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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 14. 1916 NUMBER 26 rArA xT$$&i0& ZZ-p-, :':i Sreellasid. Mr. and Mrs. John Cress, of Preachersville section, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M Hiatt. County Atty. E. R. Gen ry, of Mt. Vernon, visited the Graded School last Friday and made a talk to the school during the chapel exercises. Piof J O Scroggins was present also and nWe a short talk Dr. A. M. Steinberg is in East Bernstadt this week. Mrs. O. R. Cass and Mrs J. M. Roberts were in Mt. Vernon Monday between trains Mrs. P. L.Durham returned to her home in Mt. Vernon Monday after spending two weeks here on account of the illness of her brother, E. C. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Moore, ol Mt. Vernon, were visiting the farailv of his brother, J. W. Moore, the first of the week. Kegular services were held at the Methodist church Sunday by the pastor. Mrs. Walter Smith, of Crab Orchard, was visiting her KNOXVILLE BOOSTERS In Mt Vernon The Knoxille boosters arrived Tuesday on schedule time and Mt. Vernonwas out in full force and effect to give them a hearty welcome. They were a jolly and fine Green Se Tk ri . Iour I ions your property "Green Seal" it. Hanna's Green Seal Paint will give you the longest possible wear, and it will stick to your property through the coldest and wettest weather. It is a superior paint from any stand point you look at just . i LsIVIFlGfSl!. looking bunch and their short visit si'to Mt. Vernon made for them . many new friends in Rockcastle's capitol and we trust made lor us friends among Knoxyillians. On every side of Main street and in the show windows of every business house, swung welcome banners and the good old true Kentucky style, in which the Boosters it. It goes farther, were received, was conceeded by lasts longer and avery one of the one hundred looks belter. Prove boosters to be one of the most corthe quality of Hanna's dial welcomes accorded them on Both the Lang-io- n cheir entire trip. Green Seal Paint for Memorial and Graded schools yourself. dismissed for the occasion, and joined in a body, in the march. First the primary and first grade rooms of the Graded school sang Woman for the Purse-Prude- nt parents here during the weeK.-- I. x welcome song, followed by R. Storms is spending the week Atty. J. W. Brown, who in a few It's not an easy matter to assemble season after season, an" in Laurel county looking after mt well chosen words welcomed individual line of smart coats and suits, but being fortunate some business matters there J . the Boosters to our city, pointing enough to carry the Bischof line, we again cordially invite Tho.s Lherrv was here from Cral jut to them the gate, the ingenyou to view our lovely offerings and have no hesitation in Orchard Tuesday afternoon oi ious production of James Pinker-on- , saying that every style is one that will make instant appeal ) business. Mr. and Mrs. W. A I Aim y?y ot the Signal force, which to the woman who values Robins have gone to housekeep stood ajar and told them that eving, haviug moved to the E L. ery thing within was theirs and to Even- - coat and suit for.Spring is refreshing in its originality is so varied, it permits of a wide selection. Brown property on Maple Ave. and the line ase it as they liked. Judge H. B. i Tht grizzly bear story told by the Undsay, Captain ot the Booster The same style genius which has ever characterized Bischof Livingston letter writer last speakers, said a few words and Coats and Suits stands out effectively in the Spring models. week, and applied to us, in our then presented Mr. C C. Gilbert, Every model is attractive. The fashionable Style Marts of judgement the jokewillbe revers jf the Advisory Committee, who the Country and the best Looms of the Land have been ed by the votes of the great com esponded to the welcome address iRED searched to produce smart styles for limited incomes. mon people next November, ana The stay was so short that many it might appear that his smiles .lungs were lelt off, but as L. & JV. The fabrics are entirely novel and embody that rare ex now are more enjoyed thau they Judge Lindsay arose he saw the clusiveness desired by smart women. 2 will be after the fight is over. ZE : The styles are extremely '"chic" and cleve- rlarge banner suspended across Chint Lear was in Mt. Vernon vlain street from Fish & Son's 12 The colors simply radiate Spring: long, 3 2, per 1000 pieces Tuesday between trains. A. M. corner to U G. Baker's corner, and , Hiatt and John Robins were in .vith the inscription, "Welcome to ia, 1033 pieces The Prices arc within reason. section the first of the aur City, Knoxville," he said that the Hiatt 16 in, long, 1000 pieces week. avery Knoxville Booster must oass under that banner before be clear of all . defects 4 TOO i T T leaving Headed by the Univerwill make inspections sl sity ol Tennessee Band, twenty-av- e iu number, the march smarted, when notified. Id VVT E have a post office here only md it was here the moving pict'6 days old. It was secured ure man did his best although he r by the efforts of W.J. Brown, who nad been busy from the time he Vernon, were with Mrs. Baker's is the post master. Mr. Brown anded in Mt. Vernon. These Langdon parents Monday and Tuesday. came to Level Green 28 ears ag' jictures will be shown at the F. stranger, and we took Boone Way opera house within Sheriff Cam Mullins, of Mt. Ver Langdon School was favored as a rank nou, was in our town Tuesday on and he has always since the next few weeks. With the this week in having as a guest him in, v business. J. E. Woodall. Lon- Mr. Evans, of Lebanon, Ky., who that time proven himself worthy Kentucky School song by the srirls On last Friday uight G. S. Grif don's wideawake salesman, was is Field Secretary of Christian En- of our confidence arid respect. )l Langdon School, the time had fin & Son's store was robbed shaking hands with deavor in all the Southern States. After graduating in the common Entrance was gained at the back here Tuesday irrived to depart and the BoostThe Knoxville He conducted a C. E. Kally at schools o( Rockcastle county, he ers were soon aboard their special our merchants. door by boreing through the door just above the night latch and Booster Special passed a-through the Christian Church, Tuesday was married to Miss Julia Cum- speeding on to Barbourville, EX 2DvlZ Tuesday and made - fifteen then slipping the bolt back. Sev- here stop, shaking hands with night, and also a Junior C. E. mins and to this union have Jbeen vhero the next stop was to be Wednesday aiternoon born two promising children, nade. Knoxville represents evRally, eral pairs of shoes were taken, a minute our citizens and receiving a hearty Both were inspiring meetings. Vernon and Coreua. Mr. Brown ery industry andin some lines she All signs indicate and justify us number of flash lights, some Mr. aud The Art Committee of the Wo- is a genial gentleman and is well i.s right up in fubt rank with the candy and other articles. Satur welcome to our town. 1916 will be the to predict Mrs W. H. Cottongim were called man's Club will hold a meeting at known in this and surrounding day, Mulligan's bloodhounds were nuch larger ci'ies and one beau.-- y on account of the ill Langdon School, the subject being counties, having operated roller brought here Irom Lexington, to Pine Hill about that city, there is no go greatest year of prosperity in the ness of Mr. Cottongim's sister. 'German Art." mills at Science Hill, Crab Orchis get better of track and they did a great deal Next Tuesday a Presbyieriai ard, Brodhead and other poins. Dack but their motto history of old Rockcastle county One thing we noticed during ing but the goods could not be lo ill the time. This is the first of Missionary Meeting is to be held was that Baptist, plentiful, labor scarce in Danville. The following dele Last September he bought the .vhat is to be an annual event cated Later Johu Poynter was the lectures, and Presbyterians all ates are to be sent from the C. E. farm, store and undertaking es Jhristians r .vith Knoxville's progressive busi arrested and had his examining Booster met at the same house of worship, Societies: Cecelia Walton, Ethel tablishment of Mr. P. Q. Griffin trial Tuesday, and was held over nes men, and whenever they and all took an active part. This Hiues, Nannie Taylor, Ruth Land and now carries a 5,000 stock of Get on'board while the Going's to the Grand Jury. It is the be urn their course towrd Mt. something all should be proud rum, and Louise Landrum. Miss jeneial rnerehandise and under- Vernjn again, they may expect lief of several of the citizens that is Miss Stewart will Good and get your share of the. . says, "I am the Newberry aud takers supplies. We have daily uhe siuie cordial and hearty e ilso go. there is a gang operating around of for Christ ye are the branches," mail here which no'doubt accom profits them on ibis, their here, but to catch them is where vine and ursine is and besides we are all striving for jnQdates more people' than any First Trade Trip. the trouble rests. This is the Call and see us. see other country post office in the second or. third time this store the same heaven. We can't we can't do this all the county. 'The new. office and his There is more Catarrh in this lias been robbed in the last year why You rs It c s n e e t f u I 1 v, ime, members of one church visit big store are the talk-o- f the com- section cf the country than all Something should be done to stop Will be played "at Boone Way churches. The differthe it. Mrs. W. M. Pallas and son, enceother the churches are not Opera House, Mt. Vernon, April munity. -- May his success contin other diseases put together, and in " for years it was supposed to be Raymond, are visitiug relatives 20th.Matinee begins at 1:30 ue. Doctors prescribed ' Mr. J. L.'Thompson, QUr hust- incurable. enough to keep us apait and if in Louisville. Mr. aud Mrs. J. T. any prejudice lets lay-i- t afternoon, night show at 8 o'ciock. ling stock trader, is buying hogs local remedies, and by constantly Omary and children have re- we have nine, thousand feet of failing to cure by local treatment, No. 39 . Po-tego to hear all and prove There is locality from a few days' visit with aside and turned pronounced it incurable. Catarrh film. There will be only one show m this is good. The Walton and Miss Nettie Brown were is a local disease, greatly influencrelatives in Louisville. T.J.Pen that which and onea tonight.--S- o Brothers, of Glasgow, Ky., sold 'in afternoon married last Wehnesday'at the ed by constitutional conditions ningtonwas in Mt Vernon, Suncomplete" show town lots here Tuesday to get to see the home? Miss Ethel Davis, and therefore requires constitu day. Mrs. J. H. Browning, of several be sure to be on time. Admiss bride's tional treatment. Hall s Catarrh Livingston heights. We of Mt. Vernon, was the week-end- s May wood, has returnod home on the ion, adults 50 cents, "children Cure manufactured by F. J. Chen Misses Dessle and Grace after a few days' visit with rela- learn that they went liketo hot twenty-fiv- e cents. ITtte? Battle guest of ey & Co., Toledo, Ohio., 'is a conwould be glad see Sunday School at tives here. G. S. Griffin, after a cakes We Cry of Peace is more than a motion Thompson. remedy, is taken intera few items from the pen of .our progressing nice stitutional two weeks tussel with measles, is picture. It is a great national Poplar Grove is nally and acts through the blood TO GET HIGH-CLAS- S able to leave his room. J. W. old friend James Maret. What propaganda dealing with the most ly with Bro. Arson Lawrence as on the mucous surfaces of tho sysStephenson and crew. J. L. Pike, has become of him? We don't be important problem that has con- superintendent. Miss D e s s i e tem. One Hundred Dollars re;:' Wampus Devault and G.R Chap-p- lieve that he has gone to Mexico fronted this nation since the civil Thompson is clerking;' in W. J. ward is offered for any case that chasing Villa, perhaps he is war, big store. Mr. Joe Cum- Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure. spent the night at Salt Petter the problem of America s Brown's e some where making Boone Way unpreparedness. mins traded a young mare to Mr. Send for circulars and testimoniThey all repoit'a verv Cave. See this 9 John MoWilliams for two mules. J. H. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. A man by the speeches. But lei that be as it pleasant night. and Deputy Sheriff Wade Livesay Sold by Druggists, 75 cents name of Ward, of Knoxville, gave may, we want to hear from him, 9 CONSTIPATION IN- was through this locality recently if only a line Wade Graces, of WHY Hall's Family Pills for 9 five lectures here and we will say IN FACT, EVERYTHING KEPT IN A -9 .Vernon, the telephone man, JURES The stork visitcollecting taxes. if there were a few such men Mt DRUG STORE. e was in our town Monday. The bowels-arthe natural sew- ed the home of "Buddy" Norton scattered over the world satan Why is the poor woman crying? 99 erage system of the qody. When a few days since and left him a would have to go out ofJiusiness Because, although a bride of but INSOMNIA they become.obstructed by con- nine pound boy. Mrs. Dora Cam-min::: ::::- Give and purgatory would be to rent Indigestion nearly always dis stipation a part of two short weeks, a cloud obscures the poisonous who was operated upon a a in less than a year. Miss Ella Mae turhs the sleep more or less, and matter which they should carry the -9 9 few weeks ago for cancer, is im 9a Blanford has returned from Louis- is often the cause of insomnia. off is absorbed into the svstem How did the cloud 9a 9 9 ville, where she has been visiting Eat a light supper with little if making you feel dull and stupid, proving. Dr. W. E. McWilliams if he 9 She ask ed her hus-ban- d 9 any meat, and no milk; also take and interfering with the digestion was called to Ellisbtirg hi Casey Atty. Ed Gentry, of relatives lov ed her still Tablets im- and assimilation of food. 9 Mt. Vernon, was here Tuesday one of Chamberlain's and see if condition ,s quickly- - relievedThis county to see his brother, Josiah And the brute said she had never CHAS- - L. mediately after supper, 9 by McWilliams, whs is very low with PROPRIETOR in the Griffin and Foynter suit. been still long enough for him to you d( not rest much better. Ob Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtaina- (heart dropsy. .a ble everywhere. I find out. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker, of Mt. tainable everywhere. laiiiitMl -- $0 ;y Jaskionrji ints from, tfxe mlmw WvJwui Ui paint - The Smartest of Spring Styles J. B. NOE, Mt Vernon, 2xz WANTED Kv. style-distinctio- n. dM ryfc4 SPLIT HICKORY -- US OR WHITE TIMBER EITHER Delivered Along the S S x $5.00 2-2x3- Aulo 3x3, Timber J6, J6 1 Sutton I & NIcBee WlllsLlill must Mr O. V. jarrett big, $13.03 p:r $16,00 p? - Our The Clothcraft Store Yours Very uly, News STANDARD WHEEL CO By John Fisher, Mgr. 'crmvk8rrsr NOTIC that Work Ask .usior " O Tickets. wel-:om- ac-ord- ed The Battle Cry ofr Peace -- -- Drugs - CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phone 1 W.-,B- -- iHEREPLACEl TOILET ARTICLES, FINE CANDIES, CIGARS TOBACCOS, EIR-ST-CLAS- el - 3 e '9 s, hon-ey-moo- n. -- Pioneer 8tof8 9" 9" 9" Phone 87 !' We BOOSTER TICKETS DAVIS mOHWwWIWlWWlHWWWtlMlMWMMtl w TL' v iJrpS!,T 73 att "t" y 3Sp rH-ir:.- ' -- w Ml.MiRNON SIGNAL Thomas. A. Watson, of O7 Mr. Veraon street, Boston, the man who assisted Graham Bell in makFridaA', April 14, 1916 ing the telephone talk, in March i876. and the man who received Published every Friday by the first message ever transmit-EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT ted thru a telephone, now wintei-inat St. Petersburg, Fla, writing $I.O a few da s since to our Boone UBSCRIPTION OKB YEAR Way man says: "Ihave written Advertising rates tnaae know in my friends in the Am. Tela. & Tel. Co., New York, and have application asked them to send you the electrotype for use in your history." MEMBER OF The electrotype is of Mr. WatKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION son's photograph. 1 g Commissioner's Sale Lost Five Years From His Life ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT A Man Tells IN DAYS T0 C0ME- - In days to come, we plan great deeds, And lose the golden now; M. B. Salin, &c, PlaintilTs In days to come, we mean to act, vs : Commissioner's sule Remarkable Story Told by Ohio But we forget the vow. Franklin Allison, Defendant Man Who Has Been Restored By virtue of a judgment ami order In days to come, we think we see, by Tanlac. of Children Cry for Fletcher's "I have been able to work only about six months each year for the past ten years. "But I haven't lost a days work since I began to take Tanlac." This is the statement of David it. Case, ot Mt. Healthy, near Cin City of Middlesboro has passed cinnati. These two short sentences con a chicken ordinance, and Alf Wil Hams won't be seen any more in tain as high a tribute as can be Middlesboro this summer. Mid paid to a medicine. Tanlac is literally putting money into David dlesboro Three States. ! eft i ,- - !rv It is now plainly seen the STATEMENT whereforenes and the whencenes OP THE OWNERSHIP, MAN- ot Chappell's animus against the AGEMENT, CIRCULATION, Cumberland Gap Nevs man. All ETC., REQUIRED BY THE over UbappolPs taste ior chicken. " ACTOF CONGRESS OP AUG. is afraid Alf Williams would He U, 1912, get a small slice so he slyly inof the duces the council to pass their published! chicken ordinance. Our sympaMt. Vernon Signal, "weekly at Mt. Vernon, Ky., for thies are with Alf. Its a lowl April 1910. proceeding. Publisher, Editor, Managing Like a little dog barking at the Editor, Business Manager, E. S. moon, there are a few fellows yet Albright, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Own er, E. S. Elbright. Bondholders, trying to belittle Harvey Helm and bring out opposition to him. Mortgages, etc. None. But so far a lamb for the slaughter Signed has not be found. No one with E. S. Albright Subscribed and sworn to befoie any judgment will agree to tackle me on this the 28th day ol March the Lincoln county man, who is making one of the safest and 1916. representatives this disFred L. Durham, N. P. trict has ever had. Quit gnawinj? My Commission expires a file, gentlemen, and climb on Feb. 1G, 1920. the band wagon. Danville Mes Russell Dyche, editor of Lon- senger. don Sentinel, is a man of his word Enoch Grehan, of the LexingIt'appears that a London woman ton Herald says, when the girJs told him, after getting his promise get to wearing socles, as fashon not to divulge her name, ol aparh authorities threaten they will this who had sold a pint of whiskey summer, the last vestage of man's It is said the County Judge ana habilment will have been capturworkers-agains- t Mr. Dyche are both ed; they have already preempted and thru hh our boots, ''britches' and suspaper "Mr. Dyche had made some penders. Louis Landram. strictures aboutthe county officer? You poor boys, so this account.1-fo- r not enforcing the laws. By some your absence from the street means, it is claimed the County during daylight? Judge learned of Mr. Dyche's position of having promised not to isbi'illiant "The lightning-budivulge the name of the woman but he hasn't any mind. Ho blunwho had given the above informa- ders thru existence with his headtion. The editor was ordered one light on behind." Dauville Mess day last week to appear before jnger. the Judge and upon his refusal to Observe the buzz wagon Louis, give the ncme was fined $3 and and vou will conclude that the sent to jail for six hours. Next -- bug" displays a "tail" light, eviday the dose was repeated. A dently seeking protection from release on habeus corpus did not rear-en- d collisions trom Danville give relief. Was ordered back lo "dust wagons." jail. In the meantime one of the editors friends, who doubtless It is a great boost for a town ot knew the circumstances, tele- county when people who make phoned the lady, who is visiting their living in it, to go away from in an adjoining State, explaining home every time they have a the situation and requesting her dime to spend. to release the newspaper man from PILLS BEST FOR LJVER his pledge. This was readily agreed to and matters quickly arranged which caused the editor's Because they contain the best liver medicines, no matter how bit prompt release. or nauseating for the sweet sugar coating hides the tatste. So many conflicting reports are Dr. King's New Life Pills contain coming from Mexico, that it is ingredients that put the liver impossible to reconcile or deter- working, move the bowels freely. mine a9 to accuracy. But taken No gripe, no nausea, aid diges all together and doing the best tion. Just try a bottle of Dr. one can, it is hard to reach a def King's New Life Pills and notice how much inite conclusion as to the progress druggists. better sou feel 25c at of the expedition that has been chasing Villa. One of the recent There are "3,064 languages in reports that is disturbing is the the world. But a man imagines alleged purpose of the recognized there are fifty times that many Mexican authorities to limit the when his wife finds a half dozen time in which the pursuit of the hair pins in his pocket. bandit leader may be continued. One of the things we can't unIf such a demand should be made derstand is why Solomon, who how will it be received at Wash- had a wife for every day in the ington? It has been said that year, was awarded a Chapter of Carranza, in making such a de- Praise in the Bible and a Mansion mand, if it is to be made, would in Heaven, and why a modern do it for the purpose of showing man, who has only two wives, is the Mexican people that the awarded a colnmn of scandall in Americans had not come to Mex- the newspaper and a hot griddle ico to stay. But as already said, in hades. Luke McLuke. the news is so conflicting that one can hardly tell what to believe, if any thing at all. mos-valuabl- e Case:s pocket every dav. He can count its value to him in dollars and cents. "Six months a year for ten years." To the average man this meanj thousands. It may mean the difference between want and plenty. It means liveQyears out of a man's life. Mr. Case's story will strike home to thousands. "I suffered from a stomach trouble so serious that I could not woik more than six months out of a year for tbe past ten yeirs," he said. "There wold be dull, constant pains in my stomach and shooting pains in my breast back and arras. "Everything I ate seemed to disagree with me. I discontinued drinking coffee 'or a year, out Ui3t made no difference in my condition. I simply could not get R. sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at tho January term thereof, 1916, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for salo. at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, 15 y., to the highest and l;st bidder at public auction on Monday, the 24, day of April, 1916, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. in. and 3 p. m., being the first day of Circuit Court, upon a credit of six months, the following described property: Located in Rockcastic 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 dram .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 snm of four hundred and twenty dollars ($420.00), with legfel 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 sale untii paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidder will be prepared to comply with these G. S. GRIFFIN, terms. Master Com. Rockcastle Circuit Court. A harvest rich and rare; reap, In days to come, we fain would No ripened grain is there. In days to come, we'll drtam fond dreams. And think them really true; In days to come, they'll melt away As swilt as morning dew, In days to come, we'll treasures heap, In store for many years; In days to come. the 'li vanish all, And leave us only tears. And yet, in days to come thete'll . be. More joy than misery; For in the days to come you'll see. Faith, Hope and Charity. Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of ana has been made Txnuer his sonal supervision since its infancy. "Z &Ccu4Z. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-dJtf- j-Just-as-good" Castoria goric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcverishncss. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. - CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, Pareis a harmless The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend Contributed by W. E. McWilliams, Willailla, Ky One of Cas CoxV customers askt the oarber what would be good to sweep the cobwebs from his brain? Cas suggested that a vaccum cleaner would jist about fit the The row was stopt by case. officers. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 2L&0 In Use For Oyer 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMRANV. NEW YORK CITY. CASTOR! OMiaren Or 7 fCn FLETCHER'S If getting out and getting under is a pleasure DON'T get a Foid anything that benefited my. "I saw the remarkable praise Tanlac was winning, and more in desperation than anything else, I decided to try it. I believe that f would be shirking a real duty if I failed to tell my story, as it may seem. 'I have now used two bottles jf Tanlac. My appetite has returned, and I sleep well. The pains are rare now, and best of all, I can work all the time. I feel stronger than I have in years "Tanlac has done worlds for me. It has doubled my income.'' It is human nature for Mr. Chase to believe that he is the exception and not the rule but his tory really is not a greatjdeal diff erent from tbe statements of many thousands. There is no remedy that acts as favorably on ailments of the statu-ach- , liver and kidneys and on catarrhal affections ns does Tanlac, which is now being introduced in Mt. Vernon, at the Drugstore ol Chas. C. Davis, also at Central Drug Co., Livingston, and Tohn Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead, W.- M. Owens' store, Burr, Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, S. E. Welch ie CROSS TIES BlackgWhiteOak DELIVERED WANTED Isto- - The Man With Million A Needsja!cleanrfcbank. a strong bank, a boot-legge- rs AT END OF RAILROAD e JOHNETTA Johnette, Ky- WILL PAY the FOLLOWING PRICES: No. , White Oak, 7x9, 8, ft. long, 45c. No. J, Red or Black Oak, 7x8, 8i ft. long, 25c. progressive bank the man with a hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind. The Peoples is seeking y OUT business and is prepared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIMK DEPOSITS M m C. H. RICE, Agent LIVINGSTON, KY. For HARMOUNT TIE & LUMBER CO, TAr" Peoples Bank Mm &3JJ4-0-00 -- - jonas Mckenzie THE OLD RELIABLE g&ag$ ckoIL IB BY,J$Fj m v Berea, tr where the Tanlac Man is daily ex plaining its merits and the results that may be expected from its use. DRUGGISTS-STO- (wwiw.Tiujt A ATTENTION RE 5A? KEEPERS An exclusive Tanlac Agent wanted in every town, village and cross roads in this county. For particulars and advertising plans address Cooper Medicine Company, Dayton, Ohio. is Merchandise " . good line of General zv.rwr:;rrr qtp:pccpcep( IV.! ivy Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the Jibiiity 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 reeom mendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. 9 ; &Qnari:fcrfe3 zsc : : ww jieMut z. Farm Implements S ,t!rAL Vt-j-tY ifo3fofcifc3fece a., . TVl J V a. - f. 3K l0rc?ncrS 3cQpoqDcr iVI The Bank of Mt. Vernon "T r3rjDcQps: ... I I MT. VERNON, KY. LUMBER w S I UNDERTAKER Our line of Couch Casket is unexcelltl Hand-mad- e fl .; na H ora ViW 8 BUILDING g M CK.1.L MILL WORK 1V1A 1 Get Our Prices and We Will Get Your Trade offins turnished MWJ Tr 1 If ff ImmiVtIVt All 1JmiVi IVr Hearse sent to all parts f tbe County. Saved Girl's Life 'I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Black-Draught," -- '(j orders by Wire Promptly Filled . ! 5 . -- f it-- ' The Lancaster lientral Record's issue'of last week commemorating its third of a century's exist- ance was chock f ullof illustrations of Lancaster's buildings, school and. church edifices, rthe court house, hotel, Record office, etc. Nearlytall the past editors of that good newspaper, including the present one, along with R. L. the live business manager; John M. Farra, also, is shown astride his hobby horse urging the forward movement of progress. The paper was chuck full of good matter had sixteen pages. Oar Boone Way man contributed an article for the issue. El-kin, W. A. COX, Phone 94-- S M V. VERNON, KY. 0m Wm Proctor& McKenzie rMieaim.VLKNUiMlY. 4 YX FARE mkiLm m $5 2 I the Lamp Oil th xt oaves Lyes Nothing Is more Important in tho borne than cIe&r.ntjmriviioh bis bj getting tbe oil buma clear ana dean without that flicker a down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Costs no siore than the Inferior 'tgnktragon oils saves MONEY saws WOBK saves eyes. Your dealer has 80LITE OIL In barrels direct from our works. PHIk IK4I B K&l2t )i?iiiMMWMy BUFFALO steamer on any Inland water of the world. Sleeping accommoda- YrT -- E?WfiiJfl w iiri DAILY BETWEEN CLEVELAND 9t a "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles, I firmly believe ht life- - When she had the measles, saved my little girl's they "went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more irouble. I shall never be without Black-DraugBlack-Draught t.. BLack - draugHT iff my home." For constipaf ion, indigtetion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Th edford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, geidle and valuable remedy. If you .suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Vr-- T A The JJSSSttlSSs costly Great Ship "SEEANDBEE The Wriest and most tions for 1W) passengers 2Sr?J53 J S Ji "CITY OF EWE" 3 MagaifieeHt 8:00 Steaer "CITY OP BUFFALO" 15th-BUFFA- LO Chas. 0. StoII Oil Co. Esflnery sff Warren, Pa. We sell the calebrated "No Cart)" Auto 00. It is said thut Villa has four law. No wonder he is desperate and daring. A feller can't be hampered by facts and information and be a good orator. m CLEVELAND-Dail- y, mothers-- Lexington, Ky. r The battle of Verdun, (France) has been in proggress fifty-fivdays. The longest in history. e Leari Buffalo P.M. C JO A.M. Arrive ClsreUnd (30 A.M. Airir BofUlo (Central Standard Time) CosneetMM at Buffalo for Niagara Falla aad ail Eastern and Canadian pofata. Railroad tick ata reading between Clereland and Buffalo are good or trantportatioa on oar ateamera. JLtk joor ttehet aatnt for tieketa Tia C. & B. Line. Beautifully colored sectional poiila chart, showing: both exterior and interior cf Tbe Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" seat on receipt of Bra ccnta to eurer postage aad mailing. Alaoaak pw pinorni ana owgipnw pooinnre. - or oreha BUFFALO THAU 3 IT CO Clevalaad Okie) .THE CLEVELAND VwWktaisswaMMCBfSBsawSsBaawSMrnsV-rrTig-iya- g Lera ClcvtUnd May 1st to Nor. BETWEEN a g -- L- C J 5 tfmmmmmjtmmfmmmmjm V - . C. B. McKenzte has gone to There are other good cars but' You can depend on the Ford. Chicago to accept a position. the Ford is best. Saley Doau aud Sheruian Miss Roberta Purcell is visiting Mt. Vernon Ky April 14, 1916 See Fish's to day about that have been buying several at Ottawa this week. new Ea;tp. outfit hogs in this county during the up No. 7q" wneri TJ C Mr. and Mrs. Romo Adams, Mothers who love your sons and week. have returned to Mt. Vernon for Cflte wltn SIGNAL daughters, see The Battle Cry of Do you know that your life and the summer. Peace April 20th, afternoon and property are not covered by insurUncle Jim Piucel, who night. ance in case of War? See tjie in poor health most all win ' Mr and Mrs. Logan Towery, Battle Cry' of Perce, April 2d-ter, is improving. of Berea, have moved to,. the Tom afternoon and night. Mr and Mrs Fioyd Miller hav Branaman place they bought near K. T Monahan, Countv Road Louisville 4 Nashville R.R. Co. gone to housekeeping in part ot Hummell. Engineer, has tendered his resig- the Brown property on Old Main T ME TABLE. & Son have on display nation tobecome effective May 1st. J. Fish street. 22 nortn pm Mr, Moyna- the finest and most up to date line , We have not lea-ne- d Cashieri? L. Thompson was of Mens', 24 nortn 3:56 a m ban's plans as to what he expects Womens' and Children's -tt-43 smith a m ca"e to Kingston Tuesday to Slippers to be found in Mt. Ver- to do. 12:13 a m( act as clerk for the Walton Bros' non. Call and see before you buy. tl South Taren Up: A black male hog, lot sale. Jas. Landrum, Agent. if you fear War and want to weight about no pounds, unmark w" Phone No. 8. know how to escape its horrible ed. Owner must call for same LOCAL consequences, see The Battle Cry at once, or I will make some disA Ford will save you time. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postolice of Peace, April 20th, afternoon position of the hog. second-clas- s as mail matter. Sport Hats tor Ladies at Fish's, and night. W. A. COX. Herrin Bros, and Davis, ot Quail, Mt. Vernon, Ky. PERSONAL Mrs J. W. Rider was the hos-- a are doing some plastering here tess of Sewing Bee Monday. When it comes to doing things' A. LeMaster was up from Liv- thic Week. The guests were Mesdaraes Mary for Mt. Vernon some of our older ingston Sunday. The richest man in Kentucky Williams, Iua.Milh3rV;C. C- - Wil men are just as live wires as the EyjH .h s. B. McKenzie was in Lou-i-.v- has not enough money to buv a liaras and B. T. Moynahon and young ones. You can always deduring the week. aunt, Miss Haes,'of Nicholas-vill- e pend on Unrle Billy. Poynter, better car than the Ford. M. Ballard wa3 in Jonas M cKenzie, Mit Miller, J. Burc& Davis uve no ved their jar on county this week. shoe shop to the iJ. C. Price propFor Sale: One Jersey cow, 7 Fish. U. G. Baker, Tip Langford iss Eugene Fishback has re- - erty on West Main ueet. years of age, giving milk. One and several other older ones being mi r 'J 17 rne to school at Midway. 2 year old mare col'. Will sell right on the job when there is anj is expected that several new It Tyree Gentry, of Lebanon pushing to be done. worth the money. homes will bgbuilt this Summer was here this week Junction, A. E. Albright, BASE BALL. on the lots recently sold on RichBegin today to prepare for "Mr?" and Mrs. Fred Mullins, of Brodhead, Ky, The first base ball game of the mond street. M.uJlins Station, were here ,Ved- Women $30 tor distributing 100 season will be played here SaturAsk the disinterested garageman let show you you to wear free skeins wear Pioot darning day between the Loyal Sons team, ur automobile expert which is the MrIna' Miller is here from best car for you to own. Take cotton with hosiery, your section. of the Mt. Vernon Christian this Spring in Vets illes. visiting relatives and his advice, Exoerience unnecessary. Inter- church, and the Stanford High he knows. national Miils, Dept. 0 00, Nor School team. Both teams have fn nds. All persons holding Booster ristown, Pa. Edward Purcell of the Rose, 4.7. been been practicing bard and this Tickets will please- remember will be a very interesting game. Hill section, has gone to Lockland, ONE MILLION PEOPLE : April 22, 'one week, from tomorThe admission will be xocaud 15c. Ohio, o work. in the Sunday Schools of Kenrow, and bring.them .to town. Ladies free. tucky May 7, 191G.' You owe it Mr. and Mrs! Richard Brana Rev. J. P. Lunceford will to yourself and your State to atSold Car. Messrs. Mahan & mano the Wildie section . were pteach at Buckeye church the tend Sunday School on May 7th, Bethurum yesterday sold a large -- , A in toWn'Monday. Ro'. ie French and Marion Ham- fifth Saturday and Sunday fn this If you find there any good for Studebaker Six to Mr J. A. Roblin were here from Brodhead Mon-day- month, April 2Q, and 30. Hear yourself, or any opportunity to inson. Messrs. Mahan and Bethurhim. do good for another, become, a um represeut the Chevrolet and nding court. Studebaker in Boyle county. They permanent member. WORK DONE for Mrs. Eva Griffin, of the Hiatt opened line of have will receive four carloads of Chev-rolet- s Ky. Sunday School Ass'n. pction, is with her uncle, J. C. I will be in Brodhead again on and Children ever came to next week. Danville AdvoM or and Mrs Moore. April 17, 19 1 6, for a x'ew days BUYING FROM STKANGERS cate. M. K. Pennington, Vernon. ALWAYS FOLLY Prices right. Mrs. James Reynolds and daugh only. This is Our Jake. He is a Dentist. ter, of Langford Station, were in We have always imagined that hustler. town Wednesday shopping. For over a quarter of a century P. T. Barnum was at one time a Do Come In and See Little Cash Luke McLuke says the fool kil. M. Browr, prominent farmer Fish's have been selling good business man in a small town, for and good citizen, of the Quail sec- clothes in Rockcastle and they it was he who was said to have ler has deserted his job and many tion, was in town this week want to show you that new Easter coined the phrase, "The public of that breed are now walking the streets unmolested. Luke ain't likes to be humbugged." James Merrill and son, of North outfit you are going to buy. afer I'd to get out now but takes Carolina, have bought part of the We always think of Barnum There will be a two days public the precaution to keep an eye to Sam Purcell farm near Quail. whenever we see a crowd gather discussion at Maretburg, April windward so as to give no advanJames B Thompson, one among between Evangelist J. L. Da- around a street coruer fakir aud tage to the beetlehead slayer over the best citizens of the Poplar vis and Rev. T. G. Soward. Those pay him their good money for his nimble feet in his "homeruu," Grove section, was here Thursday who would be interested in such a stutf that a local business house should he meet up with the dreadI. A. Bowman, f "somewhere", discussion are cordially invited to would not dare try to sell. Yet ed hunter 'of innocent-anunsus if he hasn't moved again, was attend. The debate begins at there are hundreds of people oocting ninnyhamtners. swindled by every fakir who here last week looking as gay a 10:30 o'clock a. m. The Fiscal Court met yesterday comes-along- , and remains anxious a boy. "Tom Nok" Street To pre- to give the next one still more of and designated the Mt Vernon Chas. C. Davis writes from Win- vent mistakes, and Level Green route as the way misunderstandings, money. chester that he is well pleased "ruckashees" and other unpleas- their Consistency of business Mr. for the Mt. Vernon and Somerset with his new location and is doing ant situations, we suggest that Man or Mr. Woman, should show pike. On Wednesday a committee nicely. Nog" street, in the Asher addi- you that you will always get bet- went over both routes, the Mt. Ver.Tohnathan Moore, who has been tion, be named "Tom Noe" street. ter values from your home mer non and Level Green and the Mt. with his brothers in this county, Should any one say that he lives chant than will ever be given you Vernou and Line Creek routes, and left Monday for his home in Ne- on Noe street, the next1 question by any one else. The home firm wheu the court met yesterday there braska would naturally be, "then where has its reputation to maintain. was considerable feeling over the S W. Davis was here from do you live if on no street?" Heed the invitation of men you matter. Magistrates Sowder and reMystic first of the week. Ho Arnold voted for the Mt. Vernon State Stnator Charles Mont- know. . ports the rock business good at and Line Creek routes, while gomery, of Casey county is exThe business ot" J. P. E. Drum-mond- , Magistrates his place. Hurst and McGuire one of Livingston's most pected to cast his hat in the ring and Chasteeu voted for the Level envy Whitaker, Logan Renner for the Democratic nomination for successful merchants, has grown Green route. Squire Sowder then and several other citizens of the Congress from the Eighth District. to such proportions that he is assed for a survey ot both section, were in town which is now Line creek routes, and has been for compelled to add new quarters. Wednesday. but the motion lost. several terms represented by Hon. His stock' of Dry groods, shoes, rs. W. R. Dillion. of London, Harvey Helm, of Stanford. Sena- men's and ladies' furnishings, etc SERVICES AT THE CHRIST spent a few days with J udge and tor Montgomery is very popular is being moved-frotheir present IAN. CHURCH SUNDAY. Mrs. G. M. Ballard, returning and if he gets into the game ' The location to the Calloway store Sunday School 9:45. home Wednesday. Tall SvcamoreofTheSt Asaph" house opposite Graded school Preaching service at 11 a. m. One of the familiar faces with will have his hands full. building. The high class grocery Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m. the Knoxville Boosters was' "Jim" department will remain in its (Please note the change of hour.) 42-PiecFiscal Court met last week present location next The Reeder, who has been coming to door to post P.reaching service at 8:00 p. nn and set the levy for I91G. The office. Mr. J. N. Clark will be in this county a little better thau a levy is as follow?: General pur- charge of the new quarter of a century. Thd "Birth of the Nation," the store, and Mr. 3o cents and $1 00 poll. Ben H. Hillard will remain at the great moving picture show, which J. A. Oliver was here from poses Winchester Monday on business. Schools 20 cents and 50 cents poll. grocery. Yearly sales at this store attracted so much attention at Joe's many friends m Rockcastle Bond issue 20 cents and for roads has reached twenty-fiv- e and our thousand Louisville only a few weeks ago, business is growing better every will b; gad to learn that he is do lo cents, making a total of 80 cts. dollars a year. It is claimed that will be shown at Grand Opera foi county purposes. To this is some of the prices present place was too small to handle a complete line of. ing well in that splendid town. at this establish House, Paris. Ky., on April 21, aclded 00 cents for the State makment is just a little higher than aud 22. Those who have not Ladies' and Caps, Shoes, Omer Chesnut has a good posiDry Gopds, ing the advalorutn tax $1.30 and are made by others, but the class een this show should avail themwith the American Can Co., tion all in same building our the poll tax $1.50. Under the levy of merchandise handled is Gentsf the kind selves of this opportunity to see in Hamilton, Ohio His uncle, is only there 3o cents ,that gives satisfaction and it u this great attraction. Geo Childress, au old Rockcastle levied for roads and bond issue, well known that quality Lechleiter(& Mitchell, ' remains loy, has been with this concern Up-to-d- ate and we want to call the attention long after the price Prop rs. ana Managers, for ten years. is forgotton. of the tax payers, JtKat you have Paris, Ky. I. L Thompson, John Hurst, Lbeeu paying, 25 and 3o cents road These stores will continue ' the Adv. same sucessful policy that has April Dr. McWilliams, Ed Brown. tax for a . SAFE,1EDICLNE FOR CHILD-l'.- r and we will on many years and so built up a thriving ' trade. "Goods Frank Catron and others, of far as the' roads are concerned a full line RKN in Calloway Building, opposite Graded School Building, 'taicen back where customer is not Willailla, were here Wednesday what is there to show for it? At' satisfied." "- is thofirkt question Is of merchandise of fresh up-to-d- ate and saw the KnoxvflTe Boosters... no time in fifteen years to be considered when buying theksf for anything up to now we have it. Oar store "take the town." Every officer and every man 'in cough "medicine for children. in every department. When you are looking has the road tax. been less than Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Caswell 2o cents.. Even, tnoligh the very the' rmy and navy urges every Chamberlain's Cough Reiuedy&as can not be surpassed, in quality, servic3, and courteous treatment by any store in the country. have returned to their nome In worst should come, as some have American citizen to" see The Bat- long oeen a favorite with methers 42-Pie-ce Louisville after several days' visit predicted, on the bond issue, the tle Cry of P,eace, April 20th, after-noo- n of voungdiildreja as it contains Remember Dinner Set, hand decorated and no opium ojr other uarcotic, and here to Mrs. Caswell's mother, tax payers ot Rocfccastle can be and night. may be given to "achild as confi trimmed in PURE GOLD ADSOlUtGlY Middlesboro none the worse off, rod if we only Mrs. J. E. Vowels. dently as, to an adulrrjlt is pleaseach day. It will not cost you a cent only COM!H. Look 'for Bryant Bros, adver- - ant to take, too, which Three States. is of great get a few miles of pikes the county tisement in this issue. importance when a rtie,dicine must 2XX Mr. David Craig, Vernon, will be that much be.tler. thanT if. be given to young ctiildren. This is now a genial affable clerk at nas ever Deen : ueioi e. ijuc we remedy is most effectual in relievI James W. Smith's haberdasher contendvthat with the proper'man-agemen- t ing coughs, colds and croup. Ob store. We are always glad to exPor Infants and Children, that there is noreason tamable everywhere " ' . coidial welcome to such wby the county, with the use of Thi Kind You Have Always BwgM tend a The Detroit automobible kicked young men and hope they will 'the bond issue and the State fund. into a ditch by a mule should be like us well enough ,to call this cannot have the four pikes just Bears the tied to the animals tail as a Signature of hoi-e- . Lancaster Record. as it has been claimed all the time. Mc-Kinne- ML VERNON SIGNAL y 79 ha-be- en b EASTE R tory of our busines have we been better prepared to DRESS UP the men and young men of this country than we are this season. EASTER us what want 5-- 0' -- is not far away 23d. Never in April his- the il Sis? fc - Suits, Shoes, Hats, just, Men, Women theswelllest U near Low Cuts Will AND ALL KINDS OF at -- FURNISHINGS that Mt. What A DE-NTA-L We 22-2- 3, d WE GIVE BOOSTER TICKETS MK MK XHXH IN LIVINGSTON e DINNER SET 1 -- Given Away Fri. &Sat Apr. 20 & 21 COME Our month -- Hats, Furnishings Notions, with Grocery Store with g-o- d 20th OPEN ANOTHER STORE Our aimis tocarryalinc quality a Given Away Cnme! of-M- t. 2X 2XIZXZZXZ CASTOR A J..P.-E- &&mM QUALITY STORES DRUMMOND " V i t - -- fib .Jlr.v. "t-'. . ojx-z- s Wr Mrs. Harrison Pitman is numbered amoug the sick. The revival that is being held at this Electric Starter Qk'tnc Starter place conducted by Rev. Ben isd Lights iniliffcti Jones, of Laurel county, is largely attended, and all seem to take great interest in Bro. Jones. of Miss Hattie Carmical of this place spent part of last week in Mt. Vernon. Miss Isabelle Ping, of Masterpiece of Eighty Million Dollar Company Walnut Grove, is visiting friends at this place nd attending the Automobile Produce Lowest Price protracted meeting. There is Sunday School at Mt. VALVE-Itf-HEA- D MOTOR ; Shock Absorbing Duplex Front Pisgah every Sunday, conducted Springs; Hub Construction with Triple Bearings, preventing by Mr. J. L. Rash. Moving "wabble" of wheels and wear on Tires; Unit Power Plant ; seems to be the order of the day Streamline Body ; Silk Mohair Top ; Crown Fenders ; Cellular now. $IcKinley Kirby has moved Radiator; Concealed Hinges; THREE SPEED Transmission; to Pine Hill and Tobe Bussell has THREE-QUART- ER FLOATING AxeJ ; CANTILEVER moved.to a house on Mr. John Springs ; Ventilating Rain Vision Windshield ; World Famous Marleiv's place. Mrs. E. R. GenZenith Carburetor. try, of'Mt. Vernon, was the guest HORSE POWER The Motor will develop THIRTY-FJV- E of Mrs. Eugene Stokes Thutsday. block test and due to the VALVE-IN-FiEAand Construction Muster Homer Carmical, of this extremely large valves (one and one-hatt- " inches in diameter), the place, was the guest of his cousin, Chevrolet Motor Company guarantees this car to run from Master John Carmical, at Mt. MILES per gallon of gasoline. TWENTV TO TWENTY-FIV- E Vernon, Friday. Well, as we are to have a late Easter this spring, Rides like a cradle; climbs hills "on high" like level ground. we can't expect real warm weather fori few days yet. But it does Chevrolet Larger Model, the seem we are having some extra less last yean for $750x00, rough weather for the time of year. Rev. Thomas Clifford filled his regular appointment at Hope FOR A well Saturday and Sunday. The I will be in Mt. Vernon with ihis line of cars at an early date which will residence of Mr. Jesse Manus be announced later with its contents was destroyed fire last Wednesday night. Mr. Manus and family fled in their night clothing, not having time to get their clothing. He has the sympathy of the entire community. - -- Rev. Carmical filled his regular appointment at Mt. Pleasant Saturday-and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs McKinley Kirby, of Pine Hill, ACHES OF HUUSE-CLEANINTHE BIDS spent Thursday and Friday with The pain and soreness caused Mr. Kirby's parents, Mr. and n by bruises, and Mrs. ,Micajah Sowder, at this OFFICE OF THE FISCAL COURT OF ROCKUAbTLE COUNTY: straining during house-cleani- n g place. Rev. James Barnes is astime are soothed away by Sloan's sisting Rev. Jones in the protractSealed proposals addressed to the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle L ment. JNo need to suffes this ini County for the construction of that part of the road leading to the a3ony. Just apply Sloan's Lini- ed meeting at this place. Laurel County line from Mt. Vernon, Ky., between Mt. Vernon and ment to the sore spots, rub only a WATCH CHILD'S COUOH. Livingston, Ky., known as State Aid Road No. 78, will be received little. In a short time the pains Colds, running of nose, continup to noon April 17th, 1916, and will be publicly opened and read leave, you rest comfortably an d enjoy a refreshing sleep. One ued irritation of the mucous memat 1 o'cock, p m. on said date. The plans and specifications for graceful user writes: "Sloan's said road may be seen at the office of the Clerk of the Rockcastle Liniment is worth its weight in brane if neglected may mean catarrh later. Don't take the County Court in Mt. Vernon, having been approved by the Fiscal gold." keep a bottie on bands, chances- - do something for your Court of Rockcastle County and the Commissioner ot Public Roads, use it against all aoreness, neural- child! Children will not tak ev and bids must be for the work done in accordace with said plans and gia and bruises. Kills pain. 25c ery medicine, but they will take at your Druggist. New discovery and The road is approximately nine miles. specifications. without bribing or teasing. Its a as a whole, or for each mile . Bids will be received on the work sweet, pleasant, tar syrup and so separately. Bids will also be received on grading and macadamizing Sale effective. Just laxative enough of said road separately, in the same divisions just set out. The said to eliminate the waste poisois. Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Almost the first dose helps. AlROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ways prepared, no mixing or fuss-binding on the first parties they must re Before contracts are COURT ing. Just ask your druggist for ceive the approval of the Commissioner of Public Roads. Each bid Dr. King's New Discovery. It must be accompanied by cash or certified check, payable at sight to Peoples Bank and I will safeguard your child against C. C. Williams, Plaintiffs the order of the County Treasurer for 5 per ,cent. of the amount of serions ailment resulting from the proposaj, which check shall be held until the execution of the vs : Coinm.issiouer'a Sale colds. contract. ucy E. Mullins, Admnc. of Before the contract is awarded, the successful bidder will be re- T--. D. Mullins, dee'd., and ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT quired to furnish a bond equal to the atn.otint oVtb!e proposal for the Bher FT. Mullins, et al., Defendants COURT faitWujje:rfobnance.of the! work in accordance with the aforesaid By Virtue of a judgment and order of plarisjand specifications. sale of the Rockcastle Circuit AlLwork.tb'be.done under the direction and supervision of the rendered at the April term thereof, Court, T. N. Noe, Adm'r of 1915, K. M. Plaintiff Johison, State Ifaad department. 1 in the above cause, I shall proceed to : County. By Order of the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle vs , offer for sale, at the court house door Bidders may bid a lump sum for the whole work, but must give in Mt. Vernon, to the highest and best Alice Hellard, &c, Defendants bidder at public auction, on Monday govern any changes. unit prices to and of April, 1916, between the V. N. Noe, Adm'r. of hours of 11a. m. and 3 p. m., being Plaintiff the first day of Circuit Court, upon a Elizabeth Johnson, Clerk, Rockcastle Fiscal Court. $550.00 Iiclsii: ictixrisr-- 1 : 5? ihi-vk- o rr: Yet t -- i2XKV .11 j M $500.00 Including Harwell F JKafcM ''laMf I nils r. fe?.." gk Svar ' 'aatt. aaB aakv JHHaaV "THE PRODUCT EXPERIENCE" The the national joy smokm The REAL U tobacco for the real jimmy .pipes arid makin'a cigarettes D -- Famous "Baby Grand" For, men who got away to a false start on a pipe cigarettes Prince Albert has a word or home-mad- e or two for what ails their smokeappetites I Forjjet you ever tried to smoke, for Prince Albert is so different, such Get a Fresh Start! a 1 $23500 than WAIT DEMONSTRATION Jake Bethurum ADVERTISEMENT FOR CHEVROLET DEALER MT. VERNON, KY. friendly, you'll get a new idea of smoke joy The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch! And this little preachment is also for men who think they're on the right track. All to be said is that the sooner you .lay out a nickel or a dime for a supply of Prince Albert, the sooner you'll make a discovery that'll be worth a lot to your peace ot mind and May Prate Albtrt mil mmtr tongue I thm cioiUAJ world t Toppyrtd bagt. 5c: tidy red lint. 10c: found and hmlf pound ttn Get the idea of smoking all you want humidor tr?nnd that clotty cryttal'guu pound humidor without a comeback that's P AJ top with -- fine flavor, so cool and cheerful and J JWtfflsaSMPaWaBattiaW'M iiFf sLA vMm sWMBHsi Jmmm ItlMmi VsBaaaBllaalaBBKJ Oa 1 R 'L motor thm tooacco tht finmjthmpmalumya t uch tponso-moitton- tr in R.J.REYNOLDSTOBACCO C6.,WkutoB-S.Jeam,N.- faywiMr i: "Tncmttiliwlti JWr MA. 1M7 " aUa it aaae (Afa aMaubMavWtwM aMkWMml rmm alia af tabttfrnJ I R H H H C. over-exertio- Facts That Can Not Be Denied m .- -. D'r.-'King- 's The PO R D bftS ove power in proportion to its weight than any Car made. Its weight is 1500 pounds, its mortor is 22A horse power. Commissioners "' -- S. F. BOWMAN. 24,-da-y Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTE CIRCUIT COURT Berea Bank AJTrust Co., Plaintiff T8 : Commisioner's Sale. T. . Mullins and Candace Mullins, Defendants :By virtue of a Judgment and older of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August, term therof, 1915 in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., tt the highest and best, bidder, at public auction, on Monday, April 24, 1916, being the first day. of a regular .term, of the Rockcastle Circuit Court,- between the hoursbTU a. m. and 3 p. m., upon a crefVVfv:aix months, the following described 'prop' erty, . The one-haundivided interest in a tract of landaiaSLockctstle . county on the waters of Roundstone creek, and bounded as follows: Beginningatthe opoiMcClnre ridge of Vm. Mullins' line, end of the quarter breecheb bottom; thence to the topof.the Mead- e jow.Afoautain.hieh to the Champ. Mucins line; thence with Phamp Mil'nJUie.toaa ash and hornbeam On thesouth fork of Roundstone creek. opposite Calloway Mullins' white'-oacorner.standinji on the cedar ridge; thence with the top of the ridge north- . ward to Colloway Mullins' back ..line: jthence with theaameto the center of tneMcCtare .rHJgc: thence with the Up of thd ridk the begr nnlbff, contaih- Ing-loa- . acres, more or less. or'jiifficlent - thereof to produce the eum ot tnree hundred .dollars. ( f3W ) with.six percept Interest thereon from day of December 1913, until ifl.8ubject to a credit ol4he wa. paid .junta the 26, day kpril-i914- , ind the cost of. this actionanithe further credit of $9700 to-w- it: - ty, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgement. Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Com. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT credit of six months, the following described property,-to-wit- : A tract of land located in Mt. Vernon. Rockcastle county, Ky., and described as follows: On the north by the lands of David Hysinger; on the east be the lands of J. M.Jones' heirs and Asher Addition to Mt. Vernon: On the south by the Somerset and Mt. Vernon road and bv lots ownea Dy narnest inompson, J. V Anghn, J. J. Ping, Clevie Johnson, Sowder, J . C and Robert Taylor; and on th west by the lands of Bob Mize, W. T. Davis, T. N.Noe and David Hysinger, containing 45 acres more or less. vs : Alice Hellard, &c, Defendants NOTICE. All creditors of the estates of R. M. fohnson and lElizabeth The Ford puts more tire service to the ground than any car; tires are 30x3 rear, 30x3 front. It costs less to maintain the Ford. 24000 well paid experts are employed in making the Ford Henry Ford spent years that he might rind a way to make a stronger, tougher steel. He succeeded. Each test that has been made between the Fold Vanadium Steel and the4steel used the in other cars show that the Ford Steel is over stronger. This is why the Ford Car is so light and yet so strong While other manufacturers are discarding the models they declared perfect one season for a car of even more boasted merits the next season, the Ford Company continues to make the Model T. Over one million Ford Chassis have been made exactly alike. To begin with the Ford was made right, engineers of world fame did it. did it to such a degree of perfection that changes have not been necessary. No motor runs more smoothly than the Ford Motor, no car is easier to drive. one-fourt- h Prices FaO.B, Detroit Johnson, deceased, are hereby Be-thuru- m Runabout $400.00 Touring Car 440.00 From the foregoing boundary there lf Teing-buthw3?r- d -- peak;-thenc- k ep the-26tb- " paid-whic- h tawWclt paTdDeceber27, 1915. e For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bondt witb.apprdved-.sur- The Bank of Mt. Vernon, Plaintiffs will be set aside to the widow, Lucy E. Mullins, a homestead or dower, as she vs : Order of Sale prefers. The homestead not to exceed A. H. Hamlin and M. E, Hamlin, Defendants. $1000. The said Commissioner will sell of By virtue of a judgment and order o.f sufficiency of the residue of said land GOOD FOR COLDS. sale rendered at the January term of Honey, pine Tar and Glycerine; the Rockcastle Circuit Court, 916, 1 to produce tae following sums of money: Jonas McKenzie 85.88; Peoples are recognized remedies. In Dr. will, on the 24th day of April, 1916 beBank, Mt. Vernon, Ky., $8o.36i C. C Dens fine tan tioney these are tween .the hours of 9 o'lock a. m. and 4 Williams $15.00; ths first two claims combined with other cough medi o'clock p. m. at the front door of the bearing interest from the 19th day of cine in a pleasant syrup Dr. court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer for sale to the highest and best bidder April, 1915; the last bearing interest! Bell's Pine Tar Honey quickly! from the day of ., 19 , andt stops your cough, chhecks yourj the following described property; the cost of this action. i cold, soothes irritation of. the; If the land does not bring enough- throat. Excellent for young, ad-- i Six town lots in Mt. Vernon," Rockcastle county, Ky., and described as alter setting aside the widow's home- - ult and aged, "its one of the best1 follows: Located in ABher Addition Head, the Master Commissioner will on .Noe Street, aud fronts 3oo feet on sell said homestead, subject to Hhe, cough syrups made. Formulacom every bottle.. You. know just what1 said Nae Streot, running back an equal width to an alley, this pro erty consists widow's life estate in same,- for the; you ase taking and your doctor of six lots, fronting 5o feet, each and purpose of settling said claims and the, knows its good for coughs, and numlers27, 29, 29, 30, 31. and 32 as cost of tbis action. colds. 'Insjst on Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r shown by plot, this b.ing the property The Judgment of C, C. Williams is Honey. OnTv 25c at drugwhere A. H. Hamlin now resides. against Eber K. Mul'ins and the in- gists. . Thisproperty will be sold on a cred- terest, of said Eber H. Mullins will be it of six months bearing legal interest sold to justify his claim. from the date of sale. Purchaser wfll For the purchase price the purtjhsaer be require.1 to give bond with approvmust execute ooua, wiin approved sure ed surety. A lieu will be retained on ty, bearing legal Interest from the day the property for purchase money. Bid- of sale until paid and having the 'force der will be prepared to comply prompt- and effect of a judgment. Bidders will ly with these terms. be prepared to. comply promptly with G. S. GRIEPIN, these terms. G. S, GRIPPIN,- Master Com Rockcastle" Circuit Court. MasterCom. Rockcastle'Cirouit Court, enrcs kidney and tronbles, dissolves travel, cures THE Texas WendarIamalVacka. rheaa-tlsB- i diabetes; weolr and and all lrmrqlariti9tb0 kidneys and J'.Some.pcople profit by the mis Diaaaer in txttn men ana women. If not sold by your draprist. will be sent by mail ea re- takes of others." ceipt 01 i. One small bottle Js two months' treatment and seldom falls to perfect a c:are. 'Yea, like the minister who got end for testimonials from ibis andotaec . FOR FLETCHER'S tates. . Dr. E. W, Hall, 3W6. Olive Street. ., $:d form d to-w- it: - notified to preset their claims against same, properly proven, before me at the law office of & Lewis, in the town of Mt. Vernon Kentucky, on or be: fore the 15th day of April 19i6j Beginning-Apr- il i5, 1916. 1 will sit daily until through, to receive and register such claims and proof: G. o. Griffin Master Com. Did you know that, although there are over one hundred different companies making automobiles, the Ford Motor Co, ? puts out more cars than all the other concerns combined BRYANT BROTHERS Phone 64 MT- - VERNON, KY. ASK FOR, A DEMONSTRATION. I .MkBkaBaaHMMaiaiWaVaaOTaaaWaHaM 1 1 jfisSaSSEBsBI THuJll-o- . Ub b ii I sLS -- Cuba - New Orleans - IDEAL WINTER PlAYCa!Ol?NDS- om til f nallV.TA STOP 0VEBS. iOHC REttJlN-UMIT- . 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