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AUG. 14. 1914 K I Established 1887 NUMBER 42 mmmmmmmm'mmmamam'?'mmmmm'mm'mm'''i'iammvwmmmammmaammmmimmKmm .:. fl .'Sfjr.kW$ . w4mamm .. kn&'l&i .S.f.'.lM.''-'- . ii ,fii,a":W . I I I ' -- wi)Vn i mxwcw&r-qqJCI H. G. Owcus, second; hor3e, over two and under three,, J.W. Lowen, fust, Win. Arnold, second; horse, any age, Edgar Dotv, lirst, D. C. Lane, second; model horse, E"fe. M of age or sex P. W. 9o.. U Ira AZ Ray, first, Kdgar Doty, second; M k running walker, regardless of age An iD dr m C. A. or sex, Chint Lair, first, H in m Dav.s. second: bov hor&ehaclc . riuer. kussui iNiceioy, nrsi, uein- - J;;;; ley Sparks, second; double team, JJj; vyWilni' fir niv.ifr. vnfrnrfllnca nf rr' . ship, must have three entries, F. JJj; J. Mink, fmt.Jack Hvsinger, sec- rmif.lr Vii.fMntP rnfo W I.mvpn., first. , S.. R. MnlConzie. , B... ;.' second; gJJ THIRD DAY 1 rij:::::!::;::::::?:::::":;:::::;:?::::;:;:;:::;;;;.: A . Em r.f P se. " ! m m HI tJB' jw& Jm At N at.' Ml L E B I B UL Bi t0 h . JO V.-- t UN ' T That are Unusual and Extraordinary c -- ,'f o ilC as on tVt) a a a O HAHNESS AND SADDLE STOCK. :::::::.::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: "-- -- :::::! II 1 imaginary troubles clothes made by tho slow tnpe-'nieas-u- Many stout men have Stout men often have their ro Harness maro or gelding, Chas. Dunn, flrsti Kdgar Doty, second, harness stallion, P. W. Ray and son; first, Chas. Sandidgo, second; harness horse, regardless of age or P. W. itayydud son, first, Kdgar Doty, second. Special kings. I process, not realizing tliut they could save dollars in money and lots of worry-uuwait. d MflHHflOHDHiHHHHH Judge R. G Williams (Prom Cincinnati Tunes Star fersey cow, Geo. Weiderhold, fust, W. L. Richards, second; pony race, Miss Edna Davis, Bentley Sparks," and John .Albright, first. Best. We are fi. X. SADDLE CLASS. well prepared to with fit men of all sizes and shapes Clothcraft Clothes because, the clothes that they are correctly designed wear because, they are right in quality of materials and cost less beoaiise they are tailored by scientific methods that increase ejlieieucy. The season's newest creations in Clothcraft priced $10 to $20. " are here 'Because of his perpetual warfare against lawhrQaMjffis and his success in landing them hehinj tlfn bars, CommonwqajTjr Attorney Richard G. Williams of Kertou county h s achieved of being the most feared official, so far as lawbreakers qrejg'icenied, in this part of the country. A glauce at the records of tfflSffjurm which beuaii October 0, last year, and ended at tho close ojlrattirt several weeks ago, hhows that Williams secured 122 conviotionffl these carry nearly every crime in the catalogue- from murder do'wJ'tfo la'iceuy One of the most interesting of tho cases was the joint , mustier charge against Louis Morehead and Henry Laudrum, Krlane'rSk'fmtlis who hilled James Litton, a railroad cook, in order to rob lMV Each of these men received n sentence to lile In the penitential The report of William's work includes convictions in cases wher' ufoad com- panies were charged with law violations. Thru the ' of Wil Hams the county has become comparatively free of arim '. Saddle raare or gelding, Chas Dunn, first, Kdgar Doty, second; saddle stallion, P. W. Ray and son, first, C. T. Sandidge, second; saddle horse, regardless of ag:e or sex, P. W. Rav and son, first, Chas. Dunn, second. FANCY TUKNOUT. M gnaranteo every article to lie exact- ly as we represent. llc-ewhen we say bar- gains is so. That ij1 somebody loses money is certain: bomotimes it is if the niaiuitactures. again ill, some big retail concern, l ami ar nines we sacrmco our profit. Our custom- ers'reap the benilit no mat-- ' ter who loses. v v A " ' , i it i I' We J 1 !T 'S1 " Kdgar Doty and Miss Irene Satterfield, first, F. L. Thompson and Miss Tea Fish, second. ROADSTER KINGS. Roadster mare or gelding, C. T. Sandidge, first, Chas. Dunn, 2nd; roadster stallion, any age, P. W. Ray and son, first, C. T. Sandidge, cannot too strongly 1 emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money, I ,,i itan m iai 1,11 , t j iJVj ""'i"1 in.1 y" 'S, iiij'i ip L:, l w' l" ' 0 'ij" Mir Crawford., WM(Vif 5U McBEE i-- WX T T --T"l 1 ("- T-- Y n iat. - Jellies apple, H. Thompson iSnd; horse Mary Alcorn. 2nd; plum, Nannie mule any age, John Brcfette, ist, Taylor, 1st, Mrs. W. D. Liyesay, Chint Lear, 2n'd; mnle regardless 2nd; peacib, Mrs. W. A. B. Davis, of age or sex, sweepstakes, T. Mink, 1st, J. B, Livesay, 2nd. 1st, Mrs. J. C. Moore, 2nd. cp LEkilesM- i20a?i. Xwlw-Mm&Z- B 3 nd j grape, Mrs. T. 13 Lair, ist, 1st, J W. RurdetTa.f second. fW&GiifaC fhc3!tiwilftfrt jewnett. RACES Qur prices average 25 to 50 per cent BELOW" RJEGOLAR ticS: Si Sensational Bargains in M. J? Bethururo, first. M. J. Bethurum, second. PRICES .i o C7r 11 Mt. Vernon; KyJ J. 1 JVIT.i VERNON FAIR A GRAND SUCCESS. Tho Mt. Vernon 'Fair which Mrs. Gus Stavsrson, , 2nd; butter closed 'last Friday was all that the beans, Ifcttie Parson.-- lst;oppies. Association Could asu or expecfc'Ouie Silver, ist. Airs T. N. Noe, and in' some respects surpassed 2nd; poaches. W T. DpHord, ist, the expectations of tin. most op- - G. S Cress, L'ud; pears, jarvis and; timistic supporters. Tlie floral Noe. ist. Golden Jones, white grapes, H. C. Jones 1st. hall was a surprise to alt, it was generally conceded that, that do- Mrs. Sarah Coflev, 2m! black piirtment would necessarily fall grapes, Mrs. A. G. Lovell, 1st, short as the result of the long Mrs. Sarah Cofley, 2nd; Tho horses numbering mellon. Mr. Allison, 1st; music sixty or more, included some of mellon, Mrs Gus Stavorson, 2nd; the befct in Kentucky, with such cantolope, Mrs. Gus fcnvers.on, noted horsemen as P. W. Hay. of 1st. O. Allison, 2nd; pumpkin, D. Bowlulg Green, Edgar Doty, of A. Tallont, 1st, Bnrgoss Ifyiing. Richmond, Bud and Charlie Dunn or, 2nd; squash, Bettie Ruinous, of Madison, Jesse Rogers, Knox- - 1st. Mrs Booth Purcell, 2nd; ville Tonn . C. T. and fciilas San- - cured tobacco, H. C. Jones, 1st, did p, ot Somerset, handling. Joe D. A. Tallent, and; broom corn, s horses, W. M. Combs, CTSigmon, 1st, Sahe Norton, HhephetdHvillw, J. W. Lowen. of 2nd; sugrtr cane, T. B. Lair, 1st, 2nd; millet, C. T. Madison, K C. La.e, ot Madison. J. V. ol Lancaster, Oliver Sigmon, 1st, II. C Joium, 2nd; Forest Stepp, mid T. H.Fin-- l timothy, W. C. Dowell, . Vules King, Jim Man-urley, of Sweet Water, Tno. Kv- -' Dowell, 2nd; clover, Gto Weider-trone who visited the Mt VW- - hold, 1st, (ius Staverson, 2nd; White cake Mrs. T. C Omara, non Fair was pleased 0114 pro-- ' nounced the horses shown to be 1st, Ina Lewis 2nd; cake, of any equal to those see j at any country kiud. Mrs. Jan. Lawrence, 1st, fair in the state. Every thing Mrs. J C. Moote, and; marble 1st; Mrs. I. C. Moore, else in proportion and a genuine-cak- e. universal verdict. Golden cake, Mrs T B. Lair 1st; good fair is the The following are the premium black cake, Mrs. f. C. Moore, 1st, Louise Hysinger, 2nd; cocoauut awards: cakv, Mrs J. C. Moore, ist, Mrs FIRST DAY. Wheat, Gus Staverson, 1st, T. B. Lair, 2nd; marsnmellow 1st; cara George Weiderhold, 2nd; white cake, Carrie Hysmger, Noe, 1st, Golden rnel cake, Mrs. J C. Moore, corn, Jarvis C. Moore Jones, 2nd; yellow corn, G. O. chocolate cake, Mrs. J. 1st. Fish, 1st, H C. Jones, 2nd; rye, corn Breads Old fashioned Burgess Hysinger, ist; beans, J. pone, Galathia Hiatt, 1st; biscuit, H. Coffey, 1st. Mrs. Gus StaverW. Sparks, ist; salt rising son, and; sweet potatoes, J. E Mrs. bread, Margia Parsons, 1st; yeast Iri-- h Hunt, 1st, Mrs. Bostic, 2id; jxitatoes, Mrs. D. A. Tallent. 1st, bread, Mrs. Gus Staverson, ist Preserves, qt. peach, W. M. Sowder, 2nd; Onions. C. and 2nd. B. Lair, 2nd; John Crawford, tbt, Mrs. John T. Sigrcon. 1st, T turnips, Margie Parsons, 1st, Crawford, 2nd; pear, Mrs. John Margie Parsons, 2nd; tomatoes, Cummins; 1st; tomato, Mrs. John Crawford, 1st; apple, Mrs. James .1 S. McClure 1st; beet, C. T. 1st, Louise Hysinger, Sigmon, 1st, Willie Kirby 2nd; Lawrence, and; quince, Mrs John Cummins, home dried apples, Mrs. T. N. B. Lair, and; cherry, Noe, 1st; Cucumbers, Miss Ro- 1st, Mrs. T. Charley Burton, ist, Mrs. J. C. berta Purcell, 1st, G. C. Cress, Hiatt Moure, and, jtrawburr), 2nd. cabbage, J. H. Coffey, 1st water-drouth. (Jib-nil'- Prns. is-t- y Throe gaited saddle ring, maro quilt, Handmade articles-caliMrs R B. Brown, ist. Mrs. Kate or gelding, ,valk, trot and canter, Major, 2nd; ca.ico comfort, Mrs. P. Si. Ray & Son, 1st, C. A. Da- 1. A. Landruin, ist, Alico Simp- - vis, 2nd; Rockcastle county rings, sou. 2nd; coverlet, Mrs, G. C, saddle and names saddle mare Fish. 1st, Docia Kincer, 2nd; or gelding nny ago; C C. Davis, counterpane, Mrs. Richard Al- 1st, C. A. Davis, 2nd; saddle stallbright, 1st; worsted quilt, Alice ion, any age, C. A Davis, 1st, ,C. Simpson. 1st; blanket, Mrs. Willie T. tJigtnon, 2i d; harness mare Reynolds, ist, Mrs. T. B Lair, 2nd or gelding any age; C. Or Davis, door rug, Rebecca Cummins, 1st; ist, Jas. Lawrence, 2nd; harness knit yarn sox, Mrs. Sallie Coffey, .stallion, any age, C. A. Davis 1st; 1st, Mrs. D. Hysinger, 2nd; gen model hoe. regardless of age or tleinen's gloves Mrs. Dock Hop sex, C C. Davis, 1st, Will Hysingkins, Jst, Mrs. Gatje Coffey, 2nd; er, 2nd; combined horse regardMjss Georgia less of age or sex, C. C. Davis, ist ladies' gloves, Miller, ist, Margip Parsons.. 2ndj C. A. Davis, 2nd; brood maro and tablecloth, Mrs. J. Fy Thompson, family of three colts. Jack Hysing ist, Mrn. T. B Lair, 2nd; silk onj or. 1st, J. W. Burdette, 2nd; broidery, Mrs. Susie Miliar, 1st, Special pri.os by Woman's Club Mrs. I A. Taylor, Danville, 2nd; Best Product Map, .1. W. 1st and 2nd Set of six cotton embroidery, Mrs. Suhie Miller, 1st, Mrs. C. C. Davis, 2nd; maps, J. W. Vanwinkle, 1st; map silk quilt, Mrs.. W. A Cox, jt.jof Kentucky, Mt P:octor, ist; Mr. Marv Doan 2nd; crochet composition, Mrs Bettia Parsons, cotton, Mrs. C. C. Davis, 1st, Mrs 1st; set of letters, Klla May Coffey 1. G Tavlor, gud drawn work. 1st; six buttonholes, Miss Mae 1st. Hand made garMary Hackiey, Iwfc, Mrs. G. C. Pish, gud; battenbiirjr, Mrs. Susie ment. Apron with pink ribbon, Miller, 1st and 2nd; pin cushion, ist nightgown wiili yoke, Mrs. I. U. Taylor, Danville, 1st, 2nd handmade household urticlo -Mrs C C. Davis, 2nd; sofa pillow, wood, Bernard Franklin, ist. Mrs. W. J. Sparks, 1st, Mrs, I. Ktn- Glass Mfg Co , entry, Miss O. Taylor, ol Danville, 2nd, chair Cldo Watson, ist; fruit canned cushion, Mr. I. (1. Taylor, ot in Kerr jars, Bt'itie Parsons, 1st. Danville, 1st, Mrs. T, B. Lair, T. B. Lair, 2i d. 2nd; cut flowers, Mrs li. B. SECOND DAY Mullins, ist, Mr. Sarah Coffey, ( Van-winklHyf-inger- , First Day Three minute trots, Oliver King, Ist, Wm. Combs, 2nd, Forest Stepp, 3rd; plug horse race, S. B. McKenzie, ist, John Fish, 2nd; mule race. K. L. Mc Kinney, ist, J. H Harkleroad, 2nd. Shoe , Clothing, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Hardware and Furniture Just received a new car of 8 tho Old Reliable, best of all Shcond Day Free for all trot, Forest Stepp ist, Jim Marcuin, 2nd, J. II. Pin-le3rd; mule race, W. J. 1st, and 2nd. y, American Fence at lower prices than ever sold for in Rockcastle County. Now is the time to buy your Fence, I 1 I Thiku Day Free for all trot, Oliver King, 1st. Jesse Rogers, 2nd, J H. rd; plug horse race, S. B. McKenzie, 1st, W. M. Sowder, 2nd; mule race, K. L MeKinney, Ist, John Clones, 2nd. Fin-le51 ggsgiyi constitutional disease, requires a Hall's constitutisiial treatment. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, pa-tio- $100 RKWAUD S1JJ0 Tho renders of this paper will be pleased to leaau that there is at diseaso that least one dreudt-'- l science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catanh Cuie is tho only positive cure now known the medical Maternity. Catarrh being a SPECIAL Bargains n So oes Only a lew in) ago a bis; Shoe Iloii-- e in Toledo, Ohio, failed their entire .itock a ,old by (irder oft lie Courts. about 4.000 pairs of We were fortunate enotiijh to Men's, Ladies", Hoys', Mines' and Cliildien's Shoes and inul'aeturers in the Oxfords that come from the bet Wo proAT Ol'Ii OWN PUICE. whole country pose to allow our customer- to reap tlio benefits of this 111 - 2td. comb, Miscellaneous honey Mrs. Sarah Coffey, 1st, Wa'ter Helton, 2nd; cake butter, W. G Hysinger, 1st, Mrs. T, B Lair, 2nd; Sweet pickels any kind, Mrs John Crawford, 1st and 2nd; cucumber pickels, John Crawford, Poultry bhick 1st and 2nd. niinorca, F. Allison, ist; white leghorn, T. B. Lair; buff cochins, Joe Norton; R. I. reds, Mrs. R. B Mullins. ist, Burgess 2nd; pair chickens, any breed, Mrs. R B Mullins, 1st. Mules mare, under one, J. C. Bulleu. ist, Gus Staverson, and; Mare mulo, over 0110 under two, J. H. Thompson, 1st, T. B. Mink, 2nd; more mule over two under three, Gus Staverson, 1st, J. c. Bnllen, 2nd; mare mulo any pge, iT. J. Mink, ist, "Walter Gilliam, '2nd; horse mule under one, Gus Staverson, ist; horse mule over one under two, Bill Aniul J, 1st, J CATTI.K. under one year, J. .1. Smith, first. bull clf, over one and under two, J.W. Dillingham, first; bull calf, any age, J. J. Smith, Bull calf, lt; J. J. Dillinglum, second; heifer calf, under one year. O. C. Fish, first, Klmer Dowell, second; heifer calf, over one and under two, W. G. Hysinger, first, Wm. Bullock, second; cow. any age, Jim Arnold, first, W.. M. Hv singer, secoiid. first, HOltSKS t'Oll OKNKItAl. PtJKl'OKKS. thereby destroying the foundation of the disuaes, and giving tee strength by building up the onst tution and assisting nature The proprie in doing its work tors have so much faith in its curative powers that they oftVr One Hndred Dollars lor any case that Send tor list of it fails toci-i-e- . testimonials. Address- F. J. Chtuey A: Co Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Brug gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for - remarkable purchase. We shall turn them loose for spot cash only Our prices all through our big lino will open your eyes. We know RAIUiAJNS We ate practictd Retail men. are what you want and, liy tbxirge, we arc going to S03 that u get 'em. , NOW AAsa.Akaa h a a I Ti: zxi:z5ii:iT:Ti-T;::i;i;;::ii'& A GET BUSY, 9 iintttittiitiii",'"",'"T,'''TTTT:: ' :.................. . t t t t mgglw Jm aTararak. K' mm' mmmmmmmmwW jMBHe. jflK mm iHjk. U- Taa ft - G. TST a a a a a k fc v Ma K3. I- - fBar WW A muiJm"Jk xararar jkHKF ' WttiW . Mare colt, under one year, J. B. Livesay, first, Jack Hysinger, second; mare colt, over one and under two, E C Lane, first. Jesse Mink, second; maro colt, over two and uuder three. Chas Dunn, first, W. G. Hysinger, second; mure, any age, Kdgar Dotv, first, E C. Lane, second; brood mare and suckling colt. Henry Mink, firsi, .J. B second; horse colt, undi-one, Henry Mink, first. rj J. mmSkf fl m- - JBlb. HlbdkiaHlifc. v . t va., tmmm. " Ml mtmaz H ( S m m m m jm ! KWk M tv H W am mk Wm flMH9M B BM B BETTER DON A B m K l H M m m wsik. H M 9k-k m m V immR Mb M Hi lK Hl mm hhh H HI H n MB EVERY Swann Straw Hat STY1E OR SHAPE mm B Jtom Am MmX w Bk M Hi HL H 1H .a .a .o -- a a a a a a o a J m Bj vl XA s o o -- HERE FiSH.&SON ytch. fev g.J ni!ii;H::::::UH:::::::nH:nnninH:i:::::::ii iiW ;:i;:i;;;:U;;i:;;j;-2---;;:i2s:o;:;s:s:::- :::s ! ) ! Rockcastle's Biggest m Store 0 a a a a a a a a a a oa '?" fiN W "WF V f NT "PI? . - It t. mMIMmrf& .... .. .,rjll!tMJmtimttmmmmmammMmmmmm vf m? x ". mff' W U? I MT. VERNON SIGNAL Fkidav, Aug. 14. 1914 S was here Tuesday The BimV Former Brilliant Attorney Kill The hum in mufti School Convention held at the 'ly needs ed By Dud Shelton In Alterhi contemplation Christian church here Stindas, results of . cation At Crab Orch$1.00 was a grand success 1, UHSCKIPTION ONK YKK the greit world nv being CO D ard Saturday. v enacted iu Kuro) f: vis, the Mt Vernon Drug ist, nns on hero Sunday to attend the con A clash f mttons III re terrific Advertising rates made known licst Money MaXer in the From Interior-Journa- l and .ippalhng iu its onsequences volition. Bun Thomas was called application World (6r Farmert, Gram tj Brush Creek Tuesday on ac- J. Mort Rothwell, a few years linn iinv recorded on the pages of Mclfaiul F.iiijmc Owners ago, oue of the most promiuentand tho world's history count of the serious illness ol i.v appears Makes money bo fait that AvJl MKMI1HROF thntvt'll lii ml mnrn irlln (I.ivn Mrs. Ed Quiun and linllianf attorneys of the bar of inevitable :W KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION nr(nM,fm'ir.i vi,f in tl.ta .Vfufifnaf .. . u.k;. (!,.,. , iwv,, ill .ma i .....v lllJ hhlfl. lincsc iuu this part of the state Ins home The genius of. vatesmanship children, of Paris, after a few nJ0 i:n 11. ui n,.u.iii.nMi ..lilln.ir mill fur uvrvbo(Iv around .:. vvv;i i.iu .'.ill... .....i.n iil.iu nnn.n ria ... ....... .. .., ,..,, days visit with her parents, hm e hen being at Lancaster, was hot aud the educutiouund enlighten """'"""J' you. Tlioy all use Hour. Ana with 1111s wonuunm muu returned home L. G. Falin is mil almost instantly killed at Crab ment ot twentycoiitutiesof Christ Other Furniture and oil on a vacation and will attend Orchaid Satuiday, shortly before inn civilization look d iwn tho ages a Interior Woodwork some of the count) fiiirs vhil noon by a young man named Dud 1ip.n1 the present trruioil on the ROLLER FLOUR MILL Shelton, a sou of George Sheltcn, Kistern Hemispheie with lear at.d right Inyour own comF L. Thompson, the bus iwtiy You can quickly buildup nUcraylrur (Iourlr-.dmunity. It's tha trownlnc achlrintnt of tho crtat Lrijt'1'" nilll GEE) ... ling salesman, was with our tntr a well known fuMner ot the Flat sorrow, yet both seem powvrlesss Inventor, Taller all. A KuaramiH.il uucci inm re,i..u.... Inir business, a complete roller Hour mui in eiw ,uin."ii.i"' Thk Mt. Vernon Fair lias be chants Monday. Charlie Mil f Licit seotion, east ol Crab Orchard. topioventa uniei.il holnc.iu t. only one man and litlio iowcr la make come a nart of history. It was a Stones of the Unfortunate affair Mulhns Station, another good Thesuddennessjffif this gro it m "A Bnrrel ol Better Flour Cheaper" success from tbe beginning, and salesman, was here Monday differ, and the leal facts in tbeense ur mtlLu'nti tiiis til first and much clieiprr than the liiruost mills. Grinda rye nnd buck' ORKS WONDEB o wheat, loo. Any ono can operate each v,eur sees it getting stronger Dr. W. T. Amjx was mil) apt be known until the tria mobt am.ing fcatumoi the situ in Lot don No Previous MllllnJ Eperlence Neeeaaanr who Tuesday.--Ll'inThose Restore the original beauty no mattrr popular. aud more ton was we of tbe xoutuful slayer is held ition to the American people. liuw bJtlly Rcriiihiil or sollrtt It's Uitn "Mldut"on SOdaya tria- lmoney nn( Kiiurnnue. woinlsiJlnanil vurnlth combined in one begot it aud were present at its represented at the Mt. Vernon Just when that w be is not The p.Mine reason ot the trouble You verintlilnir loriK Con m It Natural Wood colon, Whit; whilo the butmuen to Vmtli. ereatlv reioice. Gotuu id Silver lhiamtU All Sixts. Kitln. fair tms year, as thee were so known, for, after the shooting, he is ha-- to find, but Millie ent evimany who have attended and nelp many Mado and cuarantoed by uttonded from this plac tied and has not yet been appre- dence sifts thru the press disproud ot its CO. it, are PC ed susiain it is believed patches from tbefr-sea- t Send for This Tree Bock we will not try to mention their hended, although of turmoil INCOllreiUKD growth. It is backed by mon who will surrender and stand indicate that self ' agraiidiement "1 ho utorv of n Wonder- Atiy. John W. Brown tint ho Louisville, Ky. mines tpllinir r..i lint... Mill' believe in the development of and uh.it nl hern are ilufllfT with on the part of more Fdilor Albright, of Mt. Vei trial. than one of who are and what you, yourteu. II Rockcastle; the men According to the story told by a gioat powers is one of the undercan uo. non, attended the Convention : MILL lighting lor her advancement in hero Suuday. number of men who were 111 Crab lying causes One of said empires CO., Inc. J. 12 Woodall, of way, and it ife encouraged by every 517 Trtil BUt. Owml.ro, Kr. London, who sells as many gro Orchard at the time, Rothwell and has been wa'lcing, riding and flrut that a competi those who thinlc the father of young Shelton, were nig arsval for past lo jears seekceries as the next man on the JmaB5E3XZ2Z of our stock will tive exhibition road, was with our merchants engaged m an altercation over a ing a flight. That nation (Gergreatly improve it. To those who Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Wells case in which both had been inter many) has brougUt on this troble 30C$3C&XC offered special premiums; to the and daughter, Miss Docfa, of osted in Judge Magee's court at but the outcomo will no doubt be a officers who worked so faithfully Cincinnati, are visiting relatives Crab Orchard. Jusi what the great disappointment to that warPL V for its success; to those who pre merits of their contention wore, ring country While Germany is here. From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery stock; pared and exhibited their is said that a great and mighty W. H. Fi.h, one of Mt Vernon's is not kuown, but it nation, she Officials who pro to the County "" " n leading merchants was here Sun- the lie was passed between Shel has simply pusht herself into the ? served the peace; to those who .V ton and Rothwell, and that Roth fray wlvch will he the cause of the j Fron tRooms o er Raker's Stoi o ,, day to attend the Convention -. Phone f; entertained the visitors within our well slapped Shelton. The latter's dismemberment of Leonard Woodall, of this place is the empire. gates; to the good ladies who made Combination Pneumatic Sweeper foreman on tho Pittsburg section son, Dud, was standing near and Germany's ambition and greed passible the "rest tent"; to people Release from broom drudgery from thetisin of saw what was taking place. Ho will prove her undoing. The map and lifting furmtuie and horn the dangerous scattering attended and for a few days. W.M.Bnllock, of is said to have instanty drawn his of the county who of Europe will undergo a mighty Junction, is working of dust and germs that ate raised by the use of the broom helped to build it up, the Ahsocia-tio- Lebmou and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, can be attuned by second trick here copying. -- A pistol and fired, tho bullets pene- change before another twelve ihe use of the Dunt.cy Combination Pneumatic tenders its sincere and heartFOUND, Uil place to buy Spectacles little fun now and then is relished trating Rothwell' s abdomen. One months rolls around. Sweeper, which, Jlhough easily operated by hand, liul for $1.50 and up. Gold. felt thanks. The sun shines creates poweiful suction force which draws out all the dut report is that Rothwell went for Silver mid Aluminum Frames and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same ROCKCASTLE by the best of men, and what we his own gun first, brighter on OI.D and that the MJ time the revolving Luih picks up ail lint, puis, threads, in town. Kjes tested jest now are going to nariato is claimed young man success and the star of is iavchn;s, etc. tired when he saw I by oue of the parties to be the Free. Years of experience pointing toward the Mt, Vernon THE DUNUEY SWEEPERS are made in three sizes and sold Rothwell make the mote toward Por Infants ard Children, truth. So here goes theston: under a rigid guarantee for one year You may try a LYir Ground tor the good year of his. At any rate, one of the The Kind You Have in your own home for 10 days Free oFChtr&e. JhWHI.IiR AND OPTICIAN. It seems from what we can learn Always Bought 1915 COX DROS. STORC that our two friends. W. M. Hicks bullets is said to have broken For more detailed Information write TOD'Y Bears Thk 3(5th anniversary edition and .lames Sim ins had been talk RothwelFs right arm, which fell Signature of the Louisville Evening Post, ing to the same widow and theie by his side, and the bullets which 5T: j Dunlin Pncu ;iatic Sweeper Co August 10th was lull of aluable was a certain day set to settle the followed penetrated a vital spot in CHICAGO 0501 S. Stale Street matter in historical aud business matter as to the ouo that should t'ie abdomen. Ijrogss of the Falls City. The quit; so they met and sat behind Chief of Police Sara Ramsey, of i PoVt lias a big circulation and is closed doors in a special room Tor Crab Orchurd, was not far off one of Louisville s leading news- four days and positively refused when tho shooting took place, and 9 papers which has done much valu to take food or water, and all ap he rushed toward Shelton at once SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION 5 ill able service in the upbuilding of peals of their friends failed to make seeking to stop the affray, wreit the pistol from him and place him city and state. its home any change in Ihe situation. They claim that they are casting lots under arrest. Before he could bo Ui here in the mountains it is to see which will be however, Shelton the lucky overpowered, believed that President Wilson man, und up to fired one more shot, and this ff the present no Mount Vernon Monumental will carry our country safely thru decision has baen officer, . I A broke the right leg of the reached. lV.x." mSSSVTW 1 the troublous times notwiths'uind-in- runner came the other day and below the knee, shat'erjng both a hh'CTD WORKS B " will be vigorous andhealthy if you the rank opposition of Marse informed Simnis tnat the si J 1 liatLZllt. cattle bones, and causing him to drop to keep the sow in condition with Henry Watterson whom for mere- had broken into his corn Round but the ground. Shelton then made ofnn.i Animal ly persoual reasons, would wel- Siinms wae yet unmoved Trip his escape. Some ot Shelton's and re 'ViDsiALliU in Marbles und come a failure of the President's plied, tic. COc, tl.OO; !S lb. padfiOO what was a crop of corn in friends say that' the shooting of Mouunu-ut'.Jranite of nil efforts to steer the ship of state comparison to the subject in An indispensable tonic before hand. the marshal was entirely an SPECIAL TRAIN into a safe harbor, and after farrowing1. Increases vinds. Estimates funiislietl and t' at the young man Hicks has quit his mill ard refuses milk, improves digestion and the n application. general condition of the little Leaves Tim "don't lose your head'' to return home. J. D. Cathn, of was still shooting at Rothwell, pigs. Tho best disease preand that under the excitement, he proclamation to all Americans by Lebanon, was here Sunday to see ventive. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. GKO. OWtiNS 'ropr President Willson, on the subject his son, J. W Catlin Miss An- either became wild in his fire or Refuse substitutes; insist on , not realizing that Ramsey Pratts. r.iu 112 of the givat war now in progress, nie Baker, of Mt Verunon, is Sitilfartinn Cit Mahiv RIr an officer, thought tnat he was man relatives hore this week. shows the greatness of ihe 2 Get Pratta Stock Doo'c He is to our country to day what Next Saturday 15th Rev. John coming to Roihwell's assistance. tAVsiafTl pulled Whether Rothwell had Lincoln was in his day. M. Mncmillan will couduct a not at the time young pistol or during his It is g'Jiii to he a difficult mat- generalhepublic meeting,orgatme, a Shelton began shooting, is a JNDERTAKER and EMBALMER: which hopes to ter with the Democrats to choose point. Sotnesiy he had mooted ChrLti n Workers Training between Stanley and Camden for and sonio say he had not At any Class " L IL'AS.Gfi'? Both a candidate for Governor. rate, Rothwell's pistol fell on the Tl is rill he ourely good men, and indication mighty " I near him when ho dropp ffi?ii!mws?y auJ is hoped all christian ground It has the only real continuous are tbey both will offer for the and evi ed, mortally wounded, people will be associated with it. door opening. honots of governorship. he had it out Hoops 'made of tested steel, The object in view is to train be denceas to whether !fr iMmmeaffli Shelton attacked Hoops can be adjusted from ladhe vers, in tho art of successful When jotng L I V 1 X (J W T O N front door frame. conflicting. der Christian endeavor, beginning him, or not, is Doors made of California RedK Immediately after the shooting wood, "The Wood Eternal." We put in one day at the big with a school course of systematic The location of our factory gives us town and has not Fair at Mt. Vernon, and we wore Bible study -- our watchword will Shultou lolt lowest freight from mills to factory, and from fac you. Gtt a bttur Hit" W1 reliably informed the other day uo liuiciency . lime ol meet- been seen since. Sheriff Weather tory(to us today for catalogSilo and Saw mow by rTITIT'T' "",Trrll"1"""T"" " writing and prices. Lincoln county, and Chief LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. v that on the strength of that visit ing 7:8o at the Presbyterian ford, of (Incorporated) limsvuiE Mr. Marot had asked for half col church. Presbyterian Sunday of Police B. D. Carter, with De .0. Stitloo F. to Good paint guarantees your house against imin in tho Signal. JWo had school lo a. ni. Mr. John Wal puty Sheriff, W. S. Drye, went the scene at once afterward to the hoped to have escaped the sight ton, Supt. decay, just a's good insurance guarantees home ol the elder Shelton, a few of our friend, but We learned difPreaching Service- - 11 a in. you against loss by fire. "Any old" paint The ferent. While we never onjoved Rev. John M Macmillan. miles east of Crab Orchard up at is no more safe than "any old" insurance. our selves better in lite, yet there Come and enjoy tho worship ot young man had not shown is always something to mar our God and help us sing the good old home, but his father and brothers You want sound insurance and were there, and tho father assur pleasures, winch we will explain liyinns from tho new books. ed the officers that if tho young later. man could be located, ho would be Miss Mable Niceley has retured A TEXAS WONDER. surrendered to the officers if from a visit with relatives at Mt. The Texas Wonder cures kidney giveu protection, of which he was Vernon. Mrs. T. J. Niceley was If you know about paint, look at tho Trying to succeed In business and bladc'er troubles, removing amply assured. Friends of tho visiting relatives hero Sunday. without advertising is like the grauel, cures cliaoets, weak and young man say that ho will prob formula on every can of Green Seal. It Miss Lyda Coo,t has returned to all case of the man who, trying to irregularities ol the kidneys ably come in as soon as the excite wife is studying cut expenses, divorced his Cincinnati where she is the perfect formula for a' smooth, atid in boty men and women. meiit wears off. for they believe and alone attempted to keep Millinery business. W. A. the clastic, durable paint. Regulates bladder troubles iu ho has an excellent chauco to eshouse and islse his children. Warren is putting new fences It cost him more money for children. If not sold by your tablish u good dofense. , around the Railroad parks here doctor bills and funeral ex, druggist, will be sent by mail on i - FOR 8ALE BY VsIrrsit swll Mr. Rothwell, tho slain man, Mr. and Mrs Fred Owens, of penses in a year than he gave receipt of 1.00. One small bottlo was the only surviving son of Mr. his wife in a lifetime. Ivory Dale, Ohio, are visiting in two months treatment, nd selhis aged Sam Rothwell. With relntives here. -- Mr and Mrs. C. When advertising is dom tails to perfect n cure. Snd father he has made his homo near E Elford, of DanviUo, Ky.,are divorced, business sucfor testimonials from his and other Crab Orchard for somo time, havwith relatives here. Mrs. Eilord cess becomes failure. states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 ing been iu bad health for the is a daughter of Henry Burton, MORAL TRADE Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Joan .of Aro Sold past several years. This paper is building your Before this, who for many years was a citizen I ATTORNEY-AT-IAW- , Constipation is the starting by Druggist. neighbor's business. He hoi was tho only woman on earth he had practiced law at. Lancaster ot our ittle town. Miss Marie point for many serious disoisos. reasons. He tried advertising MTi VERNON. KY. able to resist a bargain advebowels where he had built up a good pracBlanford. of Louisville, is visiting To bo healthy, keep and it helped hlsi. It is not HhRlUNIv reejtilur. l"OFPICE. - On 2cd. floor fo, tice and was highly regarded. He active and rtisementand she's dead. If lmr cousin, Mi.ss Ella Mae Blanan experiment this paper FOR FLETCHERS The Bank oMt. Vernon, on Church remove nil iiccumuliitions ul exceptionally will .brings results. Good, bard, was said to be an you've pot a bargain in someford. After three days oi sight street. Special attention given the bowols ami put the systom in convincing results dollart. bright and pjeasjng speaker, and seeing and a real good limo. the thing, advertise it to the womto collections. pritre condiiion. Price 500. .Sold of mind. He very quick and keen Mt Vernon Fair is over aud wo en folks in this paper. Phoue No. 80, by John Robins, Brodheud, Ky. FOR FLETCHER'S and a Templar, was ut Knight judge that every body is satisfied Vli M, V4 (CosrttlBS IMt.ti member of the Presbyteriau or at least they should be, but if H 1 'i-jj- f Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. not let them go tho three days of the Brodbead fair which will be in session this week S. C Franklin, the L, & N watch Inspector of Mt Vernon, chinch. Tho remains J. MortRothvell t) rnraster who Is Shot To Death in the Latioister cfiu day were taken 1 'lif-- interred V0I23RS 31110 VIM the an Knight Temp'nrsJ mi ier ery on Sun-ices of the I r 11 dm For Scratched Tables PEE I 111 111 11 "Midget" Marvel D "j .... ... -- -, - lin-o- - -- iJL.ral 11, ww gi I A 11 ns K FREE SLUn-C.AULUE- JOHN ROBINS Brodhead, Xy. $ X$P&fc& Conover P. Dentist tmhv $ iv mi DIVORCE YOURSELF h k'fZL 4tta2i moy-in- g u FOUND! Kjejil.-iBse- i ar CASTOR A ek-ctiu- :y I J. C. MOORE rnLi araB Dunt-le- y te3 Agents Wanted . UNnt fiffQ j osryca.isiATa Sunday, AUG. 16th IU 1 J and return ifdJ'Lill "inlVlI I SB g Spring Pigs si .SO .50 Aflanufacturerw s JUNCTBON CITY 5:35 a.m. el-,0- vis-iti- n A m S. C. DAVIS IWllld'iHI: ForSale Bv J.C.McCLftRV tTcJ 1,1 1 !JW tf!tt 111 Pfe2fiK2Tir.limLr.LIVI (4U Ei'Jie3 StpTforri, rri"-ii'ri!ia.- ., I Speaking of the Divorce Evil hum b$ lianna's Green Seal Paint ' i ' J B. NOE 'C. Williams, J Children dry ,1 OASTORI Children Cry CASTORI A ) I I i . . ovuurtED SPOTS 01? PAGE Ol . i MT. VERNON : SIGNALl Dr. ami Mr, .B J.BrOwnwero The County Fair Season, Better ,.' guests (,f Aitrtoy and Mrs. E. Fish's 1914 shoes for ypnr money 1 1 MHQSOi It. Gentry dm ing the Fuir Walter, Oh f e7 and Miss Mary up "No. 79" wn.nnrv Katherine run h of London, have wan toOnmmunl. M ontn Willi SIGNAL been with relatives hero during the week. Mr. und Mrs, Clvdo Huffman ntul Utile .son ol Pin is, aro with Mrs. Fishback n few days taking in the Fairs' W. B. Myers and little daughter loowvatt 4 Nahviiic n n.Co. Lucille of Pineville, wore with ''. TIME.TABIE. Iriends here last week und seeing 22 uort'n l.f9 p ui the Mt. Vernon Fair. MiV Vkrnon, Ky Aug. tj, 79 t L!4 nortn south 3:53 am a m 'i.'l L'l t....n:43 12:19 douth am local The man with the cash always Tas. Landuum, Agent. get the hirfrnine. Phone No. 8. Some uutoinobilei braved the Kntered Bt the Ml Vernon, Ky. I'ostoftlce "Wilderness Road" and come to aa Dtcoiul.ciua mall matter. our Fair. that a Misgested I'KIIHDNAL ness, to a principle, is a life-tiin good roads meeting age of Here bo held here to-d- ay and there store keeping. Teed Payne of Sand Spring has about Septehiber 10th. One of the live boosters for the been seriously ill for some days. I gained by success dealing, by dePuulRauner of London, was Mt. Vernon Fair was 0. E. Mul- here Friday, last, to attend tho litis, the Withers grocery sales you-ca- n ception, by "getting-wh- at prices, by'little man. fair. tricks to are proudly do we Miss Helen Keys is the guest The Brodhead Fair is on and it is been successful. of Miss Bernice Ljndrum for the a good one. Fine ground, ii fact say to the world, ideal location, toll arranged, big v eok. if success M rs Sarah Uickels and grand- crowd plenty of good stock and a Miss Anna FOrrol cf floral hall that is a marvel. Our daughter in every You a full Cincinnati are visiting relativos next issue will contain for hundred cents as as gets for here . .1. II. Christian of Detroit, Pianos sold from factory lo his dollar, crowding goodness every Mich'.', is here looking after the home, We have some rare if these article are you call success, in slightly used pianos and big laud deals. only to the Mr. I. A. La minim and daugh- organs. Tua Starr Piano Co , ter Miss julia are spending a few By K J. Foun, Salesman, days in Louisville. ' . Danville, Ky and of was here store, Dr. M. Pennington Vedne..duy evening from Bertha Cikcuit Court Every one as well, for proof we . should. come to Circuit Court next to see Mrs. 0. C. Williams. achieved success. Judge B. J. Mrs. A. 13. Hacldey of Lincoln Monday and hear county, was visiting the family of Bethurutn instruct the Grand-Jurher brother, James Marot, last on the evils of pistol carrying, good bootlegging, Vote selling and the week. on election day. His ol the good uso of liquor M. F. Uruig, one to tell you every week. splendid citizens of battle rv is enforce the law and farmers and "Bully boys", said Bill BoWk as is fight either. Mrs. R. A. Sparks entertainod " Wc Stand By What You Buy." the Quail section is vety low with it no shim daddy, I witnessed evety ring, One of the largest mineral land informally Wednesday ovening, heartily approved the onti'ies, and typhoid. last, in honor of her guests from Mr. W. B'. Myers and beautiful deals that has ever taken place in Louisville. The following accept- pronounced it the pride of my life and the joy of my heart." little daughter, Lucille, were visi Kentucky is now being closed Detr6it, Pennsylvania, and ed Mrs. Sparks invitations. week attend tors to our town last Messers W. L. Richards, Chas bought tho W. L. Kichards English parties and Franklin Alliing the fair. C Davis, Mesdames Benton, Hiatt property on West Main We ,iagV I ra aB ! IWl m HHPk son, this county, for 200,000 acres Mrs. John Fish of WilliamsScholtz, Satterfleld, Sparks, C. C. have not learned wjiethpr 'Mr. Ruckca'-uV- , in Pulaski, burg, visited Mr. 'and Mrs. S. B. ltng Davis. AlKichards intends to rho?Sine5or JLEADlflOJ big Mt. Laurel and Jackson counties. McICenzio and sawtho Misses Martha Sparks, Bess not. lison, who has "ground hogged." Vernon Fair. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. it in this county for past fivo years Sparks, Christine Davis, Edna Winners of prizes by members ' Mis. Alm'a Chapman and daugh proves to bo an old export mining Davis, Sallye Reynolds, Margaret Thelma, ot Newtonia, Mo , engineer and was on to the job. Welch, Pat Perkins, Jennie Mar of the Rockcastle County Clubs", whose articles wero weie with Jamcs Muret's family Full particulars in a thre column row Miller, Verna Welch, Ruth 011 display at tho Ml. Vernon Fair, during the fair nnd other relatives article will appear at an early Landrum, Viiginia Crawford, are as follows: r r Burton of Danville, date. More than $1,000,000 will Blanche Crawford, Eugene yc$&a$yd Best exhibit as a whole, Miss SatterfBessie Scholia, Grace guest of be thrown into this county. has been the pleasant leld, Irene Satterfield, Sidney Mary Proctor, Brodhead. ? Nicest Miss Rissio McFerron for a few DANCE Mis Jennie Morrow-Mille- Crawford, Margarot Spirks. and best one dozen tomatoes, Miss yesterdays. She returned home gave a beautiful impromptu Wildie. Best S Messrs Leroy Satterdeld, David Addie Bnrdette, I day. dance at the Rockcastle Tuesday Craig, Lewis Miller, Chas. Thomp book of tested tomutoe recipes, Miss Bird Perkins, who has pre.ent wero son, Kverette Mulhns, Ralph Miss Roberta Purcoll, Mt. Vernon. Those ovening Ky lii'fin ilie sitiest of Mr. und Mis Medames R. A. Sparks, W. L. Griffin, Robert McKeiizie, Will Best und best catsup, 1 W. G. tMcUee for a few days has Richards, S Satterfie'd, B J Thompson, John Landrum, Wil- Miss Joe Davis, Mt. Vernon. Best returned to her home in Crab Or I. W Brown,. C. West, liam Scholtz, Hiatt Crawford, canned tomatoes, Miss Addie COMPLETE LINE chard. Wildie. Nicest ripe toma-toJ, W. Rider, Win. J Scholia. Miss- Bentiy Sparks. Coffins, Caskets and Robes K1TCIM J preserves, Miss Sarah Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Haverley, of Bed es Salljo Reynolds, Margaret and Mail, Telegraph or Telein their Vurna Welch. Irene Sutturfield, 1 ford, Ind., came down ost. Stkavkd. Stoi.kn on Mt. Vernon. Best green tomatoe the Mt Ver Fan, Bess anu Martha Spirks, MAHHIKD? On Friday, the last ,preserves, Miss Etnma Davis, Mt. COOKING UTENSILS automobile to attend phone orders Promptly Neatest Cap and Apron of tho best quality at very reasonThey were the guests Blanche Crawford, Ina McCoy, day ol the Mt. Vernon Fair, Will Veinou 11011 fair. Filled Mamie Baker, and Eugene Fall- Qwous. tho efficient Signal repor Miss Emma Davis, Mt. Vernon. able prices may be found hero in of Mim Ola Hansel $fc?ec3c$fc::e$& xfcoca&ocTC: Miss great assortment. Tho greatest Misses Adelle Dupee and Agnes back. Messis Loroy S.itierfield, tor at Livingston, Joft tiitt place Best display ot preserves, Lnndrum, to attend the counly soats big up. Hitrah Hiatt, Mt. Vornon. .Misses of care should always be exercised John were the Louis Miller, Eberheart, of Loudon, Margaret and Everette Mullins, Cecil Reynolds. nuiil celebnitlon Ho was not by E.lizibetli, Bertha and CleoGontrv to keep all cooking utensils clean, guests of Misses days last week John H, Williams, Victor Tate, his lone self, and it is said to have picked and sold forty six dozen snd for this purpose. Veri a Welch a few Conn Brown, .Robert McKcnzie, been a loving couplo. Franklin, off their plots of tomatoes and attended the fair here Alluminum or Granate Chas. and Jamie Thompson. tho L. & N. watch inspector, last Sa'urday. Tho display made .1 Bethurutn Judge nnd MrsrB by the Girli Canning Clubs added is by all means tho best. The cost Dr Lovell und our old s'uml mot tho train at station according have been with relatives here for is a little gieater at lirst, but it is to agreement, but fulled to find a groat deal to the Floial Hull and the past few days, standing the by scribe "J. M." argued and always cheaper iu the end to buy Owens whom he had promised t" the Mt. Vornon Fair Associuiiou short vacation the Judge has be- sisted for a third of a ceutuiy good ware at a lair price, than the protect dijring the day It was Were very glad to have tin disp ay fore opening court here next Mon- and out oi seuson that Rockcastle tako this me.ni!. of thanking cheap bargain store kind at any during the and is one of the richest counties in learned afterward that day day. foreign looking man applied each and every one who helpod price Their minerals in the State. Mrs. George Reynolds of will soon be at County Clerk's office for n mar make the Floial Hull tho best ever E. views, it appears, When tho baby is suffering the is visiting Atty. and Mrs. to the riago license, but Mr. Bowman, shown in Eastern Kentucky. dou'ile affliction of hot weather came demonstrated in addition R. Gentry. Mr. Reynolds ohn Hartwell, aged 4o, was ar- and bowtl disorders, tho remedy stone interests which has the ever accommodating clerk, a Reynolds last immense down with Mrs. been developed to a large extent; man always on his job, having rested at Horriu, III. last week for needed isMcGEE'S BABY ELIX-IR- . Friday for the Big Mt. Vornon It reduces the feverish conin the undreamed of coal deposits posted himself on our county's the murder of Tom Williams, u ' Fair. declaration of neutrality in tlio coal miner, at East Bernsiadt I2 dition, corrects the stomach and underlying a big portion of tho checks looseness of the bowels. John Pigg nnd Gordon Eversole southern half of tho county dis groat wars now on and believing years ago. Deputy Sheriff Her- Price 25c and 50c p?r bottle. Sold or London, were down from Satur- covered oy an oiu export- mining the applicant was oithor a Gor- man Scoville passed thru here by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. day until Monday. The former engineer who camo hero fivo years man, AuBtrian, Frenchman ov Motiday with him oiiwuy to Lou It's better to wear Fish's $15. surel depend was the guest ol Miss Sallye Rey aoo and literally you can "took to the Servian refused to issue tho pa- don jail. Special suits than to wish you hud. nolds anU the latter the guest ot wood," and kept himself busy all pers'. The applicant disappeared. actime- - of trouble is your Evangelistic sorvicos will begin Miss Jennie Morrow Miller. this time hunting black diamond Many Livingston people arorthat wanted the per- at the Christian church Sunduy Better to acquire a Judge R. G. Williams who was deposits. Hu found thorn and has it was Owens that o was so well disguis- morning August 'Both, led by tho Covington last week on succeeded in purchasing something mit called to big one by depositing you by his Rev. J. Ross Miller and assisted engago-monTho Farm of tho John W. Millike 160,000 acres and in turn sold ed ho was not recognized an important business Tinsley. by tho pastor Rev. in returned Friday morning to an Eastern syndicate which pro best friends or others. "He is Rov. Miller comes highly recom- ler Estate whkh will bo sold on . ! sure sorao artist." Monday August 17, 1914, will be accompanied by Mrs. AVilliams p0se8 to develop this immense area You'll Find the necessity of thinking before mended from Christian Ministers sold Free from all mortgages liens after building a railroad through tmyiiig 11 great Incentive to saving. When littlo son Richard III. and The wisdom of letters is for niau tit Hopkinsville, Danville, miles in is six and dower interests A fee simple trouble coined what you have- been proventeil ,e Mnr Williams, who is the tract which but yet I declare unto you that and many other towes. mues deed will be made by tho Trustee. from frittering away will innko :i comlbttablo passed a width and more man torty albeit man hath a largor vocabuvery seriously ill, has Tho organization of a bank at Respectfully, ; balance. week and her long from a point in ru.asKi, tnru lary than woman he seldom hath H.,Wnod W F. Oh A Mi', Anville, Jackson county, has just Laurel and ackson so much better Rock ctfstle, opportunity to uso it, co li'.ion seeming Trustee been completed and our townsman the road . . 1. . nmir. it is orooosed to put - i. fm mt arn utrv uiui.11 R. B. Mullins is to be cashier. Tenn., passJ ohn W. Miller in bankruptcy from Nashville, upland' are much more hopeful thru near Somerset thru Rockcas- Anville is located in the heart of 'intr of what the result may he. '.1. a,lu TA1 ri nrA rn t - TTWrYmm Jackson county which will soon - "e For Rale: Two thoroughbred Mesdames Schclta and Satto'- a distance 300 miles, a greater por- new railroad Ona application ftoothet and heal a rough be reaehod by the m.d Borkshire boars and one sow ApT)imilv.bln.aad.whenreDtated.nuic1clY effect field. Misses Irone, .I,.- - nf inliinh inrritorv has hereto- going out from Eist Bornstrtdt. ply to W. J. Sparks, Mt. cure. Ecma, Eryilpelat, 'letter, Ulcers HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID alt ikln dneatet yield to Itt curative . , .... Miss Bossto . t orov Satterfield. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Mr. Mullins is a splendid business ""-- ' cue a oox. mbu ururvisii. ore ueeu uuout luuiuiu iuunncs ic,iA Ky. Sod for fro iimpf. tod fook. ' U.Hb od Dtfiatj, Wool on Commlijlon. Writ, lor price and William Scholu, of Lou JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAV CO.. js rJ wn tho midd,Q man and will make good at the e 1730 Sprint: Garden St., Phlla., lilt mentioning this ad. have been the ploasant guests .of head ol such an institutoin. He hQ Swim nnd our land will yet -rOH FLETCHER'S, Mr. and Mrs. k. n- w.t. will move his family to Auvillo JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE.KV. flow with milk nnd honey in ex and attended tho Mt. ceeding large quantities. few dayrt about Oct. 1st. Vernon Fair. me It hnR,beeti ac-oun- but-gai- W. L. Rose and T. U. Davis of The county fairs are in grogress Fullerton, Neb., with headquarters thruout Keutncky and tho list of nt Rockcastle Hotel, are busy Jn fair dates appearing duily in the the work of drowning maps and Courier- - Journal show that the closing up the woik oftrausfir rf number is large something like 150,000 acres ol In some respects this is not a mineral lands lying in Southern good year for couuty fairs The portion of this conuty apd in Pudrouth that has prevailed la many laski, Laurel and Jackson cou ties. portions of the Statu has uuerler- DR. HARRY WEBER. od seriously with the products of farm and garden. Because of this A Louisville physician who is condition some ot the fairs havo popular with 11M chsso-- . of people been culled off and a lew associa- - is Dr. Harry Weber. Dr. Weber tfons have suspended operations 'studied in Knoxville, Tenn., but Neveitheless the has practiced in ' this city, where permantutly. fairs that have been held so far he has a host of friends. Dr. judging Irom the nowspipor re- Weber is a most agreeable gentleports, havo not been lacking either man personilly, thorougoly well in attractions or attendance. posted in all matters pertaining to n Every couuty the Suite his profess'on and has met with should establish aiid support-- fair marked success in his work. and it should be a leal (air and not Louisville Post. u mere medium for the exnibuioii t.r. Weber was born, in this of freaks and lakes and the exploi- County, a son of tho late Wm. tation ol catching penny schemes. Weber, druggist and brother of It :s possible in any county in Mrs S. D Lewis. Kentucky to get together a credi MT. Veknon Faik "We work table display of livestock, agriculed hard", aid C. C. DaCis, the tural products and other substanworthy PreMaert. "Yes", says tial features ol an exhibition Of the tho excellent Secretary, Will Fish kind. Tho question is merely one "and our pay is in the pleasure of raiing the required capita and of knowing we have Hone devoting the necessary tune aiid for our county." It energy to the enterprise. As a said Billy was a "hummer", rule, the fairs that have failed are Poynter, to which Tom Kirby and those which have been permitted Roy Beazly quickly responded to degenerate. Unless a fair is a Wo that it was "a crac'er-jack.- " going and growing institution the ' vent some" said Jim Coffey, in public is very likely to lose inter- which Johu Parsons and Jchn S. est in it nnd public approval and Helton claimed that she was support are essential to success. I never "kleen The county fair that Is well sus- saw a bettoj fair in the blue grass tained is a factor for progress. It ejaculated Reuben Mullins, "and gives impetus and encouragement you naver will," spoke up Willis 10 human endeavor and is primar McKenzie. "Right you are" said ily valuable as an object lesson of to which A II. Tom Niceley, tho results of intelligent toil. It Hamlin, Ed Cox, Victor Tto, las. can and should be made a most Coleman West, "Trink" Richards poworful forct for rural better- and Joe Matt Craig gave a hearty ment and rural prosperity. chorus of "Amen and"Amen " , 11 -some-thinggoo- A BUSINESS CREED This year we celebrate our Twenty-Sevent- h Anniversary in business, and during all that time our creed has been as follows: Twenty.Seven years have we loaned this business our name twenty-seve- n years have we 'given it our devotion twenty-seve- n years have we given it our knowledge and experience years is not a long time -- r- when you years devotion to an aim. to a busiI Twenty-Seve- n say it quickly! BUT F twenty-seve- n this " to-morr- ow means money us sharp that, Big Sins, then "we have not d means BUT Rule, operating it your getting out The Golden transaction, giving much another the utmost into things what this "I r then we point not the AIM ." THE CHARACTER, THE CONSCIENCE, PRINCIPLE that REPUTATION," BUT I y TO ITS RECORD have Watch our advertisements. We have something n IHrl9W I aV Jk O" 'Can-nin- g r, Miss-Rut- Fish-hac- r $ GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER DpscC3cqx Brodhead chow-cho- Bur-dett- e, o , U& - in-i- u . 11 Cor-bi- - The Helping Hand most (tnd.-wh- NOTICE! in count. upon bank have t. start what G-e- The Bank of Mt. Vernon - e, ..... ,"- -- The Bank of Mi. Vernon - nw .J """" i,HMHm .,,. ' ) Vor-1101- - Children Cry FURS AND HIDES Mmm&kQ CASTOR. dXT' "V , um. a f. ' " "'' ' ' ; IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK UNITED STATES SENATOR CAMDEN fa-OPUATION For The Eastern District of Krntcct:y. In the matter of .John VV IJ.UlKI'Upt me1 if Drink this and be refreshed! llwF VM , . jU w 1 bip oy sip nere s pure enjoyment cool com- fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. L jk efm 1 f Demand tlie genuine by Mil name Nicknames eucouratje aulMtltutlou, itZw 7 Xk Whenever of THE COCA-COL- you sec an Arrow think Coca-Co- la COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. .J A 2 WHEN YOU WANT Genera! Merchandise t'urMiunt to a order issued to (is Tritsteu in thu sibnve style t case, I will, on Monday August 1", A U 1014. ut 1 o'clock, p. ,1., pn tne preuitsts ahont mile enst of Ml Vernon, Ky , oiler for sale ut public auction ihti following to wit: About LI0 ncrs land situated in Uoc.lcoHMtle Comity, Ky., on the State road J mile east of Mt Vernon, mid is the same land convoyed to the said John W. Miller by two (2) deeds recorded in' deal ti(!ok No. til, pugK to and. refer once is hereby uiflde (o these deeds the orders and fee rds in tnis chsO for ii more specific description.Also at the satne lime and place i win niter tor sale, the v iieisnr niaunlautUiiujr plant consisting of a gasoline engine, npple crusher and press nfl complete, a lot or larm implements, plows, hoes, saws, ladders, and about 6o ','ond empty whiskey barrels. A lot ot lumber and cord wood i ne lanu mentioned above is to he sold treo of all lions and inort- jjages. and free of dower interests to the amount of $h"00. There is a claim for dower on this to' the extent of the. price it sells for over and above this $lfioo. The other properly will be sold free of all liens and mortgages. Possession given when sale and bonds are tp proved Terms: Purchaser will be re quired to make a bond for the pur chase prhe of the land with ap proved surety, one half of which to bo paid 3 mouths and the other half 6 months trom date of sale each to hear 6 per cent interost from date until paid. The person al property is to bo sold on mouths credit, bonds with npprov ed surety bearing 0 per cent, in teres I from dale until paid. W. P. CHAMP. Trustee prop-enty, - '"--nkruptcy Farmers Roallr'ofl t" ily Ono-- 7 Half 'of Whit 1; Aro En.l .led 1 LOSS OF LAOOR AND TIME Increase Efficiency By Going Over Farm Probloms Together Has Un- Faltli In the Future of KenN bounded tucky Help Rural Communities Through the Schools' and Colleges of State. (SiiecCiD Hon. John-ton- . MCilmdon, Junior 'senator trom Kentucky, after a visit to Uij Dupurt'i'iiL'iii of Agriculture the past vmcK talked an Into. In .n.'i way of the problems ot th. tana uud of what Is bolng donu u his own state, as well as by the government In connection with tne me opportunity for also all of the work carried on undor di rect appropriations to tho dopartmont. Large 8umDevoted to' It. "In future .the amount of monoy being devoted to this kind of education to help the farmers will bo yery large. act gives $10,000 a Tho Smith-Love- r year for the first year to each agricultural college. Thereafter It Is In each stato in proportion to rural Inhabitants until, at tho end of eight years, tho total appropriation will amount to $4,580,000 andthat same amount will ho appropriated annually thereafter. "Undor this arrangement there will bo coming" to the Stato of Kentucky appropriation, from this Smith-Love- r approximately $154,103 por annum which must bo supplemented by appropriation made by tho stato or raised from contributions within tho, state, amounting to $144,103, or n grand total ot nearly $300,000 por an num. CBiildren Cry for Fletcher's Tlio Kind You Havo Always Iiought, nncl wlilcli has been iu. uso for over CO yours, lias borno tho sl;;naturo oC ' nnd Iirts been mado under his pcr- -- rt soiml supervision slnco Its infancy. fS1 st&ffl-?- Wuzfyty6ccU4 Allow no 0110 to dccolvo you in thla. nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations nml " Uxiicrimciits that trifle with nnd cndnnircr tho health ot Infants nnd Children Experience against Experiment. Just-ns-goo- d" IS Cnnforiii in Farm Implements GO TO .J., jbjoa ;' ONAS JVIgKENZJE -- . THE $ OLD PEOPLIiS RELIABLE $ BANK $ t $ A Straw will Show the' Way the. Wind Blows! Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ $ PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID $ Eyeiy anking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES l $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Use Us $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK "V $ $ TF you have Jm 1 v, KABO -- Tha Ur Modd CORSET money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly .what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. ' You'll get up-tdate style,' fir, comor vto spend your Stylo COM is an average figure cortet. made of corded batUtn. Finished at top with lilk embroidery trim. Has a rubber Bore in bottom of back section. Jlasvety low butt and lona skirt. Is very llclitly boned. HasOJirlnch front clasp. Hack wires have leal licr bone at bottom. 1 las it hreo pairs of suppoiters. Sizes, 20 to 32. fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made any price. worth what you pay at for you to wear. It is ) Getting Results In Woodford. It contains neither Opium, JHorphlno nor other Unrcotlo "In Woodford county wo are getting Is lts.guaranteo. It destroys "Worms acmibstance. Its afro great results by the nnd allays Fevcrishnoss. Tor inoro than thirty years it tivities of the Farmers' Union, tho Y. lias been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, M. C. A. and the county demonstrator riatuleuoy, "Wind Colic, nil Teething Troubles, and or export. They are DlarrhoMi. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bpwels, Department of Agri"Tho Federal assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. culture has many lines ot work which Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. thoy wnnt to trnnsmlt to tho state itate agricultural colleges, towards colleges and through them to tho peo educational work foi ple, such as extermination of hog I the uenetlt of tho fanner. Mr. Cam-do- cholera, boys' corn club work and tho has unbounded faith In the future girls'. canning clubs, tho establishing Bears the Signature of of Kentucky us an agricultural aud of d,alry experts, cattle feeding exhorticultural state. perts, expert horticulturists for tho applo and other fruit Industries and Faith In State's Future. In discussing his visit to tho de- others. Country School Problem. partment and Its result, Senator Camden said: "AnotLr and most important part ''This Is tho first opportunity I have-hu- of tho wirk ot holping rural communiwhora 1 could gd into certain de- ties Is the problem of education In tho tails, with any degree ot leisure, with country bcIiooIb. Tho State University the Agricultural Department. You and tho two Normal schools of the know 1 have ulways felt that Ken- stato ure vitally Interested in thin Years For In tucky will be-- a great fanning stutu, problem. We must havo a real educaTHK OKNTAUN COMWNV. N rw VOHK CITV. tion that fits young men and women for tho activities ot life in tho coun. try, broadening their views ot life, arousing tholr love of the land itself and their appreciation of the opportunities ot country life, and fitting them to bo more tisoful citizens In a successful agricultural community. "It Is tho provlnco of tho Normal schools to train teachers who havo thcrfo broad visions ot the rural school as a most Important center of Our lint! of ,Couch Cnskets Inlluenco in tho upbuilding of every is unexcolli'ti community. ' lliiml-inndSchools Teach Practical Things. ?ofuii8 furnished "A good many of our country schooln llonrsu sqni to all parts of aro llttlo town schools In tho country. Anplv a cotton cloth wet with I B WtWSTwteKCTfSr Tho schools aro beginning more and BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMHN T tho County inoro to teach tho practical things of to nil wounds cuts, burs, sort's or life. Hoys' corn clubs and girls' can blisters, and nolo its wonderful by Wire Promptly Filled All ning nnd other clubs aro beginning to henlinc power. It is prompt and got hold of tho rural school problem very oiicciive. t'rico 250, 50c nnd focus tho attention ot tho teachand 51.00 por ixittle. Sold by ers nnd the child upon tho practical jotiu Koiims, urodhead, Ky. and valuablo things which may, be Phono 1U-MT. VERNON, KY Johnson N. Camden. dono as a part of tho cducutlon of that UNITED bTATKS DISTRICT and the character of her agriculture school. "I am very happy to say that I will dntcrmliie tho clmrnctcr and deCOURT velopment of 'her people. Come one was told that In this broad extension EASTERN DISTRICT OP KENTUCKY has well said that a people can not work In agriculture in tho stato of Kentucky, Into which wo nro Just be gr"ricr . than. their soil. In the matter of entering, tho Stato Normal "I gave tho barbecue lust summer now Buslvirk Rutlodge Lumber Chas. C. Davis to omphaolze a fact that our farmers schools aro vitally Interested, and IChas. C. Davis Oo. et al , Petitioners, did not, Jn my opinion, fully realize, that district agents who aro represenMt, Vernon Mt. Vernon and that Is In mining, manufacturing, tatives of this united extension work. VS. Bankruptcy. Ky. "I wns given to understand that Ky. and all prcductlvo enterprises, thai NoTlCK or SAI.K tho Stato Department of Agrlculturo the basic form of wealth Is In Itscli A. H. Hamlin Respondent about only half, or 50 per cent of the and other agricultural activities within tho Notice is hereby Riven that the problem Involved the other CO per goncral state are all joining In this moveuiont. undersigned, as IleceiveHn Bank- cent Is In orRanlzatlon, which really thirty-nin- e. Marketing of Farm Productt. means cooperation. ruptcy, will on AtiKiist nth l'Ji4, "Another and most Important line What Farmers Are Realizing. ut tlie residence of 13. P. Livesav "Granting that our soil would grade Of agricultural endeavor, In which 011 what is known as the old Dil No. 1 In ferllllty which In many both tho National Department of Agtill 9 riculture the stato are Intorested, lingham farm near Maretburg, eases It will ri3t do, but by Intelligent Is a now and but recently undertaken, lino and IndtutrlouB methods can be Rockcastle County, Kentucky, at made so as iye now BtnndIt with our tho Btudy of tho business sldo of cordially 10 o'clock a. m. pursuant to order Imperfcet system of soil education, farming and tho economic conditions surrounding the. farmer,- - which plays organization and we of sale made, and entered in the realizing- Cut about such an Important part in making his aro above styled action, olfer'at public farmers what oily are we half of entitled to from efforts successful. sell "No matter how good a business sale for cash in hand the following our efforts amV from our farms. "It was a beginning of u campaign man tho farmer might bo on his own described personal proporty: .farm, no matter how much scientific among our 2000 f'. (about) 3x4 to 2x8 oak cooperation. farmers of education nnd agrlculturo ho might know and prae foresaw then that tht sell do like lumber, 500 ft. about ix-- to 6 wonderful mine of Information anil tlcc, and how well ho might do his work,, there may bo, and ofton are, strips, chestnut, p.iplar, &c ; 1800 vitally valuablo facts, that our Fed- clrcurBtnnces outside do of his contioi at. about 1 inch chestuut, poplar eral Government had In store, would which' would still prevent him from bo beneficial to our own farmer not oak, etc.; 3200 ft. about Uevel unlosB thoy woro prepared to nvall making a success of his work. "For example, marketing conditions ' themselves of It collcctlvoly. poplar siding. may bo against him, nnd In this we "It wns necessary to. organize, to Abovo suitable for house pathavo one of tho big problems of coun establish team work among ourselves, try life Tho Department of tern. we, must trust one another If we arc to prosper further as a people and Agriculture, In tho last appropriation A. V. BAJJBAGE bill, received nn appropriation ol Receiver. advance the solidarity of Kentucky $200,000 for tho study and dlssemlnn Interests. tlon of knowledgo regarding the Agricultural Education. scientific marketing of tho products oi "To my mind. the first thing to do tho farm. 'cnrnmnTTriB'i iIihwhmh Is to FOR FLETCHER'S tho research work i ai Movement Deserves Support, at tho Stato University and Experi"Much might be said on the side I ment Station, at Lexington, and the of tho subject of tho organization o! two Normal schools, Eastern and farmers aud of tho communities gen Westorn, with tho Federal Depart- ernlly for Improvement ment of Agriculture, thereby Increas- social and economic of agricultural, conditions. ing efllclency by preventing the lose "With the united ofTort on the pari In labor and tl'mo. I am delighted tc of tho rural church, tho rural schoolt say that steps uro bolng takon to bring and Normnl colleges, tho College ol that about. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in Agrlculturo, tho Experiment Station, "Dut research work, cither by and tho United States Department of writing of her experience with Cardni, the woman's government or stato, would be of lit Agnuuuurro, mucn good can bo actonic. She says further: "Before I began to use tle valuo to the farmer unless some complished. Wo have undeveloped reCardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I way woro fourid to teach htm the sources and agricultural opportunithought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able things discovered by scientists In the ties In Kentucky, ns yet untouched. to dp any of my housework. After faking three bottles experiment stations, and hence we "Wo enn maintain tho highest type of Cardtti, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon liavo tho extension and. demonstra of civilization only by having a suc gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, tion work. cessful nnd prosperous agrlculturo. "I was told that the department hat One of tho as well as run a big water mill. most a great work along this line and that that I seo Is tho beneficial Influences I wish every suffering woman would give union of tho Interests It Is Its activity with of tho Fedoral Department of Agriculthe activity of a similar character In ture with our College Agriculture the stato agricultural cojleges, Con of tho Stato University, of with tho Nor-mgress has recently passed a bill nrtf Hotel Henry Watterson Bchools and other educational acvldlng for extension work tivities of tho stato, to give to tho LOUISVILLE, KY. In ngrleulture and homo economics, tc farmora and their fnmllles throughout bo cnrrlod on by be- the state The South't mod popultr priced, modern of Kentucky that degree of hotel. tween the Department of Agriculture service which thoy ought to A biotutelr have. ailuetrd In the at Washington and tho various Btate At tho prosent time very lirt ol the retell ehopping di.trlctend thoro ure twenty-tw- o a trial. I still use Cardul when I feel a little bad, neeralllheUtcetree. agricultural collogeB, and the Secrecounty agents, with an additional Flneil Cf (n Loultvllle, with moderate and it always does me good." tary of Agrlculturo has taken the Ihlrteon women county prlaet. 'y. agents In Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, very broad view that' this furnlshei girls' club work. Club Diralfeit from 23e up I noon dey Lunch 50c, table de hole Dinner, 6 to 8 p, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., arc sure signs of womanm $ ,00, Alto elaborate a la carta tervlce ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ; in Keataurant. Itathtltcllcr open from 4 p.m. to I a. m. If you mi in u cool draft who tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui Orchettra) and vocal mmlc. for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing When you vnwn a Rf'Od deal in you are heated and ge a itl i ec w;i women for more than fifty years. ROOM PRICES the daytime, feel dull, achey and or lame baolr, you will uo lot 1 in will oast th want to stretch froquentlv it is nn for something that With running wuter and on I AL- uuinislnkeublusymntom of malaria pain 'Fix your mfnd private lolUt $1 per day 161 and in. less you do something at. LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT nnd With private bath $1.50 u. ,... rlmi't hn inllrn1 inf .., up to $3.00 par day once you ore booked lor a spell of chills HERBlNElsa chiliined it is tho best pain relieving liniLarge sample raoma with private bath $2.50 l iiiiIMMITM icinn that will prevont or cure the ment you can get anywhere. Prii e la to $3.50 per day. disease It drives out the impur- 25c, 50c and $1.00 per botUo Sola BETHURUM & LEWIS You are cordially Invited to make thli ities on which tho malarial germ Oy; John Robins Broihead, Ky. Washington. a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Drops and Sntithinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. Paro-gorl- ti, GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAYS C&&XrffiQz&&te The Kind You Have Always Bought Over 30 Use U1HDISBTAKBR ti -- orders W. A. COX,l DRUGS My Phone No. is (3$) We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and o'clock p. m. run open shop You are welcome in our place at any time, during our shop hours. We don't want to you anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we to you what you want.. Let us show you. - CHAS. C DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. Children Ory CAS TO R A It Always Helps The Woman's Tonic ut t ", Get a Bottle Today! i' TaWlB8fa Price $3.00 SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH .,..:. .. Mjnui tatHjMtsaJz hotel your headquaiteu while in Louiaville. even II only for a day, Have your mail and packatei'addreiscd Jiere, You will alwayi be a welcome gueit, ROBERT B. JONES, Manager. thrives' strengthens tho liver and cleanses the bowois, Price Knc. Sold by John .Robins Brodheod, K-- Children Ory FLETCHER'S CASTOR. A FOR Attorneys at Law in Bothurum Will practice ia all b'u Offices Bldg. Cjurts. GASTQRIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S JC-