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Mount Vernon signal: September 24, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915092401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 24, 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. V - Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. . 'fcrmw 9mm iiiittf MT. VERNON, Established 1887 NUMBER 49 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1915 ft. Advertisement For Bids OFFICE OP T IE FISCAL COURT OP ROCKCASTLE: Sealed proposals addressed to the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle for i he construction ot that part of the road lediug to the Maaison County line f'o 1 Mt. Vernon. Ky., between Mt. Vernon and k o.vn as State Aid road No 43, will be received Roundstone up to noon Oct. 4, iUi5, and will be publicly opened and read at 2 p in on sid date. The pla .s and specification for said road may h- - se Mti tie race ot the uiert 01 me Kocitcasue oumy mil' , 11 U Vcinon having been approved by the Fiscal Court of Rockc.srle f'oun y and the Con missioner of Public Roads, and bids must be sor the worn done in accordance with said plans and specifications Th s road is approxnna ely seven miles. Bids' will be received on the work as a whole, or for the first three miles outof Mt. Vernon, or foi eich mile separately. Bids will also be rceived or grading and macadamizing of said road separately, in th.; same divisions just set out. The said Fiscal Court reserves the right to rejtct any i.nd all bids. Before contracts are binding on the first parties they must receive approval of he Commissioners ol Public Roads. Each bid must the be accompanied by cash or certified check, payable at sight to the order of the County Treasurer for 5 per cent, of the amount of the proposal; which check shall be held until the execution of the conCo-iinv iNIMIIMIiaifillllllllUAAiAA... ... . - mm- - '!!JJ,J!!! -- " U BAKE MT. VERNON KENTUCKY a .st.-to- We Greatest S SL& Beg To Advise That We Have Bought At a Discount Much Below Cost JUDGE W. R. CRESS Who will soon begin a speaking tour of Rockcastle in the interest or nis candidacy tor Uiccnit Judge. See the speaking dates elsewhere in this issue. f FOR CASH tract. B'fore the contract is awarded, the successful bidder will be re quired to furnish a bond equal to the amouut of the proposal for the faithful performance of the work in accordance with the aforesaid plans and specifications. All work to be done under tde directions and supervision of the state road department. By order of the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County. S. F. BOWMAN, Clerk, Rockcastle County Court. II The Price Is Right This Year. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COM-FROCINCINNATI PLETE LINE AND KNOXVILLE OF LADIES' AND MISSES' which M COATS are now on Display. ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF YOUTHS', BOYS' & MENS' CLOTHING Consisting of SUITS, OVERCOATS and Odd Pants You will find the price right Call and inspect my line. You will find a complete line of Ger2ral Merchandise. J. M. BRODHEAD, ADAMS KY- - This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before THE FACT THAT IT IS SEEKING you Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For It igg&t&&&&&&&&&'W peoples Bank Mt Vernon Xyy & Kentucky :". i- TKmt'mi0a'rr'nimwi7'm F. Robins sold to J. T. Rigsby 13 Catnrrh Cure. F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo e mixed cattle for $553.65. a bunch the undersigned, have of hogs at 14 cents, and a mule to known F. J. Cheney for the last :::: yc$x&x&yi$ a Mr. Butts, at Crab Orchard, for 15 years, and believe him per . $100. Mr. and Mrs. Walter fectly honorable in all business BOaec Smith, of Crab Orchard, were the transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations & guests of her parents, Mr. and made by his firm. Mrs. J. M. Owens, Sunday. E. NATIONAL BANK OF COM. L. Robbins, of London, is visiting MERCE, Toledo, O. his brother, F. F. Robbins this Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inweek. Miss Etta Cable has en- ternally, acting directly upon the e e a tered school a Bowling Green. blood anp mucous surfaces of the She will take a business course system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cts. per Sold I. B. Frith has a traveling posi- by all Druggists. bottle. tion with M. DeSopo, of LouisTake Hall's Family Pills for wihh him success where; ever his ter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ponder ville, and we hope Jim will make lot may be cast. Thomas Jones Mr. Baker is iu the goods business constipation. good Mrs". G. F. Sutton and and D B. Rambo were in Louis- - here and we guess they will locate Mrs. W. J. Owens were the guests ville Friday and each claim that among us. May their lives be of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith at that the other said the people were long and full of pleasure. Crab Orchard, bad behind with their hauling. Wednesday. EVERY HOME NEEDS A Mrs. P. E. Snivel, who has Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O'Dell are FAITHFUL COUGH AND been quite ill for several months, There are a few more couples visiting relatives in Cincinnati. ' COLD REMEDY with Bright's disease, died at her that we look to join the matrimo- The series of meetings at the Bap When seasons change and colds home Thursday of last week, and nial ranks in our town, and our tist church, conducted by the appear when you nrst aetect a the remains were laid to rest in friend Hickrs is still a candidate. Revs. Jones and McUracKen, are , cold alter sitting next to one who the Maretburg Cemetery the fol John Parks is still a candidate. well attended and instructive- .- has sneezeci. then it is that a tried lowing day after services by the Rev. Baker filled his regular ap- - and tested remedy should be faith- Mrs. O. H. Howard, of Pine-villRev. Green Fish. Beside her hus never wrote a who was before her marriage pointraent at the Christian church fully used. band, she is survived by five miss ussie rike, is visiting Miss Sundav. G. S. Griffin was in testimonial before, but, 1 know that myself and family children, Ezra Shivel, of White-woo- Ethel Hayes. S. C. Franklin, h Mt. Vernon on business Wdnes- - Dr King's New Discovery is the Ky., Richard, John and & in. watcn Inspector, was here day. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gray best CQngh remedy we ever used Fred Shivel, Mrs. Alfred Owens Wednesday. Mrs. A. W. Bourne will start for Colorado this week arjd We have tried them all." and Miss Bessie Shivel, of this has returned from London TOhpr and will visit San Francisco be- - 5oc. and l.oo , i.m place. W T nf 1.. - sue nas Deen for a few dav? fore they return. Edgar Herd .vccaiuu. w uie oereavt. ea mucn sympathy. We are glad to note that the sick has been working a few days in ivicrarianaiviemonai Mr. and Mrs. George Owens, of of this locality are Paris. Mr. and Mrs. T. J.. Oma-- 1 allconvalecin Presbyterian Church Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. J. M ! Mrs. Thomas Farley and daugh-Owen- s, ry and children, have returned' j of this place, Mrs. Walter ter, Mrs. EdHerd, are visiting from an extended visit with rela- - The following services will be Smith of Crab Orchard, Mrs. G. relatives in Lebanon Junction and tives at Stanford U G. Baker held next Sunday: F.Sutton, of Lexington, were Louisville thfs week who has recovered from a severe Sabbatn School. 9:4s a. m. Suthe guests of Mrs. Kate Owe. s Herd has moved into oae Edar spell ot fever, was down from Mt. perintendent A. B. Furnish. of W. A. Tyree was in H. Davis' houses. Dr. and Mrs Vernon visiting friends Sunday, Preaching service, 11:00 a. m. Mt. Vernon Tuesday on business. W. T. Amyx, looking well considering the siege after spending a After the morning service a Tolley Helton, of St. Louis, was few days with relatives at Leba-her- e which he has just gone through. service of Ordination will be held a few days during the week non Tuuction and the State Rlxir Mrs. Pat Cook and sister, Miss followed by reception of new V.. looking after the settling of the have returned hom Georgia Wood, of Richmond, are members, and the Sacrament of estate of the late John Flynn. George Griffin, Jr. has return visiting relatives here this "week. the Lord's Supper. Some of the household effects from Buckeye and Married, Sept. 18,, Mr. Fred has entered It is requested that all mem' were sold at public out-crTues school here. Rev. Macmillian Baker and Misa Carrie Ponder, bers of the church be present if at day, andtbe real estate will be delivjred his Mr. Baker all possible. farewell sermon Rev. disposed of later. Mr. Helton nere a son of Mr. and Mrs. U. G. ounday. While he has lots is C. E. Society, Junior, 3, p. m. returned tohfsTiQme Wednesday. of friends here that reg-- et to give Baker of Mt Vernon, and a nice C. E Society, Senior 7, p. m. His daughter, Miss Delia, who' him up, yet we know our loss yun8 man. Miss Carrie is the Preaching Service, 8, p. m. had lived with her grand parents, will be Louisville's gain, and we beatifulaud accomplished daugh- '"Rev. H. T. Young and his con O-W- Mrs. J. M. Owers.and other rela- iv,""u ".y tives here during the week. F. thateannot be - the late Mr. and Mrs John Flynn fromalmost infancy, accompanied him to his St.Louis home. Enoch Reynolds, who claimed Rowland Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Graveley as his home, ran away Tuesday with-'- a twelve year old and children, returned from afternoon a few weeks visit to relatives in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Farthern. A warrantwas issued Virginia the last of last week, Brodhead Chapter, No. 157, Roy- for him charging bim with kid al Arch Masons, held ifs regular napping, and sent to Chiel Carelection last Monday with the fol. ter at Stanford, but at this writ-iunothing has been heard of lowing results: J. Thos. Cherry, either of them. Mr. and Mrs. of Crab Orchard. High Priest; A. M Htatt, King; W. H. Anderson, Walter Hysinger, of the Hiatt Scribe;. 7i,hn Rnhin.q. fZprrptar'v section, are rejoicing over the ar- ounc Sylvan Bordes, Treasurer; JomHr'3,1 f tbe5r fiE3t 0Jmg oaoy boy. Miss Etta Sow- Sigtnon. Sentinel; Julian Bordes, Captain of the Host; R. L Smith der, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Principal Sojourner; J. F. Bordes, H. Sowder, W A. Robbius, son Royal Arch Captain; R. S. Shivel. ot Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Robbins. Master 3rd Veil; M. A. Stevens. were married at the residence of Master 2nd Veil; Ed Smith, Mas tne oinciauug minister, Rev. A. ter 1 st Veil The officers will be J. Pike, Sunday evening. Wj regularly installed at meeting of join heir many friends in wishing them much happiness. October 2nd at 7:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sutton .and HOW'S THIS. children of Lexington, were the guests of her parents, Mr. and We offer One Hundred Dollars JSreGlkoeiGL Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. the History of the Trade. OUR STORE 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 A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and WILL BE g rim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING I 11cm SOLD AT A SACRIFICE each m - it would take this entire paper, were we to name wcuctvc lu oner you, so we must content our selves by saying, "COME AND SEE' up-to-d- ate cured by Hall's ttso 01 uatarrn Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new and at nearly Cne-haPriee. SHOES and SLIPPERS at eLss than Cost to make up Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less lf 1 i. Our; Motto "SELL IT FOR LESS' - MT. VERNON KENTUCKY ' ' BAKER'S k. .. gregation have very kindly sented to hold their monthly ion service conUn- at the Presbyterian LViHLGrsleia I church on this occasion. The monthly Union service is really due to be held at the Christian church Sunday, but as this will be the last Sunday of Mr. Macmil-han'- s ministry in Mt. Vernon, thi. arrangement has been made. There will be a farewell sermon preuched bv Mr. Macmillan, with some special music, by the ladies of the church. We earnestly urge one and all to come to all of these services. e, 'I d, Pjyely MO 1 JpuammmJf y Jones-officiatin- g. -- K- - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, I? ivi ,. Sept. 24, 1915 entuckv's industries, aricul tme, education and social life." I. uie -. 1.1 .lfnr nuiaic an r ilrlrtr "i jj.iui--j I In iaapnvw "" ""jswa. " 11 J. attention to their hiscal Court claims that no stateuie t t as been pulilibht for some years by sheriff g of settlement as the hw requires. $I.O UBSCRIPTION OnS VEA.R Come down to the mountains and will find such statemeii s a "e Advertising rates maue know a jou publisht heie every year. Published every Friday by ED GAB S. ALBRIGHT. application LINCOLN BOND ELECTION By the sruajority of only 52 votes, the proposition to issue Si3o,oooin bonds to build new Dikes and improve the old roads in Lincoln couuty was dfetted at the special election Saturday. The vole was 864 for the bonds and 910 against. The question f whether a two thirds vote is necessary to vote bonds is now be fore the court. Many contend chat the ro irts will ho!d that only a majority vote is required, which is wl at tho e who favored the bond issue hoped to get in tin- Tho-vwho. election Saturday. to rebuild the are for a bond Lincoln county roads say t ai; an other election will be called with in a few months when the ban ondition of the public ihotough fares becomes more apparent to the people as winter weather sets in. An analysis of the vote cast snows that only a very small part of the voting population of Lincoln county participated in the election. Out of about 4,000 votes in the county less than i.Soo votes polled, which shows an amazing lack of interest in the subject. Up i the Ka t End the vot was overwhelmingly in favor of the bonds as the people of Crah Orchard want and need very badly a pike from the metropolis of the East End out to Bee Lick. lute rior Journal. e Danville Advocate in' cabling j Winsor"! tfODEL This shoe of the hour for the young man, low receding toe, gray cloth top, Gun Metal SOME PEOPLE HAVE TROUBLE WITH THEIR FEET OTHERS WEAR s E L B Y By coming here you will serve yourself best, because our stock is complete and our method of fitting is complete. S 4- - V I Walk-Ov- er MEMBER OF KENTUCKY OR PRESS ASSOCIATION S xfri rCxSTRfr ! 7"ojx Sclby 'OME to the store where you don't have to experiment, when in? foot v ear. Here we fit vou with an accurate knowledge of just what shape is necessaay to give you the utmost in comfort and satis- The highway question is still a '1 Ay WALK (OVER 'T . DOC" MODEL live one, and not dead, as some local people have been led to be lieve, on account, of a few of our counties seeming to be asleep in the E 11 line of construction, among them is our own county, tho indications faction are that a portion of one of the Plenty of room in toe, three lines will be let within the will doesn't look clumsy, carries next live weeks. The Dixie Boone will be completed thru Bell find all 1 he the right height is built upon the founa heel countjr before ChrutnKis. Knox model you buy in any and Laurel are in about the same dation of regular customers whose shae as RocKcastle as far as con patterns made in various Kangaroo and confidence was won originally and other store is concerned. There is struction leathers and fabrics. no doubt that these thru highways MetaL is retained permanently by good serwill be built, but the long dela in beginning the work in the vice and careful attention counties mentioned is an three noying to say the least. I V" 'i like the way we treat you In connection with the IC4 II counties that are applicants fv state aid to apply on inter romry vf B seat roads. Our State will hive a number of important thru high ZX ways including Booi.e Way from Cumberland Gap via Mt Vernon, ?i WALK Louisville. East Dixie Highway from Cumberland Gap, via Mi. The largest under wiiting synVernon, to Cincinnati. Went Notice the above illustra-Dixie Highway from Louisville to dicate t'ie Western world has e er Cloth Metal, tions they portray the latNashville. The Northern termi- knowfn was in process of forti a , also XZ 1 nus of Dixie Highway is Chicago; tion to day to handle the propostd est in shoe style. "billion dollar" credit loan to the Southern is Miami Florida, with East and Vest loops at Indi Great Britain and France, wl ich Bowling Green, Ky. j auapolis, converging at Chatanco it was reported to a sum 37et to Sept 20, 1915 isss-s:jwsssyxrsssjy ga Dixie Bee Line is proposed be determined, between 600,020, :::::US3J . t "tXZ to run from Chicago to Nasln ille 000 and $800,000,000. ! This mammoth syndioate, ac Evansvi'le, Hendeison, Hop via Hopuinsville, Guthrie, &c. The cording to tentative arrangements I II 3. S StVllSh 6 rPho n,riror li3e hon ovtroniolu' O..- K farmers are vtry busy g J,,... JaCttson Highway with loops, one said to have been agreed upon, Get this fact, please. For men 0A busy since hw visit to our city l nation-wid- e will be g or women, no matter what the in its charac now saving fodder and m.l beginning at Chicago, running t . .... and has been .luaj from the office ter and will comprise national and si.rehiun. Corn is shoit in tin 8 time or place, silk hose is the Louisville and there converging pra'jticallv all of the time. There- - est... & only hose that's really stylish S so with Eastern loop, starting fron. stite banks ana tnibt companies part and lot of laimers are mov. a the mfodi tVJ in narmony jl fore, he has seemed to nerlect lo.... g 9 ivhh X... R imr ...w.. j j Niagra Falls, coming into Even from the Atlantic to the Pacific ... thpir fnm ip ui s oneonilv in IA you ana your eptuemi 01 typnoiu sea... Then get this fact. Phoenix A nr.mber of pro Ger the bottoms -where the corn 9 tuckv at Mavsville, passing tlnu Silk Hose, for men or women, fever. It is our piniou, has d 00!" a) man financiers, it was repoited drovnd out. There is a revi :i gives all that maybe asked Fleming, Nicholas and Bourbo. upon careful consideration, of ne.. richness and style pervill join the syndicate if it he meeting going on at Clear Creek " counties to Lexington, thence fection and answers every rewhat was learned bv the w iter's quirement of true economy. over the route of Boone Wa finally agreed that the proceeds of Baptist church, conducted by visit, that vour epidemic is due to 3 Phoenix Silk Hosiery is the ut(Booue-Jackso- n Highway) to Lou the big loan shall be available onh Rev H. Ponder. It begun Sept most in style and value knitted e the drinking of the water from from real Thread Silk in all isville. From Louisville to New for commodity exports and not 12. and probably will continue to the bpiUt Spring, although every- ej the wanted colors priced MT. VERNON. KY. Orleans the Jackson Highway wil for munitions of war. The price next Sunday. There Ins bstn surprisingly low. points to pollution of t.ie ??!! e BS at probably be touted via Bards .it which this syndicate will pui ten additions and ,the interest E CATER to the voung folks euure water Gearing strata irom eo C G'asgow, Scottsville, Nash out the British and French gov- .,eems to increase. The church town, with a complete line of which these springs and your so"" ernment bonds which will be is hou.e will no accommodate the ville, Birmingham, Montgomery, Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, shfd ow we'ls e t' air water. a- .'09 people. Sidney 1J Croucler, a and to the old folks with all kinds Mobile and on to the crescent sued to secure the issue will The only solution I cau see in tre oo... The bonds will pay 5 per widower, aged 52, and wtll known of reconstructive tonic and oat city. Ten states are represented rase of your CUV is that yDu ill & sjstem builders. cent interest and will be a first all over die county, on Sept. i(), in a big corvention that met in stall a pumping station, resjivo r A9. a Oil Nashville yesterday for a two mortgage upon the entire British 'to'.e Miss My tie Berry, age i7, OS and purification plant Whi e e Empire and France and her colc-nie- the daughter of J J . Berry, and ' days conference at which the rout90 this would c st sonw little sum to 33 All other obligations of the eloped to Jelltco, Tenn., and weie ing of this highway was to be OS" ea do, still you must consider that in She Home of THNLRC Their many friends 30 done and the election of officers. two nations will be subordinated married. addition to furnishing an u .limi oe.- 'Phone No. 39 to the proposed big bond issue j in in wishing them a happy life Peter Lee Atherton. of Louisville, ted amount of water for a'l 9- Mr. D. Lester Clark, son of Mr. now temporary President, will, o here. Even the staggering sums .household purposes assuring 80 -- oa doubt, be elected to that office as raised by bond issues at home, W. G. Clark, deceased, and a cleanliness, saving real drudgery f with which the war has been car-r- i bright young man, was married he has done more tojpush forward "am wife, as well as prof r the 00 d on, will eome second to the on Sept 9th, to Miss Delia Balliu-ger- , the movement than any other testing health. There is also the o aaa loan to be floated here when the the charming daughter of person. PUBLIC SPEAKING. great element of fire protection to a aaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaar t.saaaeoaaeaaaoaaa time comes to pay the principal. lohnet-ta- , Mr. John U. Ballinger, of Eastern Kentucky counties, inJudge W. R. Cress, will aadress be considered. I note in the 'Squire Chasteen officiating. the cluding Letcher, Leslie, Beiry, voters of Rockcastle county paper that your city has been visiBreathitt, Lee and Estill, have THE NEXT BEST THING TO Mr. and Mrs. Clark will make iu the interest of his candidacy ted in the past week by a disas- :C&3cCfcDcat 30C85tC taeir home at Bear Wallow, Madi for Circuit Judge of the 28th trous lire. A tew such conflaga- THE PINE FOREST FOR started a movement for costruct-InCOLDS IS sjn county, where Mr. Ulark has Judicial District at the following tions would more than pay the a highway from Whitesburg to Richmond, to connect at the Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Honey a farm. Alfred Wood, who taught times and places: cost of the necessary water plant, j I latter point with the Dixie High- which goes to the very root of our school and gave such unani and from a cold blooded business Level Green, It clears the throat mous satisfaction, and was way. It has been stated the road oold troubles Monday, October 4th, 1 p.rc. point of view, your city can do Ky I to teach he same school would be named the "McCreary and gives relief from that clogged Proctor's Schoolhouse, nothing that will return a greater feeling The Highway" in honor of our Gov- and stuffed been the friend ofpines this year, taught two months and Monday, October 4th, 6 80 p.m I ivcstment for the money exhave ever mar ernor, who has been such a friend in driving away colds. Moreover resigned and entered the medical Brodhead, pended. COMPLETE LINE Tuesday, October 5th, 7 pm. srhool.. Sherman Chasteen, who to the good roads raovemejt in the pine-boue- y qualities are pe We shall be glad to rendtr you Coffins, Caskets and Robes culiarly effective in fig'iting was teaching Climax school, re Copper Creek Schoolhouse, Kentucky. any assistance in our power fxr Tuesday, October 5th, 11 a mfl children's colds Remember that signed and accepted our school Mail, Telegraph or Telethe attainment of this end. a cold broken atrfbe start greatly Conway, of the Climax school The Kentucky Gazette, found removes the poss'bility of compli and trustees phone orders Promptly Very truly yours, Wednesday, October 6th, 1 p.m. employed J. W. Cox to finish that ed by John Bradford, August 11 cations. 20c. D. P. Curry, Filled fcUWii? "j W ' '11 1'iaW Wildie, The people regretted school. 178?, at Lexington, h.y., the first SK State Sanitary Engineer. Wednesday, October 6th. 6 30 p.m. very much to give Mr. Wood up. newpaper publisht west of the' &$ C&X&2dft& A man never looses money on Orlando Alleghanies, has been revived and fast, horses. It's the slow horse He is a bright, promising young 7th, 11 a.m, Carefully Treat Thursday, October began its weekly publication with that drives him to the free lunch man. John R. Cope, who has Livingston, DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CUrEo COLIC, n oeen so low. is no better. headquarters in Children's Colds CHAMBFRLAIN'S DIARThursday, October 7th, 6 30 p m. counter. CHOLERA AND "My attention was first called building, Louisville, by the Ga Pine Hill, RHOEA REMEDY to Chamberlain's Colic cholera occasion to ' Friday. October 8th, 1.00 p m. A girl seldom has Keglect of chUdren's colds often lays tho ztte Publishing Co., CHAMBERLAIN'S LINIMENT ry for help when a young man foundation of serious lung trouble. On "I advised the 'boys when and Diarrhoea Remedy as much Hopewell Church, "The Kentucky Gazette in all the other hand, it is harmful to continu- - they enlisted for the Spanish war as twelve years ago. At that 'If you are ever troubled Friday, October 8th, 6.30 p.m. the years of its history has never aches, pains or soreness of with kisses her probably because be ?i3T doso delscato btUo atomadms to take Chamberlain's Co'ic time I was seriously ill with the is able to help himself. Pongo. r l eep cailwu Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedv summer complaint f lost its identity or been merged muscles you wi'l appreciate the One dose Saturday, October 9th, 1pm. checked Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and them, and have teceived f this remedy the w th any other paper. To day it good qualities of Chamberlain's happens that with And it sometimes Blue Springs Schoolhouse, good application of Vick'q trouble v rites Mrs C. W. Flo r- thanks for the advise holds unchallenged its title as Liniment. Many sufferers from a man uever .disagrees with his . the first Saturday, October 9th, 6 30 p.m balve oyer the tliroat and ence, Rockfield, Ind. For sale sign trouble, will keep the httle chaps given , wnu.s j. H HoUffhland "Pioneer Newspaj er of the West" rheumatism and sciatica have used wife because he is a bachelor. n, Mount Vernon, free from roHa without- iniuriniT their di- - Rldon., Towa.J "No D6rsnn wheth- - "i Al1 Lieaierij. .. .. - ., it with the best result . J J It 0 and the publishers of the piper gestions. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. Mondav, (. c ober 11th, 1 p.m er traveling or at home should be Round trip to Louisville lor you hold in your hand, in reviving and lame valuoble for lumbago 4 Everybody is cordially invited ZUE. QZHU1NE HAS THIS TSADE MARK without this great remedy. ' For For sale bv back. lo. Oct. I7, 8 and 19 limited A man mav have to co through TheKentucke Gazette, have as All Dealers. sale by A'l Dealers. to Oct 24 account of Grand Lodge to attend. A special invitation life without anv rich relatives. the desire to make "their of Kentucky F. 8c A. M. and given to the ladles. Law! But a woman can always invent Croup and C11 VV UITW'C Pneumonia alfUul Et Jtffcrson School Kentucky paper, of Kei it "a Isaac Walker, IlUnLlbf Grand Chapter- - of Kentucky some. tucky, by Kentucky, for Ken I tSMUiUmUMmmdlkmdS) Chairman Campaign Com., R A. M. deTWO YEAR LEWIS COMPLETE11th Tear ODeaaCOURSE,Sec- BETHURUM-&- . tucky.1' It is intended to be. the Oct. 3. cree LL.B. 28t5 Tndipin.1 restrict. Tor Infants and Children, ond terra. Jan. 3. Prenarea for ban la For Rent: Owelliug on M?m nllstates. AcceatoMooartiuuKlarta 'medium of expression fcr any The Kind You Have Always Bought Attorneys Law Bureau. Tuition llbrarlcfi. uIIt noTah.n. For FRKX eatatosne and street, the Dr. Davis residence. who desires to use it Kentucklan hamaome ttxlt Daotone EUhlnt of Sti3H3131J KQ4 TLomas Jetf erson ready to frame, write Offices in Bethuvum Bldg. Sears the FOR FLETCHER'S For further information apply to and non sectariIt is Ln-- f, , aunT roncwtat, ' all the Courts Sept.. W.T.Davis. an. Its.energies will be devoted Signature V. J L Y but You just Our tuiiness A can't newest Gun s You'll 1 "Whip" MODEL Top Come in. E L w 1 "?y77YTT OS 1Over Gun Dark o: Y 1 Mat Top. zx sfraryrav i - I r ttiitt9ao(sotii::!:ii ; m T-H- E t CHAS. C W.M go. e"" so-thing DAVIS Leading Druggist . re-.-e- i' bt-pa- 9o. w ..a 1 j s. $. ea. CHAS. C. DAVIS 1 35 0a. e 3' -- oaaaaaaa4aoaaaa 1 g GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER em-playe- d 1 Brodhead ' 11 Inter-Souther- c X r "Sr "yap-O-Ru- ( CASTOR A non-politic- Mf& dnldreai cry at Self-hel- p CASTORIA .V 1 t: i- - sjt viyoisvo Aiq tiqjpxitiq VI T. VERNON SIGNAL Av vKliNON, Ky Sept. 24 "WorLEY BOY" S. its for Miss M?'tl,a si)irks left fir,t of for Nasru'ilir where she FiMiS the week enter d c IlegVote 'Yts" on constitutional 1915 Mr. and Mrs. Ja-.- k Fish, of the amendment at November election. - bos'RUPTURE 'WORTH HOOD 10 EXPERT HERE. I 79 up "No. 79" wer to Communicate with SIGNAL vv'iei 79 Wildie section, are the proud par ents of a brand new bry LOCAL 1 IlHf iriAfi' r o tvrrrl nita 1C ui iv-- i ui 0 cuv;ii v iiu j who heh s her husband with AnCt the 'sj I Seeley, f- Who Ftted Czar of ivussia, catieu to t mcnruond. - 1 a 1 1 101 He F. H. Seeley, of Chicago and Fall Collar for Philadelphia, the noted truss ex- - Former "Ice Tnere was a ght frost 1 uesday young men. Get your size at pert, will be at the Glendon Hotel Louisville Tells Wi night. Fish's and will remain in Richmond Thesick of the town and ccmLikes Pineille lost a lnlf b'ock of Friday only, Oct. 1st. Mr. Seeley munity are reported better. Lou is vi llc &. Nashville Ft Ft. Co. buildings by fire. A eara of says: "The Spermatic Shrld as "Star Brand" Shoe has the There have not been any new mules and one horse we e lost in now used and approved by the TIME TABLE. Ky., Sept. 23. John, Louisville, manufacturer's name on the sole cases of fever for several days. United States Government, will Rohrman, known to almost evry 12 norm t e conflagration. and their star trade-mar- k on the heel. William Adams, of the South3:56 a m 4 nortn Statp aid not only retain anv case of rupt- body in this city as the t!Ice King' In order to get th They have built up the world's greatest shoe S3 south 11:34 a D1 ern part of the county, died Sat- nnney due the count , it is nec- ure petfectly, affording immediate of Louisville, is among the huge business by making honest leather shoes. No and complete relief, but closes the number of persons who have 12:13 a m urday. 21 South essary to start the rc;d wortc and substitutes for leather are ever used. opening in ten days on the aver- used Taulac with the most beneTas. Landrum, Agentrf- - The protracted meetiDgat Rose at a meeting of the Fis ' 1 Cojrt age case. "This instrument receiv- ficial results. Rohrman Mr. They make more shoes than any other manufacturer. Hill ctmrch conducted by Rev Wednesday an orr'er as made Phone No. 8. ed the only reward in England Said: The more they make the less they cost to make. This week. Soard, closed last calling for bids for the constru saving goes into extra quality. and in Spam, producing results "Less thau two weeks ago I ob ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PosVfice Tip Langford has improved his t on of the seven mi es leading without s.urgery, injections, med- tained this Taulac The medicine mail matter. as second-clas- s There are lots of good shoes, but ind-trnRichmond street residence by fr m Mt. Verpon to Ko ical treatments or prescriptions. was just what I needed It went th route having alread heet.-ur-viding a concrete porch. Mr. Seeley has documents from straight to the spot. 1 strength-- 1 i '1 and "approve! i.v ho Owens has secured an the United States Government, ened right up- - my appetite is' Fred R;a-Com 'iissio-the order Washington, D. C , lor inspection. improved as well as my sleep oitfit for making stove pipe and on p i.' You get your money's worth when you buy Genuine Highest Cash Prices Paid All charity cases without charge If I had paid looo for the mt di is doing a good business in .hat Star Brand" Shoes. Mr. Robeu I. Spence, County or it any interested call, he will cine it would have been worth If you have any good Black Walnut tim- ine. Made in all styles, grades, and prices for men, women Agent of theU. S. Department of plad to show same withot charge that to me. The anticipation of ber on your place which you would like ra Round trip tickets to Rich- - Agriculture, will to convert into spot cash at the highest speak to the or lit them if desired. Business taking the next dose of Tanlac is market price, write at once statiner num nioud for $1.65 Oct. I5; limit to business men and citizens of Mt. demands prevent stopping at any Don't just go into any store and ask for them, but a real pleasure." Account Bamum & Vernon and Rockcastle county ber, size and thickness of logs yeu could Oct l6 come to us. at other place in this section. There is no better tonic lor tef furnish and at what R. R. shipping point. Bailey UircUS. t the Court House to night at 7:30 weak, run down and anaemic per ADVERTISE! C.C. Mengel&BrO.CO. Inc., LOUlSVllIe, Ky. ' Round trip tickets to Lexington Mr. Speuce is doing o'clock. Mr. Business Man, have you sons than Taulac. It is a splendfor $3 15 Oct 24 and 25; limited good work in the agricultural id tonic, blood puriti PERSONAL to Oct. 3I, account Grand Lodge line in this county and it is hoped thought about the fact that each er and tissue builder. It is espc-iallTHIS THIS there will be a good crowd present succeeding year the mail order Hugh McBee, of the Quail sec- Knights of Kentucky. beneficial in cas of stomache bouses are increasing their sales, NAME STAR Chas. C. Davis is making quite to hear him. Every farmer is intion, has typnoid. liver and kidney troubles, rheu to come and bring his family. and other sales, and their busi- matism neryousness, debility, caON EVERY ON EVERY Mr. Jesse Lives iy, who has fe an improvement on bis Richmond vited ness continues to flourish regardSOLE I HEEL stieet home by adding a large Francis Hvsinger: Mr. Jack less of howling hard times? tarrhal and bronchial troubles, LOO5 ver. is improving. porch and other improvements. and Miss Willie Francis coughs, colds, the after affects of Hysinger Mr and Mrs. Wade Ballard, of Why is it that a mail order were married last Saturday evenw Covington, arc visiting his mother For Salh: Two good cows bouse can sell $4ooo to $6000 pneumonia, la grippe and the like V" fclk h Tanlac is now obtainable in Mt. G. M. Ballard. and two calves. Don't need and ing at the home of Mr and Mrs. worth of goods a year to Corbin and brother, Judge Drug-tor- e W. Vanwinkle, Mr. Vanwinkle of Chas. people and vicinity and let them Vernon, at the Charles Chandler, of Bromo, will sell right. Call on or write J. performing the ceremony which pay Davis and can also be obtained the freight on them, while C who 'rd a severe attack ol tvphoid Edgar Mullius or Win. Mullins, made them man and wife. The merchants here handle almost at the Ceutral Drug Co. Living fever, is able to resume his school Mr. Vernon. groom is one of Rockcastle's most apy article that is ordered, and ston, and John Robins Drug store at Rock sprng DurOcs: I have for sale a lim- progressive farmers and best citi at a price that is no higher and Brodhead, Ky. Miss- Ethel Davis, was with ited number of Duroc hogs. I zens bride is tne youngest oftlmes even less? They do ine it. homefolks Saturday and Sunday. have no stock ovei two years old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. T If you will keep a check of the She i? teaching in the Western Can furnish either sow or boar. Francis, and possessed of ihe parcel post, the express and part, of the county T. W. Pennington, many graces of mind and heart, Stanford, Ky. will fi'l the home she will adorn freight offices, you will find that Mrs. Mary Williams, who re- Sep 24-2turned from Covington 'ast week Strayed: From my place, Sat with bapoiness and will prove to more than the above amount is is feeling better than she has urday 18, a black sow, weight be truly a helpmate and compan- yearly being shipped into to this town by the mail order felt for two or three years. about i75 pounds, with hole in ion by the husband she has chos- houses. You can't educate the DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR W. H Fish was ir. London from one ear. Liberal reward for any en to honor with her hand. The peop'e to hunt here for what they Signal joins with their many want, Saturda- - until Monday, with his information. when it is pictured a thou friends in extending congratulawife who had been there for a Arthur Coffey, places in a thousand home, sand week They returned home sep-2- 4 2t. Mt Vernon, Kv. tions to this splendid couple. in ten thousand catalogues. You Tuesday THIS IS ONE THAT JS PKICED . TO 5. Ponder-Baker- : Mr. Fred Ba- must fight fire w'th fire. Ader-tise- . Disputanta base ball team de Mr J R. Dodson and wife, of feated Berea Sunday 19, 9 to 2 in ker, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. IN STORES WHERE THEY CHARGE IT. Advertise every week. AdWildie. spent a few days here last favor of DisDUtanta And Scaffold U. G. Baker, of our city, and Miss vertise cnutinually and persistWE SELL FOR CASH AND SAVE OU MONEY. ween, ivir unison was making q ne 8 10 4 in favor ol Disputanta Canie Ponder, daughter of Mr, ently. Advertise like the mail COME IN TODAY A.TD SEE WHAT some ropns to his property in The Disoutanta hoys are playing and Mrs Daniel Ponder, of Liv oider houses do, and watch the rethe Asher edition. ingston. were married last Sun sult within the next lew year.1-A LITTLE CASH WILL DO. good ball day at the home of the bride. Rev. Jack Lunsford. who h?s home merchants The Langdon Memorial ai.d The Re'. Joues officiated The otherwise the fever at his home in, Madison to give ,way to the forwill have are starting counv Will liO oKlo ts tn lrv i"Vinrnro Graded . schools (if COU(tb'3i5 off wedding was a very quiet affair, eign mail order houses, who will , . ..miv, tn, VMl. .uaiH, It witnessed only by a few close unaer tne Dtw &$Smm pe,1 01 nit sruum New Chesnut Ridge certainly take the day. Corbin 3& ao. C: iSS , , ithe ending; is .is ,r )od dS the be- - friends and relatives The hap s tSC ""& . ssr. ?" . in aocui two weeits. Times yj 0 CltlflMl tt giuuing. this W'll be a .ijitnuiu py couple came to Mt Vernon on . i2 fVJ tilU rsa ri. The liberal and constant advervv. 1. lavis. wno ior a numoer !PrS?0Xr school year for bth invitation JS:SSMiTgCS5S " the afternoon trajn and for the tiser is the man who gets the t: oi years was one of the Signal OLEADIIiGCig TttVEgg If you favor the issuing of present are with the groom's tiade. Just watch and see force, fs again on the job Better or more faihful men are not found bonds to install Water Works, iarents. The bride is an excep in of the print shops ol Kentucky. now is the time to say so. $to tio .ally leau'iful and attractive Orders of the RockMiss Ella Viae Purcell has ac 000 will install a lirst class plant. young laoy. The groom is from castle Fiscal Court cepted a place in Bethurum & Figure what it means to the town, one of our oest families, and those BOONE WAY MARKERS and from a standpoint of heal h who know him, consider him one Lewis' office. Miss Purcell is a The above is a design of mark fire protection, figure the cost of the coming young men, who SEPTEMBER. 22, 1915. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. and er used by the Lancaster Commer for itsself in will make his mark in the business Purcell. o Plato. Pulaski county. soch a plant will pay At a meeting of the Fiscal cial Club in marking each mile of world, f illowing in the footsteps a few years. Mrs. Bessie McClure and sister, Way over that route thru Spiro Defeated: The Spiro of his father, who is one of the Court, held in and for Rcckcastle Boone Miss Sallye Reynolds left yestercounty's best financiers. The county, Ky., JPres. Hon. G. M. Garrard county. Arrangements day for Corbin, Jellico and other base ball boys vs the Level Green congratulations on the happy Ballard, Judge, with the following will soon be made for the, erection points lor a two weeks' visit. boys again Saturday, with Payne Lewis McGutre, of markers from Louisville to event are numerous and this. paper justices, Miss Amy Proctor will fill Mrs "Speedy Bov" pitcnerand Mullins Orab Orchard VV. M. Hurst and W. M. Sowder. It is likely that But the Level Green is greatly pleased on this occasion McUltire's place in the post office catcher. the Jackson Highway and Boone boys with McKenny pitcher and to add its hearty good wishes to There being a quorum" preseut during that time. the following business was trans- Way will use the same road-be- d majority of men relish good, Buchanon catcher, out classed those being so freely extended. . M. Brown, ofEnst Bernstadt, between Lexington and Louisville. acted fresh, tasty bread and miss keenly who owned the livery stable and them and won by a score of 1 1 to State Reserve: For the ben On motion of W. M. Sowder Each highway will place markers efit of those who do not know, or restaurant, which burned last when compelled to eat ordinary bread. and seconded by Lewis McGuire, using opposite sides of road. Middles-boro- . those who have probably forgot- that ex sheriff T. The Dixie Land Co., of Thursday night, was here MonMarkers Dwill be placed over J Niceley, and dav and indicated that he would Atty. John Howard, Presi ten, we desire to again call atten- present Sheriff Cam Mullins be line between Crab Orchard and Complete confidence comes to 'the rebuild the restaurant, and would dent, has closed a deal involving tion to that territory of Rockcas and they are hereby ordered to Cumberland Gap when the high who uses the Morning Star begin work at an early date. 2.000 acres of coal, timber and tie, which was recently stocked file with the County Court Clerk way is completed some time in Judge and Mrs. R. G. Willliams farming lands in Laurel county, with Ring Neck Pheasant furnish their delinquent lists for the years 19i6, except Bell, which county Flour in her bakings, confidence when are feeling much better about which is in close proximity to the ed by the State, and which territo 1913 1914, respectively. All jus is expected to have Dixie-Boon- e she buys, for every sack is guaranteed Highway- - They will ry is held as a State Reserve. The tices present voting yea. Highway fiaisht this fall. Marktheir son, Richard III, which was Dixie-Boonto give satisfaction, confidence when she bakes bitten by a mad dog, or supposed very soon develop a part of this territory is included within the folOn motion of Lewis McGuiie, ers are expected to be placed at lowing boundary: Beginning at for Morning Star Flour never goes wrong, but to be mad dog. He has had the ful and will lay part of it off in seconded by VV. M. Sowder, that that time. the Big Fill and running direct all g ies further than usual flour by making more for small farming and 21 doses of the Pasteur Treatdelinquent tax payers be and line to Orlando; thence up Round-ston- e the sack, causes the least care in the 1 oaves to ment and ever y. indication points truck gardening. 3 St8s. they are hereby ordered to work creek to Langford, thence mixing, and kneading, and produces the moat that none of the poison entered out said poll tax on the public The town board deserves much with Renfroe creek to satisfying bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves that point roads of said county and each the system. credit lor the improvements which where the Richmond with crusts delicious and tender, and there is road crosses overseer is ordered to get a list of George, William and James have been made to the streets. creek, thence with the Rich least waste from stale ends and dry crusts, for Owens visited their mother, Mrs. No board has ever made mo.'e im- said said delinquents on his section of bread made from Morning Stnr Flour keeps fresh Kate Owens, last Sunday, taking provements, revenue considered, mond road, including all lands road and proceed to work same We Do Anything longer than other. It permits of baking more their children along. There were than the present board. Two or East ofigidroad to the begin until said tax is satisfied. All loaves at a time and less often, thereby saving in present the three children of Mrs, three more years like the present ning. Anumberof the farmers justices present voting yea on said work, fuel and care. have gone to considerable trouble Owens, mentioned above, twenty year and Mt. Vernon will have: motion. Until you hive tried Morning Star Flour you grand children, and six great- - stn ets second to no town in Kenr and expense to, get these birds On motion of W. M. Sowder We make your Stove Pipe and and in order to protect them for a wJl never know a perfect flour grand children. It was not a tucky and the beauty about it is," and secondnd by W.. M. Hurst, put your stove in readiness for the period okfiye years, no time will family reunion, they just happen mat it has all been paid for. that T. J. Niceley, for the year winter. Co-Incorporatebe lost to prosecute anyone guilty d 1913, and Cam Mullins for the year ed to go on the same day. Repair all kinds of machinery, Water Works Estimates of killing, or molesting them in 19 14, respectively, be and they are Rev. John Macmillan is in Lou are being made up on the propo- any way. The law is very pi.--. in each hereby ordered to make out including automobiles. isville to secure a residence sition of putting in a water works and for the benefit of the hunters and file with the Fiscal Court on to move to next week. We regret system in Mt. Vernon. It is be- our advice is to stay off this prop- or before Oct. 4, 1915, a settle ment of the delinquent poll tax very much to lose Rev. Macinil-lia- n lieved that a comnrehensive sys erty. If found on the property collected bv them for the years and his wife, and the church tem can be establishL for 10,000. included in this reserve with a 1913 and 19 14, respectively. All going people of Mt. Vernon will i The business and professional Suni tfle offense is just the same justices present votmg'yea. miss him greatly from the pulpit, men , attorney-at-lawOrdered by the court to be pubfavor the proposition for ano: the offender will' be prosecut-eithe- r P- in which station he has been a faConover a stock company, private ed. Game Warden Wallace lished in the Signal. mt. Vernon, ky. & vorite since his first visi- to Mt. or others to build it, well requests us to say 'that he G. M. Baliiard. T R.C.O.1 t"OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor fo Vernon. Since we must lose, orio put the question before the will see to it personally that all MT. VERNON, KY The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church we trust the change will be a citizens as to advisability to vote a persons violating Sure crop, oi 'winter oatsfor jyi'T. VERNON, of street, Special attention given - KY. to him and his, and the bond issue for the construction of tfae.e provisions will i'roatRooms over Baker's t tore $ be nrffS(.nt L : to collections. ale 60 cts. .per. bushel. Phone 48-J cause which he represents, plant. ' to the extent of the law. ?Phone. 62. Phone-No- . 80., Sept. iti3 G. C. FISH. hrusework. nil King" Gothic to-pa- y. is new :,m Tanlac "PVERY 5pm . WeWantWalnutLofe 1 T "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" fi-.- -- up-buildi- y M -- - t. SPECIAL $2.50 WORK SHOES , ... 1 - i JjMSlZlsU -- to COME home anddinner me have some of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR FLOUR it to-wi- The . woman -- e sub-divis:o- . ROCkcaStle Milling BRODHEAD, KY. .C. Williams, to-da- y C. T. RIDDLE We Guarantee What We Do. O'Mara Owens Las-individiia- ls x&xapcc H. Dentist S. prof-itibleo- ne -- he -- x;J.r 3CllC3lcapXXC & Forest Fires The Greatest Destructive Agency to the Forests of the State undoubtedly are the greatest destructive FOREST to the forests and property of the state. It Is estimated that from 1911 to 1914 the an0 nual loss from forest fires was each year and that there were annually 175,000 acres burned over. A study of the forest fire situation by the state forester since 1913 has shown that over 00 per cent of the known causes of fires reported to his office were due to carelessness and that they tires 330,-00- ailments and retard Stop thet'infection at once. Kill the germs and get rid of the Court, in favor of T. P. K. Drum-i- poisons. For tbis purpose a sin nn. againt John Overbav, I, or gle application of Sloan's Lim on of mv denutiec. uill nn thp ment not only kills the pam but n SHER1FKS SALE. By virtue order directed to mo. which issued from the Clerk's office of the R :ckcastle Quarterly A WONDERFUL ANTISEPTIC in' with the teachers that here, and Bill, I see you pinnin' Germs and infection aggravate that old rag to -- the teachers coat-taihealing. l. boards a time when winds are not blowing and when the ground is not so dry that fire would spread in every direction from the area to be cleared. Also the space outa little care side the area to be burned over would go n long way in preventing the spread of fire. In the fall the hunters do a large amount of damage coon and 'pos. sum hunting, burning down trees to t , ",'-- .. v 'w JTi - J'X??. v, ''' - r ,' ' z ' W ' if- - ' 2L . --- 1 ; . m Y &G&& ZMs&F AN INEXPENSIVE IiOOKOUT TOWER. over the eastern United States. It Is possible to overlook the country within u radius of twenty miles from one of these stations. could have been prevented by reasonable diligence on the part of the individual. The two chief causes of forest fires are burning of brush in the spring and hunting In the fall. It Is easy to see that with a little care both of these causes could be eliminated. Brush could very easily be burned at Tills tower was built on the divide between Kentucky and Virginia, and considering its small cost gave very good FOBEST FIBE LOOKOUT TOWEP. satisfaction during the fire season in the This i the standard type of forest fire spring of 1915. lookout towers, that ae being constructed obtain these animals, worth a few cents, and the result is that timber worth several thousand dollars is destroyed. Bee hunters also set fire to the trees to get the honey, and boys and other --individuals set fire to the leaves on the ground to burn them off in order that they can easily find the nuts. Fires from these causes do a large amount of damage each year, and a little care and thoughtfulness would (destroys the germs. This neu- tralized infection and gives nature a. m. aSslstance by overcoming conges and a o'clock p.m u being regu tion and gives a chance for the lar County Court day, at lohn free and normal flow of the blood. Overbay's. 2 miles foinh of Liv- - Sloan's Uniment is an emergency should be igston, Rockcastle county. Ken- - doctor andhand 2oc, kept con ; , ... sale to tne stantly on 50c The wwKy, expose ai puwio I00 size contains six limes as highest bidder the followiug prop- - much as the 25c. ' erty (or so much thereof as may D LOME IJA'JK be necessary tosatisfv the amount 01 ruiuuuo ueui. uuere- - "va ) the T c lo,,tlW1Ilg s . j cost),iov:l: One yoke of ca tie, expe.ience tf Ed G- wheione enguu, s w .111. one boiler, he went to teach his first M.ho ,. one engi e and 1.. iler. one set of ..Want to git b,ard helv fnr ,, e roc' , one sNuKle si w frame winter he ?" s i rural r d r bo.ler n..d 0 -r. Amount ..I del t t0 tbeyangRe IK., an '. 112 50 th i.torest from Jh.,u- - been engaged to teach the inUr .d arv 1, co.t. Levied up schcol in that district Welli j on as the propih of John Over-!guewe Can Vommodate you if v- you're a mind to jist sort o' take Terms: Sale will be made on a thingsas they me. Weduut uui ciou.t f three months, bond with on n0 airs here we don.t WeVe approved security squired bear-'juplain tvery dav kind of folks nig interest at the rate of six per janr here, son Bill ueep your cent per annum from day of sale, fiDRers onfn the teacher's pocket, and having the force and effect of; and Bucki you gIve him back a judgment Wrttch ml chain or I'll larrup ithit This 31st day of August, 1915-Cayou good! ''As I was Mullins, Stunff R.C, Mr Ed, the teacher gin'rally boardt here, and Mary Tane, git off the HEALTH AND HAPPINESS back of the teachers chiir, and DEPEND UPON YOUR LIVER. Jack, yoa bet'er bring his hat That slngaish liver with its back 'fore Igive you a good warms sluggish flow of bile is what ing'! makes the world look so dark at "Yes, sir, Mister Ed, you'll find times. Dr. King's New Lite us plain sort of folks, and Tom Pills go straight to the root of if you and Zed don't stop the difficulty by waking up the action of the liver and increasing stickin' pins into the teacher he'll the bile. Dr. King's New Life not let you sleep with him when Pills cause the bowels to act be comes here to board. You see more freely and drive away those mister Ed, the boys they take it "moody days". 20c. a bottle. turn about, two at a time, asleep- - ,Uvnr So..fomKQ, loir; ' f tween the hours of 9 o'clock 9 -- i i, .,', u I A l'T Give him a rap over the head teacher! Here you are Buck you just go and tie that bull terrier up again! You see, the bo s have got a little trick of settin' our old bull terrieF onto all the teachers that board here. What'il you bet Buck can't down you two times out'n three in a fair and square rassle? " Bet he kin! Shed your coat and try him one. No? Got to be go ng? Well, voucome a ong and w.'ll make you right to home!" Children Cry for Fletcher's GKie Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been SO years, has homo the s:rnatnxe of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. X &CCUIC. Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are hufc All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. in use lor over per-iysV- -g- Jnst-as-go- od rt nr Ervi-a- ' e-- i Fnendhip '- h. li-1- 5 ss st m yin' -- i S5&.VH s . "A.-- : srs 4F51 taS&Jl'SSf- - :v - &s conducted by There Ktv. D" a. of Tennessee. was quit a reunion with the Hatcher brothers last week. T E Haicher, of Norton. Va.; J. U t her f "Comin; T. S. Haicher of Lebanon Juuctiou, and R B. Hatcher, of Louisville, p'easanily surprised their mother by coming last Friday for a few days' stay. Miss Ola DeBord was in Mt. Vernon last Friday and Saturday taking examination. Mr. and Mrs: T. J. Brown and son, Jaspei Murrell, of Somerset, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs T J. Nicelev. Thunday and Fri day.- - T S Barr, of Wilmore.Ky., was here one day last week on business and remained over night with R. H. Brown. Mrs: Julia Bray and baby.of Wabd, are spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thompson. W E. Hasty is able to be up again after a continued siege of malaria Mr and Mrs. O. J. Mullins and little son, spent Sunday and Mon day with her parents netr Ocala I Rev. C. B. Candler filled his regular appointment at Burnett's Jhapel last Saturdav and Sunday. ., -- the 20 goric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething1 Troubles and Diarrhoea. It Tegulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving" healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Narcotic-substance- CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, Castoria is a harmless Pare- . GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 2L&& The End You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years COMMV. THE CENTAUR N CW VORK CITY. jpxxxxKaKxa I Prices Shot to Pieces k B 65c per doz. 2 gallon Jars 50c per doz, qt. Jars Pore Lard in 50-l- b cans $5.00 Flour 75c, 90c and $ 1.00 a sack I -I V J II VM, "$; LiWV'?Q - 'J& prevent them altogether. I ! Erosion Caused by Cutting Away Forests at Headwaters of Streams 4 mw ?r ss23feg: sySHSS i Asboci ifron that was held here on thr; lOih was al most a failure as a teachers' asso ciation, for there were only ten teachers preseni, but it was an enjoyable day. The pupils had - The Teachers' s 8 U &?' Shall It Be an Autoloading or Pump Gun? ' ' ! THERE majority prefer Remington-UMPump and Autoloading guns in the hands of the average man. If you shoot at traps or in the field, go to the Itemlngton-UMDealer in your community and let him show you these guns. You will know him by his display of the Red Ball Hark of Remington' UM C Sportsmen's Headquarters and he knows the difference in guns. C C tfSWfr be had at very low prices. rc',But it is typical of sportsmen that the great, - are many kinds of and Pump- guns some to - some very interesting recitations. They as well as their present and past teachers are to be congratu ted for the training they have and interest they have taken Miss Ora Brown has been verv sick for W. M. the past two weeks. Snyder spent, last Saturday with Roy Saylor at Valley Oik. Levtl Green and Spiroball teams played their second game on the formers ground last baturdav. which ended in a score of 11 to 2 in favor of Level Green. ACUTE INDIGESTION. "I was annoyed for over ? year by attacks of acute indigestiou, followed by constipainn," wr.tes Mrs. M J. Gallagher. Geneva, N. Y. 'I tried everything that was recommended to me for this complaint but nothing did me much good until about four months ago I saw Chamberlain' Tablets advertised and procured a bottle of them from our drug I soon realized that I had gist. EVERYTHING IS IN PROPORTION B S m The Man Who Wants the Farmers Trade m xhhhhk:m R. S. JETT "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draught," 3 J and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky " A large portion of this farm was washed away In a freshet The farm formerly came to the present edge yf the stream. Remington Arms-Unio- Sold by your home dealer n Wool worth Building Metallic Cartridge Co. (233 Broadway) Nw York City S An Upland Forest fiiw IM, Mm m o-o- -r i m Tis Said Our natiou is composed of a luxury-lovin- g people, careless of cost and reckless of expenditure, with the lack of realiiation what wise economy means. gotten the right thing for they helped me at once. Since taking two bottles of them I can eat heartily without any bad effects Sold by All Dea'ers. J ff J J J J J J J " a Saved Girl's Life I celved 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 JJ J S eASfORIA T Children G7 rtm mfcuEfrs -- BLACK-DRAUGH- T dizzi- W in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, - JJ If that be so, let us endeavor to mold our habits and desites as wisdom dictates, and prepare for future emergencies and opportuuities and open an account NOW in ?' gl ijammue imurmwry (l ? Zl i tt s te Opna Septeihber 1th. coanes In rtuto.Vole. Com-pla- An exctarira niojlc icbool KMa,sic Jj The Bank M S3 of Mt Vernon MT. VEKNON, KY. jnony. Langnaf M. cUnea la Hlitory of Uojle. Ensembls Ftaylnc and Bicht Readlac. both Tocalandlnitrniaeiital. Diploma lasned. Artlat and etudent recital adrantaf es. Dormitory for (Iris. Tuition low. For cataloc addreaa UibTllla CaawTttHT at ttuK Bex MM, LatinlU. Ir. VloUn.Ortui. "Cello. Publlo School Majlc Theory. Hr J 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. i 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. a J WE U-- ;P8QBacapca t 3peapeapr ye&x$te&jL3&djip m The forest fires have been kept out of this area, and the timber is in first class condition. Defects due to forest fires reduce the value of the timber products as high as 50 per cent Good trails make the protection of the timber aa e."sy matter. K2 .h SipJ MmKL - JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Caskets IB TinMYPfiVM Hand-mad- e 1 I M LPC$3& A good line of Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS C&33&Xa3 Coffins furnished- - General Merchandise Hearse sent to all parts of the County. All Phone rfW orders by Wire Promptly Filled rYlBEALEK in Marbles 'ana Granite Monuments of- all - J 'pC$3X&d&8& ! W. A. COX, liSS 94-in S M mmtrn J. "VERNON, jrj? KX 'f-T'- ' kinds? Estimates furnished on: application. GEO.r OWENS Propi--r Pone 112 Farm Implements $&e&p&$&c XXC eyr$y,c$3C - - -- ,