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Vernon and Crab Orchard to Louisville; dis- tance 250 miles; tlu first officially routed highway across the state, which was acted upon at Crab Orchard Springs meeting on May 14 1915, the largest good roads meet ing that has everoccurred in Ken Bob Brown, tho hustling man- aglng editor ofv Louisvllle Times m'SSJSJSSS 55 ? ky wrtg our VMoran finnnn U7nv Mltl M I I I M originator "You have made a a a wonderlul success where others a a have dismally failed." a a Boosters, you are not a t, Only welcome to t.ur city aa Verron does make a whole i. lot of noise. Some think toomucb is made, but look at the results. How hi the world did tin little old town of Mt. , Vernon create ; f4BF'J'j such astir? Really we can't tell i ivt vLvJKHIH BaSBaHBlMa: and acting but just upon the writings of Mt. Vernon's chief booster, whose lines have appeared in those columns weekly for past three years as well as in from most of tho newspapers Gap to Louisville inCumberland Dixie i cluding the city papers, all alive 1 s to tho vast interests involved. Don't forgot Mt. Vernon has a county Fair on August 4, 5 and 0, and tint Brobhead, John Robins, Secrutary, only six miles away, in I the satno old Rockcastle county, following Organized at Lexington of has a fair during the and consisting of week, August 11, 12 and 18th, and Meeting Children both are fairs with some life and , Shoes and Slippers, not "lame dogs." The Goods, only county, we know of, in our Dixie Highway representatives Childrens Dresses, President of Boone Wuy Association and Secretary East Ken-- ' stato that puts on U'O successful representing territory from In fairs each year, All this is being diapapolis to Chattanooga, the sectuckyTennesseo Dixie 'Highway Association, wlio Added of Mer-good roads. Just tion the Eastern done without Dixie High' put Boone Way on 1h) map ami made Pint use your imagination as to what way route.will chandise traverse, formed being our Dixie Highway possible will be done when Boone Way and an organisation at Lexington on the Dixie are put thru. Saturday Jund 3th, to known an Some of the visitors may, after the East Kentucky-TennesseHerald, all boosted, especially did Prices will be observation, think that our streets Dixie Highway Association, The two just mentioned. the will Any map without Mb. Vernon doesn't show up in accordance to new organization will have for its Records, showing thereon would he thrown to the groat amount of noise that purpose the supervision, aiding can afford has been made by Mt. Vernon and encouraging of the construcout of any court on demurrer. boosters, but lot them tako into tion of the Raster loop of thp Tlio "Heads of Houses" train a migl)ty highway within tho allokd year of live pull man coaches, with 100 consideration wo aro 15OO (but according to specifications, accept Boosters left Louisville at 11 p.tn, small town less than growing fast) and has beau only able to tho Dixie Highway on June 7th. for a four days 'run We Welcome You the parent body. A sec of 1000 miles, visiting 22 cities. a few (mighty few) years since of! Stopping over one nigh at we had no paved or other aide ond Association, To similar to that plnuked and determined Saturday last, iu being walks, except a few , and one night at Knox ville, arriving .Ml. Vernon Friday mud ones; one church building; no assembled between Cincinnati and afternoon at fj p. tn stopping for graded or high school nor a local Indianapolis o look after the con '? one hour and thirty minutes, be- (lflFgyman in charge of a town struction of the road along that each entire were we phurch. ffldy we have three way, complejing the Eastern I T. ing received with a welcome 1 . ax. r t r. v W. a a ' 4.1 by n local fr lf speakor peprn- - miloscoucreto sldnwalljaj three route. offer - II A ouri IN U 3"Klin' senting tho Commercial Club, re- church bujldings, tljpoo Jocnf W. J. Sprks,ot Mt. Verndn, UAIC." schooj Ky., onp of thn prime movers in' selves sponse by one of ttie boosters, pastors, graded and Jp'gh girls industrial and jiigb schools, Kentucky good roads was chosen There will bo 'music by the band' of to see new which accompanies tho boosters under Charge of t)w Presbyter- present; w;'C, Oulkins. of Rah' for Louisville. ians was elected viae president Howdy, nearly! One-ha- lf Priee. up-to-dtrain.. The "heads of houses" Onr town has a first class elecor Ohio; Judge W.T. Simmons, and boosters will vibit the various Bob Brown. business houses shake hands mid tric light plant, owned by mom of WilliamBtown, vioo pres., for Hello There. Less and get acquainted with tho proprie- bars of the Commercial Club. No Kentucky, and A. F. Sanford, of Where's Dave Jackson? stock owned outside of town lim Knoxville, vice pres., for Tenues tors. Louisville and Boone Way. you to come pgain. To our people of the mountains its. Waterworks and ice plant see. The president was empowerWe want for less. and "Heads? of houses" sounds O K. who have not studied closely tho will soon follow and will all be ed to appoint tho secretary and treasurer. He has named James Boosters added, counts some, causo of its being made possible home owned. Not necessary to say we have Marot, the Boone Way man, of also. for us to get good roads, we would telegraph and Mt. Vernon, to the secretary's The Cutnberlands and Louis- say look back into the matter and railroad, express, a telephone facilities; tbey are here. place, and Fred L. Durham, of the s : : ; ville. it will be found, that aftor aa.-aa..- Mt. Vernon has a- - number of same town as treasurer. acquainted with your neighGet aaaa comes Louisville, showing a. establishfirst class mercantile Outstanding among the features aaaa bors, von may like them, work done and resultsuccomplsh-eaa. ments that will com pare favorably of the day's busy activities were Col. B. H. Young contributed in this great wntk ot salvation the HrSt dollar, rrom his city, to of the state, more especially south- with towns much larger than ours. tho attendance of "the officials of ae Hotels, schools, churches, frater- t'le Southern Railway and Queen Mta a postage and printing fund of east Kentucky. 1 Boone Way Boosters. (i9i3). "The purpose of tho trip of nal orders, and some of tho public & (Jresent Route; addressos by a waterworks, numerous good road advocates Inexcept ' Daniel Boone past this way in "Heads of Houses," of Louisville utilities, 1 i 1 1 1 i i i 1 1 1 1 i:: :: J I i 1 1 i : : : U I : i s coming. Havn't reach- cluding the secretary of tho Dixie a2i!!:a2aaa2aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.a 17U9euroUto to Harrodsburg (to (and boosters): to renew old which aro "Is aaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa be). acquaintances, make new friends ed street car stajge yet but will in Highway Association, W. S, Ixil e is put breath, of Chattanooga, Three cheers for the Louisville stimulate a better trade relation- duo time (after State and as many for Boone ship between the cities and towns thru.) Highway Commissioner Robert C. Chattanooga) who shall pay a Boosters Mr. Robert E. Woods, former Terrell, and others, and the adopWav which they aided in putting in Eastorn Kentucky and Louismembership fee of $1. shall be enpostmaster of Louisville, and later tion of a resolution declaring it the titled to membership in this assoon the map. ville." was'thru the legislative mem- "If I know you and you knew me, director of Kentucky Good Roads sense of the meeting that the as ciation, which membership shall it Association, was a big factor in sociation support. as far as posbe indicated by a button selected bers of Jefferson county, and If both of us could clearly see, putting over road bond issue iu sible, men for national office who by the officers of the association Louisville's activity in support of And with an inner sight divine The meaning .of your heart and S, E. Kentucky. and furnished by the secretary. will urge passage "ot such meas the Kentucky Good Roads mine, A good Commercial Club is the ures as will secure tho buildine" All county judges, county attornthat gave the mountains I'm sure wo would differ less eys and members of Fiscal courts of Southeastern Kentucky au op- And clasp our hands in friendliness life of a town or city. Even a of good roads everywhere. The and County Court Clerks shall be portunity to make it possible for Our thot's Would pleasantly agree lukewarm origination beats none, resolution was Introduced by - J, members of the general the const! uction of Boonoway. If If I knew you and you knew me." but.ju't think of what a "live" Frank White, of Cumberland Gap, -- Nixon Waterman. organization without tho payment one cau accomplish. there had beon no Boouo Way the liv.'St wiro on the route of initiation fee. We don't feel big chested over Secretary Gllbreath declared thore would have been no chance Boono Way is proving quite a popular name for othor things be what Mt. Vernon has done or is that tho specifications would not Before adjournment tho presifor an East Dixie Highway. On May 24th, four years ago sido tho highway. Mt. Vernon doing or going to do. (and believe bo uniform, slnoe that would work dent called a meeting to convene at Pinovilleon Friday, Juno 18th. tho Louisyillo Boosters paid our has an opera house and a baseball the boosters will ,"18") though wo a hardship on various part of tho under the country, excopt In matter of ex town a flying visit, arriving hero team so named. The latter claims simply feel justified, atioa m. The mountain city was chosen because of the work at 10;8'J a. m. On the speakers to have never lost a game since it circumstances, to give a few puffs cellence. Portions of the road, ho tt'SiiiSHaMflaWB!&3&aKXr VSlBaBai9Eflaxlir &. being done there now on the Bell for fear it said, would be composed of, as on tho "big horn" 114 uKHllaDOw-JawitBBkth wis so christoned. committee was found this talent: J t j jgiHiBijj!iyBafflg 3EBtOKS L. & N, watch Inspector. S. C. might be overlooked by others less pbalt, concrete and county roads which are to be an macadam, C..W. Milliken, Dr. Ben L. incentive to other portions of Dixie Bruner, Sani P. Jones, Thos C. Franklin, of Mt, Vernon, on visit interested, and our city friends Any roadway accepted by the Highway Davis', W.W. to Louisville last week, was told would't know that "we done it." to "push their work; Timberlake, John J. Stale government of Kentucky, when the delegates from CincinLatch strings are. a thing of the and built under State supervision Davios, Wallace McKay, Smith T by train dispatcher R, J. Lomonds nati to Chattanooga, including Bailey, A. B Lipscomb, Frank that Maret, in his opinion, wastbe past in little old Mt. Vernon, hav will be acceptable to the Commistwenty three Intermediate counCassell, Frank F, La'ib,.and Robt. mast progressive man in eastern ing been discarded a short time sioners. State Commissioner, ties, gather further to take up F. Vaughn. There wore oth ers Kentucky and had done more after the birth of their Commercial Terrell made it plain, In his'ad-dresthe work of actual construction along who could also handlo En- than any ten thousand men in Club and Boone Way Booster .that his office would not bo arousing interest in pushing roads Band, when all gates and doors too stringent upon the mountains within the specified time. glish "as she is spoke." " within trie city were removed in way of specification" and said a Further extracts from the E. The people of the mountains thru the Cumberlands. K-D. H. Ass'n's charter otc cannot and will not forget the Mr Robert E Woods, director from their hinges and laid in the properly constructed road, thru will be made in our noxt issue. part Louisville and her business of Kentucky Good Roads Associa- - discard, Everything is wide the mountain territory, .with a men have taken in the promotion tlon is due a portion of credit open to the good roads people who spread of nine feet of macadam Dixie A regular morning operation of President of tho East Kentucky-Tennesseof Boone Way and good roads in for the creation aud malnte-Sout- aro welcome at any and all times road would be accepted by the the bowels puts you in fine shape Highway Association. jmnceofgood roads sentiment A,F. Sanford, Chairman Dixie Stato, provided of course other Eastern Kentucky. for tho day's work. If you miss it Highway Committee Knoxville, iu portions of construction specificayou feel uncomfortable and cannot Tho Louisville newspapers thruout the state, To Tames Maret, of Mt. Vernon writing onr Mr. Maret says: The tions are adhered to. These state- that the Dixie specifications would various counties along tho Eastern put vim into your movements. have the hearty thanks and appie For aH bowel irregularities HDR-BIN- E ciaiiju of the uiountaius for the is due the big credit for three years excellent work of yourself and ments from headquarters eivos be made burdensome or possibly onte. is the remedy It purifies, All residents of any of the coun- - strengthens and rogulatos great assistance in Boone Way untiring etlprts in creating a good vour Boon Way people made the quite a relief to the citizens of tho ' beyond our power of fulfilling. Price Dixie Highway 50C bold by John Kobina Brod work. The Courier Journal, .rjads sentiment for putting a good location of East Dixie possible. mountains of Southeast Kentucky About one hundred delogates ties thru which and East Tennessee who had feared wore present, The Times, The Evening Post and J highway over Boones Trail, Cum- - We congratulate you." representing the passes (between Cincinnati and head, Ky. jjj&I ,'hR sra9aH : Or to our wljolo mauutain rauge Not forgetting Everything in sight, Wo bid you thrice welcome to All You see and then some more, (Continued on 3rd poge ) 'aa: aej 'a'a I I Established 1887 NUMBER 34 I I M 1 1 I I ! ! It I f I I I ! ' tt I t ! I I ! I : I I t I I I I I I M II I I M 1 I t ! t It.'!!! ! m BAKER'S MT. VERNON KENTUCKY aa aa at m aa a aa aa keep-readin- g Grresttest To Advise East Kentucky T ennessee We Beg Sale M Merchandise That We Have Bought Highway Iss'd. At a Discount FOR CASH uch elow Cost, Men's ', A Great Lot June 5th. Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's ,and get-up- Dry Ladies', Misses House and &c, &c. . And We Have Thereto Volumns Of Our Own, it intention to make this by far .Greatest Selling Event in 'V LUSILE e the History of the Trade. OUR BOOSTERS named that make new Low and no Live Money Saver to miss this opportunity. STORE WILL BE Asso-giatio- - the Home Bristol-Va-Teu- rf Brim Full of Bargains SOLD I Boone Way m m EVERYTHING AT A, SACRIFICE K ad-dre- It would take this w a. Clh-qinna- ti, item we have to by saying, " COME AND SEE." Our Big Stock Clothing Don't Fail and at than Cost SLIPPERS at SHOES to make up. Carpets Matting Druggets and Rugs ate paper, to name you, sowemust content' Our Motto: "SELL IT FOR LESS" -- Bos-wort- d MT. VERNON liiiliiit tilt Dixie-Boon- !!. KENTUCKY 1 BAKER'S Asso-ciaio- n o w v- s, COL. W. J. SPARKS e h -- I GREAT STOCK REDUCING SALS v. of the iBASOIS inning Saturday, June 12 ?vttt zzzxxxxr i ionEXt TV TV7TT-T- -T fTTVT T jSXXIXZZZXSZXE ? gxrTTyx 4 gyrrv? i -- xa Clothing, xxt t Dry 'Goods, sxsexzzz zpcgsxszxisx? ss sxzsxszz: ZZ3XXZXZZZXI2XE IAVING bought too many goods for spring, we aae nowforced to make great sacrifices in order to tu:n our stock into crsh quickly. No doubt you will be surprised when you read below of the wonderful BARGAINS we are going to offer; selected from the best manufacturers in the. country, not from "job piles' Never before have we or any store in Rockcastle county put on the market at merchandise where cost and values are ebsolutely disregarded. This Sale vill continue until beginning of the siason, lines of high-clathese lines are closed. Do not Stay away from this Sale. Come bring your meat, eggs, or cash. Positively nothing charged. )CLzc -TxzzXf Shoes, r Furniture, SgZXt t t Millinery 2a KDS: Clothing We can show you almost any pattern you might call for; plaids, mixturess, seges; light end dark patterns, $20,00 value $14,50 15,78 18,50 'I 1175 17,50 " " 10.75 16.50 10.00 15.00 " 7.98 12.50 " 6.98 10.00 " HOOSIER EMBROIDERY worth up to 25c EMBROIDERY worth up to $1.00 DOMESTIC Handkerchiefs wilit colored edges, 5 & LADIES' 5c yd 9c yd $5 4 4 2 49c yd 10c quality CC each Extra Big Values 'in all woolen goods, skirt materials; etc SHIRTS & SHIRT WAISTS $7 50 Voil 6 50 values ' 5 00 " 4 99 One Big Lot Ladies' LOW SHOES high-price- d Skiits 98 $3 50 Patout Leather, with French heel, fawn tops 98 Sale price $1 98 98 98 Big Lot all kinds," from $2,,,., 1 98 Sale PriceLbO to 3 50, 25c Big Bargains in Children's Shoes. MEN'S LOW SHOES $3.50 Tans $3.25 4.00 " 4.00 Pat 3.50 " 3.00 Gun 2x95 One Big Lot Waists ull prices, Sale Price 2.95 2.48 2.25 Three Piece Boys' Clothing $7 & $8 values " 6,50 Le n o We positively I eu m 2 5.00 3.00 N . " " $4.98 4,48 3.48 1.98 I feftflK" , Men's PANTS $5 00 values $3 25 light pt. 5 00 ' 2 98 " 2 98 4 00 " 3 50 2 50 ' " 1 48 3 00 Bed Room Suit worth 35.00 '$24.75 Sale Price l h tBfc?-- ir 144 IB will not sell at these prices after this sale wi Big reduction in odd pants. laniiii h mmir SUTTON &MCBEE 100.-00- LaurelipO.OOO, Rockcastlo When Mt. Vernon goes out for his time to Boone Way work. Tho Mt. Vernou Post Office is and Liccoln Fiscal Court has being treated to a how coat of Back in 1912 the idea of a to take a gun, bear, it is useless the animal just lays down, know- National Highway to bo construct- nppropmtoa sumcient funds to paint. Friday, June 11. 1915 ed from Cumber Land Gap to Crab build lour miles miles of the. road ing its useless to kick or fiftht. Children that are affected by Orchard, occurred to Mr Maret, from Crab Orchard to the Rock: worms are pale and sickly anil Published every Friday by Arc !A friend in need" who ud vised with friends on the castle line. liable to contract some fatal disEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. what. Louisville has done We, oi the mountains and Mr. ease. Whites Creanl Vormiluge subject A Commercial Club was lor Boone Way and the mountains formed in Mt expels worms promptly and puts Before Vernon, January 2, Maret is one of us (tuovgh we .will $1.00 She made Boone Way possible. ONK YKAR DESCRIPTION still allow Garrard to say "our the child on the road ro health 1913; and on 0th of same monthan Price 25c per bottle. Sold by Mt, Vernon is tho Home of auxiliary to the club was organ- Jim"); knew and felt tae vant o' John Robins, Brodhead. Ky. Advertising rates mace known on headquarters of ized and named the Boone Way a modern highway .thru our do Boone Wav and The greatest wheat crop evei application Your You Booster Band. They immediately mains, where sometimes it occurs the East Kentucky-Tennesseknown is indicated by the goxeru for five months out of u vear a Dixie Highway Association. e team will get stalled ment report recently issued. A laid. Many encouraging letters Mt Vernon can make as mnch from Congressmen, Senators Gov- and "ml rod up" with an emp.y billion bushel crop is predicted 01 MKMBUK OF fifty nine million bushels abou Is KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION noise as tiny other little town in ernors, Commercial Clubs oftjhe wagon. Your good people "down the last years record. the country with greater results larger cities were received, and yonder" don't comprehend our situation, "up here" in these 'iever. A bilious, half sick feeling, Quoting scripture (in a horn) bills wore introduced in Congress energy, and constipated bowe asking an appropriation for' engin- lasting hills" shut off and isolated "fie that tooteth not his own horu eers to make a survey of the route. from wagon trajsportation months can bo relieved with surprising 8 18 5 tC fej5 fe5& feJ8 J & & 5 45 & $ e fc$5 & the same will not bo tooted by using HEKBINli At the request of Senator Brad- in the year. You don't appreciate promptness The first dose brings improve If you want results, and to ley, the Agriculture Department thL blessings that surround you. ment, a few doses puts the syen This road proposition which our in fine, vigorous condition. Prir bring in tho bacon, send tho Ml. sent James T. Voshcll' Senior old Jim tackled and has been suc 5oc Sold by John Robins, Btoo Vernou gang after it. Highway Engineer, over ho route ANNOUNCEMENTS. in Juno I9I3, whose report of os cessfully financed has placed him head, Ky. Ilavo you noticed that Mt. VerWe Arc Authorized to Announce on ,lle hife'hf l )ed0:jtal of Moun I . . . T non gets whatovo. JlinOK H. J. UBTHUUUM she goes out time placed the cost of the 95 miles Tiir. m n.PI,rectton antl & ProP u lvx u & at Matters drifted as Judge after? As a candidate for of the 28th Judicial DIstiict, suhjcot to along. Senators Bradley and sitlon to erect a monument in his " the action of the Republican party, AuDo you think Mt. Vernon is ex- James had done all that could be honor, while yet living, will be gust primary 191Bt. ceeding tho speed litntt? Authorized to Announce We A done toward securing Foderul aid. carried out and Mt Vernon, his JJ. C. I.KWIS It was discovered that we were home, will be the place of its erec alloy nearly East 120 feet to a June 29, 1915. A a candidate for State Senator for tho MASTER COMMISSIONERS just n few years ahead of the tion. stake in lino with 'Williams street; 17th Senatorial District, sublet to the Mt Vernon SALE Letter Tho many honors being conthence nearly North with Williams Republican party, August primary 1015. times. Tho time for government Rond trip railroad fare $4.81 U. G. Baker. Plaintiff. street, to the beginning, and being ferred upon' Mr. Maret aro as We Are Authorized to Announce aid to highways had not arrived Board at Cave Hotel including th to Record but the all of that lot on which the resiVS Advertisement. Dr. W. C. BLACK sentiment of our country much appreciated by our people several routes in the Cave foi dence of the defendants is situated as by him, ank thut is say'ng a L. B. Adams and is .'rowing strongly in that direc Ai a candidate for Stnto Senator for the and is a part of the land deeded $5.50. Making total cost lor twi 17th Senatorial District, subject to the good deal, all ot which he acknowDefendants. to tho defendant, Willis Adams. A short history of Boone Way tion mid aftor our thru highways h B. Adams by Republican party, August primary 1015 days' trip $9 85, going oil regultu ledges in his modest way saying By virtue ot a judgment and Neal Parrott und wile Dec, 26th, and its originator may be ot inter- - aro established it is confidently We Are Authorized to Announce he islmighty glad to have been morning trains, Limit on tickets-11896. to the many Garrard friends of claimed that the National Governdays. Write or phone I. & N. irder of sule of the Rockcastle M. I,. JARVIS made the instrument to accomplish TERMS: Said salo will be ment will take hold and maintain Circuit Court, rendered at the na Com-i- tile latter. As a candidate for something of such vast benefit to Agent. made upon a credit rff 6 Months; on wealth 'a Attorney of the 2Slh Jupril Term thereof, 1915, in the was born near them. James Mnret dicial 'Diftrict, subject to the action of his people and his country. The and the Commissioner will take above styled case, I shall proceed After the Dosworth Stato Aid meeting at Crab Orchard last Week the Republican party, August Primary, Wallace's Mill, tw. miles north of I from the purchased bond, payable 1015. to offer for salo, at the front door Lowell. Garrard county, in i8j5, uui jassuu mo legislature our was one ,of tho happiest of Mr to himself, with approved surety, Por Infants and Children, We Arc Authorized to Announce of the Court Houso iu Mt. Vernon went to Toxis in iS7 with his Bo .me Way frieuds resumed operMarot's careor, when ho met that The Kind You Have Always Bought bearing legal interest from day ' W. T. DAVIS Kentucky, at public auction, on father's hmily, learned teUgraphy ations with renewed vigor. .Let big delegation of boosters from As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk returned to Monday the 28th Flyattsvillu and re ters, road literature and newspaper day of June, of sale until paid, and having the subject to the of Rockcastle County, nis native county, uarruroy 111 1915, between the hours of 9 force and effect of a judgment. actlou of the Republican primary Aug- mained something over a yenr hi articles almost made the mall cartheir committee rooms at the fam- Blgnaturo of Amount to Be Made: Debt, ust 7, 1015. o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m , it employment of Will A. Burnsido. riers life a misery, so voluminous ous Crab Orchard Springs. $1820.00, with interest and cost. A We Are Authorized to Announce. being the regular County Court Wasappoiuted railroad agent at were his loads made up of Booue number of these good friouds ho G S. GRIFFIN, Master Com. COULD HAVU BEEN WORSE T. I. NICHI.hY Mt. Vernon August 1887, which Way stuff. A speaking campaign day in Juno, 1915, to tho highest had not seen for nearly torty yoijM Rockcastle County Ky. As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Can you imagine anything more and best bidder, upon a credit of of Rockcastle County, subject to tho position ho Piled for eighteen was arranged foe in November f Mr. M. says don't get it into your terrible?" asked Wigo aftor she 0 mouths, the following described action of tho Republican primary, years. Started first newspaper in 1014 with Robt. E. Woods, of head that he is old, that he is yet bad told her husband about the I August 7, 1015. property, Rockcastlo, The Signal, iu 1087. Louisville, and Jamos Maret (Mr. A certain House a boy, if you have any road propoIndigestion and Constipation We Are Authorized to Announce the ninriiai troubles ot tneir next nn(i Sold newspaper, but later, 1880. Maret did no public speaking but in Mt. Vernon, locatod DR. R. G. WH1II1 sition to trot out).. "About five years ago I began door neighbors. repurchased and ran it three years boosted, who toured several times Rockcastlo County. Kentucky, As .. a cam'.idatu for Ranrcucntativo from. taking Chamberlain's Tablets after ine 7uui jgiHiauve .usirici, com .o.seu aml sol(1 t0 present owner, K S all the counties to the south east A, O. Stanley, Democratic (Km . "Sure, Icon, ' replied Hubby. and bounded , and described as suffering ' from indigestion and of the counties of Laure' and Rock-- , filtered telephone and fired the hearts of the Moun didate for Governor, spoke twice 'Just suppose Brown hud been a follows castlo, subject to the Republican Pri-- , Albright. constipation for jeara without .mary, August 7, 1015. Beginning business with A. II. Bastin, o.f Lair taineers w;th enthusiasm lor good in Richmond last Monday to more Mortnan andhadto pay alimony at a stake attho finding anything to relinve me. We Are Authorized to Announce nmj rnn lnes f rom Stanford roads generally and Boono Way than 1000 people. The first to a wliolo flock of Wives. Lvirnnrnf Mnin sfrof.nnrt Williams Chamberlain's Tablets hnlnn-- mo cliSleri at once and Crab Orchard to Mt Vornon in particular. The rosult is known. speaking took place in court bouse Wouldn't that be worse?" itreet, and thence running with several and bv uaintr thnm tnv As a candidate for RenresLutatlve from . weeks I was cured f the Main street 120 feet to a stake: complaint," telephone Road issues have been voted as into which all couldn't crowd so a the 70th Legislative district, composed in 18l'8, remained writes Mrs. Mary E. of I the counties of Laurel and Rock wrkuitil autumn of 1011, ontire follows: thence nearly south 215 to a McMullen, Phelps, N. Y. For $250,000, second speaking outside was callFOR FLETGHERVC . Bell county castle, subject to the Republican Pri since which timo he lias devoted Knox $200,000; Whitley 250,000; ed for. stako at an alloy, tuquco wita tho sole by all dealers. mary, August 7, mo y MT. VERNON SIGNAI it Big Reduction on all Furniture: Dresser. Tables, Wachstands. Sideboards, Q( Folding Hods. One used Piano for $35 c BsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB, This Bank Wishes to Keep , Constantly e four-hors- TICJr Business And Prepared To Care For It. lo-o- f t8 j I PEOPLES veruuu $1,02-1,000.00- . TO MAMMOTH CAVE t V.,k BANK ivtiuutRy Lancaster n CASTOR A N OtaTU ..... ...:.. jt f 111 Ohildfe3aCl" I C A S.T0 1 ' I ji4 . m ' v-- I? ft1 . ' j. r - '. I ?.," Stanford, came up Tuesday, Mr, Billon returning the samo day. at Mrs,. Hilton will spend several Fish's. Cash tings loud at Fish's. Mt. Vernon, Ky, June 11 1915 of Louis- days with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hardin, 3'here may be clothes as good ville, is here this week on account Mrs. J. R. Cass. Mt.'.Vernrin Fair August, 5, 6. up No. 7q" wtionrC, Specials but they as Fish's 15 I will be. in Brddhead Monday, wun toOgmmunl.'H or the serious illness of her fathIt pays to pay cash and trade at cost $2o. ante with BIQNAI, er, J. B. Purcell. We understand Juno 14th. with the "MAXFish's. W. M. Poynter sold to J. M. however, that Mr. Purcell is WELL 25"' to demonstrate. I When you come to the Circus Craig 7 hogs which weighed 4980 slightly improved. Mrs. Edd will 1)0 glad to show this wonderf next Wednesday come in and see lbs. at 7 cts. Sturgeon, of Louisville, is with ful little car to all that are inter ' what a little cash will do at Fish's T. C O'MAKA, Agt., The W. J. Sparks Co. Baseball her mother, Mrs. Mary Johnson, ested. Mt. Vernon, Ky The Warren County (Kentucky) boys have new uniforms and are a here this, week. The local base Strawberry Grower's Association very of LOUMVILU 4 NAtHVlUC R R.CO. attractive bunch of youngs- ball team received at the hands has shipt over 150 c.irs to Eastern ters. Brack Durham is the man- the Sparks Quarry team at Mt. TIME TABLE market", at satisfactory prices. Vernon, on Tuesday of last week, High ager. , 22 ncitn 5.04 pm vour a walloping at a tune of 14 to 5, Trade at Fish's and got It has been suggested that we 24 nortn '.... 8:50 a m boys seemed glad to get absolutely Free. picture enlarged designate Thursday of the Mt. and the 11:31 aw 28 smith They spoke very off so well. in the Ask about it, sro samples Vernon Fair as Louisville Day. ; 'J J ootith 12:13 am highly of the treatment accorded window. Of course the boosters will all want Jas. Lakdkum, Agent. them, and acknowledged that the K. J. Smith bought of Pine Hill to come back. Phone No. 8. defeat was a just one. W. R. parties, 8 head of young cattle at a George D. Burdette, who was Brown, of Louisville, was with Judges, Mayors and Prominent Busitto Gus - Kntereil at the Mt Veruon, Ky. Poitoffice good figure and , resold, ness Man Try Premier born and lived in this county in Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Elder last mall matter. ai itcond-c.Staverson at a fair proiit. Preparation. his younger days but now a Lex- week. Walter Mr. and Mrs was here Smith, of Crab Orchard, were Emeral, Tif- ington Insurance man Lost: Ring, with PERSONAL fany setting. Liberal reward for this week shaking hands with old the guests of her parents, Mr, and Lexington, Ky June friends. Mrs. J. M. 0ven, last Friday and "I have sold Tanlac siuce the Mrs. B. J Bcthurum is with return. 6 4 3L RpnT. McKiiNzlE. Will Griffin, a young man who Srturday. .The Rev. H.T.Young, beginning of its introduction in relatives here. to the Mayors of a old Miller Orchard of Mt. Vernon, delivered a very Lexington, lives on tho J. M. Brown was hen) from East One of the free attractions fltir plaee near town was thrown fram interesting sermon at the Christian number of cities, County Judges, Uernstadt Saturday. ing tho Mt. Vernon Fair week will a mule on West Main street near church here last Friday evening. Circuit Judges, and to many of the who Miss Bernico Landrum wasin DIAVOLO The Air Rider, Williams street crossing He made many friends while here most prominent business men and the Danville during he week. ladder over 100 will leap from a Wednesday evening and resulted and has a Handing invitation to orofessionl men in Kentucky," Miss Eugenia Fishback is visit-ins- feet high. in a possible fracture of the right return. F.L. Durham came down said Wm. E. Stagg, the Lexington m the Wildie section. with him. Mr. and Mrs. E R. druggist. Alhpersons holding claims hip bone. 1) C. Craig was with his parents against the estate .T. Scott, of L. Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, were the "Tho demand for the preparaFrankfort, Ky., Quuil, Saturday night. present same to me, at guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.M.Piatt, tion has been phenomenal. In all deed., will Dear Sir: Friday and Saturday. Miss Ouia of my twenty years' experience in Mrs. J. C. West spent Sunday proporly proven. Your nomination papers enof Quail, was the guest of the drug business I have never East Bernstadt. Cummins. Dkk at ltond and titling your name to appear on the Brown, M. Hiatt this week. The Adnir. of L. J. Scott ballot for Fred Krueger made a business the Primary Election to Mrs.JA. G Ashor, of Bell county, 'seen anything to equal it. Hon, E L.ejci ngton. "In addition to the Lexington trip to Richmond and LIBRARY beheld August 7, 1915, have boon was here Friday in the interest of demand, 'Tanlac has bceu shipped R. A. Welch lias been suffering All people who wish to use tho received and appro ed, and have the would be pikes. Prof. J. L. from my store to Kansas City, Mo. for a weok or public library may call at Mr. J.S. accordingly been hied as of from rheumatism Pilkonton was in Middlesboto, Colorado Sptings, Colo.; Denver, more. Very truly yours, Irvine's residence on West Main i9i5. Pineville and Danville last Week. Colo.; Memphis, Tenn., Meridian, (Sigded) CKcir. H. Vansant. Thomas Proctor has been on street and take out books. J. Mrs W. G. McBee, of Mt. Vernon, Miss ; Bonnilla, ?. D.; Pittsburg, Ass't. Sec'y. of State. the sick list two weeks but is imwas the guostof her grandmoth- Pa.; Jacksonville, Fla ; I ouisville, The Rockcastle County ChrisDr. Webb says he is in this race proving. will er, Mrs. S. A. Barnes, during tho Ky.; Tiffin. Ohio; Cincinnati, Ohio; Bible School Convention , tian all prospects so James G. Davuult & N brake-man- be held at Brodhead Sunday to win and from week. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Car- Columbia, Tenn.; Palm Beach, Fla; was with his mother during August 29th.' The programme far, says 'ho is sure a winner. Adv ter were in Stanford, Tuesday. Phoenix, Ariz ; Los Angeles, Cal., tlte week. The strawberry, cream and Cashier A. M. Hiatt attended tho and many other points too numerwill appear in these columns in Luther Hamlin has a position the near future. cake festival recently held by tho Bankers' meeting at Crab Orchard ous to mention.' You may rest asLumber Co. with the. ladies of the church, at the depot Friday. R. S. Jett, of Mt. Vernon, sured that every city in Kentucky Common School Diplomas at Auville. park, was quite a success and the was with A T. Furnish here Sat- also has heard of Tanlac. in the J. Martin and Win. Linville Those who made grades Common proceeds have been applied to the urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. "I can only account for the J. for few Fund. Our thanks are' due A. M. Hiatt, Miss Miranda Tate. great demand for this preparation of the Scaffold Uane section were May examination please come to School Diplomas to Miss McCord and the people of Bronston Elder and Everett Wat by the fact that it is a good medihere'Tuesday. office and the Langdon Memorial School for son attended the Commencement cine. That is proved by the num Thompson of the Superintendent's Miss Tannah get same. W. H. erous statements from those who for the assistance, given and also at Berea. Wednesday. Crab Orchard, is with Mr. aud ladies and friends of the Lynch, of Wayland, who.had been have tested the medicine and are to the Mrs. Wm. Poynier. TeacHers Examination. church, for their service and at- vlth Eddie Heron, at Louisville, now convinced of its excellent Bray, promiuontypung Geo.N. The. lime examination for tendance. The music supplied by tor the pasr" two weeks, was here merits The public has evidently frafinEtVOfvthe Wabd section, was will bo held in the was quite a Tuesday. Mr Heron underwent not been slow to appreciate the the chapel of the Langdon Memorial in tOWn )luucauu;. feature, and enjoyed by everyone. an operation about two weeks ago Tanlac merit. ' Cecil Willfom,wasifcie?Satur. School at Mt. Vernon, on next "Practically $20,000,00 worth and Mr. Lynch brought him here a day visiting relative's and talking Friday and Saturday, tho 18 and for ft few ..weeks recuperation. of Tanlac has been sold and dis Memorial igth of June. HenrvBosworth for Govergon Miss Dixie Wllllanison.oofjho tributed thru my store within the Mayor and' Mrs. J. F.'Griflln For Sai.r: One National Cash, Langdon MomoriaJ School at Mt. past few weeks. Such a demand and family spent Sunday with Mr. Register. Registers from ore Vornon Js tho guest of. MlseEilla is most certaiuly unprecedented. Griffin's mother at Green Hill. cent to $1,99. has 2o keys ands in "My associations with Mr. Coop The following services will- be Carson .this week.- - Mrs. A.Tt Furnish was in Mt.' Vernon, Tues- er and the agency for Tanlac has .Mrs. W. H. Fish and littlo son fust class condition. Can't tell it held next Sunday 18th: havo returned has ever been used. Bargain. In William Baker, day, between trains. been very pleasant. I therefore Sabbath school willjiell cheap. from a two weeks stay with rein- Morning service t 1. Subject, of Lancaster, and J. M. Cress, of take pleasure in commending Mr W. M. Owens, . tives.in Londou. PreachersvJUe, were here during Cooper aud his very excellent at ' "Tho Incarnate Word of God." Burr, Ky. . the week buying cattle, hogs and preparation." 6 30 p. m. Toe Frve. a nouular traveling 0 10 3t C. E. Society Frank Ward, assistant 8 p. m. . Sermon sheep. Tanlac, tho premier preparation here from Knoxville Berea College graduNight service Among the man was Monday, enroute to Central Ken ates this year are Morris Arch- r by Rev. J. M. Macmillan. This agent for the L. & N. at Junction is on sale in Mt. Vernon at Chas. Phillips of Wildie, Academy Dept. is tl o monthly union service and City, was with home folks hero C. Davis' drug store and can also tucky in his little Ford. Mr. and Mrs. be obtained at the Central Drug of Wildie, tho congregation of the Christian during the weok. Ballingor, Ye editor and family spent part William Burdette Chosnut and Ray church will meet with us. Rev. Allen Hiatt, of Quail, were guests Co's. store in Livingston and John the Kentucky of the week with of the Hiatt section, all from Mr. Young will assist in the ser- of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt dur- Robins' drug store at Brodhead, editors at Olympian Springs and tho Agricultural Dept., and Miss vice. We extouj a itodrial invita- ing the week. T. B. Cass is at Ky. with relatives at Lexington. home this week. J. H. Ward was f.ou Pbillios of Wildie. from the tion to all. Rev. W. G. Durham, Owen Al Home Science Dept. Prayer meeting every Wednes at Lebanon and Lebanon Juncton len, Billie Mnllins and uncle Henry Frank MIGHTY HAAG SHOWS iho iirst of tho week. If you owe me you know It anp day at 7.30 p, m. MuUinsofthe Eastern section of Brooks, of Crab Orchard, was in at Kings as I am now located tha county, wero in town Tuesday Misses Etta NOTICE town Wednesday. Mountain, Ky., and cannot see s Cable, Minnie and Elizabeth Gon- - Two Performances Given In This City Marshall Owens you in person, you are requested Mr. and Mrs. The Mt. Vernon Fair assocla Yesterday. section, spent try attended the Commencement of the Maretburg to call and see my brother, Wallace tion will meet at the Court House Suuday witli Mr. and Mrs. K J. Laswell, who has your account. Saturday, Juno 19th at 1 o'clock. exotcises of the Eastern Kentucky Although the weather was very State Normal at Richmond this McKlnney at the Mt. Vornon "You havo had my service, now I Let ever stockholder who can posunsettled yesterday, the Mighty week. Thoy will visit Lexington, need tho pay. Call and settle at sibly can be here come. Importtwo perform-ances- , Danville and rthor points before Haag Shows gave Respectfully, ant matters to be looked after. returning. - Mrs. B, Pike and Jennio Morrow Miller aud once. ar.d'evening, and Miss afternoon J. are W. D. Laswell. This year is going to be the banre. brothers, Julian and Wtlburn Miss Sue Cable, are visit" at each performance the shows sjster, MiiPiulinErtho summer with Mr. ner year. Contracts have already ilig large and wll deserved The local Baseball boys are do in Corbin this week. 0 H. ceived a uud Mrs.'.S. W. Davis at Mystic. ing some very good vvork this been lot for more atractions than tf'rith was in Mt Vornon between patronage. The acrobatic per any previous year, and' home men Ky. year. They roport that thav have Misses Rose formauces were of a high class, trains Wednesday daughter, not lost a gamo so far this season, are'askine for reserve stable room. McCord aud Mary ClarksJii.of hit. there being stunts not usually Mrs. WJ. Spark and No. 1, the bard to get The W- - I. Swain SJjqvv Vernon, were the guests of Mr. seen in these shows. The show Miss Martha, attended commence- They are working its kind in t)e U, ponies and University. J. J. some new uniforms and the people largest show of ment of Central and Mr9- W- - H. Anderson, Wed also has a fine lot of of the gradu- - should attend all the games and S Is already billed for the For nesJay and Thursday. Miss Eila monkeys to please the children, Bephurura was one in and lets flx plans encourage. The Manager is Jamie week.- Come Carson gave a leoturo at the Chest- besides the herd of performing ates. for our largest and best exhibition and a better posted Ridge School House, Tuos- - elephants, tigers, hyenas, boarsMiss Bessie DeBord, daughter Thompson, 4, 5 and Cth, Don't forget nut indur1you will not find in this sec- Aug. W. and several other animals, day, on canning fruits, e'.c ot V. J. DeBord of tbd Walnut fan the date of meeting, Juno 19th at In fact the horned horse M. Burton, of Lancaster, was hero inr the iGrpve seetion, in Pulaski county, tion o'clocki Jas. Marrt, Sec'y. Wednesday buying mules Ho show is one of tho cleanest and at Berea College this Services at Christian graduated here. All rofuU lead to Fish's lor good bought one from Sam Roberts for best ever exhibiting . tweek. Church for Sunday clothes. Mr. E. Haag, the owner of the 150, and one from W.H Albright theBuVr Is pleasant .southern Mrs. Geo. Treadway of Our merchant, J. M. show, a very Enlarged Photographs free for for $135, Wtinn. died Monday morning gentleman, his homo being in school 9:45. Sunday a littlo cash trade at Flshs, See Adams sold seven yearling calves Shreveport. La , and he is conTuesday at the Preaching 1 i a. m. and was buried to R. L. Smith, Wednesday, for samples. near the nected with several enterprises In Faliu burying ground Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. $200. "Mr. Adams bought these Preaching service for the evenhome. that cit' Fish's wool serge suit at $7.50 calves a few months ago for $98. 1! any show deserved patronage Southard, little son ing, a union service with the con- cash, would cost you ten dollars W. E, Gravely and I. B. Storm Dr. D. B. daughter, Gladys, of gregation of the Presbyterian or more in credit stores. It pays are treating 'thoir residence to in tho south it is on; owned by Richard and souuiurn peopie, uuu uiusc i"-nto pay cash and trade at Fish's. Stanford, were here yesterday en- - church, in their house. a uew coat of paint, which adds the Haag Shows may rest as see the Doctors moth In Woman's Club Gives Picture rnnto to The many friends of J. E. Wnl-le- greatly to the general appearance sured that tbov will receive lair .tbe'Southern part of this county. the Q. & C. detective will be In our report of the Crab Or- treatment and get their money', Show glad to know that he has been ful- chard Masonic banquet we uninMack Morgan, son of Green worth. The Woman's Club will give a ly exonerated in every' particular tentionally failed to mention that Morgan, who formerly lived in the The show leaves the city this this county good 'picture show, at the Boone for the killing of one of the band Guy Roberts, ,Master of Brod-hea' Freedom section of morning for Mockville, where two Lodge, No. 550, was presgraduated from the Agricultural Way Opera House, on Monday which had been making wholesale performances will be given toDept. of Berea College this week. evening, June 14th. Arrange- robberies of Q. & C. freight at ent. He was. there, bowover, and morrow. Winston Salem Journments have been made to gat three High Bridge. The Grand Jury of full hoad a,nd shoulders above tho ." Mr. and Mrs. Carter McDowell al. - good films, one oi which, will be Jessamine county, after bearing very large audience. Big Circus Batoriflast Bernstadt, came down particular interest to the child' the evidence, voted unanimously, in town Tuesday next, Mrs. Bet- urdaytosee Mrs. McDowells of ren. mere win do two snows in mat rar. waiion uniy auieu in sen tio Hale attepded the closing exmother, Mrs. Dally, who was badly at the regular defense and did no more than his ercises of Berea College this week; . FOR FLETCHER'S the one evening, hurt when brovyn from a buggy I duty required, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hilton, of price. last week. MjVVERNON SIGNAL LOCAL More Dollar Shoes at Fish's. Something new every day 11UODHUAO . 79 1 Officials Taking Tanlac - I I u LIFE SIZE PHOTOGRAPH Made from any small picture n-1- 5. FREE We want your business, and have arranged to give you these high-claenlargements of any photos you would like to have reproduced. They aire made by a new process ss ? ' WE GET CUT PRICES to introduce this new work, and fpr a short time only, we are able to furnish the pictures to you absolutely without charge; and if you trade a few dollars more with us we.can supply you with frames also free of charge. Trade $5.00 cash at our store, then we make you a life size $5. photograph and frame, it complete for $ J, 75 Boud-Fole- y es Trade $15.00 cash at our store, then we make you this photograph FREE Trade $30.00 cash at our store, then we make you this photograph and frame it FREE. Victor-Victrol- ft McFarland Presbyterian Church - These, Photographic Enlargements. are perfect likenesses of the. small pictures you give us to work fi'Qin small pictures are returned to you in good shape. k" i hard-luck- , ! TAEY SEE SAMPLES IN OUR WINDOW ARE WORTH WHILE - Mc-Har- g Hfi'iTITiirlMM' mMLJiiSmeiUilliiiLi tvUZZIfZWRSM tfMVHRMSvbJer SEaiiswasEKS'S"-- U!l!iilkl!lila4'U9i9 EnlffiqWaiHl l85iiff3!nSK"Sl Ho-JLe- l. MT. VERNON ii WED., JUNE ll - - DIXIE "PRIDE THE v 1 . fr FEATURES LTKPuincc $50.0QOHOR5ESrlOW I THRILLS IL.THAN ANY ruut uuwu AfurD.cununiJPkRTH ' "'""U PARADE AT IQA.n. II" ACTS. ACRES OF VATERRROOF TENTS B SflOWS TANGO ELEPHANTS! g W' -- an"" Prices reduced to 25& 35c Only Onk Entirely Satispac-touy- . FOU AN IMPAIRKD d . - "I diarrhoea remedies, but tho only strengthens the ditjestioii try a Tab-lo'one that has given mo intiro satis- tow doses of Chamberlain's Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Detroit, faction and cured me when I was afflicted is Chamberlain's Colic, Mich , says: "They restored my s. have tried various colic and To improve tho AlTBTlTE. aryotite and Children Ory X CASTOR Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I recommend it to mv friends at all limes." writes S. N. Galloway. Stewart, S. C. For sale bj all dealers. appetite when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused u pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels." For sale by ull dealers. V i A: y V. L . sail MhW ftii- - -- " ? vy y .Af MTfir "V i -- u - r - 1 j "YP,",V,9V4'' - ..... nhil Hi I'll in lii -- SSSa5S ITSw BfcMMlliMtfBfcltfcBM 3IASTE11 COMMISSIONERS SALE Every Transaction in this the best Bank is for o Whooo CUSTOMERS Intoroato Aro Firat and Foromoot With I Interest our Hniiitlftd W. D. Wttllln, etu VS. Atlveitisemeut of S.tlo. 3uy Wivllin, etc., Defendants. ') I) wio L" ' transaction which d:d not. in make for the best Interests of our cusevery way, tomers. Anything not to your liking is far from our start put your L desire. Let us give you acomfort and prosroad to safety, feet on the perity. Li's an easy road to travel once you have started. Wo would sanction no Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety. ivitdui'cil at tliu Arpll Term thereof, .!' mi r,. i.i il... i,,. o...i...i ..ti., i oiw.il ....... in wiu imvit akjjtu milium, outtip proceed to offer for tule, lit the front door of tho Court IIoiuo, In Mt. Vernon Kentucky, at publio miction, on .Mon day tho 28th dii.v of June, 101C, between the hours of 0 o'clock n m nnd 4 o'clock p in, it being li regular Comity Court tiny, to the highest mid Vest bidder, tho to-vl- t, ordorof f.ua ui me kooicisuc circuit, toiirt, ' Uy virtue of a judgment and The Bank of Mt. Vernon The Bank that takes care of tmmi its Customers . x&x$y&x$&alix H inatpc&-yctex$x- c Building Material Flooring Ceiling Siding Cornice Doors If you are thinking of building or repairing it will pay you to see Bracket s Rooling KoofPaint PROCTOR Sash Columns Mckenzie They carry a line of build-inmaterial in stock. g & Lathes Plaster Cement Sand X DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES xapc)c(:xcac fill gsssg3gs-a-agsarrsarar UNDERTAKES (i Our line of Couch Casket. i is unexceiia a W awBussmm Promptly Filled by Wire J Collins furnished)) Hearse sent to all parts ot the County. Hand-mad- e All orders S W. A. COX,i hone 94-- MT. VERNON, KY. If you have a house-paintijob that requires good paint he sure to get ng Green Seal Paint That will make satisfaction certain. This paint has been endorsed by master-painter- s for 25 years. It gives a beautiful, durable finish. Works smoothly and spreads easily. "Made to Wear" Comes in 49 ful tints and shades. beauti- Haima9s H IIs following decritcd property, Three tracts'of land located In Rockcastle County, Kentucky, bounded and described ivs folioWs: FIRST TKACT: A parcel of land ly TBRMS: Said tracts of land will bo lng on tho waters of Copper Creek. Beginning "t ii stouo on tliu south side sold ou a credit of Six Months, and the of the Crob Orchard rond. corner to Commissioner will take from tho pur. John Killings; thence N 64 W 114 poles chaser, or purchasers, bond, payable to iv whilu oak N 45tf W 8 polew to a to himself, with approved security ftr young walnut; N37 V 10 polea to four young white w limits nenr n brancn; N the purchase price, txmring legal inter13 W 71 pole t a Miiall bliuk wiilnt t, est from day of wiluntil paid, and N l',i W lSpJius to a sugar tree: N GJJ having the forcu and ellect of a judg II pole sugar tree; N 'J7K W to another V 9i polea to a sugar tree on tho side ment. Amount to M Madu: of u blmi; iN 45 V loi poles to a stake; N 2 j W 4 poles to the creek: thence N 2G Debt, J350 00, with Interest (0 per cout) w crossing emeu, ami Willi tlie old bid from Juno 21, 1014, subject to a credit of thecicek, 21 poles; K 40 U 10 Doles: of J18.00, paid March 1015, and cost S B 17 poles; thernw N :4 B follow for which the llrst tract of laud do- ing across mo ixju ot Htvlu crcit where scrilwd herein is to lie sold it partly now inns xu poles; tiicncu up said crccK in me iniutiiu witu to mean Debt, $203.00, with 0 per cent interest ders S 83 K 42 poles; N 10 W 35 jwles from Juno 26, 1014, and cost, fot .N (13 e in poios; s 70 a 42 poles; h 40 which the Bccsnd tract of land is to be B 15 poles to a whito walmtl m the south r to Jane RoWta sold side of slid teeuce b 2u i: as iioles to a stone; thence G S GRIFFIN, Master Com N 04 K 42 poles toa fallen white oakand Hoclcivstle Circuit Couit n joung elm and cherrj .corner to Jane Roberts; thence S HO poles B 74 poles to a burnt white oak stump and stonu N 40 Gkt Rid of Your Rukumatism v 1 ixIes to a wlnUi oak stump nud NowisthiiUme to not rid of poles to a whito oak your stone N 40 W 1 rheumatism. You can do i. 67 ,4 E 43 4 a witness tree; thence r Liui poles to iv stone near the Crub Orchard it you apply Clmmbeiliun's rond; thence S 23 B 22 poles to a vouiil' tnent. W. A. uockliard, liotntr rcu o.ik ami pluo on a hill side above a City, N. Y., wittcs, "Last spring school iiouse; thence b 55 W 71 poles to I suffered from rliou mutism with a young chestnut o.ik on a ridge-cornnrms Mtid to Fish, King and John KUpllng; thenco terrible puius in uiy N 04 V IIM poles to tho lieginning, con- shoulders. I gat a bottle ol taining 143 acres, more or less, nnd the Chamberlain's Liniment tiHCOND TRACT: A pareel of land first Application relieved me. by ilso lying on tho waters of Copper usiug one bottle of it I was entire creek. ly cured." For sale by a deal HcL'inninir at a white walnut on the ers. r to said south side of said Wivlliu; thence his line S 2G B 58 poles corner; thence N 04 B 42 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S to a stonc-hi- s SALB poles to a fallen white oak and cherry-divisio- n corner of John K Roberts and J. V. Hasty, I'laintill Jas V Wallin: thenco N 20i V67 polee VS Advertisement sf bale. to iv stake in Roberta back line crossing Defendant Fish, l'opicrcrtek-thi- d Hue is to be a straight Valh-eline from the white oak comer on south lly virtue of a judgment and order of side of the Copper Creek road, grant- sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, or's and grantce's-meanlnJohn K rendered nt its April Term, 1015, in the to tho Roberts and Jns F Wallin-corne- r back line lapping over the above cher above styled action, I shall proceed to ry and fallen white oak; then with their offer for sale, at public-- , auction, to the Hack line S 38 W ahout 20 i poles to a highest and bust bidder, ' at tho front stake-thci- r stuko corner; thenco S 70 V 28 poles, crossing tho creek to the be- door of the Courthouse, in Mt Vernon ginning, containing about 13 acres, Kentucky., ou Monday, the 28th day of more or less. Juno, i915-i- t being a regular County TIlIkD TRACT: A small piece of Court day, between thohours of Oo'clock land lying on tho south side of the Cop a m and 4 o'clock p in., tho following per creek road-i- t being a part of tho described real estate lying and bulnif In jaue Kobert'ri tract 01 Mini, ana hound Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and on ed as follows: the waters of Rcnfroes creek, 'and Beginning at an old whito oak stump known as thoJnirtl Menifee tract of And stone with a white oak poiuUir corner of said track and of James 1' land, which coatnins 120 acres more or less, and bounded as follows: Wallin: thence with his lino N 20 W poles to a stake in tho center of the Outho North by tho lands of Katie Copper Creek County road; thence with Dollins ( now Brocks Ao) on tho Bust by C9 B 10 poles to a slake ut the lands of 7. R Ilrock, ou'the said road S South foot of the hill where the Gum Sulphur by the lauds of Chas Spoonamore, and olT-- a I'eop on tlie West by tho lands of John Robroad turns corner to Abraiu les: thence S 20 K2 poles to 11 vtako- - ins. corner 01 two tracts or saui wallin; ' Also the undivided interest, and all theuca with iv line of his own tract N 07 W 40 poles to the beginning, con the interest the defendant, Valicey Pish titlniug acres, more or less. has in tho real estate of her late husTERMS: baid sale will bo made on a band, A T Fish, deed., and being a credit of Six Mouths, and the Commis-sinnetract of land In Rockcastle County, Ky. will take from tho purchaser on the waters of Clear creek, and being said land as bond, payable to hhnsolf, with arlprov hor undirided interest in cd surety, for tho purchase price, bear the widow of the said A T I'ish, deed,, ing legal interest from tho day of sale which land is bounded as follows: until paid, and having the force and On the North by the lanns of W II Pish, on the Bast by the lands of Abraeffect of n judgment. Soutli by Uranamau's heirs, Said above described tracts of land ham lands of the heirs ofon thuBrnnimaii H S tho lielng sold by the Master Commis and on tho West bv the lands of I, T aro sioner for the purpose of settling up Stewart, nnd containing 200 acres, inoic or less. the estate of Jas. F Wallin, deed. Said tracts of lrnd shull be sold separG. S. GRIFFIN, Master Com., Rockcastle Circuit Court ately, but each as a whole, und if lirst described tract brings enough to satisfy Constipation Cured Onkunigiit the judgment In this action, then the A small dose of Po-DLax to- other, or second tract herein described, night and you enjoy a full, free, will not bo sold, that is tho defendant's easy bowel movement in tho morn- Interest in same. Amount To Be Made: ing. No griping, for DE..T, $1000.00, with legal ihterest is Popodliyllm (May Applo) with ut the gripe. corrects from Nov, 0, 1013, and cost of this ache cause of Constipation by tion, irousing the Liver, increasing the TERMS: Said sale will be made on a flow of bile, liiw is'Nature s an ciedit of Six Months, and the Commis-- ' jiseptic in the bowels. With sioner will take from the purdhasor, or pr-pamount of bilo, digestion purchasers, bond with approved securcty m Dowels is periect. jno gas, no for the purchaso price, payable to himfermentation, no Coustipatton. self! and bearing legal interest from Don't be sick, nervous, irritable. day of sale nutll paid; and having the Get a bottlo of from force and effectof a judgment. G S. GRIFFIN, iM aster Com, your Druggist now und euro your 'Rockcastle Circuit Court Constipation overnight. y. -' thenco a stake in tho outside lino with pinters on the west slue near satd creek thence with satd line S 15 V 884 poles toa Btone, said Reiiner'tf corner; thence S 311 K 32 polos to tiui beginning Tins takes a part of Bbaros 8 and 9 in the division of Francisco's land, and conacres- - From trtti boundary tains 133 is oxoluded, however, 28 acres sold by tho grantor, J. W Marler to Marion Denhain Also tliu following described tract of land located on the waters of Skcggs i:rcok nnd bounded as follows: lauds, of John On tho north by tho Fletcher; on the east by tho lands of J Hcthurum; on the V Marler and II J south by tho lands of T. M Fayne, nnd Ren- nn thn w.nt bv the lands oi ner. ivnii containing 03 acrus, but out of tills bounJnry is excluded tenacrcs tf coal land bought by V A Cox from t5eo Cummins, and the sivuio same bb.au shown by boundary given In said deed Said tracts of land will bo sold ncpui-atol2 I Sparks Quarry Wins a Double-head- er Last Thursday wee Brodheid bail team met Sparks Quarry at for n double-heade- r which resulted in a double victory for the latter. Drew who pitches for the Qunrry boys was sick in bed, but managed to stagger out to 1 10 grourds and pitched both games. Brodhoad scored 5 runs in the first game and had it not been lor nn error on short s,top, Durham, it the last game Brod-heawould have been shut out Umpires, Mullins and Albright both gnmes. Batteries tirst game for Brodhead, Haggard and Hays, Sparks Quarry, Drew and Owens. Second game, Brodhoad, Wallen and Pike, Sparks Quarry, Drjjw d - Children Cry for Fletcher's Mt. Vernon TI10 yNX'"CC$SJCCCCCCfCCSCC' Kind You IIivvo Always Bought, and nltlch lias lccn or. iu uso for over 30 years, lias bornotno signaturoper- Ins - nnd. lias uccn mnuo unuor Infancy. A onal supervision Blnco Its V -- VS-f-1 ? Wutfyfy J'CC'CcuM, Allow no ono to dccclvo you In this. " aro but All f!mmtfrfcits. Imitations nnd i llxpcilments that triflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. jy Just-ns-iro- od . CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, a harmless Castorla Is 11(1 OWvMlS. First Game 1 Drodhead Upouooui Second Gnmo 2356780 1 Sparks Quarry Brodheid Sparks Quarry 060250002 123456789 00010 3 .1 1 goric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlicr Nnrcotio substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allaj s l'ovorlshiiess. Tor moro than thirty years it has boon In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Plarrluuii. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. ' The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Pare- 2i GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS o o Bears the Signature of Case of Leprosy Reported Tennessee HcalthJAuthorities Of Disease Find Victim ercuk-coruc- Chattanooga, Tenu., June 5. dis- - 4 Tlu first case of leprosy ever civereuin lennossee lias ueen found in Dickson bounty by the State Board of Health, according The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years NW TH CIHTAUD COMI"MV. VOHH CITY, ti advices from Nashville. Curley Nickoll, aged 17, is the reported victim of the disease. Nickell was s nt to the Louisiana leper colony. OANNOT BE CUR ED by local applications, os they carj not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by co.istiitition.il remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condit lining of the ion if tho mucous When this Tube. Eustachian tube is niilameu you imvo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the infiamation can be taken out and this tube restored to normal condition, beating will be destroy ed forov'er; dine cases out ten arc caused by Catarrh, which is noth ing but an inllamcd condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness (caused by calarrh) that cannot ibe cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. K J. Cuhnhy & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, "5c. Pake Hall's "Family Pills for DEAFNESS creek-corne- When you want General Merchandise g Farm Implements, go to JONAS McKENZTE THE . W OLD R1E L I.fl B L E u . W WWW ! t : eB ifiiitiiilitfllllltlltfllllll,ll 1 : ! : : : s 1 1 : t j : t j j : 1 1 1 1 1 : s j t t j : j .. ... . HASTE 11 COJUUSISONEll'S SALE Bank of Mt. Vernon, VS W. F. Dm- - ... Plaintiff Deft's 1 CHAS. r Warren, etc., o or x MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE teSissi J- - Formula appears on every package. . Sold by B. NOE Kentucky. Mt. Vernon, i7i SRHIH (St I I IT J. . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life Btato Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses nnd Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two Bplcndld dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice jchooU department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestic Science. First Term begins September 7, Second Term November 10, Third Term January 2S, Fourth Term April.6, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Free. j. . cilAUDK, Vre.Hent. li tlUI 111)0 Bank of Mt Vernon, Plaintiff. VS I Advertisement of Sale J W Marler and Sarcna Marler, Defts. Uy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered nt ltB April Term, I0r5, in tho above styled action, I shall proceed to offer for sale, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, at the front door jf tho Courthouse, in Mt. Vernon, Ken tucky, on Monday tho 28th day of June 1015-l- t being a regular County Court day. betweon tho hours of 0 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p 111, tho following le scribed real estate located in Rockcastle Ccu'ity, Kentucky, on tho Dry Fork of Skejfgs creek, and bourided as follogs Beginning' ot a sugar tree on the west mint ot 1110 ury fork ot Skegg fjreek. now Gran ' Rentier's cornor; thence down said creek bv deed to John Sow ier. (This lino improperly loft out of miu ueeuj a in is m w poles to a white oak with pointers on tho east bank of tho creek S 37 K 06 poles to a itnko In Nathans Ilroy's line; thenco tho' iiu annul tine; inenco nia line N 1S K 43 poles to a poplar and back oak (at 41 ) thence N 15 W 78 polos to a stake in said line, 8 poles and 4 links short of Smith's corner, with black oaU and chestnut oak", gum and hickory pointers t boiiiir a division corner mad" e between shares 8 and Oof the Francisco state: -- Teething babies always have a bard tirhe of it when this process occcrs in hot weather. They not only have to contend with paimul gums but the stomach is disordered, bowols loose and the body un comfortable. The best help you can give the little sufferer is Baby Hlixir. It corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets the bowels and trelps digestion. Price 25c and 5O0 per bottle. Sold by John Robins. Brodhead, Ky. Mc-Gee'- s CASTORIA Thirty-Si- x J3r. Children dry FLETCHER'S FOR . For well-corked 25 Oents King's New Life Pills are glass now supplied in bottles, containing 36 sugar coat-ewhite pills, for 25c. one pill with a glass of water before retiring is an average dose. Easy and pleasant fo take. Effective and Cheap and positive in results. economical ta use. Get a bottle today, t,ake a dose vour' bo relieved in Constipation will the morning. 36foa25C, at all Druggists, i to-nig- ht AND Plaintiff. Harvo Bradley, VS Defendant W. F. Warren, By virtue of a judgment and order of safe of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its April Term, l'Ji.s, in tho above styled actions, I shall proceed to offer foi to the sale, at Brjblicauction, on Satur highest day, the likiruay of June, rai5, between the hours of 9 o,clocka m. and 4 o'clock p. m., at the mill near Jim Walk Mullins', two miles below Livingston, Kentucky, the following described personal prop erJty,', vif , One saw mill, Boiler. Engine, Saw Rig, Belts and all fix tures thereto belonging; also out Band Saw, which will bo sok' separately. TERMS: Said sale will bo mad? ou a credit of Three Months and tiie Commissioner will take from the purchaser bonds with approv ed security f r the purchase pric . one bond for tho Band 'Saw, ana , the other bond for tlio, ether payable to himself, and bear ing legal interest from the day ol and haviug the sale until paid, (orco and effect of a judgment. G. S.GRLPPIM, Master Cotntn'r. Rockcastle Circuit Court If you have this itch, don't It does not cure the scratch trouble and makes the skin bleed. Apply Ballar'd's Snovy Liniment. Rub it in gontly on. the affected parts It relieves itching instant ly anil a few applications removes the qause thus performing a permanent cure. Price 25c, 5OC and $1. per bottle.- Sold by John Robins Brodhead, Ky. prop-ertyx-&ac&- ).. ,!.. o... .. DAVIS Leading Druggist KIT. VERNON. KY. a Co.... TVTE !. w oatek Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and to tho old folks with all kinds of recnnsrructive tonic and system builders. Iv. the young folks with a couplets line of ... CHAS. C. DAVIS Shq Homo of TBNLBC 'Phono No. 39 a... at.. B.. o. oa...al V I ..... . ... . . ... .................................... iiillllili. Illlilil.llli.llllitillla ... 1 1 1 i'.m .. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE r v After Fonr Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Came 1 had gotten so weak I could not stand, and 1 gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking rt. From the very first Husband ' fo Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an Interesting from this place, letter Mrs. .Bettie Bullpck $&&$: P. H. Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, KY, writes as follows : "1 suffered for four yearb, with womanly troubles, and during this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should 'imes, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. sold Cardul for years. .oft side. In it will do. Ask him. xtor was called In, and his treat-m- eTh eved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Write lot y bed again. After LA4vltory,Dpt., ChttUnoo Chittu all. -- dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped Your druggist has He knows what, He will recoari Cardul today. 'jcx38Px S. Fron tRoomsover taker's Store Phone 49-- y ' oood. TtUtBMt M WtBAa." I - " - 1 m I