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Established ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10 1915 I NUMBEE 13 I ft, ' 9 1 I 3 a - 'WSsiWHMHJHlHKSH ui wCL,igHiiffi ionsrjH rawsirsflWKSSBM "srwfe., i,;i5ssa " AfJfX WT v fcC 5'7WjrWMMmW0 sri kmsmmMsmmmvf-mak:y X.TiHHBi 9 i I u rM, ' 1? M- . iff m FMmt wSmm - ti) ,iLI Iff I . r Is-- I 1 jjr m 1a s & IkJ n isH S he iriot off theVar uj went to Ihe pump house wheie there was much water. Alter he had dipped himself in the pme waters- of Rounditone, picked the coke and coal out ot his hair and teard nd - lin, the L. & N. Wato - Inspector combed his hair, he sallied sick. Mrs. Thomas Argenback orignt is visiting relatives m was here Wednesday and inform- to the depot where we met biin Atlanta, Georgie. Mr. and Mrs. ed u- that he was binding on looking one hundied ver ce .t. V. C. Carpenter have returned neutral territory and that lie better, and it was :hcn th .ve. from a few day visit in Greenville would not take .sides with either. knew him and went out and nut a . vlr viatet"rni Alabama. ,Mr. and Mrs. S elf Bu we te talk wuh luni. Had he gone Carter have returned home after ni'iuher ihe kis of Judas, iv ut-b- on in tns nrt pliirlu nun.-- would a few days visit wuh reativQs is oiiu'Mimij; nave known ill it ur old frit id itvi ti'ai mm r ooston. Born to the wife of i. rotten in Denmark, rto look out, .vldret natt been to see us It W. Catlin on the 5th, a line 10 something is going to drop. grieves u to the heart to huve to pound boy. Chiistened John WilIt seems that nothing but a tell this but we do it in self liam Todd Catlin. Ike is stepbo we will say no more at scrap will satisfv ur triend, Mr. ping high and singing the followpresent and will be quiet in the Maret after we have begged and ing Verses: plead with him with tears in our future unless our old friend wishFire off the biggest cannon eyes, he has gone on and hurled es to shoulder arms and declare And shoot the biggest pun, ibis darts of malice in our face war again. If so we staud rewdy If thev ask j'ou what's the matter He goes on in the SiONAuand in the line of battle, and will trv Say I am daddy of a son. claimed that when we heard that to defend oursulf at any cost. he was in town we hid under a Now, if the gentleman is ready to Oh, don't it make me happy, of coal. Now, as Mr. Maret m.ikv'peac'e &nd will meet Us with And its can't you give me joy, car 11 i has started the ball to rolling, we a g of truce we will submit, but To think that I'm the pappy will give it a kick We had pui if not we will carry the war even Of a bouncing baby boy. our best foot f rward and had into theeueoi's camp. J C. Mize Mr. J. W. Terry, who has been given the Boone Way booster a who was once a citizen ot our located here for some time as good send off, bu wj will tell it county, and who lixes at presne in Ir Western Union Lineman, has oc i. ntn?i11 nnf ii rr.-r!nrt Indiana, left Tuesday for his moved his family to Corbin. Mrs came in on a freight train in a car' adopted home W M. O'Dell, who has been sick 0f coke with two h'bnes, and for some time, is slowly improv- - Wht-- the train stopped and ihey mg. Mrs. J. H. Browniug, May- - all them 1 wood, has returned homp sfter a i,.ugot off, everxone sUpi-oFOR FLETCHER'S . i..i-,i,k... few days visit with relatives here. one was old friend Maret. After n I Mrs. J. D. Catlin, of Lebanon, John Durham lias fever. R Baker, of London, 'felled his reg Ky. is visiting her son, I. W. Cat-hat tins place.- - Mrs. W. M. ular appointment at the Christ ian church Saturday and Sunday Pallas has returned home aftera - A little child of Mr. and Mjs vew days visit with "elatuvs at Alvin Argenbright has been ver I Lebanon Junction. S. C. Frnk - - e de-dens- e. i n - -- i.,.,-.,r- wi Children Cry OASTO Rl A fe S 1 1 H g JL JL JL J A 1 JL JLtA AT THT STORE SUITABLE FOR EVERYBODY. REA Cuff and Ear Drop ',n Irx3 f LJ vy I JB1T7T I m ii ll AS GIFT There has never been to-d- ay showi. in this town such beautiful presents, yet reasonable prices. Come let us show y ou or send us your MAIL ORDER. and hflNFRF te- -4 IT dT Wj 1T 3 tpft F S3 . Vl & THfg Jewelry Sloshing TOYS Waist Pins Men's Suits Boy's Suits Overcoats Ladies' Suits Ladies Coats inery Linen Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Box 1 0c tp $ I ocarrs Ladies' Kid Gloves Men's Kid Gloves Suit Cases LiT H A!1BFULLY fe ML HWii n Tie Clasps Lingerie Clasps Bib Holder Iron Banks Animal Banks Sewing Sets TOYS King Pop Guns Chairs Rockers Two Big .Retail Stocks to Close PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. Blocks Telephones Flannel Horses Book Marks Cross Pocket Punch Bag House Sewing Sets Manicure Sets Desk Sets Rattlers Stoves BAKER'S BIG POPULAR Mutt & Jeff Bank Coon Jigger PRICE STORE of the PEOPLE. I t f Jumping Toys Nail Files Letter Openers Knife & Chain Case Bracelets Necklaces Lavalliers Tea Sets Colored Balls Hand Bags Trunks Shoes Hosiery Cap Pistols Flash Light Camera Cumbac Toy Spiders Doll Houses Wheel Barrows Doll Buggies Mechanicai Toys All Ready for Christmas With the Grandest Stocks of allKinds of Merchandise WeHave Ever Shown, Rubber Bubble Never-Sto- p Jumping An Entire Building Filled With Mesh Bags Lockets Guard Chains Watch Chains Silk Vest Chains Silk Fobs Solid Gold Rings" Purses Hats and Caps Neckwear Shirts Rain Coats Boy Scout Watches and Harps Toy Napkins HOLIDAY GOOD Santa Clause Headquarters. An Entire Building For Pearl Pin Holders Fountain Pens Bath Robes Rugs Towels v Knife, Fork & Spoon Santa Claus Mask Shaving Outfit Go Carts Miraor, Comb, Brush Books, bound Candles, Wagons Work box Pianos, Trunks Watches and Clocks Millitary Brushes Hat Brushas Desk Sets Smoking Sets 2XS Tool Chests 2SXXZ2X2 SUTTON & McBEE 1 3S2DO:2S H "gyy We havent space to mention but a few of our We Sell FURNITURE FURNITURE and Every Thing Else LOWER Than The OTHER FELLOW. big t t tVg LEADERS IN LADIES'AND GENTS' FURNISHING, XMAS ARTICLES Too Busy to Write Advertisements. Figure for your own in. terest, and Come to il LoiijGrsleisi Mrl Jarrett, the spoke man, from Richmond, was here Tuesday. W. H. Cottongim was in Covington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T; Singleton have returned from a visit to relatives io Laurel . county. Mesdames T. R. Mink and Mary Elliott were in London Tuesday. -- A. P. Lemaster makes a trip every Sunday to Mt. Vernon. There is some attraction t h ere. Bet we can g uess ! Mrs. Jane 'Owens, of Mt. Vernon, is' Visiting relatives here GB Griffin is on the sick list M iso JSthel Hayes has returned from a few days visit to relatives 'k-- J' at Cincinnati. C. J. Rice, who The Livingston basketball team has had a very painful ankle played Wildie a game Saturday raused by a sprain, is able to lay with tfKcbre of 12 to 4 in favor of his crutches aside. Judge L. W. the v Livingston boys. The Bethurumand Atty E.R.Gentry Federal authorities weie here of Mt Vernon, were hete on bus- Monday and took three boys iness Tuesday. Little Ava Grif- from our place. We will give defin has been very sick for a few tails later. -Mr. T. B Lair, of Mt.days but is better at this time. Vernon, was here Monday visiting J. P. B Drummond and John his daugher.Mrs. J. W. Mullins. Clark are in Cincinnati this week. A small boy of Mr. and Mrs. 9 BAKER'S r MT. VERNON KENTUCKY . 1 x r -J 1 "H.-av :- J i j "H 1if 71iei, 'fe & "&K(l&X - J -"- -' ""J ril'MllMl IIMBII ! ! ' ML VlfiNON SIGNAL Friday, Deo. 10, 1915 -- the Rich !, Parsons in j V: Considerable complaint has farm, including M. G. Fish; tficnci That is the Way Robert Mob-le- y CLUB NOTES. Published e'viry Friday by to Z. T. Proctor, inculdine Dim; 'eon nwine because of the fact Reposes Confidence in SPECIAL REDUCED FARES VIA ' at the present board of ttustees thence to Richard Earley's, in .EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Tanlac In our last report we were eluding him; thence with the road I Mir town saw fit to raise the the fact that space for a RBUTES $I.O from Richard Earley's by Oakj ..l of tu.vutum for 1U15, and the OVif YBR Louisville, Ky., Dec. 9, 1915. UBSCKIPTHI library was not available, but that Hill church to the forks of the reason io.r their doing so is easilv Robert Mobely, who is probably problem has been solved Mr. Tickets on Sale the oldest restaurant proprietor maue know (7 I Oat! UBIUW 2. VJ. JUUW , IUCUV.C explained. Four of the present Advertising rates & I7f with the road by Tom Lear's, in- board were appointed to fill the Baker has donated, free of charge in this ci intere-tm- g mad in application d Retumirg to reach original starting point before Midnight Go rooms of cluding him; thence with same unexpired time of other trustees, one of the large statement recently regarding the January 10th, 1916. Ask any Ticket Agent for Particulars rnadtoJ. At. Lear's, including they having resigned because of his store to' be used as a public benefits he had obtained through W.A BECKER, General Passenger AgentClNClNNATI,0. ; him; thence to the old Bob Lear the fact it was unlawful for them library. The room has been put the use of Tanlac. He said: mi readiness and the library will farm including It; thence to Rob to both hold the trusteeship of the member OP "any man or woman, who is KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ert Dickson's including him; town and graded school. When ioon be open to the public. It is now suffering as I was, is verv hoped that everv one will consider foolish to go on suffering when thence to C. H.York, including the present board took charge o) their duty to make the library to Zack York's, in- - the affairs it was found that the it Tanlac can be had him; thence movement a surcess, ard that in eluding him; thence to T. B. town owed a uote of $650.00, with "For the past few years I have including htm; thence to $7g.oo interest, and some other in- he near future we ma have a not enjoyed the very best ot health Mink, oodlibrat3. I was not real sick but I was in a the old Dave Sigmon farm, in- - debtedness, and the rate of taxa Below is Miss McCord's 'etterof highly nervou rundown condition cludiug it; thence to John Huff, ion was raised in order to liqui n date the indebtedness which esisna'ion. Thi. wi'l he taken and rouMn't sler p well at nights Frankfort. Ky.. Dec. 6th 'I, including htm; thence including up at the next club meeting Each done. The town does not and "I had that tirccion have fought the good fight; I have all the lands of the Conway suriwe a dollar, so far as we haw member is expected to be present: was weary of everything most of finished the cturse; I have kept vey, South of the lands belonging to Prof. Smith; thence to A. M. been able to learn. We don't wair 'Greetings to the Members of the the time. the faith. myone to think that we are crui Woman's Club of Mt Vernon : "My blood did not seem to cirSexton's, the beginning. James H. McCreary. the board that borrowed cising 'Dear Friends : I do hereby culate properly, and I felt chillv S. F. BOWMAN. Att. "December 6, i9io." Cleik. the 650 00, for that v is only a re ender tc you my resignation as and all out of sorts, especially County Court majority of men relish good, The entry on the executive raainder of an amount spent foi president of the club. with a change of the weather. journal written in the Governor's COUGHS AND COLD3 ARE che best and most useful impiove ' As you know, I have many fresh, bread and miss keenly "Some days ago I learned of own hand marks the record of the DANGEROUS - this Tanlac, and the work the our town is now enjo ment that ,imes tried to nave you confer thilast executive act of his adminisFew of us realize the danger of mg. At a meeting of the boaro honor upon when compelled to eat ordinary bread. fome other member of medicine is doing convinced me coughs and cjlds. Wo consider tration. ast week the rate wa; cut half u he club. time has come when I that to give Complete confidence comes to the It was in the early twilight af- tbem common and harmless ail wo and fifty cents taken off tt. liope you The grant mv request. 1 got aI ought of it I it a trial I will took a dose bottle ments. However statistics tell ter the executive offices had been poll tax. On January 1st the tu who uses the Morning Star shall be away from Mount Vernon of the medicine right away and cleared of a host of pardon seek- its every taird person dies of a board will take charge of affairs or some time. It is my earnest another duse at night. ting ailment. Dangerous bron That Flour in her bakings, confidence when ers, who haw beset the Governor chial and lung diseases follow a vitliout any indebtedness to bin Jesire that the one who is .so ably night I slept tine and the next for a week, that he walked into neglected cold. As your bod Jer their progress Those she buys, for every sack is guaranteed wi.i loing the work ol President should morning I felt fine. the office of Assistant Secretary siruggles against cold germs, no sicked because the town was to give satisfaction, confidence when she bakes tr ilso have the title and the honor "My nerves are now as steady better aid can be bad than Dr. ot State Charles J. Howes. ing to get out of debt will doub for Morning Star Flour never goes wrong, but ''I cannot close without assur as can be. I feel vigorous and in King's New Discovery. Its mer Writes His Farewell. goes ftytht-- r than usual iioui by making more its have bean tested by old ant less feel that they ought to b ng you of my sincere appreciation good spirits. Tanlac is unlike Mr. Howes wished the Govern- young. In use over 45 years icked for kicking. The subject if the loyal c loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the ration vvhich the anything I ever have used. I beor many years and mote honors. Get a bottle to day. Avaid the f kicking reminds us of an artic.t nembers of the clnb have given lieve it will help anybody who mixing, and kneading, and produces the most The Governor did not reply for a risk of serious lung ailments .e read, the title being, "Knockei satislyihg bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves ne during the years I have tried will give it a fair trial like I did. moment but after looking around Druggists. Against Booster," which follows; 10 serve as your president, and ot I cannot express too much faith with crusts delicious and tender, and there is the room, said: "I want to write M. H. SMITH When the Creator had made ail ny continued interest in all the in sue a medicine." least waste from stale ends and dry crusts, for something in your Journal." Baltimore, Md., Nov. 20. Milood things, there was still mor. work of the club. bread made from Morning tstnr Flour k eps fresh Tanlac. the premier prepara Mr. Howes gave him a pen and ton H. Smith, president of the work to do, so he made the beast an-- tion, is sold in Mt. Vernon, at the longer than other. It permits ot baking more "Though I cannot now be a seat at the desk, and after mu Louisville & Nashville, according ind reptiles and poisonous in .ctive member, 1 want, by the drugstore ot Chas. C. Davis, and loaves at a time and less often, thereby saving in ment's hesitation the Governor to hospital authorities, underwent work, fuel and care. sects; and when he had nnishec layment of ray dues, to retain can also be obtained at Livingston wrote the words quoted. this afternoon an operation for .ne still had some scraps that wen r.embei'ship Until you have tried Morning Star Flour ou at the Central Drug Co., and at in the club. "I think that answers it," he kidney trouble with success'. He too bad to put into the rattle will never know a perfect flour. suc- John Robin's Drugstore, Brod-hea"Wishing for you a most remarked. is resting comfortably suake, the hjena. the scorpioi cessful year, I am Ky. the Governor admit and his condition is favorable. aid the skuuk, so he put these to "Cordially Yours, ted he is tired and "done' Mr. Smith was carefully treatether, coered it with suspicion, "ROSEMcCord. He will spend tomorrow night ed bj' the urological staff of the vrapped it m jealousy, marked ii "Cold Spring Harbor, in the mansion after the Inaugu- John Hopkins Hospital for aboui vith a yellow stieak and called n One good farm in Rockcastle Long Island. ration ceremonies and will leave a week pryor to the operation. .1 and auother tract of 350 acres of knocker. This product wassc "Nov. 16, i9t5." on the 10 o'clock train for hi, Dr. Young, who was to have tearful 10 contemplate that he hac The next iegul.r me'ing will wild laud, which will be sold at a home in Richmond. His friends the operation, is still ill, to make something to. counteract ike place Fiiday, Dec 18th. at 3 bargain. There is enough timber there have prepared a home-coand another specialist was called. it. so he took a." sunbeam and 1 also on the" land to pay for it pui VcUick p; m. ing celebration in his honor and According the physicians, Mr. in the heart .f a child, and tht have a good sawmill located near a hundred of them will entertain Smith is in no immediate danger. The Art v'ommitiee will ae orain ot a man, and then wrappea the abovt described land. This him with a banquet Wednesday It is believed that he will be able hirge of the program. these iu civic pride, covered u mill is also lur at a big barnight 1x1 the Masonic Temple. On the second Friday of e ch gain. to return to his home as soon as with brotherly love, gave it a masl the incisions are healed. The of velvet, and a grasp ot sieei, uonth, for the UMiiiim-'e- r f,'ht The above me. lioned farm con ROCKCASTLE physicians would not give out made it a lover of lrtend ana lubvear, an rt pograni will b Mts of 15 acres, 25 acres in cultiCOUNTY ORDER. details. manly sporis, a be endored. The foil, wing sue ih vation, has two houses and two dowers and v. o - v. . iever in equality and justice, auii irograms : barnes, 250 young fruit trees, It having become necessary u Croup Relieved in Art Programs fou called it a booster." And evei tood well and plentv of stock the opinion of the Court, that ac Woman's luR wa er. There are about 4o acres . since these two men were, niurtui Fifteen Minutes cording to Section I443 of the Am cultivat-- d man has had the privilege 01 of this lend winch can be Su"j'cr, "Iod rn !ll!l-- . Xonccd to dose delicate little stomachs Kentucky Statute, to crpate a with nauseous drugs or alcoholic ?vrups. choosing his associates, and wt with any kind 01 machinery. i A tst Program: Mrdem It Villi'. " new precinct at Wildie. It i& Simply rub a little Vick's Good wire fence around most of Salve over the throat and cJest. Theva- - are very sorry that we havea'feV aper, "Florenine Art and Kromt tl phone ordt-rordered by the Court that said pors inhaled loosen the tough, choking citizens in our town that belong tt ' A r tists " is S pai b s the land. This land is located on phlegm and ease the difficult breathing. 1. c precinct be, and is hereby estabI cue knockers. J. S. Jjul'e, 01 Sand'hill, seven miles South of One application at Later Italian Art" insures lished and allowed by the Court. night's sleep. 25c, bedtime$1.00. a sound Jrab Orchard, was in town Thurs 50e, or o Mrs. Cleo Brown Mt. Vernon. If sold at once will o o .o --. Said precint is to be known as WW day ot last week on business. re go at a bargiin. SALVE rred Sowder has accepted a travel- Roll Call. Each member to Wildie Precinct and No. 13, with The wild lands above mentioned pond vith the nam- of one of the voting place at Wildie and with are located on Long branch, near position with Otter & Co., ol vcrld's famous art naileries ing SICK HEADACHE boundary as follows Livingston, ky. This land will Louisville, and is now calling on Sick headache is nearly always Second Program : French Art Beginning at A. M. Sexton's be sold'at a bargain, and when I the merchants. Fred is one ot tht including him; thence East to caused by disorders of the stom-ich- very best boys in our town, ana e'reiich Animal Painters (Rosa say bargain, I mean just what I Correct and the pe Hacker Rucker's including dim; rfodic attacks ol them headache wil .ve feel that this firm could haw Bonheur) ..'..Mrs. John Brown say. it you are interested asic tne sick thence to the Thomas Bullen (de disappear. Mrs. John Bishop, of selected no better man to look French Landscape fCorot) . price, vou will be astonished when Qui line of t ut h l akets attei coased) farm, including it; thence Roseville. Ohio, writes: "About a Gbeir interests iu these parts, ano Mrs. W. J. Sparks you learn how cheap this land can is unexcelld to (he lands 0 R. H. Lewis, in- year ago I was troubled with indi- ve certainly wish him much sue viiUetard His school. Mrs. Albright e bought. There is enough lor Hand-mad- e Dtlins lurnisl cluding it; thence to Alfred Alex gestion and had sick headacne cess B. C. Andersou,of Garrard Roll Call Famous pictuies by wo god farms and will be divid that lasted for two or three day-a- t ander's, including him; thence to ll rse sen' ; all j arts d it desired. E'er further infor a time. I doctored and tried . county, attended a meeting ol ihb French artists. the farm known as the Fred Spi-ar- s number of remedies but nothing citizens' bank directors Thursday tnaiion address it County Third Program : Att of the farm, now owned by J. C. helped me until during one o of last week, and was the guest 01 R. h. McFERRON, Netheilands. Bullen, including it and J. C. those sick spells a friend advised Mr. aud Mrs W. H. Anderson AH orders by Wire Promptly Filled Mt. Vernon, Ky. Bullen's uoper farm, including me to take Chamberlain's Tablets while here. We failed to meution The School of ubens and' Van . relieved .Mrs. Conover Dyck it: thence to T. L. Bnllen, includ-in- This medicine For sale me inala inat. Miss Mary Proctor attended For Sauk: Choice extracted by short time." Landscape Artists of Holland him; thence a straight line dealers. honey thiijk, well ripened, clear the luneral oi her aunt, Mrs. Ora Miss Stewart M T. VERNON, KY. Phone 94-from the.residence of T. L.BulIen L Proctor, at Stanford last week. aud delicious flavor. Price 9c Rembrandt and the Portrait to a house kuown as the HenderMr. and Mrs. R. L. Collier, of Mrs Jett per pound, in . 60 pound cans. Painters son house, where Mason Ang'm request. Address Crab Orchard, were in town a few Roll Call. The name of one of Sample on and Wade, at McA'ester. Okla. new lives, on the lands of W. T. J. T. CLEMONS, J,. D the Dutch masters. hours during the week. J. L. Niceley was in Livingston Hicks, including same; thence Morgan, Ky. Ross and his sister-in-laMartha An exclusive nmslc school with the road toward Climax up Opens September 7tti. n Tuesday and Wednesday on busiFourtu Program : English Art. Reference. Farmers Bank, Denny, were married last SaturIn Piano. Voice, ness. Thomas Lawrence returned Violin. Organ.'Cello. Public the Gathff hill to the lames Gat-lif- f Morgan, Ky. ....Mrs. Betburum School Jluslc. Theory. day. Mrs. J. R. Cass was called Reynolds Languages, classes In last Thursday from a six months farm, owned by W T Hicks, History or lluslc. Ensemble Gentry Landseer 10 Stanfoid Sunday on account-o- f Playing and Sight Reading, Well, the nice autumn weather stay in 111. and ind. bimeon including it and all the lands diplomas Issued. Artist andboth Tnealsnri1nKtnim.nt.l the serious illness of Master Jas Turner Miss Brs.dley L. &N. EXCURSION RATES. still continues. student rfecltai Art The farmers ones is here irom North Dakota ormltory for rlrls. South 01 it that belo gs to W. T. Uiiiiiil CtittrriUrr Tuition low. For catalog address Burner Hilton. We understand-tha- t Roll Call. Quotations from the t! rliilcCi01f.LmiiTHlf. Kf. ttound trip to Frankfort $2.90, have been blessed with fine wea for a few days visit to his father Hicks; thence to Alex Maness, in- Chamberlain's be is better now. Elder R., English artist and writers, John Dec 6th and 7th, limited Dec. 9tb, ther for corn gathering, etc. Cough Remedy and Misses Dessie Thompson cluding him; thence to Joe AdB. Baker, of Fariston, held servi- Ruskin. The Mother's Favorite. Wm. Hnrst and R. H. Brown Ethyl Davis were the guests of account Inauguration of Governor ams. Abe .Branaman farm, inwere in Somerset Monday on busi- Mr and Mrs. Edd Brown Satur"I give Chamberlain's Cough ces at the Christian church Sunot Kentucky, Dec. 7th. Program : German Art. Fifth cluding it; thence to W. S. day evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. ness. Mrs. Mary E. Hurley has day night and Sunday. Remedy Mrs. .Mrs. Anna Miller including him; thenc they have to myor children when O. Yadon are rejoicing over the Durer Round trip to Lexington $2 45, returned from a month's visit to George Lawrence was very sick a colde coughs," writes with ihe coal bank ridge road to Mrs. Verne Shaffer, Vandergrift, arrival of their first born, a girl. Later Religious Art jn Germany., C. V. Price Dec. 2nd and 3rd, limited Dec 6th, friends at Science Hill. Misses few days last week. Miss Newberry the bead of the Happy Hollow; Pa. It alwavs helps them and is Elder A J. Pike held services at was in Mt. Vernon, Mondav, ou account Kentucky Mining Insti- Alva a.nd Kate DeBord spent the a'. Plockhorst cough med the Baptist church Sunday evenC. E Mullins. the thence to the lands of Hayes Clark superior to any-oth- er s business. tute. latter part of last week with icinel qeve used. I advise any popular groceryman, was through Hof.ruaun including bim; tnence to the lands b. at Catron. Ky. M E Bur- here first of the wtek.-- C R. need of such a to ing. Mr. aud Mrs. A. T. Furnish c. Bodenhausen otT. A. Coffey, including him; one in a trial." For medicine all were in Mount Vernon between" Beginning Sunday, Nov. 21, ton, give it safe by Jr . was In London'tor a few Candler, of Somerset, was the thence to Louis McGuire, includ druggists. Roll Call." Names of German 1915, train No. 23 will be due at hours Mondav. Little Woodrow euest of Mr. and Mrs. W F. De trains Sunday. Dr. E. J. Brown, ; ing him; thence with the county 11.48 a m. instead ol 11 39 a.m. Mullins has returnod to Ocala Bord from Saturdav untU Monof Stanford, was here a fewjiours" artists.- - repular road down the creek to the ford HELP YOUR LIVER IT PAYS Saturday. Dr. M. K. Penning- . Sixth Program : American Art. and train No 22 will be due 5.07 after a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. I day Rev. Hall, Hilled hi flhnnnl When your liver gets torpid nnnninlmant at Rnrnatt'c opposite or at Tack Langford's; p.m. instead of 5.04 p.m. Ora Brown s2nrd,v night and Snndavr: ton, 01 London, is here for a week Growth and Developmenrof and your stbmache O.J. Mullins.-M- iss thence with the county road leaoS take Dr. King's Newacts" queer, doing dental work. County Atot her sister, Mrs. jameS Vanhook has his dwelling was the guest 'Lite Pills American Landscape... mg to Mt. Vernon, to the forks of and you will find yourself feeling torney Gentry was in town WedEugene McWilliaras at Bee Lick, almnst completed Kreuger Mrs. FOR FLETCHER'S tba road at thence better. They purify the biood, nesday. M. Brown, the prosSaturday nignt. W. E. Thomas J. Krohn .;v-Mi- ss with the county road toward Wil- give you ireedom from constipa- perous merchant of Broughton French Influence. ".':.';. Miss has bought a grist reillQand will Jtfftrson "School Estep die to Theard Parson's, including tion, billiousness, dizziness and towti, was in town on buisiness English Influence son have it in running order indigestion. You feel rjne Mrs Ab. Sparks Whistler.. bim; thence to Mose McNew's in- like you want to feel. Clear just Wednesday For Sale: Oh account of poor do Mrs. 3. v miim ifTig11U YEAR OOUB8E.Be i two Uncle Joe Purcell is home place the . ..," Mrs. .Nicely health I have decided tr. sell my i odcbs Oct. 3. ot T.T.JI- cluding bim; thence to layette complexion too. 25c at druggists very sick and is not expected to Sargent . . Preeare for ban la -rafuiext: Itoi hn tx mu4 trai. Jn.sTT Brown has Mrs. Mullens ... Brown. . . . ititeUa. AeeesatoltcosrtMadttari TaHlott Restaurant om Main street, near Ttacker.'s. including him; thence oghter UbnrML. Mr. and Msit tq her live but a short time. raji&P(iafc.e.FsrraxXleveB v -i'Mv lavorite picture Roll Call Bsstoaa JBUsMmq invoice t Gold Burdetrs including bim; "Sl& Vernon; .Hot Cherrv were here esdame.0 .A aud R: Fnc ramtlCiU fo-J- . fc. Pre wTtcV -- iuei and why." E. J ANDERSOtf, rUK FLETCHER'S about $350": ttyttfa at Juteihjirg, Colo.,d soms tiam iroi Crafefwrhard Sunday with . 'eluding hiril; thence with the road running: through M. u. lash's i 3redMgLd. 33 rehi.iv s Mrs J M JUL '" w ng her daughter," Mrs Wa Smith, at I 'ran Orchard irom ter Friday until Sunday. Cannot Express Too Much Faith 1 LOW RATES for the CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS QUEER I CRESCENT i I Dec. 18, 23, 24 25 up-staj- rs i N I c ha-bee- with me and have some of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR OME home to dinner FLOUR The tasty it woman co-op- -- d, to-nig- To-nig- ht FOR SALE Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated C. T. RIDDLE BRODHEAD, KY. pei-form- m f s-d- e 1 - . - "Vap-O-Rub- -- .- tl s yiCKSAfi jc&:ag; :- - - to-wi- t: e. I UNDERTAKES 1 Sfc-- - g W. A. COX, S louisiflle ConserrMuj KMusic ls w, rbSlHi liar-mon- r. Lvl reeFi ... Ir-- " JBian-aman-- s, lela-tive- "-.- it Gene-Taylor- s; Children Cry .gLiw. T" a Okildren Cry d 1 lrs.-wT.-Tho- 1 RIA rft j. . .- s I C"-tty-: ; -V t- J -- 1" ,'A YiA')i?,SESF5.8S3i V-- - -- : - A VI I 79 bers at rfut'on &lcBee'. Get your ijiistuja: pi events at Mt Vjsbxon Ky Dec 10, ivi5 Drummond's "store, Livingston, tap "No- - 79" wne-toCommuxi w'H cnt wltn SIUINAI John B. Cummins and W H. Carmical are assessing West and East Mt. Vernon precincts re- VLIVII X! blblNAL Walver Shoes R Fmlfa'u'm!l''m'maa'&'B''maammmiaiMmmeMmmmmmmaaaiand Ball Band - 1!2.-- : rl. ,. . -- -. - 79 Two Different Effects quality of food is very largely determined by the inThe v i$Amil & l 1 LouisviLtc Nashville R R.Co. isaveiy spectively. Rev. Barb, who is conducting the revival at the Baptist church, 1 I Every One Buying Gifts for Men, Young Men or Boys, Should Remember That m .. TIME TABLE. '1 liortn.. 5.o7pm Useful articles that are beauti '2i nortn 3:6 a m ful, and beautiiul articles that are 23 south II:48 a ro useful, will be on sale at Fish's 12:13 a m store Saturday Dec. 11th by La- I South Tas. Landrum, Agent, dies of the Christian Church -- fluent speaker and is having large crowds to hear him tartar baking powders, sueh as Royal, add only healthful qualities to the food. The cream of with which gredients in the baking powder it is made. Cream of PRESENTS for EVERYBODY Fish's Prices Fit Every Purs LET US SHOW YOU Belts Bill Books -- j of Royal Baking Powder as used in food has tartar Don't tnvtrat ti ka,a,. l. couducted by the members of the ntered at the lit Vernon, Ky. PostoEce stcond-ciasChristian Church at J. Fish's mail matter. as store, Saturday, Dec. i ith. Every one is asked to contribute PERSONAL B t'hOnS NO. 8. derived. On the other hand, evidence digestive system as the cream of tartar in grapes, from whicn it is the same wholesome effect on the J Creek section, died " Wednesday. The deceased came to this county There is on baking, Jett went from North Carolina, several powder' labels which names all tl to Louisville Monday for a few years ago, and has made many ingredients. Read and let il f days. friends since coming to the counguide you. J. W. Rider was in Louisville ty. Monday buying tools to use on W A. Cox boupht nf C. C. ROYAL BAKING POWDER COjj . the pike. Williams a large part of the land New York iV. J. DeBord, ot the Walnut adjoining Elm wood Cemetery Grove section, was here Wednes- which he will divide into burial day on business. lots and offer for sale. Mr. Cox-wil-l lay off the lots, mark driveMrs. H T. Young returned Tuesday night from a week's visit ways and walks. to relatives at Lexington. R. L. McFerron has bis grist Roy Messingale of Williams mill and feed crusher about ready burg, was the guest of Miss Ris-si- e for business. Mr, McFerron has McFerron, Sunday afternoon. built a splendid U' struct VI5COKSIN, A C. Loviugs who left this ure on old Main; has installed II s I f r V- -' 5tj county several years ago, and has two engines and expects to run been livipg in Iowa, has returned. every day. Buckwheat flour will Mesdames C. C. Williams. Cleo be one of his productions. Brown and E S Albright spent THE CIVIC LEAGUE. Monday and Tuesday in Tl e Civic League will hold its 8 BAMV1UK last meeting before the holidays ;I I r INDIAN.Aran Mr. and Mrs. Jones Proctor, of on Friday VAiKCIMKATIfsT - -night, at seven o'clock, x f r . .. .1 Richmond, were with Mr. and A IBOINI i .S at the court house. Several Mrs. S. 13. Ramsey during the MISSOUFVI vTCT"V ( speakers are on the program and weok. an interesting and helpful meeting Asher Cummins, who came n is anticipated CAUCUS home last week from Dover, J. W. Rider has his engine, on fenn , sick, shows no improvethe ground, and not later than ment. next Monday will be heard the Mr. W. J. Sparks came in from Louisville vesterd,ny and re- whistle blowing and the first mile ported hi daughter. Miss Hess, of Dixie Highway m Rockcastle deciderily improved. He thought vl' be actually begun. Mr Rishe would lv ablf to come hotnp der says he will have his first two and a quarter miles completed bv tomorrow. -against Spring, unless the winter TAlAA-l Mr. and Mrs. H C. Gentry, "CT WV ic an extra severe one. C vX!Nv who will nlehrate th ir golden toOISlAI Vi'c-njswedding n Tuesday, DPCPmer Si? or Rici f Mon14th, request their friends e ad- day for Mt. Vernon to open a resvised that thev will be expected taurant in that town. Signor n v f to come a')out 1 o'clock Ricci has had many year- - experi- Mr. and Mrs. A. B Furnifthence in tne restaurant business v-- ; 1 MIAHI U, . WL left Tuesday for Rnrboursville, and knows how to give his cuswherp thpv will make their home tomers the hest service. He is a DIXIE HIC2HWAY while Mt. Furnish is dojnsr the good citizen as well and we regret frradimr for the new railroad from to lose him, vet wish him well in. his new home. Mt, Vernon peoBarhoursville to ManchetPr. ple will find his restaurant first Mr. and Mrs. . T. Gentry were hi re from Lebanon IimrMon Has. (Pantapraph. FIELD SECRETARY lat wpci v?:,inor r"iat've Tpv TIip rr'es nthe corn and ' will hi h Pxt TnesHay to pniiifLims wh"eh haw been oi tend thp rplebration of the I 1 display in Fish's window for of 'he golden wedding of soirtf tw' will ip awarded Next Mr Gentrv" parents. Mr. nnd " sda' If yiMiVrt t ot have Mrs H C Gpntry nr -- t oar of corn or .hraviest A VI ,O iVll pumpkin in thevmdow you had LOCAL -- James day. Mr. and Mr. R. S. Ma ret js in Louisville to- Decatur - Duck, of the Line with alum or phosphate baking powders . that objectionable eral residues exist in food it is in min- mad it Caps CSristmas Cards and Booklets Coat Sweaters Combination Sets Cuff Links Neck Wear in Holiday Boxes Kid Gloves for men and women $1 and $ J.50 5c to 50c Handkerchiefs all kinds 25c up 25c up 25c up .5c up 50c up 50c up 25c up 25c up ill1 mis? kn" N 6?JJ m two-stor- y iUir t PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY for EVERY FOOT We have just opened the Biggosl Line o Watches and Christmas Jewelry ever Shown in Mt. Vernon and they are priced reasonable because we Sell for Spot Cash and Smaller Profits than Other Stores where they Charge it. Corae in while you are looking around and see what a little cash wiil do here. H""' iLl-lHO'- The Store With the Chistmas Spirit. ABKSIH!SSvHHIKiKivSSwE?icv&r iwiiSc? 'r.- - nt.rtip V -- 1 .'' fawf V 200 z JffKOTSesBPBBBORSSrtBaS i ijtiJUZ - 3 Jtl am vrcJfeSSSgsS3s s taA ctsi p r S h a iter & &1 3 Jt i ' h Ji ws SiamwGaSSSs OITFITTERSFOR FATHER AND THS BOYS vVHO STARTED THE WAR. JJ A.A dL The following story illustrate "who started the war;" "Two men were engaged to rob a gravt ol a newlv buried person and c d so. Thev were paid part of the money in advance and while on the way bark to the medical college with the corpse tdey stopoec at a saloon to spend part ef then easy made money. They stood the corpse up against the bar with a hat pulled down over his fact. Soon they were so full they forg-- t their errand and staggered out, leaving the bill unpaid aud tbe corpse still leaning up against the bar. STGBVESJTHEBSST RESULTS. I I .ypH.T. TFTADE LL ICALLY g life m o 1 or sx Xl, THSONIAN MARK. CORRECT 1 BNv TRUSS HOLDS JN ANY W.S5GILBREATH u A POSITION. 'r anm-versar- v ilGHWAY The bartender vas ie r y 1 1 Ou VERNON High top boots. at low prices at Fish's. Big line of watches and jewelry at Fish's. Leave your order for Xmas flowers at Fish's today. Go to Sutton & McBee for all kinds of Christmas goods. First showing of Xmas toys Monday at Drummond's store, Livingston, Ky. better burn. Fish's will give in nerchandise for. the 'best and most re rfect ear of corn "and SI in merchandise for the heaviest pumpkin shown tnat day. Langdon News Thursday afternoon a meeting of the Mother's Ulub was held at Langdon school. This afternoon at 3:30 the Woman's Club will have the first of a series of art programs which have been planned for the winter. This meeting will be in the parlors of the school. One case of illness-ireported. Bird Jones, one of the smallest girls, has been bedfast .for two days with sj mptoms of pneumo- s That good Chocolate 25c to 50c c hox. She will ask you if rom Drummond's. it come New toys and dolls direct from Santa Clause house at Drummond's store, Livingston, Ky. You can see a larger and bet- ter selection of Ladies' and '' Gent's Furnishings at Sutton & Dia' The Christmas holiday Jffo beMcBee's. gin Thursday night, Dec. 23rd, Round trip tickets to Lexingand continue until Tuesday, Jan. ton 3.15 January 3. to 7, limited 4th. The Christmas literary proto January 9; on account of Farmgram will be given Thursday, Dec. ers Week Kentucky State Univer- 2.3, at 7:30 p. m. sity. The Rev. Andrew McKinnon Afea; A big now lot of ladies' suits will arrive at noon on Saturday cut to almost half price. Come and wiil preach in the Presbyteand see how cheap you can buy rian church Sunday, Dec. 12th, one of our tine Bischof suits. holding services both at li a. m. Sutton & McBee. Tick'. and at 7:30 p. m. Salw.JfeUeve. 'faeVcookies partv of the priinnaiaboa and Absorption mary department of the Graded A wonderful Machine Not a t No Doting. "Vap-O-Rub" Field Secretai y of the Dixie Highwav, with headquarters at Cr attanooga, stopt off at Mt. Vernon, Tuesdsy afternoon and remained over one day and left tor London, eontsday. M r. Gilbreath's territory is that of the entire highway, as now located between Chicago and Miami, Florida, the latter city being located in almost the extreme southern part of the peninsular state. Mr. Gilbreath paid us this visit 'for two reasons : be wished to learn the present situation in road construc-tiou.'an- d to meet the Mt. Vernon road "boosters who have been making the big noise for past three years, and whom he under-stoohad put Boone Way on the map, and made East Dixie Highway possibly Time being limited, he only met a poition of the Commercial Club members, but before leaving he exprest himself as highly pleased with his visit and was satisfied our county would get her part of the road put thru next year. passed a high compliment on our Mr. Maret, over the valuable matter on road and other subjects, which he has preserved during the past three years in four immense scrap books. Mr. G. is under the impression that no other person along the Dixie" Highway had 'such a collection of valuable matter, of the kind. Our good roads man is under obligations to Mr. G, for valuable material and photos, presented for additions to his record, and scrap books. Mr. Gilbreath pointed out the necessity of the enlargement of our hotels, when the great high way is opened for traffic. '. -- S. Gilbreath, d n icb hat t lghted and did a us a corpse he was addressing hen he demanded the money f r he drinks. ectu-i.e gut no answer me oartender hit the corpse and the said corpse fell to the tioor. The bartender rushed round to see what he had done and while he was looking over his supposed victim, in stepped a policeman, who arrested him charging him with murder. Asked if he had anything to say for himseli the bartender replied: "It was done in selfdfense. He called me a liar and reached for his gun and I had to hit him." e HExERasa No.2&. tcewa.mam IS iThe u Smithsonian Truss " cheerfully furnished upon request Pitted and Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS The Taniac Agent MT. VERNON, Phone No. 39 Kr. Services at Christian Church for Sunday Sunday School 9:45 QSr7- pe30C9peC 3G&3q&3C& lrvr-3&-vr-5!Xy-.,x--- . -j LxX Vttt xrr'i. iJil-vriV- v-v U Mr-Gil-brea- Preaching bervice 11:00 a. m., S u b j e c t "Christian Woman's Board of Missions." Christian Endeavor 6.30 p.m. Preaching service 7.30 p.m, The New Siberian Scans and caps to match, at Drummond's store, Livingston, Ky. vi JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE cc3r3cdccc A ww -- J.CMoCLARY m good line of General n iviercncinaise m xxyKaxx 5r!oiLv-Cay-v'v S ?-- tt g &j - Treatment for Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh and Head Colds l.. i UNDERTAKER w'smrr&rrttfrxrS&riZnei - 'VW ,vvW- s.v.T.J ,v-",-SX- -T Farm Implements and EMBALMER Thanksgiving, was omitted in the at it at Drummond's Monday.Look chool notes of last week. Even! t this late hour, we- want to say New nej kwear, gloves, toilet event whieh should sets, jewelry" tovs, in fact .every wit it hris,mi;.Koods it - School on Wednesday before bicycle nor an automobile 3L)?d.2E?fetteltata"McBee's til too & -- wsn -- t f aQ M? XyA. toe worki UH . - . St theltinffs. Tn nrliliftnn v:i.,. r i by through the skiD, relieving the tiehtness and soreness. Vick'fl can be applied over the tfooatani , No neeJ to take internal medicines or chest and covipf witi. P the BortriU-- or : i.iDiuo,oon.ana lasaw IVhen ! .. ' - w .w uaivciBuiimipn pora arising. Also for Asthma and Hay y, eootfiing, medi- - Fever, rub Vink's to, ",e heat pf the JljE-iT. . ? ij.a. a vuiuu va r (irflnrara naaoj tiioi, are innaiea. t.i 4.JeOl toAre,ax thewlt Hervous teiiBloa. 2c" all nicht loner ihroimli th . $1.UU. x , Jjjl" '"""K" wiauc, ur S$3$p xd&c&-- SsscStofleatoecjoGfltooGaBaocR r&rV01, i-- b.i. thom-h-ouble- a. ,tl?J!.t"!Put STANFORD, KY. trfc3cr 'DC 'W. T. FRANCIS; DENTIST t. Is Here. ALL THE TIME Ba'ik of Courrjfn&t'r in Vfrc&y&kx: the-va- -- vjuil & mmmmM .i.... BETHURUiVI, & LEWIS' Attorneys atv i i :Jt -- Vac !'. wmS4VE i';- - Will nractic5 n ' h i ti Rcrtlence;! ' Offices in Bethurum Bldg. rfSk .rSr .& X.ij nm 'inim - mimiKiiMMitf iriTi'i runwaunir ., .,.-- . ... ( .?! SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. . r- Gii'yi 5 K (nr ToH 25 U in 2 nil 1 Otr I Ivtvingblun Hodge; ja!jk Hodjr J V Ingle. Linl;. nr "Toned. - - .:... win i, or one oi utjpuues, ...:t "" King, Mat f or sale at the from door of the Little, Mark Court House, in Mt. Vernon, Kv. Martin, H L foe Monday, Dec. 27, i95. tns May, Chas following; tracts of land to satisfy Miller, Sam Morris, Willie the tax due the County and State Mulling., Major on said land. Mullins, Bill .1 ..I, John 50 35 14 1 MARY 4 -i 1 .- a3 IS I ' 5 5l 4 02 75 50 iOAi 8 3:: li2 3 2 1 r'.lie. HaM- LLAiliyiUli iija UUUCI Ill II. Ihe U5 IIU.J ai of the Kentucky t pices -! I CAM MULLINS. S. R- - C. McClnie. Pate J'rookict No. 1. No Acres Adams, Jnnnie, Town lot in Mt. Vernon Allison, Franklin 50 60 Baker, Win. 20 Bostic, O. P. Cheek, Charlie 2 10 Kirby, J. G. Sychentyler, Alex 80 1 Sowder, Win, Name Tax & Hi Napier, Alice New Livingston Coal Co., 180a Oliver, L M. Town lot in 2 7o 2 86 2 8C 3 45 3 62 34 14 G. ;ge of Agriculture MANY DEPARTMENTS COVERED Overboy, Simon f 4a 67 38 Overboy, J P f 50 2 S3 Overboy, J W 100 5 29 Overboy, John 50 4 96 Robinson Leander Sanbrooks, G D. Town lot in 6 48 4 21 Cost J4Pgston Event is Made Ud of the Annual Con. ' , ......... rarm 8 0. ...... venisons ci aisven ciaxe-wia4 85 Lectures and er3' Organizations 9,10 Various Demonstrations In Women's c 570 7 13 5 63 Work, Covering Several Cooking, Canning, Etc. Subjects, BOOKCASTLB CIRCUIT COURT Emma Wallin. ) Guard lan of Plaintiff, Gr'y Wai.u:-;-, &c, j Vs Commissioner's Safe. Guy Wallin, &c-- , Defendant. , d.t .,;... vir u 1 J ' "mv ;.. juugiucnu, tlliU. nrrlor rf cnla U ih iiwuve aij IOU ...... v aiv; llic u,..,. ...-,laction the undersigned Master Commissioner will on Monday, December 27, 1915, at the front door of the Court House, in Alt. Vernon, Ken lucky, bet ten t' e hour- - of 9 o cl cu a. m .mil 4 o clock p m , it being a regular torm ,lf ,u rvuijiiaiic . vuuuiv ... v.i me t,.i. ....1 Court, the undeiisigiiH.i mum -sioner will offer i..r Mile lit , -1 Msii5isfrd . m. ,res i visiting har daughter, Mrs Stisie Price. Miss l rt ItI'iir'nira' ws the fiVa-YIii-imiocr --- tm rhi or I -- -"" me 1v.11 uy ihm oiiuuiy. Airs. ivi. .ii-t Wil ""f" p lm m.",., .11 , - . iJBA Children Cry for Fletcher's e . l .. r'oi-lnwii- described located Uau. u: I i.cl G. Kwhy onlin-ivery sick. The s es eetings hat are being conducted at this place bv Rev James Barnes and 1 . K. Carmical is ato'-i- j n celv Eight, p.dditions d to h !ii.rc y 'ii se nis mt- - i"ted A vici.;.py has been ' v r p.s eek but i t. Inn. s Ros- at Cx uv i a ti.ir' .1 g ton. is 1 getting 1 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and. which has heen in use for over SO years, has home the signature of 7and has heen made under his infancy. sonal supervision since its CUcuM Allow no one to deceive you in thi3. are hut All Conntcrfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-lyf-Just-as-good" Livingston 100 5 14 7 67 6 47 3 88 Sams, John W 4 20 Stewart, Gus 10 72 Stephens, W. P. 00 Precinct No. 2. Acres Baker, Delia, Town lot In Mt. Vernon Beaslcy, Mrs. R. S 100, 1914-1- 5 100 Fish. Vol icy to Harris, J. J, t f Helton, Howard :;o ; J.) Menefee, R. S. 1 Price, G. C. (nr) ., Town lot iu istoaks, J. Mt. Vernon Thompson, J. E , Town lot in Mt. Vernon Precinct No. 3. 3 Branforth, A. H. 45 Baker. G. YV. Berry, H. C. 14 33 Boyd, M. V. 60 Blanton, Pearl 2 Crider. B. G. Chasteen, K.T. 40 2 Dalton, V L 15 Dalton, Ellen 150 Dalton, H P Durham, J V Fink, Bruce (nr) 100 Griffith, Nora 112 Criffin, Wm 202 31 85 17 90 10 90 5 70 8 72 5 70 5 53 29 22 25 24 1 6 6 10 96 51 04 E0 Hensley, Joe Huff, H M Ki'rby, J W McCollum, Bailie Noe, Wm Northern, Rebecca Pulline, Geo ' 10 27 15 74 4 15 9 56 3 80 3 90 14 74 3 97 11 55 9 96 16 60 3 75 3 55 9 6 11 1 68 75 30 137 21 16 40 3 30 40 35 4 9 18 Thomas, Shade 4 5.1 Tyree, Arch 53 Vaughn, Al 50, 5 70 4 5'. Westertield, D N 3o Woodson, John Town lot in 5 11 Livingston 1(J 27 ICQ York, C C Precinct No, 8, Arnold, R E 3 43 Bradley, Henry 40 5 82 Hall, G W 78 0 96 Harper, Tom 7 21 60 Acres Mir.k. A 97 &'... 9.21 Nicely, Ap 75 4.64 Nichols, TB 30 3.28 Norton, J R 50 6.80 Norton, Horace 50 6.82 Norton. J M & Co. 1759 109.53 .. Rentier, M P 35 4.55 Roberts, Jas 75 5.70 Sears, P 0 25 4.19 Swinney, Nath 93 6.0s Taylor, Bettie 125 5.53 Taylor, J P 05 3.05 Warren. Albert, nr .42 2.49 Whitaker, H L 50. r 6.57 Precinct No. 9. Brown, S G 5S 4.90 Pustle, Larkin 3 3 04 Childress, Sallie...l24 4.72 Reynolds. Jas. heirs. 75 4.57 Thompson, C W....30 7.59 No. 10. 30 5 70 30 50 Rice, Arthur Rich, Nancy Roberts, Jeff Robinson, Arthur Say lor Heirs Sigmond, W H Sparks, Robt Thomas, M D 57 Precinct 35 Adams, E len 15 Adams, A E 5 70 Adams, Martha 6 49 Belew, R M 4 10 3 59 lo 5 3 7 4.o2 4.51 2.49 2.8(5 Brock, Samuel Boyd, Jas 4oj 5.46 13 5 Thomas, Cainer Thomas, G C Titus, AW Wren, Lee 4 52 &ydi JM 3 44 Brock, Jas 95 17 78 Brown, WR 35 2 91 Brown, Jas, nr. Town lot in 4 19 Brodhead 11. ....... 13.2, n.74 6.4i 10 06 Lexington. There is no event of the oar that can mo-- e advantageously 'Im the time and attention of the itu ky farmer than Farmers' Week !h i Le held at Lexing.on, Ky. .lanuary 4 to 7, 1916. under the aus l ices of the College of Agriculture. Ff.rmr.3' Week is made up of thi erts and Nat Hoskius' land; the whh Nat Ho.skins' line annual conventions of eleven state wide farmers' organizations, covering .n i8f ll. fc poles and 2(i links, to u . riue; tbence Nj.6 E 20 poles to a as many departments of farm-ngis needless to say that any one at thence N2?i 113 poles and tending these meetings will come ii. $ links to a uhlte-oak- ; thence coniact with the more progressiv. N2l,V E16 poles to a white-oak- ; farmers, stockmen and fruit growe. heuceN12E9L'j4 poles to a white of the state. There is opportunity ak, dog wood and tuple p.iiut here for interchange of valuable ex rs by the side of a road and a perience and for making the acquain ranch; ther.ce up said road, with moat eminently successfu .ance of the i.oskins' line, to a whiie oai, sup men In all branches qf agriculture. oed to be a line me, in J. h The schedule of exercises is as foi V alius' hue, at a short curve n. Ic s: Tuesday, January 4th Meetings o aid toad; thence leaving .said Hothe Kentucky Beef Cattle Breeden ins' line, running uorth-tas- " ssociation and the Kent'cky Alfalf. hh J. F. Wallin' line to a che t o owers' Association. tit oak a corner to Bornes' hind; Wednesday, January 5th The Ken hence with Hordes' line to a roc-- , tu. Ly cu . y Associaticn, Ihe Stat corner to the Luskf ' tract, now Swine Breeders' Association and th wned hy John fayue,- thence Kentucky Bee Keepers' Association. Thursday, January Gth Ihe Ken with said Lusks' line to J. C. tucky Horse Breeders' Associat'on, th Howaids' line known as Berea Kentucky Cora Growers' Arsociatioi College land; thence vith same to the State Horticultural Society, am he widow Roberts' line; thence in the afternoon, a joint meeting tc with same to the beginning, iiscuss'the more advantageous nia. 390 acres more or less. keting of all kinds cf fa m products. Terms of ale will be made on a Friday, January 7th The Kentuck Sheep Breeders' Association, the Ker credit of six months. The purtucky Dairy Cattle Club, and a meet chaser or Dtirchasers will be re ing of tobacco growers. During the first three days of Farm quired to give bond with approv3rs' Week, there will be lectures an ed surety, payable to the undervarious demonstrations in women' signed Commissioner and bearing work covering such subjects as ceo! interest at the rate of six per cent ng, canning, household sanitatLi per annum from date of bond unjewing, the exhibition of devices for the home, household fur til paid and having the force and nishing and interior decoration and in struction in all matters pertaining tc effect of a judgment. G. S. Griffin, M.C.R C.C the betterment of woman's condition in the heme. HI OSS. 5 " 1 1 1 in Rockca tie u.i.nit, ,x tventUckN on the wu'tM- River and dt&cn cd aj t lo ; beginning .u a a o e u. lanch and roau and bei. g . c ..or to J. C. Howard, Widow Rob- vi.ti thi-- . .it irifnd.-- , c-- pi .. - J . 11 eiativesat h.ss ii e Kenner, of t 'ast w ek What is CASTORIA Castor Oil, Castoria is a harmless substitute for wun Ki noy Nora lc Joia Bullock and children spent Sunday with her - - r- - .r- - pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKinnay. 'Miss Ella Mae Price is very sick. Mrs. Malissie who has been confined to bed for about nine years, continues very sick. Mc-Ferro- n, goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has heen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, TVind 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, Pare- hr GENUINE CASTORIA I ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Ml j Qispirl tell5! lei We are having some fi ie weath &L&& The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMfAMV NEWVORH CITV, 1 - er. 1 - con-ainio- g People ate butchering their hogs. O. M. Payne was in Berea mondav on business. G. V. Owens is in Richmond buying his Xma goods. George Payne is moving to Brindle Ridge this week, Tim Williams is moving to the house vacated by Payne. The school on Davis branch is progressing nicely. W. A. Row-le- tt is erecting a new barn -- There was a pie supper at Hammond's school house last Saturday night. Eleven pies brought 4. 9o. There will be another pie supper at the Cruise Ridge school ouse Saturday night Dec. 11. Everybody 1 , jaSS?rTTrr7f:ygir???TgTT?r'?'f'?i s- - I Thib Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Befcre THE FAC'l IT IS SEE invited to come. COLDS NEED ATTENTION Internal throat and chest troub les produce inflamation, irritation swelling or soreness and unless cheeked at once, are likely to lead . to serious iron Die. uaugm in time Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey loosens the phlegm and destroys the germs which have settled in the throat and nose. It is soothing and uealing. Pine is antiseptic; honey is soottiing both together possess excellent medical qualities for fighting cold germs. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pino Tar Honey. 25c ell druggists. 1 1 . Your business labor-savii- u I I 50 500 5S Burton, Hattie, heirs 74 5 70 Benton, Linda 150 12 46 Cash, Jop 3 7 72 Cox, RT 2 4 19 Mrs. Follie Niceley, aged 73, 33. .5, 0.9:. Precinct No. 4. Anglin, Martha Calvin, Henry Cain, S S Camron, W D Cope, Samuel cx, JE oV f . 9 B 100 31 76 16 12 Cope, J S Croucher, Tom Croucher, Cood Croucher, EG Croucher, Sidney Drew, C and Win 55 30 50 32 130 8 4 96 10 40 4 96 7 9S 10 74 7 61 3 67 21 75 2 75 Crank, Andy 30 U2bord, C D Denney, Joe 5 uenney, Jos T 40 Delaney, Bettie 5o. ..'.... Evans, John E. Town lot 111 Brodhead Freman, David 25 Harris, Wm 8 Harris, Mary E., nr. 50. 3 4 3 5.......... 4i Exhibition, for benefit of visitors, of 2.3 Golden Fern's Sensation (2nd prize winner Louisiana Purchase Exposition S? 1904), at Elmendorf Farm, Lexington 4 y. 3.oS Special attention is called to the 3.46 For man 2 o; conference on marketing. 5-- Gadd, John G Gadd, Harrison Gadd, John S Gald, Caleb Hampton, S A Hill, E J Hollinworth, Wm Rollinwbrth, G V Martin, Walter Miller, S J 62 29 50 2S 40 175 60 a qoi 4 19 6 49 ! math, AM Hicks, I J Halcomb. Margaret. Howard, C J. Town lot in 3 72 5 62 10 OS 4o 40 35 ears, agricultural study has dealt 6.S: argely with problems of production 7.2 The standardization of farm products 5.14 .uid the more advantageous marketing 30 40 30 40 50 50 110 10 10 5 6 16 3 7 23 70 51 12 59 Miller, F F Miller, W L Miller, W G 2i 4 19 8 12 Pennington, J D Rowleth, Wm Seals, W N Sexton, May Spires, Sarada Todd & Shear Vanwinkle, Lewis Webb, W E Precinct Allen, C E Allen, Arch Ash, A Bowls, Mat 15 79 18 22 4 3 10 2 85 07 82 66 35 50 25 1 77 i30 No. 5. 75 100 222 96 50 125 50 40 35 130 30 61 61 50 40 40 100 25 3 28 6 61 7 8 12 7 14 8 9 44 51 21 Carpenter, F C Coffey, Mary Creech, Monroe Drew, Elizabeth Durham, J T 43 SO Hampton. Louis Hardin, Silas Howard, Martha Martin, Bill McCrackin, Thos McGuire, Chas Morris, Jas Robinson, Eddie Singleton, W G -- Spoonamore, Wm 4 19 2 49 3 42 7 42 4 i9 6 65 6 OS 4 96 4 50 7 61 8 63 4 19 ?0 Weaver, Jas 50 Precinct No. 6. Adams, J J 105 Anderson, J H 16 Bnrneth, Boone 25 Dooley, Ance and Joe, for 1914 2 49 5 39 Helton, Charley Tones,. Mat 70 25 13 Jordon, J B Miller, A J -- Mullins, Lula Mullins, J T Sharp, W T Tredaway, Henry Precinct Browning, W M Baker, Link Bustle, Llllie. Bullock, T P Clark, J H - 70 100 20 8 2 No. 7. 25 75 25 21 79 7 21 Cottmgin, Mary 60 7 70 Fisher, Jas-- . 15 6 14 Holiing, JP 40 7 04 Johnson. Gay D. . . .112 4 19 Lamb, Matilda 65 ? 3 82 Lay, John 50. . . 6 82 Pencil, Mary 62... 6 42 Prewitt, S P, nr. ...60... 18 01 Robinson, J R 6... 4 19 Robinson, S J 82... 4 94 Swopshire, Henry.. 3o... of the same have received only casual 2.96 .'.Mention. It is time for the farmer tc Howard, Americus. . 25. . , 3.21 sive careful study to better methods oi Laswell, RE 35 tf.-'Vrketing farm crops, as we'l as to Leece, Jack..,. 50 more advantageous methods of pur7' Marlow, J J. Town lot in chasing supplies. Men of wide experi 3 ( once in these subjects, from Kentuck Brodhead..... Metealf, C G, nr.... 50 5.o4 and frcm other states, will addres this meeting. The regular prograr Mink.EM 30 4.41 will he followed by a gsneral discus Monigal, Stella W. 25 2.35 ion of the subject in which all lute Oliver, Elizabeth... 60 3 0G sted are invited to participate, .n, Owens, L M 50 4.17 .nediate practical benefits are to bt Proctor. Ollie E.... 15 2i axpected from this conference. Proctor, Alice 28 Handsome premium lists have been 3.9o Rigsby, Ricaard ... 38 jrovided for competitive exh'bits ot 8.3C Roberts, Lustita 67 59: he following products: Ccrn, wheat Ro3s LD 136:....!!!!! 7 SI ats, cowpeas, soy beans, tobacco oultry, honey, fruit of various kinds Saylor, Joe J 25 i utter, cream, milk and various artl Shelton, P A. Town lot in es of woman's work. The premium? Brodhead 10.8' nclude money prizes, medals, trophies Slusher, D B 60 6.1 aorchandise, farm implement?, etc o Smith, E J . . . Exper-nien- t jhief among these prL es is u. Spoonamore, Oscar 40 Station Medal which 11 offe or iV5 Spoonamore, Jas or the best exhibit in poultry, Lee 63 s keeping, dairying, tobacco, farn: crop Sutton, J M 17 vomans work, and also for the best Vanhook, L M. Town lot in exhibit of fruit. This medal is of : Brodhead bronze of most beautiful and attractive Wiggins. Jos S. . . 10O 10.41 design. It will only be awarded for Precinct No. 11. .eally high class exhibits in the class!-Allen. Jane 55 4 50 tations indicated in the above. All Anglin, R L and J W.64 2.44 cf these premiums have an intrinsic Ballinger, Julia Their greatest value, however, 40 2 49 value .les in the moral effect upon exhibi- Jones, W S loo ' ' 11.35 lors winning such prizes, for when Jordan, Rily g 6g i0 ence the habit of producing the best Johnsou. John (to 6.82 is acquired, the exhibitor will never Morris, V H 20 3 5 again be content to be a mediocre McGuire, Willie 25. 3.82 Parker, MC 60 3 28 Everything in connection with Farm- 13 . x Cla, tir xi n wnr dg g 7J ers' Week is free. After attendance at these meetings, Precinct No. 12. progressive farmer the Barnes, W M 4 4 57 Cox, Chas 1 ; 3A3 Brodhead J sick at present. Little El za O'Neal, who has been very sick for the past two months is improving slowly. Mrs Harve Bradley, who has had both lei. ds of fever, is improving. Mrs. Elizabeth Chaney, who has beeen dovvn wj heart dropsy, is very low. -- H El McClui'e has been sick for the past two weeks. Corn gather ing is about oveV in this part.-L- et McOlure is moving out from hi.-f- a trier's V. F. McClure, a newly married man. Mrs. Bettie Tay lor and Mrs. Ben Nicelev traded farms, Mrs. Faunie Tyree spent a week with her sister Mrs. H. B. McClure, at Bio s. Mike Mar-le- r moved from Bloss back to his father's J. W. Marler. M. Mt Vernon g And Is Prepared To Care For It, ! 1 Peoples c?" ank Kentucky I LoST, A seven-months-ol- Jersey heifer ( calf, left the pasture of A. T. Fur-- ( nish, Brodheiid, some time in Oc tober. Liberal reward for her A. T. Furnish, return, Brodhead, Ky. Nov. 26. 3t d Strayed or Stolen ; -- 0-00 vl RS. McLAlN'S EXPERIENCE WITH uROUP HOVTjTtHIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hall's Catarrh (Jure has been taken bv catarrh suffers for the past thirty five years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for catarrh, flallls Ca tarrh Cure acts thro the blood on he mucous surfaces, expelling ihe poison from th? blood and healing the deseased portions. After von have taken rlall- Catarrh Cure for a short time you will see a great improvement in your geueral health. Start taking Ha ,r, aUirrh Cure at once and end lor tesnd of itarrh. .et timonials, free, P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, U. So,d b aU DrUggists 75c -- "When my bov Ray, was smal lie was subiect to croup, and I was always alarmed at such time. ough Remedy Chamberlain's proved far better than any otlur fortius trouble. It always relieved him quickly. I am never without it in 1 1 ; house f r L, know it is a positivn cute for croup" writes Mrs. W. R McClain, Blair ville, Pa. For sale by all dealers. Tis(iSaid 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 to mold our habits and desires as wisdom ? dictates, and prepare for future opportuuities'and open an and account NOW in emer-genciv.- The Bank of Mt. Vernon ii MT. VERNON, KY. . av e OOO Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS 9 I 1 7.56 -82 heard, and with renewed enthusiasm TZ'lLfJflt ChJdren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S -- T1 " v- open-minde- 1629j for his work. All of these meetings and exhibits 4 o2 been put at a time when farmers 3.60 can most conveniently arrange to their work. Reduced ratea ou all 4.19 2 14 railroads. 4.53 3.43 8 72 4.19 3.49 S 5 31 11 00 Wyrick. l4rlTA Hiiuu,iuu Williams, fc W jss awwt n' T 6b... 4U A !"' A. -" -i C? Thomas.. 20 4.05 5 70 -- i25 Collins, Jas Cox, J B Diclwrson. 50 70 14' 1914-1- 5 25 6 4 56 4 13 6 92 SICK TWO YK AUS WITH IN urei a r . . - 45-- J H, Town lot in Fields, Frady, J JA H Livingston . . 38 24 49 16 906 4 98 For Infents and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bwght Bears the Signature of CASTORIA &!$&&& "Two years ago I was ? qenefitted through using two or three bottles of Chamnerlairi's ' Tablets," writes Mrs S A The undersigned strictly forbid hunt- er, JUhda, Ohio. "Befor ' ng ing or trespaesing on their lands and them I was sick for wo ars will prosecute,, to the extent of the law, ' witt indigpstio Sold by a all violators. rr '' d.alers. Wade Hunt, j mritr" jot WAR UPON PAIN Paid ls a visitor to every home and usually it comes ''quite unex-fa:mepeciedly. 'But'.yim lare prepared for every emergency If you keep a small bottle of Sloan's Linea- ment handy. It is the greatest pain killer ever discovered. Sim Ply laid on the skin -- no rubbing Teqired- -it drives' the pain away It is really wonderful. Merviu H. R. Soister, Berke-hav- e ley, Cal. writes: "Last Saturday after tramping around the ' Pana-leav- e ma Exposition with wet feet, I came S home with my neck so stiff that I couldn't turn I applied Sloane's Lineament freely and went to bed. To my surprise next morning tha stiff nees had almost disappeared, four hours af terlthe second application I was as good as new." March 1915. At Druggists. 25c. r. of and and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Manufacturers It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give V Pone 112. ' C. M.T. Williams, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- VEJRNON. KY. :OFF;CE.- - On 2nd. floor f The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special attention given CARDUI The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak; -- ailing women for more than fifty years. f to collections. T Phone No. 80. j&agya&yt 3Q3c8 POSTED P H Conover Dentist VERNON, KY MT. Fron tRooms over Baker's J tore Phone 49-S. -- XggCX&JXZ!&jgX&. Get a Bottle Today! v I rWiiWMr j& && ,y rt' ' --- J "$w; W r .- -. f- -