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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE Official Inspection Tour of "Boone Way" Next Fall tc Plannorl Proposed Trip From Bristol to Lexingtiinjs Under Direc Hon of Henry Roberts. ' i Plansare t being perfected for and they will look spick and span under the hardest, wpnr. pushing road construction work It stains and varnishes at throughout Southwest Virginia one application. You can buy and East Tennessee this "summer $L and fall, as well as all over the sI Southern Appalachian territory, rtana-sLustifffiniandglowingreportsare anticipated the annual convention of the diCf in any wood color to match your wls theguesfcof Mr and Mrs. Southern Appalachian Good J()lm Crawford last week -- B. C. Marshall Field founded his success as a retail dealer on woodwork. It will dry with a tough Roads Association to be held at AndersoDj aud lutle grand.son, eiasuc coating tnat will twelve truthst One he called "The obligation of not show heel marks. Also Lexington, Ky., September 5, 0, Mnt T. pf Rnhins.j nf Rarrard fine for furniture, stair 7 and 8th. county, were here Thursday and treads, window agrees with Fieldt store realise our One purpose of holding the con- Friday of last week, the guests of sills and all vention at Lexington this year is Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson. obligation to the man who trusts to our judgment woodwo.k. to boost the, Boone Way, and Drs. Crab Jones and Phillips, of for the value he can't see Will Not plans are being made for an Off- Orchard, were here last Friday icial inspection tour of the high raft having dental work done. W. H. It is that deeper value which we offer you in Cloth-cra- ft way in connection with the LexBrown, the hustling stock buyer ington convention, if the unfinish of Lancaster, was in town last long-weari- ng Clothes for men and young men ed gaps are sufficiently improved week. J. W. Tate has placed an fabric and thorough-goin- g workmanship, to permit mortor travel. order for an automobile, and will The plans for the inspection gvr n T built in piece by piece and step by step llMtfx. fick iu jumatiiiu nftvf naa1r f ft X4tu u. ivruiiw. tour are being directed by Henry it home. J. L. Pilkeuton was in makers of Clothcraft also believe in the obligaRoberts, chairman of the Associa- Mt. Vernon last Saturday between tion's committee on construction trains. J. W. Kincer, of Ashland, tion of duty. For seventy years they have lafeo?ed to progress, ad A. Gray Gilmer, Ky., was with relatives here for a improve medium-pric- e clothes by putting fnto added of Bristol, and the only thing that few days last week. Misses Jo will prevent them from leading a, and Christine Davis, of Mt. Veryajue & savings due tq better methods of manuparty through Cumberland Gap non, were the guests of Mrs. Walfacture over Daniel Bqone's old trail nest ter Robins, last week Born to fall wili be the deiay of the KenClothcraft sales justify oyr conviction dealer's the wife of William Francisco, tucky counties in opening their last Sunday, an girl gQ Iwq! & hand with the buyer's satisfaction. sections qf Boone Way. baby. Campbell Gibbons, living Dr. Joseph Hide Pratt, presi- near Quail, has three sows from IRED mm. dent of the Southern Appalachian which he has sold $310.00 worth :':,, L. & N- Good Roads Association, is enthu- of shoats in the past ten months. siastic about the inspection tour, How is that Livingston ? - O. C. and will head a party of e distin- Wilmott, of Knoxville, Tenn., and guished North Carolinians who R.G. Wilmott, of Lexington, Ky,, Mx 21 , long, $5.00 per JOOOlpieccs will mortor from Boone's old were here on business the first of auiX- join 16 in long, $13.00 per 1000 pieces home in the week. Mis Lena McCall, of 2J the Bristol party for ex$igton, Marethurgi is with her sister, Mrs. 3" 3S , 16 in. long, per lOOOpieces if the Kentucky end of the road B. R. Wilmott, this week. Mr. is open. be clear of all defects. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were with Timber Tba, North, Carolina sec' ion of his fftihefj Mr. Allen Hiatt, and tertained the children Sunday with non, visited Mrs. John Mullina Mr. O. Jarrett will make inspections an egg huut, and it was amusug Saturday rnd Sunday. Mrs the road is open via Blowing ropk, familyi at Quail. Sunday. The when notified. to see Wow mucii they pn joyed if, Thomas Farley has been in the. Linville and Elk prk to the Ten Rev. A. J . Pike held regular seri IH nessee Liine, a.nq the pike com- vices at the Baptist church, Sun - Norton Infirmary evc;n the little tqts taking an actat Louisville, Very r iye part in the game and enjoy- - for the past week having a sur- - mission of Carter cqunty, Ten- day morning and evening. Miss e are pleased tp inform the gical operation performed. Her nessee, is rushing the work on the Cecelia Walton, of Mt. Vernon, public that weha,ve learned the able evening was spen.. unfinished section in Tennease. was visiting Miss Mae Cummins Yell, they are talking qf witli daughter, Mrs J. L. Hugh.es, w'np whereabouts and baye located qqr The Virginia section of the road several days during the week F. p,I4 friend Iffm. Efjcks. We learn drawing pur trnpps from Mexico, ha been with, fter- rnother there wall be open by fall. The greater Billy George Holdman was here ed from good authoiity that he and some think we wU i?et a fight returned Tuesday and reports part of it has. been graded, and from Crab Orchard, Sunday. was in Mt. Vernon Monday and. with Germany, and some say we that she passed th.rou.gh the oper- Lee county has macadamised 33 Miss Elizabeth Gentry was with Tuesday advertising a patent are not prepared. We have heen. aQn tine and is doing nicely. miles and will maca,dam,ize abo,nt home f oiks, Saturday. R. L. Colmedicine. It is claimed that he down in Mexico with an armv Mrs. Larkin Pennington went to seven miles aitio.naA this year, lier, of Crab Orchard, was here had four bottles, two in each and have not caught Villa yet. London Saturday to have a. surgic- - a,nd some macadam, will be laid in Monday looking after the tele3 ZX2Z2 hand, standing near the court So if we bring cur soldiers home, al operation performed,. A mes 3X1 cott and Washington counties. phone pole business. Postmaster fyom, London re house with the life giving fluid, the we think we had; better 1)6, quiet, s$ge receive the ieadersbip ot Mr. R. C. Granville Owens was in Bards- jjaige o) wh;ich the Gi4'D4 EP as'fightingi's'hard on old clqth'eg. PQl'ts he? getting aong fine. Mrs. Unner All signs indicate and justify us Duff, who is much interested in town from Friday until Monday b,afl Nerv-pPennington has been t C. A Blantoq. L. & N agent jleptn Asjatical Pancurical Boone Way, $8,000 was raised the guest of Prof, and Mrs Byron 1916 will be the to predict it is Cprdjal. guqd for all diseases, at tjps place, was at Mt. YeVnpn healt for quite a whie, an last year with which to grade the Owerjs. W. A. Carson received greatest year of prosperity in the incidental to humanity. We take Monday a,pd Tuedy anc inform- - IP, be hoped she may regain her old Boone Trail across Powell a message Sunday afternoon that engin-tha- t Walter Liice, the ij for gnnte4 thaf; Mart has left ed us on bis arrival bapk home, health history of old Rockcastle county. eer on the Hopkcastle rail road, Monntain from Duffield to the bis brother, Gus Carson, was dead Mt. Vernqn was poming to (he matrimonial field and yjll pose Wallen's oreek, and the at his home in ew Mexico. head of We plentiful, labor scarce. the front, He said the grqde for- was with homefoiks Sunday in the future as a Dgctpr. work will be oompleted early this failed to see Mr- - Carson to learn Messrs. Q A. Blanford, J H, Well, we knpw fop a certainty the new pike looked o. and us-fo- r Booster Tickets.tf summer. This will open the high the particulars of the death, but that summer is drawing near, for buildings were going up in sever- - Browning, J B Jones, W, H. Ma- - way for mortor travel from Bris- are inclined that his brother died Get onboard whilethe Going's we have noted the never failing al places most of them being qaffey and N- H- Oliver attended tol to Cumberland Gap. Herald! suddenly Sunday morning. We signs: the river bank is lined with brick, and lat tle town Was on a eourtat Mt. Vernon Monday and Good and get your1, share of the Courier, Bristol, extend to Mr. Carson our symnsbermen twelveihourg out of the boom. He also spoke of meeting Tnesday. 'The measles epidemic Mr p,nd Mrs. J. Thos. pathy. profits. Outline? is day and some of the women are friends and bow friendly and In this locality is over. There are Cherry and Mr. and Mrs. Prazier no new cases and all those that searching the hillsidesjfor stagger-wee- courteous the citizens were, takCall and see us. Hurt, of Crab Orohard. were here (greens); the wbipporwill ing a pleasure in showing him the had it are wen,. G. S. Griffin was III a few hours Monday afternoon. lias put in bis appearance, and city. Well,' this speaks wel for in Mt. Vernon Monday and TuesYours Mr. Cherry closed a deal with f. e fee $ure hp ipy jjancj ' of win: Mt'. Vernon, but jjust wait untij day. Mr-;- Rarnbo, of; Ma.vwood, TUTalachi Hopkins lost his resi-- T. Lawrence for a house and lot we get tle pike down h,ere and is visiting her son, t). B. Pyambo, er has been withdrawn. dence and most all the conIarsha W. 1$. Riggs attended gosh, we will be going some tcq. at this place Mrs. Martha tents by fire Thursday of last on Silver street for $700.00, and Mr. Hurt was talking Crab court at Mt. YerQ0n Monday and Miss gillie Farjey, of Pineville, ig Woodall, of Pittsburg, is visiting week. No insurance. Tilman Orchard flour to the merchants. :. fuesdy. Mrs. B. J. Betbtirqm visaing her ss,ter, Mrs. J. !R. relatives liere. No. 39 Gilpin, of St. Louis, Mo., was here Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter were Somerset, visited IMrs G. S. Mink. W- - E. Qray has rnovpd of duringthe week on account of the in Louisville, Wednesday, to conTHE. ACHES OF Qrifln Satqrcjay. She w s ye into the Watqn property qn Main serious .illness of his father, John sult a specialist abont the condiburning from Paris to, Mt. stieet. Fred Balfer, ofMt. Ver Gilpin! f We are glad to report tion of Mrs. Carter, vh.o Is in very The pain and soreness caused Owens, Qf Spirq, non, wa.s here between trains n and that Mr. Gilpin is better. The poor health. - Judge Cantrill, the was here Sunday between trains. Sunday. Joseph Childress, of by bruises, man who attempted to rob the Tennessee, nursery man, is in town Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sams, of Lebanon Junction, was here be- straining during are soothed away by Sloan's store of J. T. Lawrence last weob;. this Week. Cashier A. M. Hiatt Hazel Patch, visited Mr. and Mrs. tween trains Sunday. Mrs. J. H. time Liniment. IMo need to suffes this and who was in 'jail here to a waft was in LonisyUle, Wednesday, on W. A. Warren Sunday. Little Browning, of Maywood, is teach- aSJony. Just apply Sloan's Linihis examming rial set for la,s,t business. E. 4. Ford, the DanJohn Thomas Mullins is spending ing a class in musio here. El ment to the sore spots, rub only a Friday morning, wa,$ $et scott ville piano man, was in town durthe week with his grandparents, HanBel was in Louisville Satur- nttie. in a snort time tne pains free the. night before by three or ing the week. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Lair, near day. We guess he went to en leave, yon rea,v eomiortaoiy anq 'refreshing' sleep. ' One ferny, men, th,e identity oi whom Mt. Vernon. Miss Bessie Ham- gage some of his winter cabbage. enjoy a user, writes; graceful "Sloan's pan b,e prqvqn it is learned beyond lin, of Mt. Vernon, has returned $1 claims that 'he has a winter Liniment is wprh Its weight in 1 ail dqubt, We are not informed "her proof cabbage that yill grow tbe goky " fcyeep a bottle qn hands, home" after weeks visit with, For Infants and Children, whether an effort will be made to piper, Mr. Marshjbanks, at tqis year roundl,- G. W. Martin, W iise it agajnst all aQreness, neural- locate the man who esoaped, or Thi Kind Yoh Havt Always Bought place, Ed Cottpngim,, who has, $ B Eidwell, flf Lebanon Junction, gia and bruises. Kills pain. 25c The first stroke of the brush will prove the superior covering1 hiding guilty of helping him to es your Duggis,t. those a,t power of KurfeesPure Lead and Zinc Paint. You will' immediiteJy appreposition as fireman at Oovingtop, ty. B. Rice, C. J. Rice and Will Bears the ciate the difference in spreading a paint composed of: cape, but we feet&jrt the whole Signature of &u ot our city, left a few days Sunday. Gray, was vitb homefojks 80 v vm Lead and 20 Zinc ITgMIOKDEI affair has been treated too lightly. and the paint you have heretofore been using. Mrs. George Hellard, of Pittsburg ago for a fishing trip up the river. In the first plate the officers In no other paint will you find 80 Lead; aor will you find a paint Misses Tempest Ward and Mi has been visiting relatives here of su.cb heavy Body. snouia not nave allowed a man SPRING for a few days. Johnie Bullock randa late, of Brodhead, visited Ordinary paints do not cover like Kurfees paint, for the simple reason charged with a crime of this char Spring is looked upon by manv that they do not contain sufficient Lead to make them cover. You know has moved into the L H. Davis Mrs. B. H. Griffin from Saturday season of acter placed in a lock-uof the as the most delightful a paint must contain, Lead and lots of it, if you expect it to cover and property on Walnut street, J. P. until Monday, and we think from said wear welL kind we have here, andatter this the year, but this cannot be damp E.Diummond has put in a stock what we can learn that a certain The cold, If you get Kurfees 80 Lead and 20 Zinc Paint, you don't need to was done the marshal should of the rheumatic, on rheumatic cures kidney and buy as many gallons for the job as you would of ordinary paint, nor will weather byings of goods in theCalloway property. clerk here will visit Brodhead THE troubles, dissolves gravel, cures you need to repaint the job so soon. have kept the place well guarded oains which are anything but diabetes. 'weak and lame Macks, rheumaClifford Catlin, of Lebanon Junc- soon. Miss Ethel Hayse is visit- tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and Kurfees Outside White is the whitest white; makes the whitest houses; bladder in both men and women. If not sold for he was warned that ln pris pleasant. They can be relieved and the colors are all good and permanent. Let us figure on your job. tion, visited his brother, I. W. ing relatives in Paris and Cincin- 1)7 your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt ofSL. One small bottle i s two months' oner would be taken ou,t. We however,. tiy applying Chamber and seldom nerf Catlin, Sunday. The Baptist nati. Miss Myrtle Bryant and treatment testimonials fails tothis ect s cure. never, Obtainable Send for from and other could see why a man would Iain's Lineament. ud Cbrfeliau Sunday fttttok en Mrs, Mattie Mullins, of Kit. Ver- - tates. . ut. a. w. uaii, am Uliye Street, bo everywhere. , I . MU18,A9 OPiflBf marshal of a little town e'v'jJ' Marshall Field Was Right duty' This We like this at the salary, but we feel that if he accepts the place he should be a marshal in all the word implies do his full duty whether he gets paid for it or not, and b? the that is the way to get paid for wnat he does, when the people sees that a man will do his full duty and not always be on the side of crime, then they will see to it that he gets sufficient money to pay him for his trouble. We feel that it is much more honor to see the guilty punished, and use our influnence to bring about this end than t0 have the name of holding seventeen examining trials and losing the man being tried MlS James Brannaman 0f Wil-a- t ;M3; i i i Finish your floors with Hanna's Lustro - Finish V IV -- -- - that The J. Soldby B. NOE Mt. Vernon, Kv. WANTED that tte fees8 eight-poun- d t waaw Sutton & McBee EITHER OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the x 3, x Auto Spokes I6, SIZES: $16.00 must V. SPLIT HICKORY The Clothcraft Store North-Carolin- a - Our LdvmGrst!5! -- Yours uly, STANDARD WHEEL CO. By John - Fisher, Mgr. X NOTICE that !! xzzzzzzzxx u - k-- - Work Ask " - Va.-Ten- u. Drugs. d S,r.GlKGiGl . Respectfully, CHAS. C. DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phone Ver-nQn.Tffarv- -- over-exertio- house-cleanin- g CASTOR A - :- GZi w -- ' p Texas-Wonde- r -- -- amwintB.--AAv- Pioneer Drug Store VK ML many years managing editor of the Louisville Times and prominent in civic Friday, April 28, 19 16 movements, has announced thrft he would resign his cnnecction Published every Friday by with numerous enterpriser here EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. and depart May 8 for New York to accept a corporation position. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.0 Louisville.Times VERNON SIGNAL . R. W. Brown, for Langdon News a.'B.''- K3T' - Miss Elinor McJenkin, of Pitts- burg, formerly of Farm Schoo' ju:' EfJwRvlErt ''. f 1.il its '. &&. S'JL ll m V i: Archaeologists from UniverAdvertising rates mace knew en sity of Pennsylvania have recentlj application opened some graves at Denderch. Egypt, said to be 7,000 vears old. MEMBER OF A good long rest but we believe ffSNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION the excavators should have allow ed the resurrection day to do the opening. Sir Roger Casement was arrested while attempting to land arms in Ireland from a German vessel, and taken to London last The Lancaster Record man is Sunday. The vessel was sunk. not as foolish as he looks whenhe Governor McCroary and other sends forth this wail. We are in good- - roads leaders are asking the- same bos, so don t start a rough bouse by calling us an addle-pate- d that ouo branch of Boone Way be routed to Boonsboro. Indications ainnyhammer, when we you to remit, which we are that it will be done. hereby and hereupon right now British troops and Irish revodo. Everything that goes into lutionists clashed in Dublin, Tuesthe leaking of a newspaper has day when the Irish started an doubled in price in the last few rebellion. About thirty months And yet the poor, doodle were killed. witted newspaper man goes on ler charging the same old price for THA.Y hain't catch his paper. It has been said that a yit, ncr ain't gwine ter ketch 'em kind Providence watches over im- sune. Snaix ar a hard proper-sishuViller iz er copperhed. beciles, but for fear the saying won't hold good in our case, supCumberland Gap is to have a pose you consult the printed label cement plant which, it is said, will on the margin of this paper; find employ several hundred men. out how much ycu owe us and send it in by return mail Isn't it about time for renewing our efforts for securing some facPresident Wilsox's last note tories for Mt Vernon?. to Germany advises that govern ment that her manner of conducting submarine war must be changed at once or diplomatic re I lations will be severed. Germany has not replied to the note but is expected to within next few days. Rev. Smith, of Kings Mountain, Should that country refuse the dis- conducted the Easter services at continuance of torpedoing pas Chapel last Sunday. He has been sengor ships without warning and chosen as their pastor for this any Americans are killed it may year. Mr. and Mrs Willie McCla-ry- , bring On war between these two of Pluto, spent Sunday with nations. In the meantime Uncle their aunt Mrs. Ellen Brown. Sam is examining his powder Miss Sallye Price, of Langdon born, cap box and bullet pouch, Dormitory spent Easter with her and is greasing up his old musket. mother, Mrs. M. E Price. Mrs J. J. DeBord is visiting relatives Christ when on earth was un at Cedarville this week. able to please all men and it is not Misses Ola DeBoard and Flora expected that mere men can do Hurst were in Mt. Vernon last greater things. President Wilson Thursday shopping. Mrs. G. N. is being misrepresented by some Bray any little son visited her who claim to be potriotic citizens parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. but they are simply a partizan Thompson, the latter prt of last Jot who are '"out" of the leader week. Mr. Frank Jones spent "ship and want to get "in" for Saturday and Sunday with his sake of pie for themselves and daughter, Mrs. John Cromer, near ftiend9 and they don't seem to Pongo. -- Miss Zeltna .Brown encare anything lor of tered school at Mt. Vernon Tuesthe country. day. Henry Randolph was uu from Elrod Sunday-f?- ). Misses Bryan failed to receive enuf Georgia and Rose Gentry were votes in the Nebraska primary visiting in our town from Saturelection to nominate him a dele day until Monday. Little Joyce gate to the Natioual Democratic Price has been very sick for a few Convention to be held June 14th, days. V. P. Burnett was thru at St. Louis. Rather tuf on a man here Tuesday calling on our merto be able to name a presidential chants. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mul-liu- s candidate in 1912 and fail to gain of Withers, spent Easter with admittance to convention hall in Mrs. Mulhns' mother, Mrs. M. 191G He is accused of talking E. Price. "Uncle" Logan Den himself to death. Some think he ney is spending this week with is yet alive; Bryan claims he ia his daughter, Mrs. Mary E. De not a corpse. Bord, at Walnut Grove. Mrs. Mary Alexander, after spending Judge T. E, Williams, of county, was acquitted by the winter with her niece, Mrs the Kentucky Senate yesterday of A. F. Lawrence, has returned to -charges - brought by the House, her home. Mr. Glen Vanhook. the impeachment charges falling of Brodhead, was a visitor here on the second article by one vote, last week. Little Miss Gladys the count being 23 for impeach- Price has returned home after an ment and 12 against it Seven extended visit at Mullins Station Miss Mary Mae Latham, of Mt. articles were dismissed almost Vernon, was with homefolks Satunanimously and the vote on the urday and Sunday. Misses Daisy others varied. Thomas and Essie Brown were Indications are that Teddy will the guets of Mrs. O. L. Hatcher make a noise like a candidate in last Monday. the Republican National ConvenThere is more Catarrh in this tion at Chicago, June 7th, and the man who carries off the nomina- section cf the country than antion mil certainly show that the other diseases put together, and to be -- moose man's hat was in the ring. for years it was supposed incurable. Doctors prescribed o Teddy may carry local remedies, and by constantly It looks that nomination off in his hat failing to cure by local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh No Doctor likes to be addressed is a local disease, greatly influencas 'doc," it sounds too familiar ed by constitutional conditions and cheap; so if you wish to stand and therefore requires constituin the good graces of the profess- tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh ional man you had best pronounce Cure manufactured by F. J. Chen & Co., Toledo, Ohio., is a conthe title in fall or he may use plain ey second grade flour the next time stitutional remedy, is taken interyon ask him to make pills for your nally and acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of tht sysailment9. He would be within tem. One Hundred Dollars rehis rights. ward is offered for any case that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure. ' In defining more clearly than Send for circulars and testimoniever what constitutes dishonest als. advertising, the. Supreme Court of J. H. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75 cents the United States held in effect Hall's Family Pills for that advertisers, even tho they give value received, ave guilty of fraud, if by exonerated advertisings .propaganda they have led, FOR FLETCHER'S . clients to expect more." re-qne- st nt ..' 4 Thousands of physicians and millions of housewives will swear oia-Vil- You've never tasted such wholesome, tempting, appetizing bakings you've never enjoyed such uniformly perfect results. Calumet Bak ing Powder never fails and it to that. costs less to use than other kinds. Received Highest Award Kttv Cwl Bttl Frit n Stt SUf la Piutd Cum. IKIH? 2 ss Florence Tyler, Young at Langdon recently. Peoples Field Secretary for the Misses Coulson, Newberr, Es-te- p P -- hyterian Board of Missions, and Krohn mortored to Orab vUi d Langdon the latter part Orchard Monday afternoon. of last week. Langdon enjoyed a brief vacaMiss Reid and Mrs. Manning, tion from Friday until Tuesday. . of Manchester, visited at Langdon for a few days on their way from Knoxville. Tenn., April 20, 191G. Mr. U. G. Baker. Danville to Manchester. President Com. Club, Langdon has enjoyed a visit from Miss Rose Stewart. ThursMt. Vernon, Ky. day the entire school were her Dear Mr. Baker- :guests on a hay ride to I angford We want to assure vou th we sincerely appreciate the corStation. which you ren Miss Stewart, Miss Rose Stew- dial art, Cecelia Walton, Ethel Hines ered us and which assisted us and Nannie Taylor attended Pres- largely in making Knoxvill bytery at Danville last Tuesday. Trade Trip into your ter Miss Stewart, Miss McJenkin tory a pronounced success. Won't you please convey to yo and Miss Turner spent Saturday citizens our appreciation of t at Berea, The tennis court has been roll- splendid reception accorded our ed and put in order, and both party upon the occasion of their teachers and pupils are deriving visit to Mt Vernon? Our visit to your city will alwavs remain fresh much pleasure thereby. in the minds of each Trade Tr. per as one of the bright spots n what proved to be a brilliant t from beginning to end. And v e want your citizens to know th we do appreciate the cordial a ri hospitable treatment accorded s The banners across vour m Lou Nashville thoroughfare, the posters in your R. R. merchants' windows and he school children singing a welcome was impressive, inspiring and appreciated. Tickets on Sale May 13-1- 7. With best wishes for the conGood Returning Until tinued prosperity of your enterMay 25th. prising community, we ask to (Subject to extension on pay- main, ment of 50c additional.) Cordially and sincerely yours, For further information apply to J. Allen Smith, President " Local Agents L. & N. R.R. Knoxville Board of Commerce. -1 -- North Carolina, spent a few day-- - Children Cry. for Fletcher's The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been in use lor over in) years, lias borne the signature or. ana has been mauo under his per-i4- 7z sonal supervision since its infancy. no in KccuZZ. Allow andone to deceive you arethis. " All Counterfeits, Imitations hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Just-as-goo-d" PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys TVorms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething1 Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving1 healthy and natural Sleep. CASTORIA What is snbstitute for Castor Oil, is a harmless The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend GENUINE $7.60 CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 1 BIRMINGHAM and Return via isville& 2&tfffi&&u In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CeNTAUR COMPANY. NKW YORK CITY. U.C.V. Reunion 1 -- V The Man With Million A I LV1 S7FF1 New Treatment for Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh and Head Colds Vick's i V Needsfa 'clean bank, a strong bank, a -- wjtl DKiy'VO CYttC Ue nmtfa W ruf a Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not saveyou money. Calumet does it'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. the lungs. Iu addition, Vick's is absorhed Salve Retiavas by through the skin, relieving the tightness Inhalation and Absorption and soreness. Vick's can be applied overthethroatand No Doting. chest and covered with a warm flannel Xo need to take internal medicines or cloth or a Utile put up the nostrils or hr.bit forming drugs for these troubles. melt a little in a spoon and inhale the vaWhen Vick's Salve isapplied pors arising. Also for Asthma and Hav to- - the lieat of the body, soothing, medlever, rub Vick's well over the spinal col icaid vapors are released that are. inhaled umn to relax the nervous tension. 23c, oil nightlong through the air passages to oue, or Sl.uu. "Vap-O-Rub- " "Vap-O-Rub- " the man with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind. The Peoples is seeking y OUT business and is pre pared to care for it INTEREST PAH OX I BARNEY - VICK'S'W&mm'SALVE IMK DEPOSIT I will stand my fine, big German Coach Stallion, Barney, for the season of i9i6 at J. L. Hasty 's farm, one mile north of Level Green; three miles east of Walrut Grove and three miles south of Quail, at Peoples Bank II pooo Bnitmctcflffl the-intercs- ts $0 to insure a colt four months old. Barney is 16 hands high, and weighs 1,350 pounds; has fine bone and body and will get you the highest priced work horses to be found anywhere; the. big, fine fellows lyl OOO SJjjEyHnil -- 88 that bring the money. Come and see him before breed ing your mares. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur . J. A. HASTY, Level Green, Ky. WjfLjoajayaQpti &X33ac883oc&j! J I I GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Brodhead Ky LINE I Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which u operates, and by the ability and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, Allen Quartermain The "Mode" Crawford horse, will make the season of 1910 at C. A. Davis' Bam, at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Season due when 3 mare is traded or parted with. Horse is too well known (as well as his colts), to need any descrip tion or pedigree. However, you can get pedigree at any time. Will use all care to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Mode Crawford, Mt. Vernon, Ky. V U COMPLETE Mc-Crea- ry Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - phone orders Promptly Filled The Bank of Mt Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. """ 'y&3&4&& " " i ill &MW hub m'iibooo ooom wm m mm HUSBAND RESCUED THE UNIVERSAL.CAR, is coming three years old, pure bred, dark bay stallion, 15 hands high with white spot in forehead, a horse'of good weight, bone and as-th- WAMPUS JR. DESPAIRING WIFE After Fow Years substances and in every waya a good individual, and a good breeder. This horse is perfectly sound, with extreme beauty and finish You can make no mistake in mating your mares to him. WAMPUS JR. will make the season of 1916 at $5 00 to insure a living colt, at my barn out on the "Old Plantation," better known as the late Judge McClure farm. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shoud any occur. Address, '.Jim Garfield DaVault, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Let th other fellow experiment. You wast to know what your prospective car will do. The reeord of Ford cars in the service of more than a million owners is the best evideuce of Ford reliability, economy in operation and simplicity in handling. Average two cents per mile for operation and maintenance. Touring Car $440; .Runabout $390 ! Ditctoragk I had gotten so weak I could not stand, CMitMM, Mrs. BdUck Gare and I gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle o! UpkDespur. HisbuJ Cum t Resae. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first Coupelet Phone 4 Sedan $740,- f.o.b. Detroit, - $590; Town Car $640 BRYANT BROS, MT. VESNON, KY. flgnt dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are an run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bertie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up ia despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, ia its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should frg ifcyssgy-- y ' B Children Cry C AS TORIA all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He kaows what in my left side. The doctof was called in, aad his treat it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begia taking Cardui today. t.ji lUf for too confined to by bed araia. After Advisory .DpU riUjuns. UUrl.. for'3pec2i Chatuaooaa. Tenn.. I lLai mhi.,1 J W iUiy KUOU. TretdeatftrWwMa,"MMUiUlBwnMt i I wmm, tiUiIti aibiHtM M UU J-- 2 i itBauosteMMUi MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky April 28, 1916 79 cater up "No. 79" wnen weQ toCommunl' SIQNAI, with 79 CIRCUIT COURT, prices small. The regular term of the RockMore new .Spring suits, hats castle Circuit Court began and furnishings arriving daily at Commonwealth Attorney FlipFish's. There is only one reason why pin was on hand Monday morning! the Ford car out sells all others. and from the list shown below, it will be readily seen that he has It is a better car. been makinsr the bootleecers and The Mt. Vernon Booster Club law breakers live hard. will meet next Monday evening The following jurors were selec- - Big production has made Ford Which Do You Prefer? It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question: "Do I prefer a pure baking powder like Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources?" The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind you - p. .ft Grand Jury One of the trains Sunday afterT ME TABLE. John Mink, D. K. Argenbright, noon carried forty new gondola 5.o7 p m cars, among them was No. 77,777. Jim Sexton, Jas. W. Brown, Thos I'i uortn Hibbard, Spencer Mullins, Sam 3:56 a m 24 aorttt the whisky selling in Mt. Vernon. For Sale: Two are now using or any brand, new or old, Rose, O. E. Gibson, Jesse Cotton, 53 south n:48am Jersey cows with heifer calves. It is a shame and a disgrace to see S. B. Price, Chas. Scott and J. R. that may be offered is a genuine cream 12:13 a m ;1 South what goes on and some of it is W. B. Sigmon, Howard. of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate Agent. 4.2S-3done by people who insist that the Wildie, Ky. Tas. Landrum, Petit jury or alum compound. general public should recognize Phone No. 8. Wood-MiraclMarried at No. 1. Geo. R. Reams, J. R. them as upright law abiding peoRoyal Baking Powder contains no alum Tues- Alcorn, ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poefice the residence of the bride J. S. Rowe, D. R. Gentry ple. Mr. Law Abiding Citizen, it nor phosphate. mail matter. as second-clas- s day 11th, Mrs. Ida Wood, the Tom Francisco, Isaac Clouse U. is up to you to do vour part, say widow of the late J. J. Wood, and S Berry' Tom Clift, W. A. Mulwhat you say in the open, and ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. PERSONAL J. C. Miracle, prominent farmer lins, Jonas McKenzie, George don't confine yourself to confidenNew York Winstead, J. S. Langford. O. F. Wallin was here between of Roundstone Switch. tial talks with some friend on matNo. 2. Henry Pace, Mackey Booster Day in Mt. Vernon last trains Tuesday. ters of such importance. Leaville was out from Saturday was a success. There Sailor, D B. Langford, P. P. James Cold water purifies air. Place a PILLS BE3T FOR L1V ER Get your Electric Light lamps were more people here that day Singleton, James Brock, J. J, Garrard first of the week cold water on the table. pitcher of for many months. Cumtnis, Lee Renner, J L. Nice-ley- , at R. H. Miller's drag storo. Because they contain the best livJohn Fields of Stanford, nude than any other It will absorb the uoxious gasses. er medicines, no matter how bitC. B. Bethurum, The next . Booster days are the John When you get the National Mazhis regular call here Sunday. Few realize how important this ter or nauseating for first Saturdays after the 2oth of Abrams, S. S. Daily. the sweet da, you get the best Electric lamp Mrs. Lee Carter, of the Lang-for- d In the sugar coating hides the tatste. means of purification. May, June and July. The following Commonwealth made. At R. H. Miller's drug course of a short time the air of eiter-daStation section, died Dr King's New Life Pills contain We recently heard a remark cases have been tried since Mon- store. the room will be perfectly pure ingredients that put the liver working, move the bowels freely. Wanted: All the wool I can but the water unfit for use. ludge J. F. Griffin is having by, Kentucky farmer which day: Jack Baker was tried in four cases for selling liquor, be- get. Will pay the market price. No gripe, no nausea, aid digesresi- seemed worth entering for the some repairs made on his Beat it, heat it, little car, tion. Just try n bottle of Dr. sentence prize To a ing acquitted in two and fined $60 See me before you sell. dence. King's New Life Pills and notice How I wonder what you are, he observed: "Them three and cost each in the other two. J M. Craig, Fred McFerron left last wefk visitor how much better sou feel 2oc at Climbing up the hills so high. Miss Perkins is three of as pretty Charley (Biggy) Mullins was Quail, Ky. druggists. for Cleveland, where he has a Passing all the others by. a gal as ever I see." Boston tried in seven cases for selling good position. Lexington As it passed the first man fussed, Round trip tickets to Round trip ticket to Louisville wlvskey and was fined $looand 10 Transcript. for $8.15 May 6th arid May Oth, Mrs. P. D Ramsey, living out While the second mildly cussed, $5.40 May 1, 2. and 3. Limited Complicated machinery is al- days each in six of the cases and limited to three days from date of two miles on the- - Dixie Highway But the last man yelled and roared, June 3. Account of General Conways troublesome; especially is $60 and ten days in the other. sale, on account of Spring Race is on the sick list "You can't stop it! It'saFord." ference A. M. B. Zion Church. this true in regard to automobiles. Mat Hoskins carrying concealed Meeting Kentucky Association. Misses Ruth and Louise LanFord is the simplegt car made weapons, acquitted.- Alfred Leece drum attended the Presbytery The neccessary for breach of the peace, acquitted. SERVICES AT THE CHRIST All that is at Danville last week. strength, power, speed comfort J, C. Leece, procuring whiskey IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. Misses Louana Whit head nd -acquitted. Earl running and easy driv-ing.- for another, mootne Sunday School 9;45. td'a'ri-othe- r, Ruth L iMirum ere siopiin in found i the Ford; all 'that Leece, furnishing whiskey AH Together for ft Better Hometown Preaching service at a. m. Louisville last week. acquitted naccssary is loft out. is not Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. mf ' W B. Sigmon. an enterprising Ed Prewltt, procuring liquor (Please note the change of hour,) The Fird Mortor- Company farmer of the Wildie sect'on. ws Gab-barPreaching service at8;00p, m. states that a few ears ago when fnr another, accqnltted; East in town yesterday on business breach of the peace disthey were only making a few . INSOMNIA r P H Conover thousand cars a year the cost of charged: Clabe Allen, shooting on Dt a d W always dis Indigestion nearly arrived u mii h and producing a car was about thrice he public highway, fined $50 and ight. from Ooturu ia Vednv-sArch Allen, assault and bat turbs the sleep more or less, and (sthe cost or producing one w w cost; 4fB-TSHB- r iv.:'i VsrC J is often thi cause of insomnia. Ky W&ri"-iLr'&i ssPessBF. G orge Weideihold reports ev (the qu ility ot course remaining terv. $15 and cost; R B. Mullins. Eat a light supper with little if fit) .r.hi of the peace, acquitted; anv meat, and no milk; also take n Pfiinsl the same ) The Ford Mortor Co. breach ertt g an h Evr ho y hus and makes m re cars than all the other Manly Wardlow tresspass, acquit one of Chamberlain's Tablets im mediately after supper, and see if thing O K concerns combined. Th:s is one ted; James J. Anglin, selling you doiiotjoest much bettor. Ob liquor, $60 and 20 days in jail; vrs rt J Fe'hurum is spend reason why Elordg are- cheaper. tainable everywhere. "" Sherman Richmond, for the same ing the week with Mt. Vernon THE SPY. 3mTf,lw!mJ&m9t offense got the same as Anglin m ll lfl 'IlllOi iLC4. relatives while the Judge is heie Women $30 for distributing 100 i:iJjmmmmmmw A Revolutionary War Play, in Chris Mulling, concealed weapons vC--. holding court. free skeins wear Proof darning .fee" the Graded School hung jury; Elisha Anderson and cotton with hosiery, your Four Acts, at 3V RvwvKnrlv section. Bud Smith, of the Cedarville Friday Evening April 28. at 8:00 Minus Lakes, disturbing religious Experience unnecessary. Intersection, who has been sick for XKWggvr Behind the Broom o'clock. The leading characters: worship, $20 and ten days in jail national Miils, Dept, 6 some months, was able to come to 00, Dessie Niceley, Robert Davis, Mc each; James Anglin, giving liquor Pa. town yesterday Up." "Clean and Kinley Perciful, Aubry Martin. to minor, 85o, and the same for Wm. Ma et Falin, with his par- Come and see "Uncle Peter," the selling liquor in two cases, $0o By WALLACE GOLDSMITH. New Recipe for Tuna Fish ents and family, was out from colored fare man His lips stick and twenty days in jail in each I Salad. Lnuisulle Sunday last visiting uo and bis nose sticks down, and case, and. in addition Anglin got I now AST yX .sea e relatives at Pine Hill and Covp Envelope Knox Sparkling the old black scrapper looks like a it for S50 and a few more days in Gelatine, l4-- -r TO I rAMIl-CAN 99 " Dt James Pennington, who is a bound Come everybody. Ad- jail for furnishing liquor to anoth Cup Cold water, practitioner a Ford, mission: Adults 25c. Children er; Bill Kirby $60 and 20 days in successful h Cup Tuna Fish, Ky , spent the week ends with 15c. Reserved Seats 35c. jail in each ot two cases for selling $ Cup Chopped Celery, his brother, Dr. M. Pennington, While the drawing of the Boost- whisky; Bill Reams and Alvy FaCup Green Chopped Pepper, sr"""" y and family. er contest was taking place in the lin 20 each for disturbing relig3 Teaspoons Chopped Olives, J B. Conn, the expert plumber court house yard Saturday after ious worship; Joe Fletcher, Ed Cup Boiled Salad, and heating man, was over from noon, a table on which a number Price and Charley Fletcher. Shoot Teaspoon Paprika, Lancaster Wednesday installing of men and boys were standing, ing on the highway, acquitted; Teaspoon Salt. the furnace in W. G McBee'snew gave down. D- -. A. G. Lovell, Charley Fletcher, carrying pistol 2 Teaspoons Vinegar, residence. who was standing near was caught acquitted; Roily Guinn, damaging Few grains Cayenne Pepper. Bob Collier, the pole man, was $lo; Elisha N.sJyW'T At J J in the crash and the large bone railroad property, This recipe can be filled at U. G. rsV up from Crab Orchard Tuesday of the left legjust above the ankle Anderson, Lige Collins and MoGrocery' Baker & Son's Fancy and says Lincoln county is at was broken. Drs. Pennington rns Collins, $25 and fifteen days Store. Every good cook should work on Boonewav betweeen Crab and Owens took the Doctor to each in jail for disturbing relig, try this. Orchard and the Rockcastle line. London Monday and had an X ious worship; George Rose abu spent a porBennett H. 10; Tack Hodge WHY CONSTIPATION IN- Ray examination made and on sive .language, tion of the week with Attorney Wednesday Set the broken bone. selling livuor $loo and fotty days JURES and Mrs. J. W. Brown. Bennett The Doctor is doing very nicely in Jail; The same $60 and 20 days The bowels are the natural sewis located at Cincinnati where he and his many friends who deeply in two other cases for the same erage system of the qody. When has been since he left here twelve rtgret the unfortunate occurrence, offense; John Poynter $60 and 20 they become obstructed by conyears ago. sincerily hope for his ccntinued days in jail for selling whisky stipation a part of the. poisonous Chas L. Davis, Proprietor of each in two cases; Henry Mason matter which they should carry and speedy recovery the Pioneer Drug Store, was in furnishing liquor to another not off is absorbed into the system making you feel dull and stupid, Mrs Mary Williams celebrated Louisville latter part ol last week guilty; Clell Youug $60 and 20 and interlering with the digestion selecting his tables, chairs, &c , her seventy third birthday Wed- days each in two cases for selling and assimilation of food. This preparatory to opening a first clas nesday, and at no time in many whisky. condition .s quickly relieved years has Mrs Williams felt or Tablets. Obtainaico cream parlor Judgment for $6500, was render- ble everywhere. Whitehead, looked better or balanced the 'Mr. and Mrs. J. L. than on ed in the case of Charley Baker, formerly of Williamsburg, b t re scales at a higher mark seventy third anniversary. Adtnr of Eugene Baker who was cently of Mackville, Kentucky, her .iiniiniiiiim!.ii!iiiinM M. C William, came found dead on the railroad track are with Mr. Whitehead's sister, Her son, ..stsOTgl sf X near Ford, Ky., about a year ago. Williams, and brother, over fom Somerset to spend the Mrs C. C. day with her, and Judge Williams Frank Ball, who was given a W. B. Whitehead, and families intended to come from Covington judgment at the January term vof fora few days. but was detained by business. the Rockcastle Circuit Court for Little three year old James Lov Mrs. Williams in honor of the oc- $6000 against the L. &'N. R. R ell O'Mara, in saying his evening casion had as het guests at the for injuries, compromised this prayer asked the Lord to help ma Rockcastle, Attorney and Mrs. C, week for $23oo. ma, papa and grandpa. He was C. Williams, Mr., and Mrs. John Mrs. Nannie Moxey, of Livingstold to mention grandma also. L. Whitehead, Mr. M C. Williams ton, was given judgment against "No" be replied, "Ed helps grand and Mrs. Cleo Brown. Those the L. & N. for $5oo. for injuries "ma " Ed is chore boy around who-saMrs. Williams during her sustained in getting off the tram .the premises. illness a little over a year ago, at Livingston a few months ago. Local would not expect to see her looking and feeling so good and we The. following invitation has If you want a car for pleasure join with her many friends in been received by friends of the get a Ford trouble is not pleas- wishing for her many years of bride here: ure. such good health as she is now Mr. and Mrs. Willis Adams re The strongest argument for eujoying. quest tne nonor 01 your presence away and Ford cars is what the Ford car After years of hard and contin- - at the marriage of their- - daughter, surrounded by.filth a jNandtenement district lived a family the little room which had been cleaned up, the dirt bad been washed been made a pathetic but sincere attempt atdecoration had whole atmosphere of dirt. The does X uing work a man reaches the point Elizabeth Peytonto Mr. Howard the subtle influence was effective. they called "home" was one of hopeless depression and to Frankfon where he can afford to own an Wright Palmer, on Thursday eve- - j. squalor. To prove the power of suggestion, a good woman If the homes in a neighborhood become weather-beate- n Round trip ticket H and shabby, values in the whole neighborhood deterii6,aDd trains sched- - automobile, only to find that in ning th& fourth ot May at half af-placed on the table a miniature statue of the Venus of Milo. $415 May I5 painta and brightens up orate. But if some house-ownof dirt and wretchedness, H Against this grimy uled to reach Frankfort before reachlIIg ifc h8 health has been ter eight o'clock, at the West Ad- his home, it radiates its attractiveness In every direction the Venus shone out in all her whiteness and purity, and soon the whole neighborhood it. made bright and H elevating and brightening her strange surroundings. 'The Grand1 Commadery o impaired that his doctor in- - atns Presbyterian Church, Los S good woman called a week later and found that the place attractive. Augel66,"CaUfornia, . iwgjwairmiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiw sUts he must walk, immmmmmwmmmmm Knights Templar of Kentucky. COUWVILLC 7:30 p. m. at Peoples Bank ited: & NlSHVILlC R.R.CO. want to compliment the jurymen of the present court for the way in which they have been sticking it to the Read the list of convictions under "Court Items." Never before has g there been as much in Mt. Vernon and all over the county as at present. The officers can not do it all, yet they must do their part, but there is a certain part the people must do, to keep down so much law breaking. The time is ripe for the Civic League indignation meetings or whatever it takes to put a stop to some ct We boot-legger- s. boot-leggin- -- & ) 1)4 y- - ' L e: ON EVERY ija Star Brand Shoes C Seventeen years ago "STAR Brand" Shoes were first put on the market. They were a success from the very beginning and no line of shoes has ever had as constant and large a sale as y. "Star Brand." . the bif f et and been th one aim of thwmkir of "STAR BRAND-SHOE- S. do this a high standard of To bt( v!uo f or the price ha To give iKu consumer - is -- n Clean Up manufacture was adopted and has never bttn lowered namely. aH leather, good stock and expert workmen. L "STAR BRANDSHOES are mado by the largest manufacturer in the world intwenty.threespecialty factories. Large volume, close buying and specialized labor have made "STAR BRAND" value and prices possible. cover C "STAR BRAND-SHOdressy shoe, all lines. High-trawork shoes for men. business ana some of the leading brands beinz "R. j.c R.. Patriot:" "PJirim." ES de and Paint Up "Pluck." "Soft 'Mayflower." "Stronjer-than-the-iaw- ." and Good.'; For women there are "Society" beautiful, atylish and refined "Createst" and "Star Value." For boys and girls the famous "Teas and "Sensation." Ted". - d, rm-- b d ' .Prv ft tt&ffflflk jK7 rfmM -r C "STAR BRAND" SHOES are the world's bigzest seller today because they never tail to make food the motto of their maker STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER." I n ff Nor-ristow- 4-- 7. Up Paint i jS ISiiiiil -- Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS . Pr J!cs'Si. i -. BSfm -- of and 'VlDEiYLER in Marbles ana Granite Monuments of all Estimates, furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Pone 112 . Bi-opr. Manufacturers kaaB -, - J. C. MeCL&RY J-pli- n UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER STANFORD, KY. -. H4it" i LUMBER I BUILD I;NG 1VSATERIAL irnUp Up") iaiirt er t MILL WORK Get Our Prices and We- - WH. -- Get Trade IProctbr & ITlblVGllLlO flMM52NT.iyEXN0N1I(Y. r back-grou- nd ci"ay ae j 2S SCX4 . ,k lV a si ul. $550.00 Iiiclsling ElKtnc Starter and L'jkU Ara 4 I gyT4tfgS4TV4 4 ,4 TA Life of Savage . More Sensible " " .MkJt $500.00 Than Moderns Ailtnonts Almost Unkuow by The '1 CHEVROLET 'THE PRODUCT of EXPERIENCE" Including Electrie Starter and Lights Ab- origines Ate Common Now. eory th-- t m t memsot today are caused al hi.t most mtuflv Wv those h " distinguish trie wh.teman tr- m his long ago brother, the avasre, - n'th a' Such tobacco enjoyment as you never thought could be is yours to Albert and pipe or a fire-u- The Masterpiece of Eighty Million Dollar Company The Lowest Price REAL Automobile Yet Produce o3r die ' d' (;isc"-ssf- J pv command quick as p home-mad- e you buy some Prince manv wavs w s a more sensiue oeiug than the man who made war on huu and VALVE-IN-HEA- D MOTOR ; Shock Absorbing Duplex Front seized his birthright. It has been Springs; Hub Construction with Triple Bearings, preventing said by medical authorities, that "wabble" of wheels and wear on Tires; Unit Power Plant ; nine out of ten cases of sirkness Streamline Body ; Silk Mohair Top ; Crown Fenders ; Cellular v. can ba traced o a d sordered Radiator; Concealed Hinges; THREE SPEED Transmission; stomach, and that the ailments THREE-QUART-.FLOATING Axel; CANTILEVER are due, in a large measure to Springs ; Ventilating Rain Vision Windshield ; World Famous excessive eating and drinking and Zenith Carburetor. little heulthful outdoor exercise. HORSE POWER The Motor will develop THIRTY-FIV- E Common sense should be used block test and due to the VALVE-IN-HEAConstruction arid in our mode of living. It was inches in diameter), the extremely large valves (one and one-hal- f with this end in view that Joseph Chevrolet Motor Company guarantees this car to run from Von Trimbach, the noted chemist TWENTY TO TWENTY-FIV- E MILES per gallon of gasoline. and originator ot so many health aides, gathered herbs, roots, barks Rides like a cradle; climbs hills "on high" like level ground. and flowers from the most remote Larger Model, the Chevrolet Grand tt parts of the world and spent years of his life in experimenting and less for $750x00, last year. study before he arrived at the solution of the problem of relievit g stomach troubles. He named his FOR A discovery Tanlac. Tanlac has I will be in Mt. Vernon with ihis line of cars at an early date which will met with instant favor wherever be announced later it has been introduced. It has created a romance in the business world. Hundreds of tlmusanrs r of suffers have realized the fits of this grtat reconstruct! t tonic. Tanlac is be'ieved to act moi e favorably, because of the nature of its ingredents, on ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys, and on catarrhal affections of the We are having some nice weath mucous membranes, which, when er and the farmers are making neglected, are so often com muni lug preparation for planting corn. cated to the vital organs theselves Bailie Doan, ot Lincoln countv, than any other known preparation Want some reliable information about any of the country west of the was in this part buying cattle this This ideal fireconstructive tonic. Rockies Californio, Oregon, Washington, Idaho.Montana, Nevada, week Misses Muriha and Fan- appetizer, invigorffcit and builder Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas? Want to know something about farming opportunities, railroad rates, routes, automobile nie Kirbv wer the guests of Mrs. of tissues bar been lauded by men highways, hotels, resorts prices of lad, methods of fanning, etc.? Sarah Rowe last Tuesday. and women in all walks o of life It's our business to know all about this Pociflc Slope country. Misses Rissie & Dora MeKinney It has proved a boon for suffers Sunset Magazine is the one big national magazine, reflecting the spent Saturday acd ,unday w'th from tjjose alj to c mrann ailments life of this country and giving accurate information concerning its growth and development. Send 10 cen:s for a sample copy of SunMiss Martha MeKinney at Spiro Tanlac, the 4ea reconstructive set Magazine and write us a letter asking for whatever you desire coucerningany state in ehe West. J. C Graves was badly hurt tonic, is being esptgiall in'.soduced last week. He was in the field in Mt Vernon, at Drug Store of SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU and, being tired he fell asleep Chas. C Davis, also at Central and the farm hands rolled a log Drug Co., Livingston, and John Sanfrancisco over him. He is badly hurt but Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead think he will recover. W. M. vv. m. uwens store. Burr. Livne Bullock J. W. Marlar and others Bros., Crab Orchard, S E. Welch were in tsomerse last week at Berea, R. L. a good roads meeting J&H$L F Cantrell, of Smith, I'ennegsee, is KlSrVft JmmsimU STfa DRUGGISTS-STOR- E" in this part pruning the orchards hMhh KEEPERS , he sold last year, Herbert An exclusive 'panlac Agent of Walnut Grove, was here on business last Thursday VV is wanted in every fown, .yjl M Bullock and family attended lige and cross roid in thi the show at Mt Vernon Thursda county. For particular- - and The Great SWpTSEEANDBEE Winnie Carlton night. Misj Tb brgot aad tacit cot'Jj cteaaer on my Inland wtr of tha world, Sleeping aecemmoda- advertising plans, address tlona lor mmtnirrni was the guest of Miss Louella "CITY OF QUE" 3 Magaijjcat Sujtr 'CITY OP BUFFALO Cooper Medicine Oompanx, Sunday. Kincer last BETWEEN CLEVELAND-Dall- y, May lstto Nov. Dayton, Ohio 8:00 P. II. Lean Buffalo urn ueretaaa WATCH CHILD'S COUOH. tMV.it. arrive 6J0A.il. j jrnnmmuu 4 ir'nrMi imTiiima Tima iieTviwa nMMBaiabdaaaMaaagaaMav;i Colds, running of nose, conting, Caanaartanartjafcla far Niagara Jfallaaad til Eastern and Canadian points. Railroad imaiaaj Mtwaa.CIeTelaBa ana BaSalo an rood for transnortatian m oar iteunpn. Aik . . ic-i vuius. ued irritation of the mucous mem j. rtTTT" if j vr wtrnwim tis i m o, Line.allowing ?Sljr.'lti5gASfio'"1 WB' cpart.fire ecau both artrrior and interior of Tbe Great I braue if neglected may mean ca KiI"SEANDBE''Bca.te recap! cf tourer poetaga and mailinr. Alsoaek I I for booklet free. Don't take the tarrh later e-I Kr - do something for your THSCLEVELAND P BUFFALO TRANSIT CO Claralaad, OLia chances7Tco Rrsssrsszsst&asrzssf child! Children will not tak ev ery medicine, but they will take Dr. King's New discovery and - .... y . . "V j;.-- . rwi " Nm f' i without bribing or teasing. Its a the saae. i a cigarette! Prince Albert gives X ER you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered for. That's because te it's made by a patented D process that cuts out bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality 1 tou will read: "Pr- ecu Patantad July 30th. 1907." which ha. made three men moke pipa whara "ytjk f.,. H al H l'BSjS?' FB i cuaaette Tobacco H flHi IrBfafrVgy' f A I Mi .h - " i Famous than $235.00 "Baby WAIT DEMONSTRATION Jake Bethurum, CHEVROLET DEALER b-n- Bay Prince Albert everywhere tobacco it told in toppy red bag; Sc; tidy red tint. 10c; handsome pound tin d and half-pounhanxi-donanthth- the national joy smoke has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it I And that isn't strange, either. Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-o- ut certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1 ri nce Albert at corking fitm pr MT. VERNONi KY. humipound cryttal-gla- tt dor with top that keep the tobacco in tuch clever trim always I $ponge-mouten- R. J. REYNOLDS TQBACQ QQ.t WinstgnrSalem, N. . imsmmmmmmmm Going West? info-matio- SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN j j M The Shoe I I Sunday., APRIL 30th that Satisfies y $1.50 t- -- ROUND TRIP FROM If you want atyle and real 1 class in shoes permanent com- a fort and enduring shapeliness m found wearing quality in and A 1 ouf-u1 IC Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. , I ' r . - iCLtJjf G. B. HARBERSON, Ticket AiJent JUNCTION CITY, KY. FARE $5 22 faa lffiSmeS!Sfclb! BUFFALO ""ZS3E33 DAILY BETWEEN St CLEVELAND & ATTENTION Mc-Graw- j25j?w? X5CQ C They are sure to please you g 1 because they are specialty shoes B made on the newest lasts from i e selected cuts of leath- ers. with magnificent service ! 1 value in every pair. Many styles K a to choose from all attractive fj g and distinctive perfect fit and g cutrJpn pf.jured. I i I high-grad- i CROSS TIES B!ackWhiteOak DELIVERED WANTED I f S cI the reputation of the PrAIO" Line'antJ there h8h5f (Hljrflrjjsr, ''Patriot SHOga1: pawtdo at) g g S S 15A-BUFFA- LO r fc ., w tick-a- ta a I JOHNETTA 1 1 AT END 0F RAILROAD Mother;' -- WE GIVE BOOSTER TICKETS l&c&xyc& pG&Vfi3CZ -- JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE A Sgsgto good line of General Merchandise effective. Just "jajcajbiye enough to eliminate the waste poisons. Almost the first dose helps. Always prepared, no mixing or fussing. Just ask your druggist for Dr. King's New Discovery. It will safeguard your child against serions ailment resulting from " ': colds. sweet," pleasant, tar syrup and so Johnette, Ky. I WILL PAY the FOLLOWING PRICES: No. J, White Oak, 7x9, & ft. long, 45c. No. J, Red or Black Oak, 7x8, Sift. long, 25c. Veraiifue r rnTfi' S ice me uwai "en A . .1 jjA. j r Winn dim (S&. C. H. RICE, Agent LIVINGSTON, KY. For HARMQUHf ff E g .yiMjBEg M fashlofled r our sr worms, IFUGEcw vay 03 hsnd. H gq. FR offc. wlh, Ke and he. IuJa onej happy gcnenli 25c. upply in tumps . tie prompCy. ' 'vout deakr can't came tnd 25c vt U send you a bot- - ourdnusuti or this place, and not expected to M(ss Maglive but a short time. - Mt. Vernon, atr gie Livesay, of Rey. J. G. SoTyard preached a tended chnrch here Sunday, ajso very interesting rr, Meirettaurg IITT E. S. FRET, MD. BALTIMORE. Farm Implements X$yc$x& m " ,lfl GOOD FOR COLDS. the Lamp Oil th t aouaugismoie ijnppnt in tht, homeJttian'cle, steady llht Jfimre ills by mttlng the oil that tmrnS clear and dean without a flicklir down to the last dron. PennirlmiT.I crude oU refined to perfection. Costs no more tkan the Inferior tonkwagon oila-ea- vw MONEY una WOEE eaves eyes. Your dealer has 80LITE OIL In barrels direct frdm our works. Saves Eyes I UNDERTAKER Oar line of Couch Caskets is unexcelid Band-mad- e Coffins furnished aB m 'vBLBBffaVBBE-lETv'slipv PIailaaJSiaataalJaiMa4 Chas. jLxStoll Oil Co. Ky., en. Pa. We sell the celebrated "No Carb AutoOa Honey, pine Tar and Glycerine are recognized remedies. In Dr. Bell's Pine Tan Honey these are combined with other cough medi cine in a pleasant syrup Dr. Bell's 'feine ' Taj? Honey fluickjy stops your cough, chheclcs'yotfr cold, soothes irritation of the throat. Excellent for young, adult and aged. Its one of the best cough syrups mode. FormulaGon every bottle. You know just what you ase taking -- and your doctor knows its good tor coughs and colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Onlv 25c at ycy$fa&&yvj Hearse sent to all parts of! I .he County. TAKEiI JjTP All orders by Wire Promptly" Filled W. A. COX, Phone 948 M V. VERNON, KY. A black male hog weight about ioo pounds, unmarked. Owner must call for same at once or I will make some disposition of the hrg. Ramie Shephard,' Mt, Vernon, Ky. . z wmtmmm,si.imh CASTORIA 'hOinii. .iwi.1 .'u- -- or iC - - -.- litlUZ uf to cram, write tr Sunday. Three births qf this. The debate vhich was reported to neighborhood which were not re take place here last Friday as follows ; Mr, ported J. L. Davis and J. G. Sow Mitchel are Oweus a girl; Mrs. ard was postponed J. L Davis Wick Thompson, a girl; Mrs. his been preaching here since a boy. Friday. A two days tent meet- John Hunt, ing was held here last week,. We SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDenjoy Having visiting preachers REN !C3&Xafe3C3X come into the neighborhood, es"Is it safe?" is the first question pecially those who are trying to Pf to be considered when buying A preach the gospel in its purity cough medicine for children. ,n'd prornote J;he "cause of christi-anit' Ctjamberlan' Cough Remedy has fT. VRJJON,. KV and we believe, too, that the lone been a favorite with methers f Ppon tRooms over Baker' fctore every community should of voung children as it contains ( $, people of Pbone give the pastor all of the encour- - no opium or other uarcotip, agemsnt and support possible, or, caay be given to a child as confi denty as to an adult. Jt is pleas-i- f any class people need the ftnt be, tQO which is Qr sympathy and support of the peo- - importance when a medipjne must V5 BETHURM&LE pie, it is preachers and school be given to young children. This Miss Lena McCall is remedy is most effectual in reliev teachers Attorneys at Law coughs, colds and croup. Ob home from Richmond, where she , tamable every wnere Will practice in all the Courts has been attending the State Nor-mal. Hobart Burnett, of Berta, Offices In Bethurum Bldg. visited his sister, Mrs. SarakWal-len- . Qr.7 . from Satuiday until Monday. fLrroNErs John Chaney is very sick t the w V home ot bis son, Cy Chaney, of. iU be-twon . . V.ofifn1o . sermon Sunday, r,'-f, Q l"t t Hi T f.-wW- u attended church here m H.Gnover Dontist 49-S. y, J W ig IS! 'A kV ' Children Cxr fA OMldrtn eASTORli -- m rJI V .K - " r - " -- . 3 t ?$. y r --, ' r. 1,