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Wedding bells will ring Listen. The stockholders of The Brodhead Fair Association will meet at the Bank Hall, J.uiuiry 1, t. Esxahiiiiied !8B7 Tzmzsza; sNsr.3&jBS. vi. - NUMBER 15 merchants, was heie Monday with Mr. and Mrs. his shoe sjinplcs. .J. H. Owens an? both on the sick list this week. Mrs. Fred Baker, of It Vermin, i visiting her par- en Is, Mr.-anMrs. Daniel Ponder, Mrs. F. M. Marshbanks was in London between trains Tuesday. Marion Hamlin, of Ea-- t Hernstadt is with relatives here. - Mrs. S. O. Franklin, who has been at Berea for the past five weeks was here between trains TueMtay en route home to Mt. Vernon. Atty and d -- .atmitiBTOTaaMmaBain 3 4 I ' I 4 AEik ss I holder should be present. Miss loe Davis, of Mt. Ver-o- n, is with her sister, Mrs. Walter Robins, this week. Miss Eliza- beth Storm was in Mt. Vernon, J. E. Wallin, Saturday evening, Wednesday; between trains. -- J. B. The prize was awarded Miss Bes- Frith was in East Bernstad. sie Sproule and Dewey Sowder. Tuesday; on businers. All report a pleasant evening Miss Elizabeth. Stornj tendered her resignation u the Graded School Board about three weeks ago to take effect Christmas, Mjss Storm is a splendid teacher C C. Franklin, L. & N. watch and her resignatien came as a inspector, was here between great surprise to her many friends trains, Tuesday, but could not here. Jobnie. the youngest son enlighten us on the whereabouts of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sowder, of our old. frieod James Maret fell while playing on the school Well. Chri tmas will goon be here giounds Monday dislocating his Some will Icok for- gifts and some arm. He was attended, bv D,rs. will give gifts. We wish everyGiqyejy ad. Carter. While he is body, and especially every readei suffering considerably it is hoped of the Signal, a Merry Christmas y and a Happy New Year. that he will be opt in time to Will some of ftp fun that boys like Griffin, of Bakersfield, Mo., a johnio looks forward, to at this brother of G. S. Griffin, will visit season, Jim Boyd, who lives in Livingston, Dec. 24th. This is his theHiatt section, lost his residence first visit for fifteen years. Ht and the entire contents by fire, wih likely stay several days, as he Monday. No insurance. Dura has a lot of relatives in. this count Reynolds, of Garrard county, ar and it will fcaljn some time to set rived Thursday to yiit relatives them all. George Johnson, who here. JJe lives with Mr. and Mrs was once one of Mt, Vernon's -- with her mother and other relatives here. Mr. Owens, who has a position in the Bardstown Graded school, arrived Thursday. Mrs. A. T. Furnish was in Mt. Vernon, Saturday, between trains. Miss Myrtle Bryant, of Mt. Vernon, was the guest of Miss Clyde Watson, Friday and Saturday. A masquerade party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tol6 at 1:00 pm Every stock- - LVJH.g"sleji Mrs. P k Gentry oJ m Vern n, Were visiting Mr and Mrs. G. S. Griffin of this place. A few nigb:s - en-Jo- . ago, while two or three clerks were waiting on the trade at Marshbanks' . restaurant, some party or parties" walked in and stole a cigar machine an made good their escape. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rambo were .in Louisville, Tuesday, shopping. - Mrs. Earl Rioe, of Lebanon Junction, was visiting her parents, Dr and Mrs. W. T. Amvx, Sunday. J. R. Tuesday, Mink was in Louisville. on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Catlin. of Lebanon, visited thetl-son-, I. W. Catltn, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J H Clark and children re visiting relatives at Anville, county, this week. Jrcssoii Dillon, of London, was in lames ur town Vedneda on business. -- Mr-, and M rh. C L. H u g hes a re ho proud parents ot their first born, a tine girl. -- H AT THIS STORE SUITABLE FOR EVERYBODY. "- There has never been shown m this town such beautiful presents, yet reasonable prices. Come torday and -"' acb t; -- TMAS GIFT '" " II NEVER HA et us show you, or send us your MAIL ORDER. DONE 3jQ3&33x5p; gjpg&ps&p. 3cC"Cft3CafcX S 1 RBA Cuff and Waibt Pins Ear Drop Tie Clasps Lingerie Clasps Bib Holder Jewelry Cross THIS LIST CAREFULLY " . -- q G 1 thin Men's Suits Boy's Suits Overcoats Ladies' Suits Ladies Coats TOY Iron Banks Animal Banks Sewing Sets Blocks Spg. XC&DZ&F TOYS King Pop Guns Chairs Rockers Two Big Retail Stocks to Close PRICES LOWER THAN Y HlUfc-- $ EVER.-- , Book Marks Sewing Sets Manicure Sets Desk Sets Telephones Millinery Flannel Horses Linen Handkerchiefs Rattlers Initial Handkerchiefs 'Stoves Scarfs Ladies Kid Gloves Men's Kid Gloves Suit Cases Pocket Punch Bag House BAKER'S BIG POPULAR b1 UK-- t OT Mutt & Jeff Bank Coon Jigger Wheel Barrows Doll Buggies Mechanical Toys tne PtUPLb. - j K BoxJ0cto$I Jumping Toys Tea Sets . p , Nail Files Letter Openers Knife & Chain Case Bracelets Necklaces Lavalliers Colored Balls Hand Bags Trunks" Shoes Cap Pistols Flash Light Camera Cumbac Toy Spiders Doll Houses All Ready for Christmas With the G ran d es Stocks of al! Kinds of Merchandise We Have Ever Shown t ', & fc 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 Watches and Clocks Millitary Brushes Hat Brushas Desk Sets Smoking Sets Hosiery Purses Hats and Caps Neckwear Shirts Rain Coats Bath Robes Boy Scout Watches and Harps Toy" Jumping An Entire Building Filled With Napkins Knife, Fork & Spoon Santa Claus Masks Shaving Outfit Go Carts Miraor, Comb, Brush Books, bound Candles, Wagons Pianos, Trunks Tool Chests -5 um ir a 0 Santa Clause s rsrrr2 Headquarters. ;;' An Entire Building For Rugs Towels 2X Work box . , -- gyyA-TNTA s tvr ,.v. We havent space to mention but a few of our big We Sell FURNITURE and Every Thing Else LOWER; FURNITURE Than The OTHER FELLOW. .w. mm I MJ NIK ft' 'i"i'iiii rmiTmiM mw ci . ww MHt. ill LEADERS IN LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING, XMAS ARTICLES kAT3HFrUT1List with riihWM ' Start.Your Xmas 8 The plot is a good one, and an interest in it. Just lollowing is sure to please The proceeds the Christmas tree, and the exerare to be used for the benefit of cises that go to make it enjoyable- the Baptist church. Don't forget will be the Carson &. Whplrlnr. Club the date. Beginning at 6:00 shovW These gentlemen "pHE Brodhead have liWI will present next Tuesday o'clock p. m , Pnday(today), there goneWJhe expense to put on an evening, December 29th, a play will be a Christmas 'tree at the extra show for this occasion, and entitled "Crawford's Claim on Graded School building. This we hope they will be rewarded Nugget Nell, the Pet of Poker tree is for eery body, that is with a "ftillJiouse'X Mrs. Byron Flat". This is a western play, a everv body is invited to patronize Owens, of Bardstown, . arrived Four Act Drama, full of life and it, and should feel that they have Saturday to spend the Too Busy to Write Advertise ments. Figure for your own': in. tprA.Qt. and Onmft to Wm "") ?v. iredkesiGl. Dr-amati-c fun, imtLmxm mMtfiZSrM. i PHOENIX pyof : : xf 3$3&y& .j&r- ' - -- .: ujg3oq3ccg SILK HOSE ! s MT. VERNON KENTUCKY holidays ( . ; - & I-- I T 13 PADiD yxaa gnawiat - M I". VERNON SIGNAL,'0 .1AT avvi rjj . arr. aw en n - ATl. AID .LAW i. tJ CCJP JT4fciI Ai JH! SCARQJjy.OF. QUAIL ! 1- Sk I I: v." ." -- ": - is' I - i.- - ,ii'i. if: ft v v' i At , jI-0;wh- -- I .,,. 'J&frfj TtUes A fifth. 7li aftsT" MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 53 Pt31 ,"K- THE SPlRir OF CHRISTMAS. all the varied sounds of ear.tb, however discordant, blend into one harmonious strain. That well illustrates the spirit of Christmas, which is that of peace and harmo- It te said that in the tipper air 1 the world become subdued when ny. . The discords and rivalries of rig'its against O. O. t'. ay. JenH-.'- I tnt, 'Cov'CiTiioeht aH.c -- ' -- . In- - . "M.son ilidCOVr . v'T that l.UVi l'd!itilU'a of jroiuji to ":n rilifin tN; v Lciiis.'uiioii Also Will Re Quail v. ule. bcins sold in the lurtLcra f "tri 'TrTWgSBMg,,SMMBrMKrnST'itMMI administration in ilio n. Llssci.ied At Good Roads and easto'fn'mar'.vets, nr..l that lliese trU"1, bu' nc luiu.j. xvaiural. if birds had been shippexl !.i vljlat'.ou Of 4 HPHIS ad. is directed at the Meeting. f .i? 1 man who has all the the federal laws covering Interstate cave business in hit line in lW the rovi.siur vu shipments of game. of good roads a In tii: ;i.U-rea-t this community. irill tl;r nniiirv the lnsl hone- The commission firms distributing J Mr. Merchant You say it I :is known m the l.it halt i en iu ting will bet held December these birds were all prosecuted, and you've got it all. You're sellby tracing 'the shipments to the firms, 9. under the auspices of the Cen tur.v; ing them all they'll buy, any)d Roads Association in the Government officials discovered how. But at the same time For the banking ana currency tueky Go that great quantities of the quail had you would like more business. act which has abolished panics, the auditor uni of the Seelbach come from Kentucky; in fact, 150,000 Q Make this community buy Hotel, between the hours of 9 were shipped out of Kentucky in 1911, stabilized business, taken, money 13,700 being shipped from two points more. 3 from Wall street and sent it back o'clock in the morning and in Gallatin county. J Advertise strongly, consistInvita All of the parties making illegal to be used on farms and in work- o"clock in Uie ently, judiciously. shipments were tried in the federal J Suppose you can buy a lot shops, ond even stood the stjain tions to attend this meeting have courts of Kentucky and convictions been sent broadcast over the of washtubs cheap; advertise of the world war? ' followed in every case. The United a big washtub sale in this paStates Government knew, in a general For refusing ,to recognize State to commerciatorganizitions, per. Put in an inviting picwere'being Huerta and help thaV 'ufurderous County Judges, County Attor- way ,that shipments in this work, made ture of a washtub where as in from Kentucky, but people can see it the minute dictator fasten his bloodstained neys. Fiscal Courts, members of , other branches of the Government, Legislature and the press The they desired to help only those states they look at your ad. Talk rule on Mexico? strong on washtubs. And a la"ge who were making an honest endeavor For winning .back the confi- responses to date indicate you'll find every woman in to help themselves. peo- attendance of good roads enthusi dence of the ivt ao Lite cumuiuu yiai.iii.c ui this vicinity who has been ples who had been alarmed by asts (0V. A. U. btanley will oe larger hote,s and restaurants in Ken getting along with a rickety bjoosevelfs "taking Panama?" . jthe prinaipal speaker, and Col tucky, before the creation of the Garni, washtub for years and years and Fish Commission, to annually se! will buy a new one from you. Por"maintaining peace wiih hon Rob.ort.Vl. McBryde, Jr., will. pre- large quantities of quail illegally J That's creative business or, in the midst of a world . at side. The purpose of the meeting bought and sold. A number of ca3e power. is primarily for a general discuss- were made against one of the leadin strife? hotel companies in Kentucky, and w For asserting and upholding ion of the State Aid Law and to are pleased to say that this illega' OURj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT CALL ON US humane principles and neutral q insider quest ions j,hat may arise practice lias been stopped. ifiiri' otKv thv nc-::f b; general Tf l lopiw .-- 1 - - If9bt ,1 uJ J I t ! LOW RATES for the CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS SPECIAL UKDL'UED FARUS VIA 'i 1 QUEEN I CRESCENT Dec. I7P WES 24 & 1 Tickets on Sale 18, 23, 25 HIH. mnrm Good Returning to reach original starting point before Midnight January 10th, 1916. Ask any Ticket Agent tor Particulars W.A BECKER, General Passenger Agent. C1NCINNATI.O. L.UM, 4 llHliUI iiBBmmmmammmmimmmBmHrmmj -- -- Latin-America- n' 1 I t- -- i A3Cr c$&a&&&3 taDcC$8Dcc? the Christmas bells usher in the day which, more than any other day in the year, speaks of peace and good will. Men- - differ in fheir theological conceptions of the Christ, yet all regard Him the supreme figure in the world's tfnd His influence the most his-Tor- Today powerful. learniug brings its wisdom and gifts and lay them at the feet ol the Christ-Chil- d just as the Magi did two thousand years ago, and the masses, however much they may be estranged from the churches, bow in adoration at the manger as did the shepherds This Is no mere sentimentalism on their part but the natural result of the truth that the spirit of the Christ is surely leavening man-Kin- d and stamping upon it His own likeness. One thing to be kept in mind is That, the spirit of Christmas should ont cease with the close of the day itself, but should be manifested with growing blessedness every day in the year. Then let joy and good-wil- l be fully displayed on Christmas Day in the festivities that abound and in the kindly cheer and loving gifts distributed or every hand. It will help us all to be better men and women and bring us nearer to the goal after which all should strive. How the chi'dren await the rominK of Santa Clause with his Miowy oeara, Tnr coat ana pranc ing reindeers. What delightful visions they have as they talk of the gifts he "will bring them. Strange, isn't it, how he seems to know just what they want. Santa Clause a myth! To be sure he is to us grown up folks, but not tf the children. To them he is a very real person, and when later in life tfiev know differently, yet they always look longingly back to the dnvs when Sarita was expected to drop dolls, drums, and a thousand other good things down benign and war through new legislation aflecting this law and its operation. lord-- ? R. C. Terrill will discuss re, program Foi the first clear-cu- t suits thus far obtained under the for national defense ever present pishmaa,: e ed to congress by an Ajnericanl State aid law, of Barboursville, will speak on bepresident in time of peace? half of the Kentucky Good Roads For the opening of Alaska? Association, in which he will re" For prosperity! Are these the counts in the view the work of the Association, coming iudictment? It would and tell of future plans TheJ Dr. Hafrjs. MalliuckroUt seem so. At least, the countrv Rev. knows nothing else that can be will pronounce the in vocation, and Mayor Buschemeyer will ,jnake; alleged against the ? But when the inspired ihe address of welcome. At night visiting State roads scriveners of the republican party iWMWw turn loose on these awful crimes, advocates and all wh.Q;attend. the what an arraignment it will be! meeting will be,gUQs.tsto the Lou- - Cumberland Rlver rarejit game fish jsville Convention and Ru&Hcit , blood-ma- d arid-JudgWilson-administratio- (Copyright. VXO. br W. M. UJ Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Mother's Favorite. "I give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my children when they have colde. or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. It alwavs helps them and is superior to any other cough med icinel qsve used. I advise any one in need of such a medicine to give it a trial." For sale by all JONAS McKENZIE v . . .3ovK ' ., JIjcat0kj. .ztl. .. ivv.: 3LjeC'tiftC JL&JKU.JSJJ.. A good line of -- THE OLD RELIABLE . . r. . . druggists. f- - . 5 General Merchandise - fa j$pfiCLfij : . . I Ull'"- -' w (Chicago'Uoumal. 1 o, the chimneyon Christmas eve. l THE MESSAGE Of CHRISTMAS This is the seasdn when the whole Chi istian world sings in unison. Christianity has its many Jaiths, and sometimes there is clashing and discord, but at Christmas, the bells ring iu.harmo-nfor all celebrate the birth of y. the Christ-Chil- d. What that birth signifies was made known to the world when bove the star-li- t plains of Beth-lehetthe angels sang to wonder-ij- g shepherds the glad story of iac and good will. That was glorious message which the has beeen slowly but surely "turning to aceept. u -- .?; of Friday's issue, was awav 1 and beyond the ordinary, r r wetions and everyone filled ?valuable and interesting .. r on subjects covering al-- ' vt erety field of endeavor that ins to general interest of the New Treatment for , V. We believe that readers f Croup Colds .1 'M cheapest and best" duly m? iaf- - the extra effort put Relieves by Inhalation and Absorption. " vv No Stomack Dosing. ' this excellent newspaper 1.-r-v- The Interior Journal, e 1 A i t tl e .cbil d AVa ii!Ja-- i ; I lehem centuries-aerand thatisr iRbtEAANT-5DI3TRIBQT10the reason why .unong. hundredsJnlae "SecQre V ' j'' !'- of millions of people and 'ml mil i4BiWaFeli?lSll, a "distribution of 1 lions of homes there is a Christ HBaiesf R&ora ;liab fvigneb'k pheasants was madeEng b mas every year witlrdts festival of ;T,hese birds 'were JheConunipion good cheer, loving gifts and" fam- - 'Quality" Tells the interesting purcJjasf jj Jn England and shipped to friuaaeiph'ia, where they were received uy reunions. Blot Christmas with . Story ol This Ex raordinary by l representative of the Commissio.i Medicine. all it means out of existence and and shlp'ped In crates of fifteen bird; what a darkness would come upon tyi .hetts.and five' cbeks, to eaeli eoun No othe. medicine ever has the world andhow desolate hearts Kjiff. the tater .where they were re the wonderful record of eeivad andseparated into trios,, two and homes would be. Tanlacj,, isa romance hens' arid a 'cock, and these biids wer wlth "hom tht had to otthestaid'bTjsins5dd-Wfetllbstrf5Byp'sd.Jefferson said: rf8 choose between "ra government' cuss built on merit so, unusual that on lands controlled by them. without newspapers or newspapers in just nine months after Tanlac Rep"orts from 73 counties show an in without a government, I would had been introduced, one million qrease of 2,636 birds, which indicate? a gratifying condition and places the chcose the newspaper.'-- ' bottles' Jiad been sold to men and nunibjef of these splendid game birds womeiwho had learned its supe at liberty in Kentucky at something MORE HONORS FOR MARET rior, qualities, for the relief SOtiveeLx thousand. Some of the birds were held in captivity,, bat in nearly ailments of the stomache, liver these experiments The College of Arms, of Cana- and kidneys "ancl catarrhal affecfailure, but the birds tha , da, thru The Vicomte de Fran-sac' . 'were turned jopse and allowed to rear tions. r . " every ha proffered the Presidency their own young, Tanlac appeals; to th-- i best J peo- "jnstdnce produced in practically ..covey. and raised,a of the "Spottswood Duocentenary ple everywhere.' .These are the . Tber: resjult of these experiments . ." - . .n. h Expedition Associaton," which men have .so eqcou,raged the Commlasior o andwomen-wbjudge roposes to celebrate the two hun that"auoth'br importation and impartially", 'and the ifr"piannidd,nand we hope.of pheasautt to liberal dredth anniversary, of the expedi resutt'ahvays is.a Tanlac verdict three thiisan4 more of these birds ir tion ofVirginia's Royal Governor' uppn toe cinuorsemejic ot .many. the'sDrinf iai6.The distribution o and cavalcade "beyond 'the moutT V v phe'asants 'aVoused '"great interest, ' Pom thousand ll known people w'6-- eceived "many requests for and f i . tains," into Kentucky in 17irj, resis ...,- -' i "'' eggs, and purchased 800 from biie.Kieai auu secure popu- The celebration is to take place a garae dealer In Eennsylvania, which laritybf Tanfac.V '".'j. i5. were'sent'b'y parcels sometime next.year at CLattanoo-ga- . Those who take Tanlac always hacl'applled. We also post to those whr shipped 265 froir The Vicompte de Fransac returns for the' second , bottle theepJucky-GamPreservB on Pinf is now in Kentucky making arthe Urst few doses estalish IIountqin, in Bell county. rangements looking to the reviv"The "reports show that a .large per al ol the order' ol Tremontagne or its ments. TanlaC is so efficient icentage of eggs did not hatch, am The Golden Horse Shoe, an order and pure, Hat once makes known wlire broods wererhatched they soon created by Governor Spootswood its values in derangements of the died, so. the distribution proved l and conferred upon his party com- stomach, indigestion, upset nerves ' failure. It ls unlawful to kill any ringneck panions of the expidition after and debility. . pheasant, at any time of the year, and their return from the wilderness. Tanlac, which has come to. be the Commission anneals tn von fn i. ' ". rr A miniature golden horseshoe was generally known . as the Master your assistance in protecting them un the emblem ot the order and only til they ''increase sufficiently to permll Virginians and Kentuckians were Medicie, may be obtained, in Mt Jiunting.v eligible to membership. at the drugstore of Chas.C.Davjs can also'be obtained at Livingston, HOW'S THIS? We otfer One Hundred Dollars at tne "jentrai urugco., and at Brod-heaReward for any case of Catarrh John Rpbin's "Drugstore, Ky., where it is explained that cannot "be cured by Hall's daily to many people Catarrh Cure. Hall's Catarrh Cure has been SICK HEADACHE taken bv catarrh suffers for the Sick headache is nearly always past thirty five years, and has become known as the most reliable caused by disorders of the. t stomremedy for catarrh. Hallls Ca ache. Correct them atid the petarrh Cure acts thru the blood on riodic attacks ol sick headache wil! the mucous surfaces, expelling disappear. Mrs. John Bishop, of the poison from thr blood and Roseville. Ohio, writes: '.'Aboufa year ago I was troubled healing the deseased portions. andt After "you have taken Hall's that lasted for had sick"" headaene two or ,thrge ,days l' u , , W" , 'Yk '". ? ' ?& Catarrh Cure for" a short-tim- e you at a trme.y ".. Vt".1VX&r.fmr?Ji 'tried ;a. $&&& will see a great improvement in number:of remedied but, nothing",. MAi'' t - 't. you; geueral health. Start taking uef-peme uncir auring. one ?. spelfs'a" ;'f rfend . advised" Hall's Catarrh Cure at once and tmm ?? zzr vrt v beflVifi 's'TaHlets! get rid of Catarrh. Send for tesThis medicine, jelievedV. iqb itf'a timonials, free. JJistriutins the small fry (pike prch) F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. snore ryne,;'.cc--. ac .sale by- - all ."" TaJRollIng Fork by owner of land dealeTsr;; .' alona.the stream. This' Is one of tht Sold by all Druggists. 75c. rd'i -- I.eage at a smoker to be gfven fat dB&I&a 'Mt Hotel Hemy, Waterson. I one of Kentucky's Streams, and which V'thcr Commission is restocking with .pike perch andjbass Nr !!,,. i.l -- J Reputation Props Let us build you an inch ad. in this paper; a column ad., a page ad., or any old size ad. Ads. as r 2yr$Li . Farm Implements 5. Mj.& j " W- Ts T. FRANCIS DENTIST Here A LL THE TIME Office in Residence Back of Court House, Old Maid Street. -- ed Its-succe- Let it tell in forceful terms: ss What you've got to sell What it's worth Why it's best at that price GRANVILLE OWENS I UNFRTAKFR Brodhead Ky I 4jj jKjKxjtj&yt. &yuc&3ax&1& ' 5 evfif-.instanc- e c Such an advertisement in this paper will bring buyers who hardly knew you existed before you advertised. (Cop jrllil. Wtt -- ... '-:' hj W. N.(D J -- COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robe.s Mail, Telegraph or orders Promptly Te'e-phon- e intej-ligntl- y SICK TWO YEARS. WITH -- IN Filled mfWSftSPsKHBmSsSC!i ots-we- .', set-iijjgfi- be-caus- e e DIGESTION "Two years ago I was greatly qenefitted through using two or three bottles of Chamnerlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. S A Kell er, Elida, Ohio. "Before taking them I was sick for twoyear witl indigestion." Sold by all Jealers. IH arrjAspjoi 3fcxSfcc 4&&zcza3&3 K ! UNDERTAKES , Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelki Band-mad- e ll&s 'H3H?J-3fS- WC5 i;i 30 Snitprt p.T3nl01J,-'"- : nouini mi.ijo;j l -- ujsawi aoj uiiiuoj p '3s;i.i03 nvai oaix -- v !sl;7. .SifilS ilJll i.f jcri 1 yV 00U0g UOSTJBUSf 1I1HR ffirfr : xtrrvziv . 1" "V"AWl v -- JIO'J - .VlXi.i. u njf ( 'offins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of .e County. 313-lk- 'i,iC-?,jryc- All ordars by wire PromptlyFilled 'C. Wiiliame, W, W. A. COX,i -- ATTORNFY-AT-LA- d, MT. VERNON. KY. On 2nd. floor f Mt. Vernon, on Church The Bank of street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 80. ngg"g!g2 ssasfiisas ra.;a. Phone 94-- S :. MT. VERNON, KY. s- - & s: I I ITCIVESTHEBESTRESULTSI &23S&&&Z-- &yc&x3fcx witfr-irfdi-gestio- n P H Cbnover Dentist KV MT. VERNON, S. j " I SThSMITHSpNIANl .TRUSS I A jO K .V . .. '-- y&dSp&fpttyc&c, I UAn fDnnWic am DaVarto . Phone 49-- v trtrk a mevta-tkkeClia- m J.C-NloCLftR- Q&iL " iC7HEl00FGVTrv V J J I Y I I - j- and f lain p. r ".; i.v re -: ti.--- i-- n-i- t i.,r , good application of Vick's " Salve over the throat and chest is the best against all cold trbubles. Webster said: "I defensemedicated vapors,- released by the The how unpretending a body heat, loosen the phlegm, clear the may be, every issue air passages and soothe the inflamed membrane. In addition, Vick's 'is absorbed, sotnathing that is worth through the skin. 25c, 50c, or $1.00 Dan pnee i "Vap-O-Rub- Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and a and v our .stomache" acts- - queer;' take Dr. King's New 'Life"- - Fills' and vou will find yourself - feeling An exclrulrd music tcbool better Thejr purify- - fhe biood, ODensSeDteinber7th. Com. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER pleto courses In Flano.Volce, you .f ijeedom .from cbnstipa'-tion- , give Violin. Orsan Cello, Public. School MusJcr.TBeoryr Har-- bihiousness, dizziness and tnony. linenle, classes m indgestjon. You feel ' ' Platlnv anri fllvht VMittn SttKPViP niitory ot Muilc. Ensembls "Cleakrlhei vmsSSZJSSWSSSlSS: ' lHirnlturr for complexion too. 25c at druggists 'Udflxitit Coi;tnr-'r-clrls. Tnlt'nn lnw. For cata1ocddrM BETHURUM & LEWIS r f RcicGtt 4010. LMtef lilt. lj. -- HELP YOUR LIVEK-IT'-PA- YS When your liver - ""a.arn'eit of the psrch family. ZmMAuOSAt 9 "" CtnrUfitnCL gets-torp- id" M ACROBATlS fHt KMusic K The u Smithsonian fTrussrt cheerfully furnished upon request AiTSCw-TsUflBfiK- nejust-lik--vriit-'Wrt'irtM'Ti'- STANFORD.'KY. at Uaw -; Wv' . ;ac people. FIFTnuctr' VKKSc SALVE JASTORI4 -".PASTOR,4 FOB .- it zz -- &'F0K FLETCHERS Will practice In all the:Conrts'' Offices ' '' Pitted and Sold by GHAS. C. DAVISv Th Tanlac flgnt - '" Ne. 39 T ?1 in Bethurum Bldg. Phn MT. VERNON, KY. - r f' .. 7" "" - " " " ' " 'V ; :: -- iV nfe?5 VERNON MT. JW" "Site--- . SSS" Ji r- SIGNAL' MissEelyn 24, 1915 Mt. Vernon -- nTCy,-D- ec. 7-9 up "No. 79" wan' toCommuni. cato wilt SIGNAL- enlC It 3& Gardner will spend jne noiiaays in Louisville. Miss Storm?, bfBrocflitad-wa- s the guestTof Miss 'Clyde'" Watson." HomerPrpcter is at home from State College for the holiday vacation. Boyle Sheriff Harbison, of county, was here Wednesday, on business. Give him or her some Phoenix silk hosiery from Fish's. Court. convenes one u- - 'Circuit. week from next Monday. J. W. Rider will have one half mile of pike graded by January 1. McKenzie are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby born yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. se- t ft tOUlSVILLC4.NSHVILLCR R.CO. T't Miss Sue Bedford, of Win5.0? p m chester, will 22 norm arrive tomorrrw to be " .... 3:56 am the guest of Miss Amy Proctor. 24 r.ortn ii:48aro 13 south Mrs. S. C. Franklin, who under- 12:13 a m .'i South an operation at Berea a , went Tas. nuBUffl- - "&""" month ago, has recovered suffi- ! Phone No. 8. ciently to return home. Hon. E. Bullock, our represenEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoEce mail matter. as second-clas- s tative will leave Monday week tor Frankfort to assume his duties as PERSONAL one of the law matters Mrs. Johnathan Reiuke, of John D Miller is at home for Kingston, Jamaica, British West Xmas. Indies, is with her son, W. B. and J. L. Cooper has returned from Mrs. Reinkefor a few weeks' visit. North Carolina. J. E. Thompson, who holds a Atty. Ashley Owens, of Burr, good position with the Mason to town. Hanger Co , and is located in up from Tennessee, is at home until after AlvimRevnolds-wa- s Livingston Mondav. Xmas. E. Abney, Jr.. of Johnetta, was Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hilton, were in town Wednesday. in town Wednesday. We are glad Don't forget the Xmas tree at to see Mr Hilton who had such e the Court house Friday night. long and severe attack of typhoid, Booth Purcell visited hts uncle; able to be out again and looking Jos Purcell, near Brodhead, Sun- as well as he is. day. Dr. W. E. McWilliaras, who is Rev. Jack Lunceford will spend located Between Quail and Bee Xmas with homefolks in Madison Lick, was in town Tuesday 'on business Tbe Do-tis enjoying county. a splendid practiee"ahdis having has be.n on the Frea splendid success.. ?iUv list lui a few da.-- autfeting Rev. H. T.' Young's father and with grip. motner md two brothers an Andre bciiiry andMin Robert, J i re i Home iruin ddzid xoc e their tauiilies matnp t.rur.teerf all, will be thguests ot Rev and holidays. Mrs. Yoang durihgX&a.Ji&sUibe :Mrs."Georgra Rice' and little en tire fatuity will habere the oe "went 'to East niece. casion wilFtie celebrated as a fam- Bernstadt Tuesday. ly reunion. Rovey Mulhns and two young -LOCAL sons, Robert and Lenvillr, of Dud-- v ley, were in town Tuesday. Jesse Meadows left yesterday Sheriff Cam Mullins' has been morning for Nashville to spend confined to his room for several 'he holidays, the guest of Miss days with a severe case of the Jessie Mae Brown. g TIME TABLE. . Deputy Sheriff Jack Abney has There has not been any one b en very sick for the past ten lected as yet to take Miss days. He is better now. " year by you and our other customers makes us feel truiy The recollection of. the many favors shown to us during the past -- $ 4 Lau-drura- 's place in the Graded school, a'though there are several appli cants, appointed Has following gentlemen as the fie board of supervisors: J. v. Tate J W. Hilton, J. W. Parsons, J. J. Hamilton and R. A. Sparks judge Baliard grateful, and our deep appreciation prompts us to. wish you and yours that old, old wish, tho none the ;less sincere "A Merry Christmas aid a Happ' Successul New Year' ' jk Joe Noe bought the bakery from Luther Manus and will move it to room which he will build either at the side or rear of store at corner of Main and Williams streets. Mrs. S. H. Martin, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. Sandidge at Lynchburg, Va., has been sick. She intended to return home this week but the doctor advised that it was not safe for her to attempt to make the tr:p and will remain over a few days longer. i- - 4 OLTFITTERS FOR FATHER AND THE -- .':'' ri ". 4 g( 8g 0g $ 8 or - "Sisto Hiato," better known as S.s Hiatt, is back from Minneapolis, Minn , where she went to visit her sister some months ago. While there she visited the Minnehaha Falls and many other historic points and was a patient mny days in one of the h spitals. underg ing two burg'uv.l operahe sys -- it4 - mighty thankful to .et )mCh to u mmm- ? t'iti, while iiu r s.s pu-e- t of htr lefrfrom tne urgons kniie. tions." i- NOTICE To the Tax payers of the Town j of Mt. Vernon: Those who owe Town Taxes for the year i9io, will make arrangements to settle same on or before the 10th day of January i9l6 P D. 12 24 fi Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS 1 1 DeBord. Mar&hal. 3t. .. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SALE H. DAILY-T- O ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN UM!T STOPOVERS. Ky. NOTICE petit iun having been filed in the Rockcastle County Court asking that the county roadHead-iu- g lrom corporate limits, town of Mt. Vernon to Renfro's creek, be changed in accordance with plans and specifications filed in the Ulerk's office, I will on the 4, day of January 19 16 at the Court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., hold a hearing to determine whether said change should be made. All parties interested are hereby notified to appear and show cause why said change should not be made in accordance with the petition filed .herein and the aforesaid plans and specifications. G. M. Ballard. J. ti. C. C. A C KING, W. A. BECKLER FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENTjORWRlTE Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street', ,,'lexlngton, 1 -TT"t c;VI" tr Gerteral Pawenger AgenV, f rf Cincinnati, Ohio . -- At the rafe of a hundred yards in eighteen seconds Mart Hix was running for a train. The reason he wasn't running faster was, that he was going as fast as he could run. Or, as the children sxy, all the faster that he could run. Will Owens on the sidewalk, was making no speed at all. The reason was he was standing still. He wasn't catch ing trains that morning--- . Suddenly Owens called: "Hej ! Mart! Mart! Hey!" Hixturned without slackening his speed any more help, for he than he could knew if he didn't catch that train it'would go without him, and Hix took nothing in life more serious than he did catching trains. "Goin' somewhere?" Owens call ed. Two days later Owen's tele phone bell rang at 3 a. ra. in the Owens answered it. morniner. with one hand while he rubbed the sleep out of his eyes with the other. Hix's voice: "This you Owenb? Yes, I was going to catch A. M. Mt. Vernoa Royal Arch Chapter and the Jr. O. TJ. A. M.I in which order he carried a good insurance. He leaves a wife and two children His remains were laid to rest at Snyder burying. ground Sunday with the honors of PROGRAM' HOME MAKERS GOMeRENCE ." -- Department of HomeEconomics University 'of Kentucky," Education; BIdg. the Masonic order. I. . &'& k ''-'&rriv- " who borrowed my Mr. and Mrs. H S. Coffey and rubbenhose from E. R. 'Gentry's . Mrs. MHa Aldridge, of the Wildie yard about Nov . f, will please re-- ' section, were here during, the turp ame as 1 need it n . week. W. H. K rueger. Mart Hirks was up from LivMiss Lorine Mullins celebrated ingston Tuesday night assisting her 12th birthday Wednesday vith oar Juniors in 'some "degree an old fashion candy pulling. work. Frank Mullins, ot Snyder StaSome twenty odd of her little tion, maintainer of the'signal ser ( Red ) a former Will Branaman friends and school mates '"were vice on the K. C. division, be-- . Rockcastle boy, whois now L. & present.,.- . . tween Sinks, and tonyder, was N. agent, at. Stiver Creek,i-was-- ' killed last Friday evenipg by No bere on business Monday.. ,f - BQNDtfSSUE BEATEN. AGAIN 32 tbe fast Cincinnati train, at the to issue bonds Misses Hope and Dot- - Morgan The South end ot the tunnel at Mul-lin- s charge Woman's Club will have Story Sandusky will to buiid pikes in Pnkskj county-wa- s and Marv of the show which .will be Station. Mr. Mullins was on given at the Booni Way Opera e defeated Saturday. The vote tBisafternoon to be guests his speeder when hit, and why he House next Tuesday nigh't. Tbe was very light, only about 3,ooo it Miss Christine Davis. attempted to make the run thru proceeds go for the benefit of the Barnes Lathim, who" has been being cast and with eleven preNext Tuesday night, t the tunnel, when he undoubtedly library. in tne west, is wicn nis parents, cincts missing it was l,7oo to a train G'bye!" Dec. 28th. knew that the fast taairt was due, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. C. Lathim, of 1. 100 against. This is the third is a mystery that will .never be time within a year the question Mr wiU Lawrence, aged about Plato, to spend Christmas. solved. At Donerail, the siding ?5 years died yesterday at the Langdon has been submitted to the voters Mr. and Mrs. W. s. Branaman, at North end of the tunnel he home ot his son James :Lawrencet of that county and each time only Mrs Richard Branaman, Misses Much preparation for Christ- called the dispatcher and asked on Adams street. Ch& deceased lacked a few votes getting the reDelora Fish and Bernice Alcorn, mas celebrations has been going him were any if there quired majority. to visit his son lwt week of Wildie, were in town Monday. on at Laugdon School this freights coming but said, nothing On Sundav mornhm he suffered a Ben Burcell left last Saturday Services at Christian week. about 32, and the dispatcher nat- - stroke of paraiySjs and gradually for Barboursville to go to work Church for Sunday The Kindergarten Christmas urally supposed that he would be grew worse until the end came on for A. B. Furnish, who has part party was enjoyed Thursday on the lookout for the: fast train, yesterday. Sunday School 9:45 of the grading on the new railroad. morning at nine o'clock. All and therefore said nothing about Preaching bervice 11:00 a. m., Miss Bernice Landrurn has friends interested in the little it. His neck, one arm and leg That good Chocolate 25c to $5 of folks were invited. ed as teacher in the Graded Subjec t "The Birth-da- y were broken. The deceased was a box. She will ask vou if it come school and will leave January 1st the King of Kings." a member of Dudley Lodge F. & from Drummond's. There was a Literary Program, Christian Endeavor 6.30 p.m. for Tucson. Arizona where she a play entitled "Allen Samson's Preaching service 7.30 p.m. will teach in an- - Indian .Mission Christmas," Thursday evening school, under the Presbyterian Subject: "What do you think of at seven thirty. Board. The school is located on a the Christ?" The Presbyterian Sunday We shairbe very glad to have, ranch out nine miles from Tucson. Every Woman Should Know School Christmas celebration the people of our. town and the Mrs. S. C. Franklin, who untook place immediately after the There are three entirely difderwent two - surgical opera- sojourners within. our borders to Literary Program Thursday eveferent kinds of baking powder ,. worship with us at thes.e services. tions at the New Robinson ning. All members of the Sunnamely: hospital at Berea, within past Judge Bruner, attorney" in the day School were present. (1) Cream of tartar, derived three weeks, returned home Tues- anti-roa- d suit, was here Monday, from grapes J School closed Dec. 23, for the day and is getting along uiceley Tuesday and Wednesday taking holidays and opens (2) Alum, a mineral acid; and again Jan. 5, ShH has nothing but praise lor the depositions in the case which i (3) Phosphate-o- f Lime.' igl6 hospital people and its complete comes tip fortnal-a- t the January (1) Baking Powders made of Mr. Marshall C Allabea, Supt. arrangements. term of Court. County AtVy.: E. cif Cream of Tartar add to the food 'Schools under Presbyterian the same healthful qualities that1 Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Reiuke, ot 1EL Gentry and Atty. C, ,C. u Wil'ft' Board of Home' Missions, visited exist in the ripe grapes from Nashville, arrived yesterday to liams are representing ihe good Langdon School -Wednesday and whih Cream of Tartar is derived.spend the holidays- - with his rods'people It Wilfbe a reliet Thursday of last week. (2) Baking Powders made of sides when"this mattes is brother. Mi. W. B. Reinke.and M"iss Hradley entertained the Alum add to the food some form of. family. Dr. Remke is Professor finally decided and the Fiscal Alum or Aluminum, a hoavy metal,, boys and girls in her department of Biology in Vanderbilt Univer- Court knows; where they stand wholly foreign to any natural Ait. Vernon High School sity. After a few days here he &nd what to 60. "Every now and of the article of food. last5 Saturday evening in the parwill gd to Columbus, Ohio, to at then some one will ask:? "Why .is1 (3) Phosphate of Lime is madei of tend a convention of "biologists o it there is nothing being done on lors the school from rook' or by burning bones H T'he Junior Society of Christian which by chemical action are and the one and 'only. .the road," be held in that city. changed into a white, powdered Endeavor gave a Christmas party Louis Miller, traveling sales- answei is, that the work is held; acid. Tuesday evening in the grls liv- is used in baking powder man lor Upjohu Co, will leave up awaiting" the final decision of only because is a cheaper ing room at the school. the last of the week for Kalama this case. No one will buy ttie Jk .'substitute. mm zoo, Mich., headquarters of the bonds with a suit, such as that iisgzhSA Cream of Tartar powder never contains :. company to make up his samples now on the docket, pending. As lXlmi.or Phosphate. tjme will tell - Every housekeeper should read n.-w- and get ready for next year's to the result a little ir Whether the ariti-the story. work. Louis is a hustler, s every .. r the names of the, ingredients -j road element have anjy hopes ? j, I printed on tn one knows among bjs acquaint; ewjffaing out, we are not atile .of S. '" ? what she is using-.-b&glad say, but so tar as the good ancer, J nd '"hts Jriends-wi- ll iroads ' ..! i to know thatrhe1s making'-goo-d onf side is concerned, there is not a ! ROYAL BAKING POWDER C0, doubt?-,asrttEeSiHcome. "' ;" the road. : New York - grip. The party . t- COUGHS AND COLDS ARE DANGEROUS Few of us realize, the, dangerof coughs and colds:?" 'We. .consider them common and harmless ailments. However' statistics tell us every tuird person dies of a lung ailment. Dangerous bronchial and lung diseases follow a neglected cold. As your body siruggles against cold germs, no Deuer am can De naa tnan ur. King's New Discovery. Its merits have bean tested by old ana young. In use over. 45 years. Get a bottle to day. Avaid the risk of serious lung ailments. Druggists. Fanners Weld.3;l ':-r- ' i B ft? TUESDAY APTER"NGUN, . JANUARY 4. ?. Mary E. Sweeji head of department 2:30 Address of welcome 2:45 "Relation of Woolan'srOrganiz-itfonto the. University' ' Mrs. Moms BarfteTtf President Ky.Fod. Woman's Club"? 3:15 "University Extension Serpce,.andAvfnt it can do for the Wo -men of the Stale 'Irr Dean of ColDr. J. H. Kastle, Director of ExpeViYneoJt'-St'atio. s I .. n, lege ot.AgucuUTure.-3:45 9:30 .J 'Warfare" Dishes ;cnr.. Rojin.d.Table Discussion-r xj . - 5fc ' ""' " England - WEDNESDAY'JANrAlCf?5r"J :-- . ..The-propositio- n ''What'the Hot Lunch in the Rural e; 1 done for the " School"' , ,3,. Mr. E. L. Dix, Mayslick; .Mr. J. Caldwell Minerva; Miss Lida Gardner,-CarlislMr. J. H. Feltner, London; Mr. J. G. Prather, Harrodsburg; Miss Jessie Yancey Maysville. .y School.-ha- s --- "( 10:15 News 10:45 "What the Home Economics Department of, tbe University has done for the Rural Schools of Scott County." Miss Mary Bradley, County Superintendent Scott County Solving the Rural 'Bow the Women of Kentucky can Help-iSchool Problems" n two-thir- Miss Ellen A. Reynolds 11:15 1:30 Asst. the-Rural Professor Home Economic -- Department . :. . "University of Kentucky and Schools of the State" Mr. V. U. Gilbert, Supt. of Public Instruction "How Home Economics in the School can be Related to Work ,..-- in the Home" . . Mrs. Henrietta W. Calvin, Specialist in- - Home Economics, U. S. Department of Education ..u ''Rural School Lunch setvedtd. forty pupils. ' Demonstration ' . .. ..'--- . University Chapel Miss Aubyn Chinn, 'Asst. Prof. Hqme Economics Department " THURSDAY, JANUARY" ():-- - re-si- g- ,, 2:00 .. 9:30 -" Round Table Discission- - . "How to Make the HenXay andhow'to Pabk'tlie Eggs" ' Led by Mr. D. D.Slade; "Ext"eiisienServicor"'University of "."""."." Kentucky.-""'r" 10:00 "How the Farm Woman cnnget'heTv:pfoducfe to the House -- ' i :. wife" . - Dearxof DeJiartmenC ;of .'Agricultural EcoProf. H. C. Taylor,:- """. ' ;. -'- 'f --- ;"";'"! 10:20 V"' "The Buying ofTextiles- "Mrs. Charlotte fibTis Baker, University of Illinois Exhibit of "Senslble'eibthing to? Sensible AVomen" "Home Economics Department Laboratory ' FRJD'AYjANUARy-- - nomics, University ot Wisconsihr'"'-- i;X ' tJ't .- -r to-boi- h 8:30 10:30 "Demonstration . Department-o- Demonstration " ' 'J.'" Cooker- "Mary E. Sweeney ar.d Ellen A. Reynolds, Department oi a Dairying, University of Kentucky' "Making and Use oT'-- iTjome Made Fireless f It it "Fancy Icing of Catfes" Miss Clara Vntte, tnstructo?:Hbme Economics Dept. Demonstration "Preparation and Cooking of Lunch for One 11:30 . Hundred" Miss.Aubyn Chion, "Dplrrtnien t of "Hbrqe. Economics fff AIachija.e "Time 1:30. Demonstration Demonstiation -- ' Home-Economic- s i Savag-DfiVice- s ewing"---Miss.R- u5y 2:80' .V.CanWt5gan4Pickiirf Buektaanis,VsSts4yt'of5H:oni6 Economics Dept.' ,- vA4hM'YMab. vZ: Ti x. jonas. FOR "Jlibe-lxmd'kno- -- 0 ,- aiXat iFf:. Assjsieu -- vvoric, ' . ... oy rtirs. margaret - '. o L r W1 CASTORIA CASXO.RIA Oliildren Gry FOR FLETCHER'S Children Cry FLETCHER'S l&tf. m $? ,f &&- - . - 9?jppifc; . -- ji S" 3$-- ''Bi''Jhfi' i?w" ''5JlJi5.1,' IBS'' X isT"- - -' .... fr " ' "ft4 V ' ' - 'J L .r: rt Baker, Link Bustle, Lillle Bullock, T F Clark, J H Collins, Jas Cox, J B Dickerson. fund ind expended hv the Stite a JiUle less than $4, 000,000 In Department on public roads $24,- - iOl4 the money was spent hap- i Eintiia Wallin. TAXES. Overboy, Simon ,inu u r collection or mo hazi-1 he people nroduced yii l it guardian of 'rPia Rvi'thny, J P tor Kense fees 815,6s,-- . 58, laav ; nud magistrates disposed of it. 6u ing remaing to the credit of the The result was that in 10J4. Ken I, or one of deputie-- , will otfer CKerlioy, J V , 7i '' (" otnmissidtier' s oate. .. J vuu . iuu P ,V.-- . tvic f road fund on July 1, 1913 fr0m tucky had a smaller percentage ; .... T mr saieui lue huui .wjiu ui mc. ,. v . JUS, &c-- , W: Defendant. the motor Ml. Vernon, Kv- ( Sanbrooke, G D. Town lot la license fee? alone 82 5 of impioved-road- s Court House, in than in 1837, ir.up of n judgment, and v ' ," 08 ww .lie or: Monday, Pec. :r. aid was withdrawn. when State 5y ..Oer. f sale in the above styled "The law providing Mt-islSter Ou. for a State The "mount of money wasted in lollouinR Iraonf land he undersigned Master ,'JO tsystem of Public roads consisting the interval was a fairly sizethe ta-- dtje'the Cmiutv aii.1 6ttc "raw, blurfc Commission! will on Monday, j ,vi ." ". of inter county seat highways of able sum. even in these days of on &uid laud. Vaughn, Al 50., 6 TO Jecember 27, 1915, at the front all the counties of the Common nig futures (JAM MULUNS, S. R.C. YVesterflekl, D N 3o 57 door of the Court House, in Mt. waw put i.i to effect imme The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has heen Woodson, John Town lot in The money expended this vear Vernon, Kentucky, between the wealth 111 use ior over nu years uas Dome ine signature ot diatelv a'fcer the first of Janmr , was expended under btate super-vLivingston 5 11 Precinct No. 1. i hours of 9 o'clock a. in and 4 anu uas Deen mauo unuer 111s 16O lfi 2. Tn & York, C C No Same ion on a legally defioed system yf7-sonal snpervision since its infancy. oVlocl; p m , it being a regular 1915. and counties were ask. d to --Cost Acres Precinct No, g, make application lor Slate aid of roads, which, when completed wwtxvs.. jyiiow jii uiiu luucceive you in ini tot in of he Rockcastle County uu r 4i-3-- jj Arnold, RE 6 Kill. aiu uuu Adams, Jonnie, Town lot in S 13 uviuitvi iv,iw) trifle, One huudrcd and four counties ap wil re ch fr m Stn e line to State Experiments thatauuuiuKiu and endanger the health of with U;e undersigned Commis Henry-Hal$87 38 Bradley, Mt. Vernon 5 82 plied, but for some reison or oth in . hi iking evn crun Infants and Children Experience against Experiment seat in GW 2 89 Allison, Franklin 60 6 9C sinner will tfer fur sale the fol- er fourteen ot thera tailed to have K. ntuckv the center of not less 5 29 50 Baker, Wm. Aoros low in;' described tract ot laud 2U 4 9b Xicely, Ap Bodtic, O. 1. 75 plans, tlun four such roads Eight hun 4.61 located in Rockcahtle County, prepared the necessary o 0 48 Norton, Horace ....60 speciheations Cheek, Charlie 6.82 and estimates ot drod mi es of this sjstem were Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareKentucky, on the waters of Dix 10 4 21 Norton. J M & Co. J759 Kir by, J. G. 109.53 cost of the wo'k, and cmsequeni c mpleted this ear at an actual goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It 4 20 Rentier, M F 1 Sowder, Wm. '. 4.55 River and descri ed as iullows : 35 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other JSarcotic ly onlv ninety counties are now slightl in excess 10 72 floberts, Jaa Stephens, W. P. 60 75 Beginning at a s one near a substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms 5.7t actively engaged in ibo construe of thit of i9i4. With the money Swinney. Nath and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it 93 6.0b o anch and road and being a cor Precinct No. 2. .i bas been in constant use for the relief of Constipation ,1. C--. Howard, Widow Ro- tion of the 800 miles of road raylor, Bettie or to available through bond issues al125... 5.5c Acres Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Taylor, JF "This road varies in type .Irora ready made and that will be 3.01 bins and Nat Hoskms' land; the c 25... Baker, Delia, Town lot In Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels 2.4f running with Nat Hoskins' line a well crowned and graded earth made, it is a conservative calcula31 85 Warren. Albert, nr ,42... Mt. Vernon assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep . 6.5; 60..., 17 90 Whitaker.HL Beasley, Mrs. R. S. 100, 1914-1- 5 The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. i"Tuo fjuies ana 4t; linns CO u road 011 which a split log; drag is tion that not less than an addition 8 pine; ibence N 0 E i70 poles to a 10 96 100 Fish, Voliey Precinct No. 9. used lor maintenance to and in al l,5oo miles of this system will 5 70 Brown, S G 40 Harris, J. J, 53 4.91 pint; thence N27 K13 poles and GENUINE ALWAYS S links to a white-oak- ; 8 72 Pustle, Larkin thence cluding gravef, macadam, bitumi be completed by the end of I916. 30 Helton, Howard 3 3.0 N2H E16 poles to a whiteoak; nous surface treatment, bitumi- The extent of the entire system is Menefee, ft S. 5 70 Reynolds. Jas. heirs.75 ...j.... 4.5S 25 ) Bears the Signature of poles to a white nous concrete, cement concrete but 6,000 miles Thompson, C W Stoaks, J. W., Town lot in 30 7.5c; thence Nl 292 oak, dog wood and maple pointMt, Vernon 29 2 Precinct No. 10. These results have been achievers by the side of a road and a and brick. The widths ot surfacThompson, J. E , Town lot in Adams, Ellen 30 4o ing varies from nine feet for sin ed and tar greater results made Mt. Vernon 25 24 Brock, Samuel 3 4.2t branch; thence up said road, with rods on roadbed -- crown possible because the roads ot Ken- Boj-d- , line, ti a white oak, sup 7 Jas 5.4C Precinct No, 3. posed to be a line tr.e, in J. F ed twenty feet between ditches toj tucKy. lor the tirst time since Boyd, J M 11 13 5; Branforth, A. H. 3 1 96 Urock, Jas feet of utf- - 1837, have been uken out of the 95 13.2; --Walins' line, at a short curve in as tuuehaseit-htee- " Baker, G. W. ' 6 51 45 Brown, W R 36 7. aid toad; hence leaving satd Hos--'in- acing material on roadbeds n r d- - grasp of the local politician and Berry, H. C. 6 (H 14 line, running north east Brown, Jas, nr. Town lot in Boyd, M. W. 33 10 3G with J. F. Wallin' Ime to a che-- t ed t to twenty four feet bmv. n the contract, r uirh local influenc- 1 Brodhead 6.4i Blanton, Pearl 60 15 74 In Use For Over Years nut oak a Cor ei- ti. B in-cS. for h hick of sys- land; aitoneb. Burton, Hattie, heirs 74 10 on Crider. B. G. 2 4 15 IHtCtNTAUBCOMPANV NEWVORKCITV. j .1 ime. nowlee .,i ua iihi" e thence with Bordes'line to a rook, --- uioivwiK 1..... y Benton, Linda 160 niiiiuceu ntn !.lsente f re-b33.36 Cha&teen, E.T. 40 9 56 a corner to the Lusk.f ' tract, now the counties according to the sponsibihty there has been subsn-laD2bord, C D 5 4.1U WL Dalton, 2 3 SO owned b John LJayue; thence Denney, Jos T 40 until the completion of the tuted the responsible guarantee by 57c with1 said Lusks' line Dalton, Ellen 15 3 90 to J. C. Uelauey, Bettie 60 2.35 Dalton, H P 150 14 74 the State ot honest expenditure Howai d ' line known as Berea work the State paving one-bal- f Evans, John E. Town lot in Durham, J W 3 97. land; thence vith same to the cost of actual construction up and efficient construction. Brodhead.... 4.82 vollee Fink, Bruce (nr) 100 11 55 ihe widow Roberts' line; thence on completion of same. Preman. David It is not more than just t. 25 3.o8 Griffith, Nora 112 9 96 with same to the beginning, conHarris, Wm 8 The apportionment to these ai, nnner Mr. Terrell's adm i,. s 3.46 Criffin, Wm 202 16 6( taining 890 acres more or less. .larri?, Mary E., nr. 50 2 51 Hensley, J03 counties for the work is based up istration of bis dtp rtment, that 10 3 75 1 ei ms Hicks, I J 40 ui suit; win oe made on a on the amount of money Kirby,'j V 7.21 75 9 66 which guarantee has been made good uaswell, RE 35 iQ.23 credit of six months. McCollum, Bailie The pur- has acrued to the road from 30 6 67 the this year. It rests with the new Leece, Jack ;. 7.21 chaser or ourchasers will be re 50 Noe, Wm 137 V 35 motor license fund and the five administration whether the diMarlow, J J. Town lot in Northern, Rebecca Needs clean 16 quired to give bond with approv strong a vorce effected between the road cent tax on property. Brodhead. 3 20 Pullins, Geo 21 5 70 ed surety, payable to the underMink. EM 30 Rice, Arthur 4.46 16 with a the 6 49 progressive 'In addition to the amount of department and politics is to be signed Commissioner and hearing Vonigal, Stella W. 25 Rich, Nancy 2.35 40 10 4 money to be put in by the State, made final, and Gov. Stanley has 3 Ot interest at the rate of six per cent Roberts, Jeff 3 hundred cannot afford to do business 3 59 Jliver, Elizabeth... 60.., given his word that it will be. Proctor, Alice 28... 3 9o per annum from date rjf bond uu-'- il the counties pnt in a like amourt, Robinson, Arthur 30 4 72 igsby, Ricaard ... 38. . or many instances money in addi- In keeping it, his administration 8.33 Say lor Heirs 40 with any other kind Peoples 3 44 paid and having the force and oberts, Lustita 67. . tion to the pro rata part the coun- will have to is credit, and Ken5 91 Sparks, Robt 4 2 91 effect of a judgment. Uoss, LD 1j6... tucky lo its lasting benefit, the 7 2! Thomas, M D 9 'is seeking OUT business and is pre 4 19 G, S. Griffin, M.C.R C.C ty may receive is spent under fif.--t inter-coun- t Baylor, Joe J 25 .. v seat. State wide 4.17 Thomas, Cainer 18 4 19 State supervision. Also fourteen system SluBher, DB 60 of highwavs ever completTnomas, G C 6.K 50 pared to care for 5 70 smith, E J COLDS NEED ATTENTION counties have voted bonds as fol ed 2 With Kentucky's resonrcps Titus, A W 6.9 600 12 46 Spoonamore, Oscar 40 that such a svstem will ODen un Wren, Iee i0.25 53 7 72 Internal throat and chest troub lows: ipoonamore, Jas. . . . 63 no'lnng can urevent Kentucky's 8.86 les produce "Lewis county, $150,000; Green inflamation, irritation INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Precinct No. 4. Vanhook, L M. Town lot in Kinij nrst rank not only among .welpug or soreness and unless 11 n. SPnnrv .- xnM,i.e M9.- -. Anglin, Martha B 100 31 76 Brodhead 7.17 cheeked ibe.Statesofhe south, butorth Calvin, Henry at once, are likely to lead r 55 , 16 12 .Viggins, Jos S. . . 100 tJ,., ViUUlUUlli nation 10.49 Lo serious Cain, S S tronbie. 30 Caught in Knox, 200,000; Whitlev, $200,000; 4 96 Precinct No. il. time Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey Camron, W D 50 10 40 vllen. Jane 55 45 oosens the phlegm and destrovs Laur $100,000: Rock castle, $100-00Cope, Samuel 32 4 96 Vnglin, R Fayeite, 3. o,or o; Carroll. LandJW.64 2.4the germs which have settled in, Cope, J S 130 7 98 oaiunger, Julia 40 24 ne throat and nose. It is sooth. S50, 100; Clinton. o,ooo; Rus Croucher, Tom 8 Por Infants and Children, 10 74 ,ones' vv s 11 J loo ng and dealing. Pine is antisep-tir- ; sell, $40,000; Breathitt, $150,000. The Kind You Have Croucher, Cood 75 7 61 Always Bought loraan, KUy lo g.6S o honey is soothing both to- Total 2 215.000." Croucher, E G 3 67 f ohnsou, '.'." 6.s2 gether possess 60 John Croucher, Sidney 75 excellent medial 7 21 Bears the Iorris, WH 2o The amount accruing to the Signature 345 qualities for fiybting cold germ . Drew, C and Wm 62 4 02 of &&&j V6&U4C IcGuire, Willie 25 3.8 Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon- - Stnte from the hve cent ax and Gadd, John G 29 4 19 Precinct No. 12. y. 25c ell druggists. Gadd, Harrison 50 the automobile license fund was 6 49 0El larnes, W M 4 457 Gadd, John S 2S 3 72 $?47,519. which was met bv a like ox, Chas 1 34. Gadd, Caleb 40 5 62 amount put up by the counties. '". 7.5C ottingin, Mary 60 Hill, E J 60 10 23 Wisher, Jas In 1IOI4, the money availahle The undersigned strictly forbid hunt-in- ? 15 382 Hollinworth, Wm 30 6 70 h5t lolsing, JP 40 or trespassing oAx their lands and 16.or. for road building in Kentucky Rollinworth, G V 40 6 51 (l Johns.on. Gay D 112 4 oi Martin, Walter from all sources was a little less will prosecute, to the, extent of the law, 16 12 famb, Matilda 65 3.6C all violators. Miller, S J Died, Dec. I"th the four year than 82,000,000. In iqi5 30 3 59 ii it was . 5o John 4.19 old child Wade Hunt, Miller, F F 40 7 2i of Mr. and Mrs Charles Pencil, Mary 62 2 14 Miller, W 1, 60 4 19 Our natiou is composed of a luxury-Jlovin- g Blackburn. Hairy Niceley sold Robinson, J R 6 3.43 Miller, W G 60 8 12 people, careless of cost and Robinson, S J 82 8 72 a cow to a Mr. Blanton for $40 Rowleth, Wm 10 4 07 Wyrick. Jas arecklessof expenditure, with the lack 5o 3.49 Rev Jmes Barnes will preach at Seals, W N 15 IS 3 S2 Williams, Thomas . . .2o 5.70 Mt. Pisgah next Saturday and of realisation what wise economy Spires, Sarada IS 2 35 Vanwinkle, twjs means. 25 3 28 Sunday. Miss Isabella Ping, o WAR UPON PAIN Webb, W E 130 6 61 If that be so, let us endeavor to Paid is a visitor to every home .Walnut Grove, was the guest of Precinct No. 5. m ( arm r t txt AftUiN 110 3 ONE VEAR and usually it comes 'quite unex- Miss Clara Harmon last week. mold our habits and desires as wisdom Ol A. Allen, C E 75 7 59 pectedly. The death angel visited the But you are prepared dictates, and prepare for future eraer-genci- v Allen, Arch , 100 8 44 for every emergency if you keep home of Mr. and Mrs. Gran and opportunities and open an Bowls, Mat 96 7 21 d small bottle of Sloan's Linea- Price Dec. 14, and claimed Carpenter, F C 50 account NOW in 14 43 ment handy. It is the greatest victim their daughter. Misslor its al Coffey, Mary 125 8 s0 pain killer ever discovered. Ella Sim Creech, Monroe 50 4 19 ply laid on the skin no rubbing Mae. She had been sick for several Drew, Elizabeth of Vernon 40 2 49 required it drives the paiu awaj months, and her death was Hampton. Louis 7 42 It is really 130 wonderful. no surprise to her many friends. AIT. VERNON, KY. .. Hardin, Silas 30 4 19 Merviu H. E. Soister, Berke- The remains were laid to rest in Howard, Martha 61 6 65 (NOT SUNDAY) ley, Cal. writes: "Last Saturday the family Martin, Bill 61 burying ground Wed6 08 after tramping around the Pana AND McCrackin, Thos 50 4 96 ma hxpositiou with wet feet, I nesday afternoon. The Sunday McGuire, Chas 40 4 60 O-O- O mm came home with my necK so stiff School continues at Hopewell Morris, Jas 40 7 61 that 1 couldn't turn. I applied ivery Sunday morning. tie v. Robinson, Eddie r 100 8 63 N Singleton, W G ireeiy ana Carmical will preach at Hopewell A GR3AT MONTHIA' MAGAZINE 25 4 19 una we a xineauienii To my surp.-is-e Spoonamore, Wm the 4th Sunday in this month. 30 2 49 went to bed. next morning tha st ffnees had a' Weaver, Jas 1 50 5 39 most disappeared, four hours af MRS. McLAlN'S EXPERIENCE Precinct No. 6. terlthe second application I was --WITH CROUP Anderson, J H 16 7 21 as good as new." Bnrneth, Boone "When my boy Ray, was smal 25 7 70 vlarch 1915. At Druggists. 25c. AND Dooley, Ance and Joe, for 1914 he was subiect to croup, and I 6 14 was always alarmed at sunh time. Jones," Mat 25 4 19 Jordon, J B Chamberlain's Coueh Remedy 13 3 82 Mulling, Lula proved far better than any other 100 6 42 '"'a""' Mulling, J T for this trouble. It always re01 Sharp, W T lieved, him quickly, lam never 8 4 19 Am&TwTkee Swaers Mru Via believe 1 would have died if I hadn't Tredaway, Henry Special Ra'e Perioc Limited to These Two 2 4 94 without it in the house for I know token it. itis'a positivir cure for croup." Precinct No. 7. cjeit Was Usable U Attend to Months. writes Mrs. W. R McClain, Blairs After I began taking Cardui, "I was Browning, W M 25 ville, Pa. For sale by all dealers. 5 31 greatly helped, and all three bottles reAirjf Her tfferoework. SHIRIFPS SALE FOK Livingston 2(5 anier, Aliu New Livingston Coal Co., -- 'vv ISOii '34 ii 7 I ,:. Apr . . 2 99 3 G2 'ROUKUASTLE CIRCUIT COURT a-,- , d l- -.l t; Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 J- - lo,-2i- sti. v I- , "'" 1 , ) -- 1 l, i. - ' What is CASTORIA exp-nditurH- biit CASTORIA s gle-trac- k 2L&tfffl&&u 1 - f' n;. 1 1 ... The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 w a saJt 1 The Man With Million bank,.a bank a A I bank, man , The it. . y ;. ,,.,, zr ;;:::::' ,1 0; - CASTORIA POSTED Peoples Bank 0-0-- 3-- M-ryCh- wm Hpwb11 'Tis.Said 0 $4.00 1 aT e1 Courier-Journ- -- Daily By Mail The Bank Mt. i I FARM ... and FAM LY During January Jl wM -- February Only Combination at Oyer Half the Regular. Price COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT MM 75 25 11 00 i25 14 50 70 2 6 4 4 6 35 45 56 13 92 Statistics That Count. Mount Vernon Monumental 1 Splendid a little lieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much Cj "I suffered fee stronger ia three months, I felt like an- ifcree stanaers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." . ViaceBt,rffcis town, "and the third aad pmtiy vegetable and gentIe. I last time, "sob my worst. xGng. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic 1 had teadful nervous headaches and eifect, oa the womanly constitution. prostration-,- . 2nd was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the ner- houseworks votjs system, and helps to make pale, 3 also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. aad sides ami when one of those weak, Cardui has helped more than a million shaking shells would come oa me, 1 weak women, daring the past 50 years. would have lo give up and Ge down, It will surely is for you, what it has tatilitwcceoff. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of . rrw; LMtuneoCTectM i.x.Laa'A4- 1 W.M, --T . t u.ii wuucu 4. au uj vtsery uepu. vuiunoopi. inn.. toe opeew m iiiuwijr trmrl2rtuM or veur cms a&d 64.aig fanAlr. mKm. . -UKdui..tte voaMa's t pwc, aad IMrly Twwt ut Wo .- "- jajiiijntMr.,-j- Pteassrffc Hill, N. J H, Town lot in Livingston Frady, J H 24 Gentry, J E (ar), Town lot in Ingle, Link, nr 35 Jones, Joha 50 King, Mat 35 Martioj HX May, Chaa 49 16 4 98 1 69 ' 75 50 ' Miller, Sam Morris, Willie Mulllns, Major Mulllns, Bill li2 3. 2 ', 7 5 4 4 8 2 - j2 1- 20 31 96 96 33 75 2 86 2 85 Manufacturers of and 'VlDEALER in Marbles ana Granite Monuments of all kinds. Estimates furnished on application. fully justified pride as GEO. OWENS Propr "From July i, i9i4 Ponft 112 Statistics are seldom interesting. It is said that they are not al wavs cmvincing. But the statistics Contained in the following s of the annual report of'the Commissioner of reads for the yeTWlli5. the'first year of active operation under the State aid law, should tot be only of interest to" every Kentuckian, but a source of para-g-aph- Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this, district- - al JULIAN MILLER, MT. VERNON, KY. . ' , - KcClaie, Pate -. 3 45 well: to July 1, 19x5. there was collected $, t 1 ft 874.27 from the motor license SI COURIER JOURNAL 'CO., -- LouisriJTe;. Xy. XE&D3 ""i . jjj t :. "5 'ut-- s r SF' H - VJ .