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Mount Vernon signal: August 13, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915081301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 13, 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. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. piiiu HI il i 4wsm COUNTY, KYM L sr Established 1887 NUMBER 43 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915 I GREAT CLOTHI NG SALE OU CAN SAVE en's 8l oys' BSuits 50o Speciol premium by S.F. Bowman Original Story, Sadie Parsons, Vernon Cox. ;.VV s : : : t N 9 STOCK 09 Mare mule, under one year, 09 Burgess Hysinger John 2nd; nmv mule over one and 9 under two, Gus Staverson; mare mule over two nnd under three, 9:55; Alfred Owens of Wm. Arnold, Garrand; mare mule atjy age, Harrison Mink, Walter Gilliam; best horse mule under one year old, Joe Norton, W. C. Burdett; horse mulo over one and under two, Tack Hysinger; horse mule over two and under three, Win. Arnold. Sam S. Purcell; horse mule any age, Win. Arnold, John :::::tt:::: 1 :: 1s ::: . :t ? n:: :::tt ? t ::::::: 1 :: s :: s :tJ: -s ' 'Clii 9 9 9 9 lt. De-Bo- rd BAKER'S MT. VERNON "99 KENTUCKY -- aB 9 9 9 9 9 9 Burdett; best mule, regaidlessof age or sex, sweepstakes. Harrison Mink, Walter Gilliam; three gaited saddle ring, Roy Beazley, Russel Niceley; Special Rockcastle Rings best saddle mare or gelding, E R. C T. Sigmon; sadd'e Gentry, any age, Roy Beazley, stallion Chint Lear; harness mare or geld- idg any, R. S. Jett, E. R Gentry; h irness mare or gelding any age, R. S. Jett, E. R. Gentry; harness model stallion, C T. Sigmon; regardless of age or sex, J. horse J. Noe, Roy Beazley; combined mare or gelding, Special by E.R. Gentry, R. S Jett; brood mare and family of three colts by her side, Special by F. L. Durham, We Beg Greatest Sale To Advise That We Have Bought we are making great sacrifices in order to move stock quickly. We find we have en- tirely too much cloth- ing at this season so $20.00 values at J 8.00 values at 16.50 values 1 At a Discount Much Below Cost, Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses and Childrens House Dresses, &c. &c. And We Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling Event in FOR CASH A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and $4.00 12.50 11.50 10.00 : Prices will be special premium by C. A. Davis, M. G. Fish, Nancy Rucker. 12-5values will make new named 0 Records, and no Live RACES 1st Day Trotting 1 values Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. Charles Lyle of Madison 1st. 2nd. J. M. Lowim of Madison Boy's Suits from $1 to 3rd. C.JL. Dudder of Lincoln. RUNNING Race, Rockcastle coanty plug horses, W. T. Sow-de- r, S. B. McKenzie; mule race, Jae Fletcher, W J. McCracken ot (T Laurel. R jj Second Day Best bull calf under one year old, J. W. Norton, C. T. Sigmon; bull calf over one and under two would take this entire paper, were we to name each Gus Staverson, Jarv Noe; bull item we have to offer you, so we content ourcalf any age. J. W. Hilton, C. T. Official Vote in Rockcastle in the District and County Races: Sigmon; heifer calf under 1 year selves by saying, Fish, Jim Arnold; heifer calf Robt. over oue and under two, Robert Representa- - Circuit Common Circuit Fail to see Big Stock of Clothing new State Senator. tive. Judge wealthAtty CourtCl'rk Fish, Jim Noe; best cow, any age and up-to-d- ate Priee, nearly One-ha-lf Gus Staverson, Jim Arnold; mare colt, under one year old, C T. Sigs a a u o w 03 o o Less Cost and 3 mon, H. C. Jones; mare colt over i a o ' a. o Precinct. a O c, c CI "5 01 one and under two, J. B. Livesay; In C o to make m EG Q fa mare colt over two and under 3, 156 G GG IS n9 28 34 152 East Mt Vernon X20 45 Carpets and for less. 9 33 Bruggets and 4 E. C. Lane of Madison; mare" 132 35 6q 9G IS' 81 89 S 12 74 6 63 no West Mt. Vernon any age, E, C. Laue, R S. Jett; 1 05 S7 7 74 9 G7 80 65 17 86 20 75 Roundstone 3l o brood mare rnd suckling colt at G6 8 74 51 9 1 G4 iG 78 5i 26 Scaffold Cane 63 ft 99 1 (J3 i 38 60 13 16 65 r side, Burgess Hysinger. C. T. Crooked Creek 2l 10 9 37 44 10 Gi 31 58 9 83 Orlando 35 i5 29 5 5 I5 Sigmon ; horse colt under one year 7i 9 9 41 i3q 9 84 iOG 29 Livingston 70 i4 10 20 74 75 ::::3)D old, J. B. Livesay, Henry Mink; 9 17 39 81 78 6 8 88 4 i4 39 72 Walnut Grove 9 i 27 horse colt over one and under two, 9 -2 G iG 7l 30 6 67 i5 37 72 79 44 43 Browns 9 Special premium by Louisville 9 49 1 26 162 24 r 73 73 16 Rrodhead 5 '65 4S .V 43 9 E G 48 5 38 ( 37 Retail Merchants Association, C. Powers 12 ii tl 32 37 7 40 9 3G 66 42 49 3i 7 12 -38 2 1UC XI 1X1 ................ .... 7 57 T. Sigmon; horse colt over two 9 j 9 and under three., Roy Beazley, 9 9 9193 i26 122 352 i72 818 470 1124 599 959 59 1 1 003 67G Total Morgan Helton; best horse, any : m: 68 348 180 Pluralitv 32" 525 iUl a Aa age, E. O. Lane, R. S. Beazley, i iii :::: t! model horse, regardless of age or Vulus Dowel; clover, Geo. Weider- - B. vVatson, Lucy Banks; door rug P. B. Evans, of Laurel, E. C. Lucy Banks, sex, Grace B. Watson, hold, Gus Staverson. combined liorse, regardless j Vernon home knit yarn sqeks, Grace D Lane; thing but electioniring. Chas. nett's Chapel, last Wednesday Lane, C T. Sigmon; RACES: Cakes, Jellies etc. Watson, Mrs. Lizzie Sigmonjhome of age or sex, P. B. Evans, T. B. Trotting, Fay Wilkerson, Jesse Chandler is very sick with fever. I evening. W. E Hasty is i ufferLula McCoy, Ella knit gentleman's gloy.es, Berry Dunn, oi Boyle; running walker, Rogers and C. L. Dudder; Bicycle White cake, Mrs. W. H. Brown and two lit- ing very much with ailaria, W. Franklin: best cake, any kind, Hopkins, Luoy Banks; ladies regardless of age or sex, Chint race, Ralph Griffin 1st, Hester tle daughters, Berniceand Rufb, M, Snyder returned last veek Lula McCoy; marble cake, Judith gloves, Georgia Miller, J. W. Par Lear, R. S. Jett; team of horses or Parsons 2nd, and Julian Miller who have been hure for three fvom a few days' visit at Corbin FARM PRODUCTS Hysinger; co sons; table cloth, Mrs. Sadie mules, Thomas J. Mink, Will 3rd. Mule race, Joe Fletcher, weeks, will retura to their home Earnest Cummins, who has On wheat, George WiederholdjThomPson L01" RACES coanut cake. Bell Lear. Judith Moore, Mrs. S. H. Martin; silk Langford; at W. McAlister, Okla., Saturday. been very sick for two weeks, 1st, T. E. Lair, 2nd, White corn Trotting, C. T. Finley, of Ten- Cecil Wiederhold. Thompson; marshmellow cake, embroidery, Grace B. Watson, Misses Ola and Kate DeBord shows but very little sign of im- H. C. Jones and Jarvis Noe. YelMrs. G S. Hiatt, Carrie Hysing- Lucy Banks; cotton embroidery, nessee, 1st. Rogers, of Knoxville, were visiting relatives at Catron, provement. His condition U serlow corn, B. Burdett, Jarvis Noe. $i00 Reward i00 3rd; green er; chocolate cake, Mrs. G. S. Mrs. J.W. Mcllquham, Josie Per- - 2nd. Lowen of Wieder-SiolKy., a part of l3st week. Mrl. G. ious. R. H. Brown attended Oats, E. B. Brown, Geo. The readers will be pleased tr C. Sal-liHiatt; old fashioned corn pone, ciiul; silK quilt, Mrs. C. D. Sutton county trotting race, S.B. McKen-zi- e Brodhead Price and little daughter. Fair, Wednesday. Rye, W. G. Hysinger. C. T, Sigmon; mule race, Gus learn that there is at least one Mrs. G. M. Ballard, Glatha Hiatt, Mary Doau; crochet cotton, Mrs. of Judson, Ind., are here for a Mrs. May Niceley, Mrs, W. H. has dreaded disease that science Green Beans, Luther Cummins, C. Mol-li- e Claud Griffin, Mrs. C. D. Sutton; Staverson, W. J. McCracken. been able to cure in all its stages months' visit with relatives and Brown and children ,spent Monday T. Sigman. Sweet potatoes, An- Alias "Sisto Hiatto." biscuit, THIRD DAY Hall's friends. Mrs. J.M. Broyles, who with their auat Mrs. Hattie Langford, Judith Thompson; drawn work, May Mullins, Mrs. and that is Catarrh. na Shumate. Farmer Helton. Ir Cure is the only positive got her leg broken about five Catarrh at Plato. Miss Grace ish potatoes, Burgess Hysinger, R. salt rising bread, Josie Perciful, S. EL Martin; battenburg, Grace Harness mare or gelding any cure now known to the medical Ella Franklin; yeast bread, Mrs. B. Watson; pin cushion. Mrs. T. age. Special premium by Dr. M. weeks ago, is getting along nicely Thompson, and brother, Russell, T. Onions, C. W.. Henderson Catarrh being a fraternity. .Sigmon, Anna Shumate. Tur Gus Staverson; peach preserves W. Mcllquham, Grace B.Watson; Pennington, P. B. Evans, C. T. constitutional disease, requires a and will soon be able to be Uken of Kin;:s Mt., are spending a few nips, Sam McClure. Jas. Arnold. Mis. John Crawford, Mrs J W. sofa pillow, Mrs. C. C. Adams, Sandidge of Lincoln: harness stal- constitutional treatment. Hall's to her heme at Plato A much-neede- days with their aunt, Mrs. Mattie rain fell here Tuesday af- Ui. Price. There will be services B. F. Bradley, Sam Mcllquham; pear preserves, Anna Sadie Moore; chair cushion, Sadie lion any age, C. L. Duddar, of Catarrh Cure is taken internally Tomatoes, Shumate, Bell Lear; tomato pre- Moore, Grace B. Watson; cut Lincoln, E. 0. Lane; harness horse acting directly upon the blood ternoon. Corn' in general was at Friendship next Saturday and McClure; beets. D. H. Talent, sysW. J. Sunday, co. itucte.i by George Mrs. Cash Hntt; dried apples, serves, Ella Franklin; apple pre- Sowers, Langdon Schodl; cake of regardless of age or sex, sweep- and mucous surfaces of the the practically burning up, tem, thereby destroying serves, Judith Thompson, Myrtle butter, W. T. Hysinger, Judith stakes, Special by C. C. Davis, C. Jarvis Noe, Mrs. Bostic; cucumof the disease, and Brown was "down from Crab Or Darger, of Y..o.l .ck. Mrs. M. Harriat Shumate; quince preserves, Mrs. Thompson; sweet pickles, Mrs. L. Dudder, P. B. Evans, best Jer- foundation patient strength by chard, Sunday, and spent the day E. Price u bers, Sidney McClure, little daughter, giving the Burdett; cabbage, Drew Harper, John Cummins, Clyde Mullins; John Crawford, 1st and 2nd; dis sey cow, Ramey Richards; pony building up the constitution and with his father and mother, Mr. Joyce, returned Wednesday fiom Burgess Hysinger: butter beans, cherry preserves, Myrtle fahumate play of canned fruit, Langdon and rig shown in harness and un- assisting nature in doing its and Mrs.'W. H. Brown. Arthur a few days -- lay w.th her daughter, .The proprietors have so Sweeney, who has been in the Mrs. F.L M11 lins. Bernard Franklin; mango peppers Virginia Crawford; strawberry School; cucumber pickles, Margie der saddle, Special premium, Bent-l- y work. much faith in its curative powers Sparks riding for I. W. Fish, Martha Jones, Mrs. Cash Hiatt; preserves, Ella Franklin, Judith Parsons, Mary Burton. they offer One Hundred Doll- west for twenty years, and for Crab Orchard, little Robert Sparks that for aud case it fails to cure. some time was not heard of, is i jcodr Cough Can Bb Stopped apples, Jesse Fish, Onie Silvers; Thompson; apple jelly. RosieiTay-lo- r, Maps, Etc. By Rockcastle Puars saddle mare or gelding any age, C. Send for list of testimonials peaches, Tom Price, Golden Jones Mrs. J. W. Mcllquham; grape now at the home of his uncle, Dr. Using pils. Special Premium by caie o avoid draughts, exT. Sandidge. T. B. Dunn: saddle Address: E. f. Chrney & Co. white grapes, Martha Jones, Alice jelly, Miss Joe Davis, Judith G. B. Lawrence, at this place. Woman's Club. posure, sudden changes, and takToledo, Ohio. stallion, any age, Special premium Xear; black grapes, Mrs. C. C Thompson; plum jelly, Anna Shu Mrs. Mary E. Curley is slowly ing a treatment of Dr. King's Product map, United States. Sold bv all Druggists, 7sc. by E. S. Albright, C. L. Dudder Davis, Mrs. Roy Beazley; cante-loup- mate, R. W. Henderson; peach Ella Mae Coffey; improving. Mrs. C. M. Nelson New Discovery will positively reset of six maps, E. C. Lane; saddle liorse Take Hall's Family Pills for Jarvis Noe. D. H. Talent; jelly, Bettie Parsons, Bell Lear. regardand brother, Edd Jones, spent a lieve and in time will surely rid Ella Mae Coffey; map of Kentucky constipation. you of your Cough. The first of age or sex, G. L. Dudder, less pumpkin, Luther Cummins, Alice Quilts and Fancy Work etc. part of last week with relatives at dose soothes the irritation, checks Willie Coffey; best composition, T,,B. Dunn; Fancy turnout, SpecCalico quilt, Georgia. Miller, An .Simpson; squash, Jim Arnold, Science Hill, Ky. The wedding your cough, which stops in a Cecelia Walton; best set of Letters LEYEL UKEEN. ial premium by Joe Grauman of Sidney McClure: tobacco, H. C. na McKenzie; Calico comfort, Mrs of Miss Alma Burton, daughter short time. Dr. King's New business and social, Nannie TayLouisville, P. B Evans, Llody Cr Jones, Golden Jones; broom corn J. A. Landrum; home made coverof Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Burton Discovery has been used successWell, as the primary and fairs lor; six button holes, Reua Sow- fully lor 45 years counterpane, Lane; roadster mare or C. T. Sigmon; let, Lucy Banks; G. M. Sigmon. der; Handmade garment, Oni Sil- any ageK Special premium, gelding are over we will try to send and Mr. W. H. McQaarv, son of eed, to cure you. and is guarantMoney; back by Wm su gar cane, Milton Moore, B. B. Mrs. Tyree Gentry, Lucy Banks; vers; handmade household article Poynter, C. L. Dudder, E. C. Lane another letter. It has been useless the late Frank McQuery, two of ft. fa1c S!Ia O VkSNttlc ot.. Taylor; millet, J. W. Parsons, H, worsted quilt, Mary Orton, Lucy (wood) Ella Mae Coffey. roadster stallion, any age, Special to send one heretofore for there Pulaskis most prominent youg broggist. hcost only a little" awl Q. Jones; Timothy, W C. JDowell, Banks; home made blanket, Grace Life of Joseph I by Commercial Club. E. O. you m mod to be no space tor. any- - people, was sokmmaai atBar 5.00 values, Plaids 0.00 Jack Hysinger, W. C. Burdett; best suckling colt by Fire Chief, 8.50 7.50 $7.50 the History of the Trade. that Low OUR STORE WILL BE Every Suit Guaranteed oucton -- & McBee Brim Full of Bargains SOLD EVERYTHING It AT A SACRIFICE "COME ASp SEE' than must Don't Our at CS SHOES SLIPPERS at up. Matting Rugs 4-- Our Motto "SELL IT FOR LESS jP I- 1. f Premiums Awarded AtMt. dAasB""v IZZZ.'Iiiii''9 ...aavvv i:;tiiiiiiiitiiiMiii 9i,...99999999e9999'9 - 9" 9" MT. VERNON KENTUCKY AKER'S "9 Fair v - d. e, Mc-Qua- ry d k e. 1 91 ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Aug 13, 1915 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. TJBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO HMMMWllUUMKMr. bly be set fur early September should not be a grea er success. iiinnTTTni., i "inn ' mr m i inn r m rpJM ,Minirn'a 1 aa mmim - " " -- ?- -- -- igimmitat . , f,r r liyi M m The stockholders directors and officers of the Association are fully determined to put on an exhibition second to none in the mountains. "All out for the Boone Way Fair" of 1Q16 jy 4 HflH. HM iBH K9 MMIM .tm t m a BM UH ka - M M H BA. k mhm - Wl sg--af m m Rl m JVA Ha I it One ol the best thingj clone in the mountains at late primary Advertising rates maae known on was the nomination ot Joe Bos application worth, of Middlesboro, for J.egis lature. He being the toiher 01 the Kentucky good roads law should be retained in the law making deMEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION partment at Frankfort the re inainder of his days, or as long a he wishes to be sent. One thing we can't understand why there should be any opposition whatever offered against his unanunou election every two years. HOW IT HAPPENED. Now, the primary election be ing over, let's get ba;k to rock building. STATE TICKET H B-f- IKBVIBm BBB BBh BBBBH BBM BBBBI BBb) BBbI BBBBa SB The overwhelming victory for A. 0. Stanley for the Democratic nomination for Governor in the primary election on Saturday was no surprise to us. It was not so much a personal triumph of one candidate over another, as it was a victory for County Unit law over State wide prohibition. This was made the Jreal issue in the campaign, as much as if there had been & direct vote on the question itself instead of a vote between the two contending candidates, Stanley and McChesnev. Mr. Stanley declared on every stump that, if elected, he would veto anyT)ill passed by the Legislature to repeal the County Unit and would stand for any act to make the enforcement of the law more effective. Regardless of Mr. Stanley's former attitude on One Farm Free! Near Mt. Vernon, Ky. Count From Practical!) All Counties Has Now Been Received. Frankfort, August 11 Al most the entire vote of the state has now been received and the following men have been nominated by the Democrats to make the race against the Republicans in November. A. O. Stanley for Governor. James D. Black for Lieutenant Governor. Robert L. Green for Auditor Sherman Goodpaster for Treas- K, urer. Barksdale Hamlett for Secretary ot State". V. 0. Gilbert for Supeiinten-dento- f this question, the temperance Public Instruction. people, who had made the plat Mat Cohen for Commissioner ot form of 191 1, which resulted in Agriculture. the adoption of the County Unit Rodman Keenon for Clerk Coun law, took Mr. Stanley at his word of Appeals. and voted for him Mr. Stanley owes his nomination and his tremendous majority to the County M. M. Log',n for Attv. General SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1915. On the above date at 1:30 p. mM on the premises, I will offer at Public Auction, some choice Baby Farms containing 5 and 10 acres each. These farms have been cut from the best part of the farm .formerly known as the John W. Miller orchard and are especially adapted for fruit growing and truck gardening or any other kind of intensive cultivation. lf These farms are located one-hamile east of Mt. Vernon on the historical Boone Way and the National Dixie Highway. 3 Why '- These Farms Make Desirable Homes: , . voted for in Rockcastle at the November election: Edwin P. Morrow for Governor Lieut. Gov Lewis L. Wallker, of Lancaster. Secretary of State James T. Lewis, of Whitesburu Attorney General T. B. Mc Gi egor, of Frankfort Superintendent of Public InMr. Stanley carried more than struction R. P. Green, of Bowthree-fourth- s of the dry counties ling Green. CommissioneY of Agriculture and more than four-fifth- s of the Democratic dry counties. Barren W. Hanna, of Shelbyville. county, which gave Beckham 000 Treasurer Wm. Hunter. For Clerk Court of Appeals majority last year, gives Stanley hlarl C. Huntsman, of Scottsville. lOoO. Warren, which gave BeckState Senator B. C. Lewis ham 400, gives Stanley 600. and Representative: E Bullock. Owen, another strong "dry" Circuit Judge B J. Btthurum county, gives Stanley more than 1,000 majority. In the dry Commonwealth's Atty W. N. Democratic counties alone Mr Flippin. Stanley defeated Mr. McChesney Circuit Clerk- - - T. J. Niceley. by more than 25 000 rotes, which shows conclusive that the dry voters of the State nominated the Henderson man. The issue between County Unit and State Prohibition having been fought out in the primary and tet tied there is absolutely no reason why every Democrat should not give to the ticket nominated last Louisville Woman Finds Speedy Saturday a most hearty and Relief by the Use of support. Mr. Stanley Tanlac made a brilliant and sensible campaign. He pitched his race upon Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Frank a high plane and won votes where-eve- r Pettis, wife of the well known he spoke. He is a splendid Democrat and has neyer deviated assistant chief electrician of the in the most hearty enthusiastic Louisville & Nashville railrcad, support of his party. He made who resides at 800 Camp is among the many more speeches for Beckham last year after Beckham had deteated women who have lound speedy him than Seeator Beckham made relief from serious illness by the for himself. He is entitled to the use of fanlac. Mrs. Pettis said: "I have been in a nervous, n same loyal party support from condition lot some time. Democrats which he has always We have known Mr My digestion was very poor, and given. Stanley ever siacehe entered upon I had difficulty in eating solid his political career, aad while we foods. I was so depressed in have never supported him for a spirits at time that I almost had nomination we know he is an hon a dread for the future. Tanlac proved to be just what est man, and that if elected GovThe medicine acted ernor every pledge he made the I needed. like a general tonic for me, I people upon the stump will be strictly adhered to. While there am improved in every way, and is some doubt, as we write this, I very cheerfully indorse Tanlac". Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon about most of the minor offices, we are confident a good ticket has at the drug store of Chas. C. been named and ona worthy of Davis and can also be obtained at the Central Drug Co., Livingthe support of every Democrat. Harry Summers in the Elizabeth-tow- ston and John Robins Drug Store Brodhead Ky. News Unit voters. The election returns prove this system conclusively. In Louisville, the strongest uwet' center, Stanley lost; in McCracken county, with the city of Paducah, another "wet" center, hejalso lost.' In Daviess county, another ' wet" county, he failed to get a majority of the vote, and in Covington and Newport he received a smaller per cent, of the vote than he did last year, when he ran agaimft On the other hand, Beckham. REPUBLICAN TICKET The following nominees the Republican ticket to be com-pos- e Large enough to support a family In the Graded School District Finest Orchard in the county . s Good Water Elevation 1 600 feet above sea level Fertile Soil underlaid with Coal Good Roads Market for surplus products Sufficient timber for building purposes Located midway between the two quarries and adjacent to Mt Vernon the home of the Boone Way and the iivest town in the Mountains You Don't Have to Bid, You Don't Have to Buy, Every person attending this sale will be given a ticket upon which to write his or her name and deposit the same with the auctioneer. all the farms are sold one ticket will be drawn by a disinterested party and the free farm awarded to the poison whose name appears on the vided such person is still present. In event he is not another ticket will be drawn. ti-ko- One Farm Free Just be present. TERMS OF SALE After r, pro- Has Proved lust What She Needed cash, balance in equal installments of six and twelve months, with 6 per cent interest on deferred payment5?. If you want a home in a splendid neighborhood, here's your chance, or as an investment it is a sure money maker, Bids will be considered from white people only. One-thir- d Don't forget the Date, ea Sat-- , Aug. 21, at 1:30 P. JV1. CAPT. W. H. DAVIS, ':The Silver Tongued Orator" Sales Mgr. A. 5. FURNISH, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Constipation Causes Most street,-Louisvill- e, Ills run-covv- This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Before You THE FACT THAT IT IS SEEKING - Your Business Accumulated waste in your thirtv feet of bowels causes ao sorption of poisons, tends to produce fevers, upsets digestion. You belch gas, leel stuffy, irritable, almost cranky. It isn't you Eliminate it's your coudition. this poisonous waste by taking one or two Dr. King's New Life Pills tonight. Enjoy a full, free bowel movement in the morning you feel so grateful. Get an original pills, from bottle, containing I 1 ), l)l N fBSWa IHES I wn-ir-.-n- . Ja$Ml iff I e 1? uiir ime i . Hand-mad- e r i oucu vasKeisttjs $$ is une.vcelld i"i ry i-- Coffins furnished M your druggist toda Good f'' for 25c. wmmmtm by Wire f ftJ'tiMP'rilllTll rTlfe Hearse sent to all parts of the County. jj j All orders S PromptlyJFilled jjj? And Is Prepared To Care For It jfeS5 cS8 Location: The West Phone 94-- c5 !& 15 iM j & ci & t& JiJJJJ!fctJlfr tJ!frJ n A sprain may be cured in about during a close year and with conrone-thirthe time required by the templated improvements in build-- i usual treatment by applying ig about the grounds for next Chamberlain's Liniment and obyear there is no reason why the serving the directions with each 916 ex hibition, which will bottle. For sale by All Dealers. d Our Fair having made a succes HOWTO CURE A oPRAIN." PEOPLES BANK Mt. Vernon & Kentucky room ,of the lower story of 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 business town. Any one desiring to engage in business should investigate the opportunity here offered. This room is either for sale or rent. For further informati n call on or address the Trustees of Jackson Lodge No. 73I F & 3t A. M. Livingston, Ky. 6-1- W. A. COX,i MT. VERNON, KY. A Medicine Phestfor 25c ( In this chest vou have an excell- -j ent remedy for Toothache. Bruis-- ' -- s. Sprains, Stiff neck. Backache, I those who use Sloan's Liniment, or better still, buy a 25c. bottle and prove it. All Druggists. Stone: Cut any size or sha?2. : 6 Neuralgia, Kheuimtism, and for direct from the quarry at a price, One 25c. e than you can build concrete, most emergencies. ottle of Suians T.iriuv nt does it Shipped anywhere. Get my price, nll-- this because thee ailments are systoms, not diseases, and Mt. Vernon, Ky are cured by congestion and in- you doubt, ask fUmmation. If H & - tX 3 a- - r The man who smiles when he The following is the official Crab Orchard Springs is having loses is a liar. count . in the various races in a fine run of custom. Ask about the FREE pictures One third oif the regular prices, Rockcastle: Mt. Vernon.JKy, Aug .3 1915 Fish's are giving: for cash trade. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. of all Men's Low Cuts at Fish's. For Governor: - McDermbtt A Home Free! Someone will 70" w hd toComm neo Ty The next big excitement is the l8 Stanev 974- - a0sworth s; Mc wan'No.SIGNAL draw the free farm Saturday Aug. sale of Baby Farms. Saturday phsnfiv 2qo. Sfnlv.s nuraHtv 4. onto wllti .. . , ww, . j 2ist. If you are there you may afternoon Aug. 21st. Governor: EdLieutenant be the lucky one. r If a man is afraid to say it him- wards 39; Black, 38 1 ; Gaines, 5; coal propo- self he nearly always asks a news- Byron, 3; Black's plurality, 342. Don't overlook the sition. There's coal there and paper to do it for him. Secretary of State: Mcyou can work it too, when you buy 51; Walton, 88; Arnett, 9; Topeka and Shawnee counties, Quary, your Baby Farm. P B.Co. Ilamlett, 122; Likens 9; Milli Loo is vi LLC i Nashville Kansas, have taxed themselves to Eugene Taylor and Theo. Par give a free county fair each year. ken, 3i; Hamlett's plurality 34. TIME TABLE. Auditor: Green, 43; Rhea, son Jr. of tho Buckeye section, '22 ncrtn Don't miss the sale of Baby 190; Colyer. 31; Rhea's pluraliP m who have been down with typhoid 3:56 am 21st. ty 147. Aug. Farms Saturday, 24 nortn are improving rapidly. 9.3 south ani When you see them you'll have to Treasurer: -- Hager,23; Terrell Be Vaccinated: Many have have one, that's all 1:1.1". a m 21 South 55: Goodpaster, 27. Terrell's already and those who have not alplurality i28. 1. kvDRUM. Aent. J as. If you'd like to own a good orready Deen vaccinated against tyCleric Court of Appeals: Phono No. 8. chard, here's one lor you '"ready phoid should do so at once. Lawrence, GO; Steger, 13; Keenon made". You don't have to wait Knterel at the Mt Vn..tn, K ivtoffice Why give half you raise to your for the trees to grow, they are al- 144; Keenon's plurality 84. "ail ii'"" ' as second-'- s Supt. Public Inst. V. O. Gillandloul? Own your own home, ready loaded with iruit. Come let the rnt pay f r it on the easy and see them and take your pick bert, 103; Rawlings, 48; Eubanks, I P K It 68; Gilbert's plurality 35. paym n pi .n. Buy a Baby Farm! on Aug. 21. Com. of Agriculture: - Fro has tjhoid. Dwiglit Fair of 1910 a The .it. Why They Can't Vote 72; man, Thornburrv, 81; Frank Mullins has typhoid fever success. A nice time was enjoyBefore women suffrage is grant- Cohen, 50; Thornburry's plurMrs. Sadie Moore is visiting in ed by visitors; the revenue more ed in Indiana the election laws ality 8. and a small than paid exDenses Berea. will have to be revis d A secRailroad Com. Stamper 58; surplus was placed in treasury. Stella Mae h'reeze lives Middle tion of the laws reads as follows: Jones, IO7; Jones' plurality 49. Walter Gray, President of the "The curtains in front of the town, Ohio. REPUBLICAN TICKET are Bricklayer's union of Louisville, booths must be of. sufficient height Claud and Ira Fredericks P. Morrow n33; For Gov:--the expert who laid brick in sever- from the floor to make the lower both very low with tvphoid. al buildings in this town, died in limbs of the voters plainly visible Lott F. McLaughlin, 51; Mrs. Luster Blair of Morehead, Louisville Monday from effects of to the election officers " Lieut. Gov: Osborn 241; Procis with Dr. and M rs. Francis. tor 65; Walker 2i2. a fall he received from a scaffold a Miss Bernice Landrutn is visit few days ago. W. T. Edmonds, with the Louis Sec'y of State: James P ing in Ashville. N. C. this week. ville Coffee Co. has the thanks cf Lewis 350; Cole 37; Cox 46. writer for two cans of Daniel Miss Bid Dolan is with relatives Services at Christian Auditor: Weber i78; Wilhoit Church for Sunday Boone coffee, received by parcel I36; Ashlock 34; Perkins 42. in the county for a few days visit. post. It proves to be an excellent R. G. Dix n and Ted Eversole Treas: Moore I54. Wallace grade and line flavor, put up in 101; Hunter 189. Sunday School 9 45 from London doing the were down "" pound cans. On sale at grocers. Preaching service 11 Fair. Clerk Court of Appeals: Call for Daniel Boone when you Spillmon 181; Huntsman 37, Mc Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Miss Catherine Yager of Tulsa, need next coffee. Preaching service 8 p. m. Coy 46 McGuire 74. Okla., is with relatives here for a Supt. Public Instruction: From the number of cases of visit. LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERR. P. Green 3o4. typhoid in Mt. Vernon it has alU. G. Baler, the Main street IAN CHURCH Commissioner of Agriculture:-Prat- er merch-m- t is very sick with ty most reached the epidemic stage 125: Rankin 185; H anna 4i and unless the disease subsides at phoid. The following services will be Patrick 18. looks to us that the health held Sundav. Lee McClure, a farmer living once, it j.ist south of town is very sick authorities should take steps to Sabbath School. Classes for all Circuit Court next Monday, a locate the source of the trouble. ages. Superintendent. Mr. John three weeks term. with fever. Lon-- j An article in this fssue copied Walton. Miss Agnes Eberheart of CARD OF THANKS. Preaching Service ir a. m. .was with Mrs. Sadie Moore from the Paris Democrat, will exdon, I wish to thank my friends'for " plain why Theodore Stockman, 7.45 p.m. during the Fair. tho loyal support given me in my failed to apA hearty welcome to all who Mr. and Mrs. Bev Evans of Lon- the Aeroplane man race for Clerk, and to say that I don, were with Judg.- - and Mrs. pear with his machine at Mt. come. We know nothing o class will always have a warm spot in Vernon Fair wheie he had distinctions. Come nut next Sun- my Ballard durii g the i heart for you. I also want to to give two days exhibi- - day ans worship with us. l! "eiv to say that I amior Mr. Niceley and Mrs. Cleo Brown Rev. John M. Macmillau. ull. :. tin morrow for a two v.i--- t the other nominees, first, last and Ch- s. Keller, one man and three all the time, and will do all in my per.-or.-s and Covin were in The followin g Somerset thru here Monday in power to secure their success in intertaiDed by Miss Jennie Marrow ladies-passe- d Livi is up fr Fred. Baker looking after iho jfiairs Miller at Crab Orchard Springs, a large Paige touring car on their November. So with a heart full wav irotti Aenia, unio. to Atlanta, of love for all whether for me or last Friday evening: during his father's illness. Miss Juanita Stotts, Mr. ard Ga The car has license 109,802. against me, I am as before the Mr. and Mrs. C. H. White and Mr. R. S. Jett. Messrs Louis This indicates that Ohio has ten election, your friend and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Adams have Miller, Gordon Eversole. W. T. DAVIS. Dewitt cars where Kentucky has one. returned to Mt. Carmel. ill. Then people to the north- of us Vandiver, Cecil Mahan and Iisah Miss Lilian Newlan and brother Donovan. NOT SO STRANGE are so anxious to the mounHubert, of Pittsburg, are guests of tains that they cant wai- - for the AFTER ALL A test of the Old Spout spring Miss uth Landrum this week. construction of Dixie and Boone water recently made, snows the You may think is strange that Miss Juanita Stotts of Har rods-burg- , Way. When these roads are so many people are cured of same to be impure and judging has been the pleasaut guest these tourists will bring a con- stomach trouble by Chamberfrom the uumber of cases of tystant stream of gold into the of Miss lennie Marrow Miller for lain's Tablets. You would not phoid, many of whom used water however, if you should give them past week. the from this famous spring, it begins a trial. They strengthen and in In our next issue will appear a to look like the trouble or at leq.st J. Fish & Son announce that vigorate the stomach and enable full report of the splendid exbibt a goodly portion comes from the their large show windows are it to perform, its functions natudon of the Brodhead Fair which spout spring water. ready for the iUIjj corn and vege- rally. J Mrs. Rosle Rish, Wabash close today. Ind , writes, Nothing did me the Life of Joleph. The writers, table show. Anyone who desires least good until 1 began using Miss Myrtle Blanton and Mrs. Nora Orton, Arthur Thompson, to do so may show the best they Chamberlain's Tablets. It is deHallie Howard of Wallen's Creek, Vernon Cox and Sadie Parsons, have "ana every article entered cidedly the best medicine for Harlan county, are visiting Mr. who exhibited their writings at will be tagged or labeled, showing stomach trouble I have ever used" and Mrs. Joe Noe. For sale by All Dealers. Mt. Vernon Fair, are requested to who raised it. In order that there Mrs. J. J. Lawrence and daugh- hand their articles to Mr. Felix may be room to show everything ter, Mary Elizabeth, are visiting Bowman, who gave the special they suggest that no one euter Comer&forf the family of Dr. G. B. Lawrence premiums for the best original more than one article of the same near Level Green. story of the life of Joseph by a kind lor instance enter ouly one potato, one turnip or one pumpJim Adams who has been serv. girl or boy of Rockcastle. An exclusive music school Ogens September 7th. Com. i ng Uncle Sam nearly three years kin. Some prizes will be offered plete courses In Plano.Volce, AVIATOR STOcKMAN Violin. Organ. 'Cello. Publlo later. .at Ft. Bliss, Texas, is with hisjpar School Music. Theory. Bar. monT. Langnif es, classes tn INJURED. History of Music. Ensemble ents Mr. and Mrs. Al Adams Playlnz and Sight Heading, both Tocalandlnstrumental. Diplomas Issued. Artist and student recital advantages. f,ouis Miller has a good job with Dormitory for girls. Tuition low. For catalog address Louinille ConitmUrr of HiiIe.Eiz401b.LnlnllU,Kft It wasn't Aviator Stockman's 1 the fJpjohn Co. traveling in Southeastern Ky. Floyd Miller fault that he didn't "zibit" here took his place in Cbas. C. Davis' Saturday afternoon The climax to the series of accidrug store. . . iJ.iS.jjrjji-.lJS.JSSS;;;- ; dents which have beset the nervy Mr. Holmes Cummins was down from Middlesboro, Tuesday and birdsman sinca his inaugural ! Wednesday. While here he Was flight at Parks Hill some months in consultation with xMr. Maret ago, came Saturday afternoon. Stock BJan had made a start for the purpose of securing data for magazine articles from his- from the Hancock farm on the torical data furnisht by our chief Winchester pike near Pftric and was skimming rather Jqw syhen road boosters. engine working badly, he was, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Ramsey of his V compelled to make a detour and Indianapolis. Ind., Mr. and Mrs. landing place, Jupfc Sherman Mink, Miss Ellen Todd return to the ' of Corbin, Vale Wright, of Brod- after passing over the pike Jus a big head, Mr. and Mis. M. F. Craig, machine swerved struck gate post, and was demolished, NIT. VERNON. KY. and Miss Sallye Owens of Quail, was thrown from, his ? visited the family of Mr. and Mrs Stockman striding on his side and E CATER ti. the young folks J. C. Taylor and attended the Mt. seat with a complete line of shoulder. Four ribs were broken 'Mt. Vernon Fair. Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and his arm pierced through by and to the old folks with all kinds striking the sharp end of one of of recnnsrructive' tonic and LOCAL the broken bamboo stays. system builders. Get it at Fish's and you get the He was removed to the Massie Memorial Hospital where he is best. Mr at McCormick and Deering repairs at present resting comfortably. The streets of Paris were fllkd Home of TANLHC She at Fish's. with a crovd eager to see Stock." 'Phono No. 39 A. W. Bastin was out from Lan- man duplicate his remarkable caster visiting Mr." Marct and the flight of the preceding Saturday, " ' Fair. md they wer greatly disappoint ' Ladies especially welcome at the cd when it became generally I . . .l i Sale Aug. 2tst and everyone has a known that the accident had 22Z22222222S22222!2'5,,,,," hapnened- .- Palis Democrat. chance on the Free farm. MIMHIII MT. VMM S1GNA 79 7 w-.- -- -- - I CLEAN-UV. ! P - 4 5-- 4 11-3- 0 OUR REGULAR PRICE OFF n 1 and STAR on all our well-know- SA for men. BATES Brand Oxfords n E We have hundreds of pairs of these fine low cuts and they must go, and go quick, regardless of cost. Our fall lines are beginning to arrive and we must make room for the new things at once-Com- e and see what a little cash will do You know we sell everything for cash and save you money on every deal. Try us once for bargains and you will come again. in to-d- ay or to-morr- ow I THE CASH STORE We pay Parcel Post on orders of$I or more anywhere. Our leader in Boone Way Our telephone is No. 27 I- - con--icte- d - - gs-to- n, MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. & always working. Call us any time. mat- - vit ters has lour very interesting and most valuable scrap books, to whith he has been adding matter for past thirty years, relating to county history and local matters, and many other important Dave Jackson, one ot tho best most widely known traveling men, of Louisville, and a good roads man from "away back" was here with merchants and friends Wednesday andJThurs-day- . A warm welcome is right here all the time for "smiling Dave." Remember the K. of P. fair at Stanford next week. m oooi S 1 A FUND FOR p m fin-is- ht T liked, and INDEPENDENCE. The Fourth of July, when we celebrate the independence of our Nation is a good tine to think also of Financial Indep M'fiie. What are you going to di. when you become old ? louwiHe KMusic THE CASE OP L. CANTELOU. I. Consider ihe great importance of a banl ii. count and systematic ilpnstts tvhil" ou are young and earning mot t y. Now is just the time to start an account with us and we daily invite you to come in and open one. 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Oliiflden .Gry e A S TOR A - : CHAS. C several months, and using dififer-en- tj kinds of medicine for my wife who had been troubled with 3evere bowel complaint for several months, I bought a 25c bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia ind Diarrhoea Remedy. After using the second bottle she was entirely cured" For sale by All Dealers. DROVE The case of L. L. Cantelou, Clarendon, Texas is similar to that of many others who have used Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Riarrhoea Remedy. He says, "After trying a doctor for The Bank of Mt. Vernon m M mm px and Sunday, AUCUST 15 00-CH17- J ii mm m ffl 7ST.CJ ? SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI ROUND TRIP l RETURN CITY DAVIS HIS FORD TO MID f Leading Druggist W CHAS. C. DAVIS .. DLKSBORO. Henry Anderson, who believes that there is but one automobile and that is "the Ford, drove to Middlesboro, a few days ago to take Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Cummins, who have made Stauford their home for the past six months. It tcok him three days to make the trip to the citv, but he returned in just half of the time. Mrs. Cummins is a magazine waiter and she wants to travel over the Boone Way and stop at the more historic points on the route. She took many pictures along the way and this took up a good deal of time. "My Ford ran all right and I had no trouble with it, but just beyond Hazel Patch we had to get a pair 'of mules to help us up a hill. The night was very dark, the ex-mag- ic $1. 5 O Ask FROM JUNCTION SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Ticket Agr- - 'or Particulars ket Agent ngtoa, Ky. I. G. KING, 101 Pr East MLn .i- - If hill was almost perpendiculai nu the recent rains had made it as slick.as glass. Another time we had to call for assistance, but it was where work was being done on the road between Pineville and Middlesboro, arid the gentlemen who had charge very cleverly loaned the use of a team to help us a short ways. The fellow at Hazel Patch wasn't so cJLever, J Ha madi ao pay $lo for an hours work" said Mr. Anderson, as hetold of his trip. Mr. and Mrs Cummins will remiin at Middles- -, boro some months, but it is more--tbaprobably that they will return to Stanford when the autumn leaves begin to fall. It is hopear so at any rate. Interior IournaL, n . r i .- - y r OUR PUBLIC FORUM F. C. Howe On The Advantages of Free Ports Mr. P. C. Howe, Federal Commissioner of Immigration, who Is one of the best American authorities on marine commerce, in discussing the relation of free porta to the development of sea trade said in part: "Ships will go hundreds of miles out of their way to avoid ports surrounded by a tariff wall. The only way, therefore, for a country with a tariff to compete In the country is to establish shipping world with a free ports at strategical points along its coast line. Germany has done so, and In a comparatively short period has built up a carrying trade which before the war was seriously threatening England's supremacy. Hamburg, one of the three German free uorts. now ranks as the second greatest seaport ki the world, its total foreign commerce in 1913 being only $6,000,000 under free-trad- e MASIE. COMMISSIONERS SALE Tames Hibbard, etc., Plaintiffs VS. ADVERTISEMENT OP R ,0 OF THE RAM ffy Am SALE Nannie Rice, etc., Defendants Byv virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its April term, 19 15, in the above styled action, I shall proceed to olfer for sale, at public auction at the front door ol the Couit House, in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky n Monday, the 16th. daj o August, 1915 it being the first lay of a regular term of thi Rockcastle Circuit Court between he hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock p. m , to the highes' ind best bidder, the following described property located ii rfockca'-tlCounty, Kentucky consisting of two tracks ol lam which are bounded as follows: Begii ning at a TRACT 1. mn stump between the tw soboolhouses close to the mouth f a dra n; thence N 85 E 2" poles to a white oak; thence S 11 E poles, pass a hickory and gun corner, in all i20 poles to a stoni at the end of the division line: thence with same N 81 y2 W ia2 poles to a popular on top of the ridge; thence S 68 W 83 poles t. a stone at a drain; thence N 34 E at 19 poles pass two black oaks in ah 85A poles to a stakt on the east fork of Camper.-Brancthence up the branch N 76 E 31 polea to a white oak and maple; thence up the branch N 76 E 31 pofes to a white oak and maple; thence N 7 E 64 poles to a poplar and dogwood on top of the ridge; thence East with the meanders of a drain 65 poles to the beginning, and containing 125f acres. TRACT 2. ' Beginning at a black oak and hickory, S E Cor ner to the original survey; thence S 82 W i34 poles to a dogwood; thence S'45 W 82 poles to a oa' in Cornett's line; thence N 3 B 11 poles to 4 black oaks and hickories Cor uett s corner to a 00 acre survey; thence S 89 W 34 poles to three white oaks; thence N 34- E 594 Doles to a stone at a drain; thence N 684; E 83 poles to a stone in the line running 11 east, then with it y 1 1 E 8 poles to the beginning, and containing 58 acres. TERMS: Said sale will be made on credit of Six Months and the Commissioner will take from the purchaser, or purchasers, bond, oayable to himself, with approved security for the purchase price bearing legal interest from dav if sate until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. The above described tracts of iand are being sold for the purpose of dividing the proceeds arising from the sale of same imong the plaintiffs and defendants in this action, after having first paid the cost of same out of the proceeds of tract No. 1. Sale to be made and proceeds to )e divided as provided in jndg tnent. e a-6h; - ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CHRISTIAN BIBLE SCftOOL CONVENTION TO BE HELD AT THE Children Cry for Fletcher's BRODHEAD CHK1ST1AN CHURCH Sunday, 9.30 9 45 August 29, 1915. Will H. Fish, Sec. Brodhead School Bible-School- " "Tho free port would offer great opportunity for financial operations, now made possible by the recent currency act. It would stimulate international banking, and would tend to shift the financial center of the world to this country. And America, by the logic of events, has become the natural center for the world's financing, Just as London became that center several centuries ago. when It shifted from the cities of the Netherlands. But the financial center will only move to this country when it becomes a clearing house of goods as well as of money. For credit the world over Is created by currently created wealth In transit or change so that our financial expansion is dependent upon the opening up of American ports to the clearance of the wealth of the world. A port should not operate to yield a return on the investment, but to develop the prosperity of the country." in recapitulating the advantages, Mr. Howe brings out the importance of the free port in developing our shipping and linking us with South America, Asia and Africa, and then concludes: "The most important gain is the direct gain to America. It will cheapen commodities by bringing great quantities of gorfils to our doors for importation or export, as trade needs demand. It will stimulate the growth of exporting houses, which can hold goods for an indefinite period without payment of tariff dues (often equal to the cost of the article itself) for disposal to meet tho trade demands of the whole world. It will upbuild international credit land shift to America an increasing and ultimately a predominant share in international exchange. ' "Finally, America Is the natural country to be the counter of the world. Its seacoasts face every other continent; it is tho greatest of all reservoirs at raw materials and foodstuffs. In iron and steel and standardized production It is In a position to compete with the world. But International trade (and this is always overlooked) must be reciprocal. It cannot be And credit balances cannot for any prolonged period be paid in gold. They can only be paid by exchange of wealth." one-side- that of New York. Chas. C. Dm is, Pres. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use lor over SO years, has borne the signature of a.iu lias been mado under his sonal supervision since its infancy. , CCcA&te Allow no one to deceive Ton in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-&JW-- ?-- ".Tust-as-goo- d" am. a.m. Praise service, Address "The Rural Addre3S7-"Elementary Castoria by the President 10.15 a.m. Ideal" OUR PUBLIC FORUM When the sheriff cries out "Oh! yes, Oh! yes, the court is now in session," the farmer should tighten the belt around his belly for it is he who pays the cost. When the lawyer says "May it please the court," the farmer has to shorten the shirts of his children for they must foot the bill and when the legislature announces "Be It enacted," unborn babes may well kick against their prison walls for they may live to pay the penalty. We have too many laws, too many lawyers and too much government. No man dares to run a business without lawyers to the right of him and lawyers to the left of him Expensive litigation and excessive legislation are clogging the wheels of progress. To meet this situation the railroads are ofttimes compelled to take off a train and put on a lawyer; the manufacturer is oft- times compelled to close down a furnace and put on a lawyer; the farmer if ofttimes compelled to sell a steer to pay the lawyers, for the man who digs in tho ground usually pays tho freight and every article which he buys carries oa the price tag court costs and lawyers' fees. There are In the TJnited States'115,000 lawyers and about twenty thousand courts oi various Jurisdiction which cost the people of this nation approxi xnately $1,600,000,000 per annum. It .costs more to run the legal affairs In. this nation than.it does to clothe all the people. It costs more to settle legal dis p:te than it does to run our educational and religious institutions and care lofhe health of all the people combined. Less than three per cont of our population are able to employ lawyers to interpret the mass of legal lore (that burdens our statute books. The. remaining ninety-seveper cent have Co take the raw stuff right out of tho mill. We are a government by lawyers and for lawyers. It Is they who are espionage, unrest and business disresponsible for the legislative cure-allturbance that Infest our statute books,-foat the source of most every law Thoy have in no case lowered the price of the commodity or la. a lawyer. benefited the people but they have burdened industry and restrained and have built up their profession until it dominates government, tyrannizes business and- terrorizes progress. There Is no more valuable citizen in our land than a patriotic, able, conscientious lawyer, seeking to direct the ship of state through the tortuous channels of 20th century civilization; piloting a business through the legislative billows that dash with maddened fury across its pathway and whose genius can calm the fear and command the confidence of the people in the integrity of Republican institutions, but there is no greater peril to society than a political lawyer who seeks to prostitute government, BtRin, business with suspicion and arouse distrust In the xnifids of the people. Unfortunately the latter class are a strong factor in the profession, ofttimes in high places, and unless the better class unite In driving the quacks from their midst an outraged public opinion will administer a rebuke that will" tumble the pride, crush the hope and smash the power of the profession and reduce its possibilities to ashes. n s, Hv? 2 T,,'Sp&a On Too Many Lawyers. Peter Radford by Wallace Haggard. c) "The Kind of Teacher We Need" by Miss Lou Phillips. a.m. Special Masic, by Johnetta School 10.50 - "How to Enlarge the Circulation 11.00 a.m. Addressof The Weekly Bulletiu in the couutry." by Prof. G, J. Wilson Address 10 minutes. Discussion 5 minutes. 1 1. 15 a.m. Address "Victories Under the Flag" by State Worker. a.m. (a) Appointment of Committees 1150 (dj Announcements. (c) Roll Call of schools by State Worker, each school responding by delegate risia. In order to be a banner county, each school must be represented by at teast one of the officers, make a written report and an offering for State Work. 12.00 M Adjourn for Diuner. 1. 00 p.m. Committee Meetings and Special Conferences. 1.30 p.m. Praise Service conducted by the Wildie School. 1.45 p.m. Address - "What the Sunday School Can Do For Rev Jack Lunsford It's Community" 2.15 p ra. Address" How To Make the Adult Class a Success" S. F. Bowman 3,00 p.m. (a) Report of County Secretary. (6) Report of Commitiees. (c) Convention Offeiing Address "The Temperance Standard" 3.20 John Lair 3 30 by Prof. J. S. Irvine 10.30 a.m. "The Sunday School and the Teens"' (a) "The Kind ot Class We Need" bj Will Thompson. (6) "The Kind oi Lesson We Need ' a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVonns and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant ii.se for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoja. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A is harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CENTAUR COMPAMV N C W YO K QLxvcu C ITV. IP rices Shot to Pieces kw -- F :JHXXKX! Z R 1 K Address ;' A 'The Bible-School'- s 3.50 4.00 Missionary Task" Kev. H. T. Young: Forward Look" State Worker.. Benediction. Everybody cordially invitad. 2 gallon Jars 1 qt. Jars Pure Lard in 50-l- b -- 65c per doz U 50cperdoz, cans $5.00 $1-0- 0 Flour 75c, 90c and a sack 8 K Rockcastle County People Are Cordially Invited to Attend the EVERYTHING IS IN PROPORTION r com-imerc- o - K.iP.Fair AT STANFORD S R. The Man Who S. JETT Wants Farmers the S Trade B rOUR PUBLIC FORUM II On Two-Ce, STOMACH TRQU ELF FOR L. E. nt Passenger Rates The farmers of both the Stat and the Railway Comthis nation are pany testified that the claims of the vitally . interested railroad were sustained by the facts In railroad rates Two cents did not pay the cost oi 'W fi and equity be- carrying a passenger a mile. The tween passenger State, however, contended that the and freight rates railroad was earning enough surplus Is especially Im- on Its state freight business to give a portant to the fair return upon the capital used In man who follows Its passenger as well as its freight the plow for the business. For the purposes of the travels case,' the railroad did not deny this, farmer very little but he but held to its contention that the rs a heavy con- State could not segregate its pastributor to the senger business for rate fixing withfreight revenues. out allowing a rate that would br Some of the sufficient to pay the cost of doing states have a two cent passenger rate business and enough to give some and whatever loss Is Incurred Is recov- return upon the capital invested in ered through freight revenue. The Jus- doing the business regulated. Thlt tice of such a procedure was recently was the issue presented to the Su passed upon by the Supreme Court preme Court Its decision respond! of West Virginia and the decision is to the Judgment of the so that we have asked sentiment of the country. The Su L. E. Johnson, president of the Nor- preme Court says that, even thougl folk and Western Railway whose road a railroad earns a surplus on a par contested the case to briefly review ticular commodity by charging rea jthe suit. Mr. Johnson said in part: sonable rates, that affords no reasoi. ,"Some ten years ago, passenger for compelling It to haul. another' fares were fixed by the legislatures person or property for less than cost fpf a large number of states at two The surplus from a reasonable rate .cents a mile. As a basis for such properly belongs to the railway com loconomlc legislation, no examination pany. If the surplus Is earned fron ;tfas made of the cost of doing the an unreasonable rate, then that' rat business' sq regulated, nor was any "should be reduced. The State ma 'attention glvento the fact whether not even up by requiring the railroat such a rate would yield to the rail- to carry other traffic for nothing oi way companies an adequate or any for less than cost. The decision is a wholesome one net return upon the capital invested and demonstrates that the ordinarj Jin conducting- this class of business. rules of fair to "Such a law was passed in West companies. dealing apply one rallwa make The fact that Virginia in 1907. The Norfolk and a surplus on his wheat crop would Western Railway Company put the never be urged as a reason for com rate into effect and maintained it for pelling him to sell his cotton at lest .two years. Ifa accounting during than cost. It would not satisfy the these two years showed that two man who wanted bread to be told cents a mile per passenger barely that its high price enabled the cottor paid tho cost and noth- manufacturer to get his raw product for less than cost In this case the ing was left to pay any return on, court reaffirmed the homely maxim capital Invested. It sought relief from that each tub must stand upon itr tke courts. Expert accountants for own bottom." WWWW fair-minde- Johnson A0flUSTHU,28 $500 Saddle Stake $250 Harness Stake $100 Colt Stake Liberal Premiums in All Rings. Floral Kail for the Ladies. Shady Grounds. Big Amphitheatre. MUSIC HVE raws I 1 G. S. Griffin. ' t Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes Would Die, But take his advice, although any confidence in it. I Master Comm'r, Rockcastle Circuit Court. decided to did not have Is Sickness A Sin. wicked to endure Liver ills. headache. Indigestion, Constipa ion, when one dose of .jives relief. Lax is Podo-- . phyllin (May Apple), without the gripe. It arouses the Liver, in creases the flow of bile Nature's! antiseptic in the tsowels. Your Constipation and other Mis dis appear over night because Po- has helped Nature to re move the cause. Get a bottle from your Druggist to day. Get id of your Constipation Po-Do-La- if not, it's wicked to neglect llness and means of relief. It's x Po-D- o One Helped Him to have now been taking Black-Draug- hl Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. Black-Drau- ght Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad- I am so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- ht 1 Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that 1 vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "I was down with Oo-La- x d thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and I far-reachi- did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat acts gently, yet surely. I It can be freely or sleep, used by young and old, and should be kept in every family chest. Get a package today. Only a quarter. rN THE DISTKICT COURT OF THE .UNITED STATES FOR THE KASTKRN DISTRICT OK KENTUCKY and all my friends, except one, thought would die. He advised Black-Draught, me to try and quit Bedford's yg - of Bankruptcy. David Cole ) Richmond, Ky. Aug. 11, le.15. 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