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Mount Vernon signal: October 1, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915100101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 1, 1915 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ,.. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXIX. Mint MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE l lfi KYM 11 ; Established 1887 COUNTY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1915 NUMBER 2 High Dfve r and 1 cease and part rent on lot for Swain show I KEEZZXI G MEETING XI252S ' And OF THIS STOCK-HOLERi OF THE MT. VERNON FAIR D New fall Sty lies h ! IN R J. Fish M. &S011 supplies.eic J. Miller, and paint for signs Uncollected catalog adv. 40 00 A larger portion of these are good. 75 00 JAMES MARET, 400 Secretary Treasurer. i9io. -- the Election of Officers 2 25 1 Mt. Vernon, Ky.. At a meeting of the stockholdoverdraft ers of this Association, held at Belicnap Co. iron pipe and the Court. House on Saturday freight, 25th 19i5, the following officers were elected: W.H. Fish, President, Tom Kirby, Vice President, James Maret, Secretary-Treasure- r. Directosr: W. A. Mclxen zie, J J. Noe, J. S. Helton, R. B Mullins, F. L. Thompson, Jr M. Bullock and W. M. Poyuter. The following is the report submitted by the Secretary-Treasure-V. ,- Bank of Mt. Vernon' Sept. 13 25, 14 7i 13 SUITS COATS MILLINERY of the charm of the new Fall and Winter U. S. special revenue, r: MODELS here will THE you some idea JW?50i RECEIPTS Cash on hand from I9H, $ 13 18 From three days ticket sales, $737 From concessions, 4 16 24 rom catalog adv's , 262 00 From special premiums, 82 5o From hacks, 35 00 Si 546 2S - But to appreciate them Bischof garments fully, you must come in and see them. novelty plushes, corduroys, fascinating plaids, checks and mixAnd the tures, poplins, broadcloth,gaberdine Seal Brown, Negro Brown. Olive, Bottle Green, Regimental Blue, Midnight Blue, and Putty. You'll bo sure to notice how far above the ordinary the garments themselves are how every ltne suggests the skill of the master mind executed by the master hand. How in every garment the latest style features are brought out yet no two are alike. B;schot garments are made to suit women of every age and every fig" ute. It is the same way with Bischof prices. The range is so wide that there are attractive models for the women who dress economically as well as for the woman who is not limited as to price. Make up your mind now that you are going to have a Bischof coat or suit this winter. Theu come in soon and select it. See the beautiful materials EXPENDITURES Paid T. N. Noe on stables, S 25 00 Paid T. N. Noe on stables by water mellon con cession, $25.oo County License G 00 Logan Sowder, Hauling, 3 00 Charles Dailey, labor etc., 7 50 Livery, buggy hire etc. b" 00 new colors Prune, Eggplant, Battleship Grey, i k jTirtK Ma A r Johnson, pumper, 10 00 Billie Barnes, and Jame- - Nice-le- y iom isjroy, coal tor pump, 3 00 and children spent Sunday Interest pd to Aug. 1, 1916. 96 lo with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Niceley. Labor, 950 Rev. Carmical will commence Hauling prisoners to jail a series of meetings at Pittsburg by M. C. Sowder, 50 the third Sunday in October. Drajage 4 25 Miss Isabelle Ping, of Walnut C. C. Davis, supplies 1350 Grove, spent Saturday and SunJ. Fish & Son, supplies 580 day with Miss Clara Harmon. M. J. Miller, supplies 4 7o Born, Sept. 16, to the wife of John a boy. Making molnses C A. Davis, Ice 6 75 Taylor is the order of the day in this E. S. Elbright and DonaldCarmical part. Miss Bertha son Printing Co. for cat spent Saturday and Sunday wih alogs and printing 159 75 h.r grandmother, Mrs. Carniical Maret, Secretary James 50 00 at Mt. Vernon. Berea Citizen, advertising. 2 75 THE COLDS OF MANKIND 4 7o Interior Journal adv. CURFD BY PISES. Proctor and Sowder, gate Have you ever gone through a keepers, 3 days 18 00 tyical Postage, one year, 2300 cold? pine forest when you had a What a vigerous impulse it Glathia Hiatt, Matron, sent! How yon opened wide your 4 00 Floral Hall lungs to take in those luvigorut-in- g Charged back amt. change and myseriods qualities. to ticket sellers 3o 00 Yes, Dr. Bell's Premiums paid S74 00 possesses Incidentals, etc., 774 ties and those stimlating qualihacking overcomes Cash in Bank, 73 52 covghs. The inner lining of the at$1540 28 throat is strengthened in its tack against cold germs. Every Uncollected special family needs a bottle constantll, premium, 17 5o ut hand. 25c. B. Pine-Tar-Honey J. I Hepwll 5g ce. "IMClMIaft1M(ii.r....... .( a -.- .-. .. -v i tw I r ; I7?!z!--- . . I till or LfraLf O MT. VERNON KENTUCKY W W K 1a - & VETTZSZZL 115 On -- a L KSS rvi -- Mi I McBEE g ?VTT-srr-wP- M " Grresit est SLjm We Beg TyyAATV To Advise That We Have Bought S LLHHi. HLLLLLLL-LL-L- m ISraelfcieGid. Bill Gilpin and family, of Har Ian, spent several days here lat week the guests of his parents Mr. ard Mrs. John Gilpin. C. C. Howell has accepted a travel ing position with the Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills, and is now in Eastern Kentucky selling their product. The Rev. A. J Pike filled his regular appoint ment with the Gilead Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday Alex Walker, of Lancaster, was here last week to see C. C Howell Frank Brooks was hert from Crab Orchard during the week. Jop Albright, Marshall, went to Stanford Thursday of last week, and brought home Miss Dewey Northern, who was being held there by Chief Carter. Enoch Reynolds, who was charged with kidnapping the girl, slipped the Stanford officers and made his es --Carpe; but came here last Monday and matters were arranged, and the two were married, Rev. D. G. Combs officiating. Mrs. R. L. Collier and Mrs. R. E. Thompson, of Crab Orchard, were guests of Mrs. J. R. Cass Saturday. Mrs. J. R. Roberts returned Saturday from a weeks visit to relatives in Junction City. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Storms, Miss Lizzie Storms, Dr. W. E. Grave ly, W. P. Hayes, Prof. - L. Wilk-entoand other, were in ML Vernon last Saturday. Roy Sowder was over from Danville a few hours last week. Mrs. James Hamm, of Tennesse, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens and family here this week Mrs. H. Painter and children, of Pine Bluff, Ark., returned to their v home the first of the week after -- spending a few days with relatives here. Clarence Roberts left last Saturday for Pennington Gap, Vahere he has a position Elds Tn -- lt U Mr. and Mrs. J. P. E. Drum G. Combs, of Mt. Stirling, is holding a few days meeting at the monds are in Knoxville visiting Christian relatives for a few days. Mr. and church, and up to Wednesday there had been nine Mrs. John Clark have moved addition to the church. Miss Judge G. M. Ballard, of Mt. Ver- -' back from Clarksville, Tenn , and Clyde Watson was at home from non, was here Tuesday. Mrs. , have located in our city. Mrs vlt. Vernon from Friday uutil M. Fenmngton.Qof Mt. Vernon,' W. M Fallas, who has been sick iunday. Mrs. N. J. Reynolds, was tfere between trains Tuesday for some time, is much improved. and children, Cliffoid and Miss cuiuuic nume irom isertna Ky., Mrs. W. M. Owens, who has Ada, returned to their home in St. where she had been for a few days been very sick for some time, is Louib Monday. Mrs. Reynolds visiting relatives. D. B. Rambo greatly improved at this time. has been several months with her and family will leave in a few days Mrs. Earl Rice, of Lebanon Junc-tio- n is visiting her parents here daughter, Mrs. J. F. Watson, the for a visit with relatives in Illichildren had been here about nois. Mrs. Sallie Jones, of the this week. Mr. and Mrs: Wm. three weeks with relatives. Dr. Gauley Section, is very low with Odell have returned from Cincin Henry Brummet, after a and Mrs W. F. Carter, Mrs. K ! pneumonia fever. Mrs. G. E. nai T. Smith and daughter, Miss An- Painter is very ill at her daughter's severe attack of fever, is able to nie Belle, and Claud Owens were Mrs. C. E. Rice, but at this writ- - leave his room again G. S. Grifin Stanford Tuesday to see Drs. lnsr she isslierhtiv bettor. HoMrcro fin is in Louisville to buy his Brown & Southard. J. F. Wat- Cope, living a tew miles out of winter supply of goods. Thomas " S". T son was in Mt. Vernon last Sun- tAOTM la vc-- y 1 iwwu, to low. j. h. uwens, Elliott is painting the Baptist day, with his daughter, Mrs. F. L. who has been quite sick for some church. The series of meetings Durham, who is lecoveriug from time, is some better. Judge Ken- at the Baptist church, conducted an attack of typhoid. Mr. and nedy, of Wayne county, was in by the Rev Jones, still continues. Mrs. H. H. Hutcheson, 'of Mid- - our town Tuesday. Rice Walton No additions yet, but we hope dlesboro, ar. with Dr. and Mrs: is in on a visit from Tennessee, that a great deal of good has been visiting home folks. Edgar Herd accomplistoed. One of our friends W E Graveley this week. is working a few days in the dis- living a few n iles 'from town is $loo REWARD loo making a heap of trips to our city, patchers' office at Paris. J. The readers of this paper will Painter and little daughter, J. but he should ride a mule that of be pleased to learn that there is Brodhead, were here Tuesday, to would not slip his bridle. We m least one dreaded disease that see his mother, Mrs. Geo. Painter will give the joke later. Mrs. science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. who is very ill W. A. Carson, George Poynter, who has been Ha'l'r Catarrh Cure is the only of Brodhead, has returned home very sick for a few days, is some positive cure known to the medic-a- l after completing a" job of painting better. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hel-lar- d fraternity. Catarrh being a in our town.-- W. are 'moving to High street A. Rice, of East constitutional disease, requires a will fry their hands at constitutional treatment. Hall's Bernstadt, is at home for a few and days visiting home folks. Walter Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and is an engineer on the Rocky RamTONED UP WHOLE SYSTEM mucous surfaces ot the system, ble R. R. Jessie Traylor, of Crab thereby destroying the founda- Orchard, was "Chamberlain's Tablets have in our town Tues- done more tion of the disoase, aud giviug the ior me than I ever patient strength by building up day. A few days ago a. certain dared Jbppe for," writes Mrs. the constitution and assisting na- man of our town eat to LouisBaker, SpencerDort. N. ture in doing its work. The pro- ville, and after visiting the State Y.. I'Vlused several 'bottles ofj prietors have so much faith in its Fair and seeing: the ?rMr to tnese tablets a few months ago. curative powers that tney offer of the city, boarded 21 and started, They not only cured me of biljious One Hundred Dollars for any case attacks, sick headache and-- that that it fails to cure. Send for ior nome. He got off at TAvntr. tired out feeling, but toned up ; ton but it seems that his mind was rav whole system." For sale by list of testimonial. Address E. J. CHENEY & CO , fractured. He gave a boy fifty All Dealers . Toledo, Ohio., Sold by all diug cents to take him home. Yet he! gist 75c Law: ', aid not want to go in that direc- Jtfftrson "School ' Take Halt's ibmily pills for tion. By the advice of Tiis friends . COURSE, do3 he was at last pursuaded to take COMPLETE TWO TEAReojcTi a. Dec to m j. im jer oy . the right course home hnf. r t- - lUtetc. Accwto U court and 4 luga? . FOR FLETCHER'S this day, he argued that the points Dnotone ttchlni of u. me compass nave been changed. Tfc-o- JaCenoa ready to ttuoe. write Kf rmaiMo, D. LoiviisLGrsioj' At a Discount Much Below Cost A-Gre-at FOR CASH Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and " 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 Volumns of Merchandise Of Our Q wn, it being our intention to make - Greatest Selling Event in the History of the Trade. Prices will be this by far the named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity, . 1 OUR STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD AT A SACRIFICE 1 ,. ", -- iie t' t1l 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 Qothing new and at nearly One-ha- lf Priee SHOES and SLIPPERS at eLss than Cost t0 raake up .; TVTaftfncy T)n yorf: and Riieyc fnr locc . farhH-- and && & &. r up-to-d- ate s k "would take this entire -- Our Motto: .. t 1 SELL IT FOR LESS" -- oon-stipatio- n. sf . MT. VERNON ' "' Children Cry KENTUCKY - BAKER'S A '- CASX6.RIA. VlK- - - ( ; "ii : : sit hjnifcf-ne-lt- o. "5SS22ii222 J ujnt st, - S , & xWV MT. VERNON SIGNAL In last week's issue of the Signal appeared an order o f the Rockcastle Fiscal Court directing me Friday, Oct. 1, 1915 to come before the Fiscal Cotrt acd make settlement on i9l3 dePublished every Friday by linquent taxes, &c. In answerEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ing that publication I will give what my duties are, and "what 1 $I.O did in regard to this: At the DeYEAR DESCRIPTION ONE cember terra lgi3 of the Rockcas- 11. Advertising rates tuaae know 1 9 Fiscal Court, I made out a list of delinquent poll taxpayers, who application had not paid their taxes, and pre seated same to the Fiscal Court KNOX SHOWS THE WAY. of. The bounty Judge and seven the eight members of the Fis-- BIG CIRCUS Coming This Way Soon "WORDS FAIL c ME," SAYS Court of Knox county were in dicted SaMirday. The indictThe Barnum and Bailey great ments were returned because of est Show on Earth will exhibit at Indiana Girl Tells how She alleged irregularities in the RICHMOND, FRIDAY OCT. 15 Was Benefite I by Tanlac. letting of contracts and and this good news is being ner- the handling of the mnds created ameu Louisville, Ky., 'September everywhere by the many bv the voting of a bond issue cf agent? of this, the bigg st and fail me in attempting Jto $2oo,ooo to bui:d roads in Knox. I foremost amusement institution describe my graitude for the benTheolde.--t inhabitant of Ken in the worlds The Barnum and efits I have derived" from the use tucky is invited to lead over two Bailey Circus has always been of Tanlac,' said Miss Clara Butas provided by Ky. Statute Sec. .r more times these two bare the largest that travels and this ler, a prominent young woman of MEMBER OF 4251, The Com t gave me credit statements of fact and then search season the management has found liorden, Ind., who is visiting KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION in my settlement for those delin- his me uory to discover if they it necessary to add many more friens in Louisville. quents, whereupon the Court or- are not without precedent. cars to their trains in order to "I have not enjoyed the verv That irregularities iu the hand- provide for the great equipment. best of health for several months,'" dered me to collect the delinquent taxes if the delinquents come in ling of roal f""ds nd the lettirg It requires 85 double length rail Miss Butler continued. "1 was possession of any property out ot of contracts sh uld be indulged road cars to transport the big all ru down and so nervous that has long been show, 1280 people are employed, the laast excitament made me al which to make said tax, tnd then In by looked on by not a few, if not bv there 7oo horses, 4o elephants . most frantic. My digestion also. make my settlement with the County Treasurer. This I have the maj rities in Kentucky as a a.nd a menagerie of 110 cages, 480 j was very poor, and very often I OF THE STATEMENT ' OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, done, I colleoted a small percent matter of co..rse. Before the world famed artists take part in found myself uuable to partake of aid .nd.supevlston law was the greatest circus program this the very lightest liquid foods. of the delinquent taes, and turn CIRCULATION, ETC , passed, Kentucky was spending world has ever known, over and made settle"I am glad that I decided to required by the Act of Aug. 24, 1915 ed tftem ment lor them with the County ab ut $200,000 a ear for roads A fitting introduction to the take Tanlac. The medicine cerOP receipt Outside of the roads built in the wonderful performance this year, tainly is very fine. I have been Treasurer and took his MT. VERNON SIGNAL, as the law directs. There has Bid fcrass with State aid a century is the presentation of the new, benefitted in every way ana alPublished weekly, at Mt Vernon. not been a delinpuent tax paid me ago, there was little, if anything, magnificent spectacular pageant, ways think well of Tanlac." Ky.; for October, 1915. that I have not turned over to the to show for the expenditure. Sixty- "Lalla Rookh" in which nearly Ta ,lac, the premier preparaEditor, Managing Editor, Business Treasurer and took his receipt. -six counties didn't have and looo characters take part. tion, is sold in Mt. Vernon, at the Manager, Publisher, E. S It this Fiscal Court wants to see never had had a mile of road In the circus proper which is Drugstore of Chas. C. Davis, and Albright. my settlement in this matter let built by popular subscription or presc-ntci- l i 1 three rings, four can also be obtained at the Central Bondholders, mortgagees, none them go to the County Treasurer, county levy. The money went stages, t e hippodrome, and in Drug Co., Livingstoa, and John E. S. Albright the proper place, for such business somewhere and the Magistrtes the dome of the largest tent ever Robins' Drug Store, Brodheaa, Sworn to and subscribed before As to turning the list into the were commonly reckoned to gtt erected. 480 performes from every Ky. me this 29th day of Sept 1915. Fiscal Court, will say that 1 am their share It was impossible to nation in the world take part and A. B. Furnish, WHY NOT PUBLISH IT? Notary Public not the custodian of such records begin an organized and compre present a vast array of foreign When you want a fact to beand haven't got them in my pos- hensive system of road building features entirely uew to America. (My commission expires session. I make this answer pub because the people had become A wondeiful traiued animal exhi- come generally known, the right Feb. 13, 1918 way is to Mrs. John lie as the Fiscal Court saw fit to convinced that the more money bition is given by the marvelous Kalians, publishit. was troub'ed Peru, ind , Gilbert decides to run. Couu publish such an order. voted ior roads, the more would War Elephants, Pallenberg's with belching, sour stomaches, ty Judge Ralph W. Gilbert, of be squandered T. l.NICELEY. She vVonder Bears, Modam Bradna's and frequent headaches. Shelby county, it is understood, Then came the State aid and Angel Horses, Thalero's Dogs. writes: "I feel it my dutv to tell In answer to an order published ha definitely decided to become others what Chamberlain's Tabin last week's issue of the Sienal. supervision law. Under it, the Ponies and Monkeys, and Barn- lets have done for me. They have a candidate for the Democratic the State guaranteed to put up a um and Bailey Statue Horses. he'pd rav digestion and regulatnomination for the seat in Con- in which the Fiscal Court ordered dollar for every dollar raised by Great interest is already being ed by bowels Since, using them me to come before them and set gress from the Eighth district, the county. It did more than shone in this neighborhood and I have been entirely well." For occupied for three terms by bis tie on 1914 delinquent tax list, I that. It gave its word that both will no doubt go to sale by All Dealers. father, the late George G. Gilbert, just want to inform the court, my the State and the county's dollar great crowds Richmond for the biggest and Cass Cochran was arrested at of Shelby ville. Since deciding to settlement as to delinquents I would be spent honestly and intel most ei.joyable holiday of theyear. Burden, Tenn.. Sunday for shoot eater the contest against Con- have collected, has been made and lgently. Every one is advised to get an gressman Harvey Helm of Lin- I have the county treasurer's reaarly start in order to be there in ing Joe Munday on Friday instead In April of this year, Knox time for the parade which starts of on Saturday. coln county, who is regarded as ceipt for all I have collected. county voted its bond issue. Two promptly at 10 a. m., and which is dated August 13, an avowed candidate for another The receipt IT ALWAYS DOES THE WORK 1915, and this court met and made or three weeks ago the taxpayers is said to eclipse anything of its term,. friends of Judge Gilbert say ''I like Chamberlain'.-- cough ind ever before attempted in the of Knox county met in mass niee Remedy better than any other," that the Shelby county aspirant this order September 22, i9i5 history of c rcur business. writes R. E Roberts. Homer There has been a great deal ing to ascertain why it was th t will not let any grass grow under Ciiy, Pa. 'I have taken it off and said about the delinquent taxes, the roads for which funds had his feet but that be will begin at Cjry on for years and it has never been provided were not being once to make an organization and that I may be understood and fttR FLETQAEirS failed to fiive the desired results. be no mistake, I now notify the built. Robert Terrell, the head throughout the district Louisi For sale by All Dsalers. public, that the law gives the of the State Bureau of PubUc ville Times. sheriff the right to make out a Roads met with them. He toldf if Judge Benton, of the Madison list of all poll tax payers that have the meeting of the contracts to him from Knox county, Circuit Court district, is directing no property out of which to make vigorous investigation into the their tax and who have not paid' which he bad refused to approve a election frauds of the late piima-r- g their tax, when the Fiscal Court because the interest neither of the in that district. It will be re- meets to settle with the sheriff, county nor the State was safe membered that Judge Benton and present them to the Fiscal guarded. was defeated for Circuit Judge by Court, and the" court must give The taxpayers recited the eviJudge W R. Shackelford, of Rich- the sheriff credit in his settlement dence in their possession. The mond, and to the uninterested for same. Now all poll tax pay- result was the adoption of a reso it looks like there is more ers who don't want to go on the lution urging the Judge of the of spite work on the part of the delinquent list can keep off by Circuit Court, then in session, to f- defeated Judge than to have a paying your tax by December 1st bring the whole question before majority of men relish good, real, genuine and no doubt much of each year. I am not financially the grand jury. The indictment needed house cleaning. In twelve able to pay them for you and I of seven Magistrates and the fresh, bread and miss keenly years who has heaid of such be- expect to comply with the law in County Judge is the result. They when compelled to eat ordinary bread. fore, and we do not believe the this matter. I hope you will all are, ot course, to be reconed innopolitics of that district are much pay up and we will hear no more cent unless proved guilty. But Complete confidence comes to the worse y than they have been of this delinquent business. the experience of being indicted who uses the Morning Star in the pqst. The trouble is the is not pleasant. Conviction, if it Cam Mucins, S.R.C. wrong ox got iiooked this time should ensue, will be less pleasant Flour in her bakings, confidence when il 30.-"Wbrds The Price YOUNG LADY. Is Right This Year. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COM-LIN- E PLETE FROM CINCINNATI AND KNOXVILLE OF LADIES' AND MISSES' which j COATS are now on Display. .tte 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 General Merchandise. J.' - M. BRODHEAD, ADAMS KY- I.: : : J CHAS. . . . Children .. .. C mid-mitte- d c with me and have some of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR OME home to dinner DAVIS Leading Druggist MT. VERNON. KY. . w by-stand- .. . FLOUR .. Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and to the old folks with all kinds of reconsrructive tonic and system builders. E CATER to the young folks with a complete line of The tasty it -. .. . OHAS. C. DAVIS She Home of TRNURO 'Phone No. 39 . .. - to-da- woman c .:t: at Bell and Whitley are ahead" work on their .pikes. Rockcas- CASTOR A I Tor Infants and Children, still. C. tle will start in less than thirty The Kind You days. Knox will be re; dy by the time Mr. Terrell and the Circuit Bears the V ST " " Bi Court gets through with County Signature of Judge Hammond and his Fiscal Court Now, who has ever heard COUGHS THAT ARE STOPPED anything from Laurel? Wonder Careful people see that they are if it a case of quietly waiting and stopped. Dr King's New Discovery is a remedy of tried merits. watching. It has held its own on the market for 46 years. Youth and old age A new Board of Trustees is to testify to soothing and healiug be elected this November and the qualities. itsPneumonia and lung petition to get the names of candi- troubles are often caused by delay dates on the ticket must be tiled of treatment. Dr. King's New We have never had a Discovery stops those hacking board which has run along more coughs and releaves la grippe Money back if itx smoothly than the present one tendencies. 5oc and $loo fails. and we believe that the of the old board would be very Heads Kentucky Delegation. Washington, Sept. 26 (Special) much in order. Levant Dodge, of Berea, candidate KNOX COUNTY ROADS. for junior vice commander of the From the press reports coming Grand Army of the Republic, from Knox county, it kindly looks heads the Kentucky delegation of like her Countv Judge and should resign and hand Civil War veterans that arrived for the national entheir jobs as road builders over to here some one else. Their conduct campment of the G. A. R. The has been noticeable lor some time headquarters of the Kentuckians and if there had not been some is the New Oxford Hotel. State law to check these gentlo-meup, their acts may have gone WHAT WOULD YOU DO? through, greatly to the detriment There are many times when one of Knox county. The Louisville man questions ar Times in commenting upon their and motives. Menothers ac'ion action, thinks they have not only under different act different learned a lesson they will profit The question is whatcircumstance would you by themselves but it will be a les J . .""" ""V Bjf son to the other 103 counties now "", operating under the State law Cugh The mere fact that the Knox Remedy? It is highly reccom county officials have not produced mended by people who have used ny roads is evidence enough it for years and know its valu . ttiey should get out and give their Mrs. O E, Sargent, Perun, Ind , 'says Chamberlain's Cough Rem .ic w . w,.-wW- w joue, edv is worth its -- weight n sold if they have not been guilty of and I take pleasure in recom misappropriating the countie's mending It," For sale by All! Daaers. St8s. iunds.-r- 3 to-daMag-istrates && Have Always Bought There are lo4 county operating under the State aid and supervision law. They have the same guarantee of protection that Knox county has. The same method of proceedure is open to them, it they believe they are not getting she buys, for every sack is guaranteed to give satisfaction, confidence when she hakes for Morning Star Flour never g'es wrong, but goes further than usual Horn by making more loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the mixing, and kneading, and produces the most satisfying bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves with crusts delicious and tender, and there is least waste from stale ends and dry crusts, for bread made from Morning Stnr Flour keeps fresh longer than other. It permits of baking more loaves at a time and less often, thereby saving in work, fuel and care. Until you have tried Morning Star Flour you will never know a perfect flour HtlililtMlllltMldtlilltlllllill r j&jccapeqp I -- a &yz2&c&c&: - GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Ky 1 a square deal. Knox is a mountain and a pauper county. But in voting $2oo,-00- 0 to build roads and seeing to it that its road funds are guarded. It has set a precedent that makes every other county in the State its debtor. Louisville Times. A CLOGGED Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- s t jC$3bbbA VIBEjbbbbHJ .BbbB SYSTEM ATTENTION. NEED Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated C. T. RIDDLE phone orders Promptly Filled to-da- y of a clogged system often leads to the.most serious complication Poisonous matters and a body poorly functioning need immediate attention If you wish to morning hapwake up py in mind and entirely satisfied w it acts without griping. Negkc Are you bilious, dizzy and listless? Dr. Kings Nevv Life Pills taken at once siezes upon constipation and starts the wels moving naturally and easily. Moreover 3&c&3&ycs SK 38$ BRODHEAD, KY. K&yat&cy $3$&$ 1 1 This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before You THE FACT THAT IT IS SEEKING Jonas Mckenzie THE OLD RELIABLE Start your treatment 25c a bottle. to-nig- n Your Business How to Treat Croup Externally over the throat and chest for a few minutes then cover with a warm flannel cloth. Leave the covering loose around the neck so that the soothing medicated vapors arising may loosen the choking phlegm and ease the difficult breathing. One application at bedtime insures against a Bight attack. a5o, 60c, or $1.00. At druggist. A " ,;;. 1 Toe77rs ",,. Rub Yick'a "Vap-O-Bu- b" Balve well Merchandise idrarfatorabicfcic VXjKjyfrJK. ,xJ -acJ -w ? good line of General . - i K J: !fe And Is Prepared To Care For It eS M t8 e c55 teS fc $ Jfr te&5 itZtAtlM.VrM.Jt .A.St W 'fc"r Mil mtUrO 1 '""" . e!S0AjW.2Moe KKSMH nyapoituEr Farm Implements fcieSteidfcicifc : Peoples Bank & 1 j Mt Vernon I g Kentucky 3ic$Die;apc tt: M M T.VERNON SIGNAL .Vernon Ky, Oct. 1 I u ;' f ie-- ! -, B , - 1. . . r If we never made mistake. bow For Sale: 'Harvest 'King' Call on ould some people know we were Seed Wheat, for sale 1x0 "No. 7Q" wte -wan toCommun .'79 doing- anything? Gus Sta.vkRsos. cnte wltfa 8IONAL " The comeistone of "Raven-woo- d J. M. Craig bought of Gus 3church" has been laid and Staversbn one 85o lb bull at the erection of the walls are in and of P. E Shivell six 75o lb course of erection. This is the steers at $5 60 per hundred. edifice for .which Mrs. Rosa Beas-le- v For Salr: Two god cows has worked so long and faith- arid two calves. Don't iuea and & NASHVILLE R. R.CO. lOUISVILIX fully for. will sell right. Call oil r write TIME TABLE. Edgar Mullins or Win. Mullins, NOTICE ' -- 2 ucitn 5.04 p m All parties holding pauper Mt. Vernon. 3:56 a m 4 nortti claims againt the County must W.J Sparks Co., av finish. d 13 south ...n:39 am have sanio filed with the County the construction of their 45 foot 12:13 am ii .South ;3 Court Clerk on or before Oct. 5, concrete silo at Sp; rks Qu ;rry and Landru-i- , Agent. 1915 Tas. Road claims will not be are pushing work on a huge stock Phone No. 8. till November term of barn adjoining This is he first Fiscal Court. All claims held up silo built in the comity. ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflace must lay over till i9i6. mail matter. as second-cias- s Durocs: I have for sale a limG. M. Ballad, ited number of Duioc . ogs I County Judge. haw o stock ovei t .vo ;irs old Rev. Macmillan preached his Can PERSONAL furnish either sow o- - boar. f irewell sermon at the PresbyteT. W PtfNNlNf: TON, Tvrea Gentry was here from rian church Sunday night, to a sep Monday. 24-2Stanford, Ky. Lebanon Junction crowded Louse of admiring friends, JVlr. and Mrs. Burgess Hysing-e- r not only of his own church, but of J. M.. Craig bought of W. M were visiting in Berea and Paint other denominations as well. His Poynter a bunch.of good hogs at Lick Hst week. text: Second Corinthians, I3 11, 7c. He also bought of James 55 Hansel, who rarne so near "Finally brethren, farewell; be Moore. Eighteen i5o lb hogs, and Tom IN dieing with typhoid, is now on perfect, be of good comfort, be ol of P. E. Shivell ten 2oo lb hogs the road to recovery. one mind live in peace and the and. of John Shivell twenty fivt Ttfrs. W. G, McBeeis in Stan God of love and peace, will, be with 16o lb hogs all at 7c. ford for a few das with her troth you always." Rev. McMillan is er, Mrs. Southard. one of the ablest" ministers Mt. Services at Christian Church for Sunday Miss Mattie Riddell, of Cove Vernon has ever had and it is who lias been very ill tor some with much regret that Mt. Vernon, Sunday-Schoo- l 9:45 as a whole, gives him up. In his time Is slowly improving. Preaching service 11 a. m. Mrs. D. B. Southard spent a new field of labor he can rest asChristian Endeavor 7. p m. portion ol the week with hir sured that he has thegcod wishes Preaching service 8 p. m. ot Mt. Vernon people. He and J! a daughter, Mrs. W. G. McBee. We shall be glad to welcome his most estimable wife and little Roy Britton has moved his famall who will come to each and all county, son, John, Jr, left on the early of these services and shall extend ily to Bond, Jackson -train yesterday morning for Lou where he has a large painting concourteous, Christian considera- isville, where be will be the pas tract .tionvto.evety one worshiping-'wit- b the-fror- i't $15.' ipr of the Fourth .( not .Fourth 'US;' "'"- - ' 1 "( Bud) "Anderson, who- has" '." " a J " ' E. J. ! street ) Presbyterian church, and 1 1 11 been so very low with typhoid their home will be at 146 East Telegraph: Onand after this is some better, out still a very Broadway an&oRqckcastle date, Mt. sick man. . At. the. recent teachers Exami-r- county will be witlxmt telegraph Mr. Green Riddell, of East ion. held in Mt. Vernon, Miss connections or' accommodations. Bernstadt, was visiting relatives Contracts between the telegraph and friends in Rockcastle first of Elizabeth Storms, of Brodhead, tnd telephone companies having received the highest grade, an avIbis week. erage of ninety-nv- e and a fraction. expired and no new contract havMr. and Mrs. W. H. Krueger This is one of the best grades is- ing been made, the business is dis lave n oved into the Presbyterian sued in Rockcastle county for sev- continued. This places our peo Manse iust vacated by Rev. eral years, and Miss Stormea is to pie in an awkward position when be congratulated on sucha.record. they wish to use the telegraph is' no law compelling the Mrs. W. L. Richards soent Sun Miss Storms has taught, TKT4ATV3 T rrATT.. 3GT of If there XZTX in Brodhead the best schools of Florida for the telegraph company" to furnish day and Monday with the family of her brother, past four years and comesto our these accommodations to towns A. T. Furnish. highly county recommended. which they have wires running Mrs. H C. Gentry; who fell Brodhead is to be congratulated through then there should be one and sustained a broken arm some for securing her service and we passed. .made-to-measu- re weeks since says her injury will predict that she will make good in Pays To ' Advertise: Our soon be healed. her work Mrs. G. M. Ballard, , splendid druggist Chas. C. Davis, Miss Dora Llanton, af ter.spend-ins- : one of our teachers who has been although, long since an ardent be the week, with Misses Carrie out ofsc hool work a fev years.. lie ver in'adveitising, jis to-da- y. now more and Louisa Hysinger, has return made an averag'e of ninety five firmly convinced Jhah ever which speaks well for her. Fifed to her home at Brodhead. that it certainly pays to ad j U. G. Baker and G. S. Griffin teen teachers were in the exami-natiouv vertise. On Wednesday morn"Five making first class spent the week in Louisville, ing he received a bill and eight making second class buying goods for their Mt. Ver from A. B. Linn, of GreenJForest, certificates. Come to our Instinon and Livingston stores. Ark., in payment for a bottle of. George Owens, always accom- tute next year and you will see Tanlac. It pays to advertise, and modating, took his moving picture that Rockcastle has some teachers those who have tried it need no machine over for the pleasure of worth speaking of. proof that no better medium for IN AND A WILL DO Mrs. W. A. B. Davis. 4 'Sis" Taylor, an afflicted neighthe best results obtainable than County Superintendent. bor. the Mt. Vernon Signal. Try and Henry Daily say MRS. JAME& B. ROBINSON Ar'hur an ad next week and be convinced they expect to start to Illinois Mr. Linn said he saw the adverwithin the next ten or fifteen da s Succumbs to lingering illness tisement in the Signal. They will drive through in a wag- at her mission ridge eesldnce. on. Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, Re uMrs. Gertrude Weber Robin publican candidate for Governor, J George Cress, who left this county a number of yeers ago son, wife of James B. Robinson, spoke here Saturday. The court and went to Kansas, is back on a president of the Amercan Manu- room was well filled with Repubvisit. He is in Knox county now facturing company, of this city, licans and a number of Demobut will be m Rockcastle in a few died at the family residence on crats who went through courtesy Mission ride at noon yesterday, to Mr. Morrow. He dealt days. with fter a lingering illness of sever- the Democratic administration M. B. Salin were Mr. and Mrs. al years duration. She was bom from a Republican Standpoint, here between trains Tuesday. PROGRAM FOR FOURTH -- John M. Cress, near Preachers-villMARKTBURG. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 7, i873, but some of the charges preferred Mr. and Mrs. Salin have many at EDUCATIONAL DIVISION. bought of J. T. Rigcby. also and was educated at Hamilton by Mr. Morrow, especially in the We are having some typhoid. warm friends in Mt. Vernon who TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, of the East End, a bull weighing college, now Transyivania univer- case of Hon. BarksdalefHamlett, as Rev Seward, of Pulaski county, always, give them a cordial welFRIDAY, OCT.. 8. looo pouuds last week, at five sity, Lexington, Ky., where she to certain acts during his adminis preached a very interesting: sercome. 10T00 a.m. and a quarter cents a pound To graduated with high honors in the tration as Superintendent of Pub- mon here Sunday night. He exMrs. J. J. Thompson, of Preach-ersville- , class of 1893. Invocation Rev. A. J. Pike Mat Coy, of Madison county, Mr. lic Instructions, will be answeied pects to return again about Monis with her son, C. M. .We Do Anything. Address of Welcome, Cress sol thirty head of 800 On June 12, 1895, she was mar- by Mr. Hamlett from the same day night after the third Sunday Thompson, Assistant Cashier Peo- ried to James B. Robinson Dr. W. E. Gravely pound steers at 7 a hundred, and platform before this camoaipn i; in October and begin a protracted ples Bank, and sisters, Mesdames M.usic. Mr. Cress bought quite a bunch cime with her husbaud Irom over, and then it will be left to meeting.-Mr- s. Wick "Thompson is Rural Problem, We make your Stove Pipe and Jonas and John McKenzie, for a Kentucky to reside here Mrs. Hale ofmixed stuff in Rockcastle a in the fall the people to say which is right very ill at this writing Mrs. P. Music. pot your stove in readiness for the a few days. ifew days ago, securing about 100 of i898. Mrs. Robinson was a Mr. Morrow Jis a .most pleasing Y. Hunt and children will leave Agriculture inthe Public Schools, head at prices ranging from six to winter. Mrs S D. Lewis was called to daughter of the late William M. speaker, ranking closely to his today to visit relatives at BrodGuy Roberts seven cents a pound. Some of Repair all kinds of machinery, Chattanooga Sunday night on ac Weber and Sarah Weber, of this father, the late Jude T. Z. Mor head, Crab Orchard and other bought were inpluding the larger Rural Course of Study, automobiles. count of the death of her sister. city. Surviving are husband; her row, and his of Wildie. I5 from Bill Jonas, uncle, the late Sena- points, Misses Hazel and Nina Miss Minnie Gentry rioad that ave aged 800 pounds; Mrs. Robinson, who was Miss motner, Mrs. Sarah Weber, three tor W. 0. Bradley, Gertrude Weber before her mar sisters, Mrs: Sam D. Lewis, of ognized as two of who were.crec Albright, of Brodhead, visited Music. from K. I. Sm th, of Hiatt, 20 head the best orators Miss Ruby Hofk, from Friday Discipline, How Secured, riage, Mrs Weber, mother oi Mt. Vernon, Ky., MrsM. J. Dor. thatran in we ghts from 600 to in the state. With the possible until Monday.. Born to the wife 7oo pounds; from Jiin Purcell, on Miss.Tempest Ward Mrs. Robinson, on account of the sey, of Chicago, and Mrs. Mellen exception of" two or three families, of Robert Lawrence, September the edge of the Pulaski county Trained Teachers, injury, received several months Wright, of this city; one brother, Mr. Morrow will poll the full Re- 27th, a girl. George Bradley and Normal line, 20 head that averaged 680 : ago&fi the result of a fall, ws un Dr. Harry Weber, Prof. Walter Evans pounds. of Louisville, publican vote of the county, as tamlfy of Mt, Vernon, are visiting able to make the trip. Music. Ky., and four children, William, will Senator Stanley get almost the fami'v of Lee Middletoh. Strayed: From my place, Sat Work, Harry, Sarah and Mary. w' the unanimous Democratic vote. There will be prayer meeting Demonstration urday 18, a black sow, weight LOCAL MissCaison KY? MT. VERNON, Mrs. Robinson was a member Under the platforms of about i75 pounds, with hole in Thursday night the two here every ' ' one ear. Liberal reward for any Phone 62. The G. A. R. National Encamp- of the Cristian church of this great parties and with the two School is getting on well with a Music. information,' Moon Light Schools, city, in which she was a conscien- men as the ment, in session at Washington, Wade standard bearer of fairly oad latfehdanjce. General Discussidn ArthurJCOffey, last week will probably be the last tious and earnest worker. As each, there is but little excuse to Hysinge'is,aJreqiient. caller at L- - Pilkenton, Pres. daughter; wife, mother, sister and do any J. LouwiBe 'National meeting of that swopping, and if all reports Maretburg. ; $ome: attraction. friend, her life was spent, for oth be true; there will be Miss Elizabeth. Sxorms, .. v Des'sle Thompson. cameo ver but irerv ; . ers,, and npt for self, tipd her pas-- ; little JOjTit done, in the.-'Secretary. nlu GoverncW fronr.school at Red , Bud. aodrkpent ..EJU .JT the National sing away is an irreparable loss race. With that kind'of a vote all Monday night with; Sarah Wallen. AacretrntTsrauteieboot Opesa September 7U. Com. light, lamps and you to many relatives and friends. BEXHURUM & LEWIS Wete eoanea In PUao.Volce. over, the state, it "me&us - nothing Tlolla.Ortia.'CeKo. Pntilla . MT.' VEKNOK.''KY Sebool Mo!c Theory. get the best made. 25 and 4o .watt Funeral arrangements will be more or less t. UarntiM, daeees la 4 Attorrieys.at5Lavy'-- ' .: .Pron tRooms overBakier'H Store l than one of the bid- - Peter Cee .Atherton, of Louis-villBtoterr ot Maete. XaiemM lamps 35 cts. each FteytBf ud Wtht KtuHif. was elected, president pf the "r 03 for, 1:00. announced later. ' Chattauoogi time forty thousand .majorities for .. . . Phone-48.-S- . X PVptoaJbaJ.'XHtotfcaditudntreeJUlaTmUiem. J Offices in Bethurum Bldg-- . 60 watts 45 cts each. News, of Septra: Jackson Highway in Nashville '?: .a. u.staniey.. ; Dormitory lot slrtau TnHtaa lew. Tot eatelos iMn uwvm timtwT u. MUkMiHi,i . 1 ill t.n Jn:ii convention last Friday. 1915 Henry Clay Allen, Georgetown, ' The Fall skirts are supposed to has an ear of corn with V? rows ot be 'Juller. But some of them merely 'ook fn'lerT grains thereon.. -- vi - 79 - " Df ess Up Boy s" times. 4c the order of the day the sign of prosperity the national slogan of better npHAT-S 1 V: con.-idere- d t. fall promises to be the begin ning of the greatest business prosa Dress up Derity ever known. 3oys,,x be prepared to make the most of it. This a DRESS UP ONE OF FISH'S $15. Specials - Meet prosperity looking prosperous, meet her with a feeling of confi dence that you are dressed up, equal to the best dressed men in Kentucky one ofjFishs "Special Suits will place, you in rank otr wen aressea men. -- ?er-no- n a 'JKZi&ZX XI2X: $15 SUIT .iffTVr with a $25. . APPEARANCE Mac-imiila- n. ARE THE KIND WE OFFER YOU FOR SPOT GASH. e TV. Our ready fo' wear stock is large but it you want your new we are ready to make it for you FalLSuit for $15. Let us show you over iooo clirterjnt tali patterns WeCguarantee to fit you right Try us. be-tor- e n. 1.-0-0 EVERYTHING NEW FROM EVERVWH For Men and Bovs Who Care. SEE WHAT LITTLE CASH COME - The Home of Good Clothes in Mt. Vernon, Ky. e, 1 -- We Guarantee What We Do. ll Olara . Oweirc -- " --M- iss ,Maz-UivdVelect- ,.'" V- 'f ti CJXX Dentist - (hnsqtfjfay KMusic Hr-bob- e, .J-- S C T-- 13 PADD -- 4f A Forest Industry Advertisement For Bids. UFPIUE OF THE FISCAL COURT OP ROCKCASTLE: Sealed proposals addressed to the Fi.cl Court of Rockcastle 'oimtv for i he construction ol thit part of the road leading to the vladison Countv line ftora Mt. Vern m, Ky., between Mt. Vernon and oundstone statou, known as State Aid road No. 43, will be received ipto noon Oci. 4, i9i5, and will be publicly opened and read at 2 Uudcp in on date.- T.h'e plans and specification for said road ay be sten at the office of the Clerk of the Rockcastle County ourt, at Mt. Vernon, having been approved by the Fiscal Court of tockcastle County and the Commissioner of Public Roads, and bids nust be for the work done in accordance with said plans and speofi- ations This road is approximately seven miles Bids will be received on the work as a wh"l . n- ..i he fire niles out of Mt Vernon, or foi each m .. Hi ir vi s uti e iccived or grading and mac daimz ug ' suui stimrd ; he same division-jus- t set out. The said ii ca . to ) j ci 1..1.V nd all bids Bef jo contr. 0 s'are binding on thr first pa lir.s h .y . t c h I'onimissioners o! Public tl .id- leapp-vlo- f En-e ace m, :. ed by cash or cer inVd Hire rder of h County I reasurer tor 5 pur oeiu. ui t..t .ouuu. u4 .e roposa'; h oh check hull he held until the execution of the con- s-ii- d - HI I Have Hundreds of Children Cry for Fletcher's New Features The Barn um and Bailey Greatest Show on Jiartb, which comes to Richmond. Friday October 15, claim to preseub this yenr "'A Circus of All Nations," meaning one that is filled with all new features shown now for the first time and presented by 4So world famed wh- - repre-f-every nation -. '. '' i t re wo'ld ar-ti-- B!IMMMBl&lBiloBMalgHHMMMMM '- Bmhhb1oBbsIEb&''t' WPBmrS8m ' - - - 1 n' Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought, and "tthieh has Leeu va. use lor over JO 'years, lias borne the signature ot ana. has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. 3j ecccA&Zt, Allow no one to deceive von In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger tlie health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-i6ffl-- -tf-- Jnst-as-go- od -- ,j - f- - -- . IJMswiwisSIa ii PMME8HHMHBiM3ilMBR ppMf t mftih mKHmk tii th i , so that tb arc- - ic stars rral y wolh scting take a.- - ir.r 'I 1 rt v -- pJert. Bar h ii u e. r o n h's .sli -- iTHiBOnMnpjBiPlrTBBlfflBMHBMMr - ;;M IvmMIBuGohbMSShIHHhhI aStTSiic aBmflEdMm&MaBlMHHMMl aaCSlBSfflBMMSSSMMaMMWiHB Acid apd pulp wood are split and skidded at $1.75 per cord by contract. A Forest In the Bottom Lands cesstve year's circus as '"bigger and better than ever," but the ji phrase has become so hackneyed Ti fore th on tract is awarded, the successful bidder will be d to f'irr.i-l- i a bond equal to the amount o; the p- ,j,oa". for he fh- -t thisyer Ramum and Bai ley hesitate to use it, i;e Dite the cauhlul prfoimance of the work in accordance with the aforesaij fact that it adequately describes ilans and specifications the entertainment. More railroad All work to bt done under tde directions and supervision of t he cars are required to transport the tate road department. show, bigger tents are raised, more By order of the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County. area is needed to accommodate the showjtban ever beiore. Infact F. the circus has reached the point Clerk, Rockcastle County Court. where it is the despair of manv ot the sma'ler railroads and taxes their facilitif- - lo the limit for -re-jni( - a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it bas 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. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is C ASTORIA Castoria is harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS S. BOWMAN, 2L&tfffl& The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years rw THE CeNTAUK COMANV. N e;g.t A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Publio Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Eeview Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new YORK CITV. fivu cats arc needed to con-v- e' I X RICHMOND, KY. model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begins September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Term January 25, Fourth Terra April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Free. j. G. CRABBE, Present. the g gantic tent city from town to town There's material enough in this year's circus to make a dozen cirA "bi? cuses of the old d.y top" 630 fee 'ong, nearl- 1500 .employes, three n gs foir e!e acr s t aerial vated plitform-apparatus, the biggest stage ever erected for a dramatic presenta tion, a llo cage menagerie, 70C , I JUST REC EIVED A CAR LOAD OF hor.Nts, 40 elephants, street par-lad- e thit miles long. Among the novelties offered this season are the ' Six Riding Hannafords." "The Paldien- - " balancing, pyra The vine covered trunks are a feature of the forests in the bottom lands and add to fce beauty of the area. The straight, clear trunks will furnish excellent timber. " .Mil .n. P. i. i . Base of a Fire Tower Pistol and Revolver Cartridges That Are Dependable and Accurate VOU Now, results whether in casual shooting or in seriousworkat the target depend more than you might think on the wise choice of ammunition. It is worth remembering that the biggest men in the Pistol and "Revolver classes are shooting Rcmington-UMCartridges made forevery standard make of pistol and revolver used anywhere in the world. Fortherightammunition from thesportsmen'spointofview,seetheRem-ington-UMDealer. He displays the Red Ball Mark of Rcmington-UMC C C. selected your pistol or revolver because yqu expected it to give you results. Sold by your home dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky n miding and head jumping on ihe 'Fallen-berg'- s tops o! hurniug lamps Wonder Bears," '"Adgie" and her den of nine peformtng African lions, Barnum and Ikiley statue horses. Madam Bradna's Angel horses. Tbree great herd of war elplnnts. trained and Shown by the first and onlv lady tlephant trait ers. Besides thse are 6j aeriahsc, 6e riders, 60 acrobats and 60 clowns. A wondeful prelude to this great circus is th.i presentation of the new, magnificent, speciacular paegant, "LallaRookh" in which more than looo characters take part. Everyone should get an early start on circus day in order to be there in lime for the parade which starts at 10 a m., and which is said to be three miles long. Flour and ill Feed 85c 80c Dolly Varden or Helmit, pr bg Pure Gold, prbg Ready Mixed, prbg 90c Eyery Sack Guaranteed to You I Remington Aims-Unio- Metallic Cartridge Co., WooWrorth BIdg. (233 B" way) N.T.Cr Mm rajs 0-0-- 0 000 B ij Hi I TisSaicl Our natiou is composed of a luxury-lovin- g people, careless of cost and reckless of expenditure, with the lack of realisation what wise economy means. If that be so, let us endeavor lo mold our habits and desires as wisdom and 50c. $l.oar holds six times as much as the 25c sze circulation is free and your pain leaves as if by magic, nature of its qualities penetrate immedhte ly to the sore spot. Don't keep on suffering. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lineament. Use it. It means instant relief. Price a5c FACTS FOR SUFFRERS. Pain results from injury or con gestion. Ae it neuralgia, rheu inatish. lumbago, neuritis tooth ache, sprain, bruise, sore stiff mscles or whatever pain you have t bring yields to Sloan's new fresh blood, disso ves the con gestion, relieves the injury, the Lir-imen- STILL HAVE SOME OF MY OLD AND SOME NEW PRICES Pure Lard, Silver Leaf, $5.00 - 50-l- b can, $435 Compound, Pure Cane Suga, $165 Pure Lard ( in littles ) - 12c pound Compound ( in littles ) - JOc pound 50-lbxa- n, 25-lbsa- ck, COME IN AND TRADE WHERE YOUR$ IS WORTH JOOc. FARMERS EXCHANGE R. S. JOT, WeWantWalnutLois Highest Gash Prices Paid If you have any 'good Black Walnut tun-ben your place which you would like to convert into spot cash at the highest market price, write at once stating number, size and thickness of logs you could furnish and at what R. R. shipping point. et The Man Who Wants the Farmers Trade- - The telephone connection between the Are tower and the headquarters of men who may be sent to extinguish a fire which has been discovered is an for this field essential feature. The telephone instrument is especially-mad- e service and may be securely locked in a metal box. LOCUST Does dictates, and prepare for future emergencies and opportunities and open an account NOW in BORER. of Damage In Large Amount State A Method of Control Sought. A feature of forest protection which has been brought to the attention of the state forester's office is the locust borer, an insect which attacks locust trees. The black locust has been extensively planted in Kentucky for posts, and there is hardly a farm in Kentucky that does not utilize to a more or less extent black locust in this way. Several farm owners have planted extensive locust groves for the purpose of having posts available when needed. Also the railroads and mining companies have planted black locust .for ties and other purposes on account of its durability in contact with the ground. Black locust Is also extensively planted to regenerate worn-osoil, since it Is a legume, as clover or cowpeas. The locust borer has recently done a large amount of damage in Kentucky. In some instances it has destroyed whole groves. In order to combat this the entomologist of ut The Bank of Mt Vernon M MT. VERNON, KY. n C.C. MugelfcBri.Ct. lie, UuISTllIn.Ky. COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aid For TLree cemt the Kentucky experiment station. In with the state forester, has been, conducting a study of the locust, borer through the state. The damage from this insect has been repeatedly called to the attention of the state forester and is ,not confined to eoMMB any particular section of the state, but is pretty widely scattered. T Suuurs Mrs. Vix- - Wat Uiable to Attend to believe 1 would have died if I hadn't taken it. After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened Aiy cf Her HoisewMrlc. A rf'x.Fw....w.i'.pi,'i''.o?5y SffXS&SjBcSsT5ft up, and grew so much I felt like an-oth- 1'. AS UNDERTAKES A t"i ,; 3&f3tx . A7 TTL 1, i.M '"WliBwi?""" Pleasant Hill, N. three- summers,?' - C "I suffered for stronger in three months, person altogether." er V HH ' ti JLH SP i '- , -- t Onrlineof Couch Caakefcj P i' mtuvial 111 if. UiiUAWAAM Band-mad- e Colfinsfxirnished! Mount Vernon Monumental "L io IO ' WORKS r- - timm epx, BBrSS a. Hearse sent the County. .in 50 all parts Manufacturer of and JYlDEALER in Marbles ana Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. O.WENS: Propr .' 112 , one - All orders by rVire PromptlyiFilled .w. r -- Phone 94 S Ml. VEBNON, KY. . , writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had. dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about Could dot do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, uatil it wore off. I was certainly ia a dreadful state of health, wbea I finally deckled to try and I firmly Cardui. the.woau's-toaic- . Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actinIts Ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. g. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a mfflioa weak, women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for. you, what k has done for them. Try Cardui today. ttructums oa Writ to: QuttiBooc MeScfe Gx. Udta Qutttnoeca. Turn., fer Sp&ai yowr case Md boek. "tfena Traftat far Wea." tt 64-p- to fUm wnw. J. 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