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VEK'jNON, A tstablished COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, a mistake of this makes no difference, ROCKCASTLE JANUARY 21. 1916 'NUMBER 14 Marshal Riggs went to Mt. Ver non Wednesday. Mrs. Thomas ?i Jones and two children have been ill very sick for the past week. -A few days ago a man came to George Griffin, Jr has been very our town and asked to see the sick for some time is some better Prof Wilson was called to Lebboard of trustees, when Mr. t . Catlin. clerk of the board, anon on account of the death of I. was pointed out to him. Later some of hs r latives E C. Herd we learned his mission and it was received a message from Hamilton thit he wanted permission to Ohio, stating that his father, B put up a malt mead stand in our Herd, was dead He was buried town. But we are pleased ta in Hamilton, Ohio. Wonder what know that the privi'ege waf de- has become of our friend, James nied him. We have a nice quiet Maret. the Boone Way booster. town at present and we hope to Would be glad to see a few lines see it remain that way, and we from that famous writer. Mis. will say to the board: Stand by David Smith, who has beep very your decision. We are satisfied aick for some time, continues of the people of about trie same. that nine-tenth- s I. M. Turpiu, of Langford Stathe town are against this drink. Citizens, just think back only a tion, who has beeu confined to his few t ears ago, what a condition room for some time with rheumathis town was in at that tuue, and tism, passed here Sunday en route such stuff was sold then. We to French Lick Springs in Indihope the dark days for Livingston ana. There will be a Fifth Sun are psst. Boys, stand by yout day meeting at the Baptist church and a large crowd is expected. decision, we are all with you. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker, of Miss Dortha Owens, of Spiro, was here Sunday en route home Mt. Vernon, are with Mrs. Bakfrom Berea where she ha been:at-tend- er s parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. HI Hansel claims that school We are haviug Ponder. the coldest feather of he eason he has green cabbage growing in bein below zero for the first his garden. We have not seen time in a few years. This re- the cabbage ourselves but we have minds us of a little anecdote told El's word for it ana that is O. K. on Champ Mulhns a few years Mrs. F.,M. Marshbanks and little ago when thermometers first daughter, were in Mt. Vernon. Rev. Jones, of Lon came around. Champ bad been Saturday. don, filled his regular appoint to Mt. Vernon and had come back home and some one asked ment at the Baptist church, Sat him how cold it was at Mt Ver urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. non. He answered that he went W. H. Cottecgim were called to in at Milt Millers and the mome-te- r Pine Hill, Monday, on account of was three big inches below the illness of Mr. Cottengim's siszero. C. L Black is moving his ter. J. B. Hayse, who has been family to property on High street very sick Is slowly improving. Miss Nettie Rice has been con- Ben Griffin, who has had a spell fined to her room for the past of the grip is able to be at bis post week with grip, but at present again. W R. Ward has had a she is much better. Our town few days' tussel with grip but is Little Bur wasshockeJTLesdav nV tbv two able l0 workaga.n. es Grhrin ras'beeu "confined to roberies. J. H. Browning was called from his room and two men .his room with Pneumonia for sev drew a pistol on him and de- eral days, but now is convales manded his money The pay car cent. Mrs. Hugh Jenkins, who has been very sick for some time had just paid off the employes continues very low. Mrs. Daniel and it is supposed the men! Ponder, who has been very sick thought they would get Mr. for some time is rapidly improvBrowning's month salary. The ing We are just recovering from same men held up a brakeman a severe siege of cold, called in near the river bridge ind robbed English grip, but what puzzles us him of 1.50. Later George Mul-liu- s is whether we have had grip, or and Fred El kins were arrest- grip has bad us. Miss Jalett ed and taken to Mt. Vernon. Griffin, who has been suffering E. B. Owens is learning the night with a broken arm has almost reyard work at Livingston. I. W. covered. W, T. Sparks, of Mt. Catlin, J H. Browning, Hubert Vernon, was here between trains, Niceley, Judge Summers and Tuesday. Willie, Miss Marie and Li Fig's leFL -- m character but to the man that raises pump-ki- s Much has been written on how to Blasting for tree planting Is best done that weigh seventy-fou- r plant a tree or trees, but If the experi- In the fall, because at this time of the pounds and upward, it is doing ences of scores of famous orchardists year It is easier to catch the subsoil tiim a great injustice to reverse have any weight on the topic, then the In dry condition. Blasting In the spring practice of using dynamite ,1a for spring planting, figures. Then again we said that to planting young trees preliminary better than planting however.holes,much in dug nothas fully withstanding the fact that the subsoil vliss Elizabeth Gently was teach- proved its merits. ing school for her "sister," and The writer has personally seen spe- is apt to be wet or damp. cific examples of the value If the printer looked at a passing lence of tree planting with and excel- the the holes are blasted in advance of dynamite time of setting the trees they are 100 $100 REWARD circus, and made our letter read on a private orchard in Delaware, the left without further attention until .The readers of this paper will "brother, instead. Born to the be deased to learn that there is home of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. at least one dreaded disease that Chandler a fine baby boy last Friscience-ha- s been able to cure it day. Mr.s. L. M. Browne, of all its stages, and that is catarrh Louisville, is ' spending a few Catarrh being greatly influenced weeks with her parents, Mr. and by constitutional " conditions re Mrs. J. G. Frith. Mrs. J. W. quires constitutional treatment. Tate and Mrs. A. E. Albright Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in were with their brother, Bub , ternally and acts through the Mr. at Langford last week. blood on the mucous surfaces ol Turpin has a severe sttack of the system thereby destroying tht rheumatism. He accompanied loundation of the disease, giving nis sisters home 'Sunday, and on the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting Monday left foe French Lick nature in doing its work. The Springs. Ind., where he hopes to THE BLAST THOROUGHLY CRACKS THE SOIL, BUT USUALLY LEAVES A CAVITY OR POTHOLE AT THE BOTTOM THIS MUST proprietors have so much faitb be benefitted. George W. Frith RE FILLED. in the cureative powers of Hall's died at bis home near here TuesCatarrh cure that they offer One day morning, and his remains difference in growth between the tree planting time, unless it Is desirHundred Dollars for any cast tree and the tree planted able to add some manure or fertilizer that it fails to cure. Send foi were laid to rest in the Oak Hill In blasted ground being so unmistak- to be diffused through the soil. This cemetery Wednesday afternoon. ably in favor of the latter that no ad- is an excellent practice, especially in list of testimonials. poor soil. If the earth is sour, sticky Address P. J. Cheney & Co. Mr. Frith had bean in a serious equate comparison could be made. Furthermore, there are so many sane clay a few pounds of lime scattered In Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all drug- condition for several months, and and logical reasons for this method of the hole will materially assist in flocgist, 75c. uis death was no surprise to those tree planting that even the most skep- culating the clay and keeping It perwho knew of his condition. Be- tical could not fail to be convinced. manently granulated and sweet Obviously when a tree to use a Immediately soft sides his widow he is survived by large part of its energies has forcing Its blasted ground after the blast thedown in should be dug out James roots through the bard soil it canseven small children. to the location of the charge, where a hole will usually be found about Sunday' far Detroit, not be expected to make the same Pike left rapid growth and come into such the size of a bushel basket This Mich., where he has a position. A.Ta recent meeting of the di His brother, J. Pen Pike resides rectors of the Citizens bank, in this northern city, and is mak this city, an eight per cent, divi- ing good with the Detroit Street dend was declared, six hundred Railway Mrs. Susie Company. Tur-pin- Leslie Ram bo all have been con- fined to their rooms for a few days with grip. Jack Carpenter, after a hard .struggle with gi'ip is some better. Mrs. A. E. Albright and Mrs. J. W. Tate; of Brodhead, were litre between trains Thurs day en route home irom Lang lord, Ky. Personally Blasting Ground For Tree Planting Explosives in mmmag dorsement of the better versed contractor is that of employing dynamite for reducing the heavy work. Grading through bard ground or rock, for instance, is tedious and requires time The use of dynamite for blasting such material is a welcome relief. Both rock and hard da; may be loosened in the cut by well placed charges of explosives if hojes-'ardrilled Into the ground a little way up the bank and loaded. Careful spacing and loading for electrically fired blasts will result in bringing down both dosses of materials In the beat possible manner. and.-labo- r. e One of the newer methods of road building that is fast winning the In- JSredkeeid- l - LAST dollars was placed to surplus; one rharp and family now live in Cinhundred dollars to undivided pro!-it- s cinnati, having moved there about and the furniture and fixture three weeks ago. C. H. Frith is account reduced considerably. Ii all smiles again, its a girl. About will be remembered that this in three weeks ago our good friend stitution under a former manage Julian Bordes was tried and conment lost some money, after one victed in the Rockcastle Circuit year of strenuous effort it Court on the charge of pistol totthat sure success was just ing, the- - sentence!, being $50;00 ahead, and the past year was' thf fine, ten days confinement in the banner year pf the bank's lift county jail, and carried with it a when it made thirteen per cent disfranchisement of two years. on its capital. Cashier Hiatt it Mr. Bordes, thin his attorney, to be congratulated upon the busifiled motion for a new trial, and ness manner in which he conducb the day was set for the argument banking, and the great success ht of the case, and while waiting lor has brought to this institution. the day to arrive he boarded the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roberts train for Frankfort, where he in of Rileys, were the guests of hei terceded with (tov. Stanley, separents. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. cured a full pardon for the imour letter las'i Owens. In prisonment and the trimings, reweek we stated that there was t. turned home feeling considerably seventy-fou- r pound pumpkin on netter because of the fact that he display at the Citizens bank that did not have to board with James was raised by ttnele Marshall VVinstead ten days and that he Smith, the printer reversed out would cast his vote hereafter as figures making it read forty-seve- n usual. Uncle Dave Hurt is very sick with grip. The doctors also report a number of other grip victims. wa-found In loosening shale and rock to facilitate hand or steam shovel work dynamite la also very effective, while stumps may be blasted from the roadbed Just as though they we're being removed from a field to be cleared and cultivated. Boulders also are easily shattered by suitable loading and when of bard rock maybe crushed into surfacing atone. The side ditches "in well as the long outfall ditches can also be blasted in keeping wlthjthe nature of the ground. In fact, there are no limits practically to the many uses and advantages of dynamite for road building when careful and thoughtful attention is given to the work. Incidentally the planting of shade trees for roadside improvement and attractiveness is greatly facilitated by the Judicious use of a little dynamite. It is a recognized fact that trees plant-r- d in blasted holes grow uiZl mora tapldly. and progress more favorably .nan those planted In the average spade tug ground. THE ROOTS ARE FIRMLY EMBEDDED IN RICH TOPSOIL, SURROUNDED BY MELLOW, WELL Straightening Streams With Dynamite The ancient Egyptians were noted for their crops because, as history state, they "sowed their seed3 in the Nile." This does not mean that they actually cast' the seed In the river. At certain seasons of the year the Nile overflows its banks, depositing on either shore a rich silt or earth that is highly conducive to bumper crops, aud the wise ancient Egyptians, realizing this, profited thereby. Water is a necessity. The tiniest brooks up to the largest rivers play an Important part In the scheme of things Inasmuch as they are nature's "way of. DRAINED SUBSOIL. early bearing as a"tre would that had must be filled to prevent settling of the bad the ground in which, it was planted tree after planting. The roots should be thoroughly prepared by dynamiting be- placed In a natural position In good top soil, covered with more top soil and forehand. treaded down firm. The hole can then No tree should be planted over bard-paor impacted subsoil without first be filled to a little above the surface resorting to blosting, so that the soil with subsoil. may be made open and porous. Such The fact that nearly all commercial blasting not only creates channels, in- orchardists use this method profes creases absorption of soil moisture and that it pays, in reduced first year less, permits deeper rooting, but it also in- earlier fruiting and larger and better duces better growth and larger yields. yields. n Priming a Dynamite Cartridge To properly prime a dynamite or farm powder cartridge four things are essential the cap, the fuse, the cartridge and a crimping tool. The method in itself Is very simple. First crimp the priming cap about the fuse, using the crimping tool as is no Immediate danger in handling a stick of farm powder If the user will use but an ordinary amount of care and intelligence. A common incorrect method of prim ing is to punch a hole right through the cartridge, pass the capped fuse Graded School Items The Following students attained the honor roll for the first term of the school year, and were there tore exempt from the midyear examinations: Mary Langford, Crimping th. Cap te tho Fuse. Ella Mae McKenzie Ruth Lan-drm- , Sydney Crawford, Verna hown in the illustration. Next punch hole in the cartridge with a Welch, Will Thompson, Ouie Sil theliuxunal the crimping tool, making end of vers and Maggie. Liyesay. 'ho hole deep enough to entirely bury Tying Fuse and Cap to Cartridge. ' Insert the cap into this hole Eighth Grade Ida Hamlin, ". car-- through It, then insert In another diagside of the and tie the fuse star rell; Maggie Jones, onal hole below the first hole. No tying' Is necessary to hold the cap in the Seventh Grade Rosa GenHigh-School BIG REDUCTION r nI t& $ : -- to-th- e On Ladies' 1 JW&Wi and Overcoats. Posi- tively the largest " eut that has everbeeri-- offereti: Only talast this month.' Come and let us show you. tl'eletel-lV1VlelA'- w w Goats, Misses' and Children's Goats;, Mil, linery, Mens, boy's an d Chi d rej ri ' s s u ts 1ft JsT WBBSsO Suits, w try. tiFTH Grade star roll, Miss Coulson, Sixth Grade Edna Davis, Bertha DeUord and Nora Or ton. - Lillian Griffin, cartridge. This method is called "lacing the fuse through the cartridge." It Is unsafe and unreliable. The fuse is likely to break at the sharp turns and the powder train spit fire through Fourth Grade Karl Davis. ' First GHADETrSteven Proctor. the KindergarMaking Cap Hole In Cartridge. 1 tener of KangdonSchpoI, was a pleasant visitor in the Primary room on Thursday of last week. VvFOR RHM-DMATIS- 1 tridge securely with a stout piece of cord. 1 1 i S ,' SUTTON? & McBEE mJte . vsiytafrxrt- 3-f- e H . v- - . ' V it' - 1. y . . t, I wnmwm As soon as an attack of rheumatism begins apply SlOahes 'Linea- ment. Don t waste time and ,snf- fer unnecessary agony. A few drops of Sloan's Lineament on ihe affected parts is all you need The pin goes at one. A greatlul sufferer writes; 'I was suffering for three weeks with chronic xheumatism and stiff neck, although 1 . tried many mea(Qin" they failed, anil was under ihsteire of a doctor. For lunatgMfteatd of Sloan's Line-?! ment ffilirmer using it three or four days am 'welL. Tim ployed at the.biggest depaSanerl store in S. F. where Jthey' employ from six to eight hundred, hands, will hear-al- l about B and they-surd- y Sloan's Lineament. H..B., Smith LSanJt.F.ranci.scQ.tCal Jan. 1 9 1 ; At all druggists. -- If the Job Is done carefully and correctly the entire outfit will look like Illustration No. 4, and the priming will be complete. Ignorance, rear or carelessness are the caueef of most accidents. There The Finished Cartridge Primed. the break, setting fire to the cartridge instead of exploding It, or the ruse may miss fire altogether, leaving an unexploded charge In the bole, or it may hang fire for half an hour or half a day and cause a serious accident. Short cuts do not pay is handling explosives. Hp loaded-heavier- Diagram of Stream Troubles That May Be Corrected by Slatting. both Irrigation and drainage. But being "formed according to nature's dictates then- - courses, do not always Jibe) with man's desires or needs. Bock ledges Impede their progress. Overhanging stumps and trees retard MISSISSIPPI LAM FIR SALE 1280 acres in Madison County, about half in cultivation, balance open. Will produce 50 to 60 bushels of corn per :flcre. DarkCalluylal .soil,: easily cultivated. Owner of adjoining farm gathered 54 bushels 'of oats per acre la 1914. Four and one-hamiles from Railroad. Just rolling, enough to drain well. One residence several tenant houses. Some fencing. Price $32:50 pec acre. For, further information, about Mississippi or "Middle Tennessee farms write lf Digging a Ditch In a Flash Things move quickly nowadays. The Tillage of yesterday in tomorrow's metropolis. Speed Is a requisite, and newer methods that smack of rapidity and labor and money saving are In demand. Ditchea. that once consumed many daysof band or machine labor are now in a cartridge of dynamite in the mid dle hole of the line of cnarged boles an fired, will do the work. A? single row of holes can usually be depended upon to excavates ditch frosa seven to. nine feet wide: and about thirty to forty inches deep. Where larger ditches are required the holes can be , e made deeper and blasted out in almost the twln- - two or more lines, .of holes, spaced from ng of an eye. By degrees man is three to four feet apart, can be used, learning to .adopt some of nature's sim- incidentally the holes can be made la ple, but mightjL forces. And the gul- the roughest kind of swamp or in flood lies, and. valleys that old Mother Earth muck beds, where other methods etV has created by her natural upheavals ditching areipraetically impossible. and eruptions are being duplicated in When the soil Is dry or the weather prsBagatea JMth a smaller way by some of the mere Is too cW-t- ase-th- a 1q4 of blasting described above Jew BrwyrgMtUTC auu uj m um muwa, i' M. E. WAINRIGHT, Manager, ERAMSFORD Land Department, REALTY Nashville, Tenn. COMPANY, CASTOR I A Jar Iafaats Ckilirt, a&i " -- TtoUiiYNiUnAiwl Bears the. Sig&aturapf r Jm- f'ftmST Continued on 2nd pagej t MT. VERNON SIGNAL FiijSA?, Jan. 21, toi6 i 'Published every Friday by tEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ONE YEAR OBSCRIPTIOK $I.O Advertising rates maae knew cr application rt MIBMBSROF KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION use ., The good people of Covington sm'd Newport are endeavoring to get through some needed legisla- tion at Frankfort, looking toward closing the saloons on .Sunday in these two cities. The rum'dums of Cincinnati flood both of these two Kentucky cities on Sunday, to the disgrace and disgust of decent citizens people. The of tbo State heartily wish that the law-abidin- g present Legislature will'p.ive seek. thesc-splendi- d people the relief they TfiK bill introduced in the Leg islature for "the benefit of fcol. John R. Allen, the busy, money-makin- g lawyer, of Lexington, wh( is also Commonwealth's Attorney to create the office of Assistan Attoruey, in Commonwealth's counties of the state having sec ond class pities therein, of which Lexington is one, should bt promptly defeated.. We hopa tt see ajiv Bullpck.ras . well asoiit Senator, leading the fight against it. " ' Newman, Blevins and Cox, pnrt of them trom Pennsylvania, the others from Virginia, went thru Gap in Clinch ha Moccasin mountain, established a station on Wallin's creeky now Lee and hunted there for eighteen months. They named Powell's mountain, Powell's river and Powell's valley, Trrttn seeing the name of Ambrose Powell on a .tree near the mouth ot Walleu's creek, on Powell river. They gave names to Clinch river, Copper ridge, Newmans, Skaggs ridges. Wallen's and There is a Skaggs trace and Skaggs creek in Rockcastle county. They passt thru- - Cumberland Gap. How far; they pene trated into Kentucky on this trip is not Known. .,.EXPEDITION 011763. . .'. The same company of hunters in the Fall of I763 again passed thru Cumberland Gap and spent the season in hunting on the Cumberland river. Tne next year, I764, was made on Rockcastle river, not far from the Crab Or chard. (The town of Ciab Orchard took its name from the innumerable thickets or orchards of which trees, crab apple when in bloom the perfumethere from could be smelled miles away.) These hunters visited these parts a number of times thereafter In June 1766 a party of five per sons passt thru Cumberland Gap. These men were Capt. James Smith (afterwards until his death about 1814, a prominent citizen of Bourbon county.Kentucky ) Josh ua Horton, Uriah Stone, Wm. Baker and a mulatto slave about 18 years old. They "tound no ves-tag- e of any white man." The South branch of the Cumberland river whicli empties into it eight' or ten miles above Nashville, they uamed Stone river, after one of coun-Jty.vVir,gini- a, -in- scribed . The "Gag Rule' 'passed in the their number. House of Representatives for the PARTY FROM SOUTH CAROLINA bringing out of bills from the ComIn 1767, a party from South mittees is no credit to the intelli-genc- Carolina, Isaac Lindsey and four and fairriess of that body others, came thiu Cumberland of Gap, to what Lindsey called Rockcastle river, from a romantic Stanley is proving himself a looking rock thru the fissures of reol Governor. Every step tak which the Water dript and froze in en by him so tor has been both" rows below.' They went down wise and expedient. the river as far as the mouth of Stone river, where they found e law-make- rs. March i7?i, when they made their taxes collected and unpaid by him way back to their North Carolina on the 3 1 ,"? dV- In homes. Daniel had been in each year. The Auditor of Pub-li- e Kentucky nearly three years. Accouuts, iir his settlement with the Sheriff, or collector, shall J:i t61Fdrge himywitbthe Penalties ap LETTER FROM AUDITOR m er tfie;provisi0ns of this SHER-lMULLINS Act. ' IRobt. U Greene, Auditor.. The following is a copy of a. let.--, AlVta'x musVbe paid. I can't ter received from the Auditor which SheriffCam Mullins has had pay the up- for yoii- - I- - have to to pay with. s may have publisheh that the i'Yours, know what the law is relative to Cam Muluns, s r. c. ' the collection of taxes The letter ... " "" ;i ' in full is as follows: Frankfort, Ky , Jan. 8, 1916. FOR FLETCHER'S Cam Mullins. Sheriff, I ilt.. Vernon, Ky. HOW-T: Dear Sir:. CURE COLDS. Thjs office is in receipt of a and drafts. kEat communication from the Attorney right, take Dr. King's New Discov- General's office, especially calling ery. It is prepared - from Pine 8 T?JihSa!i5g Jjaoutand mild lax-.ftattention to Section 4r43and Kentucky Statutes relating atives. Dr. King's New Discov ery, Hills and expells the cold to penalties on taxes uncollected' germs, soothes the irritated threat by the Sheriff on the first day of and allays inflamation. It heals December and all taxes not set- the mucous membrane. Search tled by the Sheriff withl- - the" "State as you will, you cannot find a bet ter cough and cold remedy. Its on the 31, day of December. use. over j4 years-.iIt is obligatory on thi& office to pi sa,ustia.ction,.t an druggist. collect a G per cent, penalty on all taxes unsettled December 1, toThis must have beeu Sam Cox: gether with interest at the rate of Wanted A. job by a sober and six per centum on the .taxes from reliable young man, experienced the said date tUlpajcl. r in grocery and automobile busiThis penalty and interest must ness; will take anything. be collected by the Sheriff from Mrs. Sarah J. Riddle has ihad the taxpayer, and all penalties and interest must be reported to a seMfensW:tbie'grpr'and" con i r. v,-- ; this office in each monthly report tinues .very. after same comes due. Your attention is especialh Carefully Treat called to the Act of I9I2 requir -- Children's Colds ing the Sheriff to report on the XeglecFof children's colds pten laysthe hrst day of each month, May, foundritibn bf serious'hinj trouble. On June, July, August, September, the other hand, ;it is, harmful to continu-- " October, November and- Decern ally dosVdelicate little stomachs with inber, under oath to the Auditor the ternal medicines Of to'keep the ' children always indoors. , t i3 amount of all taxes collected bv Plenty of fresh-ai- in the bedroom and a yafH)-Rub" hint and pay the same ty ,,. into tne state ireasurv. . The' .sijinortroubTe. will keen'tte-Htt- l 11, iikana . aner.il snail be requ,redbr the- - frrmfrm U.,Uhl 1.13 T: U ;. Auditor of Pubic AccountsHoJpay ' SALVE a penalty of six per centum bn all v tnx-payer- ' " -- """'".'".."qg.L-ii!i' ;' 17" " " Cm w mrrrr " ir- ismmmaim Iflisr'Tehit the right tobacco .. ;,- . I ill mm i tin, WMr iyi J' ifi:HP:,l w fjxzf3Sj's . . a " '"'- ,- I this-moite- y when you, fire-u-p some Prince Albert . in ;your-, -- . : Children Cry. O CASTOR Avbid'-exposure A old jimmy pipe, or in a 'makin's cigarette. Arid ;2oukno-writCarl't'geff in wrong with P. A. for it -- vKSa&Wsk&mi 1 - lB . -- " is made right; made to spread- - smoke- - sunshine- among men who have suffered- with scorched - A. JpZj - H. J. Reynold. Tobieeo Co. EtmjiUmm''r "BjWWlH 'fMlf' "X&ys4C4 ffJwZvCot i( v. tongues and parched throats! The patented process fixes that and cuf$:o.uf Jsite and parch. .- It's an easy job tofhaejotliaahap -- - s All day long-- you'll sing howfglad "yotrare you're pals with -- and color of unsalable brands to .imitate the Prince Albert tidy red tin. but it it impossible .to imitate the flavor of Prince Albert tobacco! The patentadproc ess protects -- that! Winee Albert the national joy smoke ' . -. .- .. - IB Wi! f You'take this:testimony straight irom thehoulder, men. Yoilfcan smoke abarrel of P. A. without a kick! It hands out all the tobacco happiness any man ever dreamed about it's so smooth and friendly. It's a mighty cheerful thing to be on talking-term- s with your pipe and your tfme--bu- t tongue at the same, that!s what's coming to you sure as you pin your faith to Prince Albert! R. J. REYNOLDS TQBACCO CO., ii. Winston-Sale- . ".. f Hf B f ' MW41 -half-poun- you'll find Prince Albert awaiting your cheerful visit. Buy it in toppy red bags. Set tidy tins.- J Oc; pound and pound Everywhere tobacco is sold red idorsandins crystal-glas- d - N. C. f Aat keeps the tobacco uith handsomtr humthat classy humidor sponge-moi- st tner foj to fit t -- iiBi r .... -. ::.! .:. &$FxX?ffiwr 'k-rfi- .. VrCr5VB . ur;:Cxtra5peciaafc. fj trr as- ; . -' t K CTT1 oiifeiiation r:c :,";L--.6 0ffer "-- .... ..If.-V Michael Stone,, who had come fL&iKlirlLlil ssSi "hither with lames Harrod, from Illinois to hunt. Later, 1774, EARLIEST EXPLORERS AND Harrod founded Harrodstown or : I 'IH Mfc L. I I Bft'l tsW I' HUNTERS. rlarrodsburg. Stohe settled in ? Continued from first pagoV Bourbon county and Stone creek Thj? following items of earl ?o'nen.year look its name from him. mm r. it fJi Kentucky history is furnished b . . , n JOHN FINDLAY 1707 tTimiMaret, President of Boonp " ," ' r jj nigging dlfehei with dyna&He In i7lj Jonh Pindlay. made an sinipjyn. newer and more Improredis freezing 'farui or stumping powdeti Way Mt; Vernon, Ky.,;w.hov .will used Iff :fijo'spread" farthe'r"a'rJart.;f shortly publish a histcry of Dan expedition into Kentucky for the moTiTod of trench building. Tne meth-- often ia;rarg,e uiwbes- - Mrrar-''fou- r " 1 yrar employed in wet work U simply to or Ave feet... In. this case Hch bols fjtl tu JJ anrf-- purpose of hunting and trading iel Boone, "and of punch holes from eighteen to twenty-fou- r must btf primed with an'electrlccap.v with the Indians. From CumberHighways, etc. . inches deep along the line desired as the exploBlv"8hock will' not propt ", J year nthly ', land Gap the warriors path "lead- to diteh and then load each hole with gate in dry ground. ' "In 1750,2 small party of and Culpepei ing from the Cumberland ford, 1 charge of- CO per cent straight'dyna-nite- . The cheapest lineal foot ofvsinall 1 year monthlye by using counties. T)?. Thomas Walker, along the broken country on the Long stretches of ditch can be loaded ditch is obtainednd':ifa"rm- the" electric flting method or- atumptnf Ambrose Powell and Colby Chew, eastern branch of the Kentucky nd fired at one time. One cap placed powder. , t, among them, entered what is now river, and so across the Licking Regular Value . the State of Kentucky at Cumber river, toward the mouth of the Imbmmik&hLLLLLHih land Gap, being the first whjte Scioto.'' Two vears later 1769, for all Five, men known to have visited interi- - Pindlay conducted Daniel Boone, or or Eastern Kentucky. Isaac John Stewart and three others, Shelby, the first governor of the from "their homes on the Yadkin is open to all, old and new State, stated that in 1770 he was river in North Carolina to a spot ' If vou are ofeserit a subscriber to anv of the on Yellow Creek, a mile or two "on Red river, the northernmost KKsmmmwfSsm sPssI.HSBk1t '' ' Ztmmmmmw9KsWtWLsSBssssm from Cumberland mountain, in branch of the Kentucky river, WMsWSFMPiiC:iBSsWsmmmW9f9tsmW above send us jour order and your time will be extended. company with Dr. .Walker and where John Find lay had formerly Why not jiiafce home life really attractive by providinggood literature that can others, when Walker told him of been trading with the Indians be enjoyed by all th family. We have especially prepared this combination to meet having been upon that spot twen where on June 7th, i769, from the these requirements, and all atra price within reach of everyone desiring 'the very best tv years before, and "yonder top of an eminence they saw with Please remember bur agreement with these publishers fs limited and we reserve the beectfttee bears the record of it; pleasure the beautiful level of right to withdraw this offer without further notice. Therefor; OUR; iMOTTO IS:1 "Take Ambrose Powell marfct his name Kentucky." This point is located Load!n9- advantage now while the opportunity is offered you. Th Ditch. and the year upon it, you will find about 30 miles East of Richmond BLASTING DITCHES THROUGH 8WAMP."'"- We'can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our readers, and feel satisfied you .' it there now." Col. Shelby exBOONE CAPTURED BY INDIANS i" .will be more than delighted with the investment. Iris impossible to send sample copies, but they XnMHMMeaa amined the tree; and found upon While out hunting, one day, i can oe seen on display at our office, i Call or "mail orders to it in large, legible characters, A Boone and" Stewart were made Powell-175- 0. ITGIVESJrrlE BEST RESUtTS. . The party traveled prisoners. Alter several days down Holston River, crosst over they made their escape and upon LIGHT, TRADE, the mountains into Powell's Val- returning'tb their camp found it ANATOMley, thence thru Cumberland Gap, plundered and their comrads ICALLY makK. andaloDg the route afterwards "dispersed or goue home. " PindCORRECT Celebrated as the Wilderness lay made his way back to the setRoad, until they arrived at the tlements. Stewart , was shortly Hazel Patch, now Laurel1" county. afterward killed by Indians.; but BSSfe Hefeliht-cpmpan.HOLDS SivirJed. . :Dr. "not until. Squire Boone and anoth How Up Date Are Easily and Economically Realizing Walker and his party turned er adventurer had found their rC northward, to the Kentucky river, way from North Carolina to his on Land - "Y TSC Impossible of Cultivation; . SrHElOOPdVESV-which he called Louisa river, f - -- brother's camp in the cane land. MTHELEVRyOJ,.Sr 1 ,'. . .'-.I V jtdown some distance with The tragic death of "Stewart BOTJT400.000.0O0 acres bt land' tiM stuai out ef;tk ground. To se- - kind r size of stump caa out finding much level land, be frightened the new comer, and he orern all included in farms taxooxhooi core .best results the charge should be. since different conditions came disappointed and turned up "returned home by himself." placed in the sou1 welTusder'the base cases. Two stumps of' the same sixe, tit :United States, are one of its branches to its head and The brothers were thus left alone Eieurinx that: each of.tht'stUBip at the point where the! kind and age of cut; when'one is grown offered crosst over the mountains to New in the wilderness. On the first of acre could "be made to produce at least; resistance wiiTbe tothe force of the on welL dralne4 soil where, the roots-mus- t .jtsvnezplosibk penetrate a greatdepUr equal on aU sides. water, $25' wortn pt produce per "year, there jvet in Virginia to a place now May I770 Squire Boone "returned Where th'soil & "of a heary clay or and the other is grown on soil where is approximately" $10,000,000,000" pro- plastic nature-'cklled Walker's Meadow. is there- is always water near the surface, home for a new recruit of horses duction, being lost annuallji . Quit a preferabl,.sucha3 kxemomATit or wUl, demand different treatmeat' for It is said that- Walker was mak- and amunition. leaving Daniel MAn , Exercise NaZB. tidy' figure. And when,-.w-e take Into, stumping .powder; , Where .the .earth is extraction. The. older.stumps, especial ing for the Ohio river,, but bore alone without bread, salt or sugar, consideration tbat la aaany cases 'it re- sandy ot loose ind Ms apf't permit ly ji irom umoer tree rrom resin, re-- . top far to the East.' The party or even a horse or dog. While quires .only- the removal ' of sundry the eaayfescape of 'gaseea fast explo-- - quire less- - powderThe exact amount u Smithsonian necessary forset- cBdltiose. can,. how- stqmpe And bHders4to malu'.tkis lajwlj slTL.such:.as.lOitp m per iOMfcdyo homes. thus alone, in May 1770 .he wandthen 'returned to their , . proutabie, it .certainly loots as:;tqoug&: Lzalte' should be usd.. The condition of ever, be readily deterjmlBed,wlthria.JUt-Dr. Walker lateWurveyedput the ered to the hills that skirted the ' tle'eXperimentiSg. ui'oiiwica' respect to moisture aiso JFewstfools andsupIieiewqairtdV, somewins. mignt De aone to savej-tnborder 1fne between Tennessee Ohio river, and for the first time "Stsmplnriwiivdyni<e"k.is has SiiirtlaafewiBiatbef-aBiouh- t wasraaajialf-iachtctisV P&j'fiJr1 ft SJ tseod.aager btji ansiwsomtaUr- quick-Janand;Kjentracky; Tennessee was.'; riii life'lbpkeddbwn upbntHSfelna- l : " Id '. i f c cf a with a shank .about foa&asA eaa-aa- lf District of" Wash-ingto-o. jesuc stream, squire returned SZiZFliJ .H" .IS- J mrSnfA.SirJSKISSKSSfflSffi' fe'lt'Tong, a1 'medium ixed'crowBaxT a , gd j .rx XT,, L 1. -- 2' u me .uaae 01 iue iartitu ' "'-,. iL .MA : ..T I; L. ' v Vii i mi. -meuiouA inToire in ibs Diasuag aiBpraaaXBe utoonrulfukiii&p to' 'wMA <feAmri-&- l aoodeaf i . f M--A A July 27th. with horses and amuni-- t xue r :ii UVfiWW;' V. tamping. ttMtTohooAtUwuvHUNTERS ion; and the brother, "monarchs I' Jot a stiTmpJa to'tiontma" a quantity ot a Ne OTHER EXPTJORERS-ANset 'jEBlea as teethe. amount of tkat wkes , " &ia3 raV company of 15 men, of all they surveyed,'' hunted thru Y-- . txplod?ertte:xps(liai; gases will lift lb MTv VERNON; Phone, NO.-3m SlwggsJ and explored the country until WallSn, KENTUCKY'S Readlri"g:Mter:thatWilI;AppeaI;tb vi'' Every Member of; Yotir'Family. .;' r Here. Is Our Offer - 1 $1.00 ; -v ,r d -- j -- jnotnly. -- FKM& KRESIDE, --- .50 .50 - WiMANS WORLD, J. - ... Our Special Pripe, 1 Ve,ar1 $3.10 75 : THIS GRAND OFFER at -- UsBsMMMMMMMMMtmXmsmVsL' The M MT; to V E R MO N Farmers Hitherto nnlm-proved. SIGN A L Getting iffe Bbllar From Under the Sttiihp yi AZ Ik " A -- - fr a - Cfrrk " -f- arm-powder -- The Tsbsttfullyifk r',f S r - -- - ? e - first-cUeaTE- -- r -- -- . iv4d fan - - t-- tt D frJ " 17lJ. 'r. - ISEB&flflSWr "" 1 explosfrtf-sacj&swBBer yl5iPo - y s i.- . 9- oBK-:trre- rr ;.-t- -' r-:- -i i2r U! ... zzruarzzr - ' i i.. 'VV". ' -- v.' wC3,C;-W. , ,-- -i -- '. r i( ..: v" io coninpuiiDg- - 'V .- --I FyBtttiuM cuts ,gMU .t. r..-j shf:TaTB6' n -- iuuu oi me ...- -- re .I. skkViSIs at the christ. IAN CHURCH, SQR.SUNDAY. Sunday-- School 9..5 a. m. Prsacb;rrg.'1servTfle-: -- mt - I' r i ' K j 'I 1. t i 'Rnnna Known God." . Way Opera House goes for the Meeting of" the";' Official Board .jbenefitr or the library. Go and 3 p.m. J help out a worthy cause. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p.m., led by "Loyal ons." " George-T.Johnson' who It was Preaching service 7:30 p.m., bought the fine pigs at Stanford "The Epesian Silversmith's Plea." and shipped them to Mt. Vernon NHVILLC R R.CO. LOUMV1LLC in the name or Geo. Lewis. The PUBLIC LIBRARY. T ME TABLE. express man got the name wrong The much talked of Public LIt is impossible to buy finer clothes for the money ! They 5.o7 p m and wrote it Lewis Instead of !2'uortn are made exclusively to your own individual measurements ' - t ibraryis now a reality and for the 3:56 am Johnson. 2 1 .jortn c present," will be open to the pub from fine genuine all wool fabrics tailored by expert :'6 .south ..; ii:48 a rr KB00lU3J3RBAiRU7Q HOG:-.Maj- .S. lie, every ' Saturday from 2 to. 5 craftsmen Smartly Styled and in every sense of the ". 12:13 a m i South. ...St .'. S. Morrow 'killed"--, nog of uis'own o'clock p. m. word First Class Tailoring. Jas Landrum, Agent. raisinKjeiterday,,' which tipped On application books may be Phone No. 8. ' the beam At 954 pouuds. Tb'is i taken out for a. period fabrics too are very superior in point of design; every new of two tne largest iiuj ve have heard of weeks free of charge, and if at the .iurel at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoflBoe ever, u'avwg iieen killed in--- ' this "expiration of this weave color of the season being shown in mail matter. 118 time, one desection 01 ibe otate, S5ouitret sires longer, by notiry our big display -. Journal. PERSONAL ing the.Lfbrarlah tfie 'ime will be Co. -- was extended. But Jfxu notice is giv The K. M''ET-'Flo- ur . Dr. M. Pennington is in Louisjudgement .lor $0,000 en a feeof one cent will be charggiven ville today.r The prices too will more than satisfy you can buy a suit from $15 00 to $35.-0against tbeinsurauce- - companies ed for each day over the two Mrs. Fred Krueger has typhoid which carried policies for $10,000 weeks the books " are kept. Apwith a value attached to each price that positively cannot be beat. very sick. and is on building and stock which was plicants will be helcl responsible Mrs'. U.' G. Bakerf was 'reported destroyed by 'fire at Livingston in for the return of the books. , very sick' yesterday, The school boys and girls are will not be ap The case 1 9 14. especially invited to take advantMwUfiliEIEliri Mrs. John Clontz has been down pealed, f age of this opportunity. Of course seven weeks. sick for The night office of the L. & there wijl be the expense of fuel S Mrs,. Gardner, has been very N., which has fceea'ciosed-fo- r rs the H and some other incidentals to be sick lor the pasrweek. past sis or eight months, was re .borne by the committee in charge rjnoved into A. opened yesterday. Agent "J. : A. Will Baker-ha- s of "the library. Soon one TuesFresh bread every Tuesday and DThe ftockholders of The Bank B. Fur'trisir's residence. Landrum, assisted by' S. B. day evening out of tke month, Mr Friday at Fish's restaurant J 3t of Mt- - Vernon held their annual will work first trick, Clar Little Lucille Albright has been Owens, the generous hearted meeting Monday. The following Pi Get your fresh fruits at Fish's I enceFergusonsecond and J. J. very sick during the week. officers were Jonas offered to share the restaurant. 3t Mrs. W. M. Poynter, who has Lawrence third; Assistant Agent proiits of the picture show, McKenzie, Pres.; G. S. Griffin, with 7 McKenzie,-wil- l be on duty from The people on both sides want Vice-Fre- s been sick .since Christmas, is some ; W. L. Richards, CashK the library committee. Thns by MONTHS a. m. to 7 p. m. SIX ....-- .. ONE YEAR the bond issue case tried this ier, and V. C. Tate, Assistant better. patronizing the Picture Show next ' j, court, and they are expecting a Cashier. The directors are Jonas TJ. G, Bakerf Son is the style Tuesdy night you will Mrs S. Q. Martin has returned give supsubmission of the case let it go as McKenzie, G. S. Griffin, S. H. from Virginia and is very much of Mt. Vernon s new wholesale port to "Your Library." I it may. r- -J grocery firm which began busiimproved, Martin, L. T. Stewart, E. S Al- v A SCHGOL OF MFTHODS AT !?'X-Master William Sparks is slow-l- y ness only last week. We have "Notice: All parties holding--j .bright, W. L. Richards and C. 0. SWhHWtSiSrzjar f siMJAMmi recovering from a seyere.case longcthugWbajMiejojyL; qxaims against, tne estate ot K.osa Williams. The year ot 1915. as Mr. Roy K. Roabruck one 0 Pajne; deceased, witlpresent same bad as it was proved a very sucshould "have such a business and rrof scarlet fever. Ry; State-'urMa??. School workers to me on or before February 1st, cessful one for The Bank of Mt. a W. tL Tones the Wiiaie mer weknpw of nomanin the county- the -' r: JL1 : .(NOT SUNDAY)Vernon, A dividend of 7 per cent u$a a DusiiwcscnoqiS 01 the Christian? hls'rohnLwitKT qctr buuea proven. Those chant, is confined' to.. ist-sr- .' .??:; jv. -- 1! .t. t -waaf in II :; to the estate will please was paid stockholders and an a very severe Cjas&of tfrgrip. - "V ness iwau u:.st3aicre. ui mber;of andthis film, Mr. U. G. Baker, who is M4JfeUMond-a- v night, r to arrange .settlement jgfsame . amount equal to 6 per cent was T, Mrs. Cox, soajClauddan44aH oneWthe cSBfiSpKS fS nffibst witri s"bme of our lecal Dock LangFord, Admr. left as undivided profits. The ' ter, Miss Grace, have beenery successlul business, pen. workers about plansfor a school Jan. i4-3- t bank already has a surplus of ' . in. . sick for the past week with? grip. A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE- 'ofmethods'tp; be held here in the $6,500. Those connected with the WOMAN'S CLUB JoQ'Bowling, of Bobhes Hollow, The little' son of Mr.' and Mrs. was in to'wrl - Wednesday getting spring. The regular meeting of the Art institution are specially pleased Our Eleventh Sunday School W. B. Reinke, which has been medicine for his triplets, all. three Department of the Woman's Club with the splendid years' showing. :t :' District is a part oLtbe Eleventh very sickvfor several days is - bronchial suffering from"pneu was held at Langdon School on Mr. James McCall and Mrs Sar better. tv.-mbnia and onf about as 'slolcas- Confessional District and com Friday,;January lourteentb, Roll rah Riddle were married Monday AND Roy Britton and. family, who - tnree prises the following counties: call was responed.toby names of The wedding was set for several tne ,otner joe savs torliave been located at .Bond for. a .weeks, it has kept alf thV family" Kqckcastle, Laurel,-- Knox, Bell, pictures of French artists. Very days before but both parties were Whitley and Harlan. In 1014 a few months have returned to Mt. interesting papers were read by sick, and the bride was in bed sick the" neighbors' busy;-da- School, of Methods was li1rl:at. "' Vernon. looking after the and night Mrs. W. J." Sparks, Mrs. J. W. when the ceremony was performV toAnd he one lo be held Otto Reynolds, who has had a youngsters. When one -- cries, all London. Brownand Mrs. E.lSr Albright ed. The- - groom had recovered ' severe case of pneumonia,- is rap- three cry wliich'rrecessitates aboat here 'from May 29th to June 2nd on Corot, Rosa Bonheur and Mil- from his illness and when he re Special Rate Period" Limited 'to These wiube jor theideventh District. let,' idly improving and will soon be three nurses instead of one. They respectively. After the read-in- turned to Mt. Vernon Monday Months. Ourfschool invited the School able to be out. I. are getting better. of the papers, the master- from his brother's where he had 'of Methods for this year, and we -- ..;.Miss Elhyle Davis came in home ot the above named artists been sick, and found his intended are vry fortunat:Ju,securing it, pieces APPpN$MENT$j form Poplar w Grove last Sunday , were presented by means of the in bed with no one in particular to Splendid -district iiraaioptycan, and werevc ksa very sick. Her sister.yMlss Enu k "Teachers 6:'pe'rsoVsVp'repring as ptheriscb.Qols' most inter wait upon her, he insisted that Z I. r .u"D-:-u- were anxious for At? ZZ .tr: . .Th cPhUl a ar i.. ma, is teaching this week in her to teacn may get appointments., aatinglyinterpreted by Miss Stew thev marry at once, so. that he b . . . a Y Mr- . J "i AMWKW4Miy, jaiww.T-'-vi' ttVI, sMt&lmk t&fL'School of Meth-- . at.Very few of the members could care lor her. The license ' 1 -: Hum mc 3lace. ods has the .advantage of being d office to the,. Eastern State -- Nor? and Judge Ballard wereable to attend, jbnt every one tphave'!: all..of its workers Subscription ' orders at this' jate will oeLac-- . LOCAL mal at Kichmond-whic- h will eli- present enjoyed the excellent called who tied the knot. This present, and where such schools cepted only when sent through 'regular Courier-- , Luther Manus will move his title tnem.to attend a most .excel-- ; is one case where we heartily inprogram. ' Journal Agent in this district- restaurant from the Krueger build- lent school' tfee;- I am- - anxious hav been 'held, .the local school The'next meeting of the Club, dorse the sick bed marriage, and hes had a permanent" growth. ing to the Fish building. to have you come in and talk It Friday January twenty-eightat we want to commend Mr. McCall This will be a real school. The ! over with me. Let's plan to go will be in charge of the for his nobleness of purpose as ; Read cur special offer for papers State Sunday SchooJ Association 3 o'clock, to school this winter and spring. civics'comraittee of 'which Mrs. well as being anxious as he was to on second page: Here you get will furnisha faculty of three or . MT: VERNON, KY. . Yours for better schools". Cleo W. Brown is - chairman. have the nuptial kuot tied as early all the r.ading you will want, exfdur members. There will be a Mrs.W. AJB. Davis, as possible. Mrs. McCall, who Mrs. R. A. Sparks and Mrs. cept it be a daily paper, and it is schedule of time and subject, con' County Supt. will be the speakers. has been suffering with a severe almost at the price of one. Now sisting of, six or seven periods, COURIER JOURNAL CO., Louisville Ky. : case of the gnp, is some better. WOMAN'S MEETING is the time to.send in your order. TEACHER'S CER I'lFICATE each" day, in which as many sub Woman's Meeting of the Rock- The Signal extends its very best Your schools are closing, You jects will be.presented, in lecture The damage suit of Will CumZXT2X2 VSSL castle and Laurel River Asscia-tion- s wishes. mins vs. W. J". Sparks Co., went are getting ready for the teach-ei- form. Each instructor will preto be he held in the school I examination- - in May. You sent that phase of the work on C. out of court on peremptory in. ' building at Livingston, Ky., Jan. which he has specialized. structions. While working in the want to make a certificate, and ATTORNEY-AT-LAAn invitation will be extended 29th, 1:30 p. m. W. I. Sparks Cos quairy, the plain- teach. Some of you are teaching MT. VERNON. KY. PROGRAMME tiff "was caught between two rock and want. to make a better certifi to. all of our local Sunday School -- 0FFICE.-0n2nd. floor f xi leg. cate. You would like to go Jo teachers and workers, regard cars and received 'a broken Bank ot'Mt.Vernonon Church l'ht Mrs. Nellie Rice. street. Special attention given Judge Thurman, of Springfield, school near home. All the above less of church affiliations, to be in tT collections. was the special judge sent to try you can do. The Mt. Vernon all ot these sessions. And every Song, AiwK Our line of Couch Caskets aaamW WSLW W teacher, Sunday School or other- Welcome Address, Graded High School offers . you - .v lhone No. 80. , -- the case. is unexcellu.: Mrs. Fannie Oliver. this opportunity. We have . at wise, who is .earnestly striving to Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished Mrs. W. M. McHargue died at ' pi esent eight who are. taking our cause. .some; one to lenow or to Response, Mrs. Edgar Albright. her home near Pine Hill Sunday Hearse senl td all "parts of want to know, feels the need of The Woman's Hvmn, , Twenty-threnight of pneumonia'.and a compli- course to teach this fall. , & V J fclLJ(UaJcKVSuaaaMaa4ju he C6unty,V . . , -- . Conover tcchers prepared-- them-- " the besfmethods that the age has. "What the Woman's Work Means cation of other troubles. The de This' school,- - though not as large to theCause of Christ," year.; Jpin,xis and' '( ceased was a Miss Chesnut, sister selyeshere.last as some, will present spme of the All orders- - by Wire Promp'tlVjFiired Mrs. Laura Baugh. get ready for that certificate. . MT. VERNON, KY to Dr. Lee and Wilbur Chesnut, t aW jMk'BT ,!' TDavfsMtr eTystjnQthpds that theSun-da- y 'Why a Woman's Organization Af -IK -. s w r l. m -. m Fron tRooms over Baker's Store before her marriage. Besides her . jyriteoLseeiO-Ctschool, world Jibs' .developed 49-Church j" , in Every W Ky. Vernon, Phone :'r. fc husband she leaves sis children Mrs. t: I. Hughes; 3!CX3Cae3CXX3Cab oung -i Mt. VeenoN School"1 Board, Ja 'X MT , ottr-L.-Phone 94-and to this family "Uhil'dfen'sHome," sympathy. The burial took place COMMON SCHOOL DIPLOMA Mrs. Frank Maris. Langdon Monday at the family burying ,; President's Hour Each President ., EXAMINATION ..-ground near P;ne HilL 'C'.'-- . to tell something of the Work the Woman's Club .met at The January .diploma examina IngdrSchooTlast Friday. the J of their own Society Ad George Mullins and Fred The vantages and Disadvantages, charged with holdingw'upanaf tions' for Commoa'Schoor Diplo meeting was very interesting in Open discussion. will be held at Mt. Vernon spite of robbing J. H. Browning and a mas -.1 .the sma41.i:atendance. Song and Prayer. t. I. . by, the name of New-lan- and r Brodhead next " Friaay'arid Mrs.john .Brown. Mrs.v brakeman Mrs. J. E. WoobiLLL, Pres. W:J. BBBBBBBBBBBBBaPBHiln wereurought here Wednes Saturday, the .28tH and "29th Sparks andMrs. Edgar Albrigit -I :Ky ;. day night and tried before Judge This is the time" for read papers "on IFfencfi art. , A ML Mm to take-t- he examinations. "The' Young Ballard who held Mullins over un5 -- ' ?Sra:33?!? Men's, Class of . the SALE FOR .TAXES. der a $75o 'and Elkins a $500 Your schooOs Sqw closing" "arid Presbyterian Sunday-scho- ol, I, or some one authorized by COMPLETE) . LINE'-- " .' is , entitle . you to Dona wnicn tney lauea to give.. this diplpmar.-wilLentertaining this- - evening1 with 'a me, will oiler for sale at the iront CoESns," Caskets and Robes. tree-the attend'-sohoo-l Mount Vernon Monumental , rest 'of-th'- e Since both parties-atout on " ' ' door ot the Court House, in' Mt. party afrthe 8dhdbir: Vernon, Ky., at the hour of ten Mail, Telegraph the authorities year, fdiature years at Hi.' Ver ??&. darting -- of ..dressmaking o!clock a: m. on January 24th 1916, . Livingston. will notify. the.JBrisaa; Commissionphone orders Promptly will .rTBwriTVivM Lrij r t hasinspireda-greafrdea- l the following tracts of landGraded at- mtfe I .Teachers, am ure that- you TJlMers and if returned to the? pen? to Filled ed in the Livingston vm-taxes sewip'g- - dlissel8. "!lrJfl serverotubeic fifil mejf Muliihs are feqing tosfee tbatQJ? pjipils. d School district, to satisfy the :nd Bertie due said district on said land- for.iioujfder-andElkrBiV'DEALER in Marbles ana for grand uke;ihistu examination!.-- u.lt1s u tlS.-Mj- l SheJtOEuwerebothoalledhdmt? Name Property end'a 4iiknVs Taxes Granite Monuments of all larceny, ;tbe- - chargflf-nOagaiHst y Ory-- T7 R. M. K. ( house and lot 1 thenf wiflWheld 'foVtriat Whetf Estimates furnished kinds. i?lour Co Livingston Kv. J 119.50 thej5n)ive mpTfefcd their ioll ike ffkCe for further. lnfartion J&-?- ' on application. Fritz iJv j house and lot ? means-several Krueger ( Livingston, Ky. j" $6.00 vmi-: a. , ftaaaV' ri.fcTftUtaV" .""am si AO'MaBBBBl more yearslfc the pen" for bo(h of GEO. OWENS Propr. " L.H.pAVIS, ' County Supt. . im nn. Ktehina OF . FOR FLETCHER'S . tbeboys. , .1. JJv I LiaJto9ntalItotrame"'wltt j Treas. Livingston Glided School. . Poe 112 79 oat with SIQKJUL. ti o WnJ NOT" ttTTC - Vlil rimy nioVit.'c .trinW nt: fTl.- -. vrrAVa4 a A"C piUVttUJ fr rrrw.'. iiCJkL Aiicy f.Vin subject, '.'The Unknown and the ir:co a. a.. Let Fish's Do Your - - Tailoring The -- the-boo- k Come and See Them. 0 " THE CASH STORE Mc-Kenzi- e, zx $4.00 ' 52.00 '? C 0 u ri e o u f rt a :'-;- y -- T . '.i iou D.aily MaiT? c&'sentu'cky - 191b,-properl- y ed .' - -- FARM In and FAWjS Qu ring dan uaVy t - - and-mosf- of y F e: b r u ay O ):. m H Ty1 - -- g .- iu-4h- e -- x -- - t r y Gomtiriation?at:Littl7'; T-rm mT m j. mtc tz a. - -- uuuty-oupciiutcuucu- i'a was-secure- - -- h JULIAN MILLER --- Be-thuru- m 3 s' 2XEZ3Z2Z: r Williama. a , .,-- .,- -- UrHDBRTAKBK l. e -- " PH Dentist S. CSCaeC " -- -f -- -- 1 -- we-exten- d dategTjJTjr; News S' V J21-kin- s. d, a- - 'j$X$PWX&lP ..NO.TIPJI. GEANVILLE OWENS : .::. UN ERTAK'ER ... ,. ., Brodhead , e -- -- -- es-in-th- e -- s. Manufacturer w -- o n-.- Oliildren tier-:At-tlie-Dest- ;it - - .f ji. p TO R J 5kild'r.enwCxy' . ' - . v-- ' - WHY CHANGE DOCTORS? THE IW OF THE 6TATT GIVES TIE fiWLV I DON'T'DIVIDE PIKE COUNTY T5 r JLfc T7 m o sorry yow ZO- -- 1 7u fOIK YEAKS, rm&ff fw SOT TO iMn miuRffN vreitn WtMC .SO NICELY UrLSKK 1UUR C7&M fl HUiJ AMP KNOW N0TWN9 ABOUT I - f yi ihj I 'HB WM, IH J 1 Because: The people of Pike do not want it. County Medical r iiU5 Not Languid. j Hpwll . 'j -- 1 -- -- . MUST HURRY TO CATCH UP. Kentucky is making progress with her--' present school system, but it is uot nearly fait enough. She is so far do.wn.'t'fie'lino in the list of the states matters that she must hurry.eTen faster than she is now going to merely catch up with the main portion of the procession. The main obstacle, to the rapid progress ;ir ' the necessity for the changing of the Superintendent, of every four years. No two school men, no matter how well equipped they may be for this moit important position, can have ex- Tctly" the-sa-me ideas and ideals. So, whilt a new Superintendent is striving to adjust himself to the work begun by the man leaving the office, or deciding what changes are .to be made,, the school machinery' must at least slow down and time is lost. There isn't a man, woman or child in Kentucky who doesn't wish to se cure Deuer rural scnoois ana a more efficient school system. The biggest single thing they can do is to take the system out of politics. The next biggest thing is to allow the superintendent to succed himself, If he has shown that he can really do constructive work. No one wishes the child-lif- e of the state hampered or hurt by their having poor schoolhousea or a weak system. The Superintendent is not to blame because he is absolutely tied hand and foot by the Constitution .of Kentucky. If he is set free, both the man and the system will be placed in a position to do real work for the school children of th state. tnereis mean a new pauper This Condition! Really Means. county which will be a burden to I the rest of the state, When you are languid and 11 will more than double the listless, or lack ambition or feel taxes ol the people of both the so 'melancholy tliat life seems1 new and the old counties. scarcely wortlTthe Hying, it is ab v2,ooo of the 3,000 voters solutelv necessary that you take of the proposed, new county are treatment to correct these opposed to same. because you are The movement to divide the suffering from derangements of a county originated and is financed vital organ," declares one of tht by people living outside of the greatest medical authorities county and Some oi them out of The "tired feeling" means a the State. good de.i more than is generally Wallace J Williamson, of Wil- realized. It is not laoiness, it is a liamson, West Virginia, and his physical ailment that needs sor, Ben Will anisori, of Catlets- befoie it becomes burg. Boyd County, Kentucky, even mure serious by tak ni a will be the chief beneficiaries if firm Hold on ou "hiow off h t the new county is formed. They nervous d.pressio... It .s your uu-tWill inake 'over 500,000 out of the new county seat, which- wil Tanlac,- - the tonic, appetizer and be on their "landf These "same invieorant. that builds new tis- peopie Qiviaea i,ogan. wunxy, sua, vitalizes the. blood and act West.yirgima.and mader $i;ooty go favorable4 mf ailments of the 000 thereby. They now seek to'stmac e iiVtV H nd kidneys an divide Pike County and further c tarrh- - ffec he mucou en iuu uiemseives ai uie .expense iiieiuora . s is e p cia of the. State of Kentucky ai.d i cc t is.es.iOll s h. Kentuckiaus. results f iht tte ! u Out of the lrue numbe- - f( a? hitm.i j 1 p M.U men employed by the WMiiam ons',acK iri it 1:111 mk tn. 0 to "lobby ' in favur of ;his lull, 0j(i r. se 1 le lieii. r ut y. -r-.- It wiir Authority Tells What "Mrs. Katie" Baker" and Mrs. -- JfcaigitslSlnaBfaCftM -- lg-ll Thelma Barnes spent Saturday and Sunday with theircousin and Barries. R'ev, aunt, Thomas Clifford was pastor of Hopewell chureji for the year 19I6. Miss Bertha has returned home after spending three weeks1 "at Mt. Vernon Mrs Ted Harper and children, of Spiro, are visiting Mrs Harper's mother, Mrs. VVm. Nicel-y- , at this place Rev. James Barnes spent Thursday night withTiis sou, Alfred Barnes Ramey Shepherd is numbered Carmical with the sick. Rev. tilled his regular appointment at Hummell Grove Saturday night Sunday;-- - vlrs. James Niceley and children spent severi'l da s with Mrs; Win "Barnes last Week. Mrs. John Marler and Mrs. Joh VV. Kirby are both numbered with the' sick. The Baptist will h..ldtheir Fifth" Sunday meet?"- - at- - LU'ingsrVm 'in this Mrs-Alfr- ed Car-mic- al I II K Chi!'3- For Infanta and - Mothers Know Tteissue Genuine Castoria asse ! 1 AtCOHCi-SEHCKN- in -- AlwaVS gfttwamw Signature ness aau.Coulaias j&rfWlkSiaiMBiiMxSem tmglteSfomacnsaad Hears tne of ... W arv In otNabcotic. 1 I f test i I mt f riV Alt &3BBS& fT IossofSebef. "iivi iiinifinTRi i Use For Over mO'if . m v- - c m '" f- - is V-- ' i le . "All. has m Ij vngstjoii to ).u( -- Mr. - i!tKl at : C1-- . 'Ait -- Thirty Years If jN'OT UNK the proposed ne count- liiz. - N o It w.U vu jj fns t - e th's phc-- the Wei, ih- - fir f -- ebruary. ! still was re- - -- 2st-'i .... u. :(J - if continues, a- d iime ma.1 e as r utih -- lat s -- ur.ii . - If t . delay the time either county can have good roads.or improve us .schools It will inconvenience more people than it will benefit. Pike County Committee, J. D. Jones, . ' my hindsight," exclaimed the farmer .up stakes and move into town someDock Langford, Ami. as he pushed his pass book 'through where when I'm just in my prime and the farm paying better than evei the grating to the banker. before. I don't know a blessed thing "Hog market bothering you?" asked I can do in town, so I'll have to loaf fOft FLETCHER'S the banker, sympathetically. and potter around and worry a lot beI "No, it's the children this time." cause I'll know the farm won't be kept "None of them sick, 1 hope?" con- up like I've kept it." tinued the banker. "But why do you say that you have LIVEN UP YOUK TORPID "No, but they have all grown up got to go?" asked the banker. LIVER faster than I calculated they would. "Because," answere'd the farmer To keep your liver active use Here's Mary, that was a baby only the slowly and thoughtfully, "because I other day, seems to me, and now she's believe way down deep in my heart Pr. King's New Life Pills. They through all the grades and .ready for that every child in this country that insure good digestion, relieve conHigh School. Say, why under the sun wants the advantages of a good educa- stipation and tone up the wnole haven't we got a High School in this tion is entitled to it, if it is possible to system keep vour eye clear and neighborhood?" give it to him. I wouldn't do anything your skin fresh and healthy look-- 1 un, 1 uon i Know, aeems to me i on top of this earth to hinder any of ing. Only 2sc at your druggist' there's lots of reasons. First and fore- my children from getting all the edumost, we haven't ever had one, and, cation they want in the second place, taxes are just "What's bothering me now is that about as highcas folks will stand for. every mother son of us has been Anyhow, you're doing pretty well,, and mighty to say the least. so am I, so what's the use of worrying Why haven't J, why haven't you had gumption enough to see this thing comabout it?" "Confound you and the way you look ing toward us all the time? I've been at the whole proposition," exclaimed, busy farming and you've been busy the farmer as he brought his fist down watching your money grow as it goes on the counter. "You say it will raise out over the counter and comes back the taxes. I know that just as well as again, im a successful farmer and you or anybody else, I reckon. I know everybody knows you are a dandv too. that I myself have made that same banker, but I'm mighty sure and cer old, lame excuse for not having better tain that we ain't just' what we ought schools You say I'm making money on to be as parents." the farm, and you're making money "But you forget there's another side here in the bank, so we shouldn't worry a bit Man alive, the trouble "Hold on a minute, Mr.-- Banker, hold with both of us and a lot of other folks on. There ain't any other side to this 1b. that we've let the "dollar In our eye question; there never was and never get so big that we can't see around it will be any other side to It I want to at all. We're and we're tell you that I've been running this willing to farm and to bank and make thing over In- my mind a whole lot in 21 money and let, things kinder drift" the past few weeks and there ain't any "Say, look here," exclaimed the other side to the question. The whole $16-00'p- er .banker, "you're doing a. whole lot of thing is as plain as. the nose on your talking, .but you" haven't given me any4 face. Here It Is. The child has a real idea of wnat started this big' mma and it is the only thing that'll spasm of ybujrs.", save uVfrom being a nobody and a ., "I'll tell you bow It started. ,It start- failure in life. So when the child says ed with the kidsat home-" gjettirig big it w.ants that mind trained .neither you and demanding th!ngs.fo$gmselves. nor I nor anybody else has got any It all happened idea right to get in the child's way." "Perhaps there is something in what that they were anyjjjjjjgSror old enough to do much thSMijjiJSipf them-selve- you say. It might" Let me tell you; kraiL'aw't half . "Perhaps, nothing," exclaimed the the fools grown, folkg think they are. farmer. J'You and I and every other As I told you awhile ago;' Mary's fin- man down in this part of the country ished at the If ttle country, school .at, the haehur"t and crippled enough fine cross roads and she says .she's going to children who simply couldn't get away High School. OC cSirse, It wouldn't so they could be really educated. BeT be a ,har,d matter?fprus to send. Mary sides we have run lots and lots of the off to school, but by the time she'll be best of them away and they didn't ever ready to graduate from Ilfgh Scliool, ,come.backv,either. Mine are goint; both 5!UJh know whether they thercbJkire.nwldi.b.e. away from home, too', grtUng-:an"du- r wli evercome back, and I can't blame " - 2 "them one bit, Perhaps, you say,cation. . per"Of course, neither my wife ,npr I haps,- my goodness, man, here we are want to "be left on" the .farm by our fifing" in an- age when an education is selves. To tell you the tionesMtruth' f everythinr'and we kill all chances in my wife is going to go --with life-f-or our children before they really '&&K&3C2glft 3C3GfeC3lGaB3ICS when they go, and you can bet your get started' In life. Perhaps, why we going to try to ain't as good as painted savages, bottom dollar I'm not hold down the farm by myself. All of they don't know any better.' PUBLIU SALE. As administrator of the estate of Rosa Pa ne, decease, I will, on Monday, January 24th 1916, at the home place, offer for sale, the oocxxSxx i". .'..'. 06 K$pXi2vx. Sn BBnN mA following: 1 horse and 1 cow, 30 bushel corn, small amount of fodder, a few carpenter tools, some chickens, the household and kitchen furniture and a few other articles not named in this list. Terms: All amouuts $5.00 and under, cash in band, over $5.00 three months, with security and bearing legal interest. "I wish my foresight was as good as this simply means that I've got to pull This Jan. 14th, 1916. WE SHOULDN'T WORRYAMINUTE win n or w. bought f Jam -- Arnold n. - lch mnil d dl-.tr- . Men and women, f.om the high cow and calf f r fit'' jes. to the lew, sl wa!ks ol ... r . Notwithstanding the rough weath ery where are tt-- tit ing to the re- er the Sunday chooi at this lief T nlac has ' them No place continues, hut not so large otuer reme- y has ever won such y attended, Mrs Th6ma Penix Chm. great endoienients that can only is very sick. - sul.( member -- eeing. Exact Copy of Wrapper. .N f CASTORIA TMC CIWTAUH aOMMNir. HCW YORK CPT ii The Man With Million bank A Children Or y 5 ASTOR m uch surprise was occasioned among his host ot friends here when n: ws came fr- m Harrods--Jtiur- g Needs a clean bank, a a early til the week that Ed C. Walton had soid the Harrodsburg with a the progressive Ltadt-r- . which he bought oril hundred cannot afford to do business a c"U pie of weeks ago, to Owen Mclntyre, Arthur W Timoney Peoples any other kind THE SHOCK WAS FATAL" and E A Hundley, of Danvii-'e- . Mr. Walton and family are al is seeking OUT business and is pre "A Fellow dropped into the of ready Oack in Stanford and their fice the other day and ordered friends hope they will never leave pared to care for the paper, and we were glad hereiagain. Mr. Walton has a Said it was worth the money to business deal in view here, which INTEREST .,EAID ON TIME DEPOSITS any man of intelligence and. we 'caused him to sell out at Harrods were ticl'led. Said it was the burg. He still thicks that Stan mainstay of the town, and: we ford is the very "best town on the were Snpertickled Said it was map and hopes to locate here perthe greatest booster and the most manently. , The new owaers of reliable townbuilder and develop f the Advocate, with the exception m M J "'"'S ." w?' Jwwns?s's alf'V ?"!yP'w1 t." er in this whole community, and of Mr. Huudley, are" wellknown flllsjssSiaSsas,s ai"wais'ssj aSss' mSm ejss we yelled with joy. Paid for his newspaper men, Mr. Mclntyre paper, and -- we slid gently to the being the junior editor of the floor in bl'issful unconsciousness Danyilie Advocate and. in active Nature had reached its limit." chargeof that paper while senior m o-o-o Ex. 4i W. V. Richardson, - has been in m Washington as the private secretary to Senator Ollie James. InFOR FLETCHER'S terior Journal.- VI - come from superlative merits. Tanlac is now being iutro- duced in Mount- - Vernon at at the drugstore of Chas.U. Davis can .also be obtained, at Livingston at the Central Drug Co., and at John Robin's Drugstore, Biod-heaKy., where it is explained daily to many people d, strong bank, man with The it. y I Peoples Bank isssssNssi sisssi' B Children Cry ooo CASTORIA short-sighted, jxl zxz "WANTED to" EITHER RED OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the L. & N. Auto Spokes Ux2lt J6 in, long, $5,00 SPLIT HICKORY RECTO FOR CRAY .HAIR. To half Vint of water add 1 ox. Bar Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, and Vi oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week'untll it becomes tba desired can put this up or shade. Any drug-gla-t you can mix. It at home at very .little, cost. Full directions for making; and- use come in each box of Barbo Compound. It will - Tis Said gradually darken streaked, faded cray hair, and removes dandruff.- It ia excellent for falling hair and will make harsh hair soft and glossy. It wUl not color the scalp, is not sticky or creasy, and does sot rub off. - Our nutiou is composed of a luxury loving people, careless of cost and reckless of .expenditure, with the lack of realisation what wise economy means. SIZES" self-satisfi- - x 3, 16 in. long, $J3.C0per 1000 pieces J 000 pieces 3 x 3!, 16 in. long, Timber must be clear of all defects ' Our Mr O. W Jarrett will make inspections when notified pr J 000 pieces befgapuKy. s. STANDARD WHEEt CO. By John F. Fisher, Mgr. Yours Very Truly, yrSvtlbnt - &$3$3& , - JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE rf jft Gilbert of Shelbyville, has formally declined to become a candidate for the Democratic. nomination for Congress in this diMiict. This leaves an open field for Hon. George L. Pickett, of Shelby ville, who has been yety prominently ..mentioned as a candidate. Mr. Pickett will announce his candidacy in the next few days- - Pickett is" one of the few men. in the district who can defeat Congressman Helm Picket lives in Helm's- - stronghold and is yeryV"Par and it goes without say tng that he. will carry Shelby, A. derson and Spencer counties by. overwhelm'ng majorities. He served two ' terms as County Attorney'of Shelby county and is a member 61 fie lower house of the .Legislature in; the-- Cenerel Assembly, jn whichihe ha , taken high rank .as. thechair man vof the committee on.railrokds and of the' committee on rulesii Hdisacousi in; teLQoy. .Stanleyiaadf is clbseiy -- HJudge Ralph W. If that be so, let us endeavor to mold our habits and desires as wisdom dictates, and prepare for future emer-geheiand opportunities aud open nn account NOW in ic The Bank of Mt. Vernon M MT. VEKNON, KY. - says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., It Always Helps was-hardly - writing of Tier experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She- - says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I 4hought ihepain would kill me. I able JPtdQ.aoyuol jny housework. After taking three bottles ji JP QMjMr- IM&n to feel like a jiew woman. I soon pounas, ana now, 1 ao ail my nouseworK, gainea 1 afswelas"ruh, a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman- - would give fn a -- relate.to several prominent fam ilies in Lincolpqounty,,, , IMs sai'd -- -t- he-kids; 'foe-cau- se that be wilLprobablyjvcarrj v" Iin- - iii J.aMcCLARY ssi9me3 BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Wpl practice in all the Courts "Offices iii Bethurum" Bldg. - A General' Merchandise j- goolin;a of t coin.- - -- Dany ille Advocate. TO CURB CjtltDRENS COLDiS Ktfep- - child dryTdptEe" com- fortable,JVoi"d esposure'aiidDgiVe Dr. Bell'sPineTijpHohey; ;It'k 5 't'trrar YsM use . jwn. fplefanfeft 1""" raises,pntegmLJtna rceauce&H tnna- fl.'I!fjncA .!ffM..W ; swthkii' aattcptic ii'rn- fiaHsHMViaf For Sale: 50x200 Jfeet in One Town Lot, . mmmmi STANFO Lj. embalmer tion. Alsoa-goo- d the Sparks addiyoung mare. Fred Baker, Mt Vernon, Farm Impleipents ;fcyt 7 VJtr-',Jt.,f,- nei, c;nunucji igugi&mw proper carewUUvojatnousuill. njes ofe. long.cold. .'XJonit delay rSa-rt- Cardui when I feel a little bad, ahd if alWays 'does vme good." - Headache backache,- - side ache nervousness, tked,; worn-o-ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs, that you. need Cardui, the. woman's " tonic. You cannot make a..nlistake in trying Cardui the Woman's Tonic foryouf trouble. It has 'Been helping weak, ailing women for more thahfifrjrryearsi A lf eFfe't'weaKy. .Beat i DrBggistr.; i?1 4aWeni,ii'WyStit;,chird In- - liu Get:a BotiUslToday! ,M Ky ac3SK3ea333ic3K j L . ' m$fcp& gfeiaS ,y lpU &3 T J- :53?i: -i X;, $ ,vs