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Mount Vernon signal: July 30, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915073001_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 30, 1915 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 71 H TO y v: . J rrr twp1 it r :SK7 , 7if-- 'wss'W i. , Published Every Friday r-ov? vm- - y3 '- -y jf 9mmn Jpgt!Il ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY JULY 30, 1915 'I III' HI y t - i Established 1887 NUMBER 41 inn VOLUME XX VITI. ., ... I..,, mi MT. VERNON, .... "" .- 1- . , .,. - .I,, mi.MiMMIlim Ml I I Ilj I1 Will I H'l 'I'll I "sua1 G i r3 ?' J JBS7 fW. ;ag;y-tg- . tOL Men's YOU 5 i-- nkQ 1 H tu, wy v Rnk wa a ww Kffk I o We find we have entirely too much cloth, ing at this season so $20,00 values at 1 8.00 values at 16.50 values 1 we are making great sacrifices in order to move stock quickly $14,00 12.50 L50 I 5.00 values, Plaids 1 10.00 8.50 7.50 Boy's Suits from $ to $7.50 12.50 values 1 0.00 values Every Suit Guaranteed Sutt on Cte. 0. Ar -- OF I I & McBee FRAUD CHARGED! For sonm weeks there has appeared an article in Hie Somerset Leader ottering a prize in which it was stated that no fraud was ! Morgan County ttumi, mJiirUZ'f zagf rfcsca3&-vj&. St&Sfei. :?if jJS.. r ? mfiR 4lllfe$k HSMS5.. sis, UfR5s3?t i& .? fg! Democratic Candidate - FOR Secretary of State I could meet every Democrat in Kentucky before tbe August PriI will, mary. That is impossible. therefore, ask you to vote for me Au gust 7. in the Primary, and again November 2, in the general election. Then come to see me in the Secretary cf Spate's Office at Frankfort. By my faithful services I will make you glad you nominated and elected JASPER-KENNED- Y me to that important office. My rpcord as a Democratic Senator from the 34th District (Morgan, Ma goffin, Wolfe, Breathitt and Owsley counties) is approved by my people. TO THE REPUBLICANS: wish I charged against Kennedy in the famous case of Castillo vs. Mcbeath We quote said article. PUT UP OR SHUT UP "To Judge Bethurum: "In the issue of May 27, the Leader offered yon or any supporter of vours the sum of 30 cash if you would show there was any charge of fraud or deception of any kii.d made against Judge Kennedy m thi pleadings in the McBeath case that you harp so much about, or hat there was an issue of tint kind to try out. So far neither you or July 17th, 1915. any friend of yours has ever accepted the the proposition. The Lead- Editor Somerset Herald: er now jaisos the offer to$ioo. Get busy. There is money in it for you Through the columns of jour paper I come to the voters of the if you make good." 2Sth Judicial District of Kentucky in the interest of the Hon. B. J. The Judge has "made good", and in proof of this we quote trom the answer of Henry Mclieath filed in the case April -- nd 1913, in Bethurun , not as a Republican, not as a Democrat, not as a Lawjer, nob as ajPolitician, but as an humble minister of the Gospel of Jesus which he charges as follows: "And he says that the said Knnuedy wrongfullv and Fraudentlv Christ, and as such to present facts to the people in Lopes that when undertook to convey and did execute the writing filed with the plain the good people of these four counties go to the polls they will be gov tilT's petition herein purporting to convoy .same to the said plaintiff erned by facts and not by gossip False and slanderous reports have gone out on Judge Bethurum; and for the purpose and with the intention of Cheating and Defraud yet his character as a Christiau gentlemen, as an able jurist and also as ing the heirs of Jordon McBeath out of the lands herein described." The about is copied from said answer and is reproduced in order an able and worthy official stands unimpeached, and unimpeachaHe when the slanderous gossip has gone out that Judge Bethurum has to further discredit Kennedy and his methods. unjustly charged juries in certain cases tried in thecourts of this counHe has made another fatal buuder and another mistake. In con ty, justice only has to roach forth her hand and diaw from our cour ducting a campaign along his lines this is to be expected. files his written charges, which in ever case are as pure and unbiassed A candidate for the high office of Circuit Judge cannot attempt to take from an old innocent negro his little farm work, as the proof as the law governing the case I have been a citizen of Clinton county for more than 35 years shows, from $200 to $400 for the sum of $00.46 and expect to escape and lawlessness is rednced nearer the miiTimnm in said county withpublic condemnation. He is branded as an opressor by the Court of Appeals of Ken- in the past $ years thau had been since I became a citizen here. tucky. This highest court of the state, "The consideration is gross- - When Judge Bethurum came into office as Judge no less than S dis y inadequate, and the transaction therefore oppressive if the instau tilleries were being run in Chntou county. At this time there is positively but one said to be running and they say it is so near the Tenment is held to be a deed. "Put up" the $ioo. Leader, and "Shut up" from this on. nessee line that it is hard to determine whether it is in Tennessee or The Leader has "Shut Up' but strange to say they have not Kentucky. The whiskey shacks were much more numerous than the "Put Up" their mystical 100. Adv still houses, but now they are almost an unknown Do you wonder if they are not finally made aware of the eternal fact that suggesting nml advising the people how to vote. believe, according to the above which is as true as truth is mighty and will prevail. Again the Herald asks, does Kennedy propose to call our Repubis the magnetic needle to the North pole that the Judge is free lican buncoer? Kennedy, will from bias and prejudice, is intelligent, sensible, and well enough in- you candidate for Governor as falsifier end imply these untrue charges about Mr Morrow in your misrepformed .to safely advise the good, honest peaple of this great dis- resentations about the Griffin case? The Herald a.c ks the voters to trict how to vote. read Mr. Moriow's lettei as follows: He is saying in his speeches all over the district that whisky Hon. B. J. Bethurum, is being sold in Somerset, Pulaski county, by bootleggers and Commonwealth Attorney. otherwise in open daylight in a local option town, and in open, Dear Sir: llagrart violation of the law. . In the matter of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Now let us reason just a bit, and by so doing we can very readily see the predicament in which H. L. Griffin, charged with manslaughter, I desire to make thij Judge has gotten himself. the following..tatement: I am sorry for this gentleman for it has been said that "A little knowledge is a very dangerous I was the attorney of Mrs Lis Bowen, the administrator thing". of Oscar Bowen, deceased, who was killed by H. L. Griffin, He says that he knows whereof he speaks. Is he not the Judge of the county and what is his duties as such and what and Mrs. Bowen was also the beueticiary of an accident policy made in her favor by her husband in the Continental CasUtlie nature and substance of the oath that he was required to cake upoh the assumption of the dutiesof said office? ualty Co. After the death of Bowen, as the attorney of Mrs He pledged his conscience to his God and to his people under Bowen, I handled the settlement of her claim against this inhis official oath that he would do all that isiuhim to enforce the surance company. The payment ot the claim was refused by the company upen the grounds that the death of Bowen laws in every nook and corner of this county. According to was not the result of an accident but that he was purposelv his own statement, his own confession, he has violated his oath of killed by Griffin and therefore an accident policy would not office and stands alp the Bar of Public Opinion guilty of the permit a recovery. At the instance of Mrs. Bowen and her avful crime of perjury. But he tries to justify himself by father, John Camden, I investigated the matter; took the saying that such violators of the law laugh at him and even spit statement of various eye witnessas and presetted such proof scorn and contempt in his lace and threaten an appeal to the to the said company as to convince them that Bowen's death Circuit Court. "The sheltering and protecting rendezvous of was the result of an accident instead of being the result of criminals of all type caliber and characier '. very This is a crime For this reason they adjusted the claim upon the grave reflection upon the honesty and integrity of our Circuit the basis of an accidental killing. Very Respt., J.idge, who is the very embodiment of justice and who stands for the strict and rigid enforcement of the laws. Hdwin P. iMorrow, Atty. at Law. This is a veiy During the time that I was serving as County Attorney, wt,ik, llimsy excuse on the part of Jasper. He can not shift H. L. Griffin shot and killed a man by the name of Osaar the responsibility. It he has told the truth the sin lies at his Bowen here in Somerset. The Grand .Iur following the own aoor. nut oeiore uou 1 would ratunr oe a spot on a killing indicted Griffin for voluntary niansliughter. Judge tail thau to confess that I was helpless and unable to stand Bethurum was Commonwealth's Attorney a the time. After by the good people of the county, enforcing the laws both motely the indictment was returned, Judge Bethurum and I were and remotely within the confines of my jurisdiction. both anxirus to try the case. The case was continued severWhy is Jasper supporting Kennedy in this race? Because al times times on account of the absence of material vitnesses knows that if Kennedy is elected that he and Kennedy will go he for the Commonwealth, two ot whom had left the State. Fihand in hand, like the two Siatuean twins, haying two heads and four arms, and that if you undertake to detach one from the other nally the wife and father of thedeceased came toudge you subject them both to a miserable and lingering destruction. Bethurum and myself and asked that the case be dismissed If Kennedy is elected (but cf course he is not going to be) he will aud stated that they had made a thorough investigation of the be Judge of both the County and Circuit Court. case a id found that the killing was the result of an accident Jasper will be his puppet and as helpless under his influence as that of a bird and that the wife of the deceased had taken the statements of under the charming spell of the snake. And then think of Kenthe eye witnesses to the killing and had convinced an accident nedy's legal advisers. Lord have mercy on their souls! insurance compary that the Killing was accidental and that With this gang dictating and controlling the courts what chance, pray the company had paid the.accident policy which the deceastell uu, would the common people have? In trickery, in bossism ed had taken in said company. I personally know that in political corruption, it would have no equal in the history of the Judge Bethurum as commonwealth's Attorney used every world. Kennedy has been tq the Republican, party of this diseffort at his command to have this case tried and that he retrict what Catilline was to Rpme; what Brutus was to Caesar; what fused to dismiss this case under any circumstances, but after will be a calamity Judas was to Christ, the Savior of humanity. It consulting with me we both agreed that under the circumto humanity, a blemish upon tho face of justice aud honesty, a badge stances the best thing that could be done was to file the case of eternal infamy upon the fair name of this district to elect, such with leave to reinstate, which was done. I most heartily ena character to the highest and most important office at the hands dorse the action of Judge Bethurum in this case, because, in of our people. ray judgment, it would have been impossible to have secured Jama young lawyer, and have just recently located here In the a conviction under all the circumstances surrounding the good town of Somerset aud have practiced law before both Jasper case J. W. Colyar. and Judge Bethurum and I am writing this article voluntarily and Somerset, Ky., May 13, i9iv upon 'my own volition. No more can be needed. Judge Bethurum did his duty in filing s and voters, give this matter your careful con- this case and it is not now an issue in this campaign to reasonable sideration and go to your respective voting places on August 7th and and fair minded men. Tbe Herald also calls your attention again to the letter of honorable J. W. Colyar. We ask, Kennedy what charges vote accordingly. do you prefer against Mr. Colyar? The people of this county place Adv. J. H. TAYLOR. confidence in Johu Will Colyar and resent these charges against his honesty and integrity. Citizens and voters read these letters and you cannot vote for a man who would thus misrepresent not only Judge Bethurum but Hon. . P. Morrow and Hon. J W. Colyar as well. I'0illl15, fellow-citizenjiy-bir'd- 's in-law Fellow-citizen- A Letter From Clinton Sheriff Cam Mullins Makes Explanation has baen repoital In certain sections of this County that wrong doiugwoull W r sorted to by me at the coming primary olection to bring ab u he nonination of Dr. R G. Webb for Representative; and a tor has been written by a certain individual living in the eas'ra pirt of the County and is being privately used and contains tin tauinent that I had said that I would bring about the success of Dr. Webb if I had to steal his nomination. I never made such a statement to any person, and the statement contained in said letter is a lie of the whole cloth, made for the purpose of injuring me personally, and with the hopes of possibly influencing Furthermore, I will give $50.00 voters in the legislative race. if any man will make and furnish me an affidavit that he heard I expect to go to the bottom of this me make such a statement. id -- a attempted to be conveyed was that I. in my The matter. official capacity as sh iriff, would select election officers who would As Sheriff, I am a member of the County corrupt the election. Board of Election Commissioners, and have no vote in the selection of officers except in case of a tie, the other commissioners being Those Commissioners did not U.G.Baker and S. B. McKenzie. except in the selection of two officers in different precincts disagrte and the officers I voted for were VV. H. Jouesin Roundstone precinct and Fritz Krueger, Sr., in West Mt. Vernon precinct, both The other officers were selected by good aud upright men said Baker and McKenzie from lists furnished them, and recommended, as the law provides, by the Republican and Democratic County Committees. I append to, and make a part of this communication, a full list of the officers selected to hold tho August primary and 1 ask the voters to say, in your own mind, whether, in your judgment, these men are selected for the purpose of wrong-doing- , I write thi . for the purpose of or in the interest of any candidate. myself right with the voters of this ccipitv. and for the putting purpose of nailing the slander of me attenv.-- . u by designing 1 1 It - quantity. be against Judge Bethurum, as the ableand honest efficial that he is, his character as such mounts heavenward like the eag4e rises above the lightning pierced and thunder riven clouds below and bathes itself in the sunlight of its own VICTORY. Thus may the good citizenship of this district act toward him who has done so much for them when they go to the polls on August Judge Jasper is so weak Intellectually and his knowledge of 7th. Be sure to find my name the law is so limited that he does not even know the lifferenee persons. W. L. SMITH, In conclusion I wish to assure the people that will do all in between a preliminary order and a final judgement. It any on the Primary Ballot. Then Pastor Christian Church. my power to have the coming primary con ict- d man honest and doubts what I say, I refer him to the cae styled: Crow vs it will be easy to mark it Taylor" see the election legal manner, I hive enemies who would It may be he knows better but has no respect for the like this: otherwise, but the public know ill .1 1 expect both my conducted law, absolutely no regards for the rights and liberties of his fe.1 low friends and euemies to obey the law, w! A tney must do while citizens. But view it from whichever light of reasoning you perfer for I know that upou an investigation of the records that I am sheriff: For Secretary of you will be honor-boun- d to accept either one or the other of the The election officers selected are as follows: it is the former that ails the Judge then we two conclusions. If E. MT. VERNON, NO. 1. On July 8th the Herald republished the letter of Hon. E. P. D must all concur in the opinion that he is wholly unfit, unqualified ' abo.it the Griffin case, so called, in which letter Mr. Morrow Clerk R George. T. Johnson, and incompetent for the position which he now occupies at the completely vindicates Judge Bethurum from all these untrue and D . Sheriff David Poynter hands of the intelligent citizenship of this great county. But unmanly attacks appearing in the Somerset Leader. The Herald R Judge J. W. Marler with which he is. tinged absolutely ignoring the ssked Kennedy if he means to charge Mr. Morrow with "defrauding if it is the latter I D Fish Judge buncoeing the Insurance company" m effect, and Kennedy has A. J. law and is so corrupt and partial that he even laughs at reason and and For Infants and Children, been silent on this question. the plain provisions of the law and hands dck decisions rh acW. MT. VERNON NO. 2. The Kind You Have Always Bought people and voters of Sheriff R Fred Hayes cordance with his own weak, pusillanimous ideas, notions and will The Herald still asserts that the this Griffin case and this district will take believe our uext Governor about . Clerk D N. Bray, . theories, then, it is doing an injury to the wrd to call hitn Judge. Mr. Morrow's word before thev will heli-vG. Kennedv. In fact Ken- (Continued on 4th page.) very sama geutleunn that is going over the district nedy and his leaders have been silent on this matter of late and we pignature of (&fficUC&M Ttusisthe So after all has been said and done that can GANG EXPOSED 1 - State CANNOT ANSWER lie. Chas. Ljftrnett I CASTOR A e I , rmmgmmmmmmamKmtmm tif irr-fiaiik- y?J.,l. II. M Prohlan, of Ghent, Ky. R. B. Thornberty, of Lebanon, Ky. Mat S. Cohen, of Lexington, Ky. RAILROAD COMMISSIONER 2nd DIbTEICT A Howard Stamper, of Campton. Ky. Joseph O Jones, of Pineville, Ky RUPUBLICAN TICKET FOR GOVERNOR Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, ol Madisonvdlo, Ky- - " - rfn MT. VERNON SIGNAL Candidates Friday, July 30. 1915 To Be Vot ed Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Sl.'OO For at Next Saturday's Primary TICKET FOR GOVERNOR. DEMOCRATIC (Edward J. McDennott, of ouisdlle, Ky. Advertising rates viaac known on O. Stanley, A. application . -- Far S& G ) Pj'i il II JX JLjy I 34ssaS'' vWjMLy' August II ILJ r1 ur Henderson, Ky. H. M. Bosworth, of Lexington, Ivy. H V. McChesney, MEaiHKKU of Frankfort, Ky. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION For LIEUTENANT GOVE RNOR Jas. P. Edward--- , ' I 3Ffe Lntt F. McLaughl.n, Ky of Prospect, Ivy. Loving W, Gaines, of Trenton, Ky. D. Black, James of Barboursville, W. A Byron, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR David W. Gaddv. of Hodginville, Ky. George Oiborn, ol Russell, Ky. Z. T. Proctor, of Leitchfie'd. Ky Louis L. Walkei, ot usmcaster, Ky. lixi.1 FAIR i Ha I j F JljIUI 1 X 4 , , -- Si'l v v' f v , : The Stockman Areoplaner. ".. -- of Brooksville. Ky. SECRETARY OF STATU We A iv Authorized to Announce JUDGK B. J. BKTHUUUM D. E. McQuearv, as Judge As a cainlitlaU' for of Pine Knot, Ky. of the 2Sth Judicial District, subject to W. P. Wat hi, the action of the Republican party, Auof Lexington, Ky. gust primary 1915. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ; , iv.. We Are Authorized to Announce 15. C. LEWIS a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Barksdale Ilamlel, of Hopki nsville, Ky. Republican party, August primary 1915. As Chas. D. Arnett, of West Liberty, Ky. Likin-- . X, AV. Millikon, As a candidate for State Senator for the Chas. of Louisville, Ky. 17:h Senatorial District, subject to the Republican parly, August primary 191G AUDITOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTS We Are Authorised to Announce Dr. W. C. BLACK G. B. of Hartford, Ky. SECRETARY OP STATE. James P. Lewis. of Whitesburg, Ky. T. P. Cole, of Campton, Ky. J. W. Cox," of Vancebnrg, Ky AUDITOR OP PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Edward A. vVeber. of Fori Thomas, Ky. Roy WillK.il. of Louisville, Ky .las. H. Ashloclr. life! IVIT. VERNON' V$;2 1 . ' M Mm99v9HjHL fiRQUNDS frTBty J3J?LMBJBBitoiBBIHBr p "'" 'clock SharP I j 2 V"-- j ':-- i .; We Are Authorized to Announce M. L. JAR VIS as ComAs a candidate for Attorney of the 2Slh Jumonwealth Mibject to the action of dicial the Republican party, August Primary, "Dii-tiiet- . Robert L. Gree.ie, of Frank rort. Ky Thos. S. Rhea, of Russellville, Ky. H- - H. Coiyer, of Richmond, Ivy. illS,lfllriEMfewvBRSiZ?KKff' 1915. of Glondale, Ky. Jas M. Perkins, of Frankfort. Ky. of Paintsville, Ky. Claude B. Terrell, 1915 of Bedford, Ky. We Are Authorized to Aiiuounwa Sherman Good paster, T. T. NICELr.Y of Owingsville. Ky. As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County, subject to the actiou of the Republican primary, CLERK COURT OP APPEALS. August 7, 1915. Ellis E Lawrence, of Ashland Ivy. We Arj Authorized to Announce DR. R (i WEHII Alvin Steopr. As a candidate for Representative from of Owenton. Ivy. the 70th Legislative district, composed of the counties of L.iure' and RockRodman V. Keenon, j, castle, subject to the Republican of Ilarrodsburg, Ivy. August 7, 1915. IJri-niar- We Are Authorized to Announce W. T. DAVIS As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Mibject to the of Hoekeatle County, actiou of the Republican primary Aug-7- . TREASURER. Prank P. Hnger, TREASURER Robert L Moore, of Mai ion, Ivy. Jas A Wallac . of Irvine, Ky. Willi.1 in A. Hunter, of Louisvil lr, Ky CLERK COURT ot APPEALS Jas P Snillman, of llarrodshurg, Ky. Earl C. Huntsmaj, ol Scottsville, Ky. J L. Mocoy, of Owingsville, Ky. B. McGuire, TION We Are Authorized to Announce E. BULLOCK As a candidate for Representative from the 70th Legislative district, composed of the counties of Laurel and Rockcastle, subject lo the Republican Pri mary, August, 191o. We are Authorized to AHimnnee Air?. ALICI-- : DAVIS of si Candidate for Superintendentterm i ch ols to fill out the unexpired . u- -t husband, W. A. R DaN. subject to the Republican Primary, Aug. SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. V. O. Gilbert, of Bowling Green, Kv. John W Rawlings, of Danville, Ky. R. S. Eununks, of Lexington, Ky. COMMISSIONER OP of Beaty ville, Ky. SUPT. of PUBLIC INSTRUC- of Bowling Green, Ky. R. P. Greene, Commissioner ok Agriculture Labor and 7, 1915. AGrtlCULl'Utf :. LABOR AND ST TI- iCS. - Jeff Prater, Salyorsville, Ky James W. Run Kin, of Bethlehem, Ky. statistics THE BRODHEAb EAfR AUGUST 11-12-- Mr. Theodore Stockman, of Philadelphia, will give Areoplane; Flights over the Fair Grounjds and Town of Mt, Vernon, on: Thursday & Friday, August 5 and 6th. Don't let this oppor- tunity slip. You should see him as he sails in the air, high above .the Fair Grounds. Every man woman and child in the County should see this wonderful bird man? Ke also does stunt? in the air that will cause the world to stand still and wander. 13, I9I5 BUGGY GIVEN AWAY The Association will give to the holder of lucky number a handsome RubberTireRun -- About worth $85.00 holder of lucky number on the last day of the Fair. Save your tickets and be present at the drawing. You may get the Run-abou- t. Person holding the lucky number must be on the ground, else another number will be selected AM f William G. Hauua of cropper, Ky. Sam J. Patrick, REMEMBER THE DATE Martin' D. Powers, of Prestonburg, Kv. of SalyersvilJe, Ky. XX1 ABSOLUTELY FREE Each Adult Ticket will be numbered, and the coupon will entitle the holder to a chance on this elegant vehicle that will be given to the STATE SENATOR i7th District W. c. Black, ofBarbourville, Ky. E. G. Asher, of Eubanks, Ky. W.G. Howard, of Anville, Ky. A. it. Dyche, of London, Ky B. C. Lewis, ofBarbourville, Kv. REPRESENTATIVE 70th Legislative Disct. E. Bullock, ot Hansford, Ky. R. G. Webb, Livingston, Ky. Buggy on Display in Front of ROBIN'S DRUG STORE GOOD BAND OF MUSIC ments provided for each day. Special Attraction, and select amuse- 28th Judicial Disct. of Somerset, Ky. H. C. Kennedy, of Somerset, Ky COMMONWEALTH'S ATTY. 28th Judicial District M. L. Jarvis, of Somerset, Ky. B. J. Bethurum, CIKGUIT JUDGE 0 r GOOD RACES and FINE SHOW HORSES offered in every department Liberal Premiums e This Is Everybody's FAIR and We Want Everybody To Come. .BIGGER AND BETTER THAN feVER.- - ;. Walter N. Plippin, of Somerset, Ky. RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Third District H. G. Garret, of Winchester, Ky, J. C. FRITH, Pres. .- JOHN ROBINS, Sec'y - 5 aid sale will be made which are bounded a follows: on a Beginning at a credit of Six Months and tho 1. TRACT (am stump beweeu the two Commissioner will take from the CIRCUIT COURT CLERK school houses close to the mouth (purchaser, or purchasers, bond T. J. Niceley. .a ab to in,self. with approved .nVn5 ? for th.e Purchase price 0o poles, pass a hickory and gum Secu.rit-bearing: legal interest from da V. T. Davis, corner, in all O poles to a stone at the end of the division line; of sale nntil paid, and having SUPT. OF SCHOOLS thence with same N Si. W is'2 the torce and effect of a judgment. poles to a popular on top of the The above described tracts of Mrs. Al:ce Davis. ridge; the ce S G.S W S'5 poles tc jnn( are being sold for the Tr n ctMnQ of 'i flroiti tlirtnfrt of proceeds Eat 19 Poles pass two black Panose"om dividing theof same the sale ans'"g MAS 1'ER COM M ISSIONER S oaks in all SU poles to a stake on the east fork of Campers among the plaintiffs and defend-BrancSALE thence up the branch ants in this action, after having N76 E 31 polea to a whiteoak!firSt p the cost Df same out of Plaintiffs and mai)!e; thence up the branch James Hibbard, etc., proceeds tract No. 1. N76 E 31 poles to a white oakth e to ne matle ai d proceeds to VS. ADVERTISEMENT OF and maple; tlience N 7 E G4 poles to a poplar and dogwood on b divided as provided in jndg- SALE. top of the ridge; thence East with ment. Defendants the meanders of a drain 6 poles Nannie Rice, etc., G. S. Griffin, By virtue of a j dgment and to the beginning, and containing Master Comm'r, order of sale of the Rockcastle 12o"f acres. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Circuit Court, rendered at its TRACT 2. Beginning at a April term, 1915, in the above black oak and hickory, S E Corstyled action, I shall proceed to ner to the original survey; thence For offer for sale, at public auction S 82 W i34 poles to a dogwood; thence S 40 W 82 poles to a Clerk at the front door oi the Coutt Court of Appeals white oa1- - in Coruett's House, in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky thence N 3 E 11 poles toline; 4 Remember Keenon on Monday, the 16th. daj of black oaks and hickories Cor- . ... r i August, iuio it oemg tne nrsc.1 nett s corner to a 00 acre survey: when you go in to vote day of a regular term of the ' thence ? 89 W 34 poles tu three white oaks; thenco N 3A E .s9.V RnMroncM Pinif f!n,irh hptwpnn i " v,w HtHi rvM uk. .rf&A poles a stone at a drain; hence Base Ball score cards iree for the asking at Fbh's. the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and IN 68 E St pol s to a st .oe in 4 o'clock p. m., to the highest the line runnine it eist, then Several of the county schools and best bifttier, the following with tt'S n F 8 poles to the will be closed next Wednesday, riesrrthp.d nroriertv located in . 01 Tuursdav aud and cnK,-,,;nr-e Friday in order acres, that everybody may come to tbq consisting of two tracks of land TERMS: Mt, Vernon Fair, S ,f llt ! I i-- J L ! h; . Rodman Keenon M I t.- - 1 7 "jmi i :V7 v- - vU 'if--- "' MmMmmmsmmmmmmw WtT TWmmfKm? . i . ; iiiilM ' "'1 I Sfi nmriT mn MT. VERNON SIGNAL M r. Vernon, Ky July 30 19 15 79 up "No. wan to 79" wnonT7f of Mt. Vernon Fair. cnmun.i , cote with SIGNAL Sport shirt and ties for oun men, 50c and 1. at Fish's. The Winchester Fair is being held this week. Ladies admitted FREE first day See Hail & McBeth's at Mt Vernon Fair. motor-dom- e jsHsaai. i. miirri jbw .mocratic Editors SeeVidory for Claude BTerrelT W In Race for Nomination for State Trea surer lis Angiist Frinary Election jjJ,. nrrrrftrftri -- gn-, jrmwWBtUD 1.11 J. MfjIM lOUtSVILLC 5i NASHVILLE Aim Ly sS "v f Tl CO. TIME TABLE. 2'2 CJ3 uctth so-ith 24 nmtn 21 5.04 p ni 3:50 a m iT3)ain .South J as. 2:3ani .'.andrum, Agent. Ky. Pobtoflice Ph"tt? No. 8. Enteral at the :is Kromi--i.K- Mt Vcn.oii, (. mull nutlet. P K It s0NA L Im-hu!- Arthur Dnilv has typhoid fovc. Bernard Franklin is sick with fever. Mis-- - Reniice Landrum is in Una lea Springs, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chandler of Lonjon, were here Wednesday. Branaman, L & N James H wras in town Wildie, agent at Wednesday. Hugh Miller was h 're from Uklahoma the first of the week on fous'uess. Miss Risse Mr Perron has re turned from a visit to Mks Ruth Burton in Danville. Misses Lucile Pilkenton and Etta Sowder were up from Brod-fiea- d Tuesday shopping Miss Clyde Walson, of Brodhead was the gues of her sister. Mrs F. L. Durham, first f the week. yir G. B Rice, with Mr. ; Walker of Arizona, vfsiled vi-.it-j- A motordrome, the tirst ever in L Rockcastle, will be at Mt. Vernon V If there is one contest in the approaching Demorauc .State primary election about which the fe;t of Democratic newspapers of Kentucky seem to be agreed it is that the Hon. Claude B. Terrell, of Fair. Twelve thousand should and will be nominated for the olee of State Treasurer. Mr. Terrell has lumber is used in its erection. , Trimble County, At a big txpcitec me aeroplane made a runaway race of it from the day he entered the contest. His especial fitness for the office was secured by the stockholders he is seeking has appealed to the Democratic editors of every section of Kentucky, and they have of Mt. Vernon Fair to give exhihi- - done much to mold the sentiment of their communities in his favor by informing the people as to tors on Thursday and Friday 5th the character cf the man and his qualifications for public service. Herewith are quoted brief para-an- d and graphs taken fiom editorials of newspapers published in every section of Kentucky. It would require 6th of August. Gome not less lhan two "ages of a newspaper to publish in full these unsolicited words of commendation see a man flv hire a bird. of Mr. Terrell and iiis candidacy: -- I endoc the cicouuii officers. eheve them to be honest men i ne wauoway :li;M uirci Flo lias server! lacking in the sU'J. and has been rell is running on a record that seem1? j w avt ilIlU.UU wmi..B f.. 1., ;three tenns ju t,p Lr3jLltlire U'o as so n urli needed. invincible. His friends say the nomiNews: Hg heipod to nation is certain, and the honor v!U my rise m their hands. 1 have SpealvPr. a"tl is a clo:ui, sober and He will poll etia' t morp laws than jus-- t read the list and am perfectly a silondid discreet man county next ai ''her S vonstruclive has presided be most fitly and properly bestowTT. ote in tins aker who LouisviMc Journal of Labor: Citi over the lie.-.E. BULLOCK. f month. in firty sat stied. He is zens of should certainly "J1 ,,.! trnr .Hcf .,..., ov The BallTd Cotmtv Advance: ATr hv i.ir thf nlil-- sl (iipuam ms uons ana evidence tli lr Tuly 23, 1015. l Terrell is a m .11 well equipped for this ,s",l:in" ,'" .h, ..".Miip nation bv nominating this snlen- nuv ..11 HorLor for im important ollir e and will make a splenpublic good. He is Notice to teacher.-.- ! News pays u -- fry hn' compliment to meetly" ..tth the is a . r rr.t .on0c. .in. Uiill Ul.UT call did official IVou sr-- man you like bet- Claude H Tern-l- l . ae ucauvy about his candidacy grows At the earliest date ter the mors lim. in public favor it is that 'in true cor stin tlv at the office or send in and jret Paducah II1 is a Boone County Recorder: His pros substantial b.isinf - man, and is held ot study and Duly in our Lourse pect tor receiving the nomination r nil tlio llMrlinct nttncim lir ' ery good Program When people are n- - ilim aiul has mnuv fri, ilds ln this tPr. He is a Sixth District boy, if! und w .re all for him. able to buy hooks make a list of, tion ol Kci tucky who will give him Fair 0 .th Pcndletonian: His great1. needed books and sign your name uiuu uppui est stin th is l.Te he is best known, The Princeton Leader: While here which i' the strongest evidence of a to l'.st and send to this office or Mr Terrell met a large number of our man's v ,rth, and for this high office Have all people and made a very favorable imto the County Judge. he has no suprriorb pression He is well equipped from an Carrol ton Democrat: All who know children get books at once. official standpoint to fill the office of ' , 1 pewy r-.l fair-mindef- l. " ,.,""'.," 1 1 p'-eis- e News-Demosra- t: ?- 1 11 P ji I fir. Lawrence's family f.i'vel Geen, Sunday. - near Mr. and Mr. C. H. White, of with Mrs Mt. Manuel, 111., arMis White's parents Mr. uric Rome Adams until after the fair. flovd Miller will be the Floral ernon HalS Secretary at the Mt Pair, in making entries in this department go dirrct to Floral Ball and you will sav time. LOCAL Get a Sport Shirt at Fish s snd keep cool and new Shirts New Collar most every day at Fish's. Pay your election bets with a Daily Leader: He is a Conn Brown, Co Atly., Aransas staunch Democrat, is familiar with the State Pass, Ban Pitiicio county, Texas, public affairs of theposition by irtue of his commanding the past recontly put ovtr a $75,000 rojd few years in the legislature and is bond issue for district road No. 3 well fitted in every way to make the people of Kentucky a faithful Stato He was in San Treasurer and guardian of the limdd of his county. Antonio one day last wce' and of the commonwealth. Clinton Cazette: Jilr. Terrell has closed the sate ior the bonds. made a reputation as a man who is to Most Rockcastle natives road en- be depended upon o do exactly wh.it ho promises to do. thusiasts usuallv hang on t Arlington Courier: A liettnr n ai wuat cannot be found for this placo ,! proportion until they public spititcd, and a liir-nthey go out attor. to the working man. Mayfield Messenger: He fi great The week beginning August 2, friend to education and a is constant M-- . will be a record breaker for "ghter for good ro.tdn With him as otate Treasurer the people can be Swain's show opens sured that the affairs of that ofiicf will Vonnon. Mondav tor a weeks entertainment J be conducted honestly and according law. along with iU tiiRitjMcal perf6rm-ance- s to Bowling Green Mr. under the bi tent and Terrell will add strength to the ticket Diavolo the Ski hi diver, splendid pelected next month, and it is grati rying to know that his nomination is Fulton J. ft. Irvine. Supt. State Treasurer. i W K.V g M yj-- J'v rV.mr. ) .iiiij' ' iSiiiiw" lour years Grant County News: There is no blot on his- escutcheon as a lawmaker and a faithful servant of the people, and he now comes with clean hands seeking a state office. We have no doubt h will reflect credit. Uniontown Telegram: Hosldes his ability which qualifies him to pflicipnt-lconduct the duties of Treasurer, he i? a native Union coi ntian, which makes a strong appeal to us. cMiiinsr - him see m to ho for him. Trimble ( otintv . fated to have a represeia-tiv- e r.mong our stato officials the ft say you cant Keep Kool others say go to the lakes We say you en i Keep Kool if you wear one of our people oome y gl 1 self-mad- e, d ius-- 1 CLAUDE B. TERRELL bras and string bands Then the Fair ojVns Wednesday with its numeimis a ltd. vaijnd Jrce attraction!; including the aeroplane night high iibovo the grounds and over the hMyti and surrounding country, cu Thursday and Friday. V Stetson Hat at Fish's All Mt. Vernon property owners are requested to cut the weeds abutting" their premises before the Fair. Craig Mink of the Pongo section, was in town yesterday and they are all coming from that, to the Mt. Vernon Fair. Triplets, boys, were born to the wife of Joe Bowling Brush Creek Wednesday They have been sec-lion named James, Dewey and Louis All doing well. Did you ever see a man fiy? Be at the Mt. Mt. Vernon Fair next Thursday and Friday August 5th atid Oth ana you will see one fly in an aeroplane (or Hying machine. ft Sheriff Mullins has already selected a good number ot leveld headed men to act as deputies sit In compliment to Miss Rose a delightful informal recept the Mt. Vernon Fair with special ion was enjoyed Monday envenig ins ructions to go after the and drunks should there be at the home of Mrs. W. f. Sparks any on the grounds. Victrola music added greatly to the enjoyment of the evening. Prof. Smiths strawberry field Delicious refreshments were served. at Conway paid a good dividend The guests included Misses this year and gave employment Rose McCord, Mario Brock, oi to a large number of people; someLondon, Mattie Pennington, Mr times as many as 75 and 80 pick- and Mrs. A. B Furnish, Mr. and ers were engaged daily. Maiden Mrs. E. R. Gentry, Mesdames Ridge Nursery, which the profesMattie Mullins, J. W. Brown, L. sor established at'Conw'ay a few W. Bethurum, Cleo W. Brown, C. years since has proved a successD Sutton, Ab Sparks, Fannie ful and profitable undertaking. Adams, E. S. Albright, and Mrs. Gene Brown of the Ottawa sec- Woodson May of Somerset. tion tells us that he sewed onehalf bushel oats on about one half acre LIVINGSTON. of groun d,this spring and that he has just threshed 14 bushels from Well as time passes and the 7th this spot which grew from the of August draws nigh, the camhalf bushel He expects to have paign waxes warmer and it is a peck of this crop entered atj Mt. hard to guess the outcome. But Vernon Fair. there in one thing we do know William Maret Falin, with his that some one is going to get beat. John Mullins was in London father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Uncle L. G. Falin, is visiting his grand- Tuesday on b usiness. Wra. Falin at Cove, and James Mahafiey 'who has bee'n on father, will take in the Mt. Vernon Fair the sick list for the past year is before returning to Lcuisville, very feeble. Mrs. Will Brown of where his lather has a responsible Parksville, is with her daughter train dispatchers position with the Mrs. C. A. Blanford. A few davs L. & N. at loth and Broadway. ago our marshal, W. N. Riggs ar Little Maret will not be allowed a rested a hobo here and he being ot a fighting disposition and hav Vote until the year lo36. Mc-Corboot-legget- s -- 0. N. Buckner, who was A. H. Harmln's miller here before the roller milt by'" d, owns a halt interest in the Buckner Dairy Farm at Black Mountains, N. C ftt the foot of Mt. Mitchell, the hjgbst jii.'t (more than 6000 Cash feet) ea- - of Rockies. wjti his father, bought fhjsfarm and dairy somo live years since for lj$oo, biggest part on time Today it is all paid for and could not be bought for $ I $000. The W. I Swdin Show will be the fpature attraction at night during fair week at Mt. Vernen. The company will arrive Sunday and open od Monday night presenting The Belle of The Mountain Trail a sensational comedy drama. Mr. Auslet, who has been bore the past week in the Interest of the Swain show infrms us that Mr. Swain will be here during the entire week coming in his own private car In- veuess. The show is meeting with success at Berua this week. te Kentucky Standard: He has been closelj asociated with the educational interest of the state for many years, and popular education has no stronger advocate. a certainty. Hartford Herald: He is splendidly Bowling Green News: The press of qualified, as his service in office has the state is loud in its praise ot him brought him close to the interests of as a Democrat, a gentleman the people and an honorable incorruptible man Flsttll Tribune: He is a conscrva- pf fine business and executive abilitv tive business man in whom the peo- nnd one who never has and never will pie can trust with implicit faith and betray a trust either ju private or luc lovalty and work for Demociatic public life. success entitles him to recognition Todd County Progress: Mr. Terrell by tlu pai ty. enjoys a wide acquaintance in the Danville Messenger: Mr. Terrell ptnte, made a splendid Speaker of the has gained much strength over the ffonse, and is a man of winning per- stale, especially during the past two sonality. weeks., and his nomination seems Smith's Grove Times: The county assured, papers over the state are t,jvlng TerH'jriry County Local; His career rell their support, and it is likely that has been prominent and noteworthy he will cany the stale by a larger of the sterling character of this splenmajority than most candidates. did voting man. It behooves the DemlQverpcrt News: Ho is a man who ocrats to remember him on election has ninde good in all his public trusts" day. He is a limn vi'U equipped for the Oventon It should office he is asking. be a pleasure to Owen County DemoSpringfield Sun: The manner in crats to cast their votes for him. Ho which he conducted the affairs of his will nuke a s;tf. and efficient Treasreat trust as Speaker won for him urer t nmny strong friends over the state, Woodford Blue Grass Clipper: None .who afe hoh' endeavoring to endorse of the candidates are receiving more his valuable service. f.fiorable mention From every quarNew Haven Echo: He is uf tjie ter come reports or the great faor j.'uuslpr set of business men and pos- in winch hjs candidacj is held. sesses the pusjj that has always been Louisville Evening Post: Mr. Tei- Times-Journal: high-clas- s strength to win in November, and riaude B. Terrell will add much along 'hat line Webster County voters can well afford to support him. Pembroke Journal: Terrell looks like a winner. He has the support of the leading newspapers or the state. In all offic'al positions he has servea hi constituents faithfully. Big Sandy News: In Eastern Kentucky Mr. Terrell is very strong. No citizen who wants clean men in important offices win make any mistake in voting for him. Hazel Green Herald: No Democrat can possibly make a mistake in voting for Terrell, for he lus been tried in many positions of honor and trust and never jot has he been found wantAdvance: He rtoos not permit politics to make of him a selfish or biaed man Ho i able to take care of the Treasurer's office, and he will carry this county. Ewmg Enquirer: He is widely known as a man of ability, as n pro. moter or the good roads movement and all educational matters. He l worthy of the support of any man who wants to place the right man In the right place. Russell Times: Democrats want men nominated that will bring strength to the ticket in the general election. They will make no mistake in nominating Terrell for- Treasurer. Whitesburg Mountain Eagle: An State Treasurer he will be "at home," - PALM BE ACH Su S I Our business is to keep you kool and we can do it, Our kool line consists of X3ts ing. Robertson Sport Shirts Low Cut Shoes Palm Beach Hats Phoenix Silk Sox We are showing everything you want to keep you cool and we If vou want to show YOU can't come, 'phone and we will send by nail Make our store -- m Beech Suits News-Heral- Black Mohair Coats and besides doing much good for hist constituents he will be in part repaid for the excellent work he las already done for Kentucky. Fike County News: A most excellent gentleman and fully qualified for the office he seeks. Vote For Claude IL Terrell For State Treasurer ing been drinking lreuly of White Jjghtnifg, was a very good mach for Jgc!-- ; Johnson, but a fmv stroke of the mai&hal'h ejr.b brought, him to submission and he was landed in the little red house Later he was tried, rined and now is working his line out on the .street. Now our advice is when any one comes to Livingston he better leave his fighting clothes at home for the officers aro running this towu.-M- r. and Mrs J. D. Catlin of Lebanon, have returned home after a few days visit with their son, I. W. Catlin, of this place' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Clark of Knoxville, are visiting their son and daughter, Mr. J N. Clark and Mrs J P. E Drummonds- -S C. Franklin of Mt. Vernon, L AN. watch Inspector, was here Tues- day and snid lii mB .,. Ka..u iuu, uLuuiii. had tvDhoid fever. -- Mrs. P.W "R1V0". Rockcastle Republicans About the first of last February Mr. Nicely and I announced When I learned that he was as candidates for Circuit Cleric. gomirto run I weut to see him, and at his office door in the hill of the Court llouso'he gave me his hand and word as a gentleman and friend that we would act fairly and squarely with each other and make this race on our merits and not on false statements. have gone over the county speaking of him as a gentleman nd friend, as we both agreed to do. But on last Frida3T in an extra edition of the Signal, he makes an attack on me with false stale rnents intended to deceive and poison the mrhds of the Republicans and turn them against nie, that however he can't do My follow Republicans, I deeply regret that 1 am forced to defend myself bv correcting the statement of mv oppondft as follows: rMrst he SflA't; flm h'iA in nrlrlitinn mliun T c:iu lir line liorl i'A ndv of office. Lets see. He served three years as Deputy Sheriff I I .a- - quarters during MT: VERNON FAIR "We Stand By What You Buy." .- - tl STp s5? v , tz -- "i mea-s- , - w5fe t ssxtsaam jt rrzir j I r 2fDj;JoC!Vg A ?.. .s - THE HOME OF COOD CLOTHES Aro you not now Public adminis-trato- r Court Clerk at the sam time? Have you not received of money for that? and drawing Are the Master Commissioner's office for the pist four years? you not holding 3 officer of trust in the county at the present time? Republicans, I will .111C yon to search the records aud see if the above is not true, and will ask you to search and see il my opponent So believing that you has made one statement that 1$ not fale. give in 1 nice majority on will stand for the right in this matter and Your frie August 7lh. I am as ever. w Adv. 13011a, uuor a iiu.11 T iuw utivs vibib at mat piace witn rntnt-nnd hot? ua .umucu (. .. ra r. 1 relatives. Mrs. W. H. Cottongim who has been very sick for a Jew days is some better. R. G. Moore of the Trace Branch section, was in town Tuesday. -- Hobert Griffin is at Mt. Vernon this week, work- them both. He calls them my immediate family. Aly immediate family is a wile and seven children. ing on the farm.-M- rs. Nice-leI wish to state here that H. F. Tom Noe say? he's ''a leetle ' The Wildie r ' Snider Baseball - ' i,,ts on the Coffey and little daughter, Nancie, I have been voting 22 years and never tailed to vote lor a primary afeard" that the flight of th aero- - Teams i -t nominee in my life. are visiting relatives in Beroa- idie Sunday after- plane at the Fair being so near field nMr Niceley, I am gritved to know that you would resort to such Miss Sadie Catlin of Lebanon, is noon, r It. in a victory of J 3 his residence may frighten his a l0vv act aS it3JeclinS my loved ones who are gone, into our race, if ' 1' ! visiting her brother, I. W. Catlin, ' They play dd to an chickens to such an extent trat to 0 for this week.-M- rs. l' J0U wil1 tel1 an Uutrutn tel1 Jt on me ancl let tlle deatl ret. audienc n 100 or more fans o E. L Cockre may quit laying and his cows He then asks' you to turn the search light of truth on my they and son, Brown, visited relatives dry. If thev do he proposes "eluding Tom Frenrh, who kept. RePublican- J will gladly submit to tluft, and ask at Stanford the score, Jim Coffey, Tommy recourse to the law. yU l tUrU1th?IfaT s0arch " on the official record of m' P- - to have and Genevia Griffin are visiting Green Reynolds, Tom Btanaman oiient, my opponent a few questions. relatives at Mt. Vernon for a few and several other oWer boys who ,,.! The Local freight which will fiB-- i, Mr. NTippIpv h;h ,,., ,:n f f i. days -- Mr. Lon Chewniag of Lon - office of Sheriff? How about that 700 dollars you collected on , cirry a coach between Mt. Ver-- j seemed to enjoy the game as vvea nesday uoii was nere during ihe much as anv of the voungsters. ,de.inquent taxes and did not turn in? on and Livingston How about the Thompsou and Mrs, Lon Argenbn'ght of case you marked off the docket without the authority of any oneitheMt Vernon fair will stay at The Mt. Vernon Pair is the Knoxville havereturned home.after thinking it would make you votes? Did yon not'receive one fourth Mt. Vernon until 5 o'clock p m. place to meet the fair daughters of a few days visit withrelatives here.' of the emoluments of the Sheriffs office last year and was Circuit each day of the fair. Rockcastle and adjoining county I , , n, .wu r limW Mr nf . '. ,., ,,.. g,,e,,u' .ue,nR , . . ,ny . . , . nc ir ,fe" 'cluu uie reopio, alter deceiving them ...t. f ti wirouga lai se statements, and two years as Circuit Clerk, making .an 1 add? Then he savs mv immediate familv has held office for the past 30 years My tather, S. C. Davis, who voted the Republican ticket for 49 years, held the office of County Supt. of Schools for 3 y errs. .My uncle. W. A. B Davis, who voted the Republican ticket for 43 years, held one three year term us ouperimenuenr, two terms as ueoresentative and one year and four months as Superintendent, second term, until his death, making 6 years ?nd 4 months, a total of 9 years and 4 months for "" y ', '. -- T" ,- y J in-g- Sur.day.-MissessTalett!ya- ltV I Mr. J III... I !! !!? .... III! ! .A.aAMfc - ?. .II; a 6 9 9 ! ;; I BAKER' S .... oi t!?at9..rta. .. ttttiitigniittagiiiit ......., . . .. .. . . .. I ......... MT. VERNON KENTUCKY A :i Gr7?e&,mb&&b We Beg 1 To Advise That We Have Bought & S3bmMm Election Commissioners are required to select ih election officers from the list provided from the respective county committees. My understanding ol the law is that they can not go outside ot The (driers' hsivo been the list recommended tose'ect officers. furnished, I never recomselected I presume, acd from the mended a single person. I was satisfied that the sheriff, Cam Mullins, and the commissioner?, U G. IJ.iker and S. B. McKenzie, as hone-i- t men- - as I know them to be- - would select honest and and 0 upright men to hold the election. They have selected them, the people know them, and I leave it to the people to juclg'.; as to whether the men selected could be inlluenced bj me in any way, and whether they will hold an honest election- - I believe they will. I will ask that the man, or set of men, who claim they heard nt, reply to This article, and swea-t- o the me make such a .stair statement, and I wil giv the imi'i who will make an affidavit that I made such a statenn t t ie .um of $50 00. I kn jv this is a broad proposition, but the light will stand; there is no man going to per jur himself to bosttr uo a lost cause. I call the public's .iteration espi.tliv t fie afli livit toll w g this article to the effect that the report referred to 111 this article i T. J. NICELEY. untrue. ht Children Cry for Fletcher's I -- The Hind. You Have Always Xonght, and which has heen ill use for over CO years, has borne the signature of --J? ai.tl has heen made under his per-sonal supervision since its infancy. 7 siify-?-. Allow r.o one to deceive 3011 in this. " are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle ivitli and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Hxperiment. ayy'UcU Just-as-go- od . GASTORIA What ss substitute for Castor a harmless Ciistoria .is - At a Discount Much Below Cost, A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting 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 Mer- chandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling Event in Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity f of Men's and FOR CASH , v Aflidavit County of Rockcastle. ' The affiant, T. .1. sicelev, savs that lie h?is b en that certain parties are runi.iug over thi-- . county telluij; that the alliant has made the st'i;e nent that h expected to carr this county in his race for the lipuh!i."aii nomination for Circuit Court Clerk if he had to steal the oun'v; and al.o carry .sane for Judge B. .1. Bethurum who is a candidate Tor the Republican nomination for Circuit Jude. Affiant further states that he never, at any time and tha th person or prisons who are a statement, made such circulating such a report are telling something that they know ti 1. J. NICELEY. be untrue. Subscribed and sworn to before me by T. J. Nicole K. it GENTRY. this the 27th. day of Julv, 10i." Notaiy Public, Rrckcastle Co, Ky. Adv, State of Kentucky, goric, lrops and Soothing Syrups. It is. pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- iior other Narcotic sulintauce. It.s age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and ahajs PivcrNlmess. For more than thirty years it has been iu constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Dianhoca. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Oil, Pare- GENUINE CASTOR I A ) ALWAYS Bears the Signature of the History of the Trade. OUR STORE The Kind You lave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years ". OtfMMM ISl THE CENTAUR COMAWV NCWVOWK CITV. HENRY 1rl. BOSWORTH litw -, yzyxrzEsU ft m M WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD GT Pure Lard, in 501b cans, Pure Lard, in small lots, Sugar, in 25 lb. bags, Hi m AT A SACRIFICE M 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-haPriee, SHOES and SLIPPERS at U s than Cost to make up Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less up-to-d- ate lf per lb 10c M per lb. Jc $ .75 Sugar, in small lots, per lb. 7 4c Q Meal, 45c. or 2 bags for 85c M jriour.t ... ,. oersacic u d. 7U ana jj.-uj. Ship Stuff, per 100 lb. $1.00 Lenox Soap, 3 bars for 10c Cleaneasy, 3 for 10c Matches, 3 boxes for 10c -- u of all kinds, Whips, Saddles, Haines, bridles, 13its and Spurs Buckets, Tubs, Churns A: Fruit .Jars at .50c & 70c doz. M I carry HARNESS Our Motto: "SELL IT FOR LESS ill e ae&x&ac&D 2te.:c$ '&c8eac$w:E:::: tt 1 H Come and Trade with R. S. JETT Farmers Excha.no-- e c 0 0 MT. VERNON KENTUCKY -- 0 o - 9 fly ACER'S R D .. a iijjiSij..is;: (aaaaSSSaSSSSS2!222 0ooaoeeo9ooos35:tts222 SHERIFF MULUN'S STATEMENT. (Continued from page 1,) R. L. Langford, ::t 111 i.AHZ ::: :.:: I .SS2aiLA 'r m $tti&hjsSaj5JBmGGVtt$f&iC ivtsswfli5s?ivaaw3HaEf wrs.tsr.v.vir W93&zr " v4vvtjiafrxxj4Cj)oft5'AjL-jixyn-5:-ri- &ifTafcs.3KrZ. ' v?xaAX.c::i eMf.si KHSy xro&5x KS9 ixxs" mimn the han fas victory in m l,lH ! JET ThE MAN WHO VAHTS THE FARMERS TRADE ! Sure To Win In His Present Position As Auditor He Has Increased the Revenue of the State In Round Numbers $2,500,000 Temperance Vote In Country Districts and Mountains Will More Than Make Up For Liquor Men Who May Bolt Elections of Last Few Years Prove Thi3 Tne liquor candidates and tfte liquor organs in their desporate efforts to stem the rapidly increasing strength of Mr. McChesney, and to prevent, if rest of the Democrat!;: ticl t. Evei in Louisville. w4.h,-he car. .eil by a larjce majority, he ran ne; ly 2,500 votes behind the majority of Democratic nominee for Congrcas; in Kenton countj i city of Coington) he re ceived 1.SS9 votes less than the vote for the Democratic nominee for Congress; in Campbell coumy (city of Newport) he received 1,63:! less; in Fayette county (city of Lexington) which he should have carried by 1.200, he carried by only 1&7; and so" it was in every city where there was a liquor h EDWARDS FIGHTING POLITICAL MACHINES Lines Up With Stanley Against Haly Machine at Frankfort arfO the Louisville Machine to Redeem the Democracy of Kentucky From Their Clutchea. Judge Tudge posbible, what seems to be his probable nomination as the Democratic CONWAY NO. 3. WAINUT GROVE NO 8. candidate for Governor in the August primary, have bean industriously cirR J. H. Lam her t, Clerk John DeEoard R Sheriff culating the report that if he is nomiR Milt Deaton, JudKe R Judge James P. Edwards, of Louisville, J. C. Wood, nated he can not be elected In NoD Judge J. J. Baker candidate for the" Democratic nomina- Ed Sexton, D They base this statement vember. Judge tion for Lieutenant Governor, is en- W. upon the idea that the whiskey and D She. iff Willis Bussel H.Jones D Clerk gaged with A. O. Stanley in a fight beer Democrats would not vote for against two political machines, one in AND THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY WILL GIVE him, or for any other dry Democrat, vote. Even in Henderson county, Mr. SCAFEOLD CANE, No 4. BROWNS NO the State and one in the city of Louif lie is nominated. In other words, Stanley's home, Governor Beckham R isville, both of which have only one Henry Abney Sluriff EI C. Kirby R FAYETTE COUNTY MAN AN OVERClerk they admit that, although the liquor ran about 200 or 250 votes behind the object In view, the defeat of Stanley James Linville Democrats will take a very active part ticket, even though Stanley made a R Clerk Green Noe, R Judge for the nomination for Governor and WHELMING MAJORITY in the primary against McChesney. speech there before the election, osM. F. Craig D Judge D that of Judge Edwards far the nomi- John Cope Sheriff they will not hesitate, if he is nonii-- tensibly for the ticket, but it happen- nation for Lieutenant Governor. In J. C. Bullin nated, to bolt his nomination and vote Cil tIlilt in the fhe or sir places where D D. R. Gentry Clerk D Judge osrtain sections of the State the Haly for the Republican ticket. There is he did speak in that campaign,- Beckorganization is supporting one candiCROOKED CREEK NO 5 BRODHEAD NO iO Henry M. Bosworth Who By His Courageous Fight For the Interests some truth in that threat, for that is ham, the nominee, lost votes, for Standate for Governor and in the city of just what they have been doing for ley's speeches were not Intended to R Cleric I. R. Storms of the People of the State, as Auditor of the State, Has Made R many years. Most of them do not help him. N Louisville another candidate is receiv- Gaither Philbeck Uhstanding all of this Sheriff ing the support In order to overthrow Beeler Mullms seem to be bound, by any sense of hon- defection and bolting, Governor BeckHimself the People's Candidate for the Democratic R H. E.. Christie Judge R Judge tbe Haly dynasty at Frankfort and reor or obligation, to support the nomi ham won over his Republican op Nomination for Governor and is Bound to D Sheriif Rev. A.J. Pike D deem the Democracy of the State 'Mr. Tom Daughtery nee after they have taken part in the ponent. Governor unison, by 32,000 Clerk Stanley has asked hi friends through- Eugene Childress " primary. Admitting to be true their . majority, the largtst majority given Receive an Overwhelming Majority D .Judge Ora Frith. D Judge purpose to bolt if Mr. McChesney is to any Demccratic candidate In 25 or out the State who are supporting him August Primary. in the ORLANDO, NO. 6 for Governor to make the same fight jears. so tne tnreat of Mr. Stanley nominated, ana that Is what this talk POWERS NO. amounts to when they say he could nnu his whisky and beer supporters la behalf of Judge Edwards for the Henry L. Smith, R Sheriff VV. A. Mullins R not be elected, let us see whether or proved to be futile and empty. nomination for Lieutenant Governor. Clerk In the race for Lieutenant Gsvernor Willis Johnson It is the same old trick they are Wesley Mink R Judge practical not it is to be feared. R Judge FIRST: He has increased the practical farmer ; he is a four years ago Judg'i Edwards carried The people George Reams is in position to very well thatofInKentucky remember trying to work again on the Democrats D Sam Rose Judge D the Fifth Congressional district, which Judge revenue of the state in round business man; he. the Senatorial pri- this year. But It will fool only the sumary last is made up of tne oity of Louisville Ed Owens of talk D F. P. Robinson, Clerk D Sheriff numbers, in the last three years, give to this state intelligent ad- and threatsyear, the same kind Govern- tmthinking o- - the Ignorant. Mr. were used against and Jefferson county, over E. J. MIL- pervision and a business-lik- e is : do bted y the strongest TWO AND ONE-HAL- F LIVINGSTON NO. 7 by more than 5,000 votes, and or Beckham. Mr. Stanley, the liquor candidate the Democrats can nomiPINE FILL NO. i2 more than ministration. LION DOLLARS it is claimed that with Judge Edwards then, as Gover or. He will be elected R B C. Mink THIRD: Henry M. Bosworth candidate for the Senate Governor he is nate for doubt; he may lose many very Sheriff enough to pay the state out of Clerk on the ticket with Mr. Stanley this Geo. W. Murphy, R the liquor candidate for now, beyond conright he is stands used yearthe latter will be given a plural- - "J. W. Mullins the v,et Democrats R the Judge Albert Griffin R Judge debt, fie is the only Auditor trolled for the Breweries,not the same the same argument; so did this just as Beckham indid liquor centers, liquor newspapers. What uy over ma opponents in mat. district, by by last year, but he T who has had the courage of his D L" irane Sheriff W. M. McHar ;ue D argument amounted Clerk For the purpose of letting his friends! In effect more than make it convictions ; who has had the Whiskey Trust, by the Railroads, that, if Beckham wasto nominated, was will districts and in the up in the counover the State know his position so Joan W. Mullins D the try Judge mountains. He John Fain D Judge nerve to defend the state against or other corporations. He stands whiskey and beer Democrats would is receiving the far as the nomination for Lieutenant assurances of is fightinj- - for a prin- bolt him, while if. Stanley should be sands of temperance Republicans thouYours verv truly, Governor is concerned, Mr. Stanley, the corporations, and in the face alone. He and CAM MULLINS She.uff, he get of in an interview with the Henderson Rockcastle Couuly. Adv. of all opposition he raised the ciple, and will go do 1 in defeat- nominated aiso wouldvotes all the those Independents that they will support votes and published in his home town, the of Gleaner, If he is nominated over Morassessments of the corporations rather than sacrifice that princi- perance Democrats, who would betern t him. who Is well known as a Mr. man too row, said: "On the State ticket I want to wet more than from $48,000,000 to honorable and too good Democrats, to see the men who are working hard for is no use Mr. Stanley to FOURTH: Henry M. Bos- belt the party nominee after they had tnat, becausefortne Republicans argue This remy success nominated and elected $132,000,000 annually. will part in the primary. The result nominate a wet candidate for Gover- taken with me. James P. Edwards, candi quired a courageous fight because worth has always stood for Dem- of that primary should be fresh in the nor on a wet platform, the Democrats date lor lieutenant uovernor, wilt principles, and he will ilortain individuals who are opposing me in lay a rule do of Kentucky Democrats. With should do the same thing, and get Into carry the city of Louisville for me and myjace (or the corporations as their array notlaw- ocratic for them at this critical memory power stand of all the and wealth of the dis- a race with the Republican ticket to I want my friends in other sections of Kepuuucann nomination for Circuit Court Clerk and are also or- - down, but with ' tilleries, the breweries, and the saloons see which can bid the highest for the to the bitter end ; time for the party. the State to do as much for him as he BethUlum in his race for the Republican nomination yers- they fight Sl"J To those who believe in this back of him, Stanley was defeated by whiskey and heer votes of the state. 1. doing for me in Louisville." hence the record of Henry M. Commenting on the combination of ior Circuit Judge, are making the Statement that I bad said that kind of an administration, who a substantial majority. Beckham was The people of Kentucky are not going I Bosworth will go down in history majority of to elect as Stanley and Edwards the Gleaner said: the tn the nomination lor myself and carry the county as the greatest record ever made believe in this kind of a man, nominated and a large bolt him in the liquor trust Governor of Mr. state at liquor Democrats did Cue Stanley-migh"Judge Edwards is one of the most xPctea man, and Henry M. Bosworth appeals for November election. It is n of the state. tor Judge Bethuruin, if 1 had to steal the election. The by any Auditor as well stand aside. The people-l-oprominent men In Louisville, and the man or enly to look at the returns from that their chanc to beat the wot class of men he is gathering around set of men' wfliniiro making this SECOND: Henry M. Bos- support in the August primary. statement are telling something worth is a practical man; he is a Somerset Journal. el'ction to demonstrate it. Republican candidate is with Mr. Mccarry every vote' not con- him will In all of the cities and liquor cerfprs Chesney as the Democratic candld-t- a. trolled by a police club or a ward heel- - tbev know to be untrue, and they know they are tellin" an un- Beckham tan considerably behind the 'Ie v. .'.1 be nominated and elected. er. I would not be surprised to see truth whpn Hipv make Such a I "ever thought of such . Stanley get a substantial majority in . It is not necessary for rae, or Bethurum either to think the city since Judge Edwards is on a thing. Adv. lot" stealine.becau.se th -hla ticket" u: . uj uuio viounty are .practlc- -ally unanimous in support .vruUullo us, and why is FOR FLETCHER'S S.H3HniT14 Hfl4 of both of it necessary FOR FLETCHER'S reifFCETOHErrs uu matvc any suca stacemeat even though we had FOR FLETCHER'S it? ! Fritz Krueger :e n ! ey Mc-Derm- Affidavit of T. J. Niceley. it JuSe u-i-n ce-sa- ry tht sement. 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