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VERNON, FajIL.SfiteIGE3Ea& ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY JUL if 16, 1915 NUMBER 39 SSSSmSSoBK3aKSSS2SS'2ES Palm Beach Suit ,.00 to $7.50 A Silk Shirt $J 50 ' UP (Aloicciicd Back) Straw Hat $1.00 to $3.00 A Walk-Ove- r Shoe $3.50 to $5.00 A MAN CAN DRESS BETTER ON LESS MONEY AT THIS STORE ball frame between Stanford and the Bloomer (iirls, and weie also "ZZ nA T T T T boosting B rod Ik ad Fji v.- - -- The S): ! o fair management 01 the o have decided to make some much "ta 0.fl needed improvements, one being tag a to build a new dining hall. This so w hall will be lucateu about ioo 9 ? feet back ol tile amphitheatre, 9 eC away from the dust and dirt that ea is always tn contend with where the dining hall is under or adjacent to the. amphitheatre. Many more stalls will be built this year, and these stalls will be lull 8 b 10 feet, and it is the intention to erect a building for the purpose of storing feed of all kinds on the grounds, winch will be sold at reasonable prices. It was found last year that the Flo.xal Hall was not large enough to properly display all articles coming under tuisai'pai tnieni tneretore the nirm 'products will bo displayed this 'year to them selves, and the present Floral ball devoted to N the ladies derailment. There wore 65 entries in the Ladies department last year, and 60 entries in the Men's department. V H. Brown, of Lancaster, was in town during the week. The revival at the Methodist church wlil likely continue over Sunday The teachers from here ar all attend- hling the Institute at Mb Vernon thi week. Mrs. Bettio Pike and pj' little daughter, Alma, and Miss I eo n i ootooo o aea oaoa aooa a oaaa aoo o a BAKE 1 . MT. VERNON KENTUCKY ii ar aaea e aaa a - 0 - - 0 9 e We Beg Greatest S Lle To Advise That We Have Bought At a Discount Much Below Cost A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and Boy's' Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Ml ses and Childrens House Dresses, &c- - &c. And We Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling Event in the History of the Trade, Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity, FOR CASH V Flora Mao Brown returned to their Mt. Vernou after a weeks visit with Mr, and Mrs. O. A. home a' Frith. i CALL AND LET n US IV I 8 SHOW. YOU & u TO-DA- Y LIVING S T O N. O I!nITT f shs O. ak 04 W iOU I ? a k ft ft a h cv . S the ... CVS a OC s LJ "& C" as osxsr painful is not thought to be serious, and with the dug about tlie time the Mr. nid Mrs A. R. Castle, rfj fits came upon him, Air. Martin Mr. Singleton is now convinced Stanford, were in town Friday. sent the head of the dog to the that he does not need a pistol to Mr. Castle contracted for the pho State Board of Health at Bowling thresh wheat with hereafter. tograph privilege at the fair Green, and upon examination it Dr. Carter attended him. Mr here. F. O. Bowman, was found that the dog had and Mrs. R. II. Hamin were in while representing the Berea Citizen, hydrophobia, Mr. Martin received Mt. Vernon Tuesday having dental was in town Friday. Logan Bry- thib information by wire last Fri- work done. Dewey Sowder and Morris Proctor were hanging ant. Fred L., Master Austin day, lie with the little boys paper in Livingston during the Sparks, and George S. Durham and accompanied by Dr. W H. and David Craig, of Mt. Vernon, Gravely left on the early wain week. Biyan Perkins, 0 Stanford, was passed through town Siturday Saturday for Bowliug Green, ouroute to Linerty. E. J. Ford, where the children is taking the in town during thL week. The the Danville piauo man was here pastuc--r treatment. the doctor Bethurum Jarvis speaking here Saturday evening was well atSaturday. Mrs. Martin returning Sunday Mrs. J. 13. Pike, and sister, went there Tuesday to stay with tended, the bank hall would not audi-eucMiss Etta Cable, were in Mt. the children It will be necessary comfortably seat the large It is said that not a man Veinon between trains Friday. for them to lemain theno twenty was in Alt. one days Mr. Martin returned left the hall that night that was S. E. Chandler on business Vernon Saturday home Wednesday. Dick Martin not c l.vinced that a change was John Fields, of Stanford, was w.s in Alt. Vernon Tuesday, and very unnecessary. Dr.R G Webb hero Friday. Mrs. F L. Durham as soon as he returned home the ot Livingston, W. C, Black, of R. Dyche, of wa- nere from Ah. Vernon from boys immediate!) went thru his Barboursville, A. London, ard T. J. Nicely, of Mt. Monday visiting pockets, but they Saturday until found no her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. papers from the Clerk's office on Vernon, also delivered short speeches. Quite a number came Wat non. Miss Bertie Robinson him and thev released him. of Livingston, was the guest of Carr Singleton accidentally dis- down from Alt Vernon to hear the Misses Ward here from Fri- charged a revolver Monday the these speakers. Mrs. Mary Alday until Monday A dog be- ball passing through his hand. bright and Mrs. R. E. Albright longing to Virgil Martin began to He had started to thresh wheat were in Stanford shopping Wedhave fits one dav last week, and he and was attempting to put this nesday. J. W. Tate, A. AI. Hiatt was immediately killed, and on pistol in the tool box on his Walter and John Robins were in account of his little boy and little engine when it was discharged Stanford Wednesday to see the e. JUiODHE.H) Del inas Owens son of Postmaster Granville Owens, having played The wound while very - Died, Tuesday 13, a small child of Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins and was taken to the fr.tniiy burying ground at the Lair grave yard, near Mt. Vernon, where it was laid t rest until Ih-s- . esurreotion. The bereaed family has the sympathy cl the entire community. Judge Summers was in Mt Vernon Alon-daon business Judge Jacob Sambrooks of Louisville, was here Saturday. Mrs. Butner, and daughter, Mattie, of Pine Hill, wore here between trains Tuesday E J. Anderson was here between trains Tuesday. He is located at Paris at the present. J. B. Ilayse is on the sick list this week. Little Miss Hazel Griffin has been very sick but is some better at this time. Mrs. J. B. Ilayse is visiting relatives in Cincinnati, this week. Mrs. W. Al. Clark has been on the sick list for a few days D. B. Kambo was in a few days last week. Stanford Mrs. Bill Yaden and Hazfl and Nina Albright of Brodhead, paid Mrs. W. Al. Owens a pleasant visit a few days ago. -- Airs. Levi Oliver has been on tne sick list for a few days but is some better at present. Ben Griffin of Mt. Ver non with relatives here Sunday Wade Graves, telephone manager was in Livings Saturday.- - W. H. Cottongim was in Covington later part of last week. Miss Adna Hansel is with relatives near Pine was at Pine Rill Sam Hellard nill Sunday. Sam was .always a good boy, to stay at home until very recently. Wonder when his best girl will come back home? Airs. Georgia McClure is attending the teachers institute at Mt. Vernon this week. G. W. Proctor of Mt. Vernon was here Tues day advertising the Mt. Vernon Fair Mr. and Airs. T. B. Lair y OUR STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD AT A SACRIFICE It would take this entire paper, were we to name each item we have to offer you, so we must content ourselves by saying, " COME AND SEE' Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new and at nearly One-ha- lf Priee SHOES and SLIPPERS at Les than Cost up-to-d- ate to make up. Carpets and Matting Drgy:t3 x 1 1 "?. ? or less. e 0 0 0 e e ydy2yp3 Z Our. Motto "SELL IT FOR LESS ft '?b-iat'- " : r&zc$yr. ::::: e MT. VERNON KENTUCKY !ZZ . a a o OO 03 99 i yfMLi !m'v iA ii4K RP i-s- r !:? M'a0a'aaaaa6ai,aaciaaM'a"s"eBaa"aa" e oo ao !& a eoeaeaeo ec a eoc . : o t. o 0.... .- a a .. of Mt. Vernon was called here accouut of the Tuesday on the death of the little child of Air. and Mrs. John Alullins. 0. D. Bryant was with home folks at Hon. Dave Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Jackson, grand secretary of the Masonic order, gave a lecture at the Masonic Hall Tuesday night Refreshments were served and a good time was had, Airs. C. H. Rice and Daughter, Aliss Nettie, have returned from a visit with relatives at Lexington. Mrs. J. H. Browning and son of May wood was here latter part of last week working in the restaurant here for Air. and Mrs. Hobe Griffin have the past four months has returnreturned from London, after a few ed home at Ashville, N.C. Well days visit with relatives in that we failed to get a letter last week town. Mrs. Obie Sams is spend-- a in the Signal. The writer and few days with relatives at Hazel better half were in Cincinnati, and hence Livingston was not repWoodall of London Patch. J. resented, while we had a fine trip was with our merchants Tuesday. and visited a lot of our old Ky. Misses Bess and Myrt'o Hamlin friends and relatives in the Queen have returned I city but while we were there an of Mt. Vernon, ' home after a few days visit with awful storm swept the city and relatives here. Miss Kettie Oliver several were killed and great dam-'ag- e to the city. Watch inspector of East Bernstadt has been with relatives here for the past week S. C. Franklin of Mt. Vernou was l. W. S. Marshbanks who has been here Wednesday. COMING WEEK A.ITGr. All 1 -.- Mt. Vernon FAIR a and Come See Your Old Friends and Have ir :- -. For Rockcastle County's Sons and Daughters at the 4-S-- 6 Rattling Good Time The Time. FJt' - Write Secretary JAMES MARET, Mt. Vernon, Ky., for Catalog rm rv; Sw v ,r "J. ftft t, " V r- xl,M "Ni" V4- '- MT. VERNON Dixie Highway Associatioiijlaud ed that the affaiis of that office LEVEL (JKEEiN. t R. E. Turlev, Richmond w.ll be conducted honestly aiul lidwiu L. Quarles, secretary of according to liw. Rev, C. B. Uandlier, of SomerFriday, July 16 1915 Since these people have become set, closed a two weeks meeting the Lexington Chamber ol Com merce, and the Richmond Com- familiar enough with him and his at Burnett's chapel last Saturday Published every Friday by mercial Cluo are actively bnckiug life, they now believe that it is night. There were several adEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. the Bullock plan for th.-- Dixie right aud proper that his public ditions to the church. Marcum Highway bridge over th Ken- - services should be continued b Van hook, of Ocala, sneut most $I.OO tucky river. nominating and electing him ti of last week here -- MUs Ola De- UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR The uew bridge will be free of this ackninisttation office, Bord is attending institute at Mt. on toll, in accordance with the re- j All of these things being true Vernon this week.- - Miss Burner Advertising rates viaae known quirements of the Dixie Higti 'his friends should not be sur of State University and Miss application as only the prised that he will carry Grave.-Dixi- e Carson, Mt. Vernon gave a lecture way Association, Highway bridges over the county by a handsome 'majority it the school house last Friday. Ohio at Louisville and Cincinnati May field Messenger. VJr. and Mrs. G. N Bray and MEMBER OF are to be allowed to charge toll , little son, of Wabd, spent SaturKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION The advocates of the new day night and Sunday with Mr. bridge believe that it would he I aud Mrs. J. L. Thompson- .- C. better to build a new bridge fE. Mullins. traveling salesman for Infants and Children: for than to buy the old one, the sug- The Kind You Have Always Bought a Richmond house, was hereTues-lagested plan being to build a high calling on the merchauts. DUillS LilU ,ff bridge, which would reach frm 'Mrs. R. B. Sam's and children re cliff to cliff and thus avoid de Signature of Z&&)?mcA4M turned to their home at Mays cending and climbing the hills on ille, after a three weeks stay ANNOUNCEMENTS. each side. vvith relatives here. Dewev, the We Are Authorized to Announce Advertisement The plan by which it is pro)ight year old child of Mr. and JUDGE 15. J. BETHUKUM Mrs. Chas. Vanhook, of Winches- As a candidate for as .ludjje posed to construct the bridge is Office of Fiscal Courtf Rockcastle of the 2Sth Judicial District, .subject to by bond issue on the part of er, died Tuesday, ofwhooping- the action of the Republican party, Au- both Madison County, Kentucky. and Fayette count:ough, and was brought to gust primary 1915. Ex-Coun- ty ies, which would jointly boar We Are Authorised to Announce Skeggs creek hurrying; ground for Attorney, Monticello, Attorney of Co. Sealed proposals addressed t B. C. LEWIS the greater part of the expense, our rial. Less thau a year ago the fiscal Court of Rockcastlt As a candidate for Stale Senator for the and the additional money re17th Senatorial District, subject to the County will be received up to U their baby died. Republican party. August primary 1915. quired for the bridge's completion, Win. H. Brown sold "a good o'clock 'noon on July i7th, 1915 of and Ex-Coun- ty Co. it is suggested, might be borne by We Are Authorized to Announce horse to J. S. Cumrnins lasti Attorney, Monticello e y will be p u b 1 i c Th the business interests. Dr. W. C. BLACK opened and? read at two o'alock Monday. Misses Sallye and Hazel Attorney, and the AS- - R- As a candidate for State Senator for the of a Brice spent a few days last week 17th Senatorial District, subject to the HON. CLAUDE B. TERKlflLL. p m. for the construction Republican party, August primary 1915 macadam road from Mt. Vernon with their sister, Mrs. I E. Mull As the primary election is draw- to Roundstone station on the K ins, at Withers. James Evans, We Are Authorised to Announce and Judge Judge B. Jarvis will address the ing near the democratic voters of C. Division of the L & N of Harlan Co., is here for a few M. L. JAR VIS As a candidate for as Com- Graves county are beginning to Railroad, consisting of approxi- days visit with his sistet, Mrs. citizens of Rockcastle County in the interest of their candidacy for monwealth's! Attorney of the 2Sth Ju- cast about for the most suitable Mr', and Mrs. R. mately seven miles, of the road Louisa Hurst dicial "DWtrict, subject to the action of for the office of Circuit Judge and I- - Hasty spent Sunday at Ottawa. nomination and the Republican party, August Primary, man to nominate for the office of to be constructed to the Madison 1915. Will Snyder was in Mt. Vernon Commonwealth's State Treasurer. Attorney of the the Judicial District, county line. Tuesday. Rev. Caimical tilled Very little attention so far has We Are Authorized to Announce The work as sliown and de W. T. DAVIS been paid to this office although scribed' in the plans and specifi his regular appointment at Mt. Ab a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk an important one, but in the past cations to ba soen in the Clerk's Pleasant Satu"day and Sunday. of Rockcastle County, Mibject to the F. L. Thompson Sr., of Mt. . week or so the name of Hon. office in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle actiou of the Republican primarv Aug-71915. Claude B. Terrell, of Trimble County Kentucky, will be known Veruon was in this paat oue day county, is beginning to become as the Mt Vernon and Richmond last week. Mrs D. R. Gentry We Are Authorised to Announce T. T. JCICELEY very popular among the demo- road, to be buik uuder the and daughters, Ellen and Omega, As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk cratic voters of Graves county aid plan. are spending a few days with her of Rockcastle Count, .subject to the Bids must be for work done iu sister, Mrs Niceley. It seems for this important place on the actiou of the Republican primary, accordance with the plans and that trouble never comes single August 7, 1915. state ticket. . .. 9 ' specifications approved by the On last Tuesday the We Are Authorised to Announce Although Mr. Terrell soul of Mr. DR. R. G. WEBB risuai court 01 Kuckcasue Lonmv As a candidate for Representative from probably 300 miles from here in!nnfMhfi nnm,Uoin.m. nf p,,,,,;,. .1. P. Mullins took its flight to the 70lh Legislative district. eomjosed Trimble county, yet there are Roads, and oniilw at M. Vernon the God who gave it, then on of the counties of Laure' aud RockWednesday his daughter, Mrs castle, subject to the Republican Pri- hundreds of peojile iu this county Ky. The Fiscal court of Rockcastle, J. M. Broyles was going home mary , Augu-- t 7, 1915. who know Mr. Terrell and many We Are Authoris.ed to Announce more who are familiar with him County expressly reserves the just after the funeral service and right to,rejeot any and all bids. E. BULLOCK as an able Democrat and a friend Before contracts are bidding on 'jumped out of a wagon breaking As a candidate for Representative from of the grea common people. first parties they must receive the one of her legs, and on the loth, the 70th Legislative district, composed Attorand Ex-Coun- ty C Davis, Attorney of Monticello, of the counties of laurel and RockThey know that he has been a approval of thw commissioner of they received a message from castle, subject to the Republican Primember of the legislature per- Public Roads. John, at Livmgs'on. ihat rheir mary. August 7, 1915. County ; Brown, Attorney of Monticello: Each bid shall be accompanied baby was dead, ihey certainly ney of haps three tunes and has been We are Authorized to Announce by cash or certified Ex-Coun- ty payAttorney of Countv, and James Cook, Airs. ALICE DAVIS elected speaker of the lowjr house able at sight to check,county have tbesympath, of all their and the As t Candidate for Superintendent of . ch ols to till out the unexpired will speak in the interest of the said of Somerset, term twice without opposition: they Treasurer for five per cent of friends. 01 ut husband. W. A. B Davis, subknow that he was b rn and cdu the amount of the proposal; which Miss Beatrice Br yles, of Plato, ject to the Republican Primary, Aug. 10 o'clock, said and Jarvis on the same day, catedin Kentucky, t .at ii is a shall be held jintil the execution spent Sunday with her mother 7, 1915. of the contract. self-madman and has always will also speak on the same day the S. Rev. PolnVft fllO pnnfronf ic nmnvrlAfl who is at the home of her brother place. been a tireless worker for. tbejthe successful brdder or bidders O J. Mullins. Little Miss Rissie is his purpose to explain the manner is which his siggood of the people and the Demo- - will be required furnish a bon Riddle, of Brodhead, is with her court house. Chattanooga, Tenn , July, 15th iUi5 cratic party; they know he is a of an amount equal to the amount grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L nature was procured to a campaign document, which was published brondminded of in j proposal for the faithful Ihompson. MissOra Brown was A bridge 250 feet above the man of fairness, C. Kennedy in his interests ; and he will explain fully and used by Kentucky river will be built on and is liberal in his views not ( h-o f .rmance of the work in ac- - in Mb. Vernon Wednesday. d with the aforesaid plavis the eastern division ol the Dixie only to Democrats, but to Rej ub and specifications. conAll work to Miss Hdlie Sowder i at Etna why he repudiated the article and refused to stand sponsor for Highway between Knoxville and licans; they know tint ho is a be done umler the directions and for a few weeks stay. Mr. and is to be hoped the Republicans man and that supervision of rile commissioner Mr. W. E. Anderson spen t last tents and misrepresentations. Cincinnati, according to the pres- public-spiriteent plans of the county officials while in the legislature he sup of Public Roads. Sunday with Mr. aud Mrs. G. of this county will hear this explanation. will also explain why By order of the Fiscal court N. Bray at Wabd. .B F. Nicely of Fayette aud Madison counties ported all the measures that had C. Kennedy and Flippin, although the Kentucky. The bridge which a tendency to benefl the majority of Rockcas6le County, Kentucky. and daughter, Mrs. Martha Owens they are opposing Si F. Bowman has been proposed by Judge of the peeple; they know that he After hearing these explaaie with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. first named two are from the same county. Clerk, Rockcastle County Court Nicaly for a few days. Miss wunociv 01 the miyeite county is a great friend to education people will be enabled to understand why and a certain court will be constructed at or and a constant fight;r for god Flonnie Rash, of Stanford, is nations the rear Clay's Ferry between Lex- roads, good morals and a general TIRED, ACHING MUSCLES visiting her sister Mrs. J. S. paper can teem abuse, slander, misrepresentations and charges ington and Richmond and will uplift in the entire state; theC RELIEVED Hasty. The little son of Mr. and the present Circuit Judge of this district a you all cost iu the neighborhood of" know that besides his legislative Hard work, mean Mrs. J. T. Burst has been very against tiff sore muscles. Sloan's Lini- sick for a few days The plan ot construct duties he is fitted for other im$15o.ooo and hear the issues of this campaign discussed fully, imparCome ment lightry'pfiad, a little'qoiet ing the bridge, which will be portant places; they know that lor sg&hbss disappears like tially and truthfully. Ladies are invited to attend these speakings, and used for the public road and an a number of years he has been a and your magic. N&kig ever helped interurbau electric road was member of the board of trustees like Vour JHoaof's Liniment. T you, too, demand fair treatment and a your presence will show FOR FLETCHER'S ovol- - ed at a conference between of the State University at Lexingfcan never mank you enough", I you, too, favor the continuance of peace, law square deal ; and Judge Bullock, Col. Harry B. ton and that he has taken an writes one grateful user. Stop An Hanger, of Richmond, vice presi- active Dart in the con I tict of that suffering, ache and pains. For Sale: One 2 bv 9 inch and order in this district. excellent coumer-irritan- t better al they-knogreat dent for Kentucky ot the Dixie institution; nd cleaner (ban All steel sbeine, Cox wagon, second that if he is nominated and druggists, 20c. mustard. bottle hand, will sell at a baigain, if sold Highway Association, W. J. S- Get a Vernon, presi dent elected to the office of State Sparks, of Mt. Penetrates without at once. W. M. Mullins, Treasurer tlmt they can be assur- - rubbing. of the East Tennessee-Kentuck- y July-9-3Mt. Vernon. SIGNAL - AND PUBLIC SPEAKING HEAR JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM JUDGE IVl. L. JARVIS J. C. DAVIS Ky.,and Wayne Ky., CASTOR A y J, A. BROWN 1 J COOK, Attorney REV. T-- Wayne S. ABBOTT J. Bethurunt re-elect- ion M. L. the Court 28th at COURT HOUSE e in MT.VERNON, KY SATU RDAY AT O'CLOCR PM Ky., J. A. J. I tfUX.1T 17, 1915 Wayne Wayne Ky., R. Attorney Bethurum e The Ky., at Abbott J. A.M., at at It - H. its d It that They H. W. N how with o'yev-Gtxertio- n man know. out Ornldren Cry O ASTO R A that that edu-ation- to-da- D. LEWIS, Campaign Chairman. t. ESaMHBBMBHBMiBSaBBBMHBMMMMHMHHMHHIIM M1 rtu ,f CHESNEY i.. b rhe Candidate of the Temperance People for the Democratic Nomination FOR GOVERNOR '9 lr - I j- .. p r Speak at Mt. Vernon, Thursday Afternoon, - July 22nd, at .2 o'clock v' - l1P r .4 Will - -,-- rv ac, v " S""" 3 "" ' '- - ' ' " l ! H b,, r f , , t ML VERNON SIGNAL M j'. Thin Summer cheap at fish's. coats 'kjBsmmjtmtmimmas Vernon, Ky July up 16 1915 -- 79 -- to 7" wn"No.Communl- ite with SIGNAL I wnen T7 , ( "The Blazer" is the new Summer Shirt at Fish's. Write John Robins Sec , Brod head Fair for a catalog See Dinvolo. the Human Air Rider, ax Brodhead, fair week. A sky-hig- h balloon ascension each dav of the Brodhead Fair. Whenever you see well drest men in this section you are quite sure to see Fish's $10 Special suits. Hay, Straw. Corn, Oats and all kinds of feed will be handled by the Brodhead Fair people this year. Right on the grounds. McNew Bros, of ihe Orlando section, passed through Wednesday with their traction engine enroute to Lncoln and Garrard counties to 1.resh wheat. page 46 in Mt. Ring No. E Vernon Fair catalog is a special by S F. Bowman, our popular County Court Clerk. Tb.ru an error the name of the giver was left off Ples'se remember this correction. A square meal, the kind that Uncle Fullen Francisco puts out, can be had at the Brodhead Fair for twenty five cents. A nice new dining hall, no dirt, no dust The admission to the grounds is the same prices as a square meal. 1 sV M s. 1 1 SSni in&ri 1 ftf t ;'Ck x:-'- - .1 m K "t i.i -' 1 iv x 1 lvi. bv cj . u V . P JO. lOUtSV'LLC & " .MVlLLC :: ; til Xf TIME TABLE. 22 uottn 1M noitu 23 south 54Pm am 3:rli THAN MERCHANDISE Ft IA n:3) I as. a n1 "T'g.fir" I Jl South Phone No. 8. 12:13 a m Landrujj, Agent. I Knt're.l at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflice mail matler. :is stconil-cias- s lI il v I III I I 1 known Ihelacts are that backward weather and general trade conditions have left us too heavily stockt and we are going to clean up quickly for spot cash, every article in our store. i HL O c - frM Jl T OP THTQ uiunu to need comment T PAnM'Q xwwx cr?T TTTn ; ib 4. t. iuu Luimnomy M? S PERS03AL Mrs. J. C. West is in Louis, ville for a few Jays. Jnck Lawrence was home from .Rowland Woduesdav. Miss Pat Perkins is visiting her I 1jT1 IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN THINGS TO WEAR REMEMBER Li il A lister, Mrs. W. G. McBee. Miss Risse McForron i visiting Miss Ruth Burton in Danville. Jutljje G M. Ballard was in Wayne county part of the weak. Miss Fannie Manus lias typhoid hut is getting along very nicely. Luther Manus continues very sick but he does not have typhoid. James G. I)a vault was home from Lebanon Junction during the week. We are glad that our fellow townsman W. M. Mullins has "We'd Rather Have Money Than Merchandise55 -- w e pay rarcel rost L.narges Anywhere Telephone &&-i?ziP1WPs- ri "SSdSlSSi 27-- Use 33C?FJfR m nr x 1 " We Stand By What You Buy." 3 It. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. long friend and educator. Mr. Brown spoke of Mr. Davis as a friend aud associate, while the Judges Bethurum told of their school boy days wl en students, Of Mr. Davis and liter in life as friends and business and political associates. Short talks were made by Prof. Ireland and others. We have never witnessed a more solemn occasion or where deeperfeeling was shown. Yesterday was trustee day and to the discredit of the trustees of Rock castle we regret to have to say that only a very few felt the interest of the schools sufficiently to attend this important meeting. Robt F. Spence farm demonstrator aud county agent gave a a splendid talk on the importance of agriculture in the count schools. The address of Mrs. H. Piotrowska of Richmond, on "The Moonlight Schools" received special attention trom the teach- ers. a large majority of the teachers 111 this Pledged tIleir support Tiiii.i-a'.;iiiir. 1 those interested Traciikus Institute: The great enterprise. Let every stock Rockcastle County Teachers Inholder be present. Sunday school '.1:45 stitute began Mondav and will Misses Edith and-- Mil died Subject Preaching Service ri . JOHxM ROBINS, Sec We have never dose today. Hamilton, ol Louisville, are visit"The God and the Heaven of known an Institute held in the Thelma ing Misses Dovie and A new Dining Hall 20x40 feet the Christian" Mullins. will be one ot the great improve count v where there was mniein-- i Monthlv meeting of the officers Misses Lucile Pilkenton, Mary mentc at the Bi'ndhead f;iir this terest manifested and a better 3 p. m. ' year. The new dining hall will filing displayed amon. the teach- Elizabeth Furnish and Sue Cahle Christian Endeavor p. m. ... iiiiii:i inu 7 ore tl.ai". I . r.nr .Villi..! .. "' v.1..., ill H .... .uu.u iiii 1H came up from Brodhead yesterdav Pleaching servicp 8 p. m. Subject be separate and apart from the : . w ...ui whfl V..V nhir.l. triill I.1U1U acv frntn Rnnlrrnsf lf mid tli utatonr. at- iL":;;vornon toaay. we o,,.i,;n,..,.n j ciii.i iuLnitu uiieic i" mi tt r.,.A .!, .to visit institute. ciiii'ai uuvuii nA ot Kentuclcv. To day Atty. J.W. "A Comprehensive Salvatiou'. '.1 ,. . .. t ii niuie mis ,; . u. .. turt MJieiiiuu cnnnuuin or oust ana . .. inure wm oe no Misses Christine and Jvlnn t, ,M .;il avi.,; r,,,-- m,q hnn,.fif Good Location: The West Davis are with relatives at East P1"" nct the mst room of the lower story of the served by any Hole,, not only from few days ; Bernstadt tor a ...ou.uw.w. i.- nui.u, Mr. and Mr,s. W. II. Fish are Masonic Building Livingston, Ky., a point of cleanliness, but when vv. ana, a xorruer teacner in etts. ire. has the occupying the residence of Mrs. which now belongs to the Masonic Uncle Fullen Francisi.-the schools of Mt. Vernon and Mary Williams for a month Lodge is vacent. It is a splendid management of the culinary de- now the head of the city school room, sate from fire, a good lo- partment you may rest assured during Mrs. Williams' absence. of Bellevue. Ky., a better man cation and in a good business that no one will over go away hun- Miss Tanna Thompson of Ciab than he not to be had within the This Porch Costs $18 enyy- r of town. Any one desiring to Orchard, and a State. Just before the death of gage in business should invest -' Miss Jessie Mae Brown enter Supt. W. A B Davis, he express Mrs. W. M. Poynter of this place, typhoid fever at gato the opportunity hero offered. tained recently with a dinner to ed his intentions of employing is very ill with This room is either for sale or compliment her guests Rev and ker home. Prof. Ireland for this institute rent. For further information B. J. Judg-Bethurum and call on or address the Trustees Mrs. D. Kdgar Alien, Mrs. J. and his choice was very wisely adJudge M. L Jnrvis have been in of .Jackson Lodge No. "3I F. & T. Meadows, Mrs. R B Mullins hered to by his successor, Prof. the county speaking afternoon and A. M. Livingston. Ky. 6 16 3t Misses Ina Meadows and Mary Irvine. But few men can clam Evelyn Allen, Messrs Jesse Mead- more admirers and warmer friends night since last Friday They Killed ijv Train: J. G. And- ows, Beujamine Mullins, D. Kd- than "Pat" Ireland, who is always will close the Rockcastle campaign good gar Allen, Jr.. and Owens Mead- more than a welcome visitor to wrath a big barbecue in Mt. Ver erson oneof.Mt Vernon's citizens was killed by a train at ows, all of Mt, Vernon, Ky. Mt. Vernon, no matter in what fioti. tomorrow. Hazel Patch Monday evening. Covers were laid for seventeen capacity he comes. The unaniV. C Tate, P. L. Thompson Mr. Anderson was working for and a menu ot many courses were mous choice of the teachers for! jr.,Louk Miller, Everett Mullins. the railroad company witluin extra JE &F3''' 13 3$ Sli M v served. instructor, for i9i6 as expressed' an Logan Bryant motored over gang. It was just altor the Miss Brown Uso entertained in the resolutions adopted is Prof. 1 2$? I I 111 Is " to S anford to see the Bloomer heavy rain of Monday that Mr an auto party to I. W. Ireland. her guests with girls play the Stanford base ball Anderson and Dr. Parker had step- the Hermitage and an outing at riiB teachers responded to every team. The score was 4 to 5 in ped down on the railroad track Centennial pirk, where a Dutch call and the discussions were infavor of the Bloomer girls. " and were watching the rapid rise supper was served. Nashville teresting and as has often been little Mrs. Frances Mercer and of too creek While in conversa- Banner. remarked bj7 outside educators granddaughter. Elva Mercer, of tion a South Bound train appearwho have come in contact with 'TV r- St. Louis Mo., are here on an ed and Mr. Anderson and Dr Par Miss Ruth Landrum is with Rockcastle teachers, we stand secvisit to her daughter, ker stepped off of the Southbound Miss Mabel Suutts for a few days extended cleats, against the side of the :n the TWO ond to no other county and two long posts support Mrs. J. B. Cummins, and while track over on the North bound, in Danville, Ind. state We doubt if there is an in this simple, open air sleeping here will visit friends and rcla not thinking that there yas a s The old dininsr hall at the Brod stitute held this vear, where the porch. It has tt canvas top, and tives at Bee Lick, Pulaski county train comingJ from the other disides on rollers so that drafts may head Fair will be used for ice entire teacher body presents a there is and on her return home will visit rection. Anderson was cream, soft drinks, fruits, melons raoi'e creditable or better appear he avoided. bedInsidechair. Thesulllcient Mr window-waroom for n and OL Proctor, of Lexington, Mrs. W. knocked about tbirtv feet and etc. The agricultural department ance, that Rockcastle's corps of cut down to the floor and made Ky. only lived about thirty minutes., will also have a now place this teachers. Wednesday was held Into a door. This is n good, cheap sleeping porch for a consumptive. LOCAL yet he never did speak. Dr. Par- year. This department has memorial service, in honor of the Healthy people can make themselves ker barely escaped the same fate. grown to be something worth deceased Superintendent W. A. healthier by open air sleeping. Try it. The things you want to keep The remains were taken to Maple while. B. Dp vis. The Speakers Judge you kool are at Fish's. for burial Tuesday, Jim Grove B. J. Bethurum Atty. J. W. Dr. W. T. Francis is at home was kind hearted, a good citizen Brown and Judge L. W. Bethur-um- , until alter the fair and had many friends. His wife and will be here FOR FLETCHER'S made addresses paying high FOR FLETCHER'S Any one desiring work will find besides a number of relatives to this but appropriate tributes J him at his office on Old Main street. mourn his untimely death. feu-dayI . --. Donahue writer. "I sell nine out of ten". Scran'on makes over 40 00 weekly. Big money selling our brand new 20c kitchen utensil. 'ail postcard for full information. Sample 25c. restored. H. W. E. Mfg. Co, Miss Lou Phillips, of Wildie, 27-- 7 St.. Binghamton, X. Y. was ix gues's of her aunt, Mrs. R. S. Slrvel, Manager of The Alice late tlm week. Brodhead Fair Association, has V K. DeBord and daughter, Miss Ola, weru in from the Level now under construction, besides the new dining hall, a hundred . reen section Tuesday. foot building to be used for horse Miss Sallve Reynolds spent part stalls. For lack of time last year of last week, the guest of of Mi ss the Brodhead fair people had less itilua Chandler at Brodhead. than half enough room for the Miss Bella Jones, of Wildie, show stock, but with this addition lias bein with brw cousin, Miss there wil' be space ad to spare. Julia Fish, during the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mullins and Services at Christian Miss Lyda Cook are with Mr. 'Church for "Sunday and Mrs. T. B. Lair for a Agknts If you want to see your old The contract for seven miles of friends, come the Brodhead fair pike leading to Roundstone can Aug. 11, iaj 13, they will all be not be let tomorrow for the reason there. Commissioner Terrell has not re t life Children Gxy ruCnjrrQHER'S C5 V I 3 s- O JL S. V O uejp)(kC A ST'OfrF 1 A A-ic- C There wiUbe, something Reduced nites "oiilheL. & N. lured railroad, beginning Aug. lo, good l y "Lw returning Aug 10111 on account 01 CHUKCH the Brodhead fair. l Sunday July 18, The W. I. Swain Show Co., No. Sunday School 10 A. M.- 1 will be at Brodhead, fair week. 11 A. M. There will be amusement for every Preaching Service B. Y P. U. 7:30 P. M. minute of the timp-do- n't fad 10 at8:15 P. M. tend the Fair during the day, the Preaching service This will probably be my final show at nigl t. service with the Mt. Vernoa The stock holders of the Brod Church. All the members are head Fair Association are request requested to be present. ed to meet at the 'air grounds at D. Edgar Allen, 2 o'clock Saturday." July 24th. j Pastor, the blue prints, un.ciL I . A. R. DYCHE "The Pioneer Republican" of London, Ky., solicits your support in his race for State Senator In the Seventeenth District, Composed of McCreary, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Jackson, Laurel, Whitley, Knox and Bell Counties. Republican Primary, Saturday, Aug. 7, 1915. He has done longer and more valiant service for his party than all his opponents. In his public works 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 acta anA measures that will benefit his district, and be ever on the job. in fjr all s'ore in this' 5 r 5 - 1 -- ry . .. i.taT-- .. HUSBAND RES CUED WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Came to I - had otten so weak I I could not stand, o and gave up in despair. Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. dose, I grand-daughte- i- Rerue. From the very first could tell it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without ite Catron, Ky. In an from this place, Mr s ... writes as followi Jiered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with woma... troubles, and during Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 j while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should j lirrfes, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has 1 ng letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." li you aie all run down from womanly Uuilock this time, It side. sold Cardui for years. treat-eved He knows whal He will recom- 1 octor was called in, and his me for it will do. Ask him. 'SIS a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION t t: CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP and RETURN JULY IS FROM JUNCTION CITY, cun-va- s SI. 50 ) SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Ask Ticket Ager U- ' "'articulars et Agent M on, Ky. I. G. KING, P 101 jZp m Cliildren Ory CASTOR A -- Children Cry ? I East Ma CASTO Rti fi 1 J r fc. . ' - v -- H-- "- -1 Mj . w Vr"U, v "0 -- s- X zrmf V'irLJ- - - V. ..-- . . '.wSJ' vcv Fi , .. 1 asi'"" ,x ; V (Hteolft LC-A- , A ., v- J .- - rJv. : "., v V ! "I,svf X Sgfii iirrVf foimm ' in'i rinwn TV' r CJL.AU1JIV U'. " ' f' -- "f'l ' rgg'tffyYiS -- cfa O-Q-- pip IS r; Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Maslarger El have returned to their home in Louisville after spending a short & cratic nomination for Treasurer 3 visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. on the State ticket. Mr. Terrell Cummins. Dr. Steinberg the eye has been an ardent supporter of tlie good roads movement from State Superintendent of Printing Volun- specialist was in this section Friday and Saturday. Miss Sue the beginuing, and he has devoted tarily Pays Tribute to New Remedy Cable of Brodhead, was the charmmuch of his time and talent to ing guest of Miss Myrtle Hamm The Fourth of July, when we celebrate the eaue of good roads in this the independence of our Nation is a A hiijh last week. Prinkfort, Ky., Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought, r.iul which has liccn State, and his service in behalf of State official is one ol those who jood time to think also of Financial of W. D. Cummins and daughter, in use for over 30 ycavs, lias borne the sijnatureper-I ndependen .e. - and has hocn made under his What are you going to better roads for the whole people have come forward voluntarily May, were in Brodhead Monday. do when j7ou become old ? sonal supervision sinco its infancy. rJyi cannot be overestimated. to add his voice to the chorus ct '&cc&&Z Allow 110 one to deceive you in this. Miss Minnie M. Hiatt is spendPonsider the great importance of a He has been closely associated praise for Tanlac, the peerless ing a few weeks with Mr. and " arc hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Just-as-gobank account and systematic dposits Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot with the educational interest of preparation. This is Moses R Mrw. Allen Hiatt. Misses Bertha while you are voung and earning Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. the State for many years, and Glenn, State Superintendent of and Jesse Soward, of Bee Lick, money. Now is just the time to start popular education has no stronger Printing, whose office is in Frank- were pleasant guests of Miss May an account with us and we daily invite advocate than Mr, Terrell, who fort. vou to come in and open one. Cummins last week. Singing at Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parehas labored constantly to benefit 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts had tried every Providence was well attended Sat "I think I goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It all the children of Kentucky with remedy there is before I learned urday night Miss Mattie Strin,. -contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic a thorough and practical educa ahout Tanlac" he said recently. er, of Bee Lick, is the guest ol substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms of Vernon and allays Feveri.shne.ss. For more than thirty years it tion. "I had a catarrhal affection, and her sister Mrs. E. B. Herriu. lms been in constant use for the relief of Constipation His influence has been wielded could sleep very little because I Opie and Ernie Herrin are doing FlatuhMicy, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhtua. It regulates the Stomach ard Bowels, actively for progressive measures swallowed the secretions from my some plastering in Mt. Veruon assimilates the Food, giving healthy aud natural sleep. and he has been a tower of throat. Of a morning I woke this week. David Herrin has Bfi3!ffi i The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. .'it strength in all forward move- from a troubled slumber with a moved his family to Brodhead, v& m ments. choking sensation, and would We regret very much to give up GENUINE ALWAYS Mr. Terrell has not only ren cough and spit nearly all day. mmm Mr. Herrin and his estimable dered valuable official service to Bears the Signature of i: "As soon as I began taking family. Mrs. M. H. Brown has the people of Kentucky, but he Tanlac I experienced an been very sick but is slightly has also been a stalwart Demo-car- t I had little faith at imptoved at this writing. Mr. and has helped to wsigre the first that any medicine would help Allen Hiait has purchased a new battles of Democracy fiom the me, and so I am the more ready telephone. We understand why stump and has served in the ca- and even eager to say a word his cornfield looks neglected. J to Keep pacity of assistant to the Demo about this preparation. As a A. Proctor our hustling merchant cratic campaign chairman of the rule I am conservative and tin is doing a splendid business. D. Constantly Before State. He is a business man of willing to give my indorsement R. Gentry and daughter, Mi?s Years In Use For Over large experience, of strictest in- to anybody or anything, but this Georgia, are attending institute at THE CENTAUR COMF"A'V NEW VOWK CITV. tegrity and is konest, faithful, is an exceptional case. The itch Mt. Vernon this week. F ACT THAT Urt able and loyal to all he professes, ing in my ears is gone, I sleep "V 100 IT 18 SEEKING if elected to the offices of soundly, and the accumulation A COUGH and REMEDY THAT ate State Treasurer he can be depend- in my nose and throat has dis RELIEVES ed upon to till that lesponsible appeared. I want others to know It's prepared from the healing position with the utmost fidelity how much good Tanlac has done Pine Balsam, Tar ana Honey all Is Prepared Care It, mixed in a pleasant, soothing and to perform its duties most me". Cough Syrup called Dr. Bell's capable and efticient'y. Tanlac is now being introduced Pine Tar Honey. Thousands The Kentucky Standard. in Mt Vernon, at Chas. C. Davis' have benefited by its use no drug store and can also be ob- need of your enduring that an , There is more Catarrh in this t r uoying Cough or risking a section of the country than all tained at the Central Drug Co's , dangerous Cold. Go to your s' othr diserses xjut together, and store at Livingston or John dealer ask for a 25c. original drug store Brodhead. Ky. until the last few years was bottle Dr. Bell's to be incurable. For a once : nd get rid of using great man years doctors pro- A GOOD HOUSEHOLD SALVE start Cocghataud Cold your nounced It a local disrate and Ordinary ailments and injuries prescribed local remedies, and are not of themselves serious, but HOPEWELL jg by constantly failing to cure infection or low vitality may with local treatment, pronounced make them dangerous Oon't There will be a revival meeting it incurable uciencc has proven neglect a cut, .sore, bruise or hurt L'ataarh to be a constitutional because it's small. Blood Poison begin at Mt. Pleasant Baptist k or church the second Sunday in Augdisease, and therefore requites has l'esulted from a all such ailments ust conducted by Rev. Duke, of constitutional treatment. Hall's scratch. For Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Fucklen's Arnica Sah'e is excel- Somerset, and Rev. C. K. Car w BiS'xL THB P. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo Ohio lent. It protects and heals the mical, of this place. Mrs. Henry is the only Constitutional cure hurt; is antiseptic, kills infection on the market. It is taken in- and prevents dne- - ous comph Cash, of near Level Green, died' S..e was ternally in doses from to drops cations. Good lor all Skin the 10th. of paralysis. W to a teaspoonfnl. line of Cou li Caskets A It acts directly Blemishes, Pimple-- . Salt Rheum, buried Sunday afternoon at the Wi. cx f i v eu nit on the hlood and mucous surfaces Eczema. Get an original Mt. Pleasant burying ground. isunexcelh i &'&$&&& Ml of the system. They offer one 25c. box from yonr Druggist. . ;.. i..i Funeral services were held by Hand-mad- e wi;.. . mi uisiicu 88 TOkadSSfesS"7 ujiiun hundred dollars for nnv it Spnrl fnr nirrillnrc IN THE DISTRICT COURTOF Rev. Car mical. t.r nlirp Hearse sent to all parts olj)Jj fails testimonials. Sffl Rev. Thomas Clifford tilled his THE UNITED STATES md )))) 3 t the county. mi-WXAdaress: F. J. Cheney & Co., regular appointment at Hopewell f a Toledo, Ohio. For the Eastern District of Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. I", All orders by Wire Promptly Filled 0 Sold by Druggists. 75c. Chas. Carmical spent Saturday a Kentucky, Take Hall's Family Pills for 9 with Mrs. Luther Cummins at consti ation. 1 Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Wm. Bafues 1 In the matter") AN EASY, PLEASANT and children spent Friday and MT. VERNON, KY. Ilioiic04-a Bankrupt, of LAXATIVK. Saturday with Mrs. Barnes' D. I. Powell ) One or two Dr. King's New On this 8th. day of July A. D., mother, Mrs. Wm. iNicely. Mr. a Life Pills with a tumbler of water and Mrs. John V. Stokes and No bad, nauseating, I915, on considering the petition at night. 09 taste, no belching gas. Go right of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis- children, of Mt. Vernon, spent night with the former's (9 to bed. Wake up in the morn- charge, filed on the i2th. day of Saturday MT. VERNON. KY. ,; bowel April, A. D., i9l4, it is ordered sister, Mrs. George Barnes. 1 ing, enpy a free, easy ye fl EL movement, and feel fine all days f 00 a hearing be Mrs. James Niceley and children YVTE CATER t the vounET folks 9 Dr King's New Life Pills are by the court that V i3 were guests of Mrs. George with a line of ,old by all druggists, 36 in an had upon the same on the 10th. 9 Barnes Wednesday night. Rev. Toilet Articles aud Cosmetics, riginal package, for 25c. Get a day of August A. D. 19 15. before 9 old folks with all kinds and to the 9 bottle today enjoy this easy, said court at Covington in said Carmical filled his regular appoint9 of recinsrrtiotivfi tonic and 9 Mt. Pleasant Saturday pleasant laxative. district at lo o'clock, in the fore- ment at 9 system builders. Sunday. Charlie or as near thereto as night and . CRUME noon, PLATFORM OP C. 9 nracticable, and that notice there- Adams and son, Jesse, of the 9 CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT 9 is a natural beauti-- f of be published one time in The Cove section, spent Saturday 9 CLERK with Mr.and Mrs. Tarnes Arnold. adds to the ier. Mt. Vernon Signal, a news She Home of TANLHC "3 (In Hardin County.) Mrs. Oyntha Niceley spent paper printed in said district, and beauty of cottage or 1. Opposed to the foot Phono No. 39 and -9 all known creditors and other Wednesday night with Mrs 9 iuansiou. mouth disease. 9 and Mrs. persons in interest may appear at James Nicely. Mr. 9 2. For dryer roads in the winsaid time and place and show John W. Kirby and Mrs. Alfred 9 ter and less dust in the summer. cause, if any they have why the Barnes spent Saturday night and 9 3. For longer hours and less prayer of said petitioner should Snnday with Mr. and Mrs. A. f 9 999 pay for those who hire labor. C. Sowder, at Langford station. vvvvwwvvvvvvwvwwvwvvwvwwwwwwwwww not be granted. i ' 99999999B99999999999999999999999 4. ior snorter hours and more WITNESS the Honorable A. Chas. Carmical bought of lames pay for those who work for others. M. J. Cochran, Judge of said Arnold one milch cow and calf crop-in. For better roads and no Court, and the seal thereof, lat for $60. The blackberry an entire failure in this is prepared taxes. Covington in said district, on the almost section this time The good according to made 6. For prohibition for those 8th. day ot July A. D. 1915. J. W. Menzies, Clerk. showers of rain still continues scientific formula who do not waut to drink. and corn crops and gardens are By O. D. MitChel, D. C. the result of years For free whiskey and better 7. looking exceedingly well. of investigatftn and whiskey lor those who want to CURED OP INDIGESTION. AND NERVOUSMrs. Sadie P. Clawson. Indiana HEADACHE test. is the BEST. drink. NESS CURED. "Made-to-wear- ". 8. For higher prices for those Pa., was bothered with Indigestlbs Lard "Chamberlain's Tablets are "My stomach pained me ion. who sell and lower prices for night and day," she writes. "I entitled to all the praise I can colors. I.75 lbe J Forty-nin- e Sugar those who buy. would feel bloated and have give them," writes Mrs. Richard headache and belching after eating Olp, Spencerport, N. Y. They 9. For rain in July. 70 Jars, 2 g al doz. Sold by from constipation. have cured me of headache and 10. For my constituents for I also sufferedhad used Chamber- nervousness and restored me to s My daughter IO0 Helmit Flour anything they want. T. B. lain's Tablets and fhey did her my normal health' '. For sale by 10c so much good that she gave me all Dealers Respectfully submitted, Matches, 3 boxes Kentucky Vernon, aoses of them and insisted a few (Signed) C. L. Crume. B ETHURUM &. LEW I S 10c Thev Lenox Soap, 3 bars upon my trying them. nothing else has BEST DIARRHOEA REMEDY helped me as Attorneys at Law Ship Stuff, pure wheat, no done." For sale by all Dealers. If you have ever used ChamberBldg. Offices in Bethurum lains' Colic Cholera and DiarBETTER THAN LIFE per J 00 lbs corn brand Will practice In all the Courts. rhoea Remedy you know that it is INSURANCE M a success. Sam P. Guin. What-ley- , e , writes, "i had measles Ala cents invested in Twenty-fivv. RICHMOND, KY. 1 and got caug'-- t cut in the rain a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, and it settled in my stomach and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS ON bowels. I hid an awful time, will enable you to protect your Conover Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life and had it not been for Chamber- family from any serious conseState Certificates. Valid in ail Public Schools of KenWr.ST ROOI ROCKCASTfE HOTEL tucky. Special Courses and JReview Courses. Tuition lain's Colic. Cholera and Diar- quences resulting from an atFree to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new M MT. VERNON, KY, model school, new manual training building, praatice rhea Remedy I could not possibly tack of colic or diarrhoea during of agriltHre, a well equipped JflgrdspMtraent have lived but a few hours the summer months. Is that not Pron tRooms over Baker's stor A J . j?t r-- ? u'wu t2 A o bibs Phone 49-longen but tfcanks to this remedy better than lifeinsurauce? Buv f. JJ TB1MTMS1, u. j Jannaiyis. fourth 'Jferm Au J9TWiroerHJ. SdHMl ri -i-v1 .. men and strong'' Sakmr.r oc For it now. It may Jm, I ! i .F r v i--v 7 .,. U JJiUtitJ V CP A FUND FOR I TJ3KRWUU The Hon. Claude B. Terrell, twice honored with the Speakership of the House of Representative, is now seeking the. Demo, jirrri ii&k M r m'! rfrM mrrfmrr i yi ii ' tTi. VMrJa QUAIL Prominent Man Children Cry for Fletcher's Praises Tanlac INDEPENDENCE -- od What is CASTOR! A I i The Bank Mt -- ooora w'J-IL- CASTORIA '-ctZc&cM. - (dZzfyY This Bank Wishes The EM You Have Always Bought 30 the iour iusmess For i And To When You Want -- eeBe General Merchandise ob-in- PEOPLES BANK sup-prse- d Pine-Tar-Hone- y, Mt Vernon Kentucky Farm Implements go to OLD pin-pric- JONAS McKENZIE CABLE MiMMaesaa9i)iotcMM TACE Or d!k Pf YmSSri aiii4fr i ol 1 ((a C n W. A. COX, CHAS. S DAVIS Leading Druggist H nas Green Seal Pais It -- "9 CHAS. C. DAVIS Spggp Soal Paint It .... 99999 s paint, a LOOK! 50 25 ! ! .! Pure $5.25 Fruit Mt NOE i I yf S. W $1.00 R. P. H Dentist " J i ah -- a-o- sr . r Pk&v .., XBMyrmMjmism' -. Ii I S. JETT THE CORNER . V P. K '. -- F J? V""it ::t lKHHHOHJCKHH: Ceme and See, Then Buy