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ROCIvCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915 NUMBER 4, Till ir il Tl - mm- - 1 t WE HAVE JUST PLACED ' ON DISPLAY OUR LINE OF S3v 40? !k I NOTICE. I have decided to sell out and go west. One farm situated one of Mt. Vernon, on what is called the Town Branch. it contains do acres ana is known ; as the George Decker farm. The is one and one-hal- f other mile north-eas- t of Mt. Vernon, on the same branch, and is known as the Adams-Bryan- t Mill Place. It contains 30 acres. If sold at once will sell at a bargain. Anyone wanting to buy, write me at Ky. Adams Bryant. mile noith-eas- 'IMiaBtllJIMMaiM2n3iltlBMni.n.HMaaHMMaUMMIlltlilUIMIIIIIIIM J2r::?rS252SSJJ5090s''a9Sioaoeoo;;;;;;;;;:";;s C0... Wfa, i I HH t) , VVVVVB- - t M M j9 v b 1 .. -- & m ))) iJJJ ) VVWVVFVVV o ... JWMi J.J I I .. BT M fl"""tM M E& wm nj wi T B d 'vfeav' cut ( (fjfo UN MT. VERNON KENTUCKY t 9a.. .N' IP lit 1 S "Jy; Liv-ngsto- n, SUITS and COATS vy i Jefferson "School Sut --' sf Law. ee it We Beg COMPLETE VXO YEAH COURSE, tree LL.B. 11th year onena Oct. 3. t ond term. Jan. 8. I'reiarc3 or bars la al I stat est Acess to 21 courts and 1 largo libraries, Self-hel- p llureaa. Tuition To Advise That We Have Bought rSale Men's, Women's Our Own, it Low SLXGSTs ;'WTftT?a smusmmsssi (sllypayatie.ForFUEUcatalogueanil iiandnuo lSxU Duotons Etching of Ttomas Jellcrson ready to frame, wrlto JLIIOir PENNEBAKE8, Sec'y, Lonisrille, Ky. At a Discount Much Below Cost, A Lot Boy's Men's FOR CASH last ten years. I have no enemies except someone who has an imaginary grievance against me, for defeating him in a law suit, or Great of Merchandise consisting of something growing out of court trials, but I can truthfully say and that there is not one man within the district that I have ought Suits, and Children's against and should during- this camrMiiVn nr niv inrnm. Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses bency iu.office should J b'e elected, any hardness or ill feeling ibnouia arise Detween myseit and anv oerson to he trieri n ti and Childrens House Dresses, &c, &c. Court over which I preside, I promise if I find that I can not give to that person a perfectly lair trial, to vacate the bench and Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merlot him he tried before a Judge of his own choosing, so that ever chandise Of man of whatever political or religious persuasion, shall have being our intention to make meted out lo him the same fair and impartial trial- this by far the I am in favor of and will as far as within rna Iks. take the office of Circuit Judge out of politics. Both of the leading Prices will be political parties have heretofore declared in their platforms in will make new named favor of taking the Judiciary out of politics, and the Republican Records, and no Live Convention recently held at Lexiugton so declared and no douot Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity the wisdom of those declarations, have been indelibly Impressed a av ua i upon your minds by the conduct of some persons and the partisan press of this district in the late primary. Many of the states now have laws upon their statute books, preventing either party from making a party nomination for a Judgeship, and I believe that our present primary election laws should be so amended af that neither political party would be permitted to make a nominaTO THE TOTEilS OF THE 28TH. JUDICIAL DISTRICT: tion tor Circuit j udge. but that all persons having the prescribed The Primary Election bing over and my nomination for qualifications and desiring to run for the office, should be permuted J'jrlge of the Circuit. Court of this district having come to do so under the fame device or heading "For Circuit Jud-ethDemocratic Party without opposition, and not having made which shall be on the official ballot not under either partv device would take this entire paper, were we to name each any public expression, as to the things for which I stand or as to so uiat qualifications and fitness alone and not politics shall dethe way and manner I should aisch srge the duties of the great termine who shall preside over our Courts. item we have to offer you, so we No litigant or his content ouroffice to winch I aspire: I therefore wish in a brief way through attorney has any right to expect his case decided from anv othe. selves by saying, the press, to announce to you my candidacy and give you briefly reason save right arid justice, and no client or attorqey should some of the reasons why I hope to be honored with your vote have any pull, frqm political or othr reasons and 1 pledge 'the Fail to see Big Stock of Clothing new and influence at the November election. people that if I am elected to this gyeat office, no client or atfnm years ago, and shall lose his case because 1 wis born in Rockcastle County forty-eigand up-to-d- ate ; nearly One-ha-lf the cliont or the nttm-nm-r Priee. nnt n, havt all my life, with the exception of two years that I was en- political henchman of the Judge. I pledge you 1 tfc rfl not make gaged in teaching in the public seUools of Lincoln County, lived apolitical speech or publicly discuss politics during Cost eLss and mv twm f I was adrnjtted to the bar March office but believe a judge should, within this judicial dibtrict. and I shall hold mvif in a to make 26th I891, and in May, IS9.2, I moved to and located in Monticello. posi'ior, to impartially try and determine any question that mieht where I have been actively engaged in the praecipe of law ever arise, be that question political or otherwise. for less Carpets and Druggets and I believe that since. every man should cast his vote for the one whom he h.iioirc ,.,;n u I have had the honor of serving the people of Wayne County, beft abli: to make the district a satisfactory judge, and both parties as CounLy Attorney, for four years and as Countv Judge from in stale convention having declared in favor of takinsr the TnH.vr,v January, 1)02 to January, i9U6, which together with my long ex- OUt Of Dolinc. , nrit,hl mirrir, nn . ...... , xiu uimuu itnvunp rnnm tint; vntin.. flu... r I b) at the bar, and my successful management of nmi of fM lito perience :::::: .wm.ojtAwior noujiuee, wnen voting to elect a judicial officer. s::::c$3ca&3 ju tile Circuit Courts of Waynft apd adjoining the leading cases s I promise the people, that if elected, I will as far' cc;mq 89 Counties and in the Court .of Appeals, I submit as some evidence have jury commissioners, and that the iuries shill BOe- of my qualification to discharge the duties of this great office, O0 represent the best type of our citizenship I believe thiK I fully appreciate the importance and the I shall the first yeqr qt my term of office irrespective of politics select in two of the four great power of the office of Circuit Judgt, that it is important b Counties two republican and oqe -- a every man's Jife, iiberty and property may become involved, and shall in each succeeding year democratic Jury commissioner, 9B -- aa thereafter change the political ;;::,. factthanfauman life and human ifrerty in this great c'oui'i; uomplexpn in. each County, so and the a that at all time,--, each party shall QOO.,VVVVVUVVV lCIItlOOsOtfSIOlll a ! iihii human being. have the saq,6 is placed iu jeopardy and is dealt with bv fell-representation on these should actuate us all, whether acting as 3urors? Judge or other there are factious in any cqunfcy, vyhei commissions, and' where two commissioners are to officers of the Coui.'t, to give the best that within us Jies to the . pa.tjr qavmgsucn taction, I wjll appoiqt I believe that he who is chosen .o mpmber .service of so sacred a duty. I shall be kind, patientSJand forbearing with the attorneys. from each of these factions. NEWSPAPER ERRORS. discharge the duties of this orrtwj should be so trained and edThat I will protect the clients and witnesses from unnecessary I further pledge you that if I shall, be honored with election ucated and that the makeup of both ui& he.rt and mind should be to this office, that I will appoint tq assault of the attorneys, and shall use tlie power of the great office the office of malice, grudge or ill feftling against any such, that it he has any to bring about better and kinder treatment of the attorneys, one niisstoner and Trustee of the Jury Fund, two republicans The editor of an exchange does and two toward the other, thus protectiug the people and maintainirg the lawyer, client or citizen of his district that he can and will T'T ucuiuciuib, wusaivicnng tqese not want anyone to send him any offices equally in the four ",.,.:,.. aside sich feeling and give to that J(awer, client or other petson, or the district, either making my dignity of the great Court and insuring the continued confidence more copies of his papers in which g the same lair ana impartial trial, ne wouid to any otner, metirg in each County snd then changing appointments for three years and respect of the people. they have found mistakes. If to one of diflerent political faith measure of justice, thus maintaiaing or else makings two foe the out to friend and I appreciate the fact that I must have the support of many re- - I they find a perfect copy, however appointments of each party, and letting them . 11 l i i. the continued confidence of the people in this great cotut ani inpuoncans to insure my election out 1 nave iuu connuence ;iu your fce offers a bi" price for it. Same aad : reserve the nght to iater " creasing it's power for good am ag our patriotism and good judgement, you know there should be no political us n the fool critic who E very citizen of this District should be greatly interested ia signincance to tins otnee. jo aouot you nave oecome aisgusiea inUnts for mistakes in the papers I believe that in order to preserve the dignity of the great the question of who ghall be our Circuit Judge for the next s.ix court, cause the people to You know who can make would find them all he would be continue to respect and obey the laws with the bittsrness of the primary. The politics of the Judge should not be consjderad, but 3 ears. of this Court. I belong to no kept busy. ,u" "nwenco in the presiding judge, that no man you the most satisfactory judge a"ul qualification and fitness, alone should control your acj.joo iu the Every attorney in this no enemy to punish. Fujiwea to approach the judge either faction. can I.have law before me and he shall not lose his case We will be pleased to buy copies If ycu fthouid believe that my .;nnfiT sreets Election booth in November. practice upon of any paper which can be proven orinuis room about any case pending before him district opponent is as good, if not abetter lawyer than, myself, still, I that the lUdp-t- shnnlH ln'Jlrr just because he dares oppose me or differs with me politically. entirely free from errors; either . . i -J uiJr ask you to cousider whoLher he isas well fitted for the position ttie .impropt 7ety. ot so doing,jjiui to tuose not knowing better No man will have to leave the district, but I hold out the white typography or statement of fact. and to those knowing better Is it poasiole that he could come out of 1 contest so bit or Who should as I flag of peace ana good will to all, therefore cheerfully submitting We will be pleased to find a kuow better, a reminder hv a rr.nrt aw ter as the late primary was, without any mahce or fueling against not be out of order, to you my candidacy, assuring you if elected, I will endeavor to merchant who never made a misand I peop'e of this make a record of which you will never regret of bestowing your his opponent or his opponent's followers? Is he in as good district that no man orpromise the 7 take in putting up an order; a i.i, set of men s4iau apprcacn to give tp all the people the same measure of the confidence in me. position as myself With malice toward none and charity to lawyer who never lost a case and i juuev; siiqn vn:n nnh yuisuu ,1 ais mind by per ward all, I am, Yours siucerely. rlnV justice? Is it not true that about one-hal- f of the through hjs own errcr, a doctor mer.V'e"; rby m.mo WttWS lu the Court. and shonld district and especially the followers of the W. R. CRESS. ... Adv. ;i Ml I1MU TTTl'l to tL, who never wrongly diagaosed a w n..ui ,Tlll luc uuuii a letter about anv Case Oendintr inAt.ha tit f iteri at the Drimarv. Auirust TtM hv rpasnn nt t,lj court, l declare it will be my custom to file every 'case, a post official who never such letteltuh made by his opponent and the developments of tlat ciupaign, And if we publish all the news put mail into the wrong box, a ALL WE KNOW. intne case so that attorney and client on the other side lost "confidence in my opponent and his- - anility to give 10 every may know all that has been said to the court, and if anyone should Sometimes they ask us why we we knew about people in this city woman who never forgot to put in man wi hin the distrut the same fair trial? write an improper letter be half a dozen mur- the salt while cooking or to put Every man is not only entitled to a lair trial but our highest party should be brought about any case before the Court then that do not "publish all the news". there would ders right off the reel and our the tea in the teapot before putCourt has held that he is entitled to oelieve he will get a fair Remember that no man's before the Court and tried for contempt And if we did the first dose would scalp wouldn't be worth a peck ting in the water. Bring on life, liberty or property is sale in the be enough to start him after u trial, so I submit the question to you and your conscience, can my hands of a judge who will some of your mlstakeless para butter beans. permit designing and cuftupt persons to with r shotgun. Hyden of worm-eate- n opponent make this uistiict such a Judge? Can and will th approach him and gons who find it so easy to critipoison or attempt to poison the Court's mind Winchester Democrat. followers of his late opponent, who was defeated at the late Primary -- ,. cize the papers and we'll give .. acainst hisadversnrum h n....f,j u man uas any right to Correct, my son, we have right Yes, if we publish all the news after one of the most bitter and exciting contests that ever 'was ask or expect more than simpljf justice and I pledge you all the here iu our desk an account of a we know in this town we would them a chance of their lives to known among men, have that co.ififeuce iu my opponent to believe Iionor of a man whose , whole life h certain happening in this city be run out of town between two find out whether they are really, hnflntom that he can i.alwid mete out to th se who so'bitterly fought him, that lt Wibe the PurPse o V We, to make which if we had published would suns or get our hide filled full of human. Three States. that justice and lairnesS which the constitution and Uws of th.; ' tlJUbHC ?PaCity' Now be good. that when my term of office it can be truth- - have broken up the meeting, buckshot Three 'States. State guarantees to him? would have quantity rich or . I pledge the people of this district, that I can and will, if 'nr 1 man'D6I?e handed poor, black or white, high of trouble caused any many peo- We would have no trouble here to a great ustice in the Court' over meeJen publication of "all, elected, make you a Judge free from bias or prejudice. I have which I presided. ple a&d this here hired man would ohe hour after with one slight exception, not been mixing up in politics for vthe The undertaker FOR FLETCHER'S have been out of a job Frank-for- d the news". I promise you if elected to preside over "your Circuit Court, would have us in charge. Courier. I - dni-inn- - DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Circuit: Judge THE VOTERS OF THE 28TH DISTRICT And We ADDRESSES Greatest Selling Event the History of the' Trade. that in iviaKespiain s course if e ect - OUR STORE rirn Full of Bargains SOLD WILL BE EVERYTHING AT A SACRIFICE " it " COME AND SEE' than must Don't Our ht at SHOES SLIPPERS at up Matting Rugs . - .... Ui-,,- ,,., '. Our Motto: "SELL IT FOR LESS" non-partisa- n MT. VERNON KENTUCKY BAKER'S v aaaaaaas iiii09(et9i4eeBtoiitse(iitiiiiiitiiititi ......... one,,, - 1 .. 1 law-lovin- irhfr t T ... . ...,! law-lovin- g rPwhl ,1. j-I nrm ; - Children Cry ASXO R i rrt-- 'fctT' ?; 'i"np. ijw- - v? We IS HAPPIER Oh THE FARM. benefits to come therefrom. New Fall goods in every line While the thrilling aerial and would suggest that ourgocd friend now arriving. arenic acts, as well as sensational R. A. Sparks do this part of the Sutton & McBee. equestrianism and hippodrome Boy Friday, est. 3, 19 15 We Condition of Country preliminary engineering. Compared Most Favorably The sober. quiet, innocent track event-!- , are absolutely e.--believe he will gladly undertake WlTlI THAT OF HIG UlTY looking camels are always objects sential to all big tantad shows, Publishtd every Friday by the work. Being a man always - With the tneir performances would fall of no little interest Cousin. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. to the front in any enterprize herd in the Robinson Famous fiat Were it not for the clowns. looking to the benefit of his Primarily the majority of show Do not ever believe, you boys Shows, which are billed to ap$I.O UBSCKIPTION ONK YKA.U pear at LONDON, KY.Sept. 8, going enthusiasts, not to mention With the present rate of in- on the farm, that the city boy has are to be found some of the finest the boys and girls, visit the canAdvertising rates maae know cti crease of population of our town all of the good times going. In ever exhibited in this vas cities to be amused, and' the we are compelled to take up the many ways he has rt rocky road specimens application or any other country, including salaried jesters must see to it question of water works in self to hoe. that none are disappointed. Rea' It is One of the big men of the chi the only living baby wild black izing that a goodly share of the detense and protection. camel known to man, its mother dangerous to delay it longer, in cago university, who makes a having died upon its birth. success of the entertainment de MEMBER OF fact we are now right in the midst study of the condition of boys in While a party of hunters were in pends upon the fuusters, the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION of typhoid. It is important that the cities, says the country boy, the high and cold regions near Rcbinson Famous shows, which IHI? this question be investigated b' it he has the chin2e of an educagive afternoon and eveuiug per tion and lives in a good home, ha the lake of Lobnar last Decemour people and at once. formances, September 8th. in lot" a deal better time than the flat ber, in search of rare animals LONDON, KY., engaged for this for the Robinson Famous Shows That it is rule or ruin with bred, steam-heatecity boy. season as unparalleled a quota ol C. W. Beckham was Senator J. The city boy has no opportunity the men sighted a small number world-famou- s clowns as mouey can wild camels, and singling one more fully demonstrated by his to bring in the wood, milk the of acts at the Louisville convention. cows, gather nuts or go out in from the number, succeeded in hire. There is a veritable army of capturing it. Never having seen Anekt the water works ques- Six years for Beckham and then the woods. those jolly fellows, whose sole tion. We expect Brother Jonah watch him go on the retired lisc. The city is mean to him. He the like before, the collectors (and Bildad) to step forward as he beCAme fired the desire to work is to provide wholesome It has been wisely suggested seldom puts his foot to the grouud show them to with Robinson Fa- laughs and amusement for all did some iears ago, when the subthe in the because it is all covered up with ject of sidewalks was broacht. By that the fall campaiguand con- stones and cement. mous Show patrons, but were classes and all ages. From the organized theway, Jonah is not one (but sev- Eleventh be not successful in showing the time the main tent doors are open, on a "dry" basis. , He has no neighbors, for people eral) who is not ignorant of what ducted strictly original of the capture, but a which is an hour before the first If you favor the idea now is the move every year, and sometimes baby camel, is for progress. He is simply agin that bids fair to be act enters the rings, until the end oftener, so what's the.use of gettime to express yourself. of the program the great hippoa thing because that blamed town ting acquainted? There are no as vicious as its mother. Tre drome track swarms with '.harleboard didn't consult him before The Democratic convention real homes in flats not like the beast is new giving its keepers passing that ordinance ordering held last Saturday heartily en- homes of the country, no end of trouble, and all kinds quins, and mirth reigns fast and where peofurious. side walks to be put down. No dorsed administrations of Presi- ple liye one place ill for yeais and of difficulties are daily encounterThe Katzenjamraer Kids, Buster side walks for mine. But he put dent Wilson, Governor McCreary grow up Scientists and all students with their relatives and ed. Brown, Simple Simon, and the them down just the same and and rhe candidates nominated neighbors around them, and of natural history will find this Billiken, those together with laughl about it. Said he didn't August 7th. all where the ties of friendship are untamable quadruped an interestthe other comic supplement mean "nothin' nohow" in his coning study. strong and satisfying. trary talk. Then bobled up the A GOOD, PLAIN TALK. If the city boy lets out a yell or HEALTH AND HAPPINESS characters, are there as well as Fair proposition. "We don't plays ball in the streets or swipes DEPEND UPON YOUR LIVER. more than a score of others Also a whole army of suffragettes want it, don't need it, and won't The Home Merchant is Due an apple, the police are down on have it. One fair in the countv is That slnggish liver with its if.you do not wish to enjoy hale Your Patronage Not the him in a moment. sluggish flow of bile is what and hearty jollity, it will be enough anyhow." Bat when the Mailorder Houses . The country boy can whoop, makes the world look so dark at to remain away from the fair was put on, Jonah said probwhistle and sing as much as he times. Dr. King's New Lite Robinson Famous Shows. ably its all right and thereupon On It is a genuine pleasure to con pleases, and occasionally he Pills go straight to the root of the other hand, if you are discontinued his "hammer" work. tribute anything that will influ- strays into a neighbor's orchard the difficulty by waking up the The Commercial Club was organ- ence the public to patronize the and comes out in a fit action of the liver and increasing suffering from ?n attack of the of the bile. Dr. King's New Life blues, a certain and permaneut ized. He didn't think a town of home merchant. He is the man with a dozen apples Pills cause the bowels to act Alt Vernon's size could make any that buys from you. He is the cure is assured if you attend the inside his shirt, or a melon under more freely and drive away those performance. "noise" in that line, and when tbe man that is responsible for what his arms, and he is not arrested! 'moody days". 26c. a bottle. Boone Way Booster Baud was he sells. He is the man that will Generally he is invited to help launcht, in the opinion of Jonah, it correct any defect and make it himself and come again, if the was the last straw, the camel's good. He is the man that helps FOR FLETCHER'S ?ttR FLETCHER'S neighbor sees him. back was broken. Time showed you to buila good roads and in Z I In the city everybody is against good results in the undertaking everything else that is looking to boy. the The people upstairs for the progre-- s of establishing make life worth while. complain to the jani or that he Boone Way and good roads. The home merchant is always makes too much noise: he is not Bond issue earned, Good Roads ready and willing to sell goods as allowed to SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION sit on the doorstep, and to follow. Can't say what stand cneap, and I might say, oftener so he drifts into crowds of bad Jonah will take on this water- much cheaper (quality considered) boys around the corner who are works proposition. than any oilier mail order house not allowed to do the things that The town needed electric lights in this country. He is entitled to every healthy 12th boy Jonah "kickt" agin it. "We cant your most worthy consideration, wants to do. maintain them if we get 'em." and a little careful study will conOn the street cars he is herded ROUND TRIP FROM JUNCTION CITY this Jonah with his friends Bildad, vince any man or woman that it is like sheep, and if he does not Melchisadec and others, who to their best interest always to buy keep in hue on the streets he is SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. should have been "pusht"' into the at borne. poked in the ribs by a club and tall and uncut while the proThe home merchant has the shoved about. gressives were developing the lo- goods and will sell them always to Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars The average, healthy, vigorou-countr- y cality, were allowed to roam the meet any legitimate competition boy with ambition to do streets preaching pessimism in- Seeing your goods and knowing something I. C. KING, Pass .ket Agent that will count in tbe stead of progress. Yet the same you are getting just what you pay world can find plenty of room on 101 East Main f ..lgton, Ky. Jonah, with the above mentioned for is another thing to be consid the farm and have nil the fun he parties with misconceived ideas ered. What does the man in St. wants do:ng it Stick Exchanyv (or rather holdbackativeness on Louis, Ohicag or New York eare progress) is one of our most re- about you except to get your FOR FLETOHER'-spected and loveable citizens of money and possibly give you an splendid character and qualifica- inferior article and charge you tions. Everyone respects him more very often than you could 1 (except for his pullbackativeness have bought it at home. SHEB1FES SALE. . RICHMOND, KY. r an proposeu enterprises) ana rePeople all over the countrp are A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS By virtue of order directed t. spect him for his many good qua awake r.ing to the fact that they me, which issued from the Clerk V Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and I4fo State Certificates. Valid in all Pubjic Scljopla of in answering distress calls in have been guiled and oftimes 10b-be- office of Special Courses apd Review Courses. Tuition the Rockcastle Quarterly Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new sickness and in smoothing out the and are realizing that their Court, in favor of T. P. if. Drum model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped troubles and vexations of his host home town is the place to spend mone. against John Over bay, I, or gymnasium. Domestic Science. First of friends. Thete' is more than lheir money. Stand by your home one September Third Term jjipBllllljiE January 25. 7. Second Terra November 16,Term begins of my deputies, will on the Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens one Jonah in town, so don't take tjwn. your home merchant and 27th day of September, 1915. be Juno 14, Catalogue Free. j. G. CRABBE, President. all this to yourself. The coat will every article that is made in Pino-ville- . tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. t several. Our town, thank goodPotronize home industry and 3 o'clock p.m. it being regu ness, have less of the abovemen-itione- and home inductry will patronize lar County Court day, at John class than any town in the vou. Buy at home. Three States Overbay's, 2 miles sotnh of Liv (mountains. ingston, Rockcastle county, KenEVERY HOME NEEDS A tucky, expose at public sale to the State health authorities say, FAITHFUL COUGH AND highest bidder the following prop that with a waterworks system erty (or so much thereof as may COLD REMEDY of London, will be in Brodhead, our town, would be less liable be necessary tosatisfv the amount When to contract typhoid fever. It is appear seasons change and colds of Plaintiff's Monday, Sept,6, 19 15, debt, interest and when you first detect a said there are some two or three cold after sitting next to one who cost), to wit: One yoke of cattle, large flowing springs" over the has sneezed, then it is that a tried Office with Dr. Carter. one engine, saw mill, one boiler, hill within one and a half miles and tested remedy should be faithone engine and boiler, one set of to the South of town, which it is fully used. ' I never wrote a grist rocks, one shingle saw frame, Dr Pennington will be prepared to do all kinds claimed occupy elevations higher testimonial before, but, 1 know positively that myself and family boiler and edger. Amount of debt than that of Mt. Vernon. If Dr. King's New Discovery is the $112 56 with interest from Janu- of high-cla- ss Dentistry reasonable prices, and this be true, our place can secure best congh remedy we ever used ary 1, 1915 and cost. office one week and will a fine waterworks plant of great and we have tried them all." on as the property Levied up will be at- - Drt of John Over value at a remarkably small figure 5oc. and l.oo bay. also be there one week of each thereafter by "shipping' the water over the "Does your daughter play the Terms: Sale will be made on a intervening knob into a reservoir p:ano by e.tr?" credit of three months, bond with Call Monday, September 6, 19 5, and make located on the school house ''ill at "No replied Mr. Oumrox, "she approved security required bear an elevation of 2oo feet above the uses both hands and feet. 'But ing engagements for the week. interest at the rate of six per court house steeple which would I don't think she has learned cent per annum from day of sale, furnish a pressure sufficient to to use her ears." and having the force and effect of knock out most any old fire at a judgment. any stage of the game. It 'is This 31st day of August, 1915. suggested that the Commercial Cam Muluns, Sheriff R.c Club, and other interested citizens Are You a Woman? I THE NEXT BEST THING TO get busy and have the levels, THE PINE FOREST FOR elevation etc.. taken of these Our line of Couch Caskets COLDS IS springs and do a little figuring as is unexcelld to cost of a piant. The saving Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Honey Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished which goes to the very root of in health, physician bills, reoold troubles. It clears the throat Hearse sent to all parts of duction in insuranre, would pav and gives relief from that clogged interest several times upon the I the County. and stuffed feeling. The pines initial cost of water works at even have ever been the friend of man All orders by Wire PromptlycFilled the highest cost for a plant; but The Woman's Tonic in driving away colds. Moreover pine-hone- y any one of these if it is true thai qualities are pethe culiarly effective in fighting springs has a higher elevation than children's colds. Remember that the town, and the water can be ' MX. VERNON, KY. a cold broken at the start greatly Phone 94-FH SALE AT ALL M86MSTS siphoned, the cost will be small removes the possibility of compliF4 as compared with the resulting cations. 25c. ML VERNON SIGNAL -- My, Slow Ma com-mutin- y. it mens n yood $ ii Yes, and it looks good, and tastes good, and is good, too. d There is no doubt about the goodness of bread baked from Morning Star Flour. The beautiful crust and the rich aroma tell the story of a perfect loaf. Your money back if not satisfied. ii e ,Ai ii'ii' n 1 ad-visa- incorporated absent-mindedne- ss XXJKB BRODHEAD, KY. ;; C. T. R3DDLE Ohildren Cry ASTO R A Children Cry CASTORIA CINCINNATI Sunday, and RETURN PTiMBER well-ordere- d SI. 5 O PemlngfonzUMC Rifles and Cartridges for Real .22 Sport high-pow- er in the IN the .22 caliber as sportsman your shrewd select's no- his rifle and cartridges for results. C J Made in Sinale Shot model in Slide-- ciion models, with the famous Remington-l'Msolid breech and now. the Autoloading model that successfully handles 16 Remington Autoloading e cartridges i reloading. For real .22 sport, set your rifle and cartridges from tbe displays the Red Ball Mark oj Rcmintcn-CMdealer who rtm-firt And when you start to be critical, there's where to it op short of RemiiigtoH-l'M- Children Cry S ssrasgfisa fcvC A;. -- Sold by your home other leading merchants in Kentucky dealer and 3095 C ASTO RIA 19i w)t sin jWoolworth Buildins (233 Broadway) New York City 30..9ei U(kitO9 e ja w Ken-tuck- y. d, :: :::::::?::::::::: CHAS. C- - -- i Ices 0a. .. QO.. d Dr, M. A. PENNINGTON DENTIST W, F. ea 8Baa. eea.. - 0a.. t99o. Oa. 0Oo- DAVIS Le a ding TY7E 9a. 0a. 0Caa. 93a Druggist NIT. VERNON. KY. 9ea. a.. fca. !( a. a. a a.. .. a.. a.. a.. . a.. at Cater U, the vounpr folks with a complete line of Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, and to the old folks with all kinds of reconsrructtve tonic and system builders. Cartels a. CHAS. C. DAVIS Qho Home of TANLAC month Qaa. eOa. Oca. a.. a Phono No. 39 a. a aaac.a ......... ! a m 9 j " aiaiaAAAAAa Aaa AAaAAAAAnAAAMABMtt & am .O tSt9t99Oa0" agaocseaceaoc MaEb I UNDERTAKES f&3oefcx$3capc8 J SRAttVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Ky 1 Cardui Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled k 1 W. A. COX,i S y&xgtix&x ?K g J m..ll.LIMH lIT . JV! I VFRIVIfi.M UUUll uiuimu 3 T-7- Qini!AI I w edt.eday. Other Ss-innc- Miss Julia Fish was iu Wild e Mt. Vernon.JKy Sept. o 1 1915 9 M -- ' ni "No. 79" wfto wan toCommun cate wlih SIGNAL 3 gVpjn i 4 NftSHVILLC If" R B. CO. after an absence of over twenty- - yeirs, has in the county for past montn winding up some . business interests in connection with his deceased mother's estate. He will go from here to Fori Worth where he will take a position in the shipping department of a large meat pacicery. b-en LOUISVILLE TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 LOCAL 5-4 ttortn norm south South 1 Pm The two months old baby of 3:a(5 a m Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bullock, of 11:39 a nj Tuesday. 12:13 a m Hansfcrd. died s. Landrum, Agent. Phona No. Lntrwl at the as stpond-cia-- :. Mt Yrm-- i. - " K. Postoffice matter. PERSONAL of the Burr Beecher br-iitsection has typhoid. Miss Cecil Davis has returned to her home in Burnside. Miss Flora Pennington, of Livingston, is with relatives hsre Misses Susie Hicks aud Anna Furnish were up from Brodhead Wednesday. J. J. Hamilton of the Rockford section has been here on business for x. week or more Misses Ardilla Brown and Joe Davis spent from Saturday until Monday in Brodhead. Mrs. Sarah Riddle visited relatives in Crab Orchard, at Quiil and other points last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. L Durham, h John S. Parker, SteT. M. Dees and 3. E. Hellard phen Fox. were here Monday organizing a Girls and Boys prices are Knox J. F. Hawu, W. H. council of the Jr. O. U. A. M. Deatherage. They already have enough to start Madison J. W. Maupin, C. C. with. Wallace. SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN miles." Fulaski Woodson May, Napier CHURCH FOR SUNDAY. 'Sheriff Mullins, Deputy Sheriff Adams. Shelby Harry Walton, S. C. Sunday school 9:45. Preaching Jack Abney and Jailor Winstead left Wednesday with the following Hedden. service ir a.m., Subject, "The Lincoln S. T. Harris, Geo. D. Mothei of the Man." Christian prisoners who were convicted at WT.-- -' this term of Circuit Court; Mill- Florence. Endeavor 7 p.m. Preaching service 8.00 p.m., subject, '"He Who ard Arnold and John Smith three years each in Frankfort for houseBROJIHEAO. Serves breaking, Carl Braudenberg, of real shoe satisfacand see Miss Lizzie Spradhn, oldest Lee county, three- years in the Mrs. Jacob Elder was visiting daughter of Capt. W. H. Sprad- pen for stealing a mule tion is Look our Dollar barand John in Crab Orchard Friday and Sathn, Gallatin, Teun., died at an Shropshire one year in Reforma- urday. Miss Annie Roberts is gain counter. infirmary in Nashville, August 31, tory for breaking in a with relatives and friends in Lon car. and was buried at Old Fountain don this week. Mrs. Walter MilThe Democratic County Con- ler Come in and sec what a little cash will do. Head, Sept. 1. Her mother was and children, of Lebanon of vention which met last Saturday spent Saturday until Monday Miss Lizzie Fish, oldest sister Junction, were here a few days to name the Delegates to the Geo. C. Fish, near town. with relatives in Brodhead. this week with relatives. Mr. State Convention was a very and Mrs. O. R. Be vaccinated against typhoid Cass are rejoicing Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche, of quiet and harmonious meeting. over the over the Those who have been vaccinated arrival of a baby girl on London, are rejoicing Only a small number of Democrats Thursday of last week. Mr. and will tell you that the remedy's ii .arrival of little Robert W. Jr. were present. County Chairman Mrs. Brack Durham and little son very mild 0110, and certainly nc W. R- Robinson, of Lynchburg C. Fish called the meeting to on a t. Owen Russell, ot Sparks Quarry Virginia, was .he guest of Miss one should take chances rder. Mr. VV. J. Sparks was are with Mrs. Durham's case of typhoid rather than take parents Carrie Hvsinger la.st week. elected temporary chairman and Mr. and Mrs D. B Albright for ihe serum which is proving wonA. B. Furnish temporary secre.Mr. W. J. Sparks and daughritfgi a few days visit. Martha, ders wherever used. tary. The following resolutions ters', MSses Bess and Miss Rose McCord, of Mt. Ver Mrs Howard, wife of Mat How-ir- d wre adopted: air; m Louis ille for a few days. non, was the guest of Mr. aid living on Chesuut Riuge died KESOLVED. That we reaffirm Mrs W. H, Mrs. Mat tie Mullins was the Anderson Saturday our confidence in the greatest of and Sunday of Mi-- s Clyde Watson at Tuesday night after suffering gn-- st Dr. W- EJ. Gravely President left for his old home, Virginia, can be filled by election. The Brodhear Saturday aud Sunday. year or more with tuberculosis great Democrats, Phe Howard family came from Woodrow Wilson, that we ap Mrs R B Mullins ha been in mm Harlau county about three years prove of all his official ac.s, Wednesday, for a ten days vaca Rev. John M. McMillan, of Mt. London tin week to ee her brand tion. Mrs. Gravely and children Vernon, delivered a line sermon ao and bought the Pence place Li 4.100-0- in keeping this Nation wow grandson, Robert V. O.vche have been there for a week or Sunday eveniug to a large audion Chesuut Ridge. m a footing of peace with all the Jr. more, and will return with the ence at the Methodist church. world That in him we see in the On feature! xy, September lith and Loa-s- :a m Doctor. They will visit relatives The Rockcastle Christian Bible Misses Carry (here will be a decoratton ol the future a brighter and greater in Middlesboro before returning School Convention was held here atand W. R. Robinson nation. Sunday, and a very interesting tended the London fair Thurs- graves and preaching all day ai home. THAT we endorse aud apthe Maret Cemetery near Wildie. day. Mrs. Henry Schubert, and programme was carried out. A years the peoph prove the successful administra daughter, Miss Ethel, of Defiance splendid delegation was present Mrs F L Durham, Mrs Ola For two or three tion of Gov. James B. McCreary Ohio, are with her parents, Mr. from Mt. Vernon and Wildie, Baker and Mrs. Cas Cox are the .vho have loved ones buried there especially do we approve The Fourth of July, when we celebrate of his and Mrs. hive been active in keeping the J. F. Harris, and and other schools represented by the independence of our Nation is a new cases ol typhoid to report cemetery cleaned off and have .fforts in heloiug the Mountains other relatives here. They will one or more delegates. The Rev. good time to think also of Financial ithis week. I ndependen e. What are you going to erected a good fence around it of Kentucky in the good roads probably be here several montas. Green Fish was elected to suc.Mrs. R. L. Britton and little do when you become old ? and now it is no doubt the pretti- works and laws enacted under Mr. and Mrs L M. Brown ceed C. C. Davis as president, son. William, are spending a week his administration. Consider the great importance of a est and best kept burying ground returned to their home in Louis- and W. H. Fish elected as secrewith Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wallin THAT we heartily endorse the bank account and systematic dposits All whe Rockcastle county- in The ville after spending three weeks tary, succeeding himself. while you are young and earning at Junction City. Democratic State ticket as named are interested in this good work with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. npxt convention will be held at money. Now is just the time to start Maurice Phillips and Alfred are requested to be there and by the people on the 7th. of J. G. Frith. Wallace Haggard Wildie. an account with us and we daily invite Wood, of Wiklie, were here WedAugust 1915. with them we are tiring a full basket of dinner you to come in and open one. nesday evening calling on two ol sure to carry our banner ol lett lor Bowling Green WednesMonday till Wednesday was 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts The Rockcastle County Christ Democracy to the bights of sue day morniug where he will enter heid the Farmers' Chautauqu a, our young ladies. college. He will tatte a special held cess on the 2nd of November to say that Miss Mary Kirkland Boyd. 01 mn Bible School Convention course in shorthand and type and we regret to have' at Brouhead last Sunday was well i9io. of a of attendance that it Vernon Dover, was the guest this week 0 en writing, and expects to complete from point THAT we recommend the folin coll- attended and those who went say and class tint was a failure. Why our farmers her friend hey were royally entertained, lowing persons as delegates to the course in five or six months. do not take advantage of such ege, Mrs. Chas. C. Davis. M ft rhe large&L attendance from any the State Convention at Louisville Wallace is a good boy, and we opportunities to improve in every Mrs. W T Davis is in Oincin school in the county, except Brod on August 31st. l9i5, viz: J. W. feel sure that he will succeed in line connected with the farm. This nati Ohio, with her sister, Mrs m m head, was 30 from Wildie Bible Brown, C L. Williams, E S. Al- his undertaking. Mrs. Walter meeting cost the State over 200. Stella Snratt' who was hurt in mm m School. The Convention will be bright, S. H. Martin, Dr. W. E. Smith, of Crab Orchard, was with and yet those for whose benefit it an automobile accident a few days her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M Rev. Gravely, R. H. Hamm, F. L. held next year at Wildie. was intenaea am nor appreciate ago. G. M. Fish, who has no doubt Thompson, Si., A H. Hamliu, Owens, during the week. R. S. or take advantage of the opportunJ. Earnest Thompson left last done more for the upbuilding of Shivel received a car of pine floorM. Poynter, W. J. Sparks. man who does Sundav for Tennessee to take j the Sunday schools and Churches W. ing from Florida during the ity offered. The the following be named THAT not want to get better is certain charge of a crew of men for the in Rockcastle than any other as alternates; M. E. Burton, F. week that he is offering for sale at not to make many upward strides. ) I(C Mason, Hanger Co., at a good man, was elected President of the S1.50 and i.qo per hundred feet lj. luoapsun, jp., y. came in on mg gS, Several of the teachers salary. to Keep Association for the ensuing year. D. C. Poynter, Ed Sexton, Jonas the best grade being clear boards Wednesday. One of the men conLumber is undoubtedly cheap in S. B. McKenzie has gone over Constantly Before The Cove School, Miss Ella McKenzie, Jack Norton, Fritz Florida when a man can pay $85.-0- 0 nected was heard to sa7 that this on the Greensburg branch to work Krueger, J. 1V1. Craig, W. A. would be the last Chautauqua for frieght on one car of lumber for a while. John Pearl Landrum Dooley teacher, won the $.5 in Gold McKenzie, and W. L. Richards. Rockcastle farmers and we believe and then sell it at these prices. will take his place as night owl at given for the largest per cent of THAT said delegates to the is about right. pupils enrolled present at the THE FACT THAT seems that Mx Shivel knows he the denot. Louisville convention go unin It Dr. Currv. of State Board of You Your Farmers Chautauqua and educago to get quality and Miss Keith Sperry, who had structed and that they vote as a where to IT IS KEEKING was here from Bowling Health, Court House prices. been visiting Mis Prances Sparks tional Meeting at the Wednesday. This school had unit on all Depositions. R. L. Collier, the Crab Orchard Green, last week looking into at ber home in Mt. Vernon, Ky., " THAT F. Logan Thompson be and- - par.en.ts present and 38 pupils telephone man, was here Thursday conditions existing here in referfor two weeks, has returned. made Chairman of the delegation Care Is Prepared the Medical Springs Schpol ran looking after his interests. R. S ence to the prevalence of typhoid Courier Journal. with 27. from this convention to the Louis-vill- p Shivel a nd John Robins each lost feVor- - He wiU reP0rt h ,S ConclU- them a close second Little Robert W. Schroder, ot The Maretburg. lied Bud, Buckeye convention. a fine cnw this week. Thfi Rnn.rrl Slons Ol rue iiibpeuuiuu. kuw. who is visiting his Che&uut Ridge and several other Marion county, Earnest emerged from beneath of Trustees of the town employed 8 t$f c c& & Jc J & J ej5 65 8 c55 fc5$ frcfr Now Fall Suits for men at Fish's grandmother, Mrs. Fish back, feil schools bad a lot of their pupils bjs car and struggled for breath . Jop Albright to serve as Mar off a trunk Wednesday and broke aud parents. Wa believe that we His helpful con, Clearance, beam- shall until January 1st. Jop Ins collar bone. are safe in saying there were at ed on him, oil can in hand: I served thru the month of August school children present W. J. Sparks . F. L. Thompson least 200 "Ive just given the cylinders a On a special contract, and seemed For Infants and Children, Sr.and Jr., and Atty.C.C. Williams that lived outside of Mt. Vernon thoro oiling pap." to handle the situation alright, The Kind You Have Always Bought were the delegates who attended School district. That day will be "Cylinder" bowled Earnest. and the board was sufficiently Bears the the Stale Democratic Convemim long rtmembered by the boys and 'Th it wasn't any Cylin d : r It pleased with his work to offer Signature of r 0iiw met in Louisville Tuesday. girls of Rockcastle County. which him the place until the vacancy was ray ear." James Itickels has an earlv harvest apple tree that has Dome two crops tins year. For Rent: 0 welling on Main street, the Dr. Davis residence. For further information applv to Sept. W. T. Davis. Walk Over shoe new fall style. Sutton & McBee. Mrs. Hiram Mink died at her home at Sparks Quarry yesterday of typhoid fever. Buy the Lump Coal that contains penty of Oil and Gas. Liberal terms. Lee Mullins, s27 St. Livingston, Ky. The printer in last weed's issue made us say: ''The corn crop is large this year". When it should have read the "acoin" crop. The fire in Signal office a week before is taken as a paliatiug circumstance otherwise the undertaker would have had a job ere thi and a printer would have been the victim. A short time after Fritz catne to this country he w. 11 1 into Stciford to buy a horse. A liven man told him he li id just the animal he needed. A good one th.it would go ten-m- i es with-ot- r stopping. Fritz thr. ,v up his har.i and exclaimed: . "Nein Not for me, I ive eight mik' an i mitdot horse 1 haf nic io" wait back two Beschof suits for women now on display at Sutton & McBee's. At a meeting of the State Elec tion Commissioners in Fxankfcrt last week, R. P. Norton was appointed as the Democratic Elec tion Commissioner for Rockcastle County, aud U. G. Baker was reappointed as the Republican Com missioner. They, with the Sheriff, will select the election officers forthecoming November election, and also for the primary election next year. Other appointments made in this section of the state were as follows, the first named being the democratic commissioner and the next the republican: Adair James R. Garnett. J . O. Russell. Boyle Tay Harlan, L. E. Rue. Casey J. C. Coulter, L.W.Cun-dif- f. -- NT2ai ounce r IrN Our I I FOR ALL YOUR FAMILY When you think of Shoes good shoes, you should think of FISH'S SHOES first. We believe we give you more value and style at the price than other stores, because we buy and sell for cash and save you the difference Our store is headquarters for School Shoes for . Garrard Batson. Laurel A. D. Ford, R. H. right lit t- .-y, TRY A PAIR what at Of Our New Fall Shoes B-st.- " 1 - r A - "0KDII1GCLD THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR CASH. - -- o-o-o- -p H Ky-.sing- er A FUND FOR INDEPENDENCE The Bank Mt. W3 rifooo 000M 1 -- i. This Bank Wishes Business For It. 1 1 And To CASTOR A &M Peoples Sank mx Kg Capital Stock If Mt. Vernon CITIZENS BANK, Brodhe1:y: j ,,rtt MONEY to LOAN Ufa Condensed Report AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS Loana Resources 41,003.07 4,847.56 Y Liabilities and Surplus , Undivided Profits Individual Deposits stfsj sSSSSi 15,400. 50 Kentucky "Bank Honse, Furniture and Fixtures We would like to loan Wednesday, Aug. 25, of 'Overdraft Expenses Paid Cash-ohand . and Cash, Reserve ' -- 112.30 175.24 : 15,328.72 - 1,703.77 44,363.02 $61,466.79, $5,000.00 60 or 90 Days and longer if we did not ne it. Write or call A. M.HI ATT. Cas or R. H. HAMM. Free Went Citizens Bank.SKODHEAD. The -- V;$61,466.79' F Jv'Z L. :a fr .f pp' rM r v X iJifritflMMn (MS if rfrwVr.r ir mni ii iii frr i i an r"-i ttc- - frrnTTiiTraciflrfF miihi . w 'cfcjjjrTM.i Meet me or my deputies at the following places to settle your taxes for year able to prevent this. Hope that this community will enjoy CERTAIN health in the future as therebetter is a great deal of sickness here at present. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter s Louisville Man, However Gains have returned from a visit with relatives in Alabama. Weight After Taking C. J. Rice was in Stanford, Tuts Tanlac. day, on business. J. W. Sams is Louisville, Ky., C. D. Divine, repairing his property on Main L. H. Davis will build one of the best and most favor- - slreet. nbly known men in Louisville, another business house on Main : who is bookkeeper for the Falls street, Mrs. W. M. Brady is vis City Clothing Company, recently iting relatives in Lebanou Junchad these words to say about tion. Miss Marie Ranibo is visit Tanlac, the premier preparation: ing relatives at Stanford, Lebanon September "It was my misfortune to be Junction aad Louisville. Ed afflicted with an aggregated case Owens, agent at MulJins citation, September 14 of stomach trouble and a highly was in our town Wednesday. nervous condition for several Well, our old friend W. M. Hicks September 15 Wednesday, years. Gas would accumulate has fell 011 a new plan to get a my stomach, causing: me a wile. He says he has hunted the in September 16 great pain. These attecks fol country over, from Big Hill to lowed one another in such rapid Level Green, and from Gum SulSeptember 17 Friday, succession that my entire system phur to (Jlifty. He now proposes because weakened and made me to offer a reward, the amount be September 18 Saturday, susceptible to coughs and colds. will state later. We gained a par"At one time I feared I was in tial description of what she inusi September 21 Tuesday, danger of a complete nervous be, viz: fcshe must not be over 60 breakdown. In tact, I was told years old and oc over six feet September Wednesday, that the breakdown was in tall; not to weigh over no pounds; 1 had a tired, worn must not wear a shoe larger than evitable. September out feeling, my sleep was fitful, a No. 7; must possess a good sei I was lacking in energy, and of false teeth; must be crosseyed, September Friday, had no appetite. I was depressed dark skined aud red headed; iu spirits and devoid of ambition must be a good talker and gif tea September Saturday, "I suffered for two years, the in music and must have a nice stomach trouble refusing to yield little income. Miss Lizzie Owens, to the treatment of the best of the Quail Section, is visiiing physicians in Louisville. My Mrs. J. H. Walton, at this place. 1. uerves were shattered. I felt as Des and Also parties owing though my case was hopeless. were M. Ait. Vernon, S. E. Hellard Sheriff's office on a!I days to receive in Mouday night, using I'anlPc, I feel like to organize n Jr. O.U.A.M. counSo I will ask you to make 'Siuce will please be prepared to settle back a diffen rr man. I have gained in cil at that place. Mrs. Martha weight, I sleep better, my appe Wells, ol Cincinnati, have returnyour arrangements to meet me on the above dates prepared to settle tite has returned, and I am filled ed home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fen-wicwith vigor and ambition. are visiting relatives in LebThe tired feeling has vanished com- anon, Ky. Mrs. John Griffin, ol S. pletely". Jellico, has returned home alter a Tanlac, the premier preparation lew days visit with Mrs. J. B. i. sold in Mt. Vernon at Chas C. Hase. Mrs. J. H. Browning REFINED BEAUTY SHOWN IN SCULPTURAL ADORNMENT Davis's drug store also at the has returned home to Maywood Central Drug Co., Livingston and alter several days' visit with relaJohn Robins Drug Store Brod tives aud friends here A. C. head Ky. Carpenter has returned from L,on dou, after a lew days sojourn in A WONDERFUL ANTISEP TIC Germs and infection aggravate that city. J. H. Owens, who has ailments and retard healing. been very sick for some time is Stou thut infection at once. Kill Very low and not expected to live the germs and get rid of the but a ?,hort time. Died: Saturpoisons. For this purpose a sin gle application of Sloan's Lim day 28, 1115, Uncle James Ma tnent not only kills the pain out haffey. He had been in very poor He destroys the germs. This neu health lor the past year Utilized infection and gives nature leaves a wife and seven children assistance by overcoming conges and a host of friends aud relatives tion aud gives a chance for the free and normal flow of the blood. to mourn his loss. He wa burSloan's Liuiment is au emergency ned Sunday at tne family burial doctor and should be kept con grouud up the river near the Bales ttanily on hand 25c, 50c. The place. The bereaved family has 1.00 size coutains six .times as the sympathy of this community. much as the 25c. Mr. and .Mrs. Earl Kice, o Lebanon Junction, have returned home after a few days vis.t witii FOR FLETCHER'S their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rice and Dr. and Mrs. W. T w2i gg&&Ssr - TJaBSSaEggflflSaiBiES Amjx There will be anotht r jOS2SftE5JCfiBE&g!E iBKKSisanraassBa&smaeaHBEEjaaig&aBEaEBEffiaHBHHaafEjaHaD wedding in Liviugston in a iev Details of colonrade in the Court of the Universe, showing frieze adornment and sculptured figures. These com by the new indirect lighting system, the whole vast area of this court 900 by 500 feet being days, but we promised Sam we dors are illuminated ATTORNEY-AT-LAlightea in the same manner., Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition, San Francisco. would not tell who Mrs. Andy MT. VERNON. KV hf.s bee. visiting relaKincer, who THE BUILDING THAT USED FOUR CARLOADS OF NAILS - On 2rd. floor fo The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church tives here ha., returned to her Mrt. M. H. street. Special attention given home at London to collections Hamlin and children are visiting Phone No. 80 relatives in Mt Vernon Born to the wife ol David femith on the ten-day- LilLy' to Tax Pay Of Rockcastle County DIVINE LI BEL1EV-er- s Vli08TON. m ED COLLAPSE On acconnt of so much sickness we are unable to get out a long letter and will perhaps miss a great deal of news. We are un- Children Cry for Fletcher's M vRv W RJ3m hF sea E& wk ifc? ta&v Q?ho 1915 Band You Have Always Bought, and which has been SO years, has homo the signature of and has been made under Ins per-rJ- yi sonal supervision since its infancy. J?Allow no one to deceive you in this. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. in use for over Jnst-as-goo- d" -- BRODHEAD, CONWAY. ROCKFORD, DISPUTANTA, CLIMAX, WILDIE, MULLINS STATION, PONGO, LEVEL CREEN, QUAIL, LIVINGSTON, Saturday, Tuesday, Thursday, a, PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, is harmless GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 1 Thursday, 22 23 24 25 The End You Have Always BoiigM In Use For Over 30 Years THE CtNTAUR COMRAMV NgWVOWKCITV. Tax. tax I Prices Shot to Pieces AKHHMBXX3KaKS H I -I k kww 8 M CAM MULLINS, R. G 2 gallon Jars qt Jars J iaru T -111 65c per doz. ju-i- u "D X X irurc TnU,- ' zc 50cperdoz, it- - cans J' fc I or rf jj-u- u - 7Zn HflH J SJ QVor.4 WW lV flOoMrlr fJJ u ouv,i. L ? J i The EVERYTHING IS IN PROPORTION K9KJH12BSIaSisi I8T(B (B fl f.WhoOi Man sea w K-- 1 Wants the Farmers Trade m Children Cry CASTORIA 'C. Williams, W You Need a IIIIIJLl. There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic, to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking BETHUfiUM & LEWIS 3ist, a Miss Maggie Himhn,. of Mt. Vernon, is visiting fine girl Attorneys at Law Offices inBethurum Bldg. Will practice i all the Courts 1 Sav 1L I J v; 5 CfcrMT. .tab JaE-- h f ; 1 ( ",' I till I 5$ iHl 1H j,a nimim..,, Jli , J -- - MH&f JriSlr'1 TtrMTi" flillfr TT r ff f . CEl 3W wi53iy5:' ; V ? -- c Hfifit-ffis:- - n P H Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, KY 49--S. fG3dP' , Mrs M. H Marsh-banks- . Mr and Mrs Hoberi Griffin and Little B. J. Griffin have been visiting in Mt Vernon and the Buckej e Section. Mrs Alza Preston was called to Brod head a few days ago on account 01 the illness" of her son Floyd Later. She tootc him to her home in Cincinnati a few days ago. her sister, The Woman's Tosic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can "eat most anything." Begin taking Lardut today, bold by all dealers. Fron tRooms over Baker's tore Phone o ix&ptav&r&i A..w....'..;x.A.d-fe...-:..A-a.y siffaLy.fc :Zj-'s..... Lincoln Beachey made the world's first indoor aeroplane flight, the giant Palace of Machinery at the Panama-PWhere acific International Exposition, San Francisco. This enormous structure is surfaced with imitation Travertine marble, which la used on the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot in New York, and other notable structures. biQtnr ;i4'.!w.wv..y;: ..."T't. v"g' aaj . .' Children CA 3 o FOR FLETCHER . f J.C.McCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER t C Has Helped Thousands. (m W W si mA yy (mA 3&. f 1 W ifii , TKL ??s 1VJC T. 7T $:3gj&aQP: yc&yc&L? &C$&a3 $p2X3pse a yaorijaaa. - INSIDE INN AT PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION At,4 Stflnford, K UHL i1mi JONAS McKENZiE THE OLD RELIABLE ' f Ml A " ipitis c Uilii ;.- - m ll:l I f t t w ef 1 114- - :?:t 4lWSfi fl ''MBim ll!f X Mount Vernon Monumental rYiH hi r &LVW illltf &ac&Dc&fprfk . HUM (?a ImimiEe Cmxmiorr Manufacturers of anJ 'VI DEALER in Marbles and Kzn General Merchandise Ul 4- - SBi? li. U ii t&& BE5Wft - TfcUM ". vL W.j .A j il m KMusk iw: ufMAiU r : larcWtect'serspective of huge Tiotel on the exposition grounds af San Francisco. Visitors to th There la a exposition at St. boviia in 1904 will remember the huge Inside Inn at that exposition. pulldlng at san f Tancisco, witn a capacity oi accommoaating mousanas oi peopie. i as iochuuu ui v. sroasB, Bear tke great Palace of Fn Artu The Iaslde Inn U aJcity la lualf. In the expo4ti Aa exclsfire mu!o acboot Opens Bptembr 7th. Com. plete coare IB PUno.Votea, Violin. Orrn. 'Cello. Pnbllo Bcnool Music Theorr. Br. moDT. Xni tugM. ctutM la Hlitoryof Mtule. SoMnbt FUtIoc and Btgbt Readlac, both TnflalMdlMtettme&tAl.. DtploBuuiVaued. Artlft asd Dormitory for (Iris. Tuition low. For catalog ldraa ttuleatreltldTnti. Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. oik application. NGEO. 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