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Mount Vernon signal: July 18, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913071801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 18, 1913 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $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. TM - I3"?vt-.irrc- v ( iaaacaatai riiwi-nar-- f Published Every Friday i "i, it m urmtrvtma WMBbSJamm Miiif Imwi i I - -- V )LUMbJ XXVI. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE MISS IDA MAY ADAMS COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY,. JULY 18. 1913 SmnaL .' 'n Established 1887 wHiaMHMUMmc H v y r ; ik i - DUMBER 42 I r C1DTHCRAFT AllWool Clothes We Could Name You Some Men in This Town 41 H O have changed their views about clothes, since they have found how easily and well we could fit them in Clothcralt Clothes. " If you are anywhere near the average this store has a Cloth craft suit that will fit you with little or no alteration, If you are tall, short stout, or slim, we have special models that are made especially to take care of you. Ordinarily little or no alteration is necessary, but if any are required, we make them gladly $J0 without charge. Clothcraft Clothes are designed, cut and tailored to fit as if made Ask for you. Made also to keep their shape and good looks as long as you wear them. You'll find in this store the largest and best line of Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods in this town, SUTTON r-. & i ) ) THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE N" the far northwest what the Great in aa effort to determine the American Desert is to the south species of tick that is fatal and a very way to exterminate him Govern TELLS OP HER TRIP TO CALIfORNIA. west, and yet they are 25 Pound Bags Vernon's different in character, rugged in ment expel ts are now on the Granulated Los Angeles, Cal, some places, flat in others, barren field. After the supper at which Dear Editor: Sugar and almost totally uninhabited, we feasted on the fruit ot Bitter of mv Since almost a hundred of such Root Valley we slept soundly in they present a picture for Rockcastle friends have written utter loneliness that the travler oir berths and awoke in tho We are asking for a description of my having one seen will always state of Washington. trip I know of no better way to carry it with him. We had not sorry that we were asleep when c imply with i heir t quest than to seen a human being or an we passed through Spokane but (write them and others through animal for fni miles or more. we could not have al! the good si I os For 8 or 10 miles around, the things in the day light. pagers of the Signal. The the are going to Anffeles b so ofetty that I feel surface was level and wind swept. Rockies had been beautiful but ' greatness cannot like taking the whole time in In the midst of this level tract their- barren 50 cent values telling you o! its beauties and there arose one solitary hill, so compare in beauty with the Special to close in a whoop del'.ghts, but so many of vou bleak, so barren, so completely densely wooded though towering on this subject without companions , and Marvelou have heard me 22 c so peaks of the Cascades. before that alter telling you just utterly without apparent reason forrestry, numerous water ialls a little 01 our abiding place I will for being there, that ' it re- and pneepitous sides renders pass to the more interesting minded one of a lost traveler. these mountains unequaled in $1.50 Filne SuitCWs I details of the trip across the Upon the crest of the hill stood beauty even In Switzerland. lust 20 ill the lot 90c continent hywsyofthe Northern a group of half wild mustangs, could write all night for there is Pacific, whic i took jut nine huddled together, their manes more to tell from here to the days barring the titufl ul Yellow- streaming, their nopes in tne end than from the beginning stone. air, thev gazed into the distance until now. As 1 have lold you Remnant Calicoes keeping Jougiiigly as if they would give nothing yet of the Shasta route My sister and I are and Skirts house, in a charming bungajow, all tfrtfjr boasted ireedoin for the for "The Road of a Thousand lot represents else sound of a makers voice and Wonders", but the whole Signal such as are built nowhere Snow white $1 values ail the staple and in the world as in southern the touch ,of a mastpr'g J)3nM. cannot be given to a single letter Ladies Vaiats Cr California. The house has a.o Although much of North pakota uqr tle .tun qf Its, rnaclers to shirting styles, many windows, all on hinges so antf VJ;ntana is such beautiful is perusal but.if the editor, wants i."L 1 Al mc vara 2c length of $he country ijt is a1 ?q different from more of it we shall give the as to open the full Pongee window; that so far as ait' it con our Kentucky Janfjs tjja(. a other half at a later date. cerned we kave as free circulation j Kentutfkian finds it constantly Sinceroly, Silk Remnant Goods 11 in the house as though we were interests him. Vour friend, Worth SI. 50 TbP absolutely 15c to 35c valuf out of 'doors. The modern con- treeless plains give one almost an Ida May Adams. Special price 75c veniences in our house, as in wide a range of vision as if he Such as whit? goods SURPRISING CURE OF most of the other houses,, make were out at sea. This is my fifth STOMACH TROUBLE Irish Linens, figured me leel every day as if I wanted trip across the Rockies but they When you have trouble with fcj come bagk to Rockcastie, and Black ard Batistes and have lost nothing of their grandeur your stomach or chronic cftn.st.ipa show my friends all oHIie simple anJ facinatjgq qr me . Tjere iofj, dop't imaging th.a.t your Blue Dress Skirts devices that contribute so much js a, majesty in their- size ud. case js bgvond help just because special, tho vwt JQ "Worth up to 10 to our ease and comfort as wall ruggedness that makes them VQr dQQtor. fails tq give you Special Mr?i. G, Stenaio, Plain as to the beauty of the home, typically American and In pro- relief. Remnant Percalles Not a bed in our house is in portion to the tremendous scale field, N.J. writes: "For over a 12ic Values sight, being every one built into upon which Americans do every- month past I have been troubled Vith my stomach. Everything I V3 Tho thing. some nook or crannie. One of But besides such mount- ate upset it terribly, white. most unique one of our beds in- ains, glorious specimens of God's Chamberlain's advertising book ready-for-ser-vi- ce jRemrianj: lets came to me. After readinir built into a door of ordinary handiwork man feels his Linen 98c a few of the letters from fiple sjze. Tt is a full sized bed and Dress Ginghams 8i cl Our first stop over who btave 'be,eq pi.req by Cham Here's your opportunity appears .es not fflft. fj. lh rtye th3 WLivingston Montajna, wli'SSi heron's Tablets, I decided to (to htvy a. supply for summer. mto the wall by simpjy ejosiny at the nuav try them. I have taken nearly Gome early as the supply i jfche door. Our dinning ropm and Pest railroad point to Yellowstone j s Dress Goods of a package of them limited . so arranged that we National Park. I am not going and can now eat almost everykitchen are values 50c yd can lay the cloth, set the table, to attempt a description of the thing that I want." For sale by and put the food on the table worlds greatest National Paik, all dealers. tcmps. 37r xtA while we are both seated at the with its supurb mountains, BUODHKAD. Oxfords table in the dining room, then canyons, geysers lakes and wild .50 values, 25c yd when we have finished eating we animals, because most of you have Dr, W. F. Carter sold 28 All the new styles can clear tae table in the same had from various magazines acres of land off tho east side of Table Qil way without moving our seats, much more graphic descriptions All leathers, black, A hurt. vt nf iinUi.Hnj wXf as we pass everything from the than I could give. It takes abqul his farm, ot Iv A. Cox for 22. per ' aere. Robt. H. Hicks, bought a white uviw (m best ciuaiitiesli ta6le Ihroifgfr jjqneealed Jaupf?ls fHfPq all lot adjoirnng. h,ts &S through foBeSS 1 residence proper V- in the woodwork of the wall, onto the placqs of interest in the 1 1,, A al All S3. $3 . 50 iV: S4 Slimier ty o,n Weslf street frnr, eo. the kitchen shelves, table and park but 3 or 4 days suffice gl Special sensational for 100.00. -- Boyd Brumette buffet, cooler, sink, bookcases, the greatest features ard piKe ( desks etc., are all built into the get a general idea of the whole. Manis, jjiivatt?, Quartermaster Remnants 25c Sheeting Uorpa, transferred from the 11th I waJJ. we can pJ'Qna the table Cfinjparativ'PlY fpW people take Company Coast Artillery Corps, -in lengfths . t- to .. l of UwJiCh on any number $f e gntiie threa waeks journey as was killed the 9th, instant, by eani n 81a ai the electric lights in tie house. it is very expensive as well as Special 15c accident on electric raircaq nil Newest designs Fa The bath room may be entered fatiguing. Of course in the park Ft. Mills, P. I. Ip. Ma,nis, is a direct trom any one of our five one must speml the night in .son of Mv Mlrt Mrs. Valley Maris 117 MEiV'S and BOYS Big 10 to 15c values . The 60 gallon hot camp, roojjfs. ov tiis p.ace, a.e heart ropm is water tank, in ffje Ijal SpecialJuly price while ther A'tgr we r6.sqm.ed qiir journey broken o,ver the sad. e'en. !His. from view p,y bejng concealed Ia3t fhp ne$t point qf Interest was remans is, bng s,h,ppe,l to this $1.25 Values, special JQC doz jnside a closet. The tank is sup; lyjontarja., which place or bu,ral. W. H. Brown of Blossburg, plied with an instantaneous gas thp Continental Divide ka.n.cflste.v, nd J . M. Craig, of heater. The arranginent is sue) marks th,p railroad t;he Quail section shipped seveiaj tljat the water passes through with an elevation t traek qf $?i73 feet nd the mount- cars of liqgs and s,heep. f roffl his an$ canf go wrong coiled pipes tarjk pe contents of ains all around tpyering thous point this wee.. rnk can be heated the entire of xer Sanfovth vas with quite. dissatisfac- - in less than 3 minutes. A ands, of fept higher. Jt way, everyon these snqw almost coJ$ here with his fa.hey, Ja.s.. T, Lawrence, medicine chest, built in, the tion-pro- of clothes .Vtantfoy.- - Ke-Y-, where, aud Mrs. Kin lavatory, and soiled clothes chute, aqd family of Taylorville, is Ja.n "flelenft to $25 with this which carrjes he sojed plol-hs- to attragtive the capital city glance PiHe a few days with Rev. and gity but at Spent little the laundry room, iv vacuum A-- . guarantee of all-wo- ol, J Pike last week. Miss washer, hot and cold water, it represents qq features QUI of Mrs. of Stanford, Tho most lasting shape, atisfac- - stationary white porcelain tubs, the ordinary, Montana inter-la Grace Bvady Mr. and Mrs. was the guest ot J.J. to me boards, and an esting place in tory wear and service, built in ironing the cool screened Missoula, a city quite tar to the Albright the first of the week electric iron in Saturday foy. nestled of to see and fry on laundry room, making washing Westsnow the statemountainsamong U. B. Cass left Miss Jind;a like Sringtield, Ohio. covered a pleasure of drudgery. the some special Clothcraft The kitcheninstead most convenient a beautiful gem in a platinum Tate is visiting rejaves. VX Richis the Miss values we are now and attractive room on the place. setting. We reached it just in mond aru, early twilight and spent JJue Mca$ spent a, fey d3s A gas range, refrigerator, sink the showing t T$h ler sistex, Mrs.. J. J. Al and various electrical appliances about an hour drinking in t,h' BIG BARGAINS IN Jewel was so cold qq swee nd bright l?tst welc.-Mi- ss and make you understand why we do wsh fcould, te.ll yoq Francisco is. ahao tq he out again, Stoves and Ranges The only furniture store not need a servant even if we pure. ho bpjntiful the place is. altera IPYg i,Uues,s. Mr. and Mrs We are the only car load in Mt. Vernon cpud afford it. We have roy lusf flu'ftert licly of Ric;hmond. were handlers in the county Good Goods Riaht. Prices ire.es, in frqn.t $0 figure I cau call to piird, gf engnnoijs palm, gues,ts oi Mysx W. O. Yadon i Miss,oql situated, flj the house an4 a row qf lemqn adequate. trees at the rear. We picked at the hed. Qf the iftmqus Btter Tuesday. Mr. n( Mts. Maurice a.n family are spending a dozen ripe lernoqs hjotn, qu.r owii loqt valley, which s onp ofth prth pelebrated frit regiqns r few days, in finevilje, the guests trees this morning. Qtu flowers, rflost The Land, in this qf Re and. Mrs.. Y D. Gibbs which, form, onr hedge fence and the wopld. grow in such luxijrance are a valley is worth twq thousand. Mrs. lolm Robins and Ht.le dollars. a.q a.pre afldg w3 ?te daughter Mdred returned home great pleasure to us. of the fruit grqw fiere, which Wednesday after an extended We left Louisville qq the wrm-- . to relatives in Pineville. est day of the season. Crossing issohig afld luscious I coud Visit Illinois we felt be heat greatly Understand why wen are willing FOR CUTS, BURNS AND Sut like and at Chicago it was simply tq pay sqph priQes. BRUISES, a : Z773!? terrific, but after we passed St." every other good, thing this In every home there should be valley has its had side, In the Paul, Minnesota, we had delighta box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ful weather. The prairies ol grass and bushes there is a tick ready to apply in every case of Illinois and the fertile helds of about three times the size of our burns, cuts, wounds or scalds. Minnesota all have their charms, ordinary wood tick which burrows J. H. Polanco, Delvalle, Tex., R 2 writes: "Bucklen'i Arnica but the first thing that interested into the flesh and causes a fever No. Salve saved my little girl's cut Vernon Vernon me greatly was something I had absolutely fatal in its character. foot. No one believed it could be not seen before, the "Bad Lands'-o- f Not one case has ever recovered. cured" The world's best salve. Western North Dakota and The U. S. government is now Only 25 cts. Recommended by eastern Montana. They are to spending thousands of dollars jChas. C. Davis Mt. BIG STORE U. G. Ba kerl $J25 $ -- - We CLEAN HOUSE THIS MONTH PLAIN & FANCY WASH SILKS REMNANTS This Women's Waists Summer Women's Waist Waists s Lawns Women's - 2.75 l2ko Women's Skirts teV three-fourth- Wool $1.00 .S -- Womens Goth s.pai tan. Nubuck up 3 vdsli -- ic irim, rmttons :i so HATS 5c a You t ijaw-i-e.nc- e, at , Great Reduction in CLOTHING Le-xingt- on at $J0, $12 a'h-tha- $15. FURNITURE te Carpets, Rugs and Druggets McBEE Mt. II G. BAKER w - Mt. ! r i,S- - mi i rf" 4'":,' ih 'A frx- 4 J WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY riTiTWifigrrrYiTi ant tttit WiTrffrTmrfiwai """"- - - at MERRY-GO-ROUNDde &. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 14 &. Brod-liead.-, Ky 15 n Free access to a delightful shady grove worth $f,000 to our Association. Plenty of good ice water, free. MUSIC to be a big feature this season. Two or more BRASS BANDS. A $500' Piano Player. Orchestras with Shows. TWO BALLOON ASCENSIONS each day. 'MOVING PICTURE SHOW in the Grove. A WILD What we offer you WEST SHOW on the grounds. the most delightful grounds in Kentucky. S for tbe children. Much of this absolutely free. In addition to this we offer you Floral Hall articles. More money for farm products and hand-maExamine and compare our catalogue with others. A second premium, giving you two chances on every article exhibited No entrance fee. Anew list. Examine it. Show Rings We are offering by far the largest premiums on all show rings which insures full rings and good stock. All premums this year larger than ever. to-da- RACES This year the races a special feature. RUNIC MD TROTTING RACES' I There will be no fake races. Horses not making 2.40 will not be allowed to enter! I i WIT. Write for a Catalogue VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Ju ly iS, 191; for county y and get ready for the Big Event. To the Republicans of Rockcastle County : In announcing my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the important office of Sheriff, subject to the action of the Republican party in its primary, Aug. 2nd next, I do so, conscious of the fact that no Republican voter can oppose me because of a flaw in my Republicanism, or truthfully charge me with unfaithfulness to the cause of the republican party. Ever since I have been a voter I have taken a very active interest, in connection with my party workers, in an effort to make the Republican party stronger in this county. The record we have made shows the fruits of our labor. We snatched this county from the incompetent hands of Democracy a few years ago by a small majority; but since then, being strengthened by the Republican business-lu:management of the public affairs in the County, nation and everywhere, we have grown, step by step, until the county has no fear of again being handled by Democracy's vile e clerk of Rockcastle. returned home. Judge Witt and "Lordy Mussy" how we'd like to Henry Daugherty left Sunday in deaden over the line and vote for a boat to go to Burnside looking him: Ed Walton-Richmo- nd Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO too Quit worrying past. much in the future. All you have is right now. Devote your Advertising rates made known on main attention to the unlimited, immeasurable possibilities of the application present moment. MEMBER OF the Don't promise yourself about KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION sf&7i LIVINGSTON. Pennington has moved nis famijy into the property of the H. W. Bowman estate on West Main St. This is the man that moves so much his wife declares that she has lots of house hold goods that she has not seen for years for tbejT don't stay in one place long enough to unpack them. Well since the boys can get their booze again there is quite a lot being shipped, but as we now have one of the quietest towns on the map we don't think it will cut any figure here. Mrs. C. E. rice was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Paynter, Sunday, near Brodbead. W. H. Connongim went to Louisville Friday and brought Miss Hazel Salyers home on a vacation from the Masonic home. Five sections of trains passed here Wednesday loaded with soldiers enrout to Middlesborp, Ky. Mrs. Mary J. Branan and Mary B. of Miss daughter, Habersham, Tenn., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Foure Capt. W. R. Dillion, of London, Ky., was hero Wednesday. James Fillbeck living near town has measles. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shiplet are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine hoy on the 14th. T. T. Singleton is working as operator at Lebanon Jet., for a few days. Mrs. R. J. Lemonds and daughter, Elizabeth, are visiting relatives in Louisville this week. Mr. Edgar S. Albright was here a few days ago advertising the big fair at Mt. Vernon. All should attend this fair as it was O. K. last year and there is ever reason to believe it will be better this. W. M. Hicks and myself had planned to attend every fair within a radius of fifty miles believing by so doing we could persuade some fair damsel to enter the matrimonial ring with us. It seems so funny the candidates as they pass through a crowd every body is brother, cousin or uncle and now there is peace on earth and gocd will toward all men and the time to have a love feast is just before a Republican primary. Miss Nettie Rice who has been visit'ng relatives at Paris for a few days has Bill mmmk the retail merchants in the smaller places is in the fact, not that they cannot compete with the mail order houses in large cities but that they frequently are not given an opportunity to compete. The doctor, the lawyer the minister and the farmer, impressed by glowing descriptions of bargains in the mail order house catalogues, send away their orders without ever liguring with the local merchant. I am quite sure that often this thoughtlessly. The is done doctor, does not stop to think that it is hardly fair for him The just complaint of after logs and ties belonging to the Livingston Lumber Co. Once again our jail is empty. Wonder who will be the next inmate. Hugh Miller candidate for County Judge was here Monday shaking sands with the dear people. Wade Graves the telephone man has several hands reparing the telephone line. Sara Ward Jr., of Chicago 111, is with relatives here this week. Mr. Charlie Bowman was in East Bernstad Tuesday on business. Dixie John, the great musician gave a show at the Masonic Monday night. There is a Hall certain widower who hails from the Saud Hill region who is making weekly visits to Ford Hollow and a certain youug girl seems to be the attraction and e thing there will be a wedding soon. W. G. Rivers has moved over Spring and Summer showing of Young Men's Clothes Old Men and Boys' to be supported by a community and then when he wishes to buy oods to send the money his community has paid him to some y city. This is equally of the lawyer, the school true They teacher and the minister. do not realize that they are not giving the local merchant a square deal when they send their money away without even asking .his price. far-awa- preparations for peace begun at the Brooklyn have been Navy Yawls by laying the keel ot the latest U. S. battleship, for which there is an appropriation of tG,ooQ,ooo. The gigantic of peace preserver will be one of the r aoioat, having a largest displacement of 31.400 tons; 608 feet long, o7 feet beam, and a drought of 28 feet jo inches. Peace is pleasant; but it is a very costly article. The price of a few "battleships wovld build an ocean 0 ocean highwav, and continue a monument of public service long years alter the hulks of the battleships had gone down at sea, or have been consigned to the junk pile: Climax. men-o'-wa- Further the river into the Ward addition. James Nelson and Miss Lina Rivers were united in the bonds of matrimony last Friday at the home of the brides parents, Mr. May and Mrs. W. G. Rivers. life be one ofj pleasure. their Mrs. Edd Quinn and children, of Paris, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. H ays; this week. Miss Lulie Masden, of Lexington has bsen visiting here for the past week. Conn Asher, ofBerea, is visiting his sister, Mrs. L. H Davis this week. J.. B. Donelly spent Saturday and Sunday in Paris, Ky. Miss Aiice Ward left Monday with her friend Miss Ruth Reppcrt to spend the Summer with Miss Reppert's father, who lives in New York City. A Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Pine Hill,, spent Sunday with Mr. rnd Mrs. C. H. tiice. T. C. Welch-wain LouisMonda-- . ville J. T. ' O'mary visited friends at Stanford Tuesday. W. A. B Davis our old School Master, w s here one day last week and informed us that he was a candidate ror School Superintendent. Luck to you old boy we hope to see you pull through. s hand of greed and spoliation. I worked at the election when the Republican party won its In that struggle I, with others of my immediate famifirst victory. ly, wasfound where the battle was fiercest and the bullets flew thickest. My old grandfather was there; my father was there, and I had brothers all engaged in the struggle to free this county of ring lule and Democratic machine domination. Others whose hair has grown gray in the service of the Republican party were there, space wil not permit me to name them all, but they are known. We stood then where I stand now, against rings, cliques, and machines, and for the people and their rights. From that day to this good hour my interest in the welfare of the people and their rights, and the cause of the Republican party, has not abated, but has strengthened and become firmer with each succeeding year. You haze honoredjme by electing me to the office Jailer of this county. I appreciate the honor and am thankful to you for the office, which I'could not have had but for your suffrage I have tried to make you a good officer, and have endeavored to do my duty fairly and impartially. al and capability In the past where an officer has shown and interest in the office, and has been faithful to the trust reposed the people have endorsed his official acts by electing him to another office of a higher rank, if the service to be performed are somewhat similar. lam only askiug you to do for me what you have done for others in the past. If nominated and to this office I promise you I will sacredly keep the oath elected that the law requires must be administered to a sheriff at the the time he enters upon the discharge of his duties, which is To do right J as well to tbe poor as to the as follows. belonging to the office of Sheriff; to do no wrong rich in all things to any one for any gift, reward or promise; nor for favor or hatred, and, in all things pertaining to the office to faithfully and impartially execute the duties of the office according to the best of his skill and judgement. I will appoint as my only deputies in cas i of my nomination and z-sub-stantly -- Clothes We have never before displayed so exten- sive a line of well selected young men's suits as this season. Believing that we have clothes that will appeal to you, we would like you to come in and see. ' our line. Whether to look or to buy, we shall be gtod " to have an opportunity to show you these good clothes. E. L. Cockrell Livingston, y. - .... - mi m m indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's New Life Pills, Paul Mathnlka, of Buffalo, N. Y says there are the "King of all laxatives. They are a blessing to all my family and I always keep a bottle at home." Get a box and get well. Price- - 25c! Recommended by Chas. C. Davis. Money loan THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVE For constipation, headaches, election, Hubert Barnes, of Brodbead, and Daniel Ponder, of LivThese men are young, active and have tbe essential ingston qualifications to make good officers; they will treat the people right. I personally vouch for their honesty, integrity and their Repub.icanism. In the past they have rendered valuable party in their respective localities. service Having confidence in the great body of Republicans of this county to do the fair and just thing in this coming primary, I submit my cause for your consideration. Yours very respectfully, J. S. LANGFORD. TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. This fs for the purpose of notifying the public that I will not be a deputy under J. S. Langforc. incase he is nominated and elected Sheriff of this county. I have v. untarily withdrawn from this race In justice to Mr. Langford, because of some talk that has been handled about me within the last few days. ' Envy! Somebody banks your money. Why Not You? J i Aren't you as thrifty other fellow ? as the Bank account enables you to havo what the other fellow has. You and Your Wife and children wont have to take a back seat for the Best . BANK WITH US Very truly, yo Loan: $15oo to M. V. SWINFORD. James Maret, correspondent Journal from his home town of ever trod the rugged road of the newspaper business, is a'candidate for many years of the Interior as at estate. per cent on good real Call at this office. 8 Mt Vernon and as clever a man n Af..r" CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. For the reasons stated ic Mr. Swinford's card, he will not be my Deputy in case of my nomination and election as Sheriff of this County. His withdrawal was voluntary on his part. Very truly, J. S. LANGFORD PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. - t n - . i n ! .m """" , " """"" aSK:iMfflyfirnirriiTiiM'riTTiirrMr"Trr' MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mr. Vbknox.Ky., duly" 1 'J. r-7 M.'ouv le '- -' wlull toCommuri SICNAI. of. the t as well as the kind of Clothes You'll Lilsie kind service you get here Our service includes the best clothes the world affords at $10, $15 and$20clothes that give you ful value for every dollar you put in them. we sell. Any style you want; any price suit you waat ; thing that means value for your money is here. anyIf Miirte B CO. LOUISVILLE tNASHVlLLCP TIME TABLE. ,4 59 P in ;: ncrtn. 3:53 a m 21 :ortn 1:38 air A) south V 1 -- I Jmitli I 12:19 am as. Landrum, Agent. Mi I you need shirts, this is the best time to buy them, for this is P ione No. 8. j ninnl ii h t ll.i- - Wrnoii, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. PERSONAL Hvatt Crawford is numberei among the siclc. Soft Madras Shirts Mrs. Ada Harlan, of Oklahoma, with tin Mit turn rntN ami i the guest of Mrs CO. Davi sid't r. liars to matrh Born to t .e wife of J. B. Me Kenzie on la.st Saturday a fine loj. pound hoy. of T i will pay Parcel W Hutcherson, or Express is the guest of the Louisville, Charges on your Mail or Misses Thompson this week. Mrs. E. S. Albright and Phone Orders spent Saturday until children to Around the Wednesday with homefolks at 1 London. Some uin nev'r t'l! thiv wives have his The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Some stirring around Brodhead, C. A. Slaughter has opened up McKenzie will soon Mr and Mrs. V. P. Freeman LOCAL week with ready for theFair of course. Owens died last nigh! and will bf a deliberate falehood i,cai:.-- they a meat market in the store iosidence finished on Lovell's getting spent a irtion of last havn't tim.' to stu Jv one 11 p. Lane. Fritz Kruger is putting They expect to put on a big one burned today at Maretburg. Freeman's da lighter, Mrs. J. Mr. Come to thu Fair and see the room of J. T. Proctor. Main this year. up a brick kiln on West T. Meadows. When a man celobrate.s the big bird haul a man around the Little Jack Fish, who is seriousMr. W. N. Roberts aged 79 street and when burned will niver.-ar-y and son. ring in a vehicle. a of nis birth be Mrs. R. B. Mullins The Pastor of the Presbyterian ly ill ot typhoid fever is resting years died at his home near Pine begin the erection of a business day erf; a woman usually takes a lJenjamiu spent a part of the On Aug. (3th. 7th. and 8th. the Hill Monday after an illness of and opera house at rail road cross Church will meet his regular ap- sjme easier, as wo go to press. yoav olT. week with Dr. aud Mis. R. $V. gieat Passion Play, Jesus of several weeks. The deceased was ing' Main street.... Mr... K rueger pointment at Livington on uext For Salk: Fine full blooded .Dyche, at London. i.Sunda Nazareth or Christ from the born in Baltimore and came to nas A GOOD INVESTMENT. more an unci, Jersey cow and heifer calf. Eiigi erected very Mrs. Logue Sowder was cradle to the grave, will be this county some twentv odd years buildiners in Mt. Vernon than There is talk of building the ble to register. Price 3.G0.00. W. D. Majjli. a rell fcHcmu sick the first of the week. shown at Mutt & Jeff opera ago and located at Pine Hill Kociceastie hotel entirely ot Lang says he has Wis., W. L. Richards. merchant of Whitemound, For a Jay her recovery seemed house during fjhp lnir. locts, tor where he has . resided alj the any other man and bought a stock of CliunihortatH" fairly started in. W. J. slune- "wuuiu roauu a snowy just iin possible. She is better at this ajl. IvotViing is calculated to worry a j medicine so as to he ablo to );ile Hying the life of an honor- Sparks Co., have blasted out "mc p4r lime. man more than to have his wife them to his customers. After reable and upright citizen. He b,as, pnqugh S,tqne in tjieir Mt. Ver-nq- n CqipfKUciL Cluis, All memDevolo, the wonderful bicyclist Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tate are no relatives in the county and nuarry to last them .hra bers of the Commercial Club are inform him that ho has been talk- ceiving them lie was himsflf With Mr. Tate's mother here for doesn't jump over the moon like if he had any living elsewhere, months or more when some two requested to be present at next ing in his sleep and then refuse to taken nick and says tbrt oae Shirley, who holds Mother Gome's cow but from it is unknown. u. few days. The widow weeks ago tliey put off one blast tell him what he said. small hottl; of (.Tnmberlain's Tuesday night's meeting promptly a good position in Knoxville, is the stunts he does with that Survives him. The burial took containing six thousaud seven at 5. 0'cloCt. Honor List, The following ' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea out to try to recuperate from machine of his one might imagine place at the pine Hil cemetery ' Remedy fifty pounds of was worth more- - to Him hundred and a severe illness of several days. he could outdo that ceiebrated Tuegday afternoon with the honors dynamite. This gives their big Th north wall of Rockcastle enterprising progressive persons thati the cost of his entire stwk aud firms contributed this week to bovine. of the Masonic order. Mrs C. C. Williams returned to high vaulting gasoline driven drill a resting UQte 1S Progressing nicely, the the Postage fund of Boone Way of thesi machines. For sale by Langford stone makes a mighty Louisville Saturday to be under An ostrich "kicks" forward Our town is doing some hustling gpell but instead of taking a vest tine finish. The second story of Booster Band, and become mem- all dealers. After of a specialist. treatment ahead putting down and not backward like a horse; ot workIn building it is going Old Cull says he has slept ' McBee brick is beh, bers of that splendid club a few days iu Louisville she and so remember this fact and don't in various lines. six inch bored w ells for citizens the Sutt0n ers: there is the "Rockcastle" a under blankets r.eiv night this Mrs. Wot will stand too clone in frout of her daughter, '"making puciucu. F. E Mullins, merchant, Mul- sntumer. $10,00 hotel under way and will in and around town. Its tie stays in lirst. story. Dawson or White tiiihtr go to you wait". During "Hurricane when inspecting the be ready to open by time frost wells while Woodword of Laurel, re- lins Station; First State Bank, tho blankets are stored upstairs. Johu ;Suiphur Springs foi the Summer. big bird when he comes to trot falls, and will prove a great ad- the week it finisht up wells for publican dandidate for legislature, Pinoville, the leading financial in- AUy, ',. R. Gentry has been Jin the ML. Vernon fair ring. Meshack from this district, before August stitutton of South Han Kentucky; Hotel, uio v.u si.nuS wonui exintnc dition and convenience to the Rockcastle davs and ery sick tiy several place. Its location is on site of Genuy, Earnest Thompson and primary, will speak at Mt. Ver- James Clark .Ir.j of the James tile biggest ''cabhnge hestd at the iSur some time ;i was feared he Notice: Mrs. Ruth grown, Then there is the big non at 1 p. m. July 28th County Clark Jr. Klectilc Co., manufac-- l fair iC the directors would 'iwit ojd Miller hotel, formerly others. He is widow of the deceased, typhoJL Mason tie would have "Things Court day. Laurel county hassjx Hirers aud dealers in a big line of! n,st " removing it from his Newconib hotel at corner of fair right on hands do move" hereabouts. fietUr now aud the doctor tft inks m. Brown having renounced the Main apd candidates in the field with eyes electrical supplies, Louisville: Ceo. j nock wJiore:' ZT'- fhird streets. Sutton by proper care he may be j provisions of the will of her that McBpe are progressing lookpig toward Frankfort. Four W. Marler, a leading farmer. jand jgs MFDIOINF F able to at'oid a serious attack. huban?. which orovided for a nicely with their brick SnrT-housrepublicans, one democrat and one mo; Wm. Bullock c Hansford, the "Mf' Wn''ln rpp yoij iq candidate? for jailei, and A telegiatu to Mrs. L B Adams public ?ale r,f all property successful merchant, farmer, real' , progessive. on Kast Main with Walter f ' My httfe girl Had dvsctifcarv JromPrestonsburg. announces the which sale was advertised to take Gray expert brick layer putting that will get "lickftd, you can all estate dealer and leader in praiao- - very ; that-goomeet Aug. 13, 14, and 15, in had. I thought she arrival of a twelve pjund boy at plafe on Saturday Jujy ,0, 1O13 bem down in first class order Tiie.e is Idle. Chamberlain . s Colic, ClioVra Wanted: Ten or more car donoiMt. Vernon h a,r. tVu grove at the Brodhead Fair conformity to the orders the residence of Mr. and Mis. now lu lo.ads of sassafrass roots delivered more room for names in the mem- - ml (rma R,.tneiiy cured hoi. and an,d Steves on the job. grounds during the Fair and dee i3 called Joe Harkins. Mrs Ha. kins was 0f tjle court 4 An vnnr'l tfittVilll- - uiv tliot t ic Ul.l- a.u. .fter Sept. ! .ijteve Ppoctqr pontractqr aud 1913 at Brodhead bership book, why tint lil(llllll .'1 Vf& i4ini Baker, iflff flnd wil, not 1)ft made. Reca Miss lormerly on why you over entered this cide the best medicine in tlv world" Ey. For pirticulars write, self the honor to have yours placed carpenter who has general supr- - ?ape any way. .daughter of Geo. W. Baker, ,vho t wd.1 help ypu v. ..n,l ..... Knobs Essentia 0u Co , 'tlroin'.nrlllpln tli nnrt WHteS MrS. WllHaW OrvK Cl.irc W..V. Lexington and was buried' Vision an4 Steve Carpentpr who Jird at Mich. For sale hv CIms. C time. i(.H2. Executor. ?ext This July. H two months since. along? Inly Biodhead, Ky. ftere Jog raises a first class niQrtor. Davis. a We Stand By What You Buy.' The Shirt Stot O 1 - of this co.iimumty I We Post 50c to $1.50 All BUSY CORNER Next COURT HOUSE ARROW SHIRTS ARROW Collars an-tak- es I ) - I , Bro-irpj.- !,. e I I d wm t. jo lt, fc. A A. J ,' .........v.,. 4-- t. TBMSXSBMSSStSKMtM THE BIG MT. YERNON FAIR AUGUST 6, 7 and 8, 1913 .. ...-- . lr. , . Look This Over. Fine rat TTI- - T- - : m " ' . ,&. f 1&"l if FINE FLORAL HALL DISPLAY. FiNE HORSES and plenty of tfasm. Attractions in the State FINE MUSIC by one of the best bands EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT by the Kentucky Experimental Staiion A place for study . Rest Room for the Ladies Plenty of. HURRICANE You will see him just as represented at The Mt Vernon Fair HIGH-CLAS- S AMUSEMENTS No evil devices permitted on the grounds Remember tht'BABY SHOW on the last day s 1DEV0L0 The Greates Bicycle Act in the World. i 1913 I Special Free Attractions at the Mt. Vernon Fair, August 6, 7 and 8, t ai&tVvw " ti ? Bvtei i4 rtfHJffWKagaaBMaaHeaB road made every changed, every contmet drawn some qucsti us of law arise. I have been tiuable to tee all the voters face to face, and cannot make a full canvas- - of the couuty on account of sickness in mv firmly. I submit my qualifications with abiding faith n ll and if named as your nominee will do all in my power to hi lp carry our party to success: that progress peace and prosperity may abundantly abound throughout our home laud we all love and cherish so well. So let us live uowaid and onward, that brighter eras ma dawn with each fleeting year in this our native I beg to remain, hath. Your friend, o-ie arise, every se f"'"!.., fes?tg;i g -- ! yMd a UlllH For Infants and Children. ir " 11 rSiy4 MK: SaaBaaaaBaaaaaHBHaHVaaaaaai S Bg? Kfflm-&fc?-lr. 4HHHI BHlHaBaBBSHBaaflHaHaKaH fefi. S2SI LCOIIOL 3 PER flKXT ANelafilePreparalionforAj omiiiuiiiiijuicruuuanuKCPuii tingllii! Stomachs andBovcisof The Kind You Have Always Bought IbSISI aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaRjyjp?j5g& Bears the Signature M wmt Promotes Opiua'.-Mflrphiac Jf it DiSestionJCl-xcrfd- - iicss and lfcst.CO:itaIns rciiltcr not .Narcotic, Pin-J-it norMid. war S. D. Lewis., otcd" M yk CAM MULLINS. NOTICKTO THE VOTKUS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Some of my enemies are going in the West side of the county and tellinif tin' people, if I am elected to the office of Sheriff that Dee Cummins will be dropped off, and tint Geo Griffin will be one of my deputies, which is untrue; and they go in the Kast side and tell that if I am elected that Jack Ahney will be dropped off and Mr. Griffin will he a deputy which is untrue. I don't mean to throw any insinuations on the jood name of Mr. Griffin or any of his friends, I only want these parties to tell the truth. If I am elected will have nopart Jack Abney and Dee Cummins will be my deputies. I am not afraid for the people to know who my deputies Mr-Grifti- n will be. -- CAM MULLINS. Subscribed and sworn to before me by Cam Mullins, this July 14, i913. E.S. Albright, Notary Public. My commission expires Feb. 11, 1914 WHAT OTHER PEOPLE SAID ABOUT LUKER YEARS BEFORE HE BECAME A CANDIDATE. C. Weaer, Ky., Oct. t5, 19O4. R. Office of J. K. Lewis, . Attorney-at-Law- Superintendent of Laurel County Schools London, K.V., Jan. ;o, rqOS. To Whom it May Concur n: Mr. Charles Luker is a teacher of this couuty who has given general satisfaction in all his teaching. He is a thorough scholar, a careful painstaking instructor, and a young man of v good morals and correct habits. I recommend him to anv board desiring a first class teacher. Very respectfally, J. K. Lkwis, County Supt. of Laurel Co. Halcyoudale, Ga., May Concern: The bearei', Mr. Charles Luker is well known to me having been born and raised in my immediate neighborhood and having attended my school for a number of I can say he is a months. bright, intelligent and industrious J young man of exceptionally good character and habits. He has never to my knowledge, been charged of any crime or mis conduct of any kind and if given a fair chance, would I thing, make an efficient cle.k as he has a fair education and is a young man that wants to make somebody of himself. Any favor that may be shown him will be thankfully received by him and appreciated by his father and mother, also, by him former teacher and neighbor. Tc Whom it To the Voters of Rockcastle Co.- :Because of a slight illness I am and have been confined to my bed for the greater part of tw weeks under the aire of a doctor. Tnis will make it impossible for me to canvass the county as thoroughly as I had expected However I am improving rapidly and hope to be able to do some more riding before the election. I trust that my frier ds will rally to ray support just as loyally as though I had seen you in person and solicited your help. I will be forced to leave my campaign almost entirely in your hands. Iu those parts of the county where I have been I find the sentiment of the people against keeping one man in office a life time. I want each voter to consider earnestly and conscientiously whether it is right to continue to give your support to a nun Miss Tempest Ward. you have made rich already. The To the Citizens of Rockcastle tax payers of this county have You havo done enough for him County : The education of our children is a sacred trust. Upon the training ot our boys aud girls of today depend the industrial, in tellectual and moral conditions of the men and women of the future. As a citizen of Rockcastle county, a teacher by choice and necessity, and a candidate for the office of Superintendent of schools of our couny, I ask you to give careful cousideration to my claims and will appreciate your support on August 2. UNSIGHTLY FACE SPO TS Are cured by Dr. Hodsoq's Eczema Ointment, which heals all skin eruptions. No matter bow long you luve been troubled ly itching, burning or scaly skin humors, just put a little of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, on the sores and the suffering stops instantly Healing begins that very minute. Doctors use ft in tneir practice and recommend it. Mr. Alleman of Littletown Pa, says: "Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks" Guaranteed to relieve or money refunded. All druggies, or by mail Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemi- ical Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. JubabacuZIi njraictJ- - ft jf Mi In )laZ.y23)?bz mi W1R Apcrftct Remedy for CcmsIIja-tlo. Sour Stotnach.Dlanta Yorius,Co'.rvulsioTO.Fevi$Ir TacSiuufc Signature of fr Use For Over nessaiulLossorSLEEP. foK E. R. GENTRY. k'ept him m office almost 2." years mother vote for him is a vote igainst a young man who is just ' starting in life and who is appealing to you for an equal shovv. , s: a The Centaur Compaxt, NEWYOKK. Thirty Years Cxai7iffiBnlid KunKmteed undcrthe 'TrriJSr--- Food afl, ' THC CtNTAUn COMPANY, NSW VOMK CITY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. I spent the first years of my life' in qualifying my.elt to fill this position; now do you not thinic tt would be only fair aud just serve to give me a chance to pnfflmnnw'Mnmimnnimnffl! m.miMnnn.mn.iM.1 the people of the county in the capacity of County Attorney. Kv,. VERNON CD. I want to sav further to you that I am not the candidate of PRACTICAL any man or set of men; I entered zW UNDERTAKERS the race at the solicitation ol I FUNERAL DIRECTORS, frieuds all over the county. --zz AND am making my own race and K3n:aijikim ZZ askir.g the voters to honor me with this important office. Mt. Vernon, Ky, zW I want to appeal to the people to stand by me in this fight and any effort put forth in my behalf will be remembered with a heart j Licened Em balm or will have charge of that line of full of gratitude. work for the company. Your friend, Hoarse sont to all points "zzt CrOrders by wire promptly tilled. E. R. Gkntky. J DpKET jl ;m$3 JL g g COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. ; ; C. A. Casteel, e To Whom Prof. C. R luker taught the public school at iUiddle Ground this year and gave entire satisfaction to all his patrons. one of We considered him the best teachers we have iiad in years and we take pleasure m recommending him to any com-munity it June iS, i9US May Concern: Dealer in General Merchandise. I am submitting these recom-mndations to the public so that those who do not know me may judge my qualifications and earnestly trust that every voter iu this district will give my candidacy due consideration. I am anxiously awaiting your decision on Aug. 2nd. Your? respectfully. C. R. Lukeu. To the Republicans of Rockcastle County: My opponents are making Complaint, that I should not receive the nomination for County Attorney, on account of my long tenure in office: This is just the reason I should receive it, the County in legal Contemplation is treated as an individual concern, if it is sued it is sued as an individual it it sues in legal parlance it sues as an individual party, such is true with your other business bodies of the county, your banks Telephone Companies,! Coal raiues the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company. Each of these may and have attheeud.or oftener of each year changed their officers such as presidents, superintendents, general managers, cashiers, auditors, etc., but you never have known one of them to change its attorney so if it is true with one or mauy why not with all? It requires work, study and experience to become familiar with the affairs of all such businesses I say this not egotistically; but person it oeiieve it tnere is a within Jhe confines of the county who is familiar with the legal business that confronts your county I am. Every settlement every claim for or against the county some legal question will wishing habits and character. to employ a faithful teacher. He is a young man of steady moral excellent Trustees School. W. D. Shepherd, R. W. WAI.KEH, S. E. Lee. of Middle Ground J;v V Lordon, Ky. Jau. 30, i9o8. To Whom it May Concern: I have known the bearer, Charles Luker, since his infancy and have always found him to be a strictly honest, sober, industrious young man of good 111 lU,jr, tVtiy UHlttl LUJIilLlCI baving the respect and confidence oia!l who know him. He comes of good parentage and bv close application and energy cu his part has acquired his education and has taught in the Public Schools of our couuty with good success. He possesses good business ability and I feel cheerful in recommending him to any one desiriug his services .as teacher or in any other capacity believing that he will give satisfaction in any position for xwhich he would ask. Very truly, P. R. Pennington, .Jjidge of Laurel, Co. I One hundred and four Republicans from different parts of the county hive signed a petition declaring COUNTY ATTORNEY. their intentions to We Are Authorized to Announce support me for this school office. E. B. THOMPSON Attorney Rockcastle Aa n candidate for I ask the voters to consider subjoct to the actionCnuntv Republicanofparty. Auk- of the what my friends think of my ust Primary. 1813. R GENTRY . for County fitness for this place, iustead of Aa a candidateaction of the Attorney of Rockcastle Republican party, Auubjecttothe listening to those who may not gust Primary, 1013. 8HERIFF. be my friends may say. We Are Authorized to Announce CAM MULLINS I will outline some of the general As a candidate for 8horiff of Rockcastle subject to policies for which I stand. toe action of the Republican party, August Primary, 1013. I believe In industrial as well We Are Authorized to Announce T. S. BRANM AMON as intellectual and moral training. A a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to the action of 1 favor a hearty cooperation mary. 1918. the Republican party. August PriWc Are Authorized to Announce of the rural, graded and high J. S. LANGFORD of the county. school interests Aa a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to of I believe a Superintendent the action1013. the Republican party. August Primary. should stand by the teachers, We Are Authorized to Announce HARRY encourage them and help to As a candidate for Jailer otJONES Rockcastle subject to tb action or the Repdblican party. August Pri- s bring about the same spirit ary. 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce among the patrons. JAMES WINSTEAD candidate for Jailer of party. subject to I think the greatest opportunity At aaction of the Republican RockcastleAugust Prithe . to belter the schools is to mary, 1013.Ara Authorized to Announce ' We J. C. MIZE strengthen the teachers, by re-- r candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to from As aaction of the Republican party, August the quiring 3, htefoer standaid 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce year to year. M. C. BOWDER, economically ex- As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to I believe in the action of tho Republican party, August Pripending the county's money, mary. 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce looking first after the necessities BILLIE BAKER subject to flTe as to bui Idings and the supply As scandidatooffor Jailer of Rockcastle August Jhe Republican party, fujtin WlWrp. H?I3.- of water. COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce I believe in keeping a school S. F. BOWMAN in reach of the children. as County Court As a candidate for Rockcastle county, subject to the action Of all questions I favor a fair Clerk of ortae Republican party, August primary 1013. We are authorized to announce consideration, believing strongly HUBERT BARNES Court as in "equal rights to all, exclusive As a candidate for county, subject County action to the Olerk of Rockcastle ofthe Republican party. August primary 1013. privileges to none." We are Authorized to Annouuce T. J NICELEY I favor the improvement of As a oandidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcascounty subject tc the 'action of the Republican sanitary conditions of houses tle Primary. August 3. 1013. and grounds, especially a better SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. We Are Authorized to Announcp venti'ation of schqpjr houses. MISS famous men once Aa a candidate forTEMPEST WARD Schools of One of our Superintendent of Rockcastle subject to the action ofthe Republic un party, August Primary. 1013. said: "Let the people rule." We Are Authorized to Announce We should apply this in questions J. W. XXNCER Aa a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of of school interest: Rockcastle subject to the action ofthe Republican my candidacy to your party. August primary. IB 13. Announce I trust We Are Authorized to CHAS. B. ANDERSON careful consideration and shall Schools of As a candidate for Superintendent of Republican thank you for your support. Rockcastle subject to the action ot the party, August primary, 1013. Hoping to meet vou personally ASSESSOR We Are Authorized to Announce campaign closes, my before HARBISON BURDETT subject As a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle August lam, Sincerely your friend, to the action uf -the Republican party. Primary. "laTbmpbst Ward. Pg-mar- y. REPRESENTATIVE. We Are Authorized to Announce L. P. THOMPSON REPRESENTATIVE As a candidate for Representative from the 70th We Are Authorized to Announce District, coinposad of the Counties of Legislative V AT B. SEWELL Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Kepublicnn As a candidate for Representative from the 70th Primary, August 2, 1013. Legislative District, composed of the Counties ot We Are A orized to Announce Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Democratic Primary, Ausust 2, 1013. O. R. LUKER As a enndidate for Representative from the 70th Legisltive .District coiupojcd of the Counties oi La'irelandHoclcoaare. suDioctto the Republican REPUBLICAN TICKET. irna."v August 2, 10113. We are Authorized to announce P. M. KASII ot KocUcaatle county Aa a cuu Jidutc lor AJaeasor Hcpublican Pnuiory. nuujiittt to the action ortha AUHU3C S, 1013. DE3L0C11ATIC MAGISTRATE. JAMES MABET. Mt. Veruon. Kv.. is a can We Are Authorized to Announce didate tor Humiliation for County Court Clerk ut . W. M. SOWDEH i the Democratic Primury, AukuatS. 1013. As a candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial composed of K. Mt. Vernon and Walnut Didtri;t. We Are Authorized to Announce Grove voting precincts, subject to the action of the W. A. TODD Republican patty peneral primary election. AugA a candidate for Jailer of Itockcautle subject to ust 2. 1013. tb action of the Doraocratic party, August priWe Are Authorized to Announce mary, I0i::. Pontottice: Level Qreen, Ky. J. If. LAMBERT SHERIFF As a candidate for Magiatrato Second Magisterial District, composed ot W. ML Veruon. Orlando We Are Authorized to Announoe and Roundstoue votinc precincts, subject to the D. M. CHESS. JR. action of the Republican party general primar As a candidate for Sheriff of KocUcaatle subject to election, August 2, 1013. the action or the Democratic party, August Pri- ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are Autuorizt'd to Announce H Office g GEORGE OWEftSS, Mt. Vernon Monumental Builtling Mann.w 1'HOXE ll'J liiiaiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimi TICKET. .XCfcCcq-C- C 3oC3Clg30Ly I HUKbh mm, fJL I 'Bi 1 mary. 1013. Saddles, Buggy and Wagon Harness, $ . - it r , in 1 d .jt ni t , oonars, in iact, au Kinas ;: orioies, oianKecs, r of Horse Goods Sold and repaired. SHOE SHOP IN CONNECTION. Old Main Street back of Court Iloiwe. is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, aud until the last lew years wah supposed to be incurable. For i great many yeais doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with pronounced it local treatment, incurable. Science has proven "I want lo tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- Catarrh to be a constitutional' 5E disease, and therelore requires j? ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Hall's constitutional treatment. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio m liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Drauc- ht cure is the only Constitutional saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, on the market. It is taken internally is doses from 10 drops they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht It acts dito a teaspoonful. made them break out, and she has had no rectly on the blood and mucous W more trouble. I shall never be without They surfaces of the system. offer one hundred dollars for any Send for case it fails to cure. circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., dLACK-DRAUGToledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 70c. Take Hall's Family Pills for in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzf- constipation. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar RJD YOUR CHILDREN OF ajjments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, WORMS. PI rejjable, geiitle ang valuable remedy. Yon can change fretful, 41 If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black chidlren into healthy, Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e happy youngsters, by ridding them of worms. Tossing, rolling years of splendid success proves its value. Good for grinding of teeth, crying out young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. while asleep, accompauied with & pains in the intense thirst, and bowels, feverishness stomach are symptoms End bad breath, that indicate worms. Kickapoo Aj 'uotfuixai 00 110 T101S '0 SVH3 ty AjjonjuaM ui mH Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, expells the worms, regulates the bowels, restores your childreg to health aud happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin, 111., says: I have used Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and entirely rid my children of worms I would not be without. " Guarai -teed. All druggists, or by mail. Kickapoo Indian Price 25c Medicine" Co , Philadelphia aud 3TXV 3N008 T3JHTO St. Couis. Tbre S iccStpegerr W. T. DAVIS x:fccK S Saved Girrs Life Black-Draught," ft -- J J ? i. I JJ fl J a 5 j J J U-6- 3 m 3S39 IT aS!