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New rail fl.. u - 0 13 3 ( Uk 4 J I of If new colors IN SUITS COATS MILLINERY THE MODELS here will you some novelty plushes, corduroys, fascinating plaids, checks and mixAnd the tures, poplins, broadcloth,gaberdtne See the beautiful materials of the charm of the new Fall and Winter flu i& . idea Bischof garments But to appreciate them fully, you must come in ancf see them. Mil , Ah i El x J J&&0 Prune, Eggplant, Battleship Grey, Seal Brown, Negro Brown. Olive, Bottle Green, Regimental Blue, Midnight Blue, and Putty. You'll be sure to notice bow far above the ordimry 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 aie made to suit women of every age and every figure. It is the same way with Bischof prices. The range is so wide that there are attractive: ujodels for the women who dress economic-airas 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. y Hurst is in Mt. Vernon this wees These two ioads constituting as for $1 45 a cubic yard. Thv. estion Mr. George Law- they do, county seat roads within mated cost 01 these two roids is rence, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. the meaning of the state law, are about looo a mile, and aid the Lawrence, and Miss Lizzie Hurst, to be rebuilt and reconstructed county receives irom the state viiui;uior oi iur. aim Airs win. under the state supervision and in paying for half of it, reduces the Hurst, were married on the 22nd, the main with funds received by cost very materially, it is thought Rev. E R. Gentry officiating. Lincoln county from state road oy many it tnese roaas are guuu Mrs. Will Poteet died at her home fund. Sealed bids are asked for a good coat ot oil they will last for on the evening of the 4th, and was which will be opened on October fifteen years without any lurtber buried at Poplar Grove Tuesday. 9th. In letting the work by con work than to keep the ditches 1 She leaves a husband and seven tract, 111 the way prescribed by open. Tne metal tor the Stanford children the youngest being only the Sta'e Road Department it is road is being shipped from Mt. two weeks old. Mrs. W. F. De believed that the best quality of Vernon and about 2o carloads a Bord visited relatives at Catron, road work can be obtained at a week are being delivered. Interi Ky., first of the week. W. H. minimum of expense or Journal. Brown and family came down A splendid example of pike recon These pikes are on Boone Way, from Mt. Vernon Tuesday to at- struction under the supervision of except the Lexington road. tend the funeral of Mrs. Poteet. the Department of Public Roads is seen in the reconstruction work TONED UP WHOL.F, SYSTEM "Chamberlain's Tablets have which Garrard county is now dodone more lor me than I ever ing on the Stanford and Lancaster USIC dared hope for," writes Mrs. Es- pike from Lancaster to the LinAn excloslra mtule icbool Opens 3ptnter7th. ther Mae Baker. SDencernnrt,. r coln county line. No finer road Voire. m Violin. OrganCello, Pnbllo Y. ''I used several horrid nf way School Music. Theory. Haris to be found anywhere and mony. Languages, claaaes la these tablets a few months ago. History of Maslc. Ememblo Flaying and Sight Reading. They not only cured me of billious travelers over it pronounce it the 7' and student recital adranugea. attacks, sick headache and that equal of a bouievard. The Lan Diplomas lssned. Artist ooiniocaianainnrunienta!. LaalnUIe CtasemUrr t HaiIe.BM40I8.liliTlUt,lT. tired out feeling, but toned up caster Kecord explains the con- my whole system." For sale bv s ruction of that roadway as fol THE COLDS OF MANKIND All Dealers,. lows: CURFDB Y PINES. TWO PIKES UNDER STATE '"Over two miles of state aid Bave you ever gone through a road has been built in the county, tyical pine forest when you had a AID one mile on the Stanford pike and cold? What a vigerous impulse it Fiscal Court Pians For Reconabout one mile on the Lexington sent! How you opened wide your struction of Danville and C. O. road, and all who have seen these lungs to take in those luvigorat-in- g qualities. and myseriods Roads , roads pronounce them the best Yes, Dr. Bell's In accordance with the provis thej have ever seen. Three miles possesses tho-- e stimlatmg qualiovercomes hacking ions of state road law, the Fisr.nl of this road is being constructed ties and I covghs. The inner lining of the fiollrt nf T ino-,l. v,'uv.um tuumy :. aaver- - bv the county under the supsrvis- is j is strengthened in its atn of lne state agent, while four throat tising for bids for reconstruction o tack against cold germs Every e mues nave Deen lei ny con lamily needs a bottle constantly ue aranrora and Danville and Sta f rd and Crab Orchard pikes tract to hughes Brothers & Ward Bt hand. 25c. I ! louistftte fnnsmnmnv KAL 7T Pine-Tar-Hon- ey n ,... ' .. ":!!!'!!:' ?S S J t I !!!!! U( 7 i! ! I !! I 1 BAKER'S SB.. . k MT. VERNON KENTUCKY rai a :'" -- i '!!!! tt S t Z !!!. I Pfsa Bfcgas-ajBss.fcfcMa- '''j-f- r awafc ai ari a rfa afa MT !T V .MMHMi rs; at rTyTTOig ff-ftffiv- :. :- - mm t HS5I 2X No-vemb. S McBEE 8 We Gr37esttest Beg ZXZOtJXHZZXZHCLJiRX To Advise That We Have Bought I! ness, was here Saturday. G. S. son and daughter. Master Gravely Griffin has returned from the city Farris, and Miss Margurite, of Loijpig-slaF- i and has opened up his winter stock Junction City, spent several days Ill of goods. From all indications here last week with her daughter, there will be two tickets for town Mrs R. E. Albriffht anrl cicfor T H. Davis has his mill com- officers here, to be voted for Mrs J R. Cass. The Rev. W.B. Rev. Charles Doras, of Nashvil'e pleted and is now ready for r 3rd, but at present we are Gibbs, formerly of this place, but Tenn., closed a ten days business. Well, the third of No- uuable to name them. late of Stocks ville, N. C, died at meeting at Friendship last vember will soon be here and this his late home September gnd. Thursday. He is one of the best Sloo REWARD $loo will decide which will be governor of Kentucky for the next four The readers of this paper will It will be remembered that he preachers we have ever heard, was once a teacher in the common and we feel that his beine here years Morrow or Stanley. Of be pleased to learn that there is course Stanley will be victorious. Bt least one dreaded disease that schools of this county and while has done much good CJay The republicans had to furnish a science has been able to cure in teaching began the study oTthe Thompson is with his sister, Mrs. al. its stages, and that is catarrh. lamb for slaughter and it may juht HaTr Catarrh Cure is the only ministry, and made a minister of G. E. Price, at Marshall, Ind. as well be Morrow as any one e'se. positive cure known to the medic- considerable note, being pastor of Jackson J. Brown, of Mason City, We believe Stanley will carry the al fraternity. Catarrh beine a the Methodist church at Pineville Iowa, is visiting his parents, Mr. state by a majority of 30,000. constitutional disease, requires a and Barbourville when his health and Mrs. J. J. Brown, here. T. L. Hastey was in Brodhead Brother republicans, Salt River is constitutional istreatment. Hall's failed him. He died from tuberCatarrh Cure taken internally several days on business. Miss a dreary place, but we think this acting directly upon the blood and culosis. The meeting at the will be your home for the next mucous surfaces ot the system Christian church, conducted bv Lizzie Todd is slowly recovering four years. Our sympathy goes thereby destroying the founda- the pastor, D. G. Combs,- - closed from a severe attack of fever. little son, out after you, but when you held tion of the disoase. and giving the Sunday evening, with twelve ad- Mrs. F. E. Mullins-an- d patient strength by building up ditions to the Kennith Price, who have been vis the reigns of government for over church. Mrs. J. F. the constitution and assisting na twenty-fiv- e years, you had none ture in doing its work. Watson is with her daughter, Mrs iting her mother for the. past The profor us, so you will have to take prietors have so much faith in its F. L. Durham. Clarence Perkins, week, returned to their home at the medicine Mrs W.M Owens curative powers that tney offer of Pineville, was the guest of Mrs. Mullins Station, Sunday. Mrs. and Mr. G.S. Griffin were in Mt One Hundred Dollars for anv case R 3. Martin and family during J. L Davis and children, of Bee that it Lick, were visiting at J. L. Vernon, Sunday, visiting rela 11st of fails tO Cure. Snd fnr the week. Attorneys Ashley testimonial. Thompson's last week. Brindley tives. S. C. Frauklin, of Mt. Ver-no- t Address E. J. CHENEY & PO . Owens and L. W. Bethurum were Lathi m and Misses Ola and Kate was here Wednesday. News Toledo, Ohio.,- - Sold by all drug in town Tuesday. Work on the DeBord and Lena Broyles weut is very scarce this week and my gist fOC new depot has begun in earnest. " to Somerset Saturday and brought Take Hali's fomily pills for oon letter will be short Hobert The House Carpenters, the Con-cret- e bacK the new organ stipation. for Burnett's . Griffin has rented rooms at the Gang, and the Plumbers Chapel. W. R. Cress was thru Mullins Hotel and has gone to were all here last week. The here Monday making speeches in housekeeping there. Mrs Fred plumbers finished their work for behalf of his candidacy for Baker, of Mt. Vernon, is visiting the present. The carpenters are ludge. A. F. Lawrence Circuit was in relatives here this week. -- Miss about ready for the roof, and the Mt. Vernon Saturday on business .Rutha Painter, of Fariston, is vis "T)R. W. F Carter was in Shelby- - concrete he floors. Mrs. Sallie A. Long, of Quail, Wile. iiting relatives here this week and were spent last week with her brother, 1? L. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon. of last week. P. E Shiupl niH in Louisville, Wednesday, shop W. F. DeBord, and attended the was Here Tuesday shaking hands to Brown & Craig, last week, ping W. A. Robbins is working revival at Friendship. with our merchants. Mrs. J. R eight cattle and nine hogs for in Danville. He was at homo R. H. Brown, one of our hnst- 405.00. Mink is very sick at this time. Mr. and Mrs. I. R Sunday.-S- am ,. Mahrc John Mullins will move into the Storm; and daughter, Mss E'iza - pvy ""jnng merchants, is buildine an ad- r.. w icLuiufti in m o xrioit tr Ai. dltlon to his ctor. .. vr,... . Krueger property, and T J. Pen beth. were the anpcic nf Ur hnn 'uiuicm - Wai- niagton will move into his prop Mrs. W. A. Poynter in the erty on High street 1! TeDn- - are here Ir ,' Mrs. Lizzie nut Flat section near Qpab Or- - nesdav -- Mi I ters' of uS, oi. for a few days visit to her brother, t "... bwimora, 01 uoi.;raao, is vism g chard, fromFrrla.vnnt.il Sunday, Knoxville, is the guest of Mrs. T. W. E. Thomas, and The Rev. A. J. Pike filled his M. Clark her isterf Mrs C. K. Rice. Mrs. sisters, Miss this week. Mrs. R. H. Daisy, and Mrs. Sallie Jones. Ceorge Painter, who was very regular appointment with the Hamm is !a spending a sick, is some better at this writ- Scaffold Cane Baptist Uhurch last Carlsbad Springs few weeks at Mr. Will Gentry, of Spiro, spent for her health. Saturday night Saturday aud Sunday. ing. with his sister, J. E Woodall, traveling Mrs. A. Mr.and Mrs.WalterKobhiH went Mrs. A. C. Sowder salesman, of London, Ky , was in T- Furnish returned home last to hniicotoDninn m.. 3 Master ... Auesuuy m one Weodrow Mullins t. j on r town Tuesday J W Baker, is Tisitigi,&. 'fa:... xrom.a v.s.c to her mother ; Df J, Thos weej Cherry's houses on , r ind a ... ::::. J - .v. jm.uio mi. itnu ivir rs 11 ....... r.Wko is in Winchester in busi in Cincinnati -- Mrs. H. L Th ,rp. Silver street -. AAA. .A vanhook. , at Oeala tjt , i1 ....... ,, tlt Lvl reepa At a Discount Much Below Cost A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses and Childrens House Dresses, &c, &c And We Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling Event in of Men's and FOR GASH the History of the Trade. OUR Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity, STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD AT A SACRIFICE it "would take this entire paper, were we to name each item we have to offer you, so we must content ourselves by saying, " COME AND SEE' Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new and at nearly One-ha-lf Priee up-to-d- ate 5 JSrdhsid T-urs- day WdlT oi wTSa j, SFIOES and SLIPPERS at eLss than Cost to make up Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less BoTZTtLwS J "" ?$ Our Motto. "SELL IT FOR LESS ft - ... MT. VERNON KENTUCKY ym . BAKER'S t SSI Z2 1 1 nni-ani- l. lflfVlfVlfVfVfflVfflMVIffVfWfffIfffffVffllVffVllMIVflWI9fVffffffffff9f N V BE m S-B- ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, - Oct. 8, 1915 ' One of our citizens was heard to remark that it looks like Presi dent Wilson had enough trouble on his hands without taking on more. J J Mepewell ORDER Or NOTICE TITER N fak5 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR '.' voluntarily Mrs. John Kirby and Mrs. Alfred Barnes, both c f this place, afended the bedide of their mother, Mrs. A. C. Sowder, at Langford. Rev. Carmical filled his regular appointment at Sinking v'aile Saturday and Snnday Mrs. osanna Graves, of Livingston, spent Saturda- - with Mrs Wm. Livesay. Miss Hattie Carmical speut Sunday with Miss Jewel Barnes. The bean hulling at Mrs. A man da Hasty's on last Saturday night, was largely attended, : nd all present roport a nice time. Born, Sept. 27. to in wife of Aden Kash a boy. M li.e. the small child of R'r. and Mrs James Ar nold is 11 mbered with the sick M I can eat 'em all they m Russell and Herman Barnes m won't hurt me! That's be- - M cause they're made with Calu- are visitii g their grandparents, and that's why they're met Rev. and Mrs James Barnes. pure, tempting, tasty, whole- COUGHS THAT ARE STOPPED M some that's why they won't U L hurt any kid." m UJCareful people see that ttiey aie L Reccired Highest Award m stopped Dr King's New Discovk Kna Cm! Bui Frit Sit Silt jW ery is a remedy of tried merits. la PtunJ Can Br It has held its own on the market for 46 years. Youth and old age testify to its soothing and healing qualities. Pneumonia and lung troubles are often caused by delay of treatment. Dr. King's New Discovery stops those hacking coughs and releaves la grippe Money back if it tendencies. .;i Advertising rates maae know application A. O Stanley, in an address at Warsaw Saturday, replied to $1.0 to attacks on Gov. McCreary and flayed those who hive sought to his record. en besmirch Eastern District of Kentucky. s. On this 2, day ot October, A. D. i915, on reading the foregoing petition, it is ordered by the Court that a hearing be had u pon tl e CALL OF ELECTION. Whereas a Petition was on the 3I, day of September lgl5 filed with the County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County signed by"20 legal voters of voting preciuct JMo. X, or East Mt Vernon, asking a submission of the question "Wnether cattle or any species thereof shall run at large in said precinct". It is now ordered by the Court that a poll be opened in said voting precinct at the general election to be held in said precinct on the 2, day of November, 1915. fox the purposejof ascertaining the will of the voters of said votiig precinct upon said ques S. F Bowman, tion. Clerk Rockcastle Co. Court. Copy Attest. same on the 9, day of November A. D. i9i5, before said Court at Covington, in said district, at 10 o'clock in the fornoon; and that notice thereof be published in the Mt. Vernon Signal, a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other peisons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner sholdnot be granted. And it is further ordered by the Court that the clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their " places of residence-a-s stated. Witness the Hon. A. M. J. Cochran, Tudge of said Court and the seal thereof, at London, in said district, on the 2, day ot Oc The Price Is Right This Year HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COM PLETE LINE FROM CINCINNATI AND KNOXVILLE OF MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION LADES' AND MISSES' which r "OhLooldV COATS are now on Display. Escorted by a crowd of 300 men on horseback, who met him thrae miles out ot town, A. O Stanley, the Democratic nominee for Governor, r d triumphantly into Hindman Friday on a mule. He came from Prestonsburg, which is sixteen miles away, accompanied by formre Congress man Frank Hopkins, who lives in PrestonsburgJ and Mack Phythian of Frankfort, who is traveling with Mr. Stanley. The act that Edwin P. Morrow, the Republican candidate, canceled his speak ing date at Hindman. when he found he hid to travel mule back, aud that Stanley jumped at the idea, pleased the voters in this messages Telepnone section. announced the approach of Stan ley toward Hindman and a guard of honor was formed to lide three miles out and bring him in When Stanley and his mule hove into view of the crowd they lei out a yell and waived their hats in welcome. Another ovation was given the Democratic candi date when he entered Hindman at the bead of his escort. m I ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF YOUTHS', BOYS' & MENS' tober, A. D. 1915. J. W. Menzies, Clerk. By S. W. Stack y, D. C. CLOTHING Consisting of IS THIS" TRUE? UY WALT MASON. (Seal of the Court ) A meeting of the Southern Appalachian Good Roads Association will be held at Blue-ld- , W. Va., Oct. 14, i5 and 16. James Maret is Kentucky's Vice President of this association. Mr. and Mrs. lames Bullock, of Cove, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Mt. Vernon. . "To gain a smile from your starry eyes, I'd rather slay 2 dragon," the lover cries. "I'd dip the sea from its ancient bed. fails. 5ocand$loo. I'd scoop the snow from yon ARKTBURG. mountain's head I'd grab a stai from the spangled skv, to light Wheat sowing and fodder your path as you toddle by. I'd ing will soon be over in this xV savsec- graph Company lo-day The Western Union Tele un- have wires, der charter, running thru our we find ourselves county, unable to send a message over their lines, from the fact of their trouble and differences with the L,. &JN. R. K. This service ha. teen turned in to Rockcastle county for past two years thru the Cumberland Telephone Com pany which reallv own tht Western Union until the U. S who is long on vows . Thomas Wallen, Sula Wallen, Government stept in and did the Una Hall, Anna Emerick and OUR GRAND SECRETARY. separation act. These two comlobn Houston. panies carried on this telephoue-telegrapThese are busy days at tht business up to Grand Secretary's office, where WHY NOT PUBLISH IT? two months since at least to Bro. When you want a fact to beDave Jackson will greet the Rockcastle county when the lo delegates to the Grand Lodge with come generally known, the right ray is to publishit. Mrs. John cal company advised them it de the smile that won't wear off, and Kalians, Peru, ind , was troubled sired better compensation for ex- the hand clasp with belching, sour stomaches, and "God change business. The W. U am ncuuenii ueaaauiies. one that has made him the best gave no sstisfactory answer. The known Grand Secretary Kentucky writes: "I feel it my duty to tell others what Chamberlain's Tab W. U. is and has been in ever had. lets have done for me. They have law suits with the L. & N . R. R. If there is one of the 42000 Ma helped my digestion and regulatfor some years. They have sons of Kentucky that has never ed by bowels. Since using them wires running thru Rockcastle. I seen Dave Jackson, it isn't because I have been entirely well." For the W. U can't give connection-t- Dave Jackson has never sale by All Dealers." Leen county seats let them be where he could be seen, fores FARM NEWS. forced to get out of the county. Grand Master and Grand SecretaJohn M. Cress, near Preachers ry he has perhaps covered every ville, is going in lor pure bred We wish to say Rockcastle ic quare foot of Kentucky soiL Southdown sheeD. as well as the going to have thru highways first, Miss L. R. Hosken, Mrs. Jack blooded black cattle. He was over then other roads are to follow. son and Assistant Secretary Alex in Georgetown last week and Our people should not become Woodruff have been kept busy bought a tine, thorough bred buck discouraged on account of the de- checking the lodge returns and from T. F. Shrout for which he lays met in getting the work start- collecting the detailed information gave $43. ed. This State road business, required for Grand Lodge. Miss There were about 200 cattle on in the mountains, especialiy, is Hosken served for many years the Harrodsburg market Mondav, something new and out of the or mder the late beloved Capt. Gram dmary, and it takes time for the while he was Grand Secretary. and while most of them sold the demand was not great. The courts and people to grasp the and is regarded as the daughtet highest price paid was seven and situation and meanings. It is a of Kentucky Masonery Masonic a quarter cents, which was for a prooosition that requires some Home Journal, Louisville, Ky. bunch of yearlings numbering study. Our Fiscal Court has 20. Some plain cattle sold at six made that study and to morrow A CLOGGED SYSTEM NEED aud a half ceuts, while common it is probable the said Court will ATTENTION. stuff brought five to hve and a do what they think is best for our Are you bilious, dizzy and listhalf cents. J. D. Whitehouse "of less? Dr. Kiners New Life PilU county. h Last Tnursdav afternoon Mr. Wade Hunt and Miss Julia Mae Sams drove orver maid fall for this tommyrot, and to the home of Rev. J. J. Noe and off to the parson then they trot, were made mau and wife. Mr and the good man says, "Yoi Bettie Dillingham of Somerset, ire man and wife: I have sen visited Mrs Ed Houston last tenced you, and your team's fo week. Mr. Zeb Hall isiprepanng life.' The passerby, when a yea o e ect a new barn Z Emeries has flown, may hear the passion is laying the foundation for a Cheap and big canBaldngPowdera do not save you money. Calumet doo3 it's Pure ate husband groan: "The minut beautiful residence. The Maret and far superior to sour millc and soda. I step within these doors, you urg school will have a spelling have a list of a thousand chores match Friday night, Oct. 8. The There is no rest for a weary soul; p.ipils who received E grades foi When Arknansaw Deleware her you want some water, you want last month are: Joe New Jersey, 1 bet he couldn't keep Hall. Wm. some coal, I should mow the ding Wallen, Goldie Emenck, Auna is Iowa. And, by the way, donged lawn, or pulling weeds, iouston, Mattie Houston, Ruby vhere has Oregon?-LuMcLuke. till the light is gone, or pruning Houk, Thomas Wallen, Sula trees with a butcher knife a Wallen. Those who entered on man's a chump when he takes thi role of honor: Goldie Emer-i:k- , a wife !" Oh, girls who plan t Anna Houston, Mattie Housbe happy fraus, beware the man ton, Ruby Houk, Leon Houk, Mrs. Sams. ke catch a whale, tho it's fierce aud fleet, and proudly lay it before ycur feet "Whatever a mortal man can do, will be done by me, dear love, lot you,.' Oh, the fail tion. Mrs. Jack West and child ren, of Wilton, Ky., are visiting lal 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. Telephone Aa Washington and San Francisco Wednesday, also between New York and San Francisco via meta ic lines to to wa.huigfon wLe e the tilktng was automa c tran terred to wirele.s. Euiope will soon he in he circuit. held by radio or wireless between connections were J. a M. :: BRODHEAD, ..... . . . . (!) ADAMS KY- :: 1 IT ALWAYS DOES THE WORK Children C17 ftJR FLETCHER'S O ASfQ R I .U ::::: t j :::::::::::::.. ' CHAS. C. "I like Chamberlain'- - cough Remedy better than any other. " writes R. E Roberts. Homer Ciiy, Pa. 'I have taken it off and on for years and it has never Jailed to fiive the desired results. For sale by All Dsalers. r -- .... 1 to COME home anddinner me have some of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR DAVIS Leading Druggist - 9 MT. VERNON. KY. CATER to the youn folks with a complete line of Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and to the old folks with all kinds of reconstructive tonic and system builders. " TE w FLOUR files-Yo- u" The majority of men relish good, fresh, tasty bread and miss it keenly when compelled to eat ordinary bread. Complete confidence comes to the woman who uses the Morning Star Flour in her bakings, confidence when she buys, for every sack is guaranteed to give satisfaction, confidence when she bakes for Morning Stat Flour never goes wrong, but goes further than usual flout by making more loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the mixing, and kneading, and produces the mo3t 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 yon have tried Morning Star Flour you will never know a perfect flour CHAS. C. DAVIS She Mom of TANUAC Phono No. 39 -- - r o ;:::.: ::: a a 2 a. ii -- s$Jaaq8Xtt: J &30c8eD33&& GRANVILLE OWENS I UNERTAKER Ky Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- T met on Monday and opened the bids submitted on the seven miles of line leading out Richmond Road from Mt Vernon to Round Stone. Two bids were received. The court, after two days' work in the matter, until tomorrow, Saturday. Ifaere is some doubt as to what Start your treatment "Will be di s 25c a bottle. ad-joarned Fiscal Court taken at once siezes upon constipation and starts the wels moving naturally and easily. Moreover it acts without griping Negl c of a clogged system often leid-t- o the most serious complications. Poisonous matters and a body poorly functioning need immedi ate attention If you wish to wake up moruiug h3p py in mind and entirelv satisfied cer, a bunch at the latter price. There were hundreds of mule cotes on nand, and the several buyers got a good portion of them They sold all the way from $40 to $o5, Bonta Bros., paying the .latter price for an excellent mare colt. The bulk ot them sold be tween $50 and $7o. Interior to night Boyle, bought of Brown, of Mer Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated RIDDLE C. T. phone orders Promptly Filled 3&&c&x&yce&c 5 $:& BRODHEAD, KY. &&a&cye&39 96D&33r38 This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before THE FACT THAT IT IS SEEKING JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE Lpie$jQie. NC$Die)G . Journal. Gait of Washington. The wedding will occur in December ilrs.' Wilson ditd August 6, iol4. has appointed R A. Sparks and G. S. Griffin Gus Staverson.' as commissioners to meet the Science says th t one perso- commissioners of Laurel County , on Tuesday, Oct. i2tl-- at Livings out of ever ten is insane, but it ton, to agree upon a point of ally looks as if we know more meeting of Laurel and Rockcastle crazies than that. inter-count- y seat roads. If the Doctor would only prescribe plenty of whiskey and Washington dispatches an- ty oi rest, most menwould plen be sick nounce the engagement of Presi- all the time. dent Wiltson to Mrs. Norman 1 The Fiscal Court 'Harvest King" Seed Wheat, for sale. Call on For Sale: Asthma-Catarr- Kour Business h and Bronchitis Cm B. GrUy RelierW fey tke New Extanwl Vapor Ttmtmiat. Don't take Internal medicine or habit, forming drug for these troubles. Vick'a Salvo is nnnliv? vrfem.11., and relieves by inhalation as a vapor and by absorption through the skin. For Asthma and Hay Fever, melt a little Vick'a ' in a spoon and inhale the vapors, also rub nou over we spinal column to relax the nervous tension. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. "VaD-O-Eub" A 12 I Merchandise v . good line of General w-,x- And Is Prepared To Care For It. 98J ivr I . xr-w i&xiri)fcirr&nr&& vj " ' flft-wrQ- Gf)JZQiJyLjK.iJJKjg&J-&- - P nrinirXr'rrrrri -v-wm w" rr-- &&&&&& Mt Vern.on & &&&&& & . CASTOR A I Children FLETCHER'S FOR "-&- Gxy " vowusr two mxxk Farm Implements &32&rt(te$ Peoples Bank Kentucky yc&ttj SS M r T.VERNON SIGNAL Buy your winter shoes from 9 Mt Vernon Ky. Ot. 8 1915 chant has typho'd. Fish's and you'll get the most for Luther Mullins is traveling for your money. up"No.79" wnonT7f. wao toCommunl x7 a Bristol wholesale shoe house. cate wtrn 8IQNAL Leather shoes are cheaper In Geo. D. French of Gulfport, the long run. Buy them at Fish's Miss , who is visiting his father, for cash and buy them for less. near Brodhead, was here Lincoln Fiscal Court has advertized for bids to furnish 2250 yds. Everett Mullius is in Richmond See Fish's $2 50 Special on business. shoevbefore you buy. W. H. Owens, the Spiro mer- work KB - 1 - J wr?? 79 x. j Louisville & Nashville R. R.Co. TIME TABLE. 22 uortn 4 nortti 23 south 21 5.04 p m 3:56 a m 11:39 am South Phone No. 8. 12:13 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice mail matter. as second-clas- s PERSONAL Mrs. J. B. Noe is on sick list from rheumatism. Joe Noe has bonght a Parrott and named it Tom T. N. Noe bts returned from a business trip to Harlan Mrs. Fred Durham, who has typhoid, is improving John Fields was here from Stanford, again Tuesday (?) Bud Anderson is some better but not yet out of danger. Mrs. J. B. Noe is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism. Mr. A. H. McFerron, of Breezy Hill, was in town yesterday. John Cress is one of the most crushed stone for Crab Orchard and Mt Vernon road (Brone Way) Mt. Vernon has two gasoline H. A. Doan bought of James stations for autos Broyles, just across Puh.ki Hi o, Neal Parrett is making a cage a yearliug jack and bhipt to Penf . r Joe Noe's pai rott. dleton Oregon, from th:s pi: ce The average baby seems t Tuesday bv express, the chirges think the cat's tail is a handle. on same being $64. William Fields bought a 260 Omara & Owens are getting lots acre farm near Houstonville, at of work at their repair shop on $125 per acre. West Main. Tb.y can doctor McNews tract ionthreasher was an thing from a sir all uiorter to a here yesterday. They are mighty traction engine, a stove pipe to a clever business men. steci ra boiler or engine. I LOCAL SPECIALS FARMER, TATT 1915 The Annual County Farmer's Institute for this county will be held at the Court House in Mt. Vernon next Thursday, You are invited to come and bring your family that day, and while here you are invited to make our store your headquarters. SOME FISH'S FOR Next Thursday, Oct 14th, Mules: I will sell my yearling J.. VV. Baker was ho.e from mules for good note on one year's Winchester ' onday anc'. expresstime. Call on ed himself as ..u.ug thoroughly deJ. F. Lewis, Maretburg. Ky. lighted with his new home, and Willis McKenzie, who was the prospects for a fine business burned out by the late livery in that prosperous and thriving stable fire, has opened up business town. 'A I! extensive stock traders in Garrard county. F. L. Thompson Jsold 5125 pounds of Red Wing coffee in September. James Levell, of Bryantsville. was here yesterday on nts way to ward London. Bernard Franklin, after several weeks tussel with typhoid is able to visit town neighbors. Manager Carrico, of the tele phone company, Stanford, was .here in auto yesterday. Miss Frances Sparks is becoming quite well advanced as an expert in automobile driving. R. A. Sparks and some friends motored to High Bridge, Lexing ton, and other points Sunday. Mrs. T. j.Niceleyhas returned from a visit to her father, Ex Sheriff Henry Catron, in Lincoln f ! iX county. Mrs. Bess McClure and sister. Miss Sallie Reynold?, have moved into the Rome Adams residenre on West Main. Mrs. Delia Baker was here from Williamsburg, Wednesday to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. A. C. Sowder. R. A. Welsh, who has been on sick list many months, is slowly His man gaining strength. are pleased that he is im friends proving. Mrs Cleo BrO'vn and mother, Mrs. Mary Wnliams. have closed HONOR ROLL. their home for the winter and wil Will Thompson, Mary Lang-ford- , Have vou brought in that fine occupy the rooms in the rear of ar ot corn? Big apple? Ruth Landrum, Ralph Grif-fii.Irish the Post office builciug. potatoes? Sweet potato? Pars Cecilia Walton, Ruth Mul-tnF L Thompson, Jr., Cashier nip? Chestnut? Chinquapin (in May Cummins, Hazel John Peoples Bank and V. C. Tate, As burr)? Long handled gourd? son, Onie Silvers,- - Jessie Sowards. sistant Cash er Bank ot Mt. Ver Xershaw? Pumpkin? Pieraelon? Maggie Jones, Virginia Crawford, non at'ended the Bankers meet Bushel gourd? Turnip? Popcorn? Christine Davis, Berdie Graham, Celery? or other things in vege- Annette Cox, Rosa Orton, Everett lag at Frankfort Wednesday. Conductor Joe S. Robinson, table line? or curiosities in var- Bryant, Eva Cummins, Edna who had been with the L. & N. ious shaped vegetables? to be ex- Davis, Flora Mae Brown, Bertha for forty years, died suddenly of hibited in Fish & Son's ahow Debord, Eliza Langford, Louise Mullins, Marguerite Bryant. John theart disease at his Louisville windows. Ihome a lew hours afer coming in Harper, Karl DavisTMary Arnold, John Magee, wife and son. left from his Nashville run, Monday yesterday morning for Blanca, Nellie Cox, Walter Bradley, Mamie afternoon this week. Cobradp, where they w ill make dams, Addie Burk, Grace U. G. Baker, after buying a big their future home. Before" leav- Bryant, Ella Mae Sowder, Nina stock of fall and winter goods in ing Mr. Magee purchased a new Cox,. Bill McPheron, Reeva Perci Louisville and a most enjoyable Ford car and the trip will be made ful, John Taylor, Everett Bowvisit to that most appreciated by automobile. Mr. Keene Lutes man. STAR ROLL. 'friend, Joe Grauman, is back has leased from Mr. Magee his Ella Mae McKenxie, Arthur home and is as saucy as he used to residence in the Highlands. Dan-vill- e Thompson,-- - Afdilla Brown, Ina be, leaving the impression that he Advocate Meadows. Lillian Griffin, Stephen has fully recovered from his recent Mrs. A. O. Sowder died af her Proctor. , serious illness home at Langford station Monday NUMBER" OF HOURS STUDIED OUTChester Landrum was operated after a year's intense.suffering of SIDE OP SCHOOL. on Wednesday at the Pennington that most awful disease, cancer. The following are the pupils Hospital in London for appendici- Mrs. Sowder's suffering has been tis by Drs. Pennington, Brock long and severe but she bore it who studied forty hours outside of and Brock, assisted by Dr. A. G. calmly, never complaining. Be- school in High School: Ella Mac McKenzie. Mary Langford. LovelL of this place. His father sides her husband sbe leaves four Taylor, Ruth Landrum, Emma was with him and reports Chester children two daughters, John Mesdames Albright. doing well and is highly pleased John Clontz, of Mt. Vernon, and The' with the operation. enrollment ior the rirst Delia Baker, of Williamsburg, and P. Q. Griffin, who has for many two sons, yfj. M. and Paris Sowder, ' month of this school venr ic . years conducted a general store both of this county. The burial an. increase by 18 over the first y l ' l nere are otnerS at Quail, this county, is here took place Wednesday at the Kir- who wl11 be in Jater, having been a residence on the old by grave yard, after building funeral ser Griffin mill lot which he will rent. vices at thegrave conducted by kePt out ou account of sickness. Mr. Griffin has sold his store and Rev. C. K. Carmical. ' "". """"""- - " ieam is pro- - farm at Qail and will move about gressing nicely, and we hone Mrs. John Kirby and Mrs. A1?J January 1, to the Willis Griffin f red Barnes, of the Skeggs creek within a few days we will have place on West Main street We aume maicn games 1 u:.- - -i- A u.o m;r . olc Anr. einn . iue learn is u., uc lu ux Mrs, Tafchep gmaU b weicuui u6 I town. Sowder. it up by n, basement of Rockcastle Hotel. R. S. Jett, the Farmers ExWillis can't be downed. He will change man. is an athlete from get thru every time. away back. J Yesterday we saw The adjusters' were here last him mount a 16 hand bare back week and made settlements with horse from the "off'' side by a J. M Brown, on building, C. A. single spring, arriving on deck Davis, on livery stable, and VV. A. without any climbing at that. McKenzie on restaurant, the three NOTICE loosefs in the recent fire. All road claims must be filed with the County Court Clerk on County Clerk, S. F. Bowman, of this place, put on exhibition in or before Nov. 9, 1915, or iarae the show window of J. Fish & will have to lay over till Nov.. 1 9 16 G. M Ballard, Co. Judge. Sun the largest sunflower ever reported in the state. It measur Oct. 7, 1915. ed 60 inches in circumference. W. A. Mobeiiy, president and general manager of ,lbe Western Coal Lands. The Boreing Land Company, in which Dr. J. Powder Manufacturing Co., 111., is a nephew of the late M. Williams is interested. nr closing out their valuable land Alvah Maret He was telegraph holdings in Harlan county at a operator at Hazel Patch and other big profit on their investment points on the L & N. some years ago, and later was employed in a made a number of years since. powder agency at Knoxville. J. M. Brown is baying the lot cleaned off and will begin at once Judge W. R. Cress is in the the erection of a building which county speaking this week. He will be occupied by W.A. McKen will be at Mt. Vernon Monday zie. Mr. Brown has not decided n d will speak in the Court House whether his will rebuild livery at 1 :oo o'clock p. m. Pome out and hear bun. Judge Cress is a stable or not. We understand that the Brown very pleasing speaker and is makbrothers will put up a business ing a vigorous fight fn his race for house on the lot where the late Judge. fire destroyed the livery stable and FREYTAQUE ANDERSON. the McKenzie restaurant a month Richmmd, Ky., Oct. 5, 1915. since. We suppose McKenzie Miss Maude Freytaquu and Mr. will secure a lease upon the build- Arthur C. Anderson, were quietly ing as he is about the only man married at the residence of Rev. who ever made a success in busi Barnes, on Lancaster avenue. The ness on that corner. bride is a very handsome young Fred Owens will tackle anything lady, coming from one of Richonce. He has had experience mond's most prominent families vith almonst any kind of engine, The groom is formerly of Brod machine, autos, 'tetc, and is just head, Ky.,and holds a prominent baiting for an areoplaneto fall position in Cincinnati Ohio. The here.in its passage, so he may take happy young, couple left immedi-atel- y for Cincinnati, where the it to the shop of O'Mara & Owens will make their future home. for repairs. After repairing it, e would undoubtedly, take a MT. VERNON GRADED vLiz in it f just for luck. That's SCHOOL NOTES. Fred. In Be-re- a. OF OUR SPECIAL OFFERINGS FOR. THAT DAY ARE SPECIAL MEN GOOD HEAVY WORK SHOES THAT WEAR like most $3.50 Shoe- - other stores sell. $2.50 SHOES FOR special $3o0 SLICKERS Men GUARANTEED TO TURN THE WATER The Colors are Black and Tan. FISH'S SPECIAL - SWEATERS -- FISH'S SPECIAL $15:SU1TS ARE THE $15. SUITS with the '$25- - Look i FOR ALL THE FAMILY All the Styles, Cotton and Wool. THESE WO 50c to $3.00 MORE $15.00 NO LESS Be sure you get what you pay for ble prices for spot cash. There are more frauds in Shoes than in most anything to wean To make sure .you get what you pay for come. to our store and select your Fall and Winter Shoes from our all leather line. Shoes for everyone at lowest possi- Come In and See What a Little Cash Will Do V s0LEApmG aSSi The Store That Sells For Cash. Mt. Vernou, Ky. Oct. 4, 1915. To the citizens of Mt. Vernon and vicinity: In view of prevailing conditions in town and thrugh-ou- t the county, it is considered desirable and proper, that we c ime together, and discuss the best means for promoting law and order. We deem it especially urgent, that the people take immediate st ps to enforce existing laws regarding unlawful sale and use of alcoholic beverages, as well as the wholesale practice now in A'ogue of corruptcampaign methods in theuse of money and whiskey to bribe voters. In view of these harmful and odious practices, all citizens who desire to promote law and order, and iair elections are earnestly and 'respectfully reregardquested to meet less of political differences, at the Court House,' Saturday, Oct. 9., I p.m. e J. W. en-mas- se TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. The Teachers' Association, Educational Division No. 4, will meet at Livingston at 9:30 a. m. Oct. 23. The following program has been prepared for this meeting: Devotional exercises. Should children report to parents the daily occuirance at school Miss Cora Coldiron Purpose, and work of moon-light s, To Luke MeLuke: Save all your praise, For Jackson Ogg; Who seeks to raise. A barkless dog. Worthington, Indiana, has a sycamore tree measuring 47 feet in circumference. Don't forget the date of the county Farmers Institute hero next Thursday the i4, and be prest Bring your neighbor. Remember, next Wednesday and Thursday will be two important days for the farmers of Rockcastle. Your Farmers Institute will be held at Brodheadl Graded school next Wednesday and at Mt. Vernon Court Hou.e the next day. Thursday. It is hoped that every farmer and all others interested in farming a Rockcastle county will attend one or both of these meetings.- - One of the State lecturers at these meetings will be an expert in judging corn and asks that every corn raiser bring in his or her prize ear and have Van-Winkl- Services at Christian Church for Sunday Sunday School 9:45 Preaching bervice 11:00 a. m. Christian Edeavor 6:30 p. m. Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. On the fourteenth of this month we shall liegin a series of meetings; continuing ten days, to which every one is invited. H. T. Young. . -- ... uurrT, For Infants and Children, Thi Kind Yiy Have Always Bought Bears the Signature I CASTOR .. practicing constantly. &vtf; young man who was seen Sunday eve kissing his girl while stauding at the front gate will subscribe for the observer beSchools Daniel Ponder fore next press day, no further matContrast present methods' of mention will be made of the teaching with thirty years ago ter." Exchange Seventeen of. them came across. Theo Pigg' Some reasons why so few pupils T IE DHNTIST. complete the Common School The dentist bowed me to a chair Course In a manner most delightful. Prof Dickerson He mauled me when he got me it judged. Why teach Current Events, there. Attorney W. E Krueger will John Lair His cruelty was frightful. have his bricklaying begud on his Value of literary work in'jschool residence next week. The buildHigh top boots for men and Miss Mary Rice ing will be commodiustVwith all Some ideas ou teaching History boys at Fish's. modern conveniences ' Located on and Geography If you have anything "Jn the Richmond streeuand DLxiecHigh-wa- y. J. G. Wilson farm-o- garden products line you Personal neatness 'and school would like to show, bring it in to The Court of Claims was fn sesOmer Chesnut Fish's and they will label 1U and sanitation Eliminating tardiness and irreg- put it in their corner show window sion Tuesday and Wednesday al lowing the usnal list of claims, but ular attendance along with the others. ProfTPilkenton More people are becoming in- whirhis considerable less than last year. Should " examinations be made terested in better farming in more or less rigid The year 1 9 1$ was a. hard one Prof. Scott Rockcastle all the time and the at- on Kentucky county, fairs. Methods of teaching Arithmetic Farmers' institutes are better Most than they were a few years of them lost money. Prof. S E. Chandler tendedNow, do not forget Rockcastle to go J . S. Irvin ago. School Athletics to Brodhead next Wednesday and fairs have never lost out, be the Basket ball game. to come fo the Court House here, year good or bad. All who are interested in eduand attend For SaUk: Two good cows parents, are next day. Thursday, Institute. cation, especially your 1915 Farmers' to attend this meeting. and two calves. Don't need and urged "j . Cora Coldiron, We all pretend to admire a will sell right. Call oh or write Program Omer Chesnut, strong will But wouldn't you Edgar Mullins or Wai. Mailing. J Committee bate to be married to one? JohnL.air, IMt. Vernon. "If the r . -- "? Sjr 1 -- i jul ft m mi r iifrn milf rrrfc miistmamssm rlnfrwiBr rr-ni 1 .rrrr .rim r ' -- "mii -- htM Protection In Kentucky iS "NBW" LEASE to n 'i-.-ii asp . -- i "!-a- m Til-- iiftm i L..t?".rr?p drla from tbe SVPiT 4m" Jinown dead as i98 and tHe SAYS ii uO V ui s'6ti j iiuin-b'e- r " iinDni i ii iffiTrVrn.fn, ri Z i rr WgSmmt0iiimSiryaam JL - ' ' Li n-li- of missing as 3 10. The inhabitants of Biharketiz tsser in Hungary are n;; c t. LVelares Tanlac Relieved Him 'during the war and the price oi L&st of Indigestion and Slugl cat meat has soared to three kronen J gislmess; per kild, whatever that nieaiis. At Valparaiso, lud.; Jdlin Hagargument for the A LTHOUGH a bill was passed 'ias been a strong oth-e- r gard, aged 7o and who had been k by the General Assembly in formation of like organizations in prestouisviiles Kv.; bet. 7, 19I5.--counties in the state. At the approved 1912, times, wjs joined J Doyle, of 1 127 West Jeffcr-fco- married-fi- ve rf March, governorand are nearly 200,000 acres providing for ent time there by the heart and hand to Miss Rosa association, ami they embraced in this fctreetj tnik dty, Sas Tanlac a state board of forestry and the include practically all the timlterlnnd Willis, just 21. The girl is a step him to relish his fo'i appointment of a state forester, it owners in Harlan county. Approri daughter of his be suppo-e- d h i wafc not until the 1st of September, mately 35,000 acres were added to the he u t .i 1912, that the work was actually put acreage of the association last spring a;.p Me pe in seasons ;. on foot, since at this time a state for- ifter one of the severest lire , baseoal t. iu,e 11;. in ester was appointed and took up the which the state has ever experienced, pjaye ue v 1 .j )ui,v. duties of his office. It was very clear which shows that the work has been proNation i l, t . to secure the In the beginning of the work that for- effective in a measure "fht-'- t Boston A,tnrn. . est protection was the feature which .onfidence of the timberland owners I av.e,'hi ., d a--, v.-lt should receive the greatest emphasis, In that region. The most ambitious i o ;e so iid tb .: 1 itsr, JfhiiHdt'lpni.t iru;!, formation of a forest flro especially protection from forest nre3, effort for the The hrtii o J. . vv .1 oth ng v.. didn t e.j-s.which bare been and are tbe greatest protective association Is that put on . has bee;, plac agency for the destruction of the tim- foot last spring, which embraces four dil eat. Af t'h mctil I '"ell i rte ber in the entire state; consequently a counties in Kentucky and two in Virnu.-catto, the wishes, ot ine toan Hi d before Wa:m weath- subject fire plan was outlined by the state ginia. This etTort was initiated by the fl. tation managers! or thn board of forestry and has since been Consolidation Coal company. The four er made :: t feel listlcs and no of the $500,000,000 credit 'loan to followed out The fire plan was made counties of Kentucky embraced in this, acco p t. but in cold gather, and etcher, Floyd, pos- organization are Pike, more feasible by the was Great Britaiu and France government un- and Knox and the two counties in Vlri espc til y in damp weather-sible with the federal ! Articles, of inenro r.tio der the Weeks law, whereby $4,000 ?inla Wise and Dickinson. The last su.; ci to ! ad 'ds. g.ed. in th . to undertake such an or? . tfi was made available to the state for two counties "i linked along wi:h. m ,.r "the protection of watersheds at the 'anizatiop are Leslie and Clay, sp fliat Of State at FrauU.ori, ot ItWiNe.i!. way. My nerves heads of navigable streams" contingent 'he southeastern part qf thp state Is in. in a Fuh!i:h ; o p' v, upon the expenditure of a like sum by i fair way to be entirely covered witty were 1m bad shape I didn't Incorporators, Capital $5,000. the state. The manner in which this associations. well Are protection could be secured cenIt must be borne in mind that these M. Ckvslev, W R Wax-te"In the course of ray business Thomas tered Itself around a county fire patrol associations are purely voluntary, are r.nJ Virtjil McClure. system under which county forest composed of timberland owners, lest it was suggested to me several were appointed in various sees, etc., and are administered local times that 1 try wardens Tanlac. and I de WH.v r WOULD YOU DO? counties in the state where there was ly. The severity of the fires which Kentucky last spring, on cided to do it The first bottle A large amount of timber and also occurred in There are manv iims when one where the demands of tbe community account of the drought early in the did me a world of good, and now tHan q"s Ions a other ac io itself justified the placing of such an season, has been a decided incentive I feel as though I had a ne v lease and m0tives- - Me" act tJ'fferentlj officer. In view of the fact that a large to the formation of like associations ?Jffrrien I am glad to tell others Urfer treumtU,ce bulk of the timber of Kentucky at the in other counties, with two ideas in on life question (especially the most val- mind first, the protection of the stand-in- g how much good this remarkable present time do nsut no if you had a severe timber, and, second, organized efuable stands) is in the eastern and medicine ha.s done me, in the hope cold? Could yon do better than southeastern part of the state the coun- fort to suppress forest fires by the ty patrolmen so far appointed have punishment in court of individuals, that others may derive as much to. take Ch'mberl'in's Couch Remedy? It is highU rrccwa been largely confined to this region. who, through carelessness, neglect or benefit lrom it as I have." Up to the present time the number willfulness, have caused fires on mended by people who have used Tanlac he peering prescnp-1-.There Is every reason to of patrolmen employed during any fire it or years nd know its value, cm be obtained in Ml. Vernon, at Mrs. O. H Saient, Perun, Ind., Drugstore of Cha. C. Davis, and fi ys Uha.nberlain's Cough Rem can also be obtained at the Central tdv 's worth its weight" in gold nnur Cn t- Jui.icrcir. j, (lllll tu.. nnd 1 ta?e peasurc in recom a T ItJtkJ ' For sale by Alll mAn;n ..'.', Robins' Drue B'odhead Ky. i Deilers Much Progress Made In This Few Years Work In ft M. n ta-5gi- er We are having plenty of tain tliis week, which is bnd on peo-j)- ! eUviri . r -- W v was in .vlu Vernon one u y last wenk Spencer Abnev is contemplating on taking the stump in the interest of the Re publican party We wish him much success. G. L Pcyne and Dr J F Kir bwet- - in Wi'di Svturdiv on fd-M- u - Children Cry for Fletcher's itf:Vi it &$. Just-as-good ;ili ALWAYS 1 i- -- - !. The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his perisonal supervision since its infancy. l 'GcccJUte, Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria substitute for Castor Oil, Parea goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more titan thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - .. t iT FADEIJt M- - H. What is CASTORIA is harmless -- - it. .NV a 1 e U: biir:ii.x aiVifi.rsi -- L. Mannsig, mayor of Middlesbo. is dead. 1i je jolis voted t' r ttin her 'JtS-sb C ii- Kiileu in an auto accident in oinnati, where he was attending a dental college: Charles Wadley, of Princeton, was shot to death by Policemen ., ihe wite 01 J. GENUINE j CASTORIA ) half-hearte- d -- t I K't -- f Midd- - Bears the Signature of ( n (2L&0 The End You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMAMV NEWVOHKCITV. . -- Hopper and while er ing ane&i on h cuargeot drun ennehS. -- tim-berlan- n A Forest Fire In the Mountains .,... No Illiterac.. isuii! y jvu he observed in Ken luck) on Octotiei 31, and ministers will be aked to preach appropriate sermons Lharles B Tuley, t.on ot Dr., Henry Enos Tuley, of Louisville, was one of the midshipmen ex pelled fron Aunap-jhf.r h.zing n Miss Hatue Richardsn, well-know- JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF s - P ' LVI teacher of was drowned Ne-so- count 1 . . . when v her buggy .. ovirtu!i '.-'vJv- 1 iit 1 was fon.iug y& v. .vi,f.v.i. V5XJK&; A.. "C John . h ." li." :&W&??5&A JCtS. e FBryerj&hK "i-.i.'vr "K 7 l . "S'TU1 : 1 ?,tv-- 1 & .S'" !..,? r J?-M- tl ! 3te. 't&S-V2V5i-f.S- l &M - or, Jr. has pioruised o ployes of the Colorado Fu ad .tsBS?3SSa Iron Comnan colucdve bargain iY,K.a " irt? ing, insured by a contract signed rwcv 'i and sealed for a term ot years wm 1 .!y.--r: ck r he e - i t' .. r' js . M?&$fc?jeJ- - MEB& & 5 511 IWylfc Lvt i .K V nV Small pox have broken out in 'r?&a the Bluster neighborhood of Casey IKSSsl county, twelve cases being reporti&&ji2Y. ST"' .i.v"ed. That particulat section has i.i been quarai.teennd and scho: Is have been closid S& V&'ii'-- i , 1S: ,vj t Flour and II Feed 85c 80c Forest fires destroy thousands of dollars worth of timber every year and are largely preventable. season has averaged about twenty-fivpaid partly from federal funds and partly from state funds. These patrolmen were employed only in the season of the year during which danger from fires might be expected. This period of employment has averaged approximately two months In tbe sprlug and tbe same amount In the fall, and tbe patrolmen have been paid during the time of their appointment $2 per day for the time actually, spent by them In work. The duties of these patrolmen were to suppress and prevent forest fires, as far as they could, In the counties in which they were appointed, and also by personal contact with the people In the county to point out to them the danger from forest fires in the destruction of timber, buildings, fences and other valuable products, and also to emphasize the fact that a large per cent of the forest fires which occurred were due to causes which could havebeen eliminated with care on the part of the individuals. The work of the county wardens has been Inspected once In three weeks, as nearly as possible, by the district wardens, and the whole work has been inspected by the United States forest service. The danger season for forest fires ordinarily Is for a period of three months In the spring, Feb. 15 to May 15, and for a period of three months in the fall, Sept. 15 to Dec. 15, but the patrolmen were only under appointment and paid for the actual time during which fires might be expected because of the climatic conditions existing at the time. It was soon evident that, while the county patrolmen were accomplishing a considerable amount of effective work, nevertheless even one patrolman In each county where there was a large amount of timber would not secure the necessary amount of forest protection. Consequently the next step was to seof the timbercure the land owners by organizing associations. since it was felt that only In the event that timberland owners became finan dally Interested in the matter of forest protection of their own lands and supplemented tbe funds of the state by funds of their own to be expended In forest protective measures could a permanent good be accomplished in this direction. Under this plan the first county in tbe state to be organized was Harlan county, and the success of the Forest Protective association In this county has been so remarkable and its growth and effectiveness so continuous that it e, believe that like associations will be formed in several other counties before the danger season for fires in the fall. A strong sentiment of this character In Lewis county recently accomplished the organization of an association, and there is every probability that more associations in the immediate future will be formed, due to the same sentiment. sport but they want certain tv in their Shell. Get the Remington-UM"Arrow" and "Nitro Club" the steel lined "Speed Shells." C For Velocity to take Accuracy and their chances Sportsmen are willinjr' of "SPEED SHELLS" THe Steel Lined CASTORIA FACTS FOK SUFFRERb. Pain results from injisry or con gestion. Ae it neuralgia, rheu matish. lumbago, neuritis tooth ache, sprain, bruise, sore stiff mscles or whatever pain you have yields to Sloan's Liniment bring new fresh blood, diso'ves the con gestion, relieves the injury, the circulation is free and your pain leaves as if by magict nature of its qualities penetrate immediate ly to the sore spot Don't keep on suffering. Get a bott'e of Sloan's Lineamen. U e it. It means inbtant relief. 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The capital Invested in logging and milling operations in one year (1910) n Metallic Cartridie Ca, Rcraimton WaelworthBlds. (233 Broadway) NowYark CUr STILL HAVE SOME OF MY OLD AND SOME NEW PRICES Pure Lard, Silver Led:, 50-l- b can, $5,00 - 50-l- b can, $4.35 Compound, Pure Cane Sugar, 25-l- b sack, $J65 Pure Lard ( in littles ) - 12c pound Compound ( in littles ) - 10c pound IBS STB WaurMifrWI iHoo-- o ooo Jefferson Schools Law. do- - COME IN AND TRADE WHERE YOUR$ IS WORTH JOOc. FARMERS EXCHANGE COMPLETE TWO YEAH COURSE, was $21,381,000 and the average number of wage earners 13,042 (five times as many as are employed in the distilled liquor business, which heads the list in value of product). The number of active sawmills In Kentucky, Our nation is composed of a luxury-lovin- g according to the last census (1913), was 1,061. The railroads are one of the people, careless of cost and greatest users of timber in the United reckless of expenditure, with the lack States. The timber demanded by them of realisation what wise economy is mostly in tbe shape of crosstles, telephone and telegraph poles, material means. for car building, etc. It is safe to say, from the best figures obtainable, that If that be so, let us endeavor to over 2,000,000 crosstles were purmold our habits and desires as wisdom chased by the railroads in Kentucky : dictates, and prepare for future emer-genck- ? in 1914. Another great Industry which and opportunities and open nn is in its infancy in Kentucky, which consumes large quantities of wood account NOW in products. Is the mining industry, especially the coal mining ludustry, and It is for this reason that in the coal minof ing regions of the eastern part of the state the state forester has met with MT. VERNON, KY. the heartiest in an endeavor to suppress the forest fires. The timber used in the mines is in the form of lagging, stulls, props, ties and lumber for the construction of WMwJ3 4 tt buildings of various sorts. It Is fig!MX K53j js ured that from three to four feet, board measure, are used for each ton of coal mined. Kentucky now ranks fifth among the states in the production of coal. In 1914 over 20,000,000 tons were mined. Tbe telephone, telegraph and electric light and power companies use a large .amount of timber In tbe shape , IflT . l i of poles, posts, etc. Tis Said rreLL.i.llthTeroOeiiaOct.3. Sec. J ondterm. Jan.S. PreDtres for twrs In llrttw. AccesstoitcoorttftiidiUrco Bureau. Tuition libraries. KillTiiaTah.e. For FREE catalocueaad mncsomo tUll Duotono Etohlni of TtomwJetlerson ready to frame, irrlte. ELUOTT FEKNEBAKOt, Sec?, LtikriU, Self-hel- p 1 Kj. P Hv Conover R. S. JEET, f The Man Who Wants the Farmers Trade , Dentist MT. VERNON, KY i- - v Fron tRooins over Baker's Phone 49-S. tore 9 BETHUR.UM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices STOMACH TROUBLE FOR The Bank Mt Vernon in Bethurum Bldg. X J 2 S ' r I'ii FIVE YEARS I decided I mm Majority ! 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