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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTS, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 31. 1916 NUMBER 24 ISreGlhieeLGL "DEN RIDDLE and Edgar Brown, who went to Detroit, Mich,, a few weeks ago, are here for a few days making arrangements to return. Mr. Brown will move his family there. 'Both men have good positions Jddge G. M. Ballard and County Attorney E. R. WORTH YOUR TIME TO READ ?t V j TV r--f Jr Gentry, pt Mt. Vernon, were in town Jate Sunday afternoon. They had been assisting in Iqcat ing the thieves that relieved P. E Snivel of riv hams and two : V- Coming Again Clothcraft suits in our store will be bought by men who wore Clothcraft last winter. We know these men will ccme back for Clothcraft buyers Most of the are repeaters. Ask any man who wears Clothcraft we can tell you of lots of them if he ever before got as much comfort, good style and long wear for the same cost. Clothcraft makers have for three generations devoted all their By scientific study efforts to improving medium.priced clothes. they have worked out shorter and better ways to perform all the operations that make a suit, Their success gives you better fabrics, better linings, superior workmanship in a word, more style, comfort and value for your money. Drop in and see Clothcraft Clothes for Spring and Summer. We know that after one experience your own satisfaction will tell, you why Clothcraft wearers come again. shoulders of meat from his smoke house the night before. From what we can learn something very interesting will likely develop. Mr. and Mrs. Fred. L Durham, and little son, were with relatives her. Saturday and Sun day. Miss Amy Proctor, of Mt gues,tof her aunt, Vernon, was Miss Mary Proctor, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore were here from Mt. Vernon, visiting the family of J. VV. Moore during the weeK. Sylvan Bordes was in Mt. Vernon,- Monday, on business. Mrs. Joe Mink, of Richmond, returned to her home, Monday, after spending several days with her parenis, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Robbins, and other Mr. and Mrs relatives here. - 3XZZ25K I Sutton & McBee EKspajiGLFltGl Farmers are very busy. We believe spring is here after a long wet unhealthful winter People are at work on every side sowing oats, clearing, plowing and burning tobacco beds. Rev. Hughey Ponder has returned from Louisville where he has been attending the Baptist Theological Seminary He filled his regular appointment at Clear Creek Saturday and Sun day. Rev. Ponder seems to have improved botti pnysicauy ana mentally. James L. Gatlitf and Miss Laura Ballinger were quietly married last Wednesday at the home of the bride. Mr. Gatliff is the son of Squire James Gatliff, deceased. The bride is the daugh ter ofReubin Ballinger, a well known farmer of the Johnetta Their many friends section. wishing them success. join in Charley King and Miss Ethel Gatliff were married at the home of the bride Thursday March 23. The Clothcraft Store --TV7TI r KNOXVILLE IS COMING TO MT. VERNON With a train of all steel cars and Walter Boyd, of Corbin, were visiting relatives here during the week.- - - The Rev. and Mrs H. T. Young, of Mt. Vernon, were the guests of his brother, B. T. Young and family here last week. Master Robert Davis was with his sister, Mrs. Walter Robins, for a short visit last week. E. B. Newland, who has a splendid position at Heidleburg, Ky. was with home folks here a few days last week. A. T. Furnish was in Mt. Vernon, last Monday. Mrs. H. H. Hutcheson, of 'Middlesboro. was the guest of her sister, Mrs W. E. Gravely last week. Miss Ella Belle Newland, who has been suffering with something like rheumatism for several months, was taken to a specialist in Lexington the first of the week for treatment. Mrs. A. T. Furnish was in Crab Orchard, Monday, be tweeu trains Mrs. J. W. Tate is spending the week in Louisville buying her spring line of millin- Quick changes in The following article which by chance dropped into our hands, weather and tempera ture are a severe test for any was written by one of the best 70 paint, but Hanna's Green Seal will and shrewdest business men of "hold up" every time. It's put together with this Eastern Kentucky, and we have feature in view. reproduced it with the hope that our farmers, business and proU50 fessional men will read it and consider what such would mean to Rockcastle. 40i The article is as follovs: has been time-trie- d and proven. Considering the Rockcastle county success despace it covers and the wear it gives, there is no h30 pends on success of Rockcastle cheaper paint to be had. county farmers. The success of II helps the Rockcastle county farmers de 2(H appearance of pends on persistent and intensive both cottage application of muscle and brains and mansion. MO to local conditions. Try it next time. The man who depends on dead, "The Paint 20, RD poor soil can never succeed. Dead Made to poor soil can be chauged to live, Wear" productive soil by the use of 10 crushed limestone. phosphorus and decaying vegetable matter, DieH with intelligent crop rotation. The 'naPartMlgGiCpk'H crop rotation must include clover Where land is and cow-peafresh (new) or has been limed, clover is much the better; if' old Pnos and unlimed, use cow-peaphorus, when used with good supply of stable manure or green jlover, crop turned under, should oe in lorm of raw phosphate rock, rinely ground. This is much the cheapest way to secure a supply jf phosporus; out if in old land, leficient in humus, use acid phosphate. Growing cattle, sheep and chickens will probably prove most IRED jrofitable in Rockcastle cou nty. If dogs interfere with sheep, the L. & J farmers should organize a Farmers Protective Association, and join together in killing dogs. It 15 long, a lOOO'pieces iosts more to feeda dog than to leed a sheep. To grow stock suc 2Tx 16 in. long, per 1003 pieces cessfully the feed for all the year 16 in, lone;, per 1000 pieces round must be grown at home; pasture in summer and plenty for be clear of all defects. ige for winter feed. will make inspections Lancaster county, Pennsylva nia, is the richest farming county when notified. in America. It is signiricantthat they handle more cattle than any r-- m all-weat- inna's ireenSffll fHANNXS -- m s. J. B. NOE, MtlVernon, WANTED Kv. EITHER OR WHITE TIMBER DeliveredSAlong the N. x 3, Auto Spokes 2, 16t SIZES'" $13,00 SPLIT HICKORY $5.00per 3x31, Timber must Mr. O. V. Jarrett $16.00 Our farming county in America. Yours Very ruiy, headed by a brass band, Knoxvifle Business Men more than a hundred strong, iiare coming to establish closer business and social relations between the ery. J. C. Goodwin, the Crat Orchard Bottling Works man, was here last Friday and closed a deal with our fair concession man for soft drinks and ice cream. Mr Goodwin knows a good thing wheii he sees it, and admits that tht Brodhead Fair is getting bigger each year, and that he is willing to pay the advance price. He has had these privileges several years. Our Livingston friend says that the reason his democratic friend enjoyed the republican convention so much was because of the fact that so much discord and confus ion was there. That might be. Business Men of Mt. .... ,.j Vernon and Them selves Shearer. T?o WocIott Ahnan rffnaaA . j ; Mrs. Maggie Thomas, wife of W. H. Thomas, died March 5. She was a daughter of Uncle Willis They will arrive on their own ial train spec- Wednesday, Aprif 12fh, at 11:05 O'clock and Remain Until 11:35 O'clock A. M. "Knoxville Business Men Want to Meet Mt. Vernon Business Men" Conducted under Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Aus- pices of the Knoxville Board of Commerce. Qlldren Or FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA stori Mrs. Thomas has been in very poor health for some several months with kidney disease. She was very patient during her illness. She leaves a husband four children, several " brothers, sisters and father and mother to mourn her loss. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Chasteen attended the wedding of Charles King last week. W. E. Spires and wife have been with Mrs. Spires' mother, nearClimaxifor the past a week's visit to two weeks. George payne visited returned-froher daughter, Mrs. L. B. Hilton, his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sproule, in Stanford., Mrs. O. M. Payne, from Saturday and lit$e daughter, Miss Frankie; to Monday. George says people were withwves,,in Williams burg, Friday'STd Saturday. Wilare working on Brindle .Ridgle. Oscar cnasteen and family, of lie Cass spentr several days with Dreyfus, are visiting relatives bis sister, Mrs. Lester Hilton, in Stanford, last week. Miss Clyde here. Watson was with home folks from Friday until Sunday. The Rev. A. J. Pike held regular services HOW TO PREVENT OROUp. at the Baptist, church, Sunday morning and evening R. L. When the child is subject to Smith, farmer and stock trader of croup, see to it that, he of the Hiatt is in Pineville eats a light evening meal, as an and vicinity section, this week buying catoverloaded stomach may bring on tle. Dr. and. Mrs W. F. Carter, an attack, .also watch for the first. were in Louisville, Thursday shop -svmptom hoarseness, and give ping. W. J. Haggard, who has v.w-- .. o vuugu jvemeay as been attending a business college' soon as the child tecomes hoarse. in Bowling ureen, has accepted a Obtainable everywhere. position in Holden, Va. n -at-tacks but the real love feast will be just after the returns come in from next November election when oui Livingston friend, with all his sympathizers, will be wonderinj. at the great change that tooh place, and what really become oi what he now calls discord and con Miss Tempest Ward fusion. spent from Friday until Sunday with' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ward, at Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roberts, and Miss Annie Cass, were in Louisville last Saturday shopping. EverettWat-sois quite ill with pneumonia this week. John Robins was in Mt. Vernon, Monday, a witness in the probation of the will of the late J. M.Lear. Mrs. J. R.Cass Russell H Conwell in bis famous lecture, "Acres of Diamonds," locates the diamods in tho vicinity of where we live. If found in Rockcastle county thev will be found in stock raising and farming. Good roads and good schools ire essential to prosperous and contented rural communties. Do our part toward promotiug and maintaining both. Be a booster ind not a knocker. Boost for your own neighborhood, your own school district and your own ounty. Spend your money at home 'hen you can do better, in so do-nthan sending away from home for supplies. The big catalogue houses are run at big expense and ire not in position to sell except t GOOD PROFITS. When you idd postage, express charges, you seldom, if ever, make a tc, living. Remember they do noth-n- g to help build up your co.mty. Vhen you send your money to Chicago you may be helping to 'ceep up streets and schools in Chicago but you are not helping vour own county roads and ichools. up-to-la- te g, STANDARD WHEELCO. By John F. Fisher, Mgr. ! NOTICE !G All signs indicate and justify us to predict that 1916 will be the greatest year of prosperity in the history of old Rockcastle county. Work plentiful, labor scarce.' Ask r " Booster Tickets' us-fo- 2XZ Get onboard whilethe Going's Good and get yourjshare of the profits. Ourline tf s D r u g 's . Call and see us. 3 CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Yours Respectfully, i'j Phone No. ::::: t r f 39 ?JJ CATARRAHAL DEAFNKSh CANNOT BE CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure catrrhal deafness and that is by a constitutional remedy Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result. Unless the inflamation can be reduced and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are caused by oatarrh, which is an inflamed coudition of of the mucous surfacesr Hall's Catarrh Cure acts throug the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Cataabal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Circulars free. All druggists, 75 cts. F T. CHAlQEY & CO. Toledo, O. g.. : ? I ff ?.!!Zlz t VMz- . ::::-.- : :::::::: . t : : tj:.: t ? V ? 11 I JJ 1 YV.11NII 1 V f 1 1U - WW Sell Your House i 1 r-::- make it show up with a new coat of Paint. If you wish to keep it, ::::: preserve it. You can't beat Kurfee's r::: r'amt. Let us explain whybefore ii: you buy. We Give BOOSTER TICKETS Pioneer SSURQE Phone 87 ::::.. :::.'. :::.:. ..... :ri-:i;:;i;:;:!iiiii;;;;ji;- ;;;;i;ij!ijji:ii 3 CHAS. L. DAVIS . t.. KKUPKIETOR . . . j i. nt? MMUHMIMHHOBBiVHMIMHHia MT. VERNON SIGNAL Fsnuv, MnrrhSl. rotf. Whittle, who arp owners or managers of the business houses which tbey represent. Mr. Whit- tlr-- nntodihnt ha had nrrnngcfl lo Mi'. ,1 ) complimentary To thei Published every Friday by Trip committee Whittle EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Springs water exclusively on the' "special". The local committee $I.O is leaving no stone unturned to OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR show the Knoxville party that Advertising rates maue know ov they are willing to meet them hall way iu the effort being application furnish j put-for- th rz ' MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION to establish closer business rnd social relations between Knoxvillo I business men and our own. A REMARKABLE RECORD SECUR- JtiJJ DY 1 A1N L,l HERE. The Board of Aesstnent and .Valuation at Frankiort has raised DEMAND CONSIDERED MAR VELOUS BY TLObE IN BUS the stock and surplus of banks in j 1NESS WORLD. Kentucky from a valuation of eighty per cent, to the full value Whm one realizes that exactly of one hundred per cent. All of Tanlac were Other property is supposed to be one million bottles sold nine months to tne day after assessed at eighty per cent, of its I readily value. In the Blue Grass Coun- its introduction, it can be 'understood why Tanlac's success try this unlnntinn hn nnssihlv alone, has been been reached, but in the mounM -b- uilt on merit , (Considered a romance of the staid , .1 f world, Its instant leap acres of rich mineral lands, it is' business to popularity in throughout the ., cm t,ot ,.l.,nt; ,0 compara per cent, of the real'valur. Thei-- Qned Stales "f11 a, seems to be a disposition on tho,iively short period has been look part of the State Board to antag- od upon as almost a miracle. Tanlac must have wonderful onize and nlncp honvipr hnrdpn n quarter of upon the "railroads and tanks ment, or why would hetatingl than are bore by the taxpayers. a milhon )eoPlp forward and publicly It should be borne in mind thatcomo lt? Tanlac appeals to the stock is largelv owned by i dorse every com muni-hav- e widows and older people who'best 0P' I" intrc' e" prepared for a safe income, ty where Ta1n,ac duced, it will be noted that prom- although frequently small. The burden of overtaxation means less inent and ProfeSsio,lal People, Ji.,:x-- A word j 1111 Hiriius iiii .u ... :miii whose reputation arid among are iwr mii rikini iiimn ,,...,.. the the stock only in a small measure beyond reproach, are first to endorse this M.sUr Medis held by the officers of the bank. There certainly ought to be some icine. The' secret of Tanlac's success, chango in ihe taxation law.,-.- ' In accord withjthe present plans, the which has surpassed the record of taxes finally fall upon those least anylother preparation ever known in the annals of proprietary mediable to pay. But as long as the question of cines, is its good reputation, which Druggist. perfecting a correct system of has been established in every inROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT taxation is left in the hands of tne community where it has been COURT hair brained politicians, there troduced. Tanlac's best advertiser, it has T. X. Noe, can be no hope for any relief. Adin'r of been shown, is the gratefule man il. M. JolriBon, Plaintiff Judge rasper, County Judge of jor woman who has suffered all the vs : Pulaski, has issued an invitation agonies of stomach, kidney, liver Alice Hellard, &c, Defendants to all the adjoining cuunties to disorders, or kindred ailments, and ssnd delegates to the good roadslilnd lllive fonnd rGlief through T. N. Noe, Adin'r. of convention to be held in Somerset tm"5 wonderful constructive tonic Elizabeth Johnson, Plaintiff April 15. What Judge Jasper's j Tanlac. It is this person, who vs : plans are, we are unable to say, t spends the good news to his or her Mice Hellard, &c. Defendants but from the nature of the call, frauds m order to give them the NOTICE. we take it that the meetiug is for benHflt (,f the discovery, that has All creditors of the estates of the purpose of perfecting some paviui tne w;iv t0 success tor Ian R. M. fohnson and Elizabeth definite nlnn lnnlrmcr fnrivarH tn i 'aC Another great point in Tanlac fohnsou, deceased, are hereby the building o Inter County-sea- t roads which will connect Somerset iecord is the large repeat sales. mtified to preset their claims, with the county seats of all the In uther words the sales record .gainst same, 'oroperly proven,' aefore me at the law office of Beadjoining counties. Pulaski's established by Tanlac is due to .bond eltction, by a recent opin- satisfied customers, who have re- thurum & Lewis, in the town of ion of the Court of Appeals, has alized the benefits of this wonder- Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, on or bebeen held good and that county ful tonic and have returned for fore the 15th day of April 19 16. now has $3oo,ooo to spendon good theis second, third, fourth and Beginning April i5, 1916. 1 will .it daily until through, to receive often fifth bottle. roads. It is true, however, that onlj ind register such claims and proof. G. 0. Griffin Master Com. "The frost has got the peach one bottle of Tanlac often has been crop" quartette and the Danville found sufficient to relieve. In ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Advocate "dust" man should join long standing dases, however, it COURT forces and give a continual per- is beneficial to take a thorough formance. Danville must be the Tanlac treatment. W. A. Mink and dustiest locality outside of KanM. F. Deaton, has proven very effectPlaintiffs, Tanlac sas. The Advocate man has at ive in stomach, liver, kidney and vs. Notice various and divers times, for past intestinal disorders, and through J. S. Rowe, Admr. of two years mentioned the reat systemcleaning powers aud tonic John Rowe, &c, Defendants dust nuissance prevailing in his effects gives the best results for All creditors of the estate ol locality something like ten month cacaiuhal affections of the mucous John Rowe, deceased, are hereby out of each twenty four. Shorely membranes. notified to present their claims some dust. Nervous, run clown men and against same, properly proven, Mr. O. F. Whittle, represent- women, whoso strength has been before me on or before April 11, ing Knoxville's First Trade Trip, supped by modern maladies 1916. Beginning April 11, i916, and President of the Whittle springing from a disordered stom I will sit daily unti! through to' Springs Company, which operates ach, Jliver. kidney or catarrhal receive and register said claims a summer resort at Whittle troubles, which are the base of so and proof. Springs near Knoxville, was a vis- many ills, and who need more G. S. Guiffin. Master Com.: itor here this week, making ar strength, better assimilation, regRockcastle Circuit Court.- ulated circulation, quick and efrangements for the visit of the RANK FOOLISHNESS. Knoxville business men who will fective toning up of the nerves; iu You occasionally' see tiated reach here April 12, 11:05 a. m. short, a purification of the.system, that colds do not resut f it cold rem Mr. Whittle came here for the will find that ts nothing compares weather. That is, rank foolishness. in-iremedial effects. Were it true colds would; be. as. purpose of discussing with the with Tanlac Tanlac. may now be,. obtained at prevalent in midsummer 'as local committee the queston of winter. To get rid of it cold the program to be followed upon Mt. Vernon, at the Drug Store of take Camberlaiu's Cough Remedy. the arrival ot the visitors aboard Ohas. C. Davis, also at Central It is effectual and is highly, rethe Trade Trip Special. Mr. Drug Co., Livingston, and John commended by people who have Whittle stated that- the Trade Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead, used it for many years as occasion Tiip committee comprised of W. M. Owens' store, Burr, Lyne required, and know its real value. men representing every business Bros., Crab Orchard, S. E. Welch Obtainable everywhere. organization in Knoxville decided Berea. For Sale. Eggs for hatching on this move to get in touch with from Pure Bred Plymouth Rock our people here as a means of Chickens; barred. 60 cents for 16 impressing upon all of us that the DRUGGISTS eggs. A. E. Albright, ' trip is being undertaken by Knox-vtlle- 's STORE KEEPERS Feb.25-3t- . Brodhead, Ky. buniness men rather for An exclusive Tanlac Agent the purpose of SEEIJSG than of Croup Relieved in is wanted in every town, vilSELLING our folks. Mr. Whittle lage and cross roads in this Fifteen Minutes stated that the business men of county. For particulars and No need to dose delicate little stomacha Knoxville werejust as anxous to advertising plans address , with nauseous driigs or alcoliollcyrups." buy what we bad to sell ithem as Cooper Medicine Company, Simply rub a little Vjck's Salve over the throat and cJPst. Theva-por- s they were to ship what they had Dayton, Ohio. inhaled loosen the tougn, choking to sell us. In other words, it is phJppm and ease the difficult breathing. One application at bedtimeinsurcsasound more or less of a "bartering" C night's slrep. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. FOR FLETCHER' trip. Tbepersonnel of the Trade Trip party will consist of men like , .: ., e 1 en-ban- k ha-be- I I .i....ij 1 oithe'U. 3. Bureau of Mines W.E. McWilliaras,&c. Defendants guesses that, gasoline will go All persons having hens or claims right on advancing in price. renj of Spilrks Quarry, spent last wepfe wih relatives at this piace. against the hereinafter described " 'In 1910 there were 33o,ooo Mrs. George Perciful and child- property belonging to the defend- automobiles in the country,' he ren spent Saturday and Sunday ants, W.' E Mc Williams and Ruth says " with her mother, Mrs. Robert McWilliams, are notified that I "NowtliercZ.'i,p D.liao.ooo. Harmon. Rev. Carmical spent will, on the nth day of April, 1916, "A .million new ones ire added Always 15ouj;Iit, and Yrliicli The Kind You-Hav- e Thursday niirht with his mother, i at the law office of Bethurum & annuallv, while about one lourth in use for over S0 years, iias borne the sijr a niljl iiti? mv;mm. lll'jll l,T1fljktli Mrs. Harriotte Carmical, at Mt Lewis, in Mt. Vernon, Ky.. at the that number are 'scrapped.' vin I40CT TtlAll jii.iit nun sonal Minerwsiou since its I jfy- - a" Barnes hour of 10 o'clock a.m., sit for the Vemon. Mrs. Alfred 1 bere are 700,000 gasoline en-- 1 7'&ccUK Allow 110 one to deceive 3"oti spent Saturday night witb her sis j purpose of hearing proof touching j,tne-- w rl'ing on farms, and G,- "1 All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-goany ciaim against tne nereinauer 000,000 other farms arc waiting er, ivirs. jonn w. A.ruy.-- ftu Experiments that trifle with and endanger the lm Infants and Children Experience against Expert and Mrs. George Niceley spent described orooertv. All persons mh.nr.nW Tuesday and Wednesday with the' having such claims or liens of any "Therare about 300,000 mo- I r t,.. IV Barnes, description against said orooertv r hmit ;n ihu ,.. ,,o:.,r ..c Rev. Carmical filled his regular ar required toQpresent the same, oline. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, T goric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasanti at Mt. Pisgah Sat- with evidence in their support, to appointment "The demand 1 r gasoline is contains neither Opium, aiorphino uor other IN'ari urday night and Sunday James me at sajd time and place. I will increasing by leeps and bounds, substance. Its aprc is its guarantee. It destroys Y.o and allavs Feverishness. For more than thirty year, Burk, of Mt. Vernon, has moved adiourn irom dav to day an J from phe supply .,1 petroleum is de lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipati to this place. Mrs. Sam McClure time to time until the amount due Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles : still continues very sick. Ulara each claimant, the nature and charDiarrhoea. It rcsrulates the Stomach and Bowt "belore the war we were exassimilates the Food, giving1 healthy and natural slet sev- acter of the respective liens and the Carmical, of this place, spent porting about 100.1 '00, 000 gallons The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. eral days with relatives at Mt. evideuce upon each claim has been of gasoline annually. Now it is We submitted to me. Vernon, during the week. All persons. 300,000 000 to 4oo,ooo,ooo, or ALWA) have had several pretty days and howJver, shall preseut their claims tnjrlv to forty per cent nt the GENUINE the farmers are taking advantage to me at the time and place above whcle production." Bears the Signatu:re of of them and are inatung ready to mentioned. Inhisjounger dajs Cas Cox March plant corn. Married: The property mentioned above and some ot his friends were inthe 23rd, at the homeof the brides Is described as follows : A tract of land containing a resi- vited by a young lady, to a chickparents, Mr. aud Mrs. Hamp Bullock, their daughter, Miss Bessie, dence and other birldings located en dirner. Cas and his friends age seventeen, and Mr. in Rockcastle county Ky , consist- were promptly on time with a supply of toothpicks They wer-call- ed Payne aged twenty Mr. Payne is ing of four acres, bounded as into the ard to witness the "' a son of Mr. and Mrs. Teed Cas Th Kind You Have Always Bought Payne, of Corbin. The wedding On the north and west by the girl feeding the poultry. THE CENTAUR COMANV. N EW VORK CITY. lands of'M . P. Craig; on the e'a;t don't like chicken nohow. was witnessed by several fiiends by the lands ot J. C. PJutnuier, and neighbors. After the cere and on the south by the lands of SERVICES AT THE CHRIST raony a bountiful supper was W. M. Brown. IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. servtd and all present report an' Witness my hand, this the 22nd Sunday School 9:45. enjoyable evening Rev. Carmi- day of March, 16. 19 Preaching service at 11 a. m. ceremony. cal performed the G. S Gkiffin, Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m. Commissioner FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH: (Please note the change of hour.) 1 your child has a.cold, nose Preaching service at 8:00 p. m run or coughs much get a small bottle ol Dr J3ell's EXTi2S5 Its a pleasant Needs a'clean bank, a strong bank, a .t ' syruprjust what- children & like and just the medicineto soothe THW 8 with a the progressive the cough and check rthe cold. After taking? children stop frethundred cannot afford to do business ting, sleep good' and are seen entirely well. Insist on Dr. Bell's Peoples any other kind. IN 'LIVINGSTON, KY. Pine - Tar- - Honey. 25c, at your MrS. .inmos Nicoloy and ehild-Trad- Hpll ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT "COURT." WHY GASOLINE STAYS HIGH J. e O Pmmmer, v.' KOTICE Elairtfiff, In fat m and fireside, Dr. Ci Walk- - x'. nuiDjau cueiuicui i:uint;er Children Crirfor Fleiei WM ft 'J v I od ,,. What is CASTOR A CASTORIA le lol-low- s: CLxcu The Man With Million bank man In Use For Oyer 30 Years l ' I) m A '.Pine-Tar-Hone- y. y FOR SALE '- Pine-Tar-Hcne- sambrook LUMBER BUILDHSTG 8 M with The Consists of Two 4 Room Houses in good repair; well, large barn, 119 Towii Lots in the Rockcastle Heights Addition, and SO acres of Good Farm Land, Cleared and ready fof "cultivation, all for 1500, The tw.o houses are renting for S12.00 per month, which is 10 per cent, on your money invested. 1 MATERIAL MILL WORK Get Our Prices and Wc Will Get Your Trade is seeking your business and is pre pared to care for it INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT- - 8 Peoples Bank e4jeooo If interested, write . , J. W. SAMS, , ' 2000 Frankfort Ave., Louisville, Ky. We hayfe the Earliest, Big, High-ClaStrawberry growm Also the ss Proctorfc I Best oneor the Everbearing Kinds: bears the best flavored, berries from spring until snow flies. Free Booklet. Wakefield Plant Farm, Charlotte, North Carolina. Men io-6- t McHe X Phone 52 MT.VERNON.KY. zxzzzz2cz: ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT --' COURT T. D. Mullins, &c, 1 Plaintiffs Notice Milton H. Mullins, &c, Defed'ts "vs - All creditors of the estate of deceased, are D. Mullins, to present their t ina:)le everywhere. hereby notified ciaims against same, properly proven, before me on or before Dr. XL K. Pennington the April Term, 19 16, of this court, "'which begms April 24, 19i6. Beginning April 11, 191G, I will sit daily until through to WILL BE fN receive and register such claims Brodhead Monday, and proof. G. S. Griffin, Master Com., March ' Rockcastle Circuit Court. W. SIGN CF GOOD DIGESTION. When you see a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has good digestion. If your digestion is impaired or if you do not relish vour meals take a dose of Chamberlain's tablets. Thev strengthen $he stomach, improve the digestion and causr a gentle Oo movement of the bowels. Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it oper ates. and by the ability and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best m recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of Mt Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. DENTIST m oo-og- j n M m 27th 19J6 ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ' ' COURT Plaintiff Flora MulKn vs : Notice Defendants. Jack Bakgr; &c.y All "crethtdrs of 'the' estate of Easter'-Wtfsodeceased, are hereby notifiedVjto present thein claims againstsanei properly .proven, before me:p& or before April 11, n -- For ,10 Days or Two Weeks OFFICE WITH DR. W. F. CARTERI EREPAIRED TO DO ALL B) wnn 'MM1ST You Need There are-times m -- KINDS OF DENTAL WORKfcR'E A S ON A B LE ymc in-mi- d -- Dr.M.K. Pennington AN IDEAL SPRING LAXA- ATTENTION I will sit daily ."until . through to is A good and time tried remedy Dr. Kings New Life Pills. The receive and register r claims and first dose will move the sluggish proof, j 2" G. S. Griffin, bowels stimulate .the liver and '.clear the system of waste and Master Com., , blood impurities. You owe it to . .. 'Rockcastle Circuit Court yourself to clear 'the system of body poisons, accompanied during N 1TEXASW0HD&R the winter. Dr. h.ing:s New Life Pills will do it. 25c. at your Druggist.- - 1916. beginning April 11, 1916, TIVE. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Carduu the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingrt ients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking needs a tonic to help her over tne hard places. in every won o ufe when she Jm CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Has Helped Thousands. id M it jg JEjro ibj () () Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so. weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. says: yap-OfRii- Children CAS.TOSf Wdnder cures . kidney ind trouble, dissolves frrn.vel. cures diabetes, vteak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. If not sold by your druggists will bo sent by mail on receipt of JL One small bottle is two months' trentment; and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other States. I?r. E. W. Hall, 2326 Olive Street, oU Louis. Mo. Sold by drueEiats. Adv. s THE-Teaw- P ft H-Conover Dehtfst MT. S. VERNON'KY tore 4 r 33CX3lCGjrpC Pron tRooms over Baker' Phone 49-- imi - ,. ; a. t Hear Don't wait for the first robin at the Graded School building to ni bt. until you buy your new Spring-suit.Get it now and you will re, Mt. Vernon Ky Mar. 31, 1916 Mr. Mashall, the barber, is joice with robin 'when he arrives. moving into E. B. Brown's prop- Sutton & McBee. up "No. 79" wnen 7 Ca erty on Old Main won toCommunl. cate wlr.li SIGNAL Fertilizer:-- I have just reA 25c sale is as much to us as a ceived a car load' of Virginia-Car-ohn- a $i0 one if it makes a friend. Chemical Company fertiliSutton & McBee. zer For sale at t he '4very lowest Atty. Ashley Owens s lrf his prices. Jack tisiNGEit; farm at Burr to his son. Ed. and C R. McKmney . of .rpim, sold hasbonght property on Adams LOOISVILLC i Nashvillc R R.Co. 21 good hogs to Michel Cress at street. 8 cents. Mr. Cress also bought r ME TABLE. We couldn't offer you better six good hogs frlom H. G. Owens 22 uortn 5.0? p m hats if we wpnted to; they ain't for 8 cents. fl.'G. Owens sold a 3:56 a m made, that is at sensible prices. 24 .nortti colt to Gail" Rogers, of Crab OrchJ3 south u:48 a rr Sutton & McBee. ard, for a fair price. 12:13 a rr 21 South Harrodsburg has the Lrget CARD OF THANKS. Jas. Landrtjm, Agent buggy manufactory in the State. To our friends who were so Phone No. 8. It has a capacity of 2o,ooo vekind and sympathetic during the hicles yearly. 'ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Vov'c recent illness and death of our be mail matter. as stcond-cias- s A new necktie brightens a felloved daughter and sister, Elizalow's disposition. Come and .see beth Schroader, we desire to PERSONAL our uew line for Spring. express our heart felt thanks. Sutton & McBee. Mrs. Ada Fjshcack John Robins was down from and Children. The advertisements for bids Brodhead yesterday. for the road from Livingston to Mrs Elizabeth Schroader, wife Emmett Bryant, R. R. agent at Hill, was with homefolks Brodhead will appear in next f R. W, Shroader and a daughter Pine week's issue, which means that jf Mrs. Ada Fishback, died last yesterday. che rontract will be let sometime Sacurdey morning after an illness R. L. McFerron was down on of on'y a few days of ureamu the river this week surveying out between April 21st and 25th. N. Seeley, of Boston poisining. Ten days before her Mis. O. some land he had sold. vho has been visiting her sister, leath a fine baby girl was born Mr. J. C. McClarv, the Stanford lrs Charles S Nei'd, was opera- to Mrs. Shroader and from that Undertaker, came up Saturdax and emba'med the body of Mrs. ted upon this week at Norton time she showed a gradual decline. Besides her ten days old babyj.she Memorial Infirmary for appendShroader. left a ooy four years old. The icitis. Courier Journal. Mr. and Mrs Hugh Miller left Mrs. Seeley was Miss May Ad remains were taken to Stanford for their home at Miami, ims, of Mt Vernon, a daughter ol in that early train Sunday mornOklahoma. Capt. Jack Adams. ing where the interrment took The high winds have dislocated place. Mrs. Mary Cummins, of the the finial on the cupola of PresbyOn last Saturday night, P. E. Poplar Grove section, celebrated terian church. Shivel, a well-to-d- o . farmer living her 67th birthday last Monday Misses Ora and Eesie Brown.of 27th. at her home. There near Brodhead, lost from his meat Level Green, were in town Mon- the something near 200 pounds g day having some dental work done were 53 persons present, includ-n- 'louse her children, grand children f meat. Sunday morning Mr. Miss Jennie Morrow Miller was ind a few friends. The Signal Snivel telephoned the officers, who al home from Millersburg College ind a host af its readers; ""wish nt once started for.J.Mr. Shivel's for a few days visit to homefulks. vlrs. Cummins many, many more place and'to make search forthe W. A. Caason and son, Givens, aappy birthdays. After some few stolen meat. of Brodhead, have been doinj: hours' searching, the meat was Train No, 86 running in two some papering here this week lor (bund in an unoccupied bouse on section on New York Central road Floyd Miller. the Griffin farm, near the Double neat Cleveland, Ohio, early Wedwas in Louisville Logan Bryant nesday morning had a rear end Springs at Maretburg. From the circumstantial evidence which the yesterday and brought back a collision. One, minute later the Ford for Mr. A. E Albright officers were able to gather at the new Twentieth Century Limited, the Roscoe Griffin, who lives on at Brodhead. fastest train in the world, running time, .he old home place and uear where T. N. Noe and son, Charley, 60 miles an 4hojr, smashed into who have had a long siege of sick- the debries, piling it up 3o feet he meat was found, was broujght ness, are able to go to the table to high. Twenty coaches and bag- to town but released on bond" the morning. Warrants were take their meals. gage cars were upset like to next ilso issued for P. Y.Hunt, M. J. Rtv. Jack Lunceford, of Lang-for- d trains. The death .list shows 27 iethurum and Joe Fletcher. The Station, was given the Enter- dead and 43 injured. oys all came in on Tuesday and ed Aoprentice degree in Masonry Master Robert Fish, son of Mr. .cave bond, and the trial for the here Monday night. and Mrs. G. C. Fish, who easily four was set for yesterday, but on W. B. Spivey who has been at led in the Boys' Corn Contest, of the sickness of Fred Chattanooga doing a big job of was recently notified that he wa.-'h- iccount Shivel, the principal witness, the concreeting, has finished his conwinner of another, making sev-'n- j :rial was continued until next tract and returned home. prizes in all, instead of six, aj .Vednesday, April 5th. The ar Miss Eugenia Fishback previously reported. The prize cused, of couise, bitterly deuy any home Saturday from Mid offered as the seventh is a ditching connection with the theft and we waj', on account of the death oi spade, which Robert will go to sincerely hope that the facts when her sister, Mrs. Schroader. 3erea tomorrow to get and while irought out will fully vindicate C. Hoffman there will be the guest or Mr. each pnd every oue because of Mr. and Mrs. W. came over from Paris, Saturday, Robert Spence, the County Agri themselves personally and their on account of the death of Mrs culture Demonstrator. family connections. Hoffman's sister, Mrs. Schroader, George Owens, proprietor of the Langdon John Robins, the popular Bx'od-hea- Boone Way Opera house, always-strivinto give his customers the druggist, and the Signal's mm Miss Ruth Huntington of Hind most efficient correspondent, was very best, has, at a considerable here yesterday between trains, on expense, made an improvement man, visited Lsngdon School, the on his show house which will add first of the week. business. The pupils of Langdon School Cassius M. Forbes, of Osage, materially to the comfort of those ave an Art Program, Thursday Iowa, is visiting rflativer here and attending his splendid shows. A inthecouutv. Mr. Forces was a booth has been erected on the evening : Italian Art. resident of the Big Hill section oi front of the building, the entrance Italian Song, Santa Lucia and exits better arranged, the this county 32 years ago. machine will be far enough away DaVinci, Italian Painters. Mrs. James Turner and daugh Julia Davis Delia Wright ter, Miss Edna Grace, were guests to eliminate any noise and the seat- Michael Angelo, Verna Jent of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Moynahan ing capacity has been increased Raphael, Spanish Art. about twenty five percent. With during the week. Mrs. Turner is Celia Hiatt these changes and additions the Murillo, the mother of Mrs. Moynahan. French Art. Boone Way will be a very ? credit Charles F. Higgins. of Rich able show house, and we trust the French Song Selectionfrotn Gounod 'sPaust mond, who was a well known trav enterprising manager will get the French Painters. eling man through this territory liberal patronage which his attrac- Jlosa Bonheur and her animals some twenty years ago, was here tions demand. He is now arrangAddie Smith f Ruth Lytton Saturday to see his many friends ing for two special features which Millet ( Celia Laswell including the Boone Way man. will be announced later which will Corot, tin Painter of Tiees, Mr. Joe Harkins, who formerly be as good as any shown by any Sinnie Cummins " attended Centre College ana who of the moving picture houses Description of the Dance. of the Nymphs, Anna Coffee now practices law in Preston-burg- , elsewhere. Gipsy Fairies, . Mabel Herrin spent Friday and Saturday Judge G. M. Ballard and Coun-- ; Dutch.Art. - . , t with his brother, W. Siott Har-kin- ?, ty Road Engineer Moynahan, Painters of Holland' f Tabitha. ; Jr., who is now attending were iu Frankfort Tuesday, when Remorantt Hiatt Other Dutch Artists, " Centre College. Danville Advo- plans and specifications were subTevis Bethurum cate. mitted and approved for extendGerman Art. J E Thompson is working t e ing the Wildie road on across ground limestone proposition in Roundstone creek. The original Hofman (Religious Art), Iva Hunt Garrard, Lincoln and' Madison survey stopped 300 feet this side British Art. counties. With some it require.1 of the creek, and in event the road Painters. considerable talk to convince them should go to Boone's Gap instead Sir Joshua Reynolds, that ground limestone is the thing of up through Scaffold Cane, the Sallye Price their land needs, but once it is much needed bridge would have Sir Edwin Landseer, Maranda Baker used, further argument is un- been lost. While the route from Turner, , Nannie Taylor necessary. Roundstone to Madison is yet un- British Song "All Through the decided, still no matter how the Night." LOCAL road runs this bridge is badly Miss Bertha Gentry 'returned for the benefit of the whole jto the school Monday, after' havFred Owens has gone to house- needtd of that section of the county. Let ing 'been home for several weeks, keeping in Sparks Addition. the pike go as it may, under tthe on account olMllness. .. Sport shirts and underwear at present arrangements, the people 1 The dlifference;betwee? ordinal Drumtnond's store Livingston. of the Wildie section will have ry and extrordmaryjsibe differLow cut shoes for men and wo the benefit of the bridge across ence between No. 5.30 at :$;(5, 3tnen just in at Drummond's store, Roundstone which creek is often and some"of the other $15 suits. ' past fording during the wet season. Livingston. Sutton and McBee. MT. VERNON SIGNAL .,..,,.. ... ,,,. w 's -- 79 - "If llf N If MARCH 27th to APRIL 8th I I. w W You Can Dress Up To Perfection in Fish's i; WMI . l New Spring Clothes r YOU don't need informing ! Tti--da- y whenever IMPRESSION counts every man who has been up agaiust YOU don't need argument You may even need reminding that THIS is the TIME YOU with "putting-it-over- " know what a help good clothes can be home circle? In the pulpit ? In the highways of public life man meets man (or woman) you know impression counts I And when does imoression NOT count1? In the ? business deal? In the In the social whirl ? Wherever f ' Not because we urge it not especially because this is the. date when all America is observing National Spring Dress-uWeek: but because in your heart, you KNOW you OUGHT to. ioU owe it to yourself your influence, your business, vour prosperity. DRESS UP, MEN ! ! p DRESS UP, MEN Our stocks and our service supply every ordinary apparel need of any man at prices more than ordinarily fair and square. DRESS UP RIGHT. Whatever you pay for anything you wear get goods the khd you know you'll get at FISH'S. ., $ 10, $15, $17, 18 and $20 FISH'S COME IN AND SEE WHAT A SPECIALS - With other FISH FURNISHINGS to MATCH will vie you the SPRING DRESS-U- P Let us show you appearance you desire. LITTLE CASH WILL DO ... was-calle- Ji d News THE CASH STORE J i MFiiitiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiriMMiTrtnilM 7&X$&C$3I -- jonas Mckenzie CROSS TIES iyc&x3$&x$3y A good line of vsSpie&tt-P,aptc - WANTED Blackg White Oak DELIVERED THE OLD RELIABLE General Merchandise . AT END OF RAILROAD JOHNETTA Farm Implements DfoldfciC3C3 ' :3e3e$aeB3e pc?x& ', " Johnette, Ky. WILL PAY the FOLLOWING PRICES: No. J, White Oak, 7x9, 85 ft. long; 45c. No. J , Red or Black Oakj 7x8, 82 fe long,-i5c. ' i m. ft m fJ l fj, .1 I i C. H. RICE, Agent LIVINGSTON, KY.: For HARMOUNT TIE 6. LUMBER CO. PROG K AM FOR PARENTS AND TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION FOR FRIDAYj APKIL 7, at 3:00 O'CLOCK. Devotional, School Expansion, . . ' See Drummond, Livingston, for Phoenix silk hose nt 50c and'$l. Some people have the wrong conception of the word cgood," Society applied to clothes, they think it means high prices but it doesn't. - FARE $52 tSS'Vft . .- DAILY BETWEEN (Nv .. .- Discussion J Mr q.C.Davis Graded Sc Special Music, "Importance, of 'Co-operation The Livingston B. Y. P. U. will give their quarterly .social, Friday V:30 p.m., in the picture Be- April 7th, tween- Parents, Jind Teachers show building. Special Program Public cordially refreshments. of Our School' Admission 15c. invited. Bradley, -. Mr, Van Winkle, All the Spring plaids jan Ging Mrs. Ahce Davis, -- . '( Prof. J. S. Irvine Mrs. Mattie Mullins Sutton & McBee. nSilfl ibpmh n VJrfEYCUMXJCl v? i" jstvii.-'m-i BUFFALO " Sleeping aeeommoda-- y Z3&&?5? largest and ERIE" CLEVELAND-Daay,MaylsttQov,15th-l?UFFA- '' j M "CITY OF Tha toost costly steamer on any inland water of the world, tions for 150) passenzers. TC i r7- - T Tlp "TTT ft fTTT Tfrf '3 Magnificent Steamer' - , 2. 'J "CITY OF BUFFAJr6, ff ' V Mr. S.Jf . Bowman. hams at Drummond's store," ' Liv- LO . ' N i ovr " Mizpahp Pres., Mrs, McFerron. Program Com,; t Miss Georgia M,cFerron, Miss Winnie Palin. ingston: For Sale: A refrigerator that holds 15o lbs. of Ice, in splendid condition. Walter Miller, 79. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Phone I M THE CLEVELAND St BUFFALO . . ... 1? nM eta readies between Cleveland and Buffalo are good for .transportation ocreor itearaers. Aak' " W" . ionrticictaEentfertieket-laC.&a.Line.. T. Beaatifnlly colored leetional puzzle chart; (howing both exterior and interior of Toe Great Ship "SEEANDUEE" aent on receipt of rive cents to cover postage and tnaMiVp Also askv pietceial and descriptive booklet free. onr for .. M Leave Cleveland Arrive tioffala ..t Leave Bnltalo Arrive Cleveland (Central Standard Time) . m 6 JO A.M. - W !... .. eOA.M. . v S TltAtlSif CO., CUtHxs ()Li ' I- . - -- i KNQXVELLE' ST TRADE TRIP GETTING TOGETHER Withers Over One Hundred Prominent Knoxville Mm to Vidt tlure On Special Train C. E. Mullins is in Jackson county this week, Prof. Dicker-a-n Purpose of Visit of Knoxviiie is igetting along well with his ' Trade TrlP Members ,s To school at this place. Died: Mrs. OUSiness Thomas Anderson was called Cement Business Relations from earth to heaven March 21st, Big at 9:24 p. in. She had been a Business Men of Knoxviiie Want to Here, Know More Itinerary of Four Days' Trip, From Knoxviiie to Atheville, and Desire About Conditions Know sufferer for a year from a compliPeople Here to cation of diseases. She leaves a N. C, and Return, Stopping in Fcrty-Fou- r Cities in Four More About Knoxviiie as a Manufachusband, three sons and three turing and Jobbing Center. States for Social and Business Calls daughters, four brothers and three Back of the white hats, the stripped sisters, besides a host of other Special. Knoxville's First Trade trip. No expense has been spared in umbrellas, the music, the fun and Trip, which will start April 11th and the planning of this trip Dy the of the Knoxviiie Trade relatives and friends to moarn four days, will cover Slo,ille Board of Commerce to make it Trip, there is a. very serious purpose her loss. There has been lots of for miles of territory in Tennessee, Ken-- , u huccess, and allow the members of This Trade Trip has a meaning, ant' grip in this- part for the last Carolina. the party the longest possible stay tucky, Virginia , Knox-oonUnt- ie fiood-fellowsh- Try it yourself-if you want personal and positive information as to how delightful Prince Albert really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into ! the best makin's cigarette you ever For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message and makin's peace for every of man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas and ideals. The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch I set-fire-- to pipe-pea- ce - in each town, and yet make the necessary to cover so j ber of towns For, be it known, that this is "Prosj much territory on the tirst trip. perity Year in Knoxviiie" her mills Few realize the amount of work and factories are running, and the ' and pieparation that is involved in wheels of commerce are humming the running of one of these Trade Knoxviiie is stirred in every pulse and i Trips. Betore the train starts on its fibre as she has never been stirred be way, the executive committee in tore with a new spirit of enterprise barge of the Trade Trip will have of push and purpose that is built upor ; pent many weeks in working out the the solid rock foundation of confidentia;ls, in oroer to i&burc no hitch or confidence in her own future; confl contusion. j t.etiee in the loyalty of her people ant 4. m. firr-t- , the rotite nad to be selected; ugsressiveness of her progressive busiU. t 'reeU J:l a. m .r. Irltf 'JlvU :i. in. the itinerary adopted and the aress men and institutions. .Iclllco n5:i'i j. m rangements made for the railway 11'. lu p. III. Jellico 12:tu p. in. Ar. U'Hli.un'-bu- iji equipment and for the lacilities af1:17 i. in. 1:17 p. in. Ai. Cor- - forded the members of the trip Wilimiiirhui-The ... m. Ar. London 3:25 enmiulssarj car must be stocked, the L.v.c.inah-ueing, so far as possible, the p. m. L.v. London l:li) p. in. Ar. K. Oern- - jiiodurts of the sections to be visited t p. in. l:i' Lv. K liern&tnut 4: JO p. m. Ar. Liv- - and bought in Knoxviiie, which in itIngi'toti .:&.) p. in. l.v. Livingston ;:20 p. m. Ar. Rerea self should prove a big advertisement G:i." p m. for the trip; the red, white and blue L.n. nrrea C:t3 p. in. Ar. Richmond umbrellas to be carried by the mem7:10 in. bers oidered, and the badges to be SIX'OXO PAY. WEDNESDAY. worn secured. These badges will AlMtllL 12. Lv. Richmond C:wj a. in. Ai. Lancas- have printed on them: '"Knoxville's ter 7:lu a. m. S:1D a. m. Pirst Trade Trip, April 11th to 14th," Ar. Rowland Lv. L.incator r.nd on the identification portion will 8:4U a. in. Lv. Rowland i,:Z:, a in. Ar. Stanfoid be printed the name and title of the S:'A a. m. member and the firm represented. Lv. Stanford :35 .i. in. Ai. Crab W.w a. m. This will be a great aid to the people d Crab J.. 10:30 Orchard 10:13 a. m. Ar. of the towns visited, as it will not be a. :n. Biodhead 10:0 a. in. Ar. Mt. Ver- necessary for one to ask names, but l.v. non 11 :.i. a. tu. by merely looking at an member:? La. Ml Veinon 11:35 a. in. Ai. 1:43 p. m. oadge one can get the member's name, c Lv. Barbour ille 2:42 p in Ar. title and all. Besides these badges, S:it p. in. Lv. I'n.cvlllr 4 its p ni. Ar. Orly 4:10 ach member of the Trade Trip will p in the won' Lv. orby 4:23 ji m. Ai MIJdle?boro wem a white hat wttn 4:33 p. in. 'Kiuiwiiic" pi lute J on the band TH1UD KAY. TlirrtSPAY. Al'ltlL IS which will alto be an aid in dihtin 3:oii a. m. Lv. ilidUIe-boiAi. '. :1U u. m. uisning the local boosters lrom the Lv. I'ennintrton 7:40 a. in. Ar. Big Trade Trip Members, allowing then, Stone .;.ip 8:45 a. m. Lv. Bit; Stone tj.xp f:43 a. rn. Ar. Ap- - to get together in the shorten i i.s alho the assign time. Thf-rApp.i"ia.iia 10:40 a. m. Ar. ton li:JU a. in. ment of the party to Pullman at com Ar. Appalachia Lv. Norton 12:t0 in inodattous to be looked attei, and :i !2:so p. in. Lv. Appalacbia 12:33 p. m great many other tilings which must Ai. t'linchpurt 1:45 p. in. L Clinch- be taken care ot bj the Trade Trii Wm. H. Crouch, leader of the U. of T. poit 2:1 j p. m. Ar. Oat.- City 2:43 p. m L Gutr Cit committee of the Kt:nxille Board o Band, which is to visit here. 3:1.. p. in. Commerce, to make the trip one that Ar. Bristol 4:43 p. in. ' It is in the spirit of this new prosLv. Bnatul 0:45 p. in. Ar. .lohnon City kVill gie maximum le.Milts to tin 7:45 p. in. perity that this First Trade Trip is Knoxviiie business men as well as t KOL'BTH DAY. FRIDAY. APRIL 1. j being made, and it is far from a sel-- ! Lv. Johnson City 7:uu a. in. Ai. Joms-bor- o the business men of the towns to 7:20 a. in. fish spirit, for Knoxviiie is not coming Lv. Joneboro 7:50 a. ni. Ar. Telford visited. to sell; but to See and to BUY! 8:00 a. m. Reaching Richmond, Ky., at 7"1 Lv. Trlford 8:10 a, m. Ai. Limestone In her new prosperity she must look p. m. on the first day out, the Knox 8:24 a. in. beyond her own doors for new ma Lv. Limestone 8:34 a. m. Ar. Gieene-vlll- e ville Trade Trip members will unloar 9:03 a. m. terial. Lv. Creenevllle 10:05 a. m. Ar. at the depot, and headed by the I'ni Knoxviiie wants to extend to the 10:22 a. ni. ap versity of Tennessee band, march tt people of her sister towns and citier Lv. Mosheim lo:22 a. m. Ar. Bull the business section of the citi.v.'hen the ''glad hand," wants to know them 11:00 a, in. Lv. Bulls Gap 11:10 a. in. Ar. Whit,-bur- g they will hold a joint session with tin 11:17 a. in. invitaorganization of commercial thai better, and extends to them an 11:27 a. m. Ar. Lv. WhIte-bJirtion to grow as she grows. Knoxviiie ville 11:37 a. m. Lv. Hussellvillc 11:47 a. m. Ar. Moiris-tow- n nlace in one of the town's large halls Speakers irom the "special" will tell vants us to profit by her prosperity. 11:37 a. in. There will be a result to this trip Lv. Jlorristown 12:57 p. m. Ai. White the Uichmoudites about Knoxviiie Pine 1:22 p. m. that ought to be of special interest to Lv. White Pine 1:33 p. m. Ar. Xew-A- r what she buys and what she sells, and an port 2:0o p. m iHM7u-eu,rVl'Hot lots more of general interest, wUlf Lv. Newport 2:30 p. m. of organization and efficiency, Ricnraond speakers will tell the Springs 3:45 p. m. the Lv. Hot Spiings 4:00 p. m, Ar. Mar- - Knoxviiie party about their t. n iu trip ougut 10 stimulate gi eater m snail 4:3& p. m. ' what they make, what they have tc terest In our local commercial organiLv. Marshall 3:03 p. m Ar Ashcv-nip. rn. nnll mnn nfViow tVilnrro Altftr. zation and in greater commercial act:iu Ashevllle 12 """. win -ue tivity. Then, too, the visit of the Lv. m. Ar Knoxviiie, BC" "" """ """' April IS, 5:15 a. m. nating netween tne speecnes Knoxviiie Trade Trip will offer to our The trip from Knoxviiie to Jellico concerts by the University of Tennes- local boosters an opportunity to do will be made over the Southern Rail- see Band. seme boosting of their own game. The way, and from Jellico to Appalachia, At Middlesboro, where the "special-wilSpecial will carry representatives of Va., over the L. & N. At Appalachia arrive at 4: 45 on the second eve- - both of Knoxville's big daily papers, the "special" will change to the V. & ning out, April 12th, another evening newspapers that are read far and wide. S. W., over whose tracks it will run meeting will be held similiar to the impression they gather of the to Bristol, where connection will be one at Richmond, as will also be done The visited, and which will be gathtowns ' made with the Southern again, over at Johnson City on the evening of the by of the which line the remainder of the trip third day and at Ashevllle on the eve- ered willthe other members party have a far reaching effect ning of the last day. At all of the will be made. good result. This train of eight cars, which will stops the band will play and at many and untoldgo out shouldmeet Let us and the "speequipped with everything neces- the Knoxviiie party will parade, and be cial" in a spirit which will animate sary to make the trip pleasant, will be at everj stop the Knoxvillians plan to the home of the hundred Knoxviiie make the most of the time the train them; in a spirit of wanting to get closer together and of business men for the four days of the will tarry. and thereby both sides will be benew fitted. In all, 44 towns will be visited. The which will leave Knoxviiie on Tuesday morning, April 11th, at 7:00 a. m., will consist of eiRht all- steels Pullman cars, including two dining cars and a combination bag- gage and buffet car. The itinerary of lite four days' irifi will b as follows: Tl KS! U'l'.ll. 11 riKST i l. IvIiuWille ;. a I.i Olltlnll :v - iii i'ojI Orccl, !! &.1. a. in U .'lint. iz-i num-'spccial," and North that meaning is illustrative of the busi month. ness spirit of Knoxviiie. i lY. c - ) --, C-a- - 1. t.. 1. i st.-ul- Or-ctw- id Brod-hea- Pine-vlll- o Pcn-nint't- po-s- i.. Noi-'b- v le - 1 I .Mo-hf-i- in ; s Bus-Fe- ll representing the Stratton & Tersetege Hardware Co., was calling on the merchants of this place a few days ago. Misses Rose.and Sarah Money and brother, Ben, of Templars, tire with their aunt, Mrs. j. M. Roberts, this, week. Master Leonard Moore, of Cruise, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Forrester and Iuther Muffins. It seem that most every one in this part are moving, and those that are not are thinuing about it. H. M. Mink will move to An-viland J. M. Roberts will move to the place vacated by Mr Mink, and T. H. Robeits to the place vacated by J. M. Roberts. Miss Belle Drew, who is attending school at this place spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks at Cooksburg. Emmett Anderson, of Walnut Grove, was here to attend the burial of his moth er last week. There will be services at Red Hill Saturday and Sundav, conducted by the Rev. Huglrey Pondor Prayer meeting at Fair View every Friday night conducted by Rev. W. D. Mullins and others Mrs. J. J. Brown and son, Hobert, of Level Green, were here to attend the burial of Mrs.' Thomas Anderson. Mrs. C. E. and Sarah A. Mull ns spent the day Sunday with Mrs. J. M. Roberts. Melvin Bamet is erecting a new dwelling There has been but very little gardening done in this part vet. The small son of Daniel Ponder was burned veiy badlj by turning a kettle of hot water over on itself. Victor Price, of Levtl Green, has been working in the store for F. E. Mullins, while Mr. Mullins was attending the bedside of his sister, Mrs Anderson. e, S. D. Stacv, tRINCE Copyright Hit by ALBERT the national joy smoke is so friendly to your tongue and taste that it is mighty easy to get acquainted with. You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better than the last because it is so cool and R.J. fragrant and You'll just sit back and ponder why you have kept away from such joy'us smokings for so long a time I long-burnin- g. Men, we tell you Prince Albert is all we claim for it You'll understand just how different our patented process makes Prince Albert quick as you smoke it 1 1 !p?tieTT.EltotSiia Bay Princf Albert Otryxahrru tobacco U toIJi lit toppy red bag: Set tidy J handtomm pound and half pound tinrt tin. 10c: in pound humidors and cryttal'ulatn humidor with tponf-moitttntops that keep the tobacco in each prime condition. tr Cm rmm Olt ! & BJy ni tia 71 wil nUs "Froctu PtuU4 July 3W, mi." wkick ku Bad threm sua R. J. REYNOLDS T0SACC0 CO., Wiuloa-Sal- n, N. C Hififi on naked Mrtt 1 b' aPe "i. i e I l i DANGERS OF DRAFT. Draits feel best when we are hot and perspiring, just when they are most dangerous and the result is Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Mu. cles or sometimes an attack of Rheumatism. In such ca&es apply Sloan's Liniment It stimulates circulation to the sore and painful part. The blood flows freely and in a short timt the mIh ness and pain leaves. Those suffering from Neuralgieor Neuralgic Headache will find one or two applications of Sloan's Liniment will give grateful relief The agoniz ing pain gives way to a tingling sensation of comfort and warmth and'vuiet rest and sleep is possible. Good for Neuritis too. Price 25c. at your Druggist. Others ma come And others may go But the Ford Goes on Forever. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE BAND TO GIVE CONCERT HERE Meirtfoiarg" -- Rev. J. G. Soward preached a Crack Muiical Organization of the verv interesting sermon here Sun State to Accompany Knoxville's day, subject, 'What is your life1." Trade Trip Special. The University of Tennessee Band, one of the crack musical organizations of the state will accompany the Trade Trip Special of the Knoxviiie business. men to furnish the music at this and the other towns visited. The band which is composed of 25 members will ive concerts, both of poplar and classical music, and all iotars of mil sic should plan to sear these concert .JV f8QPqP GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Brodhead Ky LINE Robes 33'4 ! CASTOR I A For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Boitht COMPLETE Bears the Signature of (Z&tfEjE Coffins, Caskets and X. Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly HOW TO MAKE MONEY AT HOME. . Filled C3IC3CS UNDERTAKER 1 AA - Our line of Couch Caskets! is unexcelld fland-mad- e Coffins furnished Hearse senl to all parts of the County. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. I COX, a ..- Phone 94-- S MT. VERNON, KY. in your, own home. Be the only customer (you'll have no license to pay;) Go to your wife and give her two dollars to buy a galton of whiskey, and remember there are sixty-nin- e drinks in a gallon. Buv your no one but your wife, and by the time the first gallon is gone she will have eight dollars to put in the bank and two dollars to start business again. Should you live ten vears arid continue to buy booze from her, and then die with snakes in yo.ur boots, she will have enough money to bury you decently, educate your children, buy a house and o t, marry a decent man, and quit thinking about you entirely. . saloon Start a If each of us would just stop a moment in this busy lif2 of ours, to think, what is my life and what influence is m'ylife having on my. own family, and on those around me. I'm sure a great many things that we do, would be left undone. Misses Ethel and Emma Davis of Mt. Vernon, and Miss Grace Thompson of Quail, were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Sarah Wallin last weeek. Mr. Charles Chandler.and little son are visit ing Mrs. Chandler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Houk this week. Mr. Chaney, of Pongo is visit ing nis son, cy cnaney. Mr. Chaney has been in poor health for some time, and it is hoped that he may be Jbenefitted by the change. Mrs. John Hamlin, who has been right sick, is some better. j - -- i BRYANT BROS., Agents, Mt Vernon, Ky.1 Florida - Cuba - New Orleans WINTER TOURIST TICKETS .. drijjorn IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. Many people cough .and cough trom the. beginning of Tall right ON SALE DAILY TO ALL bSeSORTS OF THE SOUTH. through to sp'ring. Others ,gk LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. cold after cold. Take Dr. Kingls FOR FULL ipfORMAT,IQNr APPLY TONEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE New Discovery and you wil get H. C KING, granger and Ticket Agent, 101, Eaat Main Street, ''- -Lexington, Ky. almost immediate relief. It checlss -----W.JU BECKLER, c acraI;Pastenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio your cold, stops the racking, rasp-intissue-tearincough, heals. -f i h& inflammation, soothes the raw ;MiCii,'. ! 2.'V tubes. Easy to take, Antiseptic' Spring 'Hats: We havet re- trspfu School Law. and Healing- - Get a 50c. 'bottle of ceived a complete tine of Ladle's BETHURUM & LEWIS Dr. King's New 'Discovery and, SpfitttrHafearid can sell them at CQMPIlttE TWO.YIAR COUBSIL d1 keep it in the house. 'Jit is cer r c LE.B. oner O.I. a. Hac. Attorneys at Law I atena.Ja.l. Freotcs.f or ban la tainly a great medicine and I keep a 'reasonable price. Utesj:Aeeotocoartaad.ri. uurmriet orea. Tmuoa vauuu oure ana ouy. WW WAV V. WUUVIHUWM WU CUU Mllr pimU. Ber FKHl)9u aad baa&oBi in all the Conrts Kxn Dootoaa Itchlnt of writes W.C. Jesseman. Francouty, " & MuluW. Mullins TtaniM Jwf tpnw rmij.ta tnmn. wttto N. H. Money back if not satis; Offices in Bethurum Bldg. nililT rWttttKOCSic'i- Livingston. Ky. tied but nearly always helps. g, ! g Jtff lltfc-re- 1 j.u-neip A '' Will-practic- e bwftI; si -? -- v, . r x A