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NUMBER 34 OLt vj XXIX lrJ-Mr- KY U1 Mis-.e- s , FRIDAY, -- MAY 19 1916 gB L XW- m J 3WjHl BtM Lucije The contract for the lourteen weicr Pilkento i, Anna Cass and Vioja miles of pike betw -- n Livingston Francisco, and Bronston Eldt-r- , and Hmdheid vas awarded Tue-- s and every ounce gOOQ paint" Koy nder, t.ivei s Oar-iand dav to .J. C and Albert Griffin $jtZ?J!&mn Manila's Green Seal Paint eives v B2 b s ire t uliOt hard and l L l'auie, who were the &w ' V. j JrF f few vi you good , honest full weieht. wi thout iMiriidi tening to ee the lowest bidder.--, bv .ever.il thous W phonn V.nrn G nAAA r li t&'j flnvmerely make 'Di hat Came True" put on and d liars Ther were four P to seem "heavy." Li it I by she H gh acuunl pupil: ot that bids in for the whole lire, wiih pi ce The Rtv Jese Be.igle, Lutes & Co , bidding onU on the The real test of any paint's value is n Lancaster holding a few mad from Mt.Vetnon to Diodhead. m its acuity to cover large surfaces is fir I well, and right there is where Green d s meeting it the Bapiibt church The bids were as f.. 1 .ws J Seal excels. here. asited by the Pastor, the The entire road, the W. J. Rev. J. A Pike. Mr. Beadle is a Sparks Co. bid 87,422 04; FarmIt is made conscientiously to give m fine speaker and an able minister ers Supply Co., $76,730.57; Dur-et- t you good wear. Mrs J. T. Lawrence is at Crab Construction Co. S6S.28S.89; Orchard this week, on account of J. C. Griffin, AlbertGriffin and R the serious illness of her mother, L. Payne, $57,647.80. For the I 11 who is not expected to live. Mrs. Brodhead road Lutes & Co. bid W. H. Barnes is with her parents $30,719 89. From the above fignear Bee Lick this week. W. H. ures it would be no trouble foi a Brown, of 1 ancaster and J. M . blind man to see who would be Craig, of the Quail section, have awarded the contract. We are course one serviceable suit vicinity this week not any part of a road man and do been in this for "all occasion" use this spring. I bu ing stock. Cash Hiatt and R. not claim any distinction in that L. Smith were in town first of line, but there is one thiug easy have more room for choice this year, for weVe week painting the town green. for us or any one else to see, and C. H. Frith went to Louisville that is, somebody is mighty high secured a beautiful new Clothcraft gray serge suit, Tuesday to look after the selling or somebody is mighty low on this from the same house makes the well-kno- wn of a car of junk he shipped there. work. Whether Mr. Griffin and W. L. Roberts and C. A. his associates have bid tins work Blue. Wheeldon are installing a laundry too low or not, is not a question for I T&J :.. here, and will soon he ready to do the people of Rockcastle to worry You'll wonder how possible to get so much all kinds of laundry and cleaning over, but on the other hand they good style and careful workmanship for work. They claim to have first should rejoice that these men have class Machinery of all kinds and figured that they can do tho work medium-price- d It's bscause the makers have specialized on clothes say they will be able to pat out at the price named. At neither for 70 years. The Clothcraft factory ranks among the foremost in the 22 work second to none. ot the other bids offered could the country in scientific methods of manufacture. Notice: I will be in Brodhead Fiscal Court have been justified in It's a case where good wages, fair treatment and high ideals have May 24th. for a week or ten days, awarding a contract for the entire produced better quality at lower cost. prepared to do all kinds of dental line, because there would not have been sufficient money to back it up. Blue or Gray M. TC. Pennington which shall it be ? work. $15.00 At the price for which the contract CATARRH CAN'T BE CURED has been let, and if the same standwith local applications as they ard can be maintained, there is cannot reach the seat of the dis- hope for a completion of Rockease. Catarrh is a local disease. greatly influenced by by constitu castle's two roads through the L. & IV. tional conditions, and in order to county. The contract calls for the cure it you must take an internal starting of the work may 25th, and remedy. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the completion of the road from taken intemallv and acts through Livingston to Brodhead by Janu- ISx 16 in. long, a X per JOOOpieces the blood on the mucous sutaces KK0-OK000K-- 0 21 of the system Hall's Catarrh ary 1st, 1917. 16 In, long, SB.OO per 1000 pieces V Cure was prescribed by one of 31 , 16 in. long, the best physicians in this country per 1000 pieces for years It is composed of some 1 imber be clear of all defects. of the best tonics known, comBro. Hutchins, of Proachers-ville- . die and other relatives here this bined with some of the best blood filled his reguiarappointmen; will make inspections week. W. J. Owens was in Cin purifiers. The perfect combinacinnati Sunday with his brothers tion of the ingredients in Hall's at Poplar Grove, Sunday. W. J, when notified. The Mu.ical program rendered by the pupils of Miss Fan Claud, Edd and Charlie, who have Catarrh Cure is what produces Brown, ou. hustling merchant,was Sparks at the Graded School, last evening, was greatly enjoyed by such wonderful results in catarrhMonday, on busigood positions ri , there. W. H al conditions. Send for testimo- in Mt. Vernou, all From those who had a year, to the more advanced pupils, the ness. Mrs. Edd Gentry was down, Barnes, member of the .firm of nials free F. J. Chenney & Co., efforts were evident ot splendid work of the pupils and thoroughness Barnes and Shafer, was in Mt Ver Prop., Toledo. Ohio. All Drug- from Mt. Vernon, Monday, and on the part of the teacher. gave the canning club girls a lecnon Tuesday on businesss. Frank gist, 75c. Ivlgr. The program as rendered was as follows: ture Eugene McWilliams and Halls Catarrh PiUs for Brooks, of Crab Orchard, was in family, of Bee Lick, were the town a few hours Tuesday. Second Valse Godard guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd ei:!.v-,- ' Bercejise County Attorney W. S. Burch VA"lT.iVimJl.t.JVrt-. -. tJt,y ff.Mj. , Schytte Langdon Brown, Sunday. Tommy Lyon, Cecelia Walton of Stanford, was in town Tuesday Cabaletta Langdon School will hold its the druggist, of Crab Orchard, Lack taking depositions in a case of J . Ooming of Spring Eggeling Tuesday was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Brown against W. M. Denny. annual commencement Dessie Niceley Saturday and Sun' i This suit has grown out of the evening, May 28rd. Dr. Macmil-la- n W. J. Bown. Happy Hours ) Miss Dessie Thompson day. Engtlmann will give the commencement On the Stage J failure of Chas. S. Lyons to meet & visited Mt. Vernon and other Dorothy Albright payment of a check given Mr. address. Miss Alma points last week. Welcome Gauschals The Operetta " Brown in the year 1912. Mr. Frolic of the Winds was the guest of Miss Cramm Prescriptions filled by an experand Mrs. Robert Chappell and Eve" will be given by the Lang Cress Scherzo Schubert Grace Thompson, Sunday. Most family went to Crab Orchard don pupils, Monday evening, May Edna Davis ienced all the farmers of this vicinity your business Tuesday afternoon to attend the 22nd. The Merry Sailors D. N. are thru planting corn. Miss Turner and Miss Krohn Games on the Lawn funeral of Mr. ChappelPs brother, Engelmann was thru here Tuesday buyThe Garden Party who was killed with seven others entertained their Sunday School Cress wool. forgfet to ask us about There will be singing Mary Elizabeth Lawrence. at Delray, Fla. last Saturday classes at LoVell Springs, Tuesday ing Melody in F at Providence, Saturday night Rubinstein when a train crashed into an auto a'ternoon. Chanson Joyeuse and Sunday. The death angel Ravina Dr. Cheek, of Danville, preached visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. mobile in which they were riding. Ada Brown Mrs. Walter Kobins is visiting at the Presbyterian church last hepry Hasty, Mpuday raorniug, Eventide Oarringtoii Aircaslles and claimed, for its ' victim their Reinhart relatives in Mf. Vernon this week. Sunday mnrning. Margaret Sparki If The Commencement exercises one year old baby which was their Miss Elqrq, Pennington re Q The Gondoliers 1 onlvohild. Its rennins were laid Kevin turned to her home in Livingston pf Langdon School begin Sunday, to rest in the Poplar Grove ceme Goodnight 1 Wednesday after spending several May 21st, when the Rev. John tery to await final summons of the Christine McFerron Largo Ml weeks with her sister, Mrs. A. O. Macmillan, of Lonisville, will last groat day. Campbell GibHandel Marion Kincaid Frith, here. Mr. and Mrs. Harve preaoh the Baccalaureate Sermon. bons was In Mt Vernon, Monday, Pierrette Mrs. Sallie A. Long Chatninade On Monday uiglitat 8:00. o'clock on business. Bowman are rejoicing oyer the ar Serenade Campbell Liplon visiting her son, George Long, is rival of twn babies at their home an operetta will be given by the of Bee Lick. Ruth Landrum dia few days ago. To a Wild Rose Miss Susie Hunt, pupils of the school under the Macdowell RESOLUTIONS. Waltz Faust) of Crab Orchard, and Miss Angie rection of Miss Newberry. This Gounod Christine Davis Hunt, of Maretburg, were with will be on the lawn if the weather Dudley Lodge No. 770 F. &. AM. The Flatterer Chaminade Orlando Ky. May 6th 1916. their sister, Mrs. W. H. Anderson, permits. Scotch Poem Macdowell Again we are called to mourn the first of the week. Mr. , and On Tuesday afternoon from four Rustle of Spring Sindinsr till five, the work of the various the loss of a beloved Brother, Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, and Mr. and Verna Welch Edward Halcomb, Who was called Mrs. John Robins and daughter departments will be exhibited. On Tuesday evening, at eight, to his heavenly refreshment on Mildred, spent Sunday afternoon are not of the opinion that she at tCjab Orchard. George Yaden the Commencement Exercises will March 31st 1916, And rememberwill ever regain her health. Her was in Louisville Monday and be held in the Chappel. At this ing the great Architect of the of Year for father, F. Francisco, and her sis Tuesday. The Old Chief, W. A. time Mr.' Macmillan will make the Universe doeth all things well we ters, Mrs. J. M. Suliivan, of Wil- Tvree has been treating hi address. Mr. Young and others humbly submit to his will. ReMrs. Maude Sproule was taken liamsburg, and Mrs. John Pike, of friends on home-grow- n straw ber- will also have a part in the pro- solved: That in the death oLBro. Halcomb the craft has lost a to Stanford Monday where she this place, and her brother, James ries for the past ten days, and gram. To ah underwent an operation Tuesday Francisco, of LaFollette, Tenn. says that he will soon have exercises the a loyal member, The community a morning. Her condition was were with her at Stanford sever- enough for the whole town, and friends of the school are cordially good cit'zenand a Time Christian, .. found to be of a more serious na- al days the first of the week Her that by the first of June he will invited. Ahd the family a kind Husband ture than thought to be, and little children, Miss Bessie, little Fran- - have new potatoes in abundance. KEEP YOUR SKIN CLEAR and a loving Father. Resolved: hope is held out for her complete kieand Master Harry Sproule We realize that the Old Chief is That Dudley Lodge extend to the AND HEALTHY. recovery. Dr . E. J. Brown, were there Tuesday to see their pressing the season a little, but bereaved family and relatives our one of the There is only one way to have by Drs. J. F. Peyton, and mother, returning that nteht. he dont do things by halves and assisted in their great a clear, healthy complexion and sincere sympathy D. B. Southard, of Stanford, and Master Willie Cass was in Stan- says if any body is from Missouri them to one who " bottles for 67c. best female tonics, that is to keep the bowels active grief and point F. Carter, of this-thi- s W. pWce ford during the week, the guest that he will be glad to show is auie to comiorc ana never ior- them. and regular. Dr. King's performed the operation. Mrs. of his sister, Mrs. L. B. Hilton. Msake those who trust Him. Resol Life Pills will make vour Get the Mr- - and Mrs. George Bray of plexion healthy and clear, move Sproule has been in ill health for Miss Judith McCall returned to Level Green, were ved: That these resolutions be fe the guests of the bowels gently, stimulate the several weeks, and several days her home m Maretburg Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Riddle made a part of our minutes, A Satur- liver, cleanse the system and puago it was found that jot her to after spending several months here day and Sunday. copy sent the Family and a copy Misses Mary. rify the blood. A splendid spring Jive at all she must wiefgo this in school. Mrs. H. H. Beaty, and Proctor and Hallie, be sent to the Mt. Vernon Signal Dick Martin medicine. 25c rt your druggist. mrX .. J3n- - t a operation, and whUJbe -- octors auu iwu uitngQiers; ana Mr. and and Charlie for publication. Bussel were in Mt. CHAS. L. DAVIS, Prop, Thone 87 Orcr feel that her conditwi'W jpeen Mrs. John Beaty, ot Science Hill, Vernon Wednesday H. C. Owens ) evening to' d V Committee. fffl fLtETOtiER'S S. S. Ball relieved to a grew exfceat, they are with Mr. Und" Mn. John Rid! the closing exercise of the H. L. Smith. J L. -r - .i vI.w.vrtTjim.ii'lSM i ii M d Fil enton, tlltl ol MlS. O t ACT . i. 4 i fell i . V -- I U I i Which ? pI la tab I Of you'll' want atjeast You lliismii Soldby '6130r that "5130" it's h-Fi- TllP $15.00. J. B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, x Kv. WANTED zxx SPLIT HICKORY tKKHHKKKHcKH)(l Sutton & McBee EITHER RED OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the uto Sookes SIZES! $5.00 The Clothcraft Store 2j, x 3, illelillel 3x $16.00 MUSICAL must Mr. O. V. jarrett Our Yours Very J STANDARD -- By John F. Fisher, WHEEL CO. r.- News PURE npi w n.Q FRESH We want Mid-summ- er Your man. Don't odak iSgagfjm ZZ Mt. Vernon, Ky. iG0d!(S R.H. MILLER, Druggist lSrdtiGiGL SPRING'S HERE! The Time of-the- se Blood Purifiers and Blood Tonics $1.00 it at "Wine of Life Root", a Pioneer Drugr Store at-ten- Children P w eASTORIi , took his advice and have always tongue plows; 1 mowing machine; The Senate and House stuck together and aided on" 2 rakes; one half interest in 1 binon the Army Bill finallv Today another when needed. der; about 2500 ft ol inch reached agreement Saturday, an Friday, May 19, 1916 each owns a big blue grass farm Having decided to go west, iron pipe in care of Mt Vernon as a result of their conference the -'i 1'bey have never borrowed from will offer for ale privately all of Fair Association; 1, 12 horse army in titnos of peace will num Published every Friday by a bank or paid a cent of interest my property, both personal and power boiler and engine; all of my ber 631,000. This, of course, in EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. They borrow and loan among real, as follow, un'il August 15th. interest in about 200 acres of chides the militia of the various themselves when necessary, never and on that day I will close all growing crops, to be sold as it States which will rapidly be $1 O take a note or charge interest. that remain unsold at public auc stands or so much per bushel at brought up to an efficient fighting UBSCRIPTION ONE VKA.R Their word answers ior note or tion at my home, Hansfora, Ky: gathering time. 2 stores and fix- unit. Under the provisions of the Advertising rates mace know 07 bond. Real estate for sale on easy tures, one store at Hansford and bill the standing army can never was a big nigger on ex terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of one at Sand Springs. 5 show cases fail below 160,000 and may be inThere application The Kind You Have Always Bought, and wliicli lias been His 130 acres, 4 miles south of Mt. 2 desks; 1 typewriter; 1 iron safe; creased to 175000m times of peace. hibition here last week. in use for over 30 years, lias home the signature of and has been made under his pcr- 7 weight was 793. Has been known Vernon, with 1 storehouse, dwell 1 share in Peoples Bank; 1 share This does not include 3i,ooo mem l Sfvrf 7 Ginfil Giinnpvician cinnn if a Infount MEMBER OF one meal a peck of pota- ing house and barn, and three in Mt Vernon Fair Association; bers of the quatermaster corps, ccccAZi. Allow no one to deceive you in this. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION toeat at " are hut toes, two chickens, a quart of cof- tenant houses, several good coal 25 shares in Central Life Iusur-anc- e the medical corps, and Philippine All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-goExperiments that trilju with and endanger the health of fee and vegetables in proportion. mines from which Mt. Vernon Co. ; 2 shares in Don Over scouts, and other unassigned reInfants and Children Experience against Experiment Ponies and carts are numerous and surrounding country get the land Shoe Co. of 'Indianapolis, cruits, so that the new army will here and are driven by grown-up- s greater part of its coal suply. fud.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural in fact number 200,659, with an s much as by children. Farm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 Credit Association. expansion provison that will allow Casto'ia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareThe city has a number of whole miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 W M Bullock. it to go ut as high as 254,000 in goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It sale houses, including groceries. houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in conta.iis neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic time of war. The bill includes substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms A. Oliver, formerly of Livii gs growing crop, 60 acres in grass J. all that the big army contingent and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it OUH BOONE WAY MAN ton, is doing a large bushes in and balance m woodland; adjoin Las been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, aked for except the "Federal Re- the grocery line on the corner of ing farm No 1. so as to make one Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and serv e" feature. It provides for a In Winchester Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, Main street and Highland avenue well located farm if purchaser national guard of 425,ooo men, on assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The writer asked Joe how much should desire both tracts. Farm The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. a basis of 800 men to each conThe writer came to Winches- capital he was using; he said about No. 1 lies on east side of of creek gressional district in the country. ter last week on an assignment of $200,000. Inquiring where was, it ALWAYS State Road inspection. The pres- he said the wholesale people fur and mostly underlaid with coal. Sufferers from Stomach Trou- Two of the mosr prominent feat GENUINE Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, ures in the bill are the provisions ent work is reconstruction of the Bears the Signature of nished the capital and he sold the rather a valley farm, with some bles Have Discovered a for a vocational training for the Lexington turnpike out of Win- goods, big a of them over the coal in the hill. lot Relief. regular array and 2o,ooo,ooo for chester. phone, when often the customer Farm No. 3 of i9o acres, one-hal- f the erection and operation of niThis city is "different" to quite To be a sufferer from stomach trate plants. The nitrate plants didn't visit the store at all. mile west of farm, No. 2; a a number of others in which we Dr. AT. J. Myers, the Mt. Vernon good strong valley farm in good trouble foi years and to bear all will mean untold wealth to the have spent time. The people are is located in the fourth state of cultivation and not very the torments that this all too com country in the shape of furnishing so friendly to the stranger. It is dentist, story of the McEldowney build- much improvement. About 100 mom ailment causes, aud then to an abundant sudIv of nitrate for not just a few who greet you with His outtit of electrical dental sicres cleared, balance in wood be benefited almost over night, is lertiiizer for the broad acres in unfeigned heartiness; it is the ing. like having a happy dream come this land at asum that will be inand other fixtures land. whole bunch. Nearly everyone appliances Th Kind You Have Always Bought about bis establishment is the Farm No. 4 of 2?i acres, 5 true. viting to every farmer to purTHE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. you meet on the street has a This has been the pleasant ex- chase. Of course the output of most complete of any outside the miles south of Mt. Vernon, in hearty good morning or evening cities. The Doctor has a in good state of cultivation, well perience of thousands of former these plans will be used tor the for you as they pass by. The city large of custom. improved; 1 good dwelling house, sufferers of this dreaded malady, manufacture of munitions in is a larger affair than we expect- fine run drug- barn and storehouse and all other who have taken Tanlac, the new times of war. The vocational ed to find. lis population is Our former Mt. Vernon gist, C. C. Davis, is now proprietor necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant reconstructive tonic, which aids training will doubtless Drove a something like lo.ooo. It has a Pharmacy houses. This farm is a creek nature to restore the stomach to great drawing card to men who of tho Brown-Proctoristreet railway and all modern conaud has a large trade. tarm, running to the hilltops, the habit of doing a luli days work are unable to get this character of veniences, including four railThe writer was pleased to greet with some workable coal in the and doing it well. ft traiuing in the other walks ot roads and a fin turnpike system. The present day mode of living lite. The larger army, the niR. A. Sparks and wife, M. J. hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard Main street and Broadway are Millar aud wife, and Mrs. C. C. set out this spring, consisting of has raised havoc with stomachs. trate plants and the vocational brick paved, and Lexington Av Davis, who motored over from about 500 Stayman ..VVinesap ap A tired, overworked stomach or trainiug will add to the many nue is asphalted. Main street at clean bank, a strong bank, a ples and 5oo Elberta peaches, if kidneys, abused by loo much or other marked achievements that night is Winchester's Great White Mt. Vernon, Sunday. too hastily eaten food, and our We are delightfully located at Way, being in that the residence of Mrs. R. W. Jones, all are true to name, with a guar other faulty methods of living, this historical Wilson adminiswith a the progressive anty from the company to prune tration has accomplished. electrical line. Two telegraph 140 Lexington aveuue. Mrs. and spray for 3 years. Holes cause an endless nomber" of ail hundred cannot afford to do business svstems are found here, the Postal at Jones is the mother of Miss Nola weie dynamited for trees and mems, among them being liyer Allen Quartermain and Western Union. The writer Peoples with any other kind, held the position of great care taken in setting the or complaints, kidney trouble, cahas not forgotten the system of Jones, who office of Law- chard. Also about 6 acres of tarrhal affections, dyspepsia, nerh.,-wi- ll in the The "Mode" oiv..id dots and dashes that be was ac- stenographer is seeking OUT business and is preyer C. C. Williams, at one time other orchard on this faim. Tni vous breaKdowus, lost ambli n make the season of 1916 at . customed to some twenty years has two other daugh. is tb- farm for the stockman; a and blood troubles. A Davi3' Barn, at $8 00 to 11 sur pared to care for ago and does part of his loafing in Mrs. fones People s affected, and there a living colt Season due w h n ers, who have positions of privatt QWVU iciiiu uu i vvin naucicu clliu hearing of the "sounders." secretaries in this city. Miss Nola only a few ye rs to wait tor & are thousands of them in cities mare is traded or parted jviiii A number of manufacturing esHwr.ie is too well known (a- - wt holds a similar position in the ot yo g u. .one irom growing fruh. tike Mt. Vernon, are lggy and as INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS his colts), to need any descrip are found here. tablishments fice of the County Judge Lee nervous and easily tired They tion or pedigree. However, you Farm No. 5 of 258 acres, adThe Hagan Gasoline Engine is Evans, at the court house joining farm No 4, with one good are worn out after a little exertion, can get pedigree at any time. among the products, and is said Will use all care to prevent acBoone Avenue is the finest resi dwelling house, barn and store and are moody and depressed. to be as good as the best. of over- cidents tmt not responsible shoul dence section of the city. honse; 4 tenant houses and barns, These are sure symptoms Winchester Roller Milk has a Winchester and Clark county good orchard; known to be as worked vital organs, which need any occur. Mode Crawford, big reputation. Mt. Vernon, Ky. It people are pleased to know that good if not the best stand for mer- cleansing out and regulating Out on Lexington pike, about will' v be routed to chandise in the county. Also has is for lust these conditions that RHEUMATIC'PAINS STOPPED two miles from the city:I found Boone Way The drawing of museels. the Boonesboro from Boone Park, N a good coal mine. Tanlac has proven beneficial. the factory of the McCormick soreness, stiffness and agonizing C: Some have suggested that it Farm No 6 of 250 acres, 2 Men and women in all walks of Brothers, who have patented and should be routed on to Chillicothe, miles west of farm No. f; good life are daily acknowleging the pain ot rheumatism quickly yield, to Sloan's Liniment. It stimulate-are manufacturing the best blue-grasooofPLKS Ohio, to which place Boone was valley farm, in good state of cul benefits derived from the Master circulation to the painful part. seed stripper on themarcet. twice carried ' a captive by the tivation; good house and barn; Medicine. Tanlac has become a Just apply as directed to the sore Their building is about 40 by ISO Indiaus. jg good orrhard; 1 tenant house; household word everwhere it has spots. In a short time the pain feet and their product on hands 'Mothers' Day" was generally about 1 2o acres ceu'ed and the been introduced. Its records for gives way to v tingling sensation is probably twenty car loads of by all the churches in balance in woodland. sales has by far excelled those of of comfort and warmth. Here's 'ii completed machines. A machine observed proof I have had any other proprietary prepration relief aince I used yourwonderful the city. The program carried 3 town lots in Bethurum & Lewliniment is pulled by a single horse. Some out by the Central Baptists was is Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. ever known in the annals of med on my knee. To think one appliof the larger seed growers use elaborate and beautifully ren and j lot in Jersey City, N. J. icine. Its success is based on cation gave me relief. Sorry I from fifteen to twenty machines. dered. A solo, mother, I'll Also have a few hundred acres of merit alone. Its best advertiser haven't spice to tell you m story Winchester is almost a city of The standing of a Bank is deterbe there," by one of the young desirable mineral rights to se'l. is the lormer sufferer who has Thanking you for what your srem edy has 1onrt for me " Jam-churches and I am told that the S. mined by the law under which it operladies of the choir wasextremely 'laboratories Ferguson, Philadelphia. Pa Sloans It is not worth while to speau of been relived. The big membership of the various ates, and by the ability and character affecting. Alter its 'rendition the water on these farms, as it is are working day and night to Liniment kills pain. 25c at Drug of its management. denominations accounts, to a large scarcely a dry eye could be found well known that Rockcastle is one supply the great demand which gists. The conservative methods of this extent for that friendliness and among the large congregation. Bank, its record of 15 years of sucof the best watered couuties in has been created by Tanlac shown among citizens lellowship MissMarie Brook, of London, this state or any other state All throughout the country. Its in cessful banking and the courteous and to visitors and strangers. treatment extended to all, are its best is teaching m the city schooi here. of stant leap into popularity in this these farms are handy to The old Presbyterian church recommendations. The writer hasn't seen a drunk churches and schools and the section has been marvelous. buildin 0, .V V..4 WUUW 1UUII1 UUtCU run-dowman in Winchester after five days county has YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, under consideration, 4 Nervous, tired out, and is located diagonally opposite sojourn within its borders. One turnpikes out of the town of Mt. mpn aud women, or those suffer- Hotel. It is the Brown-Proctori- a negro was convicted for bootleg- Vernon, stomach' kid,ney' Uer of Vernon north and south, east andJi-DSfr.oof brick and was trected in 1857 ging, in the meantime. or caiarrutu uuuuics It is now occupied by the printing Winchester is a splendid pro west. Several miles have been liuesunui MT. VERNON, KY. let and work already begun. Should visit, in Mt. Vernon is coming three years old, pure e.stablishment of the Winchester Daily Sun, the church organiza- gressive city. There are three Those farms are on the pike road R. H. Miller, also at Central bred, dark hay sta'lion, 15 hands R.W. Merritt's in this city. They leading south from Mt. Vernon, Drug Co., Livingston, and Tohn high with white spot in forehead, tion having built a little further bear no relationship, so far as on the waters of Dry Fork and Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead a horse of eood weight, bone, and down the street a much more m kTJooo known. James Maret. Skeggs Creek and most of this W. M. Owens' store. Burr, Lvne substances and in every waya m m pretentious commodious and $3 land i limestone laud and fine Bros., Crab Orchard, S. E. Welch a good individual, and a good building in 1894. The First Christproducing aud grass land. Will Berea; J. Reydolds & Son, Bee breeder. ian Church also has a splendid This horse is perfectly sound, sell on easy terms any part of this Lick, Ky., whererbe Tanlae Man building and about the strongest will explain the merits of this with extreme beauU and finish land Sale for Taxco, 1 91 5. land or all as a whole. Anyone organizatiou in the city. The Cenwonderful reconstructive tonic You can make no mistake in matwishing to buy land, either for intral Baptist Church, on LexingI, or one ot ray deputies, will I will stand my 6ne, big Gervestment or home, will do well to and the results that may be ex ing your mares to him ton Avenue, has a fine new buildWAMPUS JR. will make the offer for sale at the front door of man Coach Stallion, Barney, for call and go over thi land, and get pected from its use. ing. Diagonally opposite is the season of 1916 at $5 00 to insure a the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, the season of i9i6 at J. L. Hasty 's building of the Disciples of Christ my price and terms. For the living colt, at my barn out on the Tune 26th, the following tracts of farm, one mile north of Level a branch of the Christian Church, benefit of those who might know "Old Plantation," better known land, for taxes due County and Green; three miles east of Walrut which will not permit an organ or DRUGGISTS-STO- RE these farms and locate them betGrove and three miles south of as the late Judge McClure farm. State: instrumental music in their serter by name, I will name them by KEEPERS Quail, at Care taken to prevent accidents No. 1. vices. Among some of the other their former owners: Tract No 1 An exclusive Tanlac Agent 93 to insure a colt Tour but not responsible shoud any oc- Bryant. Mary, 40 acres $ 3 ,90 church buildings I have seen are known as the Sand Spring coal is wanted in" every town, vilSwenney, Mrs.W.M,43acres 2 01 months old. cur Let ut build you an inch the First Presbyterian, Washingfields; Tract No. 2 known as the lage and cross roads in this Barney is 16j hands high, and Address, ad. in this paper: a colNo. 2. ton Strtet Presbyterian, Imman-ue- l Will Price farm at Sand Spring; county. For particulars and weighs 1,350 pounds; has fine umn ad., a pag ad., or Jim Garfield DaVault, Fishback, Mrs. Ada, town lot Episcopal, First Christian, Tract No. 3 known as the old bone and body and will get you advertising plans address any old tire ad. Mt Vernon, Ky. for 1913 and 1915 5 .83 the highest priced work Methodist and Catholic; the larger Tommy Graves valley farm; horses to Cooper Medicine Company, i Laswell, W. D., town lot be found anywhere; the big, fine number being located on Main Tract No 4 known as the K. J. Ohio. Dayton, AVOID SPRING COLDS for 1913 ane 1915 39 43, fellows that bring the money. street. Main Street and Broad. crCinney farm; Tract No 5 5, .99 Come Sowder, R. E., town lot Let h tell in forceful terms: Sudden changes, high winds, and see him belore breedway don't run parallel here but known as the W. G. Nicely farm Smith, J. H., town lot 1914 5. 70 ing your mares. Care taken to shifting seasons cause colds aud Whit you've got to sell C. cross each other about the center at Hansford; Tract No. 6 known grippe, and these spring colds are ThompsonJ.E . to'n l't 1914 12. ,28 prevent accidents, but not responWhat it's worth No 7. ATTORNEY-AT-LAof the city. the Mat Deboard and later the sible should any occur. annoying and dangerous and are Why it's best at that price 10 acres $3 likely to turn into a chronic sura Centers. Wm. There are eight brothers of the MT. VERNON. KY. Albert Hamlin farm near Level J. A. HASTY, 81 acres 6. 71 mer cough. In such cases take a Clark, G. W. -Gilbert family living out a few Green. Level Green, Ky OFFICE. On 2rd floorf treatment of Dr. King's New Dis- Durham, Nute, 50 acres 4. 59 miles from the city that are reThe Bank of Mt. PERSONAL PROPERTY for street. Special Vernon , on Church covery, a pleasant Laxetive Tar Hagan, Mary, town lot 14. 74 TRADE MORAL Joan of Aro Such an advertisement attention given markable from the fact that like 3. 80 sale on easy terms: Syrup It soothes the cough, Kelley, S C No. 20 acres was the only woman on earth to collections. in this paper will bring 10 the old story in the third reader, schecks the cold and helps break Tyree. W. 8 work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack-bed- ; able to resist a bargain advePhone No. 80. 6 98 buyers who hardly knew A., town lot decades ago, that we old fellows up an attack of grippe. Its al1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire you existed before you Cam Muluns S R C rtisementand she's dead. If ready prepared, no mixing or read when wc were boys. The buggv; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 advertised. fussing. Just ask your druggist you've got a bargain in someGilbert's father called them be turning plow-- ; 3 section harrows; C for a bottle of Dr King's New died and rething, advertise it to the womfore him before he FOR FLETCHER FOR FLETCHER'S Discovery. Tested and tried for 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva peated that old story. The boys en folks in this paper. over 4o years. tors; 4 double shovel plows; 4 bull WM W ML VERNON SIGNAL - NOTICE! Children Cry for Fletcher's -- od What is CASTORIA - EXPERIENCE OF THOUSANDS LIKE A HAPPY DREAM CASTORIA r In Use For Oyer 30 Years a The Man Wkh A Million bank man k Needsa up-to-da- te The it. y - Peoples Bank s mm mam Clean, Strong and Safe n m WAMPUS JR. The Bank Mt, jpspi B Hess r r Reputation Props Ads. as BARNEY ATTENTION ? Williams, f-f- .! Children Children Cry CASTOR CASTORIA fajj- MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky May 19, 1916 Tennis shoes for every foot h "-"- O r Fish's Sport Shirts, and Ties at Store. Drnin-mond- s' 79 cate Willi "No. 79" wtxca wan toCommunl- - TJ f J 3IQNAL tap Mr. Frank Ball aud Miss Laura Masou were married this morning. Judge G. M. Ballard Today and tomorrow will be the Teachers examinations. Mrs- Sallie Ballard and Sara Chandler HQ ijL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure a. s s . 2XE X33SZ2 .L0UI6VILLC & &Kr Nashville GOOD WILL is the foundation upon which this Business has been built. We could not buy the good will of oar customers. It would not stay bought. The affairs of this store has always been conducted alone the lines of straight-forwarbusiness principles, which has won the good, will of its many patrons. Their good will belongs to us by right of having won it fairly by right of deserving it. If we did not gain that good will by reason of the service our organization lendered, that "good will," upon which our greater success depends, would slip through our fingers. d No Alum No Phosphate m R. R. Co. Sport shirts for young sports at Fish's. octs. per pound, while iambs are being engaged there at 8cts. per English stvle low shoes at cut 3 south ii:48am pound for June 25th delivery. prices at Fish's 21 South 12:13 am State Pure Food Inspectoral When you think of Palm Beach J as. Landrum, Agent. Livingston Wednesday, inspect- Suits think of the new models at Phone No. 8. ed the two stores of J. P. E. Fish's. and pronounced .ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoBce Drumtnonds', Por Sale. Good s mail matter. as 22 nortn 24 north 5.0? p m 3:56 a m Wool is selling T ME TABLE. are the examiners. at Lancaster at three-quarte- second-clas- The Central States Amusement Notice: I will be in Brodhead. improves Co., a kind of a street fair affair arMay 24th, for a week or ten diys. slowly. rived very unexpectedly in our prepared to do all kinds of dental Miss Flora Pernington is the town last Sunday. They are here work. Mrs Andrew McKinnev. M. K. Pennington. Miss guest of relatives here this week. and that is about all there is to it, Djcia Kincer was here last week takenlTp Mrs. Bettie Pike is visiting her except the band which is fiirst visiting friends and relations. A black male hog weight sisters Mesdames Parrot and class. W. M. Bullock and family spent about 100J pounds, unmarked. Sunday Brown. Notice:- - We have a number with Mr. and Mrs. HerOwner must call for same at once of subscribers who have evidently Bullock, atSandsprings. J. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Adams of or I will make some disposition bert C. Graves, is slowly improving Mt. Carmel 111., are here for forgotten about owing a past due Ramie Shephard, subscription. Say, we need it, of the hog. G. R. Evans is erecting a new awhile Mt. Vernon, Ky. and we expect it. We are not barn. Misses Cora and Ina KinMr. and Mrs. Prewitt Thomp they SERVICES AT THE CHRIST cer, spent first of the week with son motored over from Garrad furnishing papers free, cost too much money for that kind their Grandma Mrs. McClure near IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. eounty yesterday. of business. This is meant for Mt. Vernon. Sailie Doan of Lin Sunday School 9:45. Conn Asher was up from Livyou, Whoever you are or Where-eve- r r coin county, was here last week. ingston Wednesday night for the neacuiD ourvice 11:00 a. m. you may be. W. O. McKinney of Dallas, was The Rev. Macinillan has been inplay at the Graded Sshool. here first of the week. Misses A mass meeting of the Demo- vited to preach at this service. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cox are reMonthly meeting of Official Martha and Fannie Kirby were at joicing over th? arrival of a big crats of Rockcastle county is hereMt. Vernon Wednesday. There by called for Saturday, May 20 at Board 3:00 p.m. fine boy, born Tuesday night. will be preaching at Mt. Pisgah, 1 :oo o'clock P. M. at the court Christian Endeavor 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Franklin, whom we re house in Mt Vernon, for the purThere will be no service at the fourth Saturday night and ported very sick last week, is pose of selecting delegates and al- eight, that the congregation may Sunday in this month. some better, but still very sick. ternates to attend the State Dem- attend the Baccalaureate Service IN AN EMERGENCE. Misses Estep and Christine ocrat Convention at Lexington on at the Presbyterian church. Messrs Herbert Cox and Davis and That it is absolutely necessWednesday, May 24th. ary to have a full supply of every L. & N. EXCURSION RATES. Chas. L. Davis motored to Crab G. C. Fish, in the alphabet in order to Orchard Sunday. Round trip to Louisville, fare letter Chairman Rockcastle County Willis McKenzie and Monroe print a reliable article, is proven $4.20, June 3. Ticket limited to Committnje. by the following : Singleton spent Tuesday on Rock- Democrat three days from date of sale: accastle River fishing and they re"We begin the publication' Commencement. With the count of Spring Race Meeting. the Roccay Mountain Cyclone port the usual fishermans luck. baccalaureate sermon at Christian Douglas Park. with some new diphphiculties in J. Niceley, Cam Mullinp, I. church, last Sunday morning by T. Round trip to Knoxville, $i 45, the way. The type phounders Fish, Wade Levisay and S.P. Bow- Dr. Cheek, marked the beginning June 9 July phrom whom we bought our out man, spent Wednesday and yes- of the close of the Graded High Limited to, 15 days from date of phit phor this fishing with Dick Moore on School for this year. On Wednes- sale. printing ophphice terday Account Summer School of phailed to supply us with any day night was the play by the pu- the South Rockcastle River. University of Tennessee, ephs or cays, and it will be phour pils ot the diflerent grades. A June 20th to Mrs. Harrison Branatnan and July 28th. or phive weex bephore we can get Reynolds, of the Wil special outdoor program was arMiss Maude Round trip to Lexington, $2 55, any. We have ordered the missranged, including a big picnic May die section, are a'., the Robinson 23d and 24th. Limited to ing letters, and will have to get Hospital, at Berea, this week, to dinner on the grounds, for the May 26th. Account Democratic along without them until they pupils of Misses Watson's, Crawundergo operations. State Convention come. We don't hque the loox ov William Linville, John J. Mar- ford's and McFerron's rooms at The $50,000 damage suit of Bert this variety ov spelling any better Grounds. To nip In will tin and Mr. McCollum, three the Fair McDowell against the Bond-Fole- y than our readers, but mistax will prominent farmers and business be Commencement proper, the Lumber Co., was tried in the Fedhappen in the best regulated pham-lieprogram for which appears in this men Of the Scaffold Cane section, and iph the ph's and the c's issue. The two graduates are eral Court, at London, this week. were here Tuesday. McDowell, while in the employ of and x'sand q's hold out, we shall Miss Ruth Mullins and Mr. Will Mr and Mrs. K A Sparks, Mr. Tnompson, and in behalf of these the Bond Foley Co., fell from ceep (sound the C hard) the and Mr. M. J. Miller and Mrs. C two splendid young people we their log train, and was badly in- Cyclone whirling aphler a phash-ioU Davis, motored to Winchester, till the sorts arrive. It is no want to say that the Mt. Vernon jured. His leit arm and leg, and Sunday, to spend the day with High part of hts tight hand, were cutljoque to us it's a strious aph- School has never turned Chas. J. Davis, returns gthcssine out two more creditable graduates orl, several ribs toru from the spi- phair " Exchange. night nal column and in other ways was than these two. The jury at London, Ky., last Mr. N. I. Kastham, of thr Qu il The program consisted ot a badly injured. Mr. N. U Boud, Monday, in the case of the United section, the man who bought the plav president of the comoany, offered . and ongs, by the primary W. D Cumrai' s farm, came in department, McDowell $5,000 as a compromise, States against McCalls Fitzgerald, Miss. Georgia this morning to bring hi daugh which he refused, but through his a former cashier of the First teacher, the Ma pole ter. who wil take the I'nunfy ex- drib bv the pupils from Miss attoruev, Jackson Morris, filed suit National Bank, which failed here in April, 1914, brought in a verdict amination Blanche rawford's 100m and a for 50.000. The jury gave Mc- convicting him on the thirty-twMrs. H. ". Younsj has returned drill and march by the pupils fiom Dowell 4,500 or $500 less than he in the two indictments. from Louisville, where she has Miss clyde Watson's room. A was offered on a compromise. counts He was charged with misapprobeen lor a week, with the haby, n:mber of the parents were pres Attorneys C. C. Williams and H. having the little one under tret ent, who greatly enjoyed the ex- J Johnsons, were the attorneys priation of the bank's funds, making false entries on the for the Bond Folev Co. mentof Dr. Barbour. The child ercises banc's books, embezzlement, and shows but little change, but the What the Mt. Vernon Graded One of the most interesting making false reports to the ConDoctor thinkr he can pull her School is doing will never be ap games of ball played on the home troller of the Treasury. The through, but it will take time predated by some until it is too field this season, was Tuesday af- case had been on trial all week This is what the Warren (Penn.) late for their own good or for what ternoon, between J W. Brown s and attracted much interest on acEvening Post has to say ot George service they might bave been in Men Class and Rev. Young's Class count of the prominenoe of the acPayne, who joined the Warren making the school better than what of Loyal Sons, all of the Christian cused. Atter the jury reported base ball club last week. The ti it is To run a school satisfac- Church Sunday School. The boys Judge Cochran left on the 4 o'clocic cle is 3s follows : "Payne looked torily to every one is an impossi- plainly showed that they had been train for Maysville. Mr. Fitzlike a million dollars during his bility, beexmse there are always practicing up for this game for gerald will not be sentenced unbrief stav on the mound. He was some people who expect the other some time, when the score showed til this week, during the regular the only pitcher of the four to fellow to do it all with nothing re- up 10 to 2 in favor of the boys. term of court. "hook" them over." quired of himself. It is likewise The line-u- p was as follows : Judge Cochran announced bethe case with some parents who brown's men. fore leaving for Maysville that' he LOCAL never require their children to S. F. Bowman, Lf; F. Miller, would hold a term of court g study at home, never give the 3B; R. H Miller, SS; V. C. Tate, 2G to try the case June Something new every day at Fish's teacher any encouragement, but C; Roy Britton, Ci; Herbert Cox, against W. B. Cit3hing, former New Gingham, Silks and Pop on the other hand stand ready to IB; F.L.Thompson, Jr., P; C. D. president of the bank. Catching lins at Drummonds" Store. agree with the child on every Sutton, 2d B; E S. Albright Rf. is under indictment on several Fresh Vegetables, Meat and whim against the teacher. The LOYAL SONS. counts. Fruit at Drummonds' Store at result, the child takes advantage of E. Bowman, SS; L. Chestnut, d Judge Cochran sentenced Livingston. the situation, which goes from bad IB; Dick Cox, C; BillThompson, to five years in the Federal Qqe week from tomorrow is to worse, the child does not try 2B; "Monk" Baker, Lf; Jamie prison on one count and filed the and the teacher is handicapped in Thompson, P; Aubry Martin Rf; other thirty-one- . Booster Day ip Mt. Vernon. All persons holding Booster Tickets helping that child, it makes no Ralph Griffin, 3B; Chas. L. CQUQH FAMILY A GOOD are hereby notified to hava them propress and from the standpoint Davis, Cf. Up to the Seventh Inning of that parent the teacher is to SYRUPhere that day. blame for it all, when in reality Brown's Men had failed to make Cari he made by mixinq pjne Tar, Miss Sarah Brown, daughter of tfre parent is the foundation of all as many spres as expected arid, at Aconite, augar, Hyosoyamus, that critical moment Messrs. Mr. Pan Brown, of the Glades, sec- the trouble. EJvery parent ought Monahan, O'Neal and Thombs sassafras, peppermint, Ipicac, tion, was tried here yesterday and to have the experiences of a Very kindly consented to redeye Rheubarb, Mandrake, Capsicum, adjudged of unsound mind. She teacher for a while and many of Bowman, Britton and Albright. Muriate Amonia, honey and glycwill be taken to Lexington today, them would learn a few things The two scores for the men were erine. It is pleasant, healing and made by soothing raises the phlegm and and O'Neal. The law lirm of Williams & they never thought or heard of. gives almost instant relief. For Johnson, of London, has dissolved. We are proud of our Graded convenience of those who prefer not to fuss, it is supplied ready C. C. Williams, who was School and with those pupils, with Atty. I made in 25c bottles under name whom it has been our privilege to the senior member of the firm for Infants and Children, of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. gave as the reason for the dissolu- come in contact, and who have Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Can be had at your Druggist. In tion that the business of the Lon- applied themselves, we know that sist on getting Dr. Bell's Pine Tar year term has been a Bears the. don .office called him away from the 1915-1- 6 Honey and see that the formula Signature of . most profitable one. is on the package. home too much. George Procter PERSONAL them in excellent condition, itary and clean. r san- Jeasey cow and calf, it Martha Prask, Burr, Ky Mrs. R. L. Mattingly, of Covington, was here last week to see her father, J. C. Graves.Misses Berta and Bertha Kirbv and Rissie McKinney were the guests of Misses Sidney and Lauulla Kincer, Sunday. Several, from this place attended church at Hopewell Sunday. Uncle Logan McKintey is better at this time Mrs Nora McKinney and children spent Sunday with Mr. and B firmly established in the minds of those whom we have served that we are fair, equitable aud sound in our principles and conscientious in our efforts. It is The greatest success we can have is your good will. 8 WAwaagStwa &: fefONfc r CAmr. CUffTtt . I'-- Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings 4 rsfTTVs gvrggyr4, E R O M 8 y'ffB M T. Commencement Exercises -- nt Vf RNON HIGHISCHOOL FRIDAY EVENING MAY NINETEENTH Mount Veinon Monumental Nineteen Hundred Sixteen J Verna Welch ( 18-1- 20-24-2- Piano Selection Christine Davis of and FVmrcAlWR in Marbles ana Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 Manufacturers Invocation Chorus, Mr. Young Where the Lillics Bloom," High School Chorus i' Remarks Baccalaureate Address Presentation of Diplomas Benediction. Mr. Irvine Dr. . C. McDougle Mr. W.J, Sparks s, 2 w I" i GRADUATES Miss Ruth Mullins Mr. Will Thompson n 1 I THIS -- Mc-Fer.o- n this community. J Mr. Merchant You say you've got it alL You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. 3 ad. is directed at the who has all thjC business in his line in I LIBER WTERAX persons on Friday the 13th of the month. C.Let a black cat cross your path. CBreak a mirror. CWalk under a ladder. CAnd bad luck won't touch your business if you adverrist in this paper. CTrade ads. know no super1 ; BUILDIiNG 3 o Make this community buy more. Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. Q Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs cheap; advertise a big washtub sale in this paper. Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it the minuta they look at your ad. Talk strong on washtubs. And you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. I Thafs creative business power. J CSit at a table of 3 MILL WORK Wc Get Our Prices and Will Get Your Trade Proctor& McKenzie FiMiie52riTluN0N,KY. I a-- stition. OURj AD. RATES ARK RIGHT CALL ON US (CoyrrUfct, 1W9. C.H you have goods to sell, let the ad. do it. :s .rV-Sv- by W. 7X. UJ com-menciu- 2XZZZZZ Wanted: All the See me before you sell. 4-2i Fitz-geral- BKr 1 r ffa tS j Mothers i eet. wool I can Will pay the market price. 1 1 vra w k V m use 4t. J M. Craig, Qnail, Ky. SFreyS - 1 Verrafl r. rs ." is- - V 1 ivuuiurea 'd fashioned WOllBlS. continu-ts3tmom- ue w WW al m Saves Eyes For Sale: Two Jersey cows with heifer calves. W. B. Sigmon, Wildie, Ky .tf A SYMBOL OF HEALTH Greece ate simple food, practiced temDerance and puriay. As a As a badge they used the star which the regarded as a symbol of health. A red five pointed star appears on each pack age of Chamberlain's Tablets and still fulfils its ancient mission as a symbol of health. If von are troubled with indigestion, billious-nesso- r constipation, get a package of the tablets from your drug gist. You will be surprised at the quick relief which they afford.. five-pointe- the Lamp Oilthzt Nothing fa more important the home tnn clear, steady light. in Insure clear and dean without a flicker down to the last drop. PennsTlvaiila crude oil refined to perfection. Coats no more than the Inferior MONEY-sa- vw &5!H!?on o'is-sa- Te" WOBK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOLITE OIL in carrels direct from our works. The Pythagorians of Ancient c 1 4 c. 1 .Uo.can 1 on hand. It Je ones happy deaT-- r CASTOR A &&?&& upt in iti. tie pi 0. dijafcot- - mefnj25c or can't pnl Chas. G. Stoll Oil Co. LexingUp, Ky. Refinery offWarren, Pa. E. a. FREY, MD. Wseell thecalebrated "KoCarb Auto Oil. BALTIMORE. Obtainable-everywhere- .' 2SfffoaialeiBLS r AWtb TT-xn- -- p.nrii .. L UUVt m nfrairxr anryv I9H:!-- 5 "P kIIIIb IIP n a w& lr T RAILWAY STRIKE g Cams frw fviahCfc Atfx- - s3 I SH081 IN TRA!I CSiw lO iHEFNuhEK4 mas WOULD iNFUC L St-V-- ipl 'W I am ? Are You TjeadytoPlayYourPart? ol a nation in time ot need is the nowcr of her industries. fincnc r PCrXl America must find out what this producing power Ci is and then develop it The capacity of every plant must be gauged. The ability of every man must be known. For War is Mechanical. It is Electrical. It is Chemical. It It is EVERY :s Mining, Manufacturing, Transportation. ohase of Engineering fused into a single industry rhirty thousand Enguieers today are serving YOUR COUNTRY without pay.- Trey are making a survey of YOUR COUNTRY'S Indus-iResources They are helping YOUR COUNTRY to FIND ITSELF an J You! They are charting the channels ot commerce. Sounding each source of supply. So that, should the Day break when War must come YOUR ARMIES in the held will be but the crest of a Wave of Industry, as wide as the American Continent and as deep as the American Soul. That YOUR COUNTRY may know what the Engineers are doing, the Aisociated Adverting Clubs of the World have pledged their services to the President of the Unr.ed States. And this advertisement, pub'ished free Ly this paper, is part of a nation-wiseries to secure YOUR with the Engineers. CAS I DOT" - T'M' "W T "W Hi Some Interesting Figures As To ual Earnings Of Men On Southeastern Roads. Act- Ui If jflinr WAht Of e k' ' : mKw r rj" .. SWERiNB Would Cut Farmers' Prices, dustry And Face Cities p h In- litil:i:!li'ii"i!i' ' Tl HE power "THE NATION'S 'DEFENSE." Here is the This is, doubtless, the question you are asking younelf. fully with the Engineers so answer: If vou are a manufacturer they can do th-- ir job qutcLly and efficiently; if you are a working man helpyour employer to help the Engineers and be prepared, if so needed, to be aSoldier in Ind.tfr. behind the firmg line, which is just as important as being a oldirr on the Tiring line; il you are a business man or a professional man, or whoever you are, help mobilize '"GOOD WILL" behind this patriotic task oi the Engineers in behalf of .National Defense and International Peace. '.IT ''" OF THE COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD OF THE UNITED STATES m The American Chemical Suciety 29 West 39th Street. New Yo'V Enpneenm Soaenej Bu&Snt Amrncan The American T"he ol Gv3 Engineer Jiortr of Mining Enginrers The American Society of Mechanical Engineers The American Intitule of Electrical Engineers with M miimmmmmm Going West?i Want some reliable information about any of the country west of the Rockies Californio, Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Montana, Nevada, Utah, Arizona. New Mexico. Texas? Want to know something about farming opportunities, railroad rates, routes, automobile highways, hotels, resorts-- prices of land, methods of farming, etc.? ; Washington,. D. C. In connection with the movement of ttain and engine employes for increased wages, t frank statement of the ea. .tings of nen employed in freight service in he southeastern territory will doubt-es- s be of interest. For engineers" the prevailing mini-nurate in through freight service anges from $5.15 to $5.G5 per day or engines of ordinary typss, in local reiglu service from $5.25 to $G.OO for ngines of ordinary types, in both hrotigh and local freight .service ioni $11.25 to $7.00 for Mal.et type jngines. For white firemen on engines of ndinary types the minimum rate anges from $2.75 to $3.5(1 per day in hioui;h freight service, from $3.00 to ;;;.; in local service; on Mallet ngines in both through and local service from $4.ui) to $4.25. For conductors the standard mini-iiiirale in through freight service . $4. lu per day, in local servi e $1.5u er day. For white brakenien the standard ate in through lreight service is 2.75 per, in local servicp $3 pel day are the minimuni The foiegoing aily rates that must be iiiadi? Ly the ailways to each employee in the lasses named who dees an work ai .11 in a day, irrespecthe of how feu ours he may be on duty or of how ew miles he may actually run. Thesv ates are paid lor any woik up to 00 miles with additional pay for iverthne if the run is not complete:! n the specified nuinbe-- of hours. On the oilier hand, the earnings of employees frequently exceed these figures as the actual earnings depend upon the number of miles run and, in the case of fast freight runs, the earnings are much higher for com- r Demands Are Granted Farmers Will Have To Pay B.g Part Starvation New York. On one point re.ated to the demands of the unions of train service employes for a heav increase in wages the sentiment of the general public has been expressed in no uncertain terms. That is on the question of a strike. Leclarations have come from every quarter that an interruption of transportation will not be tolerated by the public, but will call foith drastic acinjury to the tion. The enormous country that would resu.t from a n-wide strike of train service em ployes is discussed by a writer in the March National Alaganiie, from which the following extract is taken: What such a strike would mean to the American people cannot Le set torth in mere facis and figures. It can be dimly imagined by those who realize what an intimate and vital part railway transportation plays in every industrial activity of the country. There is scarcely a person in any part of the land who would not be immediately affected if the millions turning wheels on our of busily nearly three hundred thousand miles of railway were to stop for a single uay. If the tie-ucontinued for a week, the blow to the industry of the country would be greater than that caused by any panic of recent history. To the big cities of the coun- ry, and particularly to the cities of .he eastern seaboard it would mean .t cutting off of the food supplies that vould place the inhabitants virtually in a state of siege. In the case of many food products these cities do not carry on hand a stock sufficient to feed their people for more than a week, and in the case of some, such a milk and fresh vegetables, supplies ;re replenished daily. The stoppage f transportation, therefore, would mean suffering and want to these city dwellers, and if continued for long would threaten many of them with natio-p im l ? Increase D. repcirtdness and Peace and C'rti " "r W Hll t - the Kngi?ieer B till Washington, usually feel little interest i' railway labor disputes and are dis posed to think that such troubles an . emote from them and canrot tone hem directly. In the pending que. lion between the Brotherhoods o "reight trainmen and the railways o ihe country the railways ev.dentl. ..re making special" effort to inforir ihe farmers on the points involvet and to enlist their attention. It is argued by the railroad mai agers that the final disposition of th dispute will be made by public senti ment. They reason that the farms, to a final "show when it comes down," really controls not only tht political power but the sentiment o. .learly all the states. Therefore, the to his horsi re trying to appeal ense. They are sending out a good ler.l of literature directed especiallj o the farmers probably the first iinie such a course has teen taken n any reat labor struggle. Thej ay they are convinced of the geiu :al public's confidence in the horse . one, the insight and the fairness of the American farmer, and that, therefore, his influence must he powerful High Wages Now Paid They are dwelling especially on the C Though farm-or- s justice and maintained But to insure this kind oi peace Americana must itions are now defended not alone by iignting men. 2 industries. The Eng'np rs ol this country, trained as only American En gineers are trained, hold that truth to br; as fundamental as the law oi gravity. With the authority oi the United States Government more than 30.000 En- gtneers and Chemists, members oi live eminent American scientific bodies, re making for the first time in the history of the Government a minute, sweeping survey of ths uidustnal resources ol America. They will go to he factories and mines of the land and with their sole method, efficiency, and their sole motive, patriotism, form a vast, flexible organization, such as he world has never known. Their work will be the ban for creating in this country a true line of defense in time of war - the ability to produce swiftly, abundantly and with sustained power all the thousand and one elements of modem warfare. Vithout such production the:e can be no efficient army and navy. Military Preparednesi wins the battle. But Industrial Preparedness s involves no huge expenses. Only wins the WARl Industnal rrepared.-.esthe KNOWLEDGE of what American Industry can do. To KNOW .he extent of each plant, the equipment of each shop the capacity of each machine, the ability of each man. THAT is the essence oi Industrial r That is the task to which th ily thousand Engineers are pledged. The Engjieers" work will lay for all time the ghost of ifu "'munitions trust" by making it possible to hav; munitions made in thousands of plants. This vital work of the Engineers will supply th nu itary authorities in Washington with information never before collected, and it is cam:d for ward w thout a dollar's cojt to the Govcnment. And this dertisement i Clubs of t.ie Woil i nave pre not paid for. The Asicnted Adv;rtisin pared the copy and th- - puil sher hae patno ic illy responded and primW Defend and i.ral Pc.ce wrhout pay for the sake ol Natr-thui .imnum .' All Amtwuan art aiked t urtkr haJ ajilh th learn hiis 19 taist up an iTfreznjilr nalt if dtitnt ij;ll4,l a dav vt t'lui COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PRFPAttXD P SS OF III M.. J) SfATO NAVAL CONSULTING UOARP OF TH"! m -- HE Untied Ftate drjires peace, based on with honor. &j (j int-m- a 5 1 "li r Arnmcannn x .. M Chil Entrwrs Rw Anrncan SocKly tc Amciican IivWinr cl .Mwirg Lrsmer. TI Arra-a- n t It Ain-- fi n C mi- - I Thr Scrict-- r PuiToiv in iti rwti-alEr- "W tr argument that the freight trainmen already are the highest paid laborers m the world. They submit figures to show that in many instances freight rrain employees earn from ?75.00 a month for the trainmen, or "brake-man- " as they used to be called, to $250.00 a month for ergineers, work-ini- g a month. They aie asking tarmers to inquire into the facts and convince themselves that most of the talk of excessive hours of labor on railways is empty and contradicted b the facts. More than sixteen hours of continuous work in railway service is forof bidden by law. The instances men kept on duty so long as sixeen hours are a very small fractional percentage of the total employment; the become less every jear, and almost invariably are due to accident or some unusual weather conditions. The managers of the railway comout point that the panies to accustomed himself farmer, to twelve fourteen hours from and work steady day a of rarely earns in a year as much cash money as a trainman on duly from ten to twelve hours, and never continuously at work, can earn, resting to from labor from of his time. In the south it is a familiar maxim that "it takes thirteen months to make a cotton crop." The man who raises ten tales of cotton gets for it in money from $450.00 to $500.00, and from this must pay his living expenses, fertilizer bills The trainmen are said and labor. to average $500.00 a year, this being ;he estimate of the Brotherhood leaders themselves, and the engineers to $2,500.00 a draw from $1,500.00 year, the conductors and firemen earning wages between those of the trainmen and engineers. Farmer Vitally Interested Aside from the question of justice, it is pointed out that the farmer's direct interest in the matter is that his welfare demands freight traffic adequate to the needs of the country, from 22 'jHBiiSiMEJ'yffi? 'ifJ -- Y $tfcee &j3&,3Gya&3i Brodhead COMPLETE yc 5yc j j to 23 days j Magazine is the one big national magazine, relleeting the life of this country and giving accurate information concerning its growth and development. Send 10 for a sample copy of Sunset Magazine and write us a letter asking for whatever information you desire concerning any state in ehe West. . ;" :s It's our business to know all about this Poeilie Slope country-Sunse- t paratively short hours. Taking as an illustration a fas freight train running over a division 15o miles long where the daily run hours and :J0 min utes, the engineer would receive foi this 7 hours on duty the sum of $S.10, the fireman $4.70, the conductor $G.5, and the white biakeman can be made in 2 -- 7 actual starvation. To the farmers of the country a general railroad strike would be a catastrophe, only less serious. Cut off from his market, the farmer could not move his produce, and the price of grain and other staples would be quickly cut in two, which the market perishable articles value of more would disappear .entirely. The great industrial plants of the country would SBANYILL5 OWENS UNDERTAKER Ky LINE r3tcr ; ; SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU $4.10. Sanfrancisco 3p3rpjc r. w W&3&X&3C JVI 303&Z . - 4 JONA JcC&QCi J3i3X; -- - "" " f" " 'x cKENZIE ft 1 Titus while the first figures show the minimum that can be paid an conductor, or engineer, fireman, brakeman for a day's work, the latter figures show the wages that can be and are being made l.y train and engine employees on fast freights on long divisions, such as are being run every day in regular service by a number of roads in the southeast for handling live stock, perishab es, and other freight which it is ne.essarj to move on expedited schedules. In yard service the standard rates soon be forced to close down follow-inthe declaration of a strike be- cause they could not obtain supplies needed for their operation, nor could they ship their finished products to 3C market. Their plants would soon be idle, and millions of men would be thrown xut of work. With the income of practically every class of citizens either seriously cut down or suspended entirely, merchants would K Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - phone orders Promptly Filled ye&c&tf&c SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION transact little business, because there would be few purchasers. In short, the industrial activities of the whole country would be virtually palsied from the moment the railroads ceased to operate. one-fourt- h one-thir- d FOLLY IN DE CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, b3CC line of good &y&teO&3& toeS THE OLD RELIABLE A &&X&X8fr General Merchandise ,st;sM'l. Farm Implements i., jjLpoLiJoqpoGpcpx ." v '3fcde3Kse3tS6c9faica6xTicsft ... JVI rvi J.7. "IS ji &jv$pbX'ip ";rqcc3ja k " - !. ys ; UKDEBTAKS5 2Kft A A at 1! c a. aa Hnv linn nf f'nnnl, iiuv vi. vuuvu unexcelld is mi f!uaL-- o vaanut in '; ( Hand-mad- e Coffins furnisliec "' ft Hearse sent to all parts of the County. ji v All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,i 91-- S . 1 M W.1 MlVyERtfON, KX wa'. ..l "J.'JO-V- ? Mrs'. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Kv.. in rwriting of her experience With Cardui, the woman's Before I began to use ? tonic bhe says further: Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain- - would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as wen as run a Dig water mm. I wish every suffering woman would give -- It Always Helps says for white employees vary from $3.00 :o $3.50 per day for day switchmen, and from $3.20 to $3.70 for night switchmen, and from $3.50 lo $3.80 for day foremen, and trom $3.70 to These are J4.00 for night foremen. the minimum rates that can be paid for a day or any part of a day up to 10 hours, after 10 hours pro rata overtime is paidi Under the men's proposals the low- ; est yard employees who now receive $3.00 for a lo hour day would receive $3.00 for an 8 hour day, or $4.12 for the work at present performed in 10 hours, and the night vard conductor now receiving $4.00 for his 10 hour day would receive chis $4.00 for his S hour day, or $5.50 for the work at present performed in and that whatever injures ihe rail10 hours. roads or hampers their operation or prevents their development is a direct 100,000,000 Paralyzed injury to him. If the trouble should Just as the railroads have begun to develop a general strike of the freight nake money, after several hard years, train employees, resulting in a tie-uhey are threatened with a great of traffic, the farmer would be untiike. Four national railroad union? able to ship out what he raises or hreaten to tie up every steam road to get in what he wants. He will be n the country. The number of asked to consider whether the railinvolved may total 400,000 roads should be crippled by being They seem to have it in their powei compelled to pay 25 per cent increase o stop all freight and passenger traf in wages to men already receiving ic on 250,600 miles of track. far more than the average prosperWe have never had a strike of sucl ous farmer, with resulting injury to ;cope and magnitude. It would par the farmer himself and if the railalyze all American industry and com roads are compelled to grant the innerce and stop our export trade. A crease and have to raise their freight people wouiu rates, lation of 100,000,000 will have to pay a the ;tand still, while its biggest industry big part of farmer the increase. bought out a question of wages and hours. A deadlock would be inconRank Nonsense. ceivably destructive. Bangor (Me.) It is the rankest nonsense for The News. Trainman to pretend that the public las nothing to do with this I usine.ss. A Railway Break Down. In the case under consideration, if i"he public has everything to do with the engine and trainmen should win t, as the brotherhoods will find, if heir point, it would be but another hey refuse arbitration and cast to the winds. The mos: ;tep towards it general railroad break-lowowardly government could not, in and that would mean eventual hat case, shrink from its supreme ;overnment ownership. The railroad jemployee who assists "uty of keeping the national high ays open to commerce. Xew Oi in any move of that sort, once he ans government employee a became would undoubtedly spend a goodly Freight Accidents Decrease. part of his time when off duty in trying to find how many kinds of a The use of the huge new loco mo donkey he had made' of himself. Ates and the long and heavy trains lanta Iron Tradesman. ainst which the Brotherhoods ol ight trainmen, who are asking a The Wrong Theory. inrnious increase in wages, protes To pursue a dispute as to hours j vigorously, seems to have resultec and wages on the theory that wori i a rapid decrease in accidents tc ingmen are entitled to all that can ailroad employees, and a decided in beforced from employers and extort- rease In their safety. The numbe'' ed from the people by employers is f railway employees killed in ser not the best way to promote the per'ce diminished from G20 in 1911 t manent welfare of labor. New Trk 52 in 1914, and the number of In ured from 6C01 to 4823. Worl. p s con-ervatisn, FOR SHORT TRAINS MADE BY UNIONS Might Just As Well Ask Country To Return To Sailing Boats And Ox .Carts Washington, D. C. To the public that pays every dollar of the railroad bill (and forty-fiv- e cents of every dollar paid for transportation is for wages) the leaders of the four brotherhoods of railway employees, who are demanding increased pay, say: "All the railroads have to do to meet our demands for higher wages is to shorten their trains, move freight more rapidly, and escape the penalty of overtime wages." The fallacy of this statement, which is the argument used in support of the demand for increased wages, is well shown in the following editorial which appeared in the Washington, D. C. Times of April 19, last-ditch 1.50 Iii3ii0i?)fril?!ii 28th ROUND TRIP FROM MAY Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. G. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. CROSS TIES BlackgWhiteOak DELIVERED AT END OF JOHNETTA RAILROAD Johnette, Ky. WILL PAY the FOLLOWING PRICES: No. J, White Oak, 7x9, 81 ft. long, 45c. No. J, Red or Black Oak, 7x8, 82 ft. long, 25c. WANTED Times-Picayun- e. under the heading "A Mad Freight Train Idea:" "Everybody in the ranks of the general public will agree with the railway managers that the campaign which the railway workers are waging, particularly in the west, for shorter trains, while at the same time demanding higher pay and fewer hours of work, is of all possible claims the most preposterous. Jndeed, in economics it is an ideal little short of mad. "The railroads have spent hundreds of milions of dollars lowering grades, eliminating sharp curves, Lallasting roadbeds and putting in heavy rails, so that powerful locomotives, larger cars, and longer trains could be handled in one niovemen If this object had not been achieved" railway wages never could have been advanced to the point at which they already have arrived and traffic rates never could have been held down where they are today withort the Ahole railroad system of the I nitel states being made a financial wreck. "Any child can see that if, after .he principal railroads of the country have been reconstructed to haul the heavier tonnage in mass, you crt every freight train in half, the cost if operation must be increased two Iocomotiv.es with s vhere one now does, with two where one now does, with two iremen" where one now does, with wo conductors where one now does, vith virtually two whole train Crews vhere one now does, not to speak of the new equipment and the newte-aiina- l facilities that would be needed. "This proposal is not essentia ly different from urging that the. world go bad- - from the steamships of today to the sail barks of centuries ago, from the railroads themselves to the stage coaches and ox carts of the past. It is like suggesting that the farmer himself drive his wagon-loac.f produce in small lots day after d&y to the distant market of the city instead of loading it in bulk into freight cars and shipping it all at onca by ran. -- C. H. RICE, Agent LIVINGSTON, KY. 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