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Mount Vernon signal: April 21, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916042101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 21, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '&"!PxZ Jk. Published Every Friday -- munwu MNewBHKHMHaRMiHHMiBHHMHBBIMMaC eT" im it emw """"""""""""M 1 itoIJ l XXIX MT "vov k,,. m i l mm - : y T ' ju - mi B -- 4 Established 1887 ;'IlIi: :.-- Tl.F inHKH, KY , FRIDAY, APRIL 21'. 1916 ,.. NUMBER 27 . Easte r Means Dress Up" And theeasiesr way to obey that impulse is to buy everything you need here. You'll benefit in two big ways by doing so. First our Spring stocks are -- Sc .y J 'f7Yv. V J..0 ZT47F5 VQ jjjT " " """ " u not only that, but the higher courts have decided that a two-thirmajority is not necessary to decide a popular question that a majority are in favor of. In otherwords the majority have a right to be favored rather than the minority. While we are commending ourselves and mutual congratulations for what has been accomplished, let us make a furtuer survey of our social and civic environments. With all of boosted improvements, may we quote from Holy Writ? 'Yet lackest thou one thing. "Our Savior said: "Cleanliness is next to Godliness," one of Our lawyers quoted on a recent occasion: Now the application, and by the way the most impor tant of all the measures we have mentioned: The one thing needed so much is Water Works we repeat, ds ex-endi- ng Green oeai lour House your property "Green Seal" it. Hanna's Green Seal Paint will paint give you the longest possible wear, nd it will stick to your properly through the coldest and wettest weather. It is a luperior paint from any stand point you look at it. It goes farther, lasts longer and looks better. Prove the quality of Hanna's D.ont just 'Hanna's Water Works. and a wide variety makes buying large simple. We shall never get safely and Green Seal Paint for yourself. Second, vou will feel better about new clothes if you don't have to worry about the cost and our prices have a reputation for being reasonable permanently seated on the "Water Wagon" till we have Water Works, furnishing a bountiful supply for drinking and bathing and Hushing our gutters and side walks. There is no need of reminding our people of what they already Know of the abundant supply of pure water near bv aud the typo graphic advantages of erecting a water tower or resorvoir, the latter preferable. Furthermore, we need not point to, nor elaborate on tlje epidemic of typhoid fever, that has been, and remains a menace to our town and surrounding community. In our haste and zeal for the pushing of commercial we have ignored, or at least neglected the most vital question to the progress of any community. The sanitary condition of the 15 homo, the school, the streets and 21 allies, barns and hog pens chick en roosts and pig styes., are of far 3 as well as cooking 9MMJ FWMfs&CcJuirk J. B. NOEolMtiVernoaKv. WANTED Clothcraft Clothes are here in all their Spring newness. At $10 tp $25 the styles materials and workmanship can't be paralleled Don't delay fcSStSyy'y-"yS''y?'i i i Spring is here to stay EITHER IRED OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the L. & N. 25 Auto Spokes x-3- 1, SPLIT HICKORY tf77TvrrsrrTvr ! I i i 1 Sutton & WIcBee 3 !! : The Clothcraft Store more importance than streets,side walks, lawns or back yards. The neglect of hygienic precaution in matters referred to inolves the question of good health, yea, life itself. Sooner or later your life or mine or that of some loved one, may be the price paid for our pro long, $5.00 per lOOOpieces x, x 3, J6 in. long, $13.03 pr 1000 pieces 16 in. long, $16.00 per 1000 pieces when notified. 16. SIZES: Timber must be clear of all defects. Our Mr. O. V. Jarrett will make inspections Yours Very r uly, lii J3rt--I HG.id flf F our last mention organize stock companies; establish factories; secure railroads; their stay seemed to be a very work for public improvements. pleasant one. A number of faand use every means in their pow miliar faces were among the boost er to locate in their city men of Born to the home of Mr ers Commonwealth's side of the case. this class." Closing by saying: and Mrs. D. B Albright, last The same night Willie Harp, who "Make the town attractive to Wednesday, a fine baby girl. was on a boarding car here, was t rangers." Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter, and reporred to have been relieved of We, and every good citizen of $28 00 in cash while he was'safe Mt. Mrs. John Ii. Evans, and little Vernon, indorse what our in the arms of Morpheus. It was daughter. Geneva, were in .Stan clever editors have given us thru also reported that the Rev. J. J. ford, Thinsday, of last week No. 23. and had it not been for their papers: ueicners horse was taken, Mrs. Evans' little daughter had a the undaunted courage of Prof. J. later found near Ottawa. . . but They, of course, meant that severe attack of pneumonia last L. Piikenton the child would have class of "strangers" that are welwinter from the effects of which been killed without doubt The comed in every progressive com RESOLUTIONS. she has not fully recovered, leav- engine man applied the emer munity, who add by their pros The ing her lungs in a serious condi- gency brake but was unable to Vernon Sunday School of the Mt. ence to the moral aud religious Christian Church, Mt tion, and the Stanford doctors stop the train until it had passed Vernon, Kentucky, in regular growth. were consulted about her condi the pjint where she fell some fifty Mt. Vernon has the distinction . tion. Dr. Carter is attending her. or more feet. The child in at session on Sunday, April 16, 16IO, of having some men who are There is more Catarrh in this unanimously adopted the follow Mrs. L.B. Hilton and little son, tempting to cross the track, when classy if not "classic, as "Boost section cf the country than all ing resolutions : Master James Burner, of Stan- the train was piobably within 1 ss other diseases put together, and First, That our school has sus ers." ford, were recent visitois of her than fifty feet of her. and her While we, as an individual, may for years it was supposed to be W G. Yadon, re tained a great loss, by the removal not be in sympathy with every- - incurable. parents, Mr and Mrs J. R. Cass, brother Doctors prescrib&d alizing the great risk attempted of our Superintendent, Mr. 0. C. thing lUCiU iemeuies, auu. uj here. Mrs. Sarah Purcell re that is boosted, we can turned to her home near here after to assist her across, and just as Davis, to Winchester. Kentucky, point with pride to several things failing to cure by local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh to be followed in a few weeks by spending several days the guest of he weut to take hold of her she that Mt- - Vernon's business men is a local disease, greatly influenchis estimable wife and lovable Mrs. Vister fell, and as he was running, failed Mrs. J. R. Cass have been active and successful ed by constitutional conditions daughters. Francisco, who has been sick so to catch her. Prof Piikenton and therefore requires constituSecond, That Mr. Davis was ef- in pushing to a satisfactory issue. tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh long, is in a very sick condition, made a leap, caught th; child and First in importance is the "Gpod Cure manufactured by F. J. Chen and is not expected to live but a saved her lite at a great risK of ficient and progressive as a Sup- Roads" movement. . ey & Co., Toledo, Ohio., is a confew days. U. B. Cass and Claud losing his own. We feel that the erintendent, untiriugin his efforts, been eminently sucThey unselfish m his service, self-sacstitutional remedy, is taken interOwens are in Cincinnati, where Professor is justly entitled to a ficing in bis devotion, generous cessful as leaders in the location nally and acts through the blood they have good positions. Mrs. Carnegie medal: Mr. and Mrs. Dixie-Boon- e r on the mucous surfaces of thb sys every appeal and loyal to of Boone Way and George Tandy, of Milton, Ky., is A. M Hiatt were the guests of towards Highway. tem. One Hundred Dollars reevery the guest of her daughter, Mrs. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. The people who boosted and ward is offered for any ca.se that Third, That a copy of these B. T. Young. She will likely re- - Smith, in the Hiatt section, Tues brought to a successful termina- Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure.Miss Myrtle Murray, of resolutions be sent to the Weokly tion, .day. turn to her home tomorrow. the bond issue in favor of Send for circulars and testimoniBulletin for publication, a copy to Grand daddy Cass went to Louis- Crab Orchard, has been visiting the Christian Church at Win- High School and Good Roads are J. H. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. ville last Saturday morning, re- relatives here during the week. entitled to our gratitude and apSold by Druggists, 75 cents. turning that afternoon with Logan Mrs. W. A. Tyreee is quite s'ck chester, Kentucky, and a copy be preciation. Hall's Family Pills for constipaBryant in a new Ford car. The this week. A man by the name published in the Mt. Vernon Sig- - To the business men of Mt. tion. H. T. Young, car, however, does not belong to of Stevenson attempted to brake nal. Vernon we are indebted for the E. S. Albright, daddy but he has the Ford fever into the store of J T. Lawrence, installation and excellent service I E. R. Gentry, alright Regular services were Tuesday night, and when he rendered by our Light and Power For Infants and Children Committee. held at the Christian church, Sat found that the task was a difficult plant. Rind Yw Have Always BMgM urday ard Suuday, by the pastor, one, he went up an outside stair It may be said that we have Thi the Rev. K. B. Baker, of London way, and with a T?air of steel Bears the FOR FLETCHER'S passed the uncertain and doubtful H. L. Tharp. L. & KgAgent at knucks knocked out a panel of Signature stage in the, bond issue campaign, I in-lari lettor wo ior?ot to thai tho Knoxvi'lo Boosters were at ttrodhead, and while thoir stay horo was r.a'hor short, the southern city was well represented while here. Ahout live hundred people were about the depot to receive them, and Junction City, was here between trains Sunday, with his daughter, Mrs R 13 Albright Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Young, and their three boys, have been sick duriug the week. We are glad to report that some of the number are .much better, and hope that all will soon be out again. -- Chint Lear was near London this week to see a doctcr about his condition. We have not learned what the mouutain doctor thinks of Mr. Lear's condition. Mrs. W E. Sproule has been quite ill for the past several days with rheumatism. Little Vivian Albright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Albiight, came near losing her life last Sunday when she fell upon the rail road tract a few feet in front of train the door leading into the bod room of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. He of course did not expect any one to he in the building, and when the alarm was given, the man was unable to get away until the offi cers nabbed him and landed him in jail. His examining trial was "HOW TO BOOM A TOWN" Not long since the Signal cop ted from Lancaster Record, the following, recommended by the latter as requisites for ' Booming set for Wednesday but on account of the fello.v having no attorney the case was coutinued until this morning. The result of th3 court's finding will be reported later. County Attorney Gentry was here to look after the a Town:" 1st. Men of "Push and energy, men who erect good buildings; crastination. It is only a ques tion of time when we'll have water works. The plan and rough esti mate of cash is practically understood by some of our business men. It remains for some man in whom we have confidence as a conservative business man to take some other business man into his confidence and agree on a plan. The time is ripe for thisjinitiative, and eliminating partisanship, and sacrifacing some U our prejudices, we can and must have water, tresh water, clean water, in abundance. We ned to have a washing away of our political sins, and we venture ihe assertion that enough money has been spent to have put a water plant in Mt. Vernon, for that which does not remove political or any other kind of sin. On the coutrary it makes the dye deeper and blacker, that send souls to perdition. Who will be the man. or body of men that will acton the suggestion "Water, Water" we have plenty of it but "V." not fit to drink. STANDARD WHEEL CO. :xe By John F. Fisher, Mgr. : zxzzzz NOTICE 2X12 act 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 onboard while'the Going's -- Good and get your share of the profits Ourline'is Drugs. Call and see us. Yours Respectfnlly, CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Ptione No. 39 63 r. IIP The first stroke of the brush will prove the superior covering hidipg power of Kurfee3PureLead and Zinc Paint. You will immediately appreciate the difference in spreading a paint composed of: 80 Lead and 20 Zinc and the paint you have heretofore been using. In no other paint will you find 80 Lead; nor will you find paint' of such heavy body. Ordinary paints do not cover like Eurfees paint, for the imple reason that they do not contain sufficient Lead to make them cover. You know a paint must contain Lead and lota of it, if you expect it- to cover and wear well. If you get Kurfees 80 Lead and 20 Zinc Paint, you don't need to buy as many gallons for the job as you would of ordinary paint, nor will you need to repaint the job so soon. Kurfees Outside White is the whitest white; makes the whitest houses; and the colors are all good and permanent. Let us figure on your job. - -- CASTOR A -- Children Cry C,A ST O R A OsS&h Pioneer Drug Store vRb ,. J,. , i -- : ', ;ifp ap";"- "Sfr- - MT. VERNON SIGNAL ...4 seven miles is a line between four voting precincts? A. Yes. Namely, East and Friday, ApriL21,- 1916 West Mt. Vernon, Browns and Walnut Grove. Published every Friday by Q 0. Also two . Magisterial EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, districts, composed of East Mt. Vernon and Walnut Grove, and DESCRIPTION OSE YEAR $I.O West Mt Vernon, Browns and III! Brodhead voting precincts? on Advertising rates mace know A. Yes. Q. 7. Can those precincts be application so fairly and equally repressed in any other way? MEMBER OF A. No. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION - the Southeastern of the county be represented part any other way? Q. 8. Can A. No. Q. 9. Would it be represented at all by the Level Green route? A. JSo. Germany mim immediately Q. 1U. Would not he Brodconceas-- her p'rt-iv- it head route and the Levei Oree method of ducting her stihma.'ine campaign route put half of the routing in of the coun on paiii of I ho seraneo of diplo- - 'about inatie relations between that coun- - ty? A. Yus. try and the United States. In unequivocal terms President Q. 11. Would not the HansWilson in a note to Germany has ford route make an X through told that country and at a joint .se- the county? ssion of- - Congress reiterated the A. Yes. th-- t the- only way that Q. 12. Wouldn't the last 3J statement Germany and the United Stater miles of the Hansford route go " one-sixteenth i - r--T law. No wonder he can coutinue their dipl matic through the Southern part of is desperate and daring. ter'ourse is for Germany to bring! Browns precinct? A. Yes. nndorwnler nil neks within A feller can't be hamper- - by the law of nations. Both pass- - O 13. Can you deny and prove facts and information and .. ves- not to be a fact, any of the above enger and good' orator sels are embraced in the Presi- answers? Ore? A. jro. dent's demand. If getting out and getting under ' fOH FLETCHER'S Appended to the note is a stateis a pleasure DON'T get a Ford. Now, as to the many things $ An ment of facts coneerning the dis- that you claim that we have not aster to the cross channel steamer and the many things that you do, Sussex, which the United States while we do nothing: Government considered as proving Q. 14. Have you a telephone absolutely that the ferryboat was line over your road? torpedoed, despite Germany's conA. No. tentions that none of its underQ. 15. Haven't we a goo water eraft was responsible for the line with three wires explosion which Killed a largeJ over the Hansford route? A. Yes. 'number of persons and injured several Americans. Q. 10. Was there 1000 bush-el- s a corn even Wirklkss telegraph service be- cornofput onor the 'J50 bushels oi market at Mt. tween the Harlan county coal any other point, from U and Louisville is to be in- Vernon, or FOR FLETCHER: your road in 10X4? stalled J).y one ol the coal com- A. Johnette, Ky. :" panies. ' It is' probable that other Q. 17. Was there on the Hansplaces in the mountains will follow the suit inasmuch as the old telegraph ford route? A. Yes. I will stand my fine, big Gercompanies have become so inQ. 18. Was there 2000 bushels man Coach Stallion, Barney, for 81 ft. long, 45c. dependent as to cut out so many sold in one deal from your route the season of i9iG at J. L. Plasty's offices. Red or Black 8 long, 25c. iu 1915? farm, one mile north of Level The Lexington Leader has A. Green; three miles east of Walnut Q. 19. Was there from the Grove and three miles south of been publishing some interesting - and valuable items of early historic Hansford route? Quail, at A. Yes. facts pertaining to that city and $S to insure a colt four Q. 20. Out of 135 cases of .F.'iyetle county. A big portion o' months old. Maret's Boone historical Sketches, j eggs shipped out of Mt. Vernon Barney is 10 ' hands high, and Trails and Ilighwajs, etc., is aftei on Monday, March 10th, how weighs 1,350 pounds; has fine the same order, in paragraphical many cases came over the Level bone and body and will get you Green route? form. the highest priced work horses to A. 10. be found anywhere; the big, fine itf O. 11. How many over the W. M. BULLOCK ON MT. fellows that bring the money. Hansford route? VERNON AND S0MER-- : Come and see him before breed A. 73. ing your mares. Care taken to SET PIKE. Q. i'2. Isn't it a conservative prevent OLD accidents, but not respon estimate that there is 100 worth sible should any occur. (Paid Advertiserrenl.) lycftzagym xlf&c&yc At a mooting of the Fiscal of general traffic comes into Mt. A. HASTY, J. Level Green, Ky. Court, in Mt. Yermn on Apul Vernon over the Hansford route ICth, lor the purpose of determ- to $1 worth over the Level Green Allen Quartermain ining on or designating one of the route? 1 A. Yes. U two proposed routes or roads to Q CXI Q 23. Can you tell me wheth The "Mode" Crawford horse, the Pulaski line, there was a good er there was ever a dozen car will make the season of 1916 at C. 2 many depreciative speeches made loads of stuff hauled over your A. Davis' Baru, at 8.00 to insure ' about the Hansford route and its W road and shipped out of Mt. Ver- a living colt. Season due when vicinity. Some. of these things I zyx$gx 3C3edtoJGbcrt:fi mare is traded or parted with. want to bring out and will ask non? T Criimf A.'ntfv " S ww,-t "" "wj-c A. ii Horse is too well known (as well k and answer some questions and Q. 24. Would it be a conserva- as his colts), to need any descrip see if they can bo denied or proven to be not a fact by people who tive estimate to say that there is tion or pedigree. However, you aie in a position to know. Mr. from 50 to 100 cars come in over can get pedigree at any time. 33iC3&X 2)feX Will use all care to prtv.-n-t acScroggins brought into court a the Hansford route each year? . ac9eae&y-r Hfe.v3fex A. Yes. cidents but not responsible should map. drawn by himself, of the two Q. 25. Are there on the Level any occur. Mode Crawford, .proposed routes, showing a netGreen route, any orchards of 10 Mt. Vernon, Ky. (ft work of roads, schools, churches, iff stores and post ofiices on the acres planted out for commercial Level Green route, and he showed purposes? FOR FLETCHER'S A. No. the Hansford route and vicinity a Q. 2G. Is there on the Hansskeleton that hardly had a lrame. (ur line of 'Jouch Caskets From his showing on this map, it ford route, and many smaller is unexcelh surely would not have stopped a ones? lanl-m;ul- e ffins urnished A. Yes. .Hole in the ground. Now answer Q. 27. Are there any coal these questions differently will Ir.'irse sen . all arts of, you. Mr. Scroggins, or any of fields .and timber to be reached the- County. by the Level Green route? and prove' it. A. No. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled t O 1. Your proposed route Q. 28. By the Hansford route? many voting runs., through how A. Yes. precincts? F3 : Namely. West Ml. Vernon Now, as to the schools that it is .A M 1. VERNON, KY. Phone 94-and Brown. represented you have and thelones 7 Q 2. How many Magisterial we have not. We will name some of those districts that will be didistricts? A. One, composed of West Mt. rectly benefitted by either road: Get Our Prices and SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION "Vernon, Browns and Brodhead Cummins, Norton, Patton Moore We Will Get Your voting precincts, and Level Green. Then I will Trade 3. Is there not another name the ones that will be beneQ. road routed throug this Magisteri- fited by the Hansford road: NameAND RETURN al district that makes those two ly, DaVault, Hopewell, Long roads in a shape of a V, all in one Branch, Nicely, Blues Springst precinct and touching on other Sinks. Shrewsberry, Buffalo, precincts? Gum Springs. FROM A. Yes. As to the mail routes and post Q. 4. Hasn't this same Magis- offices that are spoken of: Have terial Districtahother road going you more than one daily mail SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES way. that is a route on and intersecting your out JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. road? Answer. No. Have we? 'liner tanhs district? . ?U':A.: yes. Answer. Yes. G. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Ageat PIie52MT.VERN0N,KY. Q. 5. Now, isn't it a fact that Mr. Scroggins represented us as JUNCTION CITY, KY. the Hansford route for the lirst having no roads and no way to get in- - frPiirht-caiT.vin- g . into a road it we had a pike It we have no intersecting roads how does all this mass of people get out of the country that come into Mt. Vernon with all this marketable stuff? We are :lso asked how w made 'his firi without a ladder. For the bene t of the ones vho do not know, will give the grade as the engineer gave it and laid it before the court when it met. "For the three miles 1 ear- est to Mt. Vernon on the Dry Fork of Skeggs Creek route will give us a maximum tirade of 5 per cent. From there on to the Pu laski county line the grade will not exceed at an place 3 percent, and will be under 2 per cent, the greater part of the distance. A railroad could be easily located on this la.st 7 miles. On the old 3omerei and vlt. Wn on road in ai lcat three ,jlaee- you would have to circle considerably and r lose at least of a mile in distance to establish a 7 per cent, grade " Give the ladder to who ever you think needs it most. Now I Icindly as'c if such answers I have given and the state ments I have made can be truthfully contradicted and proven, by the general public who knows, to be not the f lets. If so, I expect to see it in the columns of the next issue of this paper. I do not mean to cast any reflection on the people along the Level Green route or their countr . They have a good farming country; they are good people as anybody; I like them as well as anybody and I haven't a word to say against them. I am considering this from a strictly business standpoint, and beside, we wero promised two pikes across the county and not just through the countv. To Mr. John Scroggins belongs the credit for calling forth this adv. and if anybody asks you who had it put in the papei, tell them Vm. Bullock. Adv. three-quarte- Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT M. B. MY TOWN. Salin, &c, vs : Plaintiffs I believe that this town belongs all of it. In the larger sense, that love is possession. I believe that I have a right to call to me it "my town." Children Cry for Fletcher's Commisdioner's sale Franklin Allison, Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January term thereof, 1916, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest; and l33t bidder at public auction on Monday, the 24, day of April, 1916, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. 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 01 a dram, lacking o ft.; thence up the dram to the fence, leaving 6 ft ; hence irom the fence with the drum to 1 maple corner on ton of a riJsrerthence with George Doan's line to a white oak beginning. or sufficient I believe that a spirit has dwelt here whose name is HOME, and that even in this era of material things it walks the streets today hand in hand with Business, mak ing a brotherhood of all the people. I believe that not because it is a place of many people, but because its pe. pie are prosptrous and content, it is good to be one of them, and to be able here and everywhere to call it "my town." PILLS BEST FOR LIVER Because thev contain the best liv er ened icines, no matter how oit- ijr or nauseating tor the weet tugar coating hides the tatbte. Dr. King's New Life Pills contain working, move the bowels frpely. The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which lias licen iu use for over SO years, iias borne the signature of - and has been made under his per-5w- y7 sonal supervision since its infancy. JU11I1I J1U U1IU lUUtLllVC .1UIIIUU1I3 ff - "w-vv " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanprer the health of Iufants and Children Experience against Experiment --- Jnst-as-jjoo- cl Oil, Paresubstitute Castoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Eevcrishncss. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Uowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA for Castor is a harmless thereof to produce the nnrt ,11. lars ($420.00), with legel interest from the 26ih day of September 1910, until paid, and thp cost of thia aotion. For the purchase price the surchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, tearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidder will be prepared to comply with these terms. G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Com. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Nogripe.no nausea, aid diges King's New Life Pills and how much better sou feel 25c at druggists. n-t- ice snmoffour hnndrprt m-n- tion U3tU'y ft DOttlC Ol UT, GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS It is said that Villa has four mothers-in 2L&ffffl& In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CEMTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITV. ! OMlfiren 5ASTO R CROSS TIES I BlackgWhiteOak DELIVERED WANTED The Man With Million A Children CASTor JOHNETTA AT END OF RAILROAD Needsja clean bank, a strong bank, a 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. BARNEY WILL PAY FOLLOWING PRICES: No. J, White Oak, 7x9, No. J, Oak, 7x8, ft. I 1 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS -- LIVINGSTON, KY. Ik For HARMOUNT TIE & LUMBER CO. $pqpce3oc Oyyyc m mooo" P3: poncqpc S C. H. RICE, Agent Peoples Bank oool i m h & . JONAS McKENZIE THE RELIABLE iS2 i iqp3QtP!QP A good line of rirviaMr VJIOIICI . -iXr--S-r- Gppcjxci rD3SppcC Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law tinder which it operates, and by the ability and character of its management. The conservative method? f this Bank, its record of 15 years of sue cessful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best m ,Qxa& Merchandise -- recommendations. Farm Implements .Cfc3D$3C YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of Mt-Verno- n soeccDflricaeacgc; MT. VERNON, KY. Children Cry CASTORIA LUMBER UND5STAKBR - P looo 00-0- 4 im: your-comraitte- i) It Always Helps says ? M. g BUILDING W. A. COX, S MILL WORK Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.f In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give CINCINNATI Sunday,, l'nii;tiii'i APRIL 30th CARDUI a The Woman's Tonic -- $1.50 ROUND TRIP the-Richmo- McKenzie Junction City -- Headache, backache, side' ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. trial. I still use 'Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." T texzzzEzz: Get a Bottle Today! id BUK JIL ill JK ill JIUIUKJK. JIL JK 181 i'l v-dL Easter Neckwear for Men and Good Meal Is Young Men at Fish's. Poetic When you get the National MazSeethe Village Car Nut if you da, you get the best Electric lamp want an Overland Car. Sound Better made. At R. H. Miller's drug A. H. Hamlin and F. M. Marsh-bank- s store. Man The left yesterday for Jackson To The Average Wanted: All the wool I caii county with about 50 men to beMaterial Comforts Count Sparks Co. get. Will pay-thmarket price. gin a large contract of peeling tan Most are installing a big rock crushing See me before you sell. bark. For the average person unplant. Mr. Gentry will be located J M. Craig, blessed vith riches, it is the mateTAKEN UP there for two years. 4t. Quail, Ky. A black male weight rial comforts of life that count. Lou is vi LLC & Nashville R. R. Co. LOCAL For Sale: One Jersey cow, 7 about 100 pounds,hogunmarked. That "we want but little here beT ME TABLE. Tomorrow is Booster Day in Mt. years of age, giving milk. One Owner must call for same at once low" is a trueism, bnt to be with2 year old mare colt. Will sell 22 tiortn 5.o7 p in Vernou. or I will make some disposition out that little is keenest hardship. worth the money. 24 nortn 3:56 a m If a good meal isn't poetical, but of the hog. There are other good cars but Ramie Shephaud, A. E. Albright, 23 south n:48 a n the Ford is best. the honest declaration, "I can eat Mt, Vernon, Ky. Brodhead, Ky, 21 South 12:13 am a hearty meal without discom"Ashby" is the new Arrow Colfort," has a belter sound to the Langdon The Nappanee Lumber & Mfg. Jas. Landrum, Agent. lar for Easter at Fish's. average man than the best line Co., Nappanee, Ind., manufacturPhone No. 8. Dress up for Easter. Let Fish's ers of Silos and supplies, have apMiss Rose Stewart, of New- ever penned by poet. ntred at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoEce show the complete outfit. It is after long loss that the mapointed Gus. Sttverson, of Mt. castle, Pa., is spending the Easter as second-cias- s mail matter. A person becomes "of age'' on Vernon, as their agent for Rock- vacation with her sister, Miss A. terial things, when won back, B. Stewart. Miss Stewart is tak- seem so mucn better. the first instant of the day before castle county. PERSONAL Of all the ailments that afflict ing a special course in Education Dr. R. J. CassidV, birthday anniversary. Wilmur Ghesnut, of the Orlando humanity, chronic dyspepsia is 3t. Lexington, Ky. at the UnU'ersity of Pittsburg. When in town call around and section has fever. Miss Tyler, one of the Field probably the most common. Its Good Watch: Just one year see that automobile you are going are S. J. Tatum was up from Crab ago, while plowing his garden, Secretaries oi the Foreign Mission causes and characterizations to win at Mt. Vernon's Fair. many. Skilled specialists have Orchard, Monday, Mr. H. C. Gentry lost his watch, Board of the Presbyterian Church Saturday will bring one of the which he was never was the guest of Langdon School been unable to cope with this alU. G. Baker spent a portion of able to find, most universal malady, but Moththe week in Cincinnati buying largest crowds to town that has Tuesday while plowing the same several days this week. been here in many months. er Nature in combination with Wednesday night, Miss TjTler goods. spot for his iqi6 garden, he found Phone your order for Easter the watch in excellent condition addressed the students in the in- skill and chemistry, has comMrs. Ella Franklin and Mrs. W. pounded in her exhanstablo labra-tor- y S. Branaman were over from Wil Flowers to Fish's today and we and ready to go 10 running as terest of the young people's work a marvelous remedy for this of the church. will deliver Sunday morning. soon as wound. die, Wednesday. Tuesday, Miss Stewart, Miss trouble. William G. Fain, of Heidelberg, The brick layers began Monday The special term of the RockThe symptoms ot this common a was with his parents at Fine Hill, laying brick on J. M. Brown's castle Circuit Court began Mon- Roe St wart and the Misses disease, which is only a forerunCecelia Walton, Ethel Hines and new house on Richmond street. during the week, day, which was ' ailed for one Nanuie Taylor, motored to Dan- ner of more complicated maladies, wfva f ,r the trial oi h number ot Russel Niceley and Everett Mrs. Delia Baker bought W. ville, Ky., to attend the meeting are many. Belching after meals, ullins, Jr., were in Crab Orchard Richard's residence on Main street equity cases. Next Monday the frequent nausea, pains in the reof Presbyter. . lew hours Wednesday. regular April term will bein and where he now lives. Mr. RichMiss Reed and Mrs Manning, gion of the stomach, and a tired last only one week. On account Miss Joe Davis spent the week- ards will build at once. of Manchester. Ky., stopped feeling, are only a few of the of a conflict with the Clinton SaDyspeptics become listends with Misses Margie and over trains on their return from DENTAL WORK DONE Court, Judge Bethurum called the die Parsons, on Richmond road. less, then morbid, are melancholy I will be in Brodhead again on special term of one week, in order the Presbyterial meetin g at Danover trival things, have whimsical Mrs. R. A. Sparks spent the April 17, 1916, for a few days ville. to get in two weeks in Rockcastle week with her sisters, Mrs. Webb only. ' Thursday afternoon the school doas, besides physical sufferings, M. K. Pennington,"" at this time. and Mrs. Satterfield in Louisville. enpved a halt holiday with a hay and with appetite gone, sleep fitDentist. The Interior Journal, in its ac- ride and picnic supper at Lang ful, dizzy spells and frequent nauAlfred Wood, of Wifdie, was .Round trip tickets to Lexington count of the horse shoe in Stan- ford station. The faculty and sea, life hardly seems worth living home from State University and for 3.15 May 6th and May 10th, Tanlac was designed to check ford, has this to say of a Rockcas- students were tle guests of Miss here Saturday calling on Miss limited to three days from date of this distressing condition, and to tle horse: 'Barney, a handsome Rose Stewart. Sallie Reynolds. ale, on account of Spring Race big bay restore a healthy, normal appetite German Coach horse, R. T. Cassidy was here Monday Meeting Kentucky SERVICES AT THE CHRIST bring good, restful sleep in short Association. owned by J. A tBasty, of Level advertising silos. He placed the IAN CHUHCH SUNDAY. to reslore the stomach to the habWhen you get the right voltage, Green, Rockcastle county. Mr. agency withGus Siaver.son, one of it of doing a full day's work, and Sunday School 0:45. wii do not have so many burn Hasty rode his animal and had it Rockcastle's best farmers. doing it well. Preaching service at 11 a. m. uts in lamps. Buy them at R highly complimented." Read adJ. P. E. Drumraond, Ike Cat-liTanlac, the ideal reconstructive Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m. Miller's drug store and you vertisement of this fine horse Willie Singleton and a host oi tl (Please note the change of hour.) tonic, is being especiall intsoduced are assured of the right voltage. found elsewhere in this issue. others, were here from Livings Preaching service at 8:00 p. m in Mt. Vernon, at Drugstore of Cashier W. L. Richards closed a ton this week, attending Court. W. M. Bullock, the Hansford Grays, Browns and Serges. Chas. C. Davis, also at Central with Proctor & McKenzie Women $30 for distributing 100 W. B. Reinke and Jel Mesdames for a new residence on the loi merchant, is delivering this week, ree skeins wear Pi oof darning Drug Co., Livingston, and Tohn have the largest stock of Clothing in town, "Cleo Brown went to Louisville Drug Store, Brodhead, jn West Main Street, where bis 2ooo bushels of corn soid last cotton with hosiery, your section. Robins' Wednesday to see David War-tieldto W. J. Sparks and John W. M. Owens' store, Burr, Lyne . so you can easily select you McCauley'slast evening. residence burned about two jearj-ago- Fields. Mr. Bullock sold this at Experience unnecessary. Inter- Bros., Crab Orchard, S. E. Welch national Miils, Dept. G 00, Nor 60 cents at early delivery. Holdfrom our stock. Prices always right and Mr. and Mrs. Meshack Gentry Berea, ristown, Pa. The . brick wort on W. G. will leave first of the wees for for the best market, Messrs ing .icBee's newresidence is completmerchandise better. The Loyal Sons base hall team Sparks and Fields have not felt Avoca, seventeen miles from Lou DRUGGISTS-STO- RE ed aud the carpenters are now at isville, where W. J. Sparks Co., justified in shipping until now. went to Stanford Wednesday and work on the wood work. KEEPERS This The corn will go to Stanford and met with an overwhelming defeat Joe B. Noe and W. T. Davis .villbe one of Mt. Vernon's pret An exclusive Tanlac Agent other points. Mr. Bullock sold to at the hands of the Stanford High went fishing in Roundstone Creek, tiest residences. is wanted in every town, vilW. J. Sparks Co. 1000 bushels-las- t School team. It was a game ol Tuesday, but so far we have been -lage and cross roads in this rrors trom start to finish with It the Power Co. whistle hurts year at the same price. unable to hear of anything they county. For particulars and some people as badly as they pre ooth teams, but we regret to say. captured. The following letter from Judge hat our boys have a tew more to advertising plans address tend it does, it is better that it no Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Krnger, Cooper Medicine Company, longer be used as a fire alarm. Samuel M. Wilson, of Lexington, their credit than the Stanford and son Fritz, Jr., Mrs. Fritz In .vas received by our Boone Way ooys. George Payne, who was Dayton, Ohio. Kruger and little Miss Clara We do not want any one to pass man this week. "I noticed in the on the mound, could have Will Do. Krueger, motored over to Ottern-hein- into an everlasting stage of hys- Lexington Leader, of Suuday, had the Lincolnites at his mercy teria. Sunday. March 2Gth, that you will shortly at any stage of the game, but our Croup Relieved in Three brick buildings are under Mrs. Alice Davis and four sons, publish a history of Daniel Boone, catcher, Dick Cox. with a sorain-iFifteen Minutes Will, Robert, Leonard and Carl, construction here at this time. Trails and Highways, etc. li ankle and but little practice, E2SHK No need to dose delicate little stomaehs went to Red House Madison Two are modern dwellings aud one this be so, please put me down as was not in condition to take care witli nauseous drug, or alcoholic svrups. Krueger't-dwellincounty, Wednesday for a few days business house. Will an advanced subscriber for your f his spetdv balls, althouer Dick Simply rub n little Vick's will be completed within Salve over the tliroat and c)P3t. Theva- visit to relatives. work. I have long been inter- put up a game fibt to the finish pors inhaled loosen the tougn, choking e next two weeks; that of W.G. Dr. Conover will be out of his ested in the Wilderness Road and 'Steamboat" Bill Thompson at phlegm and ease the difficult breathing. about three weeks. Maurice application at insures vtfoffice from Monday until Wednesits reuouned pioneer builder.JDan-ie- l ;ecoud and Dwight Bowman at ise Mrep. 2."ic, bedtime$1.00. a sound glit''? r0c, or LEADIriG CLCTtV Brown's business house day, as he leaves tomorrow night Boone, and with my wife made third camo through without an er wgrirc-untfCAion Richmond street is progressing for Columbia to bring Mrs. Con-ova trip over this road in the months ror. The score etood I5 to G in and will be up inside of next thirty and the boy home. of August and September, 1902, favor of Stanford. On last Saturdays. The Detroit automobible kicked which we both greatly enjoyed. Mrs. B. G. Mullins, of the Pine day the Stanford boys came to Walker Prewitt, who lives three into a ditch by a mule should be Very truly yours, VI t. Vernon and defeated Hill section is suffering trorn a the Loyand a halt miles out on the Dixie tied to the animals tail asa warnsevere sprain of the back caused Saml. M. Wilson. al Sons by the close score of 10 to ing. by a horse falling on the railroad Highway, bad his house and most 9. Iustead ot the Mt. Vernou ot the contents burned about noon The following letter is self track near her home a few days Oct jour Electric Light lamps game being a pitchers' battle, it I PuesdaA. Mrs. Prewitt was at ago. was said by some to have been an at. R. H. Miller's drug storo. home with two small children and "Elizabethtown, Ky., umpires' bpttle. The box score Ky T. J. Niceley, W. A. McKenzie, used good judgment in April 18, 1916. putting ot the Mt Vernon game would F. L. Thompson, Jr., V. C. Tate, them at a safe distance from the Mr. Fred Durham, Logan Bryant, Rtv. H. T. Young have appeared in this issue, but house and running back and getDear Sir: Yours at hand, card was lost, and of and Master J. Preston Young, COMPLETE LINE ting out a good many things. The and am glad that some one is want- the score course there was no way of dupli John Albright, Bentlev Sparks, flrestarted from a Coffins, Caskets and Robes defective kitchen ing something. With ' pleasure I has a good workOwens, and the writer, tlue. Fred Mail, Telegraph or Telehave entered as a gratis shipment cating. Stantord ing team, being especially strong motored to Stanford, Wednesday phone orders Promptly Children cause care, anxiety and to you for Saturday, 22, five gal- in the out field. With Mt. Vernon .afternoon, to see the ball game belons sherbet, and five gallons of Filled practice and lots of it is what is tween Mt. Vernon and Stanford. trouble. Surely they do and a cream. All we ask you to do is little trouble is good for most peoneeded before scheduling any more Mrs. T. J. Niceley, at their ele js&frcaac ple. It takes them out of them- to advertise this, and return to us games with teams that have had gant Richmond street home, enpromptly the empties. Wishing I WHY the Lamp Oil th CONSTIPATION IN anything like the practice that the tertained the following on yester- selves and removes the you success with your supper, and It was David Harum who reboys have had. The JURES Stanford Saves Eyes day: Mrs.S.D. Lewis and mother. marked, "Flees are good for a dog lots of victories in your ball feature of the Stanford game was Nothing is more important in tho The bowels are the natural sewMrs. Weber, Mrs. J. W. home than clear, steady light. Insure because they keep him from games, which I know you will Payne stealing home, on Stanerage system of the qody. When his by getting the oil that burns Mrs.Mary Williams, Mrs. clear and clean without a flicker they become obstructed by conbroodin' on being a dog." The have. How well would I love to ford's crack catcher and pitcher. down to the last drop. PennsylvaiJa W. M. Poynter, Mrs. Fanny games and watch crude oil refined to perfection. attend these stipation a part of the. poisonous Costs no more than the inferior Adams, Mrs. H. McFerron, Mrs. home that never has been entered you coach. SAFE MEDIClfcE FOR CHILDtankwagon oils saxes MONEY sarts matter which they should carry with a whoop, a yell or a bawl is a WORK saves eyes. Ina Miller, Mrs. Carmical, Mrs. REN oft is absorbed into the system Your dealer has SOLITE OIL in We are, most respectfully, sad place. barrels direct from our works. Cook and Miss Georgia Miller.. making you feel dull and stupid. Elizabethtown Ice & ice "Is it safe?" is tho first question and interlering with the digestion Miss Ina McCoy, one of Mt. Chas. 0. Stoll Oil Co. , After "being housed by sickness By Clauj Brown." to he considered when bnvinn" Cream CO. 0 and assimilation of food. This Vernon's prettiest and most lovafor children. cough medicine for fourteen weeks, our friend Lexington, Ky. The Cream will arrive on 23 toMounttJernon Monumental condition !s quicklz relieved by Esfinery aMfarren, Pa. "Boone Way" wasaole to come up ble young ladies, was recently morrow and will be sold out in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Chamberlain's Tablets. ObtainaWc sell thecslebrated 'NoCarb' long been a favorite with methers town Monday morning. He did married to Mr. St. Clair, of Lex- the court house yard tomorrow af- of voung children as ble everywhere. Auto OiL it contains some writing on his history of ington. They are now at home to ternoon. The proceeds co for the no opium or other uarcotic, and Daniel Boone, Trails and High- their friends on Rand Avenue. benefit of the ball team which will may be given to a child as confiINSOMNIA of ana ways, etc., during his enforced Lexington. We do not know Mr. be used to buy uniforms. Anoth- dently as to an adult. It is pleas Indigestion nearly always disIVlBEALER in Marbles ana turbs the sleep more or less, and confinement, and will finish it up St. Clair but we do know he is a er important fact is to remember ant to take, too, which is of great ATTORNEY-AT-LAwhen a medicine must Granite. Monuments of all is often the cause of insomnia. during the week and send it to lucky man to have such an esti- that Brown Bros, donated the importance young children. This be given to with MT. VERNON. KY. Estimates furnished Eat a light suppermilk; little if kinds. publisher at an .early date. Com- mable young lady for a helpmate. cream and when you want ice remedy is most effectual in relievany meat, and no also take -OFFICE. - On 2nd. floorf on application. Easter shirts, hats, tie, sox aud cream don't forget Brown Bros'. ing coughs, colds and croup. Ob petent critics pronounce it a splenone of Chamberlain's Tablets imThe Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church mediately after supper, and see if did work, being "something dif- everything for the young men and Ice Cream made at Elizabethtown tamable everywhere. street. Special attention given GEO. OWENS Prop you donot rest much better. Ob ferent;" and a most entertaining the man who wants to stay oung Kv. by the Ehzabethtowo Ice & See. Fish's to day about that to collections. tainable everywhere. Pone 112 at Fish's. valuable reference book. Ice Cream Co. Phone No. 80. new Easter outfit. new buildings. 79 Wallace Laswell, County Game Warden, lias fever. Mt. Vernon Ky April 21, 19 16 Mrs. Casper Adams is visiting her parents, M- -. and Mrs. S. E. up "No. 79" wnen Martin. wan to Communis cats with SIGNAL Bradley Perciful will go to Avoca to work for the W. J. vE.-JiVO-N Mf. SIGNAL Good praspects of a number of A Not But 79 e 4-- 2i News 1-- 1 That Easter Suit Easter you will want to join the crowd. We have the season's newest styles and patterns in Men's and Young Men's Suits, what indi-cition- s. Now on the eve of n, We De-emb- er at want 4-- ?. ATTENTION BRING YOUR In Tomorrow, April 22nd, 2 p.m. Come and See What a Little Cash BoosteriTickets i, d "Vap-O-Rub- " Mc-tte- aaMrraHnfl two-s'.or- y er WE GIVE BOOSTER TICKETS 8r?3qq3qccrp:: 35C382cx' GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Brodhead AftlLtT self-cente- r. Van-Winkl- e, 'C. Williapis, Manufacturers . - : - " -- a.' Jfe- - fc $550.00 ZXXUXXXE $500.00 sWksP Several from here attended Including Iocliding court at Mt. Vernon last Monday. Electric Starter The farmers in general are getElectric Starter ting along tine with work in our and Lights and Lights vicinity, .some are planting corn and most all are ready to plant. W. E. and Albert Hasty spent of most of last week in Stanford. Mrs. Ruth Brown is visiting her Masterpiece of Eighty Million Dollar Company daughter, Mrs. Joe Major, at Bandy. -- Vic Price is at work at Mullins Station. W. E. Burton, Jr., Automobile Lowest Price Produce was in Somerset last week on business Mr. and Mrs. Chas. VALVE-IN-HEA- D MOTOR ; Shock Absorbing Duplex Front Bloomer, of Elgin, spent last SunSprings: Hub Construction with Triple Bearings, preventing day with Mr. and Mrs. V. P. "wabble" of wheels and wear on Tires; Unit Power Plant ; DeBord. J. L. Niceley is a jury Streamline Bodv ; Silk Mohair Top; Crown Fenders ; Cellular man at Mt. Vernon this week. Radiator: Concealed Hinges; THREE SPEED Transmission; Wm. Hurst was m Somerset last THREE-QUARTE- R FLOATING Axel: CANTILEVER Saturday at the good roadj meet-tinSprings ; Ventilating Rain Vision Windshield : World Famous Miss Zelma Brown is with Zenith Carburetor. homefolks this week. She will The Motor will develop THIRTY-FIV- E HORSE POWER enter school at Mt, Vernon next VALVE-IN-HEAhlock test and due to the Construction and Monday. Clay Thompson was inches in diameter), the extremely large valves (one and one-hal- f in Pineville the latter part of last Chevrolet Motor Company guarantees this. car to run from week Little Miss Opal Thomas T W E.T TO TWENTY.FI V E M ILES per gallon of gasoline. is visiting her aunt, Mrs, Frank Rides like a cradle; climbs hills "on high" like level ground. Mr James Vanhook has Jones movtd his family to Brodhead, we Larger Model, the Chevrolet vhope their stay will be short and they will soon return to their less for last year farm. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Brown WAIT FOR A have moved to Walnut Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McWil-Hams- , I will be in Mt. Vernon with this line of cars at an oarlv date which will of Bandy, spent last Sunbe announced later day with her parents here. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hastv has been very sick with pneumonia but is better now There will be services at Frind ship StHjurday night and Sunday conducted by Rev. J.F.Lunceford of Wildie. G. M. Sowder is in Montana. O. B. Brown is at THE ACHES OF HTJUSE home after a two years absenee. CLEANING Wm. H. Brown was in Mt. VerThe pain and sorpness caused non last Mondav. n by bruises, and CHEVROLET REAL "THE PRODUCT EXPERIENCE" Yet Prince .Albert will show you the real road to smoke-jo- y ! sssssBrv y- "5!sssV IHu '"'- wws ' x 311! W& s &? r Tlrv IT h. vi&rV The The br H. J. Key nolds Tobacco Co. Copyright ,sssss8ssiB-',dsss- r ltll A$t&m&mtf&' 'tc $lfcr 1 g. D mits men to smoke all they want without PRINCE ALBERTnever made before existed where it was to create tobacco 1 It pergetting-- a sore tongue, without any comeback but real tobacco enjoyment ! The patented process by which Prince Albert is made (and controlled exclusiv jly by us) fixes that and cuts out bite and parch! Famous "Baby Grand" $750i00, $23500 than the nation zl joy smoke comes right to you taste fair and square ! And it will do for you what it has dene for thousands of men make pipe or cigarette smoking the cheerful-e- st of your pleasures! Prince Albert it to be had "What we tell you about Prince everywhere tobacco it sold in toppy red btgM, Sc; tidy i ed Albert is a fact that will prove out tint. lOci handsome pound tin humidurt and to 3'our satisfaction just as quickly and m that clasty pound humidor with t as you lay in a stock and fire-u- p ! top that half-pOitt- td DEMONSTRATION Jake Bethurum, CSET MT. VERNON, KY. over-exertio- cryttat-glat- tponge-moiiten- er heept the iohacco in such fine ahapc always I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiaton-Salea- i, N.C. Oa to rrrene uSt el t&is J tin ye U1 mi: "Pnxeu Patented July 30ta. 1907," which bat atie three mea tools bfxcl pipcswasrc one lij ialJ Going West? Ore-ion- Want some reliable information about any of tlio country vcM. of the , Rockk'fc Californio, Washington, Idalio.Monlana, Nevada, Utah. Arizona. Now Mexico, Texas? Want to know flomething about f:irniiur onportuni'ies, railroad rates, routes, automobile highways, hotels, res,ortv, prices of land, methods of fanning, etc.? straining during time are southed away by Sloan's Liniment. JNo need to suffes this house-cleaning Children Cry FOR FLETGHER'S Sunset Magazine is Hie one biff national magazine, reflecting the life of this country and giving accurate information concerning its growth and development. Send 10 cen:s for a sample copy of Sun-so- t Mag.i7.ine and write us a letter asking for whatever information you desire concerning any state in elie West. It's our business to know all about this Pocific Slope country. SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU Sanfrancisco I aSon.y. Just apply Sloan's Lini-moto the sore spots, rub only a little. In a short time the pains WATCH UHILD'S COUOH. leave, you rest comiortably and Colds, running of nose, contin enjoy a refreshing sleep. 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THE CLEVELAND 1c BUFFALO TUAHSiT CO., ClsvelaaJ, Ohio Leave Cleveland Arrive Buffalo - - N w 15 . aL isn-- y 2 rr-v- ?' -- '?sc".r Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTE CIRCUIT COURT Trust Co., Plaintiff Commisioner's Sale. T. R. Mullins and Candace Mullins, Defendants By virtue of a J urtfjment and oi der 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., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, April 24, 191G, being the first day of a regular term of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 3 p. m.. upon a credit of six months, the following described propRerea Bank ve : & to-wi- ty, bearing legal interest from day of . ... .. ,, r Btutj until pirn aim wtwiig .i tne lurcts ar.nenectofa judgement Bidder will be prepared to comply promptly with G S. GRIFFIN, these terms. Master Com. Rockoastlo Circuit Court. Mullins, Admrx. of T. D. Mullins, dee'd., and Kber H. Mullins, et al., Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of I, sale of the .Rockcastle Circuit Couit, rendered at the April term thereof, 1915, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale, at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, to the highest and best bidder at public auction, on, Monday 24, day of April, 1910, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 3 p. m., being the first day of Circuit Court, upan a credit of six months, the following described property, A tract of land located in Mt. Ver- to-wi- effective. Just laxative enough to eliminate the waste poisons. Almost the first dose helps. AlROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ways prepared, no mixing or fussCOURT ing. Just ask your druggist for Dr. King's New Discovery. It Peoples Bank (ind will safeguard your child against C. C Williams, Plaintiffs serions ailment resulting from vs : Commi3ioiier'3 Sale colds. Lucy E. ROOKOASTLE CIRCUIT COURT T. N. Noe, Adm'r of R. M. Johnson, Plaintiff Commissioners Sale vs : , Alice Hellard, &c Defendants Plaintiff and V. N.Noe, Adm'r. of Elizabeth Johnson, vs : Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUTT COURT The Bank of Mt. Vernon, vs A. H. : Plaintiffs Order of Sale V Hamlin and M. E, Hamlin, Defendants. By virtue of a jndgment and order of sale rendered at the January term of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, 1916, I will, on the 24th day of April, 1916 between the hours of 9 o'lock a. m. and 4 erty, o'clock p. m. at the front door of the The undivided interest in a court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer tract of land in Rockcastle county on for sale to the highest and best bidder the waters of Roundstone creek and the following described property; bounded as follows: Beginning at the top of McClure ridge Six town lots in Mt. Vernon, Rockbeing southward of Win. Mullins' line, to the east end of the .quarter breechen castle county, Ky., and described as follows: Located bottom; thence to the top of the Mead- on Noe Street, and in Asher Addition fronts 3oo feet on ow Mountain high peak: thence to the Champ Mullins line; thenee with Champ said Ne Streot, running back an equal width to an alley, this projerty consists Mullin's line to an a6h and hornbeam of six lots, fronting 5o feet each and fork of Roundstone creek, numbers 27, 29, 29, 30, 31. and 32 aB on opposite Calloway Mullins white oak shown by plot,, this being the property corner standing on the cedar ridge; where A. H. Hamlin now resides. thence with the top of the ridge northThis property will be sold ort a credward to Colloway Mullins back line; thence with the same to the center of it of six months bearing legal interest the McClure ridge: thence with the top from the date of sale. Purchaser wfll of tfie ridge to the beginning, contain- be require! to give bond with approving loo acres, more or less. ed surety. A lieu will be retained on or sufficient thereof to produce the the property for purchase money. Bid 300 ) der will be prepared to comply prompt eura of three hundred dollars with six percent interest thereon from ly with these terms. the 26th day of December 1913, until G. S. GRIEFIn, paid; which is subject to a credit of the Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court. interest which waB paid until the 20, day ot April 1914, and the cost of this "Some people profit by the misaction, and the further credit of f97.00 takes of others." paid December 27, 1915. "Yes, like the minister who got For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, withapproved sure $! for marrying Jack and me." t: one-ha- lf to-wi- t: -- the-BOUt- h Alice Hellard, &c , Defendants NOTICE. o,i1 u.nnn Pnpt-ncll-f rnnnt.v Vv ....... An- ..uu..vj, -. All creditors of the estates of scribed as follows Detroit Prices R. 'M. fohnson and lElizabeth On the north by the lands of David Hysinger; on the east be the lands Johnson, deceased, are hereby Car of J. M. Jones' heirs and Asher Addition to Mt. Vernon: On the south by the notified to preset their claims Did yon know that, although there are over one hundred Somerset and Mt. Vernon road and by against same, properly proven, lots owned by Earnest Thompson, J. W different companies making automobiles, the Ford Motor Co, Anglin, J. J. Ping, Clevie Johnson, before me at the'law office of BeFmmelt Sowder, J . C and Robert Tay- thurum & Lewis, in the town of puts out more cars than all the other concerns combined ? lor: and on th west b- - the lands of Bob beMize, W. T. Davis, T. N.Noe and David Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, on or Hysinger, containing 45 acres more or fore the 15th day of xVpril 19 16 Ipss. Beginning April i5, 1916. 1 will From the foregoing boundary there will be set aside to the vvjdow, Lucy E. sit daily until through, to receive Mullins, a homestead or dower, as she and register such claims and proof. prefers The homestead not to exceed G. o. Griffin Master Com. )flO00.y The said Commissioner will sell of sufficiency of the residue of said land GOOD FOR COLDS. to produce tne following sum of monHoney, pine Tar and Glycerine ey: Jonas McKenzie $5.88; Peoples are recognized remedies. In Dr. Bank, Mt. Vernon, Ky., $So.36: C. C. Bell's Pine Tan Honey these are Williams $ 45.00; ths first two claims combined with other cough medi bearing interest from the 19th day of cine in a pleasant syrup Dr. April, 1915: the last bearing interest Bell's Pine Tar Honey quickly MW from the day of , 19 , and stops your cough, chhecks your the cost of this action. cold, soothes irritation of the If the land does not bring enough throat. Excellent for young, ad-uafter setting aside the widow's home-Iteaand aged. Its one of the best) the Master Commissioner will cough syrups made. Formulaoon ' sell said homestead, subject to the every bottle. You know just what IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS widow's life estate in same, for the you ase taking and your doctor purpose of settling said claims and the knows its good for coughs and cost of this action. colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. The Judgment of C, C. Williams is Tar Honey. Onlv 25c at ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. t: .- The Ford puts more tire service to the ground than any car; tires are 30x3i- 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 find a way to make a stronger, tougher steel. lie succeeded. Each test that has been made between the Fold Vanadium Steel and the,steel 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 lhey 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 that change- have not been necessary. No motor runs more smoothly than the Ford Motor, no car is easier to drive. one-fourt- I h per-fectio- n - F.O.B. Runabout $390.00 Touring 440.00 BRYANT BROTHERS MT. VERNON, KY. ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION. Phone 64 lt d, Florida - Cuba - New Orleans WINTER TOURIST TICKETS NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE against Eber PI. Mul'ins and the interest, of said Eber H. Mullins will be sold to justify his claim. v ATEXASJOHDER For the purchase price the purchsser PssasssssssssssssssOsssTssF : must execute bond, with approved sure TsssssBsssssissi ty, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force ssssssssssK! "and effect' of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with G . S. GRIFFIN, these terms. kidney and Master Com. Rockcastle Cirnuit Court. THE Texas "Wonder cures eravel. cures troubles, dissolve ! H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, ron full INFORMATION. APPLYTO - Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio BBBBBBBBBBslBBBBBSr CASXORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR diabetes, weafcand lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and If not sola bladder Jn both, men by your druggist. wUl be sent by mail on receipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. 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