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VERNON KENTUCKY . o 09 'SO e'e o i4 (! t ft ffltmj rrtf ITlcTffflt k3 xjL jLj JLj Men's & Boys Suits YOU CAM SAVE HHOiLJAi) Misses Lucih Pfkenton and Ella Sow dor vote ni Mt. Vernon Inst wejL'k slmni in . R S. Snivel and Joins Robins attended the llrea iair two dnr.s 'wst week li ron li;is a splenc td fair, jind the: Brodhond f.iir b ostnrs d'd foiuo 4 " .' sag TflM We ideg Advise some fancy advertising for Ll.e Have Bougfht homo fair. Mr. .nd Mis. Walter iRobiis visited his sister, Mrs. W P. Rigshy, near Lancaster last . w.-ekMr. and Mis W.-l- l And- a. t. erson were guests .f his paroi.ts in Preacher die section last week. Sime two or three extra gangs are here making ready lor the new Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of and depot building. Several car loads Boy's Suits, 'of materia' have already arrived, and Children s we are great sacrifices in order to and things are looking good for Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', 3es d pot facilities th.d old B redhead move stock quickly. and Childrens House Dresses, &c &c. will be duly proud of. It is srdd . ate completed that when the plan Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merthat we will have the best depot values $ between Stanford and Covbin. chandise Of it being our intention to make Frank Kobins sold ten 230 hogs 18.00 values to John Rigsby -l-t-t week for this by far the I 1. 50 16.50 values .seven cents. John A Brown of i1 Level Green sectim left last Sat Prices will be values, PI aids 10.00 nrday for Iowa. Prof J. L Pilk 12-5will make nev named Records, and no Live values 0 enton lendered valuable service Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. 1 to the fair secretary this week 0.00 values Fie mailed each tcicner that atBoy's Suits from $ 1 to tended the Institute a. complimentary to the Brodhead fair, and .ff i'TTVBI TRtfitm assisted in many other ways. Bud CundiiT. County Court Clerk of Casey county, motored from Liberty last Sunday, a;d spent ' l tke.day with Mr...-Mvs. J, H A Pike. Plis daughter Miss Ger y trnde, Mrs. Cora Boll and the 'gcnattatGaaissCTEHSsiEasg Misses Cable accompanied him would take this entire paper, were we to name each . The Mi'-eCable had been item we have to offer you, so we content ourTHE ALPllAHET FAMILY IN guests of the Liberty folks for the past two weeks. Ed Owens, who selves by saying, POLICE COURT. has a good position in Ohio, is A Stijangk Cask. with hisprrents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fail to see Big (Stock of Clothing new M, Owens for a two weeks isit. and up-to-d- ate at nearly One-ha- lf Priee. Miss Gertrude Roberts was Sometime ago unknown parties phiyedlhe "dumb bell" trick quite ill during the week, but Dr. Cost and citizen ot this place, Gravel v reports her much improvForcing Large Corpor on a quietOld Played Important Part living on Main street, fright ed. Miss Eila Carson was here to make up. of Taxes niughim into fits and causing los.s irom Alt. Vernon from Saturday ations to Pay Their Just Proportion for less. Carpets and Druggets and of sleep He was greatly rattled until Monday, Mr and Mrs. J. Way for over the outrage ud has been Thos. Cherry were here from Crab and is Best Qualified In 1 ying low and playing sleuth ever Urcharu Jr.st bunday, the guests l tt Auditorship r-l since to locate the butchers of his of Mr. end Mrs Smith and Granw repose. Upon his information the ville Owens and family. John Tharp and sons, Ted and Frank, g;jj:jv33cr&3oc It Is natural and proper that the to about two million dollars for the whole Alphabet household, 0 Kentucky should take a same period. Should the courts upDemocrats of m of Colgate. Oklahoma, are here 0Dt a deep Interest in the selection of their hold the action of the board in regard twenty in all. was hauled into o SOlt candidate for Governor en August 7, to the four railroad companies, it police court and the ca'se tried for a few weeks, the guests ot his 8es 9 but they should not allow that race would add about one million dollars before Judge Griffin, mother and sister, Mrs Bettie ca one day In: oea 09 to overshadow all others and cause more to the state, and about two milTharp and Mrs, Win. Francisco. them to neglect or oveilook other im- lion dollars more to the counties, week. 'And"(&), meol thede The writer had the pleasure ot at portant races. Especially should they cities, towns and school districts in the feudauts, attempted to prove an ( give their attention to the Auditor's same four yeais. attending the first day of the Mt. alibi claiming that he was not . No man has had mere to do with race, for that position ranks in imMas .aaa . Vernon fair. The fair was tii.e o .eaoafv&e9Caia4'91 this great work than Tom Rhea, and one ot the lamily, but the Judge portance next to that of Governor. oc.oooot)Zoe-ooooooti 000 oa 000000 ooooooo &coaoooo 00 oo. ( and every BI'986tBO"9v3'Babewu'JGw'l'',UeWVSWUVUwa4vuawwlavcigef 9VW The Auditor is the head of the fiscal no man now seeking a nomination for ruled that he waa "go between" tho attendance good affairs of the state and tho hrad of a state office is better prepared than and was put on trial along with thing was there to make one of the the important Board of Franchise As- - he to render useful and valuable serv- best fairs in this section. Sorry sessments which fixes the franchiso i ice to the state and to the people in the balance of the gang. The !fl Y indeed thai circumstances were valuations upon which all corporations ihe next four years. No other man testimony given by Sam' and his IttDS BM-r- j WAR 8 H && doing business in the state nun pay becking this oTice has ever had the witnesses, such that wo could not attend indicates that eight of taxes. The work of that board is of s'.ig'.Ue&t experience with its duties. -- Dr. W. P. Carter P fSPS3 rBfePS HC9B S3 beginning the accused parlies are always in everyday. importance to the people, Some of his enemies, at the IFPIJA F! IT IN was im Louisville the first of the and above all others, the Auditor, who of this campaign, undertook to crit- "mischief"; seven are never out week shopping. C. C. pretides as chairman of the board, icise him and his record as an official, Howell equipped and but they had. to quickly abandon such o trouble" thare are bid, only wa advertising for should be a man well International. Exposition, which, Tho opening of the Panama canal cppeals to all the world. The Panama-Pacifi- c the Brodhead trained for its difficult duties, and one attacks, because the published facts three are good; four are mean, six opens in San Francisco on February 20, 1915, anil closes December 4, 1913 will be the greatest manifestation ot fair from Crab Orchard thru who is incorruptible and fearless, clearly disproved their misreprescnta cotidemu: national achievement since the Declaration of Independence. six praise; four boost ready to compel the corporations to tions. In the next administration, Mr. Ottenheim, Woodstock and points Within three weeks after the European war broke-- ' out the Argt ntine Republic, in view of the new trade alignpay their just part of the revenues of Rhea would prove himself a tower of while five wield the hammer; nine in Pulaski the first of ments between the North and South American republics increased its fund for participation in the exposition from theweeKj the state, without being unjust to any strengh to the state in the conduct are found to be dishonest, three ? 100,000 and ordered construction rushod upon Its fund $1,700,000; John Robhis attended the Blue $1,300,000 toNetherlands Holland increased tie Palacefrom Fine Arts.to . $400,000through of its revenues and fiscal affairs. corporation or persons. apan, l Numano at Sar. Pavilion, next to of will rob you and four have jjone the superb As a Democrat and party worker, Such a man is Thos. S. Rhea, who is Grass Fair at Lexington during Francisco, asked for increased exhibit space in the exhibit section a id promised that the superb Japanese Pavilion asking the nomination from the Demo- there is not a blot upon his record. to the dogs; ten are industrious the week, booking some war Japan made will be comploted in every detail upon tho opening of tho exposition. During the Japancse-Itussiagood cratic party, and there Is not a man Four years ago, when he was on the while four are lazy; three are hot a splendid exhibit at the great Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis. France cabled that there had been no for the Brodhead tair. in Kentucky better qualified for the state ticket as the nominee for Treas- members and three are as cold changes in her plans to take part in the exposition. position or more deserving of tho sup- urer, he added great strength to the A number from here attended the Thirty-nin- e International Exposition. The nations nations will be. officially represented at the Panprca-Paciflport of the Democrats. As State Treas- ticket, as was shown by the increased as ice; there is one more in heaven Mt. Vernon fair o appropriated huge sums for participation, China, for example, having appropriated $00,000 for tho superb Thursday and ;have urer for nearly four years in the pres- majority of 2,500 given in his judicial than in hades; vet there are more Pavilion, which Is being rap- ent administration, he has been a mehv district alone. Last' fall, in the Sen- in torment than ate at rest; four Friday -- Everything is now ready idly rushed to completion. ber of that board and a leading spirit atorial and Congressional races, he for greatest event of the year, the Six months before its opening, ATTRACTIVE BOOK GrJ THE PANAMA-PACIFIINTERNAJn Its splendid work. With his intel- was chosen by the Democratic State areas sane as Harry Thaw, live Brodhead fair. .We are justwait-inthe exposition was more than nineligent and active assistance, the fran- Committee as Campaign Chairman, crazy; six are bright, six meaiuni TIONAL EXPOSITION AND PANAMA CANAL BAILED FREE ty per cent completed. for the day to arrive, we chise assessments upon corporations and under his intelligent and success- aud three dull; are seven know everybody will and there Americans who HANDSOME book of sixty pages, profusely ill' in colors have been so increased that the state ful management and organization, the be here. ,. Thousands of toured the United and giving detailed descriptions of the Panai ? ;,P Internawho have never is now receiving several hundred thou Democratic majority in the state was colored, rive yellow, five white The secretary . received a letter I States will make the great circuit 'ebruary tional Exposition to be held in San Francis-- ' five black and three red members sand dollars more in revenue every increased to 32,000. 20 to December 4, 1!15, and of the Panai and canal under date of August 4 as follows: of the country with the beautiful year than ever before. The board has Tom Rhea has always been true to simony lliom- - fit-nra r.,,i Interregion, will be mailed by the Exposition free of ch . i' all inquirers. and colossal Panama-Pacifi- c . Increased the franchise valuation upon the party and its nominees. He has Dear Sir: The booklet is intended for prospective visitors zui i i iso contain national Exposition as their objec$48,000,000 to never bolted nor sulked when things j "ght at the drop of the hat; liye aJl corporations from I am today in receipt of your tive point in 1915. More than information concerning the great engineering ' at wl the Expo$132,000,000. Four of the largest rail- did not go his way in primaries or con-- carry chips on their shoulders -. sition is to cclehrato. Write to the Manager, 7 Publications, letter of July 31st. in respect of has been expended in Euroad companies, whose assessments ventions. The Democratic party in the eght are peaceful while seven coach on Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition,'- Ex.jjly . Luilding, San by were raised, have carried It into the campaign this fall needs him upon the , our locals, August n, i2 rope every year yearAmerican tourFrancisco, for booklet. rank cowards; only eight out the traveling next ists, but courts; and, if tho courts uphold the ticket. . No other man can give lt!are andrSth to'.lmndle travel between world will "See America First." action of the board, the increased rev- greater strength or do more to insure of the twenty six are sociable Livingston and Brodhead for the enue, together with the large Increase its success in the November election. are ciusty, tour are from other corporations, which have He is a man of pleasing and attractive Atlantic and Pacific. North and not contested the raises, will be a personality, free from malice, kind, lour "gV, eight are handsome; South America Fair. great help to the taxpayers, and in a considerate to all, a temperate and a five are jovial. Only in fox chases I have taken this matter up materially in pay- temperance man, never having reasonable time aid a drink of alcoholic liquor In all his,d0,they dl get together and have with our people, recommend that ing oft the indebtedness of the state. RICHMOND, KY. j In the four years of this administra- life, and, all in all, he is a man worthy a hog killing time when "the we nut the coach on locals, and I A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TGACHERS tion, the increase of revenues from the in the highest degree of the confidence quick brown fox jumps over the am expecting to attend the fair uu buypuri ui Sill guuu linens. increased assessments of those corporCourses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life laZV do"'';"' . An ciclnslro mnsle j 0 State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools or Kenations, which have not made contests, The Democrats of the state could not myself. Hope you will have the Septemhcr 7th. tucky. Special Courses and Eeview Courses. Tuition The Judge reserved his decision will alone amount to a .sum to the state find a 'better man to nomipate for any VIolln.Orsan.'C'eno. riibllo Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, biggest one ever. School Music. Theory. Uar. far in excess of a million dollars; and office than Tom Rhea, and, if the signs pending his efforts to have the school, new mannal training building, practice monr. Langnagc. claisrs In Yours truly, .. Ulrtoryof Music. Enjei-hschool, department of agriculture, a well equipped the Increase of revenues from the indicate anything, he will be the nom- -. l'laylns and Hlght Ilrat gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begins tame sources to the counties, cities, n fnr Artltnr hv hnndRomH mntor. PtieS COlliprotLlse the cage by wod s (signed) W. O. Dilley. Dlplomas Issued. .ArtlsCan.llwith ycwaI and lnstnimfrn.jLl. September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Tanh ntuilentrocltaiadrantatra. will amount ity in the primary oa August 7. them agree to pay plaintiff haying .towns and school districts Dormitory for girls. Tuition low. Forjcatalog atlilrrna January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer SchooCWna Master ot Trains. IttbvUk CuMnttK? Ot tlMU.EatWb.ltllOTU'- - -- -. June 14, Catalogue Free. 50 9o ' io That We We find we have entirely too much cloth ing at this season so making $20.00 1 At - i t a Discount Much Below Cost Men's Men's, Women's FOR CASH A Mr at 4.00 And We at J2.50 Our Own, 5.00 Greatest Selling Event the History of the Trade. that Low in 8.50 7.50 $7.50 OUR STORE WILL BE Every Suit Guaranteed ton la Fl viGJfcsee m rU ! EVERYTHING It SOLD of Dargams AT must i SACRIFICE hr-re- s WI W PRnVFN FRIFNn " COME AND SEE' Don't Our SHOES SLIPPERS at Les than Eery Matting a Rugs . Our Motto vb.Li r LESS " MT. VERNON KENTUCKY 3 A uWWlb9C m AaaAaaA 9oooooaooaeoo m as 'oa m Consul-Generan eooaas Ml far-reachi- rap iKorcdct 1915 I con-ce.ssie- c Chi-nes- C g -t- -J A f,-- o I 1 $500,-000,0-00 I .- c - ',, Lofflsmk KJlmk JN school-Op- ens new-mode- l le u- . - j j. G. cRABBBlfaB, . '.rxXiJ liHMwMOTMMtaaMinMNBirf U'J'ttV s 1 ""'"sJh. IJPJgKS .k- - Jl"JT mgt r ''VdTHf T Hfp;f ML VERNON SIGNAL wrote Friday, Aug. 6, 19 15 to B. C." Xewis he treated it with silen t contempt. Verv truly, JAMES R. PRATHER. Clad She look . J'- - ,"?'- - v c&lss Louisville. Ky 8 15 Many women suffer from sluggishness The tens and undress ol and depression without being able mi in 'inn mi BHBk TiriT iiiimii bmiiiiii bB thousands of euthusiaitic patrons to find relief from a condition who form the client In of the W. which they know to be unnatural I. Swain Show Co., throughout One of them who did find relief j I the length and breadth of the is Mrs. Catherine Merer of 191 ; Teachers: land have universally conceded to I am addressing: mvself ori High street, this city. She said this well conducted organization NgSSr marily to you and to all citizens recently that she had recovered the flattering sobriqnet. "The in general, in behalf of my can from a condition of nervous de- monarch of them All". To the didacy for the Republican nomi bility through the use of Tanlac practical sense of those familiar nation for State Senator. Wbil the beerless preparation. with popular forms of amuseANNOUNCEMENTS. "I was run down and fe't tired ment it is not a question for deep a member of the Kentucky Legis Authorized to Announce We Are lature and the minority leader. if I made the least exertion,'" contemplation why this organiza JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM "I was melancholy tion has met with success. as Judge I advocated and voted for the very she said. As a candidate for 28th Judicial District, subject to best school of the and nervous. Any unusual noise measures and interQuoting a criticism printed in the action of the Republican party, Au- ests that came before the House startled me. My digestion- - was the Alexandria, (La ) .gust primary 1915. "Town-Topics- " We Are Authorized to Announce as indorsed by the Republican poor and I couldn't sleep well. of a recent date, tlie B. C. LEWIS party, and shall likewise so vote "Finally I became interested in writer, atter a careful review of As a candidate for State Senator for the Tanlac and sent to the drug store 17th Senatorial District, subject to the if elected to the Senate. the performance of the night will be numbered, and the coupon will entitle Each Republican party, August primary 1815. I introduced bill to pay teach- for a bottle of it. As soon as before, gives, as his opinion, the We Are Authorined to Announce will be given to the ers in atiance at County Insti- I began taking it I got better. following reasons why the W. I. the holder to a chance on this legant vehicle Now 1 ?leep soundly, and have Dr. W. C. BLACK tutes, onee a law but repealed. Swain Shows are so popular: Save your tickets holder of lucky number on the last day of the Fair Ai a candidate for State Senator for the I favor better paid teachers; recovered from my nervousness "From the time the orchestry is 17th Senatorial District, subjeot to the the drawing. may get the Run-abou- t. Person of schools, non and depression." Republican party, August primary 1915 longer term "rung in", until the final drop of and be present Mrs. Meyer's experience is not partisan management of all the curtain there is not a moment holding the lucky number be on the ground, else another numWe Are Authorized to Announce Women often suffer school affairs down through its unusual. when something of interest is not M. L. JAR VIS from a tired, sluggish feeling as Com- every branch of government- As a candidate for transpiring. An orchestra of ten ber will be selected 1 favor FREE TEXT BOOKS, without knowing the why of It. monwealth's Attorney of the 28th Jupieces onlivens the interest bedicial JDiitrict, subject to the action of tablets and pencils and the like They are oiten subject too, tween the acts and short addressthe Republican party, August Primary, in the grammar schools of this to depression and melancholy. 1915. es are given opportune!" by Mr. Commonwealth, such as exist and Where Mrs. Mever found relief W. I We Are Authorieed to Announce Swain relative to the currare successfully operated in many others may. She is one of hunW. T. DAVIS bill and those to be seen durent As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk northern states. I shall bend dreds who have given voluntary ing the rest of the engagement. the of Rockcastle County, subject to every ounce of energy and ex- testimony to the value of Tanlac. Mr. action of the Republican primary Aug- Swain in his initial remarks perience to this end. L shall ad, Tanlac can now bs had in Ml. last "night, .7,1915. . disclaimed any desire vocate a law exempting holders Vernon at the drug store of Chas. to W Are Authorized to Announce class his attraction with those Special Attraction, and select amuseof life certificates as teachers in C. Davis and can also be obtained T. J. NICELEV charging 1.50 for a seat, but he As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk this Commonwealth from standing at The Central Drug Co's store has beeu told many times that his of Rockcastle County, subject ip .Ihe ments provided for each day. and John Robin's action of the Republican primary, an examination to quality as a Livingston, shows give his patrons equal en County Superintendent of Schools drug store Brodhead, Ky. Augutt 7, 1915. joyment. The performances are Liberal and This would encourage teachers to We Are Authorized to Announce thoroughly clean, free from sugDR. R. G. WEBB offered in every department higher education and thereby MASTER COMMISSIONERS A a candidate for Representative from gestion or innuendo and appeal the 70th Legislative district, composed make more people eligible to the SALE strongly to family patronage. Is Everybody's and Everybody Come. of the . counties of Laure1 and Rock- office of County Supt. castle, subject to the Republican PriThe good order maintained during mary, August 7, 1915. I have served for the past four- James Hibbard, Plaintiffs the Swain shows is a striking etc.. We Are Authorized to Announce teen months as Chairman of BarVS. ADVERTISEMENT OP evidence of their compelling interE. BULLOCK boursville Board of School est". As a candidate for Representative from SALE. Legislative district, composed Trustees.Jand had the pleasure to JOHfti the 70th The W. I Swa:n Shows, with Defendants of the counties of Laurel and Rock- lign recently a contract for a new Nannie Rice, etc., their big railroad equipment, solo castle, subject to the Republican Pri- $f7,ooo school By virtue of a judgment and building, now mary, August 7, 1915. band and orchelr:iand repertoire under construction at Barbours order of sale of the Rockcastle of new We are Authorized to Announce royaliy success- and Secretary of Labor Wilson, is wmM VlllOi Mrs. ALICE DAVIS Circuit Court, rendered at its es, will be inBroMiead for one at' work on a plan to relieve unemAs a Candidate for Superintendent of I am not a teacher and thereby April term, I9I5, in the above solid week, t9 bdaaols to till ont the unexpired term commencing Monday ployment, under which the Federoi uer husband, W. A. B. Davis, sub- not practical in that line of work stxled action, I shall proceed to Aug. 9. The performances are al Government would finance workject to th Republican Primary, Aug. other than in an executive or offer for sale, at public auction given in the largest tent ever ers to take up farm land. m 7, 1915. 80' supervisory capacity, but I have at the front duor ot the Couit i S3 programme, preA complete bad considerable experience as a House, in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky constructed for a similar purpose, Si Cromwell the noted political iegislatpr and its a pardonable on Monday, the 16th. daj of which is treated with the new liminary drafts of necessary legisr before discovery, "Kant L ek", thus lation, is to be framed writer to Cincinnati Enquirer pride, I trust, for me' to say that August, 1915 it being the first eliminating any chance of unpleas- ongress meets in December. It from Frankfort, giving the re- I believe I am better qualified to flay ot a regular term of the sults of a post card canvass represent the educational inter- Rockcastle Circuit Court between ant results from the caprice of is to be proposed in connection The Fourth of July, when we celebrate with f rural credit hill, which the of the State, predicts the nomina ests of the people in ttierSeiiate the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and the weather. the .independence of our Nation is a Administration is expected to tion of Stanley by more than than any opponent against me in 4 o'clock p. m., to the highest good time to think also of Financial Is Sickness A Sin. pass at that time. this race. Ihdependen e. What are you going to 2o.ooo. and best bidder, the following If riot, it's wicked to neglect The committee, which includes do when you become old ? Demerits or half a truth is not described property located in illness and means of relief. It's officials of the General Land TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and shall not be my policy Rockcastle County, Kentucky, wicked to endure Liver ills, Consider the great importance of Bloomfield, Ky., May 24, 1915 against my opponents. IT I have account and systematic dposits Headache. Indigestion, Constipa- Office, the Reclamaiion Service while you are voting and earning I understand that one B. C. merit above the others, vote for consisting of two tracks of land tion, when one doise of and the Department of Labor, was which are bounded as follows: money. Now is just the time to start gives relief. n is Lewis, of Barboursville, is before, me; othet wise, vote for the other appointed specificially to consider TRACT 1. Beginning at a an account with us and we daily invite (May Apple), without the means of broadening the scope of the people asking them for theirl man. I shall appreciate your gum stump between vou to come in and open one. the two gripe. It arouses the Liver, insuffrage in a race for the Republi. support and when nominated and school houses close to the mouth creases flow of bile Nature's the Federal Employment Bureau the 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts can nomination for the State elected I will know you as I of a drain; thence N 85 E 27 poles antiseptic in the Bowels. Your in the Department of Labor, and Senate; This man n conof officials now hope to know you as a citizen to a white oak; thence S 11 E at Constipation and other ;lls dis it had the 60 poles, pass a hickory and eruni appear over night with Union College as and friend. Po-Onected of the Postoffice Department and of Vernon corner, in all i20 poles to a stone Lax has helped because to re the Department of Agriculture. principal of Normal Dept. My Nature Your late Supt. of Schools, the at the end of the division line; move the cause. Get a bottle &1 business dealings with him have Hon. W. A. B. Davis, was a warm thence with same N 81 The plan now under considerW ja2 from your Druggist to day. Get N3 a system of been unjust and unsatisfactory personal friend and supporter ot poles to a popular on top of the rid of your ation contemplates Constipation to me. And again the stabbin g mine, and doing everything that ridge; the&ce S 68 W 83 poles tr operating through the De credits, OOOj m m a stone at a drain; thence N3 of mj son by his nephew, who he could for me in mvrace partment of Labor, which would for the E at 19i poles pass two black were at that time under his care Senatorial nomination up to enable workers in congested cities the oaks in all 85 poles to a stake WORKERS aZSl and protection, have been turned very "day of his u.itimely and on land on to take up agricultural the east fork ot Campers loose and no indictments made lamentable death. Government reclamation projects Branch; thence up the branch Desiring to Take Up Farm Life or public lands on easy payment for this murderous, assault. My Stand by me, teachers and Re- N 76 E 31 polea to a white oak May Be Financed by the Feder- loans. s n and daughter were in the publicans of Rockcastle County and maple; thence up the branch SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION al Government. dormitory at Union College and and jou will fulfill the earnest N 76 E 31 poles to a white oak and maple; thence N 7 E 64 as I thought would be reasonably hope of my colleague in the poles to a poplar and dogwood on Washington, July 7. An intertaken care of by the people in Legislature of 1qo4, W. A. . B. top of the ridge; thence East with FOR FLETCHER'S . the meanders of a drain 65 poles departmental committee, named charge of the school but vhen Davis, your friend, counsellor, 15 chirley was struck in the head well wisher, as well as my. warm to tne beginning, ana containing by Secretary of the Interior Lane 125$ acres. and stabbed in the back almost to hearted and. true friend. . , ROUND TRIP TRACT 2. Beginning at a FROM JUNCTION CITY My name is first on ballot, "in death by his nephew B. C. Lewis black oakr-,anhickory, S E Cor . kept it a secret from my daughter senatorial column. ner to the original survey; thence W. C. BLACK SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 Ai M. I- for some time, also did not inform S 82 ,W 1 34 poles to a dogwood; his grandparents or bis uncles and thence S 40 W 82 poles to a $i00 Reward $iO0 : white auuts and other relatives who Ask Ticket Agent eor Particulars iBank to Keep The readers will be pleased to thence oa'' 8 in E Cornett's toline; 11 poles N 4 lived near by in Barboursville " at learn that there is at least one black oaks and hickories Corall, but they happened to hear dreaded disease that science Constantly Before I. G. KING, P ' Icet Agent nett's corner to a 5o acre survey;1 able to cure in all its sfa.W thence S 89 W 34 poles to that Charley had been stabbed three 101 East Main igton, Ky. Hall's white oaks; thence N 3 E 59 twelve hours bsfore. Thisbloody and that is Catarrh. Catarrh Cure is the only positive poles to a stone atp, drain; thence ' I 'I disgraceful affair cannot be truth- cure now known to THE FACT THA the medical ft 68 E 83 poles to a stone in fully dented by B. (J. Lewis nor fraternity. Your You Catarrh being a the line running n east, then IT IS SEEKING "do I understand why ati intelli- constitutional aisease, requires a with it S 11 E 8 poles to the gent people would encourage a constitutional treatment. Hall's beginning, and containing 58 man like this as a teacher or a Catarrh Cure is taken internally acres. Care politician, because there are too acting directly upon the blood TERMS: Is Prepared and mucous surfaces of. the sysS many real men. in the country for tem, thereby destroying VU IM Said sale will be made on the ur lin& f Couch Caskets SsQ & people to take chances on a foundation of the disease, and V the credit of Six Months and the is uftexcelld man about whom there hangs a giving the patient strength by Commissioner will take from the Hand-mad- e ' Coffins furnished cloud and who' 19 not known to all building up the constitution and purchaser, or purchasers, bond, Si BRfmsKE&BL:. 'i)m. i. assisting nature in doing its the people. 1 am a Republican work. to. all parts o Hearse senl payable to himself, with approved The proprietors and have been a friend of Union much Jailji in its curative have so security for the purchase price, the County. powers College but lorthe benefit ot all max ineviottar One Hundred Dnl . bearing legal interest from day .".1" who are "csncgrned to be careful. ,srs ".for) audcas& it. faijs tojsure. of sale until paid, and having 6Yfc$i.e'PpiriptjY Filled who you select for our business bend for list of testimonials the force and effect of a judgment. T I managers in school and in politics Address: E. f. Chrney & CO. The above described tracts of Toledo, Ohio. & My letters to the president and' Sold by all & land are being sold for the Druggists, 75c. IMione 94-' ' AH . TERNTOiNT, KY. .i rm.e of the board Jiave been Take Hall's Fam lv Pills for purpose of dividing the proceeds W-v &s2i mI fspcdftillj aaiwered but . r ihjt m iwtbtmjtI ifi ic ""u r"Lf u ""ii"j J arising from the sale of same SSS54 ,7-21 TrnrrB-ri 1 Using care to avoid draughts, ex posure, sudden changes, and tak ing a treatment of Dr Kmg's $I.OO New Discoverv will DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR positively re Heve and in time will surely rid The first Advertising, rates maae, known 'on you of your Cough. ..dose soothes the irritation, checks application. your cough, which steps in a Dr. King's New short time. Discovery has been used successfully tor 45 years and is guaran MEMBER OF Money back teed to cure you. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ii it fails. Get a bottle from your Druggist; it cost only a little aud and will help you so'much. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. louR Cough Can Be Stopped Friends' Advice Mrs. Catherine Meyer Finds Relief from Debilit) in among the plaintiffs and defendants in this action, after having first paid the cost of same out of the proceeds of tract No. I. Sale to be made and proceeds to be divided as provided in judgment. -- TSL EEBS G. S. Griffix, UiiOB BfCCBU FAIR AUGUST 11- I9I5 r QM.rk iP5 Wfr 'm 'n ad Bf H 12-1- 3, Tanlac Master Conim'r, Rockcastle Circuit Court. , THE BIG W. I. SWAIN SHOW CO., AT BRODHEAD. BUGrOGIVE - PvCBH HH H 1 im H 9HH The Asscc'aticn will give to the holder of lucky number a handsome RubberTire Run - About worth $85.00 ABSOLUTELY FREE Adult Ticket that at You must It? Pi IS HUBHUi Buggy on Display in Front of ,, ,. ROBIN'S DRUG STORE FINE SHOW HORSES We Want FAIR GOOD BAND OF MUSIC GOOD RACES Premiums This To AND J.C. FRITH, Pres. BIGGER BETTER THAN EVER. ROBINS, Sec'y d'.-imari- -- o-oop . 8 A FUND FOR INDEPENDENCE ! Po-Do-La- x Po-Do-L- Podo-phylli- has-bee- o The Bank Mt mxm. 8 mm mm Children Qry OASTO R CINCINNATI Sunday, AUGUST MP RETURN This Wishes has-bee- I i 11 Air.-olrtfers SI. 5 0 -- r Busmess For It And To Ii it 1 '&&&&&&&&'' PEOPLES BANK Mt Vernon UftDSBTAKEB A 1MtyirJi. W:. m -- Kentucky A. COX, n wten-llcoMtiptti- !; ac -- jSL v. . MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky, Aug 6 1915 Keep Kool see Fish's Kool Good Location: The West clothes. Boones Lane, at room of the lower story of Furnie, has 79 up oat vrttb waa No.BIONAL toCammunlr 79"" . W&OQ-T- 7 LOUISVILLC NAaHVILLC f P OO. TIMK TABLh. 22 iiortn 5f4 1- been surveyed and a good road C. will be constructed. JJ Everybody attends the Brod-hea- d fair. This is everybody's fair and everybody is expected to be there. E. J. (Bud) Anderson has bought the grocery of Luther Manns on Main St. Mr. Anderson took charge last ween. C. of near E. Painter, Mrs. P 3:56 a m Brodhead while sitting in her 24 nc.rtn J3 south chair Sunday afternoon fainted " a m and fell to the floor, striking on JI South Tas. :..prc... Agent. htr left arm and breaking it just al ove the wrist. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vermin, as stcond-,ini- the Masonic Building Livingston, Ky., which now belongs to the Masonic Lodge is vacent. It is a splendid room, safe from fire, a good location and in a good bueines town. Any one desiring to engage in business should investi gata the opportunity here offered This room is either for sale oi rent. For further information call on or address the Trustees of Jackson Lodge No. 73I F & A. M. Livingston. Ky. 6 16 3t John Rcbin.s secretary has sold more concession-- ; this year than any Fair Secretary has ever done heretofore, an I tluv are all high class it there is any gambling this year at the BRODHDAD FAIR it will be without the knowledge of its officers. This however dues not mean amusements of different kinds which all can talco part in. but the rank kind of Spindle hold up games and other things iu this class has been cut out. Square Abney, a brother of Deputy Sheriff Jack Abney. shot and killed his son a man by the name of Shearer, at Lang-for- d Station, Monday morning Shearer had been whipping and cruelly mistreating his wife who in-la- 9oa..os9eoeG!ccaeft8SCsaaaa ne,iietiiiieot9(iiitiiiiiittiiiiiitiifii ! wa e. no.OCo $( Soot" JO"-80- . 3et. lo.. ao. rnot' a - . i, . r- . " , ..- -, - " .. " - - - .::: i n . ?' & jt ' ' chas. S)C. QCti. ttro.. S;o.. Si5e. Sm sj AVIS MT. VERNON. KY. Leading Druggist Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and to the old folks with all kinds of rectmsrructive tonic and system builders. Y7E tOATEit tu the voung folks with a complete .line of DCo... nc- c - 6?3.' S6e One.8t) 3tJ3 SOo t i.iil tar' 1 K. Postoffice r. fi-lR- S 0 NA The Locais will carry passen-gerspoints between Livingston and Brodhead each day of the Brodhead Fair, .special coaches beine provided. Reduced rates at 9e. Sc CHAS.' C. DAVIS Che Homo of TANLflC Miss Nettie Fish of Wildie has on all rail raads typhoid. it k i i has tvphoid fever. Diet. Mrs. Jeff Lovell of tne Burr you hold the lucky number and co coo ooatlaoo o a ooaeo section has typhoid. are not present another number fi&fl..o&0g3tt6i)c(Becte,)etr Miss .Teste Proctor, of the Wildie will be selected. section is very sick. Stone: Cut any size or shape, Mr and Mrs. Monroe Frazier direct from the quarry at a price, are here from Terre Haute, Ind. less than you can build concrete. Mr. AbClyde Baker and sister, Miss Shipped anywhere. Get my price. was Abney's daughter. ney went to see Shearer about his John Ramsby May me of Williamsburg, are here F 4J acts and to try to persuade him to Mt. Vernon, Ky. for the fair. ' stop his way of doing. Shearer Miss Christine Davis visited her The W. I. Swain will spread resented what Abney said seizing cousin, Miss Ada Brown, of near its large waterproof teut at Biod-hea- d an iron rod began striking Mr. for the Fair week, this week Abuey, who Quail, last week. warded off the licks Earnest West is here from this is the best show ever at this with his aim until he could draw Burnside visiting1 relatives and place and tae people who like his pistol and shoot. Mr. Abney And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- believe 1 would have died if I hadn't taken it. good amusement will enjov every is attending the fair. one of the county's very best cent Was Unable to Attend to After 1 began taking Cardui, I was Miss Leila Cook Sallee. of moment at the show. citizens, and his many friends Any of Her Housework. greatly helped, and all three bottles reHarrodsburg, is the guest of Miss "Lectricity" the lull olood razor regret the unfortunate occurrence, lieved me entirely. back sand split tet, greazed light but on the othr hand public Willi" Frances. 1 fattened up, and grew so much his ning breed, racing hog that old sentiment is entirely in his lavor. Osir Wallin Pleasant HillN. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, 1 felt like anfamily to Junction City where he Cull has had in training fo-- i past Mt. Vernon put Booneway on three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." tour months, is a wonder. That the map lias a position. and made it possible for Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actinJames Oatt?, of Monticello, is is if Cull tells the truth. He says locating Dixie Highway over East last time, was myworst. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic the porker can beat any mule or ern with his grandparents, Mr. and route and thaongh Rockcastle I had dreadfuljiervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. horse and be intends taking in Mrs. W. T. Frances county and being a leader in all prostration, and was scarcely able to all the fairs and most of the cash big Miss Hope Morgan, of East things will bring the first walk about. Could not do any of my Cardui makes for increased strength, races this season. on improves the appetite, tones up the nerMiss Bernstadt, is visiting aeorplane (or flying machine) to housework. vous system, and helps to make pale, Christine Davis. Many have examined the buggy the county. Flights will be made I also had dreadful pains in my back Jim Houk and daughter, Miss to be given away at the Brodhead at Mt. Vernon Fair on Thursday and sides and when one of those weak, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Tbelma, are here from Jamestown Fair next week, also the tw year and Friday Aug. 5th. and 6th. sinking spells would come on me, I Cardui has helped more than a. million guarantee which accompanies it Trips will be made high in the air would have to give up and lie down, weak women, during the past 50 years. Ind., visiting relatives. It will surely do for you, what it has Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gentry of and should you be the lucky per over and around the town and fair until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. Rockcastle I was certainly in a dreadful state of citizens, Tetoanon Junction are spending son, and do not want the buggy grounds. Write to: Ladlci some nice bids have been left lor and many from surrounding health, when 1 finally decided to try vlsory Dept.,ChttUnoo Medlclnt Co., Special Ad Chattanqofa. Ten-- ., for Inthe week with formers parents. your case and structions on book. it with the Secretary, which you counties should avail themselves Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 Firmly Treatment for Womtn," sent ia plain wrapper. "Home J- JfimjD.vvis. of Somerset, J. A. No f trie opportunity to witness the Davis and Claude Foster of can take advantage of. manuevers of this machine that Burnside attended the Fair here OFPICKR, DlRKCTQR, OR STOCK imitates the birds of the air, WTFfBP&ET&iVW'miKTrzm-Miss Gertie Cundiff and Mrs. holder Will have a Chance carrying passengers high above to draw it. Perfectly fail' and Cora Wesley Bell, of Liberty, are HEKE Wt ARE AGAIN square you stand an equal show the earth. visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. L Durwith every one else. On account oi the fair, a broken ham press, which happened not to be All things are now ready for D. .M. Preston and family, of he BRODHEAD FAIR, eighty half as badly broken as we Ohio have-beein the county for the past week visiting relatives feet additional stadia room, q, nice thought at first, an4 several other large, dining room located away things, the greatest of all, the deand friends. from the crowded arapitheatre will sire to take a day or two in rest Miss Cecil Davis and brother, help to make things moreploasant irom tne print shop, the Signal Maxwell, of Burnside, are visiting for the visitors this year. ''Uncle is .a day late and somewhat short relatives here this week and at- Fulhjn" is the man to serve the of good live reading matter which S tending the fair. meals at the popular price of is always our desire and greatest Admission IS & 25c. One Woman Admitted Frge With Each 35c Cask Ticke Henrv Niceley, youngest son ol twenty five cents. A new location effort to have the best and to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Niceley has ty for all the concessions, additional cover the entire ounty, with the WZk 1M HAW fifWAVA phoid fever and has been very Floral Hall, in fact space will for- latest ot the local hapnenings from fti tffi" t J.fe?ffBJ-lIl- ? VI OUIn.liUIMIM ITV bid us to describe the improve every locality. Now, sick for the past week. Oldest, biggest, best equipped and most favorably that the KNOWN SHOW OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA. Mrs. J. D. Oatts and so ns, Ken ments which are now being added election, the lair at Mt. Vernon are over, and Brodhead will close nentb and James and daughter, to the already pleasant next week, we want to urge our Edith, are here for a few weeks, correspondents, to give us a letwith the formers parents, Dr. and The Secretary of the Brodhead. ter each week. The Mrs. W. T Francis. Fair has had a valuable assistant fair talk being over election and the people are this week in the person of Prof. ready for the local happenings and Pilkenton principal of the Brod- through our correspondents we LOCAL head Graded school, who pledged want to be able to meet this deThe Fiscal Court will convene to the ioo teachers in Rockcastle mand by giving the news from Mrnday and take same active County a complimentary to the every section of the county. steps towards getting the building Fair and he is certainly seeing The Mt. Vernon fair has come of roads in Rockcastle started. that his promise is beiug carried We trust Jiow rapidly may all out by mailing each a ticket tnis and gone. From a standpoint of it be done, and the people are anx- week. Teachers we will look for fine weather, an enjoyable time iously awaiting the start. vou, sorry you won't have a an a splendid exhibit was a great v chance at that Nice Rubber Tire success, but from a standpoint of Big Exhibit: The Queen. &. Runabout, unless you desire to hnance, it was not what was exCreacent Route will operate a forget that ''Comp" and buy a pected. It was predicted that the special agricultural and live stock ticket which will entire yo-- i to a primary ejeettion coming just Biggest Rain-Proo- f and WindrResJsting after the fair would keep many train through Danville on Sept- chance. away and sure enqugh it did. ember 7th. The train will conThe Brodhead Pair has conThe attendance was very much sist of nine cars and will be tracted with one Mr. Dennis to ENOUGH S&ATS FOR A WHOi,E TOWN equipped with all kinds of farm smaller than ever beforehand all make Balloon ancensions each due to the fact that the report implements, agricultural probucts day of the Fair, it will be reEXTRAORDINARY FEATURES SEASON 191t got circulated that there would livestock of beef and dairy breeds membered that Mr. Dennis was Chauffer Quariette; Oh, My Golly Commedian, Herbe be an overabundance of Mbooze" poultry, livestock of various kinds here some fifteen years ago, and Switt, the Minstrel Man; Thos. J. Kane. Singing and Dancing and a regular knock down and and exhibits of minerals. Demonwent so high that his balloon was Comedian; Boyd Halloway, Solo Baritone; Fred Chapman, drag out time. A moie quiet strations will be conducted show- lost and found four miles east of Solo, Slide Trombone. In lact, more Star Features than Everr gathering was never had and ing the proper methods of packBrodhead three days after the fair. there was as little drinkihg on ing perishable products. Sterop-tica- n MONDAY :NIGHT, The Excellent Comedy-Dram- a To those not knowing this to be the grounds. equipment has been provid- a fact may doubt this statement, There 'is nothing else to of ed to illustrate the lecturers. it, but but it is nevertheless trne. His that the fair was One very interesting feature will the victim of cirAs usual Friday Night (Society Night) Extraordinary balloon was found in the Pine cumstances and caught a hot deal be the domestic science depart- woods near Hickory Grove. in the running. In our next issue ment under the supervision! of If there is a man that loves to we will' give a list of. the winners two lady expert home scien ce soar above the clouds and will Each Mouday--10:- 00 AtM. on Principal Street, also in and a more complete account. The entire expense of do if, it is this man, teachers. and if nothing 7 tin MondayNight front of the Tent t Band Concert byfrtie operation of this train will be happens yjou will Buy a 25 cent ticket to the Brodhave possibly .W. Show Co, Silver Cornet' Band ill Solo iiusicirfng. ' borne by the Queen & Crescent the last chance to see him this head fair next week and get a Route in line with its policy of year. iJ&ance on the 85. bugKy. ""Ex SPECIAL PBEB FREE . - MONDAY NIGH m extending every aid possible toIII amine fhe vehicle, it will be on The attraction is old but where wards the agricultural upbuilding is the man woman or child 'that their grounds each dav of the fair of the territory served by it. Q THE AIR RIDER and will be given away the last THE AIR RIDKB does not like to watch it. Danville,, advocate. Will Adams, son of Al Adams, on the grounds at Don't forget that you must be the Brodhead when the ddawing takes place, if Cue. ,0a. Sua. 'Phone No. 39 fte. 0c to ftecoo0 . w J-di- i-7 SCARCELY Keep Kool say you can't Keep Kool others say go. to the lakes We say you can Keep Kool if you wear one of our - Some people WALK ABOUT has'-move- d g. PALM BEACH 'S: sii OUI TO II H mmTmm M i.V hog-hors- e Our business is to keep: you kool and we can do it1 .Our kool line consists of - : " i je ALL NEW Palm Beech Stilts Sport Shirts Low Cut Shoes Palm. Beach Hats Phoenix Si lie Sox Black Mohair - n RODHEAD WEEK OF Coats s ONE onday. AUGUST COMMENCING JOY We are showing everything you want to keep you cool arid we want 'to show YOU If you can't come; f phone and we will send by mail.. Make our store -- I I headquarters during IVCT. '' VERNON FAIR "We Stand By What YpulBuy.? MbbbbbBbH V4W j&- - lEUffiO ClXfSS .- - . THE HOME OF C00D CL'OTHES I r V Ten' KANT LEEK 4- - tXTTV. i, i.S When You Want General .Merchandise- - BELLE the MOUNTAIN TRAIL "THELMA" Faf m 't .. irnpLcAie,rfxs go to--.-- - - -- DIAVQLO D1AVOLO THB Y P L"P " .' IHESIL1 ra:JB L B day.. xese J- 1" 2 r y -- ,USU2gf "V . .r- - -- -.' v . .. ! 1 j T1 jfiS-ri- - i y- . ' .. I J iraHiqi 'gwrc '. .7 C :1L2& 4K"T - aj & &Sifl J ! 4 n4-:ki;vunsuiiiLaiuni fc i EroROPITflE PEItTH mui EXHIBIT CAR .. - . . - ti tU , m-.- v4. v. A Children Cry for Fletcher's '"'I "'' T 3CWE-- - "V, $;... ! !daffl?r&HfcltS5 r .vKAA.." jtSnV('TSiPrr .. r idflfflm': a.: .t!(Vr JIHlBiHiljXBILBHFV jctfiiRnB'lHEjHiVVK , . && K.Zmmmmcwt4i llBfFS&Atfi5S;r: k. a '5 trCVrr 2aK''hf' Hte "7," T5f. f jffjjgtAyiirswTOs-aaaiaiBag- SiiyimJSll?ra '3alB;S-!SliF)iKA.x? a sa'BKt&&iy-"jSK.- f i 'l.JhK ssa V...'.x IKP ;ai Tho Kind Xou Have Always Bought, and which lias been in usu for over SO years, has homo the sitrnatnre c ana has heen made under his per-'frtT- so:ial supervision since its infaney. Allow no one to deceive von in tliia. " are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle irith and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Jnst-as-jjood f-f Castoria f."fl"IRlfvou tuberi jsj- - afMmust you ynalclttur- fight dtthonie li!$v!lhl3 1 a am farti,..1 Tl.r. Iili-il III M Si)U it h .r)keuu . i"tu H'F i 'XlltV fnf vnn ay'fV"' . STAr if J:;: wrcjclosis tjpMMlssiq&f ATlltHE&prCCDL 3 ii'.'la'HE k 1 . V ' PitKPAitEnl AHiiSO IC OSNT TIK (HOME rjOAStfiioK CONSUM MlJNlICII IT OX REQUlWII'SlfcE 'tfifr irth'rttr: i?AX'i fffflilh Ei gjSSKS' , ? ; jEd'E H?!S3ftE STATIC THIS BOOK WIEESBTA 5MVi i i PHYSICIAN IX AXY GASE. IT IS IXMEDED TO H DOttTO It AND THE PATIENT. The book gives helpful suggestions about how to use fresh air; VjvSJJre-par- e fhftt'the attractive di.shes for the patient; how to protect the family, Prominent p4)MtHharfnrsea Sal social dlse:iEe willjUOInxelL:to others. workers have vffrteEind approved the book. AnyjBeio needff the, book wk HII-BJ3CU- tfto IJprHCoxsuiiWHVE xxgkp any JllSED or immsmi KE T"HE ltlWB'OP healz hsokri- JOi 1 goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Ifc is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic suhstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays IVverislmess. For more than tlurty years it has heen in constant nse for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and DlarrhuMi. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTOR What is snhstitnte for Castor I A is a harmless Oil, Pare- ji Sir' - S s'wGi t I J- - x?T'fetiJ-S-J?s5- fl - "- - ' ' T GENUINE ?' n&tHirib-- S: m conKfcfltitint: JMK. immm, 'jk -- BH A Seven Months' School Term With s hhows a wuuiu school with a number or adult passersby who have just viewed the health exhibit sent over the mill oads of the statfc by the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. These exhibits show in simple form all the average layman needs to know about how he may catch consumption, how he may be cured of the disease and how this great plague may be driven out of the state. CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS THIS QflBtTT,rankfort. M READY FOR THE ROAD In- - gjeasea Salaries Jup Teachers Per Month ie-'- i 4- The Kind You Have Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years COMFV THE CeNTAUR NEW YORK CITV. - - - fi : iVU iHAMLETT'S RECORD IN OFFICE .. -- ' sy ' Pitt, 1 S. l lUHQ INI :x 1XZ232S I O-- T S CE per lb. 10c per lb He Pure Lard; in 50 lb. cans, Pure Lard, in small lots, v fig I .- -. ' Sugar, in 25 lb. bags, Sugar, in small lots, Meal, 45c, or Flour, 75, 90 and Ship Stuff, per Lenox Soap, Cleaneasy, $1.75 per lb. 7 4C 2 bass for 85c $1.00 persack 100 lb. $1.00 3 bars for 10c 3 for 10c Matches, THE Kentucky Tuberculosis ConimihsIoN in an endeuor ( reach the people of the rund districts of certain In the state haB equipped an aukunoblle v.ih an entire outfit for" producing moving pictures. Films regarding tuberculosis, supplemented by stereoptlcon s.'tdes and, accompanied by a lecturer, were used last summer to reach over 21,000 people In nine different count! a. Most of the demonstrations were given in the open air, besides country churches and schools, and in every cabc the teachers and physicians of the county have heartily in taking this message of good health to as many people as ixjssible. The record attendance wan 750 iu one evening at a tiny village several miles from the railroad. This equipment Mill be used again during the coming summer. 3 boxes for 10c of all kinds, Whips, Saddles Ilames, Bridles, Uits and Spurs Buckets, Tubs, C hums A: Fruit Jars at 50c iV: 70e doz. W I carry HARNESS i wuhic ciuu B U Danger Signals NATURE S health. The signals M'bich may : indicate tuberculosis are given beloM-hangs on for First A cough that more than a month. Second. A gradual, steady loss of weight, and often of apictite. Thiid. A slight feverish condition, lasting a little while every afternoon. Fourth. A loss of strength or energy. Administration Building and Infirmary, Hazelwood Sanatorium, Louisville JK5E2X5 u Farmers Exchanae o JET ThE MAN WHO WANTS THE FARMERS TRADE lauu Willi ni O, Jt I -- I M H osrrTXo r SGCiEK has planned some signals danger to a person's - McCHESNEYTHEMAM FOR VICTORYiM KOVEKSER Temperance Vote In Country Districts and Mountains Will Mor Than Make Up For Liquor Men Who May Bolt Elections of Last Few Years Prove This ttne liquor candidates and the liquor i rest of the Deinocrat'-- j tic" t. Even, organs in their desperate efforts to In Louisville, which he ca..led by a stem the rapidly incroasing strength large majority, he ran nearly 2.500 of Mr. .McChesney, and to prevent, if votes behind the majority of the Dempossible, what seems to be his prob- ocratic nominee for Congress; in Kenton county able nomination as the Democratic ceived 1.8S9 (city of Covington) he revotes less than voto candidate for Governor in the August for the Democratic nominee the Confor primary, have been industriously cir- gress; in Campbell couHty (city of culating the report that Jf he is nomi- Newport) he received 1.G32 less; in nated he can not be elected in No- Fayette county (city of Lexington) building, with adjacent cottages, Is the only place In Kentucky for vember. by They base this statement THIS reception of any case of tuberculosis except for the Jefferson county upon the Idea that the whiskey and which he should have carried so it1.200. he carried by only 197; and wa3 institution, Waverly Hills Sunatorium and the little Jackson nill Sana- beer Democrats would not vote for In every city where there was a liquor torium at Paducah. White patients in all stages of the disease may here re- him, or for any other dry Democrat. vote. Even in Henderson county, Mr. ceive the essentials of treatment namely, medical supervision, fresh air, rest If he is nominated. In other words, Stanley's home. Governor Beckham nnd correct diet. The rates are $12.50 per week. Any person Interested in they admit that, although the liquor ran about 2d.' or 250 votes behind the ticket, Stanley made a obtaining treatment here should address Dr. Oscar O. Miller, Resident Physi- Democrats will take a very active part speech even though the election, there before in the primary against McChesney, cian, IlazelM-ooSanatorium, Rural Free Delivery No. 2, Louisville, Ky. The they will for the ticket, but It happennit hesitate, if he is nomihead nurse Is Miss Catherine Hooe of Louisville. nated, to bolt his nomination and vote ed tli at in the five or six places where Prominent physicians from all sections of the state comprise the medical for the Republican ticket. There is he did speak in that campaign, Beckadvisory board, of Miilch Dr. Ap Morgan Vance is chairman. F. A. Sampson some truth In that threat, for that is ham, the nominee, lost votes, for Stanjust what they have been doing for ley's speeches were not intended to Is superintendent many years. Most of them do not help him. Notwithstanding all of this seem to be bound, by any sense of hon- defection and bolting. Governor Beckor or obligation, to support the nomi- ham won over his Republican opnee after they have taken part in the ponent, Governor Willson, by 32,000 primary. Admitting to be true their majority, the largest majority given of purpose to bolt if Mr. McChesney is to any Democratic candidate In 25 or nominated, and that is what this tark 30 years. So the threat of Mr. Stanley amounts to when they say he could and his whisky and beer supporters not be elected, let us see whether or proved to be fatile and empty. It is the same old trick they ar not it is to be feared. The people of Kentucky remember trj Ing to v. ork igain on the Democrats very well that In the Senatorial pri- this year. But It will fool only tho mary laBt year, the same kind of talk unthinking or the ignorant. Mr. Mcand threats were used against Govern- Chesney is undoubtedly the strongest or Beckham. Mr. Stanley, the liquor candidate the Democrats can nomicandidate for the Senate then, as he is nate for Governor. He will be electf I tiie liquor candidate for Governor now, bejed doubt; he may lose many very used the same argument; so did the wet Democrats in the liquor centers, same liquor newspapers. "What this just as Beckham did last year, but ha argument amounted to in effect was will more than make it up in the counthat, If Beckham was nominated, the try districts end in the mountains. He whiskey and beer Democrats would is receiving the assurances of thoubolt him, while If Stanley should be sands of temperance Republicans and nominated he would get all of those Independents that they will support votes and also the votes of the tem- him, if he is nominated over Mr. Morperance Democrats, who would be too row, who Is well known as a wet man. honorable and too good Democrats, to It is no use for Mr. Stanley toargu bolt the party nominee after they had that, because the Republicans will taken part In the primary. The result nominate a wet candidate for Goverof that primary should be fresh in the nor on a wet platform, the Democrats memory of Kentucky Democrats. With should do the same thing, and get Into all the power and wealth of the dis- a race with the Republican ticket to tilleries, the brewories, and the saloons see which can bid the highest for tho back of blm, Stanley was defeated by whiskey and beer votes of the state. a substantial majority. Beckham was The people of Kentucky are not going nominated and a large majority of the to elect as Governor of the state a liquor Democrats did bolt him hi the liquor trust man, and Mr. Stanley November election. It Is necessary might as well stand aside. The people Commission equipped a railroad coach with an exblMt Tuberculosis only to look at the returns from that know that their chance to beat the wet THE tuberculosis and how to prevent the spread of the disease election to demonstrate it. Rt publican candidate Is with Mr. Mcand has sent It to many points In the state. By means of picture-- , deIn all of the cities and liquor centers Chesney as the Democratic candidate scriptions, toy houses and electric devices the whole story of the cause, cure "Reckham ran considerably behind the He will bo nominated and elected. and prevention of consumption is told in graphic form for the passerby. In a little over a year G8,00(LpeopIe have been reached In all sections of the state. Especial pains have been taken to reach teachers and school children so that FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETOHER'sS this message of good health may be communicated through them to as many i people as possible. -jJy d - BARKSDALE HAMLETT WILL BE THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. Barksdale Hamlett, of Christian and mechanical arts, is a recognized County, the leading candidate for the guide for the conduct of the schools Democratic nomination or Secretary not only of Kentucky, but for many of State, declares for Kentucky a sev- other States. He has accomplished the establishen months' school term, with .a per capita of $5.25, an increase of 75c ment of county high schools accessibly located in every county in over last year. . The establishment of a seven He has stood for and promoted the months' school term with the increase of the teachers' salaries, and without employment of and accomplished for I an increase of taxation, is the greatest the schools of Kentucky the services educational achievement in the history of teachers of the highest scholarship, of Kentucky, as as the greatest character and personalty. Under his administration of the pubfinancial achievement. The man has lic school system of Kentucky, there taken rank as an expert a wizard of all of finance among the leaders pf the has been a vital factors looking to the improvement of Commonwealth. When he Ment into office four Kentucky's industrial conditions. He has lent his best efforts to the years ago, there was a deficit of sevhundred thousand dollars in the building of good roads and to secureral treasury of the school fund. He re ing the consolidation of schools where-cCand whenever practicable, that adjusted completely - the system of school finance in such away as to the gfsatgst good might he accom pay off the deficit; to Increase the per plished at th& least possible cost to capita from $4.00 to $5.25; to pay the the people. teachers promptly every month a' One of the chief functions of the thing never done before in the his- office of Secretary of State is memtory of Kentucky; and to accomplish bership on the State Board of Educa the end for which he has labored for tion. In this capacity he will coneighteen years, that of giving tcL the tinue to give his best efforts and servpeople of Kentucky a permanently es- ices to the cause of education. As a member of the State Board of tablished school system with a term Valuations and Assessments, as a of seven months. While State Superintendent of Pub- member of the Sinking Fund Comlic Instruction, he has established new mission, and as a member of the State precedents, serving personally as a Printing Commission, Mr. Hamlett leader in the field. He has given to will serve the people and conserve the people of Kentucky a school free their finances as he has done in the and accessible to every child, in management of the school funds of every rural district in Kentucky. His the State, and if the people will elect personal leadership has brought about others like him on these boards, Kenimproved facilities in the office of tucky will soon be out of debt and every County Superintendent in Ken- her finances bo In a most prosperous condition. tucky. A young man at the age of thirty-siHe secured a rational and effective having served faithfully for four compulsory attendance school law, by which the attendance in the public years in one of the most important schools of Kentucky has increased positions of trust in the gift of the more than 35 per cent, placing Ken- people of Kentucky, he now seeks the tucky In the foremost ranks of the endorsement of his party if the peoStates of America for educational and ple think he has served them well. If his record has been good, If his servindustrial progress. The Course of Study prepared by ices have been worth anything to the Mr. Hamlett as' Superintendent of State of Kentucky, then the people of Public Instruction, embracing the ele: Kentucky Mill certainly elect him Secjnents of agriculture, domestic science retary of State. Ken-tuck)'. V x, Streaks of red in the sputum. Sixth. Sweats at night. Any one of these things may Indicate tuberculosis, and they may Indicate scinetiilng else. If any one of them persists more than a month without any sign of recovery, go to a doctor and ask for a careful examination. It may not be tuberculosis, but it is best Fifth. to know exactly. Do not trust in any patent medicine to relieve you of any of these symptoms. Mst patent medicines do more' harm than good. This information, given by the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission, is ac-- i urate, and a knoMiedge of those things iipplled to your own condition, if you have tuberculosis, may lead you to the physician In time to be saved. Home Treatment For. 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