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Established 1887 NUMBER 3Q ROCKCASTLE FRIDAY 9, 1915 county in 1911, a wider extension than it has vet known, reaching the utmost parts of the State; and !!! e as this Commission in its olforts to ?;?;555 Til ;..."? ;';t!!t"""" 5 -- Palm Beach Suit $6.00 to $7.50 A promote this cause, has enlisted one hundred and twenty ot Kentucky's blest and most influential men and women to go forth and advocate that educatian be Jree to all. es 09 wV ten C9 eo 'oai OS' Q BAKER' S MT. VERNON KENTUCKY Tnese speakers will soon commence their noble efforts, and as K! they go forth to perform their lioly mission, I request each and every citizen of Kentucky to lend assistance in this cause, and I call upon the people of each and everv county to assemble upon the day when their speakers make the.r $1 50 advent into their midst, and to (Mcicerizcd I3ack) greet them in such numbers and Beg Bought Advise with such enthusiasm as their courage and faithful intellect, service merit. F I lecommend for each community, a holiday for all school-business houses, farms, factories V and mines, on the day when the sir fin AJ P speakers ot the Kentucky Illiteracy JJ of Merchandise consisting of Great and Commission address the people; and I urge that this be followed Boy's Suits, and Children's by a conference in every comShoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Missss munity lor the purpose of blotting out illiteracy from communities and Childrens House Dresses, &c &c. Walk-Ove- r where the evil exists. I also call upon all teachers to Added Thereto Volumns of Mervolunteer to teach all who need to chandise Of being our intention to make or desire to learn, and upon all unlettered men and women to this by far the A-MAseetc or accept instruction, and upon ah uublic officials and Prices will be private citizens and their earnest will make new named Records, and no Live students and upon etfch individual and every organization in this Money Saver can afford to rriiss this opportunity Commonwealth to rally to the TO-DA- Y support of the Kentucky Illiteracy 8 Commission iu its exalted task of relieving adults of illiteracy and I i improving itho standard and reputation of the State. I have confidence that the'peo-pi- t of Kentucky will not -- hesitate or falter, but will continue to striv" to remove this one dark stain from the State; and I believe would take this entire paper, were we to name each God will guide, uphold and bless item we have to offer you, so we content ourhe people, without regard to creed and condition, who lend selves by saying, their immediatoassihtance toward mThp ItiiwiwiiiiMiiMi'iftwiiiiMiHii wHwHan imiii i npip hww WMiiitiiiPiiiWiW"iiiihiii 'ttii'' ti Big Stock of Clothing new Fail to see Mw in the accomplishment of thestupend ous task so earnestly undertaken and up-to-d- ate Priee nearly One-ha- lf that of eradicating illiteracy should be present this day. Wo What Is the Matter with Reading? speedily from the State. COUNTY INSTITUTE Less Cost and Prof. J. W. Ireland In testimony whereof, I have Tlio Rockcastle County Iusti are goinir to ha.ve splendid things tute will hold its annual session in lor you things that jou cannot Organization of Institute Associa-affor- caused these letters to be made to make up to miss. We are expecting tion. patent and the seal of the ComVernon at the Graded School Ml for less Druggets and Carpets and S. IRVINE, monwealth to be hereunto affixed. Chapel next week, beginning a number of wideawake school County bup Done at Frankfort, the third day Monday July 12th. at 9:00 o'clock. men from different parts of the state here on this day. Let's of July, in the year of our Lord All teachers who expect their There is more Catarrh in this certilicates to remain in force, show them that we are "up and section of the country than all one thousand nine hundred and other diseases put together, and fifteen, and in the one hundred (whether teaching' or not) must doing" in Rockcastle. c& On Wednesday morning we'll until the last few years was sup and twenty fourth year of the attend the full Mission. Those esse pcted to be incurable. For a Commonwealth. who expect to take the September have Memorial Services in honor great man'- years pro 9 beloved of our friend and nouueed it a local doctors and examination and receive a Jas. fi. McCreary 0 disease oe Governor. will have to attend this Superintendent W. A. B. Davis. prescribed local remedies, and 00 The committees are as follows: .by constantly failing to cure institute. 09 I a with local treatment, pronounced A GOOD HOUSEHOLD SALVE law says this institute is Program: a The science has pi oven Ordinary ailments and injuries a. for the TEACHERS and the Miss Rose McCord, Miss Winnie lit incurable be a constitutional .. ;;; i Cataarh to i are not of themselves serious, but : :;:. SCHOOLS ot this county So, haliu, Miss .Minnie Gentry, Mr. ! eooao eooaeoo so disease, and therefore requites low vitality may vwvvvv AAAAHHBHHHHHHHHHHHaMVWWWWWWWW'VWW' teachers this is YOUR INSTI- Jesse Fish and Mr. G, J. Wilson. constitutional treatment. Hall'.s infection or dangerous. Oon't make them TUTE held for your GOOD. We Resolutions: Catarrh Cure, manufactured b neglect a cut, sore, bruise or hurt want you to feel that this is your Mr. J. L. Pilkerton, Mr. J. F. P. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo Ohio because it's small. Blood Poison Subject announced, Quiz on life DIXIE-BOOjS'or the Rev. Abbott was procured institute and that it is held for Lunsford, Miss Ella Dooley, Mr. is tlie only Constitutional curt has resulted from a of Isiah, on the market. is taken in scratch. For all such ailments to a campaign document by H. C. It your good. In order to make it John Lair and Mr. D. R. Gentry. n ternally in doses from 10 drop Eucklen's Arnica Salve is excel- Kennedy, which document was Hobert Griffiu and Edgar Cotten- - A meeting of the East yours and get most lesults from Social: to a teaspoonfid. It acts directly lent. It protects and heals the Dixie Highway Association was gim repudiated by the Rev. Abbott, it i essential that you are here Miss Bernice Land rum, Miss on the blood and mucous surfaces hurt; is antiseptic, kills infection held at Barbourville on July 2nd. Sixth Chapter of Isiah, read. of the system. every minute and take an active Myrtle Bryant, Mr. Robert They offer one and prevents dangerous compli- and he is on the stump for the Rice and Ellen Langley and at London on July 3rd. Both Nettie explaining his condollais for any case it cations. partln all discussions. Don't feel Good for all Skin purpose of Miss Elizabeth Gentry, hundred cure. meetings were largely attended by Sentence Prayers fails to Send for circulars Blemishes, Pimples, Salt Rheum, nection with this article, and the that this is for a select few. it is and Miss Ethel Davis. delegates and citizens from Bell. Song 1 54 and testimonials. manner in which his signature Eczema. Get an original for ALL. Music: Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., 25c. box'from your Druggist. was procured, and to defend him Isiah s conviction His Vision by Wnuley, Knox, Laurel and RockCom i on time Monday morning Mrs Ada Pi'shback, Toledo, Ohio. castle. The purpose of these Prof. J. W. Leader His Confession self against the charges which and let's start off on time. Bring Ireland, and Miss Ruth Mullins. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Mr. Hellard meetings was for getting the' varhave been made through the your sweetest smile, your best Take Hall's Family Pills for ious counties agreeing Song 210 The program for Monday is as consti ation. Kennedy press since he repudiatmanners, your best temper, your upon and arranging routes and follows: ed the authorship of the article Isiah's Cleansing note book and pencil, and for the Miss Flora Pennington pushing the construction of the Call to Order. PROCLAMATION BY and refus dto allow the charges GOVinstitute's sake and for your sake 9:30 A. M. Mr. Gray highway at the earliest possible Call Music. ERNOR james b. Mcontained in said article against Isiah's Court leave your HAMMER at home. moment. Knox county, at this 'Song 61 ccreary ON "ERADthe Circuit Judge of this district Since this is your, institute, Devotional Exercises meeting, thru its Fiscal Court Rev. John M. Macmillan. ICATION OF ILLto stand. These two men coming Isiah's Consecration you can make it just what you Lily Seaborn agreed upon routing various lines ITERACY FROM from Wayne will be heard with want it to be. If its a failute it Music one of the most important being Song 62 KENTUCKY" Mt. Vernon, Ky., Satur-- - interest by the voters of this will be largely your fault. But Opening Address A personal application of the that from Barbourville to Corbin, Judge G. M. Ballard county. its not going to be a failure. You lesson howing that ever3' Christ- over which the Dixie-Boon- e 17. day, July Prof. J. L. Pilkenton To the are going to help us make it a Response People of Kentucky: come from Cumberland BEST DIARRHOEA REMEDY. ian must know his message and 1 O'clock p. m. Kentucky stands first amouug REAL. INSTITUTE. Let's talk Organization and Registration. Gap to Mt Vernon. (.The East If you have ever used Chamber- tell it to be effective. the States in the United States institute, let's think institute, and Introductory Address Dixie Highway uses the roadbed and DiarMrs. Owens. lains' Colic Cholera Prof. J. W. Ireland which let's pray institute from this day have undertaken the com Attorney J. C. Davis, of jMonti rhoea Remedy you know that it is "I Love to Tell The Story1 of Boone Way between these NOON , plete eradication of illiteracy, and sello, Ky., till it closes next Friday. ' Attorney of a success. Sain F. Guin, What-ley- Recited by Grace Clancy and p0jn,s). For the benefit of one of Ala, writes, "1 had measles sung by Union her example has given such en- Wayne County, will speak at the Mt. Vernon is yours next week. 1:15 P. M. Laurel county citizens, who Mrs C. K. Rice. our and eot caugH cut in the rain My Class of Beginners in Reading couragement to her sister States Come and go as you please and Courthouse in Mt. Vernon, Kv., and it settled in my stomach and voted against bond issues and has Group Leader. Miss Minnife Gentry that some of them are following Saturday July 17th, been worried over the subject, we where you please. The whole I9I5, at 10 bowfils. I had an awful time, How Teach First Grade Reading? her action, and the efforts already o'clock A. M. in will advise him that one road bed ChamberFeel that it is town is yours. the interest of and bad it not been for will cover his inquiry and it will BETTER THAN LIFE Miss Susie Smith put fourth to this end have yours. Feel that you are welcome, not the candidacy of udge B J. lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarbe unnecessary to have a subway, When Introduce Bool:? INSU RANCE only brought improvement to Bethurum for the Republican rhea Remedy I could not possi6ly welcome yes THRICE WELa surface' line and an elevated line Miss Minnie Lakes. many who were illiterate, hours Twenty five cents invested in to accommodate the county pikes, COME. but nomination for the office of Cir- have lived but ato few remedy this longer but thanks Supplementary Heading in First have strengthened both the hope cuit Judge, and M. a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, the Boone Way and East Dixie L. Jarvis, I am now well and strongc". For Splendid board, may be had ' Grade Miss Bernice Landrum and desire of acquiring Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Highway all will work m unison. knowledge candidate for the Republican sale by All Dealers. while in town at any of the will enable you to protect your Laurel county is pushing things How Teach New Words? in others. nomination for Commonwealth's following places: Rockcast'e Hotel as last as can be done under the Miss Tabitba Hiatt The Kentucky Illiteracy . Attorney. The Kev. J. S. Abbott PROGRAM OF LIVINGSTON Mt. Vernon Hotel. Mrs. Welsh's circumstances and will have things B. x. P. U. Script or Priut First? Why? empowered by the Legis- w'll also speak on the same day tack of colic or diarrhoea during in shape to mpet Rockcastle as "Boarding House, and Mrs. Riddle's Mr. J. F. Lunsford lature to direct and carry ou ' this and explain his connection with Livingston, July nth. i9i5 the summer montns. is tnat not quickly as this county will be private home Drarnat-zinin First Grade ready to meet them. work promises to give to this this campaign. It will be re-Thursday is Trustee Day. All "Bible Study Meeting now. It may save life. For Both counties are working as fast it Miss Rose McCord movement, which began in Rowan1 membered that the signature of' trustees and interested parents sale by all I las posuble alra. Song io Silk Shirt UP Grrea,"tos"t To We 25LX e I That We Have Straw Hat $3.00 , At a Discount Much Below Cost, A Lot Men's Men's, Women's FOR CASH J p Shoe $3.50 $5.00 And We Have Our Own, it CAN DRESS BETTER ON LESS MONEY AT THIS STORE Greatest Selling Event the History of the Trade. that Low in CALL AND LET Si IOp!b (p nm t US SHOW YOU b yorrf OUR STORE WILL BE i Brim Full of Bargains SOLD "AT THE CLOTHCPATT p i EVERYTHING It A SACRIFICE " COME AND SEE' than must Don't Our at SHOES SLIPPERS at d Matting Rugs Our Motto: "SELL iT FOR LESS" HUcse - cer-tilica- te KENTUCKY &. ....::!::::::::::::::::t::i:s:: ::::::::::222.;;;;:; ifitii!!!!!!'!!!ZX!!IIZMMMiaMMaaiitiiiiiMiiaMiiiiMiiMMH'nl E Ky-Ten- MT. VERNON I I piu-pric- k .,;. bofsotxc::::: BAKER'S i Mc-Kenzi- e, 'lie Speaking at I House high-wa3"w- ill Ex-Count- y -- Cora-missio- I?S T ;f """-- .' ' I "UV-- , iif " 'S S MT. VERNON Auderson, here, and his lather paign discussed fully, impartially Ladies are in- during and truthfully. Advertising rates viaac known on and family at Maretbur the week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur vited to attend these speanings. application Owens, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs .and your presence will show that !V.. R. N. Owens anu mis. rT.n.- you, too, demand lair treatment vius. Hines, of Salem, Ind , were the and a square deal; and that you, MRMBKR OF guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. too, favor the continuance o'f KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Owens Saturday and Sunday. peace, law and order in this ovUS? Mr. Owens and other Salem part district. S. D. Lewis. ies came thru in an automobile. Campaign Chairman. Miss Judith McCall rehi ned as son, Charhs Flicks county.. After hearing these ex- j .1 l "it Tuesday' where lie pianations me people win ne en- underwent au operation. Laving abled to understand why and how teem with Friday July 'J 1915 The Utile a certain paper-cahis tonsils removed. : abuse, slander misrepresentations fellow seems to have stood the Published every Friday by ordeal alright, and is experiencing and charges against,the present no bad effect from theopeiation (Jtrcuit Jsdge or tins district a EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Come out D. J. Hunt, of Danville. va: man you all know. $I.OO vibiting his sister, Mrs. W. H. and hear the issues of this camOBSCRIPTION ONK YKAK SIGNAL" Important: Saturday th. is clean up day July. 17 at. the E'air Every stockholder is requested to come to grounds early and let us get thru th clean up by noon so as to be able Grounds. to hear the speaking in the We are more thau pleised to know of the warm reception ri ceived by our original Boone Way clerk in the pose office here, aud will teach the Green Hill school County Attorney Gentry was in Superintendent toon Monday. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Garlan Singleton and daughter, We A iv Autluri.fl U Announce of Stanford, were here Tuesday HKTIirKHM JUDGE IV as Jmlge looking atter a place in the Graded As a caiitlidaU? for District, subject to School lor tne young tauy. we of the 2Sth Jmlii-iathe action of the Republican party, Au- understand that the place has not gust primary 1913. J- l man at Cumberland Gap on June 3oth. and at the various meetings of good roads people thruout Ken tucky and adjoining states, ex pressive of appreciation of his work in promoting and putting thru one of the greatest a; d most far reaching undertakings hall put forth within last century for the benefit of South Something For You Eastern Kentucky, the CumberTo Think About land Mouutain region and his own Native soil Kentucky in addition to the States North and You Who Go To Louisville To South of us. The many newsBuy and Deal With Mail Orpapers throughout the country der Houses. are saying "hats off to Maret". PUBLIC SPEAKI NG J. Bethurum Judge M. L. JARVIS AND will address the citizens of Rockcastle County in the interest of their candidacy for the Republican nomination f o the office of Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney of the 28th Judicial District at the following times and places : Sheriff Mullins been filled yet. Master town Tuosday. was in can.lidnte for Suite Senator for the Roy Owens is visiting his sister. Asa 17lh Senatorial Dibtrict, subject to the Republican party. August primary 1915- Mrs. Walter Smith, at Crab Or chard, this week. Mrs. Larkm We Are Authorized to Announce Flicks is spending two weehs with Dr. V. C. HLAUK As :i candidate for State Senator for the leiatives in Lancaster. Mr. and 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Mrs. V. A Tyree were visiting Republican party, August primary 1915 We Are AuUiorizeil to Announce H. C. LEWIS - We Are Authorized to Announce M. L. JAR VIS monwealth's Attorney of tlje 28th JuMibjtH-- t to the action of dicial August Primary, Republican the "I)i-trict. As a candidal' for as Com- 1915. prl, We Are Authorised to Announce W. T. DAVIS As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk , subject to the of Rockcastle C'owinc.-Retmbfiean primary Aug-7- , actiou of the 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce T. I. NICELKY As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County, subject to the actiou of the Republican primary, August 7, 1313. We Am Authorized to Announce DR. R. G. WEHK As a candidate for Representative from the 70th legislative district, composed of the counties of Laure' and Rock- castle, subject to the Republican Primary, August 7, 1015. We Are Authorized to Announce E. BULLOCK As a candidal' for Representative from the 70th Legislative- district, composed of the counties of laurel and Rockcastle, subjH't to the Republican Pri- mary, August 7, 19,15. We are Authoriz d to Annonncc .Mi. ALICE DAVIS As a Candidate for Superintendent of ch ols to fill out the unuxpin'd term oi .ir husband, V. A. I" Davis, subject to the Republican l'rimary, Aug. 7, 1915. national Press Congress, sit San Francisco, former Secretary V J. Bryan advocated the passage of a law compelling editors to show their financial iuterests in policies tr matters of a political nature advocated by such papers. There is just about as much good reason in this statement as there is in many of the other things advocated by Mr. Bryan. The American Sensationalist more ap Dropriately describes this man, who lor nearly a quarter of a centurv has been one of the lead ing figures in the Nations affairs lSKODIIEAl) attended the meeting of the Kockcastle Fiscal A. E. Albright In a speech before the Inter- Who sympathized with you when your little girl was sick? Was it The Stewart Dry Goods Co? Who carried you last winter when you were out of a job and had no money? Was it John 0. Lewis Co., or was it" your home merchant? When you want to T.J. Hajes and Kirt Kidwell at raise money for the church or Mrs.-D- . B some needy person Wildie. Tuesday. in town do daughter, of Stan you write to Sears, Roebuck & Southard aud ford, are the guests of her mother Co., in Chicago, or do you go to Mrs. S. A. Barnes, this week. your home merchants? How Prof. J. L. Pilkeuton was in Mt. much do Cincinnati merchants rjay Wednesday, between towards keeping up your side Vnvnon. E. J. Hamm, of New walk or paying the ministers saltrains. Hope, was here with his brother, ary? When you were sick how R. H. Hamm, during the week. many nights did Crutcher & Brown & Craig shipped two cars Starks sit up with you? In time of lambs from here Wednesday, of sorrow who drops the tear of and Cress Bros, shipped one 'car sympathy and gives you tht and drove ioo thru to Preachers cheering word? Is it the homo ville. Brack Durham was here merchant or Marshall Field & Co., from Spams Quarry, Wednesdaj . or any other eut of town concern? Miley Hawkins who had been at Think of these things and in fu Lunch House here for several ture patronize home merchants. years, lias returnee. aLter a iew mou til's stay at Lebanon Junction. R. L. Smith returned from a FRANK HOLT COMMITS SUISIDE tew days' stay in Bell county, bought a Wednesday, where ne nice bunch of catrte. Revival ser- Man Who Attempts Morgan's Life vices began at the Methodist and to Blow up Nation's Capichurch Monday evening, conduc tol, Ends Own Life in Mysterted by the Rev. Savage, or Lonious Manner. don, assisttd by the pastor, Rev. Haines. Everybody is cordially New York, July 7. Frank Holt invited to attend these services. who shot J. P. Morgan aud later Miss Elizabeth Storm returned confessed to having placed a bomb the first of the week from a in the U. S. capital, committed months' visit to relatives in Diy suicide last night by jumping from J. Thos. Cherry, a window in the Mineola jail to ton, Ohio. Cashier Skiles and Dr. Hdmiston,; the court yard, fifty feet below. of Crab Orchard, were in town Attendants at the jail told conflictseveral hours Tuesday afternoon. ing stories as to how Holt reached the window, and where his body SPEAKING. had been found. PUBLIC Hear JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM JUDGE M. L. JARVIS, J. C. DAVIS, AT10RNEY, MONTI-CELLKY. AND EXCOUNTY ATTORNEY OP WAYNE CO., J A. BROWN, ATTORNEY, MONTICELLO, KY., and OP ATTORNEY WAYNE, CO., J AS. R'. COOK, ATTORNEY, and the REV. J S. ABBOTT. EX-COUN- recognized wherever the story of tented theatrical and cbataquas-- j Come ou and hear the issues of this campaign discussed fairly, imparis known. truthfully. Ladies arinvited to attend these meetings: Come is possible. tially and No contradiction you are demanding fair ladies and show bv your presence To repeat: W. I. SWAIN SHOW COMPANY, has more railroad you too tavor peace, law and treatment and a square deal, and cars, a greater variety of loyalty S- - D- plays the biggest Tent, more order. dramatic, more musical artists and more star features, origina Advertisement individual and collective than any TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF KENTUCKY other diamatic tented exhibition Boys and Office of Fiscal Court of Rockcastle in existence today. aoioad In our Stat. Roads are the arteCounty, Kentucky. ries of cummer ee Good loads bring marGirls prepare for a rare treat of kets to pioduiers, assist in disposing Of &, products, stimulate neighborhood interunalloyed delight under the big com se, invite tiavel and are of the greatSealed proposals addressed to "Kant-Leek- " tent of the W. I. est aid in the development of our State. behee with Woourow AVilson, and, the fiscal Court of Rockcastle SWAIN SHOW. CO. as stated in the 1111 Kentucky Democrat-.- c platform, that "temperance is essc.i-tial- ly County will be received up to 12 It is coming in all aggregate, a moral, and social luestion, and should mt be made a o'clock noon on July i7th, 1915. glory and inagni- undiminished issue between political parties," and I approve tlie passage of the county unit law in compliance tude inat establislied its iarae with the platform They will be pledge of 1U11. opened and read at two o'clock throughout the aud supremacy I am unalterably oDuosed to Stato- v.iv ?J. - p. m. for the construction wide ptoliinition as undemocratic, unof a length and breaJ h of the entire faii to an intuiest which, by the invia 29x wvv ' na tation of our laws, has so much money macadam road from Mt. Vernon UNITED STATES. It's ap invistetl in this business in Kentucky and which pays suc-- a large pioportion to Roundstone station on the K. pearance here is 1 veritable and am not in of the taes of our Mate. C. Division of the L favor of reducing our State to the pitia& N. auspicious elite amazement event ble condition of bankruptcy that exists y Railroad, consisting of approxiin West Virginia and Tennessee Shamen your a.tpetite so that iy diivlng this large souice of revenue tiom tlie State. 1 do not believe that any mately seven miles, of the road you can hold a barrel of fun. "i iiiiMJUni' pnHmnt pvktQ in erf r.pml demand r.r 'WWmm&mm. Kentucky for State-wid- e prohibition, but to be constructed to the Madison No disappointmert, Rain or Shine qurstion lias been forced on the that this 4ersMy a lew county line. in direct One week in Mt. Vernon com ".&1&cliiilJbwI!K4. ot the mandates oi the llill hoplnc- - tlureby to ride into office The work as shown and demencing Monday night of Fair and control of the State. I am in faor JAMES P. EDWARDS. scribed in the plans and specifioi each locality governing its own week. In submitting my cundhlsicy for the on this and ..very other question, affairs I Democratic nomination foi tlie olllce oi think this t be true Democracy and Seats enough to accomodate a Lieutenant Oovernoi of Kentuckj. to be nut that lut out of 120 counties in The cations to bo seen in the Clerk's In the primary to be held on oted present Admission very Augustfor 1'JIj, 1 ask the support and in- law is arc dry shows that the opposed office in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle whole town. 7, ample and those counties EAST DIXIE HIGHWAY fluence of Democratic voters of our paity. to the sale of liquor can stop its sa!e. County Kentucky, will be known believe the principles enunciated in th Tiicie laws' against the illegal of Tlie next important meeting of cheap. Democratic national platfoim of VJ12 and liquor aie theie as hnvs again.-- t rimes as the Mt Vernon and Richmond in the Kentucky Democratic platfoim of ot wolencc, and aie believe that each counthe Association will be held at Behold, the political flood is lyll to be the supreme law of the party, ty should punish I and control its bootleg-gci- s road, to be built under the state as expiessions of the will of the majority as it punishes its other criminals. aid plan. Richmond some time in July. coming and FJippin will be in tne until changed by the party in convention The cnfoiccmuit of the law in any compace with put lie u'pn.Ion. Date will be given later. Adv. assembled. that the only Just government munity keepspeople of Kentucky aie tired j Bids must be for work done in ark. believe I b lieve tlie derives its policy from the consent of the of the liquor question, and if elected, so accordance with the plans aid governed. That public officials are servtar as ni power lies, by the ants, not masters, of the people. I be- heui of in for four years. they shall not specifications approved it lieve in the greatest degree of individual I believe we Ivave hail too much bitter Fiscal court of Rockca.' tie County liberty that is consistent with tlie welfare politics, too much personal politics, too heartily indoise the revision many useless laws, too much tactioiialisnn and the Commissiouei of Public of society. of- the tariff downwauls in fact. alL the too little acts of the National Admiulstiation and and Kentucky. leal work for I the upbuilding Roads, and on file zt Mt. Vernon of Xot tn.it believe thai LIVINGSTON WILDIE HAMMOND School House, HICKORY GROVE School House BRODHEAD, JOHNETTA, SOLLY GRIFFIN School House, RED HILL School House, PINE HILL School House, W. L SWAIN SHOW HOPEWELL School House, School House THE BIGGEST EXCLUSIVE MILTON DEATON OWNED AND PERSON BUFFALO School House, LY ALLi MA RAG ED SHOW OP BLUE SPRINGS School House, ITS KIND ON EARTH not to boast and gloryfy this LEVEL GREEN School House grsat authorattve amusement undertaking, but as a positive UNION School House, truth universally conceded and MOUNT VERNON 1 TO-DA- Thursday, July 8, 7:30 pm Tuly 9, 2:00 pm Friday, Friday, July 9, 7:30 pm Saturday, July 10, 2:00 pm Saturday, July JO, 7:30 pm Monday, July 12, 2:00 pm Monday, July 12, 7:30 pm Tuesday, July 13, 2.00 pm Tuesday, July 13. 730 pm Wednesday, July 14, 2.00 pm Wednesday, July 14, 7:30 pm Thursday, July 15, 2:00 pm Thursday, Juiy 15, 7:00 pm Friday, July 1 6, 2:30 pm Friday, July 1 6, 7:30 pm Saturday, July 17, 1:00 pm that out LEWIS, Campaign Chairman. that "' Xvt 1 non-politic- al pai-ti:-- an .all publicly & C ( - .snutt&st&f. f 1 to'-da- s de-h.n- ce pl.it-loi- m, -- Ken-tuc- kj 1 1 1 Umk A. R. DYCHE "The Pioneer Republican" 1 - r of London, Ky., solicits your support in his race for Judge B. J. Betburnin and State Senator In the Seventeenth District, Composed of McCreary, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Jackson, Laurel, Whitley, Knox and Bell Counties. Court at Mt. Vernon on Thursday of last week. J. B. Farris, who was reported so ill last week, died at his borne here last Friday afternoon. After funeral services conducted at the Baptist church by the Rev. A. J. Pi Ice, his remains were laid to rest in the Christian charch cemetery. Besides his widow, he is survived Mrs. Jesse Wallin, daughters, Mrs Julian Bordes and Mrs. W. Judge M. L. Jar via will address the citizens of Rockcastle County iu the inteaest of their candidacy for the nomination and ion for the office of Circuit Judge aud Commonwealth's Attorney of the 2Sth. Judicial District at the Courthouse, in Mt Vernon, Ky., Saturday Tuly 17, 19i5at 1 o'clock re-ele- 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 he has unflinchingly championed the cause of the Mountains and is best fitted for the office he seeks. He favors the 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, and be ever on the job. by three P. M. J. C. Davis, Attorney of Ex-County Monti-cel'.- o. AtKy., and of Wayne County, J. A. J. Owens of this place, arid four torney sons, W. R. and Ed Farris of East Brown, Attorney of Monticello, Attorney of Bernstadt, Luther Farris of Illi Ky.t and nois. and Maurice Farris. of Lin Wayne County and James R. coln County, all of whom were at Cook, attorney of 'Somerset, Ky. his bedside when death came will speak in the" interest of the The bereaved ones have much said Bethurum and Jarvis at 10 svmnathv. Mrs W. H. Anderson o'clock, A. M , on the same dayt spent from Thursday until Satur at said place. The Rev. J. S. day with relatives at Maretburg.j Abbott will also speak on the J. R. Mastersou, an L. & N. same day at the courthouse. It bridge carpenter, was the guest, is his purpise to explain the of J. Mont Roberts here Saturday. manner in which his signature Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Adams lef t was procured to a campaign docuWednesday of last week for Dry ment, which was published aud Mrs. used by H. C. Kennedy in his Ridge, near Cincinnati, Adams returning the iirst of the interest; and he will explain fully week Mr. Adams, who is in very why he repudiated the article poor health will remain there for' and refused to stand sponsor for . several weeks. Miss Amy Proc its oontent's and raisrepresenlja-t'onsIt is to be hoped that the tor of Mt. Vernon, was the guest "Miss Mary Proctor, Republicans of this county will of her aunt, They last Friday. Mrs. Too Mink, of i hear this explanation. guest of her will a?so explain why they are, Richmond, was the parents, Mr. and Mrs P. H opposing H. 0, Kennedy aad W.I Robins, from Friday luitil Tues- - N. Flippin, although, the first day. Dr. and Mrs. W.F.Carter named two are from tlie same Ex-Count- y i- - LOOK! Pure Lard Sugar 50 lbs $5.25 25 Ibe 1.75 doz. Fruit Jars, I gal .70 I 1.00 Helmit Flour 10c t Matches, 3 boxes 10c Lenox Soap, 3 bars Ship Stuff, pure wheat, no corn brand $1.00 per 100 lbs the couise of that gtc.it rot of Democtats the Hon. Woodiow Wilson in dealing with" the European situation and in his efforts to insure our national peace at all costs save at the expanse of our national honor, and believe It the duty of every good citizen to uphold his hands in the piesent crisis, regaulless of party alliliatiun. heartilv commend the present administration in Kentucky for its efToits to "edeem, and in redeeming, the pleilirns made to the people in the Democranc platform of 1911, in the enactment of ai Jirect primary law to insure fair electiai.s a Kentucky and that any man might lUbmit his claims for olllce to the voters. I air in favor of the extension and of the schools of Kentucky so that the children of "people in all walks of life may receive that degree of educa tion that will put them on an equal footing with the children and youth of that State now affording the best educational advantages in the battle of life. I approve of the women of Kentucky, to whose hearts this subject is especially dear, voting in all school elections'. I favor laws to destroy all corrupt lobbying in Kentucky. I favor removing the prisons of Kentucky from political and for humane laws governing prisoners, looking to their and in accordance with the advance thought of the day on this subject. I am for an economic administration of the government, the abolition of useless offices and that same degree of care In the expendituie of the people's money as is exercised in private life; for the liouidation of the State debt and believe that a State, like an individual, should live within its income. I favor the constitutional amendment for a change in the method of taxation in Kentucky to the end that all property shall bear its just proportion of taxation, and that capital may be invited to the State to hslp develop our wondeiful natural ;esources and be assured of a square deal; that it may know from laws in advance Just what It may expect and that It will not have to get into politics to avoid being taxed to death, and also that it can not expect by political influence to avoid its just burden of the expenditure necessary to operate the government. I favor the cnactme t of laws permitan. T farmers and ting among all classes of i or sufficient to proeure fair markets f their products and to prevent the encioachment of monopoly on their rights. 1 am In full accord with the spirit of road building and improvement that is especiall IIlng 1 bet-ierm- n, R. S. JETT ON THE CORNER ROOM WEST ROCKCASTLE HOTEL L Ceme and See, Then Buy y stiff sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment lightly applied, a little quiet Prospect. Jefferson county, Kentucky. andyour soreness disappears like (Adv.) June 24. 3915. magic. Nothing ever helped like your Sloan's Liniment. I can never thank you enough", h. &. N OFFERS REDUCED NQN FAI'R Dates of sale will writes one grateful user. Stop KATES TO MT. VERNON 5 and 6, final limit suffering, aches and pains. be August An FAIR excellent counter-irritan- t hetter Aug. 8th. All Th'- - L. & N. R. R. will make a erson "School Lav. and cleaner than mustard. bottle druggists, 2.5c. Get a rate of 3Cts. per mile, plus twenty Penetrates without five cents, for the round trip to COMPLPTC TWO TEAK COUK?E. ubbing. UtL Mt. Vernon, Ky , from Williams- ondtenp.Jin.3.jear optnaOct.3. 8c. Prepared for ban .a ;" cesi to 24 courts an llarja ltbruim burg, Barbours ville, Junci..n dictates. trlt-'i- Foi liirta-:- .is! fultioa - Jll j paTaL.e. f XK ca :ra t .mil liandVinie lixll iiuoton') 1 cbln ot City, Richmond and internrdrat,' Tliotnas Jetfersoa rcudy to frne. Irite FC8 FUTCHER'S stations, on account of MT YE I. ailOTT FWOfiO. &C7, Lwwilk, Ky, 3-- 4 laws can supplant individual efioit, oi that we can by legislation make a "promised laud." Laws can not create wealth; it must come through individual effort; but let us in Kentucky make all men truly equal before the law, and assure e ich man a fair chance that he aiav enjoy the rcvaid of industry, and let ut have equal and exact justice to all am exclusive pi i lieges to none. I was a candidate for this nomination iu lull, and defeated accoiding to the otllcial count by a plurality of I.jC.2 votes. I hope to win this time." and hone that the Democrats of Kentucky will receive kindly this second thrusting of myselt upon the political stage. I have no axis to grind, no soies to heal, no malice toward any man or set of men, and nc debts to pay except those of gratitude foi the support I leceived before. 1 was born 'a Kentucky, my ancestry camf tluough the Cumberland uap from Virginia in 1787 and settled in Nelson county We have lived upon Kentucky soil ev-- i since. Kvery sentiment and tie of mj ancestors and myself is in Kentucky. I love and honor her history. Kvery hop tor the future of my children is Iinkei. to Kentucky and its future. I was educated In the common schools and graduated at Centre College. I ha-.- e piac-tice- d law in Jefferson county and for while in Caldwell county since my majority. I have served two terms in tin Kentucky Legislature. What ability ' have to fill this office I leave for tho.-- t who know me to say. That I will do in: full duty as I see without fear or favoi and with due regard to what I have herein said, I affirm. A appeal to you for your vote and helj and inlluence. If you will favor me w 1 this nomination 1 shall use my utmost endeavor to waj with your other nominees a successful fight In November. Whatever shall be your decision I shall, as I have always done in the past, support at the polls and on the stump the nominees of our party. I believe in majority rule and shall abide It. The Democratic Natlona. Administration is entitled to a vote of confidence. Kentucky Is, and of right ought to be, a Democratic St-tAfter we have selected our nominees we will get together pile up an old-tiDemocratic maand jority In November. Thanking you for your consideration of this announcement tand respectfully soliciting your support, I am your obeJAS. P. EDWARDS. dient servant, Ky. The Fiscal court of Rockcastle County expressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Before contracts are binding on h'rst parties they must receive the approval of the commissioner of Public Roads. Each bid shall be accompanied by cash or certified check, pay-tbl- e at sight to the county Treasurer for five per cent of the amount of the proposal; which diall be held until the execution of tht-- contract Before the contract is awarded the succesful bidder or bidders will be required turnish a bond of an anu unt equal to the amount of the proposal for the faithful performance of the work in accord "iih the aforesaid plans ind specifications. All work to be done under the directions and supervision of the commissioner of Public Roads. By order of the Fiscal court of Rcckcastl Countv, Kentucky. S. F. Bowman Clerk, Rockcastle County Court. TIRED, ACHING MUSCLES RELIEVED Hard work, mean over-exertion Jff s? to-da-- 1. e t- Oliildren Cry GASTORIA TV r -- Jwt U. vss- - r. - - 2f- . 1V1T. VERTMON SIGNAL 9. 1915 Mt. Vernon, Ky July -- yr j wnenWf' wan toCommunl. JJ cate with 9IQNAL T up"No.79" LoutsviLtc A. Nashville R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 iicrtn 24 norm 23 south 504pm 3:uG am 11:39 aw til South Phone No. S. Knlered 12:13 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent. at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice as feeoond-cias- s mail matter. PERSONAL Bob Hicks was up from Monday. Brod-hea- d Joe McKenzie was in Preachers ville Saturday and Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Whitehead, of Williamsburg, is visiting relatives hero. Miss Hope Morgan of East Berns'adt, is with Miss Christine Davis Wallace Haggard and Walter Robins, of Brodhead, were here Sunday. Miss Ethel Davis spent 'ast week with Miss Mary Latham at Level Green. George Furnish, of Brod'.iead, visited his cousin, Raymond Rich ards, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscir Wallin and children are visiting at Cedar Creek this week. Luther Manus, the Main street grocerymau is very sick and it is thought has typhoid. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. McKenzie are the proud parents of a fine boy baby born Wednesday. Charlie L. Davis and Robert McKenzie spent the Fourth in Williamsburg and Corbin. Mr. and Mrs. Underwood have returned to their home, in Corbin, after a sboit visit with relatives here. Airs. Mary Williams left Monday for a several weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Williams, at Somerset. Mrs. George Brock and little daughter, Mary Lucas are with Mr. and Mrs. Will Fish and the family of E. S. Albright. .Mr. W. H. Branaman was in from Wildie Tuesday and reported L. T. Stewart's condition un changed. Mr. Stewart is a very sick man. Mrs. M. T. Dorsey, of Chicago, who was Miss Ann Weber, came last week lor a visit to her mother and sister, Mrs. Weber and Mrs. S. D. Lewis. Misses Blanche and Sydney Crawford, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crawford are very sick with typhoid at their home on Old Main. Both "children of Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Young have been very sick for the past week. J. Preston, the oldest is better but the young- est continues very sick. Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Macraillan are rejoicing over, the a.i rival of their first born, a boy. on July 7. The young man's name is John Elliott Macmillan. Jack Hysinger and sisters. and Misses Carrie and Louise Miss Willie Francis spent S uir-da- y and Monday in Paint Lick and attended the 4th. ol July celebration. Mrs. G. M. Ballaid and Mrs. Julia Ballard went to London Friday to see Mrs. W. K. Dillion who is very low. Wednesday Judge G. M. Ballard received a telegram to come that Mrs. Ballard was very sick. Mrs. J. T. Meadows and sons, Jessie and Uwen left Tuesday for a visit to "friends in Nashville and Louisville and her little daughter, Ina, who has been in Nashville for two weeks will return home with them. We all meet Aug. 4, 5 and 6 for the Big Mt. Vernon Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson Send your kodak films 'to Fish's of Preachersville, were here Mon- for first class developing and day. Prof. J. L. Pilkenton, of BrodW. H and James Bullock have head, was in our town between bought the R. L. Bray store hcuse trains Wednesday. at Wabd and will open a store Mrs. John Robin was up from there soon. Well-Dres- st Brodhead Monday with her sister Home coining week for all Mt. Mrs. F. L- - Durham. Co., Vernon and Rockeastle Miss Mildred Robins, of Brod! people is the first week in Aug , head, spent the week with her 5 G. and Also Fair week. aunt, Mrs F. L. Durhim. Foil Salh: One 2 bv 9 inch LOCAL steel skeine, Cox wagon, second Hon. H. V. McUhesney, Demo- hand, will sell at a baigain, if sold W. M. Mui.lins, cratic candidate for Governor will at once. July-a-3t- . Mt. Vernan. speak in the Court house in Mt. Vernon Thursday July 2? at 1 McChesuey, the State Wide Pro o'clock p. m. Come out and hear hibition' candidate for Governor him. Adv. will address the voters in the The Mt. Vernon Fair Cata court house in Mt. Vernon, logues are ready for distribution Thursday July 22. Don't forget If you have not 'already received the date Adv. one, drop the Secretary, James The London base ball team Maret a postal, and one will be came down last Thursday and mailed you at once. gave our bovs a good walloping, We Dixie Highway. Rockcastle but for some reason or other our has the honor of constructing the sporting editor failed to report first finished piece of East Dixie this game and hence our readers fill Mail Orders make a spec Highway in the mountains b will be deprived the privilege of Promptly and putting down one eighth of a mile knowing just how the score did ialty of snappy up-to-d-ate in Mt. Vernon on the Dixie Boone staud. We have gladly tendered on route. the space for a full report of all Orders $1 or more furnishings Mt. Vernon Fair, Aug. 45 and games, but we did not mean to anywhere 6, promises to be the greatest ex- confine it only to those in which fo: men hibition yet given. Bigger enter- the home team are victorious. tainment in every line. The We want it all, good or bad, or Catalogues are now out and read none at all. Reduced rates on L. & N. R. for distribution notice particular Some may think that on acR. to the Mt. Vernon Fair. the money the association is count of it being so near the paying out for your pleasure. Primary election day Think twice before you votefor that there Harness and racing stock from will be a lot of whiskey used and Jarvis and surely you will vote all over the State are to be ' bootlegged" around the Mt. Ver- for Flipping Adv. seen on our track each and every non Fair Groudds, but if you will Repairs for any kind of mowing day. remember last year there were machines furnished on short You should come to the Mt. several "bootleggers" and druuks notice by J. Fiih & Son. Vernon Fair Aug. 4 5 and 6 this t:ken in by the, officers of the Vote for a man who knows his RECEIVED AT Nashville, year because everybody else is law. County Judge Ballard and duty and who has the ability to coming therefore you don't want Sheriff Mullins promise their July 6, 1915. to miss especially the last two loyal support this year again and execute it. Vote for Flippin. days some of the greatest features state that they will see that order Adv. Vernon, that have ever been pulled off are is preserved and thaf all ''boot Special free attractions have booked for those two days. The leggers" are properly dealt with been engaged for the Brodhead W. I. Swain Show Co., promise In a communication to our Fair. Don't forget the dates-A- ug Stability, durability, emphatically demonto give to the public absolutely original good roads man at this 11, 12,13. free a high diving fete which you place, Governor John M. Slatou strated for the third time within ten days when LcST: -- Gold broach, small diawill remember was one of the of Georgia writes: received "I Maxwell race cars won first and third in 300-mi- le greatest fetes ever performed in your kind letter of 22nd. inst , and mond in center. Finder return this part of the State three years greatly appreciate your ex- and receive liberal reward. July 8th, first Maxwell, race, ago. Miss Kate Moore, Make your arrangements pression of approval and the driven by Reichenbacher, average speed 91 and now for th;s year will be our Mt. Vernon, Ky. editorial clippings from the press banner year. Oue of the best which you enclosed . The country seven hundreths miles per hour, was same car A Union City, Tenn., Milling bands in the U. S. will perform should appreciate the great work concern has contracted for 14ooo won 300-mil- le race July 3rd, Sioux City daily at the Fair grounds. you have done for the Cumber- bushels Of wheat in Fulton Co., and was also the first American car to finish Lieutenant Governor Edward land Mountain iange and the Kentucky at$i per.pushel. State of Kentucky in putting J. McDesraott spoke here TuesChicago 500-mi- le derby, June average It seems that our good friend day. Because of conditions which Boone Way on the map and mak speed miles per hour. the Lieut. Governor fully under- ing East Dixie Highway possible. Al Adams and family have had Mr. stood, the crowd which heard him Our country shohld appreciate their share of typhoid. men who do such work as you have Adams was down for six week or was rather small, and had it not more in the early Spring and now been for our republican friends, done." Mrs. Adams has it. the crowd would have been ex-ceedingly small. Although the McFarland Memorial John Robins, secretary of the McDermott followers are few in Brodhead Fair Presbyterian Church Stanford on Association, was in Rockcastle, yet those who heard last County court day him Tues day were greatly pleased and while there sold a number of with the speech and it comes from a Services for Sunday in of pretty direct source, that some Sabbath School, and Bible classes shares stock tuis great enterprise. Mr. Robins is making 10 a. m. few who were 'sorter' on the special effort to sell the few fence before the speaking, are Preaching Service x i a. m . shares of fair stock to now hot McDermott supporters. C. E. Society 7 p. m. representative people in other Mrs. Alice Davis, widow of the Uuion Preaching Service S p. m. neighborhoods. late W. A. B. Davis, aunounces in The night service will ba the held this issue as a candidate for regular union meeting monthly at 'the Presbyterian Superintendent of schools to till To Rockpastlk Rkpublicans:-- I out the unexpired term of her Church. The sermon will be am still in the race for Circuit husband. Of course Mrs. Davis preached by Rev. J. M. . Mac- Clerk, I am running my own race, will have no opposition and no millan and during the service he begging the Republicans to vote one could win over, ker, should will be assisted by Rev. H. T. for Bill The Brodhead Fair catalog is Davis, and Bill only; not she have opposition, because the Young of the Christian Church. asking my friends to vote for now in this office, and will soun be SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Everybody welcome. voters by a big majority, elected some one else, help me and I will ready for distribution. The pre Mr. Davis to this office for a term Bonds Sold: Rockcastle coun- be satisfied. I am not trying to mium list, espec:i?lly for the second of four years. Al an unexpected ty bonds for $100,000 for roads get into office, on someone else's day, has been revised and bigger hour the death angel came and sold last Friday to a Cleveland, wagon, bub on my own merits. premiums offered. Those from a JULY IS wafted his soul to that home on Ohio, farm for 100000 par valuo. distance who have fine cattle to Your friend, high. Custom of past years has It is figured that the county will show this year can now afford to W.T. DAVIS. ROUND TRIP FROM JUNCTION CITY set a precedence in such cases, receive between $ioi,oooand $102-00take them to the Brodhead fair, from sale of bonds, counting Services at Christian where one who has been elected August l2th. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. ex- the interest which will accrue on to office, dies befpre that term Church for Sunday pires, that some member of the the money before it will be. spent Ticket Agent for Particulars family be given the office, that for construction.. The actual Sunday school 9:45 AN those dependent may co'ntinue to woik of construction will start Preaching u. Sub "Judgment". To Rockcastle Republicans: 1 receive the emoluments of the about August 1st and it is not pos- Christian Endeavor 7pm., RING, Pass'r and Ticket Ageat ) office. Such is the case now, and sible to complete all the roads be- The evening preaching service am on the water wagon in my East Main St., Lexington, Ky. the universal desire is that Mrs. fore the fall of i9i6. At last Fri will be a union service at the race for Circuit Clerk. I have Davis till out the term and this dav's meeting the Fiscal Court Presbyterian church Rev. Mac no money to bnvvbtes or whisky she will do. Prof. Irvin, who is very wisely made an order appio-priatin- milliau delivering the discourse. with. I am asking the people Red Bud school. Miss Ethel acting as Supt. for the time being $20000 to each road lead- Prayer Meeting each week on who want honest elections to rally R. W. Oweus and farailv, of to my assistance and we will car- - Davis teacher, will begin Monday Salem, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. giving good satisfaction and ing four ways out of Ml. Vernon, Wednesdav evening 7:30 is Arthur Owens, of Louisville, were all service which guarantees the promise will continue to give We extend an invitation and ry the "Banner of Honesty in Tuly l'Jth j guests of the family of George needed to insure the best results made the people before the elec-to- n assure a welcome to all who will Elections" to victory July 7. Owens Saturday and Sunday. "Dyche Should Ee Senator" Respectfully, work in the for a good year's that there would be two roads meet with us for these services. Mr, Owens drove through in a Adv. Maxwell 25. W. T. DAVIS. H. T. Young. across the county. schools. rl Mis A. W Adams and' is very sick. has fever HJiHDHHHm O. W. to M. D. Order of Do you belong the Men ? The password is 4-- certificate- - Better join now A suit bought here is a membership and the dues are Suits $5 up, Hats 50c a "Style" up, Shirts 50c up EVERYTHING MEN WEAR Stand By What You Buy." We Pay Charges at We We young The Home of Good Clothes. TELEGRAM Tenn, THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY To T.C. O'MARA, Mt. Ky Omaha, that 20th, 9553 MAXWELL MOTOR CO. IXt t tXSIX t txr ng NOTICE CINCINNATI Sunday, MP RETURN 0 $1.50 APPEAL BAik g 1 111 ::;:-K- T. 9 WM M 0 Aug. 45,6 y ii v'Bi9BBHHfc VX' iv 5B - 'i, rr s?"S A' r-- y TW w-- - ?: V-- ' ' ( f I f r--- feJSo-o-o- - W vkrv?3 Tr-wr-v-2-- few m M g2sSdki .yayvy yy v -- .iv'V " , V - . IM. i rffiiii B1BL.HJ fcTORY 5r niTi mim - y Labor Leader Is Written by Clyde Vernon Cox, 12 HOPEWELL Mrs. James Arnold and children of this place, spent Saturday aud Sunday with Mrs. Matilda Arnold at Mt. Veruon. Mrs. Sjm and a ? mall child of Lee McClure are numbered with the sick. Miss Ilattie Carmical spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Mt Vernon. The farm ers in this section are very busv harvesting their wheat crops. Hassie Niceley spent Saturda and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs Alfred Barnes, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kirbyof.his place, attended the bedside ot Mrs. Chris Sowder, of Lang:ord Station, Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs. Sowder is very low Rev. James Barnes who has been sick lor the last six mouths is able to go around the house and yard b the aid of crutches. The gardens in this part are better than have been known for several vear. Mr. Vanwinkle, of Mt. Vernon, will teach the Hopewell school this year. Mr. Altred Barnes tpent Sunday with his father, Re-- . Barnes. Born June 24th. to the wife of George Perciful a boy Misses Nellie and Cleo Kirbv spent Sunday with their aunt, Mc-Clu- re mm A FUND FOR Among Testifiers Charles Peetz TelJs How Teniae Brought Him Ready Relief years old, son of Mr. aud Mrs. Robt. Cox. Children Cry for Fletcher's INDEPENDENCE The Fourth of July, when we celebrate the independence of our Natiou is a Rood time to think also of Financial Independen :e. What are you going to do when you become old ? Consider the great importance of a bank account and systematic dposits while you are young and earning money. Now is just the tune to start an account with us and we daily invite you to come in and open one. 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts The Bank of Gfl irnlrrvi'-S- J Mt-Verno- n m K.Uca rm Louisville, Ky., Here is what Charles Peetz. prominent labor leader, of ioi West Market street, this city, has to say about Tanhu, the premier preparation, and the benefits he derived from the use of the medicine: "I have been in a half sick con dition for mouths 1 was all run down, nervous, and had no ap petite My was out of order and my digebtion was bad. I often had headaches and in spirits. ys, K!K&iM's i ssgas r This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before U, You THE FACT THAT IT IS SEEKING Your Business And Is Prepared To Care, For It. PEOPLES Mt. Vernon bank Kentucky medicine, about a week or my appetite and digestior. are much better. I now sleep better and feel better in every waj ." Tanlae, the premier preparation that proves such a boon to Mr. Peetz and hundreds of others in Louisville and Kentucky, is now being taken with the most bene ficial results by many of on: citizens right here in Rockcastle. It is an excellent spring tonic, blood purifier and tissue builder. Tanlae can be obtained in Mt. Vernon at Chas. C. Davis' drug store and can also be obtained at The Central Drug Co's., store Livingston and John Robins' dtug store, Brodhead, Ky. CURED OP INDIGESTION Mrs. Sad.e P Clawson, Indiana Pa , was bothered with lndigest ion. "My stomach paiued me night and day," she writes. "I would feel bloated and have headache and belching after eating I also suffered from constipation My daughter had used Chamber-Iain'- s Tablets and fhey did her so much good that she gave me a few aoses of them and insisted upon my trying them. Thev helped me as nothing else has done." For sale by all Dealers. te-da- "I find that Tanlae just exacth suits my case After using the t Hanna's Green Seal Paint is a natural h Devotees of high class refined amusements in Mt. Vernon will have ample op Our line of Couch Caskets portunity to indulge their artisis imexcelld tic appetites in a sensational Hand-mad- e Jofiins furnished series of thrills and throbs Hearse sen! to all parts of laughter, music and bewilder meni for one solid week comthe County. jy IV JL.jr f mencing Monday Night of Fair All orders by Wire Promptly Filled V waek. The shows embraced in cne owain repertoire this year are carefully culled from a .election of the most receut and MT. VERNON, KY. Phone 94-couspicious metropolitan success is. They are diversed in theme and character, ranging from the snappy musical and comedy dramas to the rugged western plays and o;iety dramas so much in vogue with the ladies. Many novelties have been added to this famous organization this year and a succession of sur prises may be anticioated bv those who attend each scheduled performance. The enormous capacity of the big tent, holding fcJ JaA UNDERTAKES A BIG SHOW COMING The big W. I. SWAIN SHOW is headed this way. The hills are green above Bethlehem where the sheep feed, and David, Jesse s son was there tending the sheep. because Samuel the old Profit was come and they were having a great feast, and the youngest son was not wantad so he was sent out on the hills to tend the sheep. Jesse had all his sous oass be lore Samuel and God had not chosen any of these and Samuel said is this all your children? No there remains yet the youngest and he is out on the bills tending the sheep and Samuel said send and fetch him for we will not sit down till he comes. And when he came Samuel annointed him. And it came to pass that the Philistines were gathered together on one hill and the Israelites were on auoibjr and a giant named Goliath came out and chalenged them for forty days, and Jesse snt David to see how his brothers were getting along in the war and when he weut the giant came out again and chaleng ed the Israelites, and David said who is the man that comes out every day, so he went to Saul and asked to let him go and fight .Goliath, but Saul said you are only yet a youth and he is a giant. David told him that while he was tending the sheep that a lion and a bpar came and he killed them with his sling, then Saul put his armour on David who said he could not fight with all those things on, so he took them off and went to the brook and selected five small round stones and put thtm in a shepherds bag and took his sling and went toward the giant and the giant said am I a dog that you come to me? And David said you come to me with a sword, a spear and a shield while I come to you in the name of the Lord. Tuen Goliath start ed toward David on the run and David gave the rock a sling and struck the giant 011 the forehead and killed him, th mi he took the giants sword and cut his head off. 1 W!& WM W I fit 1 f H A V.W d" The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in. use for over SO rears, has bometliu si.ni.iti.r - aim Jias occn made tinder his per-sonal $ 'C6,CGZ&Z Allow supervision since its infancy. ;. i,t no onn tit f!fniiw All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-jjooare hut lSxperinients that trifle with and endanger the health of lufants and Children Experience against Experiment. Ty'x for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Hlorphino nor other Narcotic suhslanee. Its a;;e is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feerihne.ss. For more than thirty years it lms been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, riatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and Diarrlucsi. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - Castorin, What is CASTOR I A is a harmless substitute GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Mamie Barnes. ojne-ter- OCjfjf cuc&u The KM You Have Always BoiigM in Use Fop Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMAMV NEW VORK CITY. plank wording May Permit Wilson To Dodge It in the Nkxt Campaign Washington, July 6. Report.-tha- t former Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan would demand that respect be given to the one-terpledge of the Baltimore convention have been based it is said on statement which Mr. Bryan is reputod to have made to friends. It is recalled that during the last Campaign he laid stress in many speeches on the one term plank. Whatever Bryan decides to do it is sure that in certain Democratic quarters, where peace is regarded as highly desirable from When You Want General Merchandise Farm Implements go to JONAS McKENZIE THE 3o-o. a party standpoint, stress will be laid upon the actual language of that plank. It reads: "We favor a single presidential term, and to that end we urge the adoption of an amendment to the constitution making the President of the United States ineligible lor re s; election and we nledge the candi- s . .... date of this convention to this ..... 3fc QUO BIB3U I.ASLB I W. A. COX, The Lord put a evil spirit in Saul as he sat in h's house with a spear in his haul and Saul told lonathan and all his servants to kill David, but Jonathan loved him and went and told Dnvirl what Ins father had said and told him to go and hide in secret place .... i22222S2SS?5?C8e00!00e3Cttej !!J!tS5!I!?I";?!f!?"," 9 principle" '" ! . .1. . B I I I I . .... . . .... S eaufi-fe- r. It adds to the beauty of cottage or mansion Hanna's Cpgci) Soal Paint is prepared paint, the result of years of investigation and "Made-to-wear- ". made according to a scientific formula 111 B-ftflMn test. :4&JLMliUif(f.uiiiiliE!& It is the BEST. colors. Sold by P'aftWflfal.d,J J." 5 Forty-nin- e B, Mt. Vernon, IMMiMMHN NOE Kentucky iin iiR TOwnmu, . and he would come out in the field with my father and commune with him and tell thee what he sailh, so Johnathan told his father the King to not sin against his servant David, because be had not sinned against hira aud Saul said as sure as the 'Lord liveth David shall not be killed, a nd latter interpretation is permitted Jonathan told David what Saul the President is free to dn w had said. pleases. When Saul heard that David The common opinion, as under could play good on the harp he stood here, is that the President sent for him and when David will have a walkover in the next came Saul tried to kill him. but Democratic convention, whether dS it will, a whole town-fulmakes it possible to maintain a his spear sank in' the wall and Mr. Bryan opposes him or not scale of pricas sullicientlv low David got away and went to The President has gained strength to enable entire families to attend Sauls house and his wife Micial more rapidly- than his former each and every performance helped him escape, and he went Secretary of State. throughout the week's engage ment, thus enjoying a big jubilee away into the mountains. And Micial made an immage week of instructive diversion at of wood and a pillow of goats a minimum cost. Por Infants and Children, hair at its head and when Saul AN EASY. PLhJASANT sent messengers to take David, The Kind You Have Always Bought LAXATIVE. 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Thousands pleasant laxative. finished killing him and took his have benefited by its use no crown and bracelets to David and need of your enduring that an RHEUMATIO SUFFERER David had him put to death. noying Cough or risking a dangerous Cold. SHOULD USE Go to vour And it came to pass that David dealer ask for a 25c. original inquired of God if he should go bottle Dr. Bell's up to the cities of Tudah, and start using at once and get rid of The Best Rmmdy God said go up and David Said your Cocgh aud Cold For mil form of whither, and said unto Hebron BETHURUM & LEWIS and David went up and the Elders Attorneys at Law annointed him king over Judah, and the Elders of Israel annointed Offices in Bethurum Bide. him King over Israel. Will practice in all tha Courts, LUMRlSn. l, - As commonly interpreted, the candidate of the convention was pledged to retirement after a single term in office; a strict reading 01 the plank, aside from interpretations given it during the i9t2 campaign, may indicate that the pledge is to the principle of a constitutional amendment and if such an amendment i adopted Democratic Presidents are free to do as they please. It this QS.. OOa... 9C. & 3c. Sl... 1 &.. tc9 09 '90 e $ SO S.. go... . CHAS. DAVIS Leading Druggist NIT. VERNON. KY. C afj e 9 SB c . II - 399... 0O-t6- !!. ea.. ' - .. ? $... 0C9..Be... ... 9 &' ' TJTfE Catek tu the vounjr folks with a conplete line of Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and to the old folk's with all kinds of reconstructive tonic and system builders. .: Vott 9f ..., ie get... .. IOMm CHAS. C. DAVIS She Home of TAN-LR'Phono No. 39 - 0O. CO. 0? ttaa o CASTORIA 64 Oa.. 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