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Mount Vernon signal: August 14, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914081401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 14, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. c?srt Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. MT. VERNON, -- CS SfcfSk'jv nra 4M-i-' s8Mf h. S I i a al.'it; ' ? Established IQQ7 B52gr3wsst!jasissos',4C act Wi m (9L W ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY AlTG. 14. H. G- - y y "tv Mr 3filK3ZmESKK'"ft XUMBRR 42 1914 01 Owens, second; hore, over two and under three, j.w. Lowen, fust, Win . Arnold, second; horse, any no, Edgar Doty, first. D C Lane, second: model horse, re rardle.is of age or j.ex P Ray, first, Edgar Doty, second; running walkej, regardless of age or sex, Chint Lair, first, C DaviS. second; boy rider. RUhsel Niceley, first, j ley opai us, secoim; uouuie lkjiiii, regardless of sex, coior or ownership, must have three entries, F. J. Mink, firt.jack Hvsinger, sec-ouquick hitching race, J. W. Lowen, first, S. B. McKenzie, hor.-ebaclc ft nflflRAAfiAftnAfl AAnABiAAAMiKAAMa..A.. ::: ,r::' (lfO I iiu ' ' :? ?S2':2?2t??2:ss?;:ss::s2:2?2:s::ss:::it zz : ? I' il ' z :s: ? "" ? ?:?::??::??: :;::: : -- co 2 Sea. Is a U& 5?" ov e- JJ' m ;; 'm&& W& 'rt.'J J '3 Ik-nt-- CO" 6et d; tt9c. m..-.-L second; I IE AtiAU WooJ Clothes II THIRD DAY HARNESS AND SADDLE STOCK. uot imaginary troubles clothes made by the slow Many stout men have Stout men often have their tape-meas-u- re Harness mare or gelding, Chas. Dunn, first, Edgar Doty second, harness stallion, P. W. Ray and son; first. Chas. Saudidge, second; harness horse, regardless of age P. V. tiay and sen, first, or Edgar Doty, econd. Sl'KCiAL uIXOR. and Extraordinary ....;; oouaaaa j;zrrrrrTTT .wfli-33 ; "- kJ I t W& That are Unusual . s m a st ill ua a 3 ? - v ' ...c SJ . J .. --- 5 gj -- ' J.JO USl dj J6 i4 u 0 eta U ia otaoooffisaesjeaoocsoooe5oasGOo8oobaaaBOocS-- u "a" Ml guarantee every article to he as we represent. 1 IIe,-e- . Best Jersey c iw, Geo. Woider-hol- d, proeos, not realizim that they could save dollars in money and lots of worry unci wait. -- Judge-- R G Williams fi st, W. L. Richards, second; pony race. Miss Edna Davis, Bontley Sparks, aud John Albright fiist. ($ gains is o. That somebody loses money is certain : Sometimes it is the mainiractures, again some bg retail concern, it when we say bar- We are well prepared to fit men of all sizes and shapes with the clothes that Clothcraft Clothes ii, because they are correctly designed wear because they are right in quality of materials and cost Jess because they are tailored by scientific methods that increase eiiicieucy. The season's newest creations in Clothcraft priced $10 to $20. are here From Cincinnati Tunes Star ' 'Because of his perpetual warfare against lawbreakers and his success in landing tlietn behin.t the bars, Commonwealth Attorney7 Richard G. Williams of ICerion county h s achieved the distinction of being the most feared ofiic:al, so far as lawbreakers are concerned, in this part of the country. A "lancu at the records of the term which began October 3, last year, and ended at the close of court several weeks ago. shows that Williams secured 122 conviction and these carry nearly every crime in the catalogue from murder down to laiceny One of the most interesting of the cases was the joint murder charge against Louis Morehead and Henry Landrum, Erlanger youths who killed James Litton, a railroad cook, in order to rob him. Each of to life in the penitentiary. The report these meu received a sentence where railroad comof William's work includes convictions in law violations. Thru the efforts of Wil panies were charged with Hams the county has become comparatively free of ciime." ca-e- SADDLE CLASS. Saddle mare or gelding, Chas Dunn, first, Edgar Doty, second; saddle stallion, P. W. Ray and son, first, C. T. Saudidge. second; saddle horse, regardless of age or sex, P. W. Rav and sou, first, Chas. Dunn, second. FANCY TURNOUT. and at times we sacrifice our profit. Our eustom- ers reap the Lenilit no mat ter who lose. We cannot too strongly Edgar Doty and Miss Irene Satterfield, first, F. L- - Thompson and Miss Tea Fish, second. ROADSTER KINGS. Crawford,' ist. Jellie.s apple, ll Thompson, lind; hore Mrs. Husack, 1st, Rosa Taylor, over two under three, Ohint Lear JACK. &.-McBE2nd; grape, Mrs. T. B Liir, ist.llst.J W. Hurdette. 1'nd;' horse M. J. Bethurtim, first. Mary Alcorn. 2nd; plum. Nannie mule any 3ge, John B rdette, 1st, JEnnett. Taylor, 1st, Mrs W. D. Livesay, Chint Lt.ar, 2nd; mule regardless M. J. Bethurtim, second. sweepstakes, T. J. 2nd; peach, Mis. W. A. B. Davis, of age or , RACES Mink, 1st, J. B, Livesay. 2nd. 0. Moore, 2nd. 1st, Mrs. J. First D ay quilt, Three gaited saddle ring, mare Handmade articles-cali- co Three minute trots, Oliver Mis E B. Brown, 1st. Mrs. Kate or gelding, vvalk, trot and canter, Combs, 2nd, Major, 2nd; caiico comfort, Mrs. P. .VI. Ray & Son. 1st. C. A. Da-.- Kinir, 1st. Wm. 3rd; plug horse A. Landrum, 1st, Alice Simp-- ; vis, 2nd; Rockcastle county rings, Forest Stepp. McKenzie, ist. John saddle mare race, S. B. son. 2nd; coverlet, Mrs. G C. saddle and harne-- s Mc Fish. 1st, Docia Kincer, 2nd; or gelding any age; C C. Davis, Fish, 2nd; mule race. E. L. H Harkleroad, counterpane, Mrs. Richard Al-- 1st, C. A. Davis, 2nd; saddle stall Kinney, ist, J. bright, 1st; worsted quilt, Alice ion. any age, C. A Davis, 1st, C. 2nd. Sfcond Day Simpson. 1st; b'anket, Mrs. Willie T. Sigmon, 2- d; harness mare Free for all trot, Forest Stepp 2nd; butter Reynolds. 1st. Mis. T. B Lair, 2nd or gelding any age; C. (3. Davis, The Mt. Vecnon Fair which Mrs. Gus , ist, Jim Marcum, 2nd, J. II. Pin-leclosed last Friday was all that the beans, Bettie Parson-- 1st; apples. door rug. Rebecca Cummins, 1st: ist, Jas. Lawrence, 2nd; harness 3rd; mule race, W. J. Association could asK or expect Ouie Silver, 1st. Mrs. T. N. Noe, knit yarn sox, Mrs. Sallie Coffey, stallion, any age, C. A. Davis 1st; 1st, and 2nd. and in some respects surpassed 2nd; peaches. W T. DeBord, 1st, 1st. Mrs D. Hysinger, 2nd; gen model "horse, regardless of age or Third Day the expectations of tht most op- - G. S. Cress, 2nd; pears, jarvis tlemen's gloves Mrs. Dock Hop sex, C C. Davis, 1st, Will HysingFree for all trot, Oliver King, 2ud: kins, 1st, Mrs. Gatie Coffey, 2nd; er, 2nd; combined horse regardtimistic supporters. The lloral Noe, 1st. Golden Jones, Fin-lewhite grapes, H. C. Jones 1st. ladies' gloves, Miss Georgia less of age or sex, C. C. Davis, ist 1st. Jesse Rogers, 2nd, J H. hall was a surprise to all it was 8rd; plug horse race, S. B. generally conceded that, that de- - Mrs. Sarah Coffev, 2nd; black Miller, ist, Margie Parsons. 2nd; C. A. Davis, 2nd; brood mare and W. M. Sowder, partment would necessarily fall grapes, Mrs. A. G. Lovell, 1st, table cloth. Mrs. J. E Thompson, family of three colts, Jack llysing McKei'zie, 1st, race, E. L McKinney, short as the result of the long Mrs. Sarah Coffey, 2nd; water ist. Mrs. T. B Lair, 2nd; silk em- er. 1st, J. W. Burdette, 2nd; 2nd; muleCloniz, 2nd. drouth. The horses numbering uiellon, Mr. Allison, 1st; musk-sixt- broidery, Mrs. Susie Miller, 1st, Special prizes by Woman's Club Ist, John or more, H.cluded some of mellon. Mrs Gus Staverson, 2nd; Mrs. I G.Taylor, Danville. 2nd; Best Product Map, J. W. 100 REWAKD $100 1st and 2nd Set of six the best in Kentucky, with such cantelope, Mrs. Gus Staverson, cotton embroidery, Mrs. Susie The readers of this paper will be noted horsemen as P. V. Kay, of 1st. O. Allison, 2nd; pumpkin, D. Millex. 1st, Mrs. C. C. Davis, 2nd; maps, J. V. Vanwinkle, 1st; map pleased to leaan that there is at Bowling Green, Edgar Doty, of A. Tallent, 1st, Burgess Hyiing-Richmon- silk quilt." Mrs. W. A Cox, it., of Kentucky, Mit Proctor, ist; least one dreaded disease that Bud and Charlie Dunn er, 2nd; squash, Bettie Parsons, Mrs. Mary Doan 2nd; crochet composition, Mrs Bettie Parsons, science has been able to cure in all of Madison, Jesse Rogers, Knox- - 1st. Mrs Booth Purcell, 2nd; cotton, Mrs. C. C. Davis, 1st, Mrs. 1st; set of letters, Ella May Coffey its stages, and that is Catarrh, only ville, Tenu , C. T. and Silas San- - cured tobacco, H. C. Jones, 1st, 1. G Taylor, 2nd; drawn work. lt; six buttonholes, Miss Mae Hall's Catarrh Cuie is the medpositive cure now known the did e, ot Somerset, handling Joe D. A. Tallent, 2nd; broom com, Mary Hackiey, 1st, Mrs. G. C. Hy.'inger, 1st. Hand made gar- ical fraternity. Catarrh being a Gib-on- 's horses, W. M. Combs, CTSigmon. 1st. Salie Norton, Fish. 2nd; battenburg, Mrs. Susie ment. Apron with pink ribbon, constitutional disease, requires a Hall's Shepheidsvil'e, J. W. Lowen. of 2nd; sugarcane, T. B. Lair, 1st, Miller. 1st and 2nd; pin cushion, ist; night gown with crochet yoke, constitutisnal treatment. e, 2nd; millet, C. T. Mrs. I G. Taylor. Danville, 1st, 2nd handmade household article -- Catarrh Lure is tauen iDiernitny, Madison, J. W. Par.-ouot Madison. E C. La-ol Lancaster, Oliver Sigmon, 1st, H. C Jones, 2nd; Mrs. C C. Dayi-- -, 2nd; sofa pillow, wood, Bernard Franklin, ist. acting directly upon the blood and Forest Stepp, mucous surfaces of the system, King, Jim Marcum and T. H.Fin-- 1 timothyW. C. Dowell, 1st. Vules Mrs. W. J. Spark s, 1st, Mrs. I. Ktrr Glass Mfg Co , entry, Miss thereby destroyii-the foundation ley, of Sweet Water, Tenn. Ev- - Dowell, 2nd; clover, Geo Weider-er- y G. Taylor, of Danville, 2nd, chair Clde Watson, ist; fruit canned of the diseaes, and giving tee paone who visited the Mt Ver- - hold, 1st, Gus Staverson, 2nd; cushion. Mrs. I. G. Taylor, ot in Kerr jars, Bettie Parsons, 1st, tient strength by building up the White cake Mrs. T C Omara, Danville, 1st, Mrs. T. B. Lair. T. BLair, 2. d. . 1011st tution and assisting nature nou Fair was pleased and pro- . The proprie in doing its work shown to be 1st, Ina Lewis 2nd; cake of any-,,- ,. out flowers, Mrs R. B nounced the horses SECOND DAY tors have so much faith in its cura equal to those see 1 at any country kiud, Mrs. Jas. Lawrence, 1st, Mullins, ist, Mrs. Sarah Coffey, tive powers that they otter One Cattle. fair in the state. Every thing Mrs. J. C. Mojre, 2nd; marble . Hndred Dollars lor any case that Bull calf, under one year, J. J. it fails to cl-r1st; comb, Send lor list of Miscellaneous honey .else in proportion and a genuine cake. Mrs. J. C. Moore, universal verdict. Golden cake, Mrs. T. B. Lair 1st; Mrs. Sarah Coffey, 1st, Walter Smith, first.bullcalf, over one and testimonials. good fair is the Address- - F. J. Cheney & Co., The following are the premium black cake, Mrs. J. C. Moore, 1st, Helton, 2nd; cake butter, W. G under two, J.W. Dillingham, first; Louise Hysinger, 2nd; cocoanut Hysinger, 1st, Mrs. T, B. Lair, bull calf, any age, J. J. Smith, Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Drug awards: gists, cake, Mrs. J. C. Moore, ist, Mrs 2nd; Sweet pickels any kind, Mrs first, J. J. Dillingham, second; Take 75cFIRST DAY. Hall's Family Pills for Wheat, Gus Staverson, 1st, T. B. Lair, 2nd; marshmellow John Crawford, 1st and 2nd; cu- heifer calf, under one year. G. C. Dowell, second; George Weiderholdr 2nd; white cake, Carrie Hysinger, 1st; cara cumber pickels, John Crawford, Fish, first, Elmer nifrfc over one and under C. Moore, 1st; 1st and 2nd. Poultry bl lck heifer calf, corn, Jarvis Noe, 1st, Golden mel cake, Mrs. J Mm w5l W. G. H singer, first, Wm. Jones, 2nd; yellow corn, G. O. chocolate cake, Mrs. J. C. Moore minorca, F. Allison, ist; white two, aSPF ' leghorn, T. B. Lair; buff coch- Bullock, second; cow. any age, Fish, 1st, H C. Tones. 2nd; rye, 1st. corn ins, Joe Norton; R. I. reds, Mrs. Jim Arnold, first, W.. M. Hv Breads Old fashioned Burgess Hysinger, ist; beans, J. Hiatt, 1st; biscuit, R. B. Mullins, ist, Burgess singer, second. pone, Galathia H. Coffey, 1st. Mrs. Gus StaverW. J. Sparks, ist; salt risiug 2nd; pair chickens, any HORSES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES. son, 2nd; sweet potatoes, J. E Mrs. Margia Parsons, 1st; yeast breed, Mrs. R B Mullins, ist. Mare colt, under one year, J. Hunt, 1st, Mrs. Bostic, 2nd; Irish bread, Q B. Livesay, first, Jack Hysinger, 1st, bread, Mrs. Gus Staverson, ist Mules mare, under one, J. C. BETTER DON A potatoes, Mrs. D. A. Tallent, I w m finwder. 2nd: Onions, C. and 2nd. Preserves, qt peach, Bullen. ist, Gus Staverson, 2nd; second; mare colt," over one and 2nd; John Crawford, ist, Mrs. John Mare mule, over one under tuo, under two, E C. Lane, first. Jesse T. Sigrcon, 1st, T B. Lair, pear, Mrs. John J. H. Thompson, 1st, T. B. Mink, Mink, second; mare colt, over two turnips, Margie Parsons, 1st, Crawford, 2nd; 1st; tomato, Mrs. John 2nd; mare mule over two under and under three, Chas Dunn, first, EVERY STYLE OR SHAPE HERE Margie Parsons, 2nd; tomatoes, Cummins; Crawford, 1st; apple, Mrs. James three, Gus Staverson, Ls, J. C. W. G. Hysinger, second; mare, J. S. McClure 1st; beets C. T. Lawrence, 1st, Louise Hysinger, Bullen, 2nd; mare mule any Pge, any age, Edgar Doty, first. E C. J. F1SH-Sigmon, 1st, Willie Kirby 2nd; quince, Mrs. John Cummins, iT. J. Mink, ist, Walter Gillian-- Lan,e, second; brood mare and 2nd; borne dried apples, Mrs. T. N. ' ,XSVl.AiiwV7A2w Vn. This I Ro1st, Mrs. T. B. Lair. 2nd; cherry, 2nd; horse mule under one, Gus suckling colt, Henry Mink, first, I Noe, 1st; Cucumbers, Miss Charley Burton, ist, Mrs. J. C. Staverson, ist; hor.se mule over J. B. Levisay, second; horse colt, berta Purcell, 1st, G. C. Cress, 2nd; strawberry, Hiatt one under two, Bill Arnold, 1st, J. I under one, Henry Mink, first, ,2nd; cabbage, J. H. Coffey, 1st, Moore, Roadster mare or gelding, C. T. Sandidge, first, Chas. Dun 2nd; roadster stallion, any age, P. W. Ray and son, first, C. T. Sandidge, mule second. emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money. Our prices average 25 to 50 per cent BELOW )) vM SUTTON E REGULAR Bargains i PRICES st-x- MtvVernon, Ky Sensational 1. MT. VERNON FAIR A GRAND SUCCESS. I im i Shoe , Clothing, Diy vrrr a l rr rr n c c Hats, Hardware and 1 -- i -- e Sv ; : Furniture Just reeeivod a nw car ol the OhllMiahle, hot of all 1 1 - y, American Fence at lower prices than ever sold for in Rockcastle County. Now is the time to buy your Fence. I y, y Van-winkl- e, s argai EC1AL d, oes pro-pos- e s. Only a few days ago a lug Shoe House in 'IVedo, Ohio, failed their entire stock was sold liy order of the Courts. We were fortunate enough to get about 4.000 pairs of Men's, Ladies", Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes and Oxfords that come from the Lest manufacturers in the Wc AT OUR OWN" IMJICE. whole country to allow our customers to reap the benefits of this remarkable'purchase . We shall turn them loose for spot cash only 2-d- e. Our prjees all through our big line will open your eyes. Weaie practical Ketail men. We know BARGAINS are what you want and, By George, we are going to se3 that you get 'em . ....3cacaf;2s;;;j;;5s;s5j;5:j;::::; ...... ..... ?!::r:Zi!!Zt Oa. NOW GET BUSY. ..I;;?;!!!.".?"" . ilL. U. G. - OS m Swann Straw Hat & -- SON , Ttr-.-- t. )9lf Rockcastle's Biggest m Store aaWwwwwww 09 1 3ICT3 ON PAPER iiiWWIWWM ta. fsir which wlll 111 session this week be Friday, Aug. i4. 1914 S. C Franklin, the L. & N watch Inspector of Mt Wriiou, Published every Friday by was here Tuesday The. Biolr EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. School Convention held at the Christian church here Sundav, $I.CQ was a grand success. C C D. UBSCRIPTION ONK YRAR vis, the Mt Vernon Drug is, was rates made knovni on litre bunday to attjna tiio con Advertising vention. Ben Thomas was called application t Brush Creek Tuesday on account of the serious illness ol hi MEMBKROF . Mrs. Ed Quinn and KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION brother of Paris, after a children, visit with her parents, hae returned home L. G. Falin is off on a vacation and will some of the count)- fairs whih away F L. Thompson, the bus few-day- s at-en- 5Kfii5CfiAl"M umSm IYII. notlel ther" e VrtfNON OIUINAL Lf lllB Brodheild the three dr.ys J. Mort Rothwell Is Shot To Death Former Brilliant Attorney Killed By Dud Shelton In Altercation At Crab Orchard Saturday. From Iuieiior-Journa- church. The remains were taken to anca ter wheie they interred iu tbe Lancaster ceim tery on Sunday, nil ler the an:.iceS of tbe 1 Knight Tenip'ars. The human min . f irly needs in contemplation the resnl-of tne great world trige.i ov Doing enacted in Europe. A claoh of m""ns, in 'o terrific s a mm. m xXmsmEMzmmtifuninWk v Yk i and appalling in ps comequences l """"ZZTl 3f?3Fgffi7 Men and Engine Owners aKm3Hr Mort Rothwell, a few. years ban anv recorded on tbe pages of L. J. e-FT go, one of the most prominent and che world's history now appears ffl Makes money so fast that V II R?sJP7 there'll be no more idle days 'nllianf attorneys of the bar of inevitable. "..' "' f HSVW after you've put in this greatest t33 i this pait of tbe state. hs home The genius of statesmanship 3 little flour m.ll over built. Makes high as 50 bbls. finest k&& milling mill for everybody around WmM bSV flour a dav. Do lien being ut Lancaster, was ?hut and the education and enlighten H T.1.1n.-- i U X 3. M? you. They all use flour. And with this vonderful little md almost instantly killed at Crab inent of twenty centuries of Christ0 Egi 6JVi Orchard Satmdsy. shortly before ian civilization look d wn the ages Other Furniture and pga Interior Woodwork noon by a young man named Dud npjii the present turmoil on the g ROLLER FLOUR MILL i.im hjfivii You can quickly build up a bit: payincr flour trade riglit in your own mill1 ....j p Shelton, a son of George Sheltcn, uat... H.;....i.,,..n,.u, ii"U Uiiaiciu Litiiiiauiicic Hiui rrunity. It's the crowmntr achi- anient of the great FnKlh GE succea that's revolutionized them.H- j? 55jSA invuntor.Tattersall. A li lgsalesman, was with our nur a well known fa'mer ol the Flat sorrow, etboth seem powvrles-- s XJisM; x in; business. A complete rolh r ncur ra.i in one siaau Fair bus be chants Monday. Charlie Mu lin ' Licic seotion, east of Crab Orchard. 10 pieveuta universal holocau t. The Mt. Vornon em m srfl or cnii mfui and little ixsrer to make n & ma ps come a part of history. It was a of Mullins Station, another good Stories of tbe unfo'tunate alfait "A Etarrel o Better Flour Cheaper The suddenness of this greit fl tbe l.einniug, and s iles man, was here Monday -- difftr, and tbe real facts iu tbe case var -- onllar-Uinn '?$kvt'5lft. much ch. sper than th lartst null. Grinds rjeandbuck' success from is the first and r WGHBEns' w btat, too. Any one canopnateit. l&Z&CMk. AY ' t. each year sees it getting stronger Dr. V. T. Ainyx was in Lo; don may not he known until the tiia most am ing feature or the sit u No Previous Killing Experience Necessary 34 TtrHtnrp t!i nricMr.nl beauty no matter . .. on .'idauirwi who -Those aiiUKec and more popular. Uuta ...? it's a Tuesday.--Living-iscraichtd STDrE' was we of tbe outaful slayer is held itiou to the American peoplo. SJ! how badly ami vanusn or soiled in one E money lia.-- Kuarjnte, Wrlttr!F comuinca wood stain 11 present at its represented Xou enotl'inir tori;- - begot it aud were Jut when that w be is noi The prime teason of the trouble 1 Comes in IX Natural lYood colors. White. at the Mt. Vernon tatmu to All Sizes. t Gddand Silver Enamel. while the birth, greatly rejoice. known, for, after the shooting, he is hai to find, but sufiic ent S' this were As there Fair rl Made and guaranteed by 2ijp;f2SiA many who have attended and nelp many attended from this plsc and has not yet been appreHI Xv lrA i thru the nreis dis v ..... " an r. tl:- - it CO. ? ed sustain it, are proud ol its we will not try to mention their hended, although -- vX oeu'aior iuisxrceuuu& it is believed patches from the seat of turmoil i PEASLEE-GAULBER- T xN V . i"1 4 T err- -, jif - tntlTm I 14 growth. It i backed by men who 11 mes Atiy. John W. Brown 1b.1t he will surrender and stand indicate that elt agraiidi.ement d Louisville, Ky. Sl" i telancr i? l r T development of Ml wn ft ersareuyuiK ...:U believe in the "VS4J'XS! on the part of more than one of and Editor Albright, of Mt. Ver- trial. hat you.yourseix. Rockcastle; the men who are non, According to tbe story told by a great powers is one of tbe under attended the. Convention MILL lighting for her advancement in here Sunday J. E Woodall. of number of men who were iu Crab lying causes. One of said empires :?ir CO.. Inc. L S17TrastBlij. Ky. 0tEibro. ij. every way, and it isencoumged by London, who sells as many gro Orchard at the time, Rothwell and has been walking, riding and float those who thin'c that a competi ceries as the next man on the the father of young Shelton, were ing arsval for past 4o years seekffrw ; iwraWy H t iV?1.-of our stock will live exhibition road, was with our merchants engaged in an altercation over a ing a flight. That nation (Gerj ii greatly improve it. To those who Tuesday. Mrs. m i Martha Wells case in which both had been inter many) has brought on this troble offered special premiums; to the and daughfr. Miss in Judge Magee's court at but the outcome will no doubt ben Docia. of ested officers who w.rked so faithfully YOURSELF Conover Cincinnati, are visiting relatives Crab Orchard. Jusi what the great disappointment to that warfor its success; to those who pre- here. merits of their contention were, ring country. While Germany is From Dirt, Dusl and Drudgery w pared and exhibited their stock; is uot known, but it is said lhat a great and mighty nation, she W. II. Fish, one of Mt Vernon's by $ MT. VERNON, KY, using a to the County Officials who pre leading ; was here Sun- the lie was passed between Shel has simply pusht heisell into tbe merchants ,7.Ps&ffjOJ?J ltd Fron tRooms over Baker's Store U. served the peace: to those who ton and Rothwell, and that Roth fray which will be the cause of the ,K 49-Phone day to attend tbe Convention -entertained the visitors within our Leonaid Woodall, of this place is well slapped Shelton. The latter's dismemberment of the empire. Ccmbi.it '.io.! Pneumatic Sveeper ' ill " gates; to the good ladies who made ysM x foreman on the Pittsburg section son, Dud, was standing near and Germany's ambition and greed 5--n from the strain of movRelease (rem btoom diudgtry IJ possible the "rest tent"; to people for a few days. U-I' My f ing and lifting furmtutc and from the dangerous scattering W.M. Bullock, of saw what was taking place. He will prove her undoing. The map ?rc. i' attended and of the rou .ty who of dust and germs that are raised by the use of the broom Lebanon Junction, is working is said to have instanty drawn his of Europe will undergo a mighty and the old fahioned carpet sweeper, can be attained by helped to buill it up, the Associa pistol and fired, the bullets pene- change before another twelve theuof the Dunt.cy Combination Pneumatic heart-- 1 second trick here copying. A plat-to buy Spectacles and FOUND, the tion tenders its .., -- ..,1 .1 : Sweeper, which, Jthough easily operated by hand. . tlmln r..r i:i. j trating Kothwell's abdomen. One months rolls around. . luc ls rensiieu f... i and F.yeglassep for $1.50 and up. ('.old' creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt felt thanks. The sun shines report, is that Rothwell went for and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same Silver and Aluminum Frames. I.ar ROCKCASTLE by the best of men, and what we his own gun first. and brighter on OLD time the revolving brush picks up all lint, pins, threads, tint the selection in town. Eyes tcstci. are going to nan ate is claimed tjest ravelings, etc is now and the star ol success I Five. Years of experience by one of the parties to be the young man tired when he saw THE OUHTLEY SWEEPERS are made in three sizes and sold Mt. Vernon pointing toward the under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt-le- y For Infants and Children, truth. So here goes the stor : Rothwell make the move toward C. AND OPTICIAN. hVir Ground tor the good year of in your own home for 10 days Free of Charge. his. At any rate, one of the The Kind You Have Always Bought JUWKUvR It seems from what we can learn 3 9 lo. COX DfSOE. STORE For more detailed information write TOO Y to have broken that our two friends. W. M. Hicks bullets is sai Bears The 30th anniversary edmon and James Simms had been talk- Rolhwell's right arm, which fell Signature of the Louisville Evening Post, ing to the same widow and there by his side, and the bullets which Duntlai Pneu .iatic Sweeper Co 10th vas lull of valuable was a certain day set to settle the followed penetrated a vital spot in August CHICAGO 6501 S. State Street matter in historical and business matter as to the oue that should the abdomen. Chief of Police Sam Ramsey, of mi progress of the Falls City. The quit; so they met and sat behind MilEgry'Jg ;impirri-r,- ,i on and is closed doors in a special room for Crab Orchard, was not far off ill VL'-,- . , Post has a big circulat $ (, LlAZStlWJ i ft,, one of Louisville s leading news- four days and positively refused when the shooting took place, and SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION M-Jzspapers which has done much valu to take food or water, and all ap he rushed toward Shelton at once - fr I'j'.fc. ujgFzrstop the affray, wie-- t able service in the upbuilding ol peals of their friends failed to make seeking to its home city and state. any change in the situation. They the p:stol from him aud place him a I j claim that they are casting lots under arrest. Before be could be w T77Cw Up here in the mountains it is to see which will however, Shelton be the lucky overpowered, believed that President Wilson man, and up to the preent no fired one more shot, and this 'Mount Vernon Monumental carry our country safely thru decision has baen reached. A broke the right leg of the officer, will tbe troublous times uotwithsland runner came the other day and below the knee, shattering both Ail K lcVJW51 will be vigorous and healthy if you ing the rank opposition of Marse informed Simms 'tnat the cattle bones, and causing him to drop to keep the sow in condition with Round Henry Waiterson whom for mere- had broken into his corn I Round the ground. Shelton then made but Trip "t Animal r Iv'WIVJWiVSiB fl ly personal reasons, would wel- Simms wae yet unmoved and re hU escape. Some of Shelton's . ri'Regulator 'ViDteALEU in M:iil)los and i President's plied, come a failure of the y SSc, COc. $1.00; 25 lb. pail $3.00 what was a crop of corn in friends say that the shooting of Mmimncnts of i xranit efforts to steer the ship of state comparison to the subject in was entirely an acAn indispensable tonic before SPECIAL TRAIN hand. tbe marshal .Estimates t'urnislu'd kmds. and after farrowing. Increases iuto a safe harbor. cident and t at the young man Hicks has quit his mill a' d refues milk, improves digestion and the 1 Leaves u jippLication. general condition of the little your head" lo return home. J. D. Catlin, oi was still shooting at Rothwell, THE "don't lose pigs. The best disease preB proclamation to all Americans, by Lebanon, was here Sunday to see and that under the excitement, he ventive. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. CxVA). OW15NS Propr on the subject his son, J. W. Catlin. Miss An- either became wild in his fire or Refuse substitutes; insist on President Wiilson, "Jw' ''J" pyrwyg riMHifilHfl'ffirTym'TW lhat Ramsey Pou Pratts. nie Baker, of Mt Verunon, is vis-iti- n ehe, not realizing of the givat war now in progre.-s-. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back an officer, thought tnat be was relatives here this week. shows the greatness of the man Get Pratts Stock Book coming to Roihwell's He is to our country to day what Next Saturday 15th Kev. John Whether Rothwell Had pulled -Bv m Lincoln was in Ins diy. M. Macmillan will couduct a his pistol or uot at the tune young X3PJL general public meeting, during mi L 1 IT is goiiift to tie a difficult matbeg.in shooting, is a 1 HUMMER and EMBALMEE si to organize, a Shelton which he hopes ter with thf Democrats to choose Some s ty he had mooted point. Chri.fi n Workers Training n between Stanley and Camden for and some say be had not At any Class " a candidate for Governor. Both rate, Kothwell's pistol fell on the v. Tl is Trill e ourely m? good men, and judication mighty ground near him when he dropp$ is hoped all christian and It has the only real continuous are they both will offer for the and evi people will be associated with it. ed, mortally wounded, door opening. of governorship. honois he had it out Hoops made of tested steel. The ibjeet in view is to train be deuce as to whether Shelton attacked Hoops can be adjusted from ladhevers, in the art of successful when young I JScJ:g-&?'ai:-.yMSy'LI VIA'Us.TON. der front door frame. him, or not, is conflicting. & Christian endeavor, beginning Doors made of California RediSr.pjnford, K? 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 give us Fair at Mt. Veinon. and ue ware Bible study -- our watchword will Shelton left town and has not lowest freight from mills to factory, and from facyTr:vHrTir''?T rrrmpvT money by a belltr tory to you. reliably informed the other day be "Efficiency". Time of meet been seen since. Sheriff Weather writing us Gitfor catalogSilo and Sure and prices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. s that on the strength of that visit ing 7:3o at the Presbyterian ford, of Lincoln county, and Chief, (Incorporated) B. D. Carter, with De of Police IKBtttttE .0.SUIl0flF. Mr. Maret had asked for half col church. Presbyterian Sunday Good paint guarantees 3'our house against Signal. ;Ve had school lo a. m. Mr. John. Wal puty Sheriff, W. S. Drye, went to umn in the the scene at once afterward to tbe decay, just as good insurance guarantees hoped to have escaped the sight ton, Supt. Shelton, a few home of the elder of our friend, but we learned difPreaching Service- - 1 1 a. m. you against loss by fire. "Any old" paint 1 he ferent. While we never enjoyed Rev. John M. Macmillan. miles east of Crab Orchard is no more safe than "any old" insurance. had not shown up at our selves belter in life, yet. there Come and enjoy the worship of young man You want sound insurance and is always something to mar our God and help us sing the good old home, but his father and brothers were there, and the father assur pleasures, which we will explain hymns from the new books. ed tbe officers that if the young later. man could be located, he 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 given protection, of which he was Vernon. Mrs. T. J. Niceley was If you know about paint, look at the and bladrer troubles, removing amply assured. Friends of the Trying to succeed in business Sunday. visiting relatives here without advertising is like the grauel, cures diabets, weak and young man say that he will prob formula on every can of Green Seal. It eMiss Lyda Cook has returned to all irregularities 'MJi Ah A case of the man who, trying to of tbe kidneys ably come in as soon as the excitesmooth, is the perfect formula for a Cincinnati where she is stndying cut expenses, divorced his wife ard in boty men and women. and alone, attempted to keep the Millinery business. W. A. Regulates bladder troubles in ment wears off, for they believe elastic, durable paint. house and rabe his children. has an excellent chance to eshe Warren js putting new fences It cost him more money for children. If not sold by your tablish a good defense. around the Railroad parks here. doctor bills and funeral exdruggist, will be sent by mail on FOR SALE BY Mr. Rothwell, the slain man, Mr. and Mrs Fred Owens, of receipt of 1.00. One small penses in a year than he gave bottle was the only surviving son of Mr. I his wife in a lifetime. Ivory Dale, Ohio, are visiting in two months trtatment, nd sel- Sam Rothwell. With his aged C, relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. When advertising is dom tails to perfect a cure. Send father he has made his home near E. Elford, of Danville, Ky.,are divorced; business sucfor testimonials from his and other Crab Orchard for some time, havwith relatives here. Mrs. Eiford cess becomes failure. i --i tm states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 ing been in bad health for the ' C. is a daughter of Henry Burton, TRADE MORAL Joan of Arc Olive street, St. Louis, AIo. Sold past seveial ears. Before this, This paper is building your ATTORNEY-AT-LAwho for n.any years was a citizen Constipation is the srartiug was the only woman on earh by Druggist. neighbor's business. He has practiced law at Lancaster he had ; n mnnv acuuua dtseisns. t'i our ittle town. Miss Marie MT. VERNON. KY. reasons. He tried advertising able to resist a bargai.i adverthe bowels Jr"iVi:'Hi. where he had built up a good pracBlanford. of Louisville, is visiting - On 2rd. floor fo and it helped hta. It is not HERBINH nctSe and tisement and she's dead. If Trif. UnnV nt'Mt. Vernon. on Church' tice and was highly regarded. He h;r cousin, Miss Ella Mae Blanan experiment this paper in FOR FLETCHER'S TvilLTemove all accumulations m was said to be an exceptionally you've got a bargain in some - . street. Special attention given brings results. Good, hard, ford. After three days of sight system thftIbo,veJS and put the convincing results dollar. bright and pleasing speaker, and . seeing and a real good time, the thing, advertise it to the worn - to collections. Price ,500. Sold prim .5onduion. Brodhead, Ky. very quick and keen of mind. He phoneNo.80. Fair is over and we Mt Vernon en folks in this paper. by Jhin Robins, FOR FLETCHER'S and a was a Knight Templar, juJge that every body is satisfied (Copjnnt, 1MB, by W. X. TJ J I member of the Presbyterian or at least they should be, but if I i Fni krfiltrnPii SSSeS5' r (' a mm - ii3 jJV c. " youx-ow- n I r- - id.get59 - SELF-CONTAIN- 1 -- ii-- .PEE .ifcftu iiii JsTi!?Q - r K Marvel com-j&S- .i - m 7 on 1 SB? SSii 31 . ..i.i r. fl-i- INC3RPOKATE.O p;iiLs - mui ( & 11 - 1 p.-.- t. .1 ? JOHN ROBINS Brodhead, ' ANGLO-AMERICA- N ?er- - yydDmy-P. H. Dentist isr3 ! J DIVORCE fTx C-ie- . ;2(apjy POUND! e feV8 ! 1 l f- -f Te' w -- I I - i CASTOR A J. MOORE 1 ofS ,- Agents Wanted i -- iys m--, V.-.- 4 'iJi mtm mm TJ CINCINNATI AND RETURN ,undav. AUb. imn j Spring Pigs -- i$1 .so S.50 f Manufacturer V JON CTION CITY 5:35 a. m ' I? S. C. DAVIS For Sale J.CJVieCLARY hVMimmmi&v &j i ! Jali lb r. a ViM f 1 ai . -- y " Speaking of the Divorce Evil Harma's Green Seal Paint M - J B. NOE iritps """""" Williams, Children Cry ver. vn IO-OFFI- CASTQRI Children Cry C A ST O R A ON PAPER JJ , 3xCT3 in i vrwsttw OficUfMMta ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky Aug. 14, 1914 Btown were guests of Att n ey and Mrs. E. It Gentry during the Katr' Dr. and Mr i J. The County Fair Season Better shoes for your money j.t Fish's. c Walter, Uh ev and Miss Mary Katherine Ba. h of London, have dp "No. 79" wnen wan to C o m m unl. been with relatives here durinsr SIGNAL cate with the week. CIvde Huffman Mr. and Mis. and little son of Paii. are with Mrs. Fishback a few days taking in the Fairs W. B. Myers and little daughter NASHWILl-R R. CO. LOUtSVILLC were with Lucille of Pineville, TIME TABLE. friends here last week and seeing: 4.rfl p m the Mt. Vernon Fair. 22 ucrto 79 79 &. 24 "23 norm 3:53 a m 21.19 21 south South Phone at 11:43 1 The man with the cash always Jas. Landrom, Agent. get the argains. No. 8. 1 am am LOCAL f.nterel at the Mt Vernon, b Ky. Postoffice fctcond-cias- I 1 twenty-seve- n years devotion to an aim, to a busishould establish ai.d support a fairj marked success in his work. uirgested that a and it should be a leal tairand uot Louisville Post. P E II S 0 N A L ness, to a principle, is a life-ti- me in this age of Here good roads meeting be held here a mere medium v. Weber was lorn in tbik lor the extnbuion 1 about Sepb niber 10th. to-d- ay store, and there of freaks and fakes and the exploi-tat-01- Couuty, a son of the late Win. Teed Payne of Sand Spring has ol catching penny schemes. Weber, druggist and a brother of One of the live boosters for the beeu seriously ill for some days. I success means money gained by sharp dealing, by de- It is possible in any county in Mrs S D Lewis. Paul Rayuit-- r of London, was Mt. Vernon Fair was 0. E. Mulhere Fndav. last, to attend the lins, the Withers giocery sales Kentucky to get together a crediyou-ca- n" ception, by "getting-wh- at prices, by little Mt. Vernon Fair -- "We workman. table display of livt stock, agricul- ed hard". Mrl C. C. Pavis, the fair. tricks to us are then proudly do we The Brodhe.id Fair is on and it ;s tural products and other suhstati' worthy Pro-ineMiss Helen ICoys is the guest "Yes", says tial features of an exhibition of ihe have not been successful 1t say to the world, the excellent Secretary, Will Fish of MUs Bernice Land ruin for the a good one. Fine ground , in fact kind. The question is lljeiely one ideal location, well ananged, big veek. "and our pay is in tlio pleasure of raising the required capita and if success means getting of knowing we have done some M rs Sarah R'ckels and grand- crowd plenty of good stock and a devoting the necessary tune and thing good for our county." It daughter Miss Anna Ferrel cf floral hall that is a marvel. Our energy to operating it in every transaction, giving You the enterprise. As a was a "hummer", said Billy are visiting relatives next isne will contain a full ac Cincinnati rule, the fairs that have failed are Poynter, to which Tom Kirby and for your hundred cents as much as another gets for here those which have been permitted Roy Beazly rjuirkly responded Pianos sold from factory 1o to degenerate. Unless a fair is a J. H. Christian of Detroit, his dollar, crowding the goodness into every crau'er-jiQk.- " that t whs "a We rare ba is here looking after the home, We have some Mich., going and growing institution the article if these things are you call success, gains in slightly used pianos and public js very likely to Jose inter- ' went some" said Jim Coffey, in big land deals. S. which John Parsons and John only to the then we point Mr. T. A. Lnndrum and daugh- organs. est in it find public approval and Helton claimed that she was Tha Starr Piano Co , ter Miss lulia are spending a few support are essential to success. f'kleen I uever By E J. Ford, Sa'esman, days in Louisville. The county fair that is well sus- saw a bette.t fair in the blue grass Danville, Ky tained is a factor the and of this store, was here Dr. M. Pennington for progress, ft ejaculated Reuben Mullins, "and Wednehday evening from Bertha Circuit Court Every one gives impetus and encouragement you naver will," spoke up Willis as well, for proof we should come to Circuit Court next to hutnau endeavor and is primarto see Mrs. C. C. Williams. "Right you are" said McKenzie. have achieved success Mrs. A. E. Hackley of Lincoln Monday and hear Judge B. J. ily valuable as an object lesson of Tom Niceley, to which A H. the results of intelligent toil. It Hamlin, Ed Cox, Victor Tate. county, was visiting the family of Bethurum instruct the Grand-Jurlas. last on the evils of pistol carrying, can and should be made a most Coleman West, "Trink" Richards her brother, James Maret, our advertisements. have something good bootlegging, vote felimg and the powerful forct for rural betterweek. aud Jog Matt Craig gave a hoarty on election day. His ment and rural prosperity. M. F. Craig, one of the good use of liquor to tell you every week. chorus of "Amen and Amen '' battle rv is enforce the law and splendid citizens of farmers and Bully boys", said Bill Bullock as fight either. Mrs. R. A. Sparks entertained the Quail sectiou is vety low with it is no sham " VVc Stand By What You Buy." daddy, I witnessed eveiy ring, One of th- - largest mineral land informally Wednesday evening, heartily approved the entiies, and typhoid. last, in honor of her guests from Mr. W. B. Myers and beautiful deals that has ever taken place in pronounced it the pride of my life Louisville. The following acceptlittle daughter, Lucille, were visi Kentucky is now being closed be- ed Mrs. Sparks art! the joy of my heart. " invitations. tors to our town la-- t week attend tween Detroit, Pennsylvania, and Messers W. L. Richards, Cbns bought the W. L. Richards English parties and Franklin Alli -& ing the fair. 4. C. Dais. Mesdames Benton, Hiatt property on West Main We r.TCLn son, this county, for 200,000 acres Mrs. John Fish of WilliamsScholtz, Satterdeld, Sparks, C. C. have not learned whether Mr. burg, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. B. ling in Rockcastle, Pulaski, Davis. Him, ftwi OH'S AlRichards intends to move there or JLEADIrlGJ CLPl Milvenzie and saw the big Mt. Laurel and Jackson counties, Misses Martha Sparks, Bess not. lison, who has "ground hogged" Vernon Fair. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. it in this coin.ty for past five years Sparks, Christine Davis, Edna Winners of prizes by members Mis. Alma Chapman anddaugh proves to be an old expert mining Davis, Sallye Reynolds, Margaret Thtluia. ot Newtonia. Mo , engineer and was on to the job. Welch, Pat Perkins, Jennie Mar- of the Rockcastle County "Can ning Clubs", whose articles were were with James Maret 's family Full particulars in a thre column row Miller, Verua Welch, Ruth on display at the Mt. Vernon Fair, d other relatives dining the fair ai article will appear at an early Lardruin, Viiginia Crawford, MUs Ruth Burton of Danville. date. More than $1, 000,000 will Blanche Crawford, Eugene Fish-bac- are as follows: ypyc2d&j&c&p Best exhibit as a whole, Miss has been the pleasant guest of be thrown into this county. Bessie Scholtz, GraceSatter-f- i 'Id, Irene Satterfield, Sidney Mary Proctor, Brodhead. Nicest Miss Rissie McFerron for a few DANCE Mi-- s Jennie Morrow Crawford, Margaret and best one dozen tomatoes, Miss days. She returned home yesterSparks Miller gave a beautiful impromptu Wildie. Best Messrs Leroy Satterdeld, David Addie Bnrdette, day. dance at the Rockcast'e Tuesday Craig, Lewis Miller, Chas. Thomp- book of tested tomatoe recipes, Miss Bitd Perkins, who has evening Those pre ent were son, Everette Mulhns. Ralph Miss Roberta Purcell, Mt. Vernon. been the guest ( f Mr. and Mis Ky5 R. A. Sparks, W. L. McKenzie, Wili Best chow chow and best catsup, Griffin, Robert W. G. McBee for a few days has Richards, S Sa'terfie'd, B J BeDavis, Mt Veraon. Best returned to her home in Crab Or thurum. I W. Brown,. C. West, Thompson, John Lnndrum, Wil- Miss Joe &. : A & A A Bur-dettFOR THE liam Scholtz, lliatt Crawford, canned tomatoes, Miss Addie chaid. CU.MFL.Ullt; L.1.NU ' Nicest ripe toma-trJMXJSJ&.9 MissJ. W. Rider, Wm. J Scholtz. WilJie. Bently Sparks. 0 Coffin Caskets and Robes KITCHEK Mr. and Mrs. Haverley, of Bed es Salle Reynolds, Margaret and preserves. Miss Sarah Hiatt, ford, Ir.d., came down ill .their Vurna Welch. Irene Sa'tcrfield, Mail, Telegraph or Te'.e- Best green tomatoe I ost. Strayed. Stolen or Mt. Vernon. Mt Ver Fan, Bess and Martha automobile to attend the Spirks, VlARRiKD? On Friday the last preserves, Miss Emma Davis, Mt. C. COOKING UTENSILS phone orders Promptly non fair. They were the guests Blanche Crawford, Ina McCoy, day ol the Mt. Vernon Fair. Will Veinon Neatest Cap and Apron of the best quality at very reason- U Filled of'MihS-Ol- a Banstl Mamie Baker, and Eugene Fish Owens, the ellicient Signal repor Miss Emma Davis, Mt. Vernon. able prices may be found here in v; : Leroy Satterfield, ter at Livingston, left that place Best display ot preserves, Misses Adelie Dupee and Aunes back. Me.-s-s Miss jreat assortment. Tlvo greatest f Ehcrht-art- , were the Louis Miller, Laudruii', to attend the county seats bi an- Sarah Hiatt. Mt. Vernon. Misses of care should always be exorcised John of London, Margaret and Eve ret te Mullins. Cec:l Reynolds. nual celebration of Misses guej-tHe was not by Elizabeth, Bertha and CleiGentn to keep all cooking utensils clean, Vert a Welch a few days last week John H. Williams, Vct r Tate, his lone self, and it is said to have picked and sold forty six do.en to ?nd for this purpose. Conn Brown, .Robert McKiiizie, been a loving couple. Franklin, matoes off their plots of tomatoes and attended the fair here Alluminum or Granate Chas. and Jamie Thompson. the L. & N. watch inspector, la3t Samrday. The display made Judge and Mrs. B .1. Bethurum is by all means the best. The cost have been with relatives here for Dr. Lovell and our old s'and met the train atsta'ion according by the Girl- - Canning Olubs added is a little greater at first, but it is the past few days, spending the by scribe J. M." argued an in- to agreement, but failed to find a great deal to the Flnul liall and always cheaper in the end to buy short vacation the Judge has be- sisted for a third of a century in Owens whom he had promised to the M t. Vernon Fair Association good ware at a fair price, than the fore opening court here next Mon- and out of season that Rockcastle protect during the day. It was Were very glad to have the disp.ay c'ne'ap bargain store kind at any is one of the richest counties in learned afterward that during the and take this means of thanking day . price Their day a foreign looking man applied each and every one who helpeJ Mis. George Reynolds of Cor-bi- minerals in the State. at County Clerk's office for a mar make the Floral Hall the best ever is visiting Atty. and Mrs. E. views, it appears, will soon be When the baby is suffering the riage license, but Mr. Bowman, shown iu Eastern Kentucky. double affliction of hot weather R. Gentry. Mr. Reynolds came demonstrated in addition to the ohn Hartwell, aged 4o, was ar- and bowtl disorders, the remedy Reynolds last immense stone interests which has the ever accommodating clerk, a down, with Mrs. man always on his job, having rested at Herrin, 111. last week for needed isMcGEE'S BABY ELIXFriday for the Big Mt. Vernon been developed to a large extent; in the undreamed of coal deposits posted himself on our county's the murder of Tom Williams, a IR. It reduces the feverish con Fair. underlying a big portiou of the declaration of neutrality in the coal miner, at East Bernstadt I2 dition, corrects the stomach and checks looseness of the bowels. ?nd Gordon Eversole John Pigg southern half of the county dis- great wars now on and believing years ago. Deputv Sheriff Her Price 25c and 50c p?r bottle. Sold of London, were down from Satur- cover d by an old expert mining the applicant was either a. German Scoville passed thru here by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. The former day until Monday. engineer who came here five years man, Austrian, Frenchman, or Monday with him on way to Lonwas the guest of Miss Sallye Rey It's better to wear Fish's 15. surely depend upon ago and literally "tootc 10 tne Servian refused to issue the pa- don jail. you can nolds and the latter the guest Special suits than to wish you.had wood, ana kept niinseit busy all pers The applicant disappeared. Missjennie Morrow Miller. in time of trouble is your bank acEvangelistic services will begin this time huntinc black diamond Many Livingston people aver that Sunday, Judge R. G. Williams who was deposits He foun'd them and bas il was Owens that wanted the per- at the Christian church Better to acquire a count called to Covington last week on SUcCeeded in purchasing something mit and. who was so well disguis- morning August 3oth, led by the big one by depositing you have an important business engage-- ' Hke i60(000 aCreS aod in turn seld ed he was not recognized by bis Rev. J. Ross Miller and assisted The Farm of the John W. MilMt-Vemobest friends or others. "He is by the pastor Rev. Geo. Tinsley. ler Estate whiwh will be sold on inent, returned Friday morning t0 au Eastern syndicate which in comes highly recom- Monday August 17, 1$14. will be Rav. Miller by Mrs. Williams poseSto develop this immense area sure some artist." You'll Find the necessity of thinking before mended from Christian Ministers sold Free from all mortgages liens and little son Riehird III. after building a railroad through paying a great Incentive to saving. When The wisdom of letters is for man at Hopkinsville, Danville, and dower interests. A fee simple Mrs. Mary Williams, who is the tract which is six miles in but yet I declare unto you that trdnble conies what you have been prevented and many other towns. deed will be made by the Trustee. has passed a width and more than forty miles very seriously ill. from frittering away will make a comfortable albeit man hath a larger vocabuRespectfully,The organization of a bank at comparatively good week and her long from a point in Pulaski, thru lary than woman he seldom hath balance . V F. Uhamp, Anville, Jackson county, has just so much better Rockcastle. Laurel and ackson condition seeming apportunitv to use it. of Trustee been completed and our townsman the family are very much encour- - It is proposed to put the road VY. Miller in bai liruptcy J obn R. B. Mullins is to be cashier. agsd and are much more hopeful thru from Nashville, Tenn., pass-olocated in the heart of thru Rockcas- Anville is ing near Somerset what the result may be. - He and Jackson and on to Elkhorn Tackson county which will soon Mesdames Schcltz and Satte-For Sale: Two thoroughbred y miles, a greater One application soothes and heals a rou ehX be reached by the new railroad Berkshire boars and one sow ApGrace and a distance 300 field Misses Irene, pimp!yiun,and,wbenrepeated.auiciave :ccts m a cure. Eczema. ErvsiDelas. Tetter. Ulcers and going out from EastBernstadt. ply to W. J. Sparks, Mt. VerHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Miss Bessie tion of which territory has hereto-Satterfield, all skin diseases yield to its curative properties. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES been without railroad facilties cue a do.t. ai au uruwsis. Mr. Mullins is a splendid business non, Ky. William Scholtz. of Louisville fore Send for free sample and hook. "Health and Beauty." Wool on Commission. Writs for price- JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAT CO., Rockcastle is right in the middle man and will make good at the 1730 Spring Garden St., Phlla., Pa. list mentioning this ad. have been the pleasant guests of head of such an institutotn. He the swim aud our land will yet Established 1837 A Sparks. for a of Mr. and Mrs. R. FOR FLETCHER'S JOHN WHITE & CO, LOUISVILLE.KY. flow with milk and honey in exwill move his family to Anville few days and attended the Mt. ceeding large quautities. about Oct. 1st. Vernon Fair. mail matter. Some automob leu braved the "Wilderness Road" and come to our Fair. W. L. Rose and T. B. Davis f The county fairs are in grogress Fullerton, Neb., with headquarters thruout Keutncky and the list of at Rockcastle Hotel, are busy in fair dates appearing daily 111 the the work of drowning maps and Courier-Journshow that the closing up the wcik of transf r if number is large something like 1 50,000 acres of In some respects this is not a mineral lands lying iu Southern ,N good year for county fairs The nnrtinn of t.hts f'nm.tv n.nH in Pit- - H drou h that has prevailed in many hihki, Laurel and Jackson cou ties portions of the State hat. nterler- DR. liARRY'WEBER. ed seriously with the products of farm and garden. Because of this A Louisville physician wlo is condition some of the fairs have popular with all classes of people bs.cn culled off and a low associa- - is Dr. Harry Weber. Dr. Weber lions have si'.sj ended operations studied in Knoxville, Tenn., but permanently. .Nevertheless the has practiced in this city, where lairs tiiat have ueen held so idrjhehasa host of friends. Dr. judging from the nevvspiper Weber is a nio.t agreeable gentlehave not been lacking either man personally, thorougnly well 111 attractions or attendance. posted in all matters pertaining to n the State his profession and has met with Every county al i , ;e-por- ts, A BUS llus year we celebrate Twenty-Seve- n CREED I our Twenty-Sevent- h Anniversary in ousiness, and during all that time our creed has been as fellows: years have we loaned this business our name twenty-seve- n years have we given it our devotiontwenty-seve- n years have we given it our knowledge and experience- years is not a long time I Twenty-Seve- n say it quickly! when you it has been BUT F " 1 to-morr- ow keeping' rt that, Big Sins, "we BUT Rule, out The Golden t. -- utmost what B not ont;-of-sjght'- ." THE CHARACTER, THE CONSCIENCE, PRINCIPLE AIM BUT TO ITS RECORD that We REPUTATION, y Watch sr n j kj.iia mf iKi 3: 3pcx t-- ;r, k, GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead Me-dam- e, e & 0 J f . r ' $3fr&&yr& Vrjy&&r?xr s 1 n, ! The Helping Hand most start what n- l NOTICE! The Bank of Bar-bourvill- e, - I The Bank Mt. Vernon f nor-Lero- etti ! A tlKhiasisKlHl Children ury FURS AND HIDES r wi if niiiiwuii'm lgHiMWEm.uu nt a J IN THE DISTRICT' COURT OF Trih UNErKD STATES oLAlUHuAwlutN j For '1 he Kastkrn UisTKicr ot Kfvtt'Pi . ") f?S! UNUU-UPLIAIIU- i, tae oppoitunity for also all of the work carried on under direct appropriations to the department. ft AHr W ffl "B 9 1. t John in In the matter of V Miu.ku. B.mcriipL 1111-11.011, v ,,i1, Bankruptcy . Farmers Realir'.ig ; I S if C-Drink this and be refreshed! I V " ' s- ., . , - a m Sip by sip here's pure enjoyment cool coni- fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. 3l L . DcnnnJ the pemii-i- e liy full name Nicknames cucourajc M'bat'tuti&n. " 1. v i S K &8 Whenever , THE COCA-COL- A COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. you see an Arrow think of Coca Cola 0r jjr WHEN YOU WANT G erser& i M ercnanaise I ptn frsislemsrH s CO TO JONAS McKENZIE THE $ LD EL! fiSLB $ UAXK I'KOI'UtS $ A Straw will Show the ! Way $ i $ the Wind Blows iHave you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ f there's a reason. $ SAFE AND SOLID $ Eyej anking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF KJCKCASTLE COUNTY Use Us $ PEOPLES $ RANK $ $ TF you have -- " KABO "The Utc Model CORSET Style COM is an average fifjurc corset, made of corded batiste. Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at a rubber gore in bottom of back section. Has very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has DVinch front clasp. Back wires have feaiherbone at bottom. Has three pairs of supporters. Sizes, 20 to 32. . 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 style, fir, comup-to-d- ate to spend your eight years, the total appropriation will amount to $4,.M),000 and that si! me amount will be appropriated CF LABOR MID TIME annually thereafter. "Under this arrangement there will be coming to the State of Kentucky to wit: appropriation, Horn this Smith-Leve- r Aimut, rHti acres land siluatcl Increase Efficiency By Coing Over approximately $154,103 per annum Fatn Piobtenr.s Together Kns m Koclvf.i.sLle County, K.y., n tiie which must be supplemented by Faith in the Future of KenSt;ito road ?., iji le east of Mt made by the state or tucky Help Rural Communities raised from contributions within the Vi'rm.n, and i? the same land con Inicufjli the Schools and Collet-istate, amounting to $144,10':, or a y (1 to the said John V. Millor of Liute. grand total of nearly $300,000 per an!y two (i) dw,K recorded in de d num. ti ok No. '21, piKt-- S"5. and rH't r Getting Results In Woodford. Washington. (Special) Hon. John-vconce s heiehy inoic to tlieseteeds Caimltiii, junior senat.j. "In Woodford county we are getting Lbe orders titid ivc rds in tnis cm' 11 s:u Kentucky, alter a visit to great results by the ac lor . more spcdlc debciiptio.i. .he Ueii.iri.iK.nt or Agriculture tli tivities of the Farmers' Union, the Y Also :tt tin Week, talked jl. C. A. and the county demonstrator m an inu time in d place n, a of the prohieins of th" or expert. They are jfl uillotlVr tor sale the v neKai ns.n ut.ictuiing plant coliM-tin- g "The Federal Department of Agriid :..m .uiu of uhai is Lv.i:ii Uv.ii a 5 hore gasoline enjrine, ;pp!r n his own btare, as well as by the culture has many lines of work which crusher and pi os-- , all comp'eto. a ..Gvei nan nt in connection with tlu they want to transmit to the state agricultural colleges, towaidb colleges and through them to the peol'.ot of la fin implements, pious, .taie educat.oiTal work toi ple, such as extermination of hog hoes, siws. ladders, and ab ut 6 .he hendit ot the tanner. Mr. Cam-!e- cholera, boys' corn club work and the j,'oi d empty whLskev barrels. A has unbounded taith in the tutuie girls' canning clubs, the establishing lot ot lumber and cord wood ot Kentucky as an agricultural and of dairy experts, cattle feeding exTile land mentioned above is to horticultural state. perts, expei t horticulturists for the ho sild tree of all lions and mortapple and other fruit industries and Faith in State's Future. gages, and free, of cower intere-dIn discussing his visit to the de- others. to the anion- t of$ir00. There is partment and its result, Senator CamCountry School Problem. a claim for dower on this to the den said: "Anotl r and most important part ox tent of the price it sells for over "This is the flrst opportunity I have of the .j,k of helping rural communiand above this 15oo. The other had where I could go into certain ties is the problem of education in the with any degree of leisure, with country schools. The State University property will he Mild free of all hens and mortices. Possession he Agricultural Department. You and the two Normal schools of the tfiveii when .sale and bonds are ;p know I have always felt that Ken- state are vitally interested in tucky will be a great farming state. We must have a real educaproved tion that fits young men and women TermsPurch'iser will he re- Il for the activities of life in the counquired o make a bond for the pur try, broadening their views of lite, chase prie of the land with ap arousing their love of the land itselt proved surety, one half of which and their appreciation of the opporto he paid 3 months and the other tunities of country life, and titting them to be more usetul citizens in a half 6 months trom date of sa'e successful agricultural community. each lo hear 6 per cent interest ag!AjaV' v ,.- "It is the province of the Normal fiom date until paid. The personschools to train teachers who have al property is to he sold on 3 these broad visions of the rura' mouths credit, bonds with approvschool as a most important center 01 ed suretv bearing 15 per cent, ininlluence in the upbuilding of every terest from date until ptid. community. TSSSSSfessesK v'' W. I CHAMP. Trustee Schools Teach Practical Things. "A good many or our country school'" are little town schools in the counti Applv a cotton cloth wet vith The schools are beginning more and BALLARD'S SNOW LINLV.FN P more to teach the practical things 01 , sores or to all wounds cuts, bur-life. Boys' corn clubs and giil' can blister, and r.ote its wonderful ning and other clubs are beginning V healing p.wer. It is prompt and get hold of the rural school problem verv effective. Price 25c. 50c and focus the attention of the teach and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by ers and the child upon the practical John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. and valuable things which may be Johnson N. Camden. done as a part of the education of that school. UNITED &TATKS DISTRICT and the chaiaeter of her "I am very happy to say that I will deter mine the clun.i ter ami de COURT was told that in this broad extension onie one EASTERN DI.STI'ICT OF KENTUCKY velopinent of her peude. has well said that a people can not work in agriculture In the state of be gi eater or stumger than their soil Kentucky, into which we are just Iii the matter of "I the huihecue last summer now entering, the State Normal Buskiik ftutledge Lumber to emphasize a fact that our farmers schools are vitally interested, and Co. et al . Petitioners, lid not, in my opinion, tully realize that district agents who are representatives of this united extension work. - In" Bankruptcy. nid that .s in inin.ng, mariiitactutiu VS. "I was given to understand that rnd all productive enter pi ises, th.i Notice ofsai.r the State Department of Agriculture ba-1..1111 of wealth is in itsel ine A. H. Hamlin Respondent 'bout onij half, or at) per cent of th and other agricultural activities withNotice is hereby given that the jiioblein involved the other .lO per in the state are all joining in this general movement. undersigned, as Receiver in Bank- cent -is ccin organization, which reallv Marketing of Farm Products. mean.,eiation. ruptcy, will on August nth 11) 14, "Another and most important line What rsrmers Are Realizing. at the residence of 13. F. Livesay "Granting that our soil would gradt of agricultural endeavor, in which on what is known as the old Dtl Xo. 1 in fertility which in manj both the National Department of Ag riculture and the state are interested, lingham farm near Maretburg, cabes it will not do, but by intelligent is a new line hut recently undei taken and industrious methods it can be Rockcastle County, Kentucky, at made n. as we now the study of the business side of stand with out faiming and the economic condition: 10 o'clock a in. pursuant to order impel fc-sjstem oi" soil education surrounding the tanner, which plays-sucorganization and wr of sale made and entered in the an important part in making his .armors above styled action, offer at public half of are only realizing but abou etforts successful. what we are entitled to from "No matter how good a busines?-masale for cash in hand the following jur efforts and from our farms. the farmer might be on his own "It was a beginning of a campaigi described personal property: among our farmers of education and farm, no matter how much scientific 2000 f agriculture he might know and prac(about) 2x4 to 2x8 oak I foresaw then that tiu lumber, 500 ft about ix4 to 6 wondoi fill mine of information an' tice, and how well he might do his work, there strips, chestnut, piplar, &c ; 1800 vitally valuable facts, that our Ked circurstances may be, and otten are outside ol" his contio at about 1 inch chestuut, poplar eral Government had in store, which would still prevent him iron, not be beneticial to our own farmers oak, etc; 3200 ft. about Bevel unless they were prepared to avail making a success of his work. "For example, marketing conditions poplar siding. themselves of it collectively. may be against him, and in this we was necessary to organize, tc "It Above suitable for honse pathave one establish team work among ourselves try life of the big problems of coun tern. The Department ot we must trust one another if we are Agriculture, in the last appropriation to prosper further as a people and A. W. B ABB AGE bill, received an appropriation ol Receiver. advance the solidarity of Kentucky $200,000 for the study and dissemina Interests. tion of knowledge regarding the Agricultural Education. scientific marketing of the products o "To my mind the first thing to dc the farm. FOR FLETCHER'S is to the research work Movement Deserves Support. at the State University and Experi"Much might be said on the side I ment Station, at Lexington, and the or the subject of the organization c' two Normal schools, Eastern and farmeis and of the communities gen Western, with the Federal Depart- erally tor improvement of agricultural ment of Agriculture, thereby increas social and economic conditions. ing efficiency by preventing the loss "With the united eflort on the par, in labor and time. I am delighted tc 0f the rural church, th e rural school. x0i,al colleges, the College o nnf finnnt Agriculture, the Experiment Station. "But research work, either by and the United States Department ol government or" state, would be of lit- Agriculturre, much good can be actle value to the farmer unless some complished. We have undeveloped re way were found to teach him the sources and agricultural opportuni things discovered by scientists in the ties in Kentucky, as yet untouched. experiment stations, and hence we "We can maintain the highest type have the extension and demonstra- of civilization only by having a suction work. cessful and prosperous agricultuie. "I was told that the department has One of the most beneficial influence a great work along this line and that that I see is the union of the interests it is its activity with of the Federal Department of Agricul the activity of a similar character in ture with our College of Agriculture the state agricultural colleges. Con University, with the Hole Henry Waiterson giess has recently passed a bill pro- of the State and other educationalNormal schools acviding for extension worfa tivities of the state, to give to the LOUISVILLE, KY. in agriculture and home economics, tc farmers and their families throughout be carried on by Sout,''s mot,t pPu,ar Priced, modern be the state of Kentucky that degree of hoTir tween the Department of Agriculture service which they ought to have. Absolutely .ituated in the at Washington and the various state U the present time there are twenty-twreUul y, i?.? di.trictand the&trei. agricultural colleges, and the Secre county agents, with an additional Finei t Cafe in LouUtUIo, with moderate tary of Agriculture has taken the Ihiiteen women county agents pri.es. ir very broad view that this furnishes girls club work. Club Breakfast from 25c up: noon dav 1 j.rc-inistr v. U s (o a oulcr issued to as TiiiMu- in t lie above stt lc r.ivf, 1 will, on AJoiid;i Ai!jii,j, 17, A D HIM. at 1 o'clock, p , o.i s u'jout t. e milt: tnst of LOSS Mt Wnion. K.y , olli-- I'or .sul ;it public auction tin- - lullowing prop-c.iL- nly One- Haif of Wl. tt Ih Are En led Large Sum Devoted to It. "In future the amount of money being devoted to this kind of education to help the farmers will be very large. act gives $10,OUO a The Smith-Leve- r year for the first year to each agricultural college. Thereafter it is increased in each state in proportion to rural inhabitants until, at the end of CliSidren Cry for Fletcher's &X "iV TTii "d VCi" AS- - QaK 'v n "P H P?& F Iho KiimI in ir.--e yj s Yon liuvo Alv:i for over iO jcu.-s: Uon-h, Aiul has jfiCj-Tj7vty- Infants and Ciiililreu Experience c.ainst HKneriiiieiit. C'astorfci 3s All Counterfeits, Imitation-- .rnd IlIciiiiiMi'.-- i tint villi and tt-ii- i, v 'ttcA&X !en made under his sonal sriporv ishni since its i:: ancy. Allow no om to deceive yon in thi-, pc-r-. .7ust-as-j;oo- t, ami "which has liecn 1ms borr.e the signature ot are hut ni!.iiier the health of il .. n j a ji:ivin:cs snhstiturc for Castor Oil, Parc-jg-orSr-:ps- . IL is pleasant, it contains neither Oniiiui, IMorphine nor other Narcotic &r;hs'.isce. Its atre is it guarantee. It destroys A orinrf and allajs lor more than thirty years it has heen in constant use for the rrth-- - of Constipation, T, kid Colic, all Icediing- Troubles ami naiirien.'-tIt, renulat.-3iiriho-athe Stomach and i:ovtN, ii Tood, healthy ami natural slvi:. The Children's Panacea- - The "Mother's Friend. !rops and soothing , ic, f . s j n GENUINE CAST f I J-c&ecAekf ift ! n,,,-vMI . I Bears the Signature of s - Ca fSBXSBSN. "Y de-tnil- thi:-proble- The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over 30 Years I MF i Est & n Uf Fm 11 1 -' u. . sfztk$&r oaiiu-iiiiHiL- ....... 0:1111s-iiiTiiisue- u r. ... 1 iu ;; Allot'Jars by Wire Promptly Filled w gj Mb ;QAyi MT. VKIJXOV, KV Phone M4 S mii-ultu- re 3 lUSS3SSSZ3SSSSacS3 Gins. C. Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. t ti o JI O Chas. C. Davis! Mt ,'eiuou Ky. -- - My Phone No. is (39) thirty-ninWe open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. e. t n welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't Let us show you, to-da- CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. gS5ES5SSg.-5gT3iassri SB!Eg-TO--g5-s-g- n Oliildren Ory CASTO R A i ms S&.j 7 &"0 PUC&MJSJ&igj If Always Helps says l g5P&?r 2r$r Kie'fSS-- ' 'S??rVr'P r Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience wiiii Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my bade and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. Alter faking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give iv Ww KLl pwv Wai r fire-proo- f; o LuntC.hrC:At,abIe,dT 10,e Dmnr'r. 6 o 8 py a la carte service in Kestaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p.m. to a. m. Orchestral and ucal music. 1 ROOM PRICES Willi running water and private toiU.t $1 per day With private up to $3.00 per bath-$1.5day-Larg- - fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. sample room with prhate bath $2.50 lo $3.50 per day. i cu are cordially invited to make this liclel your headquarters wMIe in Louisville if only for a day. Have your mail and package, adduced here. You will always be a welcome guest. ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. Price $3.00 evi SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH When you vawn a good deal in the daytime, feel dull, achey and want to stretch fraquentH it is an uninislakeablesvmptotn of malarin and ui. less you do something at once you are hooked for a spell of chills IJKRBINE is a chill med icinothat will prevent or cure the disease It drives out the itnpur ilies on which the malarial germ thrives' strengthens the liver and cleanses the bovveis. Price 50c. Sold by John .Robins Brodhead, Ky. - LARD'S SNOW LlNlvlENT and don't be talked out ol it btcau.-- . ' it is the best pain relieving litr- ment you can ,?et anywhere. Pr. e 25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle Sold by John Robins Brolhead, Ky. If you sn 111 a cool draft whe you are heated and ge a .in ec or lame back, you will oe lo- in for something that will east th pain Fix your mind on I AL 1 - a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! sTrfa.BETHURUlvl & LEWIS .. -. - Lwwag m Ch.ldren Cry T6J CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Attorneys at Law OfiTces in Bethurum Cldg. Will practice in all t'12 Courts CASTO R FOR FLETCHER'S A,