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' . - - PIJIIiII.SI'Ia' r 1 ,- Established 1887 NUMBER 43 -. WJ Nd v -- v -- - mi ,. , ,1-,- Yoi.UMK XXVI. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1913 E. R. GENTRY. "My hvsirian advises use that mastery over thv people. Su.-prc-e n have a .slight attack of Typhoid Justice HarJ m late of the fever: also that under the most court of the UTnite"d States favorable conditions that I will in his definition of a corporation fined to my room says "It is a Uiij without a soul he a week yet and possibly longer and which Christ did not dje to for Therefore it will be impossible lor save". Now from his definition me, in person, to wage the vigor- do you think Rockcastle is a corous campaign, in my own behalf poration? Do you not think lb it 1 had planned, .ind I must J ndge unfair in his coin- anper.1 o my fritiids to take up parison? Futhermoie lie as much n.y light anil ee to it that my 'as siys that he expects this office inici'est is not neghcted. lam an log as he lives: that four already under ohhgations to 30U, ye.tr: from no;y he will bo a can bul for you to throw yourself into didute again a corporations never the fight and successfully carry change their attorney. The vicioty ynit Icetimi of an attorney for a n si( k man to have tuy lasting gratitude jor:iti::n, is made bv a board of and, demonstrate the peoples' directojs composed of Irom three power to rule. to nine members, who are ttsuilly My light ir.ag.inst a life tenure intimidaie.i or iniliunced by the of ottVe holdit.gand if noiri'inted attorney, and that accounts for . and h s tenure of office, promise thit I v r.ot m dertak'e to hold office per- A County Attorney is elected p.tunlly, as believe in dividing by the people rf the county and the spoils and honors of office to the people I am appealing In among th.i deserving. this race. I am not expecting any The rare is between mo and thing from greedy, hungry and Judge Lewu:, the incumbent who oppressive corporations, like the has held office by (he grace aud Standard Oil Co., or its directors, patience of the republicans of this' but I am expecting at the hands rouniy for twenty yeais. Mr. of a generous,, open handed who nspius to the publican partv, such as we have s.sme position and who. by the wav in this county, support and is a good lawyer and Republican recognition and a nommaMon lor has no .showing to win ar.d a vote a responsible ofheo I viij hidced for iiiin iuruases tiie chances for be disappointed in case the Reforjudge Lewis,. (onteiiding publican party of ihis cany .oipotieul, t win this nomination. allows itself to be hrnwiioitrti m this The intimidated and over influenced J am not, Republicans, who think and know so as to put itself 011 a footing that ,1 urge Lewis has held office with a corporation and perpetulung enough, in the county, and ally keep him in oilice. grown f.it at the public crib; and The issue is: A re you in favor who are calling for his defeat, of one man holding ofIi;e a life cannot acco'uplish it by voting! time, or do you believe in giving for .Mr. Thompson. You who are another a chance and divide the against Judge Lewis can defeat spoils aud honors of office? If him by voting and working for you are in favor of the latter, vote nie for nie. My opponent, Judge Lewis, I Leave the management of my would have you believe that the campaign in the hands of my county is a coiporation and he friends and submit inv cause to suggests to you, that when a them and' the Republicans ot T nec-ssari- ly L-wis fie-ill- cor-uoul- d cier-ted- j 1 j . ; 111 I mi-tak- eti j cor-porati- has once selected Attorney that it never changes. pacity of the former, to manage, Such talk-- is nonsensical. Who and direct my campaign and would compare Rockcastle County cheerfully abiding by the decision with its piople of culture and re- of the latter. finement, to a cold heartless I remain, Your friend. arrogates to itself a E R.GENTRY. Sampson is spending a few dayc in Danville with her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Proctor H. H. Wallin, before returning to spent a few. days with their son, her home in Rushville, Ind. -Steve, at Mt. Vernon last week. Miss Bessie Keisling has returned Joe Carter has returned home j to her home in Knoxville, Tenn., after spending a fewr days with ' after spending a week with Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter. J. M. Clark. J. H. Jarrett is Mrs. L. B Hilton spent a few very sick at this writing. Mrs. days with her parents, Mr. and Jas. Black of Flat Lick, is spend-- a Mrs. J. R. Cass the latter part of few days with Mr. and Mrs. S. last week. Mr. and Mrs. A.. M. R. Black this weekr Edd Owens Hiatt. spent the night with Mr. is at home from Springfield, Ohio, and Mrs Allen Hiatt, at Quail, on Jor a few days W. J. Brown has Thursday of last Week. Arthur moved his family to Walnut Grove Anderson is here f torn Paris, for and is chief miller for the Walnut a few days. Mrs. Becky Si ubert Grove Roller Mills. Mr.-- . Linda left for her home in Defiance, Benton has moved from Millers-burg- , Ohio, last Saturday she was acto the place recently vacated companied to J unction City by her by Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, on sister. Mrs. R. S. Martin. Miss Silver street Mr. and Mrs. Anna Sullivan of Williamsburg, Shirley Tate., are visiting her is spending a few days with rela- mo her, Mrs. Linda Benton this tives this week. Mrs. Orval week. Mr. Tate is taking a much IlKOUlftiAD. its Rockcastle, confident of the ca- TUT T t o -t 25 Pound Bags luishnd and fn e Italian, r.nd also about one tourth it sometimes happens, and you, CHlOn S JJiG O I (Jranulatetl Uf Lsnn editor of a paper, small children, to n.ouru her loss, of the passengers up i.eie. (.'a Me aid dauh course most of the steerage vo.,li'.. ihnt- cnnii ?c il,o Mrs Laura ...... ' MW' Sugar l.i "While ters. Mrs J H. like, MisvsEti passengers are Italian. It is with great pleasure that for are spending two some of the men 'speak English I Uarn from you that the cloud ai (1 Siisi', wcIvswHi't parr.ts Mi. and we seldom come upon them, and that has been lunging over Mis J. ) il .. . - J.uc Ad tins such a time as vchnve with our Louisville for some litlle lime is about 10 year.-- ld, a r.ind S'.n of gestures At breakfast the other beginninig to diVappeai-- , and I our sincerely hope that before a' Mr nd Vtr-- . Smith Adams, of ninrning. one wo.ian ot &, to ask for a great while, there will be (' i last Wichita pirty tried ritUe ;i3 nothing . YT Th torn t: e effects of a lemon for litr tea and diew an but clear skies between Louis VVe aVC going to M Tm-lh. us Kelly, nfne.ir omelette. It is mftre fun than ville and Mt. Vernon. d' f I am I y i.enst i". wa-i- n 50 cent values town ihis woek going on an Ameticu.. or sure that the citizens of Louisig M. line. alve- - - Cashier A bin Special to close in. a wlioup ville, at least those lljat I know v Mir rail" I Hi i t i ( hi a i. L ' Whjle in New o:, we i isittc and have associated 22 c with Sn-i- t m iir $67. i.i.l bought auoihri tlie Aquarium, which is one ol l'n the Commercial Club a:sd on inteie-tjn- g New- - the inost fr. mC, C Howell $7" sijbts I the B.iQster trips, know that I jj.i I i.f have ever seen. not what helps the Suite ;i r l'i'-vii- , t.in U nny and i hound th OiMw.i sc lion di d.:sl wuelc dreamed titers wer' so many to help its metropolis, $1.50 Fil.re Suit CVes .friMii lyjihud in Uifi lever, a)d Mat bf'atltilijl ipid "i.hl .hist 20 in the lot 90c I turned the letter oivr to the m- - w A h s b.eeu very low' urn Id, We wpeijt a little time Commercial Club, as suggested, ui h disease .s:iid to 'e ' but uu n.onev at ' Tiff inics' and and I beiieve they are ging to '1 iicien ViyIi h s took a si&lu seeing automobile do as you ii proving suggestt-d- . in fact, Calicoes Summer oed Ins fainil fjnm i faun through upper New Yurie. I they have already written several hCii town to il e .1 U Kiitlilun.h certainly was disappoint id in the letters to and Skirts sever;. I people at lot represents ffl l t 'Millionaire:; i v belief proiejl ne.tj" tlje depot as Washington, as I understand wlnn $1 vanes cxW it. Mrs T. S. J''riL . W.t lanreroli-.- i tq jui! ...-- ylle there. soliciting their aid in tne staple and ldSumvLailies tfalaU notni the Boone burned early Ttie day trori iug Mi. Vernon is the p'jL?i for me. Way. This, I think, shows you uc shirting styles, m She had put a frying pan of grease The more I see the$riiore I am that they were sincere when they 45 c the yard on the s6ve and left the kitchen, convinced that I never want to wrote you some lutlo t:;;.e ago whitii CttUghf, fit 6, aijd t$ Mrs leave the Southern Mountains'". n older to help tho cauv' Pongee a C. H. Frith threw the pun out little bit, I am enclosing, here Silk Goods the door, the clothing of her with $2.00 to help the postage Worth $1.50 mother-in-lawas ignited, and 15c to 35c- - values . fund, in order to get your movepracticujlv 3) hyrued off. FortunBOONE WAY ment under way. Such as white goods k"1,ecla 1nce 75c ately Mrs C. H. Frith wa able to Trusting ypu will appreciate Irish Linen s, figured keep the flames from her face, And Bumping Out Bumps the spirit in which this letter is but in so doing burnt her hands written and hoping to see you tt,nd firms, almost to a crisp. Mrs Black ard sometime in the near future, 1 When persons, factions or com Special, the yard T. S. Frith is in 3, qerjous con10c! munities have thru misunder am, with kindest 'regards and Blue Dress Skirts dition, and is feaied that she will standings or best wishes, mIsapp'reheuion PI' Worto up to $10 not recover. Mrs. Maude laboring Yours very trulv, under delusions, it Special Percalles Sproule ro turned from a doesn't require a life time to Jas. Clark Ju. 12A e Values visit to relatives in Williams- clear up 8i m the differences and burg, and Lafolletto, Tenn. make crooked things straight'' Louisville, Ky. Monday. Misses Minnie Iliatt when each side has its attention 17th. July 19i3. 12a c and Oma Brown of Quail section, called to SU white the subject in the Mr. James Maret, the gupsts of Mr. and Mis. proper way to make the matter Secretary Commercial Club, Were Dress Ginghams & c A. M. Hiait Saturday nnd Sunplflin, that all parties concerned Mt. Vernon, Ky., 'm Linen Skirts 98c day. Mrs. Walter Robins way are willing to do justice & Here's vonr -onnortunitv between Dear Sir: wa " J down f 0111 Mt. Vernon Saturday Tho attention ot the Board of Dress Goods communities and man and man. to buy a supply fur summer. H until Monday. Mrs. D. C. Thru the efforts of the Secretary Directors ol the Louisville Com:i of Ljnchl.urg, Va , Mrs of our Commercial w .ww -- Wc. rir Am mited. vw Club and Mr. mercial Club has been called by Satiie Moore and Casper Adams, James Clark Jr.. a leading busi- one of its members to your cir75 values, 37c yd 11 of Mt. Vernon, were visiting the ness man and manufacturer of cular of July 15 outlining the family of R S. Martin during the electripal .50 values, 25c yd supplies, Louisville, plans of your organization for Oxfords week. Misses Lillian Sandridge has about got construction of Booue Way; also the atmosphere of Lynchburg, Va., and Louise cleared and the mist- - blo.vn ment;onig the fact that it would All the new styles Oil Cloth M no re of Mt. Vernon, were the aside and placed Louisville and not be considered out of place M AH leathers, black, Hue Hue. of patterns. truest 'f Mjss Isabelle Martin this portion of the State on a for us to contribute something tltis week. Special price on best qimlitiesgg -better understanding, with, 7L'fl all to the fund being used to defray n wiuw.iiuwuwk. n r 1631 made I indications that they will hence expenses of printing, etc. In 1NTK RUSTING SEA-BOAAll $3, $3.50 tfc $4 Slippers forth work hand in hand for ihis connection jou will find en LETTER FROM MISS tit Special sensational . the advancement of the interests closed check for $10.00 as a small ROWLEE. Remnants 25c Sheeting j price of each and all. "So mote it contribution which I trust you Miss Maude Rowlee, who has be". will find acceptable. , in lonrYfhc vi y w ywoa taught in the Langdon Memorial The following letters were not I assure you that the Louis.school for the pat two vpars, written for publication but their ville Commercial Club in taking .Buttons Special and who is traveling abroad this important bearing on a most a keen interest in everything designs su miner, writes her impression important situation or condition pei tabling to the development 117 MEN'S ami DOYS . T of New York City and the ocean justifies the printing of same for of tho Eastern section of our 15115 IU to loc values. g trip. the general information of those State aud particularly in the conSpecial July price while they In part she wrote as follows: interested, and they are many. struction of the national highway SI. 25 Values special (V last "All the morning we have been 5r a Louisville, Ky. that you have undertaken. watching the coast of Spain, all good wishes for the With "1 '4. I3. but now it is almost out of sight, Mr. James Maret, success of the Mt. Vernon Comand we are in the Mediterranean mercial Club in this undertaking Mt. Vernon, Ky Sea and not on the Atlantic Ocean Dear Sir: as well as in its various other "We were all disappointed beYour two editions of the liues of endeavor, 1 am, cause we passed the Rock of Mt. Vernon, Yours very truly, Signal, duly reGibralter at night and there being ceived and I was very glad, inW. E. MokrOW, no moon, only the dim outline deed, to Secretary. receive same, especially was visible. The Straights are the one that contained a short Louisville. Ky. only ten miles wide at that point, history of your career iu Mt. 7, iU, i3. so if it had been daylight we Vernon. Am very sorry however Mr. Jas. Maret, could have seen the coast of that at any time your efforts to Mt. Vernon, Ky. Africa. As il was, we saw the help your community were ap- My dear Mr. Maret: light-housYesterday morning parently handicapped in any way, Your very kind letter of recent we came within sight of Portugal by people living where I do. date duly to hand, and of course the first land we had seen since I am sure it was the result of I cannot but appreciate the fact leaving America. Such excite- a misunderstanding rather than that my ment as there was. letter to you was well We stood any attempt to do an injustice to prow of the boat until we any person thought of by your Club. I had in the or any community you were going to read were blown nearly to pieces and of this BIG BARGAINS IN I great commonwealth of no idea it to them, much less that the' never supposed land would look ours. I You cau hardly .ealize Stoves and Ranges The only furniture store so good. I uppose it was due the number of projests and many were going to publish it in We are the only car load in large part to the fact that the things in Mt. Vernon that come up before the their paper. Such a thing was handlers in the county Good Goods day before had been the worst Commercial even thought of for a Iiiht Prices Club here in Louis- never one of our voyage. moment. I simply had in mind It thinned ville. If you did you would all our correspondence, out tne ranks at our tableconsider appreciate that it is right hard through ably, altho I didn't miss a meal. to do as much the interest of our community and as they would like your community, endeavoring to I had never supposed there for everything that is up for conwould be so much variety in a sideration. They try to do the try to straighten out the feeling voyage. The oceau itself is best they can at all that I have felt all along should times where different every day. not really exist, although from One day the interest and Welfare ot" any outward appearances, it was. the white caps looked like big part of our state Ms concerned. snakes chasing each other across I have had a talk with several justified. the water. It is my sincere hope and wish Another day they members of the Commercial Club that everything will come out were like little fishes leaping up and they still want to do what all right before long and that the into the air; again they, had the they can for your project, the Boone way will be a reality be- is::?????:??:??!:!?:;???::::::::!:????????.?????????? ? rt:t appearance of patches of fresh same as they did some time ago, fore a great while. snow that melted as the wave and it really is unfortunate that It isn't often that I have ever went down. in the lack of interest taken by a gotten my nameyou any paper, but if it will help in any waj, The little things that happen newspaper should belaid at the why it" is all right to let it appear about us cause great excitement. door of the business men ot our tnere .. Vernon A Shout as if Some nlavv t,n,i nrr.n ,i j .. . Vernon -regurus ana uesr. city. 1 reel confident you will imu "" luaueauome run brings everv- . wishes, lam, with m"" fh j ' im;y uo "ot """'' .1 one nut on H,u , BCC Yours very truly . tJ some always express the sentiment of Ja$. ne'Iert rest. Mrs. John Single- - dolphins p'aying in the v:ater. a community, l'hov senietimes ton died at her no.i.e in the Hiatt ihis is an it.uian stcamsmp, and jumn at. conclusions. Of course section Sa turday from tuburculo- - all the officers and crew speak ,,ey danot mean to tlo tills, but sis She leaves a " ,.m.i'm . tt ORE , . T I. $135 ! I Mi-ii(M- i.-- d i-- r my-ne- ll CLEAN HOUSE THIS MONTH '"PhAm 1 A1CY WASH SILKS f.-- r i fi.-i- REMNANTS This I llit-sam- e - Remnant Women's Waists wo-,;l(- .; g BOOMING Remnant Waist l J Women's Waists i Il Women's few-day- s Remnant 2.75 Remnant Women's -- 1 San-didg- Wool -- q t.nn 't .i rvl Supply Womens Table a RD " m yga ". " MWt $y.yo iwsuo mfn v tt4s J5cgJrearl lnm, Newest -. HATS k rW Great Reduction in e. CLOTHING FURNITURE Carpets, Rugs and Druggets "!l!t k Mt. f-j"- ae-re- i,:j 'uut I G. BAKER ittihV Mt. Cirk Jr. v v- - -- 1M&7 z .- -- , 3K3r34 "V "V3 . . vif r- - .rK-- . .- -. t -- , riijum .a. ""-.ifc.-r-..-- .. oj . - .. i . .. w ia '.'-- " iini t ?" I- nTr-- - " ? J".''. " . --. . -- -r . - -- i -- m,w .'.wjirf"-- . ' .. .. - . J - . .- - ,- -' -. .. .. - - t.r- - . .. ....--- - -- X'' -- fv -- rKae ' "t-- r. r II UI'll hVii la uuvoisiui II - nMi.iifTt- - iiiiw r inrhr'-.itTirairtirirrfi-M- iitiii.i . I1 nuKL.KM'KirJIII - iik uouimyiii itiuuuo iwii . ' n i ar LJJiUjiiaga5FJjgcr;;r--t i i MHKUV ABB II ah tuuiuoo img luih i 191 w AUGU ST A jr. I PJisia "! 9 m 1 111 i fl INT I 1 n 5W II 381:!)? r A XB ,- X-- N -- IB 8 14 1 l UI IliO all lIU ilUU la lriA rl Friday August 15th to be Gov Beckham's Letter of Acceptance eck l ici BRODHEAD s i Day Frankfort, ICy. , July 12, 1913. '' Mr. A. M. AT THE Hiatt, :- Rockcastle County Brodliead, Ky. Dear Sir -- FA R KENTUCKY Ex-Gp- I must ask your pardon for this delay in not answering your very kind letter of several-dayago; "but absence from ray office has prevented my doing co. Even The people oi this and ad join incoantles will be I could not resist your most cordial invitation to visit your County Pair on Aug. 15, and I shall therefor 9 gladly try to he with you on that day. I deeply appreciate your kind interest so , if I wished to do VHBmNMh ffy iTt nutSfl t1B hii tpw v. given the opportunity oi hearing an address by C W Beckham ; one of the best orators and no doubt the most popular man in Kentucky Very few of the people in this section of the state have ever had the privilige of seeing and hearing him. to-da- y and friendship for me . With kindest regards, I am, Very sincerely yours, (Signed) J. C. W. BECKHAM. GOV. J. C W. BECKHAM OF - His consenting to visit The Rockcastle County Fair will, no doubt, prove a great drawing card for the occasion and the people will no doubt appreciate this priveljge of hearing the -- i R Ex-Gover- nor FRANKI-OK- T speak, and at hit", rsrmi Will address the pc('i!c at th- - .oiimK ui The Koc!;ca.tk-- County Vmv Association ilit- la- -t la of tliu Fair. August l."i, 11)1:5 ' the same time enjoy the day at the FAIR. t lcous- - iiwwwii onf::.niff.L::.i.rinT i: r r r f irviT" irrr TTirrrTr-E n rr- ir mitt " OUr Slster stales enjoy-Abetter roaa system, btute aid for the "Boone Iliglnvay". Industrial Friday, July 25, 1913 Accident net Designed as between employer and employee to Published every Friday by do equal, full, complete, speedy EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ard summary justice. It will de- sign where the employee has UBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR 5I.OO K(ien in i rrrl in !, .nnrcn rf his employment, to afford him a Advertisiiig rates made known on means without the hampering of the tortuous procedings of a application law-suthat now would require rr the expendi'ure of money that he MEMBEROF without KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION could ill afford, and interposing those technical de- IV! I - ftrtT VCI r SIGNAL " I , s. WHEN vou hear a man sneering at a local paper because it is not as big, cheap and newsy as the city paper, you can safely bet he does not squander any of his wealth in assisting to make it better and t.lmt, C? " ireiiGral'v the naner has done more for him than he has for it. The man who cannot see the benefits arising from a local news paper is about as much value to a town as a delinquent tax list -A To the Voters of Laurel and Rockcastle Counties: I am a candidate for the office of Representative subject to the action of the Primary. August I believe that the .2nd i9i3Representative should be a Re publican, one tint has worked lor the interest of the party. I was Chairman of the Laurel County Campaign Committee last year and gave that office my best efforts. If I am nominated and elected I shall work and vote for all measures that will be for the best interest of the district and Stato. I believe that our State affairs should be corrected as our State debt is increasing daily and we should have a Representa tive that will vote against class legislation and political preference appropriations and reckless use of the peoples money. I stand for a lower tax rate and this can only be accomplished by electing men as Representatives that have business training and experience in handling their own affairs I shall give the successfully. conoffice the same carefully sideration that I have my own business. There is a number of important measures that should be pessed among them I believe that interest the people most is a Corupt practice act, one that will give proper protection .to the honest poor man that aspires to office and give to him the same oppor tunity that the rich now has in securing an office. A real rais road rate bill that will give om people-- the same protection that - and observed, KID YOUR CHILDREN OF WORMS. it has been to the contrary, I il'- fr'.''f'i!, have read the biographies of the Yon can cn.tnge tild July 2:5, VMu. at Frankfort, ' tempered chidlreu iu" niasror nart of out- nnhhV nffiews Ky., with Auditor of Public' .t o.. p v 1111111 i..t. ... h ;imii ,'M'i t.V) ,.... . w n hannv vounsrster.s. b ridding Accounts, lu-hTiu nm'P this to say of' them of worms. Toeing, rolling those at home and all from a yriiidins? of teeth, J.idge Ijethuru m's office: out pecuniary condition were poorer . wnde asleep. :: oT "Upon the examination red with pur.s in the Judge ljothurum's records, I find financially than when they began, intense UhinL So I am flattered beyond my stomach and no.veK ttvenshness that ho Ins paid over jdl moneys, fondest dreams to think of 1: u "'' nreitn, are symptoms neiongmg to tne state, au-lias ;., r ii7lii.-l- i T n lvickipoo the hosts ot them who hive ti,ilt ilI,''c,,,: worms. been very carelul in his accounts detail refe . I believe in the patsed over tue silent .stream, Worm Kili-- r, a pleasant canny loze-iue- . expj'.ls the worms, regu- and in the prompt collection of all econoni ical conduct of the State and those who are now walk-ith lates vis, restores your monevs that he should have rtd- affairs as much as personal : the journey ol life w ith childiej 10 hedth and happiness. lected His refolds are the best economy. r p,,,,,,,,. .t,,,!, w J. A Brisbin, of Elgin, i.OM4 us; that I have surpassed all v. . vi. liotto iicaH i.i,nj7uv 111, orm I solicit tne support ot all and stand v. V1.iv.vj k lol'iinnfti of any that I have ever examined The airK.l lor ll'l vears. anu en ior 'overs of good government of all Presidents have hard times in Worm tirely rid my children of worms. He is the ablest and best County parties, and invite the wayward securing Cabinet officers and Judge of my knowlede, in the I would not be Without." Guaran Republicans to return and elect ministers for foreign posts, be- teed. AM druggist", or by mail. whole G. W. Castlk, a ful1 Republican ticket that will cause those who were competent Pi ice Kickapoo Indian 25c Assistant Exam'r and Inspector. u,eot th(i approval of all parties, when solicited desired to stay Medicine Co , Philadelphia and The north wall and north west St. Louis. J liave not the time to see in their business or profession corner column of th j Rockcastle you before the primary, and I aud make money, possibly none The Election Commissioners of Hotel, being built of Langford take this method of soliciting of them every heard of Ed and Rockcastle County hereby ap- - Ro.castle stone has reached your suppcrt and influence. Bodle. the following as officers of Leighth of ton teet, the lir.st Respectfully, One ol my opponents by letter the Primary Election to be held story md a belt of 16 inch lice John Woodward says I have been 111 ofFL-- t.venty in this county on the 2nd day of stone has been placed therein five years, this is untrue mv On vest end of ihis belt, on n rih August 10 IS: TO THE REPUBLICANS OV tenure is as follows: I was firt 1 J. W. Marlor, side of 'building, appears the panic Precinct No. Circuit Court Clerk, served a r , G. S. Hiatt d. judges: IS. IJ.Cox Rockcastlf " chisled into the ROCKCASTLE COUNTY My opponents are making ac- term of five years ani at the jd, sheriff, R.L. McFerron, r, clerk stone by that export in his line cusations, that I have grown rich tune the office did not pay ex Precinct No. '2 Jonas McKon- - George Owens. On west side, c beginning at corner, on Third St., r. mUn- from office Salaries: This is un ceedmg S300 per annum, then ' . , ,, the tocsin ot war was sounded StaverSon sheriff, Willis Adams side, on same sized stone, will b true, I am not a rich man by , the word ,iy Hotel 13'.. Mr lar, am not even a comfortable between this nation and the ' cwi- kingdom of Spain I made up more liver, if I did not exercise Piecjnct No. 3- -W. M. riuycs r, Rider believes he will have the my than one half of a Company and Ed Soxlon d, judges; E. C. lifciii-wa- building ready for guests to take mussel, the wolf would howl at Commissioned a 1st. Lieut., r shcriY( T j. Haves d, clerk, Christmas dinner in the new my door I have a little'property served nine months "till peace) prGcinct No edifice will be consisting of a hill side farm; that .iR. A. Swin-wa- s structure. Themo?t c.iiiveiiiaiifc!y a declared aud was honorably ford r John Cope (1 judges; L and the cost me about $if)oo, a dwelling j modern discharged at Anniston Ala. I ' Hamilton r, sheriff; Mt. Vernon some live stock in SidJCroueher arranged hotel in South Kastem iiutiuiuus us v.uiijuiib&ioiieu uy j clerk. inKentucky. my growing crop and this the U. S Treasurer as Store cludes my property all told save Precinct No. 5 S. Singleton r. Visitor.--, to the Mt. Vernon Fair Keeper and guager in the internal a few shares of bank stock. j. L Qwcns d ju(1es. Qwen A1. will not lack for entertainment So far as to the purchase of mv rovenue service, served about len dj sher5fr Soy Griffin r and diversions, The special feaf.rm I earned evory dollar of uiue months, reigned, upon the! erk ture at the fair ring will be Devo-lo- , solicitation ot home friends, came the purchase price independent Prccinct No 0- - John Helton r, the celebrated world renowned home and was elected County of an office and that by B ,,, (1 jUilKns; R Q Mu,lhlS sensational j, L the cyclist who rides swear ot my urow and proper Jud.e, ince I have been elected r shirl,T j,)lm , Qwens c,erk down a ninety foot incline at the ,erms as County Attorney exercise ot the musstl, a nd the two u" Precinct No. 7 - J. E. Pike r, which he rises over an up If I had wanted to have made J II. Walton d. iudees. I). M. foot of same opportunity presented its curve passing overan arched air self to my opponents, as was money I was under Civil Service Tinn,..,. v .lmviir fn i nn.,; gap of soniethi g like 30 feet e ton d, dork. to me "There is a tide ancl my lenure was 1Ue antl presented alighting on another portion or 100 to $150 per in the affairs of men taken at its !salary was from Precinct No. 8 -- W. A. McKin-n- y inclined plane, thence rushing on flood leads on to fortune" I have ,no,,tb l W0llId have staVe(1 in r, A J No ton, Sr d, judges to earth. Another fine exhibinever been a drona in the worlds ,lhe government service, either Walter Owens d, sheriff. Milt Dea tion will he "Hurricane" an im hive, I have taught school the,sum is far Rreater than l have t )n r, clerk. mense ostrich whioh will be driven same as my opponents, but in-- j ever earned since resigning; but PresinctNo, D. G. Bullock to harness in the ring and is said stead of takine six and seven l feeI Hke the fellow who went r. John Hurst d, judges, Geo. W. to out trot any horse. .,.. r .. . ' .. .: lif tt. mouuns vutauuu outweeu rertnsj f rnm Kv tff " hungTil., flpnlardLhan tinH Manor r, siienit, Jarvis J. hJrown Voters: Forty years in the in Ky'' t0 d, clerk. I put in the time in labor, and rather be j profession of teaching, W . A. B. in IH- - Ihad- by so doing I earned enough die a uatural death J. R. Storms r, J. G. Frith d, surely knows the needs f money to buya farm. I have j rather live in poverty with my judgeS w p Hayes dj shcrilT Davis schools and is peculiarly fitted County, VValter Robins r, clerk. held divers position. of trust, ' friends in Rockcastle l1 proper discharge of the never was discearged, alwavsi than dwell in luxuries m alien Precinct No. 1 1 I . R. Mc for the of Superintendent of finished the job, and I suppose1 lands- - If my opponents had have rjracken d Prank Raker r. duties Vote for him. He will my employment was satisfactory; 'scratched in this world as I have j. R. Ballinger r, sheriff, schools. in the work. take pride as I never heard any complaint they would not need the salary of iBob Allpn tl clprlr l haVe practically Given under our hands, this the (Advertisement ) from employer. I presume from! an office- Go to W. T. Davis and get jour the appearance of ray opponents, sPent m3' salaries in , office in I8ih day of July, i9i3. yy M pqynter, journeyed down the suPPrt of our party and so lonj: they have saddle padded- and harness as l bave a voice and a Peuny tbe path of life, beyond the thirtieth Nfal Paurbti, mile stone. burner of the Republican ptrty I must be a wonderful person slull never be furled. With kindest greetings to all if you believe the statement made Your fi ien , by them; this is th first time in S. D. lKwis. all my Jil'e i ever heard of a public officer getting rich, of all 1 Election C'om uU.siouers, tie County. ' I have ever read of, 11 Hon. Geo. W. Castle, Assisrant StaU Examiner and Inspector, ' ha; been 111 our county this week; .. inspecting and examining the roc- -' cr.ls of the pub'ic offices of the! county. In his report which he 1 Spring and Summer showing of h'.-illl- t'-i-e . 1 1 as Yo y tig M en s 9 J it :ri J Clofrhps Clothes fii(; it i n Old Men and Boys' We have never before displayed so exten- ikV-l'- r0-nv!- -. ,ic J .- -. pre-eminen- t. X i st-it- e sive a line of well selected young men's suits as this season. Ilioviutli:it t we have clothes that will appeal vou, we would like von to come iu and aett our lino. Whether to look or to huy, we shall lie to h:ic an opportunity 1J fhow vou these il e . Hood clothes. SS-jJ- , n-iil- r.s J. " - ' 'i it"i vrr'rr r i"i ttt'tmiH wwna i s ockrell Livingston, Ky. Envy I Somebody banks your money. Why Not You? Aren't you as thrifty as the Bank account enables you to liavo what the other fellow has. You and Your Wife and children wont have to take a back seat for the Best . other fellow ? 9-- i. I - 1 I f BANK WITH US ju-jge- PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON KY - ,t. eUPPl&UJEN1' toawiiJii w'Vr'JWrMij'i'rj-frnajfi MT. VliUNON rilUfAi-- , JUl.V.25. 1018. "2i mmauw j four germ-killin- Germs tlst et into tic ar .iI- - m two 'voys Ity the white corpuscles sbstat:t that is in the blood. Just what this ci the blood, and by a 'substance is, we do not Knew. J 'te Hi'i. of a healthy person always has some g oif t . rttacl: cf disease. The fountain head bubstance in it to ot life is the stoiuaeh. A maw v. ho ha - vratk and impaired stomach and who cops not projiTiy uigeii ms ioou .Mil i iuui inai in diuuu iius uecume wenK mid impoverished, and that his vholc b '" is imptopertv end iniiiifTiciently nour ished, lo put the lod in hcai'hy copdi: jn. e wed tin .itom on nch,red mood" ind throw out the pcisvns mm the l ;, iiolliiu ' o the ypst forty years has i:ccllcd Dr. V'.i.u :'. (Jokl i Medical Diseovury'i a pare !) eerie extract ( rkliout ulcohol), of bloodroot, golden teal u:id Oregon rspc 2.ot. &tonc icot, mandrake and fj0.- f perti-hh.Af; 77e mZj4V tfas (Serms. r- rck i Republican Committee in Session. T itiiiUbmANo CELEBRATION lSSUCS j -- tv. v& As the Republican Part) is to n.akcnominat'on in this County at the comino- Primary in August, and will soon be engaged in a .struggh; with the Common Enemy, the Dem. f. !i'.I iki r. lii'f He tried Dr. PiercoV. ocr.-itiParty, for the election of tho ticket nominated in said primary, your Committee, the v :el. ;?!v (JiIil-.cured liiin. Ho r'f'irt'i ffW vcar-- . ;ii!'l I ri'coumend this U ;Ty lt in.l "'ti'N hr governing authority of the partv in this County, desires to call the attention of eveiy Repub ... Ful.ti Dr. rc.t.ite and inviJoroto lican, and alloth'-- voters, to the origin, ami matchless achievements, of our Glorious Party. stciTicii. to, iny ,'ranulcs. i. n. m. mK. yn. i The history of the IJepiiblicau Party f r the last 50 yeir-- s is the the history of the American Republic. Jt iiasa noble origin. It spiaug into existence because of an aroused S?SS&SE&32Stifc i.idiguant National conscience; il has answered the purpose of its existence, and brought to . the party and this countr ningnifi. ent achievements. hxcej.t the interim of the Cleveland regime, and the present administration at s rzt cji F1' R5 L33 Wadiington. thb Republican Paity, since its glorious birth, 1,;1S controlled the Government. . XJ Rverythii.g great done b.v this country since J 854 has been done by the Republican Party. '1 o iriiide the Old Ship of Slate we. have had at the helm Lincoln and Grant, Ifiyes and Garfield. Harrison ami Melviujey Theodoie Roosevelt and William 11. Taft. Here are several reasons why I trade Republican Congresses, with the. intelligent aid of these illustrious leaders, have at G C Davis' Drug Store: shown thai the Kepubliciin Party has jjje capacity to govern and cope with the problems as they arise in a Nation's life, and work them out lo the satisfaction of a majority of our conntrv-nien- . IJKCAUSlv- - Quality considered, Ins price can't ) lual(Ml. The Republican Party gave to the people ami this country the National Homestead Law, which distributed the immense National domain; it built the Pacific Railroad, which has h DC ACS 10 Tli we arc no delays; customer rt'iwivc. M'oinpt aittMjtion. hound he Union together from Kast and Vest; it redeemed oijr paper cuirenoy, made all our RKCAITSK-Thin- srs money of exactly espial value, and pur credit the best in the world; it established the Gold wo Kf at Chas. C Davis' all rijlit . Stoiv are Standard, which placed our monetary systen on a stable basis and in harmony with the great Nations of the world; it passed the. Ilepb.-rK EGA US K Things thai go wrong bought ftt Railroad rate bill and the pure Food Law; " Ohink's" jdace will be made right. t law has been' Interpreted, and .'real Trusts, built the Pannina (Janal; the Sherman ... i . Ut...wl i:i... 4l.,. .Jliiliuiuu vj ,lljl.i (l"..iilillTi; j... ... Iiavo Olitsll lliatie Id .. -. i.t l;lt t in Shi n n I. RCA USE The poor man's dollar is worth just l JIIVS, n Wti4 i lijr lilt; - lrt . t .,v ..,w III .jun.iii,i.a nmini. ...... much at Charley's place as the rich man's. as alties against thorn; Postal Savings Ranks and Parcels Post have been established; the wost ba-i- s. ollice department has been placed upon a HICCAUSR There arc no leaks from his store; The Republican Party haevery deal is strictly coniideiilial. persistently adhered to the policy of Protection, w Inch has given to our industries a develope- 1, ll.Mllt. llfiVfl lll'nomnl fif 111' 1iii' fiimn lior liuilni. oiii'jHjiuguiii iiume niarivoc, uas cjirrieu our 1.. C. Davis is never grouchy i B RCA L'SK-Ch- as. v..,..w.w .. v ... ..iomi,o 01. M. J . I ........... you don't buy. manufactures to the uttermost ends of the earth. Under the guiding hand of the Republican Party the I'liited States jjjjs the most prosperous nation in the world. Try Him. Phone SS. When the Republican party was born the total wealth of the country was less than J he wealth of the country, Sixteen Billions of dollars. under Republican administrations has leaped to the phenominalsnin of more than One Hundred and Twenty Billions of Dollars. Css The Republican i arty, small in Kentucky in the beginning, has steadily grown until jt can point with pride to three Uovernors, and the record of the Republican administrations in this state is in keeping with that made by the Republican party in the nation. W,lSC z.rc?s In addition, we have at two seats in the Tation'al IJoue of Representatives ably filled by two of Kentucky's most brilliant sous. Resides, the "noblest Roman of them all," the greatest living Keutuckian. the Moses of tho Republican Parly in this state, William O'Con-nel- l Bradley, is filling with distinction and splendid ability a seat in the National Senate. Our party is not now in control at Washington. We lost in the late election be5 iSjTY.zi ' "?. r5 St t cause of the want of harino ii) nominating our last National ticket This is a Republican S?rrra?Ll-gSrr?.,S '. ; :.. J ?ii: is a Republican County, am when we are united, either in the Nation or the Nation, as this County, there is no reason for defeat of our party at the polls. As Republicans wc stand for the same principles, and look to the same source for inspirationVour Committee, representing the Republican party in thh County, appeals to the Republicans of this County, whether you voted for Mr. Taft or Col. Roosevelt in the last Rflt. A on Rational ele3tion, to come out and take part in the Republican primary in August, and help AVhon it comes back fi a check on vour payments. nominate a Republican ticket- -a ticket composed of true men tljat we till can unite upon ami to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money elect at the coming Novemberole etion, Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You Now what concerns your Committee is the future of the party. We are anxious to see the Old Banner of the Republican Party high in the air with "Victory" written upon itthink twice before drawing a cheek. And the second Victory will come to the old party in the future, as in the past, by harmonious action and thought often results in your not drawing it at all united efforts on the part of all the Republicans Gpen an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. By order of the Committee, ,, 1 .- (V .4 1 .rr''f); -- V - - Xm-"-"- ". stomach trouble ai:d u MifiVrer .. ,r.. i . .... :.i. r.....- !.., ...... .1.1 r.,-- .. in . 1 ' .1 ill? i.mHO ll.i ; Jt Tl .V. uiu im s;.io ill iru v.ouki i y :ii 'i ii. ji u :u ai;uui. ;i iiiuiilii. men f'.rst.. It iMiitlnucd this way anutli.T visiild itm .t?(.-l"Mv us ii T t 11 ii J 1 VjfailCl (Ji TD 2itty cHlCl1 IClICltatCS OH itS VJlCl ail iClClreSSe .LaUCiS ZHZ C f Record and Achievements,- Regrets the want of Harmony in -i 1 .1 i t r n fM tne Jrarty, ana appeals to Kepuoncans wno supported ,ou Urges them to Roosevelt to return to the Party participate in the Primary A J& - t WW i UN! IN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY METROPOLIS WILL COMMEMORATE INCIDENTS IN WAR OF 1812. ! 1 s- 1 ONE MILLION RESIFORMER DENTS INVITED TO ATTEND GREAT CELEBRATION. f. s RAILROADS OFFER LOW RATES HUNDRED YEARS OF PEACE l.5S 'Vllll' 2--J, M-'- ll-y r-t c '. OM-ry Perry's Victory on Lake Erie, Battle of Thames and Massacre of River Raisin To Be Reproduced works and Sham Battles. in Fire- . Batles Which Kentuckians Won and Massacres li-i- " Wl" Be Reproduced A week's and Shams on Land and Water. In Which They Suffered in Fireworks ! r I . lj? ri l. ni T H One million expatriated Ientncli-laii- s anil their chilihen, even to the fouith and fifth, generations, have been invited to return to Louisville to participate in the Perry's Victory Centennial Celebration, to be held in that city seven days, beginning September 29. Those particularly invited are tha descendants of Kentucky soldiers and sailors of the War of 1S12, and Jt is estimated thaj 75 per cent of native- bom Kentucklans and the descendants of those born In Kentucky In the past century ate eligible to participate in. such a celebration. Approximately one million peoph; i.ow living in other stales arc Included in the "list of those Invited." The purposo of the LouisvUlo celebration is to commemorate not only Perry's victory on Lake Erie but all ,Okt events of the war of 1812. However, in particular honor of Comnio- - celebration, which declare will be the greatest, and most spectacular in the hisioiy ot celebrations in America, will be Louis-villians . ' ' ' n anti-trtn- 1 t: 1 l i I - T- -- .'..',. 11- self-sustainin- g - ft?1" ' t -. 1 ...-...-"- "" ivM-i.iuiui- bet-pip- e - - vv r &W&E lit Re-ublir- t ISAAC SHELBY, OF KENTUCKY Who In person led the victorious forces In the Battle of the Thames. GOVERNOR rfy-Zs- l i& 5 special attraction in the dore Perry Louisville celebration will be the reunion of the Perry family, regardless of kinship. Everybody by tho name of "Perry" will be invlteo tu this special en.tertainmeiit and those who expect to attend are requested to notify Edwin Perry at the Louisville head" - Check quarters. The Kentucky Association, which has in charge the Louisville celebration, has given an order for a quarter of a million ancestry ceitificates to be The Vernon Bank handsomely engaved, and which will be filled in and given away as souve-idi-s lo descendants of Kentucky soldiers and sailors of the War of 1S12. Another entertainment In their honor will be a mammoth reception, at which lefrcshments will be served and oppm Utility provided for public ad- IT. G. Bakku, THE BANK OP MT, VEBNON MT. YltJRNON, KENTUCKY, V. T, So'y. protein. L A. II. RICHARDS, 'resident. FURNISH, Cashier. 1 JC" mm 1? nfnfM J mKjUrXrX V "Li UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEB dresses. For the few remaining actual sons and daughters a banquet will be given. A gieat ball will be given in the First Regiment Armory, which has a capacity of 20.000 for them. Forty per cent of the white male population of Kentucky engaged in the W. BUTIIURUM, War of 1S12, consequently forty per Chairman. cent of the succeeding generation were icaily sons and daughters of that war, f tnd, estimating that of them has been with her parents, Mr. mtermarriid with families which did aild Mrs. MoSe MUHins ofCrm.se. tot participate in the war, sixty per vent of the thiid generation were grandchildren of the war, and in simper ilar manner at least seventy-fivhave moved to Ida Mtijs, Ky. cent and probably as high as ninety wile one-hal- ta". e UNDERTAKES I Our line of Couch Caskets mi is unexcelled Hand-mad- e Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS Coih'nsfurnished f m s Stanford, Ky. T.. uciiioc acuii the County ( ,. iill ' JJUJ-L- ... .. SV Ol III All Phone , orders by Wire Promptly Filled ' W. A. COX,! A4-- S MT. VERNON, KY of ana ana Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 Manufacturers with my btomach. Everything I FOUND, place to buy Spectacles One of ate upset it terribly, and Eyeglasses for $1.50aml up. Cold, Chamberlain's advertising bookSilver and Aluminum Frames. LarAfter reading gest selection in town. Eyes tested lets came to me. a few of the lette.s from people . Free. Years of by exjxji-ience- FUND! the CURE OF STOMACH TROUBLE Wlieu you have trouble with your itomachor chronic coustipt tiou, don't imagine that your case is beyond help just because our doctor fails to give yon to participate. Mrs G. StenSle, Plain relief. During the week of Mie celebration Held, N.J. writes: "For over? in Louisville spectarnlar free events, month past I have been troubled including features on a mammoth -- SURPRISING tier cent of the fourth and incoming .ii'th generations are descendants of Kentuckians who fought in that war. It is estimated that in the state of Kentucky alone one million men, women and children are eligible to participate in the proposed reunion, and it is estimated that another million now living outside of Kentucky are eligible held in the Kentucky metropolis tcr seven dajs, commencing Septemtcf 2U. and will be the climax of a of celebrations held In a dozen lake cities, to commemorate the sufferings and victories of Americua arms in the War of 1512 as well as to focus attention on. the achiu:-ment- s of a century of peace. The crucial and decisive engagement of the War of 1S12 was the battle of the 1 h.uies, fought and won on Cauaauu soil October 5, .1S13. The series aC which will be hel'd in Anu-rlcwill close in Louisville. Octe-b5, 1913, and Just one hundred fars from the hour that Col. Itichunl M. Johiuton. afterward Vice Presidor.; of the Tnlted States. the Iiuha.i chief Tecumseb. President Woodrow Wihou will probably be addressing a crowd of 100.000 people iu Louisville, the home of many of the troops who fought in the battle or the Thames. Keutucky was assigned the closing; and choice date of the celebntfiou because of the distinguished yan played by the Kentucklaus In the War jf 1S12. Kentucky began to play her nart in the generation before the war opened, hen she sent Gen. George Keeeis Clark and other Louisville soldiers into the hostile wilderness which they wrested from the French and Indians und out of which was caned the great States of Ohio. Indiana, Illinois. Wisconsin and Michigan. Kentucky was the last state which could have benellted from the war. inasmuch as it was brought about chiefly by the British impressment of American seamen, none of whom weie Kentucklans, whereas should war prevail the unfriendly Indians on the frontier of the border states could be expected to commit atrocities trexn. which Kentucky had aheady rece'ued the name "Dark and Bloody GrouiiJ." However, it was chiefly Henry Clay, in the Kentucky Congressional Delegation that forced President Madison to declare the second war with Great Britain, and Kentucky furnished forty per cent of her lighting population to go Into that war, and at the close of the war of the listed dead more than eighty per cent were the names of Kentucklans. Kentucky troops to a man were massacred at the River Raisin and again at the first attack on Fort Meigs. When the time came to man Perry's abips, he selected, Kentucklans unaccustomed to the motion of the lakes to mount into the insecure rigging and from that vantage point, with their practiced eye and unerrtag aim, fired down upon the British and won the battle of Lake Erie. Practically every officer and soldier in tho Battle of the Thames was a Keutuckian, excepting alone Gen. William Henry Harrison, who, however, held his commission as from the Kentucky legislature. The charge, of the Forlorn Hope, about the briefest, most terrible and most heroic attack narrated in the annals of warfare, consisted exclusively of Kentucky soldiers when nineteen of them and their twenty horses went down to certain death. It was the Kentucky shar.pshooters who are credited with having won the battle of New Orleans after the war had in reality closed. Kentucky proposes to reproduce most of these scenes of the war of IS 12 In the Louisville celebration. The battle of the Thames" will be reproduced on land in Cherokee Park, topographically situated similar to tho laud on which was fousht the battle of the Thames, and every detail of the sham battle will be as correct as can be done. Louisville will take advantage of her magnificent river frontage in orde-tss-ri- es cek-Giatlotia er sl-- aft-eiwa- rd liew-hew- n Major-Gener- nearly-historical- ly o J. C. MOORE JKWEMJR AND COX OPTICIAN. QROS. STORE JONAS McKENZE SELLS . C. Williams, Sceool WITHERS ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Cham who have been cured berlain's Tablets, I decided to try them. I have taken nearly s ot a package ol them and can now eat almost everything that I want." For sale by all dealers three-fourlh- SELZ SHOES THE is progressing verv niceVERNON. KY. ly, with Miss Clara DeBord as WOFFICE.- - On.znd. floor o The BankofMt. Vernon, on Churc teacher. Messrs Fred Mttllins street. Special attention given and Emm it Anderson and Miss Katie Price "were the guests of to collections. Misses Clara DeBord and Pearl Phone No. 80. MT. VjH1 ctive at Seventy "ROYAL BLUE" I F you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. '- Anderson Saturday and Sunday. & 3CC$3CC& X3C Miss Ethel Davis who is teachC TT I--. ing the Fair View school, visited JjS r hi rrkrxro homefolks at Mt. Vernon, S&tur day and Sunday. Rain is needed MT. VERNON, KY, very badly in this part, at present. -Fron tRooms over Baker's Store Elisha Anderson and Estill Phone 49-Mullins, spent Saturday night and Sunday with their cousin Mr. Bob Mullins. There will be serv , ices at Cave Ridge, Saturday and Sunday, conducted by Rev. Thos. Durham Herbert Anderson attended church ever in Jackson Mt Vernon, Ky Sunday. Mrs. Geo Allen and E3k .uflS t Dentist health to SCOTT'S EMULSION because Its concentrated nourish ment creates permanent r, and because it is devoid of drugs or stimulants. body-powe- many peopie at seventy 7 attribute their good lOfyyya W. T.FRAN Scott & Bowne. Bloomfield. N. J. ,13-2- 2 scale not heretofore given with any Ameiican celebration, will be provided every afternoon and .ening. Pilgrimages to notable historic scenes of interest may be made in the mornings. In addition to free attractions there will be scores of the highest priced amusement concisions that can be secured on the American continent. The railroads in a radius of 500 miles of Louisville have been asked to make a rate for the celebration week and Immediately 'preceding and following that week of one cent a mile. Railroads running out of Louisville probably will give low rates to other points in Kentucky, so that former Kentuckians who live a great distance can visit their old homes as well as attend the Louisville celebration. Local committees are preparing an 1812 museum, in which they solicit the loan of any somenir or relic of the War oflS12, providing the transportation at their expense, and guaranteeing that articles loaned for the week will be returned to owners. This museum for the time being will undoubtedly be the most valuable collection in America. celebrate suitably the battle Erie. The actual battle will b depicted in a gorgeous entertainment ot fireworks and all morning and all afternoon preceding the engagement there will be boat races, life saving feats and aquatic sports. A historical pageant, depicting various scenes of the war of 1S12 will also include a magnificent ilorai parade, such a made Louisville famous a year ago, and will include civic and mi'lrary parades many miles in length. Dtills and exercises by 10,000 costumel school children will be held in the First Regiment Armory; a mammo'.n reception will be given to the descend-ent- s of Kentucky soldiers and sailors of the war of 1S12, and a series of. costumed balls will be given in the.r of-La- honor. Exceedingly low railroad rates, probably as low as one cent per mile, from a distance of several hundred miles of Louisville, will be granted and efforts are being made to secure to other Kentucky points rates from Louisville ' for the week immediately following the celebration, to enabla former Kentucklans who return home to visit the celebration, to visit also their old Kentucky homes. 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 my little daughter Fanny, are visit- all bottle family and I always keep Home and office in the late residence at home." Get a box i at Price 25c! ir. Myers formerly occupied on Old ing relatives Melvin Robinett this ind, get well. week. Mrs, MalnSt.,SMt. Vernon. Burnett who Recommended by Chas. C Davis. IS THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVE For constipation, headaches, Dentist A GOOD INVESTMENT. FOR CUTS, BURNS AND W. D. Magli. a well known BRUISES. merchant of Whitemound, Wis., In every home there should be bought a stock ov Chamberlain's a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, medicine so as to be able ready to apply in every case of them tohiscust oraers. to supply burns, cuts, wounds or scalds. ceiving them he was After rehimself J. H. Polanco, Delvalle, Tex., taken sick nrrl cove Jiuci uae No. 2, writes: "Bucklen'i Arnica small b ottle of Chamberlain's my little girl's cut Salve saved To'ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea foot. No one believed it could be ,Rtm edy was worth more to him cured" The world's best salve. I than the cost .ofhis entire stock Only 25 cts. Recommended by kto- - Foe sale b 1! t 5es! Unas. u. Davis. all awlit. 1 ---- "-- - -..-- -- j... .' . : - is- -' "rVi -& .. lif&gartis .. tec ... TT1 rt?r,faifa"fisss; $ B I ZlZZZzIlXia tSSz?SSZSSS?rra7rZ7!I7"7"aaa"aaa""s" ::::::::::!: ?::: t :::: :::?::: ::::::?::::::::::! x r t :::: teMiiuiiiM9iioiMi;iiMoiiiittiiaiiMM3(ic"'"! oMtticiiMooK iiit :::: ' ceioMiaaea9i9riieeig3iiaMeioigi9st""!clt4i :::::::: ::::::::::::: i t: - :: - -- .:: :: : ::t;t::::::::t:::::: ?? : : : : 1 S3 .: g 9 i 'i 1 8 Watch This Date WBm High Class WHHTE Over S12000 Notions, Etc. Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, The Masses. --- j HHUHl uBtinflwBfiffiff TffitMnT"ii3llffS HHGSMSNIMHHI Watch This Date J s I 4 Our new Building, which is under conLiterally of struction, will be completed in the next 30 days, and we intend to sell every article by that time, as there will be -- --- --nothing: removed to the new building Thrown at the Feet SHOES Ladies White Shoes and Oxfords worth up to $2 and $2.50 Sale Price 98c THE STOCK IS DOOMED TO GO Wait - Watch - Wait SATURDAY, JULY 26, at 8 o'clock a, m, j WHEN THE GREATEST SELLING OUT THIS COUNTRY EVER SAW awaits your coming. Nothing reserved Everything must go. Below we quote you but a few of the tremendous bargains that will be offered, but will give you an idea of the SKIRTS Big lot of Skirts, all this seasons goods at remarkably low prices. Do not fail to see them Misses Hats worth $2. Sale Price 75 c sell $150 and $200 gowns Sale Price 98c Great Bargains. Thousands of other things which we have not space to mention will be marked in large, plain figures, so low they will at once. Choice Goes to First Choosers 5000 yards 5 and JO cents lace 5e On Hand Promptly A Few LADLES WHITE Serge Suits worth $20. to 2000 yards. embroidery at I price. I end Ti, a a 10c pearl buttons 200 good brooms at J5 One lot of $5. pants 2 c per yard Dry Goods Best Ca icoes 25cVoils 10, 12 1-- 2. 4i 12 71-- 2 It is well to recall the Superior quality shoes we handle. The WALK-OVE-R for Men, SELBY for Women, BUSTER l 0 at Uc perdoz. cents each at $2.50 n ri VI s8SilePrf:e $5. Embroidered Voil Dresses up to $0. Lot Shirts worth $1. Sale Price 50c $4.75 MN II mm llVlllbll . I1IIW SUITS for Young in, Old Men and Boys' Nothing but the best and latest style can be found at our store. EVERYTHING THIS SEASON'S GOODS. Lot No. 1. Tans, Grays and Browns. worth$15..Sl650and$lS-SalPrice 750 Lot No. 2 Blue Serges worth $12 50 and $13 50 Sale Price 7 50 Lot No. 3. Blue and Black Serges, worth $15. and $15-5Sale Price $9 90 $16 50 and 17.50 Sale Pi ice Lot No. 4- ' $10 12-9Lot No. 5. Dark, Brown and Gray Mixtures $18.50 to 22 50 e 0 15e Ginghams BROWN for Children. 75 pairs Misses Buster Brown Pumps $2. to $2.50 Ladies tl.2oto $1.50 Low Cuts ' Ladies $2. to $2.50 Ladies $3. and 4. Mens $3-5Low Cuts ' " Mens 4. " " Mens $4.50 " Mens $5. Boys $2.50 and $3 low cuts Sale Price 98c 98c 25 to 35 linen suitings 20o Lawns 15 and 19c Lawns 10 and 121 " 25c Poplin 25c Panama 18 12c lHc 7c 17c $L59 $2 98 $2 58 $2 90 - 5 I9c 19c 39c 94 Sheeting 50c White Serge $335 $3.75 $1-8- 9 We have a Big lot of children's Knee "Pant Suits, which will Half Price- he sold at One If you value money do not miss this great opportunity to buy goods that have a world wide reputation for less than cost of production. Sfore wif! be dosed One Day fo Arrange Sfock J- - SUTTON & McBEE ,,li;fa-S- Saturday July 26 Mark This Date x v; S. -- St jSgSjSWTiEggsgSBg Misa Muttie Peuningtaii of a, Knox county, is teaching the Cove school Wt.Vkrnon,Ky. , Julyas. 1913 Miss Elizabeth Adams has been quite ill of tonsihtis, at her Los ACuli up 'N.. 70" wi.tr.. Angeles, California residence. '--' r wirounMit iov;"i"""" eite wlthSIrtNAI Mendel Mullinsbad three of bis toes badly mashed at the Sparda Quarry Wednesday morning when one of the large carts heavily loaded with rock past over his toot. Dr. L'lvell drest the wound & NASHVILLE R R CO. and status that it will be three or ItOOISVILLC iour wees before he can walk on TIME TABLE. it. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Ber-- t trorn to me wne 01 u. l. tar- ttr of Laiigford Station, a fine ,,,,.. .. ... . . ..,, wgyifljigijr A 7 ' agjfriranit , W .. yvgywlt rirfTPYrTtn rtrti t j w. Mlller sl)i)pcd a dlr T:oUiSvillc-- . boy, on th yu wtn Inst Mack nuglics of Hirfodsburg, will be at our Fair, wall a string of six splendid horses. Lot of goods will bo sold for 1 ss than Manufacture's cost, at Sutton & McBee's Big removal I removal Sale begins at Sutton & McBee's, July 2G. Go to Davis and buy yourself a'ld wife a nice new saddle to ride to tne Fair or a nice set of buggy iiarness to drive in the ring. Big DONf LET ANYTHING KEEP Y&U AWAY FROM Winchester Granite Brick Works There will be services at the at Dudley, and an all around good uapust cnurcn, aunuay evening, fellow was in town a few hclurs .. ' .tne J : -" ' n u. il. uor. Saturday. sale. Row Mullins, Supt. of the Aftei August 15th. 20 lb packj If each of W. A. B. Davis" older ages may be sent by parcel post am LOCAL 3:53 pupils will vote for him in the at a reduced rate including 1st. 3S an' primary it will cinch hi nomina- and 2nd. zones. Will be extended The easiest way to make ereniies tion 12:19 am L'i outh later to all zones. is to hiie friends. (Advertisement ) Jas. Landrum, Agent. Miss Nannie O'Neal aged 19 Ore Dollar gets a S3. 2 50 or To The Republicans Of "Pljwa No. 8. and Overton Bullock aged 2? were 1 $2. Mi aw hat at Fish's. Rockcastle: I take this means married, at the County Clerks Ky. Futwl al tli- - Ml Vernon, mutter.I'ostoftiee mail Electricians knife lo-- t some of announcing that I have deeded office by the Rev. J. W. a. Return to tele to withdraw my name, as one of where in town on the 17th. ;the deputies under Mr. J S. phone exchange. PERSONAL John Woodward and J. W. How 011r mngioici. candidate ior sneriit. Davis' is tre place to get O. D. Bryant was home from Din C. Ponder. ard, Republican candidates for nice riding bridles, buggy whip- Livings on Sunday. legislature, from Laurel county, is the time to buy the new straw lid. have The writer has received from are announced to speak here, Ih'iirv Wood Tr. was over from lap robes, etc. next too many straws in our cases and we've them Wcdmsdtiv. Read thelelters in oilier colum' W. M. Bright, of Stiufoid, post Monday, County Court day. pictures of 'Brights Inn" what is,cai'd learn all in one big bunch J. Hi 111 v Fiih who has been of this Wanted: Ten or more car ' "Old Wildern ss Road" near Way matted. heiim done in Boone qmte sirlc is hotle". loads of sassafrass roots delivered btanioru, built juu years ago. after Sept. 1st, is with her y.is! Pat Porl'ins 1913 at Biodhead Throw that old straw lid away The old building is in a fair state Ky. Sisl r, Mrs McBee. For iMrtj;ulars write, and get under a Fish's Special. . of pr0serVatiOJ1 today. Cards? also Knohs Essential Qil Co., .Chester Landrum was home new straw for just one dollar showing fjitie views of Mr. Brjghis ply 4. t. from Chester, Tenn a few hours Do it to day, B.pdhead, Ky. "Alfalfa" lii Id were also received f Suiidav. FiNKi.v TifiMaipn. The big Buy Fish's 15. Spei i d suits It was impossible. t get our bill board ou East wall of J. In this lot you'll find every good style and weave in hats weVe Miss Hila Car-o- n of Brodhead, a d you get the best clothes in new hotel fin shed in time for the Fish & Mr. and Mrs. A. B has 1een with Son's store, at Second America at the price. They are Fair but tha will not inconvenbeen selling and $2, your choice for $1 Furnish the $20. way, and guaran ience visitors from a distance a and Main St., is most attractively made and artistically trimmed up with Misses Bernice and Louit.0 Lan- teed by the Fish's to be All Wool, as long as they arrangements have been made to Mt. Vernon returned from a visit and to wear satisfactory Fair uads." drum have You take care of all who come. In should see it. to relatives at Pittsburg and LonTo-Ga- y The C. 0. D. system by parcel additiou to present hotel don. Whea Jim Meadows was first there is the rooming post, has been inaugurated at Mt. Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer of post office, after the same apartment of Miller Jfajl, t)e made foreman of the section gang Jefferson villo. lnd. are with Mr. Vernon plans as the Express companies second story of tuo Miller build. he knew the respect duo his now a h! Mrs. S. F. Bowman, on West Stand "Flnnegan" he said Many are taking advantage of it ing. and boarding and private position. Main. as ra'es are lower by mail than houses have opened their doors steruly to au argumentative assistBy hirs. Mahala Jones has been express. for the reception of guests, and ant. '"I'll have nothing out of with her daughter, Mrs. Ida Sign its the Directors desire to see you but silence and mighty little for a few Mt. Veruou Fair, and. Visit the of that." Wo id, at Conway, that ah visitors receive proper of the meet your friends, at the Lndie& courtesies and entertainmen . weeks. Rouud trip tickets to Alt; Ygv-ito- u is convenientStftfgl; from Lebanon Junction, RichMrs. James Maret has been with rest tent. This "ent pggttON'S LEADIHG' B. Lawrence ly located and is intended for FARMERS MEETING. mond, Greensburg, Jellico and h r sister Mrs. G. of Fair visitors, Ladies Level Green. near The Brodhead Farmers Club Middldsboro Aug. 0. 7 and 8 limv I babies, are invited to will meet July 26 at Chan. Whitehead is here having Oak Hill it to Aug 10, at oue fare plus 25 Mrs its comforts. Vou will flud Schpol house 1 p. m. cts. minimum 50 cents, account from Greensburg, Tenn., the and ypu are guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. seats and ice water,to make your A splendid program is being Mt. Vernon Fair, invijted Everybody came to the Big Sale Round trip tickets to Lexnigto arranged but the chief feature wilj Whitehead at "Whitehaven" near rrda)Jy There will be services at the Get Contract. Tle Danville $2 ?0 Sept. 28, 29, 30, limit Oct. last year at Sutton & McBees, self at honift. Presbyterian be the address or lecture by Prof. Band was town. Sunday church yesterday award-- d the 4. Acconnt Grand LodgeK nights and everybody is coming back morning On and after Sept. Cad. 1013 a Montgomery, Goyernmenf; Demon- contract to and evening by the Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Southards, furnish the music of Pythias. this year. pastor. and children came up from Stan- Postal Savings Depository will be strator from Washington). for the Mt. Veruon Fair in Rock-pasil- e Every body is pordially invited W. H. Pumphry, of Lancaster, Mrs Southards established at the Mt. Vernon Rouud trip tickets to Bowling ford Monday. county which will be held has men, women and. children, and on August will remain over for a few days post office. The system Green, Ky., $5 80 Sept 22 to 25, was here Tuesday arranging for A letter from a friend jnst re6, 7 and 8. The bringing the Williams Comedy With her daughter, Mis. McBee. proved quite u success and con- - none can afford not to attend. directqrs of the Mt. Vernon fair inclusive limited to Sept 29, ac- Co s show here dnring the fair. ceived he says: 1 will be at the more than t ree Prof. Montgomery is located in will not : egret; J,. G. Falin, J. P. E. Drum- - venience to securing a first-cla- count Annual Convention Chris- This is the same company that Brodhead Fair". Aug. I3, 14 8c 'hundred and fifty thonsand Beiea, for the of the was here last year under the IS- tnonds, J. H. Browning, Willie band to furnish the music. tian Chuchin Kentucky. name of Demorest Co. Pennington, fne' positors at twelve thousand post farmers within reach, and it is TU luuiu t., J. 1 uc uunu. is as good, as It won't cost.you much to get mighty good citizens of Livings-- , offices with deposits of $3a,C00, hoped a large audience will attend. tnere l3 jn tb is section of the erady for the Fair, if you Great preparations are being attend ton. were iu town on business (uuu an wiuim nvu una u nam K.ememuer uie uaiu, juiy u, 1 p State and is a great credit to the Sutton & McBee big removal sale made for the Gieat Mt. Vernon FOR FLETCHERS m. Admis?ionfree. vears during the week. town. Kv., Advocate. Fair. 'beginning Saturday July 2G. ". Everybody T.-i- .- -- '- - norm 24 nortn 23 south : 4.59 pni cordially invited. mil 11 fiip''1 w , I ! Van-Winkl- e, Straw Hat$ SiaannHais We put at I RIGHT NOW O-nwa- v I $1 EACH lait 00 at $3, $2.50 accom-iljodatjo- Sale Starts Come Early "Look For What The You Buy" con-veniirn- ce en-jo- ALL AROUND THE BUSY CORNER 1S Fish I ss T. l,.l 1 Children Cry CASTOR1 A - lf:t::t:::!s:rs::s!:s:s!:ss:i:s' i vs!!5M!t:!1 ss!!!!!:!!!;:!!!!!!?!!:!!!!:!!,..,.,........ ; - mj.jjmiim...,,., -a - i.iiiiiiiizrsrr ? m A.UGr. ' i 6, 7and 8, 1913 MT. VERNON. KT. Look This Over. M m :' ' 1 '4 -t- ern. "!k FINE FLORAL HALL DISPLAY. FiNE HORSES; and plenty of thsm. WW0:K' 'ShMrihM' . : lit' 'Vjft?' ?& z .&-&-' iiifcgiiMiiiiiir 1 '' --.- ' I dMI I Fine FINE MUSIC Attractions by one of the best bands in the State by the Kentucky Experimental Staiion A place for study. EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT My 'LLJBWBWBMBJBBaWBWBWBSjBTTBwBL TT" i "' Rest Room for the Ladies. - Plenty of DEVOLO The Greates Bicycle Act in the World. HURRICANE You will see him just as represented at HIGH-CLAS- S AMUSEMENTS. No evil devices permitted on the grounds. Remember the BABY SHOW on the last day. The Mt. Vernon Fair, w R Special Free Attractions at the Mt. Vernon Fair, August 6, 7 and 8, L 1913 5-- : IS iT -.- - - - . - st? "t ,-- &-v- t? -- - .Jk-sn- ?t ...v.--. .v.x. 1.1 . !vwV? CJk.'t ,v -- ... ,!!. tiiijic-iie- s of t i appliulit; - fo-ju'- tr i;acsi. i bel.eve in , , ... in nrnnninii' ll r ... i ' Itl "i' 4 nouses. i 'iMvmg a reh of evei v :iFinHiti . !,...... . limn s U'lf III Oiir lll'IOUS men onct . -rhilfl (Xh.,... T ... VI . r CrtXt r ,, l i liwil - II " tl ljl ki "" li.M un til. liro'BM!!!-- ! sairi,: ' I.- -l the people riio." liere tint the b :ird of education as M bmldirgs and tin Mini ly j U o should ;his in n:ih has refused to establish some very of wanr. of im-ibidly needed districts becuise .. , ,.. i be ll Vi til lrr.fl. nr m 0k.,w. I tnt-- i nn nididacv tj onr they were not ibli to build .h0 i:. no'i nl tlu .wl careful niifsifliMJifi-..,- ' d,n uou.ses winch r.tt-re- would O- .ill (ino.ti.jns I a fair thanlr nn :... vM,5. f:vr 'U 'it '' 'pnre. Hut thev w.ll A ,.,..!.. w ...iiimipoiiMlcai n trorilv II.iMiijrin ,:,,. " ,"'" per.s mally - "' bo cs ;liilud in .1 few ,..f. . , '" . ' . ; ,r....-.vq-- .i rights lo ii. ovcusive Ivfore inv .... . T camp-tir'o e- -. x am l I,.k In .,,.w ni'iv ... kj i, v iv t '! Sipr-tji'lyour frieid, ' '' r.,r ,v nnstalces the l,h, ":,,..;....VPniM.. J but hr-i-t'l-t' w-.i..- to ve.!i !chd gr- - till c."nrti4lly S , Irtt-- t i.; I Va3T:S il i in;-!- , t. r-",- I '?n-nS- .TH,, nrMwr i a a 1'X n " - ... ,..! w. oiJ-dtu- :. I Las5 " JUSM S S.S1V-&- '' wmm yidiri FInj ls an Children. "PS. w 5 fsi a . i a ft -- -- " .i'-.;iv- 411-ui- - Moot,h.lfI.ho,,U o ,. . y A7fi&rt .'i3 3agrS6 J B 5 "" -! V-r- " 1 , kj 'c;. t .I : ? vv?fiS IL i wOfele r - - - - - ;7 ii le.potiM le for tl-acts of the. county b nrJ in ..huh I d- not luve a vote ec.-.-l in c;.se of a . I tio In og !. u; s 1. of the j r juiitLvs! . imii.mu(1.s ik. cause ha ni Ma-- . Mr. tin 01 .o.ite oiJ.ei 4leiii..ftMt 011 m b ;trd of st, Mr. I) u , . I ,1111 hla.ud by &nji re-ibhcans (ur Invn-J4.0 Matt Cr..i ft- of .liooK wr.-- n he el ctd by t or t on which is demo raly. I am tr,jno to nnlo this race wit.iou! i ..ufl-n- rJMK n-t- be held sar.it: ry conditions ywjCi. of housos .r-- ! J L" . t I .!,....-'1-, stirtw-(:,-- I fe.i.JMWPiraw JjS&'V4 ..y c". .v. 'ji.oarvV'-- ' - ? V--- ix- - j ";, . ':."ii . i I ,. "lt ,. ! if . 3 PI " (lie Kins fan Haw? Always Bought Bears the .oignatiire P? 1 5 I U f'L . 'UMlMllHJ;' , 1 .iSSSiSy isi5S??SsaShgffife "raKS(R3r3JM!SS2-js.y !iiiSLiS.i;i3 i f-F -- l- -' 1 I Fir t j,, ; 2"-- I L . .i-- i KLC" fcVE-.- f;i.,incs a&f--: T imCiatW-"- ?, ." ' .?V. v ' B9fc - j, . - MS tfeklfcstgsS -- S 1 J v ii - I Ronctcs bfeaamOKiitf, r.?3--- nr! Srw.CcHi'ii- ". .. - J 01 r ds-i- t-- .:.-- 1u p ' r , - rt-i. r& felfie fia ffrfXZ.tfi srSSKIse - JTJ,'--t 1 ." v. jjj.t "n.F- - I 1 NotNaucgtzc. :.?::- v. t- ItV r Ih . t X1J" I 1 ir brd us i,ipiv.r 'WCr'EV-- .J, i sk- - tw..-Ihiul- s m&&jjm ri&r Wl:' .,.,! .K.rE iir v.tT "3PTJTHE-.? . .- ' 3 -- - ,'.-Ji-- f -- &V.Ai&aaSSSsaK ? Btrf-ui i H; 1 a ! J1 Y f i "' 4S M 55, ' t N ri.. I.j.i, Sour ..rwijr-d-T.is.ft'veriiir D 33 " Apcrft Utrccdy focCoiESp: teBMcft.Diarrtwn j-- b.ti.'i'.ioii HUGH MILLER -n be 1 K-- , ...ij onv m, TO THE KRPUBM('.N.-- OK KOCK0-nTJJV :i fOTTNTV: "5 I 1 3 i T .? Tun Cextavu Compact, ciinslu ii cs were su titli.j I .ti YO-K- . ; Staunch Republicans fnin all par s f tiif 10 , NEVf - d mo w ha ur& . y r: . .. .L.r . to move .u4 t;,,. c,i,,iry to enter the contf-- sl for Hi R.'pnld-ciom ni'on i.r tho impiitnt ' "" ' S",,t ,ilu :u' position of Conntj jml;.e. I linalK tr thf wm .ml a:-eon- .u-.a i,.e t jj ((. n sented to make the :ae atul take thi uvwis u( notifying ,m f my l:ih Miontu "t I ..:n t.iai u.t t i wi I ,u osiu- candidacy, and a ,o tike t.iis means of u'Iimiiit yin of the It .. inicfr ' IllllK I... . . . K S MJSJr fc.; ' e ''' ,l ol i ' Ilxj-.- l 5eXs otadminisirsilicn tho people S hi csNe of my nomination Co af Vrspjer. . THECtHfl (ICCM..-4the year I uil: h.ie mi .i.kt and election. I pledge thorn that I wHliaike tbraia snhor nflii.. th, r,..:n wll,ch m:l bo b s reached atan"e f th,e day My t'xrcneur, give to the ollic-m-y fall time, ddi'en.-- . nnl p instnkjn atUmion: his taught me that an office that I will use tho oilLc a :i moans to continue in :io m,nnh-.i,- l Shuu,d IIOt .be eoll"ide,-ta;gaa.Ar'y;gaf as a reignof peaceandomor, ati.lasanie.i:stoproxont the rocu-roucaey uiaI,n" PI-oM'tu- time of lawlessness wh.cii at omand iva.s 50 rampan in tho cotnry, ard .m,v... c..io.,i ."..'.,. lneouIy things to be dtsnod are which lias been snni)re.s,idbv the frarl.s VERNON ACD. B. a Sclf s:'tisfie(1 conscience of a duty people in the past. I .u) further tho the i of tho r.ni.. 2 , . advance the best iutcrosts of the cumty nlncAtuinall.r. The ttrong ue.I dine and the love and re- - f Prof. W. D Morten in Ueresi . "1. ... m ! ,,nu ' 'PDnAriABCii,.en spect of vour countrymen. V sentiment that now prevail along these lines will not be allowed to to this excellent Collie UNDr RT A K" FPQ . nend, theie are a great many abate, but will be enthusiastically and sincerely encouraged by me. Mr Charles B Andor.on. who prop,ration. a thin,-ernoce.sar- ' WRI-CTOKMy party wns generous enough to nominate and elect mo to the things I would like to mile with is oneol .l,ondid,ieS lor Ccuuty nt the j recent for an v loader about but I .lull notattempttSrpei;nl..nde!,t office of Circuit Court Clerk fI appreciat the honor and have earn- ion tf Rockcastle i.i school wck, five to do so at this nine but I am sub- - ,Cotn,tv, ms b,rn r.nBAl.H Klfc, estly tried to nnl a good ofij or, 1 Mice the work connoted tcrhinj e:;perienc" in 1 ne.P Brah years' uith muting my cauoidicy to your con-thisolrice. ut b.Tano of the ins,st-nMt. Vernal, ICv. Creek Sta- .on, Rockcastle County o tu.tty eand ersuasiou of lending men S hocU and ha- - served i ,w of my party, I have dvi.i u to surrendor the balance ol my term to of ,hP ,HUS on th" Kkcastic W,l,!e8,la''d H . if- tiy T Hois a son another Republican, if I an su'eceshful in this tight, believing that 1 atily wi.h us n.t.-Wr- r tx""ll ors' GOVIinS .,., ." the best material to ... ..,.... v v. W. ('AllfW, ...... .. . ...1 H. - - - ..... can serve my party and the count v bettor in tho ntr, nr n .,... " the "iterests of your boys and son of G. W.Anderson it i.i J. j yT- - Anderson is a gentleman in Licened Kmbaln.or wiU havo cl.rgo of that lim- Judge. of U Reims. . pvery way. an excellent churcl ",r work for tho company. Think the matter over, r.nd if von fol f.ha vnn nn Hoping that if T am not fortunate in everj thing Mr. AudoiRon has h d : o'lon j wor'er. intorest-- d Hugh" a lift he win be under lasting obthjitions to you. SrOrdcrs by wive proinjitly nlled. Hoarse sent to all pomis to tho weltave of ou -- ttksi t"!lt Ilel't-ietnrthe preparation lor the ofii v h l.u iW ours sincerely. j Uie schools of hi, cmiiiiv and o -l c'"-"- ' ""d you wni rememb.M- biu ing firishcii a four ("1 VT SJ pnKT fWSUazm Pr M.,i.i IlVGll MIDLER. f KeiMucky and Comvo .s well .s , conjoin the !,h liiuai use puns, v jU Kuiliiitto; I'liuXK 1J-- J gj( H.v of the suppov Uerta Acade.n; n 1 : th . present c,t"Your fnond, J. V. Kiscnn. tttt.e ha co 'i:i t In - wonr to oi etury u c er m the intuit uauimamuiwimii!iuauamuuiiwiiHUii4i.iiiiuiiaiiS the p. -t w.vre te hicks j ist in hiscimpaigii for the office o! o ;e .e. r f from 'he CtJomj Stipcriniendiiit. will ,iy l'J. 1 tf or nnihsl : 1 ; tvttj rc.in acn I ty ,n vw titl'.l pivf..t iri!l will no r.tSftdLGrsorSLLiii". -- ? 1 nr Over ui rn fe' WtStfel rs mm J 5-- crl : r; ri viv-'.ic- d i' 1 M - um-pxp- '"', , -- - '' i23SS1153SSai?C w 1 o I -- e CKAS. ANDERSON -- ! - D1SKET 1 ':, . .; hs - j g S&lfA J ffeSf&g S.C" A 5 g - 1 c 1 - 7?'" uh r!f - - 'r "" g ... . , COUCH SwiETALiCOARKETi? and RobeS. 7"?" - r Ni-inn- - iSrw 0 - '3 ?- . -- . f, ,p --- A.'.rMJBHK.M'S i. Wo Ai- -j Aut'in'i?el to .BiioiiHeo r CI ilB A.-jj- ON .A J.THS j t tor - w.j WT g- - i wuik' t.rnut ! f ..j. Ai.r, ut. Vva a Kr.. U n cnn- e t .Ierkut u.na' ui far .'r.UU'll h.. i :t; i'jiJivi'jf. ar I '41WS r j party. Aitnimt ii my jj- !n I ft o ' lws n 3 aew f-f Blaisiar1 g z s.s vi h .. fifsmifi awxaaii' !?; It s a i ! -- kl T " " - cris . .? i i . war g i ?5 . rJ m, lUI.j. WeArj A. ( At. i. at I'd ithj UanouniiO . i lUi3 W. A. 1UJ-Jar 3u 1 . u' 3.- - Ic.'tslcI. ? - i atUo rnliJoPt tn y. in iMat itn"aija.tr 'ijj I'ri'aitcs. t'jlS. c "n.uortJi-- : Jf Authorize t.Annonn-.: 'PUoln an ji ; "rrr parly. .u,;us( .! siibiri t .lu.uut JTy. nrJ-i- ") .Ja.-niulll.t- Wo Are. As 1 foi miiy. IBIS. We urn .". j,i. if 'toetft.tlltllant.. "'tata U4t3 lMy. A.igiHS ivi!- OHBRrFF t.i Acnpanoo ...-j-. 1 .ui.- - a? t wiac nca.raor'. Wo AraA-j-'u Vo nro AutlicsUett to Annoui.ee 1'. II. KiSII fo 'i ofISo.kts-H-lerouj.t- i .t'litil.lictiu fmnoiy. I , nthiziz'Jt' - aninmim ! Arp AitUiuitzett toA.mrmnce IT v B. .c- Wi K.tfct ia.i' eSSrfcSfeir, .:. nA,jri in--- - "- ' - c S9&Sgy - i.j"'! .s.it. ,t3. to the Count : J- Ann rml tlato lo. I 'I - fa iwfroin hc70 Ii -a !' H",1" :1V'.'i '&' O.'ectinM-an- f Asucuntl ..Uror M.44 aaul latlc. ...,j ttothc Dutnocn&c i latri t .mnr.scil ... vV 131.? i'..ins.r7 - "' . - ni. ltcur.illoi.otl.. of ttia lioo '. I.'chq , n ": ,7IJl.r. int. laWeArnAntlKir 'ctt to Announce . . n a'"1!j flro.-- j .. , Uapu .' t. i - w ij-- i.oraTHATfc: 'mJ t.i Annnnnm x '" Xriitrnto First i.j 1 1 aowIltiI. Saddles, Bup-gand Waon Harn CSS, 4 V Bridies, B!anfcet3t Collars, in facr, all kinds 6 of Horse Goods Sold and repaired. y IiTuPi-st-wi- r..-:ne- in tulmary fliHliui:. An 'IIT ' of SHOE-SHO- P IN CONNECTION, ('.-.i- i "5 Mr btecuou. viiffiic is, .ii. ruiup-sei- junr Vm. n olti.i-- uilVigit'eii-l OiJantlo t to tht SfCierttl i.rimary -- f'M .saill StteoMwrk itf &9 ir A , HilN.. cr-V?-- r. $7 .o 5- - - n - v Si $. Citizens of Rockcastle .,,.,,,,,.,,..., CUNT" ATTOHKIY. AVoAroAutUJ.Iitato Anuouuco K. B. IIIOMPSON ...,, , , , KSI'JtESEKTATIVK. V.re Ar? ju.'iartpj to Announce L. I. r.I0?I?30.V . ! As a anmlUato fu' Hap eatntivo trom tho so A,f, PLSi'v3-CSi iSl X c p V 'm" o" ? Ij4ij:atiVB l.NU'tt. l of tht CoinitUscrl 70h fc?ES F. V. KINCER To the Republicans of Roci. castle-- ' In a few days the curtain will fall upon the political arena and the political aspirations .and ambitions of many will oe btjxl beyond the hopes of recovery; we will have passed another milestone in the. history of Rockcastle; we willnW shown ourselves in favor of advancement or against progress; which shall we do? We should be very careful in selecting the men who are to be our standard bearers during the coming campaign and our business managers for the next four years. I want to call your attention to the Suuerin-dent- s race. In this race 1 have three opponents, two gentlemen and one lady. One.' of the gentlemen you have known as a seeker of political office since the day when I did not exist and Who is well remembered by his work in connection with the adoption of text books a few years ago. He is now preaching that we should not get teachers from other counties but should give certificates to enough home people to teach the schools. I agree with him in part. I believe the home teaehers should have young man of good qualifications but without experience in this line of work. Of the young lady I have nothing to say having known her on y a short time . "n.,.,:. i now more aeiveu than three years I feel you ought to know my attitude and opinion in regard to our school work. I believe in supplying our schools with modern conveniences a fast as our funds will allow. I believe in a square deal to all and snrrint privilege to none. Especialiyl nave l tried to lollow this jnotto Fiie education of our children S. K flKSTHY WAioA onso.' toAnnoraw 's a mi red trust. Upon the Aa n cainUtlnt for County Attornav ofltookrtl ' o. It. IUKCU , Au- - ' 'n cBn.HJ.ite Or a3p.ojeatativc froui t' e 70th .lining of our boys and girls cf ubjcLt to ttie nrUon ot tho llepnblionn pnrtj-U3tlrimar. lgI3. lMjrtUaJIlo km;r.- - ibictto the Hsp jbhctn today depend the industrial, In ....... ,.UiUak . . ....V. rtTn,nT..n V.'c Are A.sthoitzed to Announce tellectual and moral conditions of CAM MULLINa There is more Catarrh in this Shsjiffof the men and women of the AsncaiiUclntelor .Republican Itoc'cctstle subject totho action or the party, August I'tiof the country than all mnry, 10 13 future We Aro Authorized to Announce other diseases put together, aud preference in the choice of As a citizen of Rockcastle T S. BRAffLAMOff cnmlida'p forGh?r(il of Itochcnstlp sub'ect io schools but I do not believe county, a teacher by choice and Asa action ot the KeuuUlcui unrtv. AuniiMt Pn. until the last low yours was the suppced to bo incurable. For incompetent persons .should be necessity, and a candidate for the m.iry. 1013. Wc Aro Autlionsecl to Announce a ,reat many eais doctors progranted certificates. The Good office of Superintendent of schools J. S. LAKCrOItl) Asa candidate the Republican party. Book tells us that if the blind ofourcouny, I ask you to give tho action or for Sheriff ofRockcastlo subject to nounced it a local disease and AuKiiat prescribed l.uvil remedies, and Uie blind they will fall h the careful consideration to my claims Primary, 1913. leid by constantly tailing to cure with We Aso Authorized to Announce ditch, and I believe the . 1IARKV JONES and nill appreciate your support pronounced it local treatment, Jallerot Roc'tciiBtlo Aiacnndidito forRj.dblicnu patty, p.il.jcct to incurable. why Kentucky .stands so on August 2. Science has proven August Pn- tho action or tho nnry, 1013, low in the scale of illiteracy is Catarrh to he a constitution.! One hundred and four RepubliWo Are AxithorUrd to Announce diso-ise- , and therefore requires because so miny certificates have cans from different parts of the JAMES WXNSTEAI) As a caiilldato tor .Tailor or ItockcnEtlo subjict to constitutional treatment. Hall's been granted the , to incompetent county signed a petition mai-y-action ot the Rapubtiuui purty, Ausrustl'rl- - Catarrh Cure manufactured by 1013. persons who through kinsfolk or declaring We Arc Authorized to Announce their intentions to P. J. Cheney & Oo , Toledo, Ohio J. C. MI2C some other pull have been em- support me for this .school office. Asa Constitutional cure for Jiillar r Rockcastle subject to is the only tlu act! in ot tho Rupublican party. August P.l- - on the market. It is tafcen inployed to try to teach our schools. I ask the mary. 1013. voters to consider Wo Aie Authorized to Announce ternally is doses from 10 drops He said when I came into office what my friends think of my TM. O. SOWDER acts dt As a cindtdate lor Jailer ol Rockca&tlo subject to to a teaspoonful. that a man that did his duty fitness for this place, instead of tho action of tho Republican party, August Pri irectly on the blood It mucous and mary, loia. could not be elected again. I do listening to those who may not Wo Are Authorized to Announce .'nrfopoc of tho cvstfni TllPV '' BILItIS BAKER not know why he expects to be my friends may say. o subject to offer one hundred dollars tor any Mmary0,ioi3.tno RBpubUcunvar:y' AUSM case it fails to cure win. The other gentleman is a Send for I will outline some of the general i ! ji i?.i KlJ's'iya rJ s?lc tZJ fe-- ' "ix 'S&X?Zgy vLZf' iWl rSfiT 'CS f tjfe US ti iJ .? tF E5STH T?. .3, ? Xl & x, t i says ntis. ojlvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky in wntingof her expcriei:ce whit Carta;t, the woman's j tgBOS te&i T fn.l i:i,. t riiiv tunrnin ii soon ito nivt: pounds, and now, I do all ray housework as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would giv .nrftlil '"""" gained 35 Of ( -- Carditi, my back and head would hurt so io bad, I ii tiiougiit the : Uulll ....i-- i Kill mO. I Was hnrrt ir M VtUUiU in dp arty of my housework. After lakiiis three bott'es I ucgan use hfirron i.-tif ut-i-.i- .i very-reaso- n h-- ve a Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Sisins that von hppH rim ,.,.,..,. tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui ,U1 uur, irouoie. it nas oeen helping weak, ailimr women for more than fifty years. a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad ' and it always does me good." St-x2 The Woman's Tonic Asneandidatcforj-iiprofMo'-kcftsti- I policies for which I stand. I believe in industrial as wel as intellectual andvitto'hil training. 1 n ""'; j-u- favor a hearty?co-operatioCOUStipatiotl. of the rural, graded and high school interests of the county. THE BEST MEDICINE IN I believe a Superintendent THE WORLD. should stand by the teachers, "My little girl had dysentery encourage them and. help to very bad. I thought she would SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. bring about the same spirit die. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera to Announco Wo Are Authorized among the pations. MISa'XKMPEST WARD and direa Remedy cured tier, and As ,i candidate for Superintendent of Schools of T e!lv that I ! hill!: it is . rhink the greatest opportunity RockcnstlesubjOTttotntYHi"'"' """'"'" V party. Auust primary, the best medtctue in the word . &T" belter the schools is to We AreAuthoilro I to Announco .writes Mrs. William Orvis. Clare j. w. kincer strengthen the teachers, by re- a Superintendent of Schools of 11C11. For sale by Chas. C, .action quiring a higher staudatd from Rockcastle IsubjaS Ito theX0I3. of the Republican Jjavig party, August primary, I . COUNTY COURT CLERK Wo aro authorized to anuounco S. I. BOWMAN Couas Asa candidate for county. subiPct County nei.it -' to the r.iair nf ..Ml.nn ..n vt,. A l.o.tdf .1 t I'll? Wo nro nuthoiized to announco " HUBERT BAKNE3 ns a. n xnnrll. :n.n for county, subject Countv Court to the action ra..irnfHnrkistle siftho Republican party, August primary 1013. We are Authorized to Anuouuco T. J NICETVKY Court As a candidate Jor County action Clerk of Rockc'as-tl- e of tho Republican county subject tc tho Primary, August il, 1013, - r..r.r tfSti'iionials. Address: F. J. CheXEv & Co., Toledo, O. Sold b3T Druggists, 7jc. Take Hall S Family Pills lor tMVMiln.vis mifl i. J 'W J .B.-if- ,. ji a uotne Toaav! .... mWW in. . . ISS " 1 ) (SS I "we & m T( DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a week. Hade in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL I CO. Lexington, Ky. n - -- .