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" i i M The Truth in You' vs heard about the riation-widemove-ment KNOXV1LLK BUSINESS MEN TO BRING ALONG MOTION PICTURE CAMERA TO TAKE PICTURES OF SPEOIAfc HERE Floor and Furniture Insurance Insure your floors and furniture against wear and shabbiness by covering themwithHanna's Lustro-Finish, Want Everybody To Pictures Will Be Be In It. La- Advertising against misrepresenting goods ior sale Shown Here ter As Souvenir of Trip. the finish On." prise youhow quickly it can restore soiled "Made-to-Wa- lk That Knoxville business men never let an opportunity pass to please their friends and custom- It wiU sur- G i kW kmWmWmkmmmkmmmwtw' Herers our viewpoint: we're in business to increase .sales from year to year. To do this requires the, confidence of the people. And to get this confidence, truth is an essential believe that every- - article we sell, whether it be a collar button or a suit of clothes, We is worth every cent we ask for itsometimes more We want you to feel the same way after you buy a thing, If you should not feel thatjwaythe greatest favor you can do yourself and us is to bring it back and give us your reasons. Wft open, to argument and want you to bef too. Will you come in and pass judgment on our Spring stock of men's, w,eaY? -- ers, is shown by the recent announcement that they have, at n great expense, fengaged a motion picture maker to accompany tnem on their rirst Trade Trip, to make pictures of the "special" from the time it leaves the depot at Knoxville it returns. Pictures will be made of the crowds that greet the Trade Tr,ip party at every stop of the train, and many pictures will be tuken of the streets and business holfses in cities visited. Many pictures will be made here, and the Knoxville party has expressed a wish that as many people arrange ,to be in the picture as possible, as the pictures will not- only- be shown in Knoxville, but wdfalo be shown here and in all other well-know- floors, renew worn fur niture, brighten up woodwork, etc: NNA nn-ti- ll handiest thing you have ever had about the house. You'll say its the Hanna's Luatro-Fin-is- h comes in all wood colors. Easy to apply. Dom not fade. 1 PE TO WALK ON ANTIQUE OAK J-STAlM....VAni,-.. ADPHCfiK - - f lEZZZS Sutton Xflg3Dg3GEb(JL &JVICD ee 4 MT. VERN ON,KENT3CKY 6 4 towns visited, as well. As the Trade Trip special will stop in 43 towns in Tennessee", Kentucky, Virginia, and North Carolina, the pictures willproVe a big advertisement tor Mt. Ver nou; if a good showing is made. Everybody should turn out atid give the '.'special" a rousing welcome, and make the bestapossible showing for our town. The picture which will be between two and three thousand feet in length, will be shown here iu a lew weeks after the pictures are made. The exact date will oe announcedjater v r. : J. L '"HANNA PAINT MFG. n muiSVlUCi ' B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. WANTED SOLD BY EITHER IRED OR WHITETIMBER DeliveredSAIong the L. & N. x2 , 2 x 3, 16 in, Auto Spokes pieces longr! $13.00 per 1000 pieces 3 x 35 , 16 in, long, . 16,00 per 1000 pieces Timber must be clear of all defects. Our Mr, O, V, Jarrett will make inspections SPLIT HICKORY SIZES J61n, long $5,00per J000 XlrfB f !SrGlheLGL TuTRS. ill Church, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kobins are in Louisville this week, where Mrs. end in Lexington as guests of her daughter. Mrs. Sutton. Mrs. B. C. Anderson, of near Lancaster, was in town Saturday on business and paying "his son, Henry, and wife a call Prof. Pilkenton and W. J. Haggard were in Mt. Vernon, Saturday of last week. Mrs. W. H. Owens, of near Conway, has returned from Louisville after undergoing two serious operations, having been under the care of Hospital Physicians for six weeks. Mrs J. D. Hamra, of near town, died at 11:00 p.m., Saturday night the 11th. She was a sufferer from cancer, having been an invalid a great portion of the time for twenty years. Robins is receiving medical attenM. Owens and j'oung tion from a Louisville specialist. Well, after one of the most disson, Roy, spent the week Some four or five families left agreeable winters in the annals m L:iviFLgsteFL J at the . Baptist?! church Saturday and Sunday. Jtfiss Lo la Owens, of Spiro, was here be ing treatment at the Iufirmary. tween trains Saturday en route R. L. Smith bought some nice cathome from Berea where she is at tle from A. C. Taylor, this week. and W M. Fallas will .move into tending school. The Brodhead Mr. Taylor is the Gum Sulphur the property vacated by M;r. correspondent says the reason merchant. Mrs.' Olhe B. Krith, Jenkins. -- Miss Georgia McFer that he failed to write a letter for FAMOUo CIRCUS NAME . the widow of George Frith, who ron, of Mt. Vernon, was here be- the Signal week beforejlast, was "ROBINSON" IS SOLD. died a few weeks ago, received the tween trains Sunday.--Mr- . and that he accompanied a Democratproceeds of a policy Mr. Frith car- Mrs. G. V. Calloway have return ic friend of ours to the Republi Southern Men Buy Rights to Well Known Tent Show Title and. ried in the Modern Woodmen. ed nome atter a lew days visit can convention at ijouisviiie. ' Will Continue to Operate The offices of 'Dr. Carter and Pen- with relatives in Paris. J. k. Well, we are glad that he did this nington in the Citizens Bank Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, was for eur friend, but what we can't Show in the Same Old Way. building, are being treated to a here Tuesday. Miss Sallie Rey- quite understand is why a Demonew coat of paint and the walls nolds, of Mt. Vernon, was here crat could be so overjoyed when ! . . After short and impressive nicely papered by W. A. Carson, betvVeen trains Tuesday. Mrs. the Republicans themselves had The famous Cincinnati circus services conducted at the grave the clever painter and paper Nora Hughes is with her hus- do much confusion and discord. name, "John Robinson," has by Revs. Baker and Pike, she was hanger. John Wallin, who re- band in Louisville this week. He But, perhaps this is why he en- passed into the hands of John laid to rest iu the Christian Church cently bought a one half interest is firing an engine from Louisville joyed himself so well, and Bert Bowers, circus it is!a Cemetery. C. C. Howell, who in the grocery and restaurant of to Richmond. melancholly fact that the opposite men of Montgomery, Ala., acfinished a contract at McRoberts, D. B. Albright, has sold his intercording to a message received in Miss Nellie Carter, of Lebanon likes to see just such things arrise Cincinnati Friday night from Ky., has returned and left immed- est back to the first owner. H. H. in the camp of their political eneiately for Detroit, Mich. R. L. Reynolds has moved his family Junction, is visiting Mrs. J. L. mies, and we guess the- reason Miami, Fla., where the deal was Collier, the pole king, was here from the property recently snid Hughes and Mrs. Edgar Herd. closed, says the Cincinnati EnMrs. John Meadows, of Pineville. that the correspondent would not quirer. Monday, where" he is working a to Uncle Marshall. Smith, to the "The John Robinson was here between trains Monday. leave him wlien he .came honVe Shows" was a (Cincinnati institularge contract for the Fritli Bros. property owned by the Frith was tolceep himlrom telling any years, and Julian Bordes was in Mt. Ver- Bros. B.T. Young and Company -- Mr. and Mrs. Fallas were caltecl thing out of school. We will tion for more bt and its fame than, fifty throughout to Louisville Sunday on account non between trains Monday. spread are making some valued improve a ginger cake we are right; come What "Governor?' R. G. Wilmott, of Lexington, was tnegts to their Main street prop- of the death "of Mrs. Fallas moth- on now, brother correspondent, the world. here Saturday and Sunday. W. erty. We are told by the Cashier er, who died in Texas, and was what do you say. Mr, Richard John P...Robinspn was paid for J. Haggared returned to Bowling of the Citizens Bank that he re- brought to Louisville for burial --v. Hampton.of Lebanon Junction, the nameand property was nqt Green, Wednesday, after a ten ceived checks aggregating over 7. W. Baker of M5. Vernon, was' visited mentioned, but it is believed that MrsA W. M. Fallas ltiter here between trains Sunday. Ed days' stay at home as a guest of $1,000. for produce that was shipthe amount was large. T.be origiHerd is working a few days at part of last week. F. L. Thomp- nal John Bobinson, who founded his parents Dr. W. F. Carter ped and loaded out here Monday salesman, of, Mt. East Bernstadt. Mrs. C. H. Rice son, the hustling bought a half interest in the the circus was a native of Utica, of this week. This is one of the will leave in a few days for a Vernon, was here latter part of N.Y., and with Gil Eldridge, Roberts place near town for bestproduce markets in thecounr last w.eek. He was on the sick 225. The Lecture here Monday try and it is all pioduced in this iiiuuiu s visit witQ relatives in went into the snow business m Pennsylvania. Fred Baker, of liisu out nope jie ,ia all o. K. I844 with a few wagons, an eledelivered by the Spanish boy from vicinity. Logan Bryant was in by this time. Jerry Sams, qf Asbeiry College, at Wilmore, on town Monday showing his Ford, Mt. Vernou was here between Xaurel county, was in our town phant and six cages of animals. "Political, Social and Religious and it is a splendid time to try one, trains Sunday. Hobert Griffin Tuesday. Robert Lang'ford, ot In 1856 Robinson became a resiconditions of Mexico" was largely especially if the prospect will get went to Covington Monday to.pu'tl Mt. VeVnjn, of Cincinnati, at which time viws here between dent . in ma application ror a jop of he purchased the Flagg & Ay mar attended and greatly enjoyed. out of town. Some.one says from Mrs. Earkin Penningtgny trainB.XnMfljg. h. W.MsClary,, show. He died in l&Sl at theage Roxie Powell, who has been the crooked tracks made on Maple Rev. extra'brallpfti, wa37in 'Lebanon filling the pulpit at the Methodist street, near A. E. Albright's resi- who has been very feebje for sqpp 9 unction 'Tiwstlayi Mrs. Jame'3 of 82. Col.. Johnny :"wflso,rr, well became a Church and who accompanied the dence, that A. E. was trying his time, is slightly improved. Miss NeaT,hjisTa . sev.erattaiQk-opdau-- i fenown Cmcinnauan: Marv Prico.' nnri nf tlm tAnvlnMl Af phittt in Rev. Quillermo Baquero O'Neill hand in motoring. He bought a j in .Lebanon! heref was Jn Middlesboro Sunday naoma. ' j$e "qopfpny here Monday night, has accepted car wnicn will be here next Turictibh.for,a.f6w day s. A Jliftl& 4 visiting relatives. J. H. Brown Hgrrinfa"i;ly,hMf.a.century. a call to the state of Kansas. It week. ing is with homefolksatMaywooil child of Mr. and Mrs. James'f will be regietted to loose the work this week. George .Sambrooki Philbeek isvery.yick.at this r time.. of this worthy young man, and it Is suhi?t to at. G. S. Grrffin was in Mt.Vernop; - Whri'tHtf-oWlof, Louisville, is visiting relatives r2.T0.r-L err':iT Avi?',?."yn I m is hoped his place will be filled by mi aana Usui- rV?x Wednwday on Jwslness. W?if.rc'-ru- ' SS'i. here this'week. C. A Rice has For IafemU aad CkiUraa. one as devQted and capable to the. eats JtrtP tEwintr.jMaLaj-- , an Louisville where hvertddsromacn nrarbrrngon cause he represented faithfully. t Til KM YHRlfl Aififl lltfIt an attach, atsowtcmv.,Jor.tbe nrat cast week. Rev . R. B. Bakerfilled his regu- h?f Bears and give G Niceleyti rpapering and K FLETCHERS vlar appointment at the Christian Signature of Chamberlaui Cough Remedy, as repairingUfie Eight. 6aIes Hotel. . soon as becomes' 'hoarse. warm weather, now, that the flow- this week for Montana. There will be quite a Kentucky colony in Montana unless the tide turns them back. Chint'Lear and wife, were in Richmond Monday anc Tuesday, where Chint is receiv- of history, Spring has made its appearance and eveybody seems to rejoice at the appearance of Thomas Tones is having a splendid trade at the Eight Gables Restaurant. Miss Bessie Owens has been very sick for afew days but is some better at this- time. Rev. Bowling held services at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Jones, ,of Eqst Bernstadt, filled, his regular - ers will begin to bloom, the birds will begin to sing and all nature will rejoice. Hugh Jenkins has moved his tamily over the river DANGERS OF DRAFT. Drafts feel best when we are hot and perspiring, just when they are. most dangerous and the result is Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Mus cles or sometimes an attach ;ot Rheumatism. In such cases ap ply Sloan's Liniment. It stimulates circulation to the sore apd painful part.' The blood flows freely and in a short time the stiffness and pain leaves. Those; suffering from Neuralgic or Neuralgic" Headache will find one or two applications of Sloan's Liniment will give grateful relief. The agoniz ing pain gives way iu a tingling sensation of comfort and warmth and'vuiet rest and sleep is possible. Good for Neuritis too. 'Price 25c. at your Druggist. j when notified. Yours Very ruly, STANDARD JXE By John F. Fisher, Mgr. WHEEL - CO. 1 5XTTETV ivrr zxz NOTICE 3XZ All signs indicate and justify us to predict that 1916 will be the greatest year of prosperity in the history of old Rockcastle county. Ma-Gav- in Work plentiful, labor scarce Ask us for "Booster Tickets' Get on board while'the Going's Good and get your share of the profits. Outline! is Drugs. . Call and see us. -- - CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phoxif No. 39 Yours Respectfnlly, Lou-tisc- ia f!iEfff!??fH!HK?f!RfrHf!f!f!Hf?lfff3lf IF YOU WANT TO I .(' 1 - .. 1 . Hlf 2 -- firei-nig- -- f AviAl-iAa- i is tEL-HanseL- a. rlxiian, iiwiuw up wmi a new coat 01.- raint. It you wish to keep itJ preserve it. You can't beat Kurf ee's ?' Paint. Let us explain why before- . ocii iuui nuude 1 ..!.l. vfyou buy. fjL;and--was'jtith- ' i MH We Give BOOSTER TICKETS CASTOR A 7J d r mm w mm-- - a - -- &3& J1"1 & Pioneer E- Phone 87 svmptOHa'-n-hoarsnes- ;i . A8TORIJ the-chil- Obtainable everywhere. mmmi OHAS.L,j3ftVi8 aiii &; i liiiiui Jg z I mm k f k iiiiiiiiiiUHinirii HS MT. VERNON SIGNAL .FfttbAV, Match 24, 19:6 .-- What replies were usually re- - ceived? When replies came (they didn't come 00 every occasion) they con Mystery Makes Tanlac Secure Imitation is Set at Defiance by BziUskid every Friday by EDGAR S: ALBRIGHT. OBSCRIPTIOST ONK YEAR tained such encouragement as this: nWe will take the matter up." And"Sickv'enHigo." "We are with you," They were with $I.O U9 for trade, but contributions, the syiQUs Master Medicine. Tanlac! There is magic in d nix. After the Kentucky mountain Advertising rates mace know or had put the bond issue over, what application move did Knoxville make? Boone Way is assured ant KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION "that a road thru the mountains is it sight, it makes the routing ol Dixie Highway possible ovei MEMBER OF 'Now,' said Knoxvillians. Castor OH, PareCastoria is Cumberland GapTo Mt. Vernon, goric, Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is pleasant. If: etc. We will just step over to contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 2farcotio substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Mr.-W- . that big Chattanooga convontio E. D. Stolces, proprietor and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it ot Patcben Wilkes Stock Farm, of the Dixie Highway Commisslias been iu constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething: Troubles and ioners on May 20. i9i5, andpui near Lexington, owner of Hotel Ilarrhcea. It regulates the Stomach nnd Bowels, the matter up to them." Ansonia, and a noted builder, who assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. What was the result? has erected more than a thousand The Children's Panacea The mother's Friend Dixie Highway was so routed. houses in Greater New York, Is taking quite an interest in Maret's Had there been no Boone Waj ALWAYS GENUINE forthcoming history of Daniel the Dixie wouldn't have come Bears the Signature of Boone, Trails and 'Highways, and n?arer to Knoxville than Chatta is furnishing some splendid mate- nooga. Didu't Knoxville know these 0f Europe. rial anil electrotypes for the work tacts, and oidn t tbey tben have a pertaining to Boone and other in faulie, now universally kno f change ol heart? tensely interesting subjects. hs the the Master Medicine, Knew it, ye9, and acknowledges proving invaluable against a. The' first mill built in Kentuckx tke fact. No appreciable change uents of the stomach, liver a was located on Boone's Creek. was evident except that after get- - Sidneys, and catarrhal affection. Payette county, three miles from j ting what they wanted in the rout of the mucous membrrnes, which, Th Kind You Have Always Bought Clay's Ferrv, and was erected ing of 'Dixie they seemed to fatl tvhen neglected, so otteu affect li-THI CtHTAUB COMWNY, N gW YORK CITY. by EU Cleveland about tb safe and solid over the prospect vital organs themselves. A t year 1,784 or '85. Cleveland of receiving all the benefits that was a partner of Green Clay in Boone Way would be able to be- general tonic for half sich, tu Clay's Perry, and was the great stow, and its future usefulness down men and women, it but- - s up the tissues, creates a keen . j Krand .father of S. C. Franklin, was secured to them without even petite, promotes digestion, vi a of this place. a mite contributed to the postage zes the blood and brings bac color to the cheeks and sparkle The Three States, of Middles-bor- fund in the campaign. Were later applications and rep of Friday last, said the Jiron eyes. resentations made by any of the furnace there would go In blast Tanlac may now be obtained ai this week. To Mrs. A. A. Arthur Kentucky mountains to the Knox- Mt. Vernon, at the Drug Store 1. the widow of the founder of the ville Board? Needs alclean bank, a strong a Yes, as late as in March :916, Ohas. C. Davis, also at Centra magic city, was given the honor Drug Co., Livingston, and JobL with a the progressive of starting the fire. Employment the matter was again called to Robins' Drusr Store, Brodhead their attention, from Mt. Vernon, will be given three hundred men. M. Owens' store, Burr, Lvnt hundred cannot afford to do business to the fact that one of Mt. Vern-non- 's W. Welch Bros., Crab Orchard,-S.-B"- . Bell county has ordered an citizens had put Jn three Peoples any other kind- election tovote$i50,ooo additional years work in promoting this Berea. for road purposes. This witb ( mountain highway, without any business and is pre is seeking bonds already issued will place-th- salary attached, and that he in DRUGGISTS pared to care for it. total amount at $4oo,opo.. . that time, paid out $25o for legitiSTORE KEEPERS mate expenses in excess of the " An exclusive Tanlac Agent amount of contributions received. INTEREST .PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS is wanted in every town, vilHere is the reply: "The Board roads in this lage and cross of Commerce has no money lor county. For particulars and J lows : such movements no matter how I. wonder, Oh, J wonder, if this advertising plans address On the north and west by tbe deserving it may be." Isn't that the truth can be, lands of M . P. Craig; on the ea.--i Cooper Medicine Company, rough euongh to jar the hingesThat the comin' hoop skirts by the lands of J. C. Plumme, Dayton, Ohio TAKES A WHACK AT KNOX-VILL- E. iium u uhiu - bigger than tbe ones 1 us' to uwi ui 10 ortittK mt ; and on the south by tbe lands I whiskers of a billy goat. see; W. M. Brown. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Who contributed toward paving Witness my Hand, this the 22m An' if its so, I want to live just COURT. The business men of Knosvilh the expenses of the campaign? dayot March, 1916. to glean, h will take "a swing around tht Mt. Vernon Commercial Club ! Proctor & McKenzie, How tbe young folks now ada s G. S Gkiffin, Plaintiffs mm circle" in Tennessee, North Caro-lona- , firstpaying the larger portion; Commission! are goin' to tackle crinoline. vs Notice o-o-- o Virginia and, Kentucky dur- then in rotation, Louisville second, SIGN UF GOOD DIGESTION. ing April, on a full train of steel Middlesboro third, Crab Orchard, J. E. Thompson, &c, Defend's. When you see a cheerful and All persons having liens 01 coaches. The train is due at Mt. Barbourville, Pineville, Coving nappy old lady you may know that Vernon,-oinsouth, at .u;o5a. ton, Lancaster Harrodsburg, claims against the hereinafter de sne has good digestion. If youi m. en April i2th. Danville, dgestion is impaired or it you do London Livingston. cribed property belonging to th out relish your meals take a dose Hansford, Hiatt, Bromo, Indian- lefendant,J. E. Thompaon art THE Why doe3 Knoxville propose to )f Chamberlain's tablets. They nittifiod tVinfr. T mill nn t.hek it -. -- w .. run a train load of boosters thru apolis, Chicago, etc. strengthen tbe stomach, improve Was there no good come of day of April, 1916, at the law of the mountains of Kentucky? he digestion and cause a gentle (Nazareth) that busy city that ficeof Bethurum & Lewis, in Mi To gain more mountain trade. movement 'oi the bowels. Oo TNLIVINGj3TON, ky. . The standing of a Bank is determinaole everywhere. Does Knoxville deserve more lies by the Tennessee in - the Vernon, Ky , at the hour of 1 mined by the law under which it opero'clock, a. m., sit for tbe purpos. Halston valley? trade from Kentucky? SYYE& CLOVER SEED ates, and by the abiiity and character Consists of Two 4 Koom Houses We think not. Yes, two notable exceptions. of hearing proof touching au of its management. in good repair; well, large barn, Direct 'Irom grower. Large What has that city doue on ov- - The wide awake and entemris- - claim against the hereinafter de 1 19 The conservative methods of this Town Lots in the Rockcastle :ultivated biennial white and yel- All oersoi ery occasion during past three ing house, of Daniel Briscoe & Co. scribed property. Bank, its record of 15 years of sucu acrv.-- . i eights Addition, and iw; hulled and unhulled. Also vears when solicited, and even ap- and one of Knoxville's populai having such claims or liens of a cessful banking, and the courteous r Good Farir Land, Cleared an pecial .scarified lor lull and treatment extended to all, are its best pealed to to donate jo, little mite traveling salesmen, J. P. Reeder. description against said proper.. rmpt germination. Prices and recommendations. tre required to present the saint , ready for cultivation, all for $1500 toward postage and printing familiarly known throughout the The two houses are renting V circulars sent free. with evidence in their support, ti fund to and in promoting the mountains as "Jim " Reeder, wh. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, JOHN. A. SHEEHAN, me at said time and place. I wi 512.00 per month, which - is 1( I movement of building Boone Way wtre the only ones from Knox cent, on your money invested. t E. No. 4, Falmouth, Ky. thru the mountains for the relief ville that rendered financial aid idjourn from day to day and iron per of Vernon f interested, write KECIPK FOR GRAY HAIR. of our people? to our cherished cause Boone time to time until the amount dui AIT. VERNON, KY. Tb half pint' of wUr add 1 oo. Bay each claimant, the nature anc J. W. SAMS, Turned the cold shoulder and Way. Rum. a small, box oX Barbo Compound, of the respective hei:s and H 02. of glycerine. Apply to th balr 2000 Frankfort Ave., probably would have turned the What has Louisville done in the twlc a wekr unOl It bcoms tho dealred and the evidence upon each claim hose on us had we been in reach. way of assisting Boone Wav?i ihde. Louisville, Ky you can Any 6rpgflt can put this up or mlx;lt.at horn at veir Uttio cost. has been submitted to me. All Yet, they will spend thousands o FuU direction for maMns; and at come af r56 Everything she was asked to in each frill dollars lor this steel coach trait do, and more. 8he volunteered'! persons, however, shall present - We have the Earliest, Big, High-Olas- s graduallybox ot Barbp Compound. Itarey vTjaj pry darken streaked, faded Strawberry grown. Also the hair, and remojee dandruff. Zt to excel, and other expenses to make the on a number of occasions with their claims to me at the time am. falling.-heitrill make barab place above mentioned. Best oneorthe Everbtaring Kind; lent for andafcloeey. and vfll cot color the proposed jaunt, and advise us how cash and valuable balr soft It services thru i ecalp, toxutgackyersiMy. aoideesxet dearly they love us, (especially Commercial Club, Automobile The property herinabove men- bears the best flavored berries rakaC, from spring until snow flies. Free our trade). Club and her newspapers and tioned is described as follows AN IDEAL SPRING LAXA-TIVOne Lot, including dwelling, Booklet. Wakefield Plant Farm, Did the Knoxville business contributing $120,000 a year to ' Rocklocated in Mt. Vernon, men know the situation when ap state aid road fund, which helps barlotteNorth Carolina. A good and time tried remedv castle County, Kentucky,- - and Ich io-6- t plied to for us; She also donated $2,500 or is Dr. Kings New Life Pills. The bounded as follows: On the Va. The Mt. Vernon Com more to tbeJSentucky Good Road. north and east . by the lands of first dose will move the sluggish merciai Club and the. busjness'j Association There are times in every woman's life when she D. Mnllins' heirs; on the bowels stimulate the liver and T. i914 "and about that men ot arj. Vernon advised them amout in.X9i5 and is now needs a Ionic to help her over the hard places. clear the system of waste and by "the Crab Orchard and into the south blood impurities. You owe it to When that time comes to you, you know what tonic fully a number of times as 1910 campaign as warm as ever - Mt. Vernon road; on the wes to takeCardui. the woman's tonic. Cardui is comyourself to clear tbe system of by the Lot of Jennie Adams, well as requesting the Knoxville foi Rood roads and putting up the posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act body poisons, accompanied during and being the same Lot purBoard of Commerce to take the coin. Louisville will gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, the winter. Dr. king's New Life by the defendant chased send her matter up. .Nothing doing. and helps build them back to strength and health. Pills will do it? 25c at your Thompson from S. H. Martin. Boosters" out in May. One It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, Druggist. Was Knoxville asaed to contrib- don't have to guess at what their Witness my hand, this the 2nd ailing women in its past half century of wonderful ute to a building or construction reception will be down in this day of March. 1916, . . success, and it will do the same for you. pe&xafcx q&c&x&ye fund? G. S. Grif$in, neck of the woods. You can't make a mistake in taking No. Only requested to aid in Commissioner. How will the Knoxville excur He Conovcr the postage and printing fund in sionists be received when thf.ir the Lamp Oil th 1 promoting the highway movement train reaches this point? W Saves Eyes Treat Children's 4 MT. VERNON, KY The mountain counties thru which Courteously, of course. PeoW KothlBff fc more iapomat la tb I Fron tRoosas over Baker1 More it was proposed to run highway, ple of the mountains never treat Colds Externally Phone 49-kImt and elMO wlttent fetttekar 1 $ were to be asked to vote a bond visitors otherwise, tho it is possi- , Don't dose delicate little stomachs witb M dairatotiU)ltttli9s. rrnirrTT"V exude oUrdteed to M issue to bear the expense of build- ble there will be no need of seam-stiess- harmful internal medicines. VickWap-O-Rub- " Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., Salve, applied externally, relieves I " or tote) V BETHUTTUM oV ing the road. There were expenssays: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, on this occasion to mend by inhalation as a vapor and by absorption I I through the skin. Vick's can be used I Yew 4UUr m OZJTB for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was es connected with making up a garments on account of any Attorneys at Law st I Mmia dine tnm our werkt.i Kill I ireely with perfect Bafetyon the younges so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy sentiment for the road, sufficient showing his unbound- seasber of tbe family. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. 'Will practice in all tbt Courts spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and Chas. C. Stoll Oil Ci. 'to carry bond issue. ed pleasure to such as extent that as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Offices in Bethurum 'Bldg. Did tbe band issue carry? that he would demonstrate the Begin taking Cardui todSy. Sold by all dealers. ItslHiry Wutm, Ha. Yes. In every county and with' fact by tearing his shirt. We mO tkeUfetHd "jtedtb'- m C. Auto 00. fl out the lilting of a ha.ud.by nox- - FOR FLETCHErV. Yours truly. vtfte. f LETONErS 1 e eastern route via Knoxville anc then on the Boone Way from word a magic madt by .a success unprecedented and :. lame based very solidly on its ae :otnplisbinents in more' tnan on nillion homes. The ingredients for Tanlac ar gathered m the remotest parts .he world. From the far Nort wods to Argentina, beow tin quatur; in Russia, Asia, tb' Alps, Pyrennes, on the sunn shores of Itily, from Brazil, Surua :ra, Peru, the West . Indies, anc the slope ol our own timber topped Rocky Mountains, come tht roots, herbs, barks and evt lowers that.under the direction jfHerr Joseph. Von Trimbach, ihe noted German -- chemist, art :ompounded into Tanlac. There can be no successiul in jtation of Sanlac. I . is cu pounded as skillfully. as natui distills the famous mineral waters 1 t o, e ATTENTION JIM MARET, THE BOONE WAY OATARRAHAL DEAFNKSb THE HOME TOWN. CANNOT BE'CURED j .y local applications, as they can- - Some folks leave-homfor money. iot reach the diseased" portion of And some leave home for fame, he ear. There ts only one way to Some seek sklesalways snnny.J cure catrrhal deafness and --that is And some deprtin shame. Caby a constitutional remedy, tarrhal Deafness' is caused by an I care not what he reason inflamed couditlou.ol. the mucous Men travel cast or wctt, ming ot the .Eustachian tube. Or what the month Vnen this tube is inflamed you The home town is tbe best. iave a rumbling sound or imper-se- t heariptand when it is entire-- . The home town is the glad town closed. Deafness is the result. Where something real abides, Juless ttic inflamation can be 4Tis not the money mad town andttns tube restored to its That all its'spuit hides. ormal condition, bearing will be Tho strangers scoff and flout it forever. Many cases of And even jeer its name. Jeataess are caused by catarrh, .hicb i an inflamed coudition of It has a charm about it themucous surfacesr Hall's nNo other town can claim. dtarrh Cure acts throug the i.ood on the mucous surfaces ol The home town skies seem bluer :ue system. Tnan skies that stretch away, We will give One Hundred Dol Tbe home town friends seem trutr rs for any case of Cataahal Deat-ts- s And kinder through the day, that cannot be cured bj Circular- - And whether glum or cherry Iall's Catarrh Cure. Light hearted or depressed, fee. All druggists, 75 cts. T. CHANEY & CO, Toledo, O. Or struggle fit xSr weary ? Q I like-thborne town best.-ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT- Let him' who will go wander LOURT. To distant town- - to live, (3 ummer, Plaintiff Of something lam fonder v. Than all they have to give. NOTICE i.K JcvViliiams,&c. Defendant Tne gold ot distant places Could not repay me quite All persons naving hens or claims irPtnst the hereinafter described For those familiar faces iroperty belonging to the defend- f bat keep tbe.home town brigh ants, VV E McWilliams and Ru THE HOOP oKIRT. lc Williams, are notified that J vill, on tbe 1 .th day of April, 1916, I remember 1 remember,, the 11 the law office of Bethurum Jt hoop.- my best gal wote. ewis, in Mt. Vtmon, Ky., at tb When I firs r went sparkin' her, ur ot 10 o'clock a.m., sit for tbi way back-i- '54 Mir pose of heating proof touching tf'or when I'd. see her homeo' my claim against tbe hereinafter nights, I allow twas kinder property. All persons-aavinrough, such claims or liens of any To stump along the gutter, lescripiioa against said property 'cause the walk wa'nt wide ir required toQpresent the same, enough. vith evidence in their support, to I remember. Iremember, the' sitoie at said time' and place. I will ting roonrat home, tuiourn from day to day and from When the o)d folks all hed goat time to time until the amount due to bed aud leit us there alone, each claimant, the uatureand chci icterol the respective liens and tbi To get in spoonin' distance was more'n I'conld do, evidence upon each ctaim has been And when.sbe tulc tbe sola-seAll persons, submitted to me: theie wa'ut no room foe two. aowcjyer, shall present their claim:' to me at the time and place abovt I remem ber.il remember, how I us to sweat and work, nentioned. i A tryin' tojgure out a way to The property mentioned abovt Is described as follows : beat jpat durned noop skirl; 1 recon bow I fiddled 'round A tract of land containing a resi An two year an' more that waj fence and other btr'Uhngs located Ky .consist - Afore 1 gofup .spunk to ai.it my in Rockcastle, county, gal to name the day. ing of four acres, bounded as ft)'- e or-season, re-me- Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which, has teen in use lor over SO years, lias borne the sijmatnre of ana Has been niado Txnder his sonal supervision sinco its infancy J7 &CCU4C Allow no one to deceive you in tin. " are hn All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health c Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Jnst-as-good C ASTORIA What is substitute for a harmless CASTORIA 1 2L&tfffl& In Use For Over 30 Years - n g The Man With Million bank A bank, man at with The your -- MAN - Peoples Bank 1 long-enoug- FOR SALE ooo g SAMSfeOOK -- 1- ..I -- Clean, Strong and Safe -- The Bank Mt, IV !xx ooo K r E. You Need a -- Tiic W P. Dentist S. es WO&K-MTM- art. J3i pftlo'x f CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Has Helped Thousands. LWlb over-enthusia- J Children v k CA8TOF. v eASTORlii tsrwwi Onildren Or 7 ft . I - . JS.C , VI - f. VcRlNON SIGNAL 24;-nc-- Mt. Vernon Ky Mar. i6 79 wan to OommuaU eete tvitti eiQNAL 79 There is a Mt. Vernon (school bouse) in Pendleton county. i New Spring' Low Cuts for'wb'-- l men and little women at Fish's, -- Ea&TVf.ffig cv 'TiTraSB Fresh meats 3 times a week at DruuimoDd'3 Store, Livingston. There is a Rockcastle Creek in Martin county and Rockcastle! post office Is located in Trigg county. Our idea of store service sendI DRE S ME B P LOU IS VI LLC & N ASH V1LLC R. R. CO. t 22 24 ME TABLE. For Sale: A refrigerator thai holds 15o lbs. of Ice, in splendid 12:13 a m 21 condition. Walter Miller, Jas. Landrum, Agent Phone 79. Mt. Vernon, K.. Phone No. 3. Arrangements are being mad Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoEce to give "time" by telephone from mall matter. as second-clas- s Nashville, daily over the L. & N system instead of using the tele PERSONAL graph for that purpose. reMiss Rissie McFerron has That old saying," Money Talks" covered from a few days'-- illness. is surety appropriate here. W.e Miss Ina McCoy was in Liv- make your dollars soell "Value Received." See our Bischof coat? ingston between trains Friday. Sutton & McBee. Mr A.T. Si.Clpr, railway mail and suits. clerk, of Lexington, was here last All members of the Mt. Vernon week. Booster Club are advised that the Hy meeting scheduled for tonight ha Misses Carrie and Louise singer were in Brodhead Wed- been postponed until tomorrow (Satcrday) night at Peoples Bank nesday. Mrs. W. J. Sparks spent the at 7:30 p.m. week with her daughter, Miss Mr. Dudley Vaught, who has Nashville. Martha, at been living in our town a few Meadows has been months, and Miss Bessie Child Mrs, J. T. very sick for several ckys. She ress, of the Johnetta section, we?e married last Friday. They will was some better yesterday. Miss Grace Thompson, of near reside here. Quail. !is visiting Misses Ethyl Mr. Robert Spence, of the U. S Davis this week. and Emma Department ot Agriculture, will a prominent farm give a lecture on garden and J. R Dotson, er and a good citizen ,of the Wildie fruits at the picture show building, Livingston Saturday night, section, was in town Tuesday. Squire Lewis McGuire, of the March 25th. All welcome. No Langford Station community, has admission. been on the sick list for a few P. Q. Griffin has the lumber on days. the ground and will begin .work y business Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davis and at once on a little daughter, Willie Elizabeth, house on his lot on West Main. visited Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Wall-iu- , The building will be 24 X GO feet Mr. Griffin will occupy the buildatjjunction City Sunday. ing when completed. MrsJn. Williams and daughter. M.s. J C. West, went into His many friends and relatives Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. Weft in this section were interested in will be there for a few weeks. the news of the wedding of Edgar Mrs. J. D Oats and sou, Ken-nit)oty and Miss Nellie Hurst at who have been with Dr. and Richmond last week. Mr. Doty Mrs. W T. Francis for a week, has always made our County Fairs returned to Monticello, today. and always shows some classy aniJolinathan Moore, a prominent mals here as well as at the Kenfarmer of Glenville, is spending a tucky State Fair where he always few weeks with his brothers, f C , "brings home the bacon." of this place, and James, near Rev. J. G. Sowards requests us 1Z norm north 5.o7 p m money. 3:56 a m ing a man away with more than he thought he could get for is Sutton & McBee. WITH NATURE in the south South n:48an SPRINGTl U Sw fffff(Hf "ffffffffH new styles created for SPRING by the master minds It's a simple thing to "Dress Up" this Spring. We have the correct clothes to fit your piurse, person & personality. of-fashion. Go me to our store and see the . . Remember th Spring Dress JONEWIMGJ Up Mar. 27 - Apr. 8 COME IN AND SEE WHAT A LITTLF CASH WILL DO .Send .us. .your - . mail- two-stor- orders. . We. deliver anything amounting to $ lor more any-- We guarantee our $15,-$17-, $18, $20 Specials to hold thtir color and to wear wherk THE CASH STORE Mr. John Splan, manager of Patchen Wilkes'Stock Farm, near Plaintiffs Lexington, in furnishing dattia on T. D. Mullins, &c, the great horse, Peter Volo, for vs - Notice Maret's history, says: "Heats Milton H. Mullins, &c, Defed'ts. started 21, heats won 20. Race All creditors of the estate of record 2:02, champion 2, 3 and 4 W. D. Mullins, deceased, are year old. Only colt in the history hereby notified to present theii of racing to win nine .straight ciaims 'against same, properly stakes. Peter Volo is not for sale. proven, before "me on or before His sire, Peter the Great, was sold tlie Aoril- - Term. iqi6. of this- from this Farm for $50,000. CQurJb, whicfr. begins, April 24, 19i&. Beginning April 11, 1916, Judge S. D. Lewis has planted a I will sit'laily until through to good portion of his ga rdon. receive and register such claims and 'proof. GS. GriPfin, Ate House Cat. A report Master Com., from Russell county states that Rockcastle Circuit Court. Samuel Grosser, the trapper, thought he hrd caught a ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT fat raccoon the other night. The COURT varmint was dressed, baked and well-know- satisfactorily. i I :- Langdon News The honor role for the month ending March 15, is the largest' 'ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT -- h, SJ3ANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Ky LINE - Hutt LOCAL m that we have yet had. The list includes thirteen names," two of whom met the requirements for the star roll, Flora Pitman and Louise Landrum. The others are Linnie Spurlock, Nannie Taylcr, to correct a statement published in Addie Smith; Laura Hiatr, Willie our last issue and we gladly do King. Robert Fish,- - Nannie Catron so by printing this note received Julia Landrum, Pearl Clark, Julia -- ! J Brodhead CO M PLETE - -- Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- Fish's is the Dress-U- p Tiead quarters of this town. New spring buits arriving and departing daily at Fish's. r Some fellows are so crooked thev can't even play a child's game str.ight. Our store runs a continuous per formance 01 good values, and there's no charge for admission. Sutton & McBee Mrs Ollie Frith, widow ot Geo from him It has been published in the Sienal that there would be : debate at Providence, March 27-21916, between J. L. Davis and the writet. I wish to say that this is a mistake as I have made no arrangements to this effect. I am not in position to meet J. L. Davis at Providence and he refuses to meet me at any other place. J. G. Sowards, Maretburg, Ky. 8, Davis and Elizabeth Lawrence. phone orders Promptly Filled Frith, who died recently near Hi att. this county, has received the full amount of a $500.00 policy he carried in the Modern Woodmen of America WANTED AGENTS Throughout the county to sell Stokes Garden Seeds Best on the market Easy sales, big profit Write at once for partirulars. O. D. Ponder, County Mgr., Livingston, Ky 3t. Other towns and places make a great 'miration" over the early arrival of a strav bird or two, in the spring. A fairly good variety of the little feathered friends pass the winter in Mt. Vernon and neighborhood. So anyone can see that even the birds know a good town when they find it, and show their appreciation by remaining 3-1- 0 therein. NICE GIFT FOR LANCASTER J. E Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, who travels for W. J. Sparks' famous limestone quarry, was in Stanford, Saturday, sellingground lime to a number'of local people who will use it on lawns, etc., to make a fine crop of grass this spring and summer. Mr. Thorn several days in Lancaster last week taking orders tie says that Mr. Sparks has agreed to d nate enough lime to cover the new Lancaster citv park, and thus a splendid jrrass nlat. This girt from Mr Spatks will undoubtedly be highly appeciated by the good people of Lancaster Interior and Garrard county Journal in-.su- re Miss Turner entertained the j j&ya&x& family one night last weekin honor of all who had had birthdays " '! Si mtJ Liinlii iw iu cIom""jJ""j SS during the year. The large birthn day cake contained a ring, a dime, a penny and a thimble. ' Everyone pronounred it the "best'time" of the season. Our line of Couch Caskets iy Plaintiff served on the table and the The sixth grade completed their Flora Mullins, is unexcelld family ate freely and spoke in Bible note books last week and vs : Notice Hand-mad- e (loffins furnished celebrated the event by a party Defendants. high praise oi tue splendid meat. Jack Baker, &c, Prizes were Mr. Crosser took the hide to a Tuesday night. Hearse sent to all parts of Hi All creditors of the estate . of dealer and was told that it was the bQoks. iwarded for the best the County. DINING. herehide of a house cat. As the cat Mr. Geo. R. Tunis, pi London, Easter Mason deceased, are by notified to present their claims had already been eaten the inciMr. and Mrs. J. C, Moore gave Cy., who represents the Sunday All ordars by Mre Promptly Filled against same, properly proven, dent was ended. Danville Advoschool work in the Presbyterian a most elegant dining to a number before me on or before April 11, cate. of their friends on St. Patrick's churches of the State, was a guest Beginning April ti, 1916? 1916. Day. The table was beautifully at Langdon School from Saturday M l. VERNON, KY: will sit daily until" through to I Spring Hats: We havet rePhone 94-- S decorated appropriately to the till Monday, and addressed the receive and register claims and ceived a complete Line of Ladle's day. Mrs.-- Moore is an excellent School in the chapel Sunday, G. S. Griffin, proof. Spring Hats, and can sell them at cook, and anyone should consider night, and also Monday morning. "Master Com., a reasonable price. themselves very fortunate to have Rockcastle Circuit Cour t. - Come bere and buy. You don't need a brass band to an invitation to her festive board the'tlm'es, but Mullins & Mulu-ns- . TrTose present were, Rev.and Mrs keep in step with ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT - Livingston, Ky. you do need good clothes Cloth-craf- t, Young and family, Mr. and Mrs. COURT.' for example. .".."", W. A. Cox, and family, Mr. and & McBee.' Sutton Mrs. Robert Cox and family,. Mr. W.-A- . Mink and and Mrs. Ed Cox and family. Mr. Get it at Fish's and" you "know Plaintiffs, M. FDeaton1, and Mrs. James Moore and fami it's right. vs. Notice . ly, of Brodhead, Mr- - Johnatban Seed potatoes and onion sets at T.J5..RojvYe, Admr. of Moore, of Nebraska, Mrs. Mary Drummonds Store, Livingston. Defendants John Rowe, &c, Williams, Mrs. Matilda Cox, Mrs. If you want to keepour money . Ail creditors of the estate ol Cleo Brown, Miss Georgia McFerron, Miss Grace Cox and C. C. safelv, take it to a bank. If you John Rowe, deceased, are hereby Cloth-'raf- t notified to present their claims Cox. Plates .were laid for thirty-fiv- e want to spend it safely buy SUTTON1 & MCBEE. against same, properly proven, clothes. and the following menue was served: Roast turkey, stewed SERVICES AT TEfc CHRIST before me on or before April 11, Beginning April 11, i916, 1916. chicken, celery, noodles, mashed Johnette, Ky. JAN CHURCH SUNDAY. I will sit daily until through to potatoes, string beans"; turnips, Sunday School 9:45. receive and register said claims -- 'Ml.MWg, fruit salad, Potato salad, cabbage Preaching service at 11 a. m. ' and proof. GefiOur Prices and salad, lemon pie, apple pie, chocothe Subject "Humbled and Exalted.0' G. S Griffin, Master Com. Wc Will Get Yourj late cake, white cake, coffee, tea, Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m. .Rockcastle Circuit Court. biscuit, corn Trade milk, light-brea& long, 45c: III. , (Please note the change of hour.) of hearty hand-shak- e cakes. The After father has had a fuss with Preaching service at 8:00 p. m. 8'ft.longT the host and the happy smile '.of -wonder's who the - fat- 1, Red or Black Subject, "Where AbidestThOui" mother he d the hostess, made everyone pres headed, idiotwas tent feel the true hospitality which The residence of Mrs. Delia Ba who christened' women the weakH .vl the Moores always extend to their ker with'all her household "goods, ersex.rr-Luke- McLuke. J was destroyed by, fire at an early " friends. The guests all departed Fresh vegetables and fruits in "full" and wearing a shamrock, hour last evening. Mrs. Baker's season 3 times.,,, week at Drum': --policy of insurance burflBdknd .. -TABLE, T3E LIE monds Store, Livingston.sbe is not sure but what it-fc zo jokes make one fib : HAR ForS'a-ce- . Eggs for batching expired. The loss was a io fibs make one yarn ; Bred Plymouth Rock pretty heavy one for Mrs: Baker Jrnra.-Pur- e io yarns make one falsehood; Cnickens;"barred." ' 60 cents for 16 both as to house and contents, as rkM52NT.VCRN0NKY. FOR FLETCHERS X FOR FLETCHER'S lo falsehoods make one. white lie he had most of the furniture used eees. . A. E. ALBRIGHT. " 10 white lies make one black lie. in tJie hotel stored in the oairaiafr Feb.25-3t.- " Brodhead, Ky'. Xtm jkp xk$cxx rBW( J9P UNDERTAKER W. A. COX, .'. -- ! lumber! CROSS TIES DELIVERED WANTED BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK Black White Oak s AT END; OF RAILROAD JOHNETTA -- d, FOLLOWING PRICES: WILL PAY ft. White Oak, 7x9, No. No. Oak, 7x8, 'bog-braine- - 'had-alread- Proctori G. .;,v "MiWIP! For -t 25c. H. RICE, Agent LIVINGSTON,- KYi .. LUMBER CO. MOUNT IE f T tX CMIoLren Cry Children Cry CASTORIA CASTORIA to .;: 'mfjlmfw niiufim.mmj0 mp MMMMiMMMHMMMM ''mwimmimmmmttfmmmmmmmmTm1mmltmlmmmmm war in progress righl7 .now, but 50 per cent of then! We hare moVed and io better don't know where it is or who h oahfcre, but there is 11 the time is, and we will say there are Ipsa troubles to contend with and it than ten per cent, of the people. fteems Ijfc&t the public find out any who could name the .countries c thing gety' slowly or at least, a in the war at the present jpart of, them. The Middlesboro time and the line jup of the two post effice has been moved from sides. Middlesboro Three States the building e occupy, for over Force of habit. Mt. Vernon two months, .which looks like lorg p st office was moved nearly three enough time for every patron yaars ago, and a barber shop nc the office to learn of its remova cupies its tormer site. The bar to the large new government bef occasionally, yet, has trouble building on 20th street near the in convincing some people that he city school building and city Hall is not holding back their mail but they still come. Some of the old citizens, someThe first day we were in our times absent mtndedly turn in at new quarters a middle aged intelli- the old point in going to post office gent lady came in the office ano only to discover that their minds wanted a money order, and w have been up in the clouds, when had some difficulty in explaining they hear the gentle voice of Cas we did not issue money orders or Cox, the barber, murmur "you are print them. But where we were next," even tho there are a dozen caught the hardestan Italian came others waiting. in f 10m the mines and demanded his money. At first-- we thought FOR FLETCHER'S him crazy, but atterhe made him Self plain Enough to bo understood we told him his account had COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. moved, with the rest of the post Many people cough and cough lrom the beginning of Fall right office to their new building and he through to spring. Others get would, find what was coming to cold Take Dr. King' him over there and we hoped he New after cold. and vou wil get Discovery did not take us for robbers. A almost immediate relief. Itcheckjs little boy came in .yesterday and your cold, stops the racking, rasri-intissue-tearincough, heals wanted mail for Lucy Jones and inflammation, soothes the raw after some difficulty we started the tubes. Easy to take, Antiseptic him toward the new building. and Healing. Get a 50c. bottle of The point remarkable about Dr. King's New Discovery and this article is that the people, or keep it in the house. "It is cer?. a great many of Ihcm, are so slow tainly a great medicine and I keep to find out just what is going on a bottle of it continually on hand" writes W.C Jesseman. Franconia. We suppose most everybody in N.-H- . Money back if tot satisBell County bave an idea there is fied but nearly always helps. OUR PREDNJAJilfiNT world-wid- e ed a jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa I aW mmmmmmm - iiiwyhegMyawjwjiMfwspjp - r mWmmm bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb -- - 1 ---- f- . bbbbbbbbbbbbbI - TV I im bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb saaBsaat ,mmmm isssssssssH lsssssssH .kafth aaLaH aLaLaw mmWW - I k HH H B H aal H MaB aBLS H R'H HB aH aaaBaBaLaV LbbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbbbB 0B.fl.VI.lir. Mkk $5,000. STOCK GOODS AT ABOUT m LP Hm 1 aaVa H BH saaB H H m aW mLWm BP B HH B H B ' H bbbbbbbbbbL BB iHHH H M Wv H H bbbbbbL asH H H bbbbbbH bbbbbbbbbH B BaB aBaH m. fc aH B H BB H 1 bH Cticlrr Cry CASTQR1A 50 Cents d To The Dollar The Big Stock of Merchandise of g, g L. L, SANDERS CRAB ORCHARD, KY. " Will Be Distributjcd into the Hmcs of the People at amazing Prices G SALE BEGINS THURSDAY MARCH 23 And Continues Until Closed Out. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Economy in low first cost and small cost to operate and maintain. Strength ability to stand up under the hardest sort of use. Simplicity a plain sturdy motor in a wonderfully strong and light ear, easy for anyone to run and care for. The Ford car your necessity. Runa. bout $390; Touring Car $440; Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Sedan $740,f.o.b. Detroit, For Sale bv -- This is' the opportunity you have been waiting ion There hs never been a sale like this. Don't take our word for it, but make us a visit, and let us prove it. The opportunity of your life is at your jfoor Open it and come in. It will pay you to travel 50 or 100 miles to visit this sale if you s I will bring "along a full pocketbook. This is the time your dollar will do double duty. This Stoc was bought on a low market and now everything is costing war prices. Considering this fact you can plainly see how much you can save by taking advantage of this sale. We are not naming any prices on this poster, but the prices we will name will turn this stock into money in a jiffy. J BRYANT BROS. Phone 64 MT. VERNON, KY First Comes, First Served, Nothing reserved. Everything goes. Follow, the crowds and be happy. i) Everything Cash or Produce Stock and Fixtures are also offered as a whole. you a bargain. One and all give us a call. If you are interested in a Stock we will give i i n- wit. 1 W L National. Year Book and Encyclopedia Tri; Weekly Constitution, One Year vernon signal V a 2 FOR ALL COY S. SANDERS, CRAB ORCHARD, . MBUBJ0HE - Southern Faming KY. (Weekly), One Year FOUR History of the World's Happenings During 1915 A Irr1' : HANK FOOLISHNESS. WHPM TOfPAeR OH A if Rl?R. LAIN'S TABLETS. . ' &y&G&ti&KX3SP - National YEAR BOOK andEnc)popcdia s pedia for neea this new Xational Yeai Book, Almanac and Encyclo191C 7ur tmtMllr need tt ought to bave rder your copy ttxlar. It'a chock-fu- ll of interesting; facts and usefu'. .laformatton? It-o- VOU THE "Tke best bftk tJ ike kiii the k.mt ever pllsleu" fr Wonder cures kidney and '"bladder troubles, dissolves eravel.curea. diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheuma tlnrn and all irregularities of the kldneysand Texa-- j "iMsBmmW 7 C m fZmJmWmWft "mmmmmm An elaborate description of the good things to be found within its covers Is net possible in this apace, but bare U a brief digeat which will vive an Idea of. the wide range '" of subjects treated: lncludlne IatWtat fcrtrata mt 115.world war, an accodat of the fcreat "hSmmnno treatment and seldom falU-t- perfect a cure.1 Send fortettlmonlals :rom this and other States. :Dr. E. W. Hal .2926 Olive Streetr St. Louis. .Mo. Sold by uruzelsts. Adv. -:o -- that colds do not result frem coid aiier eating. weather. That is rank foolishness. wnen ennsupatea Were it true colds would be as When you have a sick headache 'prevalent In mid.suiumer as in When yru have a sour StomacH. mid winter. 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