodhead in a few days Miss Jett, of Mt. Vernon, was the guest Elizabeth Storm left Tuesday lor a ot Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Furnish month's visit to relatives in Day- several days last week. Mr, and aaa aaaa&aa&mbi..aaaau.-v..-- w iiiiiTiTa: i;xxxz.xx3 x " r tH I;..ITJI;II;IIII;JI J? m iM m M mm m m 1M IM m m w iw w w . m mm w w He '' m w m ' m ws fa c ash am cat am wa h m m a at a as a a a ak o w a at v w m v m m m a a m . tk .. w m k f Every Transaction in this Bank is for the best CUSTOMERS not Interest o our I - but five-roo- n The Bank of Mt Vernon J i -- fi c Zmbt rudSwteT nrrri-w-rj- tract the surface right only 'of the tract, on waters of Brush Creek, OF SALE entire tract which was heretofore containing 102,4 acres. Tract No sold d conveyed to Sam Rose by 47, known as James Anglin tract, The Big Hill Coal Company. on waters of Brush Creek, contain-- ' Tract No. 13, known as J. B. ing 261 acres. Tract No. 48, to Keep UNITED STATES DISTRICT Owens tract, near Brush Creek known as F. M. Sexton tract, on COURT Station containing 3 acres. Tract waters of Brusli Creek, containing Constantly Before No. I4, known as the G. T. John- 42 acres. Tract No. 49, EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY known son tract, on the waters of Round-ston- e as the .lames Brewer tract, on SITTING AT RICHMOND Creek, and containing 1 acre. waters of Brush Creek, containing THE FACT THAT Tract No. 15, known as the Hous- H3. 3 acres. Tract No 50, known Your ton Childress tract, on waters of as Garrard Bowles tract, on waters Potter Title & IT IS SEEKING Trust Co. Complainant. Roundstone Creek, containing 08 of Brush Creek, contianing 3J.3 acres. Tract No. 16, known as J. acres. Tract iNo. ol, known as VS In Equity. J. Reynolds tract, on The Allniie Coal & waters of Rosa Hollingsworth trict, on watIs Prepared Care Co. &c. Respondents' Brush Creek, containing 65 acres ers of Brush Creek, and contain Lumber more or less. Trar-tNo17, known ing 33.0 acres. Tract No. 52 Notice is hereby given that the as William Sloan trrct, on waters known as Parker Scot tract, on undersigned, Joe P. Chenault, Special Master of the United of Wolf Creek, containing 232.5 waters ot Crooked Creek, contain J t& tJ& & J J& J& J J J C fe 5 15 5 J 5 e5 States District Court for the East- acres. Tract No. 18, known as ing 25 acres. Tract No 58, known E. B. Smith tract, on the wat- as Stephen Anglin tract, on wab ern District of Kentucky, in the the ers of Roundstone Creek, contain ers of Crooked Creek, containing above styled cause, under and ing82t acres. Tract No. i9, I7O acres. Tract No. 54, known pursuant to a decree and order of known, as the J. C. Broughton as the James Barnett tract, on sale therein rendered and entered ti act, on waters of Brush Creek, waters of Crooked Creek, contain of record, will, on Tuesday,' J,nne containing 2i acres, more or less ing 25 acres. Tract No. 55 8th, 1915, A. D., beginning at the Tract No. 20, known as the A, B. known as the J. T. Clark tract, hour of ten o'clock a. m., at the Abney tracts, on waters of Brush on waters of Brush Creek, confrontdoor of the Court House in 56 Creek, 'containing 170 rcres taining 40 acres. Tract No. the city of Mt, Vernon, Rockcas-county- , Tract No. 21, known as the Ol'ie known as the J. C. Broughton Kentucky, offer for sale Abney tract, on the waters ot tract, on waters of Brush Creek, at public outcry to the highest and house-painti- ng Brush Creek, containing 472 acres containing 40S.33 acres Tract best bidder, on credits of six more or less. Tract No. 22, No. 57, known as Tohn C. Child months and nine months, in equal C. BLACK Dr. known as the G. C. Clark tract on ers tract, on waters of Roundstone The senior member of the firm installments, all of the hereinalter waters of Brush Creek, containing Creek, containing 76 acres. Tract acandidate for Stale Senator for the As 17th Senatorial District, subject to the of editors of the ,s Interior Journal mentioned and described property i21 acres. Tract No. 23, known No. 5S, known as the J. R. Gatliff Republican party, August primary 1915 towit; goes up in the air, in that old time P. W. Clark tract, on waters of tract, on waters of Brush C'eek, We Are Authorized to Announce All of the right, title, interest way, because the Signal mentioned Wolf Creek, containing 37.5 acres containing 90 acres. Tract No M. L. JAR VIS a few ot the candidates for State and claim of the defendant, The Tract No. 24, known as the Elijah 59, known as Jack Carpenter trac as? ComAs a candidate for monwealth' Attorney of the 2Sth Ju offices, who aie favorites with Allnite Coal & Lumber Company, Abney tract, on waters of Brush on waters of Roundstone Creek, T! dicial 'Dirtrict. subject to the action of Rockcastle Democrats and his in and to certain boundaries of Creek, containing 82.5 acres. contaiufng 1Gi.5 acres Tract No the Republican nartv, August l'rimarv, brother, Bill, was not included in land lying in Rockcastle county ROCKCASTLE AND JACKSON CO'S 60, known as theLrannaman tract 1915. the list. Brer Walton we are not and 'Jackson county, Kentucky, at We Are Authorized to Announce That will make satisfaction certain. Tract No. 25, known as the on waters of Brush Creek, conV. T DAVIS prophesying or naming any tick- and near Johnetta Post Office, on taining 90 acres. Tract No. Or. waters of Brush Creek, John C. Anglin tract, on waters of Ae a candidate for Circuit fourt Clerk ets, the Democrats of Rockcastle the Clear Creek, containing 40.5 acres known as the Celia Clark tract, en eubjet to the of Rockcastle County, This paint has been endorsed by are able to make their own decis- and containing about ten thous- more or actiou of the Republican priinarv Augless. Tract No. 20. waters of Brush Creek, containmaster-painter- s ust 7. 1915 for 25 years. It gives ions. The statement made in our and (10,000) acres of land, tinder known as the Golden Tract, on ing 52 75 acres. Tract No. 62, and by virtue of a certain deed of last issue that Mr. Milliken is s We Are Authorized to Announce beautiful, durable finish. Works creek, con known as the Joel Anglin tract, on dated the 29th day of waters of Horselick T. T. JCICELKY favorite, for Secretary of State record, Roundstone Creek, containing JH ft,!.' Tract No smoothly and spreads easily. As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk was a mere statement of facts, so April 1911, and executed by John taining 230.2 acres. Hi Mi'1 237.8 acres. Tract No. 03, known of Rockcastle County, subject to the The 21, JACKSON COUNTY. IVllOwn as the Nancy Baker tract, on wat lifl-C- SS 4 action of the Republican primary, far as this paper has been able to H. Jones to defendant, Allnite Coal & Lumber Company, as the T. D. Moyer tract, on wat- ers of Brush 7, 1915. August ascertain, and not an expression Creek, containing 77 "Made to Wear" ers ot Station Camp Creek, conWe Are Authorized to Announce of the personal preference of the and which deed desctibes the said acres. J ACKSON count y Tract DR. R. G. WEBB ten thousand (10,000) acres of land taining 86.04 acres. As a candidate for Representative from editor. ALSO the right of the property No 04, known as John Heneger and same is accorded in deed book the 70th Legislative district, composed Comes in 49 beautiSee tract, on waters of Horselick of the counties of Laure' and RockA train of five Pullman coaches No. 20, at pages 448 to 514 inclu- in the coal, stone and all other rj Creek, containing 95 5 acres. castle, subject to the Republican ful tints and shades. bearing the "Heads of Houses' ' and sive, records Rockcastle and Jack mineral rights, in, upon or under , August 7, 1915. Tract No. 65, known as the T. J. boosters of Louisville will leave son county Court Clerks' offices, the following several tracts of land Coyle We Are Authorized to Announce tract, on waters of Clover E. BULLOCK that city on June 8th at 1 a. m to reference being here and now hereinafter described, together Bottom, containing Formula appears on I43 acres. thereupon As a candidate for Representative from make a 1000 mile trip thru 22 made to the said deed and the with all the timber the 70th Legislative district, composed Tract Nu. 06, kuown as the A. J. every package South east Kentucky, record of same in said Rockcastle which may be necessary in oper Martin tract, on waters of Redlick of the counties of Laurel and Rock- cities of castle, subject to the Republican Pri- Virginia and East Tennessee. and Jackson county Court Clerks' ating any mines that inav be openmary, August 7, 1915. Creek, containing 170 acres. The delegation will btop overnight offices for a description of said ed, or constructing or operating Sold by Tract No. 07, known as the Arch ., at Bristol, and Knox premises and land, as well as for any railroads, tram roads, inclines McGuire. tract, on the waters of The Dixie Highway ville, reaching Mt. Vernon at 5 p. a recital of all of the terras, restric- or chutes on said land, as tegether HorselicK Creek, containing 35.75 B. may be in. of Friday June nth, leaving at tions, covenants and obligations with such surface right necessary for the construction and acres. Vernon, Kentucky. The action of the fourteen com 6 30 p.m. The boosters will have contained in said deed, and the operation of railroads, tram roads PERSONAL PROPERTY a band with them. Our people said iiroperty will be sold subject by the missioners appointed or other passways over said land, Also all houses, buildings, mine S P Caadill, progressive fanner Governors of Illinois, Indiana, will meet the train at the station to all of said terms, restrictions, "Caveat emptor" and for the erection and conduct tract, mine and pit cars, tools and there will be five minute convenants and obligations. of the Conway section is a member Kentucky. Ohio, Tennessee, engines and all other of a party of Eastern Kentucky Saint Peter at the Golden Gate All those certain tracts or par- ing of .coke ovens, tr aim factories Georgia, and Florida at Chatta- speaking. meeting souls, departed; cels of land and mineral situated and houses of any kind, which personal property belonging to fanners making a tour of Western Was nooga on Saturday May 22nd is of They .came in cars of every make, may be necessary for the proper the defendant Allnite Coal & LumMt. Vernon, thiu the activities in the county of Rockcastle and in Kentucky on a special train, over incalculable and far reaching Which from this earth havestarted of its Commercial Club audits the county of Jackson in the State conduct of the business of mining ber Company and located upon the the L. & N. to study the condit- The "Fearless," "Black" benefit to the Counties of Eastern officers, and on any of said lands, viz; is, today one of the most ot Kentucky, as follows: above mentioned boundaries ot ions and methods of. that section. Kentucky. The Eastern branch widely "Fierce" appeared, advertised little towns in land, and appurtenant and a part They stopt in Louisville Tuesday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKCASTLE COUNTY of this great highway from Chicago But when they vainly tried, our ronntry. By keeping up the of the mining plant and premises night aud were (in fee simple) entertained at a To gain the shore, Saint Peter leerTract No 23. known as the on one of the Great Lakes in the good roads agitation and other Tract No. 1, Known as the David Laswell tract, on 'waters of ,of the said Allnite Coal & Lumber banquet given by the Louisville Nortih will run thru the Counties ed, work, the little old town is destined Hiram county Commercial Club. McGuire tract, on the Brush Creek, containing 578.3 Company in Rockcastle of Rockcastle, Laurel, Knox and not only blossom "To Hell with vou!" he cried. to as the rose waters of Brush Creek, containing acres. Tract No. 29, Bell thru East Tennessee, central Livingston route has been prac- - a little 'Ford" them came insight known as and Jackson county, Kentucky. but whole boquets and then some. 16 acres. The foregoing mentioned prop- t cally agreed upon for Georgia, and Florida, and is usualthe Wallace and P. W. Clark tract the new j And "honied" to gain admissiou ly spoken of as running from the highway. The other; "Come in,-- hailed 'Peter' with pure In routing the new pikes thru Tract NoT 2. Known as the D on waters of Brush Creek, con erty and tracts of land being a Dixie-Boon- e M. Williams tract, on the waters taining 249.2 acres. Tract No. 30 single complete mining property three lines out from Mt. Vernon Lakes to the Gulf. Most of the the county the Fiscal cour-- t s delight counties thru which it was located to go over Hues where right of Brush Creek, containing 436 34 known as Ollie J. Abney tract, on which cannot be divided without has from two to four suggested I gladly give per nis.-ion. acres. waters of Brush Creek, contain- materially impairing its value, and routes There will be a meeting This place is your by all except the four above mentioned of way is donated. that's Tract No 3, Known as the Jame ing 472.8 acres. Tract No. 3i. all of the other property above at ourt house here today when fair- already have more or less gxd New President of Central University To McGuire and Mat Johnson tracts known as the Elijah Abney tract, mentioned, will be sold as a whole the couit will, with the Advisory' Of good cars, roads and have enjoyed them for there's a dearth, Take Charge on June 5th. The foregoing described prop- Board receive reports from on the headwaters of Brush Creek on waters of Brush Creek, containsome time. Bell County under the. But one and all. we must declare. Dr. W. A. Gan field recently containing 432.5 acres. There is ing 300 acres. Tract No. 32, erty was decreed and ordered to be various committees now the progressive leadership of Judge securing You were the 'best on earth'." T. J. Asher is pushing the work elected President of Central Uni- excepted from the above tract, known as the Wallace Clark tract, sold for the purpose of satisfying right of way aud to consider and So, for us. Mortals down below, Danville will arrive however, the surface rights only, on waters of Brush Creek, on the highway thru that County versity at con- a judgment against defendaut take action looking toward the in- A moral here is stored. & Lumber Lampany, and auguration of active operations in If we and it is now in order for Rock- there Tune 5th. On the evening in all that part of said tract known taining 398 acres. Tract No. 33, to Heaven would surely go, known as the Mullins tract, on same will be sold absolutely, after road construction. castle, Laurel and Knox counties before a banquet will be tendpred as the James McGuire tract, We'll have to drive a "Ford." as re 300 acres, which sur- waters of Woolf Creek, cojtaining due appraisement thereof to proceed at once to do likewise. to Dr Ganfield at Louisville by The location of the highway thru alumni and friends of the Univer- face right was conveyed to Sam I84G.73 acres. Tract No. 34. quired by law. Hog Cholera Campaigns There isspecifically excluded rUK FLETCHER'S these counties was on condition sity. Dr. Ganfield is a graduate Rose by the Big Hill Coal Com- known as William Clark tract, on of Cornell College, Iowa, and of pany, by deed dated December waters of Crooked Creek, contain- from the tractsol land above men that the road thru them should be Conducted by Robt. F. Spenco, ing 24q acres. Tract No. 85. tioned, over which same runs, the completed.within one year or by McCormick Theological Seminary 18th, 1905. Rattlesnake Oil Liniment County Agent. II. S, Dept. of AgNo. 4, Known as the A. J. known as the Margaret Ballenger railroad leading from Brush Creek May 22nd i9i6. It is up to these He is a native of Iowa, aged 40 Tract The for Rheumariculture; and an expert from State tism. old Indian remedy limber up, and Stop complaining', four counties therefore to begin at years, and is noted for his broad Crews tract, on waters of Clear tract, on waters of Brush Creek, on the L & N R R up Brush Creek to Johnetta Kentucky, a distance Experiment Station Lexington, cure that Catarrah, and pain. 50c per containing G9.1 acres. once and push the work to com scholarship, eloquence and force. Creek, containing 101 acres. Don't Ky. on methods of Prevention and bottle. Eagle's fail to get a package of White New Blood Purifier pletion. All of these four counties i?or several years lie was presi Tract No. 5. Knpwn as Taylor Tract No. 36, known as the Mar of about five miles, and a right of ' Herbs. Tlie great secret remedy that way thirty three feet in width on Control of the disease. have voted, by large majorities, dent of the State Christian En- Abney tract, on Brush Creek, con- garet Ballinger tract, on Brush all the use now placed Mt Vernon, RockcastJe County, before Indian Chief's the first time the Public for in taining i47 acres. bonds to build roads and it was deavor Union. Creek, containing' 63 acres. Tract each side of the center line of the said railroad, and all appurte-n- June 14th 7:30 p m. White Sta- curehistory of the United States. It will upon the pledges Tract No. 6. Known as Oliver No. 37, known as the from these Kidneys, Constipation weak bladices to said railroad, no part of tion, Madison Co., June i5th 7.3o der. The best SDrinsr medicine that has Routing. There is something Putt tract, on waters of Brush Sexton tract, on waters of Brush counties that the Commissioners ever been used. The packace will make agreed to locate the highway thru doing over the various proposed Creek, containing 92 acres Tract Creek, containing i3.75 acres. which is included in or passes by p. in. Sand Gap. Jacskon County two moths treatment and sells for l. June 16th, 7 3o p. m. "Berea, Any one that will ,ry these remedies, rejhem over the Eastern ivoute. routes of the four roads cut of Mt. No. 7, known as Robert Leger tract Tract No. 38, known as the Wil- this sale. a cure awaits TERMS: All the foregoing Madison County, June i7th. 7.30 lief andin Mi Vernon them, as the many The State road law requires that Vernon to .djoininr county lines. on the waters of Crooked Creek, liam Sexton tract on waters of people will testify. Ask p. ni. Irvine, Estill County, June your neighbors what it done for them. for a county to participate in the Rightsof wav ire being secured containing 247 acres. Tract N0.8, Brush Creek, containing 44.22 mentioned and described property Sold by Chaa. L. Davis, Mt. Vernon Ky. 18th. 7.30 p. m. distribution of the State road by frieu'Is of lint" they lavoi. It known as two D. N. Williams acres. Tract No. 39, known as will be sold on a credit of six Men, women and children Jnvit-- j t . C. fund its roads shall run from the is evident that no county money tracts, on the dividing ridge be- W. J. Ballinger tract, on waters months and nine months; with in terest upon the purchase price at ed. Connty seat of that County to the will be paid out for right of way. tween Brush Creek and Clear of Brush Creek, containing i52 six per ATTORNEY-AT-LAcent per annum from the County seat of the adjoining coun- Where workers meet with pt rsons Creek, and containing, one trrct acres. Tract JNo. 4U, known as date of sale until paid, and the MT. VERNON. KY. ty. Each of the four counties who tefuse to donate right of way 58 acres, and the other tract 6 A. G. Ballinger tract, on waters of purchaser of said property will be Only One Entirely Satisfactory. under discussion, by building the the matter is taken up with neigh- acres. Tract No 9, known as D. Brush Creek, containing 88.2 acres requited on the day of sale to exOFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor fo have tried various colic and "I The Bank ofMt. Vernon , on Church Dixie Highway first "under the bors who go after the proposition W. Castill tract on head waters of Tran No. 41, known as Elijah ecute to the undersigned Special diarrhoea remedies, but the only street. Special Master, two separate sale bonds attention given State Aid Law is entitled to re- and arrange matters without cost Brush Creek, containing i?5 acres Abney tract, on waters of Brush with good and approved surety one that has given me intire satis- to collections. to the county. Tract No. 10, known asIDurham & Creek, containing 61.3" acres. thereon hom the purchase price faction and cured me when I was ceive from the State Fund an Phone No. 80. Barnett tract, on Waters of Crook- - Tract No. 42, known as the Joe of the property sold, each of said afflicted is Chamberlain's Colic, araonnt equal to what they spend Seeks Another Term ed Creek, containing on the highway whereas if they 50 acres, Wilson tract, on waters of Brush sale bonds being for one half of the Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I Judge It, G. Williams, of Cov- more or less. There is reserved Creek, containing 50 acres. purchase price of said property, recommend it to mv friends at all do not connect up with the" road times." writes S. N. Galloway. from the County seat of their ad- ington, the incumbent Prosecutor however from this tract the sur Tract No, 43, known as the James and eace bearing six per cent in- LStewart, S. C For sale by all UNDERTAKER terest from date until paid, having anil EMBALMER joining county they cannot par of the Kentucky county judicial face right to one acre lyiug west of Ballinger tract, on waters of Brush the force and effect of a replevin aeaiors and a spring that ruus from under a Creek, 96 containing ticipate in the distribution of the district, is seeking acres. bond, upon which execution may Democratic renomination for Com- large sand cliff. Tract No. 11, Tract. No. 44, known as John Rec issue if not paid at 'maturity; and State road fund. It would be folly for any one of these counties monwealth's Attorney. He has a known as P. W. Clark . tract, on tor tract, on waters of Brush Creek, retaining lienupou all of the propI erty sold to secure payment of said from the strong political and personal fol- waters of Wolf Creek, containing containing 4i,3 acress Tract No. bonds. to use money derived For Infants and. Children, sale of its bond's to . build snort lowing and will be a mighty hard 28 acres. Tract No. 1, known as 45, known as William White tract Dated this 7th day of May, A. D , Trie Kind You Have Always Bought lines out a few miles fiom its man to beat, his friends cbntend. C. H. York tract, on Brush Creek on waters of Brush Creek, contain- - 1915. Covington Special. Louisville containing 119 acres, excepting lug 33.1 acres. Tract No. 46, County seat without extending Bears the JOE P. CHENAULT, ammmmmmm- l ttyem to its line and connecting Times. ' Signature of j known as Pennington and Rector and reserving from the foregoiu Special Master. with a good road froni the county seat of its adjoining county. It is much better and of more benefit to Friday, June 4. 19 15 all these counties to have the great highway run thru. It will enPublished every Friday by hance the value of its lands by inEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. viting the travel of outside people of laige means. It will give the $I.OO OBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR citizens of these counties a great highway North thru xht Blue Advertising rates mace known on Grass region and Souih thru the best section of Tennessee. application It is '. in the air and it is confidently pre dieted that the next National Con OF MEMBER grass will take up the matter of KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Federal Aid' to Interstate HightfUS? s ways and that the Dixie Highway fiMW&k will be one of the first to receive aid from the National Government. This alone is sufficient reason for making the Dixie High way first in the work of road making. Finally the location of the ANNOUNCEMENTS. Highway thru Eastern Kentucky We Are Authorized to Announce is only conditional and any county JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM Judge on the line which fails to build its as As a candidate for of the 23th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Republican party, Au- part of it within one year will not gust primary 1915 only loose the great local, State, We Are Authorized to Announce and National benefits to be receive B. C. LEWIS ed therefrom but will cause the As a candidate for Suite Senator for the to the. Commission to relocate the High 17th Senatorial District, subject .Republican party, aujjusi primary laio. way thru some other section of We Are Authorized to Announce our State. MT.. VERNON SIGNAI I ICE a-- This Bank Wishes toi Business For It, I And J To . j PEOPLES Mt, Vernon BANK g Kentucky . mvA -- V If ycu have a job that requires good paint be sure to get ' Hannas Green Seal Paint a Pri-ma- 1Mb 'Mil J. - t Va-Teun- Mt. NOE ts, -- " pro-prose- S 1 All-Co- al con-containi- Oliilflren Cry CASTOJRJA a Williams, W, -- J.C.MeCLftRY CASTOR A ?&, Stanford, Ky, . 79 "Fording" is now replacing the Services at Christian The following Is a copy of letterm "nioiorin"." ters which' Hon. R. T. McBryde. Church for Sunday Jr., Preaident of the Kentucky your Kodak films to J. Fish Send Mt. Vernon, Ky, June 4 1915 Good Roads Association, is mailSunday School 9:45 & Son, and get good prints cheap. Preaching 11 a. m. Subject, ing out to the Press of fhe State. uo 70" wnen Tom O'Mara has arrived with toCommunl The letter in part is as follows: wn"No.SIGNAL "Faith." cate with jnis new Maxwell wnicn is a "As you know, one hundred and Christian tEndeavor 7 p. m. beautiful car. Preaching 8 p. ra. Devotional four counties in Kentucky haveap. Several of the enthusiastic good service conducted by "loyal plied for and been granted State roads men out the old Richmond Sons Class", followed by sermon aid. Under that law the State road are busy boosting, that line on the subject, ''The Master's guarantees State suptrvision. The ' lor the pike to the Madison lice Evaluation of Life." liw permits the head of the State LOUlSVItLCiNSHVILLCR R. Co. and say that most of the right-oon Wednesday Good Roads Department to emway is already signed up. evening 7.50. The trial of Jesus ploy suc'j assistants as may be TIME TABLE. Mr. E. necessary for this work. As yet The residence ol M J. Miller is to be discuised by 22 ncrtn Pm burning yesterday R Gantry, from the standpoint but three supervising engineers 3:56 am came near 24 :iortn have been employed by the State. of a legal trial. 23 south 11:39 a w morning caused by the explosion Four others have been lent by the 12:13 am of a coal oil stove. The timely arImportant. On next Friday I'l South rival ot the bucket brigade is all we will have a train load of visitors Federal government, and one of Jas. Landrum, Agent:' them has been recalled. It is an that saved the building. from Louisville Gpmmercial Club Nj. 8. Ml". VERNON SIGNAL -- 79 A 1 PAYS f CJpmI (M iMMm& PAYS Prayer-meetin- g 5-- 4 Phone ICnUred at the Mt Veruon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as stcond-cias- s PERSONAL E. G. Pugh was week. Place your order for a car now to be sure that you will get the $50 rebate. Remember this offer is withdrawn after Ang. 1st and that orders cannot be filled at once. BRYANT BROS ., Agts. in Berea this The Lonisville floosters: The Commercial Club met Tuesday night and made arrangements for welcoming of the "Heads of Houses" and boosters of Louisville, whose train will arrive here on next Fridav afternoon at 5 o'clock on its way home from Dixie Salurday, June 5th is the day when the teachers of this county teachers will be employed. All should have written application in the hands of the trustees by that day. Mrs. E. S. Albright and childImprovement The Cemetery ren spent Saturday until Tuesday Association held a meeting on with relativesat London looking Wednesday afternr.oon, R. J. Abney, a progressive to pushing the work of side walks fanner and merchant ot the Clear and other needed work about the creek section, was in town Mon city of the dead. We are advised that the work will go forward. day. A. B. Furnish was in Louisville Geo L Wren of the Boones Gap during the week buying goods and section was in town Wednesday looking after other matters of busi- and says the Conway route is the ness. best way to the Madison line while Charley Metcalf of Detroit, John Lmville of the Scaffold Cane Scaffold Cane Mich , bought 48 acres of land near section says the week for route is the ideal route. Ottawa, this county, last $4 10.00. State Commissioner Terrell says ft. L. Collier, one of the livest that, pikes must connect with pikes good roads men in Kentucky, was leading to comity seat of adjoining up Lorn Crab Orchard Monday on county before State aid will be business. alloxed. This means that Pulaski Dyche and children must take some definite action to Mrs. R. W. Don't fail to see that all scraps ' are with her mother,' Mrs. R. B connect with Rockcastle belore a Must Be Submitted To The of paper, rubbish and trash is State, Terrell Advises Fiscal taken from streets before next Fri M ullins, who has been very sick pike to the Pulaski line can get State aid. day afternoon when the Louisville but better to day. Court of Jefferson County. Boosters train will arrive here. Cashier F. L. Thompson, Jr.. is Col. Dave Martin was over from A communication was repeived y attending Boones Gap Wednesday and says in Crab Orchard by the Fiscal Court at its meeting meeting of the Bankers' Associa- there can be 4,000 00 easily rais- yesterday from R. C. Terrell, Brodhead and Sparks Quarry ed from Conway to the Madison State Road Commissioner, in base ball teams played here yestion of the Eleventh District. Miss Fannie Dowden. ot Paint hjne for tne Dixie Highway, $8o. which the court was advised that terday, with a score of 15 to 5, in being pledged by all roads built with funds from the favor of Sparks Quarry. Lick, and EstelU Bicknell, ot of this Win- three prominent farmers along State must be under the direction Berea. visited at J. W. Van of the State Road Commissioner kle's, from Saturday until Monday. that stretch of three or four miles. andthat all specifications and must be submitted Indigestion and Constipation Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McFerrou This looks like the popie ot that contracts to that official for his approval. "About five years ago I began were up from section believe in good roads. and son. Fred, taking Chamberlain's Tablets after Louisville Herald, June 3rd- Breezy Hill Tuesday to attend the We understand that there was a suffering from indigestion and funeral of little Robert McFerron. very enthusiastic Good Roads Ubildren that are affected by constipation for years without left this meeting held at Berea Tuesday worms are pale and sickly and finding anything to relieve me. .H. E. Storms who county in I858 was here from Sbel night at. which County J udge liable to contract some fatal dis- Chamberlain's Tablets helped me hv fimintv. 111., visitine his sister Shackelford of Madison county, ease. Whites Cream Verm Huge at once and by using them for expeis worms promptly and puts several weeks I was cured of the speaker Mrs. Willis French on Rockcastle was the principal and the child on the road to health. complaint," writes Mrs. Mary E. oromised that Madison county js Price 25c per bottle. Sold by McMullen. Phelps, N. Y. .For River. sale by all dealers. Grimes Bell is ready to meet Rockcastle any John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Mrs. Margaret here from Lexington. She came where along the line with the last week for ten days or two Dixie Highway. weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. No motor car in the world is Franklin. more accurately inline with the H. H. Wood and W. H. Jones scientific principles of design and were over from Wildie Wednes- construction than the Ford car. day before County Judge Ballard It has been the marvel with meof the chanical engineers the world over. ao show the advantages Mr. H. C. Kennedy, who is making the race for the Republican their place from The genius of Henry Ford com- nomination for Circuit Judge against our present Judge, while he was route of pike thru Mt. Vernon to Madison. prehended the comforts, pleasures holding himself out as a minister of the Gospel, wrote a booklet upon Mrs. S. S. Daily was thrown and service for a light motor car the subject of "The Mode of Christian Baptism", in which booklet from a buggy yester Jay and very and designed and built according he assailed and slurred those who believe in immersion in the follow ing manner: badly hurt. Her left arm was ly. right arm sprained and broken, Robert, the son of "First, I shall offer some objections to immersion, and to badlv cut about the head. She is Mr and Mrs. R. L. McFerron, exclusive immersion in particular. To my mind the objecin a very serious condition. died Tuesday morning after an tions to this practice seem many, and several of them at least Mrs. L. E. Blair of More head, illness of less than four days, of are insuperabre. I, therefore, submit the following: 1st, after spending a few weeks with appendicitis, which the physicians The INDECENCY of the practice; and of this I shall ssy just-aher parents at Monticello, arrived thought to have been produced or little as possible, because it is so well understood, and has here Wednesday night, accomaggravated at least, by the eating been observed by so many that it needs no comment here. panied b her little sister and brother, Edith and Kenneth Oatts, of chenies and swallowing the Women know more of the INDECENCY of the practice than to be the guests of their grand seeds. The suffering which the men. Upon numerous occasions they have been constrained parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. f. lit le fellow endured was intense. to surround their lady friends who had been immersed, in Francis. The heartbroken father and mothorder to shut off the gaze of VULGAR lookers-on- . On every er have the sympathy of all in occasion where ladies are immersed, there are vulgar lookers-on- , LOCAL their great loss. who uever fail to get a glimpse ot PRETTY ANKLES AND FLOATING SKIRTS. But Ibis VULGAR throng does It pays to pay cash and trade at Judge G. M. Ballard, in co mpli- not make the practice VULGAR; IT IS ITS VERY NAance with an order of the Fiscal Fish's. TURE TO BE SO, and VULGAR lookers-oonly ADD TO court, has named as an advisory R. L. Collier is here today loadITS IEDECENCY. Imagine the IMMER-SION1Sboard to work in conjunction ing out poles. plant himself in the stream, and take hold of a with the Fiscal court in selection pretty girl by the waist and nape of the neck, and duck her." You 2an always find bargains on of the routes for the pikes, the fol Fish's Bargain Counters. lowing gentlemen: U. G. Baker The above silly language is taken from said booklet, chapter 2, and J. Fish ot Mt. Vernon, W. H. page 15, and is here reproduced that the people at large may have an There has never been known to be sUch an abundance of cherries Jones of Wildie, A. E. Albright ot opportunity to read it, and form the proper estimate of one who seeks Brodhead, and Dr. W. T. Amyx the high officeof Circuit Judge He is not satisfied to slander and lias there is this year.. of Livingston. Judge Ballard is bel his opponent, butjs willing to slur the Holy Bible and cast a reEvery time you invest a dollar on his selec- proach upon the Savior of the World It matters not what particular to be complimented in Clothing, Shoes or anything at tion and this appointment as one Fish's you get your moneys worth. of his firsf official acts, bespeaks, church you may be affiliated with. He makes no distinction. If you are Methodist, Baptist or member of the Christian church, and have Lost: Ring, with Emeral, Tif- the honest, faithful and impartial been immersed, according to Kennedy, you have engaged in VULfany settiug. .Liberal reward for manner in which Judge Ballard GARITY AND INDECENCY. return. will deal with the question of road A copy of the booklet referred to is in the possession of the Som ROBT. McKeNzIE. 6 4 3L building. erset Herald. Call and see for yourselves. e, Chailes Thompson was in Lm caster yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farmer are visiting in Laurel county. S. C. Franklin and son Bern rd were in Louisville Monday. n W. J. owens was up from business Monday. Mrs. R. B. Mullins has been very sick during the past week. Miss Bobbie Tucker of Huston-villis visiting Miss Mattie Ches-nut- . Brod-beado- Louisville business men. They will arrive at 5 p. m. and leave at 6:30. It is urged upon everyone to see that their premises is in nice clean order, in front to center of street. These visitors are merchants aud business men of Louisville and Mt. Veinon wants to have everyth ng looking clean and up in shape for their reception. Kin Jly see that all paper and rubbish is gathered in from your front premises to center of street. and obvious impossibility for six engineers to exercise effective supervision over road building going on simultaneously in 104 counties. So far the Governor has not been m I r- - , 5 brought to realize the necessity of increasing the number of supervising engineers, although the money for their employment is available from the State Aid Fund, the Automobile License Fund and the appropriation for the Good Roads Department. "All of us know that the failure IF THER FK A 9 IN I Teachers Employed to have good roads in Kentucky thoroughbred has not been due to lack ol funds Jertey heifer, 2 years old. fresh Kentucky for years past has been May 24. W. T. Purcell. spending 2,000,000 a year on roads. The fault has been lack of NOT THE KIND HE WANTED. iutelligent and honest supervision The Georgia game warden rethat the State aid law attempted to ceived the following: supply. It can be supplied if the "Deer Sur: 1 don't want this Governor will give his consent to sorter licents. I thot I was get- the employment of the necessary tin a Marridge licents. Somebody sent me too mr. Jones and sed be eugineers." The ne d for more road engin would giv Me a licents, mandy was eers in Kentucky, as expressed in so mad when I arrove back with the above letter is a matter of vital this here huntin licents she sed 1 importance and to secure the dedidn't have sense enuf to git mar sired results, the immediate and ried and she tips and runs off with hearty of the people B'll Johnson au i'm in a heil of a js necessary. Don't wait until tonxt. 1 want ml munny back un morrow but arrange for some kind less this licents will let me shoot of concerted action. This, is of Johnson. importance to every seotion of our county and the commercial clubs of the county and citizens generally should take heed to this timely For warning from our most worthy Good Roads President before it is Ordered too late. For Sale: A ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Who has the faintest doubt that Fish's Special suits at 15 are away the bestto be had, for the cash We Want That A MINUTE to-d- ay Man's Eye where they credit, with the finest $15 Suits seen for some time. They're so GOOD that WE don't believe they can be matched at $20 in any store OUR CASES are filled Specifiers Roads tho, that our sales on these suits depends on what YOU think of them. So we want YOU to come and see them. These truly good clothes are shown here only in all the good styles and colors for young men and men who want to stay young. We show lots of those famous Fish's $15 Special Blue Serges in styles for all mankind. WE KNOW, EVERYSUIT HAS the FISH LABEL& that MEANS "We Stand By What Yeu Buy." Telephone 27 to-da- 4 MT.VERNON. KY. I Kennedy on Baptism e Why are there a million Ford's in daily use? Why are there as many Fords produced as all other makes combined ? Why can a Ford climb hills that other cars cannot? Why do you never see a Ford broken down ? Why does it take less than 2 cents a mile to run a Ford ?. There, must be reasons. There are reasons. four-year-o- ld x s m n BIG-FOOTE- D T Bryant Bros. FORD AGENTS MT.VERNON -- , I 1 I - ' S . . .. .,L'"V - .1-- ., , MM,AJL.j:iiL .m,-nu-.- g j. a. .' T . ... ...... '. :, 1 Rev. J. S. Ab- bott Repudiates Come From Remote Little Sisters Live Like Siamese Twins The Allen 34 t Price, $895 I Study these facts The Allen AIIe 34 has 37 horsepower Weston-Mott 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 We are in strong and permanent. automobde business to stay. the Our purpose is to make every Allen i en-Ci- car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, economy of operation. handsome car without paying a dolWe build (ire other lar more than its actual worth, the models, three roadster and two tourintf oars, 5- passenger touring car at Allen rcntfing in price from $875 to $1395. 895, is the complete answer to your requirements. ln tty It, finish, power, economy of operation, equipment, serviceable qualities and price, Allen cars tale the lead floating axle, moliatr top and leather upholstery, Warner transmission and d steering gear, expanddrive, ing brakes, 110 - inch vrheelbase, demountable rims, .aluminum crank case and aluminum transmission case, full equip' ment of electric lights and electric starter. The weight of the cur U Z300 lbs., which, with the power of the motor, insures left-han12-lu- 3, - Factory RepresentatiTcs for Southern Ohio, adjacent West VIr ginia Territory, Southern Indiana end entire State of Kentucky. Kenton Motors Co. Dealers: "3Sftfir Write or wiro for agency proposition y&ya&yc& & ?$3c3c& a viKniTiyy& wviaid j UNDERTAKER j . Brodhead COMPLETE Ky LINE & Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Te'.e- - ft phone orders Promptly Filled ft ii vi nr5inii -- sr X & MA I tKlAL Flooring Ceiling If you are thinking of building or repairing it will pay you to see Brackets Roofing RoofPainl Siding Cornice Doors PROCTOR Sash Columns iijj Mckenzie They carry a line of build-ino- r material iii stock. & Lathes Plaster Cement Sand Ij DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES 3MPc&; 1 f f I Msssr llll aiaf ajfc? f Sww ! UNDERTAKES mm. mS2S 1(1 ill v Am x?(&k I I 0L3. Our line of Couch Caskets is nnVfoll Cofiiiis furnished Hand-mad- e mi Atl mii . oraers Dywire Hearse, sen! to all parts of the County. .. ... r- W. A. COXri Phone 94-S M 1'. VERNON, KY. i U BETHURUM &. LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice in all the Courts. A Doctor's Prescription for CouGir An Effective Cough Treatment take the risk of serious illness, when so cheap and simple a remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery is obtainable. Co to your Drugget a bottle of Dr. gist K:ng's New Discovery, start the treatment at once, ion will be gratified for the relief and cure to-da- y, to one teaspoonful ot Dr. King's New Oiscovery, taken as needed, will soothe and rhenk Coufrha. Colds and the more dnnserous Bronchial and Lung! Ailments. You can't afford to I One-fourt- h Manufacturers of and ana Granite Monuments of all kinds. Estimates furnished on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 Two happy, smiling little girls, twins and absolutely inseparable, are at Rochester, Minn., where at To Whom It May Concern: My attention has been called to the institutions of the Drs. Mayo Tanlac Draws Medicinal Properties From they hope to be parted for the first an article which appeared in the time since their birth, two and last issue of the Somerset Leader Many Points Far Away one-hal- f years ago. The little and which is being ecattered broad ones are Hinojosa twins, Guadacast over Pulnski county, purport The ingredients, or medicinal lupe and Josephine. who ingr to come from me, and over my are elements, which compose Tanlac bound together in a mannersimilar signature. This article makes come from many remote sections of to some severe reflections on the that in which the Siamese tvin the earth, the Alps, Appen'mes, were bound. character and grave charges' Pyrenees, Russian Asia, Europe, The children were born in Haagainst the official conduct of Jamaica, Brazil, West Indies, vana, Cuba, and the family has Judge Bethurum. In 'justice to Mountain States, near the Rocky recently been in Mexico They myself and in fairness to J udge mountains, Asia Minor, Persia, are of Spanish blood and' the par Bethurum I make this statement India, Russia, England, France, en wno nave arrarngea to the people. is, lor me Germany, Mexico, Colombia, and operation, are accompanied by an Notalineof the article was Peru aru among the points from interpreter, Enimillio Sierra. writted by me, and any intention which the principal properties of The binding connection of flesh to become mixed up ;n a political this remarkable preparation are joins the children in front at al controversy is foreign to me or my obtaioed. most the center of the stomach, profession. If H. C. Kennedy In the principal labratory of the and is thirteen inches in circumhas my signature to any paper of Cooper Medicine Corayany, Inc ference. The twins can walk fora description of the letter in circu under the efficient direction ot ward with ease, each putting a lation the following explanation Herr Joseph Trimbach, a native little arm about the other's waist. will disclose whether it is thereby German chemist these medicinal The band of llesh is elastic enough reason of my desire or whether un herbs, barks. a nU flowers areas to permit them to change sides as wittingly I have been made the sembled in the rough and pains- they walk. instrument of craft and guile. takingly developed so as to obtain One of the childreu can lie en Several days ago I was in Som of that high staudard of efficiency the edge of a bed and the other can erset, and meeting Judge Ken shown by the uniform preparation stand besi le it, their bodies nedy on the street he accosted me Tanlac. an X, so resilient is the conand invited me to his office. I In sterilized bottles, made ex- nection. Medicine given to o e went with him and soon afterward pressly for the purpose, Tanlac ii has an effect on the other. One he asked me the following quesplaced, labeled and cartoned. The child may be laughing and the tions: "How lone have you preparation is inspected again and other crying at the same, titi e. known me?" and I answered, then crated for shipment to points All of their body functions seem to "About 25 years". He then ask- over the world where the demand be independent. ed, "How long have you known requires. The babies are very fond of each the boou on Baptism that I wrote? Tanlac, the premier preparation other and kiss and hug at times in I then answered, 'About 20 years'. is now obtainable in Mt. Vernon a loving, sisterly way. Butlike Then he nsked me, if he was not at the Drug Store of Chas. C. other cl iidren they sometimes Couuty Clerk and County elected Davis and can also be obtained at "fall out" and then there is a merJudge of Wayne couuty after the Central Drug Uo's., store. Livings ry little "scrap" at close quarters. book was published, and if since ton, and John liobins Drug Store At birth the babies weighed 12 he had not married in a prominent Brodhead, Ky. pounds anc1 at present weigh 45. Baptist family of Wayne county, Teething babies always have a They look very much alike, and and I replied in the affirmative. He then asked me if I would ob bard time of it when this process prettier, brighter youngsters are ject to certiiying these facts to the occcrs in hot weather. They not seldom found. Fairmont Senti only have to contend with painful ueople and I replied that I aid not gums but the stomach is disorder- uel. then he pushed me a paper to sign ed, Dowels loose and the body un Constipation Cuiied Oneunight assuring me that it contained only comfortable. The best help you A small dose of Po-D- o Lax tothe aforesaid facts, and I s igned can give the little sufferer is Mc night and you enjoy a full, f re, Gee's Baby Elixir. It correct- - easy bowel movement in the morn it and left. sour stomach, cools and quiets the I was completely dazed and bowels and helps digestion. Price ing. No griping," forApple) Lax is Popodbylhn with dumblounded when I read the 25c and 5OC per bottle. Sold by out the gripe. (May corrects article to which my signature was John Robins. Brodhead, Ky. the cause of Constipation by attached, and I at once hastened arousing the Liver, increasing the to Somerset to investigate it and "UHAWED" OUT A SEWING flow of bile. Bil-- i is Nature's an tiseptic in the bowels. With MACHINE. repudiate it. Evidently it is the pi' per amount of bile, digestion From awelfare report: production of Kennedy himself, in bowels is perfect. No gas, no We found Mrs. Donham a pleas- fermentation, and whether the original is the no Constipatton. paper to which he obtained my ant little woman whose husband Don't be sick, nervous, irritable. signature or it was written after had earned her pretty new sewing Get a bottle of from machine by chewing tobacco. I your Druggist now and cure your ruv departure I do not know. All the discussion about his own rackon you may think that is a Constipation overnight. religion, the mixing of religion mighty funny method of earning MASTER COftUlSlSOXEIl'S with politics, and the criticism' anything, but some tobacco has SALE with regard to the appearance of tags which are redeemable, and the Bank of Mt. Vernon, Plaintiff the book on Baptism in this cam- machine was one of the premiums. VS paign are the production of Ken- Mrs. Bonham just beamed with VV. F. Warren, etc., Deft's nedy, and it is a grave injustice to pride as she rolled out her maAND place such insinuations and chine. "I never had a machine Harve Bradley, Plaintiff. charges against a good and just before," she explained. "I just VS official in my mouth. The eulogy went to the neighbors when I had W. F. Warren, Defendant on his own liberalityand Christian to sew. So, of course, I wanted a By virtue of a ludgment and machine awfully bad So Frank character is his and not mine. order of sale of the Rockcastle CirThe people know the issues in just chawed and chawed and cuit Court, rendered at its April the campaign; they know who is I saved every tag till we got Term, 1815, in the above styled capable, honest ami upright, and enough, and last year we got the actions, shall proceed to offer for I it would be out of keeping of my machine. Frank is chawin' out a sale, at oublic auction, to the profession to attempt to define clock now; but that wont take him highest and best bidder, on Satur these ,or dictate the people's choice so long as the machine did.' ' day, the i2th day of June, 1915, I have known Judge Behturum between the hours of 9 o, clock a. Thirty-Si- x For 25 Cents from the time he became Commonm. and 4 o'clock p. m., at the mill wealth Attorney and I known Dr. King's New Life Pills are near Jim Walk Mullins'. two miles glass office fearlessly that and now suppiied in below Livingston, Kentucky, the credaitably. Since he became bottles, containing 36 sugar coat- following described pergonal prop pills, for 25c. one pill ed white Circuit Judge I have watched with a glass of water before retir- erty, viz., One saw mill, Boiler. his cour-and as a Christian ing is an average dose. Easy and Engine, Saw Rig, Belts and all fixaud a minister of Christ lean pleasant to take. Effective and belonging; also one Cheap and tures thereto certify that in my mind, he has positive in results. Band Saw, which will be sold made an able, fearless and right economical ta use. Get a bottle separately. today, take a dose vonr eous judge. And yet the article Constipation will be relieved in TERMS: Said sale will be made sent forth over my signature the morning. 36 foa 25c, at all on a credit of Three Months and charges him with unfairness and Druggists. the Commissioner will take from Intimates corruption. Unhesitat the purchaser bonds with approv ingly I repudiate these and re-a- f May Examination ed security f r the purchase price , firm my lull faith in his integrity The following persons made cer- one bond for the Band Saw, and honesty and ability. The article tificates in the May examination: the other bond for the ether propmake me charge discrimination in First grade. J. F. Lun3ford, erty, payable to himself, and bear the selection of juries, and yet I Mullins, Sherman Chasteen, ing legal interest from the day of know nothing of the procedure of Dora Georgia Gentry, Will Adams. J. sale until paid, and having the same, save to my knowledge the W. Jones, Pearl Moore. Bettie force and.effect of a judgment. juries selected in Pulaski and G. S. GRIFFIN, Pike and Sarah Wallen. Wayne counties have been comMaster Comm'r. Second grade. Tabitha Hiatt, posed of good men. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Ethel Davis, Burdette Owans, I have been a minister of the Kate Wilson, Elbert Gabbard, If you have the itch, don't Baptist church for eight years, and Dessie Thompson, Lucinda Parker scratch It does not cure the trouble and makes the skin bleed. it is an injustice to my ministry to Harmon Skidmore, Nannie Baker Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment. thus drag me into this controversy Wallace Haggard, Delora Boyd, Rub itMn gently on the affected Dooley parts. It relieves itching instant and without my authority, make Luther Mccracken, J.N.O. Bradley Brown ly and a few applications removes me sponsor and father an article Egbert Norton, the cause thus performing a perand Sarah Sowards. not in harmony with my views and manent cure. Price 25c, 5OC and out of keeping with decency and 81. per bottle. Sold by John RobNeuralgia Pains Ssopaed ins, Brodhead, Ky. justice In conclusion I will say need to suffer those You don't that I believe Judge Bethurum agonizing nerve pains in .the face, has made a laithful, honest and head, arm, shoulders, chest and 38Ce30fiQCC3C8pc9fe3able officer and deserves a. back. Just apply a few drops of soothing Shoan's Liniment; lie (Signed), tion. You will quietly a few minutes. J. S. ABBOTT. relief. and comfort! Life MT. VERNON, KY, Subscribed aud sworn to before get suchworld' will look brighter. and the Pron tRooms over Baker's Store me by J. S. Abbott, this 18th day Get a bottle 3 ounces for Phone 49-of May ifliS. Geo. Orwin,l.P. 2c. at all Druggists. Penetrates Sections 0! Clobe Children Cry for Fletcher's ItE&i i Just-as-good hi The Kind You Ilave Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30- years, has borne the signature o and has been made under his per-sonal supervision since its infancy. ?-t'&ccU'ZC Allow no one to deceive you in this. " aro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, AVind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoja. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, is a harmless . GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS C&L&SfJt&CC&te The Kind You Have Always Bought in Use For Over the cer I FAWV New YORK oO Years C ITV. When you want General Merchandise AS Farm Implements go to JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD BIS LIA Po-D- o Po-Do-L- SLS Po-Do-L- 0 I CHAS. C. I DAVIS Leading Druggist MT. VERNON. KY. tv, the voung folks with a line of Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and to the old folks with all kinds of reconsrructivo tonic and system builders. co-nple- w E CATER mm well-corke- d CHAS. C. DAVIS Sho Homo of TANLAC Phone No. 39 e to-nig- ht - 99llt I HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gare Up in Despair. had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking rt. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I Came to Rescue. can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows ; "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try , years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has in,j .eft side. octor was called in, and his treat- sold Cardui for years. it will do. Ask him. re-el- ec ru rv,r S. r Dentist Th met He knows what He will recom- eved me for a while, but I was mend it to-da- y. Advertiaement. without rubbing. 331C38CX y bed again. After -o- Write Advisory Instructions on your cis fQOd. Trattawt He Wtaw." a Dept.. Chattel Begin taking Cardui today. to: Chittaao? W ftzr?: T- - ;