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Established 1887 iMi mm m I wr awiMjnfg SSSSgga Ear riry- C'"-hBH- -- x . r Mat fuwiim m- hi yPRNON ""Roi'KCASTl.R COUNTY KY., FRIDAY, A little, child, of Mr. and. . Mrs . George Murphy, that has been very sick for some time, is rapidly improving. Mr. James Neal who has been confined to her room for some time ia some better. Born to the. wife of Alvin Carico on the 24th, a fine girl. Mr. and Mrs J. T. O'Mary and children are spending the week in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Will Krueger and little son, Fritz, of Mt. Vernon, visited relatives here latter part of last week. b. C. Franklin, L. & N. watch and clock carpenter, was here Monday. On last Saturday a party of young folks visited the 'Salt Peter cave, on Crook ed creek, about seven miles from Livingston. Those in the .party were; Mr. Dan Ponder, Bill Hig-gin- s, Miss Essie Hansel, Misses Bessie and .Ellen Owens. This cae is one of the freaks of nature and should be the eighth wonder of the world. Mrs. D. B. Rambo and children have returned from a few, days visit with friends and relatives at Mayweod. Mrs. No ra Hughes; of Louisville, is visiting relatives here this week.-E- d Herd will move to Richmond in a few days. Miss Flora Pennington, who has been attending school at; Richmond, is with relatives here.-still hear a great deal of the pike going over Gau-leWell, this will be against the wishes of the people of Living ston, butjf we can't get what we want in this matter, and what seems right to us, we may have to take iwhat the other fellow wants to give us. But there is one consolation, and that is, memory never' dies. Our friend at Brodbead, seems to think that they will (we mean the republi cans) have a love feast in November. Well, my.friend, if you do we will obey theinjunction taught in the Bible, 'where it says; "Re joice witir tnem that reioice.:: But we rather think that our friend will be like the man that was going to light the grizzly bear. He got upon the cage and took a hearty laugh, and some one asked him what he was laughing about, and he said he was having his laugh before the fight, for he knew he could not laugh afterwards. Likewise our friend is t iking time by the forelock. -- 7. 1916 I 25 tors, however, do not claim that they can cure Mr. Lear, but him to change climates, and ad-Vise he will likely go to Ashland, N.C., for the summer. We are glad to report that J. M. Adams, the Main street merchant, cer-hin- ly U reen who has been confined to his room iC tyasfbionVintsr B The Smartest of Spring Styles for the Purse-PrudeIt's not an nt Woman if easy matter to assemble season after season, an individual line of smart coats and suits, but being fortunate enough to carry the Bischof line, we again cordially invite you to view our lovely offerings and have no hesitation in saying that every style is one that will make instant appeal to the woman who values style-distinctio- n. We y. Every coat and suit for Spring is refreshing in its originality and the line is so varied, it permits of a wide selection. The same style genius which has .ever characterized Bischof Coats and Suits stands out effectively in the Spring models. Every model is attractive. The fashionable Style Marts of the Country and the best Looms of the Land have been searched to produce smart styles for limited incomes, The fabrics are entirely novel and embody that rare ex clusiveness desired by smart women. The styles are extremely "chic" and clmr--s The colors simply radiate Spring and The Prices are within rcasoa. ri' kT '' I T . . .. T - -! t.'st rr ,jTt t- 1 t fl-r- . - Jltf 1 . Til rwF m Mzt'jrrt a -- l - MM77TVT gVYTVS T 4 i 35K I Sutton jjjj - & McBee " )j 1 for several months, is out again, and we feel Hopeful that he will W. O. soon' regain his health. Yadon and Dick Albright accompanied Logan Bryant, the Mt. Vernon Ford Agent, to Louisvilie one day last week and bi ought A. E. Albright's new car in, Mr. Albright is the first to buy a car here, but we understand that prospects to sell others are good. Prof. J L. Pilkenton, Professor of Brodhead Graded and High School, informs us that the enrollment for this term has reached 100 per cent, of the census. The census showing 312 pupils and the enrollment reached that num ber early last week. Mr Pilken ton, and his corps of teachers are very earnest in their work, and lose noiopportunity to increase the attendance and the efficiency of The. patrons feel the school.' justly proud of the high standard reached in school work here. W. D. Cummins recently severed his connection with the Brodhead Real Estate Company, This company has succeeded in listing a number of good farms ami town ots, and will Hkelv advertise a partial list in the next issue of the Signal. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prew-itt- . of Lancaster, has been here this week on account of the serious illness oi Everett Watson. Mr. E. L. Tharp, and little son, Gravely Farris. of Junction City, were guests of her daughter and sister, Mrs. R. E. Albriglit and Mrs. J. R. Cass, Saturday and Snnday. Born to the wife of Ab Hays last Tuesday, a boy. Everett Watson, who has been vecy low wan pneutnona, is t'lought to be better now, and our House eal x give you the longest noiKU wear, and it will stick to your property through the coldest ana wettesT: weather. It is a superior paint from point you look at it. It goes farther, lasts longer and M looks better. Prove S fe a the quality of Hanna's anv-srarrrJ- .Don't iust "Damt" vonr property "Green Seal" it. Hanna's Green Seal Paint vill m i sa'r?Jj6?r?iJ HasH 4 Green Seal Paint for yourself. J. B. NOE, Mt.jVemon.Kv. xxi xxx WANTED xs sxs 14 I" SPLIT HICKORY EITHER IRED OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the L. & . S ZES 2S , Kx long, a $5.00 per lOOOpieces 3 " Auto S $13.33 Ii TheClothcraft Store AUCTION SALE Saturday, April AT 4:30 p-- m. 15 th On the premises the bankrupt stock of Merchandise and Fixtures L. U SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. will be sold to the highest cash bidder. Fixtures consist of one $350. Cash Register, four Floor Show Cases, Ribbon Cases, four Scales, Fireproof Safe, Oliver Typewriter and Desk, $60. Grocer Bin Counter, agood Gasoline Light Plant; etc, etc. Be on hand and get a bargain. COY S. SANDERS Real Estate and Insurance LANCASTER, KY. CIRCUIT ROCKCASTLE COURT. WATCH CHILD'S COUOH. W. A. Mink and M. F. Deaton, Colds, running of nose, continued irritation of the mucous memPlaintiffs, brane if neglected may mean ca- vs. JNOTICE All creditors of the estate ol John Rowe, deceased, are hereby notified to present their claims against same, properly proven, before me on or before April 11, 1916. Beginning April 11, i916, I will sit daily until through to receive and register said claims and proof. G. S. Gkiffin. Master Com. Rockcastle Circuit Court. colds. J. S. Rowe, Admr. of Defendants John Ko we, &c. , later. Don't take the chances- - do something for your child! Children will not tak ev ery medicine, but they will take Dr. King's New .discovery and without bribing or teasing. Its a sweet, pleasant, tar syrup and so effective. Just laxative enough to eliminate the waste poisons. Almost the first dose helps. Always prepared, no mixing or fuss ing. Just ask your druggist for Dr. King's New Discovery. It will safeguard your child against serions ailment resulting from tarrh There is more Catarrh in this section cf the country than all TUT ISS Ella Mae Blanford is in other diseases put together, and Louisville for a few days. J. for years it was supposed to be B. Donnelly is visiting his broth incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly er in Lexington. Hobert Griffin has moved into the pro perty re- failing to cure by local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh cently vacated-bI. A. Mann. is a local disease, greatly influencDr. R. G. Webb and Jerry Sams ed by constitutional conditions spent a few days in Louisville the and therefore requires- constitupast week. Mr. Sams went tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh down to have surgical operation Cure manufactured by F. J. Chen performed and the Doctor went ey & Co., Toledo, Ohio., is a conalong with him. G. S. Griffin, stitutional remedy, is taken inter Jr., has a severe case of measles nally and acts through the blood mucous surfaces and it is handling him rough. on the One Hundred pf thto system. Dollars re F. M. Marshbanks will move his ward is offered for any case that family back from Mt. Vernon to Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure Send for circulars and our town. W. M. Hilton, of East Bern- J. H. Cheney &,Co., Toledo, O stadt, has moved bis family into Sold by Druggists, 75 cents. , the property of Mrs Sue Hall's Family Pills for constipa near the hotel.- - -- Rev. Baker, tion. of London, filled his regular apf pointment at the Presbyterian 8 church Saturday and Sunday. I Mrs. Thos. Graves has returned home after a weeus visit with relatives in Cynthiana. We are in- "gRODHEAD is the best pro duce market in the State ' formed that Mr. Daniel Ponder - locate in was the statement of a gentleman will leave, our city and Doubtless that Mt. Vernon. We verv much dis a few days ago is putting it a little strong, but to like to give tbtm up as they are good people, but our loss will be a causual observer it would appear Mt Vernon's gam. The B. Y. true. More than $1 ,000.00 in cash P. U will give a supper in the is paid for produce here each week Masonic building Friday night. and the fellow who stands by and Admission 15 cents We wish sees the enormous amount that is them success. Mrs J. H. Owens bandied for si little town like ours and grandaughter, Sracie, spent would naturally think- this was a Saturday and Sunday with rela- produce center. ' B. T. Young & Company, who recently entered tives near CedarviU'e. T. J. was in Mt, Vernon Stm-da- into the produce business here, Miss Lyda Cook, who Has seems to be getting their share of been in Cincinnati' 'for the past thfjuiness, and we predict.that month learning the latest in the when the people throughout the .millinery business, has' returned country learn that they are here home. Miss Nellie Hagan who every day, and will pay cash for has been visiting relatives in the produce they buy, offer nothCorbin, has returned home. Vrs. ing but cash, and have nothing to Fred Baker, f Mt. Vernon, who sell, weleel their business, will has been visiting her parents here continue to grow. B R Wilmott ..i nas returneo; mts. C. H, ,Rice went to Detroit last week He left a few days agoiibr Philadel has a good position there. Chint pbia Pa , to visit- relatives ior a Lear, who is in very poor health, few weeks. Mrs. George. Smith was in Richmond several days after afeirdays' visit to . relatives last week under treatnient othe at Uorbin hasreturned- - home. Dra. Gibaoo. The RichiuotKi'doc: y - Lvipig"stFi I recovery seem& t jii Gravely and Carter are attending him. iironstun Elder was in Louisville during the week, the guest of his sister Mrs. VV K. Brown. Logan Bryant and E, S. lbrightwere in town Monday and Chuck Frith says th it Albright lifted him for ftftoo. cents, and from the embarrassed h-s o-r- 2x 3, Drs. 3x3;, 1033 pieces 16 in. Ions, $16.03 per 1030 pieces J6t ba 16 .in. pr I imber must be clear of all defects. Our Mr. O. V. Jarrett will make inspections when notified. Yours Very ruly, STANDARD WHEEL CO. By John F. Fisher, SSgr. jDG Mul-lins- look that Chuck is earning we are of the opinion ho lost the fifteen, and if it proves to be true Albright gets the "Belt" and is justly entitlod to it. Claud Oweus is in Reading, Ohio, where he has secured a good position. Claud is a good boy, and we are glad that he has secured employment that nis physical condition will permit him to hold, and that he can make good money, too. Weeds Ceece died at his home near here fast week from tuberculosis. He Mad been in ill health for several u;iitus Mrs. j. m. uwens is guest of her daughter, Mrs. the Walter Smith, at Crab Orchard, today. fohn Robins sold his stock of drugs toThe Brodhead Pharmacy, and the business will m n t j rc W L 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 us for " Booster Tickets' Get on board while the Goings Good and get your share of the profits. Outline is Drugs. Call and see us. JSrdkeLGL continue practically under the same management. Clyde B. Watson is proprietor, arid J. F. Watson is prescription clerk. Mrs. L. M. Brown, of Nashville, Tenn., is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J G. Frith, this week. "?" The star roll for the seventh month of the school is as follows: Mary Langford Ella Mae McKen-zie- , Lillian Griffin, Nina Cox, Clara Traub, Ella Mae Sowder, Bertha DeBord. The honor roll is: Ruth. Lan drum. Sydney Crawford, Verna Welch, Ruth Litton,. Tabitha Hi-tEmma Taylor, Byron Webb, Graded School Items 1' 7 rSIf.t - !!!!!!!! a' HEREiPLACE TO GET HIGH-CLAS- S .a. EI1MT-OLAS- S A CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phione No. 39 ss.t.9.ZIZXIa!lr!!Za SiS!t Tzi Z ! I : ! Yours Respectfully, I""!! - t, Pen-mngt- on y. Ouie Silvers, Christine Davis, Edith Adams, Ida Hamlin, Maggie Jones, Rosa Gentry, Leila Owens, Ruby Cooper Everett Bryant, Fay McClirfe, Jesse DeBord, Ed na Davis, Hazel Parrett, Nora Or-tofna Meadows, Ltla Davis, Marguerite Bryant, Lula Taylor,' Lillian Cox, Nellie Cox, Fannie McFerron, Katherine Welch. Hazel Hysmger, Jewell Haydcn, r, i ude Ge try. Rosic n, 1 Hd-pe- TOILET ARTICLES, EINE CANDIES, CIGARS and TOBACCOS, IN FACT, EVERYTHING KEPT IN A DRUG STORE. as 9 9 oM 0 tea 9 SO" e. We Give BOOSTER TICKETS - 99 Bill McFerron, aenry Nicecy.l !' ( - Ronnie Cummins, Lena Sowder, Sadie Niel Parrett, Lucille Ai. bright. Effie Busscll and Eva Poneer sDrRouR L. DAVIS tees ) 49 y eo Phone 87 .. CHAS. .... on ? 33 OJ rKUftTOR ea .! s . r M w VfiRNON SIGNAL Gaining PsiOAt, April 7, icfte 1 Weight Real Novelty Commissioner's Sale POClCCAiiTLE GIRCTJJT ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. on Inside Job J, O Plummer, v. NOTIQE Plaintiff, L COURT vi vs7rFi 1 Children Cry for Fletcher Published every Friday by ; ' EDGAR'S. ALBRIGHT. -1" OBSCapTION ONE TRAR of Vernon, 'OFFICE MEN OFTEN PAY The Bank ys Mt. Order of Sale Plaintiffs : PENALTY OF INDOOR A H. Hamlla ami GRIND M. K, Hamlin, Defendants. $I.O " By virtue of a jndgraent and order of sals rendered at the January term of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, 916, I will, on the 24th day of April, 1916 between the hours of 9 o'lock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. at the front door of the court lioube in Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer We can;t all be devotees of the Advertising rates mace know ci. great out of doors, and the office application men and women too often pay the penalty of the all day grind at the dusk. MKMBHROF KENTUCKY PRRSS ASSOCIATION There comes in many cases the sluggishuess that is bred of physical inactivity and the ailments for sale to the highest and best bidder t: the following described property; to-wi- 3oo feet on To say "I feel good all over' ' is onNoe Street, and frontsback an equal said Ne Streot, running to speak the acme of content, and width to an alley, this proj erty consists 5o feet each when this is supplemented by a of six lots, fronting 30. 31. and 32 and as numbers 27. 29, 29, ROCKCASTLE BOY DETECTIVE s:eady, healthy increase in weight shown by plot, this being the property after a long period of suffering, where A. H. Hamlin now resides. In New York. thp fortunate man usually feels ThN property will be9old on a cred it of six months bearing legal interest - Below is a New York Newspa- that he wants to share his good rora the date of sale. Purchaser wfll approvper report of some of the activities luck with the less fortunate "oth be required to give bond-wk-" ed surety. A lieu will be retained on er fellow." of William O Jones, i Mt. Vernon It is this spirit that prompts so the property for purchase money. Bid boy, who after three years ser der will be prepared to comply prompt vice in the U. S. Navy joined the many business men in every coin ly with these terms. police force in New York and made j m unity to endorse Tanlac. Tan G. S. GRIEFIN, lac assists nature to throw off de- Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court good to such an extent that Dwre. of the detective de pression and in its place to stim partment has for the past three ulate the system, with the result Commissioner's Sale years kept Jones under his wing that energy and vigor return. That "tired feeling, means a for detective work. We are satisROCKCASTE CIRCUIT great, deal more than is generally fied Bill did the act up brown COURT when playing the part, of a naval realized. It is one of the svptoms Plaintiff officer in the case mentioned in of a more serious condition. It Berea Bank A Trust Co., vs : Commisioner's Sale. is not laziness, it is a physical the following account: T. R. Mullins and "Three women and four men ailment that needs correction Defendants Candace Mullins, it takes a firm hold on you. are under arrest following By virtue of a Judgment and older of a spectacular raid on a basement The results of the Tanlac treat- Bale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, of a cafe in East Fourteenth street ment are amazing. rendered at the August term therof, 1915 Tanlac tendi to make tired out, in the above cause, I shall proceed to by Police Inspector Dwyer and twelve of his men. More than listless persons sturdy and of real offer for sale at the court house door in one hundred persons were seated nanhood and womanhood like Mt Vernon, Ky., to the highest and Monthose old fashioned but most sen- best bidder, at public auction, on day y at the tables there early day, April 24, 1910, being the first when the police entered sible folks !he pioneers. of a regular term of the Rockcastle As a tonic, appetizer and invig-oran- Circuit Court, between the hours of 11 Among them were Fredrick Whit-in- , nothing never has beendis a. in. and 3 p. m., upon a credit of bix general secretary of the Com covered that will compare with months, the following described proj-crtmitteebf Fourteen, and Miss Luther, superintendent of the Flor- Tanlac. It builds new tissues, The undivided interest in a ence Crittendeu Home for Way- vitalizes the blood, and acts so tract of land in Rockcastle county on ward girls. They were there as vigorously on ailments of the the waters of Roundstonc creek and moral censors, accompanied by stomach, liver and kidneys, and bounded as follows: Beginning at the two women prominent in society catarrhal affections of the mucous being southward of top of McClure ridge Win. Mullins' line, membranes. who hjve been doing slum work. to the east end of the quarter breechen of the Meadbottom; thence to The three girls, who are said to Satisfied users of Tanlac have ow Mountain high the top thence to the peak; have worn but little clothing, and proven to be Tanlac's best adver. Champ Mullins line; thence with Champ who were dancing among the risers. Wen and women lrotn the Mullin's line to an ash and hornbeam on the south fork of Roundstone table?, described themselves as highest to the lowest walks of life, opposite Calloway Mullins' whitecreek, oak ' Henrietta Goldstein, twenty three everywhere are testifying daily to corner standing on the cedar ridge; thence years old, of No. 1,736 Madison jthe relief Tanlac has brought ward towith the top of the ridge northColloway Mullins' back line; ave., Stella Kose, twenty five, of them. No other remedy has won thence with the same to the center of the McClure ridge: thence with the top No. 100 West 1 18th street, and j SUcQ endorsements that can only of the ridge to the beginning, contain ing loo acres, more or less. Senna Field, eighteen, of No. 32o come ,rom superlative merits. or suihcient thereof to produce the West 43rd street. The first two Taulac may now be obtained at were charged with vagrancy and It. Vernon, at the Drug Store of mm of three hundred dollars ($360 ) with six percent interest thereon from Senna, who the police believe is a j Jhas. C. Davis, also at Central die 2Gth day of December 1913, until minor, with juvenile delinquency. Drug Co., Livingston, and Tohn paid, which is subject to a credit of the She was taken to the Children's Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead, interest which was paid until the 26, Society. s W. M. Owens' store, Burr, Lyne lay ot April 1914, and the cost of and the further credit of . $97.00 One of the men arrested said he Bros., Crab Orchard, S. E. Welch paid December 27, 1915. was Henry Markinson, thirty-nin- e Berea, For the purchase price the purchaser years old, of No. O40 Riverside where the Tanlac Man is daily ex must execute bond, with approved sure Drive, tfie manager. He was plaining its merits and the results ty, bearing legal interest from day of locked upon a charge of violating that may be expected from its sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgement. Bidder will the excise law and keeping a dis use. be prepared to comply promptly with reputable house. It is contended G. S. GRIFFIN, these terms. that the liquor license did not Master Com. Rockcastle Circuit Court. DRUGGISTS-STO- RE cover the basement. The other KEEPERS three prisoners said they were waiters. They are charged with An exclusive Tanlac Agent I violating the liquor tax law. is wanted in every town, vilFor Infants and Children, lage and cross roads in this Inspector Dwyer said that WilThe Kind You Have Always Bought liam O. Jones, posing as a naval county. For particulars and officer, and William O'Connor, advertising, plans address Bears the SIX sVs . posing as a Baltimore millionaire, Cooper Medicine Company, Signature oft . w vs " spent a lot of police money on the Dayton, Ohio. girls. The Committee of Fourteen protested to the police against the place, their detectives having discovered that after midnight a OF TH,E young girl known as nLady PomRockcastle Association padour" was in the habit of doing some table dancing in which her WILL MEET WITH THE name indicated the extent of ;er h In-spectoi Six in that mark the indoor man for castle town lots Ky.,Mt. Vernon, Rockcounty, and described as their ovn. follows: Located in Asher Addition oe-lo- re to-da- y to-da- t, y, to-wi- t: one-ha- lf I this-action- , W.E. McVilliams,&c.., Defendants Rev. Jack Lunceford, of Wildie, Allpersons. having hens 6t claims will hold services at Friendship against the hereinafter described beginning on Friday nigh and property belonging to the defend will continue till Sunday night anv ants, VV. JU McWilhatns aud ttuih way We hope the people wil 1 McWillfams, are notinYd-th- at T cTime'out and'hear r. Lun foid will, on the nth day .f April, 1916, Mrs J. N Brovn visiter her The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which, has hc t at the law office ot Bethuruni & daughter, Mrs. D. R. Gentry, in use .for over SO years, has borne the sijmaturo of Lewis, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., at the Willailla, first of the week. Mrs. and has been niado under his sonal supervision since its infancy. hour of 10 o'clock a.m., sit tor the VV. H. Bradley, of Ottawa, is with K''&64X. Allow 110 one to deceive you in this. purpose of hearing proof touching her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Hasty, " are but; All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-as-goExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of any claim against the hereinafter this week.--0- . L Hatcher was in Infants and Children Experience against Experiment All persons Mt. Vernon Tuesday on business, described property. having such claims or liens ol any S. G. Jones spent a few days I said property last week with relatives at Science description aganiM ar requued ' pitseii the same. Hill Mrs. Mary B. Hurley is Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc McKin- with evidence in then support, to visiting her brother; J contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic O. R. me at said time and place. I will ney, at Spiro the substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverislmess. For more than thirty years it i m popular grocery drummer was adiourn lrotn to dav m has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, time to time until the amount aue . through here .Tuesday calling on Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and each claimant, the nature and char- the merchants Mr. and Mrs. Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. acter ol the respective liens and the Sam Proctor, and little daughhter. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. evideuce upon each claim has Deen Mildred, spent Saturday night and submitted to me. All persons, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. H I ALWAYS GENUINE however, shall present thfr claims Brown. to me at the time aud place above Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bears the Signature of mentioned. Hastv on the 1st, a boy. The litThe property mentioned above tle fellow died Monday morning. Is described as follows : They have the sympathy of all in A tract of land containing a resi- the loss of their first born. Miss-Nettdence and other buMdtngs located Browi, daughter of R. H. in Rockcastle county, Ky , consist- Brown, andVill Poteet were quiing 0T four acres, bounded as fol- etly married' at the home of the brides' father last Wednesday lows: Th Kind You Have Always Bought On the north and west b the The Rev. D.R, Gentry officiated. THE CENTAUR COM RAN V. NEW VOBH CITV. lands of M . F. Craig; on the eat Mr. and Mrs. G. N7 Bray were by'the lands of J. C. Plummer, down from yfubd the latter part and on the south by the lands of ot and Mrs. W. last week-M- r. Y. M. Brown. Witness my hand, this the 22nd H Brown spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mis. O. L.Hatcher. W. dayot March. 1916. f E. Thomas and family were visitm G. S GttiFFlN, ing his brother John at U. K. Ky., Commissioner a part of last week. Mrs Charles Spivey and sister, Willie, have returned to their home at Mt. Vernon after "a months stay with Needs alclean bank, a strong bank, a their grandfather M B' Jones. Mrs. Thomas McLemore died at with a the progressive her home on Skaggs creek Tuesday morning of tuberculosis. hundred cannot afford to do business Mrs. J. L. Hasty is very sick with Peoples any other kind. JN LIVINGSTON, KY. grip, and is? also suffering with rheumatism. Mr. J. T. Vanhook is seeking OUT business and is preConsists of Two 4 Koom Houses a position near Euhanks and lias in good repair; well, large barn, pared to care for it. will move his lamily there next 119 Town Lots in the Rockcastle week. Heights Addition, and 80 acres of Good Farm Land, Cleared and INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ready for cultivation, all for 1500.. COURT The two hduses are renting for $12.00 pur month, which is 10 Flora Mullins, Plaintiff per cent, on your money invested. vs : Notice If interested, vrite Defendants. Jack Baker, &c. J. W. SAMS, All creditors of the estate of 2G00 Frankfort Ave., Easter Mason deceased, are hereLouisville, Ky. by notified to present their claims against same, properly proven, We have the Earliest, Big,' High-Clas- s before me on or before April 11, m Strawberry grown. Also the 1916. Beginning April it, 1916, BLgflo-oBest oheor the Everbearing Kinds; I will sit daily until through to &Bffl bears the best flavored berries receive and' register claims and from spring until snow flies. Free proof. G. S. Griffin, Booklet. Wakefield Plant Farm, Master Com., Charlotte, North Carolina. Rockcastle Circuit Court. - per-Sffej7-- jiz- od What is CASTOR A d-i- 1 CASTOR A ie (2L&&& In Use For Oyer 30 Years The Man With Million bank man A FOR SALE THE SAMBROOK with The y I Peoples Bank fpill a HI v o Mch io-6- t ATTENTION Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiffs vs : Conimlasioner's sale Defendant Franklin Allison, By virtue of a judgment . and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at tha January term thereof, 1916, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door ih Mt. Vern'on, Ky., to the highest and lk;st bidder, at public auction on Monday, the 24, day of April, 1916, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. ui. and 3 p. m., being the Grst day of Circuit Court, upon a credit of six months, the following described property: Located iuRockca9tic county, Ky., and bounded as follows: Beginning on a poplar and white oak near the lick; thence down the hill, crossing a branch, to stake, persimon pointer; thence up the branch to the mouth of a drain, lacking 5 ft.; thence up the drain to the fence, leaving 5 ft.; thence from the fence with the drain to a maple corner on top of a riJge;thence with George Doan's line to a white oak corner; thence to a hickory corner; thence from the hisckory corner to the beginning. or sufficient thereof to produce the enm of four hundred and twenty dollars ($420.00), with legel interest from the 26ih day of September 1910, until paid, and the cost of this action. For the purchase price the surchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest from the day of 6ale untii paid and having the force and effect of adjudgment. Bidder will be prepared to comply with these G. S. GRIFFIN, terms. Master Com. Rockcastle Circuit Court. M. B. -- ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT J Clean, Strong and Safe 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 recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLIUITKD. m I T. D. Mullins, &c., Plaintiffs CASTOR A vs Notice The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the abiiity and character Salin, &c, Milton H. Mullins, &c., Defed'ts All creditors of the estate of V. D. M'Ullins, deceased, are hereby notified to present their cialms against same properly proven, hefore me on or before FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING the April- Term, 1916, of this court, which begins April 2. 19i6. Beginning April 11, igiG, I will sit daily until through to receive and register such claims G. B. Griffin, and proof. - The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. V costume." ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Mt. Vernon Baptist Church, Saturday, April 2? '" ' AT 1:30 P. M. Devotional by C. K. Carmical. 2:00 p. m. Roll Call and Report of Churches. 2:30 p.m. Discussion: "The Best Plan To Finance a Church," A. J. Pike, E. B. Thornton, and" H. L. Ponder. 3:30 p. m. " Does the Bible Tfach a Stipulated Salary For the Pastor?". . Dave Jackson, C. K. Carmical, Rev. Tackson, L. D. Oooch and L. T. Clift. 7:30 p. m Di;cusion : "The jSvils of the Liquor Traffic." ' Led by Dave Jackson, of Louisville, Kv., Secretary of Grand ' Masonic Lodge of Kentucky, and F. M. Jones,- Everybody invited to come and hear these men on this import- " ,ant subject, -- Master Com., Rockcastle Circuit Court. m wm fflooo pn popes gq 62 warn B T. J. Nicelev, Admr. of John Overbay, Plaintiff vs : NOTICE Jalia Overbay, Burb Overbay, Lucas Overbay, &c, Defendants All creditors of the estate of John Overbay, deceased, are hereby notified to present their claim against same, properly proven, before me at the law office of & Lewis, Jtown of Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, on Or before the loth day of April, I9I6. Be-thuiu- m IUMBER BUILDIjNG MA.1M1K1AL M wwr You Need C r :C MIX WORK in-th- e Beginning April 15, 191G, I will sit daily until through to receive and register such claims and 9:30 a. m., Sunday School. ' J. 11:00 a.m. .Sermon, E B Thornton. Sunday Morning, April 30th T. Meadows, , . , - Supt.- ' a Get Our Prices and We Will Get Your Trade to take Cardui. the woman's to Cardui is com- posed of purely vegetable s. which act yet surely, on the weakc anly organs, and -heln: hnilH fhpm hnrlr in k and health. M v WA ytAA it nas 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 There are times in every worn life when she needs a tonic to help her ovpr hard places. When that time comes to you, ..now what tonic proof. 1:30 p.m. Subject, "Teaching in the Sunday School," G. S. GRJFFf n Commissioner J. C. McClary, of Stanfotd, Ky. " Song by Brodhead Sunday Schools. . INSOMNIA 2:30 p. m. Sunday School Talk, by Prof. Warren Keith. Indigestionnearly always dis 3:15 p. m. B. Y. P. U. Meeting. J. T. Meadows, Presb. turbs the sleep more or less, and Subject, "The Missionary Doctor." is often the cause of insomnia. . Eat a light supper with little if 7:30 p. m. Sermon by the Pastor. All church-- s urged to send Messenger and $1.00 "to help any meat, and no milk; also take one of Chamberlain'. Tablets im,! uciiuy expenses. ' mediately after supper, and see if ( R. L. Smith, i Executive Beard: W. M. Hurst. ' you denot rest much better. ObJ. W. Hilton, Chairman. tainable everywhere. -- Sunday Afternoon Subject, "The Way To Heaven." lJohn 19:18. j . - PILLS BEST FOR XIVER Because they contain the best liv- er medicines, no matter how bit- ProatorSr MeKenzie T FhHe52NT.VEKN0N,KY. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic says: "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. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., : :- ter or nauseating for the sweet sugar coating hides the tatste. Dr. King's New Life Pills contain ingredients that put:. the liver bowels freely. working, move No gripe, no nausea, aid digesr tion." Just try 'a bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills and notice how much belter sou feel 25c at druggists. te Has Helped Thousands. Zf I I iKZMH r j If it ts true as one fashion auCome out to meet the Knoxville It takes teu years to organize a thority insists, that "even lower at 11:03 fair Boosters next VWd.ic.-ds--y sized Boosters' o'clock a. m. Both schools v ll Association. But you" can organ neck dress.es $han hitherto will be in vogue when the forthcomirg Ml. Version Ky April 7, 1916 be in the parade. Knock- tee a Standing-Room-Onl- y heated season opens," all we have Last v k in PineviUe Circuit era' Association in ten minutes. tap "No. 79" wnenWA yr to say is that we are tired of win wan to SIGNAL 1 ' ente.wJth Communis A 5 Court a decree of divorce was ter right now. ABOUT IT THINK rendered in the case between The persons who send their Mr. Charles F. Evans, Field Llo5-Maretand Roberta Maret. money to mail houses not Secretary for Christian Endeavor order For Sale: One Jersey cow, 7 only get worsted, but are sure- in the southern states will conduct years of age, giving milk. One ly working in direct opposition to a Christian Endeavor Rally in the 2 year old mare colt. Will sell their home interests What do Christian Church, on Tuesday, mail-orde- r worth the money. houses care about your evening, April nth, at 7:30 LOUISVILLC 4. N ASHVILLC R. R. CO. A. E. Albright, sick, or if you need credit to carry o'clock Evervone who is a Christ- T ME TABLE. Brodbead, Ky, you for months, will they extend ian Endeavor, or who is interested pm 5.o7 22 nortn Roy Robins living iu Merkel, you the courtesy? Never, as you in young people, is urjed to come. 3:50 am 24 nortn Texas, orders the Signal sent have to send them the spot cash On Wednesday afternoon there 23 south n:48am him for a year. Mr. Robins lived, or your orders are thrown into the will bea rally of theJunior Endeav. 12:13 am 21 South near Brodhead most all bis life. waste basket. There are people, orers. Jas. Landrum, Agent. We hope the Signal will be like a and we are sorry to repeat it, who This will be a great occasion in will send their money away to the history of Mt. Vernon, and Phone No. 8. letter from homefoiks to him. these firmsflfor goods ..and then everyone will do well to lend his Women $30 tor distributing 100 Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice have the unmitigated gall to ask interest and support. mail matter. an 6tconl-cIasfree skeins wear Pioof darning home merchants for credit. Shame After the rally on Tuesday evencotton with hosiery, your section. on such ungrateful citizens. ing there will be a meeting of all PERSONAL Experience unnecessary. Intermix Danville Messenger.. . the officers and chairraeri of comMiils, Dept. 6 00, Nor national mittees of all the Christian En Born to Mr. and Mrs. James ristown, Pa. . 4-KENTUCKIAN IS Of McH SJffr1 Hunt a fine boy. IN LIMELIGHT. deavor Societies. SERVICES AT THE CHRIST J. W. VanWinkle was in Berea I 1 MwTKr'i 'v4ffJ. IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. Langdon Consul Frost At Queestown during the week. IrWifli Wit m Sunday School 9:45. Showed His Ability In ReRussell Proctor was home from Quite a number of the teachers Preaching service at 11 a. m. port on the Sussex. Jackson this week. and students of Langdon1 School 7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor Geo. Proctor is able to be out afWashington, March 31, A ken enjoyed Sylvester Long's wonder(Please note the change of hour.) ter a spell of rheumatism. um Preaching service at 8:00 p.m. tuckian, Wesley Frost, United ful lecture Friday evening. Fred Baker has purchased a Consul at Queenstown, is States The Christian Endeavor Society Walton Bros will put on a town in the limelight y now Ford from Bryant Bros. as the re- n the Presbyterian Church enter-tameBegin today to prepare for anddamily of Terre lot sale at Livingston next Tues- sult of his prompt action in reVess Moore on Saturday evening with a I Houte Ind. are with relatives here. day. Read their big ad on the porting to his government the very enjoyable "April Foolish" show you let to wear you last page. The Walton's have R. L. Collier, the pioneer tele- put on two sales in Mt. Vernon sinking of the liner Sussex, and party. Mr. Charles F. Evans, Field in phone poleman, was here yester and when they take hold of a it is understood Mr. Frost's prompt notification of the sinking Secretary for Christian Endeavor day, proposition you can figure that it tnd his subsequent business-lik- e in the southern states will be a M. L.Jones, the hustling jouug will be carried to a success lul inquiries and results of which Langdon School on Tuesday aftermerchant, of Wildie, was in town finish and ever thing they do is were forwarded to Washington noon. April nth, for the purpose Friday. done on a high plane aided the State Department mate- of conducting a rally of all the J Miss Christine McFerron has rially in handling this matter, the christian Endeavorers in Mt. NOTICE been with friends in London for o Having sold my stock of drugs to Kentucky Consul's reports having Vernon. few days. A few of the students have not The Brodhe: d Pharmacy I desire been found exceptionally clear Owen Hill and Charley Lowman, to thank my friends and patrons and reliable. Oonsul ' Frost is a ieen able to attend school for a few of the Scaffold Uaue section, were for their patronage in the past, on of President W. G. Frost of lays on account of illnesr. It is here yesterday. Berea College. Lexington Lead- gratifying to know that they are and ask that you give to my Prof. Theo. Ping is preparing for er. . opened thesweillesl: line of have the same loyal suppri low able to resume their duties. sectioi. i that you have given me. Thost to move from Gauley . he following is a copy of a WHEN A and Children Men, ever came to LAD MEETS A MAID his place near town. who owe me will please call at once letter written by one of our youn? Prices right. Vernon Miss Myrtle Bryant is home and settle as this matter must be scouts who probably is also a Old heads who forget that they e has closed within the next few days. from Richmond where si member of "Tom Sawyer and jpere once young find much amuse Very respectfully, been attending school. Huck Finn's rangers." ment in watching a young lad Do Little Cash Come In and See John Robins, O. Bullen and Anglin Bros, Mt. Vernon. Ky., J. when he meets a maid on the Brodhead, Ky. were over from Clear Creek sec March 14, i9i0. street. We stood on a street cor tion yesterday on business. 3ernard M. Franklin, Thd "Birth of the Nation," the ner the other day watching an Mrs. C. L. McDowell, of East great moving picture show, which Dear Bernard- :uminent citizen of mature years Frank has an office at his is he in turn gazed upon a bash-u- l Bernstadt, was with her parents, Utracted so much attention at Mr and Mrs. S. S Dailey, this Louisville only a few weeks ago, house. and blushing youth. No, we I am coming up to Frank's and won't tell you of the amusing dig will be shown at Grand Opera vreek. up to your house nity and decorum of the lad and Jess McFerron has returned House, P;tris. Ky., on April 21, e ill como loo. :he maid, for we have been guilty from a three years stay in Florida and 22. Those who have not We want all the Indians ano of the same antics away back in home seen this show should avail them and says the Old Kentucky to come. We are plan lays that will never come again. selves of this opportunity to see sow-bolooks better than ever. liug an exypeditionagainst tht 8ut it was amusing to pur emi-len- t J Dr. and Mrs. Carter and littlt this great attraction. vfexicans. I understand the ene LECHLE1TER & M ITCHELL, citizen and we thmk he was son, 'Chas. Hicks, were among IHlBMBHBMMHiHMMMHHiMMHiHMHBMMnaHHIHiHHMHBiMHMBBMBVmy is camped in the Dark Hollow is amusing to us. In fact, we are Prop rs. and Managers, those from Brodhead attending . Paris, Ky. getting nearer town. They wen not thru smiling yet at jhat emAdv. court during the week. reported to have been housed ii you But J. A Wood and J. R. Hayes County Court Clerk, S. F. Bow the Marler cave night before last. inent one. streetthe nextjimeand and a lad ire on the man informs us that be has tbi two prominent farmers 8y leportsof our scouts we are maid meet face to face, and you raisers of the Conway section sheep money for Rockcastle, but iure of a big victory if we start mspect that there is a tender were here on business Wednesday tht allowance is not full, being aefore daylight. Frank is Daniel 'eeling between them, just reTexas Wonder cure kidney and Logan BrjTant will go to Louis- only 70 cents to the dollar. As Boone. Joe is Simon Kenton. troubles, dissolves gravel, curea member the goiden days; of your THE the sheep claims have been heavy diabetea. weak and lame backs, rheuma-ville in a few day and bring back rJillie is Colonel Whitley. Frank wn youth, and see riot those tlsm and ell Irregularities of the ktdfieys and If not sold In both men and the Ford which will be given this year and the number of dogs .vill come up to your house. M things that you are not supposed Madder Uruszist. will bewomen. mall on sent by fty your all bottle is twq months' of SI. One Fair, listed fewer than ever before the mtne is Catain John Smith. Wriu co see. away at the Mt. Vernon Oftimes an innocent treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. result is that the sheep claims can Send for testimonials from thU and other August ri. iOOU. smile is a shaft that cuts deep. . States. Dr. V. W. Hall. 2926 Ollvo Street. not be paid iu full, and those who Ht. JjOUI- Mo. Sold by druggist's. Adv. Harvey James, of Berea, is here lost sheeo must stand the loss. Mr. Sylvester Long deliverer laying brick on the new residence MAKES NEW rJECORD. Tames and Ramsey are progress-- 1 If tne people do not list their dogs lis famous lecture, "Lightning ufW. G. McBee. John Ramsey those Who have shpep killed, caning nicely with the brick wrk on tnd Toothpicks", to a large anr Lieut. R. Caswell -- Saufley, of is the brick contractor and is not expect to get pay lor them, ippreciative audience at the Grad-j- .he United States Aviation Corps, W. G. McHee's hrrae. assisting in the brick laying. Johnette, Ky. lad at this time we believe it ap INSchool building last Friday eve las added to his laurels as an r CONSTIPATION VHY -Dr. P. H. Conover eturned propriate-tsuggest to the asses- ling. This was the last nnmbel by an ascent he made at JURES the from Columbia Sunday night sor that not half of the dogs are if the Lyceum course for this year Fla., Wednesday, when he The bowels are the natural sewThe Doctor is "papa" now and being listed and that it is up to The 1915-- 16 course, furnished bj established what the 'Naval Sta erage system of the qody. When 82 long, 45c. the youngster's name is Wilbui him and his deputies to see tLat die Coit Lyceum Co., )f Cleve- ion authorities declare to be the hey hecome obstructed by Smith. Mrs. Conover and bab. the dogs are listed hereafter. 82 a part of the poisonous long, 25c. land, consisted or five numbers, lew world's altitude record for a Red or Black both doing nicely. one first, Mr. Beilharz, the readei lydraeoplane by ascending i6,o27 natter which they should carry Chas. U. Davis was in Winches Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Furnish iff is absorbed into the system ter Wednesday ,where he closed a ind impersonator, second, tht feet. Lieutenant Saufley is a son naking you feel dull and stupid, who have been boarding in nale quartett, third Mr. Briggs. of the late Judge M. C. Sauflev, of nd interfering with the digestion while there, have shipt leal for the and took possession .he story teller, fourth, the Brew Stanford, and a brother of Shelton md assimilation of food. This their household goods from here relieved by er Musical Co., and last Mr. Long, Saufley, Editor and owner of the condition Is quiclil and will goto housekeeping in the esterday, Mr. Davis returned Chamberlain's Tablets. .Obtaina at Stanford. to Mt. Vernon yesterday morn :he lecturer. With each number Interior Journal Knox county capitol. the audiences were always satis-.ie- Lieutenant Saufley was one of ble everywhere. ing and closed a deal with Robert Mrs. Fannie Adams of Mt. Ver Willailla is the name of a new with the high class entertain- the first meu assigned to the aeroHarry Miller for his drug 'store non, Kentucky who is visiting corps of the United post office just established in the who also took immediaM ment furnished, and as evidence nautical Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doughty, was here, His residence or. hat the people were satisfied, it States Navy and has made many west end of the county, with W. I. possession. the guest of honor Thursday everemarkable flights, most of them Brown as postmaster. Richmond street he sold to Col. was no effort to arrange a 1016-1- 7 ning when the? entertained at Young of Wiuchtster, in exchange course, which will again be fur- trial or test ascensions. He mar We are very muchly disappointtheir home 1217 East Kim street nished by the- - Ooit Lyceum Co. ned Miss Helen O'Rear, daughter ed that the contract for the roal on the stock of drugs. Mr. Da jthe lungs. In addition, Vick's ia absorbed New Albauy News in Couritr Salve Relieve, by through the skin, relieving the tightness for Winches- The same talent was a ked for of Judge E. C. O'Rear, of Frank on to Brodhead was not advertised Vkk vis will leave y Journal. Inhalation and Abtorption and soreness. ter to taxe persouat charge ..f tut israi next er but as our Con-ni- t fort. Mrs. Saufley, soon after her in connection with the road t Yiek's can be applied over the throat and No Doting. Mr. and Mrs. W. B ish ai.t new place, yet Mrs Davis am ee was late in arran ing, ih marriage circled the Statute of Livingston. The trouble is over chest and covered with a warm flannel Mrs. E S. Ah.rigbt were callH two daughter will remain in julv ire..ou f the numbers wl 1 Libert in New "York Harbor. which way shall it go. Some conXo need to take internal medicines or cloth or a little put up the nostril or habit forming dniR3 for these troubles. melt a little in a spoon and inhale the va ;u . ipenred , to London Morda nLln . se ol w will it She went aloft from the Brooklyn tend for the Maretbnrg route and When l Veruo u l the" Salve isapplied pors arising. Also for Asthma and Hay tUnes-so- i court of lie M v. irn next . a-- , wi .e Mr. Long, Navy Yard, where her husband tome the old route. L t t go one to the heat of the body, soothing, medi- Fever, rub Vick's well over the spinal col vW n't kin school ' are inhaled G. G. Brock. Mr ho will alwavs oh "vas stationed, soared over and way or the other the people wan? cated vapors are released that passages umn to relax the nervous tension. 25c, id of o any lit- - whose ploe in ti all night Ions through the. air to 50c, or S1.00. ) we.c l rook lave- - nnt- - bo. an .iiii tow oi imi in At. Vernon. dived under the three East River the road. The .order on the reciil oe iarder hai tin Tuesday mothtr and bhbt i nVe This - vj Vnrnon's ti.st course, bridges, cut across Manhattan and ords of the Fisdal Court '.alls for Davis, and we certuii.i Cban doing fine. been regret to lose him and his most but the high class talent and reas- after circling the statute flew the Maretburg route, but a survey David Craig left yesterday morn estimable family. In all mat onable figures at which the samp around the lower bay. Frankfort juit completed shows the old road P. Y Hunt, Roscoe GriEBin, M. Jesse Manis, living near town State Jurnal. . ing for Lancaster to accept a posi ters of a public enterprise he was was furnished by the Coit Lyceum to be the nearest and cheapest to lost every thin? he had by fife J. Bethurum and Joe Fletcher bad lion with Mr. J. W. Smhb, one ol one of the promoters and in the Co., has put Mt. Vernon on tht Then the trouble Wednesday night." Floyd Millet with construct. their trial Wednesday on the Lancaster's best merchants. Mt. church and Sunday School was list of towus, which will not again, The home of comes, which shall it be? We charge of taking meat from P. E. all its contents was destroyed by Vernon has never sent out a more the leader, having been Superin- be without a lecture or Lyceum fir at an early hour Tuesday certainly hope that there will not Shivels meat Inuse and were CLEAN UP energetic or reliable young msn very much more time lost in Sunday School al course for the year. acquitted on the testimony of the than David, and we have no fears, tendent of the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Miller be clean-u- p Next Monday will be A. H. Hamhn, of Mt. Vernon, had a close call, barely making getting the wortt, wnicn suouia day in Mt. Vern n. The Knox- commonwealth's witnesses. but that he will make good in his most continually for the past fiive The new place. years. While we sincerely re- has been appointed Feder l Patrol their escape. The origin of the have already been under headway, defendants did not even take the ville Boosters will be here next gret the loss for Mt. Vernon, wt man for the Rockcastle County fire is somewhat of a mystery as started. Wednedy and the oid town must witnnss stand. LOCAL trust that the "hange will prove District and will give the work his tere had not been any fire in the for our put o- -- her- - very,best-lron- t your Booster tickets ready both a happy and profitable one special attention. since breakfast the morning house Get visitors. FOR FLETCHER'S . to him and bis. ftft FLETCHER'S for April 22. If its to wear get it at pisi - before; MT. VERNON SIGNAL1 -- Cr J- -4 d EA 8 7. News tory of our busines have we been better prepared yiE5WI to DRESS UP the men anjEi young men of this country than we - l' Or are this season. EASTER us what thisJJpring want is not far away 23d. Never in aKMMKx: STER April his- the to-da- d n Ms ShnoHafctll near UUllUI 11UIUJ U1IUUU AND ALL KINDS OF FURNISHINGS Mt that What A -cessors We just Women Low Cuts Will v ys WE GIVE BOOSTER TICKETS I -- and-stoc- WANTED k -- 1 CROSS TIES DELIVERED ; -- lt -. BlacM White Oak AT END OF RAILROAD I JOHNETTA d avi-ito- o Pen-acol- a, 1 con-,tipatio- n FOLLOWING PRICES: WILL PAY ft. No. J, White Oak, 7x9, Oak, 7x8, ft. No. J, Bar-bourvil- le Brown-Proctoru-Pharma- cy d LIVINGSTON, KY. For HARMOUNT TIE & LUMBER CO. C. H. RICE, Agent New Treatment for Bronchitis, "Vap-O-Rub" Asthma, Catarrh and Head Colds to-da- -- I 1 VickV-Vap-O-Rub- " 1 as-ur- ed WCK'S"W?m"SALVE , -- -- . . Obildren Or v Children Cry t CASTORI4 CASTORIA r r liF'F&& mi iLia." HP 1 i 1 Town Lots on the Prem;ses Tuesday, April 11th, 2 p. m LIVINGSTON, KY., ACTOnO ' TERMS EASY We have acquired the valuable hill farm on the Dixie and Boone Highway, containing aho'it 80 acres from Mr J. W. Sams overlooking the beautiful little village of Livingston and have a crew of men beautifying and plotting this land into Truck Gardens and Town Lots, and on Tuesday, April 11th we will sell you these truck gardens and lots at public auction to the highest bidder. Remember U)u make the price we deliver the deed. Now you know Livingston is one 6? the best little' towns of its size on the whole L. & N. system; with a big pay role ever)7 month. So don't be a airaid to ill vest your money, she is coming to the ironu Auend this sale and buy a ;few ot these Truck Gardens or Lots and watch your money grow. SALE RAIN OR SHINE -- Big Band Concert on fhe Ground .Big Day For Livingston Come Ouf 1 H $550.00 Including Electric Starter and Lights THE WHIBL-WIN- D AUCTIONEER r ijbu Special Wain to the Ladies erile(l property, A tract of land located in Alt Vernon, Rockcastle county, Ky , and de scribed as follows: On the north by .the lands of David Hysinsjer: on the east be the lands of J. AI. .Tones' heirg and Asher Addition to Mt. Vernon: On the south by the Somerset and Alt Vernon Voad and b- lots owned by Earnest Thompson, J. V Aiiglm, .j.J. rng, tlevie Johnson, to-vi- t: The Men Who Sell Lots and Lots of Lots and Never Fail to Sell All Their Lots "Walton. Bros VTX4 gyyrTTTy jstta M $500.00 Metric Starter and Lights I try LVIVLL Igyr.o vxrerxz t4tv3 U H e "THE PRODUCT of EXPERIENCE" lor: and on th west by the lands of Bob Mi.e, W. T. Davis, T. N.Noe and David Hysingcr, containing 45 acres more or less. l?minett Sowder, J C and Roliert Tay- 1 Prom the foregoing boundary there will be set a&ide to the widow, Lucy E. Mullins, a homestead or dower, as she prefers: The homestead not to exceed 1000. The Masterpiece of Eighty Millkn Dollar Gompany The Lowest Price REAL Automobile Yet Produce MOTOR ; Shock Absorbing Duplex Front Springs: ITub Construction with Triple Bearings, preventing " wabblo " of wheel? and wear onTiies: Unit Power Plant; .Streamlini' T'odv ; Silk Mohair Top : Crown Fenders ; Cellular Radialcr: Concealed Hinges: THREE SPEED Transmission: rtf-HE- AD 1 1 VALVE THREE QUARTER : Springs Axel; CANTILEVER Ventilating Rain Vision Windshield World Famous FLOATING : The said Commissioner will sell of Millicieucy of the residue of said laud to produce tae following' sums of money: Jonas McKenzie S5.S8: Peoples Hank, Alt. Vernon, Ky , 8So.36: C. C. Williams $15.00; ths lirst two claims learing interest from the 19th day of April, 1915: tlie lat bearing interest , 19 , and from the day of ihe cost of this action. Tf the land does not Muring enough Zenith Carburetor. E HORSE POWER The Motor will develop TIIIRTY-F- I block test and due to the VALVE-1N-HEAConstruction and (one and t extremely larg valves inches in diameter), the Chevrolet Motor Company guarantees this car to run from TWENTY TO TWEXTY.FfVE MILES per gallon of gasoline. Rides like a cradle: climbs hills "on high" like level ground. one-hal- Larger Model, the Famous Chevrolet "Baby Grand" for $750x00, $235.00 less than last year. WAIT FOR A DEMONSTRATION I will bo in Mt. Vernon with this line of cars at an early date which will after setting aside the widow's home-iteathe Alnstcr Commissioner will tell said homestead, subject to the widow's life estate in same, for the purpose of settling said claims and the cost of this action. The Judgment of C, C. Williams is against Eber K. Alul'ins and the interest, of said Eber H. Alullins will be fiold to justify his claim. For the purchase price the purchsser must execute bond, with approved sure ty, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to. comply promptly with ' G S. GRIFFIN, these terms. AlasterCom. Rockcastle Cirouit Court. d, Others may come And others may go But the Ford Goes On Forever. Jake Bethumm, CiT MT. VERNON, KY. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS OFFICE OF THE FISCAL COURT OF ROCKUAM'I,E COUNTY: Sealed proposals addressed to he Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County for the construction of th.it of the road leading" .to the Ckmnty line 'from Mt. Vernon. Ky., between Mt. Vernon 'and Juirel Livingston, Ky., known as State Aid Road No. 7, will be received up to noon April 17th, 191(5, and will be publicly opened and read at 1 o'cock, p m. on siid date. The plans and specifications for said road may be seen at the office of the Cleric of the Rockcastle County Court in Mt. Vernon, having been approved, by the .Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County and the Commissioner ot Public" Roads,, and' bids must be for the in accordace with said plans and The road is approximately nine miles. .specifications. 1 p-.- be announced later ROUKOASTLE CIROUIT COURT T. N. Noe, Adm'r of R. M. Johnson, Plaintiff Defendants vs : .Alice Hellard, &c, rt -- work-don- e Bids will be received on the work as a whole, or for each mile separately. Bids will also be received on gradiug and macadamizing ol said road separately, in the same divisions just set out. The said Fiscal Court reserves therightto reject any and all bids. Before contracts are binding on the first parties they must re ceive the approval of the Commissioner of Public Roads. Each l)id must be accompanied by cash or certified check, payable at sight to the order of the County Treasurer for 5 per cent, of the amount oi the proposal, which check shall be held uutil the execution of the Before the contract is awarded, the successful bidder will be required to furnish a bond equal to the amount of the proposal for the 'faithful performance of the work in accordance with the aforesaid plans and specifications. All work to be done under jhe direction and supervision of the State Road department. By Order of the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County. Bidders may bid a lump sum for the whole work, but must give Unit prices to govern any changes. contract. vs : CLFANI.NO Defendants The' pain and soreness" caused Alice Hellard, &c, NOTICE. n by bruises, and All creditors of the estates of straining during house-cleanin- g time are soothed. away by Sloan's R. M. folmson and Elizabeth Liniment. iNo need to suffes this Johnson, deceased, are hereby a Sony.' Just apply loan's .Lini-men- t trotified to preset their claim? to the sore spots," rub only a little. In a short time the pains against. same, rroperly proven, leave, "you rest comfortably and before me at the law office of Be- njoy - a refreshing 'Sleep.-- , One. hthurum & Lewis? in the'town of .w ' gracotur- - user writes: "ai.oan rs. Mt. Vernon-- , Kentucky, 6n or beLiniment is worth' its. weight in fore .the 15th day of rtpj'il 19i6. softly ivtv--p u uuLuicjiiii imuua, .Beginning April i5, 19iuT, 1 will uso-i- t against all aoreness?, neural gia and bruises. Kills pain. .25c- sHJimly until through, to receive at vqur Druggist. itnd register such claims and proof. G. J. Griffin Master Com. Commissioner's Sale GOOD FOR COLDS. ' Honey, pine Tar and Glycerine ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT are recognized, remedies." In Dr". COURT ..Bell's Pine Tan Honey ihese are . combined with other cough medi Peoples' Bank and cine in a pleasant, syrup Dr. C. C. Williams, Plaintiffs Bell's Pine Tar Honey, quickly "stops your cough, chhecks your vs Commissioncr'3'Sale " cold, soothes irritation of the Lucy E. Mullins, Admrx. of TjKMullins, deo'd., .,pd "throat. Excellent for young, adMjerH. Mullins, et al.,'" Defendants ult and aged. Ats one of the best By virtue of a judgment and order of cough syrups made. FormulaGon sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, every bottle.. You know' just what rendered at the April term thereof, 1915, you ase:.takingr and your doctor in the above cause, I shall proceed to knows its good . for coughs and offer for sale, at the court rfouse door colds. Insist 'on Dr. Rell's Pine-Ta- r Honey. Onlv 2 at drugIn Mt. Vernon, to the highest and beat bidder at public auction, on Monday gists. over-exertio-- Tfl K ACHES OF HUUSE- - . " and N. Noe, Adm'r. of Elizabeth Johnson, t Plaintiff it BRYANT; BROS., Agents, Mt Vernon', Ky, T . -- - Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOPOVERS. Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER,iCeneral Passenger Agent, FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLYTO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE - SPRING Spring is looked upon by manv as the most delightful season of the year, but this cannot be said' of the rheumatic. The dold, damp weather brings on rheumatic pains which are anything but pleasant. They can be relieved however, by, applying Chamber- c&ySteipn&x$x P. H. Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, KY BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law A Will practice in all the Courts Offices in Bethnrum Bide. S. F. BOWMAN. Qlerk .'., Rockcastle Fiscal Court. r day of April, 191G, between the hours of 11a. m. and 3 p. in., being the first day of Ciicuit Court, upon a credit of six months, the following de 24, CASt.O.RtA r Children Cry" FLETCHER'S FOR Pron tRooms over Baker' Phone 49-- S. ore lain's Lineament. everywhere. Obtainable 3CC XXSBDCP CASTOR! A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR