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ROCKCASTLE PSSVZ COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY '-- JUL' 23, 1915 rr;bt"?Sfrr,:m,10tsube I "-.- all r j After dinner was served, and promptly at 1 o'clock, .lodge Bur- , Misses Lucile Pilkenton. Sue, ...,? ? Betimrmn ifn,i.B(i.1'nnnh.'cn i...- vttr nbioiihnr boy i ,r ttni. . v ,1 T?l-.. t.,U ""i 0K1 T nnriPrStarm that Mim Pnpmiac nf .ftirJo-o., hporan "- orldirn hio mvavaiji. Tu ..... ,...., ....u....j w .. f..v.,w. Rpthnl'lim nnri .Tnrvis vnu,t f.... ruimsu ,uiu i.iiiui.i .... w. . In i Mr Mw... . LIllilIir; .j.., DdLKl'lt rillll standing .i ...i 1" U.?l H Fmh antl Joe Rid and Jarvis room was at a premium hundreds ot people could not get into the are circulatinsr the renort over the District that T am onnosiner their iFrith C XI j "ure ,n i . v eraon r1 nurs- This is uie courtroom and were, therefore denied a chame to hear the speaker. nomination for Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney. of 1:at week J rrios. When he arose to speik the crowd went wild, and it was at least absolutely false and untrue. I am giving both of these gQntle-j(Cherry was up fro in Crab Orchard a canvass of this county in five minutes be ore ho Judges Bethurum and .Jarvis began When men loyal and sincere support, and practically all of my friends in, could proceed with his speech. Atearly last Friday morning. Miss ion-res- t of their candi lacy for Judge and Commonwealth's the quiet was restored he delivered one ol the host speeches ever heard this county are doing likewise. . . XT" closed here hist Saturday with . i torney on last Thursday weak, and I have known Judge Bethurum throughout his whole life Mary Adams, of Crab Orchard, in ivic. v ernon. With his charactenst.c eloquence he drew a was the guest of her mother near been been by picture thegreate.'t and most enthusiastic rally that has ever of his career from ch Id hood to tha present., He recounted and I know that he has been a sober, moral person and has stood the people of die county He was raised here from Friday until Wedneswhat those present already knew: That he was raised on a farm consistently for temperance and good government day.- R. P. Pike, of Bnrbours-vill- e, Their tour of the county has been one continuous ovation. At in this county, and bv his own exertions, unaided, he had worked on a farm by poor parents who were not able to give him an educawas here first of the week He said tion, and by hard work and devotion to duty he ,througn his own many of their appointments the crowd was so large that standing his way from the farm to the offiee cf Circuit. J ude. to see his- - brother. Rev. A. J. Pike away, and that he had boen a sober person I have watched his conduct as and .stood for temperance all his efforts obtained an education. room could not be had, and manv people had to be turned Alex Smith was at Mt. Vernon of the life, and that as Judge of the Court It is the geiier.il opinion he had put into p actical ap- an official, and I know that he has given satisfaction, and has last Friday failed to hear the speeches between trains. prople here that no men ever got such a .splendid reception by the plication his temperance ideas, and that as a result there were made an upright, impartial Judge. Miss Angie Hunt, of Maret-burJudge Jarvis has proven himself a concientious and able proRepublicans of old Rockcastle as did Bethurum and Jarvis on fewer liquor dealers in this Judicial DiatricL than eter before was the guest of her sister This the audience knew. Following this statement of Judge Be- secutor, and deserves a re election at the hands of the Republicans Mrs. W. H. Anderson, last T their trip through the county. He then of this District, and I feel safe in saying Jbhat both, Bethurum and The friends of these candidates arranged for them a barbecue thurum the applause was instantaneous and vociferous. and Saturday. The house Mt. Vernon discussed the improved cmditioti in his district. success. ere Saturday last, and it was a decided Ci said when Jarvis will carry Rockcastle county in the August primary by not carpenters of the L. & N. are was crowded with Republicans from "early morn till dewy eve", he assumed the duties of the Judgeship that all the dockets of the less than iooo majority. here this week. They bea This the 12th day of July, igi5. and e nthusiasm was of the highest pitch all day long. district were burdened with many murder cases, and that con moving the old depot TuesJay CAM M QLLINS. Sheriff of Rockcastle Uo. ditions had so improved in the district that there was practically afternoon preparatory to building no violation of the law in the district, and we had very few murder a new one, but just when that cases on th$ docket. He discussed the McBeath case, and showed I have read the above article signed by Mr. Cam Mullins, will be no one si ems to know. plainly that Kennedy tritel to ' lleece" this old colored man and Miss Gertie Cuudiff and Mrs. would have done it, and would .have taken a .arm worth from Sheriff of this county and wish to state that I am supporting, with Bell, of Liberty-wer-e all earnestness, the candidacy of both Bethurum and Jarvis, and Cora Wesley $3co.oo to oo for $3j 4U if t had not been for the honesty ot amoug the ones that visited fully concur in all that Mr. Mullins has to sav with reference t the Circuit Court, and tne Court of Appeals. He said that the our town from the Capital ot couduclot Kennedy in this one case proved him an unsuitable the character and conduct of the above named c st'ididates; also with Casey Sunday. Miss Blanche what he has to say with rele.ence to their strength in this county, person to serve as Judge of a gieat, district like this He said that Francisco to her home turned a n an who was that iond 01 money should not be placed in the lam firmly convinced that they will carry the county by not less in Li Folleitj Tenn , after spendthan 1,000 majority. responsible position of Circuit Judge.- ing several veeks with relatives S. F. BOWMAN, Clerk Rockcastle County Court. Judge Bethurum spoke for one hour and thirty minutes, and here. Et Williams, of Junction gave to the peoule ot Rockcastle County a graphic history and City,-- was here during the week description of the man who is opposing him for Circuit Judge. Members of Somerset Bar Appreciate Judge fishing. He made some pretty His speech was well received thunsghout, and was sa masterly He was the guest of catches. prese .tatiou ot the issues BethurunVs Honesty and Ability Mrs. Loutisha Roberts and family There has never been an opposition scarcely to Judge Bethurum while here. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe 'n this county, and the canvass ol same, which closed Saturday Piko, of Danville, are the gueats Kst in such a -- blaze of glory" and outpouring of the Republicans We, the undersigned members of the Somerset Bar, holding in of his parents, Rev. and Mrs A. of this county attests the fact that ther; will be no opposition of high esteem the character and ability of Judge B J. Bethurum, J. Pixie this week. Miss Mabel any consequence in this county. His clean record as an officer; hereby express our appreciation of the clein and honest record he Roberts, of Rowland, was visiting his spotless character as a man. his uprightness as a citizen, to- has made as presiding J udgo of the Pulaski Circuit Court, aud the Misses Roberts hero this gether with hi., well known loa.by to Republican principles and of the sincere concern he has shown at all times to admiuister even week. Republican nominees, appeal strongly to h s old friends and neigh- and exact justice. Q 3flM-o- l nnil Tolin RnhinS bors at homo, and are the stioiiges: reasons for his popularity here, We assert that his entire conduct on the bench has been were in Crab Orchard, Stanford. and uhy they are suportin him so untnimou-.lv- , and with such characterized by absolute fairness aud justice, and by a fearless Lancaster, Danville and other unwavering loyalty. desire to enforce the law. He has shown great capacity as an ex points this week advertising the As soon as Jupgo Bethurum finished his' speech Judge M. ocutive and marked ability as a lawyer, and we deprecate any Brodhead Fair. They also atJarvis, candidate for' the Republican noiifciation for Common-vealth'- s or tended' tlie Danville fair while efforts that may be made to depreciate his publicr-ser'viceAttorney Oct. 2o, i0i4. is intrntiiotd and spj-- o for one hour. He reflect upon his integrity. there. Ed Hurt, whose headscored his opponent for his Signed Islinging' campiign methods, and quarters are at Lebanon Junction proved uthe peoule t'wt Fhppi i is no lawer; that he had resided B. L. Waddle, J. W. Colyer is with his father and brother here in Somerset for fiveyeirs and had never tried nor argued a case O. H. Waddle, Win. M Catron, ess"ssHMHHyWHHHHHIHHBFHBK this week. Mrs. Thomas Capps. lefc.re - j :ry in lie Oirniir Ourt during that v- laBWrrrrTi r James L Colyer Wm. Waddle, He said time of Rowland, was visiting hr "rsammuiJMi, immB3Emv&&i&vrr that Ruipin had been holding office lor years, and that if he had t- R. B. Waddle J. S. Cooper, . mother, Mrs. Bettie Brown, near - TS 7 feu-ecare of the salary that had been pakl him for services R. C. Tarter C. L. larter here first of week. She left poorly perfoimed, and had net waisted same in higli living, that E. T. Wesley A. J. Crawford rr Thursday for Colorado where she he could now be occupying a palace. lie pointed out the number Ben. V. Smith H. E. Cundiff will join her husband. .Miss Lula of offices Mippin had held, and the amount of public money that Simpson Phelps J. F. Burdine Jones and a Mr. Collier were had been paid him. He also stated that Flippin comes of an g J. R. Oonk John J. Paule here from Crab Orchard a few famijy. ami that Fhppm was fed and educated on the salary J. Napier Adams G. W. Shadoan hours Tuesday. Mrs. Julia Ward paid Fiipuin's father out of County, Stile and Federal Treasuries M. G. Colson, Virgil P. Smith of Glencoe Ky., was the gnot The speaking began promptly at to o'clock a. in. Dr. M He pointed out that Flippin was raised in the town of Tuomplcins of Mr. and Mrs. A, T. Furni-- 1 ville, the Coiiutv seat of Monroe County, by parents who were Pennington was made the Chairman, and in a brief and this week. Mr. Rice Harmon, u" speech introduced the first speaker, Hon James R. Cook, a former educated and had means with which to educate him, and that as a Perryville, was visiting the Re Rockcastle boy. and now a prominent lawyer and Editor of JSomer oy he was givon every oppo:timity; bur. notwithstanding all this Pike first of the week. Miss F..la Cook made a fine .sp.-ucthat his business-anMr. audit was well received by vat professional life was a failure. On the Carson is with home folks this He said that Bethurum and Jarvis had made honest other hand the Judge claimed that he was born and ile .crowd. raised on and capable officials and should be re elecied; that they had enforced Jhvill creek in Clinton County; and that his pi.euts while honest, week. Miss Dixie Williamson the law, and that th claims of the opposition that casts had been possessed very lif.ie of the world'soods; that h- - was given no ad' was the guest of Miss F.ila Carson filed away sad dismissed was a mere deception and bugaboo to vantage at all, and by his this week - Miss Anna Sullivan, own efforts had tison Irom obscurity He said that he had compared the record of to icare the people. of Williamsburc. is visiting Mis of Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's that Attorney of this Bethurum and Jarvjs in the Pulaski Circuit Court with Jude Mor Jist-ic- t. Reca Blocks .1 ;d other relatives row an J. N. Sharp dyriug Morrow's last term as Judge, and that Judge Jarvis explained to the satisfaction of all present why here this week. Bethurum and Jarvis had not tiled ur dismissed one hilf the nuai more mosecuiions h d been filed or dismissed than tried in Rock bsrof cases that were filed and dismissed by Morrow and Sharp PROGRAM, LIVINGSTON castle County. He sa.d the grind jury of Rockcastle He paid tribute to the honesty and worth of Judge Morrow and county had B. Y. P. U. Attorney Sharp, and sad that all the people hmj confidence in them ndicted the Adam Express Company in a numoer of cases for but that the same argument usod by Kennedy and Fhppin would carrying liquor from foreign states and delivering some to oer.nn condemn them as dtshoiiesr. and inoajpeteut offijiils. Re said u this County that had to be disused on authority of an opinion July 25th. 19 1 5 that the opposition to Judges Bethurum nud Jarvis at Somerset itthu Court of Appeals of Kentucky; that the Louisville & Nash- Missionary Meeting, Home Missconsisted of a few notorious bol.e.rs and parcv wreckers and that cnie ivauioaci hud aUr, been indicted in a number of cases against them for tailing to bjock tlie switch trojjs, ai)d that the proof m Bethururr. and Jarvis would carry Pulailft Cou ty by not less than ion Schools. the case tried showed that it was the guard rati not blocked, 1000 majority. Pres in charge and not The next speaker m the forenoon was Hon J. C. Davis, Ex the frog, the Statute required the Company to block the switch Song Couuy Attorney of Wayne Countv, tha homo and birth place of trog, but not hroad enough to include the guard-iail- ; Prpyer that on final H. C. Kennedy, and Flippjii, to the great dehglu of the crowd trial the lower court gave peremptory instructions to the jury to Song He said that he and Kennedy were both born and raised in Wayne, find for the Company; that he, as Commonwe.lth's Attorney Report of Membership Committee and he knew Kennedy was a chronic bolter and party disjrganizer. appealed from the ruling of the lower court to tho Court of Ap' Review ot Bible Reader Course. He cnargea tnat Kennedy bolted and helped to defeat the Republi peals; the higher court sustained the lower court, and the proof Leader of meeting in charge can Countv ticket of Wayne in 1909. and in iQro bolted Caleb Powers being the same in all the easels, as a matter of course, on the ruling Song "Go Ye Into All the World" and in i9n bolted and '"laid down on" the State Republican ticket of the Court of Appeals, they had to be He called Praver headed by Judge Ed C. O Rear, and openly fought nnd helped de attention to the Spoonamore cases, 3Q i dismissed. number He showed Sctipturo Reading-Ac- ts i2; 12 feat Dr. J. A. Sloan, Republican nominee for member of the Ken that Spoonamore had been arrested, but inter broke jail, and has Enrl Rice, Maur;co Cottingim . '. tucky legislature from the Wayue-CHntoever sint!fi hftpn nhspnr. frnin fchic ,.,iM(lj. uim .... .., . Legislative District. He j unHelvra ol( ln(j ls wy.T Song, "Holy, Holy, Holy" said that in fact the Kennedy's were never known to support a Re- now a rwugtju; mat ms casus were called for trial; that four Some of the Characteristics of the publican ticket which did not have a Kennedy on it. He said tnent of loo oo each and 4o days in jail were taken again? t him and Mountain People, By Leader the rest filed. He stated that Kennedy and Flinnin n,oVO .; M- that Kennedy started out as a preacher of thev Gospel, and that to convince the people of this district that he and the Circuit The resources ol the Mountains he had heard him preach, and after doing this for two years he Jude had done wrong in dismissing the cases, although the Court' "of Mrs. G. A. McClnre quit the ministry and put on the white apron of the saloonist and Appeals had held that neither the Express Company nor the L & Our Schools a - for Those Who went into the saloon and debauched the manhood of Monticello and N. R. R. Co , had violated no law. Fe referred to other are Not R.d hf by Other Wayne County byselling liquor, and continued to sell it until the instances in this county where prosecutions had to be dismissed Schools W. E. Gray people voted Monticello dry by a tremendous majority. Judge Burgess J. Bethurum will be a candidate for reelection He said and asked the voters to investigate for themselves and thev would to the office of Circuit Court Judge of this Judicial District.- Why the - '.i- - 1' is the Best he was an eye witness to the fact that he did preach and quit find that the charge that of filing or dismissing to many indictmentfTor Missioi ury '"''rk. the pulpit andwent into an open saloon. We speak as a Demo Should the Republicans nomiuate him? "No man having put-hi- s prosecutions made by Kennedy and Flippin is without foundation J E. Drnmmond hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the king and is deceptive, it is merely the instruments of the demagogue cratic paper. . As such we do not control politics. Not for one Whatoni-lo"- . L'oard is Doing: dom of God"; and because of his inconsistent manner of living In view of Judge Jarvis' satistaory explanation Republicans. But we have rights for dismissing moment would we dictate to the Thre h ur Schools this, and manv other things known of him and brought to the at- prosecutions in this county, the'reasons given by in Sam Hillard him for dismissing as an editor, citizen, taxpayer, and as one who is very much inter- 1. Map - ui tention of the public in this campaign, Kennedy is likewise "unfit" cases in other counties of the district were accepted by the crowd ested in the commercial, financial, moral and educational growth of 2 How 1 e Work is Being Con- and uuworthy to hold the ofiice of Circuit Judge of this district, as being both right and legal. Bessie Owens due As such we are naturally interested in. the selection Mc said that Flippin and Kennedy our county. g knew why these cases wer dismissed, but that they were . composed as it is of an enlightened, our officials to execute our laws and to administer justice in our Special i ug and cultured too un- - of An Invitation to Visit a Mountain . . n.. leason' concealed citizenship. He ridiculed Kennedy's claim that he would carry fair" tr toll Knf. intanrlaH f " ' uwKFme irom the courts. Judge Bethurum was born and reared among us, educated School Mrs Singleton ', Judge s speech contained many I The Wayne County by a big majority, and said that if he carried the voters. appropriate anecdotes in our schools and admitted to the practice of law right htre in hfc Open Discussion on Topic county he would have to get it in a batter shape than it is in now. told by him m good style, which amused the crowd causin-mir- th hometown. He married into one of the best and most influential Pres. in charge and applause; on a whole his speech was a great Davis was given good attention, and made a great speech and He was a successful lawyer and made a Report of Secretary success families of our county. We repeat that last Saturday was a great day at aroused the audience to a high pitch of enthusiasm. high class Commonwealth's Attorney He is servir.g: his first term Ajourn for preaching service He attemptMt. Vernon B. H. Hillard, Group Captain, The Republicans were at the county seat and as Circuit Court Judgje ard has made good. He stands for law and ed to close his speech two or three times, b6t the crowd insisted in old Rockcastle. His daily conduct that he give them more of Kennedy's record, and when he did finally! ju an w.viuujr way uoiug nonor to their Circuit Tnria nii nm. order. There is no stain on his private life. AlfcI. AX-.--loiney, '' in whom they repose perfect confidence, nas been in keeping with his high judicial position. He has studclose he was assured by the people tint his was one of the besti on Id Rockcastle, she is in the Bethurum aud' speeches that was ever delivered in the courthouse at Mt. Vernon lfP3110 Jarvis ied to know the law that he might apply it correctly. Fearlessly not less than 1000 majority strong. (Continued on last page,) - IT' 1H2 rront "C Rofifim ror .Demurum (Jd Korkcistle lo TL "C for bethurumand jarvis CJA d' "; - T?.-.- . - 1 H .... g, ri-d- ay ., 1 nn-ju- st , -- I - ""nlMlTwI y-r-- -- A- n r-im- JUDGE B. BETHURUM. office-holdin- well-worde- d d 1 n r.. 1-- , JUDGE L. JARVIS. JUDGE BETHURUM - J 1 1 God-fearin- -- 1 01irlclcenoCi:y 1L ' """KI .Sf. ' V -- Jl "V ; IB .. Bf Er'j vB3 PIHH AUGUST EvEKN '. 4 aeto .a. XY'.A.C-.liji... ............3..... . XAJrk.CZ7ji EVERY DAY LADIES EVERY DAY This year promises ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SPECIALS FIRST DAY Good Premiums paid for Rockcastle County Saddle and Harness Horses 9 At our FAIR last year there were more than 60 visiting horses. to be bigger than ever before. FREE FIRST DAY High Class' Saddle and Harness Horses from all parts of Kentucky and Tennessee will be seen each and LARGE FLORAL HALL DISPLAY MULES ARE SHOWN ON FIRST DAY. $40 3 -- MINUTE TROTTINC RACE. every day. Don't miss this greatest exhibition yet held under the auspices of the Mt. Vernon Fair CATTLE SHOWN SECOND DAY. $100 TROTTING RACE SECOND DAY. Association $150 TROT or PACING RACE Third Day Grand Free Attractions, ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, July 23. 1915 "Weather LI V1N DON'T FORGET aaTO N THE MULE s Come and Enjoy this Big Event No Remedy To The Republicans of Rockcastle County. 'RACE BVBBY AFTERNOON LAUGHTER Defined by Great Authorities. -- e Finds ;. It Joltols,to fill out the unexpired term oi ner husband, W. A. B. Davis, .subject to the'Republlcan Primary, Aug. vulsion of the diaphram is the principal part "of the physical man ifestation of laughter, but there are several accessories, especially the sham vocal utterances arising from the violent tention ot the larnyx and the expression of the from East Bernstadt. The wed- features, this being a more in In exding bells are softly ringing agaiu. tense form of the smile. treme cases the eyes are moisten Another fair dajghter and. Slew- art son has hied themselves across ed bv tlie effusion from the the border to the beautiful town of lachrymal lands. Lord Roseberry lecently defined London, and were married. Mr laughter as follows: "Laughter John Bulloi k and a Miss Mullins ANNOUNCEMENTS. were the parties. May Qods is a physical necessity. We live We Are Authorized to Announce s blessings rest on them. Rev. nnder a melancholy sky JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM of London filled his regular rouudeci by a melancholy ocean, as Judge As a candidate for appointment at the RimiKtrhmvii i and ' is a physical necessity. If of the 28th Judicial District, subject to 1 the action of the Republican party, Au- baturday and Sunday exhilerates all social relations W e begust primary 1915. lieve Bro. Jones is the right man The laugh of Sir Frank Lockword We Are Authorized to Announce in the right place. The Baptist was something to make a stuffed B. C. LEWIS As a candidate for State Senator for the bretheren will begin at once to bird rejoice and thoso who listen17th Senatorial District, subject to the ed to the splendor of merriment Republican party, August primary 1915. repair theii church. Their inten tions are to repair the foundation which he could impart by that We Are Authorized to Announce and repaint the building. Misses laugh realize the intense value Dr. W. C. BLACK of that emotional exercise". As a candidate for State Senator for the .Cora and Jalette Griffin have reThe celebrated showman, W. District, subject to the turned from a visit to relatives at 17th Senatorial Republican party, August primary 1915 Mt. Vernon. The members of the I. Swain, is in hearty accord We Are Authorized to Announce Christiau church have just com with the great English authority. M. L. JARVIS pleted repairiug their church. Mr. Swain says that he is in the aa ComAs a candidate for amusemeut businesa not solely monwealth's Attorney of the 2Sth Ju- They repainted and put anew dicial ."DUtrict, subject to the action of roof on it. Rev. Baker of Faris for the accumulation of profits, the Republican party, August Primarv, but that it is his first aim to ton tilled his regular appointment 1915. enjoyment. He at the Christian church Saturday disseminate We Are Authorired to Announce would rather produce plays that and Sunday. Mrs , W. H. W. T. DAVIS is on the sick list this call forth hearty laughter than Aa a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the week. Mr. Harvy Carpenter and those that cause tears and sadness of Rockcastle County, action of the Republican primary Aug-sister, of Alabama, are visitin-thei- of heart. 1915. The great Swain Show will be brother, C. H. .Carpenter at We Aw Authorized to Announce in Mt. Vernon for a solid week, this place. Mrs. A. T. Feathers T. T. NICELEY and children, were in Corbin Sun commencing Mon Aug. 2 during' As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County, subject to the day. J. H. Browning is with which time all will have an op- McFarland Memorial action of the Republican primary, homefolks at Mavwnnd fnr n Iott portunity to test for themselves August 7, 1915. the application of these lOr tWO. . D. R.- Rnmhr We Are Authorized to Announce 1VU.J JU ..w. woe ;M A strong comedy element-abound-principles. , Presbyterian Church DR. R. G. WEBB Stanford Wednesday. J. B. Ac candidate for Representative from in every production offered by The following services are for 7GU Legislative district, composed Hayes who has been very sick is the next Sunday of the counties of Laure' and Rock- able to be at his post again J.E. this famous company. Sabbath School 10 a. m. castle, subject to the Republican Woodall, the hustling salesman of August 7, 1915. The Brodhead Fair folks will Preaching service 11 a. m. London, was with our, merchants We Are Authorized to Announce give an 85.00 rubber tired Run- - C. E. Society 7 p. m. Tuesday. E. BULLOCK obout away the last day of their Union Preaching Service 8 p. m At a candidate for Representati ve from fair, August 13, 1915. Every one at the Christian Chuicb. Sermon the 70th Legislative district, composed of the counties of Laurel and that attends wi'l have a chance on by Rev. H. T. Young subject to the Republican PriI this beautiful vehicle. Full par- Prayer Meeting every Wednesday mary, August 7, 1915. For Infants and Children, ticulars will appear in these colWe are Authorized to Announce 7:30 p. m. ( Mrs. ALICE DAVIS The Kind You Have Always Bought umns later. Rev. J. M. Mncmillian . Candidate for Superintendent of wa-worth We are having some very hot at present ?nd we aro hav ing lots of rain and rom all indiPublished every Friday by cations we aro going to have fine EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. crops this year. Win Hicks is running his saw in 11 (5 days in the $I.OO UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR week. Mart is doing a land otHce business. Jim Neal had a fine Advertising rates maae known on cow to die Sundav. She application 50 Mr. R H. Harmon ot Perryville is visiting his son. Mr. I. W. Catlin. S. C. Franklin was in our town Tuesday A. H. MEMBER OF Hanilm of Mt. Vernon, was here KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION here Wednesday eurout home 'Laughter." says Prof. Chas. Bell, 'is a convulsive action of the diaphragm. In this state a person draws a full breath aud throws it out in interrupted, short and audible cachinnations. This con sur-Jone- Cot-tongi- m 7. r I am certainly thankful to my friends for the loyal su pport you are giving me in my race for the Republican nomination for Circuit will ever stand by William H. Howard Says He Court Clerk and you in the future as I have in the Tried Ever) thing Else past. You all know my record You wonder why we say just Without Help officially and my disposition to that many it is simple when you accommodate all and refuse none. My opponent in his card says I Louisville. Ky., ..William H. know that there are 277 operations to Howard, who lives at 225 West have held office for 13 years. He the making of a suit of Clothcraft I was Jefferson street, here, and is must be bad in addition. Clothes, widely kuown as an advertising appointed Deputy Sheriff by Mc man, is one of those who declares Ferron in two precincts for 4 years Each one of these operations means he has been greatlv benefitted by and when I settled with him I S"mjthinjj lo yo i becuse each Tanlac, the premier preparation. owed him $5oo.oo and more than has been studied with the thought "For a long time", he said re- this amount was owing me by my of doing it better and at the hame cently, "I suffered from a neighbors and friends on ( ldtaKes time doing it at les cost. catarrhal affection ot the stomach whom I bad been .enient with and I never have found anything 1 was then elected Sheriff for 4 So in reality there are 277 reasons which did me so much good as jears, ana was appointed Circuit why you should try Clothcraft Clothes Tanlac. 1 had used pretty nearlv Clerk for two years. With this the one big fact that results from everything before my friends sxperience as clerk I feel that I am ' these, is "All-Worecommendid Tanlac to me. It qualified to fill this office and am to 20. helped me almost at once, and I asking your indorsement. Will you come in and look at the While I have filled the offices as am glad to offer public testimony Clothcraft models aud patterns ? above mentioned, the immediate to its value." Chronic catarrh, which effects family of my opponent has held the mucous membranes, is one of office in this county for the past ' the most prevalent and distressing 30 years and only two families of maladies known. The trouble is them in the county. I wish you 10 MT. VERNON, KY. almost universal. Offensive turn the search light of truth on breath, coughing, nervousness, my political loyalty as to Republi- sneezing, headaches, poor digest can nominees on all occasions, ion, loss ot appetite, unsound whether nominated in the primary sleep and susceptibility to colds or defeated, and I will also ask you are among the results from tha to investigate the political record of my apponent and see if it will malady. Tanlac has proved of special stand the test as to his loyalty to , Boys I know my old! value in the treatment of catarrhal nominees troubles. Hundreds have testified friends are going to stand by me to the good it has done them. It H this race and with your help that is now being sold in Mt. Vernon I am certain I will receive, I will at Chas. U. Davis' drug store, and win this nomination by a big ma After Foot Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, can also be obtained at the Central jority. So thanking you again, I I gave up in despair. and Drug Co., store, Livingston and Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gare John Robins' drug store Brod-hea- d am, your friend. At last, my husband got rae a bottle oi Adv. Ky. T. J. NICELEY. Up in Despair. Husband Cardui, the woman's tonic, I Equal To Tanlac 277 improvements in one suit of clothes ol '10 Sutton & McBee J HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE The Life of BuiMo William Cody) will be Bill (Col shown at Came to Rescue. s Pri-tm&r- y, theBoone Way Theatre on Tuesday night, July 27th. This is a feature picture, in 3 reels, showing the life of that noted American Scout., in connection . with it a 2 reel picture of "Oiste.rs Last will be seen, making a big 5 reel show. Price io c s. to all. and com menced taking it. From the very Erst dose, I could ten it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an .m' cresting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." from this olace. Ah If you are all run down from Atia Ruiirt- woaaaly writes as follows offered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, la Ks 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should Fight" Rock-caiU- e, CASTOR A Bears the w BignaturjB &&&& t ChUd n,rs OAST ORIA j" .' V-- FOR FLETCHER'S c ry -., You'll meet old friends and make new acquaintances, at the Brodhead Fair. J&r-ff-' are owued and all. controlled by the W. I. Swain Fea- in j ture Film Co. of Uew Orleans, La. Tl. Everything for men and young me men to Tear to the fairs, at Fish's. These features I severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggi hm it side. sold Cardui for years. He kaows what jCIot was called in, and his treat it will do. Ask aim. He wM reco eved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begia tefckg Cardui jodiy- FOR FLETOHER "imes, I would have Interesting' and instructive in great variety at the j Ifirodlttftd fair this year. & Children Qy .fTh U.rliAw ii.xvAxoii. -- rt-J- il&ti' ;jylF T&&"1 Jt M .y 'ysFfeife ". J3 P A 3J1LOLEUA CASTOR rUK v j.y r i i.V SI i gtmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmKmmmmHmammmmmmmmmtmmgmmggmtmgmmtmmmmtmmmmimmmmmmmwmm MT. VERNON SIGNAL 79 R. A. Welch who has been sick for several weeks is better. Mt. Vernon, Ky July 23 1915 Mr and Mrs J. W. Caswell, 1 and Mrs. Kate Linton, of Louis-up "No. 79" wnenwf. ville, and Mrs. J. E. Vowels, of wan toCommun I' I, XJ Middlesboro, are guests of Mr. cate with SIGNAL and Mrs. R. A. Welch. LOCAL f9 fc3 4 ! eO w S iF-- I IHIlr1! a " M H f & n II1 l ma a iH v Ij 111- 1- fVlIIIII-1-! II hi m wrm M M m Louisville m. &. Nashville I TABU-.- . Let Fish's be your Clothiers. Something new every day at R Co. Fish's. Spruce up and get ready for the 1 Mt. Vernon Fair. Attend the Fair at Cumber land's North Gate' (Mt. Vernon) nmr if J TIME 22 71 JL JL .(Ljl. jL TOT v - v T7 .i -- A JAV ucitn tli 'JS IM nrtn 54lm 3:56 a m 12:43 smith South m? N th- uuair- - am In most families the Hers. Tas. Landuum, Agent. is in His name and the region J Mi proer'y in riirL i C?! i v nm h aa AWJHiRi&m.'ymj TTr-e- r iKTi -- mt x w w " m xr SA -- t w --vr wm mt iw f mr ym .. -- r-m ma m. -- wm 5k m h j tl ib :Mk m vm m m m am wmi sh i m b vh sm - 1 ,y- - .... J ". fm n I u J il OF THIS SEASON'S SELLING is too comI monly known to need comment. The facts are F 8. Mt Vermin, Ky. Poittoffice mail inaiter. iN KiiItmI at as stcoml-ciaK- S PE1IS 0 AL is in You may find better clothes than Fish's $15 specials, but they cost $25 Give the family a vacation and 4-5- that backward weather and general trade conditions have left us too heavily stockt and wj ars going to clean up quickly for spat cas'i, every article in our store-I- ; - Pulaski outing by bringing them 10 the Mt. Vernon Fair Aug E. J. Anderson, of Paris, was Hook up the horses or mules and bring the good wife and 'all here Saturday. Sidney the children to the Mt. Vernon Blanche and Misses Fair every dav Crawlord are improving' Mi-- s Marie Brock, of London, is Everv once in a whi'e we heat S Al- it said "The fools are not all dead with her sister, Mrs. E. yet" Its worse than that. The bright. J, Fish and sons, W. II. and fooK are largely in the majority Jack, were in Cincinnati curing Rev. Soward. of Bee Lick will the week. preach at Rose Hill the second Mis Blanche and Sidnev Craw- Saturday night and Sunday and ford, who have typhoid, are doing at Buckeye the fourth Saturday very well. night and Sunday in each Lut'ier Manus and his daughter month. Miss Fanay, are some better but Remember passengers can ride still very sick. local freight hetweeu Livingston Everett, Wm. and Chris Mull-in- s and Mt. Vernon during fair week were in Livingston duri g the August 4, 5 and Gth and have week on busi ess. ample time to sue the Fair beMrs A. B Furnish and son. tween trains. Ben, h.ve returned from an exHome Killed Meat: I will tended visit in Ohio. open my meat shop again Monda Mr and Mrs. Jim Childress, July 26th, and will handle ex t the Johnetta section were in clusively borae killed meat which I will sell at, choice steak 2o cts town shopping Monday. and 15c. D. C. Price Word comes from Somerset roast that Mrs. Mary Williams is feeling Stockholders will meet.again at better than for nearly two years. Mt. Vernon Fair Grounds toMrs. Woodson May and son, morrow tht 24th. for purpose of Master Robert, of Somerset came finishing up the cleaning of yesterday for a visit to Mrs E grounds and puiting things in S. Albright. shape for the exhibition. If you Tom Floyd and R H. can't come send a hand. Miller were in London Monday, Mr. Luther Hamlin, son of Mr. returning Tuesday in Mr. and Mrs. A II. Hamlin and Miss MaxwnlJ. Lida Purcell, daughter of Mr. and Chas. Thomusom, David Craig. Mrs. Booth Purcell, eloped to F. L. Thompson, Jr., Lewis Mi- Je'.lico last Saturday night and were in were married ller and Logan Bryart The Signal exCrab Orchard Sunday evening. tends congratulations to these of the splendid young people. Col. Jarvis J. Brown, section, was in town Level Green W. A. Langtord. of Richmond, Tuesday and reports the crops of who was stricken with paralysis the community in fine conditions. some two weeks since is improvSquire Sherman Chasteen and ing. Mr. Longford is one of the .others living around Disputanta largest land owners in Madison. say they are coming to the Mt. He has a number of relatives in Vernon Fair and bring all the this county. The writer recently folks. rode with him in his automobile Brown of Lancas- from Lexington to Richmond .Mrs. W. H. ter, and Mrs. Dr. Brown of Stan- over East Dixie Highway route. ford, spent several days visiting "THE WORTH GATE OF THE relatives' and friends in the Quail CUMBERLANDS" section. James Maret, the clever secreEmmit Bryant, the popular and tary of the Mt Vernon fair, sends efficient L. & N. Agt. at Pine this paper complimentaries ato his Hill, has recovered from a slight exhibition and writes as follows: attack of what was supposed to be -- Mt. Vernon, the "North Gate smallpox and is on the job again to the Cumberlands" located on E J. Anderson and family have Boone Way, the first officially moved into the house recently va located highway acros the State cated by Bro. Allen. We are ex of Kentucky as well as being on ceedingly glad to have Mr. Ander- East Dixie Highway, will hold its son, who expects to engage iu annual Fair on Aug. 4, 5 and Gth foulness, locate with us. Attend and meet the Boone Way F. L. Thompson, Jr.. Chas. C. Boosters aad other live wires. Davis, Victor C. Tate, Ben Griffin A. B.. Furnish, merchant and and Logan Bryant motored over to agent, who purchased Danville Fair Wednesday adver- real estate a portion of the Miller orchard tising the Mt. Vernon Fair all farm adjoining the Town Hill bas along the way. run a road or street thru one sect Mr. Frank Walker, who left ion of the tract and named it Rockcastle, tor the West, in 1872, Boone's Lane. On each side of forty three years ago, is here visitthe lane is laid off farms of 5 and ing relatives and looking over the which are being 10 acre tract scenes of his childhood. He is sold at reasonable rates on terms related to Mrs. J. W Brown, the that will enable industrious parHiatt, Adams and Joplin families. sons to secure a home on the inrtev. D. Edgar Allen preached stallment plan or for those who his farewell sermon at the Baptist desire summer homes. The church last Sunday. He tender- name of locality will be Furnie ed his resignation which was very from the name of the founder. reluctantly accepted by the con- The elevation is 1 Goo feet above gregation, which was brought sea level about 5oo feet higher about bv ill health. Rev. and Mrs than the town of Mt, Veruon and Allen wiil be located on a frm in a delightful locatjon. Furnie lies Tennessee, for a while. We immediately on Dixie Boone very much to lose Rev. Way one mile east of town. Allen and his estimable wife. Atty. E R (Sentry this Week. YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN THINGS TO WEAR REMEMBER -G. IJU 1 IIMi "We'd Rather Have Money Than Merchandise" We pay Parcel Post Charges Anywhere Telephone 27-- Use i a "We Stand By What You1 Buy." It. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. HEHE Wh ARE AGAIN a5ESSSB5S2!S2S2SaaaaHKSSL' i2c U'-Mara- 's Children's White Shoes 50 cts. A ticket to the Brodhead Fair at Fish's. will be worth $85.00 to someone. J. M. Craig bought of I. A. $4 50 Low Shoes for 3 spot V. II ICruger lias begun the cash at Fish's today. Bowman 3 good rows for $1.50. foundation for his residence on If you want to have a good time W. T. Davis is the man of the Richmond street. come to the Ml. Vernon Fair The Brodhead Fair 1 eople do people this time, jfou can't beat days Aug. 5 him. Adv. things they give away a rubber Mix in the mirth and merriment Mrs. John Robins and daughter tire buggy this year its a dandy and you will leturn liomehealthly Mildred, are. guests of Mrs. F. L. too. hearty and happy from the Brod-hea- d T'Ui'ham. Stone: Cut any size or shape, . Fair. Vote for W. T. Davis he's a poor direct from the quarry at a price, less than you can build concrete. You will learn a lot of new an with a huge family and needs Shipped anywhere. Get my price. wrinkles that will mean money to our help. Adv. John Ramsey you in short cuts to longer profits J A splendid array of attractions Mt. Vernon, Ky. at the Bi'odhetd Fair nd joy making stunts that will Think of investing 25 cents for ' Rockcastle Republicans give .imply drive "dull care" and the me one term ab Circuit Clerk quo 'gloom bug ' to the tall timber ticket to see one of the best fairs thej wilL be att'aetirodhead Fair, in the State, and then get a $85.00 I will.be satisfied. Let's divide spoils. buggy free. Some body will get W. T. Davis. Judge Denton and fudge Jasper this buggyo for a quarter of a Brown 61 Oniig bought of var- of Pulaski, have been in ihe coun- dollar at Brodhead Fair. ious parties last week 113 extra ty speaking this week tor Judges The fire alarm wos turned in last good, fat hogs at 7 cts and shipped Kennedy and Flippin. fudge G. night at n o'clock, a hre having them to the Cincinnati market. I Eallard made the tour of the been started in the jail by the prisEverybody and his grandmother county with them. oners, Millard Arnold and a boy by will be at the Mt. Vernon Pair T. M Pennington was up the name of Shropshire. The fire Dr. this year, if reports coming to from Stanford yesterday in the was soon stopped without any Secretary Jamss Maret are true. great damage. Arnold and Shrop of hisbrother-in-law- , RodWhy not you come too and bring interest man Keenon who is a candidate shire were taken to Loudon on the the folks with you? You 11 all bo r Clerk of the Court of Appeals, night tram for safe keeping. welcome to Mt. Vernon and the "ho Dr. has many friends in If you are afflicted with "bone-head- " Fair will be a pleasant p'ace to ockcastle and complimentary associates, the gout or a spend the days vacation. The o Dr Bennington as well as sup- grouch-ta- ke a hike for the big days are August -6. porting a competent and well Brodhead Fair. See and enjoy A whole lot of money has been ltted man lor the place, the the new and clever attractions. spent for your information, enter Democrats whom the Doctor met They '11 all be there in one classy iiere yesterday, assured him al- cluster the most of the best for tainment and recreation at fair. Many times more most to a m in of their Support for your amusement money to be than your money's worth in real Keenon for Clerk found anywhere. See 'em sure. healthy recreation, fun and frolic Hon. H. V. McChesney Demo- Services at Christian as you'll agree if you corao and see Candidate for Church for Sunday It's easily the biggest and best cratic hoie yesterday Governor spoke afternoon fair in all this region and the court room was comfort- Sunday School 9:40 you simply can't ' afford to stay wd ably filled with appreciative Preaching service, 11, Subject away this year. hearers and many warm support- "Lord's Day or Sabbath"? Location: The West ers, because of his position in the Christian Endeavor 7 p m. , Good Mr. !Ches-ne- y The preaching service in the eve room of the lower btory of the prohibition fight. made a splendid talk and it is ning beginning at 8:00 is a union Masonic Building Livingston, Ky., said added several to his list of service in which the Congregation which now belongs to the Masonic No of the Piesbyterian Church meets Lodge is vacent. It is a splendid supporters in Rockcastle sane man except he belongs to the with us Mr. Macinillan assisting. room, sate from fire, a good lo cation . and in a good business whiskey trust, will take issue with town. Any one desiring to en- Mr. McChesney on the principles gage in business should investi- he claims to stand for, but it is For gate tlja opportunity here offered hard to believe the sincerity of of Appeals I Clerk This room is either for sale or the movement, whern it is known rent. For further information who Mr. McGhesney's chief supRemember Kennon call on ur address the. Trustees porters are and who put him in when you go in to vote. "of Jackson Lodge No. 73I F. & the race. A. M. Livingston. Ky. 3t 6. Tennis Shoes for everybody, 50 cts. a pair at Fish's ALL NEW ONE MT. VERNON COMMENCING & WEEK OF JOY Monday, AUGUST Admission 15 25c. One Woman Admitted Free With Each 35c Cash r Tide gf TT'-- t rf Oldest, "W.I.SWAIN SHOW COMPANY r?z. biggest, best equipped and most favorawv KNOWN SHOW OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA. h, a tfks Biggest Rain-Proo- f --Jv 'j r A Ten and Wind-Resistin- g d KANT LEEK KXOUGII SKATS FOR A WHOLE TOWN EXTRAORDINARY FEAT I RES SEASON 191 jThaulTer Qua-!otl- : Oh, My Golly romiuedian, Herbe Swilt, the Mmsi Man; Thus. J. Kane. Singing and Dancing Comedian: Halloway, Solo Baritone; Fred Chapman, Solo, Slide irombone. In tact, more Star Features than Ever. y 1 MONDAY NIGHT, The Excellent As Comedy-Dram- a BELLE of the MOUNTAIN TRAIL uual Friday Night (Society Njght) Extraordinary "THELMA,, Each Monday -- 10:00 A.M. on Principal Street, also in front of the Tent at 7:ln MondayNight Band Concert byjthe W. I. Swain Show Co. Silver Cornet Band all Solo Musicians. Rodman Kennon Court SPECIAL - PBBB FJ2SE MONDAY NIGH DIAVOLO THE AIR RIDER DIAVOLO THE AIR RIDER 6-1- 6 1 re-jgr- et the Home Town. This is the First Commandment in community development. Whenever we pass up our own and send an order away from home we break ihis commandment bv one stroke of the pen. Give vour home dealer the chance to fill that order. ' He can beat any house, in the country. The Lone Distant Route is the road to waste, overbuying and false N economy. Think it over. out-ot-tow- The only road to Real is the road that leads to iVw Hfc lit: Udy SATISFIED Pi e sold Good $23.00 to $36.00 a Suit. Clothes, 14 Suits of CUSTOMERS IS THE REASON. ii V n rummond's Store.Livin? ston mmmmmEmmmmwmmm , m r h ""- & C- V'" "Zf'7 Vn ii ' ?;.........;;?;; inir ...... ' . . ......... ......., ...... . ......... .. Clinton County Bar Endorsement BAKE MT. VERNON KENTUCKY Wo the undersigned n embers of the bar of Albany and Clinton this method of exas County, irrespective of political affiliation, take pressing ourselves on the official conduct of Judge B J Bethurum We our Circuit Jude. during his administration as such. congladly that he has presided over our courts with honesty, ay Children Cry for Fletcher's S sideration and' fairness, and has been kind and litigants at all times and has proven This December 1 1. 19 14. and Judge. E Bertram S G Smith D R. Brown. both towards attorneys his ability as a lawyer C. B Parrigin J. L. Carver Rockcastle County Bar Endorses B J.Bethurum IV -- Tlic Kind You Ilavc Always Bonght, and Thlclx lias been ia use for over SO years, lias boraotlic signature of and lias been raado under his per-J9 so:ml supervision since Its infancy. uzSjZ-MCfuAllow 110 one to deceive you in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle ivitli and endanger the lieultli of Infants and Children Experience againbt Experiment Z Ju.st-a-jjo- od - Bd We Beg To Advise That We Have Bought I At a Discount Much Below Cost s 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', Misses 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 Judge C J. Bethurum wjs born and reared in this. Rockcastle County Kentucky. In his boyhood his disposition was amiable He was a:i apt student and he was populat with his associates. In young manhood he turned to and acquired a good education. he associated hi.ns.elf the study of the law and in the year brother, Judge L. W. Bethurum. for the practice of that with his profession at Mr. Vernon, Kentucky, and which was most sue 'esful and was continued till the year looli, when he removed to s Somerset Kentucky, and soon thereafter became Corumonwe-dthe Attorney for this judicial District, which office he held till entered upon the discharge of his duties as Circuit Judge, to which office ke had been called by the people at the November election iqoy, and which office he is most ably and Satisfactorily filling today. As a man and citizen Judge Bethurum is esteemed bv all; as a practitioner he was courteous, honorable and successful; as a prosecutor he was able and fearless but always just and fair; as a The Judge he presides with ability, justice and fairness to all and poor, the high and low, all receive at his hands that fair rich and impartial hearing and just reward to winch their causes entitle them; and as such citizen, lawyer and official, we, his life long ac quaiutances. and associate's at the bar most gladly commend him. lb-)5, PareCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor goric, Drops and Sootliinjf Syrup. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine iior other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys 'Worms and allajs Feverilincss. For more tbau thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, riatulenej", "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrluea. It regulates the Stomacu and I5oicls, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The 3Iother's Friend. A iat is CASTOR!Oil, GENUINE the History of the Trade. OUR STORE Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. W. Browu S. D. Lewis . J. A. Owens G. M. Haiku d S. C. C. C. Davis Williams The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUP COMAMV NgWVORK CITY. (2Lu Bears the Signature of CASTORIA ALWAYS E. R. Gentry W. H. Krueger, Jno. M. Williams. H.J. Mcclure "V ixzzx--- y y xz:25g: WILL BE Wayne County Bar Endorsement We the undersigned members of the bar at Monticello, Ken tuckj', take pleasure in saying to whom it may concern, that irrespective of political affiliations, wo gladly endorse the official ad Brim ru EVERYTHING Of SOLD argfains AT A SACRIFICE s 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 Priee. at nearly One-haSHOES and SLIPPERS at Les than Cost up-to-d- ate ration of Judge H. J. Bethurum, while he ha presided ove our courts, and attest the fact that he his at all times been kind considerate and lair, both towards attorneys anil litigants, and shown marked ability as a Judge and lawyer. Witness our hands this November 14. 1.9I4. P. R. Harrison John W. Tnttle W. R. Cress J P. Harrison feminist Pure Lardr in 50 lb cans. Pure Lard, in small lots, Sugar, in 25 lb bags, 11 NOTICE 0 ti per lb. 10c per lb. 11c lf Joe Bertram J. 13. Ftone C. C. Duncan, A. J. Cress W. B Dertram J. B. Bradley O. B. I. A Brown Adv. '.2315 Bertram E. E. Bell J. C. Davis A. L. Denney H. C. Cress J. A. Butler Z. T. Hall ugar, in sma lots, Meal, 45c, or 2 bags for 85c m Flour, 75, 90 and $1,00 per sack d Ship Stuff, per 100 lb. $1.00 Lenox Soap, 3 bars for 10c Cleaneasy, 3 for 10c Matches. 3 boxes for 10c v j $1.75 y per lb. 7 Iz fa to make up. Carpets and Matting -- Drupgets and Rugs for less. (DISTRICT" POLITICS.) W of all kimU. Whips FJ Saddles, Humes, Bridles, 1'its and Spurs Buckets, Tub's, Churns S: Fruit Jars at 50c A: 70c doz. J carry HARNESS Our Motto: "SELL IT FOR LESS" o 9 0 8 VOTE FOR ''em as 09 09 S fl I Coma and Trade with R. S. JETT v Frmprf; JET ThE BlAM Ryp.hpnaP h J w Ik WHO WAWTS THE FARMERS TRADE MT. VERNON I w V .... a .. tlll.lll'''111''''' Kentucky. m KENTUCKY tootMiotaii,tiiiiiiiiiiii(c & rar. r 13 h ELV (.?, h n -- 5EI1S 2X225 LiHK e Jk ooea.aaoaAbAAA....n b.......A '..:::: : ..... m. : :: "OH OO e IN THE DISTRICr COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, iTHURUM AND JARVIS. (Centint ed from 1st page) and fairly has ne presided :n hc-- trial of cases, and the Republi cans of this county should take pleasure in standing solidly behind him in his race for renomuntion. Asa splendid product of our own county ind as a hardworking, efficient, conscientious official -- Editorial in Mt ho is justly entitled ti it. Vernon Signal. August For the Eastern District op Jthe-t - TrV -- $& A anDington & Co ) Bankrupt. "fl D 21, 19I4. tWfi l4 day of ulv A" D' Oil g "ou considering the jetition : bankrupt for r0f the aforesaid the 24 day of Rockcastle County Officials Request B .discharge, hW ifc is ordered peb , A D. i9x5. Stand for Re-ElectiA lle'& be by the court that day had upon the sanif P' s:ild Mt. Vernon, Ky., Jan. 5 i9i4 of Aug. A. D. i9i5, e'ore disin said Judge 13. J. Bethurum, court at Covington o'clock, in Jug xore Somerset, Ky., trict at ro theiGto as Doar Judge: noon, or as near The undersigned newlv elected officers of Rockcastle countv. practicable, and that notice therein the hereby ask and request you to stand for as Judge of this of be published one time Signal, a newspaper Judicial District: Mt. Vernon r. Because we have known you throughout your whole life printed in said district, and all kmown creditors and other per and .know that you have lived a life blameless and above reproach sons ia interest may appear at in every respect, and that you have the contideuce and respecD of said time and place and show all the people of the county of your birth. cause, if any thev have, why the 2. Because you are thoroughly qualified and competent to fill should the office, and are now filling it with great ability, and to the prayer of said petitioner jnot be granted. satisfaction of all. WITNESS the Honorable A. 3. Because you are a true and loyarRepubltcan, and never sulk Cochran, Judge of said nor try to defeat nominees ot the Republican party, but always Jfc J. .Court, and the seal thereof at faithfully and loyally support them. jLon-dsflisaid district, on the 4. That because of vour spleudid ability as a lawyer, your A. D. i9i5- excellent record as a Judge, your sterling Republicanism, your 4 day oi July W. Menzie, Clerk J, spotlets character as a man, the people of this county are demanding Stacey D. C. that vou again make the race for Circuit Judge. &,.r. G. M. Ballard, County Judge AN EASY, PLEASANT E. ii. Gentry, County Attorney . LAXATIVE. S. F. Bowman, County Court Clerk ,' Cam Mulhns, Sheriff Dr. King's New One &r two Rai-h- , Assessor P.'M. Life PiUs with a tumbler of water T. J. Nicely, Circuit Clerk No bad, nauseating, at night. W. A. B Davis, Superintendent of Schools. taste, no belching gas. Go right, morn-itigW. P.v Catron, Coroner to bed. Wake up in the easy bowel James Winitead. Jailer enjoy a free, Dee Cummins. Deputy Sheriff fine all days mment. and feel Life Pills are Jack Abney, Deputy Sheriff Dr King's New V. M. Sowder, Justice of the Peace 1st. district sold by all druggists, 36 ;n an Lewis McGuire, Justice of the Peace, 2nd. district original package,, for 25c. Get a Sherman Chasteen Justice of the Peace, 3rd district bottle today enjoy this eay, J. L,. Arnold, justice 0 the Peacet 4th. district. pleasant laxative. .n t Ul matter judge J. Bethurum To on, Dr. R. G. WEBB LIVINGSTON, KV. For REPRESENTATIVE . n To the voters of Rockcastle and Laurel Counties. It' will be ira possible for me to see you"all before the Primary, although I would like to be able to see you and talk to you in person bu' as the time i? short and my business at this time is very large i will '.: ive to depend to a large extent on my friends to talk for me. I was borned at Burn ing Springs. ClavCo.,Ky, was raised on a farm and I know how t work. My lather, Marshall M. Webb, is well known by a great many of the older citizens of this District. He was a Sergeant in the 8th Ky. and served four years in the Civil War. He has been an ordained Baptist Minister for the last 3O years, but has spent the greater portion of his time as a farmer. During his service in the army he realized the need of an education only having a limited amount of aD education therefore he tried as best he could to give us bo; s an education. I attended the free schools of Clay Co. until I was growr then attended different high schools and colleges. I taught school ii. Clay county for four terms and in 1906 I graduated in medicine at the Louisville Medical college in Louisville, Ky., havins practically made myself, all the money it took to take me thru college. Sep. 1, 190t5 ' located in the town of Livingston, Ky.. thereby adopting Rockcasti county as my future home and can say truthfully 1 have never haa cause to regret my choice. For the last 9 years I ha ve tunactivt fairly successful in my lino a tho peoplo will testify and I have ha 1 an opportunity to tudy th- - needs of the people at close range, in tho homes and by their firesides. T know what the penp'e need in this for their needs. I am a Republican, district and I will I cast my first vote for WMliam McKmley, and I stand on the Republican platlorm as adopted at Lexington June 15, i9l5. If nominated and elected 1 will vote m accordance to that platform. I have no laws m regard to my proiesston or the Drug business that I wi h t. introduce i i the next Legisla:ui'e. And if any one tells you 'ha I wmt to o to the Legislature in the interest of my profession lie fcelh, a falsemyelf that I would be an hood. I have tried to live and so cond-uchonor to my father and m ither and the community in which I live I have alwas stood for those things that are high, noble and Chri.-- li I have taken, as in like. My friends have honored rae for the will see. I am a member and officer in the Livingston Presbyteryou ian church. Pres. Livingston Commercial Club Acting Master, .1 iclcson Lodge F. & A M. Member Mt. Vernon Loval Arch Mem-u- r Mom her Ko-- ur Temple, Louisville, London Knight Templars ,vy Member Red Hill Midge I O O F. Member and Junior past I h iVe worked hard Councilor of Livingston, Lodge Jt O. U A and community and tor her peiple and they are with me fir my town i l thi-- . race, because they know me and they know I will stand for the right thing at the right time. I have promised mv friends that in case I was permitted to represent them in the next generr' assembly that 1 wuld use all my power and energy in trying to get the dog law repealed and one made that .vould not be a burden to the people as thepreesnt Democratic law is. In my first spe'eh at Hickory Grove, with my opponent I advocated the repeal of the dog law to those good people who were out to hear us. My opponent took a different view he said the dog law was alright we should keep it and educate the little children, of the taxes that was derived from this law. Mr Voter do you like the dog law in its present shape? If you do my nppomvit should represent vou. Fellow citizens In closing I will say I think I am competent to represent you in Frankfort, ask my neighbors and brothers who know rae? I will stand by their answer. I appeal to the voters of this dis fcnet to stand, by me because you know wheie I stand, and to come out on the 7th. day of August, and vote for me and I will promise you that God being my helper I shall never giveyou cause to regret your Your Servant, action. R. G. WEBB. t encaged in th practice of medicine. I have been good to the people in my tevritor and likewise they have been good to ine. I have been 1 and your soreness disappears like and got caug t cut in the rain magic. Nothing ever helped and it settled in my stomach and like your Sloan's Liniment. I bowels. I hid an awful time, can never thank you enough", and h id it not been for Chamber- writes one grateful user. Stop I lain's (Joh?. Cholera and Dlar suffering, aches and pains. An rhea Re nedy I iou d nut j ossibly excellent ceuner-irritan- t htttr have lived but a lew hours and cleaner "than mustard. A'l 'ouger but thai ks to this remedy druggists, 2oc. Get a bottled f am now well and .truug". 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