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Mount Vernon signal: March 10, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916031001_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 10, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4AJA It Published Every Friday il ffOMlt IWWMMWMBWBiMaMBPWMBPWWMM MT.-VERNO- tdttal. Established 1887 NTTMBEB 21 - VOLUME XXIX RnCKc a'I i r MiUN'M. KY . FRIDAY, MARCH 10 1916 be possible that thr Legislature will re district the state again and if they do perhaps the7 will move us back home. D. B. Rambo was at May wood Saturday visiting H . . ..i.i I r .,.111 ..aewj 'i ?. ." !"!!. i'l ' SSr.... ....... ' 0 - WMI .: mvv'wmt ii ' ' ' in I IMlllll iiHiN ii i.. . i h- cordi. g to his will, among his children Besides his widow he is survived by a number of child- ren, all of whom were with him at the time of his death. Dr. W.F. Carter, and little son, Master Charles Hicks, were in Shelbv vi le last weesc. Born to the wife relatives. ofOt'sFrtho Thnidavof w k a y box J V, Ta e 'at .v i Fdgar Herd i working a few days ui Paris this week. W. A. vpd ' i amp ra War-nhu n w H BUY EARLY "THE effect of 1 , 8 8 u Christian chuich Saturday ani Sunday Our old friend W, M Hicks was in Mt. Vernon Satur day. We have heard that he pur chased his license on that date have had to buy with greater care and discrimination . f. but this we io n .. I .. u iav this be true t ihan ever, to protect oar customer against poewfabrics. made, the announcement public why we appreciate having a line of medium-price- d from the number of our before now, yet we believe if ludging folks that have recentlytaken up Mart could find one of Mother clothes for men and young is absolutely detheir abode in Detroit, that in a Eve'a daughters that he ;could pendable Clothcraft. short time a great number of their love, or rather that could' love population will be Brodhead peo- him, he would enter the matrimoEvery piece of cloth that enters the factory is tested meple. The Rev. H. T Young and nial field. We will let the readers chanically to determine its strength and chemically to prove Moore, of Mt. Vernon, were of the Signal know if it be true, J. in town Monday. County Attor for we have done all in our powits ingredients. is but the first:of a long series of safeaev Gentry was in our city Tues er to help him find a better half.. guards that protect Clothcraft values day on business. Born to the IRED home of Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Krioxviflefs don't wait toc long, there'll be greater demand this Frith last Monday, a tine baby L. & IV. Trade spring for nationally known value like Clothcraft. Buy early boy. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Pike, of Danville, are visiting his par The Knoxville Board of Coments, Rev. and Mrs. A. f, Pike, 21 , J 6 in, long,f merce is receiving enthusiastic 11 per J000 pieces this week. Jesse Simpon,of Gar letters daily from the different rard county, ws with Mr. and 21 in. long $3.00 per 1000 pieces Mrs. Larkin Hicks, during th Hoards ot Commerce of the towns week 16 in. longj A. M Hiatt and Johi ind cities to be visited on. their 3 x per 1000 pieces First Trade Trip, assunngitneui ! Robins wrre in Stanford, Tiiurs- be clear of all defects. V jf their, hearty co pratton in Timber A " making this trip the decided" sue Mr. O. Jarrettfwill make inspections rgani2ttioii e s the Kuoxvill. DANUE.tr OF1 DRAT. when:: notified. pat. orn rcc.us. rAr, urr. Dratt ie best when we are ho J sired it to be. While this is to IK! k.i.u.. a id perspiring, just when they art be the first trip that Knoxville -- X3LZX 2 2 most dangerous and the result is has ever made of this kind, Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore" M us neither pains nor expense are be cles or sometimes an attack of Rheumatism. In such caes ap ing spared to make it a success in By F. ply Sloan's Liniment SreGlkrGLGL It stimu avery way. s ii lates circulation to the sore and The purpose of this trip is not painful part The blood flows iltogether for business purpoces, XZ 2X J. Pain er was in- - Memphis treely and in a short time the stiff r for selling goods, Lut rather tn j- ness and pain leaves Thoe suf neet the oeoDie of the variou reun., a "few davs a?o on teiing from NeuralijiBOr business. John Evans returned I will find one or two ap ' ivvnsfrom whom thev buv c7 v srnuu from ChicagoJ a few days ago nlicaMons of- Sloan's Liniment wl an i to whom they sell goods, and MMlMMil where he landed a good traveli g Mvy grateful re ief The agniz 1 tiring them i..t a closer rela XXE 2X1 )r Evous as with ing pin gives way to a tionship with each other. of comfort and warmth SjrofttaMKSssssss1 Colgate & Co , uf N w York, at KW3TT353lvsyJ In several of the larger towns and vuiet rest and sleep i pos4-ilthe time he went to . hicag.., ut t d cities where the "Special" is Good for Neuritis too. Pric All signs indicate and justify was lo. king lor a better plnce. ud 25c at your Druggist. b stop for some length of time, from what we are able to leam'he preparation is being made to en to predict that 1916 will be the got a better positiou and some many ways; lirtain the visitors tn greatest year of prosperity in the boot. Herbert Painter, son ot J. while in tho smaller towns where J. Painter, whe has been in Mis the length of stay will not permit history of old Rockcastle county. sissippi for several years, return jf extensive entertainment, Other "Y plentiful, labor scarce. Died, March Gth, Uncle Pete forms will be provided. ed home last week. Mrs. Bettie Tharp received a message from Bryant, 83 years old and a mem The ''Special" will consist oi us for u Booster Tickets.tf Uoalgate, Okla., a few days ago an her of the Christian church, tie eight Pullman cars, in- Get on board while the Going' s leaves a wife, two sons and two eluding two dining cars and one uouncing the death of her son, OLD RELIABLE Ion n Tharp, who died suddenly daughters and a host of friends to combination baggage aud refresh Good and get your share of Sic mourn bis death. He was laid to mentcar. at his home there. Mr. Thaip profits. Our line is had a good position, and we under rest in the Ward Cemefcrv to The train will carry over 100 ot stand had accumulated quite a lit await the resurrection. Peace to Xnoxville's leading business and Call and see us. tie fortune. His mother, and me his ashes, glory to. his immortal professional men and manufactur Yours-RespectfnUsister lives in Oklahoma. Dr. W. soul. We see that your Brodhead ers on board, Besides these, there Sailed to have a will be a large brass band to help J. Edmiston, of Crab Orchard, correspondent make merry when the visitors ar was in town one day Jast week on etter m the Signal last week rive 'in the various towns and business. Mr. and Mrs. Brack and 'we missed that letter very cities. Each member of the party will Durham, of Spark's Quarry, much as it is always full of good news. Mr. Cor., please, come wear x. white hat and carry a iiave been spending several days No. 39 umbrella in addition to with relatives here. Dewey Sow-do- r across with the jiews fronl your striped the regular badge. waaring ) and Leroy "Albright left last neck of the woods and wo will try XZXXZZZZZTX.SXX . week for Cincinnati, where they our best to do likewise. COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. f If 'D. J; Hunt, of Mrs. Nora Hughes has jreturn have positions; Many people cough and cough Danville, his sister, Mrs. edfrom Louisville after a "week's TOILET trbm the beginning of Fall right 8e.Others get W. H:: Anderson, here 'last week visit with relatives. Miss Kthyl through to spring. Nathan Brummett sold a small Hayes has been-othe sick list nnlrl nftor nnlr) Tikp Dr.lKinp'S Articles wil get' New farm to John" Hunt for $500.00 for the past, week, hut isi much almostDiscovery and vou It checks immediate relief. mil- Tooth Paste, Violet .Talcum, Qold Cream and M.i and Ularence Shafer sofd his faim better Miss Gracie Owens has your cold, stops the racking, raspof fifty acres to S. F, Bowman for been confined to her room, for the ing, coughj heals uiuci xvixob ai iKiGO uaic uqukuiuu ihuumuus and will satisfy you. inflammation, soothes the raw 1,350.00. Our friend Bowman is Ppa'st week with tonsilitis, Mrs the ne Easy to take, Antiseptic trying on the "Boone Wa vVeslie McGinnis, of Pjnevillo has tubes. and Healing. Get a 50c bottle of I!': . . it seems, and in our opinion those' been visiting relatives here for Dr. King's New Discdvdrv and -Our lineof Couch Oaaketsy who want to live on this great the. past week. When vfe were keep it in the house. "It is cer5cjto $!.0Q per Box. thoroughfare had better invest thf Eighth Congressional dts tainly a great medicine au'd I keep is unexcelld now J. M. Lear, one of liockcns- - trict every year we received a lot a bottle of it continually mi luna" Hand-mad- e 'offins famished ma !?::" Glvt tle's best citizens, died at his re.-- i of garden seeds, now that weiuve writes W C JessPmrin,Frjnc sat'-heNH d Money ba?-- if Hearse senl to all parts of; dence near Hiatt, Tuesday of last moved into the Eleventh, or ratii illp 'I 'nMrwjHBKrftv7if but nearly always help.--f f JUak m iMMtVii the County. a week, and his remains were buried er the Eleventh has., moved here, 9 in the Oak- Hill cemetery on the wefailto get any more seeds Al .'orders Jay Wire Promptly Filled follow ing-a- f ternoon He had been WCwere not satisfied with the e we -vjt. not suffering from tuberculosis "for for Infants and Children, . several months, and his condition at'we care so much for the srar liKkiiYoaHaYiAlwaysfNglit L. DAVIS . CH had been considered very serious den seeds, but some how we are-Ml". YEKiftXN,' KY. . . 8S Phone for several weeks. He leaves tint- ?n well.fiatistlpd hpro' no mn Bears the r. " ( Sigaatare of M fcruite an estate to be divided, ac- - ,jsero vbefore, the move. "It uwv this spring We That's Men's Clothing will be felt still more next fall. the great war on elected ad rector f the Citizen.-Han- k at a recent m eiing of the directors to fill the caused by the death of T S frith 1. M Hiatt and John Robins were in Louisville last week on business Brooks Montgomery, of tEltzabethtown, was here last we(ek looking over the timber of frrith Bros John Robins sold a house and, lot on the- - corner of Main and Church streets to Miss Clyde Watson This is the prop erty where Mr. and Mrs. J. F Watson have lived for- - the past several years. Miss Eila Carson, who has been in Detroit, Mich., f rjseveral months, returned home Sunday. Miss Kila speaks very highly of the northern city. L.N. Vanhook sold 18 acres pf land to Morgan Helton last week for $260. Frank Ward, of Tunction City, wa with home folks .here Sun-dBe ' dule and Otti- left Sunday for Detroit, Mich, va-an- ey a. s h r h h i? largt- j..b of concreting - rs Georgia vtcCclure and i's eor giaMcDiniels Wrre in London Saiurday Mr a d Mrs J R nave moved to Louisvu t oleman and Will Brady will get Mr. Coleman's place as fireman here, and will move his famiiy from Lebanon Junction back to Living ston. I. E. Woodall, the : sales man, of London, was here Wed nesday shaking hands with our merchants. J. P. E. Drummond is spending a few days with rela tives in Kuoxvilld. Mrs. James Noal, was in Mt. Vernon Monday. Rev. Baker, of London filled his regular appointment at .the to . E ;i . THE UNIVERSAL. CAR. in low first cost and small cor operate and uiintain Strength nb'lity to stand tip undtT the hardest sort of use. Simplicity a plain sturdy motor in a wonderfully strong and light car, easy for anyondto run and care for. The Ford car yoar necessity. Runa bout $390; TourinOar $440; Coupelet $590; Town Gar $6f0; Sedan $740,f.o.b. Kcmom t .. Detroit, Fr Sale BRY. 'Phone 64 BROS. T. VERNON,-- ' KV. -- '. "It It-- menthat WANTED 8 This 4 But O WHITE TIMBER EITHER First. DeliveredSAlbng the Trip x Auto f pokes SIZES: $5.00 SPLIT HICKORY Clothcraft Clothes $10 to $20 SUTTON &, McBEE x3t lo 3, $6.00 .i must V. Our 1 C3:XX22X na2SK i Yours $ery ruly, STANDARD John Fisher, Mgr. WHEEL CO. Neuralgu-Headach- e fc -- -- 1 w - N oh CE 1 toglm-s.nsitio- 2Xl e us t &xycx&x$y& fuKyfKJKj THE Jydyjy tp!qq3pqc of LivFiirsLFi. JONAS McKENZIE General Merchandise Work Ask all-ste- xNSSSKscS&ca, A good line Farm Implements Drugs. y, -- 'CX5IC PXDlgg was-wit- h n .a We i .-- CHAS.C. DAVIS LEADINQ DRUGGIST Phone ivmfAWtritwti Euthymol tissue-tearin- g ' i" ! $ UNDERTAKER Afcll lrc -- , NUNNALLY'SChocoTates i k -- .. BOOSTER TICKETS to" - 9S W. A.' COXf , then-norar- CASTORIA r : . I- . . - ? - - , x-j- k .. F ..; '.a. ; -n Pioneer STORP 13 Phone 87 DRUG .i.i.;..i.i.i:nn AS. V & ..' . yf. i-j r , " 'Jfe-htt ""-.. -' ,,wm kJS- ,,'mu tr sKe( r' - - Minii" -- ' M'i &,. M i.--i.. '' m&mf .l L. --,- . V - "- - ...- E, "" '' VC 5 -- - i iMEaaw fcwwawMjahMli ""SjiJjjgtfJSJlJl ML -- VERNON SIGNAL 10, igi&l s FridIV, March -- -- Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE-YEAR TO PUT POWERS New Treatment for Bronchitis; jt.OUT OF POLITICS Asthma, Catarrh and HeadCotfe - WORLD'S L LEADING-TOBAC- CO TOWN .." Win'stonalenf, N. .' ft .'.- - Now Advertising rates maae know en application Bills introduced in House and Senate To Change The 11th $1.0 Congressinal District, Elimi nating Knox. VicL'a "Vap-O-Ru- b- Salve Relieve, by Inhalation and Absorption No Doting. No need to Frankfort. Ky., March 6. A move to eliminate Caleb Powers T WHr aTSrJswSff from Kentucky Republican poliMKMBKR OF t KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION tics, was made this morning when bills wereantroduced by Senator Brock, in the Senate and by Mr fortune in money to perfect JvkaaEaaAW habit forming drugs for these troubles. When VickV7Vap-0-Rub- " Salve isapplied to the heat of the body, soothing, medicated vapora are released that arc inhaled all night lone through the air passages to take internal medicines or the lungs. In.addition, Vick's is absorbed j Manufactures More Tobacco throuL'U the skin, relieving .the tichtnesa ' and soreness. Products Than Any Other Vick's can Ik applied over the throat ant ift.-t.World- .chest and covered with a warm flnnnpl- - -- , 'e cloth or a little put up the npstrils--o- r (Mown g melt a little in a spoon ant Irifiule IKe va-extracts from an pors arising. Also for Asthma and.Hay , aitrire&s delivered 'by Col A. D. Fever, rub Vick's well over the spinal col Cohec-o- r " of Iuternal RevWatts umn to relax the nervous 'tension." 25c, . -50c, or 1.00. .. .; . enue for "the "Fifth District of "Sli -- - Qy. A (SSSeSSSSl I iip'miiiiumai q UHO I fa Infants r K ft .- - - ' art I WgSmSM Mothers y. -- VJEWIO -- ;t. But change the result has proven to be worth Tarter in the House, to the Eleventh Congressienal dis- all that was expended u pon it, betrict by adding the counties of cause it has set ree men who beOwslev and Jackson and changing lieved they never could enjoy a the Tenth district by adding the uipeor a niakin's cigarette. The first Bell telephone- - placed counties of Knox, Bell and Harlan Prince Albert makes it possible on exhibition was at the Philadelcounty is Congressman for every man to smoke a pipe or Knox The phia Centennial in 1S76. Powers' home county, and the to r 11 his own cigarettes. And one instrument answered for both passage of the bill will make him no matter how tender tho tongue, "transmitter" and "receiver." ineligible to serve as congressman Prince Albert cannot bite or It was regarded as a novel plav from the Eleventh district. parch. That is cut out by the thing. Many didn't believe it bill will patented process, leaving for the .It js expected that the worked even after listening to it, have" a very wiUiner support from smoKer only the !oys of the frabut regarded it as a catch or irick i he Democrats in both the House grant tobacco. to amuse the visitors. The wntei and Senate, who are quite ready It is a fact lhat since Prince Alattend this exposition durin Co entourage any agitation in Re- bert "arrived," just about six August of that year and- - saw the publican affairs. vears ago, it has made three men "working of the instrument dem Representative Tarter, who in- smoke pipes where one smoked a oustrated. On returning to"Ken troduced the bill in the House, is pipe before! lucky and reporting that he had and the .candidate for heard the human voice over a tel passage of the bill would probably A egraph wire, alLdoubted audv'not- - bring butJnany oilier candidates. a few laughed. He didn't Igll it Extracts from Marcts History any more for some time. ?The of Dani Boone, Trails laugh was turned. i--- &! TITANIC HOAX and Highways, Etc. Miss Cordie Hasty, is visiting (To be published soon.) able free advertising at various her sister,. Mrs. Samuel Adams all The Cardiff Giant. A side points. Louisville (ooka wack iupp, Tenn. Ruby, the little at it in one of her courts a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eug?ne show at Richmond, Madison coun short time since under the ple& Stokes, is numbered with the cy Fair, in 187o, had on exhibition Charles Bethurum, of the Cardiff Giant. "It is not often that "race prejudice" was likely sick.-rMr- s. nation-wid- e to be created on exhibition of tht ifrebnrgj'spejit uTuesday:with. that a hoax becomes films. The court refused u Irs. Charles Fletcher, at this indstir a country to a frenzy" of .xcitement as did the supposed grant an inj auction to forbid the place. Mrs. Sam McClure very .sick: Mrs. George uardift Giant' hnd, which was show. Now Lexington .steps in to the ring and is making a noise Barnes and children, ot this place, reported to the public in 1869 by like there was objection to be spent last -- week , with Rev. and A;. C. Newell, a citizen ot Cardiff found in that city also Appears-tIrs. James. Barnes, near Burr, N. Y., while digging a well, the be a paying thing to the owners Mrs. Barnes allso visited her sis- ngure of a stone man was found. to "jes let em" keep on objecting ter,, Mrs. Cora Stokes, and reports tt the depth of five feet, and upon Its a rattling good "ad."' . ler health better than it has been investigation was prouounced to for some time. Misses Berths oe a petrified man. 1S51 wheu the Louisville; & and Hattie Carmieal spent the lat Was ten feet high. The In Nashville railroad was organized, 'tor part of the week witlirelative? length of the find was more than ' the trails City subscribed i milliorT it Mt. Vernon. Master Ernest ten teet. dollars. Eight years later jvhei Mud Russel Barnes spent Satur- NewsSciiead Qoickiav The fHr rnnrf rflfip.hprl NahvUlil&aiid .. news was quickly flashed over .JayKnd Sunday with relatives w che country. Then began a reg found iiseil somcwhatpinchedWr-read- y Pine Bill. money, was relieved by Revs. James Barnes and C. K. alar stream of visitors to the little Louisville furnishing another Carmieal preached at Mt. PisgaJ village. From that day to this tht test Saturday, and Rev. Carmica Small Fee. Although only a I road has generally seen prosperi- vn.s Atanteri na,tor for the veai 5 nail admission fee was charged ty come its way, through wise IglO. Mrs; Wm. Niceley anc to view the wonder, the idea of the management, --Mr and conservative are boll vast number that journeyed to and Louisville received its money.: umbered among the sick. Mrs. the place can be estimated when it duck, wun mieresi urduv-- . J.aRobert Harmon and daughter. is calculated that the sum of -ago. liss Clara, spent Thursday witl ri5o,ooo was paid to see the Percitul. Robert "giant." Mrs. George congress .Jbave. L2armical, of Denver, Colo., Scientists Visit The Scene. TJoth houses of From all parts of the country by- isiting-hitabled resolutions offered father and other .rela members to notify Americans not Ives at this place. On last Wed- - oame scientists to Cardiff, to pass to travel pn ships of jthe beliger lesday J. W. Kir by had a house ..heir opinions. Many of them ent powers on account of Ger raising, and notwithstanding the pronounced it a genuine petrified hands figure of a prehistoric man, a gi manv's threat to destroy .such rain, there were twonty-fiv- e stfips without warning President md dinner was prepared and ant. To add to the Mystery. An Wilson contends that the spread on the ground, and served passage of such a resolutionrwould picnic lashion to all those who old Indian squaw in the neighborbe an abridgement of the rights .vere kind enough to lend a help- hood, told of a tradition among of our citizens accorded by inter- ing hand to Mr. Kirby. Georgt her people that a gigantic Indian national law. Congress sustains Perciful also had a house raising prophet buried in that place, had Friday with a good crowd and a declared his body would one day this contention. good days wont. Mr. and Mrs. be found in tact. R. L. McClure, tho noted Lex James Barnes, of near Pine Hill, Split Among the Scientists. ington photographer, has received spent Friday and Saturday with Vhile the scientists disputed and instructions from Mr. W. E. b.. Mr and Mrs. Alfred Barnes. irgued, the fame of the Cardifi Stokes, of New York, to makes Jack 'Murray has moved to a 3iant grew day by day. A synphotograph and an electrotype of house on D. P. Bethurum 's farm. dicate was formed to take the Peter Volo, to be used in Maref 's Mr. Jack Payne and Miss Fan- monster through the country and history of Daniel Boone, Trails, of nie Rowe were married Fob. 2if. exhibit it, P. T. Barnum, tht Highways, etc. Peter Volo is" the kIr. Payne is a son of Mr. and famous showman, offered a large celebrated $200,000 horse,.the Mrs. Robert Payne, and.MiV price for the giant, but the syndiproperty of Mr. Stokes, Owner.oT .Ratwe'is- a daughter of Mrs. Sarah cate would not sell. Patcben Wilkes Farm, near Lbx ,Ro.wel Rev James Barnes offici . ington. . ating. Charley" 'Doatf left ' last Monday Thk height of filial love, ddvo'-- spend-severa- for Illinois where he" will months. l tion and other attributes, was disr". covered in the probate ;court"bij con-Mnnes o of a Ration," a movie film has received consider- "The Birth Hpewll j J North v.arolina at a mwker given twby The TwMn City Club .Wii.ston- Salem, Fern-nar4th, 1916: "Some"' .omparrison Exposed. Finally the truth of the mystery was revealed. New"Winston Salem is supplying ell was sending thousands of doll- oue fourth of all the chewing and ars to his brother-in-lain Iowa, smoking tobacco consumed in the named Hud. - An investigation United States, besides jexporting disclosed the fact that Hull had vast quantities to loreign lands. had a quarrel with a .clergyman This statement is taken from tht over a bible j.text, "There were report of theCommissioner of Ingiants in tbe earth in those days," ternal Revenue for the first quar and nau set to work making a gi- ter of the present fiscal year anr ant on his own account. from private advices from Wash Used Gympstjm. Hull had. ing as to the second quarter, chosen avblock of soff.gy'mp9.um which ended December 31st last and had a German stonecutter Jn "Your city is making one-se- v Chicago to carve a statue out oLit. enth of all the tobacco products He had pricked it all oveV to imi- chewing and smoking tobacco, citate pores, had trusted tothe'blu-is- h gars, cigarettes and snuff manustreaks in tbe gymp'sutri to factured in , the , United States. masquerade as veins. Then Hull Your manufacturers are paving shipped his statue east" hired on an average about $37.1100 a day Newell to bury it by night with- revenue taxes to the government out his family's knowledge and and the amount is increasing ' when he thought time had elapsed from month to month. When for the action of the earth to give your government building, much the gympsum a look of antiquity the handsomest iu the State, was he arranged for the rgiant."t to be completed last Julv at a cost ot "found." All the arrangements $250,000 your newspapers made worked to perfection, and the the statement that the taxes paid Sam for tbe Iowa charlatan and the ew,.York tn.your city country, first eight days of its occupancy farmer.'fooled the entire ; .vould pay tor it: Since Septem including the the most.-Jearnemen. taken only a fractioi ber over seven average days collections " The 1778 Eclipse. On Tune here to equal its cost. So la y SALVE -w " " "- 7- - u ALCOHOL-SPE- gSaSS 2" Ki , t MlWaVS Bears the M iiK iKBmmms for ness andBestCcmtainsafc XVJJL1 (licafot 1 J Sirrnonro O -- wrrnTlC. iiw-- lhrtnmet I f m w u In EapeafOUVrt lYY - JtoStUnSft' jjaait 1. '.iiqft!SftSKtnn nitrlUUiaJ" ChinGtd-Se9'i-r KnlSikl- - &at, Vams.Tcverish- n- . I H ir -- T w At Use lacSimacSignataeot lOSSU" For Over Thirty Years m ll JJjilJllllliM - CASTORIA THt CINTAUR COMMNT. NKWYONKCrTT. Exact Copy of Wrapper. to-Unc- I . d .: Man The . . . - With - -- ;A 4 it-ha- s 1 Million SA .;:c. mil-ljon. 'takthere was a totalJ""edllpise :thisweek MrvCranfordfias of the sun. . It was on this date en in $206,428.50.' I preafct. that shall Jiave ended your that george Rogers Clark.vith his before average, weekly. pay mentVtq Itbe iorce ot volunteers,- em bajrked on: their expedition against -- RaSkas government on tobacco" will more kia an English stronghold. The vhau;, pay ,for. this . magnificent start was made from.Uorrt Island,, building, leaving the collections m the Uhio river, at Louisville weeks as other fifty-twThe expedition landed ten milej :lear profit to .the government. below.the mouth of the Tennessee . . Tobacco Shipments. ., river and went overland fort where they arrived. on thi "Winston-Saleis shipping on night of July 4th, surprised and in'average each week day to. all caplured the garrison without parts of. this country, anc- - p; bloodshed or resistance. least "I50, 000 of-p--: 26, 1778. ig-1--- iNcedsvaxTcan6aasitror)gbanka "progressive' bank the man "with a ro ;ao Dusinessr-- . .The-'-Ecopl- es ?-- c: nunarea-'cannon-aiior- a -- ''' with" br-th- e o any oBia: kind," is- - seeking y O U X business and pared to pare for it. . -- s is" pre ,- ; - to.-th- r -- m 'INTEREST.' PAID -- deposits vii Mornings Are' Happiest Hours Get the Spirit of the Early Days Into Your Being Are you bright and happy in the mornings? . Catarrh is the great American -- David--Bethuru- m -- ailment. Its effects .are more " kid-ney- ; bacco;pr0ducts. In conclusion, Winston-Salemanufactures more tobacco, all .tobacco products are taken into this statement, .than any "other city4 one"arthf little qr: big. In dustVially she is easily fifst in North Carolina, population con- m "H: sidered, "first in .America j and I" fflL-E- H OOiO believe, in the .world; socially", a 7iWiW HJ!toJ never failing, .delight to her m ., Peoples Bank -- 3 Vtl'-- i. - mmm OOO WBm ' -- is- - s -- leads to deafness. Even the lungs are affected be cause catarrhal inflamation finds and open way to the lung ub stances through the .bronchial general than usually understood s Catarrh of the stoiuache.and most frequent cause of is a chronic dyspepsia and; Bright's disease. Catarrhal conditions in the jose and throat in many cases friends." -- , " . SIGN CF GOOD DIGESTION. When you' see a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has g:)od d gestion. If your" digestion is impaired or if you da not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's tablets. They strengthen the stomach, improve the digestion and cause a genue movement of the bowels. ' On tainable.evervwhere. SWEET CLOVER SEED Direct from grower. .Large cultivated biennial white and . yellow; hulled and unhulled. Also scarified for full and special prompt germination. Prices and circulars sent free. -- Clean, Strong! and Safe . - i" tubes. If you are notv bright, cheerful - --" " AHcan Mlnh. Inst, icnlr. Tft'treH viewing an estate Judge Thompson found the claim of a man against his father for time and expense attending the iatter's fu neral. He itemized his claim, railroad fare, hack fare, etc., and i3 per day for his time. WhyPfihce'ArbertW.lfls Patented- iLUMBERl BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK Get Our Prices and We Will Get Your Trade Process is Responsible For its International Popufarity - "Smokers so much appreciate the flavor, and coolness and aroma of Prince Albprt pipe and cigarette tobacco that they often marvel K'EnTbcky's two Republican that this one brand could be so members in Congress could not different from all others. drep their political partizanahip , The.answer to this question is and show some American Patri- to be found on the reverse side of otism by voting to sustain our every Prince Albert package president, but voted on the Kais- where bu will read; ''Proctss er's side. . patented July 30th 19o7." That Bell county has $36,000 in- tells the, whole story. Prjnce Alvested in road machinery and bert is made by a patented proUp to March 1, cess that cuts out the bite and equipment. $160,000 had been used in road. parch, which makes 'the tobaciftq so mighty agreeing and satisfying poDStruction? -.. ,,.. .ha&i to men, of every taste of every ... MORE tnan iou.uuu soldiers nave civuizeu nation on tne eione Smokers should realize that this been flaio in the battles in and Verdun, France, within 'patented process cost three years' around work and study and a tbVlast twenty days. . and refreshed in the mornings, catarrh probably is the cause. She mental and physical condition of catarrh sufferers is pitiable but it is surprising how many people suffer from catarrh vihen they fully believe something ilse is the cause. . Catarrh can be easily detected Some of its symptoms are: Dull' watery throbbing headaches, eyes, constant sniffling, 'dropping ot mucous into the throat at night and awakening" choked and -- "half dizzinauseated,' sleeplessness, fullhead, stopped up nasal ness, passages, dryness of the membranes, pains m the stomach, side and kidney region, faulty dtges' (ion, bad breath and coated toague Tanlac.waKcreated particularly. to combat catarrh. Thousand are. testifying daily that Tanlac has '" , fullfled its mission. Tanlac now may be obtained tu Mtj. Vernon, at the" Drugstore of Ohas. C. Davis, also- - at Central -- N The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the abiiity and character . of its management. methods of this The 'conservative Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best . recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of Mt, Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. JOHN. A. SHEEHAN, R. E. No. 4, Fahnouth, Ky. -- L. & N. EXCURSION RATES.- 'Round trip to Louisvd'e 4.10, April limited to April 25, account Kentucky Educational Association. , .. 0, ooooi mmm KJJ- . cost. you.can mix It at Full airecuon.9 ior xnaauur In each boJttor BarboiCompound. It irUl eradually darKen atreaaea. xaaea bi dandruff. It la fallft-r-haawl srill make harah halr'aolt and loay. It jrijl apt color the acalp; laliot sticky r sratfy. and daaa Q homa-atTerrilttt- e exoal-lent-fo- To half p6rt-"o- f waUr dd 1 oa. Bay box ot Barbo Compound, Rum," and i oz. of glycerine. Apply,t tbe hair twice a w.eK until It becomea the dolrea Qti"-- . Anv rlrusrslat can OUt this UD Ormall fc-s- IUDC.IWC.FOR.GKAY HAI. .. HUSBAND RESCUED I "i r- lr i 'Cum DESPAIRING WIFE DucMragiif I After Fmt Ymts ' had gotten so weak I cooM ot n rtaad? -- ' AN IDEAL SPRING " LAXA- - CmiX,Hr.MUck ft .TIVE. ; W and l.gaveup-i- despair.-- ? - , Drug Co., Livingston and John Robins Drug Store, Brpdhead, , W. M. Owens' Store, Bufr, Ky.-Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, S. E? Welsh, Berea, Ky. ProcM Mckenzie j fW 52 MT.VEtON,KY. J - Druggist.. fc! - . -rDRUGGISTS r- -; : -i STORE KEEPERS? I exclusive TanlacTAgejat .. An Gonbyer is wanted in every, town, vil- - "ri-..- 5 -A lage ,anq cross, turus in ns - county. For particulars and-"- "' advertising plans address & ProttliKoom? over Baker5. ore W , .liPlioBe,48-S- t Cooper Medicine Company, - Day todr Ohio. ,i-- ATTENTION ;.; cas aow wafic two aBes wttaoat-M- s yCatronf Ky.I1 aa interesting letter tiring me, aad am doiag ajt uy work.r If you are aB im dowalroai from this place; Mr. Bettie . Bullock wonariy ." ;." body poisons, accompanied durmp; trpublesdoa't give up m despair. ' Try the winter. Dr. Khik's New Life writes'a follows": "1 suffered for four Pills will do it. 25c. at your years, wiUi womaaly troubles, and during Cardui, tbe womaa'stoniCi Haas helped . -- tried remedy Life Pills. rThe is' Dr. icings-Nefirst dose. will move the sluggish bowels stimulate the liven and clear the. system of waste and blood impurities. tiVou owe it tp yiurself to clear the system of .Agpod-and.tim- e -- UfkDelpr. HWJ x - At last, rny husband got line a bottle ofe- Cardui, the womaB's.joiiic, aad I commenced taking it. From the very & dose, 1 could tell it waskelpiagmcl.. I this timer I couW &x&x&x $33&c$x: hiktM.cpMW vi " c orijak.ioT a little. more tlan a ot .walk: ay where at Tears adtlkm woaMa," ia -- Ma 50 " .t-j- r- PlH Ik At fasea, I wuld'Wvt cvere pains Purely help you, too. YcAKdnfgJfct has caWsduld' TtdocWwiscMfai;iMiluccatv " -- xxttsiQBeQeBkcS WdagCaaJaTtaday. mem reaevM mt tor.a wmte, dui i was Writer fffK Chiwiniaw. hu&jm-- , t -- . 9oo coafiMl to afadrapia. After -. a''Z tSSSUSrs. iHMKniHHinwaHIMM.Biat .i i aWt, fcif ntmti do aw any good. Ttwawat He Wi mm meadiU-Begi- a WyfesttSBsflsaaja ""'!f..JHi ; f 'XL & ii. '. ifc,. -- ;?' . Ws?C, :x "f-Var- zafr'h AfeJ'' - .. - X v- - . r- ..i'fi-'-'- f-""' r -- F,wrg.?.i m X2LlXdliy tTVT 'C j --- ', - -- - ' IWBBB "ci H. VERNON SIGNAL Ju&xo . vv-ao- re M" for " ' ' i Ky far u, ! 1916 jJJ Everything jjood t wear at Fish's. con & as case. f . Ready to VYeai Wash Dresses for men to for women and c.iildrehat Drum at Fish's. 79 oat Wftb 79" waft. ip "So.Communis to 8IQNA 1 nW goodsi.eterythingUo'wear, at r Spring- - Suits, Coats,a! dTy Sut- - v Twaitfciusandiyanis- u .j . . - prettiest lOUUVILLC N ASMVIU.C It R. C. f IE TABLE xolLti.. 24 uurtn !3 south iouth t'hone No. 8. 5.o7 p m 3:56 a m ii:48 a n 12:13 am Ias. Landrum, Agent, ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pwtoflloe as 8tcond-cla- Amoskseg Ginghams! for Spring, just received .atr Drummonds , store. ' Over at London last Saturday night Evan Elans' shot Elmer Par men Parmen died Sunday, night from the wound. After you teat yourself loose from a man who talks for an hour and doesn't say a, word, you won der why tney muzzle dogs. s mail matter.- -. PERSONAL Dwight Bowman has the grip. Mrs. W. G. McBee was with relatives in Stanford this week. Charley Noe,reported sick last week with pneumonia,. is- improw - tog-Fre- d McFerron andsLo'gan:Bry ant, electricians, were in Pine Hill Wednesday. been working Will Noe who-hain a paper mill in Cincinnati, has returned home. Dr. R. W. Dyche is here from Londrn to day looking alter son e s business matters. T. N. Noe has-- severe .case of ervsipilas. His face is swolen be- e a yond ret ognition. I & . V C Tate and P. L. Thompson, Jr., were in Frankfort yesterday and are in Louisville Dr. P. H Conover returned from Columbia Wednesday. Mrs. Conover will not returnlbra lew . weeks. Rev. Hughie Ponder, of the, Mullins Station sectionj'isatteridV ing the Baptist Seminary; fn Lou to-day. Dick Thomas, colored, who left this county some twenty years since, is working for a motor car company in Louisville, as an auto Rouudstone was stopped yester mobile mechanic. day by order of County Judge Spring Hats: We havet re- Ballard tor the reason that the ceived a completeLine of Ladie's right of way has not been secured Spring Hats, and can sell them .at from two of the parties, through a reasonable price. whose land the road 'runs. ' The Come bere and .buy. grading is practically" completed MULUlNS &tMULl.TNS. to Renfroe creek, and the next SAE.-r-Egland to enter belongs to Mrs. Ella for batching For Bred' Plymouth Rock Hiatt, who refuses to give a right from Pure Chickens; barred. 60 cents for 16 jt way. The bond issue money ksannot be spent lor right of ways eggs. A. E. Albright, . adti the Fiscal Court; has taken a Feb.25-3tBrodhead, Ky. positive stand not to buy any. It All this talk about married men looks like the partits along the being bossed and. having to do line need toget busy and have what their wives say is all stuff those matters aujustod. We do and nonesense. A married man not believe there is a jury in the can make his wife do anything and that "would give damages for she wants to do. . 1 right of way for a 'good pike, cotthe question, Spring For Sale, One four-roobut that t lim will soon be. here and there should tage, just outside corporation its on Railroad street. Terms uot be any stumbling block in the easy and reasonable. See way to retard the progress of this work. The same thing ex J. T:" Meadows, Section Foremau,Mt. Vernon, Ky. is ts between Mt. . Vernon and gs m is-no- monds'Store. Spring Styles. " ' Cinb PrWe might cnse a person to to succeed Misa Kila Cai'aou, who buy a more expensive ' machine oas carried on the work or the than the Ford; but pride girls Canning Club for the. last in the world cant buy a bettbr two years, I shall start at once tc machine than the Ford. organize clubs and will try hard HryXnt Bros. to place a club in reach of every girl that wishes to becomeja club A Parents and Teachers Meetmember and is willing to do her ing will be held at the Graded best work. School March I7, at 2:30 p. m I earnestly request the interest Subject: "The present need at and support of the citizens of home and school, for our boys and Rockcastle county. girls." Parents come with your Yours truly, very best experiences and . plans Jalia R. Gentry. and let us reason together. Come WOMAN'S CLUB if you have no children and lend a' helping hand to your neighbors. Below appears the 'three reMrs. A. H. McFerron, Pres maining of the six Art Programs Mrs. Mattik Mdllins, Secv. ot the year: - Work on the pike towards Program; English Art Ant-for'cbcaMVrmnty Contractor Neal l?arrot brokt 1j r yesterday Having been Rppoin.tdCanntng dirt err-o-t brick building which i to b'e mp.ry-qg-.'o- CANNING CLUiJ' jfi '" fl .. V &- - 'Vk S!"gS v- - "" ed oil .corner near depot. -- alf.-.th- e Christian Church Widows and Orphans Home of Kentucky. Louisville, KY., Match 8, 1916. Daar Bro Durham : Your good letter of March 6th is received enclosing a check for 85 88 aid telling us that "Brown's Men" of the Mt. Vernon Bible School the Orphan's desire to fum-'sdinner on March 28th. I do not know how to thank this class for it's interest and help. Please say to them that a permanent display card will be hung in the dining room bearing the name of your school, the name of the date of their the class-an- d h KM d''uej);t 1 f hJ" 3 n-to- f I1A1C FIRST SHOWING For Spring W ith a cool breeze blowing and a sparkling sun over head INothing less than a new soft 'ft-"- " Fourth Reynolds, Laudseer, Turner, .Roll call. English Fifth Program; German Art Durer, dinner. The attention of the children ' Mrs. Betb'urum will be called to your class on this Mrs. Gentry date. Miss Bradley They will be thinking "of- you Quotations from the md we want the men of your class Artist and Writer; to be thinking of the children in John Ruskin the Home. -- - hat will do to greet the day. Mrs. Anna Miller Later Religious Art in Germany, a. b. c. Etoll call. Bodsnhausen Miss dewberry Plockhorst Mr. Fred. L. Durham, Hofmann Vlt. Vernon, Ky. Names of German, Ar- - With every good wish, I am Yours very truly, J. S. Hilton, Sec'y and Treas. ou'll like our display for Spring. Every man who has seentbem say they are beauties Hats from everywhere that good hats are made.1 1 tists. Sixth Program; American Art Growth and Development American Landscape, of W. P. Burnett, of Somerset, vas here first of the week. -- There .vas but very tn Febrnary Mrs. Krueger -- " French Influence," Miss Krbhrr Snglish MissEstej. Whistler, Mrs. R. A. Spark. Sargent, . , Mrs. Niceky Brown, - Roll-call- .' little farming done . - Mrs Mullis v!i . "- S& .ouisville where he has a good position.--Littl- e Charles and WiL COME IN AND SEE --WHAT A LIITLE CASH WIIL DO of Mt Vernon, are lie Spivey, their grandpa, M.jB. Jones. Davis-spen- t will de no more ft & ing . -- R H. Brown was id Jlubanks ' for right of ways. If the right of .Buy a Ford because it is a bet fuesday on business. W. M. .vay is not given between Renfroe ter car, notbecause it is cheaper. Snyder, who has been making his tHasssia Sutton & McBeb Chesnui" rigge. ind Roundstone, the" road will Bryant Bros. Connte Mullins, on B. Lawrence nmewithDr. G. top where it is." WANTED AGENTS or the last year, has gene to Cor John Mullins was here yesterC-day morning en route to' Level Throughout the "county to sel' )in where he will enter school. F0R FLETCHER1 Green to see his brothe; 4 "Red" Stokes. Garden: Seeds.- - Best on Graded School Items N. H. Mullins was up from Plalo Mullins, who was seriously injur- the market. Easy sales, big profit lurine the week to see his broth LARGEST THINGS ' ed by a horse a few days since. Write at once for particulars. :r, Oscar. Mrs. J. T. DeBord The Star Roll for the sixth IN THE WORLD , threw him and;theh The horse O DPondbr, County Mgr., ias returned from a visit to rela-ive- s i WE month of school is as follows: Ed stepped on him breaking several 0 3t. and friends at Cedarville, Livingston, Ky na Davis, Rosa Gentry Ina MeadThe largest bank n the world. Miss Lora Dillingham, of Spiro, ' ribs. Before a girl marries she be- ows, Lilliah'Griffin; "Clara Traub, is in London. is a guest of Miss AlzaOweus this Mr. and vrs. Jones FUJI; Dr. lieves that all men are liars but and Ella Mae Sowder. " $&yC$&3&$&' C9j3rj33r The largest church is in Rome veek. Mrs. Dora Cummins is and Mrs Lee Chesnut, Mr. H.",C. The Honor Roll is- as follows: NE. And after she has been Largest stock exchange ia ir itill improving and it is hoped that Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Da arried for a whole year she be Emma Taylor, Mary , Langford, New York. C. E. she will soon be upug-un- . vis and lohn H. amev wne eves that there is only one man Ella Mae McKenzie, Ruth' Lan .r The loftiest structure' in the Mullins made his y I , j amoit! those from here 'who atthe world who couldn't tell the drum, Verna Welch, SydneyXraw-ford- worid-i- s in Paris. rip through here Tuesday. W. Mr?.' James tended the burial of Christine Davis, Edith Ad& ruth if he wanted to. The largest suspension bridge O. Cummins, of Brodhead, was Ky burying Coffey at the Maret ams, Ida Hamlin, Maggie Jones, Place your order now for a Ford Hazel Johnson, Onie is in New York. aere the first of the week trying afternoon ground Sunday Silvers, Mag ' ar. If you wait ttutil spring the The largest hotel in the world o look out a location, and spent gie Livesay, Ardilla Brovn, Byron hances are that you will have to Vebb, Sunday night with Mr. A. F COMPLETE LINE is in Paris. LOCAL Jesse DeBord, Bertha ait two or three months, or even M. was Craig Fay McClure, Hazel Par- Coffins, Caskets and Robes The largest stone structure in, Lawrence. J. onger before.! delivery can be rett, Margaret Sparks Nora Or-toTrivet? Did you ever seeot.e? iown from Onail first of the week. ' the world is in Egypt. Mail, Citiffi ' Miss Ellen Gentry is spending Ruby Cooper, Annette Cox, Rockcastle hasnot a living Mex- made. ACT MOW. The largest falls in the world phone orders Promptly Bryant Bros, Agents. Dessie Niceley, McKinleyPerciful, he week with her grandmother, ican war vetern. tre in Africa. Filled Irs. J. N. Brown. A Mr. Noe Our Fret Proof Cabbage Plants Emil Webb, Birdie Graham, Re-nThe largest public gardens are rom Garrard county, was thru The snappiest line of caps for Sowder, Cecil Ferguson, Karl in in snow ano row in the open $&e$&$$ young fellows for Spriner wear i Paris.. ere last week buying hogs. Mr. the Blue Ridge foot Davis, Geneva Cox, Lillian Cox, ' 'rost, under at Fish's The largest river is in South JVank Jones has returned home Emtle Katheriue America. Anderson, ills, and are extra hatdy. Le.-ibe submissive to the will of God. . rom Straight Creek where he HI Beautiful Spring ginghams in ng varieties. Send 50c. for 200, Welch, Fannie McFerron, Rissie The Holliness people are The largest monument is in has been working. t plaid and stripes, just received at 1.00 for Gentry, John Carmical, Nellie Washington. paid; 65c. for a revival at the new chapel on r Drummonds. 00 ,1.00 for 1000, $4.00 for 5,000, Jox, Lena Sowder, Mamie SowHenry ridge near Climax. They The largest life insurance comare having large crowds and good Mr. and Mrs W. T. Sharp, of 7.50 for 10.00Q by express. Ask der, Margaret Hansel, Nina Cox, panies are in New York. Nearly everybody has recovered behavior (on the outside.) Misa or price list of Vegetable and Erne Bussel and Sadie Neal Par- near Langford, are rejoicing over t The greatest stove factory is in From the grip and planning to go Edith Chasteen has been visiting lower Plants. Wakefield .Plant rett. of a fine boy. the arrival Detroit, Mich. to work as soon as the weather her grandmother for the past two arm, Charlotte, North Carolina The largest match factory is in The roads are in weeks. Mrs. Nannie Chasteen will admit. ch!0-5- t Get your Soring Suit at Sutton LIBRARY Ohio. worse condition than common, it visited her mother Sunday. J. & McBee's, and get a guarantee. 5 January, April, july, October The largest gun works in the W During the period in which the 1 is most impossible to travel. It W. Cox was here last week on You run no risk as. to fading, w nd December r9i6liave five Sun library was open last Saturday, world are in ESsen. sE.i?4rv?fakH seems that hogs are on a boom. business breaking, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ays each. Threer"of these Sun ipplications were "The largest brewery is in made for." fifty There have been more hogs passed Shearer visited relatives here last Pinevllleis to have a new $20,- - : ys occur on the 2nd day of the stven books. Loui9-.- . ssl 4VsB h ' . here for the past twe weeks than weeki 000 00 L. & N. Fr eight V depot. nontb, January,' April and July, Fathers and mothers pay a visit have passed in two years before. jDEAFNISb CATARRAHAL Pineville alroady has one tof the re on the 1st of October and to this library and BwV&fimS observe. ,ho'w Wilburn and Joe Gathff nassed " . , .. CANNOT 8ECURED best passenger stations !of ny ne on the 8rdifcDecember. Thfs anxious your boys and girls afe-tlast Saturday with 121 hogs they nill not occur again r.ntil the year get good reading material, . and: if by local applications, as they cap. ix - town of its size in theiSbuth bought in Jackson and Clay counhot.reach the diseased portion of 1922 taking psce in the same you hive a volume to add io the ties. They bought 7b head trom Mrs. J. H. Coftey, of Lkagford mr nths as shown, above with dates shelves it will be very accepti b'Ie me car. , iucicis uaiy ono way to one man in Clay county at $6.30 ; Station, died Saturday after ar cure catrrhal deafneas'and that is changed: January 1. April de- a tittle by a constitutional remedy. Miss McCord has remembered Ca ner hundred. Hogs are still dy- illnes of several weeks; ThV -Decern-.. 2. July 2, October 1, and with n.hnlera. Meat Will be us with the Second box of books tarrhal Deafness is caused by an ceased was a Miss Langlord, be . be 3. inflamed coudition of the mucous from her New York bome. fscarce next year. Aloae Gatliff fore her marriage, a sister oi lining of the Eustachian tube.r Mrs Warren, of Louisville; has When this tube is inflamed you INCREASING. 4,420 A DAY "Tack" Langford. Jr: sold bis farm near Climax, to contributed' over eighty volumes have a rumbling ikjund or imperKY. Lee King for $Ioo and started to The following births haveibeen aiifriM Cram Tartar Sapuipa.-OklabomWashington .Feb. 21. Census and among; our home contributors fect hearing, and when it is entireFeb. 26. to rerjorted since Saturday: MrV Mureau experts;estimates.j.hat the appear the names of Mrs. Moyna-- ' ly closed. Deafness is he result PHOSPHATE work in the oil fields Mose i6 a Consists of T.wo 4 Koom Houses and Mrs. Fred Hayes a. bey;: Mn population of the 'United ' States han, Mrs. W. J. Sparks, 'Mrs. C. Unless the inflamation can be' re- MO ILUi-M- O splendid young man and" we re'-- in "good repajr; 'well, large "barn, duced and this tube restored to its and Mrs. Logue Sowder, n girl; ion January.!', last was! C. Williams, MrsE. B. Albright, normal condition,' hearing will be WHEN TO TAKE CHAMBER gret to give mm up.. flay rue 11.9 Town Lots in the Hockcaslle Mrs. and Mrs. Lon HanseUftirl; and by July l,.itwill tie 102,617,-- . Mrs. rfV Rowlett, aged 2I, daughter of H. Heights Addition, and 80 acres J. W. 'Brown, Mrs. Weber, destroyedsforever, "Many cases of f , . LAIN'S TABLETS. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ounmins, a 202 On July.i, last year they Dr. M. PenningtocLand others. deafness are cansed by catarrh, When yon feel dull and stupid C. Rowlett, died Feb. 23rd. of of Good Farm Land, Cleared and girl. which ia an inflamed. coudition of after eatinc flguied the poprflatiotr-a- t 100,339, tuberculosis. Her remains were ready for estivation, all for $1500, Mr. Owens, proprietor of the of the mucous surfacesr ,Hall,!sC When constipated or hilioak. High-Clas- s .318- - Westeraisute6tve led in Boone Way Opera House, We have the Earliesr?Bi . laid to rest in the bcanold Cane allow pOatarrhr . Cure acts' tbrdulf the .. iVVuenyou nave a sick neaaacne. cemetery Feb 24th. She had been The tw houses are renting for Strawberry growifc JiBm the growth, WashinconiJttading the the Library Committee,' 6ne-bal- f $12.00 per 'month, which is 10 blood on the mucous surfaces of WucU JUU uavc uauui aiuuiavu. Best oneor the EverbtaririgSnds; list, with OK&hotia,' .Nevada, the. p ofits realized from his pict- he system. in poor health for about a year. per cent, on your money invested.. '"When you belch after eating. rfi. s bears the best flavortd berries North Dakota od 3few Mexico ure show, on Tuesday? evening We will give One Hundred DoShe w.as a good kind girl and was If interested, write 1' "VVIICll jruu uavt iuuiqMuuii. llars for any case' of Cataabal Deat-nes- i .When nervotfs ordespdndent. flifesC'Free following in .the order named. every, two weeks. Go from spring until snow loved by all who knew her. She loathe . y-i--J. W.. SAMS,"" 'be cured by 1 ;When yeu have no relish for left good evidence of going, to rest Booklet. Wakefield 'PlanHFarmr The bureau's estrmatesrafe baaed Ticture Show" next Tuesday 'even -V HallJa Catarrhs .Cure.. Circulars your meals. 2000 Frankfort Ave., eMtberate of increase" between ing and thus show your "public 'Charlotte, North Carolina. We extend our sympathy to . the j ' ill free. All druggists, 75 cts. When your liver is torpid. 1 r. LOTjisyiuot, Ky, V.ch io-6- t the i9oo and. 1910 census. -- .. spiritedness." P .TfCHAHBY8CO, Toledo, O. Obtsuwble ef.ery where. " - bereaved parents. "But we should . -yis-iting .;. Jane Reachaxdt x'9 years1' bid? of Jersey Shore, Ea.was taken with ant of laughing-- while listening to a funny story told; by" a:.'irieudr. She laughed for three hours and it was necessary to put her under : iftville. , the care of a physician. Mrs Theard Parsons, who has OPENING been confined to her bed for the We wish to announce 'that on past four months, is able to sit up ; Saturday, March n. we haveou a few hours each day. I Spring Openingiof Millinery. Ev Misses Emma and Ethyl invitqd to come and se a portion of the week with ery body the newest things in Spring Hats Th'elnra; end Misses Dovie, -- Xivingsfo'ny'Betweeq? Ml aoa and Brodhead "the right of County Judge Bal jvay is clear ,ard,'"wbfctf asked abont, the situa ;ion, said: "In orderfo"get" State ad and ger the work. sYarted in Ver- - k" .!'--- ... and Wby . a "Miss Stewart 'and Miss 'Fan Sparks presented the' Third Prtf'jram Art- - or the Netherlands in a manner that, rendered it very interesting and instructive. ' he time ..required by law, we These programs take place on .vere forced to cater to a few peothe second Friday evening of eacl . ple between Mt. Vernon and Red-ro- e month. The Fourth- - on'Fridaj creek, by agreeing to fence evening of this week at 7:30 in the their land, but from now" on, "we parlors of Langdon School. .) " g s and it seems, that there will be but very littly done in March. We will have to send mother representative.. Dr. W. 3. McWilliams was here several times during the week to see O. T. Mullins who was thrown from very 1 horse Saturday n;ght and DeBord has adly hurt. Jack' xlmost recovered from ' a severe Fish's Speciafs$1 fo$2 $2.50 Swann Rafs $3.50 Sf ef sons New shades, in Pearl, Black, Blue and Gray, conservative or as "smart" as you like. Newest Auto Caps for Ladies Remember "we have the showing the new style9 first. ittack of pneumonia. Grover iatcher will leave Saturday for 50c. reputation for Children CASTOR GIVE BOOSTER TiCKETSJ GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER t semi-monthl- 1 Brodhead 1 De-Boi- n, nor txSVNT a d 500-pos- DlSpiatelFltGl AOYAl -- MA o -- POWDER Absolute! Pure m FOR SALE j; THE SAMBROOK if a, 15 --.-; 1 1 -- , s- l tbit-"canno- t1 '-- -- -- '&2SBB j-.- -- .- jSuuTkx. Sr S' . ."-- . - 1. - rfw V rf v v 2HJj - - , Jtv. A' i - - "- -, V -- -- r - :ftr"V T v ' -- , -- ?iH'"J"'" j y . --- i " .".iii- ii ill n i 11 Mil lfn v. i Og-H'"- ' '"tawyj1 V, -. -- t1 - . 1 -- a r ihihi H H " s mKK BB H B ' IL L m m lmK H . H H H tj -- . Auction On Pre roses, m, MT VERNON, ': VI FRIDAY i MARCH 2 P.M. Sale Rain or Shine. We have purchased that coveted 7 J Terms Easy. a piece of land fronting on Richmond St , .from Bethurum & Lewis and have a crew of men beautifying and plotting this land into building lots with streets and alleys, and on. Friday, March 17th we will sell these nice lots to the highest bidder regardless of price Remember you make the price, we deliver the deeds Now listen, you take a town that has grown to, the importance Mt, Vernon has, with her fine churches, good schools, her cultured people, strong banks and business houses to back her up, there is only one way for these choice lots to go and that is higher and So .attend this sale and buy a few of these lots and watch your money grow. You know good lots are scarce and high in Mt, Vernon higher You know these are the cream of the town You know if you want a lot ,or two and don't get them at this sale you will have to pay some one-- handsome profit, so get busy at this sale and make the other fellow pay you the profit Remember the man who does things: is the man who comes to the front Earth is the best investment on earth and good town, lots the cream Ask the man who has made money how he nade it and see if he don't tell you i a, u v t Don't forget, .that these lots will s sell cheaper s. "REAL ESTATE DID; IT.' Friday, March J they will ever seiragairi,;so ;be,on"the 7tnf-'i6ah ground and pick up the bargains Just a minute. Did you know go and that is UP, UP, UP. s. the. population of the U.S. is doubling every 27 years? " - " ' "t - t .;; K 'Well, it is, and there" is only one way for real estate to ' ' ,.. ::' " "" i Don't fail to hear .the , i. j3 siAiDftf N C ERT whirl-win- d .A. ON THE GROUND i . j " "js 4r. t? r .-- to' ..Z-ZS.- ! ? auctioneer Jie, is ,an. . - entertamer - Special invitation to the ladies. , afternoon. rYpur neighbor, will be there. '. J - - - " Every body come and let's have one big '' '' ,1,- - ,n'U ju LlQNjTAMliOR s. 5?, iuwr-- : v w,- 1 Sf v i -- n i .tfs 7' - I n H H i . tt." fcjff?' i'j'jv-- J4J . Tho A i,I- IPJflt v 1 ,. .lAA-- t V '",-SK- 1 tt ts r i- f - - it , .f-it- 1- t- ' :" 3k.- r' K ". V J2 V (w - - J - -- , i v 1 j Kni -