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Mount Vernon signal: September 17, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915091701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 17, 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. H I Smith f 1 13 Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. fPJPlvU HI III 4 MT. VEKxNOJM, 9mm COUJNl Established 1887 NUMBER 43 b ROCKCASTLE KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1915 NOTICE "One Good Favor Deserves Another. LIVINGSTON. sr-hr- To Customers: When you were in need I helped jou. and. now that I am in great need you should come to my relief. Owing My to ill health I am unable to see many of my customers who owe me, and I will appreciate it if you will call and settle. Remember fV to 'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you", then you will remember one who now needs your assistance. Very respectfully, J. M. ADAMS, Brodhead, Ky. The Board of the Grad d house here has had the property greatly improvi . They have bad the I ranch or ditoh tbrough the lot concreted and a walk put down lrom tht street to the school house door Sheriff Cum Mullins, county clerk S. F, "Bowman and circuit cle 1c T. J. N.celey, of Mt.Vernon, were here latter part of last week- .- Atty. C. C Williams and mother. Mrs. D N. Williams, were hen- - between Mrs .villiams tr..ins Monday. was teturning from Cv. mgton. of Mt. L W. hPthurtitti Jud-- e trains Vei.ion, wu ih ru buiv.-e- n Monday on business. A. C. Car pentcr, who has been in London for a few days, has returned home. - W. M. Owens, who has been very sick for a few days is much Dr. E. Walter Walker, better. Clay county, has moved iuto of our town and has hung out his shinglet Dr. Walker a surgeon of the State Guard and Dr. Amyx will practice together. This gives us three good doctors and at pres. ent all are kept busy.- - Dr. Webb reports Mrs. R.G. Mooie, of Trace Branch, much improved. Dr. W T. Amyx is attending the fair a Louisv ille this week. Mr. and and Mrs. Earl Rica, of Lebanon Junction, were here Sunday, visiting their parents, Dr. and Mrs. VV. T. Amyx, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rice. Thomas Moore will move his family to Hayse, Ky. We sometimes prophesy and sometimes guess at the outcome of elections and other things and twelve times out of a dozen we are correct, but we failed in our prophesy last week when we said there wns a couple gone lo Knox-villc- j We were to get married. wrong in Ibis but as the negro least spread, a great deal more than was needed, aad after the School dinner was over the sick of the quantities were carried home. Livingston never does anything by the halves . This speaks well for this town. Well, the Withers correspondent wanted all corres pondents to write long letters. We would be glad to do this, but our crop of news some weeks is limifed and we nave to go against our wish and have a short letter. HOW'S """j woiBicuuccuauu ..''-.I RAKFR'S; . .. ...a ... .... .........!... .....X.. ........ j MT. VERNON KENTUCKY yfi) j -- : ir it ma c Bhr 09 00. THIS. Dollars We offer One Hundred reward for any case of Catarrh ihat eannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo e have the undersigned, known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him per fectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COM. MFRCE, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure js taken internally, acting directly upon the blood anp mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials Kent free Price 75 cts. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. O-W- Greetest We Beg To Advise That We Have Bought At a Discount Much Below Cost A Great Lot of Merchandise Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses and Childrens House Dresses, &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 consisting: of Men's and FOR CASH ISltODHEAD. 1. R. Storm is spending a few days with relatives at his old Mammoth Cave THE DRY FALL TRIP. From MT. VERNON said: "We less up and the bible says that an open confession is Mrs. J. H. good for the 'soul Owens has beeu very sick for a R L- McFerron. of few days. Mt. Vernon, was in our town. Monday Miss Lizzie Owens, of Quail Section, is visiting rela the fciyes jn our town. Judge Mali-le. .Summers, T. M. Dees, Dr. R G. Webb aod W. H. Ponder are? attending the meeting of the Grand Council of the Jr. O. U. A. M. at Louisville. Mrs. George Poynter, who has been very low, is very sick yet and seems to improve very slow. Stations Misses Crace Large, Hallie Ash-e- r and and Mae Evans have entered school at Mt. Vernon. Mr. Abe Round Trip Railroad Fare $4 35. Evan was in Lundon Monday on Board at Hotel including the Routes in the Cave for $5.50. business. J. H. Owens, who has been very low, is a little better at An all expense two days outing for $9.85. present. Miss Nettie Rice has Write or 'phone L. & '$. Agent for particulars. returned from Bond, after a few week. days visit with relatives 'there. It was reported in last week's B. Hayes, after being d paper that C. A. Mrs. J. Wheeldon had to her room for a few days sold out his interest in the Mt. is some better. Mr. and Mrs. J. Vernon barber shop, and would T. Omary and children have re locate in Chicago, but Mr. Wheelturned after a few days visit Our line of Couch Caskets i relatives at Stanford. L. H.with don now thinks he found a better Datown, and is located in Brodhead JUL. is unexcelld vis is erecting a mill in our town with a first class barber sIiod. Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished1 and says that within a months Edgar Dunn, of Danville, is with! time he will have it running. He relatives here for a two week's fTpjirfip pnt f.n nil nnrts of ? claims he will be able to grind one visit. The little girl oF Mr. and the County. hundred and fifty bushels of corn Mrs. T. K. Francisco, that was a day. We are coming to the reported so sick last week, died All orders by Wire Promptly Filled front. What do you say Mt. Ver- Sunday evening and was buried I non? J. M. Foure has returned at the Methodist church cemei from Pineville where he has been tery Monday afternoon at 3:00 MT. VERNON, KY. ;, Phone 94-for a few days. Fred Baker of o'clock, after short services by ', Mt. Vernon, was here from Sat the Rev. A. J: Pike. Atty J. urday until iSunday. Elizabeth W. Brown, of Mt. Vernou, was in Owens has been very sick for some town Tuesday morning on busitime, but is some better at pres- ness. Mrs. Mary Flynn, who has ent A revival meeting will com- been sick so long, died at her mence at the Baptist church Sat- home Tuesday afternoon, and her urday. The Liviugston Graded remains were laid to rest in the Keep to School began last Monday with Baptist church cemetery WednesConstantly Before Prof. Wilson as Principal, John day morning at 10:00 o'clock. Lear, Miss Mary Price and Mrs. Mrs. Flynn received a fall last Georgia McGlure teachers. i60 winter, and had been confined to THE FACT THAT pupils were enroled and we have herjsed until relieved from her You IT IS SEEKING Your all indications of a good school. sufferings by death. She was a D. B. Kambo has returned from good christian woman, and had Stanford. Mrs. W. EL. Warren is many friends. Her husband, visiting relatives at Hazel Patch. Uncle John Flynn, died more than Care Is Prepared 'Mrs G. S. Griffir has been on a year ago, and since that time the sick list for a few days. Lou her nephews. Ed and Charlie in: :e Miller left for LouisvilleWednes-da- y Hurt, have looked closely after for a few days. Mrs. Mar-- her needs, and nothing had been && Hagan is visiting in Louisville spared to make her last days pleasthis week. A few days ago the ant. Her Miss ladies of Livingston made a prop- Delia Flynn, lived with her, and osition that they would furnish a did all that loving hands could do nice dinner to all who would help to nurse her to health, and was as clean up the Cemetery.and on last seemingly as devoted to her as && Saturday about fifty men gathered she possibly could have been, to there, and the work was done her own mother. Mrs. Delia noon there was a bounteous Scanlon, of Louisville, a half sister At n Regular Morning Train SEPT. 21st Way -- ;?" home near Qscar London. Spoonamore sold a traot of land containing 5a acres tp F L, Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, for 1150.00 ,J. B, Frith left last Friday for Louisville where lie will remain until after the State fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens returned Friday from a weeks visit to relatives in Casey county. Roy Sowder, who has a good position m Danville, was at home from Friday until Monday. Cashier A. M. Hiatt bought a house and lot from J. Thos Cherry, on Main Street for $1500.00. This is considered as good residence property as there is in town, and is where Mr. Cherry used to live when in Brodhead. Mr. Hiatt bought the property at a great bargain Brack Durham is working as assistant agent far the L. & N. here now, and O. H. Cass is working third trick while Vic Duns-mor- e is on a two week's vacation. Mi. and Mrs. B. J. Pike, Miss Etta Cable, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate, Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, R. H. ee Hamm, C. H. Frith, A. J. Pike, e B. A. Yadon and John Robins aie I8MC among those attending the State ) Fair at Louisville from here this the History of the Trade. OUR STORE Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD AT A SACRIFICE paper, were we to name each item we have to offer you, so we must content ourselves by saying, " COME AND SEE' Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new Priee at nearly One-ha- lf SHOES and SLIPPERS at cLss than Cost up-to-d- ate k would take this entire 1 and to make up Carpets and Matting s Druggets and Rugs for less Our j Motto "SELL IT FOR LESS. tt iyd$xmoy3&m&a MT. VERNON KENTUCKY ' BAKER'S 5 JSSSS con-line- I UHDEBTAKBB JltiM . .)St)(t)esseeess(Br8aea06ogsee93e9tt8)eae ".. 525 S555S v ww w w 1 of W. A. COX, S i This Bank Wishes Mrs. Flynn, attended the The bereaved have funeral. much sympathy. Aldriclc Talbott, who deserted the U. S. Army about three years ago, was arrested by Special Agent J E. Wallin Thursday of last week and taken to Ft. Thomas A petition is being circulated asking his release. Mrs. J. R. Cass and Mrs. J Mont Roberts, and little daughter, Ollie Mae, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hilton at Stanford during the week. Mrs. D. E. Davis, of Nicholasville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. H. Hamm, this week. Rev. A. J. Pike filled his THE STATE FAIR. A visit to the State Fair will open the eyes of Louisvillians to the fact sometimes forgotten in citius that the fundamental industry is agriculture, is tilling of soil and breeding of stock. Upon that industry, in the world, and marily a meeting place of planters and breeders, but is of great inter est to city folk bceause it affords a glimpse of rural hfeaaabusi. regular appointment at the North Rolling Fork church, near Gravel Switch, Saturday and Sunday. He informs us that he attended a baptising at Perryville Sunday afternoon, and witnessed 45 persons baptised into the Dr. Perryville Baptist church. Louisville, closed a Cannon, of three week's meeting at that place Sunday, assisting Rev. Adkins, Mr. Pike says that the pastor. the nn'mber that witnessed the baptising was estimated at between 3000 and 5000 Dersons. Mrs. A. T. Furnish is in Cincinnati with her mother who is not expected to live but a short time. Business For It. And To I Peoples Bank rand-daughte- r, Mt Vernon Kentucky CASXORIA Children. Cry FOR FLETCHER'S , ness enterprise, and shows what progress is being made by the producers of the varied output of the oldest of factories; the first to not merely in Kentucky or in supply mankind with the comforts AmericaJ rests primarily the soc- and luxuries unknown in the perial development of man. The iod prior to that of fixed residence thrift. small farm with its hens, its cows, and forward-lookin- g grain, fields and mead- The growing interest in coun- its pigs, its ows, its permanent farm buildings try life that is everywhere observe-mark- s the point at which nomadic able makes the State Fair a mag-lif- e stopped and the structure of net for a greater number of and enlightenment be- - banites each year. The interest gan. Upon the product ol farms in better methods of tillage and today depends the prosperity of stock raising which it has served nations, the financial strength that to stimulate gives it a solid value recruits and equips armies and in the eyes of all wide awake builds navies, the maintenance of farmers. This year's State Fair promises means of scientific research that of to eclipse it predecessors as an are productive of victories peace greater and of more per- - exhibition and in point of atten-mamevalue tuan those of war. dance. No farmer who can lean years of agriculture are tend should miss it. No Louis-th- e ""lean years of business, villian whose view of life is lrom Bumper crops mean banner years an angle broader than that of his personal activities will find it for all fields of human activity. Kentucky always has been an otherwise than well worth the time agricultural State. Although the devoted to covering its important development of her mineral re- - features. Courier Journal. sources will revolutionize condi- tions in the mountains and create I new wealth which will compare Tar Irfuts aai CkiUrw, with that of the mining districts of Pennsylvania, the State always TtelMYulbttAlvijsliictt will be, in the main, agricultural. Bears the The State Fair which has become Stg&atvrsof an established institution, is pri- ( ni he at-T- CASTOR A Z&&&& L- - r f V '. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Sest. 17, 1915 Sheriff's Settlement, (Continued from 4th page 0 To franchise tax on Western Union Telegraph Co., $4,629 00 less 1,421.00 at 20 cts. 6 4i m TT yj liWI OJ "lM i I Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONK YKA.U Winsor" SOME PEOPLE HAYE TROUBLE WITH THEIR FEET OTHERS WEAR $I.O on each loo.oo To frauchise tax ou Advertising rates maae know C7i Pullman Car Co., 7,213 application 00 less 2, io2 00 amount included in Graded School Districts at 2o cts on each $100 00 MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION To franchise tax on Cum berland Telephone & y iNN dODEL 10 22 This shoe of the hour for the youig man, low receding toe, gray cloth top, Walk-Ov- er OR SSffi Telegraph Co, $2,i25-0- 0 Gun Metal 2 22 IvCJPli The bravery or rashness of the managers of the Kentucky State Fair to hold their 13th exhibition, beginning on 13th oi month, is something out of the usual. It is said the i3th man passed in free and that i3oo went thru the gates during first hour 01 opening and twice the were on the grounds in next fifteen minutes, and 13,000 showed up by noon and at 6 o'clock 13 thousand had been doubled and it is supposed the show closed at night on the i3th hour after the opening that morning Total attendance 28.819, on 13th. 13-1- less 1,oi2 00 amount included in Graded School Districts at 2o cts on each 100.00 To franchise tax on Berea Telephone Co., 352.00 at 20 cts on each 100.00 To 2697 Tithes. Less 650 numoer included in Graded School Districts at .50 cts each, ' Selby have to experiment, when buying footwear. Here we fit you with an accurate knowledge of just what shafce is necessaay to give you the utmost in comfort and satisfaction. ! "DOC" 70 c OME to the store where you don't By coming here you will serve yourself best, because our stock is complete and our method of fitting is complete. S MODEL 1,028 501 6 WALK 8LI )VER Plenty of room in toer but doesn't look clumsy, carries a heel just the right height. A model you can't buy in store. Kangaroo and any-othe- E L H Y You wTill Total $5,l68.3i By amount paid W. A. B Davis Supt. $2.95o 50 By exonerated property $i4,6i9.oo at 20 cts. on Our business is built upon the founr find all the 9 each loo.oo By land sales 9,378.00 on each $loo.oo By exonerated Tithes, s 29 23 18 75 Gun Metal . When any stale, city or county at 00 cts. each 29 1 145 5o is predominated many years by By Delinquent pol'-any one political party the usual 517 at 5o cts. each 258 50 result is the breeding of factions in By 4 per cent Commissthat party and the interests of said ion for Collecting 2o6 73 Slate, county or city is of second By Balance Due Supt. consideration. It is a ''pity 'tis By Sheriff I.559 60 dation of regular customers, whose confidence was won originally and is retained permanently by good service and careful attention. newest patterns Sggjp as made in various I leathers and fabrics. 1 S I9 V I 1 true." Whip" MODEL Gun Metal, Dark Cloth Top also You'll like the way. we treat you. Come 1n IP Felt no other reason than it would be on endorsement of Cam Mullins, Sheriff of Rock Woodrow Wilson, Kentucky should castle County, for Revenue for go 5o,ooo Democratic in Road expenses of said County for the year 19 14. To advalorem tax on 1,732,66600 at 20c on each Sloo.oo OLDEST $3,465 33 To advalorum tax on $1,120.00, Omitted property, 2o cts. on INDORSES TANLAC each loo.oo $2 24 To advalorum tax on j Tangible Property of Total 5,i68 3 1 atv r E L B gvrysrrTV -- txzo Y Notice the above illustra-.tion- s, they portray the latest in shoe style. vsmi I SUTTON & McBEE ( bed m Mat Top. 11 C. A. McCollum Milt Tavlor Remedy rilled Energy and Eugene Taylor To franchise Tax on E L Brock L. &N. R. R Co, J. W. Brown 555.875.oo at 2o cts. Louisville, Ky. Among ou each loo.oo 1.111 75 J. F. Jenniugs those to indorse Tanlac is Fred j. M. W. Pitman o irancnise tax on Meincke, 3 retired hardware dealGeo Mullins er, of 2522 West Jefferson street Western Union TeleTaylor Mullins graph Co., $4,623.00 this city, who found speedy re!T. G. Parsons cts on each 100.00 at 25 lief from chronic stomach trouble To20 J. A. Brown franchise tax on by use of the premier preparation. H. L. Wnitaker Pullman (Jar Co., 7,2i3-0- 0 Mr. Meinecke. who is sixty-eigh- t C. M. McKinney 2o cts on each 100.00 at 14 42 years old and the oldest member M. P. Bullock To franchise tax on The of the Order of Red Men in KenW. T. Renner Bank of Mt. Vernon tucky said: W. W. Cable j 7,5 "I was suffering from stomach each19.00 at 20 cts on Henry Hysinger loo.oo 35 o3 irouuie lor years. finally my To franchise tax on W..R. Coffey condition became so serious that John Renfroe Peoples Bank, I Svas lorced to retire from busi- 00 at 20. cts. on 14. 199. Chas Owens each ness. I was' unable to retain loo.oo 28 39 J. H. Brown even the lightest foods on my To franchise Tax on J W. Todd stomach, and had the most severe Citizens Bank, lo,327.-0- 0 Neal Parrett pains imaginabTe in my abdominal at 2o cts. n each A. F. Lawrence region after eating. I suffered 100.00 20 65 A. L. Niceley from headaches, nervousness, and To franchise tax on J. L. Niceley dizziness, and found it difficult to Cumberland Telephone J.N. Griffin sleep. & Telegraph Co., 2,125-0- 0 W.,A. Falin "After being advised by my at 2o cts on each Fred Meyers friends to try Tanlac, and seeing 100.00 25 Melvin Barnett it advertised in the newspaper, I To Franchise tax on Jim Roberts decided to try it. I was astonishBerea Telephone Co., Geo. Farris ed at the result. After taking a Jason Hansel few doses my appetite returned 352.00 at 20 cts on each $100.00 70 W. P. Kincer and found that I could eat anyChas Fletcher thing I craved with" relish. The Total $6203 76 W. H. Holcomb nervousness and dizziness disapT.J. Niceley. J. Com. T. C. Bullen peared and my sleep became rest By Claims Paid. f ul and peaceful. C. F. Long I no longer suffer from pains in the abdomen W. M. Poynter 727 3a Billie Mullins aud head. J. M. Adams 273 o7 Willis Allen "I can do as much work now as Abney & Payne 81 13 E. K Houston I ever could and feel as well as G. S. Griffin Co. H3 65 .Ed Stxton 1 did 2o years ago, .before I be- W. E Wynn 53 44 Harlan DOan came affected with stomach G. L. Wren 67 9o Owen Allen trouble." Richard Proctor 3 46 Reubin Ballinger Tanlac, the premier preparation J. W. Tate 29 84 T. J. Hayes is sold in Mt Vernon, at Chas C W. B. Swinf jrd 7 26 S. R Singleton Davis drug store, aud can also Alfred Alexander lo 45 Ira Wells be obtained at the Central Drug O. Fennell 9 00 N. T. Gibbons Co, Livingston and John Robins Floyd Brock i2 25 Robt Tankersley D rug Store Brodhead Ky. B. A. Riddle J. O. Plummer 10 25 B. B. Purcell 9 00 C. A. Mullins TH; NUX'l tiiha 1' TnljNU TO M. C. Sowder E. B. Norton 9 00 THE PINE FOREST FOR U. S. Berry IX 25 W. F. Renner COLDS IS Granvi Je Leece 9 00 Robt Bloomer Henry King Dr. Bell's 16 5o W. A. Coffey which goes to the very root of Tom Kirby 9 00 H. L, Norton oold troubles. It clears the throat Mkehel Owens 9 00 M. L Givens and gives relief from that clogged R. L.Bray and stuffed feeling. The pines G. S. Cross . 3 00 have ever been the friend ot man D. M. (Jress 6 00 J. H. Laswell in driving away colds. Moreover R. H. Brown 9 00 Albert Griffin qualities are pe- dd Smith the pine-hone- y j 7 10 Jerry Brock culiarly effective in fighting W. H. Owees 9 00 Remember that Kichard Proctor children's colds 9 65 W. H. Anderson a cold broken at the start greatly Robt Taylor of compli- J. H.' Mullins removes the possibility 7 00 S. C. Owens cations. 25c. G oo'J.H. Wolf J. B Price Pine-Tar-Hon- Many Years. L. & N. R. R. Co., Him With New $755i 375.oo at'2-- ) cts. Vigor After on each Si 00 00 R. B. Shepherd W. A. Chesnut B. L. Doyle James Cnaney 1,511 '0 J. W. Parsons 7 12 61 5 30 Lee Wren 40 O. T. ox 25 (. Rtubtn Cox G. W. :.urton Farmers Suppy Co., Amos Cordial J. S. Purcell j Tax lor Griffin ' E. Abney Jr. S. Anglin 6 00 E Abneym 9 00 1 L. Martin 9 00 J. M. Proctor 9 00 39 20 10 1 25 o7 9 00 ? J. H Cummins 00 9 00 9 ' 2;?!;?? oooooM090oa r -- .ia le! aj? ? - 13. ::: u 8 10 4 50 9 00 9 00 32 55 9 00 3 00 W. M. Griffin 8 50 W. G. Capps 9 00 W. B. Poteet 9 00 R. W. Oliver 9 00 Stephen Atigliu 9 00 Arthur Cuffey 4 5o Milt Taylor 7 5o Pur Rigsby 9 00 vJaraep Noe John Sowder o5 Wallace Laswell 1 00 W. H. ones 6 75,W. J. Sparks Co. 4 50 Johnny Griffin 2 00 VV. B. Saylor 9 00 Arthur Hurst 2 3 75 9 00 9 00 3 9o at ... o3 a Ii 7i 9 00 J 27 6 00 ... CHAS. C -- ei 89 U3 9 4 10 5o 9 00 3 o5 50 4o 12 00 9 90 7 7 4 50 R. G. Dodd 7 50 Hannibal Hensley 9 00 Richard Mobley 9 00 6 75 10 00 9 9o 8 35 6 00 9 60 6 00 9 00 Gillum J. W. Mullins W-it- er J. L. Arnold-Joh- lioo 9 00 9 00 6 00 23 o5 9 00 6 7.5 6 00 4 So 11 Kellev 10 00 Dick Morris 5 00 W. M. Sams 9 00 W. M. Ponder 6 00 W. M. Coffey 4 5o Uriah Drew 9 75 F. M. Shiplett 10 00 W. F. McClure 9 00 Jop Cash 9 00 J. C. Rimell ' 6 00 G. W. Marler 8 25 John A. Brown 8 25 Green Cromea 9 oo J . F. Niceley 4 50 Nath Bond 13 5o Spencer Abney 9 00 T. S. Brannaman 3 00 James Herrin 9 00 W. S. Branaman ' 4 5o J. S. Craig 7 00 Z. T. Hansel -9 00 G. W. Vance 3.00 A. D. McKinney 50 John Houk OO GrovPr Hatcher 00 J. J. Nichols Wils Baker 50 30 9 00 9 00 lo lo John Graves Reamy Shepherd Hesse Cotton W. T. Evans P. C. Lear John Fuget David Mullins Robt Nichols M. F. Brown EJd Smith Rob Taylor J- - C. Griffin Tones Durham B A. Riddle Farmers Supply Co Rovey Mullins Bright Mullins G. W. Marler E Kelley H. M. Ciomer G.o. Blair U. G. Baker G. S. Gjiffin Lewis McGuire Sherman Chasteeu J- - I Arnold 16 50 10 50 7 50 9 00 Alii. 9 00 ii..... 9 00 9 00 6 00 n & 9 DAVIS Leading Druggist MT. VERNON. KY. c e 99 a OS ad a 09 09 oos - lo 9 9 5 7 1 13 00 00 00 00 80 40 00 w 13 WVWW Cater to the vounjr folks with a complete line of Toilet Articles and Cosmetics. and to the old folks with all kinds of recnnsrructivp tonic and system builders. E w 89 9 9 0 9 09 9 9 CHAS. C. DAVIS She Home of TANLAC 'Phone No. 39 -- a 9 09 9 9 09 49 99 9 09 9 O 3 IS OO 13 98 18 00 yo OS SOr ! 3o6 20 53 85 3 00 ! 9999Q9999e9999r .. Ct9! -- i 998CaC099999I999- - ! JW. AmtAV-A'- ) 13 9 9 5 6 6 4 55 00 00 no 00 25 N. A. McFerron k 5o 9 00 9 00 ' 00 9 00 J. C, Pennington lo 3o Hiram Thacker 3 Earl Phillips ' " ':, E. Bullock W. M. Mink J. S. Bullock ' W. N. Kirby W. T. DeBord T. M. Muncie Sam Waddle id. 0. Rowlett ' 2l Geo. Thaotea" 9 00 J. R. Cope 6 00 f. A. Sexton il 4o Geo. Gatliff lo 38 . : 95' W. D. Croucber 9 00 W. M. Luramius; Anglin l5'oorR L- - j fLc. ;-,- J' ; 00 John Evans 6 00 i'- - B- - Grav 9 00 Millard Bethurum Jfi. Christie 4 00 a. R. S. Beazley 6 50 C. V. Price 3 00 Dr. W. F. Carter 3 00 Bill Masi.n 5 25 J B. Price 6 00 4 50 H. H. Isaacs Garfield Mark 2 7 50 Georg- - Owe s 5o i9 50 I. R. McCiiic en 2 1 50 Dyer E. 2 .3 00 S. E. Chanler 4 7 5o By land sales, $9,223" ' 9 00 at 20 cts. on each 9 00 18 10 00 loo.oo By exonerated property 11 50 , 3I 15,806,00 at 20 cts. 24 00 By 4 per cent Commis4 5o 248 sion for Collecting 9 00 By 2 per cent Commission 9 00 for Disbursing i24 14 35' By Check to Treasurer 1048 -9 00 ,3 00 Total $6,203 ' 9 00 T. J. Niceley S. Com. 9 00 9 , 00 9 00 1 50 FOR FLETCHER'S g 9 00 W. M Hurst 9 00 W. M. Sowder g 00 Solomon Griffin J UNERTAKER Brodhead Ky LINE I I ? y COM PLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled . 00 2c 00 1A .sS 1 ffb . V? ll? i as?;f.veri?iwrs:'i- wVN7 I - v r- :c$3yc&&cs 54? 7s oc 75 61 I5 07 22 RKjffiSjJfl iafferson'" School COMPLETE TWO YEAH COURSE, denes I.LJ1. llth ?car ODeos Oct. S. Hec SSsE3 s Law. BhiiBsjiS 76 BETHURUM & LEWIS Oliildren Ory alUtates. AocesstoUcoartsandiUrca naadK-ni ondtcnn.Jan.3. Prepares for bar la ull7I7t:e.I'ori'REEcktaloeueazul m Attorneys at Law Offices CASTORIA lix! Daotons Etcalnc or TLorawJaKenoarekdy to trame.wrlto mtUUHW in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice in all the Courts wHKinHbA tlw fcww V ' rr T. " "-- i. 1 Si JBT- - jp.S. - 79 Everything: in nw fall so its now Ladies $3 and $3.50 low' cut now New York church statistics for arriving; at Sutton & McBee's 1. Sutton & McBee's. July and August show a largejgain ' Jack Neckties, collars, shirts, sox for in the matter of attendance over has a foul pound Mt. Vernon, Ky, Sept. 17 1915 cucumber in window of Farmers men and boys. We can save you the same months in lg:4 Church men V7 C, Exchange. 7Q rnonev. ua Suttou & McBee's. men say that the war, by setting-peoplwan'No.SIGNAL toComm unl. U 7 to thinking of serious cote will Re on hand al meeting- ofslock For Rent: Owellms: on Main things, is resnonsible for the in " holders, Mt. Vernon Fair Associa- street, the Dr. Davis residence. crease No doubt, there is trnih tion. Sept 25th, at 3 p.m. For further information apply to. in th-for we earD tbat the MT. VERNON SIGNAL . CHAMBFRLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY ! Hji-iuge- - I iu y fej J f- -tf&S3 KMii.M i Ix I I .1 n M Rl J ic WfV,SA - Lou-svll- 4 Nashville R. R. Co. TIME 1A3..E. 22 i.orta 4 norlti 23 south 21 5.04 C:5G pm .south J as. Phone No. 8. a ni 11:39 a ir 12:13 a m Landru 1, Agent. ntpretl at th as Mt Vernon, Ky. Poj'cCice p stcond-'Mas- mail nwtlor We Want Waiirat Loss Highest Gash Prices Paid If you have any good Black Walnut timber on your olace which vou would like toconvertinto spot cash at the highest) market price, write at once stating num- -' ber, size and thickness of logs you could furnish and at what R. R. shipping point. C.C. Mengel&Bro.Co. Inc., LouisvIilR,Ky. -- w l' ua .SePt Sure crop of winter oats for sale Go cts. per. bushel. Don't forget the meeting of Sept ro-G. C Fish, stockholders of Mt. Verr n Fair Ask your neighbor about Globe Association. Sept. 25th. :i! 3 p m., Fertilizers and then see J. Pish & at court house. Son for special pr.ces in ton lots. Round tr.p to Na -- .ille for 7 (jj Sept. 2I a.id 22 lmitod to Advertising space in this paper. . Sept 27 account qf Jack.- -, n Hiyh- is for sale to any person, wno wants to buy at the regular rate way Association. Buy the Lump Coa'. V at co-- n and pay for it. Fall styles in Women avd Mens tains penty of Oil and Gas LiberLee Mm.- jjs, shoes on display. Come and let al terms. Living.- - on. Ky 8 r? ofc. us show you. T'tMiid trip to Loil die lor Sutton & McBee. Oct 17. )Sa.d , limited For Salk: Two good cows $4 LOue and two calves. Don't need and to l t 24 .'cconnt wf G :. I: tin A M. and will sell right Call on or write of K. itucwy Gra j Oiwti .: of rlentucky Edgar Muilms or tn. Mullnis, R A. M Mt. Vernon. Mss Susie Thompsonr who has Use Globe Feitiliiers in your been in the citv for past three wheat this fall and reap a bi weeks studying the latest styles hat vest next vear. Ask J. Fish lu millinery, will return soon with & Son about their special prices and terms in ton lots, delivered full line for Sutton & McBee. 3 1 . 1 1 EXCURSION URATES. Round trip to Louisville John D. Miller was here one Sept. 2.5. Sept 28, Oct. 2 and day this week. Oct. 7, limited to three days, Misj-eLouise and In a McCo Account Pall Race . Meeting. lair". are attending the St Douglas Park Jockey Club and Frank Mullins i improving Churchill Downs. fast and will be up town in a few The Interior Journal put to recdays. ord the fact that there is no good Tip Langford has made im in Hustonville, The last of the )rcv?meuis uu his Richmond St name (Goode) having moved residence. away after a residence of rifty Waiter Franci, ol Monticello. or more years in that splendid is with his mother, Mrs W. T. village. Francis this week. Fish's 15 Special Fall suits S. C. Franklin and son, Bern- for men and young men are the ard dropt down to Louisville and finest ever shown in this cection the State fair Tuesday. twenty dollars at less than C'e Brown and Mrs. J. C Evry time you buy these suits .aiis. We?!; are in Louisville for thei you are adding 5 to your bunk account by saving it. fair today and tomorrow. Mr and Mrs August Krueger One of the appVilargest are the proud parents of a fine brought into town was raised by jgirl which arrived this week. feff Lovell near Burr and is on Dwiuht Bowman has sufficiently display in Fis 's window. It is dayj-siegrecovered from a forty one called the Alexander variet;. . If of typhoid to be out again yr,u have something larger bring John Baker and family have it in and Fish will be glad to moved from Town Hill to the show up for you. Krueger brick cottage on West How about that subscription? Main street. When we say we need it, we mean Mrs. S. K Bowman was called just what we say. It is not a plea to Berea last week to attend the just to get what yon owe us to lay funeral of her cousin, Mrs. J. away, but the eaiast request comes that we may be able to St rotter Gott. meet our obligations. W. L. Richards. T. J. Niceley. R. S.'Jettand C. M. Thompson CARD OF THANKS , went to State Fair Wednesday. Words cannot express how Mr. Niceley carried a valise full of thankful we are to our many roasted corn along for lunch. He friends who so kindly assisted u s.-.they don't know how to cook during the illness, and for their corn on cob in the citv to suithiin kind sv mptahies in the death ot LOCAL our dearhuyband and father. Mar Falin. South Williams street is being tin Mrs julia Falin and Children. macadamized. PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 ! Ladies suits $6.50 to $30 00 Col. Edwin P. Morrow, repubSutton Sr McBee's. lican nominee for governor, will The Spiro Base Ball team de speak at the court house in Mt. feated the Level Green team iS Vernon, Ky., at I o'clock p m , to 5 at Level Green last Friday. September 25th, 191,5, in the in terest of his candidacy, EveryWe are glad to note the increase body invited to attend this meetin attendance at Boone Way Hall ing. Ladies especially invited. where Mi. Owens is putting on L. W. Bethijrum, Chairman. good shows. Mrs. Mary McKiuney, aged 80 is a big noise of scythes wife of Uncle Logan McKinney, There in and around town and the way of the Hansford section died Sunsix the weeds are falling is a sure nuf day. She lsaves and sons several grand-childregreat grandcaution. children besides ber husband Round trip to Louisville $5 4o who is 83. to mourn her loss Oct. 6- - 7- - 8 limited to Oct. I3 on The sons are K. J. of this place. W A., Chas , and Green all account Kentucky Sunday school living in this county, I. H. living Association. in Pulaski county and Frank who B. Dillingham, the Maretburg lives in Missouri. is all smiles over the The citizens of Laurel county arrival of a fine boy at their will hae a meeting in London home this week. Monday to investigate the road 'building which has not been going For Sale Mulks: A gOod on m that county sin ce he people two year old and some yearlings. vo-eBonds of $150,000 last Call any day except Saturday. Spring for that purpose. There J. F. LEWIS. is suspicion by some that a little Maretburg. Ky graft has been injected into the Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Rhodes matter accidentally or otherwise and little sons, William and in that county and Knox oounty. Charles of Madison county are State Road Commissioner Terrill visiting their parents here. Mr-a- will be there. Mrs. David Rovinson, wHl reNOTICE ! turn to their home Saturday Sept by her sister, To Whom It May Concern: s8. accompanied s, Miss Ella Mae Robinson. This is to notify the and the people generally, of RockHonorable A. O. Stanley and castle, county, that Dee Cummins other Democrats nomine s will is no longer my deputy, and has open the campaign at Glasgow. been since August 31, 19i5-HKy , on Monday, September 20. not is not authorized to collect any 1 9 13, and the Democrats of Bar rtn and surrounding counties taxes for the year l9i5, or any have arranged for a great ovation public money to be collected by to visitors. Mr. Stanley Judge the sheriff or his deputies. Any Black and others will address the people on that day. A barbecue, person. 'paying his taxes, to, him burgoo, band of music, automo will do sounder-penalt- y of hiving . ' . bile and horseback parade are 10 pay same again. among the provisions made for Cam MuixtNs, the occasion. A' Sheriff Rockcastle County. PER80KAL L. & N. anywhere in Kentucky. - Notice. - A meeting of the stockholders of the Mt. Vernon Fair Association is hereby called to convene at court house on Sat s urday, September 25th, at 3 p.m. for the purpose of receiving the Secretaiy's yearly financial re port, the annual election of officers and transaction of other business that may be brought before the Also to plan for our meeting. t9lG Fair. C. C. Davis, President. SERVICES AT THE CHRIST- - IAN 'CHUROH FQ.ft I SUNDAY. 5. A Sunday school 9.45. Preaching -- 1 t - e service 11 a.m. Christiau Eu-- 7 deavor p.m. PFefcTfiug, Service 8 p.m. Subjbct, 'A CJean Town " We would like to have an aud ience for this service that is rep resentative of the whole town, as the discourse is of vital interest and of local apjjlication H. T. Young. advised the 'boys' when they enlisted ior the Spanish war to take Chamberlain's Co'ie Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and have received, many thanks for the advise' given", writes J. H. Houghland churches of Paris are crowded ev- - Eldon, Iowa, ''No person wheth-- l er' Sunday, but the weather in er traveling or at home should be New york helped. Last July and without this great remedy." For August were hot months the coun- sale by A'l Dealers. try over; this year they were unSILEIillWS SALU. usually mild. Many people will not go to church in warm weuther By virtue of order directed to and some will not go in auy kind me, which issued from the Clerk's of weather. office of the Rockcastle Quarterly Court, in favor of T. P. E. Drum-monACUTE IiN DIGESTION. against John Overbay, I, or "I was annoyed for over a year one of my deputies, will on the by attacks of acute indigestion, followed by constipation,'' writes 27th day of September, 1915. beMrs. M J. Gallagher, Geneva, tween the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. N. Y. "I tried everything that and 8 o'clock p.m. it being regu was recommended to me for this lar County Court day, at John complaint but nothing did me Overbay's, 2 miles souh of Livmuch good until about four ingston, Rockcastle county, Ken-- 1 months ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and procured tucky, expose at public sale to the a bottle of them from our drug- highest bidder the following propI soon realized that I had erty (or so much thereof as may gist. gotten the right thing 'for they be necessary tosatisfv the amount helped me at once. Since taking of Plaintiff's debt, interest and tvvo bottles of them 1 can eat heartily without any bad effects " cost), to wit: One yoke of cattle, one engine, saw mill, one boiler, Sold by All Dea'ers. one engine and boiler, one set of Fire: At twelve la.st night the grist rocks, one shingle saw frame, fire alarm was sounded at Dower boiler and edger. Amount of debt plant. The livery stable ot C. A. 112 50 with interest from JanuDavis and the grocery store of W. ary 1, 1915 aud co?t. Levied up A. McKenzie on Richmond street on as the propetty of John Over-bawere destroyed. Davis lost four horses included th stallion Fire Terms: Sale will be made on a Chief, valued at Soo, buggies, credit of three months, bond with hacks, and other :gs, car load of approved security, required bearhay, corn etc , total loss aboqt ing interest at the rate of six per $2ooo. insurance $500. W. A. cent per annum from day of sale, McKenzie' s lbss about $900, in- and having the force and effect of surance $7oo. Much of McKen-zie'- s a judgment. goods were rescued in a This 3.1st day of August, 1915. damaged condition. The buildings were the property of Brown Casi Mullins. Sheriff R.C. Brothe'rs loss looo, with small Hy good work the insurance. depot w s saved. Two engines were cut loose from a double header train at Sinks and rusht When Croup Comes to the' scene ol fire. Origin of lire Treat Externally unknown. s e, ' "I i 1 tm. jmmmn Make Your Crop in i 1 On Everij Hseh "Star Brand" Shoes brand. 'Star MORE farmers are wearing other Brand" shoes than anv same price. The reason is they give better service than other shoes sold at the honest leather through and through no substitutes for leather are ever used. "Star Brand" Shoes are made of These shoes are made by the world's largest shoemakers. The more they make the less they COST to make. This saving goes into extra quality. Made in all sizes, styles and grades for work of dress wear for every member of the family. y. 1 There are lots of good shoes, but "Star Brand Shoes Are Better a Don't just go into any store and ask for them, but come to us and get the Genuine "Star Brand" Shoe, with the star trade-mar- k on the heel. DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR , LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services for nef Sunday are a follows; Sabbath School,' 10:00 a. m. Supt. Mr. John Walton. Preaching Service, morning, II a..m. Preaching Service, night, '., ,r 7530 p. m All members and friends are, re quested to attend these services, in view of the fact that this vilg be Rev. Macmlllan's last Sunday in Livingston. Everybody come The local telephone company here growing dissatisfied with terms upon which thev were handling the Western Union business over their wires for the telegraph company advised them of the fact some ten months since but that company did nothing toward changing the conditions. The telephone people a few days ago dis continued receiving telegraph ousiness but after a couple of days agreed to continue it for 60 days until other terms were ar ranged or open a separate office if the telegraph people so desire. Dr. A G. Lovell, Chairman Board of Health, 1 own Board of Trustees held a meeting with citi zeus at Court House Friday night of last week. The main question discussed'was that of cleaning up the town. All citizens present agreed to see that their premises were thoroughly cleaned up and. DIARRHOEA QUICK LY CURED "My attention was first called to Chamberlain's Colic cholera uid Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve years ago. At that ime I was seriously, ill with summer complaint. Due doe of this remedy checked the trouble" writes Mrs.'c. W. Florence, Rockfield, Ind. For sale by All Dealers. -- The old method of dosing delicate little stomachs with nauseous drugs is wrong and harmful. Try tho external treatment Salve. Just rub a Vick's little over the throat aud chest. The vapors, released by the body heat, loosen the choking phlegm and ease the difficult breathing. A bedtime application insures sound sleep. 25c, 50c, or 1.00. ZaZ.GHUlNE MAS TWS TRADE MARK. "Vap-O-Kub" SPECIAL ?2-5- 0 WORK SHOES g THIS IS ONE THAT JS PRICED $3. TO 5 IN STORES WHERE THEY CHARGE IT. WE SELL FOR CASH AND SAVE YOU MONEY COME IN TODAY AND SEE WHAT I A LITTLE CASH AY ILL DO. fivRtd pneumonia dlL m L pSp mm s o-o-- o 0-0-- 0- ffl uS3rowisil -- A FUND FOR I ys INDEPENDENCE The Fourth of July, when we celebrate the independence of our Natiou is a good time to think also of Financial Independen .e. What are you going to do when you become old ? Consider the great importance of a bank account and systematic dposits while you are young and earning money. Now is just the time to start an account with us and we daily invite you to come in and open one. 3 2y ow Good It Smells' m IB f Yes, and it looks good, and tastes good, per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts and is good, too. The Bank of Mt Vernon O-0-0- it4 ft KiWfSpj There is no doubt about the goodness of bread baked from V! n ffl B orning Star Flour. perfect loaf. tnt-rcha- d unslackt lime generously scattered around, cut all weeds and remove all trash. Particular attention was called to Articlr VII in book of. Town Ordinances relative to this work. The health authorities and board of trustees directed Lthe .'town marshal, accompanied i' ', IPfeSs sflLdi v. tS rfHiH JPlLisl X The beautiful crust and the rich aroma tell the story of a I Your money back if not satisfied WJfVfi.rrW '. T .. :vvW. .A (I! j M ii Pi H Ii aw.jFvruvt&viiiiiiiw 'i r h'fliiaKA Vv. iurrvai fjiihiuw hy, presentative irom .the "-V.n. tax-payer- e health office, to visit every premise's in the cfcrnoration and advise with owners in the work and to see that proper proceedure is taken in matter of abating nuissanc a wherever found. The of all citizens' was askt in pushing this clean up to prevent the spread ot fever. The marshal has instructions to report to Police Court 'any citizen who fails or refuses to comply with.above men tioned Article' VII. Book of Ordi, nances can be seen in office nf Board of Trustees police Judge, or. Clerk of the Board . r? ns. ? j. z:-- ' .- $ &- - ii.r-1 'Sii-S- r .. ' ?::iC The Steel Lined Ifi'y "SPEED SHELLS" - "' v." jt Rockce stle Milling Co. Incorporated C. T. RIDDLE: TrilliiMJii "' THHK v C WJY ixt,f v. ' .. wf Cf sport but they want certaintv in their Shells. Get the Remington-TJM"Arrow" and "Nitro Club" the steel lined "Speed Shells." C and their chances For Velocity to take Accuracy Sportsmen are willing of BRODHEAD, KY. C. The steel lining grips the powder puts all the force of the the shot. Shorter lead, less guess-wor- k about angles easier to get the "fast ones." Go to the dealer who shows the Rtd Ball Hark of Remington-UX- C he can fix you up right. explosion, back of Williams, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Sold by your home dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky Remington Arms-Unio- Metallic Cartridge Co. WoolworuiBtde.'(233Broadwar) NewYorfc Citr n " '' ' I MT. VERNON. KY. On 2cd. floor fo The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 8b. 3C!Ga5: P H Conover j MT. VERNOIST, KY iYon Dentist '- $ j lXOXC Phone 49-S. tRooms over Baker's Store 4f ' $' ' SHERIFF'S SET T LE JW BNT. 9ia Sid Cr'oucher" 9i4 9i7 J. D. Peimingtou J. A, Sexton 3 91 7053 3 9t 7064 3 76 851o M. Bowles, 25 H O P E W E LL Born Sept. 13th. to the wife of CAM M U LLI SHERIFF NS 817 T. A: Coffey 924 j. j. AaKer 923 W. A McK&nfcie Robert Alleu 6 16 92o 03o 929 R. B Ballinger 66 00 7o52 5 92 0319 3 92 7064 3 76 7054 2 00 7075 3 3 7: Ledbetter H. L. Smith Ellen Baker M. Brown M 5o 1: 5o 5 25 50 75 5o Jane Huff M. Rev. Carmical a six pound boy. Mrs, Lula Nicely and children, Children Cry for Fletcher's IN ACCOUNT WITH ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Statement of Money Received for Current. Road and School Purposes. SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT. 65 W. H. Suwder J. A. Hopkins Harlan Doan J. R Alcorn Albert Allen 922 626 927 939- 25 3 3 - J. M. Adams 47 Brown Bettie Northern Mary Owens i2 i2 85o7 H. H. Wood 3i 42o3 W. A. Jones 76 42o4 R. H. Lewis 76 ' 7065 E Miller 00 42o5 A G. Lovell 74 6473 4o 4238 60 6451 80 7083 5o 8 J. 25 of Burr, spent the latter part of S. E. Chandler W D Livesay S. E. Singleton W. M. Hurst County, for revenue for current 64 68 expenses of said County for the 60 66 Cam Mullins Sheriff of Rockcastle year 1914. To Advalorem tax on 823 873 1,732,666.00 at 25 cents 935 on each ioo.oo, S4t33i 4 936 To Ad valor um tax on 945 $u2o.oo, omitted prop922 on each erty 25 cts. 948 2 5o 944 $100.00 To advalorem tax on 949 tangible property of the L. 952 N. R. R. Co., JO 1 755,875.00 at 25 cts on 834 1,889 68 98o each loo.oo To franchise tax on L & 979 & 845 at 25c on each $loo.oo 1.389.68 84 r To franchise tax on Wes843 tern Union Telegraph Co, 8I2 $4,(529.oo at 25 cts. on 836 1 57 each 1 00.00 931 To franchise tax on Pull837 man Co., 72i3.oo at 35 cts 819 on each $100.00 i o4 &38 N.R.R.Co., $555,875 00 To franchise tax on Bank of Mt. Vernon, $17,519.00 To franchise tax on Peoples Bank, 1 832 !s2i 3 79 795 George Payne J. O. Scoggins T J. Niceley J. H. Falin S. B McKeuzie S. B. McKenzie Cam Mullins Sherman Chasteen M. C. Sowder Lewis McGuire W. M. Sowder J. W. Cromer C. C. Davis R. & E. B. Cox W. A Cox Sutton & McBee W. A. B, Davis J. C. Jones W. S. Bustle J. G. Keljy, Jeff Price W. T. French J. W. Marler J. W. MarleJ L. A. Watkins D. M Harper S. F. Bowman joi Dr. WalKer Owens 95 Bradley & Gilbert Co 25 J. Fish & Son 43 Martha McFerron 2 I3 5o gl6 G. M. Ballard 150 2o 00 8I9 R. A. Swinford 1 18 5o g58 Alnite Coal & Lum 789 762 730 13 5 932 3 80 8gr Bettie HeJlard L. H. Davis E. Miller M. A. Miller R. C. Lathim 00 i2oi A. J. Pike Jr. i4 992 W. M. Sowder' 981 ber Co., 76 2o 945 U. S Berry 2 00 847 Stephen VanWiakle lo 15 907 L. J. Reams 2 00 938 Abney& Payne 2 00 !4o U. G. Baker 6 00 953 J. R. Ballinger 2 00 951 W.H.Wood 6 00 8o5 W. A. Mullins 17 00 95o John Chasteen 35 55 846 Owen Allen ? 35 960 H, L- - Smith 5 Bo 958 L. J. Reams 80 00 959 J. L. Ball 60 00 947 Dr R. H. Lewis 50 00 814 G. R. Reams il 70 925 G. R. Reams 3 92 51 W. H. Jones 3l 82 35 3 lo 189 3 16 Renner 899 M. G. Fish 2375 W 2 21 J 64 I36 20 2 39 3 16 2 2 4 2 18 2 2 00 00 90 00 00 00 00 76 00 00 00 00 00 5o 96 96 987 A. McKenney C. 91I 074 975 887 748 788 Miracle T. J. Niceley Jesse Cojtton Dr. Walker Owens J. W Marler J. Joe Hines 752 H. Thacker 75l S. Abney 854 T. J. Niceley 827 79a 22 106 1 V, A. B. Davis B It on & Gentry I16 121 200 74 75 00 14 25 00 937 10 48 615 2 00 878 2 5o 876 2 00 966 994 61 18 grs 22 50 933 2 96 9.r 2 96 22 Henry Owens J. T. Proctor Sanders Smith J. B. Noe Griffin & Gentry i4, 199.00 To Francnise tax on Citizens Bank, $10,327.00 To franchise tax on Cumberland Telephone & Tel- 790 792 3s 4o 797 799 25 81 80I UH Ben Mink Robt. Langford W. H. Wolfe W. A. fr Davia G. T. Johnson G. M. Ballard Dr. Lee Chesnut F. E. Mullins Mullins & Woodall Tom Clark Will McClure J. D. Bullock A. E. Albright "NTpal 22 75 I20 2 00 I08 2 A. rl. Hamlin W. B. Simmon G. C. Johnson Cam Mullins G L. Wren Wallace Las well loo 6 6 26 4 88 3 00 00 40 00 37 00 2o io7 J.W. G. W Chasteen Riggs U9 Melyin Barnett llo W.N. 111 95 Murphy Josh Ball last week with Mrs. Wtn. Nicely, at this place. Rev. Carmical was called to Sparks Quarry last Wed 14 75 nesday to preach the funeral of 5 Uncle Mart Falin. Mrs. John 8 75 Taylor is numbered with the 3 25 sick. 10 25 Mr. Van Winkle, the teacher at .75 this place, is building a house 2 50 near the school house, to teach 2 75 a moon light school. There is a 25 very large crop of grapes and 10 00 chestnuts and black walnuts in 8 60 this part this year. Rev. Carmi51 15 cal of this place attended the 9 95 decoration at Maret Cemetry last 2 00 Saturday. There will be preach 3 lo ing at Mt. Pisgah Saturday and 3 60 Sunday. Rev. Jas. Barnes has 4 oo recovered lrom a long spell of 2 00 sickness enough that he is able to 72 lo preach and he assisted Rev. 25 00 Clifford in his meeting at Hope11 li well last Sunday. There is more 9 00 typhoid in this surrounding 9 00 neighborhood than was ever 8 40 known. saving is the 52 00 order of the day in this part. We 49 66 wonder why this has been such a 2 00 bad season for raising chickens. 3 60 1 he most women in this whole 2 80 neighborhood have raised but 26o5 few. Micajah Sowder and Mr 3 60 little Hazel Barnes are numbered 2 96 with the sic lr, but both better at 8 76 this time. Mrs Will Rash is 3 76 very sick. Dollie, the small child 2 80 of Mr. and Mrs. James Nicely has 2 00 recovered from a severe spell of 2 96 sickness. 3 60 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use lor over SO years iius borne tlie signature or ana nas been mado Tinder bis per-- ps sonal supervision since its infancy. KkZccUAZ Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiments. Just-as-good" Castoria Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its' age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been 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. QJhe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend CASTOR I A What is substitute for Castor Oil, is a harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 2L&& The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THI CCNTAUD COMI 98 99 J. H. Wolf Joe Gatliff 8o2 J. G. Falin 806 R. P. Norton 2 00 5 31 810 egraph Co., 2,125.00 Joe Gatliff 3 li To franchise tax on Berea 808 J. H. Powell 3 60 Telephone Co., $352.oo 88 788 W. A. B. Davis 55 00 To 2,697 Tithes at $1 8o9 James Hammond 3 91 each 2,697 00 84o R. L. Britton 15 10 807 A. M. Sexton 3 60 $10,451.49 813 J. Scott 2 96 To deficit in General 824 W. M. Sowder 12 00 Fund, 3,366 65 818 H. J. Mullins 2 po 83o Gentry & Britton 2o 5o 13,818 14 835 J. L. Thompson 2 00 BY VOUCHERS PAID. 826 W. M Barnett 3 76 75 Neal Parrett 16 06 825 Arch Allen 8 76' W. G. Niceley, 16 00 820 J. W. Parsons 2 00 S. F. Bowman, lo 85 606 The State Journal Co. i4 77 Si 2 96 833 Sanders Smith 82 Wallace Laswell 3 00 79 Mt. Vernon Power Co. 8 25 850 Cam Mullins 20 00 JB6 W. H Able 29 45 816 W. H. Sowder 3 12 318 A. M. Sexton, 3 .60 342 W. M. McHargue 2 90 2 5o .852 Britton & Gentry 0 H. C. Owens, 19 50 2 00 85 1, C. C. Cox 92 W. H. Barnes i2 25 4 00 864 E. N. Whitaker 91 T. J. Penniugton 2 00 5 00 188 J. R. Cope 796 James Winstead 4 00 29 James Winstead, 35 00 955 W. A. B. Davis 100 00 7 00 803 J. T. Hurst fioo James Winstead 2 00 439 00 828 J. L. Thompson. 997 James Winstead 2 00 753 63 773 Ballard Cummins 596 James Winstead 23 3o 600 00 982 W. F. Debord 978 James Winstead 20 00 x3o 65 983 W. S. Cromer 7o James Winstead 2 85 2Y James Winstead 20 78 984 Jeff Price 19 35 781 James Winstead 51 93 985 Bill Bloomer 3 80 782 James Winstead 51 94 9g8 P. Q. Griffin 16 06 892 James- Winstead 57 4o 4 J. L. Cash 26 87 8 86 999 Tom Kirby 943 James Winstead 5 80 85 W. M. Mullins 2 00 7 Harlan Doan lo 50 20 C. C. Williams 75 00 6 Harve Chaney 3 00 888 Eila Carson 100 00 741 Standard Printing Co. 7 00 i5 50 3 W. A. Cox 25 J. W. Mink 14 5o 18 Germo M'fg., Co. 25 00 ioon W. L. Sowder 4 5o .32 J. S. Langford 13 00 ioo7 Vanzant Bros., 3 00 33 Sherman Chasteen il 00 986 J. C. Wood 2 00 2 80 72 L. W. Bethurum 34 Sherman Chasteen 2o 00 800 00 73 Cam Mullins 37 E R. Gentry 2 15 36 S. P. Bowman 250 00 io3 W. H. Anderson 2 00 38 Hardin Moore 34 00 io5 L. H. Davis 4 00 40 Tom Evans, 27 50 I04 Pernelia Carlton 8 00 4 1 J.A.Jones 5 58 865 J. B. Noe 48 05 42 J. Fish 21 75 866 Britton & Gentry 20 00 45 W. J. Chasteen lx 00 859 A.J. Pike Jr. 4 50 67 00 87 1 W. M. Hansel 47 J. S. Arnold 2 00 13 56 87o Emmett Brown 63 S. P. Bowman i5 00 61 E. Bullock 13 5o 868 T. B. Pike 3o 46 62 W. M. Mullins 13 00 876 W. M. Hansel 3 10 51 John Clontz 3 00 867 James Cottengim 300 6 00 872 T. J. Niceley 48 Phil Carrier, 81 65 49 Proctor & McKenzie 9 00 889 Albert Cromer 20 85. J03 Bank of Mt. Vernon I2 50 89o Tom Price 3 5o 714 G. M. Ballard 154 67 9o8 D. C. Mink 2 96 33 G. M. Ballard i49 48 S21 S. L. Rose 4 00 4 G. VM. Ballard 350 00 962 B. A Riddle 2 7o G.U. Ballard lo 00 967 J. C. Rimel 3 :6o 'l'25 909 Dilly Cottongim 56 M.T--. Singleton 2 28 Peoples,, Bank 48 00 9o5 J. E. Singleton 3 39 39 D. G. .Clark 4 00 9 06 W. M. Owens 3 36 59 Cam Mullins 6 00 9o4 W.-M- . Owens 3 36 ,57 S. O.ltavis 3145 9o7 J. E. Singleton 2 do 4 00 999 Mrs. H. MaHaffey ii9 Ellen Brown 20 00 E. S. Albright 320 45 897 Josh Ball 2 66 16 J. H.Lambert, 3l 50 974 A. B. Furnish 207 42 34 qo 996 F. M. Ponder I5 Solomon Griffin 3i 55 2 00 895 H. J. 'McClure 102 Jonas McKenzie 13 OO io3 Jonas McKenzie 13 2o 85s C E. Mullins " 2 00 x3 Willis Adams 2 00 763 Mrs. Mamie Hurst I ;bo 4 80 J 912 W. M. Hurst . j.i . D. Ramsey 3.16 -- Pflrrnfct: Neal Parrett 32 Neal Parrett 964. R. F.Bradley 26 A E. Albright W. W. Cable 877 848 963 J. N. Griffin Pete Cummins 861 J. L. Arnold 822 C. G. Herrin 859 Lewis McGuire 8o4 O. FenneU 995 G. 0. Frith 44 W. M. Sowder 50 W. S.Robbius 58 W. A. Cox 946 W. A. Cromer 52 M. F. Deaton 3 16 lo4 Dave Hines 82 65 9" G. Philbeck 13 25 96 Spencer Mullins lo 00 i'5 F. E. Mullins 2 00 114 J. E. Mitchell '8 20 n2 0 E. Mullins 4 00 113 W. L. Sowder 25 00 I18 Chas Fletcher '2 00 I19 George Payne 6 65 io2 Lee Renner 6 00 io5 U S. Berry 3 16 q28 Owen Allen 6 00 706 Dr. Walker Owens 3 76 623 Dr. 2 00 18 00 3 00 16 5o 2 40 ioo 5 00 io3 John DeBord. 360 8 92 2 00 3 76 . -- eASTORI OHiiagen Qrr ron EEjDHEirs f H r Prices Shot to Pieces B 65c per doz. 2 gallon Jars 50cperdoz, qt Jars Pure Lard in 50-l- b cans $5.00 1 H II 3 76 3 76 2 2 2 . 2 2 2 3 92 3 60 2 00 oo 00 00 00 00 ,,., ", w. a. liravei '00 9oi 46 Geo. Simms F. M. Ponder 64 35 4 00 lo 00 163 00 6 00 2 00 . Mt. Vernon Power Co., 860 Sherman Chasteen 967 J. J. Hamilton 43,. Walter QwonB 857 Gentry & Bpitfcob 815 E. L. Skidmore 934 J. M. Fish 965 Jeff Price 744 712 9o2 208 954 2 00 3 75 3 12 2 00 9 9o John Robins J. T. Proctor O. D. 39 2 2i 00 Debord 4 4o - 972 973 99o 976 9oo 880 993 875 93 1 811 911 839 9 10 27 12 Davis Cummins Pete G. M Ballard Bill Bloomer R. H. Hainm Granville Owens J. H. F. E. Mullins B A. Hayes J S. Kinley W. P. Hays M. F. Deaton Ed Fletcher W. A. B. loo 06 2 00 4 34 6 90 37 5o Pitman D. C. Poynter M. W. W. H. Mullins Feal Parrett 83 John Sowder 89 24 B.F.Price J. S. Cash W. M. Bullock W. D. LasweJl R. G. Webb Lee Chestnut W. T. Amyx E. B. Grey 2o 00 16 05 4 00 1 00 By lo per cent Commiss2 00 ion on first $5000.00, 500 00 3 92 By 4sper cent Commis185 34 2 Oo sion on Residue 1 50 By Delinquent Polls 528 00 4 00 By exonerated polls 301 00 2 00 $13818 14 69 82 10 00 T. J. Niceley S. Com. 9 5o Cam Mullins, Sheriff of Rock By-La- ud 00 216 00 il 00 6n4 W M. Poynter 26 67 791 J.S Kinley 20 00 26 88 616 Dr. W D Las well . 42 12 702 Dr. W. D. Lowell 53 00 776 Dr. W. D Laswell 663 Dr. Walker Owens 21 82 622 S. F. Bowman 85 12 8ao M. J. Miller 57i 4o 2I J. M. Proctor 30 00 M J. Miller, 238 45 31 123 Cam Mullins 5?1 50 25 00 T. J. Niceley Mary Isaacs 766 70 41 75 3506 W. A. Cox 7o73 Sarah E. Mij?e Hit i2 50 85i3 J. J. Bullock 42o9 Dr. Walker Owens 9 5o Logan Renner i2 00 1 31 50 Cam Mullins 286 08 I26 L. H, Davis 136 F. M. Maxey 3 76 2 00 Bowman 140 Robt 2 00 134 Brack Durham By Exonerated property $15,806 00 at 25 cts. on each $loo.oo 39 51 Sales $9,378 00 at 25 cts. on each $lqo.oo 23 44 - A.WONDERFUL ANTlSEPriC .Germs, and infection aggravate ailments and retard healing. Stop thtJt infection at once. Kill the germs and get rid of the poisons. For this purpose a single application of Sloan's Liniment not only kills the pain out destroys the germs. This neutralized infection and gives nature assistance by overcoming congestion and gives a chance for the free and normal flow of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an emergency doctor and should be kept con stautly on hand 25c, 50c. Toe $1.00 size contains six times as much as the 25c. 8 -I Flour 75c, 90c and $ N LOO a sack S Immm CmscrfMrr C jJRKfvt ctaaMala BUtorr or Music. Kniembl , Playing and Sight Reading, luith vnrsl.Mlnrtwm.tiM' Diplomas Issued. Artist and student recital adrantagej. Dormitory for girls. Tuition low. For catalog address UUirUlt Caissmtar tX HiH..x3J8,tHlUi,f, An exclnalre mule feboet J' Opn( September Ttb. Com. slete counts In Plno,Volc. Violin, Orcan.'Cetlo. PubU School Kiulc Theory. Language. KJtUSIC 1 Hr-mon- y. J I EVERYTHING IS IN PROPORTION S S y R. The Man Who S. the Farmers Trade JETT Wants m I have decided to sell out and go west One farm situated one mile noith-eas- t of Mt. Vernon, on what is called the Town Branch. It contains 35 acres and is known as the George Decker farm The other is one and one half mile noitheast of Mt. Vernon, on the same branch and is known as the Adams-Bryan- t Mill Place. It contains 30 acres. If sold at once will sell at a bargain. Anyone wanting tobuy, write me at n, Liv-ngsto- Notice. - ! J J B B B B B B B Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draught," S I ceived from the use of Thedford's Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without have re- writes J J J J J J J J 5 a Jj Ky. Adams Bryant. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS BLAck-DraugH- T B gl in rny home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. fft If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- 41 Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. i2o6 4203 4213 i4 00 4I 00 f 25 4i94 4x94 7o58 85I1 19 00 14 5o 3 70 1 00 2.5 '5 W. N. Riggs W. H. Poynter 7067 E. Kirby 7o5i Sallie Crank 8049 America Adams 7o5o America Adams G. B. Lawrence Nannie Hunt 42ol 25 35 13 DEPEND UPON YOURLIWR. That sluggish liver with flow of bile is what makes the world look so dark at times. Dr. King's New Lite Pills go straight to the roqt ot the difficulty by waking up the castle County, in accouut with action of the liver and increasinp said County lor revenue collected the bile. Dr. King's New Lift for school expences for the year Pills cause the bowels to ac more freely and drive away those 19x4. "moody days". 25c. a bottle. To advalorum tax on $1,732,666.00 less $62o,- 03I.00 amount included In Giaded School Dis- ' tricts, at 26 cts on each ! Jj B a 5 t B rapceape&3ica 3cC$DlC8e3$D ", op 15o :'3-9- 5 ' i 3 00 $100.00 To-advaler- ra 2.225 27 f-- - Sherman Chasteen-7o6BettieHoward 7o49 Sarah Allen ; , 7068 Mary Ledbetter 4236 4259 7o57 7o 2 5o included in Graded . a 1 00 School Districts at i5 75 2octsOn each $100.00 1 $ri2o.co omitted prop erty-les- s $715.00 amt taxon 'i'fvr a JMiifi i JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE W taop 4214 706S, P. Cornelius W. D. Las well Rosa Deesv H. H. Isaacs . 5o Ttf advalorem tax on 4 75 TangV.e Property of ' 5o L, & N. R. R. 1 25 1,43 "1 ?t ED . Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS tf&$3.$ A good line of fx&3C&3C&$2 . -- .": ? - B.Warren N.JJ, McFerronE. Miller Lovell 2 - 7o7i 2 . 9 W. A. B. Davis loo 00863 10 Hanna Paint Mfg; Co. 69 80J 862 J. . L. Arnold J. L. Arnold A.G. -- 3 86 3. A. ft "!' 0 00 6457 G. Lovell ... Mary Ledbetter. ''? ',.l:: y , $755,875.00 less$21o-- ' 25 845.00 at 20 cts. on each 5o $100. oov .1,09 4 25 To franchise tax on L. Jsrjx 3 5' &. R. R. Co.. $555. '2 75 875..P0Ies $i52,i25.r :; General Merchandise 1 06 id' 74 $loo6o 35 &25 od"at.25:cts on each".... - 3l b7. 00 (Concluded "onthird'page) Monuments of ail Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr, Granite. Manufacturers of and 'DEALER in Marbles and " &X$3KP3& Farm Implements A J HlJi Pom 112 ' ft apcapc&pc. 9 $D33C J lVVt B. m.Zm i J"i !- JTt V