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VERNON, M Established - sj 1887 F ''it'll ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY MAR. 26, 1915 Livingston B.Y.P.U mimiBH DUMBER 2 6 1 iMBMMi To the Voters of Rockcastle County: Prayer We are now coding near to the diy on which wo shill settle the of some Scripture reading question of whethor or not we shall begin building roads 1 Pet. 2: 13-- 18 issuing' bonds for tins purpose Responsive by permanent value in this countv by question group. Theiv has been a great deal said on both sides of this bond Song, "My Country 'Tis of is not true. All our citizens are and much that is true and some that Thee." more or less interested and ought to trj to know the truth about the The Meaning of Patriotism what is for the general good is whole matter. We should know that By Leader that is best for us all. We should Uy aside all prejudice and in all our History of "The Star Spangle closely to the truth and we should certainly make contentions stick Banner" Flora Pennington no statements that we know to be false. We all live here and expect "The 'Star Spangle Banner" and we should be caretul to do no one W. J. SPARKS. to liv together as neighbors Lillian Seaborn and Bessie Owens an injustice in any discussion of this matter. I want to do what I Has Patriotism Developed? think is the best for all our citizens and I know that most of our LEYEL UKEEJN. visited the merchants here first of feelings get the better Mrs. Abe Evans people are the same way but some mav let their the week. Y. C. Buckner who The Soldier's Work: A New judgment and might be led to make assertions that cannot of their Bro. W. V. Anderson, of has been in the insane asylum at Meaning J. A. Oliver Lets be careful along this line and not be Pulaski, preached a very inter- Lexington for the past year be estiblished as true. A Clean, Wholesome Citizen guilty of misleading any man. esting sermon at Friendship last, escaped one day last week and is Mrs. D. H. Owens Our county has altogether a little more than 3,000.000.00 of tax Saturday night.- -- Little Jewell now with his family here and ship Special Song, "Am 1 a able property and we are now Imping to issue 100.000.00 in bonds DeBord was very sick a few days seems to be alright. C. K. Soldier" Georgia Amvx this much we are able to at 5 per cent interest. Lots see if filled his regular appointMr and Mrs. R. B. last week monev and not injure 'urselves. If you will make soijn figures, you Hatcher, of Lebanon Jet., spent a ment at Mt. Pleasant last Satur- Flora Pennington, Morris Cotton- gim, and J. N. Clark, will find t'.,at if we borrow 100,000.00, it will be just 8A per cent on few days with his mother here. day and Sunday. Bee Whitis was $1000.-CO- , A Christian Citizenship our taxable prooerty. If a man is worth in taxable property Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mullins and up from Shopville one day last By Leader. this debt will amount to s33 3: for his part. (If the county had to son, Woodrow, visited her week on business. Miss Ora SJIOOO.OO in taxable property, Scripture quotations on subpay the entire $100,000.) If he is worth parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Brown spept last Wednesday ject Lena Mav Clark, Reece If you his part of this $100,000,00 will be just 100 00 and no more. Vanhook, at Ocala, last Saturday. with her sister, Mrs. Minnie pav $333-3own 10,000 dollars worth of taxable property. yu will Mrs. R. B. Saylor continues at Bandy. Mrs. J. h. Ward and Gesta Adams. no more. Do you think if you were worth $iQ,O00 00 it would very sick. and Nicely has been sick for a few 7:2o Pres. in charge Report of Secretary hurt you to actually pay this $383 33 right uowto get this road builddays, Miss Dais Thomas, of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Notice that in this estimate I am not assuming that we Adjourn ing started. for preaching and children, of Bandy, Langdon dormitory, is with her 7:30 get any help from anybody and I would be willing to mortgage my spent Saturday nigHt and Sunday sister, Mrs. Salliet Jones, for a service. Mrs. D. H. Owens, Captain. property to get my part of this fund if there was no other way that with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown. few days stay. P 1 could raise it. But THE STATE WILL PAY HALF OF THIS C. Broughtou is in Louisville MOMiY FOR ME. Going back to our ability to stand this debt, for a few days. Craig & Brown State of Ohio, city of Toledo) Are You Rheumatic try 5 per cent if vou were worth would you be afraid to borrow i00 Ot'at Sloan s SS. the "huxter" men were here last Lucas County $3,000.00? Would you be afraid that some one would sell your home Saturday getting produce. Mrs. ) If you want quick and ?eal reFrank J. Cheney makes oath lief from Rheumatism, do what so and take everything you possessed to pay this $100 00, your part of Clay Thompson and children W.v thQsjvnd,P.Lbppeopleiam the $iOQ,OQO.0OJioud issue? WfilLJl am.su.re vou wcju.Ui not.. Yij. visited her motbei-;- ' -- Mrs." Mary that he is senior partner qomg wnenever an attack comes would never lose one minute's sleep ou the subject. It is nonsense to Osborne, at Clarence, first of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Qo., doing on, bathe the sore muscle or joint tell people that they wili not be able to pay out of debt and this is week. Miss Lula Proctor, of business in the city of Toledo, with Sloan's Liniment. No need not counting the state to pay one cent BUT IT WILL PAY ITS Quail, spent a few days last week; County and State aforesaid, and to rub it in just apply the Linithat HALF and every man ofreasonable sense knows that it will, and the with her sister, Mrs. R. J. One said firm will pa.y the sum. of ment to the surface. It is "wonHunved penetrating. It goes right state will be just as liberal as possible in this matter and is anxious to Brown. Misses Oja and Kaie every case of Dollars for each and derfullyseat of .Catarrh, that cannot to the trouble and draws with our people to build good roads as we know it is to the DeBord returned last Wednesday be cured by the uSe of Hall's Ca- tne pain almost immediately. Get best interest otthe people of this Commonwealth. a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for from a pleasant visit with friends tarrh Cure Frank J. Cheney. 25c of any di uggist and have it in If we make a bond issue of $100,000.00, the L. & N. R. R. Co and relatives in Lincoln county, Sworn to beforeme and sub- the house against Colds, Sore will (on the $100,000 basis) stand $42,000 of it according to their valuMr. and Mrs G. N. Bray were scribed in my presence, this 6th and Swollen joints, Lumbago. ation of last year. It is more than probable that we shall see their down Sunday to see Mrs. Bray's day of December, A. D. 1886. Sciatica, and like ailments,. Your property increased iu assessment within the next year or so. If that brother, Maurice Thompson, who (Seal) A. W. Gleason, ., money back if not satisfied, but it company should put up a fight against this bond issue, there would be is very sick. Notary Public. does give almost instant relief. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken insome reason in it considering the large amount they would have to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown and ternally pay. They do uot discredit the State of Kentucky in this matter as children, of Mt. Vernon, spent blqod and acts directjy u,pon the and mucQqs surfaces of the some of our citizens are doing but say that they are willing to help Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. R. system. Send for testimonials, McFarland Memorial to make good U- - Brown. D.M. Cress was b,ere free. the State of Kentucky and all tie counties fhere-i- n Presbyterian Church F- - J. Cheney $ Co.. Toledo, O. pikes. This is quite liberal on the R. R. Co 'a part and I am sure first ot the week b'uying; hogs. would oppose it if it should be the opinion of its officers that M. E. Burton was in Mt. Vernon Sold by all Druggists, 75c. that they The following is the schedule Take Hall's Family Pills for they would be sold out to pay the debt. This R. R. Co. has over for next week. last Monday. Charley Mullins worth of property in this county according to assessment Sabbath School 9:45 a. m. of last year. Do you think there would be an effort made to sell oui Supt. McMillian. The school w" some poor little farmer when all the property of the R. R. Co. would will observe "Decision Day" this a be behind this bond issue? To state the same proposition in another Sunday and a brief address will simple way: Of the $100,000 bond issue the state will pay $50,000 of be given by th pastor on this amount the railroads and corporations, including tlje towns, will "Decision", pav $3O,U)0, with only $20,000 for the land owners and others of Morning Service for Divine WorRockcastle to meet, with ample time given. Yearly tax rate of 2 ship 11 a. m. cents per $100 would place the amount of tax on $500. taxable prop Sermon by Rev. J, W. McMillian erty at $1. on a $1500 property the tax would amount to only $3.00 MensMeeting 2:30 p. m. Ou a $300, farm the tax would only be 60 cents. C. E Society 6:30 p. m. Everything Going for Cash We that have some property in this county have great reason to Union Service at the Christian and Produce cash price for days be thankful that we are ut peace and hayegood predif since sq manv Church 7:0 p. m. natious of the earth are at war and engaged in the wholesale destrucSermon by Bro. H. T. Young tion of life and property. We have a great many people who are Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 needing employment at this time and we are fortunate to be in posip. m. Address by Miss 1. B. tion to put them to work and at work at sorot thing that will be of Stewart. from permanent use to us. ine time lias passed that a man can support Christian Instructor Class at the his family by working at 5O and 75 cts per day and the labor of this Manse, every Friday 3:oo p. m. and Boys county is entitled to better wages than pome of our people have been and Caps All people we cordially invite to in the habit of paying, Most of the men who are opposing the bond all kinds and styles these services. cost issue will be glad to employ the day laborer at about 75cts per day Rev. John M. Macmillian from sun up until sundown, if you wll look over the list of the men Large stock of Gingham, Calico Suiting fighting against our progress, you will find a number of men who are Services at Christian not noted for the good wages they have paid- almost given .away Church for Sunday In looking over the tax book for last year, we find that we have very few citizens whose property amount to as much as $i0,000.00 Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Nice line of ,., for taxation. It would interest you to ask the sheriff of this county Preaching at 1 1 a. m. Subject Those Rare Jewels "Do All that what amount of property some of our citizens, opposing the bond is$& is in Thy Heart" sue, are paying. To hear them talk, you would think that th-are Christian Endeavorat 6:30 p. m. paying most of the taxes of the county aad that they are running Preaching Service at 7:45 p. m. around in great distress when as a matter of fact, the amount of tax OP ALL KINDS AT COST only a drop In the bucket of the county s Subject A Friend to Man" they would pay amounts to revenue. We should not like to mention names but ask a few ques4'he evening service will be Can Goods straight sheriff will tell you if you ask him. the monthly umon servioe in tions tor yourself. The 8c, Coffee "' Yfhich tne congregation of the The argument has been made that the people who would spend ' IVeshyterian Church meets with am sure that this not the case as this money would squander it. I us. The Rev. Mr. McMillian wili CP,mS a.n3 gi the men who handle this money will be placed under heavy and sat "I a call ano we wjl h,ep,e& ym greatly isfactory bond to protect it. The money will have' to be properly assist in the devotional service. T?11 ft1 yftar fyieftcls. anfl come op. to We extend a courteous welcome spent and work done in proper manner before" the fund can be paid ' ' to all wfio will worship with us out. 'in these services. It has been stated that I would be greatly-- bgnefited by this bond issue, I tliink so too, and every man who ljves in this county " will also be benefitted, yhat helps me wilj lielp eyery other chzen For hoarseness, inflamed lungs or Irritating coughs, Ballard's The rpen wh,o are now needmg work will be helped county nf tips U JJoreliotind Syrup is a healing more than I shall he and J think it is the duty of the property ownoaim. it, does its wort auicklv ers in this county to give her laborers work if they can do so without ana tuorougniy. .trice 25c, w soc grtat personal sacrafice. We can give our men here work if we will KKKXK)-CCKKMMXKMJHSoW by 5 , Vote this bond issue and bring plenty and comfort to mauy poor fam jjiuuucaU) xv j. jjuuuuuuiuj, men-fightin- ilies here who are positively in need for necessaries of life. It wonld be extremely selnsn tor us to retuse to help tnese people wnen we in this can do so at our own advantage. There is too world and it has brought a great deal of trouble to our people and will continue to do so. We should be more willing to help our fel low men that are in distress. Instead of calling meetings and accus ing our fellow citizens of all kinds of intended rascality, it would be much better to be.trying to advise some plan by which we could give our men something to do. They have little children to feed and clothe and it would be much more to your credit Mr. Mud roads man if you were trying to provide something for their fathers to do. I understand that it his been told, that 1 would not give to anyone opposing the bond issue. This is not true and 1 guess all the men who have worked for me heretofore are posted about this matter and know that I have not used any such language and this story is something like I heard that one of my good neighbors said, One is reportedto have said that we hope our quarries would not turn another wheel as in that case, he would be able to hire all the help he wanted at 75 cts or less per dav. This is hard to explain but I feel that very few of our men who have 'worked with me against so long in the quarries will be found among the our county's welfare. Yours For Two Pikes across county and for pikes in other portions of county at earliest date possible. much-selfishne- ss ut Program 28th. 1915. Missionary Meeting New Patriotism 6:30 President in charge. March DON'T MISS OUR Song Prayer New members received. Review on B. R. C. 6:50 Leader in charge. Song "There's A Land That is Fairer Than Day" 6:40 g - NEXT WEEK You have never seen in -- Car-mic- al bo-ro- w all your life such Great Bargains Winter Merchandise Ladies' Cloaks Ladies' Suits, "Me1rfs"'and Boy's Suit's Hats, Caps, and ODDS AND ENDS IN ODDS AND ENDS IN ALL s, 3 Mc-Willia- -- of-H- co-opera- te Shoes ESPECIALLY COME AND buy for. SEE You will be surprised at the prices you can 00 HHKKQKOOK()-at Cost at U op Sale 30 (JFpJf Every Transaction in this Bank is for the best Interest o our Interests Are First and Foremost r I 1 Men's Suits Men's Boys' Suits $1.25 up Hats at $5. to$10, & Whose CUSTOMERS With Us Recognizing the fact our customers, - not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety. We would sanction no transaction which d'd not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our cus- Hardware Harness and Farming Implements at "Suga Furniture fh r V tomers . Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to safety, comfort and prosperity. It's an easy road to travel once you have started . $e The Bank of Mt. Vernon The Bank that takes care of it's Customers GRAVELY & ELDER'S "l I BRODHEAD,: KY. fVMMHlM - A pain in the side or back that HERBINE cures constipation leaches you when you straighten regular bowel up calls for a rubbing application and of Ballard's bnow Liniment. It movements. Price ;oc. Sold bv relaxes the contracted muscles and John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. permits ordinary bodily motion without sufferingor inconvenience C-rPrice 25c, 50c and $1 00 per bottle Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, FOR FLETCHER:" Ky. -- Children . " CASTOR: . .(-- . i ML VERNON SIGNAL Mar. 26 19 15 ftfoSpcSo Friday, Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Kentucky Rural Credit Assn. DIRECTORS: McCREARY, Frankfort, Ky. Governor of Kentucky. C. H. BERRY MAN, Lexington, Ky. Manager Haggin Elmendorf Stock eccc5 Ex-Judg- Advertising rates maae known on application MEMBER OF JAMES B. A Co-operati- ve KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Farm. J. L. WATKINS, Lexington, Ky. Banker & Merchant MORGAN 0. HUGHE., Bowling Green, Banker & Farmer JOHN W. VREELAND, Louisville, Ky. To Farmers on MONEY AT 5 PER CENT 10, Organizatin for the Farmers of Kentucky 20, 30 and 50 years time ANNOUNCEMENTS. We Are Authorized to Announce JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM as Judge A? a candidate for of the 2Sth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Republican party, August primary 1915 We Are Authorized to Announce B. C. LEWIS a candidate for State Senator for the As 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce Dr. W. C. BLACK As a candidate for State Senator for the subjec-- t to the 17th Senatorial Republican party, August primary 1915 Publisher Farmers Home Journal WILLIAM H. GILTNER, Eminence, Ky., REMEMBER The borrower will have the privilege of paying off the mortgage or any part of it at any time by giving 60 days notice. This plan has been in successful operation in Europe for 147 years. The Kentucky Rural v. redit Association will only accept a limited number of farmers in each county as members. If you wish to become a member? (as only members of the Association can borrow from it) cr if you wish further information call on or TELEPHONE v yi Farmer and Live Stock Breeder President Central Savings Bank & Tiust Company. P. M. WITT, Newport, Ky. VI T . U d uyro A DO I VI A- - A p5po GEORGE D. HOPKINS, Attorney. Owing to the bad weather and the good roads bond issue whichhas occupied the attention of the Rockcastle citizens, I have concluded to remain here until Wednesday 31st and if you are interested and will take time to see me before that time you will have an opportunity to get in to the Association. If you cant come in write me or phone me i!P3-,ipei rockoastle hotel VAIUIMO AT MT. TERNON, KV. I J IN VJI Appeals. .10 C. VAN METER, Lexington, Farmer and Live Stock Breeder. HENRY G. OVERSTREET, Owensboro, Ky. Farmer and State Senator. FORREST BUTTS. Carrolton, Ky., Farmer and Coal Operator THOS. J. BIGSTAFF, Mt. Sterling, Ky., Farmer and Breeder. ROBERT H. SUOTT, State Senator, Paducah, Ky. L L. DORSEY. Anchoiage, Ky. Farmer and Live Stock Breeder. J L. ZARING. Shelbyville Ky. Banker and Farmer. of DI RECTORS J. M LASSING, Newport, Kv. of Court Banker and e To fTis Excellency, Belgium; The President of the French ReWe Are Authorized to Announce To His Majesty, The public; M. L. JARVIS as Com- King of Great Britian and A a candidate for monwealth's Attorney of the 2Sth Juof India; To His Majesty i dicial .'District, subject to the action of the Republican partj, August Primary, The Emperior of Germany and 1915. King cf Prussia; To His Majesty, i We Are Authorized to Announce The Mikado of Japan; To His i W. T. DAVIS Majesty, The King of Montenegro; As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk To His Majesty, The Czar of all subject to the of RockcaBtle County, action of the Republican primary Aug the Russian: ust 7, 1915. We, the undersigned, Children We Are Authorized to Announce of America, plead with you, the T. I NICELeY nations, to call As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk rulers of these Rockcastle County, subject to the for immediate armistice, and to of action of the Republican primary, let the difference of warring na August 7, 191. tions be submitted to the Hague Tribunal for amicable and just It ought not to be the duty of settlement, and to promise to one msn to remind another of the adjust all future differences duty to which he owes society, peacefully in the same way. We nor the injury to it which will are the children and grandchildren be brought about by his par- of your former subjects; many of ticipation from a niggardly or us are tied by blood and affectselfish phase. But the machinery ion to the soldiers now contendwhich is known as the brain of ing in their death struggle on man is tilled with comixes different sides of this combat; we strangeness, insomuch that some implore you to stop the frightful of us, perforce, must reason with slaughter, for to us it seems like tl e re.it of us, at times about savagery fighting against civilithe simplest propositions for the zation. We beg this on behalf of benefit of all of us. Just So is the helpless children of Europe of affairs now in just a and Asia, who are being irrepar- the state few localities; and it ts so provok- Jably degraded by the hideous ing that if we did not know so conditions created by war." well those who are of the dis- Whatever effort has been made tejpper, we would first suggest a so far, toward peace has been court of inquiry into their mental undertaken by men and women, codition. Truly the facts seem and should this appeal of to justify it, for the reason, in have no effect upon th. se many instances, the aberations engaged in this cruel war, their are noticeable among the usually act will surely have an influence most leavel headed citizens a? upon their lives, and serve a well as those less well informed. noble purpose; for the children ol But what's the use to worry? today are potentially the citizens The bond issue will carry of the next generation and the injunction to us is to "Train up a child in the way he should go." Tomorrow March 2?th. i9i5 It is unmistakable the duty !l Rockcastle county will begin a of every lover of peace to exert new era. If the people vote the all the influence possible lor the bond issue we will take our place attainment of this end, and as among the enlightened, the proeverv effort has seemingly failed, gressive, the inventive and the we can try this; trusting for its ambitious. All are commendable fulfillment in the promise of the words in our English and those old Prophet who has said "The of us who do not feel fit to honor wolf also shall dwell with the them we hope will retire to the leopard shall lie lamb, and rear ana preserve tneir sell down with the kid; and the calf the respect by looking after the aud the young lion and the fatling culinar" duties of the household together; and a little child shall Certainly they have no place on lead them". the field of action and are a handicap to the common weal. HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPI- But, perhaps there are no such NESS people among us now, claiming Without health, genuine joy is it suffrage, who are of this class impossible; without good diges We are inclined to think the bond tion and regular an 1 regular bowel movement you cannot have health. carry practically Why neglect keeping bowels open issue will liuanimously. and risk being sick and ailing? You don't have to. Take one Tomorrow the voters of Rock- small Dr. Kings New Life Pill at you will castle will pull the wagon of hope night, in the morning from the mire and mud and place have a full, free bowel movement it upon the highway of progress, and feel much better. Helps your appetite and digestion. Try one success and 'usefulness. to night. Era-perior tiu-childre- n FOR EASTER A New Suit? A New Pair Low A New Hat? A New Tie? A New Shirt? :: Cuts? Ladies Suits? Ladies Hats? Ladies Crepe DeChene Waist? Ladies Silk Hose. New line of Spring r FURNITURE rOrx' Well Dressed Foot Women know that a foot well dressed in a perfect fitting shoe is necessary to tone up the appearance in any costume! ' liniik. Our women's shoes are distinguished for their good fitting ,. features as well as for their style. We've every variation of widths and sizes and our expert shoe service is a guarantee of satisfaction. against the bond issue Notice: Those holding clams Saturday, is a vote to retain the against the estate of Dr. S--C. militia system of working roads Davis, deceased, will present same in county which has proved almost to me on or before April roth i9i5 worthless. properly proven. Also those indebted to said estate will plese The following is a petition make arrangements to settle at which is being circulated through- - once. out the United States and which W. T. Davis Executor. the school children of Rockcastle v will be asked to sign. The Ken A good treatment for a cold settucky Federation of Women's tled in the lungs is a HerricksRed Clubs of Kentucky has the matter Pepper Porous Plaster applied to Miss Rose McCord, the chest to draw out inflamation, in charge. r President ot tne local club is in and Ballard's Horehound Syrup to The relax tightness. You get the two charge in this county. two remedies for price ot one by petition is as follows; buying the dollar Horehound "To His Majesty, The Emperor Syrup; there is a size porous plastor and King of Austria-Hungarfree with each bottle. Sold by To His Majesty, The King of John Robins, Brodhead. Ky, A ? y; vote ( ISL A BIG NEW LINE OF LOW AND HIGH SHOES. PRICESt St. 25 to $3.50 alk Over Shoes For MEN SUTTON & McBEE MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. ,A J r- ri ,. . ivi i;, Vx.Ki.nON biUiNAL 2G i.o,.s -T3ir wi " ilcw ary guod.--, . TiKODHEJt D 7? - - Sutton & MgBke. J; Tustf eceivOT a "r tftmtttife?" '"Sutton car loacf" o H &7McBeF f e .fcVy- - ' "rJvrs-S.- ; V -- ;. " iiMnrTTrw-itna- ac Mt. Vernon, Ky, Mar 79 will Spuing Opening--WshiDaient of Mens and Mrs. Granville Owens died at 1915 of Boys suits just received her home here Thursday morning have our SpringOpening Millinery Saturday, 3VI arch 27th. SUNDAY atv2 o'clock after a. lingering illSutton & McBee no "No. 79" wtte vvata toCommun Suttbn &.McBee. months. Noone" ness n cats with SIQNAL The world's ... Use Globe APRIL was ever "more patient in their; sufand raise more corn. fering, more cheerful during an i See J. Fish & Son. 4TH Mrs OwensJ affliction than was ''TAXES FOR TOWN Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Price have Her health tailed her during the returned to Mt. Vernon and fall of 1913 while nursing herj. On the 14th, "dayvof 'iCoVil 1915 I $mi'xMnmmiVLCr , opened a restaurant in the room father and mother, and was lorced LOOISV'LLC &. NASHVILLC R R.CO. next to J. Pi'h & Son's store and to leave their bedside and return between the hours, of 9 o'clock a. mwill sell a meat market in J. T. Proctor's well we are prepared to serve men TIME TABLE. home, where she had been confin- m. and 2 o'clock p. building west of railroad. in front of ' Citizens"? Bank in m of the time until death reed most 5 04. p 22 ucrtn.. " and young men in The Payne boys, of near Dis- - lieved her qj her sufferings She Brodhead Ky., the- following 3:aG a m 24 nortn .. ..... ...- wrAnrin.. h was born in Pendleton county, property for town taxes due town of Brodhead for year i9i4. 12:13 am report everything in great shape Kentucky in the year 1867, being 21 South..".'!" Linda A. Benton farm land tax Her father, for bond issue ir their precinct. past 4? years old. Tas. Landrtjm, Agent. . 55-5These young men are hustlers for John T. Cherry, died March 8, and cost No. 8. Phons George Fagle two lots on Alright, justice and ' progress and 1913, and her mother, Mrs. Sarah 1.80 It is Cherry, died Oct. 3, 1913. She bright St., tax and cost Kntere.l at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice will be heard from later. ' Ltllie Miller one house ana lot mail matter. as second-clas- s that married Granville Owens, present just such progressiviuess is best realized by a visit to our store. on Main" St , tax and cost 2.85 the world along to success- Postmaster here, several years carries James Burk one lot on Albright ful undertakings. union were born ago, and to this PERSONAL Easter heralds the the coming of a new Sea 1 64 St., tax.and-cos- t Presby- three children, Mi's. Virgil MarMen's Meeting at the George Frith two.lotsjn Henry T. J. Pennington was up from son ttle brightest of them all and is natur- terian Church Next Suuday 1:30 tin, Byron' Owens, a teacher in our addition tax and cost 1 80 Monday. Livingston graded school and little Delmas, a p. m al everybody for to "Dress W. A. Tyree, boy of some 10 years of age, all of EgMiss Beruice Land rum was in President John Brown Marshal. wtfom were present when the Louisville last Saturday shopping. Secretary E. R. Gentry (A f Easter 'StarBrandShoes Annie E. Miller was here Subject "The purpose and scope death Angel called their mother of the ' farmers of Mrs. The attention to that realm beyond the skies. Rockcastle County is called to Are Better" from Pineville Monday and Tues of a Mens Bible Class" we say in a few words or many, Beside the heart broken husband an advertisement elsewhere in I day. Mr. John Brown. Speakers )" Mr. E R.Gentrj and children she is survived by tfiislssue of the Kentucky Ru we cannot say too much about our new Louise Landrum spent last Everybody Welcome. Discuss- one brother, J. Thos. CherryV a ral Credit Association; of whuh in P.tts-butSunday with relatives wear for men and boys prominent merchant of Crab Or- Gov. James B. M:Creary is Presand ion invited. ' chard, and a sister, Miss Leva ident Ve have examined the Mr H G. Edwards who is here Chas. B. Cummins, of Houston neat, practical in every way and so thoroughly Cherry, of this olace. Funeral plans and purposes of this Assohere last on a visit from Pin nix, Arizona, Mo., was with relatives services will be held at the ciation and a- -e ot the opinion that built certain satisfaction is yours. is killing two birds with onestone week. Baptist church at 1 o'clock it is about the best thing that has AW 1 Miss Ella Francis is visiting Besides visiting his friends and by the Rev. Jesse Beagle, of ever been organized in the State you relatives and friends in Barrods relatives he is also boosting Lancaster Kentucky, a relative some of these 1s of Kentucky for the benefit of the Pheonix's new Hotel, The Jefferburg. of the family, and one of the tarmers, being a corporative or bright, new furnishings for Jack Hysinger who has beeu son anew $175,00) structure, most forceful speaker in that ganization for securiuef-moneat with fever is reported owned by a to k company, of oart of the state. very We extend to S per- cent on Long time. The which Mr. Edwards is a stock better. the family and relatives much association accepts your rnortgage holder and one of the directors. The one year old chili of Mr. The Jefferson has 15O rooms, sympathy. for a loan not to exceed one-hal- f 1 Am V Henry Pilkerton, a nephew of the value of your farm and makes and Mrs. Logan Mize died near modern and Mr Prof. J. L. Pilkerton. who has you an uncollectable reducable Pine Hill Sunday. Shirts, 50c to Edwards is urging those who go. So;x 10c to 50c ... Vs here A been h'e'l'e-iriMisa'Ta'una Thompson school for several loan for either 2D, 30 or 50 years to San Francisco to stop at with relatives Pheonix and see one of the best months, returned" to his home in time. The very great advantages from Crab Orcbaid, Neck 25c to $1 Union suits Hardin County last Friday. of this plan is that the farmers get visit. a few .e-k- s for western towns. Henry made lots of friends while motiey oh. th,eir farms as cheap as foreman of James Pinkerton, JUDGE BETHURUM matter here, and ' will'be greatly missed you buy this store! the men&et this office, who sprained his ankle COMPLIMENTED. Mrs. J. W. Tate was in Louis- borrow it for a long period. They two weeks sine; is improving. value is the best for the money. ville during the week buying her have the satisfaction of knowing U G. Baker went to Louisville Evangelist J H. Dew coin- Easter line of millinery. Mrs W. I they will not bt called upon at the i Monday to buy goods for his mentmg in his sermon Mondav F. Carter is visiting relatives iu 6 months to pay off Mammoth Main Street store. night at the Baptist Church upon Moreland, and is expected to re end of or 12 "We Stand Bv What You Buy" L-the whole amount, and be forced I and great Judge Bethunnn'ri charge to the Robert Mrs to go out and hunt up the money turn home tomorrow. number of the younger genera- Grand Jury, said in substance-"- Gillis Frederick, who has been I anc have to pay a high rate of inLa heard your Cir.uit Judge to quite sick tor several weeks, is tion have cut. a big figure in this terest and also a commission to 9 bond issue work, 1 day tell ane Grand jury to gu reported Improving. A Mr. some oue to secure the loan fur Mis. R B. Mullins and son, after the liquor sellers and boot Edwards, of- Boston, Kentucky, them. Under this plan a farmer Master Henjamine, visited rela leggers It was a strong an was with his sister, Mrs. P. A. need not be afraid to borrow monSUITS tive:. in London during the week courageous appeal to them to as Shelton, here this week Our ey to make needed improvements $7.50 $10, $12. $15. W. J. De ord and A. F. Law sist iu crushing out this mighty boys organized a Base Ball league upon his farm because he will renc? of the Walnut Grovesection evil. He told them what to do at a meeting held one night this have time to. make the farm earn were in town Wednesday on busi- and exhorted them to spare no week, and claim that they will the money torepaythe loan. As one in their investigations. After be HaHHMHHEZES: ness . ready by April the first to a matter of fact gthe plan of the I heard him I resolved in my WALNUT GROVE;, cross bats with any team in Association is to collect a small Tbeo. Parsons a good citizent of heart to fight this devilish busi- these w.oods, and authorized me to the Buckeye section, has been payment each year in addition to to rest say tliSt?aTiyHam a few weeks but is ness to th finish, and not a wanting very sick for J. B. Cummin?. of Mt. Vernon, rate of,, . jper cent. satisfied until it is driven Irom good Ayallopidg, ' should corres the interest was' through this part Saturday improving This sum collected m addition to the American continent. m pond ;yith Anderson or t cent talking the .good roads proposition interestpus M.. and Mrs Casper Adams, of "We are announcing --. the ij. L 'lIppJr&-Totnorr- ow Vift compound lpteies,tr"ls deducted We'th'ank J. B. lot his- talk but Mt. Carmel 111., are with Mr. candidacy of W, C. Black, of settle the question vhether the from, the IpaR when paid off at any the people of this part ot the and Mrs. S. H Martin for a tew Ky., for State people want tq he taxed to baild time, and. is sufficient to pay off county doesn't need any talking Barboursville, weeks visit. Senator from this district, and in two pikes acvess the county, and the loan at the end of the period to as there is not enough men Mr. and Mrs. ohn Robins and this connection it p'eases us to ouild them now, aid use them for which the loan is made. Farm- against the bond issue to compose all little daughter, Mildred, were testify Be both willing and able that our long and intimate now, or be taxed to the same ex- ers will do well cto- - write Mr. a jury. If the people in the Mrs. F. L. guests of Mr. and acquaintance with Mr. Black tent and build a mile of pike in Young or call on'hira' at Rockcas- other narts of the county will do times to extend you such accomDurham Sunday. warrants the unqualified state- four directions irom Mt. Vernon, tle Hotel Mt. Vernon this week;. we ara going to do in this what Miss Lena McCall, of Marets-burg- . ment from us that he would modations as your business juseach year. part the bond issue is a sure It is very strange was the guest of her cousin. make an ideal Senator. He is that our people can never awake Ait! The Inviqoratinq Whiff go. Mrs. Sarah C. Ping who Miss Louana Whitehead, a few good stock, a good Republican and the exp erience of your tifies. Op Tm PitfEJ Forest! to a real snse of duty. has been sick for some time, It is week. days this Hqw it clears the throat and continues about the same. Rev. is not a cursed fool partisan, to also strange that-- rnan will let" friend who carries an account with m Griffins little the detriment of himself and the his prejudice guide One of Charley head of its mucous ailments. It is C. H. Carmical filled his aphim in a di Vipror spii of Isewness and giils. aged about lo years, died office to which he aspires. which is seeking the rection contrary to his best this theithealth-givinPiney For pointment at Mt. Pleasant Saturfrom Hill last week and was near Pine If be should be elected there is interest, and help the very people ests hroueht back by Dr. Bell's day and Sunday. I your business. buried at Pine Hill Saturday. no doubt he would work faithfully to get what they want by Jiis Mrs. Mary Cummins who has Antiseptic and Miss Bess Obadwell returned for the people of his district and voting against the bond issue. healing, Buy a bottle All been siok for' some j time is some in Cave City, last that his rank and gentlemanly After the election is over, and Oruggists, 35c. to her home, better, H. N. Denny is numbered Eleotric Bitters a Spring Tonic, hvith the sick this week. James after a note would reward his efforts" the shouting all clone, the man Wednesday morning, in the who allowed his prejudice to do Hurd pleasant visit to relatives here. Judge Chas., How About It? A dollar and Cash was the welcome guest of Mary Clarkson has re- "Pinnacle News of Mch. 18th. voting, and awakes to the fact a penny once happened to come A. F. Luwrence Saturday night his Miss that his voting t Jfasv nmteriallva together in ,the same pooket and and Sunday. Henry Todd visited turned from a ten days most CONCERT BY TRANSYL . R L. THOMPSON, Jr., Cashier. helped the people that he thought the dollar at once began to put on his sister, Mrs. Rube Thompson, delightful visit with Rev. and VANIA GLEE CLUB arnew barn- of Rev. Sunday. Brodhead he was helping defeat, he "vill airs like a red cowin Mrs. G. S. Watson at Booneville. The Glee Club from Transyl- then go down yard. "I am a big'gun" said the Hutchins tilled his regular apPenni-gto- n has been in in some deep Dr. M. will give a vania University valley, and pray the good Lord to dollar, "and vou' are nobody. I pointment at Poplar Grove Satur The of the week. towu part concert in the Graded school white-andyou are enly a dull day 'and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Doctor will soon begin hisarrange- - chapel on Thursday night of relieve him of.such;a sore affliction am George FRrris spent Saturday ments to move to Mt. Vernon. next week, April first. The Glee Vote for what you know to be nrud colored little Indian. I am and" Sunday-witH. N. Denny your best interest no matter if it 'treiigious, for I. am rail the time and family Henry Todd sold to is here and will Club is composed of twenty-on- e Casper Adams saying "In God we Trust," and W. J. Debord one mule for $120 does-helyour enemy. . . begin Apr. 1st?., the erection of students from the University aod ybu are only a' paian. I am patr; last week. Are you still looking thru aglass a residence for his brother-in-lais under the direction of Prof. have the Otic? for onone. C. H. White, on the lot next to Delcamp. These young men have darKiy, or do you - see your way Take Herhine for indigestion. American eagle and on the other B. Mullin's residence. R. been very carefully selected and more plainly to fayor thejbond is. thGodde'ss.f. Liberty, and I buy It relieves the painjn a fiew minforces the fermented Write at once to this Bureau for literature descriptive of the Horace Edwards who left this trained. They have given con sue? I believe' that should it car lots of fireworks for the Fourth utes and matter which causes, .the misery International Exposition, which opened,-igreat Panama-Pacifi- c county and,, went to Arizona eight certs for several seasons and have ry it would be a great upbuilding of JqlyT. '. ?ah.ieavenly minded, into the bowels where it is expellto our country, I believe we all J on Peb. 20 and the great Panama-Californi- a Sanf rancisco years ago, with his youngest been favorably received in the should look forward to what the for I have stars to think about and ed. Price 50a Sold" by John . Exposition now open at San Diego. to rela best towns, of central Kentucky. Ky. Rqbjns, Brodhead, child is here on a visit uuiv.uill,Cr wuuiu ,j UB. 4U UOUOlr vou don't have anything. I am This Bereau is prepared to supply complete information in tives and friends. Mrs. Edwards We are very fortunate in securing there has been some exaggerating precious, for 1 am nice, bright Wilson attended to President, regard to rail road rates, hotel accommodations, interesting sidd" who was a daughter of the late them, and could not have done done, and you may have thought silver, and everybody wants me. you .didn't want to tax the rising- - kbut yon are only base oopper and funeral" Tuesday of Col. William trips and reliable, authentic, unbiased information about any George Livesay died two years so had it not been that they are generation .but I .believe, 4t would noboay cares a snjip tor you. H. Crook, President of Lincoln's section of the great Pacific Coast country. to be at Lancaster on Tuesday help to start a road'systemin our ago. .. 'Thafmay be sofj' said the little bodyguard, who died last SaturSend us twenty cents in stamps and we will send .you book evening and at Stanford on county, for which the rising generpenny, "you may be'more patri- day alter more than 5o years ser liOCAL describing the Panama Pacific International Exposition, book Wednesday evening. of ation would-be-prootic than I am and more religious vice as a White House, employe. describing the Panami California Exposition, a map of Califor(J f Respectfully, Tickets will be placed on sale New neckwear at Sutton & than I am, but I go to churoh and The burial was in Arlington p T.,W.. Riddle. nia and a sample copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the great , Sunday School a good deal more Saturday. The price will be as Pacific Coast national magazine, containing beautiful pictures you do." Adults- - 35 cts., school Thomas Pennington aged about follows: Don't bny just any old fertilizer than of the Expositions. The regular price of the magazine'istwen-- ' BESavT.REATMENT FOR. COSTIPA-- " 25 years, son of Dock Pennington children over twelve years of age stick to the old reliable Globe ly cents per copy. Address .TION.' of the Clear Greek section, died 25 cts. and all children under and you'll.il ways have oarn:to sell, SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, i; - h lox Infantan-ChildreTuesday at the home of his sis twelve 15 cts. I know these See J. Fish & Son today? "' "My daughter used Chamberlain's Tablets for constipation with Anglin H bad men personally, have heard them ter, Mre. Mace San Francisco, California. Bornine wife .of J WItid-dl- e 3hi Kid YwKavr Always Bought good results' and Ican recommend a'sufferer of tuberculosis for sing on several occasions and do been on March 24, a baby girl, thetrrhighly," writes Poul B. Bab-iBears the a lew months. Tom was an up not hesitate to give- - them an christened Ruby Anna. Brushly, La. For sale by all Signature of right young man and had friends unqualified endorsement. dealers. fellow Voter: Dear -,, I ONE WBSI "79 fcfcv- best-Ferti- lizers . TAX SALE 19J5. - -- jI OW ' - ;- . 5 Easter Clothes it wants it that up" Whether g EASTER that natty -- to-da- y 1 fH CERTAINLY want y - EASTER $1.50 what at up-to-dat- : , Wear $ltp $2 other-busine- ss No - ll Mcr-Ienzi- e 1 I "" - I s?- -M The Home of eod I giotfts !$& i!ei$iB Zjex - 9 Your Bank Must at Ask a g "Peoples", Pine-Tar-Hone- y; to-da- y. 9 Interest On Time Deposits Peoples Bank -- h Hasi$i$iiii sid'I Free Literature Describing the Great California Exposition -- -- ud v CASTOR n, Jjybescoi -- , V tyZf-jrvjr- t f sXZ 7V jF-- w && m& j?. n, ,, jt ,''T ' II PROF. V, 0. GILBERT WOULD HEAD BROMO SCHOOL SYSTEM Democratic INSTRUCTION Candidate For Nomination as Auditor of Public Accounts Is Well Known Farmer and Live Stock Man. m Announces His Candidacy for Nomination for SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC His Life Has Been Professor V. O. Gilbert of Franklin, assistant state superintendent, has announced himself a candidate for tie Democratic nomination for state superintendent of public instruction in the August primary election. Born and reaied on a farm, experienced in the hard school of poverty, he early chose teaching for a profession and for over thirty years has faithfully and continuously worked in the public school system. Teaching iu country schools, serving as county superintendent, city superintendent, being for more than six years a mein-Le- r of the faculty of the Western Kentucky State Normal, and having been assistant state superintendent for j.early three years and a half, has given him special training for the ofall these years Professor Gilbert has made a thorough study of the conditions and needs of the jiublio schools of Kentucky. His follows: "To the People of Kentucky: "I am a candidate for the office of superintendent of public instruction, During fice he seeks. Devoted to the Work career at the age of sixteen in a country school, I have served as best I could as teacher in the rural schools, as county superintendent of schools, as city superintendent of schools, as instructor iu one of our state normal r.chools and us assistant for over three years to the state superintendent of liublic instruction duiing the present administration. "During this long career as a school man, i have never wavered in my to the schools of ray native state. It has been and will continue to be my life's work. "I am familiar with all the duties of the office to which 1 aspire, and am familiar with the entire field from actual experience. "If I am nominated and elected, I pledge myself unreservedly to the de-otio- n 1 following policies: "First To administer the office of state superintendent as economically as it can be done, consistent with efficiency. with the "Second To rounty superintendents of the state, and to aid them in every possible way Gene Bullock has returned home from Cincinnati, for a few weeks visit with homefolks. G. W. Marler is in Knoxville this week buying goods. Mrs. G. B. Lawrence purchased a horse from Gene' Brown, of the Quail section. Bocne Burton, of Plato, visited his uncle, Tack McMullins, oi this place Saturday and Sunday A.J. Owens and family spent Sunday with F. F. Bullock am. family. Mrs. BillHouk, ot Maret burg, was the guest of her daugh ter, Mrs. Unas. Chandler, Saturday and Sunday. Luther Broyles, of Plato, left Monday for Montana where he will make his future home. Mrs. Jim Brown died Monda nignt at her home near Freedom leaving a husband and seven children to mourn her loss. Her remains were laid to l'est at tl old Freedom grave yard Wed neday. The infant of Mr. anri Mrs. Sam Chandler was burried at Rock Spriugs grave yard Tues day at i o'clock. There has beei quite a lot of sickness in this part of the country for the past twr weeks. Bob Norton, of the WaV. section, is some better at this writing. Mat Bussel died Mon day night at his home near Wab( and was burned Wednesday a Freedom. He leaves a wife ano one child to hear the grief which seems to be almost unbearable. Children Cry for Fletcher's xs3S The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has teen in use for over SO years, has borao the signature of and has been made under his per-rJ- yi sonal supervision sinco its infancy. J?'&CCUK. Allow no one to deceive you in thi3. " are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo- d Experiments that trifle with, and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment -- CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a harmless goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allaj s Feverfohnos. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. OH, Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Cayff'&Mi The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THECCNTtURCOMPANV NEW VOWlC CITY. Ww-itgtitis- I I H. H. COLYER, RICHMOND, KY. AM A CANDIDATE for thp PROF. V. 0. GILBERT. subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August, J 91 3. "This office is one of the greatest importance to the state, and every man who offers himself as a candidate for it should be able to give satisfactory evidence of fitness for the high in the great work of building up an efficient system of schools. My policy shall always be to help, not tc binder. "Third To make the department o education serve the classified cities in everj possible way. To this end I position. shall seek for ways to serve the city "The best evidences of fitness for boards of education and city superinany school position are devotion to tendents. "Fourth To in every the cause of education and professional training. No man is worthy of helpful way with the boards of which the great office of state superintend- the state superintendent may be a ent whose life has not shown a sin- member. gleness of purpose in the work of ed"Fifth To the organization of ucation; and no man can be capable courses of study, so as to adjust the unless he has had a rich experience educational machinery and work of in the kinds of duties that prepare the schools to the practical living one for the state superintendency. needs of the community at large, and These duties are of three kinds: Ac- tc hold constantly before the children tual teaching in the public schools, examples of temperance, culture and supervision of public scnools, and ad- good citizenship. especially "Sixth To ministration of publi? schools. "By these standards I am willing with the illiteracy commission. The to be judged, recognizing that It is state superintendent is made by law the right and the duty of the people a member of this commission, and I to select the candidate best qualified shall most heartily with by nature and training for the posi- the commission In its great work of eliminating adult illiteracy and illitertion. "In the first place, I want the posi- acy in general. "My whole heart, my very life, is tion and want It intensely, because it is a high honor, because it is a pro- in the work; I have had the opportunmotion, because It offers a field for ity for all this training; I have done faithful service, because I feel that my best wherever I 'save worked; and I am competent to perform the du- I shall redeem to the letter in good ties of the office, and because I will faith every promise made or implied Upon this do my very best to merit the confi- in this announcement. platform I am earnestly seeking the dence reposed iu me. years I suffrage of the voters. "For more than twenty-tw"Yours for service, have given my life to school work in "V. O. GILBERT." this inv native state. Beginning my o journalistic profession." icbponsible office of Auditor of Publto Accounts of the State ot Kentucky Recognizing the Important consideration Riven in choosing an oilujal tbat will measure up to the ability iltness for this ijh office, 1 submit the testimonials of those informed of m private life. To be Auditor of the great Commonwealth of Kentucky Is not a new ambition its honors are supreme and worth fighting for. I am not entering this contest upon the advice of a few local friends. A careful scrtitiny by my friends from every section of the state of all the usual polItic.il conditions have determined that my representation in this primary is not likely to De a final second. I am a farmer and live stock dealer I am interested in systemizing of agricultural interests for greater results and !ess hardships. M political expirations have been focused on this office for quite a while. Believing now that the election experience of the Democratic voters of Kentucky in the past ha? put then: "wise" to the dangers and system of swapping state offices, inspires me with the belief that the time is ripe and the voters aie ready to give to Kentucky's administration what they want in the form of a square deal. I believe in fighting for justice and meriting the honors given. I believe that officials should be required to Jo as the toiling fanner earn the emoluments of his office by the sweat of his brow. I beliee that when every official of Kentucky has labored nard for an economical administration that the taxpayers will be greatly relieved. I am not for creating more offices, but for dispensing with every one that is superfluous. I began voting temperance, and will continue to do &c as long as I have the sovereign right I am for the election of every Democrat that is worthy enough to win his nomination, and for the defeat of eveiy Republican, whether he won or stole his nomination, as in either case he would be wrong and never right. If I am elected which I believe from the public expression I will be I promise- now that the Commonwealth of Kentucky will never have a cause for suspicion of Irrpgular management In my office; and that every employe will be of tle highest type of fitness for the duties assigned. I expect to conduct my campaign on purely honorable Democratic principles I am as muah opposed to violating our election laws as I am of every other law enatee" by a righteous tribunal. I hope to have the pleasure of meeting with every Democrat in Kentucky between now and the 7th day of next August. When the final results will have been declared I will cherish the memory of m supporters and will fight for Democratic supremacy. Testimonial From Madison County Democratic Committee. "In behalf of the Democrats of Madison county, and through many ether representative Democrats from other sections of the state, I take pleasure in presenting H. II. Colyer to the Democrats of Kentucky, as a man capable and worthy for the high office of Auditor of Public Accounts, which he is now seeking. He Is now and has always been loyal and aggressive for the success of Democratic supremacy. His morals and integ-ilt- y are abovr-- reproach. If nominated, we predict that he will lead our Democratic ticket in November. Respeotfully, "W. A." LANGFORD, "Chairman Democratic County Committee." " The "Kentuckv Resistor" and of Richmond, Ky., say, regarding Mr. Colyer: , "It is a pleasure to endorse a man of Mr. Colyer's worth for any office that he may seek. We have known him long and Intimately, and can testify to the splendid quality of his Democracy, and to the value of his ser-- . vices to the party. Especially does it give us pleasure to say something of his value to the newspapers of this section. "He has been one of the strongest friends the craft has ever had. He has been a consistent friend of the local publishers, ha supported them morally and financially, and has always taken an actv Interest In the uplift and advancement of the ad 1 1 C. Well-Known A. I WHEN YOU WANT General Merchandise Man Becomes More Thoroughly Indenti- fied with Kentucky Farm Implements co - "Climax-Madisonian- No Use &vm. vi . J J W e. "THE GREAT FAMILY GROUP" which consists of these three 7 magazines all one full year. Value of moeozincs alone, Sl.OO. Also any one McCall Pattern FREE tf$&sri well-know- n J&7 riw 25c a Thousands keep on suffering Cougs and Golds thru neglect and delay. Why make yourself an easy prey to serious ailments and epidemics as the result of a neg lected Cold? Coughs and Colds sap your strength and vitality unless checked in the early stages. Dr. Ding's New Discovery is what you need the first dose helps. Your head clears up, you breathe freely and you feel so much bettex Buy a bottle to day and start taking at once. to Try and Wear Out TO THE HOUSEWIFE. Your Cold, It Will Wear Madam, if your husband is like You Out Instead most men he expects you to look the most common of the minor ail ments and are most likely to lead to serious diseases. A child u much more likely to contract dip theria or scarlet fever when it has a cold. If you will inquire into ehe meiits of the various remedies that are recommended for coughs and colds, you will find that Cham berlain's Cough Remedy stands high in the estimation of people who use it. It is prompt and el' fectual, pleasant and safe to take which are qualities especially to be desired when a medicine is intend ed for children. For sale by all dealers. ' after the health of yourself and children, Coughs ana colds ar ! Field Seed am offering at very '$ tractive pricey. if interested ask foj?tj$mpis and gra4e I hiiye fulj. line of high; flejfj. sppds wjjicji J & Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR People's Popular Monthly 28 hie paces or ideal borne and timely articles forevery-dareding, Lots of stories clean. people, special jvftojesome and departments: The noted Holplnc Hand authors; Ane Edi(MfeW Hrafty-S- Oc a Year) Woman's Noodle-work- , torials. Wardrobe. Boys The Fashion Authority of more women than any other and special and Girls, and mairaxiue. A genuine help to Jwusekeepers, with its features to entermany practical departments IJojjio Dressmaking, Country Life. Household Discoveries. Cooking; etc. Hiat Ilcliteu tain all the family. housework and save monc v. 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Cooper, the philanthropist who electrified Lexington by furnishing, at his own personal ex pense, the bread that is used in the Orphans' Homes in that city, who established a "Bread Line"' for the indigent poor poor, and who is conducting an agricultural exposition to encourage the farmers, whom he considers the bone and sinew of the land, became more thoroughly identified with Lexington in particular, and Cen tral Kentucky in general, when ht oecame a member of the Young Men's Christian Association. Mr. Cooper was waited upon bj a delegation of some of Lexingvoung men and ton's invited to join the localY.M.CA. Mr. Cooper, a native Kentnckian. not only accepted the invention to become a member, but he endors ed the work of one of Lexingtons, most deserving and commendable institutions. The demand for Tanlac. the re markable medicine that is now be ing introduced by Mr. Cooper to prove on heaitn, is now the biggest thing of the kind ever seen in this section. 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