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VERNON, !gSg?rj?g?CTC ROCKCASTLE DECEMBER 17. 1915 NUMBER I?- - I son, Master GTavely Farris, of Iieve the gentlennn is growing f her home with her uauuter. Mrs. Junction City, were visiting rola j 7ounger in his old days. V. T Kmily GatlilT. Mosi GatlilT i at tives here Saturday and Sunday oiuoks, uie ran roau home for the holidays. Mrs. Lou Purcell and son. Fred, man, has his crew here now doing Hiram Dean, County Attorney of St. Louis, are here on account some lencing and other work. of Jackson couny, was here ie- of the serious illness of Uncle Joe The Rev.. Roxie Powell held reern cently attending Magistrate's Purcell. Mrs. I.R. Cass returned Ur services at the Methodist Court. -- G. V Owens his just put home Saturday from Stanford, church, Sunday morning and even in a telephone on the Mt. Vernon where she had been for a few days ing. (line "Wilburn GatlifF was here on account of the illness of her litlast week visiting his brother !oe. tle grand son, Master James But i;s The teacher is planning to hive ner Hilton Born to t'le wile of an entertainment for Christmas. Walter Robins, Monday, a seven n Robert. F. Spence, our and one half pound girl baby. farm demonstrator, will Carson & Wheeldon, and a vaudeNe,rly everybody is done gath- speak at Clear Creek chaioh ville Co., gave three shows the ering corn. The crop was ven house Friday night, Dec. 18 He first of the week. Brodhead has light in this neighborhood. It intends to organize a Farmers gotten to he a great show town, there is any sign in the corn husk Club. We should apprec-it- e and the Carson & Wheeldon this will be a cold winter. Every what Mr. Spence is doing for us. shows are good ones, and are body ought to prepaie their wood S S. Cain is very sick- - at this usually well attended. J. H. ind be sure to have a good, warm time. "Uncle" Taswelt Gadd is Ward closed a deal with James dry shelter for the cow. W. O. planning to move to Brindle riJge Meredith, ol Lincoln county, for Chasten has returned from ll!i T Pavnp hn: hmicrht m. fr'-his farm the first of the week. nois where he has been for the on Brindle ridge and is moving This deal has been under way for past ear He ha ild his in er- - mis wi'ek We regret very much several weeks, but the deed was est in the home plac to his bn th 10 lose Mr. Payne .but we tsh not made until Wednesday. Mr er. She mm Consider .timi. hi;n go jd luck and hope lie will Ward will move his family to the He nas bought .i,tiu t irar hu his new home. Byron Owens property until he Wallow. Sidney croutchei lias Mr. and' Mrs moved to the Clvm farm at clifinds a location. W. F Carter were in LouUviHe, max, "A'int' Suan King, aiied SICK TWO YEARS WITH IXMonday. Miss Etta Cabie, and 7r, has beeu viiin h.-. DIGESTION Wallace Haggard, who are attendter, :rs he ma Cnas te ,ear airo I wa gretlv Two ing the Bowling Green Business She .ee s t oe in u npir.iiiv ly jpiietitted thr uh using t vo or ham erlum's University, are at home L.r Christ- g il teal U .tiul 4cts irou.ul i;e three ottles ! Tablet," writes Mrs. S A Kellmas. The new depot was com- a gul She a i.um ier f pleted the first of the week, and gru.d children and great grand er, Ehda, Ohio. "Before taking them I was sick for two years d turned over to J. R. Cass, who is children, and one witl' indigestion." Sold by all day boss now, and we really be child. She is now making dealers. au-arou- DispualelMlel wdl-know- (i l,-10- - r ji -- -- h-t- s great-great-graa- AT THIS STORE SUITABLE FOR EVERYBODY. A CHRISTMAS GIFT to-d- ay IT NEVER HAS BEEN There has never been shown in this town such beautiful presents, yet reasonable prices. Come and Jet us show you, or send us your MAIL ORDER. Cuff and Ear Drop Jswelpy Waist Tie Clasps Book Marks Cross Pins RA THIS LiT C othing 1 CAUBFULLY " DONE pcyyga. Men's Suits Boy's Suits Overcoats Ladies' Suits Ladies Coats TOYS Iron Banks Lingerie Clasps. Bib Holder Animal Banks Sewing Sets Blocks TOYS .King Pop Guns Chairs Rockers ja: . $$3cc yagzc&yf x 5 x Two Big Retail Stocks to t Close 9-- yx3&XT4 PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. Sewing Sets Manicure Sets Desk Sets Telephones Millinery Flannel Horses Linen Handkerchiefs Rattlers Initial Handkerchiefs Stoves Scarfs Pocket Punch Bag House BAKER'S BIG POPULAR Mutt & Jeff Bank Coon Jigger Wheel Barrows Doll Buggies Mechanical Toys PRICE STORE of the PEOPLE, g BoxI0cto$I Jumping Toys Tea Sets Colored Balls Nail Files Letter Openers Knife & Chain Case Bracelets Necklaces Lavalliers Ladies' Kid Gloves Men's Kid Gloves Suit Cases Hand Bags Trunks Shoes Cap Pistols Flash Light Camera Cumbac Toy Spiders Doll Houses All Ready for Christmas With the Grandest OLUUKdui aursaiius ui iyici ui lauuioc wcuavt Ever Shown p Rubber Bubble Never-Sto- p Mesh Bags Lockets Guard Chains Watch Chains Silk Vest Chains Silk Fobs Solid Gold Rings Pearl Pin Holders Fountain Pens Hosiery Jumping An Entire Building Filled With Purses Hats and Caps Neckwear Shirts Rain Coats Bath Robes Rugs Towels Watches and. Clocks Millitary Brushes Hat Brushas Desk Sets Smoking Sets I zz SUTTON 2 -- ! ni LEADERS IN LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING, XMAS ARTICLES and others, Thursday night of last week, was well attended andgraat-l- v ( J enjoyed. The play is a good one, and the way it was presented B. Cass and B R. Wilraott showed that each one had the TJ who were working with the prcper training, and are to be Bridge crew for the L. & E. Rail complimented in the way they road, returned home last week, acquitted themselves. Thevhave jthe crew being cut off for the been requested to put the same "winter. The play, entitled Farm play on again shortly, and we are tFolks, given by the High School sure the attendauce will be even rw i J HE r n tt t Toy Napkins Knife, Fork & Spoon Santa Claus Mask Shaving Outfit Go Carts Miraor, Comb, Brush Books, bound Candles, Wagons Work box Pianos, Trunks Tool Chests We havent space to mention but a few Boy Scout Watches and Harps Santa Clause Headquarters. An Entire. Building For HOLIDAY GOODS We Sell FURNITURE I FURNITURE and Every Thing Else LOWER Than The OTHER FELLOW. of our big ment f TNT -i-- -1 Too Busy to Write Advertisements. Figure for your own interest, and Come to ag33exagyig--? JSredMeGLGL N V' . -- M - !- better than at first. W.R. Barnes sold his residence property to J. M Brown, the BroughtontOvvu merchant, for 965,00. Mr. Brown will soon move to the property and we understand will move his stock of general merchandise here. Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Pike, and other representatives last week. John Evans, salesman forColgate & Co., of New York, was with fZ '- very ill, and his recovery is doubtful, Mrs. Joe McKinzie and children, of Mt. Vernon, were the guests of her sister, Mrs. Walter Robins, from Frida until Sunday. Mrs. EL L. Tharp, and little. -- home folks last week. Mrs. George Hardin, and little daughter Sarah Louisville, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Purcell. Mr. Purcell continues Iof sra? 3? pxjofccS'yxxxggsgxSte BAKER'S 3lC&X$ MT. VERNON KENTUCKY - I iit lYl I 0ae mProved Mature in the Street station, Louisville; J. I. HOW TO GET GOOD ROArS FopIc Nn TSWrl nf senatu;no nf rrams br teleohote McKinney agent at Richmond, E. . . rst e agent at When Cassar took a westward ride ior 0. "Fans", who was-filis being tried out in Dieting rod head, was holding clown Sil- , Friday, Dpv. 17, 1915 a '.receiver" And grabbed the Gauls for main stem trains is : which placed in a horn (called an vT Creek and Wm. Ray at Lan- Rome, W.Daugherty Says He Eats All One telegraph wire ans- - What was the first thing that he PubUsJud every Friday by similar to horns ivri "ampliflier") He Wants Since He Began did EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. used on phonographs, tho much .u'ed a'.l purposes in those early Taking Tanlac. To make them'leel at home? shorter; the volume of speech ih d.iy , on tl.is blanch and discipline $I.O so incresed that the talk or con . jj of a different order from that Did he increase the people's loads, fJBSCRIPTION ONE YEA.R Louisville. Ky., December 16. And liberty forbid? versation can be distinctly hearc f to day. An agent or operator Ameng those who have tested ttie rates maae know c and understood throughout an or could take his gun go hunting No. he dug in and built good roads, valne of Tanlac, the premier prepAdvertising That's what old Cassar did. dinary room. The dispatcher at without Jeave of anyone, and aration, and those who are loud in application requires no .vould scarcely be asked ' where Did Caesar put the iron heel thismain line table its praise, is J. W. Dougherty, of receiver at his ear, and is the on- have you been?" "Don't let this 2"ili West Market Street, this Upon the foeinan's breast, operator in the occur ag"in, etc., etc." ly "unmuzzled" city. He is widely known in LouOr did he try to'make them feel Oue passenger train each way MEMBER OF office. Thts system is also being isville Recently he said: That Roman rule was best? KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION used on short line betweeu Louis- (I5 ami 16) did the work "b'or a long time I had been a What did he do to make them glad The Spurrier House was a stopville and Cincinnati and will bt sufferer from catarrh nd stora-ach- e He came their lands amid, on all divisions should ii ping place for the boys. The lo He built good roads in place of used trouble. I had appetite prove, after iurtuer experiment cation 'vas on Sixth Street diagoto speak of. Every morning I gi.t bad satisfactory, and it is believed it nally opposite Old Inn. Changed up it seemed to me, feeling worse That's what old Caasar did name later to Mercnants' Hotel will. than I bad before. 1 was all George W. Roberts, who and still later to Phoenix. Dan He built good roads from hill to choked up, and what sleep I got Capt. hill, seemed to do me no good. I tried a candidate ior was a braketnan in the early sev Murphy was the popular clerk. T. B. Weber is Good roads from vale to vale; Maret had learned to telegraph dieting, hut that oid no, help. enties, later a conductor and also State Koad Commissioner to sur & N. by use of a register (a machine He ran a good roads movement My condition got worse instead ceed M r. Terrell, if a change is night station master at L. Till old Rome'gor all the kale. of union station, retired two yeais thit puts the dots and dashes belter. to be made, we say Weber first, down on a paper ribbon as they He told the folks to buy at home, pension list. "Friends urged me to give Tanlast and all the time. Mr. Terrell ago on railroad Build roads their rats to rid, lac a trial, and finally I did. It w. s Dispatcher Mudd, whom 'mahj came over the wire). On taking has also given universal satis'ac Until all roads led ud to Rome remarkable how quickly it helped tion so fa. as this part of the state on Knoxviile division remember, charge at Mt. Vernon he was just That's what old Caosar did. to "receiving" by me. My apoetite improved. It retained is an examiner of employes with changing is concerned and if he is Agent Brownlie at If any town would make itself "sound". in union station. wasn't a question of dieting any to the position which he has so ottire Livingston, gave him the followThe center of the map, longer I ate all I wanted and I Conductor John Kse still ac ably hlled since the road law went cuses the writer of killing his ing messige, 01 he that he had: Where folks would come and set- wanted a lot. I began sleeping into effect, the people of Eastern tle down soundly. I have gained strength grandpa's dog, when we werebojs "Please send me three bottles Kentucky will be satisfied, Godfrey's Ccrdial." Here is what And live in plenty's lap; and weight." back in i860. one the Mt. Vernon man got: "Please If any town its own abodes Mauy others suffering from catJohn Pabey, who vas at Tomorrow is President WilOf poverty would rid, arrh have found reliet in Tanlac, time a supervisor on this di- send me three doz good frying son's wedding day. vision, we learn died seven years cnickeus." It was some years, be- Let it go out and build good roads-Ju- st just as Mr Dougherty did. They fore that operator told the joke. like old Caesar did. (Ohio have made public statements like ago. VCDlViniM YLnllUn IPNAT OIUIlMl-- f -- " min 'HF"" -r this-bfhc- Now LOW RATES for the CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES VIA QUEEN & CRESCENT Tickets on Sale ROUTES I Good Returning to Teach original starting point before Midnight January 10th, 1910. Ask any Ticket Agent for Particulars Dec. 17, 18, 23, 24 & 25 W.A BECKER, General Passenger Agent. CINCINNATI.O. c with me and have some of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR FLOUR The majority of men relish good, . OME home to dinner BOB LEMONDS AND THE i 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 Star Flour never noes wroni' but goes further than usual lloui by making more loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the mixing, and kneading, and produces the most :satislyiig bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves with crusts delicious and tender, and there is least waste from stale ends and dry crusts, for tread made from Morning iStnr Flour kteps fresh longer than other. It permits of baking mure loaves at a time and less often, thereby saving in work, fuel and care. Until you have tried Morning Star Flour you will never know a perfect flour. F. X. Mudd, who was a tele- Wm. Colmesnil was one among Motorist. CALIGRAPH And Other Notes By J. M. Bob Lemonds used to be chiei train dispatcher at Livingston and is now located in same busi ness at Union Station in Louisvillt was recently left in charge of the while Chief Dispatchei Morrison took a few days off. Observing an old time caligrapl typewriter on a nearby table, a visitor made inquiries as to iU history. Bob, without stopping his work in the least, reeled of the following: "That machine u the oldest in the world, and is thi highly valued property of out Chief Dispatcher T. J. Morris on. It was made in Joppa, shortly after Adam was banisht from tht garden. Noah refused to allow 11 brought aboard the ark and iU owner lasht it high up in a cyca-mortree where it remained uuti uncle Zachariah climbed that not ed tree in history and rescuec the machine. Mr. Morrison se cured the old tiap from a Jewisl pawnshop in Jarusalero a great number of years ago and he ha? had it in constant use in his Louisville office ever since. You will observe that the writing is brougb up by elevator from the basemen' of the machine and the writing n put on the ceiling thereof, making it necessary for one to stand 01 his head to ascertain the last let ter that has been hammered ont the sheet when a fly happens t skeet on his shining pate; this ac counts f jr the number of bald headed men to be found in All have taken a sbj machine, tho only when Mr. at the M. steps out. He allows no ont to monkey with it while he m present under threat of instant discharge. This machine.perbap from long association with ttu office force, has become peculiai and somewhat erratic at times, foi instance the letter ' C ' some times doesn't always come up to scratch when wanted but hides away when its bar ' is struck. Mr. M. addiessed a letter to one of his operators, down main stem, a short while ago, whose name Is Jack Cass, this letter C didn'i appear in the last name. Result, operator felt aggrieved and claim ed he was not a descendant of the "When humble burden bearer. the chief returns and reads thi article there will be some rattluiy of old dry bones aroundjthat offic ;m Southeast corner of Union Staoffice e graph operator at Loretio and a Barstown Junction later, hat. been president of a poultry car company in Chicago for past twenty years and is said to havt a small fortune accumulated amounting to a quarter of a million dollars or more. Willie Smith, the boy who was a student m our schools when quite young, has been for past rew years, general superintendent A construction for entire L & N. sjstera with headquarters at Lou isville. Tilman Gilpin, when we last tieard of him. was foreman in K. & I. yards, Louisville. We didn't hear from Mart Dill n, the baggage master, about the urst one who ran out on the Knoxviile division 45 years ago. tie was station agent at First and Water Street station up lo a fen years back. When the writer began service on L. & N. we believe H. D. New comb President. D. W. C was superintendent; C Rowland P. Atmore, General ticket and passenger agent; A. Broadus, forwas thi.-offic-e. y warding and M. H. Smith receiv mg freight agent at 9th and Broadway; H. T. Curd, auditor ind C. B. Simmons, treasurer. Before the Pennsylvania bridge was built, freight cars made in Jeffersonville, were ferried across tne river and dumped on wharf in Louisville and drawn thru the streets up to the L. & N. tracks. It will be remembered cars were much lighter in those days than now, the load limit was probably not more than 20.000 or 30,000 pounds. The railroad reached Lebanon Richmond and Mt. Verin 1807. non in 1 867. James Guthrie was about the first president of the L. & N. Mt. Guthrie (now Maretburg) was named for him. Hall's Gap and Crab Orchard furnisht most of the cross-tie- s for this and Rowland branch. Mt. Vernon was the terminus of the railroad for about two years oefore it was extended to Fish Point (now Livingston). the first passenger conductor over Richmond branch. John Green-leaf- , of Lancaster, express messenger. Capt. W. W. Sweeney ind Suddith were the first passenger conductors to run into the mountains. "Chick" Sweeney "was an express messenger, mastar. Vlart Dillon, baggage Loosh Wilkerson was also a bag . .gage master.. . The first telegraph office was established in Mt. Vernon iu 1802 oy U. S. Govornment. Johnm Nagel was the operator. The wife run from Cumberland Gap to Camp Nelson. The writer was present when first tracK was laid ihru tunnel No. 1, and saw track laid thru Paint Lick on Richmond branch. The writer's father assisted in co.islruction and laying track 01 and Ohio railroad the u 1837. Jefferson county hi&to ry says: "The Lexington & Ohia railroad, in i838, was in full operation from Sixth Street to Part-lanLexington to and from the balance of the Frankfort;" road said to be "under contract." The terminus of the Kentucky Central in i876 was Nicholasvihe. That part of the road between tuat point and Lexington was nought by the Cincinnati Southern in 187.7.. . -Le-singtod, his in praise of this peerless remedy. SICK HEADACHE Tanlac. the premier prepara Sick headache is nearly always tion, is sold in Mt, Vernon, at the caused by disorders of the stom-ach- drugstore of Chas. C. Davis, and Correct them and the pecan also be obtained at Livingston riodic attacks ot sick headache will disappear. Mrs. John Bishop, of at the Central Drug Co., and at Roseville. Ohio, writes: "About a John Robin's Drugstore, Brod-heayear ago I was troubled with indiKy. gestion and had .sick- - headacne that lasted for two or three days and tried a it a time. lumber of remedies but nothing lelped me until during one ot "ST I those sick spells a friend advised me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. This medicine relieved me in a ihort time. ' For sale by all dealers. e. d, i. t ! K r Mothers use w V pftev$ Rockcastle MillingCo vw GGiGirvill We are having some cold snowy weather in this part. D.C. D ck who suffered with pneumonia for seven davs, died at his home on Tuesday of last week He ceme to this county ten years ago from North Carolina and had no relatives here. He leaves a wife and two children. Logan Renner is very low with typhoid fevqr. "Uncle"' James Mize is on the sick list Eli Ping has moved back -- to this' part. He moved from here four years ago to Cor-bi- n where he has been in the employe of tho L. &V N. Hogs are dieing of cholera through this p'sfrVby the dozens. Mrs. E. C. Rice, who has been confined to her bed with fever, is improving slowly. Joe Bullock, deputy assessor, was in this part last week. T. B. Nichols has moved back Irom Tennessee to his place on Buffalo. Sive Coopor, who went from here to Oregon two years ago, haj moved back hme. Y. C Buckner. of Level Green, has moved to A. J Norton's tann on ?enrai ue j! 'U m 0 Incorporated v 77 Z C. T. RIDDLE BRODHEAD, KY. 1 A safe, old fashioned remedy for worms. Seventy-fiv- OS Off f i , 3j j . S : ous FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. (Cesp a bottls always on hand. It w21 help keep the hole ones happy ui; years continue is the best testimonial GRANYILLS OWENS UNERTAKER Ky ITS-- and healthy. 25c a bottle at your drugjisl'j or general store; or if your dea&r can't supply you. send lis name rnd 25c in stamps and we'll send you a bottle promptly. Brodhead m PLETE LINE C65nK, Caskets and Robe Mai!. Telegraph or Te'e phone orders Promptly COM E. m. S. FREY, MO. - 4. Y A; BALTIMORE. ys. COUGHS AND COLDS ARE DANGEROUS Few of us realize the danger of coughs and colds. We consider them common and harmless ailments. However statistics teh us every tuird person dies of a .ung ailmeut. Dangerous bron chial and lung diseases follow a oeglected cold. As your body struggles against cold germs, no 4 oetter aid can be had than Dr. King's New Discovery. Its mer us have been tested by old ana young. In use over 45 years Get a bottle to day. Avaid the lung ailments. risk of serious Druggists. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Mother's Favorite. IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE "I give Chamberlain's Cough Of our dear daughter and sister, Remedy to my children when Mrs. Nanuie C. Lawrence, who they have colde. or coughs.' writes departed this life Dec. 18, lgl4. Mrs. Verne Shaffer, Vandergrift. One precious to our hearts has Pa. It alwavs helps them and is superior to any other cough med gone, icinel qsve used. I advise any A voice we loved is still; Old engine No. 42, a wcod one in need of such a medicine to is vacant in our hearts give it a trial." For sale hy all urner. with a stack as big as a A place Which never can be filled. druggists. liogshead.did most of construction Gone tcr a place of happiness, Where .sorrow and care is o'er; Anchored safe, Where storms are no more. In silence vou "suffered, Patiently you bore. Until God called you, To suffer no more. Ono long, sad ear has passed, But Oh, how we miss you! We miss you from our number, We miss you from your place. We miss your kind and loving hand, Your fond and earnest care; We miss the sunshine of your face, We miss you every where. The railroad station at Barbour-vill- e is about a mile from the business part of the town. One night a sleepy weary traveling man said to Monk Taylor, who was driving him to the hotel. "Old man, why did you put this depot so far from town?" The darkey scratched his head in thought and replied: "Wall, boss, I's lo'ced to admit dat I hasn't give de matter s'ti cient congitation, but jes' jumped up fer a answer like dis: I s'pose dey done dat so as to have de deRockcastle river. 'Possum hides pot as near as possible to de railarea standard article here. Goroad." ing from 40c to 1 each. Filled !: . ' I UNDS5TAKSB i vnKM jHLILljJrJijL arfr Tr Our line of is unexcelh Hand-mad- e uch (asketsj jffins furnished o all j arts of Hearse sent J ,u County w YmJ i All Phone orders by Wire Prompth Filled aLAA Ausw -- W. A. COX, 94-- S M I". VERNON, KY. ptetecouneslnPiano.VcdW. Violin. Organ. 'Cello. FaMlo School Music. Theory. Harmony. Lanuaees. classes la History of Music. Eoumbla Flaylnz and Slcht Reading, both TocalandinstrRBental. Monies tamed. Artist and Muclcnt recital adTaatarea. nltory for girls. Tuition low. For catalog lc!r?i .aUviil ConitruluT el Hailc. Bx 401b. LttlnUU. Kt. An erclnsivo Dingle ecborf Opens September 7th. Cm yi work on this and Richmond branch. Iu 1875-- 6 but one local freight a day was run. It left Living ston one day and came back the next. It made the round trip to Richmond in two days via Rich Capt. George mond Junction. Dudderra were Roberts and Huff brakemen, Wm. Fiddlerengineer, In 1875-- 6 J. C. Florence was tion pumper at Richmond Junction. i?'red Neighbors, Geter Palin , Had a telegraph instrument in and Joe Children, dispatcher-bouse, learned to telegraph. and copyers backt Mr. Lemond ur tank afterwards a dispatcher. C Was in 'his statements until adviser D. Ayers was agent at that point that the visitor was a report and Jim Maret was telegraphing er and that all their conversations at Hiattsville. on the subject would appear in the In 1877 G. D Brownhe was papers, then there was a rush for cover and Bob, the relator, was agent at Livingston. L. Jones at left in the soup to carry the full Pine Hill, James Maret at Mt. Crab load of the blame. Well, it's a Veruou, T. S. Proctor at Anthony at jolly bunch. All good fellows, Orchard and F. J. W. T. Knott at Leba and they not only attend strictly Stanford. forto business but manage to get. non, Andrew Broadus freight M. H. Smith some enjoyment right along with warding agent freight agent at Ninth work. Colds Relieved Without Dosing If you have tried "Internal" medicines without success, we want you to try tho "External" treatment Vick's Salve. Apply hot wet towels over the throat and chest to open thepores,then "rub Vick's in well and cover with a warm flannel cloth. The body warmth releases healing vapors that are inhaled with each breath, and, in addition, Vick's is absorbed through the pores. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. "Vap-O-Rub- " VICK5vg SALVE PAYS HELP YOUR LIVER-- IT When your liver gets torpid and your stomache acts queer, take Dr. King's New Lite Pills and vou will find yourself feeling better. They purify the biood, give you freedom from constipa- Parents, Sister and Brothers. From FUNERAL PROCESSION. The town that never has any thing to df in a public way, is on the way to the cemetery. Any citizen wno will do nothing for his town is helping to dig the grave. A man that curses the town fur nishes the coffin. The man who is so selfish a to have no time from his business to give to city making the shroud, affairs i who will not advertise is l'ht man driving the hearse. The man ho is always pulling back from any public enterprise throws on the grave. The man who is so stingy as to be howliun hard times, preaches the funeral sings the doxology, and thus the town lies buried from all sorrow and care. bo-quets 1 ITtjLVESJTHEJBEST RESULTS. LIGHT, trade ti I HST CORRECT Be SMITHSONIAN I t?l TRUSSl The H CASTOR I A For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of indigestion. You feel line just like you want to feel. Clear the complexion too. 20c at druggists tion, billiousness, dizziness and Jefferson Schooi 3 Law. COMPLETE TWO YEAR COURSE, do-- 1 . T.T. Tl 11th tmf onuu Oct. 3. Sec1 An1.vT.t T.n.ft. Prnarefl f or bars In ill .tat es. Acces8toStcourtsandllargs Self-hel- p Boreau. Tuition, Smithsonian fFruss " cheerfully furnished upon request their && c3k CASTORIA OMldreh ry FOR FLETCHER'S "UllypaTat.e.ForFREEcatatogoeand nand."Bie VUl Dnotona Etching or TLomasJeHenon ready to trame,wrUo Ltwifc, K SUIQTT rENKEBAXEE, Fitted and Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS Th Tanlac 51, Bgnt 'Ptl.ona No. 39 f MT. VERNON, KY. J .- - txat-- m MT. VERNON SIGNAL - ' Give him some PLconix silk sox Christmas from Fish's. Fish's. hats and caps at -- ?r?rz ,i-:- a' g Mt. Vkrxon Ky, Dec 17, J915 Christmas jewelry tor , every- body at Fish's. FOR Don't let. another cold snap catch you without a pair of Fish's 79 24 nortn 23 south 21 South One good Organ, lace boots. practically new. Sarah J. Riddle. F. F. Robbins, of Gum Sulphur cate with SIGNAL bought a car of corn of W) R. The Baptist church will have ol Crab Orchard, at $2 5o their tree on Xmas eve, Friday Gains, per barrel and sold it to Martin night. .. Green, Pineville, Ky. Don't forget the Christmas tree J. R. Hamilton, of Lancaster, at the Court House Christmas Louisvillc & Nashville R. R. Co. sold to Colyer & Vanhook, of Somerset, the timber off a 1400 TIME TABLE. There will be a Christmas tree acre tract of land on Copper 22 iicrtn 5.0" p m for everybody at the Court house creek, this county. up "No. 79 wnen wan to Communi- 79 Sale: Buy For The Man AT m ClkwSr w - 1 J) iAllHy, -- y-- The Man's xrixE "9 Store 2XZ The revival at Baptist church closed Sunday night the i2, conexpensive usetul Xmas gifts ever ducted by Rev. E. H. Barb, of Jas. Landrum, Agent. shown here is at Fish's. Missouri. While there was only Phone No. 8. Be sure and bring your pres- eight additions, six by experience Cntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoBce ents to the Christmas tree at the and two by letter, there was great mail matter. as second-clas- s nterest manifested. Court House Christinas night. 3:56 a m Saturday night. n:48 a id The biggest assortment of in 12:13 a m The prizes were awarded to Squire J. L. Arnold, of LivingMr. and Mrs. J. J. Cook are ston for the best ear of corn, and here from Bell coun ty visiting to Jim Noe, of Spiro. for the largest pumpkin, on display at Fish's relatives Mrs. J.CWest, who has been in Wedxesdav. Louib i'le (or the past mouth, has If you want to use the newsps returned. per man, then remember what Tlnd Drew, the Cooksburg yourobligatioo.is, if you don't need merchant, was here Tuesday on him then it makes no difference. The local newspaper is always business. John McKenzie will move' to ready to do its part, but to get the the Miller farm, which belongs to best, there are some lew things the other fellow must do as well. his son, W A McKenzie Mr Sarah Riddle spent sever THE TOWN YOU JUIVE IN al days with friends and relatives Stand up for it. at Quail and Crab Orchard. Think well of it. U. G. Baker wss in Louisville Speak in its favor, . ' goods for ' - Encourage its industries. last Friday buying more his already mammoth stock. Patrouize its merchants. Alvin Angel, of the Line creek Hurrah for the enthusiastic. Wednesday on Cheer every live enterprise. section, was here See all that is beautiful in it. his way home from Indiana. Chant praises to the good it posMiss Bess Sparks was able to come home from Louisville Satur- sesses. Sing of its wonders, you'll find day. She is gradually improving. it has some. Mr and Mrs. J I' Gentry were Love it, stick to it, the town here Tuesday for the Golden Wed- you live in. M r- - Gentry's, ding celebruliP-hJWelcome improvement, stagha parents. tion's a sin. Jas. Da Vault, one of the faithPraise it and laud it if you ful and tm.stv employes of the L. wish thrift to come. a portion of the week & N-- , One of the leading business men home with his mother. at of the town, after viewing the Mr. J. W. Baer was here from sights presented on Old Main, as Winchester Monday. Mr. Baker it is to d3y, covered with a lot of may sell his business in that town worthless old ba.rnes and shacks,, and return to Mt. Vernon. presented a picture of that once daughter, who lead ng street, as it would and Hayes Clark's has been so very sick, is no bet- sould be, if those unsightly and absolutely worthless buildings ter. were moved away and that street Later: She died last night. used for buildings for different Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cooper, enterprises that would come that who have been visiting relatives way. As it is the only purpose in North CaroMna for the past two thee old barns serve is to furuish weeks, will not return until after a hiding olace tor the boot leggers Xmas. and "bottled in the barn" dispens Howard, of Williams- - ers. Last out not least would reDr. I. R. bursr, visitt-- his muisiti, Mrs. F. move a terrible eye sore to those F. Robins, of Gum Sulphur, last who have occasion to go on Old Dr. Howard is thinkingof Main. R L. McFerron has erectWeek. locating i" Rockcastle ed a building that is a credit to the A small fluid of Mr ard Mrs. street, and there ought to be oth people would be slow to John McNew, of Wildif, had a ers, but convulsion Tuesday which lasted build on a street when confronted from 3 o'clock until 9. The phy- with the sight as presented on sicians say they never knew of Old Main. such a case before. The little WOMAN'S CLUB uary 1. 0 McKenzie's I will, on Thuroday the 23, day Miss Ethyl Davis was with home holly paper or holly boxes if you of Deo. i9i5. at 9 o'clock a. m., at wish. folks Saturday and Suneav. A. J. Sams' place, offer for sale the T. R. Mullins was over from The snow of Tuesday and the following: One cow and yearling, Station Wednesday. Mullins rain of Wednesday night put all some hogs, and household and Terms, A Clay Gentry is here from East roofs in town to leaking, judging kitchen furniture. credit of three months. from the number of complaints St. Louis, visiting his patents. W. M. SaNIs, Adm'r. T. C. O'Mara Vill move to John heard on the streets. Gauley, Ky. residence about JanThe acquisition of Mr. and Mrs. P. Q. Griffin as citizens of our town is an addition of the kind we are always glad to have. Rock- PERSONAL Every thing you buy at Fish's for Christmas will be wrapped in FOR SALE. You Will Find a Better Selection in the Man's Line When You Come to Us Phoenix Silk Sox Suspenders Belts 50 cts 50 cts 25c to 75c '. 25c 25c to $Jf50 25c to $3.00 10c to 50c J doz Rain Coats Kid Gloves Silk Sox $2.00 to $10 $1.00 to $1.50 25c Garters Tie Clasp and Pin.... Cuff Links Linen Handkerchiefs has no better people than they, and Mr. Griffin, who believes in progress, has already castle been of considerable benefit to the town by building and improv ing other property he owns, and in the Spring expects to resume his good work by erecting one or two nice cottages on the lot where the old mill stood. Twice within the last year, a barrel bf wlvtekeylsTacV-- ' fim 0 has been unloa'ded from moving trains between Brodhead and Ma'retburg by. unknown parties. The last bjrrel was only a week ago. The grade is very heavy and the trains ruuvery slowly In some way the robbers have been able to break the seal, open the door, roll out the whiskey and then make their escape, but yet they have never been able to get away with the whiskey and each time it has been reoovered near the point where the same was unloaded from the car. The barrel last week was found by Frank Mullins, who was assisting Special Agent Harlan in the search, hid in a corn shock about two hundred yards from where the barrel struck the ground but on opposite side of the track. If this continues mark our prediction some one or some several will land in the CIVIC LEAGUE. Civic Leages are organizing in many towns and cities of Ken- Arrow Collars Gold Watches $1.50 $7 50 to $35. Neckties, boxed 25c and 50c Suit Cases $2.50 to $5.00 White and Fancy Shirts, 50c to $ 1 .50 Sweaters 50c to $3 Christmas Hats & Caps, 50c to $3. All Wool Suits $15.00 Every ArficTe Put Up in a Fancy Christmas Package Come In and See What a Little Cash Will Do Npiiyr yLUjamMGCj OUTFITTERS TO FATHER AND THE BOYS t -i7. Vet. . -- .uttPh3- w-flj- ai -- jjULkjmisai with friends and neighbors. The result will be a better town, abetter county, better roads, better schools, better chuiches and a better, happier people.. A. G. ,..- - Florida-Cub- a - Ne w Orleans LONG RETURN LIMIT. Lovkll. ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS- - Langdon News . The Woman's Club met. at the Dormitory Friday Dec. lo. The subject for the meeting was "Italian Art." Papers were read by 'Miss Stewart and Mrs. Cleo W. Brown. 4 WINTER TOURIST TICKETS THE SOUTH. STOPOVERS. . I ."7 -- FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE - H. C. KING, Passenger andTicket Agent, 101 East Main Street, --W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio, .: fellow is getting better LOCAL Get some holly at Fish's to dav Let Fish help you decide what to give him for Christmas. Boaudikg House: For any one wanting board during Circuit Court. Rates reasonable. Main Mrs. Sarah J. RIddle, St Holidays via Queen & Crescent Route: Tickets on sale December 17, 18, i9, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 1915. Good returning to reach original starting point before midnight, January loth, 196 Apply to nearest ticket agent for full information. W. A. BECKLER, Gen'l Passenger Agt. , Cincinnati. Ohio. hfteenth century, Riving an in structive paper on the Italian art-st- s Services at Christian Vefcchio, Fitian, Lotto, RaphChurch for Sunday ael, Fintoretto and Guilds Reni By means of the Radioptican .Sunday School 9:45 was rendered more v Preaching bervice 11:00 a.m., the program t "The Light of the interesting. The next regular meeting ol the World." Friday Dec. n club will take place Meeting of Official Board, 3 17. Endeavor 6.30 p.m. Please notice the columns of the Preaching service 7.30 p.m. "Unfaltering Trust." Signal for report of club. G-rott-o, Low Rates for the Christmas tucky and other States. The purpose of such organizations is to iraprovs the civic conditions, elevate the moral tone and promQte education thus bringing thrift, contentment and happiness to our people. Some think that when they join such a league they must at once take up the role of detective and informant that their effici-cienc- y depends upon the number cases they may be able to bring of before the grand jury the number of people they may be able to The meeting of the Woman's indict and convict. of the purpose Club held last Friday m the parleague is that each mem lors of the Langdon Dormitory, of such was thoroughly interesting. The ber should begin at his own ho ue. program, a study iu Italian Art, First put away all grouchi-nes- s in his own family, olean up presented in detail by Miss Stewhis back lots and back yards, make art and Mis. Cleo W. Brown, was splendid. Miss Stewart took the all his premises clean, sanitary subject: 'Florentine Art and'Art-tists,- " tind sightly brighten up and giving an excellent de- - look cheerful and happy himself he feels so..- or scription of the Florentine school whether is as contagious as of arts, aud te'ling how. the Idea of religious teaching by means ot "grouchlness, and when cheerful art was conceived near the middle ness has once establishes itself in of the? .thirteenth century. , A your nature it makes life worth graphic description of many of the the living. Make your friends great Italian pictures was given and neighbors feel that you are Filippo their friend Enough bitterness by Miss Stewart. LiDpi, Boticello. DaViuci and comes into every life at best. Michaei Angelo, were some ol Help them with your cheerfulness, your friendly counsel, and the artists mentioned. in time of real need, offer- - some Mrs. Brown took the art of the - Mr. Allaben, Superintendent of Schools for the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions, visited Langdon the latter part of the week . Miss Donnelly, of Huntsville, Tenn., and Miss Young, of Harlan, Ky., were guests at the Dormitory, coming for a Vorker's Con ference. Rev. Mac Kennan, of Louisville, occupied the pulpit of the 'I saw a hoop snake drink a gallon of sweet milk out of a crock in my cave one time." says Sam Cox, the string tale man, whose confidence we shall hold sacred on account of the splendid reputation for truth and veracity he now en OLD joys. "The snake then crawled out of the cave, stuck his tail in ZjLJXyxL2&J?. xJlJK-&-k- his mouth rolled down the hill. He lost controll of himself and could not put on the brake, so he skidded against a small sapling Presbyterian church Sunday. When I and had a 'blow-out- '. There will be a Christmas litergot down the hill there on the ary program given at the Dor mi- ground lay the punctured remains tory Thursday Dec. 23. of his snakeship and beside him a School will close for the holiday pound of butter." recess Thursday, Dec. 23. Miss & Stewart and Miss Turner will reis uneasy sensaThe tootheache main at the school. The other tion in the human jaw which at teachers will spend their vacation Miss times can hardly be told'from teal at their several homes: disKy.; pain. There are seventy-tw- o Beck, Smith's Grove, Miss Coulson, Louisville; Miss tinct causes ot toothache, any one L30C3CSe30Cfe Newberry, Inez, Ky.; Miss Estep, of which will give a Pittsburg, Pa.; Miss Krohn, Bran husband the disposition of a don Miss, and Miss Bradley, Texas coyote. Danville, Ky. JONAS McKENZiE THE RELIABLE XSMJ--"'- k j A Merchandise good line of General ft .M sweet-tempere- d DfLy: o4pq$ppcx rXX3KX m9 Office in Residence Si-l- c Farm Implements xxc &C$r & W. T. FRANCIS DSNT5ST 3 Is Here A LL THE TIME if ,t?i THE OLD RELIABLE Old Maid Street. ' .i I) 1; ' i thing more substantial. for the town: When you have put your own house in order, work in let there be improving the cleaning and streets let there be convenient hitching places for those coming in from the country, plenty resting places for them, and plenty of good, pure, plan water to drink. Make them feel that they are spending a free, pleasant hour Now. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR Shopman (to boy who has asked for a penny's worth of pills) Do you want them in a box? Boy Yes, of course. Think I'm going to roll 'em 'orae? J.tVfleCLftRY Subjec p.m.-.Christia- Subject: I Jersey heifer calf, left the pasture of A T. Fur dhet-d- , orae time in Oc nish. '0')er. Ltiend rpward for her A. T Furnish, uNDERIAKLH and tMBALMtR retu 11. Brodhead, Ky. Nov. 26. 3t KY.- New Siberian Scans and caps o match, at Druinmond's store am r lBETHURUM & . LEWIS:. Livingston, Ky. .., J Attorneys at Law That good Chocolate 25c to 5 a box. She will ask you if it come Will practice in all the Courts from Drummond's. I Omces m uetnurum xnag. A seven-months-ol- Lost, Strayed or d Stol-e- : STANFORD, : - &;?,i&i--.-.,&m- m P .VI . -- WTT. 3U SH.RIF'.'S SALE FOR uivinrston Iliwlt'S tack Hodge, J W I DD S5 TAXES. I, or one of deputies. Will oiler fnr sale at, the front door of the 3 81 35 50 Ingle, Irfinkj-n- r i jo - p Sale. Anniversary of The following historical scraps the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. H. Defendant. 4 PG 50 !y wi' ue of a'iudjrmeub, aud are furnished by Jim Maret, pres C. Gentry, highly respected citiCourt House, in Ml. Vernon, Kv. May, Chas 83 lrJ Monday, Dec 27, 1U15, the Miller, Sam on 5"dor o.f .. ale in the. above styled ident of Boone "Way Association, zens of our town and county, and a "V , 2 75) .. 3 Willie 1 .lluuii' . mm uc HUUtJrbliJUUU MilSlfjr Mt. Vernon, who p'ct them up bountiful dinner was served at t tracts of land to satisfy Morris, Major 0 28 Mullins, .. .. wen Monday, while searchiug old records to their home in honor of the occalli- .V.AJ !. llic ld.v UU ,!, - r,.nnH- anH State Mullins, Bill 2 85 Commissioner will on said land. 1 3 45 December 27, 1915, at the front learu of the life and activities of sion. MuClnic, Pate An invitation was extended (JAM MULLINS. vS. R.C. Napier, Alice 3 62 door of the Court House, in Mt. the great frontiersman and Ind;an 20 to all, and those who attended The Kind You Dave Always Bought, and which has heen 34 14 Vernon, Kentucky, between the tighter. Daniel Boone, in New Livingston Coal Co., 180a whose know how appropriately the day in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of Oliver, L M. Town lot in hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 honor the great highway has been was celebrated. The same table Precinct No 1. and has heen made under his 8 05 Livingston Tax & No Name sonal supervision since its infancy. o'clock p m , it being a regular named: with which the host and hostess 4 85 7 Overboy, Simon S'&CcJU'ZZ Cost Allow no one to deceive you in this. Acres "Christopher Carson, generally began house-keepinCounty 9 10 term of the Rockcastle 42 Overboy, J F a ' are hut Ail Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-goAdams, Jsnnie, Town lot in Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of 50 5 70 Court, the undersigned Commis known as "Kit" Carson, the most Overboy, J W ago was loaded with good $67 38 Mt. Vernon Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 7 13 sioner will offer for sale the fol100 famous mountaineer, trapper and things to eat, so well prepared and 2B0 Overlxy, John Allison, Franklin 50 5 69 lowing 5 29 Robinson, Leander' 50 50 Baker, Wm. described tract of land guide in the last two thirds ot a as artistically arranged that it was 4 96 Sanbrooks, G D. Town lot in 20 BobUl O. P. located in Rockcastle County, century, was a native of Madison beautiful to behold. Mr. J. W. Livingston 5 14 6 48 Cheek, Charlie 2 on the waters of Dix county, Kentucky, born on Tate's Brown acted as Master of CereCastoria is a harmless 3Uhstitute for Castor OH, Parep 47 Kentucky 70 Gus 4 21 Stewart, 10 Kirby, J. Q. goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. It 30 4 57 River and described as iollows : creek, December 24, 1809, and monies, and while nearly a bund-re- d Thomas, Shade 8 88 Sychentyler, Alex 80 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Jfarcotic 50 5 31 Beginning at a stone near a died at tf'ort Lynn, Colorado, May 4 gO Tyree, Arch friends and relttives gathered Jknvder, Wm, 1 substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms 5 70 branch and road and being a cor- 28, 50 JO 73 Vaughn, Al and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it 1868, aged 58. Col. Wm. aroued the festal board, delivered Stephens, W. F. 60 57 ner to J. C. Howard, Widow RobWesterfield, D N 3o has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Rodes, of Richmond, (who was a very beautiful and fitting talk, Precinct No. 2. Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and Woodson, John Town lot in aud Nat Hoskms' land; the c; erts Acres Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,, 11 running with Nat Moslems' line still living at that place in i873j, in which he recalled the earlier Livingston Baker, Delia, Town lot in assimilates the Food, giving healthy and nataral sleep. f Kf.LVI pj r Cf i 16 27 York, C C 160 Liio? o poies ana si? units to a remembers seeing Kit on horse days of the.se good p ople. and 31 85 Mt. Vernon Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. pine; thence NG E 20 poles to a back behind his mother, as his paid just tribute to the noble ex Precinct No. 8. 17 90 Bealeyt Mrs. R. S 100, 1914-1- 5 3 43 pine; thence N27-J- K13 poles and father, Lindsay Carson, and fam- ample they hav6 lived before the 6' 10 96 Arnold, RE 100 Pish, Volicy GENUINE ALWAYS a white-oak- ; thence ily started on their tour of emi- world. He 5 82 8 links to 40 5 70 Bradley, Henry 40 Harris, J. J, reminded that while white-oak- ; N21 E16 poles to a 6 96 Hall, G W 78 8 72 30 Helton, Howard gration to the then far wes', now they were on the shadowy side of Bears the Signature of 7 21 thence Nl 2 E924 poles to a white 60 25 5 70 Harper, Tom Menefee, It. S. life, toward the going down of the oak, dog wood and maple point- Howard county, Missouri. Acres 1 5 53 Price, G. C. (nr) At 12 young Carson joined a sun, they enjoyed a blessing that Nicely, Ap 75 4.64 ers by the side of a road and a , Town lot in Stoaks, J. branch; thence up said road, with hunting expedition, which gave comes to people only once in life, Nichols, TB 30 3.28 29 22 Mt. Vernon Norton, Horaoe Thompson, J. E , Town lot in 6.82 Hoskins line, to a white oak, sup him a taste for wild life on the and to very; veryfewat all. In the 50 posed to be a line tree, iu J. F 25 24 Norton. J M & Co. 1759 Mt. Vernon 109 .53 plains he never could change; re name of all assembled he wished Rentier, M P 4.55 Walins' line, at a short curve in was eight years a 35 Precinct No. 3. trapper, eight them many years of happiness yet HosRoberts, Jas 75 5.70 said road; thence leaving said "Branforth, A. H. 1 96 3 north-eas- t years more hunter for Eent's to come and ask the guests to join line, running Sears, P O, 4 19 kins' 25 G 51 Baker. G. W. 45 with J. F. Wallin' line to a chest- tort, then guide in the celebrated him in drinking the health of their Swinney, Nath 93 6.0 Berry, H. C. 14 6 04 a In Use For Over Years Taylor, Bettie 125 5.53 nut oak, corner to Bordes' land; explorations of Lieut John C. host and hostess in pure water, 10 0 Boyd, M. V. 38 thence with Hordes' line to a rock, THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITV. Taylor, J P 25 3.05 Blanton, Pearl 60 15 74 a corner to the Luskf tract, now Freemont, Lieutenant in rifle emblematical ot the purity of their Warren. Albert, nr .42 2.49 2 Crider. B. G. 4 15 by John Payne; thence corps, U. S. army 1847; U. S. lives. After which the host and Whitaker, H L 50 6.57 owned Chasteen, K.T. 40 9 56 with said Lusks' line to J. C. Indian agent in New Mexico i853 hostess were each presented with Precinct No. 9. 2 Dalton, W h 3 SO Howaids' line kuown as Berea in the Federal army during the a piece of gold, the purest of met5S 4.90 College land; thence with same 3 90 Brown, S G 15 Dalton, Ellen to civil war, rose to colonel, then als, as an emblem of the day being 3 . 3 01 150 DaltoB, H P 14 74 Bustle, Larkin the widow Roberts' line; thence 4.57 with same to the beginning, con- brevet brigadier general, and in celebrated, and as a slight token of Durham, J W 3 97 Reynolds. Jas. heirs. 75 Thompson, C W ....30 7.59 taining 390 acres more or less. Fink, Bruce nr) 100 11 55 I865 resumed bis Indian agency. the esteem of those present. The Griffith, Nora 9 96 112 Precinct No. 10. Terms of sale will be made on a He was cue of the pioneers of the .eremonies closed with a touching to Keep Criffin, Wm 202 16 60 Adams, Ellen 30. . 4 00 wool trade in California, in 1853 piayer by Rev. H, T. Young. 5 Hensley, Jo J . 10 3 75 Belew, RM 2M credit of six months. The purConstantly Before 6,5oo This, however; did not end the 3 4. 20 chaser or purchasers will be re- drove across the plains Huff, H M 27 3 55 Brock, Samuel Boyd, Jas 7 Kirby, J W 5.46 quired to give bond with approv- sheep, an enterprise ot great haz- celebration, as many will testisy 75 9 68 9119 Bovd, J M Hg (5 57 McCollum, Bailie 13.53 ed surety, payable to the under- ard and immense results. 30 He who stayed and ate until almost Brock, Jas 95 13 27 Noe, Wm 137 V 85 signed Commissioner and hearing was umarkable as a judge ot In- dark. It was pleasure to those Brown, W R 36 I1.74 Northern, Rebecca You 1 15 Your interest at the rate of six per cent dian character and for his influ- present to see the joy of this couple Pullins, Geo 21 5 70 Brown, Jas, nr. Town lot In trodden life's weary Brodhead G.4i per annum from date of bond un- ence with and control over the In- who have Rice, Arthur 16 6 49 Burton, Hattie, heirs 74 Rich, Nancy 10.06 til paid and having the force and dians; and to the day of his death, road together for half a century, 40 4 10 150 33.36 effect of a judgment. Roberts, Jeff 3 3 59 Benton, Linda was noted for his modesty. sharing equally its joys and sor Robinson, Arthur 30 3o 4 72 Crank, Andy 4.79 rows, and looking ever to that Care Is Prepared G. S. Griffin, M.C.R C.C. Saylor Heirs 40 5 3 44 D2bord, C D 4.1O beyond. No doubt Samuel Estill, a younger brother greater life Sparks, Robt 4 2 91 Denney, Jos T 40 5. 70 of Capt. James Estill, and cele fifty years seems a long time to Thomas, M D 9 4 19 Delauey, Bettie 5o WAR UPON PAIN 2.35 them, when they began it, but Thomas, Cainer 18 ' 4 19 Evans, John E. Town lot m 5 eS fc$5 e e5 4 e w 5 ft Paid is a visitor to every home brated Indian fighter, came to Es J J J & J sj Se5 5 Thomas, G C 50 5 70 ; Brodhead 4 . S2 and usually it comes 'quite till Station in I701. He. lived to very short as they look back over Titus, AW 500 12 46 Freman, David ....25 3.08 But you are prepared be an old man, quite as remarka ihe intervening years. They reWren, Lee s 7 72 Harris, Wm 53 3.46 for every emergency if you keep ble for his size as in early life for ceived many presents as kind reHarris, Mary E., nr. 50 2 51 a small Precinct. No. 4. bottle of Sloan's Linea- his active braverv. It took a side member ances of admi.ing friends Hicks, I J 40 7.21 ment handy. It is the greatest Anglin, Martha B 100 31 76 Four of their six Halcomb. Margaret. 35 of leather to make him a pair of and relatives. 5.14 pain killer ever discovered. Calvin, Henry Sim55 16 12 living boys were present and en IS; When he joined the Bap Cain, SS 3.2s ply laid ou the skin no rubbing boots. 30 4 96) Howard. Americus. . 25 35 iO 23 required Camron, WD 50 it drives the paiu away tist church and was immersed, it jojed the day, the other two being 10 40 Laswell, RE 50 Mr. Gentry Cope, Samuel 32 7.21 It is really wonderful. 4 96 Leece, Jack required the strength and assist- unable to attend. Cope, J S 130 7 98 Marlow, J J. Town lot in H. Soister, Berke- ance of twelve men to baptise him has kept a register of all the Mervin H. guests, there being too many to Croucher, Tom 8 10 74 Brodhead....'... 3.20 ley, Cal. writes: "Last Saturday seated in a chair. His weight at repeat here. Metcalf, C G, nr 59 Croucher, Cood 5.o4 after tramping around the Pana75 7 61 30 death was 412 pounds. Croncher, EG 4.46 ma Kxpositiou with 2 Mr. aud Mrs. Gentry wish to 3 67 Mink, EM wet feet, I m .m Jlonigal, Stella W. 25 Sidney Croucher, 75 say they greatly enjoyed the occar 7 21 2.35 came home with my 4 neck so stiff Drew, C and Wm 3 06 m 62 sion with their many friends who 4 02 Oliver, Elizabeth... 60 that I couldn't turn. I applied The Kentucky University, with came and to express their high KS3 ZtSi'r'l Proctor, Ollie E ... 15 Gadd, John G 2,49 29 4 19 fgJ&'A Sloane's Lineameut freely and which, in i865, Transylvania Uni 28 Gadd, Harrison 3.90 50 6 49 Proctor, Alice appreciation for both your presto bed. To my surprise went Gadd, John S 28 8.33 3 72 Rigsby, Ricaard ... 38 next morning tha stiffnees had al- versitv was cousolidated,originat-e- ence and presents. Roberts, Lustha 67. ., Gald, Caleb 5 91 40 5 62 about 183(5, in an ef most disappeared, four hours U6 Hampton, S A 7.21 175 10 08 Ross,LD Bapiist MRS. McLAlN'S EXPERIENCE second application I was fort of the Reformed 25 Hill, E J 4.17 60 10 2J Saylor, Joe J WITH CROUP as good as new." or "Christian" denomination Hollinworlh, Wm 30 5 70 Shelton, P A. Town lot in March 1915. At Druggists. 25c. to establish a college at George "When my boy Ray, was smal Brodhead. ... Rollinworth, G V 40 10.80 6 51 Our natiou is composed of a luxury-lov-Mi- g Martin, Walter 60 16 12 Slusher, D B 6.1 town, Scott county The feeble he was subiect to croup, and I was alwaj'S alarmed at such time. o people, careless of cost and Miller, S J 30 3 59 smith, E J school thus initiated, under the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Miller, F F 40 7 2i Spoonamore, Oscar 40 i0.25 reckless of expenditure, with the lack reproved far better than any other The undersigned strictly forbid hunt- name ot Bacon college, was 63 Miller, W L 50 S.88 4 19 Spoonamore, Jas of realisation what wise economy iu i84o, fortius trouble. It always re17 Miller, W G 50 8 12 button, J M 2Ai ing or trespassing on their lands and moved to Harrodsburg means. will prosecute, to the extent of the law, and virtually abandoned in 18SO. lieved nira quickly. I am uever Rowleth, Wm 10 4 07 Vanhook, L M. Town lot in Seals, W N Brodhead 15 7.17 all violators. Oneof its alumni, John B. Bow- without it in the house for I know 3 82 If that be so, let us endeavor lo it is a positive cure for croup." Wiggins, Jos S. . . 10O Sexton, May Wade" Hunt, 79 10.49 10 66 man, actuated by a singular zeal writes Mrs. W. R McClain, Blairs mold our habits and desires as wisdom Spires, Sarada 18 2 35 Precinct No. il. and self devotion, dedicated his ville, Pa. For sale by all dealers. dictates, and prepare ior future emerVj n vinkle, Lewis COLDS NEED ATTENTION 25 3 28 Allen. Jane 4 5o 55 life and energies to the work of gencies and opportunities aud open an . -Weob, W E 130 Anglin, R Land J W.64 6 61 2.44 Internal throat and chest troub erecting on these ruins a great account NOW in Ballinger, Julia 40 Precinct No. 5. 2 49 lesproluce inflamation, irritation Jones, W S loo Allen, C E H.35 swelling or soreness and unless university, in the full sense of the 75 7 59 io Abandoning his farm and 68 cheeked at once, are likely to lead word. Allen, Arch 100 8 44 joruan, Ktiy of Vernon Johnsou. John 60 6.S2 to serious troubie. Ash, A 222 12 51 Caught in professional aims, personally preMorris, W H 2o 3.45 time Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey sented to the minds of the people Bowls, Mat 96 7 21 AIT. VERNON, KY. m McGuire, Willie 25 3.82 loosens the phlegm and destroys Carpenter, F C 50 14 43 of Kentucky the claims of liberal Peters, WBP 69 5.70 the germs which have settled in Coffey, Mary 125 8 sO Precinct No. 12. Creech, Monroe the throat and nose. It is sooth- education, with such success that 50 4 19 Barnes, W M 4 4.57 ing and healing. Drew, Elizabeth 40 Pine is antisep- in i50 days he obtained $i5o,ooo 2 49 Cox, Chas 1, 3.43 tic; honey is Durham, J T 35 soothing both to- - to endow the university which he 3 42 mm Cottingin, Mary 60 7.56 orptMQr IincQOCC HVnollotif. moflir.nl Hampton. Louis 130 7 42 proposed to establish on a "mod.. Fisher, Jas... 15, 3 Hardin, Silas qualities for fighting cold germs. 30 4 i9 Holsing, JP em American Christian basis." 40. 16.29 Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine Howard, Martha 61 6 65 Tar Hon- - Under a liberal Mount Vernon Monumental Johnson, Gay D 112 charter granted in 4o2 cy. 25c ell druggists. Martin, Bill 61 08 Lamb, Matilda ,6 65 3.00 February 1858, by the Legislature 50 McCrackin, Thos 4 96 Lay, 5o John 4.19 McGuire, Chas 40 .WORKS Bacon College was merged in Ken 4 50 Pencil, Mary 62 2 14 Morris, Jas 40 7 61 tucky University; and the College Prewitt, S P, nr. ...60 4.53 Robinson, Eddie 100 8 63 of science literature, and arts, Robinson, J R 6 of and 3.43 Singleton, W G 25 4 19 Robinson, S J 82 opened at Harrodsburg- - in Sep- rVlDEALER in Marbles and s 72 Spoonamore, Wm 30 2 49 4.ig Swopshire, Henry.. 3o Rev. Carmical is very sick tember i859 with nearly 2oo stu"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I Have; reWeaver, Jas 50 5 39 Wyrick. Granite Monuments of all 5o Jae 3.49 with grippe. The series of meetceived from the use of Thedford's writes dents. Mr. Bowman also raised Precinct No. 6. Williams, M L 40 Estimates furnished kinds. 4.05 ings held at iMt. Pisgah, closed Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. $5,000 to purchase aparatus, and Adams, J J 105 21 79 Williams, Thomas. ..2o 5.70 "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, with eight additions to $00,000 with which to purchase as on application. Anderson, J H 16 7 21 HO Wo THIS? liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht Rev. James Barnes had a work- the site, the celebrated HarrodsBnrneth, Boone 25 7 70 GEO. OWENS Propr. We offer One Hundred Dollars saved my little girl's life. When she had iha measles, Dooley, Ance and Joe, for 1914 ing last Thursday. Born Decern- - burg Springs, with 200 acres of 6 14 Reward for any case of Catarrh 70 Helton, Charley 7 04 they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ner 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Price land, and erect thereon university Pone 112 .Jones, Mat 25 Black-Draug- ht 4 19 that cannot be cured by Hall's a girl. made them break out, and she has lad no Rev. Carmical sold a calf buildings, but he was defeated. Jordon, J B 13 3 82 Catarrh Cure. more trouble. I shall never be without ' C. 70 Miller, A J 6 82 Hall's Catarrh Cure has been to Wm. McClure for $15. Mrs. The civil war also greatly impeded J. B. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon, the progress of this enterprise, Mullins, Lula 100 6 42 taken bv catarrh suffers for the ATTORNEY-AT-LA20 Mullins, J T 18 01 past thirty five years, and has be- spent Monday with Mrs. Charles and the college edilice and much MT. VERNON. KY. of the aparatus was destroyed by Sharp, W T 8 4 19 come known as the most reliable Carmical, at this placP. fire in February i864. remedy for catarrh. Hallls Ca Tredaway, Henry 2 On 2nd. floor f 4 94 Miss Ella Price is very sick. In this juncture Mr. Bowman, The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church tarrh Cure acts thru the blood on Christmas will Precinct No. 7. soon be here again wno was giving his own time and street. Special attention given the mucous surfaces, expelling Browning, W M 25 5 31 the poison from the? blood and and little boys and girls .will all energies to the great work with- - to collections. in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headaclte, dizziBaker, Link 75 11 00 healing expect ,njce presents from Santa out charge, a."d at the sacrifice of Phone No. 80. the deseased portions. Bustle, Lillie 25 own pecuniary interests, had 2 35 ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and a similar After you have taken Hall's ClauserEarnest Barnes spent his "Bullock, T P i25 6 45 propositions to remove theuniver-- 1 Thursdry with Homer Carmical.! sity to Lexin gfon, Louisville or ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itsK a safe, 14 Clark, J H 4 56 Catarrh Cure for a short time you We are having some very rough Coviugton. Collins, Jas 50 4 i3 will see a great improvement in reliable, gentle arid valuable remedy. ; Conover V 70 Cor, J B 6 92 your geueral health. Start taking weather at present. There is a That from Lexington was acIf you suffer from any of these comolainfs."irv"ttutr Dickcrson. J H, Town lot in Hall's Catarrh Cure at once and great vdeal ot sickness in this cepted, and an act of the legislaDraught It is a medicine of known merit SSy-fiv-e get rid of Catarrh. Send for tes- neighborhood. MT. VERNON, KY Livingston 49 16 ture completed the work'of estabtimonials, free. years of splendid success proves its value. fSood' Fields, J A 9 06 38 1914-1- 5 lishing Kentucky University over Fron tRooms over Baker's - tore for P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Phone 49-24 Frady, J H young and old. For sale evervwhere. Price 4 98 .the disappointed hopes and, .ruins X SfcTS?1" W1t FLETCHER'S " Sold by all Druggists, 75c. dk Gentry, J E (nr), Town lot in . of Transylvania. Little, Mark 14 Jones. John King, Mat 35 v 20 GUY WALLiN, &C, J 5 ft j Vs ; Commissioner's 4 IiOUKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Emma Wallin. ) '. Plaintiff: Guardian nf i "i &c-- , KIT CARSON, GOLDEN WEDDING. Kentucky University and Other Early Kentucky History. THUUSDAY, Decemher 14th was Children Cry for Fletcher's M&rtin, H L 7G 4ft lyWai.luj, 1 - .. g half-centur- y od What is CASTORIA - 71 . 1 1 T-h-e - CASTORIA 2L&&& This Bank Wishes The End You Have Always Bought 30 I r,f r business For It And To unex-peciedl- y. I Peoples Bank 000 000 Mt. Vernon Kentucky 5? -- I m d e 9 TisijSaid q- POSTED The Bank Mt. mm O-O- -O 2 1 m.m S mm j Hpwll the-church Manufacturers V Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," William, W, BLack-Draugh- T PcC33eC3ieGCC PH Dentist 4 S. -- Children Oiy eASTOR1.4i ycyyicSfc iitm