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Mount Vernon signal: October 13, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916101301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 13, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday VOLUM E XTXXI iH'ihn hii rfcrTrvTTitrf r rrrnn allitMMf. JWrttittl inl ..HM w ' jh " Ar i, 4im ri, - "" &&3SSS&22UXX2sSXl frfraiCJfrareaWgSi VMfr jkwtaw iel m awwm m w M. Am v A y!K mf ;m wmim KYM W : m.y-- jwz t'v what it d -OO , HViV v y -- .y.)riIfill I 1IR!4 vw Established 1837 CT w MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1916 rhe enrollment is not SnOUia lO Til wiiw -- NUMBER LIVINGSTON said a few weens ago that laero was going m ue ituuiuci wedding in Livingston in the near future. As we did not get to write last week we will now tell you the contracting parties, Mr W.N. Riggs and Mr3. Maggie Waddle. Mr Riggs is our town marshal and has lots of friends in our to,vn They were married in Jel-licTenu. On their return here they were treated to an old fashioned charivari. May they live long and be happy together is our wish. Mr.and Mrs.Edd Herd, of East Bernstddt, are visiting Mrs Herd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farley this week. Miss Lyda Cook has returned from a few days' visit with friends and relatives at Mt. Vernon! J. P. E Drummondsand J.B.Donallv have returned from Knoxville after a few days' visit in that city. Chirley Carpenter has moved his family into the Penniugtou prop erty on Mam street Dr. R. G. Webb was in Boston, Ky., Sun o, TE uavc tiiicn-- u -- -- WrnV, &-i" SKA (3 m attendance and ar0 reguiar very pia won. ing ot school nio-t- h The lir.-showed l.ir mo uiuiy cases of tardiness and v hop?, with the cooperati m ot pirj:i ul teach s fi pJ;$D THE "QUALITY STORE" o GEO.S.GRIFFIN & SON ROOSTING ft And Pulling Together makes Our Town grow while the "Hand of quality' is always pointing to Big. Values. Every time the second hand ot the clock ticks oil' a minule something good goes over our counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes every customer a repeater. Make our Store a Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get ported on good things. We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, JMrabna limits frD)!nni Ah mffW dlfL'JA ers, to have tewer eat-- next moiith. The Moard of EdueaMon is doing every tiling it can fur the progiss of the school It has added and is adding much to the equipments of the rooms and wo certainly commend the work and any interest, thus far shown by the Board. We have very few "Smart WHERE a MONEY a TALKS ;3CC&3C&PG$ edc ' 1 Alecs" kickers1' -- gossipers" and"chronic of whom we may say a few things later; in the mean time let us try to imagine the condition of this old world Autumn Style Breezes lALL has wafted into this store a goodly company of Coats and Suits a handsome bevy of. B1SCH0FS BEST. In styling, material and the little and wonder touches of the and all in one the 'master tailor of apparel" afisiocracy, this line is one to whet the taste of any feminine dress epicure. Not only in 'quality but in variety of design, this array of models is superb. Poplin, Velour, Whipcord, Broadcloth", Velour de Argentine, Velour de Ecuador every material of the moment's mood may be seen here made up into suits and coats to match the fabrics in beauty and serviceability. There is much pleasure and keen satisfaction to be gained by a visit of inspection.. -- - artist-design- er the-mark- just-arriv- ed W&& SUTTON McBEE MT, VERNON, KY. Tve CLOTHCRAFT Store yifr 1L r W Does yours briii joy to the breakfast table ? North East South West wo-tne- n commences with the first cup of poor coffee. . . are solving the coffee problem. Armies have solved it. "An army travels on its stomach" and of the army breakfast, ask any" soldier what he would miss most. Famous restaurant" have solved it. They know that without theright coffee they would have failed. t One of the greatest American judges has said that unhappiness in' the home to get to the breakfast table, slow to leave it. Your grocer has this coffee Arbuckles'." Today you can introduce its rich,' full 'flavor in your home. Serve t Arbuckles' for a week and notice how much more his breakfast means to him Bring joy to your breakfast table. There is a coffee which brings a ffiil-- v lion men to breakfast "in a hurry" a coffee that makes all these men eager Today there ate 'whole towns where Arbuckles' is practically (the ohfy coffee used. In one State, alone, in a year, fbu&rpgunds of Arbuckles' Coffee was used for every man, woman and child in the State four times as ' many pounds of coffee as the population of the State! -- .4. .. . .,?? - tUK without these 'unnecessary evils We aie plea ed indeod to Hay, Corn, Straw, FerMeal, Meat, Ship.-autr- , record of a report the splendid tilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture. as follows. few of .our pupU Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of Emma Howard, M:'.gaivt Diclc-erso- n, Farming Tools. and Geo Gchringof the Our doors are open come often look around day. Some attraction down there fourth grade; Fiod Clari:. Mm but don't feel that you have to buy,' Mrs.R.H. Turpin. ot Brodhead, nie Jones, and (Jcneva Grifvisited Mrs.jW. M. Owens, Tues- fin of Sixth nnu: DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. day and Wednesday. Mr.andMrs. Jones of the s.venth grade: D B.Kambo were called to Stanford Lena May Ulark of the eighth Tuesday, on account of the deith grade: C. McAIartin and Wal of Mr. Rambo's relatives. Died, ter E. Browning of the ninth ? Saturday the 7th, Miss Angie grade, each on the Honor Roll Poynter, of that dread disease while Miss Hazel Ponder of the 3$3C$3C9Sof the lungs, of which fifth grade is the only pupil on .she had been a sufferer for several Star Roll. months. She was buried in the family burying ground at FreeLINjlMENT FOR SLOAN'S dom. She leaves a mother, two ACHES NEURALGIA asters, a brother, and friends and relatives to mourn her death This dull throb of neuralgia is fohn Lear was called home Fri- quickly Sloan's relieved by day on account of the illness of his Liniment, the universal remedy mother, Mrs. T.B. Lear Mrs. B for pain. Easy to apply: it H. Griffin, after a few days visit fuik!y penetrates without rubWhen you wera a little fellow at school with relatives here has returned to bing and S( othes the sore mus remember how proud and independent vJovington. W. M. Hinginswas cles. Cleaner and more prompt you felt the few times you knew your lesjailed to Norton a few days ago on ly effective than mussy plasters even loved your tcachei 'i son iccount of the serious illness ot or ointments; dose not stain the 'T was pretty hard to stop playing to nis brother. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. .kin or clog the pote For stiff study but it didn't take long, and you Hilton are visiting relatives in muscles, rheumatism, chronic were hapoier all day. Things haven't Stanford for the past few days. iout, lumbago, sprains and strains r lee changed much. Just a few more days and the t it quickly gives relief. Sloan's uou will be here and every voter Liniment reduces the pain and You are still in school -- but ARE YOU should study the question well be inflamation in insect bites bruises, studying the lessons of your business life? fore that day, which he prefers, Dumps and other minor injuries The probloms are pretty hard the hours .peace or war. Then, if he is for to children. Get a bottle are long, but most teachers are patient and jeace vote for Wilson, the greatesi at your Druggist, 25c. really want to help you LEARN the lesman since George Washington, a son of SAVING its the A B C of BUSIman that has stood between the NESS and X Y Z of HAPPINESS. merican people aud war. a man that stood between Wall street The revival that is being con ' and the people, when Wall street ducted at Mt. Pleasant by Rev A'anted to call in the money; who Thornton, of Preachersville, is averted one of the worst strikes largely attended and there has OUR OFFICERS : that could have visited tie United already been several additions to U. G. BAKER Presdt. F. L. THOMPS0NCashier. States? A man that has always the church Vic Price is spend J. P. E. DUMMOND. V. P. FLOYD MILLER Asst. Cash. stood for peace and been a friend ing the week with his mother here to the great common people, a man Miss Ola DeBord was with home ALL THE DEPARTMENTS OF A BANKING INSTITUTION- that has run the government with folks last Saturday and Sundav. the aid of congress without a dic- Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Brown and tator. Conductor Shamrock little son have returned home. (Patch Nose) and crew, including Charlie L. Davis, of Mt Vernon Bob Ghappell, Congressman Warn spent the latter part of last week pus, Jim Devatilt on the ir ar with his Mrs. GlaryThomp rival at Livingston, Wednesday son. O.H. DeBord and Ovie Bulp m., were jomed by Joe Otnary. lock spent last week in Cincinnati . AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES Mrs. F. E- - Mullins and son, of Buck Welch, W R. Ward, John Mullins, Geo.Griffin, J.H. Brow'n-ing- , Mullins Stations, were visitors here ARE WHAT CHILDREN NEED Miss Flora Hurst was W.H.Cottongim and ye writet TUESK DAYS spent a most pleasant night onthe in Mt.Vernon last Thursday. noted Wild Cat mountain, where Mr and Mrs. Eugene McWilliams IS they found some old musket balls and childen, of Bandy, Mr. and 5 many other old war relics, Mrs. Wtn.rl. Btpwn and daughter. and AND WE ARE ALWAYS 'GLAD which will be ou exhibit at G. S, Miss Essie and" Edd Brown, of TO SHOW YOU WHAT Griffin's store, where everyone in Willailla, spent last Sunday, with VVE HAVE thecouhtv should call to see them. Mr.and Mrs. Henry Todd. Mr. When we look across this broa t and Mrs. J. L. Thompson spent SCHOOL BOOKS ARE SOLD land of ours and find all willing Tuesday night and Wednesday STRICTLY FOR CASH TO ALL hands employed and getting bet with their daughter, Mrs G. N. ter wages than ever known; then Bray, at Wabd. Last Saturday look' at the farmer and we find was school electfon here and W. him getting better prices for his F.DeBord was elected trustee. stock and what he raises than Mrs. W. T. BeBord has been sick Burton and H CHAS. L. DAVIS. Proprietor Phone 87 ever before, and last but not least for several weeks. seem ' to be in the pro wheu we look at a daily newspaper Mullins seen and see the terrible slaughter of duce business as they are with a drove of geese. C. E. war, then it is we can truthfully daily say. elect Wilson and we will have Mullins, the drummer, made his yF J' mi02ytJ ll n.li good old times. On the 7th regular trip thru here Tuesday, those very busy preparof November go to tho polls and The farmers are to sow wheat, getting wood, vote for Wilson, peace, plenty and ing prosperity. David Smith, a boiler making sorghum, etc. Sam has been visiting his sismaker, of Corbin, has moved his Our line of Couch CaskeUW Wil-borfamily there and accepted u posi- ter, Mrs. W. L. DeBord, at Miss Daisy Thomas spent is uuexcelld tion at the round house.-,vWweli1TK Hand-mad- e 5ntnrHn.tf nipht and Sundav with Coffins furnishec l come them to our tov$r;,,L. L. Miss Rhoda Birton at Walnut Reynolds visited his son. Alvln. at Hearse senl to all parts of Wild'ie; this week -Colby Hay?e, Grove f ;the County. of Ash Grove, Missouri, is in our town' visiting his brother, J. B. All orders by Wire PromptlyFilled I Hayse. He left this county about Tor Lafants and Children, fifteen years ago from the FreeThB KM Yqm Have Always Bmkri dom s- ction. MT. VERNW, KY., Phone 94-Bears the y The School at this place is pro Igressiug fairly well p.nd while Signature of GEp. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentucky You Remember Do to-da- y LEVELGREEN THE PEOPLES BANK vnrTy si-.te- r, SCHOOL OUR STOCK books! COMPLETE iXSISaX last-weef- r. I Pioneer Drug Store ??'" W." E Mc-Kinn- I UHDBRTAKBR jjBMyig n. e CASTOR A & t ffjiTiwir S Wi A. COX,' - u "S.-- 1 .'-- K Jj&"? A ,. " t,.w- 1W v jury VERNON SIGNAL'liuson - fulfi,,ed and never iuujiiv ueie iu ivjuny ru u; iuai iuia ilc witsuu uu- redeemed, the Dem said 10 be the shak'i'ii-- car in the' ministration FridaV, Octt. 18, roi6 market, and every oie in the ocratic promise to do that a d ' j party were actually able to made the Party's word jicd Published every Friday by breathe fairly well a lew moments within two years after coming EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. after their arrival here and. as- - into power. tonishing to relaie, said th yen- For a core of years Repnbli-joye- d $I.O UBSCRIPTION ONR YEAR their trip. cn Conventions have ben promising rural ere 'it legis We may be mistaken, but it Advertising rates maae known on peared to us moun umeers that lition. but each time bn ke deliberately their nlemn pledge to the peo- these articles are application i aimed to discredit the easteru pie made. in an attempt to influence! The W'lson administration en route MEMBER OF future trouble beween the north acted the much needed law to fNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION and south and south east, to t e financially unshackle business diverted via Louisville and the and it has done so with im- -' western route. to mene benefit. merchants - manufacturers, It is true that between Louiscontractors, mater' villeand Nashville they have re ial men and all classes o actpo constructed the larger portion of business men. thereby redeeming their old roads and made them Democratic piomises, and in a good, but they are not thru from few months the farmers will STATEMENT with Ihe oppressive restrictions re OP THE OWNERSHIP, MAN- Nashville to Chattanooga Dixie by a long shot. The moved from their financial CIRCULATION, the AGEMENT route had tp construct fairs ECT.. REQUIRED BY THE outright more titan i5 miles of. The Republican Partv prom ACT OP CONGRESS OF AUG. highway thru the mountains, lsed the ptopleof the United 24, iq:2. Delays, that werr ona voidable, States, time and again an Ameri of the Mt Vernon Signal, published have occured in the completion can merchant marine, but never weekly at Mt. Vernon, Ky , for thereof, but nearly every nvle is' once kept a line or word of that under contract and construction is promise, although in power for' October 191 6. ptogressing all along the line and forty years." The merchants Publisher, Editor. Managing Editor, Business Manager, E S before this time in Igl7 the marine is the hrst step in tree Albright. Mt. Vernon, Kv. Own Dixie Boone and Dixie High- ing the people from the shackies way wi'l be completed thru the. of foreign and domestic ocean er, E. S. Aibnght. Jondhold Cumberlands, and Mr. Wallace combines. The present Demo- ers, Mortgages, ect. None. will find markers thereon to cratic administration has passed Signed guide him and his car thru the' the much needed law and it is E S. Albright of a promise Cumberlands into the Appalachi-- . the fulfillment .1 Subscribed and sworn to befois aus and the "Land of the Sky "i made to the country in convenrae on this the 3rd day of October or into Dixie, where we hope hetion assembled. It is a move i9iG will try and give justice to the, in the right direuion and for Fred L Durham, N. P. route that means so much to the' the benefit of the people These My Commission expires sre facts worth knowing and mountain people. Feb. 16, 920. It is & common belief down easy of convincing proof. No legislation by Mr. .Hughes here, that it is a deliberate scheme During the past several months in the publication of these articles and h:s Party will compare in Tom Wallace, a wiiter for the describing the mountain route to benefits to the people as the leg Courier Journal, has written a its discredit for the advantage islation ot the Democrats under e of the western route, but it wont the guiding hand of President number of interesting articles to the! the Dixie Highway," deal woik. Truth is mighty and will Wilson, which gave ing with its Western loop or prevail. The many attractions country the Federal Reserve Louisville and Nashville division, and points of historic interest a Banking System, the Income graphically depicting historic and long the "scenic route" will Tax measure, the Farmers Loan everyday scenes, cities, ect., be- bold its own against all comers. System, the Shipping Bill, the tween the above points praising We dont have to show the de- Parcel Post Act and various the public spirit and enterprise, merits of other routes to gain other wholesome legislation. of the citizens of the various favor for ours, and many are Saturday Oct 14th. is national counties through which it passes, loatn to believe so great a paper thru as the Courier Journal would Candy Day. Buy a box for in pushing the highway their domains, and in the var- father such a move or allow itself mother, wile, or sweetheart ious write ups, usually seemed to be hoodwinked, hut until that Attractive boxes 75c. pound at to attempt to leave the impres- paper denies the imputation, one Drummond's store. sion that this particular divis- naturally may form a conclusion HEAD OF THAT ion, in question, is the Dixie not creditable to that widely read COUGH sang journal. Highway. The reporter At the first sign ol sore throat, praises for everything on that light chest or stuffed up head line. This writer contributesan FACTS WORTH KNOWINC. take a dose of Dr. Bell's Pine article to Sunday's issue of his p:ne-tar- , The Wilson administration The healing paper, of October 1st on a trip has given much attention to af soothing honey and glycerover East division of Dixie High fairs directly affecting the peo ine quickly relieve the congesway, starting from Covington, and Kentucky. It appears that he ple of the United States, their tion loosen the phlegm life, break up your cold. Dr. Bell's home life, their business was scarcely out of that city, on y has all the benhis way south until he had out their advancement and their Pine prosperity. efits of the healing aroma from a his hammer and began knockWhat was done for the peo- pine forest, it is pleasant to take ing this loop of the highway in while the Party of Mr. and antiseptic. The tormula on steag of using it upon his canta- ple Hughes was in power? For the bottle tell why it relieves loupe machine, "(.Rocky Ford)ot forty years the Republicans COughs and colds, At your Dri g- tin lizzie. One of his discoveries promised the country currency gist, 25c. was that fthe road is crossed at grade by railroad about thirty times between Covington and the north boundary of Scott county." (of which Georgetowu is the county seat.) The road crosses the railroad over bridges when ever it is not being crossed by the tracks. A majority of the bridges are approached on sharp curves and must be taken .lowly if taken at all. I saw a gap in the railing of a bridge over a deep as you never thought cut, but no remains of a car or fvJ could be is to driver appeared in the cut." This and many other things of a command quick as 'knocking" nature calculated t you buy some Prince discredit the eastern route ap Albert and fire-u- p a pears in the articles. 'Some home-mad- e pipe or a creditable pictures were shown cigarette! along with article and sevetal complimentary things like the Prince Albert gives cow's kicking over a filled milk you every tobacco sat-t a-! s J 0ctober " '' "ho broufe'lulreforms & of his &. "Oh Look! they I can eat 'em all won't hurt me! That's be cause they're made with Calu met - and that's why they're pure, tempting, tasty, whole some that's why they won't hurt any kid. -J- Sam Mahorg is making good use new P. rd while the road-argood. Csh Hiatt was callert to Danville, Ky.. Saturday, on ac count of the sudden death of hi fdtherinlnw. Jeff Hnltnan school trustee, Saturday Quite h lot of our men went Stanford court, Monday, and ton with them old Uncle Frank Adan our t nst i'd bachelor A girl Chas. Sargent ii very sick at thi-w- n ing -- tJnrrv Jones sold a mart to M R Pawel $150. Loga Bryant was here yesterday seeing , if auy one else wanted a b'ord this fall AG Crider and wife, Sam Maha'g and lamily, A.M. Hiatt atid others, motored over to Stanford Sunday to try the good road in Two tram- Lincoln conn y went to the home ot Henrj Hy singer last Fridav and one of them went to where Henry was at work and held a conversation while the other one went in the e war-electe- d f-- H1A1 T Children Cry for Fletcher's iOImvC SCC9K!aSiKmYadeBt!MNeH!lWSiMh3KKK r The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been has iu use for over SO yearsnas borne the signature ot ana been maae under bis sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and. Children Experience against Experiment. per-jZjri-- jS. ZA Just-as-goo- d" ! I Ofl, PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains 'neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor is a harmless Received Highest Award Kiw Cut BmI Fru 5i$ Silt in Ptund Can. JciHPi pCr2l was carrying it away when Henry saw him. But Henry took h- good old trusty shot gun anc made him glad to give up the goods with a promise not to bother him or any one else living on this ridge. Rav Maharg has come home from Berea Collpge to sa at home for a while. GENUINE CASTORIA fBears the Signature of ALWAYS Quz&zffl&tM In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought The depot ha-- - been repainted inside and out, including thi roof, and looks as spick and span as the traditional nev pin. M" l's?? K3 1 1 CONSTIPATION DULLS YOUR BRAIN That dull listless, oppressed feeling is due to impurities in your system, sluggish iiver, clog ged intestines. Dr. King'r New Lite Pill give prompt relief. A mild easy, bowel movement will tone up vonr system and help to clear your mudd pimply complexion. Get a bot tie of Dr King's New Life's Pill to day at vour Druggist, 20c. A will make yon dose cheerful at breakfast. non-gripin- kLiooo jmm o-o- o St is Lllftii-nva6- L ifcl.WMwyi.O l 'A-lon- CHC g Clean, Strong and Safe The standing or a Bank is determined by the law under whichit 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 Cheap and big canBaldngPowders do not saveyou money. Calumetdoes it'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. to-nig- ALL-WINTE- R Tar-tjone- y. Tar-Hone- POR SALE One farm of I29 acres located one and one half miles f:mn Pine 1 Hill, Rockcastle Co, Kentucky. MORNOne mile trom Dixie High Wav 3 miles north of Livingston. DO acre. under fence op acres in cultiva tion and pasture. One good six room dwelling house. Barn and TODAY necessary out biddings, one 4 house, good wells room I have a Fresh Lot of at both places. Plentv of fruit, a splendid vein of coal under Concord lying the whole farm, opened up in Party Baskets. and in good running condition. There is good sile for the coal at both Pine Fl ill and Livingston Some timber on the place One mile to church, i miles 1 to school. For further information, call or address. Fresh Meats, E- - B. Cox Mt Vernon, Ky. Steak, Sausage, etc Some years aj;o a pencil sharpener cost $7. f0. Thev are being sold for Si today. Most offices, husinessh-juseand many a 'dew and Delicious individuals have them. GOOD ING MADAM recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of Mt.Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. m J OOO01 Grapes Monday and ! Tuesday will have mm iiooo$H w - Ml Imm Pork HUSBAND RESCUED Wednesday Make-Frien- d DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging I s 1 - m Brand of Steel Cut Coffee at a Price Everyday Something flew and Good to Eat had gotten so weak I I could not stand, Condition, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. and gave up in despair. I com- At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and dose, I Such tobacco enjoyment yours AWLwLml Gp?fF2SS-CSS?2vJif? Husband Cams to Rescue. menced taking it. From the very first could tell it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without it DRUMMDNDS Pure, Ffessh and Clean Store, letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with v;omanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped Catrcn, Ky. In an interesting 1 EBIHHHH could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist hat this time, 1 in my left side. sold Cardui for years. it will do. mend it. Write He knows what He will recom- The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After tat, nothing seemed to do me any good. Ask him. TrMtacst fw Wmms." teat la tjtrKTA-rWiWat- Begin taking Cardui today. to: Qutunooca Milcln Co.. Ladlft Advisory .Dcpt.. Qutunooci. Term., for SpecWH Instructions en your cue and book. Homt ce Uin ra(r. 4 bucket. This writer's article on the second lap or journey Irom Le inzton to London over Dixie de scribed in Sunday's Courier Journal of October 8th. was a contin uation of some good things and numerous hammerings. His failure to reach Mt Vernon de-touri- over Dixie Highway - and his via Brodhead after reach ing Rouud. Stone, seven miles north of Mt Vernon Is in some what of a humerous vein though not at all pleasing to us mount aineers. This writer was within one mile of the point to where Dixie Highway had been g reded from Mt. Vernon and why any one should have told him that he could not travel over it is beyond us." His getting stuck in the mud and getting horses for motive powers is humorously portrayed. This route was gone over from Richmond to Mt. Vern m within three hours by R. B. Mul isfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered for. That's because it's made by a patented WMmlS V process that cuts out bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I te gPP T.....OCO. of U.U tidy red tin you will read: "Pro-- On th. revert tide ce Patented July 30th. 1907." whici. has mad. thru men moke pipe wh.r. I tB 'ojHffl iKllM afi! fflgbW, 'Sillft MW t 9, 111 ' ll1 . naok.d biori ' mSWBW, HSR BRSSPfHS IWS'ajRNlNti'BPEJlD Ml B! H H H H Quality Makes The Virginia Glove Popular Why experiment with gloves of unknown reputation when for the same money you can buy a &love of known merit ( PURE & FRESH DRUGS Your Prescriptions Med by an experienced man We want your business Don't forget to ask us about or the national joy smoke has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it I . rF And that isn't strange, either. Men who think they can't smoke a 'pipe or roll a cigaMay Prinem Albert rette can smoke and wjll smoke if they use Prince (6acco U mU in Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a;try-ortnt bmgt, Set tidy ? ttppy tint, IQe; hmJfmm pound certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment mud tin hmmi' coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. mnd that corking fin dr pound crytal-gla! . Prince Albert tobacco will tell its- own story with momry-wshtr- m rinee Albert - the Virginia. Only the finest skins of the best French kid are used in the making of this brand. colors. Kodaks Kodaks ut range of popular stylish We present a wide hmU-peu- nd i M hmmi-$- hr R.H. MILLER, tp tkmt kpa th pnge-moisten- tr tobacco R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CQ Win.ton-$lem- , N. C Mt. Vernon, Ky. Druggist, K ) r ' .) Dr. Harry C. Weber. Rubber plant for sale.,. Address State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Many persons in Chrk and HE :,I ucas County, ss.-.- . Dr. Harry- C. . Weber, long Box 37 Mt. Vernon.-- . other central K ntuckv counties wa'tcfiingrTbe progress , of prominent in .the medical proFrank J. Cne'ne'y ': makes oath A. F.. Sanford of Rnoxyille who Mt. Vernon KY. Oct 13., 1916 are" road construction in the moun- fession of Louisville and formerly made the preliminary inspection that he is the' senior partner of a the up"No.79" wnenyA tains. .Numbers intend to invest old member of the faculty ofMed- trip over East Dixie Highway, the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., 2 in farmlands down here as soon Kentucky School of wan toCommunifrom Chattanooga doing business in the City of Toten days-ince- , cate with SIGNAL icine, died of uraemic poisoning via Cumberland Gap. Mt Vernon ledo, County and State aforeas we get good roads. Land values in the blue grass runs in at 9:o5 o'clock this morning at his Lexh,Rlon to Cincinnati with said and that said tinu will pay per acre hu.ii, v we oi. value from 80 to $3oo pre5ident M. M. Allison, has the sum of ONE HUNDRED strppT and is beyond the pocket books sent out quantities of newspaper DOLLARS for each and every He had suffeied slightly from dippingS many who have from $1 000 of describing tl ,., trip. case of Catarrh that cannot be , ,.v.., p.....v,u-- n, .jjg prsiaent expres-.eto $4.ooo to put into farm land satis cured by the use of HALL'S LCU V LLC &. NASHVILLE R. R. CO. his being stricken seriously ill faction over the progress of con- CATARRH CUKE. FRANK I. of reasonable price. since September 28. His condiT ME TABLE. If you expect to find the Signal tion reached a serious state al struction thru the mountains CHENKY. d Sworn to b'f re me ahd between Knoxville and Mt Ver22 norm P m in your box on publication days, most immediately and since Sun- - non, on which division a million 111 my presence, this Gth 3:5(5 a m look out about that subscription. 24 norm day he has been in an uucon-o- f and A. D. 1886 A. five hundred thousand day of 23 s .uth n:U a m We have some few who aie more scious condition most the dollais is being expended in the W. GLEAPON. 12:13 a m than a year .behind. We know 21 Smth time. Hope for him was aban- (Se. 1) Notary Public Landrum, Agent. some of these want the paper to aoneu iuesuay anu nis motner, good road cause Tas. Aiill's Catarrh Cure is taken keep coming. Now plain talk is New Patterns Ladies Collars, Phone No. 8. Mrs. Sarah Weber, and sister. internally and acts through the the easiest understood. All who Mrs. Sam Lewis, of Mt. Vernon, 25 and 50c. at Drummond's Bio-on the Mucous Surfaces the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potofice are as much as one year in arrears Snteti-at t Ky., joined .his wife at his bed''Teddy'' Roose- of the System. mail matter. 13 us second-clas- s on Nov. 1st. will be dropped from Send lor testibrother-in-la- w, side. His James velt will speak at Corbin, at monials- free. JCW WM,TrS $ tne list. Paper costs too much TffVHTy B. Robinson, v. prominent bus- ll:3o next Wednesday. He will V. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O. PERSONAL any subsrriber who gets to cai-riness man of Chattanooga, Tann., tnvel in a special train and will Soid by all drnggist. 75c. as much as a year or more bemake a 10 minute stop at Mt. Hall's Family Pills for ('rant Banks is able to be out hind. We want jTou on the list,, arrived here Thursday afternoon. Vernon about 2 p. m, next, WedDr. Webe was 46 years old and but if you want to stay on the a again. native of Mt. Vernon, Ky., being nesday. It has been several Mrs. T. D. Mullius is among list please mail us your check to a son of the late William M.Weber, months, yes years, since Mt Fish's is sweater headquarters. for the amount due on your paper the sick this week. Veruon has had a Psesident or Every color and s'ze. When a young man i druggist The Presbyterian school ai he worked in a bank at Knoxville, stop even for I5 ORDER TO CALL ELECTION James W. Tat3 was up from Won Harlan burned last Tuesdav Tenn., before taking up thestudv minutes and we predict that Brodhead, in his machine ON STOCK LAW. day. night. Origin of the fire un- of meilicine. He was graduated the whole to.un as well as a Whereas, a petition was on the J I Cook is here from Bell known. Miss McCord who was rrom the old Kentucky School of good portion of the country 4th dav of Soptem ber. 1916. filed "--' i J tiki county visiting his mother, and in Harlan at that tune was Medicine in 1898 and immediately folks will be at the depot to see with the County Cmrt Clerk of TO-DA- Y at the school and lost o nura began .practicing. Throughout and heat Teddy. sister, Mrs. Ballard. the Couirv, signed by more Rose McUord stopped ber of articles which she was his professional career he was Miss Coats at a than twenty legal voters of vot Ladies f r a couple of davs on her way unable to get out of her room associated with Dr. Henry Oren reasonable Suits and ing precinct .o l.i (Wildio), price at Fish's. There were thirty three girls dorf. The ottice of the firm Oren-dor- f from Harlan to Louisville in Rdck castle , unty. .isking the and Weber is in the Courier ORDLR TO CALL ELECTION sn'iMiis-- i n of the question, Mr. and .Mrs. Reubin Mullinsof In the boarding departmen wh-th- er were the guest of Mr. all of whom escaped uninjured Joumalottice building. Fourth ind r Richmond, jn y species cattV ON STOCK LAW. but did not save any of their Green s.reets. being the oldest and Mrs. Jerome Adams a few shall mitt ad to run Whereas, a petition was on the belongings. While it is expect- tenants of the building. For a . mm-r--!rm this week. days 4th day of September, 1916, filed at large in san' votiug piecinct. It school will be rebuih, number of years he held a chair at 3SgSK3iSt?S, Mr. and Mrs. Esmer Hayes of ed that the is now ordered by the court that a m yet it will be several months be the college of which he was a with the County Court Clerk of poll be opened LEADIHOJ the Buckeye section ar-- : rejoic in said voting precounty, signed by more than the ing over the arrival of t heir first fore reader. Sope of the girl graduate. He specialized as a twenty legal voters of voting Pre- cinct at the next general election MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, attending the Harlan school have urologist, attaining high rank in cinct No. 4 (Scaffold Cane), iu to born, a fine girl, on the 7th. be held in said precinct on the already gone to the school under hU profession. Rockcastle county, asking the 7th day 'of November, 1916. for Maret was culled home JamL"? of the question, the same board iu North Caro Dr. Weber's passing is a source submission the purpose of ascertaining the lrcm Winchester, Saturday, on Una and may come to Mt. Lf tannine rrief in a larce circle whether cattle or any species there others ' ... jonns wuo sue. 1. account of a change in , .the - vernon of. shall be permitted to run at Will ot the voters of said voting auss r Newspaper men in the city were large in said voting precinct. It precinct upon his wife, who hast conoitiun of ceeded Miss Taylor here for a among his mott intimate associ- is now ordered by the court that S. F. Bowman. beer, s.ck since early in Mav. few weeks, is principal of the ates. He was a member of the a poll be opened in said votiug Clerk Rockcastle County Court. Mrs J. C Moore, who has been1 of the Harlan Phi Chi fraternity, the Jefferson precinct at the next general elec visiting friends in Chicago for sevtion to be held in said precinct on SERVICES AT THE CHRIST Miss Elizi Mullins of near Medical Association and eral weeks, was injured b; a Bu.T was- Iiostess of a most de- County the 7th day of November. 1916, IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. cycle the early part of the lightful evening entertainment other medical organizations of the tor the purpose of ascertaining motor Sunday School 9:45 and county. the will of the voters of said vot week, but is recovering from the Tuesday. Those present are as State Preaching Service 11 a. m. Dr. Weber is survived by his ing precinct upon said quescion. injuries. follows: Misses Eva, Vira. Valley widow, who ,was formerly Miss Junior Endeavor and Mission S. F. Bowmam, W. M. Owens, of Burr, was Daisy, Flora, and Eliza Mullins, Clerk Rockcastle County Court. Band p. m. Hill, of Memphis,Tenn.,-an- d shaking, .Hazel McHargue, and ' - Mrs. Edna in town Wednesday , Christian Endeavor 6:30 to whom hewas married Movem-4Rockcastle Highways Pko hand wjtli his many friends who Mattie Mullins. Messrs James Preaching Service 7:30 1909; his mother, Mrs. 'Sarah are pleased over his recovery Morris, Tulla .Owens, E' F. Bry Weber; of Mt. Vernon,. Ky ; and GRESS.- Two miles and a'.half of metal has been placed on the ti Vavorize" Croup from his late dangerous illness. ant, Robert Fields, Clell Pike, three sisters; Mrs. Sam Lewis, of Dixie-Boon- e Highway, starting James Smith, Mt. Vernon; Mrs. Mellon Wright, Rev. and Mrs J. M. Macmil-lai- n Cecil Mullins, or Cold Troubles out of Alt. Vernon, over Boone who have been located in Claud McHargue, Waiter Drew, 01 : anu .virs. Avenue, toward Madison counlenn Vapor treatments for cold troubles are medicines, as the Louisville since leaving Mt. Ver- Kenneth Mullins, Delbert Mul- M.J.Dorsey, of Chicago, 111. than seven and bettercirrv internal Grading ty line. of tiie medication direct to the to sail for Eng lins, Bob Owens, Bennett Bar-netnon expect The funeral was held this after- half miles has almost reached lungs and air passages without disturbing x unexpected land soon Their noon from Pearson's chapel. Third Round Stone station. Bridge a the stomach. Salve is apWhen Viek's native land is to their return GRADED SCciOOL NOTES. and Chestnut streets. The body butments are being erected at plied over the throat and chest, these vadue to so many of their imThe Star Roll for 'the Mt. will be taden to Memphis, Tenn., Rentroe's creek and at Round pors, released by the heat of thetobody, are 1.00 inhaled with each breath. 25c. been Veruon Graded School for Sep for burial at' 8 o'cIock tonight. mediate family having Stone. There has baen some de called to war that they go back tember is as follows: Louisville Times. Oct s lay in shipment of steel 'for these to be with those left at home First Grade Robert bridges Grading from Madisn- Brodhead Ky., Oct. 11 10. Ben EL Parrot who lett here progressing, via Scan" Id 'Edittff ""Signal; Deaf Editor - linfilisand more than five mile Sec5ndGra'de-Cla- r5 TfautJ.' seven years ago for the West is Cane Having seen quite a number of back home on his first visit since Sixth Grade Iua Meadows. have been completed. The gap Another Supply of the SB minor accidents since the coining bz leaving. Ben who is' an expert The Honor Roll is as follows: between Calloway and Pine Hill Famous "Ball-Band- " Rubber of the automobiles to our com carpenter, has worked lu several . First Grade Martha Bradley 353oc8&3ec3g3od"f will be completed before extreme ii. is at this-tim- Daniel" Cummins: Eva McClure: munity. I have concluded 00 per-ce- cold weather. That portion be Boots, Overshoes and Arctics western states and of them could be avoided if ii. lor one of the Margueritte Merriclts. foreman Knitted fleece linings, kq tween Pine Hill and Mt Vernon me people knew and would obin San Fran-cisClargest contractors Second Gradu Stephen Proc has reached the B. G. Mullins double thick soles, extra ! tor: Lucille Albright: Sadie Lmg-for- serve the r lies of the road. I place, just beyond the Burr, post strong heels, the gual- - jdaaaaawfia A kind. Come a jdaaaamWf Wk K Ednrt Pioctor: Nina Cox: suggest that you publish them in office. This gap will hardly be iiy Miss Stew.irt is in Louisvillr Ky and pick your W today to see a specialist. Whi:e Henry Nicele: Mattie Winstead: your paper and ask every teacher closed this Fall Work ot graa and in the different schools ot our in Danvilie two weeks ago, sh Gladys Ping. ing between Mt. Vernon anc Third Grade Jack Fish: Kath county to teach them to their Lincoln line toward Crab Or something sting her finger felt C0MPL2TE LINE which began swelling and the rine Welch: Fannie McFerron: pupils.- Uulsss something is done chard lacks almost one and ha f Coffins, Caskets and Robes C?iSt. on this line there are going to she' sav a phy Ida Harper: Harry Sparks. w pain so gre-tth- t miles of being thru, which wi:l Mail, Telegraph or TeleA -- .OKWJfebsi"1SSeySte5rf&,v Fourth Grade Nellia Cox: Ella be numbers of fatal accidents. A be completed mtJmmmWkmmmmmmmmmmmmm Look 7? sician before leaving there Since by or before I For th fiXXXXWCmKXXXXXXXXXXw v word to the auto drivers. Did phone orders Promptly XttmntXtWSwXXttttttWr then she barely escaped hi- od Mae Sowder: Naomi Owens. Rid Ball K winter. you know the majority of the -Fifth Grade Bessie Renner. poison seems poison, and now the Filled SssjcsTWSajiS.; n Engineers will survey from y. public look on us as a kind of Sixth Grade Amanda Davis: to have gone.to every part .of her Livingston to a point opposite 3&c&yx& 325psC$3cCS body which causes her consider Lillie Mullins: Ray Cummins: public nuisance and do not know the mouth ot Parker's Branch, very we are some times that great Leila Davis: Lillian criffin. able p in nd 'is a where the highway is to meet $ c&pceec: Seventh Grade Bertha Debord-Verl- thing. What Wc want is a friend fhe Laurel county - work. As worry 1bb(4 jx "pa&yagyc Hamlin: Maude Adams: ly leeling toward the general soon as surveys are complf.teri LOCAL public. Dont try to see how fast . E szi Langford: Margaret Spark-- : advertuements will be placed This is the footwear that 8,000,000 Lorene Mullins: Hvzel Parroit.. you can drive when meeting calling for bids on construc-t- i people find best. You will swear by it, Fal pattern- - Dress Ginghans too, after you find out how long it wears, Eighth Grade Edyth Adams: others on thev public highway. arriving at Drummond' s store. m. what comfort it gives, and how econom- Rosa Gentry: Ruby Coopei. To be sure We "pay a special al it is. Double wear in every pair. A new line of telephone pols road tax ot from r6 to $15 per OLD Rishie Ramsey. will be set on Boone Avenue tl at does The grades for 'the High annum on each car,-b33ia-JBlack Cat hosiery for children School will be ircluded in the not entitle us to all tbe:roacl. I must ad"mt I find some au.to at Drummond's store They wear October roll. MfT. Vernon High School drivers anl teamsters as well who like Leather. . The telephone line betweep- Basket Ball Team delighted the act as though they owned all The road bed. These things Wabd and Level Green will Grodhead. Boys Saturday, in fast the be restored and several phones and spirited game by the score should not be. Let us all make of 2o to I9. 'The spirit of both a special effort to Wep down any installed between those point". was good and we were and all strife along this and ail teams AdL T3lifflfeijytfl Round trip Bowling Green well pleased with the results. other lines. ' $7.6o Oct. 22 and 25 limited The score was tied several times A. Ed Albright 5 Grand to Oct 26. Account during the game. Cox of Mt. Lodge K. of P. of Kentucky. That seal, with all it means to Good roads in the mountains Vernon and Sowder of Brodhead the public, might well be put are already attracting farmer Time and again wc have jstat were the. stars jot .the game. on every bottle that contains I We will play Brodhead on land buye'rs from the bluegrass ed that obituaries will not be UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER ky&3-&3and other sections ol this and this paper unless our giounds next Saturday. published in ICY. paid for at the rate of 5 cents per On the second Saturday in tither states Bankers, profes- No other remedy ever offered the There is no use sending November we. will have the sional and business men ox our line. American' people has more friends them in without- making arrang-ment- s District Teachers' Association. commonwealth predict greater after two generations of success; no Poultry . to pay for them. other remedy is more generally used J$D$32 We. will insure you thar it will interest and investment as the in the homes of the people; no other Ship us your Poultry and receive bile;- - 'Every teacher roads approach completion. be ,worth has been so enthusiastically endorsTHE SOCK SOCIAL. C. C. highest price and prompt returns by the thousands. ed ATTpRNEV-AT-t-AThe Willing Workers hava and those interested in school The reason Is found In real merit. For In the "degree team " of the oouiha, colds', catarrh, whether local or MT.VEENON,KY. planned for a Sock Social, to be work "are' urged' to be in Mt. systemic, ana general aeDiuiy iouowibkbuv Houphens-Bro- s date. Watch for the Mt. Vernon Royal Arch Chaprr OFFICE.'- - Oh znd, noo'r of of tne above reruns wuioeiounaenecuve. held in the Masonic Hall on For Irregular SDDetlte. r.Unhln Thursday, October 19. A poem progiam in next weeks paper. $k D3.uk oi mt. vernon-- , uii system it WHOLESALE ter are alawyer. a doctor, a impaired digestion and is oninvaiuaoie tonic atten- - )of Church describing its features will be, sent "preacher, an undertaker and a C0MMISSI0N MERCHANTS Pcruna may be obtained in A.'New York .party was here monument maker. Some to individuals who will attend, and tablet form for convenience bring a frend. Don't forget the Monday in automobiles on their 'pnonk 3o . ,44 Walnut Stn Cincinnati, O. the period' from. Oct' 19, way to Florida. Tha Permit Company, Coloabut , Ohio .'i-' dat Thursday evening, $6S0G9g3IE9S3IG8g3lCde3S . i"j5 'w th.cradle to the tomb. "&?zt:sfs. at Masonic Hall, , MT. VERNON SIGNAL - 'ill) ' l' 79 .. s m)W- 11111? sub-sbrilu- 5-l- o Ex-Preside- nt JJ fT ndSgi ft, v nra Ex-Presi- dent LET US SHOW YOU , tln-rco- f rexsyp?sii?i Mm s5pm 4 1 1 -- said-questio- J. A. Coburn's Greater zxzxyzz - MINSTRELS -- ersx2Z2g va-nn- rs FRIDAY t. EVEN'G "Vap-O-Rub- " YICKSWSALVE :- Just Received! STANFORD, QRANVIbbB UNDERTAKER Oct. 13 Brodhead KY. nt ;3ppoqj5G3G5pt: o. flV W BNi S. d: j'fLflH tlllllllMAv - te&mffimvnm - !l!Ui" 1 vt-r- v a ir -- vdccc i2ccpcSP3c JONAS McKEINZIE THE G . -- RELIABLE ut &$3.1$ A - J. C. McCLARY Merchandise & good line of General HBaffiS , VpOtozZfrr xpezaDmyei Farm Implements Ppultry ... N PERUNA nnH-Hnf- ISTAN FORD, :3ccCC - X38C$ Williams W i ophat run-dow- n sfc.-.Spe- cfel team-representin- g K- -' a-c " V tf MWMJwtMaEgiiWlfWM WPtfwqa ft uprw-iVfi- i .i,ania5ejmn'j W iTite'iri.a.iijfo Bi&Zifil& i i. i. W tfgiftirtf A T.yVtfT.to-- i " .i ". :inj:iriiWiHL'!gtfwiia g T ANLAC, the GREAT NEW MEDICINE, C.jB. Mulllns is in the western part of the county this week. WITHERS Srarc i and Multitudes Give It Praise "Made Several from this place attended the Association at New Hope. The infant son of Saturday. Raleigh Drench has pneumonia lover. The whooping cough is raging in this part. Dean, the infant son of J. H. Mullins has j been very sick for a tew days but is some better at this time. Estill Mullins attended the bg circus in Richmond, Saturday Rosco Anderson, of Wlnchester.is visiting relatives here this week There was a series of meetings Me Back on begun at Ked Hill. Sunday night, Me Younger conducted by Rev. Parker and otl of Me ers. Misses Pearl. Susie audi Leona Anderson and Ruth Mul-liu- s Endorsements Given Master Medicine visited their cousins, Mioses Sallie, Ada and Maggie Mullins, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. This is Tanlac week. have returned More than seven million Ave hundred thousand bottles of Tanlac have been sold in the United and Mrs. Joe Cash from Indiana, where they have States-ithe two years since the n'rst bottle was sold. year to The face alone is sufficient explanation why Tanlac Week should now be celebrated in cities been lining for the past Isaac throughout the United States. The tremendous and unprecedented success of Tanlac could not make their future home. Spivev has moved his family back have been achieved without true merit. The 8,000 druggist who are giving Tanlac theii renewed Mrs.Alex McDan endorsements by special displays this week know that they have behind 'them the unqualified en- to Livingston. lei has been very sick but is some dorsement of Tanlac bv millions of satisfied customers. this time, also the infant No other medicine has ever had the same success that Tanlac has won as a tonic, appetizer, better at McDaniel is very invigorant and revitalizer. Its fame was instantaneous and it spread through the country until son ot Elijah Married, September 25th, ick. today it is known every where as the Master Medicine. Raleigh Mullins, son ot Mose Mullins and Miss Martha Durham, Explains Success daughter of Jones Durham. May success is easily explained true worth. The tens of thousands of men and women their pleasures be many aud their Tanlac's who have endorsed it praise it because they are grateful for the relief Taulac has given them. sorrows few. To suffer from sleeplessness, iudigestion, nervousness, rheumatism, belching and bloating from gas; dizziness and biliousness; kidney and liver troubles, pains in the stomach, the back and the HOW CATARRH IS head lor years, and then to get relief through a tonic that is pleasant to take, gentle and gradual CONTRACTED in its results, renewing the appetite, aiding assimilation, and restoring health, and vigor, amso Mothers are sometimes bition and strength, is enough to make people grateful. thoughtless as to neglect the Tens of thousands of people have said that Tanlac is the Master Medicine. Tanlac week colds which their children contherefore means something to them. tract. The inflammation of the raucous membrane, at first acute, Endorsements are Remarkable becomes chronic catarrh, a di They show that taking Tanlac was sease that is seldome cured and Some of the endorsements of Tanlac are remarkable. a profitable investment for sick, weak, nervous, rundown men and women profitable in more than that may prove a life'r burden one way. Some oi the praise of Tanlac are in phrases that are written over and over. who has this Many persons on the payroll" "I never lay off from loathsome disease will remem"I feel like a new man" "Tanlac has put me back my work since I took Tanlac" "I do twice as much work as I used to" "Taulac has made me feel ber haviug had, frequent colds twenty years younger" "I wake up in the morning feeling fine now" at the time it was contracted. Many women have written. ,;I have my natural color back since I took Tanic" "I feel like a A little forethought, a botile of Chauioerh'in's Cough Remedy girl again' "My neighbors ask me what I have done to look so young and my answer is Tanlac" judiciously used and this trouble feel like a different woman; my housework is a pleasure since I took Tanlac" "I Those are some of the expressions which tens of thousands of men and womeu have used !D might have been avoided. Ob taiuable everpwhere. statements praising Tanlac. Over Nate " Put Merit Wins " "Gave New Life" ''In The Payroll" The Thousands The Universal Car It is not in the show room or on the broad smooth boule- True Worth vards where the Ford has proven its worth. It is not to the famed mechanics and chauffeurs that the Ford has shown its superior construction and establised its remarkable and unequalled records, It is out on the bad roads as well as the good, out in the hills and mountains where its reputation has been secured ; driven by just ordinary people. There Is Not a Single Plausible Reason Why You Should Not Buy a Ford. What if your roads are bad ? With a Ford you can get over them easier, quicker, yes ! cheaper than you can with a horse and buggy. They are made to meet adverse road conditions and they do meet them successfully. Over one and a half million Ford Owners will testify to the fact. THE NEW MODEL FORD Better than ever. Stream line Hood, Crown Fenders, Black finish, snappy in appearance and underneath in the everlasting Ford Vanadium Steel Chassis; strength and durability with service. Always ready in all seasons of the year to deliver all reasonable demands Ever economical, about two cents per mile for operation add maintenance and Ford Service for owners as universal as Ford Cars. Tanlac Meets a Need Prepared from a secret formula, purely vegetable and absolutely free fiom miueral taint, Tanlac has met the need of a great reconstrvctive tonic to feed while 1; heals sick, sore stomachs; to promote digestion, aid assimilation, induce healthy and normal functions of the digesiie apparatus, and to build up health and strength in a natural way. In Throughout the vast world Nature has placed remedies for the healing of the nations. Tanlac the best of them are merged tor a sensible, reliable remedy. In Taalac nature offers the great natural remedy for tha everyday ill from which millions of men and women suffer. The ingredients or medical eletrents which make Tanlac comes from far seperate sections of the globe. It is as though Nature, planting her garden in every zone of the vast world permitted man to select the best for compounding into a great remedy. Man has spared no expence or labor to these best ingredients. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Rockcastle Circuis court T. J. NlCELEY, Pla ntiff, Admr. of dee'd. John Overbay, vs. - Commissioners Sale Runabout $345 Touring Car $360 Julia Overbay, Burb Overbay, Lucas Ovekbay, F. O. B. DETROIT Now a Household Remedy Roots, herbs and bards best suited to a great tonic are used in the making of Tanlac. They are selected acientifically and blended with care. In order to insure a supply of them for Tanlac, The Cooper Medicine Company bought large amounts oc certain ingredients. Ten tons of one ngredients were bought on one order Tanlac's success, starting so quickly, is lasting. It has become a household remedy and is in two million homes because it is the groat medicine which Nature offers from her best products. Millions of people know this and Tanlac therefore is praised everywhere as The National Tonic the upbuilder ot health and strength through the stomach, blood ar.d nerves. YOU R,. H.MILLER, MT. VERNON. KY. Central Drug Co , Livingston, Ky. W.M.Owens' Store, Bun, Ky. Ky. John Drug Store, Brodhead, Ky. Line Bros., Crab Orchard, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. a credit S. E. Welch, CAN BUY TANLAC AT EXCLUSIVE AGENCIES THESE Berea. Ky. & Son, Bee J. Reynolds Lick, Ky. of six months bearing ORDER TO CALL ELECTION ON STOCK LAW. legal interest from of sale. PurRockcastle circuit Court. chaser will be required to give Whereas, a petition was on the Plaintiff, bond with approved surety. A Barlow Clark, 4th day ot September, 1916, filed vs. Commissioner's Sale. lein wili be retained on property with the County Court Clerk of Samamtha Lunspord, &c, purchase money. Bid- the County, signed by more than Defendants. for the ders will be prepared to com- twenty legal voters of voting pre- " '::". By virtu re of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the August term, i916 of the Rockcastle Circuit Court. I will on the the 23rd day of October I916, day, a regular County Court of 9 o'clock between the hours a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky , offer for sale to the hiSbest and best bidder the following described property, to wit: A tract of land lying on the waters of Brush Creek in the County of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky, and bounded as follows: On the North by the lands of W H. Abney; on the West by the lands of John Anglin; on the South by the lands of Wm. Young and on the East bv the lands of Bright Chasteen, containing 48-y- A acres. This property will be sold on ply promptly with these terms. G S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. cinct No. 6 (Orlando), in" Rockcastle county, asking the submission of the question, whether cattle or any species thereof, shall be BAD COLDS FROM LITTLE permitted to run at large in said voting prectuct. It is now.ord SNEEZES GROW ered by the court that a poll be Many colds that hang- - on all opened in said voting precinct at a. sneeze, a winter Defendants. R. G. Webb and G. S. Griffin, By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendere'd at the August term, 1916, thereof, 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, October 23rd, being regular County Court day, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty, to wit: One tn.ct of land in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: On th-- i East by the lands of Wm Owens; on the South by tne lands of John H. Walton; on the West by the lands of Lee Reynolds, and on the North by the lands of Jane Bales, containing about 15 acres, or sufficient thereof to procure the the sums of $56 90, $5.00 and and the cost of this $14.20, action. For the purchase price the purchaser muct execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. v Sold by LOGAN BRYANT MT. VERNON, KY. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Ruth McWilliams, . Plaintiff, vs.- W. E. and Commissioner's Sale, McWilliams, Defeodant. Plaintiff, J. C Plummer, and vs W.E.McWlLLTAMS Defendants G. . Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. starts Jwith a sore throat, a tight You know the symptoms of colds, and you know prompt treatment will break them up. Dr. King's New Discovery, itn its soothing antiseptic balsams, has been breaking up colds and healing coughs of young and old for 47 years. Dr. King's New sniffle, chest the next general election to be held in said precinct on the 7th day of November, 1916. for the purpose of ascertaining the will ' of the voters of saidpre cinct upon said question. S. P. Bowman, Clerk Rockcastle County Court. I g DISPOND When you feetf discouraged Discovery loosens the phlegm, clears the bead, sooths the ir- and despondent do not give up but take a dose of Chamberlain's ritated membrane and makes Tablets and you are almost cer breathing easier. At 3'our drug- tain to feel all right within a day or two Despondency is gist, 5oc. ivery often due to indigestion and bihnusness, for which these FDR FLETOHER'S tablets are .especially valuable.' Obtainable ejery where. WHEN YOU TAKE COLD With the average man a cold is a serious matter and should not be trjfled with, as some of tne most dangerous diseases a common cold. Take start with Chamderland's Cough Remeyy and get rid of yuur cold as quickly as possible. You are not experimenting when you use this remedy, as it has been in use for 'many years and has an established reputation. It contains no opium or other narcotic . Obtainable everywhere. Ch.rn K Cry 1 ' CASTORIA -w , Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR ASTORIA : purchaser cisi i'Xj:u u virtuie of a judgment and with approved sur y uta. order of, sale of the Rockcastle legal interes- - ro .1 of salt Circuit Court, rendered at the until paid and having she force August term thereof, 19X6, in the and effect of a judgment. Bid lows: Beginning at a black oak corner aboe cause, I shall offer for ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these tenns of J. C. Plumer and M. J. Craig, sale at the court, house door in G S. Griffin, in P. Q. Griffin's line; thence an Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest laster Commissioner, easterly direction, running with and best bidder, at public auc Rockcastle Circuit Court. the county road, to a ford of tion, on Monday, October 23, RENT RENT RENT RENT Brush Creek, known as, Law's 1916, being the first day of a a westerly, direction regular term of the Rockcastle R Part of second floor R ford;, thence np the. creek to a. stone corner County Court, between the hours E Paul Griffin Building E N Apply side entrance N between J. C Piummer and. M. of 11 a. in. and 3 p. tn. upon a F. Craig; thence.a southern . di- create or six moncas, tne 101-- 1 T Piokerton. after 6 Dm T , RENT RENT RENT RENT. rection to the begiuning corner; lowing described property to-w. October 23rd, I916, Monday, being regular County Court day tor said County, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock, p. m., upon a credit of six, months, the following described property to, it: One tract of land, located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky near Quail, and bounded as fol- Ruth McWilliams ) By virtnre of a judgment and order of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at t'ue August term, I9I6, thereof, in the above cause, I shall offer for sale at the court house door in ML Vernon,- Ky. to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on said boundary containing five acres, more or less, or suffie'ent thereof to proluc. the sum of $09. 9o, with legal interest from Dec. 1 I915 until paiu; and 52i 87 with legal interest from Jan. 2G, 19I6 until paid and the cost of this action. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and. effect of a judgment. Bid ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G.S. Griffin. M. C, Rockcastle Cir. Court. OUmmi A tract of land in Rockcastle County, on t'i v t r- - .f k : Creek and a rollow : Bounded on the north bv the lands of Martha and F. P Kirbv to on agreed corner stone set up uear three walnuts near the creek; thence east intersecting with the old Robert Langford hue about fifteen steps from the branch; thence with said line back with Frank Kiiby's 50 acre survey to a stake; thence ui h said line to a poplar corner; thence sontk to two oaks and a poplar corner between the lines of said Langford and Kirbv; thence with said line to the creek tha beginning coi tier, con tainiug 10 acres, more or Ihss o Rockcastle Circuit Court. sufficient thereof to produce hc M. J. Miller, Plaintiff, sum of $35.40 ;nd the ftmKr sum of $65 32, $4i 32 and $& 16 vs. Commissioner's Sale and the cost of this action. ThOS. Kirby, ) Defendants Adm. ofT.D.KlRBY, tor the p.ircha pr'v " commissioner's sale. &c, ) By d-i- to-wi- t: l "J jnfa Jte, ' '"? ..