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COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY , JUNE 18, 1915 of The Louisville Times Women and Children to buy at the most remarkable of the season We haven't time or space to mention description and prices, but our big house is chucked full of BARGAINS from top to bottom. 1.000 MEN CUT PRICE SALE "Wanted. Saturday says: "Mt. Vernon, where President Tames Mnret Boone Way; tho Mt. Vornoj Sic- nal, the Mt. Vernon Commercial Cluband others huve done more than anybody else, any place, for Boone Way, gave Louisville ono f the most enthusiastic receptions of the trip at the final stop yesterday. "We love you LouisvilU," were oxajt words of Atty. C. C. Williams, who delivered the address of welcome. Here was shown how far Louisville's investment of Lfiinds to tinanco the Boone Way campaign bid gone to make it popular in Mt. Vernon. CQUKIEK JOURNAL lst ::::i!S!!!!S;?focoi 'titttiiiiiiiitiMMMiiiitittttt.1::!! '""" ' 7. it. ... NUMBER 3, Ii BAKER'S e-- MT. VERNON KENTUCKY s Saturdny's Courier Journal had this to sayji "It was close to 5 o clock when the special reached We Beg Greatest Sale To Advise ! That We Have Bought Men's Suits, Boys' Suits, Pants, Low Cuts in Mens' Women's and Childrens'. SKIRTS, DRESSES, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, WAISTS, EMBROIDERY, LACES, BUTTONS, MILLINERY, FURNITURE. Mt Vernon for a ninety minutes stay. M Vernon, the '.'North, Gate to the Cutnborlftrtds" wftfl alive with tho populaoe whon the boosters paraded to tho courthouse ''Welcomo banners," others bearing the inscription "Homo of the Boone Way," and flags were to be At a Discount Much Below Cost, A Great Lot of Merchandise Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Dry Ladies', Misses House &o, &c And We Have Thereto Volumns Of Our Own, it our intention to make this by far Greatest Selling Event in consisting of Men's and FOR CASH 1iV If' seen in every direction, .The and Childrenfs crowd narrowly escaped a drenchShoes ing because of a down pour of Slippers, , Goods, rain just as the boosters entered and Childrens Dresses, the court house. 1 Judge L. W. Bethurum was Added of Mercljajrmftn of tho. meeting. C, C. MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT MENTIONED. Williams delivered thw welcome chandise being address, ploasing the Louisville J the men with Vho declaration that his friends, are your cash; flection of the State felt it owed ft before Prices will be regardless of reduce debt of gratitude to Louisville because of the city's unselfish supwill early. these prices Records, port of the rest of the State in afford to can road buikUng matters. He recall- ed that thelfeie road law was enacted thru the efforts of Ho pointed out that Louisville bore more than its mmmmnmrnm share pf the Sttte taos. Jn the Boonp Highway movement, he said, Louisville wajuiclt to take -Ahold and push th6 project. Ho predicted greater prosperity for both Louisville and the mountain would entire country as a result of the comeach were we pletion of Boone Way. to offer so we ourAs an official representative of selves by the Louisville municipal govern Wmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ment, Pendleton Beakley spoke to see Stock of briefly. Ho brought out the The design and work pf gettjpg poiut;that.,tho Boone Way belongand up-to-dnearly One-ha- lf up all tljeso displays in printing! dto Ksntycky a"nd'fyierefa!e.wa3 sign pajntlns and lime sign a mutter of paramount importance Less on the ground, wore for Kentuckians. Mr. Htad de and turned out by thaj; versa- Blared that Louisville was more interpstnd, in Boone Way than in tile and clqver artist, James for-lesarid and s . one of tho Signal- - force, the Dixie Highway, Ho invited frwho Is always ready and willing the Mt. Vernon folks to bwy In to ansist in Louisville, whore all the facilities it Big Day in Mt. Vernon When Louisville Boost- along. Hopushing ft good thing were has rendered much minting out thftt Louisvaluablo assistance to our ciiof ville especially the Louisville Were Here booster in getting Boone Way Water Company gave preference anchored on the map. David Craig to Kentucky coal sections in buy-- i also of tho Signal office has given ig coal. Tor Louisville same substonco on street in the movement some good pushen In 'Rah Included in the Mt. Vernon re front of M. .1. Millers store and in his quiet way. 'Rah for Mt Vernon. ception cominitteo were W. H. drug store of CO. Davis and Dr. 'Rah for the Mountains. DADOES Fish, Dr. P. H. Conover, V. C. :.:::: ili S.S. I i l l l t l Owens' oftlce: "The tows is We wore about to overlook the Tate. lames Maret, C. D. Sutton, It "was a great day. . A. AAAMAAm. mm Davo yours." Banner at corner of Mil- ribbon badges, another creation of E. S. Albright, E R. Gentry, U Juckson was here. lers store and Dr. Chosnuts oflico Mr. Pinkerton. They wero of fine G. Baker and C. C. Davis. Offi So was John Wiljns. And many other Rood boosters. over and ocross pavement: quality ot ribbon, size 2x4 cut ar cers of East Kentucky-Tenness- ee ' Wo didn't ineot them all. "Louisville day in Mt. Vornon." row shaped, with these words Dixie Highway Association pres- - Boone Highway thru Mt. Vernon of tackling and carrying forward state or nation, and built as fine a But uiixt with as many as pos- In lime, three foot letters in front printed iu red ink: "Welcome ent wero W J Sparks, president which will ultimately bo a part of any issue that may 0 rise, except system oi highways as can be sible. Time was limited. of Sutton & McBce's and Jonas Louisville boosters to Mt. Vernon" James Maret. secretary and Fred the Dixie Highway. Along tho war with Germany. We will have found south of Mason & Dixon's The rain was some damp but McKonzie's stores, reaching half Some 400 of these were worn by L. Durham, treasurer. Young street James Pinkerton, of the to leave that question with Wood Line. After thus building for yourselves, way across the street in an artis- Rockcastle citizens and our visit- women and girls of the town pinn- Mt. Vernon we got there just the same thore came a voice Signal force, hud row. Mt. Vernon sounds her trumpet from the heart of the Mountains-appealinYou cant' drown, burn, bluff, tic design: "Welcome Boosters ors on to whom wero the ribbons ed badges and flowers on the visit- formed in letters, thnje feet long to you of wolcomo. often, loud and long and she aldiscourage, dishearten, dispirit, to the home of Boone Way." At pinned by a bevy of pretty girls ors? ' (of limo) legends for help. We asked you to vote for the Bosworth deject, dissuade, deter, keep back, Mt. Vernon Hotel was a bannor eoruposed of Misses Bonnie Nice- Tho letters were remarkably' ar- ways gets tho goods. EVENING POST The Woman's Club, of Mt. Good Koads Bill. You turned of over pavement; ley, Christine Davis. disfavor, discountenance, throw across and The Louisville Evening Post of tistic and attracted a great deal cold water upon, put a damper on, "Louisville day in Mt. Vernon.' attention. A large banner wel- Vernon, always to tho foro in not to us tho deaf ear. If yon had GOLDES KEY Saturday 12th gives Mt. Vernon or cover with a wot blanket any Next down the line was a big The big "golden" key, to the and her boosters the following coming the boosters to the home pushing useful causes and enter- been selfish, you would have said: of Boone highway was stretched prises, rendored valiant service on "We coined into old thing: Mt. Vernon undertakes sign mado in limo on street in town, which was presented to the write up: loadsourown "The last stop of the muscle, sweat and gold. Go thou, "boosters day". Miss Rose & Son's store; Louisville visitors was made and across tho muin street. for she will accomplish, put thru front of J Fish trip, Mt. Vernon, of This, you did Mrs. T. J. Niceloy, Mrs. h. and do likewise". or Ret anything she goes out after. "Glad to see you J, Fish'" Tho given to our committee by Mon- Rockcastle county,county seat of proved one THE HEUALU t W. Bethurum, Mrs. J. W. Brown not being represented by an out roe Singleton. asked your represen- name And she "aiot quit goi'n yit.'i the most enjoyable of the entire Unfortunately our copy of Sat- Mrs. A. B Furnish, Mrs. W. J. ' tatives iu the Legislature to pull The Louisville Boosters train line of a big iihli with a largo letter Who said Dave Jackson wasn't trip and a fitting finish. urday's Herald was "hagged" by Sparks, Mrs. G. M. Bullard, Miss.otf their coats, roll up their sleeves arrived hero from tho South at J thereon. Just ucioss the street along with tho gang? T;hore was genuine regard and someone. Its report of the re-- Maggie Hansel and other members and, with might and main, work 5:30 p. m,, SO minutes late. in front of tho store of U. G. RAIN heart felt enthusiasm shown by coptlou at tho "North Gate to the whoso names wo failed to get, for this measure. They voted fpr The Boostor band playing Dixie Baker was the largest and longest The rain drove us to shelter but the people of Mt. Vernon. Rock Cumberlands" was among tho were energetic in their efforts to it unanimously, and made possible old Kentucky Homo, or Tiperary, lime sign, "You are welcome." it didn't stop the proceedings or castle expressed a seutiment that cost maae ny any ot tne papers. glorious era of se0 that their organization did a the dawn of tho 'one or the tot her,' led tho march The plate glass windows of C. C. dampen the order and enthusiasm is spreading all over the state The Herald has a wsrm place in' g0od purt toward the success of Good Roads Building in Eastto the cqurt house just ahead of a Davis' drug store bore large of visitors or homefolks. Louisville is largely responsible the hearts of the mountaineers; "Louisville day in Mt. Vernon." ern Kentucky. When this statstorm, chalked block letters. "Welcome Many compliments on Mt. Ver- for the passage of the Bosworth it being the first Louisville paper They succeeded. part of our or- ute !became a Brodhead, Ottawa, Livingston, to our city." "Louisville day." non were expressed by the visitgood roads law thru the last legis- to speak a kind word for our pron .1 l. ganic tntll T n1.f.a.llln UgUll!Cl4 A Wildie, Pine Hill, Hansford, At tho corner Main and Richmond ors on hor enterprise and law, posh; lature making it possible for ject whon tho Boone Way propoWelcome Address by Att'y Tho Kentucky Good Roads Asso- Or- streets were pasted i5 posters on giving us the Maretburg, Burr, Lpngford, credit of being the Kentucky, and particularly tho sition was launcht nearly three C. C. Wiiliams. sociatiou, and paid the larger partilando, Withers, Level Green and pavement size 1 by 3 It. on which livest set in any town of the state. mountain counties of the State, to years ago and was sorely in need al' tho exponses in sending speak-- 1 nearly every point in tho county was printed in box car lettors: Fred Kreugor prosented tiie catch step in road building "It is said that "gratitude" istho ors over tho state to instruct with of sympathy and support. In one had representatives here to wel- "Wolcomo Louisville Boosters." lime used in making the "lime portion of tho Heralds report of fairest (lower that ever grow in people on this most inportant sub-- ' come the boosters. These 15 pesters wore put down signs'- along the streets. Ho the other States of the union. When the boosters got off the the boosters roceptlon at Mt. Ver- the Garden of the Human Heart. iject. Tho Louis villo Press spoke in form of winding stair steps of turned the kiln BANKERS, SIGNS AND FLAGS ' Among the various signs oi "three, five and seven." Every mitteo and put over to the com train at Mt. Vornon a hard show- non occurs tho following: 'The If this bo true, and true it is, the in words that breathed and car- no limit on quan- er blew up and lasted until they reception of the Louisvilliaus, at Mountains of Kentucky snould' .ied conviction to the minds of greoting to the Louisville boosters business house, office and resi- tity to bo used. left town. But there was a lane Mt. Vernon, the last town visited feel grutoful to Louisville, the' was a largo banner across cornor dence on Main street' had their in makiuff preparations for the of smiling fucos, many of tho most overshadowed every previous tri grandest city of the Old Common- men. Main and Richmond streets at windows decorated with the big visit of the Boosters, "overvbodv , "A citizen of Louisville, Col. Benbeautiful seen on tho trip, anil as umph." wealth. Rockcastle Hotel: "Welcome welcoming posters.' Many of the worked, including father," contributed the while tho boosters marched up to the "You, from tho Metropolis of nett H.Young, Mt. Vernon is proud of herself Louisville Boosters' to ho Home of buildings displayed American some, of icourse, worked more courthouse first dollar, outside "of our ow for years, had our Stato. have, under direction of the and who can blame her? Boone Way," In a lime sign on flags and bunting. Ono residence than others, everything was har rnntlnn rnmrnlftaA that. tsmTaA lo ino uoonB are yet great tasks to be splendid roads and magniticont wu"UWi,l There street in front of R. S Jett's, that of J. W. Van Winkle, had on moniousahdisatisfactory, Way Booster Band' of Mt Ver ' over newly laid roadway, concrete metlwith and disposed of, Mt. pikqs. You went down into your . Farmers Exchange: "Howdy," exhibition flags of ten nations, FROM LOUISVILLE TIMES 'evidence of the beglauing of the ' Vernon and, Rockcastlo are capable qwn coffers, without aid. fxqa on pag 3 J also Come bring your we stock cost Never had an opportunity to buy more at going to have you this the History of the Trade. OUR named that make new Low and no Live Money Saver miss this opportunity. SALE NOW GOING ON STORE WILL BE SUTTON & McBEE Brim Full of Bargains SOLD EVERYTHING It AT - SACRIFICE 4 Louisville, Boone Way take this paper, to name item we have you, must content " COME AND SEE' saying, Don't Fail Our Big Clothing new Priee, at ate oro-atlou- s, and the Mbuntains ers man-nge- SHOESand SLIPPERS at Carpets d Pink-crto- Matting Druggets .to than Cost Rugs make up. r - - bn-st- . Om- Motto' "SELLIT FOR LESS H .9 MT. VERNON KENTUCKY BAKER'S i ... ....................................................... iiiiitt, :s::i:: . "? 's g Mc-Cor- say-bu- k 1 I i.it 1 h . MI ! the' - n? i I I "u (aludi - - A i' '" 'M1 W - j . tV - t iiw "''It V ,.,$ iw .1. &. .ahM. ' v4S wr ml v- - VnK ' , "uBhi ' JBaBPP'l"yaaB ijr. "!w i"- - ) - a mr.T !:BWHiMWi ) .JPubllshed Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. Jfourf Mmm MT. VERNON, I W' i(7ur I imra 1a EMM, -- jS&filH I -- c:aaty Ck jl v a Tl . 5 MAJ k i .f i " t "w ' a " "7" umi-b- - ' V ' CjJ csta onsnea lR7 ' M . I t I ' v .. mmmmmwmmmmmm NUMBER 3, U 7r ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FELDAY, JUNE The Louisville Times of lust Saturday says: "Mt. Vernon, where President Jii'nes Marot, of Boone Way; the Mt. Vornoj Sig nal, the Mt. Vernon Commercial Club' and others have done more than anybody elso. any place, for Boone Way, gave Louisville ono f the most enthusiastic receptious of the trip at the final stop yesterday. we love you liouisvilla, " were oxajt words of Atty. 0. C. Wil liams, who delivered the address of welcome. Here was shown how far Louisville's investment of .funds to finance the Boone Way campaign hd gone to make it popular in Mt. Vernon. COURIER JOURNAL 18, 1915 Women and Children to buy at the most remarkable 1,000 MEN CUT PRICE SALE We haven't time or space to mention de- "Wanted. :::;:.:n:n;n::ni:?,K,,nn;:nM::;-n::nH!ie m fc BAKER'S MT. VERNON KENTUCKY -- 'I We S1.1"1 gr -T t90 of the season. scription and prices, but our big house is chucked full of BARGAINS from top to bottom. Saturday's Courier Journal had this to sayll "It was close to 5 o clock when the special reached Mt. Vernon for a ninety minutes Beg Greatest Sale To Advise That We Have Bought i 5 IT Mt. Vernon, the ;'North, Gate to the Cutnborlands" waa alive with tho populace whan the boosters paraded to tho courthouse ''Welcomo banners," others bearing tho inscription "Home of the Boone Way," and (lags wore to be of Merchandise consisting of seen In evory direction. The and crowd narrowly escaped a drenchShoes ing because of a down pour of Slippers, , Goods, rain just as the boosters entered Childrens Dresses, the court house. 1 Judge L. W. Bethururn was Added of Merchairman of thQ meeting. C, C MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT MENTIONED. Willlanis delivered tlH welcome chandise being address, pleasing the Louisville this the men with iho declaration that his friends, are your cash; section of the State felt It owed A before regardless of cost. Prices will be reduce debt of gratitude to Louisville because of the city's unselfish supwill named early. these prices more Records, port of the rest of the State in can afford this road building matters. Ho recalled that the present road law was enacted thru the efforts of Louisville. legislators. Ho pointed out that Louisville bore more than its s))are pf tje Staje taos. In the Boonp Highway movement, he said, Louisville waquick to tako Ahold and jiush tjjb project. Ho predicted greater prosperity for both Louisville and the mountain would entire country as a result of the comeach were we to pletion of Boone Way. offer so we ourAs an official representative of selves by the Louisville municipal governw y . xw"' uo.us Ktr.orn Mui ment, Pendleton Beakley spoke see of briefly. Ho brought out the Tho design and work pf getting' One-ha- lf Boone Way belong- and up-to-dnearly up all theso displays in printing, gdUo Konfiicky1 apd tyjerefofe was sign pafntlnjr and lime sign 9 matter of paramount importance on tbp ground, wore man- for Kentuckians. Mr. Htad de 1 aged and turned out by that versa- Glared that Louisville was more tile and clove. artist, James for-lesinterostoddn Boone Way than In and . ono of tho Signal forco, the Dixie Highway, Ho invitod J'-K- i Who Is always ready and willing the Mt. Vernon folks to buy In to ansigt In Louisville, whore the facilities : Big Day in Mt. Vernon When Louisville Boost- along. Hopushing a good thing were bpt. nnlntlngallout that Louishas renderpd much valuablo assistance to our ciiof ville eipeclally tho Louisville Were Here booster in getting Boone Way Water Company gave preference :::::: m anchored on the map. David Craig to Kentucky coal sections in buy-- i also of tho Signal office has given Jg coal. In same substnuco on street in tho movement some good pushew 'Rab for Louisville Included in the Mt. Vernon Rali for Mt Vernon. front of M. .1. Millers store and In his quiet way. committee were W. H. drug store of CO. Davis and Dr. 'Rah fot the Mountains. BADGES Fish, Dr. P. H. Conover, V. C. . .... : 1: Owens' office: "The We wore about to overlook the Tate. lames Maret, C. D. Sutton, a tows is It 'was a great day. :.. 'wwwvwwvv wwww ffflVIIIII Davo yours." Banner at corner of Mil ribbon badges, another creation of E. S. Albright, B R. Gentry, U was here. Jucksoa lers s.tore and Dr. Chosuuts office Mr. Pinkerton. They were of fine G. Baker and C. 0. Davis. OffSo was John Wiljns. And many other good boosters. over aud ocross pavemeni: quality ot ribbon, sizo 2x4 cut ar- icers of East Kentucky-Tenness- ee ' Wo didn't ineot them all. "Louisville day in Mt. Vornon." row shaped, with these words Dixie Highway Association pres- Boone Highway thru Mt. Vernon of tackling and carrying forward state or nation, and built as fine a But inixt witb as many as pos- In lime, three foot letters in front printed in red ink: "Welcome ent were W J Sparks, president which will ultimately bo a part of any issue that may oriso, except system of highways as can be of Sutton & McBee's sible. Time was limited. and Jonas Louisville boosters to Mt. Vernon" James Maret. secretary and Pred the Dixie Highway. Along tho war with Gormany. We will have found south of Mason & Dixon's The rain was some damp but McKonzio's stores, reaching half Some 400 of theso were worn by L. Durham, treaurer. Young street James Pinkerton, of the to leave that question with Wood' Line. After thus building for yourselves, way across the street in an artis Rockcastle citizens and our visit- women aud girls of the town pinn- Mt. Vernon wo got there just tho samo Signal force, hud row. thore came a voice Mt. Vernon sounds her trumpet from the heart of trie Mountains-appealinYou cant drown, burn, bluff, tic design: "Wolcome Boosters ors on to whom were the ribbons ed badges and flowers on tho visit- formed in letters, three foet long discourage, dishearten, dispirit, to the home of Boone Way." At pinned by a bevy of pretty giris ors? to you for help. We (of lime) legends of wolcomo. often, loud and long and sho alasked you to vote for the Bosworth deject, dissuade, deter, keep back, Mt. Vernon Hotel was a banner composed of Misses Bonnie Nice-ley- , The letters were remarkably' ar- ways gets tho goods. EVENING POST great deal of Tho Woman's Club, of Mt. Good Roads Bill. You Turvrtd over pavement; disfavor, discountenance, throw ncrosH and Christine Davis. The Louisville Evening Post of tistic and attracted a cold water upon, put a damper on, "Louisville day in Mt. Vernon." attention. A large banner wel- Vernon, always to tho fore in not to us tho deaf ear. If yon had.; OOLDEM KEY Saturday 12th gives Mt. Vernon or cover with a wot blanket any Noxt down the line was a big The big "golden" key, to the and her boosters tho following coming the boosters to the home pushing useful causes and enter- beon selfish, you would have said: toads our own of Boone highway was stretched prises, rendored valiant service on "We coined into old thing Mt. Vernon unJortukes sign made in lnno on street in town, which was presented to the write up: "The last stop of the muscle, sweat and gold. Go thou, "boosters duy". Miss Rose & Son's store; Louisville visitors was made and for she will accomplish, put thru front of J Fish across the main street. trip, Mt. Vernon, county soat of This, you did Mrs. T. J. Niceloy, Mrs. L. and do likewise". or Ret anything she goes out after. "Glad to see you J. Fish" Tbo given to our committee by Mon- Rockcastle county, jiroved one of THE HEItAM) W. Bethururn, Mrs. J. W. Brown not say-bname being represented by an out roe Singleton. asked your represen And she"aint quit goi'n yit. tho most enjoyable of the entire Unfortunately our copy of Sat Mrs. A. B Furnish, Mrs. W. J, tutives in the Legislature to null The Louisville Boosters train line of a big ii.sli with a largo letter Who said Dave Jackson wasn't trip and n fitting finish. urday's Herald was "bagged" by Rmrks. Mrs. G. M. Ballard. Miss off their coats, roll un their sleeves A arrived hero from tho South at J thereon. Just across the street along with tho gang? Thore was genuine regard and someone. Its report of the re- - Maggie Hansel and other members 'and, with might and main, work in front of tho store- - of U. G. 5:30 p. m.,SO minutes late. RAIN heart felt enthusiasm shown by ception at the "North Gate to the WU0:)Q naraos wo f.,ucd to get, for this measure. They voted fpruJ The Booster band playir.g Dixie Baker was the largest and longest The rain drove us to shelter but the people of M t. Vernon. Rock- Cumberlands" was among tho were energetic in their offorts to Jit unanimously, and made possible"' old Kentucky Home, or Tiporary, lime sign, "You are welcome." it didn't stop tho proceedings or castle expressed a sentiment that oust muuo oy anyoi uie papers. se0 that their onran nation did a the dawn of tho clor bus era of led tho march The plato glass windows of C. C. dampen the order uiid 'one or the tother,' enthusiasm Is spreading all over tho state The Herald has a warm place in g0od piirt toward the success of Good Roads Building in Cast- to the co,urt house just ahead of a Davis' drug store bore large of visitors or bomefolks. Louisville is largely responsible the hearts of the mountaineers; "Louisville day in Mt. Vornon." em Kentucky. When this stat- J,chalked block letters. "Welcome jrain storm. Many compliments on Mt. Ver- for the passage of the Bosworth It being the first Louisville paper They succeeded. ute 'became a part of our Brodhead, Ottawa, Livingston, to our city." "Louisville day." non were expressed by the visitgood roads law thru the last legis- to speak a kind word for our pro ganic law, Louisville organizedrJL Wildie, Pine Hill, Hansford, At the corner Main and Richmond ors on hor enterprise and posh; Welcome Address by Att'y making it possible for ject whon tho Boone Way propoThe Kentucky Good Roads Asso- , Maretburg, Burr, L?ngford, Or- streets were pasted i5 posters on giving us the credit of being the lature, Kentucky, and particularly tho sition was launcht nearly three C. C. Wiiliams. sbciattou, and paid tho larger lando, Withers, Level Green and pavoment size 1 by 3 It. on which livest set in any town of the state. mountain counties of the State, to years ago and was sorely in need nearly every point in the county wa9 printed in box car letters: treu Kreugor presented tho catch step in road building with of sympathy and support. In one "It is said that "gratitude" istho of tho exposes in sending speak- ors over tho state to instruct had representatives hero to wel- "Wolcome Louisville Boosters." lime used In making the "lime . . inirnci iinmnr ........ ...... rrvnur portion of tho Heralds report of .... .,.. ..wv.. iimr orr b,w., ini people on tins most inportant sub-- i These 15 pesters were put down signs'- along the streets. Ho tho other States of the union. come tho boosters. When the boosters got off the the boosters reception at Mt. Ver ..v, v, ...v. u..... v... ,jecti Tl0 ijomsvnio Press spoke in form of winding stair steps of turned tho kiln over to the BANKERS, SK2NS AND FLAGS train atMt. Vornon a hard show- non occurs tho following: ''The If this bo true, and true it is, the iu wordb ' Among the various signs of "three, five and seven." Every that breathed and car.'( and put no limit on quan- er blew up and lasted until they reception of the Louisvilliaus, at Mountains of Keutuoky snould ' .ied convictiou to the minds of ' greoting to the Louisville boosters business house, office and resi- tity to bo used. ' left town. But there was a lane Mt. Vernon, the last town visited feel grutoful to Louisville, t'Je' men was a largo banner across corner dence on Main street' had their In makiug preparations for tbo of smiling faces, many of tho , . most overshadowed every previous tri- - grandest city of the Old Common- streets at windows decorated with the big visit of tho Boosters, "everybody beautiful Main and Richmond seen on tho trip, anVl as umph." wealth. "Welcomo welcoming posters.' Many of tho worked, including father," Hotel: "Rockcastle "OttH. Young, contributed tluf while tho boosters marched up to the "You. from tho Motronolis of Mt. Vernon is proud of herself displayed Louisville Boosters to the Home of buildinRS American some, worked rnoro courthouse under direction of the and who can blame her? r our Stato, have, for years, UUU llrst dollar, outside Jof our owm . Onj residence than others? everything was Boone Way." In a lime sign on flags and bunting. n . b receptiou committee, they walked There are yet great tasks to be splendid roads and magnificent street in front of R. S Jett's, that of J. W. VanWmkle, had on u """- over newly laid roadway, concrete mctlwith and disposed of Mt. 'pikqs. You went down into your. "'"" i FROM ifoluSVILLE TIMES farmers Exchange: "Howdy." exhibition flags of ten nations. evidence of tho beginning of the Vcruon and Rockcastlo are capable qwn coffers, without aid. fiqa (Cnluded. on. pog 3 j Men's Suits, Boys' Suits, Pants, Low Cuts in Mens' Women's, stay. and Childrens1. At a Discount Much Below Cost, A Great Lot Men's and Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's Children's and Dry Ladies', Misses and House &o, &c And We Have Thereto Volumns Of Our Own, it our intention to make by far Greatest Selling Event in make new Low Money Saver to miss FOR CASH SKIRTS, DRESSES, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, WAISTS, EMBROIDERY, LACES, BUTTONS, MILLINERY, FURNITURE. we Come bring your also stock had an opportunity to buy Never at going to have you this the History of the Trade. that and no Live opportunity. SALE NOW GOING ON OUR STORE WILL BE 'SUTTON & McBEE Brim Full of Bargains SOLD EVERYTHING It AT - SACRIFICE take this paper, name item we have to you, must content " COME AND SEE." saying, Don't Fail to Our Big Stock Clothing new ate ' . . ; Louisville, Boone Way poiut-thatth- o oro-ution- and the M6untains ers Pink-erto- ;:;; ;::! .a Carpets and Matting Druggets at Priee. ,SHOES and SLIPPERS at Less than Cost .to make up. s. Rugs Our Motto "SELL IT FOR LESS" MT. VERNON KENTUCKY BAKER'S niu, liliiili..! iiiiil244aa aaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaa'a :ii 1 ! S g Mc-Cor- ut , I y - - or-C- f.' part'. jL M , the'' I - w..... com-mitte- o "i''iCWi.ueu". oourse, ' i'k 'hi ""' """ .... fL p? Ji r . y -- 4 x . ton. He will like stay there a year NIT. VERNON SIGNAl before returning,- - P. F. Robins, stock trader, the Copper-creeiieifers bought 10 two j ear old Friday, Juno 18 1915 from J. P. Hoskins ut $3G 00 per head, also a bunch of shnp at SI. Published every Friday by per head. He bought n co.v from EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. John Ilarn lor S lii. M is. Phil Mia I.ou, ol $I.OO lips and daughter, ONK YKAR U ASCRIPTION Wildio, were tho guests of Mr. and Wednesday. Mrs J. W. Tato Advertising rates make known on Bill Diztiey, of Herea, is the guest application of Joe Riddle this week. Miss Ella Belle Newland returned Tnes day from an extended visit to rel MKMBItR OF W. A Tyree atives in Richmond KENTUCKY PRRSS ASSOCIATION arrested Eugene Butcher hero Tuesday, lodged him in the city wnen ne ml until next morning Vernon. He i him to Mt. took tisbSnEy Jfnk charged with carrying oncoaledn shooting on the deadly weapon, insulting public highway, using and being and abusive language drunk and disorderly, probabl) ANNOUNCEMENTS. other minor offences, Under thf We Are Authorized to Announce law the Police Judgo is not allow B. J. BKTHUKUM JUDOK cases, therefore us Judge ed to try pistol As a candidate for of the 28th Judicial District, subject to the Judge sent all oises against Authe action of the Uopubliunn party, Butcher to Mt. Vernon to be tried gust primary 1015. We Are Authorized to Announce Mrs. W. F in County Court. B. C. LEWIS was in Stanford during the Carter A8 a candidate for State Senator for the show was 17th Senatorial District, subject to the week. The Big Hang Republican party, August primary 1015. well attended here Tuesday. We Are Authorized to Announce Dr. W. C. BLACK As a candidate for State Senator for tlie 17th Senatorial District, subjeot to the Republican party, August primary 1015 We Are Authorized to Announce M. L. JARVIS as ComAs a candidate for monwealth's Attorney of the 2Slh Judicial "DUtrlct, subject to tho action of the Republican party, August Primary, Constipation Cured Unkknight Po-D111 Lax to A small dose of night and you enjoy a full, fret', easy bowel movement the morn ing. No grining, for Po is PopodbylliiwMay Applel.with out the gripe. corrects by the cause of Constipation arousing the Liver, increasing the flow of bile. JJil'i is Nature s an 1915. tiseptic in the bowels. With We Are Authorized to Announce priper amount of bilo, digestion W. T. DAVIS in bowels is perfect. No gas, no no Coustipatton Ai a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk fermentation, subject to the Don't be sick, nervous, irritable of Boekcantle County, of the Republican primary Aug-7- , aetiou from Getabottloof 1915. your Druggist now and cure your We Are Authorized to Announce Constipation overnight. T. I. NICHLEY Do-La- As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the of Rockcastle County, action of the Republican primary, Fiippin Incompetent Paid August 7, 1915. r- .- h Republican nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, has lived in Somerset six years, and has not mary, August 7, 1015. for that long period of time exam We Are Authorized to Announce ined a witness nor made a speech K. HULLOCK. As a candidate for Representative from to a jury in tho Circuit Court in the 70th Legislative district, composed civil or criminal case, and of the counties of Laurel and Rock- eitbera castle, subject to tho Republican Pri- wo are informed on reliable author mary, August 7, 1015. ity that while he was County At tornoy in Wayne county, that he Thomas B. Cromwell, of the never made but one speech to a Cincinnati Enquirer, predicts that jury iu the prosecution of a crimi A. 0. Stanley will carry every dis- nal case in the Circuit Court in trict in t'ao state, including the that county, and it is said that he first. was so disappointed with bis effort in that case that he hits never at Rockcastle Democrats should in for Jarae U. tempted to make another; vote unanimously twelve years made but one spec h Black, of Barbourville in August primary for Lieutenant Governoi. to a jury in the Circuit Courts of this Judicial District, and that was iu the case above mentioned. Mrs. Francis E. Beauchamp, The fact that he has not con V. 0. T. U. president Kentucky . . says she believes Stnuley will be ducted the trial of a single case to a jury iu nor made a speech nominated dud elected. either a civil or a criminal case is the best evidence that can be proIt HO I) in; AD duced, that he is incompetent fill the high and important oflice of Robert Owens, son of Mt. and Commonwealth's Attorney in this Mrs. J. W. Owens, and Miss Locie Judicial District. Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. On the other hand his opponent to Jellico, Judge M. L. Jnrvis, has demonA. J Payne, eloped Tenn. Thursday of last week, strated that he is a lawyer of great where they were married, return ability and 0110 of best prosecuting ing here the following day. The attorueys in tho Slate, and has groom is i9, the bride i5 years procured more convictions in old. R. H. Ham in and A. E. Al- criminal cases than any of his bright were in Mt. Vernon last predecessors, and during his terra Friday in interest of the pikes. of oflioe has secured the death recently ap- penalty in two cases, which breaks Mr. Albright was pointed a member of an advisory the record of any other Common board to act in conjunction with wealth's Attorney, and having the Fiscal Court. Misses Lena served one term in this ofiice has were in brought to him an McCall Rilda Chandler experience Maretbur"Ja"sfc 'Friday between that is valuable and necessary to trains. Mr. Cash Herron of the efficient conduct of the oflice. Pulaski County, was here We can testify that Judge Jarvis Saturday. Jack Keefe, First since ho has been Commonwealth's of the Danville Police Dept Attorney has ttooJ, at tho risk of was the guest of J. E Wall in Sat- his own life, like a stone wall beurday and Sunday, P A. Shel tween tlie criminals and the good ton is recovering from a sorious citizens of this town, attack ot rheumatism. R L. and and has mude life and property to MissClco Pennington, Mr. K. J. Smith and John Robins safer than it had previously been, Griflin is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. were in Stanford Monday. Smith by his vigorous prosecutions. G. S. Griflin, of this p'ace, and is bunch of cattle Btobvbad a nice That Judgo Jarvis will bo re an industrious young man and on the Stunford market that day. nominated and electid is an assur has many friends. The bride is the aged Uncle Dock Owens, ed fact. The people prefer com- tho beautiful and accomplished father of Postmastor Granville petency and efficiency, rather than daughter of S. E. Pennington, of Owens, was very sick during the incompetency and inefficiency. London, Ky. They will probably week, fie was attended by Dr. Somerset Herald make their future home on tho W. E. Gravely. F. F. Robins of buckeye farm, near Mt. Vernon, ChWdron Copper-creesection, was in the FOR FLETCHER'S Ky, May peace and pleasure be Stanford Monday with nico bunch theirs. On last Friday tho nth, of cattle. Mrs. Lou Purcell, and I son Fred, of St. Louis, Mo , are INDIOUSTION AND CONSTIPATION Earl Rico loft Louisvillo and wont to Stanford on No. 21 and there here on account of the serious ill"About fivo years ago I began ness of Uncle Joe Purcell. T. C. taking Chamberlain's Tablets after he was met 0 by Miss Georgia indigestion and Amvx, who also boarded tho O'Mara, Robert Harry Miller, and suffering from Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham of constipation for years without train and they eloped to Jellico, to relieve me. Tenn., where thoy woro made man were hero a few finding anything Mt. Vernon, Chamberlain's Tablets helped mo and wife. Mr, Rice is tlu son of hours Monduy. They came over at bnce and by using them for Mr. and Mrs. C E. Rice and has a Maxwell. in Mr. O'Mara 's new several weeks I was cured of the J. Albert Hastv, of Level Green complaint," writes Mrs. Mary E. position in Louisville. The bride section, left Tuesday tor Osborne, McMullen, Phelps, N. Y. For is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. T, Kaos., where he has a good posit- - sale by ail dealers. We Arc Authorized to Announce DR. R. G. WEHH As a candidate for Representative from the 70th legislative district, composed, of the counties of Laure' and Rockcastle, subject to the Republican Pri- Advertisement. Mr. Flippiu, who is seeking the ... Wei-bor- n, Lieu-tenan- t law-abidin- g May peace and joy Amyx. Say. jon Mt Vernon abound. folks, everybody down here are L. H. Davis is erecting a new When is the pike cottage (Mi h!s ne.v possessions 011 talking autosgoing to start. Now boys, put Round Stone Creek -- Edi or E. S. Albright, of Mt. Vernon, was here her through. We want tho pike Our to come through Livingston, dor 't between trains, Tuesday. Henry Catron, of friend W. M. Hicks has only fif forget that Stanford, Ky , who whs onco teen more days.( Until then wo are to play a game of shut mouth .sheriff of this cpunty and who was a but our promise expires on that citizen of Possum Holler (Level was date and on that date ii Mnrt is Green), when Buck Vamon scribe at that garden sp t of crea yet single we promise him a write- up .lover to be forgotten and we tion, when every nation on earth t oil ar- was- at peice with all mankind, are burning the ranging for this notabje occasion, was 'here a few days ago and in but Mart thinks he will be safe formed ns that he read the Signal s by then, as ho told us that he luid every week and did enjoy the from Level Green and Liv Abe a new Jew Darker now. ingston, but since we were marEvans was at home nursing a cold this week. Master Herbert Evans ried our letters were few and far of Orlando, is visiting his uncle between. Wa tried to convince and family at this place. Mr and Mr. Catron that since our advent field we liavo Mrs Hoberb Griflin are visiting his into the matrimonial a better chance to have our letters brother and lister, Mr. and Mrs Since then we more regular. Claud Griflin, near Mt. Vernon. have an assistant and when wo Miss Mae Evans visited her aunt and Mrs. M Pennington, at Mt can't write, us Buck Vamon would So Mr. Carton, say, Betsie can. Vernon, last week. Mrs. Delia we will in the future try to get Baker, ol Mt Vernon, was here between trains Monday. Mrs. the news regular. Abe Evans has returned from a Tisit to friends in Clay county. I Arthur, Carl, Leo, and Little Miss Children, Tor Infants and Cora Mae Thompson, of Mt. VerThe Kind You Have Always Bought non, are visiting relatives here. Ben Griflin made a (lying visit to Bears the our town Saturday. Mrs. Matilda Signature of Woodall, after a few davs' visit with relatives here returned, toiler feeling, loss A. bilious, half-sichome at Pittsburg. J.P E. Drum of energy, and constipated bowels tnonds, after a severe illness, has can be relieved with surprising returned to our city and looks promptness by using HEHBINE improvemuch improved. He reports his The first dose brings wife much better and thinks she ment, few doses puts the system Price in fine, vigorous condition. will be able to come homo in a ooc Sold by John Robins, few days. Dr. W. T. Amyx is in Ky. Lexington for a few days.- - Jim John Bree. a fellow who came to our city a few days months ago was arrested here Monday for un lawfully handling boose and was taken to Mt. Vernon, Wednesday, to.be tried there, as he ruled the judge off the bench here. Ho also has a" warrant against him for petit larceny for taking money from B. H. Niceley This should be a lesson to our little town not to pick up everybody that comes State Wide Prohibition along and put him in places ol Paralyses the trust, as he came to town as such, and it seems that lie gained popu larity fast. Remember that all is Hhher Taxes Worse Conditions. not gold that glitters. Dr. R. G. Webb is in Lexington and will The West Vlrglula Legislature conremain there for a few days. time this May, th Mrs. George Paynter, of Brod-hea- vened toIn consider taxsecond year, questions raada after u few days' visit with necessary by a efcortago ot revenues her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Rice, to pay the currekt expenses ot tho State. W. H. has returned home. proThe Inauguration, ot has purchased the proper- hibition, last July cut oft $660,000.00 ty belonging to the Pennington ot rovenuok heretofore available. At the close of the fiscal year, Sepheirs on Maiu street, viz: cottage, tember 30, 1912, the State had a surpost oflice building and store plus In the treasury of $592,475.39. room; price paid $1,700. Alvin Tho Governor estimated that on July Reynolds fell off the rail road 1, 1915, there would be a deficit of $624,000.00, not counting $850,000.00 of bridge here Tuesday and was very old appropriations not expended. painfully injured, but at present is Tho Legislature, at the May special resting very well. Miss Nancy session, increased the tax rate in the per cent Fields, who was bitten by a spider State 40revenues to make up the deficit In caused by the StateMotiday and who suffered untold wide prohibition system. For lack of funds, Governor Hatfield agonies is resting better touay (Tuesday) J. W. Baker was in votoed appropriation bills amounting to $858,608.09. Among the vetoed apMt. Vernon, Sunday. Miss Nan- propriations are the following: nie Catlin, of Lebanon, Ky., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. l.W. Catlin. Transportation of prisoners and extradition of criminals, $5,000.00 a - Mr and Mr3. J. T. O' Mary have year; returned from an extended visit-tGirls' dormitories and agricultural relatives at Knoxville, Tenn., and buildings, Stato University, Jellico. Mr, Sam Ward, of ChiState Industrial Homo tor Girls cago, 111., has returned home (buildings and lands), $10,000.00 for a few days' visit with his noxt year; after brother, W. R. Ward, of this (buildings and Normal Schools place. Mrs. A. S. Ward, who land), $80,000.00 a year; Sanitarium Tuberculosis Stato was visiting in Garrard county, is back home again. Clyde Clancy, buildings and land), $16,000.00 a year; who has bon working at Pine- State hospitals (buildings and land), ville, Ky , has moved his family $35,000.00 a year; Mrs. J, H. Browning, of Public Servlco Commission, here. a year; Maywood, was here between UniMining extension work, Sunday, to see her husband versity, $10,000.00 a year; State trains who is foreman at this place. It Civil contingent fund, $20,000,00 for seems thatcupid has been playing current year; Itowrlting and roblndlng Auditor's havoc in this locality in tho past On last Friday, Hobert records, $5,060.00 a year; week. propagaProtection Griflin boarded No 37 and went tion of fish ot forests and and game, $10,000.00 a to London und thero was married year; LI VliNOMTON. A. R. DYCHE Sri? HOP E W ELL t ' f' Rev. Carmical filled his regular J'm of London, "The Pioneer Republican" Ky.,' solicits your support in his ippotntment at Hummel Grove, race for Saturday and Sunday. John Hil- State Senator . In tho Seventeenth District, Composed of McCreary, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Jackson, Laurel, Whitley, Knox and Bell Counties. Republican Primary, Saturday, Aug. 7, 1915, He has done longer and more valiant service for his party than all his opponents In his public works ho has unflinchingly championed the cause of the Mountains and is best fitted for the oflice he seeks. He favors tho submission to a vote of the people the question of state wide prohibition. He will support all acts and measures that will benefit his district, an.i be ever on the job. - mid-nigh- lot-tor- This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before lou T,rr & lour Business CASTOR A And Is Prepared To Care For It. ton of Pine Hill pent Wednesday with Jerry Rash at this place. old child of The three Robert Marler was found dead iu bed last Thursday night. It was buried Saturday morning at the burying groud. Rev. Kiulev better at this Barnes is reported time. There has been more sickness at this place for the last few weeks than has been known for years. Rev. Carmical will preach at Hopewell next Saturday and Sunday. Miss Maud Stokes of several days' Mt. Vernon, spent with her brother, Mr. Claud Stokes. On account of sickness Rev. Clifford failed to till his appointment ut Hopowell Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lillie Price spent Saturday with her, mother, Mrs. Harrison Pitman. Thomas Head, a very Old man, died Saturday nnd was buried Sunday after-- , noon at Mt. Pleasant. Short fnneral services were ho!u by Rev. Carmical. mo-.tl- is &x k &dL&iiii&i&''iiiiii&ii PEOPLES BANK Ii CASTORI A FOU AN IMI'AIKUD OMldren Ory FLETCHER'S FOR i APPRTITK. 11 1 Mt. Vernon g Kentucky 1 Brod-hea- d, a zJn To improve tho appetite and strengthens the digestion try a few doses of Chamberlain's Tab. lets. Mr. J. H. Seitz. of Detroit, Mich , says: "They restored my appetite when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and Caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels.' For sale by all dealers. PAiD ADVERTISEMENT. KENTUCKY TAXPAYERS, WHICH D0TQU WANT? I WEST VIRGINIA State. Kentucky Facts and! TENNESSEE! ft Figures. n Six Years of State Widerf ' WHO PAYS THE TAXES? All live stock of all kinds in Kentucky horses, mules, cattle.- hoirs. sheen, etc.. are assessed - sa '. n n rroniDition Daiuc-rupState. 1 .1 .. 1 ts i , v. Ai More Criae Thai Etmt BcfcraJ d, ' Cot-tongi- m State-wid- e at All All All All $52,148,637.00 o $100,-000.0- $60,-000.- Proventlon foot and mouth disease, $5,000.00; ' k Cry O ASTQ R A State militia fund, $65,000.00 a year; Repairs and Improvements, State Institutions, $5,000.00; Hotel Inspector, $1,562.50; Homo Orphans Colored Stato a (buildings and land), $3,000.00 year;. State Librarian, $500.00 a year; Point Pleasant monument, $2,500.00 a year; King's Daughters and city hospitals, $10,000.00 a year; Inspectors, $4,000.00 a Factory year. Since the adoption ot prohibition, violations of tho liquor laws havo Increased onormously. Bootleggers are busy all ovor tho State. On tho first day of May, 1914, before prohibition went into effect, thero were 39 prisoners la the county Jail at Charleston, tho capital of the State. On the first day ot May, 1915, there were 92 prisoners in tho same Jail, bition could Since that report was made, the Legislature has passed a now Revenue $60,000,000.00 annually is brought into Kentucky in barfk clear- and Assessment Act, Increasing many ances by the distilling and brewing industries. kinds ot taxos from 40, to 100 per cent, Kentuckyvby the the entire tax burden bolng nearly $921,254.15 is the amount paid in taxes in distilling and brewing industries in 1913, as given twice what It was before prohibition.) went into effect. by statements from the State Auditor's office. This sum is more than the combined taxes paid on all the In 1908, the year before State-widmerchandite, coal mines, oil wells, live stock, agricultural pro- prohibition was adopted, the cost ofj criminal prosecutions In Tennessoei ducts, and manufactured products in the State. was 1158,000.00. According to official State-wid- e prohibition will destroy entirely, for taxation figures submitted to tho Legislature purposes, these sources of revenue. Other property must then that has just adjourned, 1342,000.00 be taxed heavier to make up that loss. was expended for criminal prosecutions last year. This shows an init, creaso of nearly 100 per cent In crime I In six years under prohibition. on The city of Nashville recently Issuod bonds for $987,000.00 to cover a deficit is class Live it, caused largely by tho oporatlon of the is prohibition law. The other large cities of the Stiito are in a similar financial condition, due to the samo causes. In Tennessee, prohibition has not it, helped the taxpayer, nor has IP Imdoubled. proved moral conditions. Exactly the is Mining reverse has been the result.1 Large it, numbers of extra officeholders, iiwd 100 greatly. Increased expenses foc'jSholr is now. support and for prosecuting VtAJitlons of fho law, are, the main fsaturea of WHO-ITO PAY THESE EXTRA TAXES? WILLING present conditions. in TenAnd what will we get ? Conditions similar g Blind tigers, bootleggers and nessee and West Virginia, and we will drive out of the State our have taken the place of lawlargest taxpaying industries, ful, regulated liquor traffic; thero has Nothing will bo gained for temperance. Counties can vote been a steady increase In all orlmos; State-wid- e prohi- moral standards have been lowerodj themselves as "dry" under the present law e mines and mineral products are assessed at.. 1,473,653.00 stocks, merchandise, etc., are assessed at. .. .( 31,148,282.00 3,364,419.00 manufactured articles are assessed at agricultural products and farming implements 2,514,349.00 (tools) are assessed at All diamonds, watches, clocks, jewelry, gold and silverware, paintings, musical instruments, i ' 2, 902, f 35.00 and libraries are assessed at $31,387,000.00 is the capitalization of Kentucky 'distilleries and breweries, according to the last Pedesal Census, $42,493,560.00 is the assessed value of Whisky in U.;S. Bonded - Warehouses, in Kentucky, on which 0 State and county taxes are paid. $19,250,000.00 is the assessed value (approximately) of proper ties used in the distilling and brewing undustnes and liquor trade in Kentucky, not 'including any part of items given above. $6,500,000.00 is the amount paid out annually intKentucky by distilleries for grain. $2,290,000.00 is paid annually for wages and salariestby Ken. tucky distilleries and breweries. $2,405,000.00 is paid annually for coal and barrels 4by Kentucky distilleries nnd breweries. $600,000.00 annuully is paid to Kentucky Banks, in interest to $900,000.00 by Kentucky distilleries and breweries. pro-Tennessee has had State-wld- s hlbltlon for six years. Deforo the prohibition law went lntoj effect, 10 per cent of the revenues QtJ the State were applied to paying off the State debt, as provided by law,' thereby rapidly discharging It. Slnce prohibition deprived tho State ot large! revenues from taxes on the manufao-- 1;t turers ot liquors and beer, the slnklngj fund law was suspended, and paymentsl on the State debts stopped. Tho present- - Legislature found that there was a deficit In State revenues notes hav of 11,022,000.00. Short-timbees given to cover that deficit, the! samo to bo conve: 3d Into bonds next July. Tals clll Increaso) the bonded Indebtedness ot the Statsi j to a total ot 112,600,000.00. largely Increased.) Taxes have been The Stato Manufacturers' Association, in 1914, stated In Its report on Taxa tlon: "There is a tendency throughout tho State to Increase taxes ob an alroady overburdened people, both by constant. Increase of the aiseil- . . I. luu uiuui us wen uh .1 rme. A If Farm Lands are compelled to pay the tax farms must be 50 per cent more than at present. that, made to pay Stock of If property must be taxed three times what it at present. their assessment If Railroads are to pay must be Property required to pay their If assessment must be increased to more than times what it e moon-shinin- J .- - ' make them. u aw ifta nAK uuvowa i IT MfT. VERNON : f, I I yftk Ftrt Fellow Citizens of Kentucky: Earnest Arnold was up from To citizens of Rockcastlo counLivingston yesterday. uoiij and, by the skilled hand and 1915 prophetic mind of our own origi- ty especially, do I address myself Lincoln county will probably up "No. 79" wtiBn-ryfnal booster, James Maret, whosaw The old men of the county and call a road bond issue of $100,000. wan toOommunl. w w.w tho light when wo saw but dark- the young ones, t:o, know of the AVrtl Kool Komfoftable Klosed Krotcb ness, Boouo Way was put upon old game of toss-u"Wot or Union Suits for mon and young tho map. But for that prome- Dry". . men at Fish's. thean ilame that burned in our Tho two words thus associated Men and Womeo From All j Prewitt Thompson of Garrard breasts, these good things could mean now, Temperance or IntemWalks of Life Benefitted Jcounty, has been in this county not have come to us. Yes, we are perance, License or 110 license, by the Remedy grateful to you. All hall to Louis- Law abiding or disregard for law. buying slock this week. louwvuic NAiHVU.lt R. n. Co. ville, and blessed be thy name forThese aro involved in every The voters of Carroll County ever I TIME TABLE. Louisville, Ky. phase of aAtnerioan politics imwill vote August 5th on a $50,000.-0- 0 22 nortn "We owe much to Maret, E. G. Isaacs, president of the mediately or remotely. pm 5.04 Bond Issue for improving their '24 north and Sparks, but more U Tho people are "lined up', so to Taylor Isaacs Drug Co.. Louis 8:50 am highways. Louisville, for it takes money to speek, conscientiously or without ville, says: 23 .south 11:31 a m Judge Kenuedy and Walter N. build roads Louisville will put knowing it on ouo side or the 21 cSouth 'The demand for Tanlac has 12:18 a in Flippin, of Somerset, are in this into the State Road Fund each other. agreeably surprised us. While LANDRUM, Agent. IAS. county in the interest of their year, under this law you helped to Wo cannot make it broader we we knew Mr. Cooper and were Phone No. 8. candidacy. make, about $120,000.00, while it wish we could leave a place for aware or tne success ins preparEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Foatoffice will draw out only about $12,000.-00- , neutrals, hut we can't, so "Wet ation had achieved in other cities Surveyor Boggs and crow are mall matter. or, in other words, Louisville or Dry" it is. "Wet or Dry" is of the country, yet wo entertainsurveying on toad to Madison this will give to the less favored sec- at one end or the other, on the one ed no idea that the medicine would week. He will have one and probPERSONAL ably two more crews next week tions of tho state, over $100,000.00 side or the other and the question become so popular in such a short to build roads and highways. Is resolves itself into a battle of bal- space of time in Louisville. E. J. Ford was over from Dan- - and will start the Lincoln 'and this not something for which we lots as to which is u top "Judging from the repeat sales Laurel routes. villo yesterday. should bo thankful? , Good citizens, law abiding men and the expression of satisfaction The Wildie Baseball Team will Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McFerron "Itis true that sometimes in the church members will be found in from those who have actually test are rejoicing over the arrival of a be here Sunday afternoon to play past-bu- t ed Tanlac and who state that they it will not happen again- - both ranks. J the local team on the Fish Field. your press big boy. seen tho mote in has Some of those unfortunately bavo benefitted by the preparation Henry Catron of Lincoln coun-t- Game-t- lie called ut 230 p.m. tho eye of the mountaineer, while have committed themselves to tho Tanlac must therefore bo some has been with Mr. and Mrs. T. Admission 10c to help the local perfectly oblivious to the beams fortunes of their ..party , and will thing ol unusual merit. boys get their new uniforms. J. Niceley a (ew days. "The class of people who are that filled the oye of those who stick to it, tho the heavens fall. ; Miss Rose McCord will be at dwelled within your Mrs. jillen Peters and daughter, There is but little hope of con- buying Tanlao are among the best of Louisville, uro visiting her Lianguon oonoor until July 1st yet, "Vitbull,your faults we love vincing any qne whose mind is in the city, people who are able to for admission to you still ' brother, Mr. W. T. Sharp and All applications not open to sound agreement and judge impartially and who carry the school in September should weight with their statements. . family at Orlando. "And here's hoping, and devout sane reasoning. by that time. ly wishing, that the Mountains of "Within a comparatively short A certain slogan "prohibition E. M. Montgomery, of Seattle, be in her hands Wash,, was with his mother at Upon request application blanks Kentucky and the City by the don'tprohibit" has been sounded space of time we have sold several Falls, will be forever united by in tho ears of the people till hon- thousand dollars worth of Tanlac. Wilclio for a short visit, returning will bo sent to any address. goldeu chain of friendship, est souls havo accepted it as God's When it is considered that the to his western home Tuesday. Miss Mary King Hurrier, County the is confined forged and fashioned by the silver truth. Just as "Now I lay mo to one preparMiss Sybel Gethurutn of Marct Demonstrator from State Univer hammer of association. And down to sleep" etc. will pass for ation, the sale is to bo considered bur, and her cousin, Miss Cleo sity and Mrs. Margurito D. Ipnas when wo unprecedented. If fact, is is the build the Boone Way, we the Lord's paayer with many Dickson, of London, came up f r State District Agent of Louisville, biggest thing of the kind ever will all come down to see you. but back to our little game. the show Wednesday afternoon. are hore mid will remain all next "Louisville Boosters.we b'd you The chief and paramount issue seen at our stores." W. J. Sparks and James Maret week to asdst Miss Eila Carson, Tanlat, the premier preparation, welcome, thrice welcome are you is "Wet or Dry". The people livarc at Pineville today attending a County Agent in Home DemonTho gates of our little city are ing in dry territory are compelled is no won sale in Mt. Vernon at meeting of the East Kentucky-Tennesie- stration work and Canning Club open to you; the latch strings are in self defense to push the fight the Drug Store of Chas. C. Davis, Dixie Highway Ass'nJJ work. Thoy will bo at the followhanging upon the outside. Go on broader ground than ever be- and can also be obtained in LivMiss Olarkson, who has beeji ing places, in this county and it is where you will, wonder where you fore. The people who engage in ingston at tho Central Drug Co's. matron of Langdon Memorial for hoped- that those who are inter- may, you aro our welcome guests tho business of making and sell- store or in Brodheaj at John Rob-iu'- s cjveral years, left Monday uight ested iti bettrr canning of fruits today. And, now, we wish to ing liquor drug store. do not acknowledge the for herhorae in Tennessee, not to and tomatoes will bo out at these present to you, the golden key of right of the people to pass laws An equal division of Kentuck'y Grove, meetings : Chestnut return next year. or prohibiting the wealth of all sorts would eive $977 school house, tomorrow; Oak Hill, our city. There is not a homo or forbidding L T. Stewart, of Wildie, one of a heart in Rookoastle County it manufacture and sale of it, there- to each man, woman and child in school house, Ju-i2ist: Freedom, the substantial farmers of the will not unlock." fore do not feel bound to respect the State, of which $927 is taxable Wildie section and one of the school house, June 22nd; Hopesuch Jaw, whether it is a voting and $30 exompt. The total value well, school,, house, June 23rd; 1337 Chestnut Street, preclnot, a municipality, a county county's good citizens, has- been of all property In Kentucky is Langdon Dormitory, Mt. Vernon, Bowling Green, Ky. very sick for a few days. or a state. We have evidence of $2,267,777,526. Indiana has a to Juno 24th; Brodhead, June 25th; Mr. E. S. Albright, jvV. M. Hayes, E. F. Coyle, Ed, it everywhere. TwoGrandjury-me- n tal property value of $5,184,682,-50Cbeafnut Grove, June 26th. They Ml. Vernon, Ky. iu Louisville swore they would igar Moore and Charley Burdette. will be at these places at 2 p. 111. or $1,894 for each man, Dear Sir: all prouihiitit busiuess men ot the prompt. not indict any one for selling woman and child and Tennessee Enclosed tlnd $1.00 in payment liquor or gambling. thriving little city ol Berea, were shows a wealth of $1920,249,261 for the' Signal one year. If it was We find it is true in Police or 864 for every person. These here last Friday in the snterest of HON. J. L. WHITEHEAD BOOSTS WILLIAMSBMRG. not for the other things of interost courts, and in any court where it and other statistics of wealth, Dixie Highway In tho paper I would want the Sig debt and taxation were made pub' Robert Hanks is home from the Whil" the whole country is nal for tho inspiration it contains. is unlawful to sell liquor. We make these statements fear ic by the Scfiool for the blind, ot Louisville boiling over with enthusiasm for United States Census Hurrah for Mt. Vernon and the Robert is a deserving young fellow good roads in general, and the good work she is doing. Your los,sly, and defy successful con- Bereau, based on tho iqi2 return. tradiction of any statement made. n strong Boone Way and the D.xie Highonly J4, and is making success in getting the Boo no Way Wish to add another "blanked" effort to secure two hundred sub way in particular, the writer is nothing short of genius. Qo MASTER COJOUSSIONER'S to scribors for the Reviowof lieviens wants people to know that Wil it boys, "I'm for ye." Mt. Vor-- . statemont that covers the whole SALE Held. If making and soiling magazine, in order to got a scholar- liamsburg is exactly in the center non has more push to the square Plaintiff. liquor is bad in Mt. Vernon It is U. G. Baker, ship to State University. of tje situation, and that it is a inch than any town in the . tate. VS Advertisement. School Dis bad for the Graded Joseph Owens, train dispatche growing town, There was a tim I want the paper for a pointer L. B. Adams and Knoxville division at Knox-vill- not long ago when this town had to a method of getting the thing I trict. of the Willis Adams. Defendants. It, is bad for graded school dis , spending his only one who has been two hammers, go after. It sure contains the By yirtue ot a judgment and vacation with . his cousins, R L a digger and a wheel gojt gnttor. Luck to you. As trict it is bad for magisterial dis order of sile of the Rockcastle trictin the c unity. jind W. O. Jones in Now York, barrow, Now, in addition to all ever n friend to Mt. Vernon and If it s bad for any one ot these Circuit. Court, rendered at the stopped of here Sunday with his the modern and public utilities, ber progressive fight , It is had fur I'm whole county and April Term thereof, 1915, in the aunt, Mrs. Jones, bringing with Williamsburg has seventeeti auto T. li. LI KINS. the sattK-- li true for every other above styled case, I shall proceed him little Catherine Miller Oldham mobiles and two undertaker.-.- ' county in the State which leads to offer for sale, at the front door SUNDAY. to "spend the summer with ber establishments. "Come on with e of the Court Houso in Mt. Vernon Program for dilution's Dayu June by an tasy clime to grandmother. the good roads" is the popular phase. The County Uuit is all Kentucky, at publlo auction, on 27th, 1915, at Wildie. Ky. cry. Our county surveyor, H. F. LOCAL It Is so Monday the 28th day of June, School right as a "starter". Davis and his assistant, R. M. 9 00 Song, the hours of 9 Powers are now surveying from 9.10 Devotional, UevJ F.Lunsford much ground partially won, but I8I5. betweon Light weight suits for hot days next winter the advocates of o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m., It Jellicoto Williamsburg, and work 9.20 Welcome Address, that means a Palm Beach get County Court W. R. Jonos County Unit will repeal it if. they being the rogular will begin on this lino in about them at Fish's, Rnturriny. Felix Bowman can. County unit cannot prohibit day in June, 1915, to the highest Campbell county, 9 30 Response, one month. The marriage or Air. Dewey Teun., Ij'ns issued bonds for $150,-00- 0 9.40 Address (Our Missionaries) the innnufrcttU'O of liquor and aud boat bidder, upon a credit of Murphy, of Fair pay, culls to micd Prof. C7F. Rumold novor can. As an act of Legisla 0 mouths, the following described and will connect Jellico with the fact that a generation spans Knoxvillo. AcertuinHouse Address (Go Ye Into All ture it cr.n bo and Is liable to be property, jp thfs will be the 10:25 and the the time bet wedn The World) Rev. Howard Hudson repealed at any bionnlal sosslon of and Lot located in Mt. Vernon, shortest Hue connecting tfjo Nftrlh. l.utt'eof Manilla Bay. Courier and South, and will be traveled rofog Address (As Tho Father the same. SpacJand other limi- Rockcastlo County. Kentucky, Journal. PauJ Derthick tations forbid the further discus-sjo- and bounded and described as most, no matter where the Dixie Sp The C)jld) of '!Wei aud Dry'', Statewide follqwai Andiencp The Kentucky Court of Appeals Highway goes. Moet.ns at Corbin, li:5o Song Beginning Only. Qr County-widat a stake at the Benediction. the $25o,ooo Come to Williamsburg. Tuesday, held that In coudusion wo Invite a denial oorperof Main street and Williams Dinner i2 Clock Bond Ihsuo voted in Whitley Road Highways Routed statement lioroin made and street, and thence running with lioo Dovotlonivl Rev. J,W. Lee of County April 24th last is valid. to a stake: will moot In a spirit of brotherly Main street 120 feet This means that the good work Threo'lines ol pikes for Rock 1:10 Cherry Blossoms lovo, toward any one, black or thonoo nearly south 215toa Sunday School castle have been located by the will continue in the mountains. Audience white, rich or poor and will tljank stake at an alloy, thence witb the Fiscal court. The London road 3:oo Song Mr. and Mrs. Goo. N. Bray of any one in advacne that will show alloy nearly East 120 feet to a Benediction, goes via Pine Hill to Livingston the Wabd section, are rejoicing Tho children of tho Wildie me wherein my judgment is at stake in line with Williams street; over the arrival of a fine twelve The Crab Orchard road is routed thence nearly North with Williams Vory truly yours. Christian Bible School have had fault. street, to the beginning, and being pound boy on the nth inst. Geo over the old roadbed out as far as J, W. Van Winkle. all of that lot on which tho resiit swerves several weeks training under the says he is going to call him fair grounds where going via Maretburg on into Brod direction of Miss Belle Jones. dence of the defendants is situated Phyllis Lusitania Bray, and that and is a part of the land deeded head, entering that place near the Everybody invited to come and In Trousers made to order for $bs"o to tho defoudant, L. B. Adams by 'Demohe is unother lair grounds thence over old Wil order that there may be dinner for at Fish's for a few days only. Neal Parrott and wile Dec, 20th, crat. derness road on to Lincoln border a'l every one is askt to bring a full for LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERIAN 1896. Wanted. Representative where that county will meet us basket. TERMS: Said sale will bo reserve, Life InCHURCH Old Line, Legal with a turnpike from Crab Orch mado upon a credit of' 6 Months; Rockcastle surance Company in The following services will bo Services at Christian and the Commissioner will take territory. ard, ijoono way is routed over County and adjoining held next Sunday: these roads, from Livingston to Church for Sunday from tho purchaser bond, payable Liberal Contract, Exclusive terri- X,incolu line. The Richmond road Sabbath School 9:45 a. m. to himself, witli approved surety, tory. Splendid opportunity for follows Supt. Mr. John Walton. Bible School-10.to 11:10 the old route as far as the bearing legal intorest from day Live Wire. Morning service 11 a. m Religious service conducted by crossing of'Roundstono creek, due of sale until paid, and having the Address R. A. Young, Gen. Agf. mile North Night service 7.45 p. m. of Wildie, diverges the Elders. At usual hour followforce and effect of a judgment. Winchester, Ky, The services are for all and from the present Richmond road ed by Communion Service. Amount to Be Made: Debt, For Sai.b: One National Cash passing thru Scaffold Cane on to In All persons are Invited, visiting everyone is invited. The church $1320.00, with interest and cost. town. The church member- is a church of the people, anil we Register. Registers from one, Madison border, four miles East G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Cora. ship and the members of Blblo wish to berve the community. cent to $1,99, has 2o keys and in of Booncs Gap there to be met by Rockcastle County Ky. first class condition. Can't tell it Madison county with a newly con- School are urged to be present and Lome and worship with us. Rev. John M. Mocmillan. lias ever been used. Bargoin. In structed turnpike. The Somerset remain thru the service Lost: Ring, with Emeral, Tif The Elders. line has not been routed. Engihard, luck, will tell cheap. Floyd Miller has taken local fany setting. Literal reward for neers are now at work n RichW. M. Owens, . Every day is bargain day at agency for the Germania Life In return. mond route. C Burr', Ky. ' Fish's, surance Co. ROUT. McKsNzIE. Continued from Pagej SIGNAL 18 Good clothes cheap at Fish's. Louisville Boosters "WET OR DRY?" Mt. Vernon, Ky.'June Prominent People 79 . V y Now Taking Tanlac p T A. 1 I Bos-wort- h & aecond-claa- a LIFE SIZE PHOTOGRAPH Made from any small picture IBflMflHjiEkl FREE We want your business, and have arranged to give you these high-claenlargements of any photos you would like to have reproduced They are made by a new process ss o y castlt-walls- WE GIVE CUT PRCES to introduce this new work, and for a short time only, we are able to fkrnish the pictures to you absolutely without charge ; and if you trade a few dollars more with us we can ssupply 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 de-ma- o - Wl :v o 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 I I VI - 0 FREE These Photographic Enlargements are perfect likenesses of tho small pictures you give us to work from small pictures are returned to you iu good shape. SEE SAMPLES IN OUR WINDOW TAEY ARE WORTH WHILE I o hand-haw- post-hol- e 1 lt-HL VERNON KEWUOOC Paid Advertisemonir VV. , rr state-wid- I a flippin And Jhe "Grafters". Mr. N. to-wi- t: to-da- y n e ay red-heade- d 45 session ol tho Kentucky Legisla- Only Onk Entirely Satisfactory. ture voted to double the salary of "I havo tried various colic and aud the two tho Seaagent-at-Arm- s diarrhoea remedies, but tho only ' Clerks of the House. one that has given me intiro satisFor many years these three off- faction and cured me when I was Chamberlain's Colic, icers received $5 00 per day each, afflicted is Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I which was umple compensation recommend it to mv friends at all for the services rendered, but they times," writes S. N. Galloway, desired more graft from the al- Stewart, S. C. For salo by all ready overburdened taxpayers of dealers. tho State, and asked for $lo per Next Tuesday, June 22nd, is day each, and Mr. Flippin who Fathers Day. According to Mrs. was elected to protect the people from such grafters joins hands John Bruce Dodd, of Spokane, with them and helps them by his Washington, who is the inventcr vote to plunder and rob the tax- of "Fathers Day" this day will be payers of the snug little sum of celebrated all over the TJ. S. Why each for one &esbion of the not have a Father's Day, us poor $350 Kentucky Legislature, making a daddio's need to bo honored at grand totul of 1,050, which was lcat once a year anyway. taken from tho pockets of the Vernon has been well bless-e- d s people with tho aid of Mr. with shows this week. At the voto, and wrongfully trans Boono Way opera house, thoro torred to the Dockets of three has been a vaudeville on evry Democratic ofticer; and this same night. On the Price lot the with the other atMr. Flippin is now askiug the Reot this Judicial District tractions accompanying have been publicans running every uight and Wednesto nomiuate him for tho otlico of day afternoon aud evening the Commonwealth's Attorney, but he Hagg shows were here. Each of failed to protect the people by his the attractions received and are reThe votes in the Kentucky Legislature ceiving a liberal patronage. when it was his duty to do so aud picture show under the auspices of tho Woman's Club, drew a to trust crowded house at the Boone Way they aro now unwilling him further. (See House Journal oper houso Monday evening. Flip-pin'- Flippin at the iqi4 total graft tor the tluee officer (See House Journal W. 02 $1300. P. 2422.) Somerset Herald. y Tit. merry-go-roun- d rvH i No. 2, P. 1784-- ) Somo $2 shoos at Fish's for a P. S. At the end of the same helped to vote an ad- dollar. session ho Tomorrow is Palm Beach day afc ditional graft of $200 to the Chief 5 io-3- t. Clerk of tho House, makiug tho Fish s, I k&; ta f J ft r XI n - iFT. SvMVfftHtVV"",!, T. - ' ' ,Ji.i lV , f 'IHtf f . iV DISPUTANTA c TJBPjli - ,h i "A r A. MMtti"rt -- y- s .,,., ,,.. && axaa " Bvery Transaction in this Bank is for the best Whoso Intorosts CUSTOMERS Rro Flrot and Foremost Wlin Interest o our tllenco ii stake in the outside lino with ninturt on the west side near said creek thbnce, With said line S 16 V '83i poles I to a stone, said Plaintiffs V. D. Wallln, eto, Rentier's corner; theucu s 1M K M Pol"s t tlw bcjniiliig, This Advoit'bctneut of Biilu VS. rjefendants WKfd a part or snares e ana u in me Guy Wulltu, etc., division of I tnlri'j 1W i.n acres. From tdu boundary By virtue of a judgment and order of it uxcluded, however, 28 acres sold by to Marion grantor, J. w Miu-le- r sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, MASTE1. COMMISSIONER'S SALE da L We would sanction no transaction which (I'd not. in every way, mnko for the best Interests ot' our cus- Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety. m tomers. Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Lot us give you a start put your feet on the road to safetv. comfort and urns perity. It's au easy road to travel once you have started . i The Bank of The Bank X Mt Vernon that takes care of it's Customers ys&x$&x&x&x$3aax 3eSKK:3c&pe$$: Building Material Flooring Ceiling If you are thinking of building or repairing it will pay you to see Bracket s Rooling HoofPaint Siding Cornice PROCTOR Doors Sash Columns, Mckenzie They carry a line of build, ing material in stock. & Lathes Plaster Cement Sand DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES UNDEETAKEB Our line of Couch CaskoU IM i CI UUUAUUUU e Hand-mad- Collins furnished) Farmers are getting badly behind with tholr work. Tho wot weather continues and the weeds will grow. Thore aro more acres to of corn being cultivated in this Also the following described tract of part than over was known before iniR: In tin, alnve ntvled n.'tlnn. I ahull land located on the waters of SkeRtja Gardens look well especially potaproceed to offer for sale, at the front toes. Died on the 30th of May ilnnK i tin f"Vult llmiufi In Ml Vrlnn creek and bounded us follow: Oil tllU Kontuck, at nnlill.. iim.llmi on mi. Etcher; north by the by lilllUS of Jollll Aunt Ann Miller, aged 07 years. of J on tho east tho land day thoSSth day of June, 1016, between y Marlornnd uncle Tom J llethurum; on the SI10 was thu wifo of the hours of 0 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock south by the lands of T. M Payne, nntl Miller. Mrs. Miller had been n Kl'lli ,n It. liolmr a nxmlnp Omiiitv rnurt. ' (HI tllU.WCHt OV till' lands ol , ..... 1.1..1 .u. .'ner. and containing 03 acres, but out of very poor hbnlth for several years. i i... i. .,., "".thlH bounJnry is excluded tcnacres of She leaves n husband, two sons, "'? following described property, cofti iHnd boucht bv V A Cox from Gto of Innd located in Rockcns Cummins, and tho samo same b dng and four daughters to mourn her Threo tractB tie County, Kentucky, bounded and de- shown by boundary given in said uecd loss. Mrs. Mason Angltn died Saul tracts of laud will be sold scpai scribed aa follows: very suddenly, May 22ud She FIRST TUACT: A parcel of land ly ntoly TIJRMS: Said tracts of land will lw seotned to bo in vory good healih of Copper Creek. liifj on the w.iu-rbefore her n stout! on the south side sold on a credit of Six Months, nnd tho up until a low hours Beginning at of the Crab Oi chard road corner to Commissioner will take from tho pur- death. was called A physician John Killings; theneo N 51 V 34 jioles chaser, or purchasers, liond, 'payablo but death came before the doctor to a white oak N 45'J W 8 poles to n to himself, with approved security for youn walnut; N37 W 10 poleH to four Mrs. Anglln was a sister younir white walnuts near n hruuc.-i- N the purchase price, bearing legal inter- of Tack Lungford. She leaves a 13 W ? ilet ii small bl k walm t: est from day of sal.j until paid, and N V,i W IDpoios to a sunr tree: N 6.4 having tho forco and cllest of a judg- husband, one son and two daughV II iioles to another suirar tree: N 2714 ment. ters and seveial grand children to W 0J5 poles to a tree on the side Amount to I!o Made: w io;s ikjius io a staice; ot a mini; tnottrn her loss. Born to tho wifo N 23 W 4 poles to the crcok: thence N 25 Debt, J350.00, with Interest (0 of Mr. Alfred Hurley, on May 28 V croiiHiui; creek, and with the old bd from Juno 21, 1014, subject to a credit of the creek, 21 poles; N 40 K 10 poles; a line boy. Thurmou Richmt.nd of i 18.00, paid March 1915, and cost S 22 B 17 poles; tliencM N 21 R follow-inj- f and Addio Cfoucher were quietly for which tho llrst truot of land across tho bed of said orwk wiiurc It partly now runs m poles; tiicnce up herein is to be sold married Mny 27th. at the residence gaid creek in the middle with to mean- Debt, $203.00, with 0 per cent interest of Sherman Chas'.eeu. Mr. Rich S 83 42 poles. W 1(1 W 35 poles- ders from Juno 20, 1914, and cost, for tnond is a son of Tuos. Richmond r ikj k iu poies; a 7U 15 ii poles; H iu which the second tract of land is to be K 15 poles to a white wnluiu in the south lot the Jobnetta section, and a very r to Jane Roberts sold side of said teeuce S 20 K 58 poles to a stone; thence nico young man. The bride is the G S GRIFFIN. MnsterCom N (14 K 42 jx)les to a fallen white oak and charming daughter of W. D. Rockcastle Circuit Court a yoiini? elm and cherr, corner to Jane Rol)erts; thence S 20 poles I', 74 poles to Their mnnv friends Rid of Your Riihwmatism Croucher. a burnt white oak stump and stone N 40 Okt join in wishing them ii long and v l io a wiuio (kik slump ami Now is tho time to got rid of K. I stone N 40 W 1 Doles to a whlto oak your Miller is rheumntisni. You can tlb t happy life. Mrs, a witness tree; thence s 07 ,4 K43 IT you apply Cliiunberliuir.s Lini- very sick at this writing' will) polos to a stone near the Crali Orchard road: thence S 23 K 22 poles to a voumr ment. W. A. Lockhnrd. Homer pneumonia.--W- . H. Linville and reu oak nnd piliu on a hill side nlwvc a City, N. Y., unites, "Last spring Squire Chastoen attended the school nouse; thence b 55 v 71 poles to I su tiered from rliou mutism with Dixie Highway mass meeting ut r a vounir chestnut oak on a arms ind Berea to Fish. Kiiitf and John Kilplini;; thenca terrible pains in my Juno 1st. They were enterN 64 W I'M poles to tholvinnini;, .shoulders. I got a bottlu oi 14 1 acres, more or less, tained at Boone Tavern and report Chamberlain's Liniment und the vSKCOND TRACT: A parcel of land first application relieved mo. U a very enthusiastic meeting. Mr also lying on tho waters of Copper using one bottle of it I was entire- nnd Mrs. Elijah Abnoy visited creek. ly cured." For sale by all deal relatives on Drush Creek Saturday Beginning nl a white walnut on the ers. south side of said to said and Sunday. Tho Trustees of Walliu; tlience his line S 20 K 58 jwlcs Educational Division No. 0 met at MASTER COMMISSIONER'S corner; thence N04 K 42 to a dtonu-hi- s SALC poles to a fallen white oak and Dispntanta school house Juno 5th. comer of John K Roberts and Plaintiff Tho following teachers wero emJ. W. Hasty, .las I Walliu: thence N 20 W57H poltx VS Advertisement sf Sale. to a stako in Uoberts back Hue crossing ployed to teach at the following CopjHT line is to le a straight Vnllrey I'ish, Defendant places: line from the white oak corner on south Ily virtue of a judgment and order of Minnie Lako, Hammond Schcol side of the Copper Creek road, grant- sale of tho Rockcastle Circuit Court, K and or's John Ella Lake, Walnut Grove; All red to the rendered at its April Term, 1915, in the Roberts and Jas V back line lapping over the above cher- abovo styled action, I shall proceed to Woodpisputantn; J. L. Jones, ry nnd fallen white oak; then wtth their offer for sale, nt.publio auction, to the Hickory Valley; Francis Wyatt, back line S 38 W about 20 poles to a highest and lust bidder, at tho front Dayis Branch; Shermau Chasteen r stako corner; theneo S 70 W door of the Courthouse, in Mt Vernon 28 poles, crossing tho creek to tho Dooley, Boiling containing about 13 acres, Kentucky, on Monday, the 28th dny of Climax; John more or less. Springs; Matlio Tbacker, Grows i0l5-i- t tultign regular Comity June, THIRD TRACT: A small piece of Court day, betw ecu tho hours of Oo'clock Ridg; Bornice Alcorn, Cedar laud lying on the south side of the Cop- a iu and 4 o'clock p m., the following Springs. Everybody in this part per creek road-i- t being a art of tho described real estate lying and being in to go by ts wantijg tho pike Jane Robert's tract of land, and bound- Rockcastle County, Kentucky, ami 011 "paps"'gate, but I am sure we ed ns follows: the waters of Renfroes creek, and Ilcginniug at nu old whlto oak stump can't ull got it that way, so lets and Ktone with a white oak noiutor- - known as the Nimrod Menifee tract of cornor of enid track nnd of .lames 1' laud, which contains 120 acres more or try to be submissive to whatever Wallln: thence with his line N 20 W less, and bounded as follows: tho athotities decida upon. I sxvvvvvNs ccssscsXalllll lViccswCCcwc nnd which lias bcen Tho Kind You Hnvo Always Bonglit, 1.. -- Children Cry for Fletcher's W i'h I 11 """"b'"' """, to-wl- t, sonnl supervision1 slnco Its Infancy. ' A llfiur lin nun in nrnlvn VOU 111 tllla. ' arolrat All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho liealtn ot Infants und Children Experience ngalnst Experiment. Just-ns-good jp ST 34?tf-t--L&Xs'Cy .wo (. nvn nn Tonru. linn lioriin tlio sltmaturo of and lias liccn mado under his per-- 8 s ; siij-a- r port-out- ) Cnstorla Is goric, Drops nnd Sootiung syrups, xn is pieasnn.. xc contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Worms sulistnncc. Its ago is its gnnrnntco. It destroys years It For more than thirty .and allays Fcvorlshncss. for tho relief of Constipation, lias been In constant uso FIntulency, AVlnd Colic, nil Teething Troubles and Dlariiioja. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. CASTOR I A What is suhstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare a harmless , GENUINE CASTOR I A ) ALWAYS 10 creek-corne- -- 4 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THI CKNTAUW Z&0&t COMAU.MWVOWK OITV. Bears the Signature of riilire-eorne- C J" ereek-eorn- cherry-divisio- n When you want General Merchandise aS& I Tl grantee's-meanin- g Wallin-corne- r Farm Implements go to JONAS McKENZlE THE .. .. .... stake-thei- OLD RIB.L I.'A BLB a Mf m Hearse sent to all parts oi( the County. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,' ss Phono I V 94-S M 1'. VERNON, KY. TH ANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H work s, like magic in renewing, worn stair etc. No treads, soiled window-sillexperience is heeded. Just get a can poles to n stake iu tho center of the Copper Creek County road: thence with said road S 09 H 10 poles to a stake at foot of the lull where the Gum Sulphur road turns olT-- n corner to Abram I'eop-Iethence S 20 102 poles to a stake-cornof two tracts of said Wollin; thenca with a line of ills own tract N V 40 poles to the 07 beginning, con taining 11 acres, mora or lessf ADDITI6NAL, DUSCRIPTION Tho placo lies on the waters of Copper Creek, near its mouth, at the Lincoln County line, on Uoono's Highway, on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, 4 miles from Crab Orchard, nnd 1 miles from Gum Sulphur. 100 acres are under fonce-a- ll practically 30 and 40 acres being creek bottom, and very fortile; the remainder is level-be-twe- s: er timbered-origin- al growth-consisti- of r m i : ' :A fk and set to work. The results will delight you. It's the unmatched finish for floors, etc Will not fade. LulldFinih Hannas mostly of while oak, black oak, hickory etc., also som'o pine, THIS LAND CONTAINS A VERY FINK MAKULE QUARRY OF GRAY COLOR. This mnrblo has been tested by tho State Geologist and found to be Is first class. The residence a two- story frame dwelling contaiulngO rooms two porches and portico. Tim placo is well watered; also contains some orch ard. W. D WALLEN, Extr of J. V. Wallcn, deed. TERMS: Said .sale will bo made on a credit of Six Months, and the Commis sioner will tako from tho purchaser bond, payablo to himself, with approv ed surety, for the liurcliase price, bearing legal interest from tho day of sale until jwid, ami having the force und effect of a judgment. Said nbove described tracts of land aro being sold by the Master Commis-sione- r for the purpose of nettling irp tho estato of Jas. F Wnlltn, deed. G. S. GUIfFIN, MaBter Com., Rockcastle Circuit Coiirt. On thu North by tho lands of Katie Dotllns (now Urocks io) on thuKisi b the lands of 'A R Ilrock. on the Souti by the lauds of Chas Spoonamorc, nnd on tuc West iy ttie lauds 01 jonn Kou ins. Also tho undivided interest, and nil the interest the defendant, Wullcoy I'ish has iu the real estato of her late hue-lanA T Fish, deed., and being a tract of land in Rockcastle County, Ky on the waters of Clear creek, and being her undivided interest in said land ns the widow of the slid A T I'ish, deed,, which land is louuded ns'follows: On tho North by tho lnuns of W II Fish, on the Hast by the lauds of Abraham Uraiinniau's heirs, on tho South bv tlio lands of the heirs of If S I3rainni.ui and 011 tho West bv the lands of h T Stewart, nnd containing 200 acres, moie or less. Said tracts of lrnd shall be sold separately, but each as a whole, and if llrst described tract brings enough to satisfy the judgment In this action, then the other, or second tract heroin described, will not bo sold, that is tho defendant's interest In same. Amount To He Made: DEuT, f, iOOO.OO, with legal interest from Nov 0, 1013, nnd cost of this action, TERMS: Said salo will be made on a ciedit of Six Months, and the Commis sioner will take from the purdhascr, or purchasers, bond with approved securety for the purchase price, payable to himself f und bearing legal interest from day of sale nntil paid, nnd having the forco and effectof a judgment. G. S.GRII'FIN, Master Com, Rockcastlo Circuit Court DEAFNESS OANNOT BE CUR ED ttt:s::sttttts!tt!t!ttttttti!t:ii by local applications, as they can not reacli the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way that is by to cure deafness and constitutional remedies. Deafness !s caused by au inflamed condit ion tho mucous lining of the CHAS. - Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inllamed you hnvo a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inlliimutiou can be taken out to normal and this tube restored condition, beating will be destroy ed forever; dine cases out ten are caused by Catarrh, 'which is noth ing but an inllamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol Iars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Uure Send for circulars, free. 1'. J. Chknkv & Go., Toledo, O Sold by Druggists, 75c. Pako Hall's Family Pills for constipation. tf DAVIS Leading Druggist MT. VERNON. KY.' I 1 a ! the vnunff folks complete line of Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, und to tho old folks with ull kinds of reconstructive, tonic and system builders. "VV7R catek with to a 9 . a.- O..M CHAS. C. 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Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment. rUK rLtlUHEK'S Rub it in gently on the affected parts. It relieves itching instant ly and a few applications removes the cause thus performing a perThirty-SiFor 25 Gents manent cure. Price 25c, .sOc and Dr. King's New Life Pills are $1. per bottle. Sold by John Robnow supplied in glass ins, Brodhead, Ky. : 3 bottles, containing 36 sugar coated white pills, for 25c. bno pill with a glass of water before retiring is an avorage dose. Easy and & pleasant to tako. Effective and positive in results. Cheao and economical ta use. Get a bottle MT. VERNON, KY, todaV. take a Hnso Fron tRooms over Baker's Store .'...... v wv.iiwl, tVlbll Phone the morn nrr. 16 f oa 2 :c. . at nil it beinV a ,nifin ..n,J.l."!Z f?. 1 jaharesSaudOof the Francisco estate; Druggists. Mc-Gee'- Bank of Mt Vernon, Plaintiff. VS I Advertisement of Sale J W Mnrler and Sarcnn Marler, Defts. 13y vfrtuo of a judgment and ordor of salo of tho Rookoastle Circuit Court, rendorcd at its April Term, 19i5, 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 of tho Courthouse, in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, on Monday tho 28th day of June i915-l- t bolng a regular County Court ui.j, uiniuii uiu nuurs 01 v o'clock a m and 1 o'clock p m, tho following de scribed real estato located In Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on tho Dry Fork of tskeggs creek, mid bounded as follows Bouinnlui' ni, asnimr t,vww nn ti, ,.,, , " n u. .u. nwak .. t wry tork of SkeggCreok. "iiiK 01 ino 'J. now Gran rtti,ini'c t. I own said crock by deed to John Sow-de- r. (This lino improperly left out of said deed) 8 42 IS 28 poles to a wmie oiw wiin pointers on tho oast bank of tho creek S 37 K00 poles to a sVVt2. h; Nathans Ilray's line; theneo the old Smith lino; theneo his line N 48J K 143 0 10 pbles to a poplar and back oak au tii a 10 w 7B poles to n stake in said line, 8 poles and 4 links short of Teething babies always have a hard time of it when this process occcrs in hot wenther. They not LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The following services will bo bold next Sunday: . . .. Sahbath School 9:45 a. m. Sum. Tr Tnhn X7nUnti Morning service it a. m Night service 7.45 p. m. Thciervices are for all and everyone isinvited. Tho church is a church of the people, and we wish to borye tho community. Come and worship with us. Rev. John M. Macmillan. ....... .... . .................................... . . . .!. .. a ; : : i : : : : i . s : : : s : : : . ; : : : . : i s ; : . i 1 1 s i:; ! 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