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Mount Vernon signal: June 25, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915062501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 25, 1915 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. M' Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. Miittf MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE fei a , Xft , Illlll JUNE 25, 1915 mr Established 1887 NUMBER 36 COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY LEVEL UKEEN. Saturday ment at Friendship "ZZ'T Ml n :::? R. B. night and Sunday. Mrs Sams and two daughters, Hazel OS and Christine of Maysville, are on a two weeks visit to her father J 1 and oiher relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hasty spent Sunday and Monday with his sister Mrs. S. J. McWilliams near Bee Lick. remarkable the and Children to buy Mr. and Mrs. J. L Thompson spent Tuesday with their daughter, Mrs. G. N. Bray at Wabd. Mrs. J. J. Brown spent part of last of the season time or space to mention deweek at Mullins Station with her sister, Mrs. Gladys Anderson who scription and prices, our big house is chucked full of has been seriously ill. Miss Ola from top to bottom. Beg Advise DeBorde returned Saturday from a pleasant visit with friends at Georgia and Conway. Misses Gentry of Quail, were the Rose guests ot Misses Lizzie and Flora Hurst Saturday night and Sunday Miss Flonnie Rash of Stanford, U visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. Hasty this week. Miss Mary of Merchandise consisting of Great and Jones who has been in school at Boy's Suits, Mt. Vernon has returned home for and Children's DRESSES, the summer Mr. Sam Gentry Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses and daughter, Miss Conradus, of and Childrens House Dresses, &c, Illinois spent a few days last week with his sister. Mrs. E. J. Sowder Added Thereto Volutnns of Merhere. E. B. Thompson is here from Pineville for a tew days visit MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT MENTIONED. chandise being our intention to make of Withers Elisha Anderson spent last week with his brother this by far the here. J. P. Mullins has not been friends, also your cash; we are going to Come bring your Prices will be near so well for the past few days. reduce stock regardless of cost. Never before have you M, E. Burton Sr. was here first will make new named Records, and no Live of the week taking up lambs. these prices this early. had an opportunity to buy more IVJrs. Belle Hampton and little son, Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. Csanday for an extended visit left t3 her sister in N. C. Mr- - and Mfs. Chas, Riddlp and children of Brodhead, visited relatives here the latter part of last week. Mrs. J, M. Broyles and daughter, Miss Beatrice, were Up from Plato Monday and spentthe day with Mr, and Mrs. O. J. Mullins. Mr. and m and children Mrs. W. B. Spivev have returned to Mt. Vernon after would take this entire paper, were we to name each a pleasant visit with her father, content ouritem we have to offer you, so we M. B. Jones. Miss Hnllle Sowder was over at Etna Sunday to see her selves by saying, mother who was very sick. Mr. and and Mrs. J. S. Cqrarains, of Big Stock of Clothing new Fail to see QuaiJ, attended Servipes, afc FriendPriee nearly One-ha-lf and up-to-d- ate ltUODIIEAD the week with relatives at Rich examination Friday and Saturday ship Sunday find took; dinner with Mr. and Mps. W- - P. DeBord. mond The Pie and Ice Cream malting a first class certificate Cost Less and Mrs. T. N. Grabeel was here Supper at the School building Miss Myrtle Murray, of Crab OrConstipation Cured Onernight to make last week on account of the ser Saturday evening, for the benefit chard, was hero during the week til of the Baptist cDurch was a suc to see her grandfather, J. B. toA small dose of for less. ious illness of her father. Uncle Druggets and Carpets and night and yon enjoy a full, free, Doc Owens.- - Mr and Mrs. T. F. cess to tne amount of $32 UU. easy bowel movement in the mornMiss Lucile Pilkenton, who has Carter will soon move to Shelbv-vill- e ing. No griping, for to make their home. Dr. been with relatives and friends at DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUR is Popodbyllin (May Apple) with 4 ED corrects out the gripe. Carter will have a nice cotttage Elizabethtown for the past month, returned home Monday. . by local applications, as they can the cause of Constipation by ..:::: built there for their use. When &3Cbic& Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens, not reach the diseased portion of arousing the Liver, increasing the the Doctor's parents leave here e the ear. There is only one way flow of bile. Bil-- j is Nature's an 3ie will have a nice house anl Mrs. J. M. Owens, Eddie Herrin to cure deafness and that is by tiseptic in the bowels. With eight acre? of land to offer for sale and Everett Watson were the constitutional remedies. Deafness prrper amount of bile, digestion and one of the nicest locations guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Is caused by an inflamed condit in bowels is perfect. No gas, no about town. Robert Owens was Smith at Crab Orchard la.t Sun ion cf the mucous lining of the fermentation, no Constipatton thrown from a mule Friday and day. Mrs. V. L. . Richards was Eustachian Tube. When this Don't be sick, nervous, irritable. . tube is inllamed you have a rum- Get a bottle of WW .sustained a badly sprained hand. the guest of Mr and Mrs. A. T. bling sound or imperfect hearing, your Druggist now and cure from your rethe & till. J. F. Adams lost a fine horse Furnisk to first of the week,Ver- and when it is entirely closed. Constipation overnight. -turning her homo in Mt. Deafness is the result, and unless last week. He had just been ofWednesday.--- J. J. Bethurum the infiamation can be taken out fered 8140 00 for him. and the non of Somerset, and Judge L. W. Be and this tube restored to normal allowing 2 scores to the opposing rMfclni felie Ha'&ifc animal took sick and died within The Booster WINS TROPHY FOR of Mt Vernon, address condition, beaiine will be destmv team. Everything went off as a few hours. P P. Robins bought thurum. RECORD MADE IN ed quite a large audience at the !ed frever; d'ne cases out ten are nice as could be, no squabling or a cow from G. S. Hiatt for $f5.Q0, "When the Creator had made caused ny uatarrli, which is nothCANNING TOMATOES Farmer? and townspeople all hard feeling towards any one, and from C. A. Davis for $48 85 bank hall Monday evening. ing but an inflamed condition of over the country are rapidly adopt all good things, there was still Judge S, D. Lewis, County Atty. the mucous surfaces. the fairest umpiring we have ever a .d two yearling heifers from a some dirty work to do. So he Frankfort, Ky., June 21. LotWe will give One Hundred Dol- ing the new policy of using writE R Gentry, Circuit Court Clerk Mr. Tread way jTor 50.00- - E. B. the beasts and reptiles and tie Luckett, of Bancroft. Muhlen- had. T. J. Niceley, and E S. Albright, lars for any case of Deafness ing paper and envelopes with their made 123456789 Thompson, a prominent lawyer insects, and when He berg county, won the silver The Score the Signal man, came down from (caused by patarrh) that cannot name 'and address neatly printed poisonous East Bernstadt Pineville, was the guest of his of 000300010 be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. tbgreon. had finished, tie naa some scraps pitcher, the 1914 trophy offer000 loo o o o Send for circulars, free. sister. Mrs. Chas Riddle, here Mt. Vernon with the speakers. too bad to put into the ed by the State Department of Ag- Sparks Quarry It has many advantages. It that were Misses Elsie and Ola Rhea, of Mt. game, 1 hour and 2o F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O Time of Mrs. Saturday and Sunday. prevents the numerous errors in Rattlesnake, th Hyena, the Scor- riculture to the girl making the minutes. The Hamilton Reds of Sold by Druggists, 75c. ser- Vernon, spent last week with Mr. Mary Flynn, who sustained the spelling of names, insures cor- pion and the Skunk. So He put best record in the canning club W. H. Anderson. R.H. Pake Hall's Family Pills for East Bernstadt plays Sparks Quarious injuries as the result of a tall and Mrs. rectness of addresses, and guaran- all this together, covered it with contest, she laised 4.857 pounds ry on the Fish Field here next SunHamcu, our clever merchant, killbefore Christmas, is still confined tees the prompt return of your Jealousy, marked it with a yellow of tnmatoe.--. on a tenth of an acre day at 9:00 a. m. o her bed, and on account of her ed thirty English Sparrows at one Dixie Highway letter in the event of uon delivery streek, and called it a East and put up i,34o cans and glass shot with a single barrel shot gurr advanced age her recovery is For an Impaired Appbtite. It is no more expensive than jars, which she sold for 272 somewhat doubtful. Miss Clyde one day last week, and they say it Kentucky-Tennesse- e to, Her total expense for the season East "This product was so fearful Dixie buying stationery in small lots in To improve the appetite and Watson entered the Eastern Ken- wasn't a good day for killing birds Highway Association, W. J. the old way, and adds adestinc- - contemplate that He had to make was 67.25 making the net proht strengthens the digestion try-- a tucky State Normal at Richmond either' Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiatt Sparks president and James tive air of respectability and refine- something to counteract it. So 204.77, which is at the rate of few doses of Chamberlain's Tab, the 14th. Miss Amy Proctor, of of Quail, were the guests of Mr. Maret secretary, held a meeting at ment to every home. It is a good He took a sunbeam and put it in $2,047.70 the acre. The average lets Mr. J. H. Seitz. of Detroit, Mich , says: "They restored my Mt. Vernon, was the guest of and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt Wednesday. Pineville on Friday June 15th. thing, and has come to staj- - and heart of a child, the brain of a net prtit realized by members of appetite when impaired, relieved Cress & Cress shipped two cats Miss Mary Proctor here Saturday Representatives from points be- grow. man, wrapped these in civic pride the iqi4 canning clubs was 3i 20 me of a bloated feeling and caused and Sunday. Mrs. R. C. Thomp- of lambs from here Wednesday, tween Cincinuati and Knoxviile covered it with brotherly love, for a tenth of an acre. Last year a pleasant and satisfactory moveFor sale by son, who is very low with tuber- and Brown & Craig shipped two were present and a general inter Indigestion ment of the and Constipation gave it a mask of velvet, and a Mrs. Helen Wolcott, who is in all dealers. bowels.' live but cars also, the same day. Brack change of ideas was had. Judge a culosis, is not expected to steel, and called it charge of the club, had thirteen "About five years ago I began prasrj of a few hours. Miss Buena Ward, Durham was down from Sparks Asher, the greatest road man and taking Chamberlain's Tablets after BOOSTJUR'; made mm a lover 01 .and manly counties orgamzea. mis year flowers of London, was the guest of her Quarry the first of the weekroad builder furnished transporta suffering from indigestion and fields and believer in equality and she has twenty two a IKill cousin, Miss Ada Ward, last week. Jesse Pike of Pine Hill, was with tion for the delegates for years without sports, for a trip constipation iustice and ever since these two East Bernstadt Wallops his brother, the Rev. A. J. Pike, finding anything to relieve me. AustinSparks Durham returned Wednesday. George S. Durham from Pineville over the line of con Chamberlain's Tablets helped me worn mnrtal man has naa tne Sparks Quarry Ball Team to his home in Mt.Vernon after associwho has charge of the W. J. struction under way which now at once and by using them for privilege of choosing his 13 spending three weeks with his Sincerely, I Sparks Co's store at Sparks Quar- reaches about three miles from several weeks I was cured of the ates." cousin, Mildred Robins, at this (Represented by B. Durham.) Pineville up Log Mountain toward complaint," writes Mrs. Mary E. CHAS. BOOSTER NORTON Dr. Steele, wife, and ry, was in town for a few hours Middlesboro. McMullen, Phelps, N. Y., For place. played East Sparks Quarry of J.M. Kob.inson, Norton & Co. It is a splendid sal, by all dealers. daughters, Misses Mary and Wednesday. J. B. Farris is very grade not over per Frankfort, Ky., June 23. (Spl.) Ky. Rornstpnil on the latters crounds Louisville, cent at any 5 Adah, and Frank Ward, of Junc- sick at his home here, and his re- point. A steam shovel is also o Jn.. .t.UJVi Tocii1f.or1 Jn 0 t Death warrants ware signadto-da- y at over and spfint covery is considered doubtful. Children that are affected by tion Citj, motored by Governor McCTeary for work starting from Middlesboro. BOY KILLED BY LIGHTNING mnrm fvrp Tale and sickly and score of 4 to 1 in favor of East one day last week with the family R. L. Collier, of Crab Orchard, It is expected that the shovels will Elizabethtqwn, Ky., June 2i. liable to contract some latai dis- Bernstadt. This was one of the Turner Graham, Jr., who killedof J.H. Ward. Mrs. Walter Rob was in town Wednesday. W. R. meet duriug month of September. games played this season by Sheriff Robert McMortry, of HarWhues Cream Vermituge Hez R. Gopdman, fifteen years old ease. worms promptly and puts best ins returned home from Mt. Ver Farris, of East Bernstadt, is here expels The score Ldin co , and Will Lane, wife-mQuarry" b?ys. son of Granville Goodman, ot the child on the road to health the she had spent the week this week on account of the serious C. non where They will lb have been 2 and 1 as Drew derer, of Bell-c- a Mr. and Mrs. illness of his father. Wallace FOR FLETCHERS Meeting Creek, was struck by Drino ore-- rir hftvMle. Sold bV should with relatives. etec'uocttUdJilf if at Md-m- l 1 and Mullins madet an erro Johm Robinst Brodhtad, Ky." t .. lightning and killed Sunday. Harrison Wooda are spending I Haggard passed the CoTeachers . r ., .v rV - 1,000 MEN Women at most "Wanted. We haven't but BARGAINS Bro. W. V. Anderson of Pulaski couuty, filled his regular appoint- v9-- ' w CjIJIJIIII !'!!: -- WW n BAKER'S MT. VERNON KENTUCKY Jirrz z::rr -- W CUT PRICE SALE We Greatest Sstle To I That We Have Bought Men's Suits, Boys' Suits, Pants, Low Suts in Mens' Women's At a Discount Much Below Bost A Lot Men's Men's, Women's FOR CASH and Childrens MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, SKIRTS, WAISTS, EMBROIDERY, LACES, BUTTONS, MILLINERY FURNITURE. &: And We Have Of Our Own, it 5) i Greatest Selling Event the History of the Trade. that Low in at SALE NOW GOING N ON OUR STORE WILL BE SUTTO & McBEE Brim Full of Bargains SOLD EVERYTHING It AT A SACRIFICE " COME AND SEE' than must Don't Our I at SHOES SLIPPERS at up. x Matting Rugs Po-Do-L- Po-Do-L- iiii ycxxxxDm cSKx3r&&x& MT. VERNON KENTUCKY .-- Our Motto "SELL IT FOR LESS" x&x$x Po-Do-L- 'a A&ER'S 1 2Zz2!12Z"a ..... o-i- e Execute - -- Two July CMiaren ur y 5ii... ' OASXO i--- .fc.fc l.J --x- J .ii -- k rj? jr--.- . . ' K. Twi fUM1 - . J- . M a r- - ri.tTt'ViMtn it Afri .V mSmtitimSm f. ...?: jnnimiii win tSMWitm r. j v l"tXMmmvimiZiUimmm .".- -" vt r -. - T',atr'iTtn-iirff- Tf mi YffrYirii ninrtii u&puJWLkvm or - -- fJ ML VERNON SIGNAL FridaVj June 26 1915 11ms Hi Emo POLITICAL AGITATORS SOUL MATERIAL Somerset. The Grand Jury following the killing indicted Griffin EWIH FARMERS Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. TJBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OC HAS ENTERED Advertising rates maae known application on POLITICIANS WHO CAPITALIZE STRIFE A MENACE TO GOVERNMENT. THE BANK VAULTS OF THE NATION. MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION - -- Neglect of Agricultural and Industrial I The Bank a Financial Power House to the Community. Peter Radford. One of the greatest opportunities In the business life of the nation lies of the counin practical try banks with the farmer in building agriculture and the adventure is laden with greater possibilities than any forward movement now before the By He has done longer and In his public works he has unflinchingly championed the cause of the Mountains and is best fitted for the office he Feks. He favors the submission to a vote of the people the question of state wi le prohibition. He will support all acts and measures that will benefit his district, and be ever on the job. voluntary manslaughter. Judge Bethurum was Commonwealth's torney at the time. After the indictment was returned. Judge Bethurum and I were both anxious to try the case. Tbe case continued several times on account of the absence of material witnesses for the "The Pioneer Republican" Commonwealth, two o.' wh hid left the State. Finally the wife and of London, Ky.,' solicits your support in his race for father-ilaw of the deceased cama to Ju Ige Bethurum and rnvself. and asked that the case be dismissed and statt-- that they had made a thorough investigation of the case and found that the killing was the result of an accident and that the wife of the deceased bad taken the In the Seventeenth District, Composed of McCreary, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Jackson, s atements of the eye witnesses to the killing and had convinced an Laurel, Whitley, Knox and Bell Counties. Accident insurance company th it the killing was accidental and that Republican Primary, Saturday, Aug. 7, 1915. he company hal paid the accident policy which the deceased had aken in said company. I personally know that Judge Bethnrum as more valiant service for his party than all his opponents A. R. DYCHE Tot At- 1111 State Senator d Sa5iCfcv VJfjpWI kUlllklGB r .. a liakiviiai fwirvtm wiiMiki nif Paid Advertisement- - By Peter Radford. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We Are Authorized to Announce ' JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM as Judge As a candidate for of the 23th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Republican party, Au- gust primary 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce B. C. LEWIS As a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915 We Are Authorized to Announce Dr. W. C. BLAUK Ai a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915 We Are Authorized to Announce M. L. JARVIS as ComAt a candidate for monwealth's Attorney of the 28th .'District, subject to the action of the Republican party, August Primary, Ju-dicl- sl 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce W. T. DAVIS Ai a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the of Rockcastle Count', action of the Republican primary Aug-- . 7. 1915. There never was a time In the history of this nation when we needed statesmen more or agitators less than at the present moment. The opportunities now afforded us on land and sea demand the best there is in statecraft and the possibilities that are confronting us call for national issues that unite the people, build industry The agricultural and expand trade. and industrial development of this nation has suffered severely at the hands of agitators who have sent torpedoes crashing into the port side of business and whose neglect of the interests of the farmer makes them little less than political criminals. We want no more of these evil spirits to predominate in government. Too long their hysterical cry has sent a shiver down the spinal column of industry. Too long have the political agitators capitalized strife, pillaged progress and murdered opportunity. An indus trial corpse is not a desirable thing, a crippled business an achievement or neglect an accomplishment about which any representative of the government has a right to boast Issues that Breed Agitators Should be Eliminated. THE GRIFFIN CASE (Prom Somerset Herald ) We Are Authorized to Announce T. T. NICELEY As a. candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County, subject to the action' of the Republican primary, r- subject to the Republican Primary, August 7, 1915. . We Are Authorized to Announce E. BULLOCK As a candidate for Representative from the 70th Legislative district, composed of the counties of Laurel and Rock- ,2cajll subject to the Republican Primary, August 7, 1915. August 7, 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce DR. R. G. WEBB As a candidate for Representative from the 70th Legislative district, composed of the counties of Laure1 and Rock-c&Btl- e, Th dedication of a monument will take place at Cumberland Gap on Wednesday June 30th at 11 a. m. The Governors of four states "are expected to be present and part m the ceremonies. The take arrangements are under the charge of the Daughters of the American Revolution of North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky who have caused markers to be placed along Boooes Trail from jNorth Carolina to Boonesboro in Madison county this state, marking the route over which Boone traveled in 1775, starting from the Yookin Valley in the Tar-hestate. el Hon. Joe F? Bosworth, of -- Mid-dlesbpr- o, " for eight years State 'Senator and author of the good roads laws, is a candidate for representative from Bell, Harlan, Leslie and Perry counties. We think he should be given the nomination without even making a canvass. Joe Bosworth can be of great benefit to the state as he has been in the past. Let his nomination be unanimous. Hon. J. W. Newman is out of the race for the Democratic nomination for Governor. Bosworth, McChesney and McDerraott had just a well quit. Stanley is a winner and each day from now until the August primary will see bioa getting stronger and stronger With McDermott, McChesney and Bosworth, all three in "the race, A O. Stanley, will come out of Rockcastle with two to one against the entire bunch. Theo Morey, the fertilizer man was down from London, Monday, to tbe fit"and made inquiries as ness of our candidates for the leg islature. He, like others, says we should send our best timber. Rattlesnake Oil Liniment The old Indian remedy for Rhenma-tiiStop complaining, limber up, and cure that Catarrah, and pain. 50c per Neuralgia Pains Ssopakd bottle. Don't fail to get a package of Eagle's New Blood Purifier Whit. You don't need to suffer those "Herbs. The great secret remedy thut agonizing nerve pains in the face, all the Indian Chief's use now placed head, arm, shoulders, chest and before the Public for the first time the history of the United States. It will iback. Just apply a few drops of cure Kidneys, Constipation weak blan- soothing Shoan's Liniment; lie der. The best spring medicine that has quietly a few minutes. You will ever been used. The package will make get such relief and comfort! Life two noths treatment and sells for $1. Any oae that will try these remediee, re- and the world will look, brighter. lief amd a cure awaits them, as the many Get a bottle teday. 3 ounces for people In Mt. Vernon will testify Ask 25c, atalllfruggists. Penetrates yoht aeigbbf re what it done for them. SfMby CfcM. V Davis, Mt. Vernon &y without rubbing. 1 The political agitator must be eliminated from public life before thought- jiers. It indicates that the bankers are charged with manslaughter, I desire to say that I am the widow of ful consideration can be given to a jetting wiser, becoming more able Oscar Bowen, deceased. From my investigation and from what I and the banking industry more constructive program in government ompetent. The vision of the builder is am told and what the witnesses say it is m opinion that the killing The liquor question, is the most prolific breeding ground for agitators and :rovding out the spirit of the pawn of my husband was accidental and that Griffin had no intention of do whether pro or anti, the hatch is iroker. A light has been turned on mg him any injury, and I have no desire to have him prosecuted, and equally as undesirable. This article 1 new world of investment and no you as attorney for the Commonwealth to dismiss the.case against is in no sense a discussion of the li- '.surer ever received as large returns ask Respectfully, a the investment as these progres-iv- him. quor question but deals solely and by bankers, who made loans to way of illustration with the political Mrs. Oscar Bowen. .plift industry. The bankers have products of that issue. Other subpresence of Chas. Jacobs, S. S. Morrow and W. B. Signed in the lways been liberal city builders, but jects will be dealt with in the order hey are now building agriculture. Morrow. of their importance. A Dollar With a Soul. In the history of our government Subscribed and sworn to before me.by Mrs Oscar Bowen, .Nov. It is refreshing in this strenuous 27th, 1909. the liquor issue has never produced W. Boyd Morrow, JN. P. P. C. a constructive statesman worth men- tommercial life to find so many apwith souls- - When a dollar is tioning and it never will. It has sent more freaks to Congress, Lilliputians proached to perform a task that does Oct. 25th, 1 909. to the Senate and incompetents to lot directly yield the highest rate ol nterest, we usually hear the rustle Hon. B J. Bethurum, office than any other political issue Commonwealth's Attorney, 28th Judicial District of Ky. if the eagle's wings as it soars under the sun. when a dollar is requested to Sir: The recent experience of the English Parliament which lashed itself eturn at the option of the borrower, In the matu r of Commonwealth of Kentucky against H. L. Grif t usually appeals to the Goddess ot into a fury over the liquor question law of Oscar Bowen whom has a lesson that it is well for the liberty for its contractural rights; fin I desire to M e that I am the father-i.vhen a dollar is asked to expand in the defendant is charged with killing. farmers of this nation to observe; foi I have fully investigated this olume to suit the requirements of the subject in some form or other it fa'-"relation thereto aud am convinced that the shot in and the constantly before the public for solu .ndustry, it usually talks solemnly of case of killing him but ts redeemer, but soul material has which killed Bo veil was not fired for the tion and ofttimes to the exclusion ol 3ntered into the vaults of our banks was accidentall . done. Under these circumstances I do not think he more important problems to the Amerand rate, time and volume have a ican plowmen. ask that the case be dismissed. new basis of reckoning in so far as should be prosi' uted and Too Many Political Drunkards. Respectfully, the ability of some of the bankers the Prohibition leade permit them to in promotJ. C. Camdon. of Europe who led the prohibition tigh ing the business of farming. presence of Chas. Jacobs, W. B Morrow aud S. S. Signed in the in England, has declared that ne wil God Almighty's Noblemen. never- again take a drink politk: 11: These bankers are God Almighty's Morrow. and there are many American pohti noblemen. Heaven lent earth the bubscribed and sworn to before me by T. C Camden, Nov. 26th, clans pro and anti who would re.ide. spirit of these men and the angels W. Boyd Morrow, N. P. igQg, their country a service by cHmbin. will help them roll in place the on the water wagon or signing a pledg cornerstones of empires. They are Too ofte. of political temperance. Chicago, 111., Oct. 27, 1909. not philanthropists; they are wise our legislative halls are turned iru bankers. The spirit of the builder Mr. B. J. Bethurum, s political and many of th has given them a new vision, and members become intoxicated on 'quo Commonwealth's Attorney, wisdom has visited upon them busidiscussions. We have too many poli ness foresight. Somerset, Ky. ical drunkards pro and anti in ou The cackle of the hen, the low near Sir: public affairs. No one who is a Slav of kine and the rustle of growing to the political liquor habit is qui; Iu reclaim filed'against the Company under policy issued to Oscrops echo in every bank vault in the so capable of dealing with the bus nation and the shrewd banker knows car Bowen, deceased, I beg to state the same was an accident policy, ness affairs of government as th that he can more effectively increase of purely accidental injuries. sober and industrious. We have fev his deposits by putting blue blood in providing indemnity for the result public men in this day who are stron, my duty to investigate the claim, which I did, and as rhere apthe veins of livestock; quality in enough to resist the temptation o the yield of the soil and value into peared to be a liability under the contract and the facts in the case, strong drink politically and when th agricultural products, than by busi- the claim was approved and paid. Yours truly, demon Rum once becomes firmly en ness handshakes, overdrafts and Continental Casualty Co. trenched in the mind of a politiciai gaudy calendars. C- E. Brown, Supt. he is less capable of meeting the dt Taking the community into partmands for constructive statesmanshij up a nership with the bank, opening now confronting this nation. ledger account with progress, making Somerset, Ky., Nov. 3rd, 190P-We have in this country too man thrift and enterprise stockholders and politicians both pro aiu the prosperity of the country an Hon. B. J. Bethurum, anti. A candidate with political deli asset to the bank, put behind it Commonwealth's Attorjev, rium tremens, a preacher with polit; stability far more desirable than a cal snakes in his boots and an agitatoi letterhead bearing the names of all Dear Sir: Grifdrunk on the liquor question are the the distinguished citizens of the comIn the matter of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. H. saddest sights in civilization and they munity. The bank is the financial with manslaughter, I desire to make the following state should all be forced to take the polit- power house of the community and fin, charged ical Keeley Cure. blessed is the locality that has an ment: It is far more important in governbanker. I was the attorney of Mrs Lis Bowen, the administrator of Oscar ment to make it easier for those whe Bowen, deceased, .who was killed bv H. L. Griffin, and Mrs. Bowen toil to eat than to make it more difwas also the beneficiary of an accident policy made in her favor by ficult for a few topers to drink. There POLITICAL PRAYER MEETINGS ur. knckonH it, tri Continental Cas.ialtv Co. After the death of is not on&'person in one hundred of our rural population that ever touches It is a sad day for Christianity when attorney of Mrs. Bowen, I handled the settlement of tbe liquor but wo all eat three times a the church bells call the communicants Bowen, as the company upon the grounds that the death day. together for a political prayer meet- claim was refused by the ing. Such gatherings mark the high of Bowen was not the result of an accident but that he was purposely tide of religious political fanaticism, killed by Grifiin,and therefore an accident policy would not permit a THE LAYMAN'S DUTY put bitterness into the lives of men; At the instance of Mrs. Bowen and her father, John Camfan the flames of class hatred and de- recovery. There never was a time when stroy Christian influence in the com- den, L investigated the matter; took the statement of various eye witpreachers and politicians formed an munity. The spirit actuating such nesses and presented such proof to the said company as to convince unholy alliance that civilization did meetings is anarchistic, of an accident instead of be not shriek out and Christianity cry and dangerous to. both church and them that Bowen's death was the result aloud. Since the beginning of gov- state. ing the result of crime. For this reason they adjusted the claim upon ernment, politicians have sought to the basis of an accidental killing. decoy the ministry into the meshes of The success of the nation is In the' Very Rf.spt, politics and make them carry banners hands of the farmer. Edwin P. Morrow, Atty. At Law. They have in political processions. taken the ministry to the mountain-toWork for the best and the best 'will of power and offered to make them rise up and reward you. The affiant, Lewis Camden, states that he was an eye witness to monarch of all they surveyed, and brother-in-lew- Oscar Bowen, by B. L. while most of them have said, "Get Tenant farming is just one thing the shooting and killing of his thee behind me. Satan," a few have after another without a pay day. Griffin, and he says be was of the opinion at the time that said fallen with a crash that has shaken shooting and killing was the result of an accident and he is still of every pulpit in Christendom. that opinion. He says Griffin and Bowen were the best of friends, FOR FLETCHER'S never had any trouble before, an-- l it was largely what he said dol-ars up-var1 American public. A few bankers have loaned money Kennedy and hia friends for the past 18 months have been slip to farmers at a low rate of interest, and ofttimes without compensation, to ping around and trying to pofson the minds of good people against buy blooded, livestock, "build silos, Judge Bethurum on account of the filing of the Griffin case about six fertilize the land, secure better seed vearsago. Judge Bethurum in his speeches took up the matter and hold their products for a betetr mar-se- t It was general price, etc. The banker in con- explained to the people why this case was filed. improving the grade known in Somerset at the lime, and no man ever complained to Judge tributing toward Df livestock; the quality of the seed Bethurum regarding the matter. The reasons :irc set forth in the and the fertility of the soil, plants in the agricultural life of the community order tiling the case. It satisfies smy fair mind, but Kennedy is cour 1 fountain of profit, that, like Tennyplaiuh g because he wants to 1j Judge, and he thinks that he ran fool son's brook, run3 on and on forever. a few people into voting for him, a man u isu ttd from thestandpoui Community Progress a Bank Asset. The time was when money loaned of either ability or temperament, for the high office of Judge. It 3ii such a basis would severely test for the Herald to extend this comment, as the record is thi he sanity of the banker; such transevidence and the record shows that the Griffin cace was filed itions would pain the directors like best a blow in the face. A cashier who with leave for good reasons w .ich are set forth iu the following state would dare to cast bread upon waters ments and affidavits: that did not return buttered side up Oct. 25th, igo9. in time for annual dividends would Hon. B. J. Bethurum, aave to give way to a more capable .nan. This does not necessarily mean Attorney for the Commonwealth, 28th Judicial District. .hat the bankers are getting any bettei Sir: )r that the milk of humau kindnesss is In the matter of Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. II. L. Griffin. oeing imbibed more freely by our finan- I Commonwealth's Attorney used every effort at his command to have his case tried and that he r fused to dismiss this case under any but after consulting with me both agreed that under circumstances the best thing that could be done was to file the case with leave to reinstate, which was done. I most heartily endorse the y judgement.it in action of Judge Bethurum in this because, would have been impossible to have secured a conviction under all the circumstances surrounding the case. Corner et Ky., May 13, 1915. J. V. Colyar. The Herald has in its possession more affidavits of eye witnesses ind statements of other patsies, but lack of space forbids their publication at this time. The above should satisfy any unbiased mind that the case was filed for good and sufficient reasons and that the Attorney lor the Commonwealth could do nothing else. Griffin was indicted for manslaughter only, and the Gran 1 Jury refused to indict him for wilful murder, which showed that the Grand Jury had some doubts of lis uilt. when thev only heard one side of the case. The widow and her fath-- r asked that the case be dismissed, but the attorney filed it, with leave, and refused to dismiss it. What more could he have done? Any one with n particle of brains knows that alter the widow collected that Occident policy there was no chance to convict the accused. This is the only case of this sort that has been disposed of with- uta trial since Judge Bethurum has had anything to do with the ourts of this district Hundreds of felony cases from murder down mve been returned by the Grand Juries, and yet Kennedy is unable to find where there has been a single one filed or dismissed except the Griffin case. He gives Judge Bethurum no credit for the good work that he has done along the lines of law enforcement but undertakes to discredit him tor what he did in the Griffin case while he was Commonwealth's Attorney, and the above record shows how httle 'here is 111 this charge. Come along with something else, Kennedy, uul then watch Judge Bethurum smash you. He has met you upon every thing you have yet started, aud shown the people that you are a base deceiver. . iARE $322 it llT . " i;ss-- !?,'1 riV .V. ,i ;mi 1 J ESaa-!Si'.'n!' Lir--.,;--i;;..i:,.i.3bl3.- : fc.' JiT. - DAILY BETWEEN CLEVELAND & &yWMjt p&hi'j tek. ';rri .:.,;.rsa--.iv'"S- J ci- TW mj s SMm. t: B TT1?1?A i r -. t- T ' ip A M "CITY OF ERIE" w 1UC U1CUL UU1U . .. .. . . The Inrirrst and mast costly steamer on any inland water of the world. tions for 1500 passengers. ...... fc. : ww& Sleeping aecommoiLf 3 Magnificent Steamer. BETWEEN 'CITY OF BUFFALO" ALO g tn Ife u J H gb n - g 8:00 P.M. Buffalo - 6:30A.M. Arrive Cleveland 620A.M. (Central Standard Time) Connections at Buffalo for Niagara Falls and all Eastern and Canadian points. Railroad' tiek- els reading between Cleveland and llatfalo are good for transportation on our steamers. Aak your ocKet agent ior ucKeis via u. at a. Line. Bcaatif ully colored sectional puzzle chart, showing both exterior and interior of The Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" sent on receipt of live cents to cover postage and milling. Also ask pictorial and descriptive booklet free. for our Cleveland Arrive Buffalo CLEVELAND - DaUy, May 1st to Dec Leave Leave lt-BUFF- ! THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cleveland. Ohio pu-po- se I Lloyd-Georg- e, The Editor ani You I I polish in your Christianity by following the editor's example. Greenville Sun A - Did you ever stop to consider the Treatment .,. . .. ' 1 1 u.ueicui ueatuieuu aCroiueu yuu h to one teaspoonful uy me tuuur niiu uuai you aucuru ot Dr. King s New Discovery, ,i:cru m . Cough An Effective Cough Qne-fourt- Doctor's Prescription for - Vil bar-room- It-wa- - red-nose- d I. te p Children Cry and had caused to his sister, Mrs. Bowen, and his father1 John Camden, that convinced them' that said them to put on foot the investigation that A regular morning operation of to an accident, the bowels puts you in fine shape killing was due Lewis Camden, for the day's work. If you miss it you feel uncomfortable and cannot Subscribed and sworn to before me by Lewis Camden, this tbe put vim into your movements. 16th day of November 1914. : For all bowel irregularities HDR-BIN- E Julius Samuels, Notary Public Hamilton Co. is the remedy. It- purifies, strengthens aud regulates. PnVe Durinc the time that I was serving as County Attorney, H L. ooc. soia oy donn rxooins moo. I Griffin, shot; and killed a man. by the name of- Oscar Boweu here in head, Ky. CASTORIA - - should knock your business thru the columns of his paper you would nurse a grudge against him to your grave, and as time rolled by it would grow in size until you would find it as bard to hold as a baby elephant soaked in grease. Now, is such the case with the editor?" He hears that you have ridiculed and run down his paper;-thayou have told people on the streets that it could not come to your home, and then you tell him that your daughter has graduated He praises her to the sky. sny's she is the joy and pride of the community, the smartest thing on earth and that her parents have just cause to be proud of her. You can mark your paper "re fused" stick it back into the postoffice aud boast of it to your associates, humiliating him, if vou can, bat if your son gets into trouble, or youi daughter misbehaves in church or elsewhere. rather than hurt your feelings he suppresses everything connected with the unfortunate case at the risk of being called a numbskull who can never get hold of the news. He hears of your denunciation, feels the sting of it all, and some times suffers financial loss as a consequence, but he never uses the columns of his paper to "get even." On the other hand if you have anythiug to boost, he will boost it for you; if honors come yonr way he takes local pride in heralding it abroad, and if death invades your home he will go to the bottom of his heart for tender ex sessions of sympathy and condolence for those leftoo mourn. You might sometimes think of these things while endeavoring bj words or deeds to belittle the editor and his usefulness in the com munity. You might put a higher . If he taken as needed, will soothe and check Cougha, Colds and the more dangerous Bronchial and Lung Ailments. You can't afford to take the risk of serious illness, when so cheap and simple a remedy as Dr. King's Nuv Discovery i obtainable. C t your " Druggist to day, get a botMe of Dr. King's New Discovery, start the treatment at once, ion will be gratified for the relief and cure obtained. t Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS of and and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr Manufacturers Pone 112 J. CMeCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER tap!Tfcr-liNtf BBMii. XF Stanford. K"- j BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice In all the Court $, 1 - T"S5-- . V5--- - X. sH '& m& . -- JSSBCiSfcirnTr iiiiMnmi7Vni"n ff8wBMtoiiiiftTTV'ilirliiMai '." TrTmiff " aMMbMBMfil jr " wsx-tjjv iaMMVI & -- , ' MT.VERNQh SIGNAL Mt. 79 Chas. li McKeuzie will leave tomorrow lor Indiana to sell ranges. "Steamboat Bill" Thompson is Veunon, Ksr. June 26 19 15 visiting L. R. Hughes and other friends in Stanford. up " 70" wrtien wan Couimunl- i a stroke Ben Livesay suffered cute wli SIQNAL age and it of Paralysis a few days in a very serious condition. and little Mrs. Fannv Adams W. G. Hysinger bought of H. J. Mullins one sow and seven pigs for which he paid $50,00. J M. Craig and D M. Cress each shipped two car loads of Brodbead from lambs this Tanlac Plant Made Lar 79 week. A es H ' These Hot Days HAVE JUST BEGUN, AND NOW'S THE TIME TO GET YOUR THIN CLOTHES AND FISH'S IS THE PLACE TO BUY THEM. Fairs, I It' in - break out and the spread of the Tanlac, the premier preparation disease thus far can be traced to TIME TABLE. sold in Mt. Vernon by Chas C. this man. Davis and"can also'be obtained at 22 ncitn.. 5.04 p m If you intend to visit the Miss Ella Jopl.n, of Harrods-hurg- . the Central Drug dress . 3:50 a ru 24 nortn Cc's. store m in reuniting 5 to the secre-tar- v Livingston or 23 south comfortable and keep kooL John Robins' drug .ii:3) a rr Cemetery Im- store in Brodhead, Ky., and which of Elmwood 12:13 a m 21 South provement Association savs: "I is being so widely discussed in this J as. Landrum, Agent. am glad to assist in the unselfish State, is being today by used Thorn No. 8. undertaking of the Mt Vernon more than 150,000 Kentuckians, people to improve our city of the thousands of who have testified t Kntfivd at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail mutter. as stcond-ciah- s dead and will contribute some- fie benefits they have gained by ' -- . Everything you need. thing to tbe cause yearly." its use. PERSONAL Every walk of life is represent Mrs. Bettie Fredricks, of Calif., whose mother(Mrs ed in the small army of Kentuck-lan- s Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Jett were in who have been benefitted by Rebecca Newcomb) is buried in LouihViile Tuesday. dllm wood cemetery, this place in a Tanlac and who have testified to Ally, and Mrs J. W. Brown aie letter to Mis Cleo Brown says: its merits as a medicine of rate ' in Louisville today. I enclose $5 for the cemetery fund: value. will send another at an early date The Talor Isaacs Drug Com-panMrs. U. A. Sparks and child ten of all gond fellow. tnd continue to do so each year in Louisvilje. has sold more Thit P'inre are at Richmond for a lvo weeks Joe Grauman of Louisville. wac the fin ure to assist in the notable than 30,000 bottles of Tanlac in go stav. days. The success of Tanlac in . iss BcrniceLandrum is spend- the guest of Messrs U G Baker. work." C. D. Sutton, 13 B Cox. Jonas Mc Louisville is typical of the cordial ing the week with friends in Mary-vidKenzie and A. B. Furnish during Special Moving reception in preparation is re.eiv Tenn. ahovp named ing in large cities and rural dis. last Saturday. The Tom O'Mara has been in Laurel Picture Show hunch of live wirrs enjoved a fine tricts where it has been introduc MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. couutv foi a week selling Maxwell dinner together which was prepartd. In the last six months the Monday automobiles. no ed by Mrs. Welch. Perhaps business has grown to enormous Bethurum was here from man in Louisville has as many proportions so large, in fact that By arrangement with Mr. Geo. Somerset Monday and Tuesday friends among our business men it recenily became necessary to visiting relatives. as "Old Joe" and in our opinion, Owens, the Presbyterian church, increase the capacity of the TanMr. and Mrs. Ben Levisay, of this will hold good thruout Ken- will receive 00 per cent of the re lac plant in Dayton, Ohio, which MASTER COMMISSIONER'S ceipts from next Monday night's had been producing the Spiro section, are the proud tucky. from 8.000 to SALE show. This money will be applied parents of a tine girl. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION 10,000 bottles of the preparation U. G. Baker, Plaintiff. to the Pew Fund. LOCAL Wednesday for daily. Fred Owens left VS Advertisement. Mr. Owens will endeavor to put Gaffney, S. C, to take a position The unusual, and heretofore, L. B. "Dyche Should Ee Senator" Adams and on a first class show, of a religious in automobile work. Adv. nature, and will do the best he can unused formula composing Tan-i2t. Willis Adams. Defendants in a large measure, responsible JULY Miss Bonnie Niceley has been New Bow Ties for Young Men to provide the public with a clean, By virtue of a judgment and for the medicine's popularity and spending a wrek or more with at Fish's. wholesome entertainment. The success. The ingredients, which order of sale of the Rockcastle iu Somerset. relatives ROUND TRIP FROM JUNCTION CITY , 5oc at prices will be as usual, 10 and 15 are gathered from many Big line of Tenuis Shoe-sections Circuit Court, rendered at tbe Edgar Mullins is traveliug for cents. of the earth, are of known curative April Term thereof, 1915, in tbe the Calumet Baking Powder Co , Fish's. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. above styled case, I shall proceed value, covering thirty counties. Suit cases at prises to suit you McFarland Memorial One ingredient never before has to offer for sale, at the front door Mrs. W. L. Richards visited the at Fish's. Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars Presbyterian Church been used in a proprietary medi- of the CourtatHouse iu Mt. Vernon family of her brother, A. T. Furn One specials at Fish's public auction, on ieniucky, cine. This probably contributes . ... ..ii.-- ish at Brodbead during the week. today is a $4.50. low cut for $3 so. Monday the 28th day of June, J I. G. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent The following is the schedule more to the success of Tanlac than and J C. Morgan, Jov Archer 191s. between the hours of 9 any other one thing. Its curative Bentley and Harry Sparks, for Sunday; 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. both piominent farmers of the is conceded to be most ef- o'clock a m and i o'clock p m , it power drove their rony cart to RichSabbath School 10 a m Paint Lick section were in town fective and rapid. This ingre- being the regular County Court mond, Wednesday. Preaching service 11 a.r'm. Tuesday. dient was discovered on an island day in June, 1915, to the highest C. E. Society 7 p. m. Trade $15 at Irish's and they T. S. Craig, ol the aud be'st bidder, upon a credit of Mr. and Mrs. in the Pacific, west of Mexico. Union service 8 p.m. 6 mouths, the following described section, were here Friday of will enlarge your photo FREE Quail OwAt the Christian church. t A certain House property, week having dental work W. H. Kxueger has been ap ing to the absence of Rev. H, T. Requirements for and Lot located in Mt. Vernon, done. Town Attorney by Board Ycung, pointed will be con the service Rockcastle County. Kentucky, I I Rev. Jack Lursford, was over of Trustees. Checking ducted b" Rev. J. M. Macmillan. and bounded and described as tells from Wildie, Tuesday, and Engineer Boggs has completed Make this a real union service with The valuation of trunks carried follows: Ky us he will teach the new Chestnut the survey of Dixie highway as far everybody present. k Beginning at a stake at tbe as baggage on passenger trains Kidge school. prayer service, Wednesday night, as Roundstone. must hereafter be declared under corner of Main street and William 'Mrs. A B. Furnish and little for beginning 530. Bring your films to Fish's a new joint tariff that became ef- street, and thence running with COMPLETE LINE for Urbann, son, left Wednesday Senator James Behind the President, first clas developing and printing fective las' week on most railroads Main street 120 feet to a stake: Coffins, Caskets and Robes Ohio, to visit her parents, Dr. and at low prices In writing a story of the politi- For trunks whose valuation is thence nearly south 215 to a Mail, Telegraph or TeleMrs. Wauzer. Rev. M. G. Fish will preach at cal effect of Mr. Bryan's resignation more than loo, a rate often cents stake at an alley, thence witn the Mrs. Georgia Rice and niece, phone orders Promptly per $too will be charged in excess alley nearly East 120 feet to a are in Cincinnati. the Christian church here next the Washington Post this week of Edna Davis, Filled stake in line with Williams street; the first $100. 's has the following to say of Covington and other points for a Sunday morning at ir o'clock. thence nearly North with Williams -siSo-? The new tariff is brought about street, to the beginning, Senior Senator: "Whethand being three weeks stay. Don't forget tha Children's Day er the resignition of Mr. Bryan re- as a consequence of the Cummins all of that lot on which the resi Prof. T. A. Houston, principal exercises at Wildie next Sunday. sults in a party split or- - not, it law, which makes railroads liableidence of the defendants is situated Wanted Representative for c of the Slielbyville High School, Every one expected to bring a full II canuot be gainsaid that it is fore for losses in full. Heretofore and is a part of the land deeded Old Ln", Legal reserve. Life In was in town yesterday shaking basket. $100 has been the limit of liability. to the defendant, L. B. Adams by iug a number of distinguished m Rockcastle i bands with old friends. I T. B. Webber from the office Democrats to declare their choice Baggage ot the valuation of more Neal Parrott and wite Dec, 2Gth, surance L'onu:inv 1896. territorv 3 Countv and adjoining 3 J. J. Martin and Wra. Linville of Commissioner of Public Roads. of leadership as between the Presi- than $2,500 will not be carried in TERMS: Said sale ,will be Liberal Contract, Ex I loni prominent farmers and business Frankfort, was here during the dent and Mr, Bryan and that many baggage cars. made upon a credit of 6 Months; tory. Splendid opportunity for men of the Scaffold Cane section, week looking after road matters. of those who long have stood as and the Commissioner will take Live Wire. were in town Wednesday. Conn, of Aransas Pass, the personal followers of the great from the purchaser- - bond, payable Address R. A. Young, Gen. Agt. Jack Mr. &nd Mrs. W. A. McKenzie commoner have cast their lot defi toJiimself, with approved surety, Texas, a brother of Mrs J. W. Winchester, Ky were in Lancaster and Danville. bearing legal interest from day Brown, of this place, was married, nitely with the President Most INoblesville, Ind : J. G. While in Danville Mr. McKenzie prominent in this class is Senator last week, to Miss Florence man of sale until paid, and having the bought a five passenger Buick. Ollie M. James, Kentucky who for matin, 79, oldest force and effect of a judgment. of south-wes- t Texas. i I Love This Magazine - 1 yeurs has been a devoted follower here, dead. has re.Miss Louise Hysinger Tor Infants and Children, 1 McCALL'S is thi Fishion Guide ind HouseAmount to Be Made: Debt, One-vea- r g keeping Helper of more women thin ny other loan of turned home, after spending The Town Board of Trustees of Williams Jennings Bryau, and New York: styles The Kind You Have Always Bought 2 m2ine In the world. All the liteit enter-$50,000,000 to French tliru House $1320.00. with interest and cost. 1 every month; tlso delightful nodes thit home with her sister, have passed an ordinance, placing who, as chairman of the Baltimore r veral weeks tain, and special departments In cooling, 3 G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Com. of Morgan complete. Boars the dressmaking, fancy work, etc that lighten Mrs. T. W. Rogers of Paint LLk. a $100. license tax on sale of mal-tin- a convention, worked hand in hand sare money. Price, only 50c a housework and Rockcastle County Ky. Signature of Madrid: Spanish Cabinet rea year, with one celebrated AlcCall Dress Pat- and similar drinks, affective with Mr. Biyan to compel that Mrs. Anna Miller came down tern FREE- signs because of failure of recent You'll meet old 'riends and TOK I 1. A FREESEND A POSTAL CARD HOWMAGAHXX; r convention to do his bidding. Mr Monday to attend on and after July 2nd. Opt of If cCALL'S from Finville proposed loan of $150,000,000. rZXXIdC Opt Only One Entirely Satisfac- 1 2. A FREE SuidWof SIcCALL'S m CATALOCUK;or to some business matters and to J. Tucker Bowling of Harlan James has declared that much as New York: Americau Bar As- have a good time at the Mt. Vertory. g 3. MeCAIX3 1100.00 Priio Offer U Err CHOTCH, non Pair, August 4 his duty is visit her son, Walter Miller and county, is a candidate for Repre- he loves Mr. Bryan, Addrtt XVpf. "I have tried various colic and I THE SkOll CO. 236 U2W. 37If Si, KewTi.X-T- . clear and t' at he stands with the sociation's next ' meeting at Salt family. sentative for the Bell, Harlan, LesEverybody is getting ready for diarrhoea remedies, but the only Lake City, Aug. 17, 18 and i9. President. Harrods-butg- , lie, Perry district on the given me intire satisMiss Martha Riker, of RepubliUtica, N. Y.: Robert Lansing, the.Mt. Vernon Fair, August 4,5, one that hascured me when I was faction and and Mesers John Dodd and can ticket. Tucker is a popular With just two days left in which Acting Secretary of State, made and 6th. afflicted is Chamberlain's Col'c, Horace Smith, of Louisville, have young lawyer and would represent candidates may qualify for en Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I Doctor of Laws at Colgate Uni"Dyche Should Be Senator" I een the guests of Miss Martha his neople well. The race seems trance in the August primary, the recommend it to mv friends at all versity. FREE FREE 6 25-2Adv. times." writes S. N. Galloway. h State and district races are Sparks for the week. to be between him and Joe rapidly Philadelphia, Pa.: Two fireman so far. taking shape. This applies to killed anr1 Mr, Clarence. Perkins, a promifeeling, loss Stewart. S. C. For sale by all A bilious, half-sic-k I4 hurt as benzine candidates whose territory embowels dealers. of nent Uashierof a Bank in Pinevillj, causes wall to fall during canenergy, and constipated The people of Rockcastle countv be relieved with surprising For Sale: One National Cash and his cousin, J Douglas Mar-tir- , certain'y will raise enough vege braces more th.in one county, fire. promptness by using HERBINE. Register. Registers from one the Brodbead tobacco manu- tables to get thru this coming tliDSe being required to qualify as Masville, Ky.: Thos A. Davis The first dose brines improve Pmnnnnitinn cent to Si, 99, has 2o keys and in facturer, were here with relatives winter with and then have some candidates with the Secretary of editor in ment, a few doses puts the system 75, oldest Republican State at Frankfort forty days be Kentucky, condition. Can't tell it and friends Wednesday evening. to spare. We doubt if there is a for 44 years publisher in fine, vigorous condition Price first class fore the primary. These candi5oc. Sold by John Robins, Brod- has ever been used. Bargain. In Conn Brown, a Rockcastle boy, family in the countv who has tried here, is dead. . head, Ky. dates whose territory is confined hard luck, will sell cheap. PROSPECT. A HOPEFUL now of Aransas Pass, Texas, re- to raise a garden Albany, N. Y.: M. T. Manton, that does not to one county, or any part of it, W. M. Owens, attorney for former Police Lieucently put over a road bond issue have more vegetables now than MAM- . Burr, Ky. 6 10 3t. quality with the County Clerk, in his district. Rockcastle natives they can use and sell. tenant Charles Becker, pleads and they have ten days additional always get there with the goods with Gov. Whitman to commute Miss Eila Carson, County Can- time in which to tile their nomi' C. when the road proposition is trotdeath sentence of Becker, to be Club Agent "and Miss Mary nating papers. With the August ning ATTORNEY-AT-LAout July 12. ted out , King Burrier, County HomeDm- - primary only about six weeks off carried June 29, 1915. MT. VERNON. KY. Harrisburg, Pa.: State Board Little Mfcs Elizabeth Furnish onstrator. wille next week, at 2 extra pressure is being put on by -OFFICE.- On 2rd. floor fo of Pardons refuses to recommend who has made ber home with her o'clock at the following places: the candidates to arouse interest pardon for Round trip railroad fare $4.35 The Bank ol" Mt. Vernon , on Church Helen Boyle, accomaunt, Mrs. W. L. Richards for a June 28th, Brush ice in their races. With the generfl plice of James Boyle, in "Billy ' Board at Cave Hotel including the street. Special attention given " 29th Freedom-A- ll number of years, will leave next Day. apathy existing it appears to be an Whitla hidnappping to collections. at Sbanron, several routes in the (Jave for week to live with her father, Mr. Picnic at the S;hool uphill job. This Is especially notPhone No. 80 $5.50. Making total cost for two Pa., in iqno. William Furois'i, who was recent" 30th, Quail-Proct- or School. iceable in the races for the minor days' trip $9.85, going on. regular He Darling. I don't know what t ly married and is now" located on July 1st, Mt. Vernon-Do'rmito- ry say to your father. State officers, in which the voters morning trains. Limit on tickets She Just say: "Mr. Muhh. I wish ta a farm iu Ohio, out a short dis" 2nd, Brodhead-Grad- ed School up to this time ha-- e shown only FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S 10 days. Write or phone L. & N. marry your daughter" the dodg. Grove-Scho- ol, " from Cincinnati. Louwvillc . Nashville R R. Co Miss Tevis Bethurum relatives in Somerset weeks visit. for a few of small pox Unprecedented Demand for number ol are reported at Pine Hill. A man Necessitates Increased are with working with tbe L. & N. conCapacity. RemcdX struction gang was the first to Mrs W. G. McBee returned home Wednesday, after spending a week with her mother, Mrs, D. B. Southards at Stanford. Miss Christene Davis returned home Wedn?sdy, after a very pleasant visit of a week with her friend, Miss Pat Perki-iat Stanford Miss Louana Whitehead entertained from ,Fnday 'till Monday at her pretty country home, at "Whitehaven", Miss Bemice Lan-druof this city and Mr. John Cotton of Center College, Danville They were joined Sunday by Miss Blanche Crawford Jamie Thompson and .Chester Lindrum. s m Suits,- Belts, Collars, -- Shirts Hats, "'.Ties, Sox a, We are at your service and "We Stand By What You Buy." e, Next Night J.. PALM BEACH SUITS The Home of ood Clothes. I CINCINNATI Sunday, 6-2- s, and RETURN 5 4 SI. 5 O of-th- e .i yc3a&y& $ :o&3co$ la-,- New to-wi- t: GBAJVVIUL5 OWEVS UNDERTAKER Trunks Mid-wee- Brodhead - Ken-tucky- &&rcrnce& E&28C? I iv FLASHES Heyl-busine- ss Mc-Min- CASTORIA .WOMEN. S M-p- 5-- 6. Bos-wort- t. JRlpi ex-p'osi- on TO - MOTH CAVE William, PESZH 1 , Creek-Postoff- -- Childrer: Cry Children Cry tance 3rd, Chestnut passing interest. ( CASTORIA Agent, CASTORIA 'V I f ". Afv-:f- ..va -- mWrtt flBBT' 1W$iFSLiyHBfgBKMrBKHHHHaU WtaKM E .40rfiHKHHK..KVKTO I.VHM Pi "E "" ' " "5 - $ - lttP BfT w J1 j T- - sh- - -- . - Magarq,; wa, !-- w.. , ImMSSait Every Transaction in this "N Bank is for the best Interest of our Whose CUSTOMERS Interests Hra First and Foremost tomers . With Us I Recognizing the fact our customers, - not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety. We would sanction no transaction which d;d not. in every way, make for the best interests ot" ouv cus- I Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to safety, comfort and pros perity. It's an easy road to travel once you have started . The Bank of Mt. Vernon The Bank that takes care of it's Cnstnrnpra III SI This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before You THE FACT THAT IT IS SEEKING Your Business And Is Prepared To Care For I Fish, Defendant. THE UNITED STATES By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF rendered at its April Term, 1915, in the KENTUCKY above styled action, I shall proceed to Iii the Matter ) offer for sale, at public auction, to the of highest and' best bidder, at the front Eugene Stokes ) In Bankruptcy. IZSS&G door of the Courthouse, in Mt Vernon On this 16th day of June A. D., Kentucky, on Mondiy, the 2Sth day of more or less. i915-i- t being a regular County iqiS, on considering the petition THIRD TRACT: A small piece of June, Court day, between the hours of 9oelock of the aforesaid bankrupt, filed on land lying on the south side of the Copa.m and o'clock , lf per creek road-i- t being a part of the described 4 real est at.- - m., the following the 24th day of February A. D., lying and being in fane Robert's tract of laud, and boundby the court Rockcastle County, Kentucky, andoti i9is. it is ordered ed as follows: a hearing be had upon the that Beginning at an old white oak stump the waters of k.nf. oes creek, and wm sione wmi a wiute r known as the Nim o.l Menifee tract of same on the 27th day of July A D. oak pointar-orneOur line of Couch Caskets of said track and of James F land, which containa i20 acres more or 1915. before said court at Coving iVallin: thence with his line N 20 W less, and bounded ah follows: is unexcelld ton in said district at 10 o'clock, poles to a stake in the center of the On the North b Am Hand-mad- e lands of Katie Coffins furnished jjv Copper Creek County road: thence with Dollins (now BrotUd Ac) on the East by in the forenoon, or as near there said road S 69 E 16 poles to a stake at, lands of Lrock, on the root Hearse sen! to all Darts ofwt road of the hilla where the Gum Sulphur the the lauds ZofRChas Spoonamore, South to as practicable, and that notice and thereof be published turns olf-- corner to Abrain Peop- by one timen les: thence S 20 E 2 J poles to a stake-rorn- on the West by the lands of John Robthe County. Mt. Vernon of two tracts of said Wallin; ins. Signal, a neevsr" henca with a line of his own tract N Also the undivided interest, and all paper printed in All said district, and 99K.. by Wire Promptly Filled J7i W 40 poles to the beginning, con- - the interest the defendant, Valicey Fish all known creditors and other per Sa... ittiniiig it acres, more or less. mi has in the real estate of her late husADDITIONAL DESCRIPTION sons in interest my appear at said o band, A T Fish, deed., and being a The place lies on the waters of Cop- tract of land in Rockcastle County, Ky. time and place and show cause, if Phone 94-Jffi per Creek, near its mouth, aUthe Lin- on the waters of Clear MT. VERNON, KY. creekf and being any they have, why the prayer of coln County line, on Boone's Highway, her undivided interest in said land as said petitioner should not be on the Louisville and Nashville Rail. the widow of the said A T Fish, deed,, granted. road, 4 miles from Crab Orchard, and which land is bounded as follows: W miles from Gum Sulphur WITNESS the Honorable A.M OCot.. 100 acres On the North by the lanns of W H are under fence-a- ll Fish, on the East by the lands of Abra- T. Cochran. Judge of said Court practically -- FINISH HANNA'S 30 and 40 acres being creek bot- ham Branaman's heirs, on the South by and the seal thereof, at Loudon in tom, and very fertile; the remainder is the lands of the heirs of H S Braniman and on the West bv the lands of L T said district, on the like 16th day of timbered -- original Stewart, and containing 200 acres, mo;e June A. D. 11)15. mostly of less. soiled window-sill- s, No ww., ciisu white oak, black oak, hickory orSaid tracts of Irnd shall be sold separ o... some pine, J. VV. MEiNZIES, Clerk. THIS LAND CONTAINS A VERY ately, but each as a whole, and if first By S. W. Stacey, D. C is needed. FINE MARBLE QUARRY OF GRAY described tract brings enough to satisfy COLOR. This marble has been tested by the State Geologist and found to be the judgment in this action, then the IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 0a.. 0aa... lirst class. The residence is a y other, or second tract herein described, 0a)a... THE UNITED STATES frame dwelling containing 6 rooms will not be sold, that is the Sa... defendant's two porches and portico. The place is a... FOR THE EASTERN DISRTOT OF a... eu watered; also contains some orch- interest in same. Ota... Amount To Be Made: ard. KENTUCKY OSa... oaa. W. D. WALLEN, Extr. of DELT, $1000.00, with legal ihterest the Matter a... In J F' Walen, deed. from Nov. 6, 1913, and cost of this acy Bankriintrv 4Sa... of TLRMS: Said sale will be made on a 9a... and set to work. The results will delight you. credit of Six Months, and the Commis tion. William A. Phillips) Oca... TERMS: Said sale will be made on n. win take from the purchaser s the unmatched finish for floors, etc Will sioner payable to himself, with approv- ciedit of Six Months, and the Commison tms 2istday of June A. D., 0a. bond, a.. ed surety, for the purchase price, bear- sioner will a... not fade. take from the purdhaser, or i915, on considering the petition a... ing legal lnterent from the day of sale ' H BAvV until paid, and having the force and purchasers, bond with approved securety of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis- DOaat for the purchase price, payable U effect of a judgment. charge, filed on the 24th day of Said above described tracts of land Slf and bearing legal interest from May A. D., are being sold by the Master Commis- day of sale nntil paid, it is ordered by -and having the a mm a I W, sioner for the purpose of settling up the court that a hearing be had up! force and effectof a judgment. a..tJ the estate of Jas. F Wallin, deed. on the same on G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Com, G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Com., the 27th day f Rockcastle Circuit Court. Rockcastle Circuit Court. July A. D., 1915, before saidcourt PEOPLES & Mt Vernon Lt HemnzL's It thente a stake in the outside line with pintefs on the west side near said creek HOPEWELL SALE thence with said line S 15 W 88 poles w,V.D. WalHn,etcM Plaintiffs to a stone, said Renner'snnrner; thmwn S 31i E 32 poles to the beginning. This ys Rev. Carmical of this place will Advertisimetit of Sale tJuy Wallin, etc.", Defendants. takes a part of shares 8 and 9 in the preach at Oak Hill Sunday the j division of Francisco's land, and con- H11"8 133 2 acres- - From tde boundary and also will preach . at Mt. VerBy virtue of a judgment and order of is excluded, however, 28 acres sold by non on Sunday evening of same grantor, J. W Marler to Marion sale of the Rockcastle Circuit fcourt, date. Shirlie Carmical is seriousrendered at the Arpil Term thereof, Denham Alsothe following described tract of ly ill at this writing. Jerry Rash 1D15; in the above styled action, I shall proceed to offer for sale, at the front Iand localed on the waters of Skeggs had a corn hoeing one . day test door of the Court House, in Mt. Vernon i:ieek and bounded as follows: week. Married, June 17th, at the On the north by the lands of John Kentucky, at public auction, on Mon- home of day the28th day of June, 1915. between SthSumonJ Thomas Rev. Carmical. 21 Mr Stephens, age the hours of 9 o clock a m and 4 o'clock south by the lands of T. M Payne, and and on tne vest by the lands oi Hiss Lula Payne, uge2i Emmett Ren-dap m. it being a regular County Court to the highest and best bidder, the "Jf' ,and containing 63 acres, but out of and Ethel Barnes spent Friday bounJary is excluded fen acres of l following JeBcnlxsd property, coal land bought by W A Cox from O.-- and Saturday with their grand Three tracts of land located in Rockcas- - Cummins, and the same same being mother, Mrs Cynthia Niceley.-Bo- i-n tie County, Kentucky, bounded and de- - shown by boundary given in said deed, to the wile of Jack Murr.iy j Said tracts of land will be sold sepai- scribed as follows: on the lath 111st, a. boy. On last FIRST TRACT: A parcel of land ly ately TERMS: Said tracts of land will be Monday morning at six o'clock tig on the waters of Copper Creek. Beginning at a stone on the south side sold' on a credit of Six Months, and the the hardest rain and wind storm ui mc 4u uiiimru luiiu corner lO Lom,,Ub!'loner will take from the pur that has John Killings; thence N 54 W 34 poles been for many months to a white oak N 45tf W 8 poles to a chaser, or purchasers, bond, payable passed, thru this part doing great young walnut; N37 W 10 poles to four to himself, with approved security for young white walnuts near a brancn; N the purchase price, damage to gardens. leiral lntei" 13 W 1( poles to a small black walnut: est from dav f Sal'J ,"f. Paul Jlnd N H W 15 poles to a sugar tree: N 59 . THE BOOSTER W (5 poles to another sugar tree; N 27 'A llavnKthe force and efiect of a judg-W- 9 poles to a sugar tree on the side WSMBoost, and the world bo.ists with of a blutt": N45 W 154 poles q a stake; Amount to Be Made: . M OS W A tvilfc trt tilt, nrool1 tlick.w.. M OK you, ' f,,0J wllh i,ltere&t (G cei,t) W proBsliig creek, and with the old bed Knock and you are on the shelf. from June 24, 1914, subject to a credit of the creek, 24 poles: N 49 E 16 poles; of $18.00, puirt Mavch 1915, and For the world gets sick ot one 3 22 E 17 poles: thence N 24 E followcost ing across the bed of said crek where for which the first tract of land who'll kick, it partly now runs 16 poles: thence n herein is to be sold And wishes he'd kick himself. eald creek in thejniddje with to mean m W 85 poles-- Debt; S20S.O0, with 6 per cent interest Boost when the sun is dern S 83 10 42 polea; shining, (53 E 10 poles; S 76 E 42 p. es; S 40 from June 26, 1914, and cost, for Boost when it starts to rain. E 15 poles to a white walnut in the south Which the seoand tract of land is to be to Jane Roberts sold. side of said If 0i happen to fall, don't lie teence S 26 E 58 poles to a stone; thenco G S GRIFFIN, Master Com there and bawl, N 64 E 42 poles to a fallen white oakand & young elm aiul cherrj corner to Jane Rockcastle Circuit Court But get up and boost again. Roberts; thence S 20 polos E 74 poles to a burnt white oak stump and stone N 40 Get Rid of Your Rheumatism Boost for your own advancement W 1 4 poles to a whitj oakhtump and Boost for the things sublime, jNowis the time to get rid of stone N 40 W J polt?s to a white oak a witness tree; thence g 07 lA E 43 4 your rheumatism. You can do it For ihe chap that's found on the poles to a stone near the Crab Orchard if you apply Chamberlain's Linitopmost round road; thence S 23 E 22 poles to a young ment. W. A. Lockhard. Homer Is the booster every time reu oak and pine on a hill side above a school house; thence S 55 W 71 poles to City, N. Y., wiites, "Last spring I suffered from rheumatism with a young chestnut oak on a If you have the itch, don't to Fish, King and John Kilpling; thence terrible pains in my arms uid scratch N 64 W 134 poles to the leginning, conshoulders. I got a bottle of trouble andIt does not cure the taining 142 acres, more or less, makes the skin bleed. 2-- MASTEK iiOMMlS'SlOER'S Children Cry for Fletcher's le fiSSScftT y, to-wi- t, The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature o and has been made under his per-sonal supervision since its infancy. f7-f c&ccUiZZ Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment , -- J' Ju.st-as-go- od 1 I Castoria- - - , . lr Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend - What is CASTOR I A is a harmless substitute for Castor GENUINE CASTORIA I ALWAYS N Bears the Signature of creek-corn- er -- T The End You Have Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years TMC CENTAUR COMANV ICW VOMK CITY, 1-- 1-- 4 1-- ridge-corn- er BANK Kentucky SECOND TRACT; A parcel of la.ml also lying oil tho waters of Cupper creek. Beginning at a white walnut on the south side of said to said Wallin: thence his line S 26 E 58 poles to a stone-hi- s corner; thence N 64 E 42 poles to a fallen white oak and n corner of John K Roberts and las F Wallin: thence N 20 W57J4 poles to a stake in Roberts back line crossing Copper creek-thi- s line is to be a straight line from the white oak corner on south side of the Copper Creek road, grantor's and grantee's-meanin- g John K Roberts and Jas F Wallin-corne- r to the back line lapping over the above cherry and fallen white oak; then wtth their back line S 38 W about 20 poles to a stake-thei- r stake corner; thence S 76 W 28 poles, crossing the creek to the containing about 13 acres, creek-corner Chamberlain's Liniment and the first application relieved me. By using one bottle of it I was entirely cured." For sale by all deal ers. MASTER COMMISSIONERS SALE Plaintiff Advertisement of Sale. cherij-divisio- J. W. Hasty, VS I Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment. Rub it in gently on the affected parts It relieves itching instant ly and a few applications removes the cause thus performing a cure. Price 25c, 5OC and $1. per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. per-mane- nt When you want General Merchandise jj?. ?. Valii-e- IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Tjii Farm Implements go to THE OLD BIB L KA JONAS McKENZIE BLB UNDERTAKER orders S 11-2-- 10 9 er W. A. COX,i 00. CHAS. C- - af a aa DAVIS Leading Druggist MT. VERNON. KY. a LUSTRO work? magic in renewing, worn stair treads, etc. experience Just get a can of level-betwe- en ...a0 at)) growth-consisti- ng two-stor- cater tu the voung folks with a lin of Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and to the old folks with all kinds of reconsrructive tonic and system builders. E e w at I: CHAS. C. DAVIS She Homo of TANUHC 'Phono No. 39 a) ( If a him-sel- ff X8 I " 1 "ss Igi, a UiiiHi-HiiHiHHin:-;:;;;:- mil Sfn ...........iii.;;..;;..;;;;;;;;; :;; 0 MASTER COMMlSSIOiNERS SALE Bank of Mt Vernon,. VS I Plaintiff. only have to contend with painful at Covington 111 said district at 10 Teething babies always have a o'clock, in the forenoon, or as near bard time of it when this process thereto as practicable, and that occcrs in hot weather. They not notice thereol be published one H5s'GI!V ZIKIjfi fv lir3- - . n nl J- - B. Mt. Vernon, NOE Kentucky. RICHMOND, KY. J A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS 1 Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Appointees- - Two splendid dormitories, new 'Fre? J. X I. W i & xnira Term r Z4 icimnoreniDer January Fourth Term April 5, Summer'School opens Catalogue Bw. j. G. cRAMBt Jane Pn.ti9 25, uUu 14, -.J hcnool, department of agriculture, a well eauiDDed 2S?8aiSSL": TiF? g.n8 ,, i model achool, new manual training building, practice a ,' a.2ttza4-iwhite oak with pointers on the east bank of the creek S 37 E 96 poles to a stake in Nathans Bray's line; thence the o d Smith line; thence his line N 48! E 143 poles to a Donlar mid hunt ofc (at 4i ) thence n 15 w 78 poles to a stake ' ! cLi? Ples. ana 4 links short of o Advertisement of Sale J W Marler and Sarena Marler, Defts. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its April Term, I9i5, in the acove styled action, I shall proceed to offer for sale, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, at the front door of the Courthouse, in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, on Monday the 28tli day of June iaio-i- t being a regular, County Court day. between the hours of 9 o'ciock a m and 4 o'clock p m, the following described real estate located in Rockcastle County, Kentupky, on the Dry Fork of Skeggs creek, and bounded as folloga: Beginning at a sugar tree on the west wan 01 me ury iork of Skegg Creek now Gran - Renner's corner: thence down faid creek by deed to John Sow-d(This line imnmnoi.iw JdUUUL rwI-- gums but.the stomach is disorder- time in the Mt. Vernon Signal, a ed, bowels loose and the body un newspaper printed in said distrift comfortable. The best help vou and all known creditors and other can give the little sufferer is Mc persons in interest may appear at Gee's Baby Elixir. It corrects said time and place and show sour stomach, cools and quiets the cause, if any they bowels and helps digestion. Price have, why the Joe and 5OC per bottle. Sold by prayer of said petitioner -- should John Robins. Brodhead, Ky. not be granted. WITNESS the Honorable A.M. J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, CASTORIA Thirtv-Si- x Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She. says further: "Before I began to use Lardui, my back and head would hurt so bad I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give It Aiways Helps and the seal thereof, at London in said district, on the 21st day of June A. D. 1915. J. W. MENZIES, Clerk. By S. W. Stacey, D. C. For well-corke- d 25 Cents CARDUI Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womrn-l- y trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui lor your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women Jor more th?n fifty years. trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad. and it always does me good." .T iannt.i poleB to er fit being a division corner made between iBiYre8oanuaoruieFranci9CQ equte: "Wruggisis, .- .- chestnut T " SSL n Dr. King's New Life Pills are now supplied in glass bottles, containing 3 sugar coated white pills, for 25c. one pill with a glass of water before retiring is an average dose. Easy and pleasant to take. Effective and positive in results. Cheap and. economical ta use. Get a bottle today, take a dose your Constipation will be relieved in momm. 36foa25C,, at all to-nig- ht yc'jy333: PH Conover KY, MT. VERNON, Phone 49--S. a The Woman's Tonic Dentist . . -4 Fron tRooms over Baker's Store Get a Bottle Today! v r k 3CCX3lC3iC80C V - ti & "f .1