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VERNON, 1887 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KT., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915 L NUMBER 47 I V 1 M GS T O N. tin. .. .. 9ffS90l9IO()9S9aifilllfiAfiffillltiBBrjinilEB)ftABlibSAftAAAAAttaAAAttAftAAaaaiiMtHtftA a Well, cupid has been getting ZZZZZZZZZZwmzzmwwmwm999999999999999999999999999999999W99m9mZZZZ ? T4aala)alaa)alaa a, a a II W 3 - fi!) WE HAVE JUST PLACED ON DISPLAY OUR LINE OF CHOF SUITS and COATS s utton BaMf!"!! JLii ' c JJIl 66 DECEMBER i887 By J. M. 1 V if house lot, and will have his maBUODHEAl). chinery installed by the last of the week. He will build a nice J. J. Painter was in Dayton last store building on this lot also, week to see his aunt, Mrs. Sam Brodhead has two u umber one Tarvin, who is very ill in the hos- - good roller mills, two gasoline Airs. Tarvin is a mills, one steam corn mill and one pual there sister to the late George E. Paint water mill, and enough corn and to keep them all busy. A number from here or. Association at1 Dr. Jones, of Crab Orchard, tended the Baptist Oak Hill, in the Hiatt Section, baught a nice cow from Mrs. Tuesday and Wednesday, of the George Hasty for $45.00. W. A. veek. Mrs. LizzieJ Cam merer, of Tyree and Wm. Franciseo will Denver, Colo., is. here for a soon put in a stock of marble and months' visit .o her parent-- , Mr other stone, and be ready to do and Mrs. John Gilpin, and her all kinds ofgtomb stone and uionu-sisteMrs. R. H Haram. Mrs. 'ment work. C. A. Wheeldon has Cainmerer hac oeen in Colo, forj purchased a barber outfit, and is tlie past fifteen years, or more, setting it up in building formerly and this is her first visit to her used for the post office next doer Mrs W. P. Carter to drug store. We understand old home. and Miss Mary Proctor were in that J. T. Wallin will move his Stanford. Saturday. E. B. New-lan- shop into the same building, and who has a good position that we will have a barber slnp with tht Tellico Lumber Co , Tel-Hc- o second to none in these woods. Plains, Tenn , was at home HOW'S THIS. Born for a few days last wee' We offer One Hundred Dollars to the wife of BracK Durham, a reward for any case of Catarrh fine baby girl, Saturday. Mr. J. that eannot be cured by- - Hall's L. Pihcenton was in Mt Vernon Catarrh Cure. between trains, Saturday. Mrs. F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo have the undersigned, B. E. Albright returned from a known F. J. Cheney for the last two week's visit to her parents, 15 years, and believe him per Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tharp in fectly honorable in all business Junction City, the first of the transactions aud financially able week.- - Dr. M. E. Pennington, of to carry out any obligations London, is here this week prac made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COM. iicing dentistry, and has been , lMERCE, Toledo, O. kept busy all the time. He will-Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inbe here oie week each month J ternally, acting directly upon the His office is with Dr. W F. Car- blood anp raucous surfaces of the ter, in Citizens bank building. system Testimonials bent free Attorney L. W. Bethurum, and Price 75 cts. per bottle. Sold County Attoruoy E. R. Gentry, by all Druggists. Mr. and Take Hall's Family Pills for were here Tuesday. Mt. constipation. Mrs J. F. Watson were in Vernou, Sunday, to see their HOPEWELL daughter, Mrs. Fred Durham, who is quite ill with typhoid. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Stokes Dr. Edmiston. of Crab Orchard, spent Saturday and Sunday with was here Wednesday to see T. E. Mrs Stoke's sister, Mrs. George Francisco's little girl. The child Barnes. Mrs. John Kirby and has spinal trouble, and is in a Mrs. Alfred Barnes spent Saturvery serious condition. Clifford J day and Sunday with their parReynolds, and sister. Miss Ida, of ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Sowder St. Louis, arrived here tne first at Langford. of the week to visit relatives. Mr. Roadworking is the order of and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry, and the day in this part Mrs. Sarah Dr. L F. Jones, of Crab Orchard, Hanks of Hazel Patch has rewere in town ,Wednesday. for a turned home after spending a few few hours- - W. G. Adams sold daos at this place.- - Mrs. James his farm in the Hiatt section to Arnold spent Friday night with Wm. Hysinger tor six hundred her brother, John Kirby. Mrs dollars, and bought a house and Sam McClure who lias been in lot from W. H. Sowdef on Silver poor health for several months street for the same consideration. is no better. Born Aug. 29th to George S. Durham was here the wife of Willie Sowdt-- a girl. from Spai-k- s Quarry, a few hours Butch McClure, of Lexington, Thursday. John Riddle has pur- spent last week with his parents chased the lot known as the old at this place Miss Bertha Car H. C Howard place and where mical speut Wednesday with her the blacksmith shop has been for cousin Miss Mattie Carmical at more than a quarter of a century, Mt. Vernon- .- Revs. Collier and from J. W. Tate for $200 00, and Carmical have just closed a will have erected a modem resi meeting at Mt. Pleasant with dence on it. Mr. Riddle and M. seven additions to the church H. Barnes proposes to straighten Married Sept. 2nd. Mr. Samuel the street intersecting with Main Bullock and Miss Ddra Whitacer street between their property, and Rev. Carmical officiated. also make this street wider, which ACUTE INDIGESTION. with the other improvements will that part of town. add greatly to "I was annoyed for over a year Mrs. P. E. Shivel, who has been by attacks of acute indigestion, in bad health for some time, is followed by constipation,' writes Miss Mrs. M J. Gallagher, Geneva, quite ill at this writing. Mary Proctor is on the sick list N. Y. 'I tried everything that was recommended to me for this Mrs. Mary FlynnM this week. complaint but nothing did me Tvho has been confined to jer bed much good tin ill about four so long, shows no signs of im- months ago I saw Chamberlain's proving. Brodhead seems to be Tablets advertised and procured ona boonr. Several new houses a bottle of them from our drug I soon realized that I had Are going up, and then new depot gist. gotten the right thing for they being under construction seems to helped me at once. $ince taking ' .have put new lite into things R two bottles of them 1 can eat H Hicks has about completed his heartily without any bacT effects " jnill house on the Cherry store- Sold by All Dealers.' at-'whe- at Remember when you read these items they are dated in December 1 887, 28 years ago. Col. J. B. Fish, of Pineville was in Mt. Vernon. " ' Josh Boreingand Frank Bryant are visiting Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown, of Lancaster spent Christmas here. head quarters for everything in drup line. H. H. Wood, at Disputanta. has just received a supply of french and jews-harpHenry is a hustler on the jew instrument. Joseph Brown in fr,om Ladonia Stcre, s. Williams Drug r. d, Texas. J. T. Hubbard, town marshal murdered on streets of Barbours ville. All persons indebted to F. L Thompson & Bro., please come in. Barboursville gets a Newyear's O-W- e gift in the opening C. V. branch Elder Martin Owens lost of meat, by thiet, while from home preaching. Mrs. Susie Mullins was here to cause an investigation of the killing of Walter Mullins. Misses Lena Wiggington, Alma loo-pound- s Carson and Ella Ramsey Signal office a call. Ex-Sheriff paid W. M. Albright was in town. Marshal J. T. Proctor looked after keeping order at Christmas tree. Mrs Hallie Baker died on 26th. Bal Churoley and Walter Mull-iu- s killed when they fell from a passenger train as it crossed bridge just north of Liviugston Both-wer- e found dead in creek bed. S. J. Conn was in Brodhead Christmas. Wm. Van Winkle, of Madison county got hand masht off at r along splendid in this'part of the 9.. moral vineyard for the past week, t$0ao. as there have been two weddings. Se Mr. J. L. Hughes fnd Miss Carrie S3- Farley went to JellicoiTenn., and were made man and wife. Mr. Sam Hellard and ftEss Adna yoa.. Hansel were married jrbe follow1 ing day at the same place, and M r T. J. Singleton and" Miss Hart i Bandyberg were also married at the same time and same place. This is headquarters for matri-'monaud if we hear , the truth I another couple will get married at Kuoxville this week. All the couples that have been married are among Livingston's- best people and we wish them a happy f u ture. There have been in the last six months sixteen weddings in Livingston, but we believe in obeying the injunction iu the bible where it says, marry and replenish the earth. Mrs J. R. Mink was in London, Saturda3', having dental work done. Ben Griffin has returned home from the farm at Buckeye and nov s handing goods over the count ;r of G. S. Griffin & Co.'s store Will Odell and Walter Owens, who are work ing with a bridge gang near Paris were with home foiks Sunday Rev. Baker, of Fariston, preached an interesting sermon at the Christian church, Sunday .Mr. and MrS. Sam Hellard were visiting relatives in Mt. Vernon, Saturday and Sunday. Mr.and Mrs. J. T. Omary and children, were visiting in Stanford and Lebanon Junction, this week. Mrs. Alvin Carico and Mrs Hugh. Jenkins are visiting relatives In Lebanon Junction for a few days. J. H. Owens, who has been so low for some time seems to be a little bet ter. A Mr Cope, living near town, is reported ve.y low and can't last but a few days. He has had dropsy for some time. Mrs. Nelse Gliffin and daughter, Miss Rissie, of the Freedom Section, have returned home after a few days'visit with relatives here. Mrs. 'W. M. Owens has been quite sick for some time and is slowly improving. Mrs. W. M. Pallas has been quite sick for a few days, out is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rambo were in Louisville, Friday. Miss Marie Rambo has returned home after a few days" visit with relatives at Lebanon Junction. y, - a.. RAKFR'S i MT. VERNON KENTUCKY .12 i We Greetest Sale Beg i j Bought' To Advise That We Have At a Discount Much Below Cost 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 Volutnns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling Event in FOR CASH A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and the History of the Trade. OUR STORE Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD AT A SACRIFICE paper, were we to name each item we have to offer you, so we must content ourselves by saying, "COME AND SEE." k would take this entire Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new and at nearly One-haPriee. SHOES and SLIPPERS at eLss than Cost to make up. Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less. up-to-d- ate 1 lf 1 i DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CURED "My attention was first called to Chamberlain's Colic Lholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as much Boo. as twelve years ago. At that time I was seriously ill with summer complaint. One doje of this remedy checked the trouble" writes Mrs. C. W. Flor:::::.. ence, Rockfield, Ind. For sale Z:zT"a..aaaaaaaGOoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai a 1:!! by All Dealers. mti..9vvQ9wa&i9999www9m9mmmmm9n9mmnmmmmmmm99mm9 Our Motto? "SELL IT FOR LESS y&&$3? I MT. VERNON KENTUCKY e.. iirjiMiiiiiiiiiiniiii.itii .a aa.aaa aiitieitieasaatitiititiBiiiaaeii(tti(iMtitttititiiiiii4litia m Scaffold Cane. A VISIT TO THE TRACHOMA D. Thorn psoh out from Garrard HOSPITAL, LONDON, KY. nninber of sufferers from "Trabuying cattle.- choma'' or bad eves, here in this John Owens moved back from Last Sunday, while filling my ... was ft BAKER'S a ' Asserts She Afraid undergone a wondenul change. My sleep became restful and my 1 Virginia: t Jake Pike has a new boy at b is Pine Hill home. Bal Chumley burried at Pine Hill. E. M. Denney begins distilling Jany. 1st. Thomas G. Lawrence on sick list. Holdams mill, Bee Lick burned. A. E. Albright clerking for Perkins Bro's, Bee Lick, during absence of J. B. Perkins. Charles Melvin, died at Lily, burried at Brodhead. Robt. Bray and family visited at Wabd. J. B. Livesay went to P. D. Colyers to see A. W. Bart, Conway, shipt 800,000 feet tlumber during .the, year. Average price $13 per r -- ' thousand. '. A blindfold walking match for turkeys took place at Conway. Lots f uu. - 1 CHAMBERLAIN'S LINIMENT If yon are ever troubled with aches, pains or soreness of the muscles you will appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment. Many sufferers from rheumatism and sciatica have used it with the best result. It is especially-valuoblfor lumbago and lame back. For sale by ah Dealers. . -- rr I engagement at the Presbyterian church, of London, Ky., I was afforded the pleasure of a visit to and through the above hospital. I was conducted by Dr. John McMullen, Surgeon, United States Public Health Service, and what I saw and he"ard impressed me so forcibly, that I feel prompted to give all the publicity I can, to this humanitarian movement. I feel that the people ot Rockcastle Nature and Prevention" written do not know just what this hos- by Dr. John McMullen, for free pital means, and what the mission distribution, and shall be glad to is, and since it is so closely situ- let you have thein. You may get ated to. our county, I am really them at the office of the Mt. Verhoping that all non Signal, or by calliug at the will take advantage of its pres Manse. ence. I talked with a number of rev. J. M. Macmillan. the patients who had just come out of the operating room, and they spoke uwprds of highest FOR FLETCHER'S the treatment praise, not but a'so of the courtesy received at the hands of the hospital staff. CHAMBFRLAIN'S COLIC, I saw one woman from our county CHOLERA AND DIARwho had .spent a few days and RHOEA REMEDY taken the treatment. She left as "I advised the 'boys' when happy as could be, and declared to me that she was almost blind and they enlisted tor the Spanish war Colic Chamberlain's had to be led about. When she to take and Diarrhoea Remedy Cholera, left-thhospitil she went tripping with them, and have received down the walk, like a school girl. many thanks for the advise There are no charges for this given", writes J. H. Houghland treatment, nothing in the way of Eldon, Iowa, "No person wheth-e- r traveling or at home should be board or room, everything is 'en withdut.this great remedy.' Tor s" tirelyfr.ee; jI" know there are a sale by AU Dealers; 1 "eye-sufferers- county, and at the recommendation of every physician in town, and upon the further recommendation of my own personal observations, while at the London hospital, I would urge it upon every one needing the assistance of the hospital to get into communica tion with Dr. McMullen, and re ceive the benefit so generously offered. I have a number of brief publications on "Trachoma", its oi Shadow Miss Underhill Says Tan-lac Has Relieved Her of Nervousness. appetite reappeared. "Realy" she laughingly added "I ate so ravenously that I was afraid my board bill would be raised". Tanlac, the premier preparation is now on sale in Mt. Vernon at the Drug Store of Chas. C. Davis and can also be obtained at the Central Drug Co., Livingston and Jobn Robins Drug Store Brodhead, Ky. " djT Children Cry CAS TO Rl A e Louisville, Ky., "I was so LIGHTNING AND TREES. nervous I actually was afraid of What to do in case of lightning: my shadow," Miss Christine "Run for a house not a barn. Underhill assistant manager of Once inside a house, stay there. the soda fountain at the Herman By actual count, it is fourteen Straus Company's store, this times as safe as outdoors, city, told friends recently when "Outdoors, it is another tale, relating her experience with Tan-la- for there you may be crazy enough the premier preparation. to seek shelter under trees. had alj sorts of hallucinations Dou't misunderstand me when I "I and worried about all kinds of j tell which trees are most dangertrifles," Miss Uuderhill continued ous all are danperon! nnTifaf "I knew that I was suffering from and my only object is to drop a excessive nervousness and was in hint to people who are about to a terribly rundown condition. pitch a tent in the woods and who I tried many medicines without consequently, nsK oeing caught being benefited. I finally decided out at night and unable'to run for their lives. With the proportion to try Tanlac. of hits indicated, the list follows: To say that 1 was benefited ' Oaks, 54; poplars, 24; elms, 14 would be expressing myself in walnuts, 11; firs, 10; willows, 7; .00 mild a manner. I was aston- pines, 6; ashes, 6; pears, 4; ished at the result. After taking cherries, 4; apples, 2, birches 1. only a few doses I noticed a markCliil&-re.CJry y My entire ed improvement. nervous 'system seemed to have c, I n eAS.TORIA ( X V .4 ttmau '.Itj1?' inii mua rJGO TO IT KNOX. Business and financial interests depositors and stockholders of VERNON SIGNAL diplomatic achievement of the United States in a generation". The conditions reported from! of the city were greatly interested tne state Bal,k were llls0 reques'- It is that and more. The victory Knox county in which a mass by the announcement made Tues- - ed to do business with the latter Friday, Sest. 10, 19.15 is a brilliant victory for the United meeting of citizens is said to have day morning of a merger of the bank. States, but the consequences ex- joined isue with the Fiscal Court business of the State Bank and Officers of both br.nks expressed Published every Friday by tend far beyond national bounda- and the Circuit Judge has in- Trust Company with the first tne opinion that the arrangement EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ries The President has help structed the grand jury to inquire National Bank of Stanford. Ne-- . made would be of mutual international law. He has into the letting of contriots goes gotiations. pending for several not oulv to the interests . of the $I.O again made it a living and com far to explain why the new road UBSCRIPTION ONE YUA.R days, were brought to a success- two banks but the stockholders pelling force in the afiairs ol a law has taken such wide and ful conclusiou Monday night, and as well. Advertisihg rates maae know en world. He has dem- strong hold on the people of Ken- on Tuesday morning the First While the full details ot the aronstrated that, even in the midst tucky. Under the old system or, National took over the deposits rangement have not been fully application of a conflict that seemed to have rather, lack of system, the Fiscai and accounts of the State Bank & worked out it was of the opinion turned law into anarchy, certain Court could "do as it d ed Trust Company and transferred of the majority of the Board of fundamental principles remained pleased " The power was not in- all business to the office of the the State Bank that it would be MEMBER OF that even the mightiest military frequently exercised. Under the First National on Main Street. advisable to later on dispose ot KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION power known to human history present system, the head of the State Banking Commissioner its building and fixtures, and lor could not continue to ignore. State Commission of Roads is Tnomas J. Smith and Deputy the present the affairs of the This is the president's victory, officially and directly responsible Commissioner Rankin Revil. of Ibauk will be carried on at the and it is a victory shared by the if the money voted bv the counties Frankfort, came over Monday First National American people whose loyal sup- for State aid roads is not intelli- night and on The First National has for Tuesday, checked port and splendid common sense gently and honestly expended. many years been one of the the paper and business of the made it possible. His trust in Knox county some six months State bank over to the First strongest banking institutions in The road situation in Rockcas him. ago voted a bond issue of $250, Natioral. Col. Smith said that Central Kentucky and by this By the successful use of peace- 000. No work has been done on "is confidently expected tie stands today something like accoi ding to his view the consoli- merger it this: The bonds have been sold ful method in bringing the Gov- the roads for the reason that no dation was a splendid move for a further increase its usefulness on two occasions In one instance ernment to the American definit- satisfactory contract has been both institutions and would result as a sane, safe and conservative the buyer failed to come up with ion of neutral rights, the United let, the State Commissioner of in making the Frst National Bank banking house. It is one of the the money. In the other case the States has gained a new prestige Roads refusing his approval until which will continue the business oldest banks ia the state and has Fiscal Court saw where money that could not have been won by the requirements of the State aid at its old stand one ot the stron- enjoyed an honorable and succould be saved by not complet- rushing blindly into war, no law are met. The issue has thus gest and best banking institutions cessful career for almo st halt a ing the sale. Negotiations are on matter what our ships and our been fairly joined and fhe taxpay- in this part of the state. Col. century. Interior Journal. foot with other parties for the armies might have done in battle. ers of Knox, it appears, are stand- Smith Mr. M. B. Salin, former Cashier stated that he found the sale ol bonds which will probably This is a moral triumph which ing with Mr. Terrell. business of the State Bank & of the Peoples Bank, was the be consumated within a short in the circumstances surpasses in It was almost inevitable that in Trusc Company such that all cashier of the State Bank & Trust its permanent value to mankind the revolutionary change worked depo.iitci.i time. nd creditors are Co., and Mt. Walter C. Smith In reference to the suit pending anything that might have been by the present law, such an issue amply secured and protected was assistant cashier, both splen in court here, instituted by some achieved by force. It has been should arise. It is well for Knox the terms of the merger, andunder did gentlemen and good business conmisguided persons, it is not be- gained because the President county and the State that it is so sequent liquidation of the busi- men. himself to bo openly joined. lieved will have any effect on sale never allowed ness of the State bank. Col. of bonds from fact that court of swerved by the war-a- t anypnee There never has and there Smith appointed Cashier H. C. e appeals has passed upon the bond extremists or the never will be anv trouble in Ken haughman, of the First National it Vaporize" Croup extremists, but held stead- tucky in gettting all the money aa election and declared it legal Special Deputy Banking ComCold Troubles When this case was called for fastly to his course. needed to build roads if the citi- missioner to represent the State Thanks to his firmness and zens are assured that their money trial in August term of court here Banking DepaJtment. Vapor treatments for cold troubles ara there was some legal technacality tenacity of purpose, a code of law will be spent honestly. To this By notice posted at the State better than internal medicines, as the va- built up by the slow processes of character of expenditure the State which allowed the parties who Bank and Trust Company Tues - . Eor3 carr7 tha medication direct to the brought the suit three days with- civilization throughout the cen- Department is committed The day morning the depositors of that the stomach. in which to answer some of the turies remains to govern the re- Times is glad to know that Mr. Waen Vick's Salve Is appapers filed by defense Court mains to govern the relations of TerreJ is going to see the fight institution were directed to draw plied over the throat and chest, these vapors, released by body, are adjourned two days after this, nation with nation. Thanks also in Knox through to the finish and their checks on the First National inhaled with each the heat of the to $1.00. 25c. Bank and likewise all persons XUE.QENUINZ breath. TRADE MARK. M43 THIS therefore the cae was obliged to to his firmness and tenacity of that the people in Knox are with holding checks on the State Bank purpose, the Republic siands be him. Louisville Times. go over until next term. The & Trust Company were directed people were expecting the case to fore the world as the great guard to present them to the First be tried and dismissed this court ian and protector cf that law. Ni tional Bank for payment. The but old ' technicality" stept in and EVERY HOME NEEDS A continued it. For Infants and Children. The fact that the court of apFAITHFUL COUGH AND The Kind You Have Always Bought peals has ruled and declared the COLD REMEDY SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Bears the election valid will successfully act When seasons change and colds Signature of as a bar to the pending suit when appear when you first detect a it reaches a trial. cold alter sitting next to one who has sneezed, then it is that a tried SREK1FES SALE. Peter Lee Atherton, Presi- and tested remedy should be faith12th fully used. ' I never wrote a By virtue of order directed to dent Jackson Highway Associatestimonial tion, Louisville, in correspondence positively before, but, I know me. which issued from the Clerk's that myself and family ROUND TRIP FROM JUNCTION CITY with the President of Boone Way Dr. King's New Discovery is the office of the Rockcastle Quarterly Associaiion, this place says: remedy we ever used Court, in favor of I. P. H. Drum ! best cough SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. "So far as I can see at thistime and we have tried them all." mone against John Overbav, I, or 5oq. and Sl.oo one of my deputies, will on the there will be no contest for the Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars 27th day of September, 1915. be location of the Jackson Highway WITHERS Lexington and tween the hours of 9 o'clock a ra. between here and ,fcet Agent !. C. KING, Pass' I can see no possible objection to C. E. Mullins is in the western and 3 o'clock p.m. it being regu lar County Court day, at .lohn to the Boone Way and Jackson part of the county this week. 101 East Main c jngton, Ky. Highway using the same road, the Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Daughterty Overbay's. 2 miles sotnh of Liv marking for one road could be put have returned from Berea where ingston, Rockcastle county, Ken on one side and for the other on they visited their daughter Mrs. tucky, expose at public sale to the the other side. We will all work Allen and other relatives. Frank highest bidder the following proptogether to make the road as good Carpenter is very sick- at this erty (or so much thereof as may as possible for everybody who writing. Dr. Carnelius, of Berea, be necessary tosatisfv the amount goes over it." is the attending physician. Miss- of Plaintiff's debt, interest and IX RICHMOND, KY. J es Nell and Grace Bullock, of cost), to wit: One yoke of cattle, Lincoln county has 2oo miles Gauley; were the guests of Misses one engine, saw mill, one boiler, i; JNMIH A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS I III of turnpike and 600 miles of dirt Sallie and Ada Mullins Saturday one engine and boiler, one set of Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kenroad On Sept. 18th. they hold and Sunday. grist rocks, one shingle saw frame, tucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new an election on the question of Miss Lilhe Mullins spent Satur- boiler and edger. Amount of deft model school, new manual training building, practice issuing bonds to the amount of day night with Miss Martha 112 56 with interest from Januschool, department of agriculture, a well equipped gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begins . S130 000 for road purposes. The Parks. School September 7. Second Term November 16. Third Term Levied upis getting along ary 1, 1915 aud co-tJanuary 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens Interior Journal hasn't declared well at this place with Miss Estill on as the propeity of John Over-bay- . . June 14, Catalogue Free. j. G. CRADBE, Preitdent.tf for or against the proposition, but Mullins as teacher. Mrs. Thos. throws its columns open to the. Anderson who has Terms: Sale will be made on a been sick for people for discussion. the past five months is some bet- credit of three months, bond with ter at this time. Crops are very approved security required bearPEACE WITH HONOR good in this part. Misses Fannie ing interest at the rate of six per Wynn and Pearlie Anderson were cent per annum from day of sale, . Is The Great Achievement of guests of Miss Lillie Mullins last and having the force and effect of Friday night. President Wilson's AdminisMartha a judgment. of London, will be in Brodhead, This 31st day of August, 1915. Parks, of Ida May, who has been tration The Greatest in Cam Mullins. Sheriff R.C. with her sister, Mrs. Ben Mullins Monday, A Generation, Says 6, 1915, for the past two months has reChief Justice White Carter. Office with Dr. turned home. Miss Maggie Mul We lins has been on the sick list for (Editorial from New York World) a few days. There will be serHighest Cash Prices Paid Dr Pennington will be prepared to do all kinds President Wilson's patient but vices at Red Hill Saturday and .unyielding devotion to vital 'prin- Sunday conducted b" Rev. Pon- If you have any good Black Walnut tim- of high-cla- ss Dentistry reasonable prices, and ciples of law and humanity has der. Mrs. Fred Mullins has re- ber on your place which you would like to convert into spot cash at the office one week and will Drt brought peace with honor out of turned from Level Green where market price, write at once statinghighest will be numthe German crisis. she spent a week with her moth- ber, size and thickness of logs you could also be there one week of each thereaf filed by er, Mrs. Price. The memorandum furnish and at what R. R. shipping point. Count von BernstorfF with SecreSay, what has gotten the matter C.C. Uingel&Bro.Co.lnc, Louisville, Ky. Call Monday, September 6, 1915, and make tary Lansing is a complete ac- with all the correspondents? ceptance of the American case on Seems like they are lazy here of THE NEXT BEST THING TO engagements for the week the part of the German Govern- late. I would be glad to read a THE PINE FOREST FOR ment. 'The guarantee is specific: letter from every correspondent COLDS IS Liners will not be sunk by the remainder of the year. Wm. Honey Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r B1 our submarines without warnAnderson is still a candidate for which goes to the very root of ing and without safety of the matrimony. Ben Mullins has re- oold troubles. It clears the throat prolives of noncombatants, turned from Jackson county where and gives relief from that clogged and stuffed feeling. The pines vided the liners do not try to he has been at work for the past have ever been the friend ol man m ri li escape or offer resistance. Our line of Couch uasKeis ; & AA A three weeks. Mrs. Jones Durham in driving away colds. Moreover W i This pledge embodies the most and daughters, Misses Hallie, the pine-hone- y qualities are pe- tit JaJJLaV. is unexcelld NKflfSfi&lHMSidHfitt' essential rules of naval warfare Martha and Sudie and Miss Ollie culiarly effective in fighting Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished I Hi a Hill ) for which Remember that rtt the United States Gov- Roberts attended the London Fair children's colds a cold broken at the start greatly if Hearse sent to all parts of ernment has contended since the last week. removes the possibility of compli- n u l v nimmimvmyT5m3 Imperial Government issued its the County. cations. 25c. war-zon- e "La.v. decree in February. It JtfftrsorrSehoof All orders by Wire PromptlyFiUed safeguards the rights of neutrals for which the United States has COJfPLETE TWO TEAR COURSE, de. FOR FLETCHERS rree LL..B. 11th year ODens Oct. 3. See contended. ond term. Jan. S. PreDarcs for ban la allrtatee. AcceHtoUeoarttaBdtUrge Bureau. Tuition Chief Justice White describes libraries. rllTpaTb4e. For FREE catalorueand MT. VERNON, KY, M Phone 94-oandSoBio tfxll Duotone Etching of Germany's surrender to the Pres- TLomai Jelfaraon ready to trama, writ FflR PIPTHIIFD'S " w IJH ident's demands as "the greatest isujmroNraot.SKt.MK ?,llXB' - ML 1 U My, How Good It Smells" and is good, too. war-wreck- Yes, and it looks good, and' tastes good, There is no doubt about the goodness of bread baked from Morning Star Flour. The beautiful crust and the rich aroma tell the story of perfect loaf. Your money back if not satisfied. a I peace-atany-pric- or Rockcastle Ming Incorporated Co, C. T. RIDDLE I BRODHEAD, KY. "Vap-O-Ru- WMKH CASTdRIA VICK'SSSALYE tZZ &s CINCINNATI Sunday, MP RETURN HTMBe;R Hlr JMy b25 tSr PemlfigtonrUMC Rifles and Cartridges SI. 30 1 high-pow- er for Real .22 Sport Remington-UMC C. in the IN the .22 caliber as sportsman your shrewd where to stop short of rim-fir- his rifle and cartridges for results. And when you start to be critical, there's Slide-Acti- selects no- Made in Single Shot model in model, with the famous Reminuton-UMsolid tree h and now. the Autoloading model that successfully hand - IS e cartridges xithout reloading. Kerr.initon Autoloading For real .22 sport, set your rifle and cartridges from the dealer who displays the Red Ball ilarkof Remingtan-USt-- - HmUpV 5 ls2S2S2yJr,Vi your home dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky Sold by Remln gton Building Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Co. (233 Broadway) New York City I'M m 1 ,). . . . j . .... ......... v mw 9a... am'" 9s. 3.... ..................o.....e...S!.. BlAaatAMMaAAAAAAAAliaa ,. : .AAA. : 2o... e.. ... CHAS. C- - aff Dr, M. A. PENNINGTON DENTIST Sept 90. . .. DAVIS Le a ding Druggist a a a aa at) aa) iss MT. VERNON. KY. 9S.. Want Walnut Lois W. R w Articles Toilet E at 3a. 9a. a... at Cartels month ten tint' a.9a - mm ... ............... ........ . ... . ....a.... .................................... .. a aaaaj a a UNDERTAKES Si te3$3Z&X& ... , - and Cosmetics, and to the old folks with all kinds of reconstructive tonic-ansystem builders. d cater to the young folks with a complete line of "99 -- a aa) aa) as aa as a as -- a a CHAS. C. DAVIS She Home of TflNUAC 'Phone No. 39 ' ... .aa aa aa m aa aa mm mm m a aa aaaaaaaaaaaaaar aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa it..tiitiitiiiiii it aaaaaa Occ3eD383& GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Brodheadx Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled CI iJIMsMmSmm Children Of BSuasaaML Self-hel- p o ASTORIA . CASTOR Children Cry W. A. COX,- 3C S k V ? - . - t . iViim :v in Vim as imMi'IH '. MT: VERNON 1 tMi I .rBui - SIGNAL 1q 19 15 Mt. Vernon, Ky, Sept. rr y "No. 79" wnenT7Q wan toComraunl- - Jy SIGNAL cats up with 'JCOU kSVILLC & N ASHVILLC R. R. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 nortn 24 nortu 23 south 5-4 Pm 3:5G am a ro n:39 12:13 2i South Phone No. 8. am Rowland between trains yesterday. W. R. McClure was in London. Wednesday, to see the big circus-Mr- . and Mrs. Henry Bowman returned Monday from a week's stay in Owslev co'imy. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson were up from Brodhead Sunday with thpir daughter, Mrs.F, L. Durham who has typhoid. U. G. Baker was able to come to his store Monday for the first time in over a month. Mr. Baker certainlv shows the effect of a trying siege of typhoid. LOCAL R. V. Langford has fever. J. J. Lawrence was up from When it'rains Fish's reign supreme. rain coats Wedding bells are ringing loud around Hansford and Wabd. On Aug. 31st. 1863 host mined all uncut tobacco in Kentucky. tn Pictures enlarged Free for cash trade at Fish's. Ask about it. Sure crop of winter oats for sale Go cts. per. bushel. Sept. io-G. C. Fish, 3 A Plain Talk to You Mr. Clothes-Buy- er At this time of the year many chances are offered you to secure clothing, fur. nishing goods and the like, at cut prices. There is a certain limit to which prices may be cut and honest legitimate values given Beyond this limit one of two things must be true, either the original price was exorbitant, or the value of the article offered has depreciated Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Veniou, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s PERS0N AL Get your new Stetson at Fish's. Let Fish do your developing and printing Thev do it quick. Tomorrow is Decoration Day at the Maret Graveyard near Wildie. For Salk: Two go.jd cows and two calves. Don't ii" d and will sell right. Call on 0 write Edgar Mullins or Win. MnHius, Mt. Vernon. L. & N. EXCURSION liA TICS. Round trip to Louisvillt 4 10, Sept. 2.5, Sept. 28,, Oct 2 and days. Oct. 7, limited to thre Ra--Ace unt Fall .Vteting, Douglas Park Joel ey Club and Chuichill Downs. e Mrs. R. L. Brittonaud little son P. M. Rash and CharleY Nicely William, are with relatives in were in the Pongo section buying " hogs this week. Somerset. Joe McKenzie was in Lancaster Tom Proctor and D. C . Price and Preachersville on business have changed houses and lots and first of week. have already moved. Adams, U. G. Baker ana Willie Marriage license were issued little Henry Nicely are all able to Wednesday to Lester Clark and be out againg. Miss Delia Ballinger of the John- C. Bullen and John Dotson etia section. J. of the Wildie section, were in For Rent: Dwelling on Main town Tuesday. street, the Dr. Davis residence. Little Robert Edward Mullins For further information apply to was verv sick first of the week W. T. Davis. Sept. but is better now. Buy the Lump Coal that co-Miss Jo Davis visited the family tains penty of Oil and Gas. Liber of her brother. S. N. Davis, at al terms. Lee Mullins, .Lancaster this week . Livingston, Ky 8 2? 3t. n Ser ices at Christian Church for Sunday Sunday School 9:45 1 1 a. m. Preaching service 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor The evening service at eight o'clock will be a union service at the Presbyterian church, the dis course delivered by Mr. Mac- millian. Which do you want to buy Prices or Clothing? The answer is up to you ? THINK I ? ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COLT SOLD FOR HANDSOME PRICE. Mrs. Ruckor, ot the Buckeye section, sold a fine mare colt sired by C. A. Davis' harness and sad-li- e stallion "Fire Chief", No. 3694 This youngster was crated and sent by express to Mr. Goodman Our Fall Goods Are Arriving Daily. WHEN THEY ARE ALL IN YOU WILL SEE SOME OF THE BEST THINGS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN EVER OFFERED IN THIS SECTION AT LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES SOME OF THE GOOD THINGS ARE it. k r Rev. J. G. Sowards preacues at Buckeye the 4th. Saturday uight Roberts' Stock Farm of Wash and Sunday and at Rose Hill the burn, Tenn. Stockmen will take 2nd. Saturday night and Sunday notice to well bred stuff. in every mouth. A Rockcastle County Equal C. A. Wheeldon has .sold his Suffrage League was organized in interest in the Cox k Wheeldon Mt. Vernon last week with a Barbershop to Chris Mullins membership of 87. Mullins & Cox have combined and Pres. Mrs. John Brown. Wheeldon will leave for Chicago. Sec Treas Mrs. Edd Gentry. League was organized followUotice was received here Wed nesday. announcing the death oi ing an address by Mr. W. T. Mrs. W. T. Brooks, of Paris Marsh, of Lawrenceburg, Ky. Mrs, Laura Clay, of Richmond, Mrs. Brooks was Miss Helen Jop vill speak here in the near lin. daughter of the late J. L organized and future on the State Joplln. Equal suffrage. The exact date will leave in a few weeks for Mrs. Johnson, widow of the to be announced later. Uarrisburg. 111., to spend the win late R. M. Johnson, died Sunday M. A. Vanzant, the Cooksburg Iter and return about April 1st. at her home on. Adams stree' merchant was in town Tuesday jEdgar Mullins has been promot- after an illness of several months ed to General Sales Man for The burial took place at the Live-sa- aid reported everything quiet irj. 1 business way, but like nearly WiStern Kentucky for the Calu-nburying ground. very other community of the Baking Powder Co., of Board has past an county, lots of sickness. He reThe Town Chicago. ordinance limi'ing the speed ot ports Will Creech who had tyJ. J. Brown was in from Level automobiles and mortorcycles to phoid, some better; Mrs, Creech Gren yesterday and looking I2 miles per hour while running is very low with the same disease. muck improved since his recovery Mr. Vanzant liar been associated from a very severe attack of ia the srreets of Mt. Vernon. his brother in the mercantile Among the ten thousand quest rnoumatism. business in the past, but in the John Fields, one of the ' most ions old Cull askt when he was ? future he will be alone. Mr. that small boy was this one when he welc me traveling men Vanzant, ie a good, safe business Mt. Vernon; was here made the inquiry of a neighbor: man and we are glad to know has Wednesday selling the excellent "How far can a cat spit? made a reasonably good success jprcduct of his mill. Did you fcttow that a watch face in his business. William G. Falin, a Rockcastle or dial has no letters vl or figure Uncle Mart Falin , living near bov who is making good with the 6 to denote the hour ot Look and you will dis- Sparks Quarry died Tuesday eveL. &. A. K. R. at Heidelberg, has ning and was buriea at the family been with his people at Pine Hill cover that the space at that point burying ground near tho home is occupied by the second hand. for a week or more. He had been an nctivo man until Mrs. W. L. Richards Ins reGeorge Payne, who has been about tbe first of this year when turned from a visit to Lockland, pitching for the Warren, Pa., Base he became afflicted with a cold Ohio, bringing little Elizabeth Ball Club, is home on account of and poor circulation of the blood Furnish, her niece, with her, who his brother Henry being sick which caused his death. He had Memori?l Two of the last games he pitched will enter Langdon been a member of the Baptist School. were one with Erie which he won church for about 65 years. This Mrs. J. J. Lawrence and pretty 6 to o fanning 6 and only allowing js the first death in his immediate litMe daughter, Miss Mary Eliza 9 hits, the other was won from family or any of his defendants. beth Lawrence, of Mt. Vernon, Hornell 2 tc o, fanning ir and He was married about 5a years are spending a week with the only allowing 3 hits. ago in Virginia to Julia Campbell hus"band and father here. Interior The Graded Srhoolopened Mon who with only One son, William Journal. day under the most promising Falin survive him. During the A letter from Judge R. G. conditions for a great and success Civil war he was" a Confederate Williams, of Covington, announc- f ul year. Cooperation means suc- soldier. ing that their three year old son, cess and if the faculty pets the Richard 111 had been bitten by hearty support of the patrons, McFarland Memorial his own little poodle, which was we may expect the greatest re Presbyterian Church afterwards found to be infected sults. The Mt. Vernon Graded with rabies, has caused much School is an accredited school, Sabbath School lo a. m. anxiety among Mt. Vernon rela- which speaks for those in charge Superintendent A B. Furnish. tives and triends as to what the In this connection we feel that it Classes for all ages. result will be. The little fellow is appropriate to say to those who Divine Worship 11 a." m. is under the Pasteur treatment, may from time to time find fault C. E. Society 7 p. m. which has proven successful in with the school or with some par- Divine Worship. Union almost every case where used, at ticular teacher, first know who is Service 8 p. m. the very first. in fault,.jvhether it is your child The congregation from the Robert Fish, the youngest son or the teacher. We know from Christian church, will meet us, of Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fish, re- past experience that nine hundred and hold the regular monthly times out of a union service. Rev. H. T. Young ceived notice Tuesday that he had and ninety-nin- e thousand, it is the child. If the will assist in the service. won the free trip to the State Fair, on the boy corn contest for child does not study at home and Sermon by Rev. J. M. Macmillan k prayer and praise serRockcastle county. This includes the parents do not compel him to a free trip in every way and while do so, what will be the result? vice, held every Wed. 3:30 p. m. there will be the guest of the U Parents do your duty and see to it All of the above services are S- - Agricultural department, which that your child does its duty and free and every member of the was recently added to the list of you will be sumrised to find how community, all friends and gifts to those who make special few complaints you will have to strangers, are always cordially inefforts and succeed in corn row- make against the school. The vited to attend. The doors of ing.This shows what the boy people should be and are proud of our church, are open, as wide as ..jean.. do who tries. Robt. is to be tbe Graded School and the more the doors of Heaven, and we bid fnnrryat nlo.a'l nnt- fnr Viic crnnA support'the school gets from "the you welcome. Come next Sun1UCB, as some youiu say duu 101 patrons; the greater will be the day and see if we really mean it. Rev. John M . Macmillan. .the esult of his splendid efforts. result. : g, y et h six-o'cloc- Roberta Purcell spent Monday and Tuesdaj7 at Marets-burwith her cousin Miss Angie Hunt. L. G. Falin, of Louisville, was liome during the week to attend the funeral of his grandfather. Uncle MartFahn. Mrs. Sykan Bordes and little daagbter, Hazel, of Brodhead, are with her rarents, Dr. and Mrs. VV. T. Frances. Judge Ballard, W. T. Davis, and Win. Mullins spent Wednesday and Thursday with friends in the Eastern part of the county. Mr. and Mrs. lerome Adams Miss 1 Fish's S15 Special Suits Star Brand Shoes Phoenix Hosiery Cheney Silk Ties Boys' Wooley Boys Suits Cooper's Union Suits Monarch Shirts Wool Sweaters OUR PLAN OF SELLING FOR SPOT CASH ENABLES US TO GIVE 'YOU MORE THAN OTHER STORES WHERE THEY CHARGE IT Come In and See What a Little Cash Will Do. H 3 ras b BT SLEADmO M 1 II II Cl&0k KY. VERNON, KENTUCKY THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR CASH I I '.1 There are lots of good shoes, Effective September 1, 19151 paragraph 2, Section 488, P. L. but Star Brand shoes aie better. mi &.R.. of the Postal Laws and Round trip ticket to Louisville Regulations is amended to read as or 4 00 Sept. 13 to 18 limited to follows: Sept 22nd. Account Kentucky Fourth class mail shall not State fair. 2. be registered, but may be insured against loss in amount equivalent to its actual value, but not to exceed $5 in any one case, on payment of a fee of 3 cents; not to ex ceed 25 on payment of a fee of 5 cents; not to exceed $50 on payment of a fee of 10 cents, or not to exceed $loo on payment on a fee of 25 cents, in addition to the postage, both tobb prepaid by stamps affixed; but indemnity will not he allowed in case of loss of such mail addressed to the Philippine Islands, unless the loss occurred in the postal service of the United States. provides that This amendment the following indemnity will be paid for loss of insured parcels on and after September 1st, lgl5. fee value Covered by a up to $5. fee Value Covered by a up to 25. Covered by a fee Value up to $50. Covered by a fee Value up to $loo. nt 10-cent .. n n ti n ii n i n ri t ii i iiii P"i " i'n nrfw ii mi irfi iw i7" III! X This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before Teachers examination will be held the third Friday and SaturTeachers day in September. office headquarters make my I shall be glad meet you and have a talk with to you anytime. Mrs. W. A. B. Davis, County Supt. when in town. lou T,rir Vernon Your Business 1 And Is Prepared To Care For It. 5555c3855 0 Mid-wee- 25-ce- nt Rpuad trip ticket to Lexington for 2.45 Sept 9th. limited 3 days. On account of Fall Race Meeting Kentucky Association. Round trip to Lexington for $3.15 Sept. 11 and: 164imited td three daysi Account, of Fall Race Meeting oi Kentucky. Association. the takes Dr. Becquerel ground that life is no more than the exceedingly complex working of physical chemical . protoplasmic organisms, which are determined by their in- I'll cessant relations, their continual M.t- exchanges with elements of matter and different forms of energy. Correct. That's been our to these many years. OLDEST MINISTER IN U. S. Pulaski will vote once more, The Rev. Ezra Campbell is said within next 60 days on a road of the Indica to be the oldest minister bond issue of 200,000. United States, if tions are that the issue will carry I Gospel in the not in the world. Recently he overwhelmingly. celebrated his one hundred and "Why does your wife dry the ninth birthday at the home' of his clothes in the cellar now? That grandson, Emory Campbell, of isn't healthy is it?" , Floyd county Ky. tell you the truth Dunno. To Mr. Campbell was born in what daughter is, wearing so little that is now Wise county, Va.. and lived mother is. ashamed to hang the there until he was past 50 years stuff in the yardf" (Judge. 1 of age. He then moved to Ken tucky and has lived there since. He is a member of the Baptist FOR FLETCHER'S church and is riow the' pastor of, liaS Peoples Bank Kentucky He has been three churches. preaching for 79 years and is as young in action as most men are 1 con-tenti- on at 75. Besides being the oldest preacher he holds the record of East Kentucky as the marrying parson. In the past year he united over 2oo couples in the bonds of ChiTdredi Cry matrimony. Friends of the old man have tried to persuade him to stop preaching and live in a gniet way, but he says that he, wants "to die in the services oft' God. CAbaVttIA J ' .v " - -- rn - " 'TTv - ' - -- " Trt1rjtfVrv:, '. ifriffWuiftunrfimi iitotaiirMiirf-i'i'l,rilitfniiiimilT- nil n limWrni'uiilm w tij)itfi7mr.rviM TJPSSJftBnmrf Children Cry for Fletcher's MARKTB'URG. i Annual Statement Mrs Thompsou continues about Regular Morning Train! From MT. VERNON all souiCfS by the board of Mt. of a penny, get more practical Vernon Graced and High School help in her work than can the lrom July 1, 19 14 to Sept. 2nd. farmer s wife. All she has to do 1015ih to make her wants known to the Secretary of Agriculture, at Am't on deposit in Peoples Bank July 1st. 1914. $211 74 Washington, tell what is troubling her, and in nine cases out of Am't received from Sheriff for general purposes 2222 92 ten a primed pamphlet or book written by authorities such as Am't received' from Supt. of Schools I952 64 only the mean and resources of a Am't of tuition' received 3943 Government cm command, is sent to her by next mail gladly Total am't received $17i6 j'6 and without the slightest cust. Nor are these dry or technically-exoreSbeAm't of Expenditure pamphlets: all who can from Tuly I I914 2 19 15. read can understand ihem. And Sept. $14 40 the subjects touch upon practicb. T Proetor for work 6 Is ally every phase of a woman s Willie Hayes tor coal Just consider Peoples bank int. on note 42 00 hie on a farm. A. Landrum age , freight 3 58 these subjects, to each of which J. 18 00 is devoted a- - separate pamphlet S. T. Proctor for work or book from a dozen to a huu-dre- d G. A Davis for taking pages, and these are ony a census and 13 gal. floor oil 25 50 few: the care ot 1 46 hastily-selecte- d f. A Landrum agt freight tood in the farmhouse; incubators Mt. V. Power Co.. for light 1 25 m farming; renovasion ot 1 i9 model J. A. Landrum agt. freight ATTORNEY-AT-I.Aworn-ou- t soils; how to make Teachers Salaries for nine w MT. VERNON. KY. months 3G54 9O maple sugar: the home vegetable JtOFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor fo Janitors' service for nine garden; how to raise hogs successThe Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church ISO 00 fully; how to raise chickens; or street. Special attention given months i hauling The Fourth of July, when we celebrate Mnr' 1 00 ducks, or squahs or fowl of an f to collections. the independence of our Nation is a description; how to giow hops, W. J. Sparks C '., for Phone No. 8o. good tune to think also of Financial fountains 3I 58 or corn, or peas, or onions, or 1 ndepeuden e. What are you going to celery, or potatoes; the home E. W. A. Rowles for desks do when you become old ? and seats 65 20 canning of vegetables: how to ru n Consider ihe great importance of a BETHURUM.&. LEWIS profit; cheese making 1 00 a larm for Harve Bowman hauling bank account and systematic dposits Attorneys at Law and butter making; tree planting; M. J. Miller forSos bu. while you are young and earning money. Now is just the time to start coal 80 00 every phrase of dairy woik; deOffices in Bethurum Bldg. an account with us and we daily invite scribing every form of pest or W. T. Sparks Co., for Will practice in all the Courts you to come in and open one. suppl-'e- s 8 58 insect and how to get rid of them, freight paid on per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts 75 raising sheep; bread-makinP. Krueger for lime how 4 65 to grow apples, U. G. Eaker for acct. pears, strawVV. M. Poynter for tin 1 80 berries; raspberries and practic Vernon of C. C. Davis for cash and ally every kind of fruit. And all HL Conover I1 5 00 these books are to be had absosupplies Ahrens & Ott Co., for lutely for nothing except a postmmn MT. VERNON, KY boiler section 95 5O age stamp to carry a letter o-o-- o $ Fron tRooms over Baker's - tore 7w Ahrens ic Ott Co., for m making your wants known. Phone 49-m& ft fire door liner & damper mm 2 i3 A WONDERFUL ANTISEPTIC m Harve Owens for cleaning Germs and infection aggravatt 1 Bo closets ailments aud retard healing 1 5O Stop thEt infection at once. Kill Marvels of Landscape, Sculpture and Architecture, Wonderful Exhibits H. C. Gentry for work E. S. Albright Ins. ou the germs and get rid of the For this purpose a sm Duiiuing at Huge Panama-Pacifi- c 5Y 50 poisons. International Exposition, San Francisco 16 00 gle application of Sloan's Lini E. S. Albright printing ment not only kills the pain out Ahrens & Ott Co., for LOW ROUND TRIP RATES AFFORD GREATEST OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME TO destroys the germs. This neuG 00 grates tralized infection aud gives nature TAKE WONDERFUL JOURNEY AND SEE FINEST DISPLAYS OF WORLD'S NATIONS w. M. LSioomer tor coal d 10 assistance by overcoming conges tion and gives a chance for the Wade Skidmore refund These pictures at best can indicate but feebly the indescribable marvels presented by the Panama-Pacifi- c Internafree and normal flow of the blood. 1 50 tuition tional expobition at San Francisco to which the people of all nations are thronging. Sloan's Linimeni is an emergency Forty-twforeign notions, and more than 80,000 individual exhibitors, representing every country on the globe, Mt. Vernon Power Co.,doctor and stuuld be kept con nave sent to this wonderful $50,000,000 show the best of their present-daachievements which are now displayed in 75 tanily on hand 25c. 50c. Tin the eleven colossal exhibit palaces and also in the buildings of the state and foreign group, the latter structures be- lights Will Langford ior coil ing built in most cases in a style of architecture characteristic of the state or nation represented. More than 14 95 $i.oo size contains six times a has been invested in the "Zone," the t much as the 25c. amusement street of this great fair, where the world's premier Mt. Vejnon Power Co., showmen are conducting the most wonderful and most original pure-fuand attractions ever assembled for light 1 5O for any celebration on earth Owens cleaning 9 In order to put the opportunity of seeing this most marvelous of all expositions within reach of the greatest num-oe- Herve of people the railroads have cut rates in half to and from San Francisco, and the hotel and restaurant associa- closets J. 00 GUIS tfBe tions of the city have agree to keep their schedule of prices down to normal figures. W. M. Mauis for coal 9 20 Complete information regarding this wonderful world's fair may- - be had free for the asking by addressing ManWill Langford lor coal 3 40 ager of the Bureau of Publications, Press Building, Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition, San Francisco, CaliAn excltulvo music 3 45 fornia, who will forward to any address a beautiful sixty-pag- e Pete Cummins coal Sept ember 7th. Combooklet, illustrated in colors, containing detailed inplete courses 1q I'laoo.Volce. formation regarding the glories of this great celebration and a complete description of the Panama Canal, Violin. OrganCello. Publlo 3 4o John Clontz coal School Music. Theory. WAtVA" Languages, classes In Pete Cummins coal 3 2O ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL ARCHITECTURAL SIGHTS History of Music. Ensemble Playing and Sight Reading. 3 2o Edd Fletcher ccal Twth vnmlftnfttnrtrmnnt.l. Diplomas Issued. Art 1st and student recital advantages. for girls. 3 30 Dormitory Coaiemtory Tuition low. For catalog address John Clonts coal ot Hailc. Box 4016, LnlSTille, Kr. Lonltvfle Up Langford coal 2 7o of Mt. Vernon, is visiting Miss Angle Hunt--Mis- s Kathie Houk spent a part of hst week with her (niece, Mrs dairies Chandler. I is visiting her parents, iMr. and Mrs. Wm. Houlc. Mrs Lela Hopkins,- - of Copper Creek, visiting friends here last week. Sorghum making will be the order of the day for o while. We are slad to see sunshine and fair Stations weather again. and School nt this place is nicely.- - -- The pupils who reRound Trip Railroad Fare $4 35. in the Cave for $5.50. ceived E grades last month are: Board at Hotel including Joe Hall, Ruby HoukWm. Wallea An. all expense two days outing for $9.85. and Thomas Wallen. Those i 5T Write or 'phone L. & tf. Agent for particulars. whose names entered on the roll Goldie Emeric, Anna of honor: Ruby Houk, Leon Houk Houston, m m Thomas alien, Thomas Sams, m oo-- o Km m John .Bouston, Sula Wallen m IMPORTANT. In no country in the world can Amount of money received from a fanner's uiie, without the cost THE DRY FALL TRIP. - SEPT. 21st s. Way ( d The Kind, You Have Always Bought, and '.hieh Las been in use for over SO years, lias borne the sijmattrre of ami lias been niauc "amlcr his pcr-tyt--sonal supervision since its infancy. Y, &CcuM Allow no one to deceive yon in this. are out All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Experiments that trifle iith and endanger the health of Infants aud Children Experience agaiust Experiment. Just-as-good" , , y Mooo m A FUND FOR 'C. Williams, Parea Castoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms For more than thirty years it and allays ITcverisliness bas liGcn in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach, and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural Sleep. '.The Children's Panacea The 3Iothcr's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, is harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS INDEPENDENCE &Z&& S &, &C4A4. NEWVOWK CITY. The End You Save Always BoiigM Sn Use Fop Over 30 Years COMMV THE CCNTAUH . mIj The Bank Mt. I ft&33gy.G$pa$p P Dentist S. J- mkmmss&mmLmL fi322 $ ftiz&cmy3&yt&y4 ii Prices Shot to Pieces M I -I :x A 2 gallon Jars 50-l- b 65c per doz. qt. Jars Pure Lard in 50cperdoz, cans $5.00 LOO Flour 75c, 90c and $ a sack o - EVERYTHING IS IN PROPORTION ,.; m. y $10,-000,00- 0 3,0C0-foo- mJML sight-seein- g n r L Comerfiforr I c KJtusic R, m Thfi Man Whn S. 'JETTTrade Wants the Farmers mm C? c; school-Op- ens Ilir-mon- r. Ik 9BE2&&3KSZ2&23&bI P 19 cH j - m g C. A. Davis for 15 gal. 4 50 go floor oil Mt. Vernon Power Co., light U. G. Baker acct. Mt. Vernon Power Co., NOTICE. sell out and One tarm situated one 1 50 mile nmth-eas- t of Mt. Verfcon. on 2 30 what is called the Town Branch. I have decided to west airs Hefes says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Ah'ils, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardiii, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I bean to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my house wo: k. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do ail my houseworF, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give rjjwSl light Harve Owens cleaning closets C. C. 1 1 Davis for cash and It contains 35 acres and is known s the George Decker farm The other is one and one half mile 00 noi th east of M t. Vernon, on the 5o hrs acct., . Mt. Vernon Power Co., for light J. B. Noe for paint and oil M. S. Ziegler for work 3 3.s 1 tains 30 50 will sell same branch and is known as the Adams Bryant Mill Place. It con 78' 5i 7 00 4o 5o 4 i2 2 70 acres. If sold at once at a bargain. Anyone wanting to buy, write me at n, Liv-ngsto- - t?i Ky. P8-2l-- tf sluggish flow of bile is what makes the world look so 'dark at times. Dr. King's New Lite mounting these pillars are beautiful figures of women gazing into an urn, expressive of Art and Beauty. Eric Eller-haus28 82 Pills go straight to the root ol is the designer of these groups. Over the foliage and forestation of the Fine Arts lagoon can be seen the Hall lor desks the difficulty by waking up the Dome of Philosophy and the grand central dome of the Palace of Education. 162 ictiou of the liver and increasing $466 1 Total Expeaces WHERE WORLD'S GREATEST PIPE ORGAN WILL BE HEARD the bile. Dr. King's New Life. Bal in Bank on General Pills cause the bowels to act Acct. $55 11 more freely and drive away those We,'also have in bank on deposit "moody days". 20c. a bottle. drawing 6 per. cent. 1064.50 with all interest ou bond paid to aate'. This fund is a sinking fund to meet tre bonds when due The abi ve statement and figures j are true to the best of my knowl' fawn'!.. -. edge and belief. Chas. C. Davis Treas. n on piano Neal Parrot for work J. A. Landrum, freight U. G. Baker acct. in iwwmmhiiw him p wn iii jse&MmmB&8MEmjmm3aM&MBMMMmMmmBBXHjmkMM W. A. Cox for painting :UKiiaiI!BUa;ilSIHtlCBt(QIIIHl(BItra!!aiIKItailSlS1tS3liniiiiK;i37iiBiigBi?K3attEsiiBitaii3iiaatta End-vie- w of Graeco-Romacolonnade extending 1,100 feet before the Palace of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacifi- c Interna- building tional Exposition, at San Francisco, and curving in a graceful sweep along the shores of the Fine Arts lagoon. Sur- American Seating Co., I'll I, e Adams Bryant. a trial. 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J.C-MeCLARY Children Cry rUK FLETCHER'S & Mount Monumental A crrnH lino nf UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER MdEALER in Marbles ana Granite Monuments of all Festival Hall Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition from the south promenade of the South Gardens, the facade of the Press building showing at the extreme right On the great organ in this hall one of the six greatest organs in the world Camille Saint Saens will play an original composition, and there will be recitals by Edwin of London, Wallace Sabin and other maestros. This hall will center the intellectual, dramatic, musical and literary life of the exposition at San Francisco many of the 400 conventions of this year making It their assembly c La-mare o3fcc;rtoc w3Cni:hryr .- General Merchandise - v. ri$nsr&rsr&cxc! ui .- i ,t i.m v- - , Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. ,OWENS Propr Farm Implements t$D!C$Dmc3& vwwsivwyvvwww piace, j Stanford, Ky. ?one 112 f$x&&jx