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T.Young Tues- - -- till Insure your floors and furniture against wear and shabbiness by covering them with Hanna's Lustro-Finis- h, the finish "Made-to-Wa- lk it - Established 1887 NUMBER 35 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, week. were called to Mt. Vernon, You Needn't Be afford. a Millionaire Dressing well doesn't necesarily imply spending more than you can Of course you can pay a lot for dothes if you want to, but why pay for more value than you actu- day, on account of the serious illness of a child of the Rev. and. Mrs. H. T. Young. Dr. W. F. Carter was called to see the child of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Young in consultation with Dr. Chestnut. Cashier A. M Hiatt was in Mt. Vernon, Wednesday, a few hours. County Attorney E. R. Gentry, was in town Thursday. Floor and Furniture Insurance On." (j HannA? sv. It will surprise you how quickly it can restore soiled floors, renew worn fur DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION The Democrats of Rockcastle county met in mass convention at the court house Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and named eighteen delegates to go to the convention in Lexington on Wednesday. The meeting was called to order bv G. C. Fish, the county chairman, who stated the purpose for which the Democracy had gathered. RESOLUTIONS. Be niture, brighten up woodwork, etc. handiest thing you You'll say its the have ever had about the house. Hanna's Lustro-Fin-is- h comes in all wood colors. ally get ? iiiKiii ZLEEag&fy L' always made ' it a point We've to put in the things that are highest in quality and most reasonable in price. ' con- Easy to apply. Does not fade. 1. ANTIQUE 5TAlM...WAni..rM towalK oh OAK J-ADDIITATION U- ; it Resolved bv the Democ- racy of Rockcostle county, in 'Ht In men's clothes, for example. What better ean be had than Cloth-craat $io to $20? It's the same all the way down the line. Shirts, hats, socks, collars, underwear, every thing you buy here is bound to please because you feel that it is worth every cent you pay for it. Our new Spring styles are awai1 itig your approval. ft 1000-00K0-0-CtKKK-al vention assembled- :1 That we believe in an honest, efficient and economical administration of the governmental affairs, whether of the national, state, couuty or municipal governments. HANNA PAINT MFG. ,. Cm . '"cosponATro - SOLD BY J. B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, WANTED Kv. That we unreservedly the unparalleled achievements of the administration of our great President, Woodrow Wilson, which has faithfully ful filled the promises made by our party four years ago by the enactment of many needed laws, 2 en-dors- e Auto Spokes EITHER RED OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the L. & N. IJ SPLIT HICKORY which protect the people against special privileges usurped by de signing interests, and which has patriotically and successfully met every serious question arising in our foreign relations. .- - -- - That we unreservedly believe that our great President, 3 Sutton & McBee X The Clothcraft Store KKKHKKKKKHKKKKKlt with comprehensive mind and ?tout heart, correctly interprets the aspiration and hopes of the people of this republic for honorable peace, exact justic, righteousness and humanity. 4 We especially commend to the people ot this State the splendid record of our able and faithful Governor, Hon. A. 0. Stanley, and his associates in office, under whom many beneficial and reform measures have been enacted into laws. x 2ht 16 in. long, $5.00 per lOOOpieces 21x3, 16 in. long, $13.00 per 1000 pieces 3;X 35, 16 in. long, $16.00 per 1000 pieces I imber must be clear of all defects. Our Mr. O. V. Jarrett will make inspections when notified. SIZES Yours Very rjly, STANDARD- WHEEL CO. - By John F. Fisher, Mgr. Mrs. E. J. Brown, Stanford, Sun- - Eva Mae, of Louisville, were the dav at 10 o'clock v. tn.. following guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Pil- an operation a week before. Mrs. kenton dunne the week. Rob Sproule had been in declining Hicks left Tuesday morning for health for several months but was Detroit, where he hasa position of able to attend to her duties until a foreman for a construction gang, few weeks ago, when it was found and will want as manv as twenty-fivmen for this place as soon as that an immediate operation was gets properly located. Mr. and necessary. When the physicians he performed the operation it was Mrs. W. H. Brown, of Lancaster, &fpw imccigiSs ViJiJl(MWl4is-Ifound that her condition was much were here Tuesday to attend the wWTTiTTsSSiT'Wm Miss worse than a thorough diagnosis funeral of Mrs. Sproule. Hallie Barnes is the guest of relahad revealed to them, and little or no hope was held out tor her re- tives in Stanford this week. Lear will begin at once to improve cover . She began sinking Sun- Mrs. J. J. McCall returned to her this property. H. H.. Reynolds day and gradually grew worse un- home in Maretburg after spendMrs. Sproule ing a few days with her daughti) and son, Edd, are m Cincinnati, til the end came. was a daughter of F. Francisco. ers, Mrs. J. J. Albright and Mrs. wnere tney nave good positions. WHOOPING COUGH Frank Brooks was here a Mr. .and Mrs. Walter Boyd, of Besides her father she leaves three B. R. Wilmott. TYillard Hilton One of the most successful children, Miss Bessie, Frankie was here Tuesday. Mrs. Sarah few hours Thursday of last Corbin. were the guests of Mr. and preparations in use foi this disweek from his home in Stanford. Mrs. A.J. Sutton and Mr. and and Master Harry, several broth- Mullins spent several days with ease is Chamberlain's Cough RemJ. A. Osborne, and his daughter Mrs. W. B. Boyd, a few days the ers and sisters. She was a mem-wa- s her daughter, Mrs. M. H. Barnes, edy. S. W. McClinton, Blandon of the Christian church here this week. She was also vis- Springs, Ala., writes: "Our baby Miss Josie, were in Stanford last latter part of the week. Mrs. week. Albert Albright, and little Mollle Durham and G. S. Dur- and a splendid woman. Her iting relatives in Maretburg and bad hooping cough as bad as most son, of Lebanon Junction, were ham, of Sptrks Quarry, and Mr. remains were brought home Mt. Vernon during the week.- - any baby could have it I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remehere Thursday of last week on ac- and Mrs. Fred Durham, of Mt. Monday, and were laid to rest in Mrs. Walter Smith, of Crab Or- dy and it soon got him well." Obcount of the serious illness of his Vernon, were here Saturday and tne Christian Cnurcn cemetery chard, was the guest of her par- tainable everywhere. R. H. Sunday on account of the sudden atter short services by the Rev. J. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens, brother, Bob Albright. They say death evens all scores, Jlicks was in Mt Vernon, Thurs- and serious illness of Brack Dur- C. McClary, of Sfanford, the of- during the week. Dr. M.K. Penand perhaps thats, why we keep day, of last week on business. Mrs. C. C Howell- - and ficiating undertaker, assisted by nington, of London, is here foi a ham. right on stirring them up. Hiss Bessie DeBoard, a teacher in chUdren will leave tomorrow night Revs. Jesse Beagle and A. f . Pike. few days practicing dentistry. "War will end by Christmas," tfte Berea college, Berea, Ky.,was for Detroit, Mich., where she will We extend to the bereaved much Bob Albright, son of Mr. and Mrs, says a headline. Better make it here one day last week, on her join her husband. Mr. Howell has sympathy. Rev. A. J. Pike held W. H. Albright, died at he home J uly. way to her home at Level Green. a good position, and they will regular services at the North Roll- of his parents Thurs,dav morning. J the Fourth of - Mrs. Marshall Smith was in make their home there. We ing Fork Baptist Church, near He was a. sufferer of tuberculosis. C H AMBERLAIN'S TABLETS HAVE DONE WONDESR very much to give up Mr. Lebanon, Saturday and Sunday. Funeral arrangements have not Mt Vernon one day last week beOR ME." tween trains Mr. and Mrs. John Howell and estimable family. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress, of been made public at this time " I have been a sufferer from Brcwn, of the Quail section, were ueorge Yadon, who has been1 Preachersville, Mrs. R. L. Collier, rnursaay; but his remains will stomace trouble for a number ot here several days last week the spending several days here with Mrs. Daisy Hunt, Mrs. Henry likely be buriei at the family bury years, and although I have used guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rid- his parents, will return to Detroit Brooks, Miss Mamie Hold man, of in& ground a short distance in the a Sreat number of remedies ommended tor this complaint. dle They also visited the family with Mrs. HoweU. Mrs. J. M. Crab Orchard, Mrs. J. M. SulliMrs. n n pi-- . Chamberlan's Tablets is the first - S. L. Cummins, at Crab OrofOwens was in Mt. Vernon, Satur-urda- van, of Williamsburg, and James and Mrs. Henry Taylor, of Shel- - medicine that has given me posishopping. chard, before returning to their O. A. Frith Francisco, of LaFollette, Tenn., byville, and Mrs. J. H. Thomas, tive and lasting relief," writes ''home. The Brodnead Real Es- - was in Mt. Vernon, Saturday, be attended the funeral of Mrs. Maude of Forest City.N. C, were with Mrs. Anna Kadin, Spencerport, tate- Company closod a deal with tween Mrs. trains. Maude Sproule, Tuesday. G. H. Under- - their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. N. Y. "Chamberlain's Tablets 0UA...1 have done wonders foj me and I X3. L.Lear for the Wilmott Bros. CntialA CTT4n ui 1XT , TT oprouie, wooa, oi ,UUJC wmuw Tm tt a. u briendale, and Mrs. G. G. Carter, amH KAili mjl. Trr TH. w. highly." Ob- m Main street. Mr. died at the residence of Dr. and ' Underwood, and little daughter. Garter and yium, during ihe1 vaiue them family erywaere. e - SrGllfleLGl We heartily commend our Democratic Senators and Repre sentatives in Congress and in our State Legislature for the loyal support they have rendered the National and State administrations and the many wholesome and beneficial laws they have aided in enacting. 6 That the following be and are hereby named as delegates to the State convention to be held at Lexington, Ky., on Wednesday, May 24, 1916, viz.: J. M. Craig, Dr. Walker Owens, A. H. Hamlin, Julian Bordes, F L Thompson. J. W. Brown, James Maret, D. 0. Poynter, W. K. Jones, T. N. Noe, W. M. McHargue, James Coffee, Dr. W E- Gravely, J. M. Norton , Jonas McKeuzie, W. R. McClure, Geo. Bray, W. J. Sparks, E. S. Albright, Lewis Reams and C. C. Williams. 5 PURE DRUGS &, FRESH Your "Prescriptions filled by an experienced man. We want your business Don't forget to ask us about our Kodaks msm&kK 4p -- Kodaks zffrizSi R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. -- SPRING'S HERE! The Time of Year for Blood Purifiers and Blood Tonics one of the best female tonics, $1.00 bottles for 67c. re-gr- et "Wine of Life Root", Get it at the rec-r.nnnt- rv. y, Pioneer Drug Store 'Phone 87, CHAS, L. DAVIS, Prop. -- I M I F r 'i ''vv ' m: fr irr c - "J' s t4i iMta ; . .pV , (, reirfiiiiiTTrnmrahimgt 1 1 r; rf ruiTniMMiirT-n- i MT. VERNON SIGNAL tongue plows; mowing machine; tually an investigation was started would make line reading matter. 2 rakes; one-hal- f interest in bin-do- to find out the eauso ind when the; He didn't know he was talking in about 2500 ft. ol I4 inch truth was learned it was found the piesence of an old newspaper ' Friday, May 18 1916 Having decided to go west, iron pipe in care of Mt Vernon that the land was so steep that man. 'tie will be mighty good to Association; 1, 12 horse Black was using the gun for a will offer for sale, privately all of Pair me when he learns it. Published every Friday by There is another good citizen, my property, both personal and power boiler and engine; all of my planter, but the worst is yet to EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. also, vho will not want his friends real, as follow, until August loth, interest in about 200 acres of come, for Black complained of I e to know that he was once in the and on that day I will close all growing crops, to be sold as it ing badly crippled up, That night $I.O Italian clock business. He is a that remains unsold at public auc- stands or so much per bushel at later it was iCarnod that he UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR man with land interests, but lives tion at my home, Hansford, Ky: gathering time. 2 stores and fix- fell out of the Held three times that Real estate for sale on easy tures, one store at Hansford and day, it was steep Come on Advertising rates maae know on in the city to get the advantages terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases j Brodhead and Jarve Cook, line up. of its many conveniences. He application spends many of his odd moments 130 acres. 4 miles south of Mt. 2 desks; 1 typewriter; 1 iron safe; Mrs. Larkin Pen ingt n, who has share returned trom the London Infirm- iu that same store of "Oh Hello" Vernon, with storehouse, dwell I share in Peoples Bank; M KM HICK OF in Mt Vernon Fair Association; ary, is rapidly recovering. Mrs. Toe. We don't think he likes to ing house and baru. and three KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION face of an Italian tenant houses, several good coal 25 shares iii Central Life Iusur- - Mamie Oldham and Mi.--s Zeltna look into the mines from which Mt. Vernon ance Co.; 2 shares in Don Over Jones were here between train, clock unto this day. Winchester has a good system and surrounding country get the land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, Tuesday, in route to Mt Vernon. Ml VI' 3&? iuil Ind.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural Mrs. Hobert Griffin has returned of city mail delivery. Has six or greater, part of its coal suply. 4 Credit Association. from .London after a few days' harm No. 2 of 156 acres, more rural route deliveries. W. M. Bullock. visit with relatives. Mr. and of the miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 Winchester is the location 1 barn, about 35 acres in Mrs. Will Bradley are rejoicing Kentucky Wesleyan College, a houses, over their first born, a fine boy great and celebrated institution growing crop, 60 acres in grass Mr. tiid Mrs. V E. Gray were in LoixHiig-sLei5- ! OUK BOONE WAY MAN It will be remembered by most of and balance in woodland; adjoin London. Saturday, shopping bethe older people what a "ruck ing farm No. 1. so as to make one tween trains. The Graded School if purchaser In Winchester ashee" was raised when the ques. well located farm J. E. Woodall, the hustling at this place will close .vith an en tion of removal was up and for a should desire both tiacts. Fsrm By James Maret. long time (afterwards the feelings No. 1 lies on east side of of creek salesman, of London, was with tertainment Friday nisjht The and mostly underlaid with coal, our merchants Tuesday. Mr. and noted car, L & N 77777, passed Road work this year in Clark engendered were not smoothed No. 2 on west side of creek, Mrs. T. P. E. Drummond left for through here lat Saturday with County of turnpikes that have be out from the wrinkled brow of Farm s coal a valley farm, with some Knoxville, Tuesday, to visit for Cincinnati in train No. 70. come somewhat worn About 15 disappointment felt by some of the rather for si few days. G. S. Grif Cond ctor Keal was running the coal in the hill. miles will he reconstructed durine: tliOSt interested parties Farm No. 3 of iflo acres, one-hal- f lin is n Louisville for a few days train, so Mr. Cook, we notice the Two public school buildings are the year 1910. Four miles on the Mr and Mrs. Giles wonders of the world also. Mrs. mile west of farm, No. 2; a on business Lexington pike, two of which is to be found here, located about two valley farm in good Shell aud two children, of Level S. K. ilellard, of Mt Vernon, was KoJncr rt htr Hip for. p squares apart, aum commoa- - good strong and not very Green, returned home Sunday here between trains. Monday. will be finished within next ten iouS structures, and cost probably state of cultivation About 100 altera few days visit with relatives Mrs J E Woodall, of London, is much improvement. oww, " days. Tlie other two miles, just Mr. and Mt. Vernon Place, is located on acres cleared, balance in wood- here. J. W. Baker, of Mt. Ver- visiting relatives here out of Winchester, will be begun non, was here between trains Sat- Mrs. G. V. Caloway are visiting land. within the next few days by the the left side out Lexington Ave. Farm No. 4 of 27 1 acres, 5 urday. W. H. Rice, of Bond, relatives in Patis. Att'yHd Genabout half mile from court house. Clark County Construction Co., miles south of Mt. Vernon, in Ky., is visiting relatives here for try, of Mt. Vernon, was heie The cost of reconstruction of Was so named in honor of Mr. and Mrs Clar- between trains, Wednesday. in good state of cultivation, well a few days. these roads vfcry from i2oo to Washington's home. Winchester is erecting a large improved; 1 good dwelling house, ence Ram bo, of Maywood. are Rev. J. M. and Mrs. Macmillain. $1,800, per mile, dependent upon visiting Mr. and Mrs D. B. Ram of Louisville, were here' between the length of the haulage of the and commodious hospital, that barn and storehouse and all other bo. of this plaoe. Miss Cora Grif trains, Tuesday, eu route to Bar necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant There is virtually no will be up to the minute in all metal. fin, who has had a position in bour ville. He visited several of grading to do, only the ditching, modern improvements and con- houses. This farm is a creek Shelby ville for the past few years, his friends while here iu the short running to the hilltops, which is not heavy. The quality veniences. Construction on the tarm, with some workable coal in the has accepted a position at Norton, time he had to stay. He is liked of the stone being used is fair foundation is under way. Its loVa., teaching short hand Mrs by all that know him, aud the but cation is on Lexingion Avenue, hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard C. only, making a fine l'oad-beA. Blantord. who had the mis- writer thinks a great deal of him, consisting of its lasting qualities are below the just across from Mt. Vernon set out this spring, fortune to get her hand badly perhaps because he is a good man apstanddard of that which is being Place, aud about a quater of a about 500 Stay man Winesap or it may be because it was he ples and 5oo Elberta peaches, if mashed is slightly improved used on Boone and Dixie High mile from the cemetery. (We supper given by the daught? that tied the knot between Mrs. The ways through the mountains. don't mean to make any insinu- all are true to name, with a guar amy from the company to prune ers of America at the Junior Hall, Owens and niy.solf, that made us These roads should last, as now ations at all in mentioning this and spray for 3 years. Holes Friday night, was a grand sue one Lr. K. u. webn is prepar being buil, f jr probably eight fact.) The Winchester Cemetery, out weie dnamited for trees and rcess. Mrs 1 homas arlev. who ing to open up his business in the years if only used by wagons and great care taken iu setting the or- has been in the infirmary in Louis- Masonic brick. We understand buggies, but with automobile traff- Lexington Avenue, was estabAlso about G acres of ville, for a tew weeks hits returned the doctor will add other lines to ic added to that of other vehicles lished in 1854 aud is one of the chard. home greatly improved. Rev. his already large business as he it is hardly piobable they will city's beauty spots. Its new gate other orchard on this farm. This Fred Jones, of East is the farm for the stockman; a Bornstadt. will have more room. hold up four years. The Muddy at the main entrance was erected good farm an well watered and filled his appointment at the Bap- KH HUM ATIO'PAINS STOPPED Creek pike, leading out of Win- in 1904, just half a century alter only a few yeirs to wait tor a tist church, Saturday and Snndav. chester, is also being repaired. the first burial look place within The drawing of tnuseels, the young fortune from growing fruit. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rice, of Louis- soreness, stiffness and agonizing The Ruckerville pike will be its bounds. Farm No. 5 of 258 acres, ad- ville, are visiting l'elatives here pain ot rheumatism quickly yield looked after soon bv contractors "A waste and trash" wagon farm No. 4, with one good this wee!'. We are pleased to to Sloan's Lmimeur. It stimulates The Paris pike will receive the at- makes its daily morning rounds of joining dwelling house, barn and store hear that our old friend, James circulation to the painful part. tention of the county force under the principal streets. houses and barns, Maret, has been given a good po Just apply as directed to the sore Decendants of the Fish and honse; 4 tenant the charge of County Engineer G. pain spots In a short tune good orchard: known to be as silion in the road department, for gives wav to w tingling the sensation J. Hunt, and the efficient super- Halev families of Rockcastle are for mer- if ever there was a man that has ot cnmlort and warmth. Here's intendent O. E. Billeter who is represented here by the Azbills, good if not the best stand county. Also has burced the midnight oil, it is he, proof ' I have had wonderful chandise in the now'finisbing uoone of the two Foxes and Meritts. and when the pike is completed relief aince I used your liniment a good coal mine. mile gaps on Lexington pike. J. E. Burgher. Engineer of Powell G of 250 acres, 2 through this county it can truly on niv lenee. To think one appli Farm No. Land costs a little something county, came down Monday to see cation gave me relief. Sorrv I miles west of farm No. f; good be said lhat James Maret did his over here. A Mr. Green of the Winchester Commercial bod haven't space to tell you m story valley farm, in good state of cul- part in helping to make it possible i hanlciiig you for what your rem Perry county bought a fifty acre ies in regard to a donation toward for Rockcastle county to have a edy has don for me." Jams b. tract one mile out on the Lexmg-roa- d part of expense of the construe tivation; d;good house and barn: pike. Three cheers for our old Ferguson, Ph'iladelphia, Pa. Sloans 1 tenant house; for which he paid $204 per tion of a highway from Stanton to good Moore, of Liniment kills pain. 25c at Drug friend Mn ret acre. He has just completed a the Clark county line, a greatly about 1 2o acres cleared and the Tiner, Jackson county, spent a few gists. in woodland. y.ooo brick residence thereon. needed thoroughfare. We don't balance PR0SPEFUT ON SOLID 3 town lots in Bethurum & Lew- days with Marshal W N. Riggs, Mr. Wash Gay, who was a cit- think he returned empty handed, BASIS. of this place. Mr. Moore is a izen of this county in 1895, we for Winchester never does busi- - is Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. There is no reason to fear ind us and 1 lot in Jersey City, N. J. Democrat of- the deepest dye and learu, died some.five years ago. uess that way. we wish to compliment him for trial depression in the United Have met W. P. Azbill, who is Will give Winchester news Also have a few hundred acres of being a Democrat in Jackson States after tlie war in L'urope one ot Winchester's citizens. He papers a round in my next batch desirable mineral rights to se'l. county, as they are few and far ends, in the opinion of Secretarv It is not worth while to speaK of is in the wholesale lumber busi- of scribblings. the water on these farms, as it is between up there, but when you Redfleld, of Department of Comness, and is also, one of the firm find one he will do to tie . Mrs. merce. In reply to a suggestion of Azbill and Bush, dealers in coal Acting in absolute harmony, the well known that Rockcastle is one Meadows, of Mt. Vernor, from Assistant Secretary Malburn, and feed. Mr. Azbill 's mother Democratic State Convention, of the best watered comities in James is visiting relatives here this week ofthe Treasury Department, that was Julia Fish, a daughter of Wednesday, in Lexington, adopted this state or auy other state. All Mr. and Mrs. Claud Griffin, of the Amei ican people are in danger Jesse Fish, Rockcastle noted sur- a platform reaffirming its faith in of these farms are handy to near Mt. Vernon, was here from of overlooking preparedness for veyor and leading citizen of half a the Administrations and policies churches and schools and the Saturday until Sunday visiting peace, Secretary Redfie'd points century ago. The writer being a of Wood row Wilson and Gov. A. county has under consideration, 4 relatives. -- A few days ago we met out that the country's kin to the Rockcastle Fishes raked O. Stanley, and named delegates turnpikes out of the tuwn of Mt. our friend C. L. Black on his way war business probably does not up relationship to Mr. Asbill. to the St. Louis convention in- Vernon, north and south, east and to plant corn, and our suspicion exceed five per cent, of its total Mrs. Asbill, his mother, is a mem- structed to vote for Wilson. The west. Several miles have been was aroused by the tools he had industria' and commercial activity, ber of his household. delegates from the State at large let and work already begun. to work with, for he carried about and while readjustments after County Court days here bring are: Senators Ollie James, J. C. Those farms are on the pike road a bushel oi seed corn and a (double the war will he neces.-ar- y and perin a big crowds. Often 5oo bug W. Beckham, Gov. A O. Stanley, leading south from Mt. Vernon, barrel shot gun. Every few sec- haps serious, the relative import gies and nearly half as many auto Mayor J.H.Buschemeyer, former on the waters of Dry Fork and onds during the day there was ance of the war business is genermobiles come in from the country Senator J. N.Camden, Judge Allie Skeggs Creek and most of this is limestone land and fine the report of a shot gun and even- - ally overestimated. and adjoining counties. One man W. Young, former Gov. James B. land It does not exceed a quarter of and his family was here from McCreary and Lieut. Gov. James producing and grass land. Will our exports, says the Secretary, Menifee county last Monday with D. Black, Gen. W B. Haldeman sell on easy terms any part of this and possibly is not quite that a wagon load ot split baskets was named b the convention as land or all as a whole. Anyone .much. Our shipments to South manufactured by himself and National Committeeman from the wishing to buy land, either for inAmerica, for example, have at members of his family, selling State to succeed Urey Woodson, of vestment or home, will do well to least doubled. New industrial orthem at from 25cts. to 1. each. Owensboro, Judge CharlesA. Har- call and go over thi land, and get ganization for making war mater For the The wagon was piled up with din, of Harrodsburg, was chosen my price and terms. ial is relatively small, and moremore than a hundred baskets and chairman of the State Central and benefit of those who might know over much of it will be available looked as large as a bie load of Executive Committees to succeed these farms and locate them betfor use when peace comes. This bay. Judge S.W Hager, ol Owenboro. ter by name, I will name them by L "V&"- w will be especially true, says the their former owners: Tract No 1 One dealer here sold 60 ,:Tin Electors from the State Secretary, if our preparedness is Lizzies" (Fords) within the past are Frank Hopkins, of Prestons-burg- , known as the Sand Spring coal going on all the time the Secretwo months. Other dealers have and Jamas P. Edwards, of fields; Tract No. 2 known as the be aided tary concludes, and-wi- ll Nothing better Will Price farm at Sand Spring; done a large business in various Louiiville. by legislation recommended by for the Money makes of machines. One of the The only contest coming .before Tract No. 3 known as the old Governmental agencies. tobacco ware houses here, was the convention was from Pulaski, Tommy Graves valley farm; with any other C Compared for the same money shoe you can buy built and owned by an individual in which there was a split delega- Tract No 4 known as the K. J. AVOID SPRING COLDS you'll find no better shoe value than a pair of McKinney farm; Tract No. 5 R. A. Scobee, some five years tion, one branch lieaded by Hon. Sudden changes, high winds, since at a cost of $32,ooo, He rent Woodson May, the other by Hon. known as the W. G. Nicely farm shifting seasons cause colds and C Whatever standard you judge ed it out last year during the to- L W. Colyer. The Colyer side at Hansford; Tract No. 6 known grippe, and these spring colds are them by style.fit. comfort.se rvice they're annoying and dangerous and are not to be surpassed anywhere. They are bacco selling season at 800 per won, and fordelegate to the Nation- as the Mat Deboard and later the made in a factory devoted to "PLUCK" likely to turn mto a chronic sum SHOES exclusively nothing used but good, in the al Convention, Colyer won over Albert Hamlin farm near Level month. Mr. Scobee is also sound leather, linings and thread all through mer cough. In such cases take a Green. handled by expert workmen. They are livery stable business and runs May by a vote of 87 to 15. treatment of Dr. King's New Dislook well and fit well and made on lasts that keep looks and fit as Ions' as there is any one of the largest establishment PERSONAL PROPERTY for covery, a pleasant Laxetive Tar wear left in the shoe. ofthe kind in. the city. He is an sale on easy terms: Syrup It soothes the cough, C All the popular leathers many styles splendid finish. ."STAR BRAND" schecks the cold &nd helps break all around good man. The writer I 8 work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack reputation establishes the worth and merit of up au attack of grippe. Its almet him in the store of "Oh bed; 1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire Por Infants and Children, "PLUCK" SHOES. ready prepared, no mixing or 1 Hello" Joe Oliver, at the corner The Kind You Have Always Bought buggy; set of buggy harness; 4 fussing. Just ahk your druggist of Broad way and Highland Ave., turning plows; 3 section harrovs; for a bottle of Dr. King's New Bears the 2 disc harrows; 3 walkiug cultiva Discovery. Tested and tried for a lew evenings since. He related over 4o years.' mighty good oues' which Signature tors; 4 double shovel plows; 4 bull some I -o NOTICE! SI SW&23 xvsNS jjkWl Children Cry for Fletcher's ytzi Oil! BSJ Just-as-gooi- ra il pcr-&Jtf-- 1 1 The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, ami which lias been in use for over SO years, lias "borne the signature of and lias been made tinder his sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with ami endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment f-l" -- -- Oil, PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, jHorphino nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishncss. Eor 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 is a harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS lela-tive- I Iii Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANV. New VORtt CITV. I : The Man With. Million A d -- -- Needs a clean bank, a strong bank, a the man with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind, The Peoples is seeking yo LIT business PAID and is pre- pared to care for it, INTEREST OX TIMK DEPOSITS 1 J Peoples Bank ffl pa 1 39 m or-har- m m v Bop - Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the abiiity and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best 1$ mi t-- recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, d The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. Si -- m i tm yjooo and Sale for Taxes, 1 91 5. or oHgrfii soil BARNEY I will stand my fine, big man Coach Ger- L ta my deputies, will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, Tune 2Gth, the following tracts of ktnd, for taxes due County and State: No. 1. Srt-enne- I, or one Stallion, Barney, for the season of i9iG at J. L. Hasty's farm.oue mile north of Level Green; three miles east of Walrut Grove and three miles south of Quail, at i at-lar- ge look Shoes Sowder, R. E., town lot No 7. Mrs.W.M, 43 acres 2.01 No. 2. Fishback, Mrs.Ada, town lot for 1913 and'1915 5.83 Lasweit W. D., town lot for 1913 ane 1915 39 43 5.99 5.70 ThompsonJ.E., to'n l't 1914 12.28 $3 to insure a colt four : months old. Barney is 16 j hands high, and I weighs 1,350 pounds; has fine, bone and body and will get you the highest priced work horses to be found anywhere; the big, fine fellows that bring the money. Come and see him before breeding your mares. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. I I Smith. J. H.. town lot 1914 Centers, Wm. Clark, G. W. Durham, Nute, Hagan, Mary, Kelley, S. C... 10 acres 81 acres 50 acres S 3.G9 6.71- 4.59 14.74 3.80 TRADE J. A. HASTY, Level Green, Ky. MORAL town lot 20 acres CASTOR A No. 10. Tyree, W. A., 0 93 town lot Cam iMuluns. S; R. C. tZfi Children Cry" FLETCHER'S C A S.T ORIA FOR Joan of Aro was the only woman on earth able to resist a bargain advertisementand she's dead. If you've got a bargain in something, advertise it to the wom en folks in this paper. U6MUMfeMMHH3MBia9BWnMIKBklMI t&macatiamriKirrietrrsMta2 mrr ii i..-.- f .uTiiBjfcattwiiu n 'iKi 'i VIT. VERNON Mt. Vernon SIGNAL 1916 niiwM mm im in every pood style at Panama Straws, and Felt Hats Ky May 2h, Fish's C C. jriwaaiM'iastti''ii"w H w" '' "'a-aar- e For Salk or Rent. The Davis property on .Richmond up "No. 79" wnenn(V street. Apply at this office. wan toCommunl- - , xJ cats with SIGNAL Lost: A string of gold beads. The siring is made up of long and short btads. A liberal re(Si ' ward for the return of same to " rs I XI I V K. J. Ak IV this office. I x I" S'l J. M. and M. F. Craig and M. Louisvillc 4. Nashville R. R Co. E. Burton shipped from Brod-heaT ME TABLE. Tuesday, a car load of wool, m weighing nearly 9,000 pounds and 22 uortn 5.o7 p brought about $3,350. 3:5G ain which 24 north This is biggest single shipment of 33 south ii:48aro 21 South 12:13 am wool ever made from this county. Jas. Landrum, Agent. The shipment went to the Spring- - 79 England, Germany and France Agree on one thing, if on no other. They all prohibit the sale of alum baking powders. - 1 . EaBK-- 8 I -- I I laJ3 1 I I I fc V G 1 I other For Boys, Young Men and Men who want to stay young COLLARS Fine Furnishings And AT n 4 XW W V rM d, There must be a good reason for tin's. It is because alum was found to be un-health- ful. 4 Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice mail matter. as second-cias- s fieid Woolen Mills, Springfield, Tenn. Royal Baking Powder is made of cream of tartar, derived from grapes, a natural food product, and contains no alum nor other questionable ingredients. THE CASH STORE SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS SALE. it are brighter came most too late for the benefit of the wheat crop R. H. Brown spout several days last week with T S. Barr at Wiltnone, Kentucky. Mr. J. T. Vanhook has moved his family back to his farm here, 3 and we gladly welcome them back 141 V Mrs W. M. Deathreage ot Ind. has been visiting her sister Mrs. H O. F. Lawrence.--0- . J. Muliins was in Somerset last Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. (3. Price aud little 1V1LUL WOKJS. over irom daughter Snllie motored Tudson Ind. last week, and are'X Get Our Prices and Lm with relatives and friends he-- for jTI We Will Get Your a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Wadej Trade Muliins and children wore up Q from Plato Sunday and spent ,lle day with Mr. and A C. Sowder. 'H tip C3 51 Bi 3 S3 A. L. Hatcher was in IIa.-- l fj L 1 SB & Patch the latter part of last week, a i HL? a I $ JfiK. !&?&. la tJ & looking after some business rant-- 1 1 & z. ters.- - -- Misses Sallie and Ada MuII'q & a W7 ins of Withers have been the guests s of their cousins Misses Zelmaig sy q t; satasiB zj few days. 3 and Anna Brown, for a Mn3SSnsa(5 . Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shell auu children have been visiting relaPhone 52 MTERNON.KY. tives at Mt. Vernon and Livingston for the past week. Little Zula and Christine Cairon of d COUGH FAMILY spent last week with their cou- A CIOOD SYRUP sin Jewel DeBord. W. M. Hurst was in Somerset one day last Can be tnauV by mixinq Tine Ta', PERSONAL J. Fish was in Cincinnati this week buying goods. Miss Fannie French of the Wil-di- e section is on the sick list. Miss Viola DeBord of Levell Green washere en route to Withers. Little Miss Eliza Langford is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Branainau at Wildie. Mrs. James Rickels and children are spending a few days with her mother at Maywood. Miss Susie Thompson and Mrs. Sadie Jett are attending the Bankers Meeting in Barbourville. Dr. Grover E. Price wife and of Judson, Ind., are daughter with their parents in this county. The baby ol Rev. aud Mrs. H. T. Young is very sick and the condition of the lijtle one is felt to be very serious. Elizabeth Furnish left yester day for Somerset to join her mother, whom she has not seen for seven years. Two of the attractive little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Rovy Muliins spent a portion of the week with Mrs Lucy Muliins and family. Mrs. Martha Furgueson and Mrs. W. R. McClure spent from Friday until Sunday wtth Mr. and Mrs. George Furgueson at Junction City. Misses Estep, New'oerr' and Krohn, teachers in Langdon Memorial left Monday for their respective homes. They will not be back next year. Cashiers W. L. Richards and F. L. Thompson Jr., went to j'esterday to attend the' Eleventh District Bankers Association, which meets there today. Egbert Wallin was here from Danville today to have his commission as railroad policeman recorded in this county. He has served nine years in that capacity and has recently been appointed for four more years. Interior Bar-boursvi- lle Walter H. Miller, on Wednesday of this week, received by express fiom Hope, Ind. a shipment 55 White Plymouth Rock baby chicks. These chicks are from pens 01 iowis orea lor great egg laying qualities. The little fellows arrived in fine shape. He is Langdon expecting another shipment this week from Illinois, of the same Miss. Coulsou left Wednesday variety of chicks, This shipment evening for her home in Louis will also be lrcm especially high ville. egg producing fowls with records On Thursday noon Miss Estep, of from 250 to 3oi eggs per year. Miss Krohn aud Miss Newberry The board ot trustees of the left Mt. Vernon. Graded School met last Saturday The pupMs are gone except a to select teachers for next year, few who are engaged in cleaning but only three were chosen. Miss and repairing the building. Georgia McFerron, primary, and Miss Stewart, Miss Turner and Misses Bradley and Falin, high Miss Coulson have been comschool were unanimously missioned for next year. In case There were other applicants the Kindergarten is ed discontinued for places in thegrades, other than It is expected that Miss Coulson the member of the last yeirfac will return as a member of the ulty and it seems there was some school faculty. thing of a hitch with the board in The greatest Masonic day in the making a selection. The new applicants for places are Miss Ruth history ot Kentucky is promised in conjunction with the St. Muliins and Rob McKenzie. John's Day picnic which Splendid Record: Miss Cleo held at Fontaine Park inwill be LouisGentry, a sister of Att'y E. R. ville, June 23 24. Heretofore tht Gentry has certainly made a splen-ai- d picnic has been held only one day. record as a canning club girl. This year it is expected to net a Miss Gentry raised and canned fund of not less than $25,000 with from one tenth of an acre enough which to pay off the indebtedness tomatoes to pay her entire ex- on the Masonic Widow's and Orpense for five months at Langdon phans' Home. Among the inMemorial School. This is a splen numerable contests, for which did record but she expects to go a handsome prizes are offered, will little better this year and can be a championship State wrestling enough tomatoes to pay her wajT tournament between farm boys through Langdon Memorial for a and city bred boys. The 500 Boy full year. Miss Stewart, the Scouts of Louisville, will give ex- principal, has agreed to take the hibifiou drills on both days, as full year's tuition in tomatoes, dis will the drum and trumpet corps posing of what is not needed for and patrolls of the .local temple. use in the boarding department. 7 Can the oldest inuaoitant recall We wocder if there are not others a May which has equaled this one who will exert the same energy. ,, , , ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Jdhn McCrackex, VS: Plaintiff, Owen's Bros,. News Advertisement for Bids Notice to Culvert Contractors : Sealed proposals for C. I. P. Culverts en State Roads No 102B1 and No. 102C1, in Rockcastle County, Ky .will borectiwd by the Fiscal Court, at the County Court House, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., until 1:00, June 0, 191G. The Culverts to be furnished involves approximately 484 lineal feet; 12 inch; 840 lineal feet, IS inch; 000 lineal feet, 24 inch. A certified check for $100. must accompany each bid submitted. The right to reject any and all bids is re Specifications may be served. seen and forms of proposals ob tained at the office of S. !. Bowman, County Clerk, Mt. Vernon, Ky.; also at the Department of Public Reads, Frankfort, Ky. S F. BOWMAN, Clerk Rockcastle County Fiscal Court. re-tle- ct Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale made and entered in the above styled action at the April Term, I9I6, of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, the undersigned Special Commissioner, will on Monday, Juno 20th I9IO, at the store house of Owens Bros., near Cooksburg Rockcastle Counbetween the ty, Kentucky, hours of Do'clock a. m. and 4 o' clock p. m., sell at public outcrv to the highest aud best bidder the following property: One stock of general . merchandise, consisting of dry goods, notions and gioceries, hardware, etc. also 100 hewn cross ties, 7 x 9, SA ft. long, and all the outstanding book accounts amount ing to about $100.00. Said stock of merchandise will be sold in bulk, as well as the cross ties, and the purchaser or pur- f LUifllMJi BUILDING M$rTERAL 7TTT ft ; o isnynnnra ssrsa y8 aai?as4 Advertisement for Bids Notice to Bridge Contractors: Sealed proposal for the furnish- ing and erectiug of a Bridge over Renfro Creek on State iioad, No. 102A1, in Rockcastle county, Ky., will be received by the Fiscal Court, at the County Court House, in Ml. Vernon, Ky., until 1:00 o'clock, June 0,1910. The t ! work proposed to be done involves approximately 83,700 pounds of steel (three Go ft. spans). A cer- i i tified check of $2o0. must accom- pany each bid submitted. The i riSht to re3ect any and all bids is 1 chasers will be required to give bond whh approved surety, due and payable in 3 months and bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum and having the force aud effect of a judgment, week attending a good road meet said bond will be made payable to ing. Mr- and Mrs. J. W. Thom the undersigned special com pson and beautiful daughter Miss missioner, to satisly plamtiu s Ethel of Universal Ind., spent debt, interest interest and c ost two weeks with relatives and namely $250 00 with legal interest; friends here. Dr. and Mrs. 11. and from February 25. 1916, H. Isaacs and children of Bee $17.50 costs. Lick, spent Sunday at the home El-ro-- I ! - - I. R. McCracken, Special Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit 'Court. 1 : L91 (s7rGii 1 Journal. Judge and Mrs G. M. Ballard and Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Bowman and son Dwight, spent from Wednesday until today in Frank fort. Judge Ballard and County Clerk Bowman went there to pro test against a raise, by the board of J. C. and Albert Payne, who were Griffin and R.L. awaided the contract for the build ing of the pike from Livingston to Brodhead, have surrendered their 81,000 deposit and will quit the iob. We have had no expression from either of the gentlemen, but we understand they got afraid of the contract at the price and de- Quits Job: ::-- : ,a ngnu i:',. .!., equalizers, of proper tv. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Stewart son Edward of aud Jacksonville Fla., spent from Saturday until Monday with Mt. Vernon relatives. They are with Mr. Stewards uncle, L. T. Stewart at Wildie now. When they return to Flordia, lhey will be located at Tampa, where Tom, will have charge of the business of the insu ranee company for which he is district manager. four-year-ol- d - cided that it would be better to lose the 1.000 deposit, than to take chances on a still greater loss. It is very probable that the Durrett Construction Co. will be given the contract, as they were the second lowest bidders. Mr. Rockcastle Durrett. presideut of the company here within the next few days to were open. A big clover bloom, look over the road situation in heavy locust bloom are omens of a good crop year Not being outRockcastle. fitted with heavy overcoats aud Langdon Memorial closed Tues large pocket for ballast, the cold day night one of its moat successand winds kept the bees from ful year's work. There were doing much work. Exchange. eight Graduates from the Eighth Grade this year.. On Sunday ADVESTISMENT FOR BIDS. evening Rev. J. M. Macmillain The County Board of Education preached the baccalaureate serwill meet Juue 1, for thrt. purpose mon at the Presbyterian church, Monday evening wass chtduled the of receiving bids for building LOCAL Operetta which was 10 be given on School houses one in district No. Hysinger, one of the Jack the lawn, but on account of the 71, five miles west of Livingston most progress Countys' best and rain Monday the Comrnencment on Rockcastle river. A note will ive farmers, suffered a heavy loss proper was held and the Operetta be given the contractor at complea fine two year old last week when was carried over to Tuesday even- tion of house due fan 1, i9l7, mule died as the result of an injury ing. The Operetta was pro- bearing interest at sixper cent. a snag. caused from The house in districr No. 82, nounced by all to be one of the near Snider Switch over the K. The board of trustees at last best programs of the kind ever Friday night's meeting repealed presented in the town. The com- C. R. R.f A note will be given the malt mead license ordinance mencement program consisted of a the contractor for this house due and after the expiration of the piano solo, a chorus, "class address 2 years ftom completion of house, present license the malt mead bv Rev. Jylacmiliain and presen- without interest. The Board of stands must go says the board. A tation of certificates by Dr. Cheek, Education reserves the right to state law which becomes effective all of which were of the highest reject any and all bids not satisin next month prohibits the opera order and very entertaining. The factory. These houses are to be tion of such joints in dry territory display of work, on exhibition wks 24 by 3oft. on same plans as the houses for I9I5. Call at the Everybody is cordially in v: ted the best evidence to offer, of the Superintendents Office for specifibeing to attend the opening chapter of thorough and high class work Memorial cations. Langdon the Diamond in the Sky at done by J. O. Scroggins, This school has long Boone Way Opera House May 26 School. Supervisor Schools Rockcastle Co. one of Mt. Vernon's And on each Friday night we will since been a young and Rockcastle Board WANTED:-F- or show one chapter and one reel greatestassets greatest benefactor in the girl in a country home. Address, Conredy at 5 & lOcts. Come and county's )ppbrtunities offered her worthy 1 angdon Memorial School. see the opening chapter free. Mt. Vernon. Ky. srirls. Geo. Owens, Mgr. is expected in Mt. Vernon tomorrow relative to taking the contract. k i, Mr. Terrell is also expected to be J UW Several big frosts, (seen by early risers), and a continuous coolness necessitating fires until the diurnal luminary had reached his meridian, which st.iangely enough did no noticeable damage to "garden sass." Pastures and Meadows have suffered greatly from want of moisture and wheat is heading low, and rust is making a considerable show in some fields. Much lruit continues to drop prematurely due to lack of proper fertilization of the blossoms by j . the honey-bee- s and other pollen bearing insects. Some trees will make a complete failure due to the bees being confined to their hives .WIU This is certainly a bright week Plans and specifica- for us for different reasons, soino tions may be seen and forms of of our friends have surprised us proposals obtained at the office of by visiting us again, but what S. F. Bowman. County Clerk, Mt. gladdened our hearts most was ernon, Ky., also at the Depart-- J the much needed rain that fell ment of Public Roads, Frankfort, Monday. It has brought new Ky. Bids will be received for the life to the'vegitatton and prospects furnishing F. O. B., Mt. Vernon, and for the erecting seperately. S. F. Bowman; Clerk Rockcastle County ieserved. Rheubarb, Mandrake, Capsicum, Muriate Amonm, honey and glycerine. It i pleasant, iMJalinj? awl soothing raises the phlegm and gives almost instant relief. For convenience of those who prefer not to fuvs. it is supplied rvadf made in 25c bottles under oawe of Mrs. M. K.Price hero. Mrs of. I Jr. Pine Tar Honey. .1. G. Thompson has been very your Druggist. la Can be had at fisist on getting Di. Bell's Pine Tar sick for the past few days. Honey and sec that the formula is 011 the package. American railroads are hauling passengers with a greater degree of safety aud freight at a lower cost than the railroads of Europe. The jdog reaily doesn't deserve as bad a name as has been given him. Now that it isn't politically profitable to garble the facts aud the realization T"HE Tosat Wi.it.1t-- eiire kWnj- - mmi I is beginning to take hold that the tiMH riwljeU'-t- , w tk and htum haefca.i'lUtUBa ami .01 :rrt ainl lfHtwW welfare of the railroads is umbili-call- y lliwltlt-- in ix.tlt n titill l.y : if "i Iy l related to the wellfare of the i ipttit i. !il Hinall to oIit tt"ti!i!tiiMiN fr.m country, the truth is getting a Sfiitl furPr K. W. Hall. 3W ttii jimIMrvt.r OlUtr htjitt--A.lv. St. LuuK Mo. Soto :.,' hearing. It is high time. Bl-U- 's eimiu, sassairas. 4 ? .,. auw , -- 1LT..n-..AU- u .0 pepiermiiir, y. -, xpi-m-- RI r.,!.iriti-s.rthkMie- 3lit r yui.rtli-Hsnr1-:- . . ilnt-tsdt-- Fiscal Court. A SYMBOL OF HEALTH ly)i P P. A. puts new joy wi ,i,;i HUV M UllV k The Pythagorians of Ancient r.rppre nte si m nip food, practiced temperance and purity. As a As a badge they used the five pointed star which the regarded lasasymDci 01 neami. a icu nvt ui U1WOOUU1J 11. kw i 1 mMm' i -- jWzs,. ,..t&z0z.' a m s rroBACco is prepared. FOR SMOKERS UNDERTHc m PROCESS DISCOVERED IN 1'A ViaSC PYPPPIMFHTC TO !Hl into the sport of smoking ! 1 H pointed star appears on each pack age of Chamberlain's Tablets and still fulfils its ancient mission as a symbol of health. If you are troubled with indigestion, billious-nesor constipation, get a packs m vsfc-yy- n iSl vfs&imMs .i-sicS3rycai siassasKiVfrCA' y,Axszs9j-&i.j.ui x PRODUCE THE MOST '1 DE- - F- liUTCISI iriivi. lUllliuumiw WHfll CIGSOME TOBACCO FOR An YOU i may live to and never ETTE AND PIPE SMOKERS. PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30 1907 1 ( feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure age of the tablets from your drug gist. You will be surprised at the quick relief which they afford. Obtainable everywhere. ksvv irafflsflMfluMnro HlEMPaMuMHW a Jul tfwa ,.n 7zsTt?rswir Ril'REYMOLDSTOBACCOCOKPAHY II' i..f WINSTON 3ALE.M.n.U.U..3.M., r- uriira M v you'll not know the joy and DOES NOT BITE THE TONGUE S pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the 1 friendly old jimmy contentment of a Cheney nil lillllW1''1"111 goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch! You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback ! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just demand for tobacco answers the universal kick-bacbite, parch or without k! Crotmis Won't you drop in and see for yourself assortthe ment of these famous cravats ever gathered in one shop? best-looki- fnriro;Pi'YJ a titiJdhZd'hZiaZ7--- tcTrj m mm ad''Jir::S" kwm kwm Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any 'harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A. You pay out a little change, to be sure, but its the fullest investment you ever madel 50c, 75c, $1- - 4jPpHHJHHPPHHKJr R. hoi mmwM ntri J!iSJiHP rr A I I lEal n h m smoke N. C. j v.s mi in w . w KEiBf ?3 gZ9gi zm r-- J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co. The Cash Store 44 !" ,1' . jVKiO' H v - f .ifA pffona Ml!iWljlllillll'lll!lli!lili Fourth Annual Eleventh District as possible. m 1 ' F r Are You TjeadytoPlayYourPart? TT I I HE power ot a nation in nme of need is tne pro-- A duana Dower of her industries. America must find out what this producing power 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 a Mining, Manufacturing, Transportation. It is EVERY phase of Engineering fused into a single industry Thirty thousand Engineers today are serving YOUR COUNTRY without pay. They are making a survey ol YOUR COUNTRY'S Industrial Resources They are helping YOUR COUNTRY to FIND ITSELF and Youl They ate charting the channels of commerce. Sounding each source ot supply. So that, should the Day break when War must come YOUR ARMIES in the field 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 Associated Advertising Clubs of the World have pledged their services to the PiesdeM of the United States. And this advertisement, published free series to secure YOUR by this paper, is part of a nation-wid- e with the Engineers. 'WHAT CAN I DO?" This is, doubtless, the question you are asking yourself. Here is the fully with the Engineers so answer: If ou are a manufacturer they can do their job quickly and efficiently; if you are a working man help your employer to help the Engineers and be prepared, if so needed, tobe a Soldier in Industry, behind the firing line, which is just at important as being a lolJier on the firing line; if you are a business man or a professional man, or whoever you are. help mobilize "GOOD WILL" behind this patriotic task ol the Engineers in behalf of National Defense and International Peace. "THE NATION'S 'DEFENSE." OF THE COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD OF THE UNITED STATES vW . in . tjigmeen Xk American Society ot GvU Engineers The Atnencao Society ol MechanicalEngineers The American Institute of Mining Engineer! The American Institute cl Electrical The American Chemical Society 29 West 39th Street. New Yrk Ennneerms" Scoeoej Buuduig m Going West? 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 alwut fanning: opportunities, railroad rates, routes, automobile highways, hotels, resorts", prices of land, methods of farming, etc.? Sunset Magazine is the one big national magazine, reflecting the life of this country and giving accurate information concerning its growth and development. Send 10 cen:s for a sample copy of Sunset Magazine and write us a letter asking for whatever information ' you desire concerning any state in elie West. i in - t j 0:3 rt and the evening begins at 7 and FOR SIALE SCHOOL WORKERS lasts one hour A special program has been arranged for each period Chris':ai Church ML Vernon, Ky., May 1916 and some of the very best Sunday school workers in the State, are FACULTY Roy. K. Roadruck, Dean. Asso assigned to these various sub We want to urge you to at Superintendent jects. ciate State tend, as this week of Methods Kentucky Christian Bible-schomeans too much, not to have the Association, Louisville, instructfull of every Sunday- or in Administration and Adult school jvoiker, or church goer in Garry L. Cook, State Bible the county. School Superintendent of Indiana, Indianapolis. Instructor in Ped- CATARRH CAN'T BE CURED with local applications as thev agogy and Secondary. cannot reach the seat of the disMrs. John S. Anbury. State ease. Catarrh is a local disease, Elementary Superintendent Ken- greatly influenced bv by constitu Astucky Christian Bible-schotional conditions, and in order to sociation, Louisville. Instructor cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Cure is in Missions and Elementary. taken intemallv and acts through Thomas A. Minyard, Minister the blood on the mucous sufaces Edenside Christian Church Louis- of the system. Hall's Catarrh ville, lnstrutor in Bible, and Cure was prescribed by one of the best physicians iu this country Commencement Address for years. It is composed of some The members of the facul ty are of the best tonics known, comwell prepared Bible-schospe- bined with some of the best blood cialists. Mrs. Asbury and Mr. purifiers. The perfect combinaRoadruck, who have assisted in tion of the ingredients in Hall's former schools, are well known Catarrh Cure is what produces such wonderful results in catarrhto the churches of this district al conditions. Send for testimoMr. Cook is the oldest State nials free. F. J. Chenney & Co., Superintendent in point of ser- Prop., Toledo. Ohio. All Drugvice in the Christian Church, and gist, 70c. Halls Catarrh Pills for constipais reconized as one of the ablest tion. Bible school men in this country. Mr Minyard is the minister of a Louisville chureh that has one of the best Bible scools in the city, and is one of the leaders in this great caue. 29-June- 2, ol n ol ol School of Prin ip'e and Methods ... ..- ni". ' re The program for "on hij ; fit 1 17 Wis A. pew(ll mid S okc.i 01 an rks' 1Willirl!MP!jilinilWtfliBf Quarry is visiting her brother here Mr and Mrs. Ebb UcOlure of this place, spent the latter part ot last weel: with vtrs. McClnres He . pare'its near Line Carmical filled his regular appoint ment at Hummel Grove Saturday ?s w A wr w r T3 H' Pc ne. I Business and Patriotism Nonpartisan Appeal to the Nation The White lit use Washington, April 21, 1916 To the "Business Men ir HI SLEEPS LIKE A night and Sunday. Mrs.Edd Gentry of Mt Vernon, was here last Saturday. Rev. James Barnes was the guest of his son, Alfred, Satur day night, in Hopewell. Misses Jennie aud Addie Burke speut Sunday with Miss Hattie Carmical. Miss Bertha Carmical was in Mt. Vernon Wednesday and Thursday to see ber sister Mrs. Stephen Car son of penter. The Mr. and Mrs. John W Kirky escaped a narrow risk of being killed. The chiid had gone with his father to Mr. W. M. Livesays' afterahar row. Mr. Kirby and Mr. Livesay were standing a few steps away from the wagon when a dog jumped the fence scaring th ehorses which broke to run with only the little boy in the wagon. They ran un-ti- ll they had reached August Krue- gers' house, when the child fell from the wagon. He was picked up by Mrs. Fritz Krueger. and had only the slighest of wounds. It seems that it was only luck for the parents that their little boy essix-vear-o- ld America: the patriand chemthe IndusConsulting im BESPEAK your cordial in otic service undertaken by the engineers ists of this country under the direction of trial Preparedness Committee of the Naval B? Board of the United States. The confidential industrial inventory you are asked to supply is intended for the exclusive benefit of the War and Navy Departments and will be used in organizing the industrial resources for the public service in national defense. At my request the American Society of Gvil Engineers, the American Institute of Mining Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the American Chemical Society are gratuitously assisting the Naval Consulting Board in the work of collecting this data, and I confidently ask your earnest support in the interest of the people and government of the Lini.ed States. Faithfully yours. OF THE COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD OF THE UNITED STATES The American Soaty Th? American Institute w:ti The Arrfrican Srcwtv ol MrrMai.il Esint -- i Uectrvra! Fxjinetti The Wncu The American ChemiczJ ooetr Enzineennz Soaetes BuMni It West 39A Stxeet, New York m of Gvil Erginecri of Mining Losineen zhCi it- - Artvoriistment designed by the ASSOCIATED AD" WORLD and published by tins aiHBiiMistf LLBS OT It's our business to know all about this Pocific Slope country. SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU ff Sanfrancisco $ge8rp533r 3f$&3l3 COURSE. A strong course of lectures on subjects vital to the best work of the leaders and the interest of the school have been arranged. Read carefully the schedule of classes on the opposite side of announcement. It ought to convinqe you that this training school will mean much to you in your local work in the This is a standard School of Methods course and in eve.:y way conforms to the In(See ternational requirements. schedule on printed programs.) FIVE DAYS' INSTRUCTION. Bible-school. A STRONG LAMB, EATS LIKE A PIG, SHE TELLS caped so well. Mrs. Maggie Percival of this Youngstown Woman Laugh ingly Tells of the Astonishing Relief She Gained. can eat like a pig and sleep like a lamb,", laughingly said Mrs B. Henderson, of 11G South Hazel str.et, Youngstown, Ohio. "I know this sounds rather 'piggish'," Mrs. Henderson explained, "but I can hit upon no words "I JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE INSPIRATION, FELLOWSHIP The sessions of the school begin at 10:00 a.m. Monday May 29, and continue to 9:oo p.m. Friday June 2nd, 1916. There will be five days helpful instruction, in- jspiration, and fellowship. Your school is asked to send one or more official representatives. Many schools pay the entire expenses of their delegates, and then urge others to go on their own accord. You can not make a better investment for the up building of your work than to develop thoroughly trained workers. Letters from ministersand Supts. from all over the state testify to the value of these special training schools and how they have helped ft vw .f A Merchandise good line of General that describe rav present condition better. Especially is this true after the many years of suffering I went through "Indigestion, catarrh of the head, nose and throat, kidney and liver trouble and nervousness all had a tight grip on me. Words cannot describe the pains and agony I underwent. "There was a bloating of gas on my stomach after eating, I suffered headaches, my nose was stopped up mucous formed in ray throat, my eyes were weak at times and my kidueys were sore. A general run-dowcondition of health is what I really suffered from. Never did I feel energetic and it was impossible for me to n place spent Thursday night with Mrs. John Clontz, at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Robert Marler and children spent last Sunday with Mrs. Jack Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Hol-beKirby of Spaiks Quarry, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bussel of this place, the latter part of last week. There has been the greatest drought in the past few weeks there has been for some time. The y gardens and corn crops are doing very little good. Mr. Mitt Rash is numbered with the sick. Rev. Carmical was called to Line Creek last Monday to preach tne funeral of Mrs. Charles McClure.she leaves a busbaud, several children and a mother to mourn her loss. Miss Maggie Liveasay is in . London having her eyes treated. rt XZ23OX!X0iaX fgx.x&xx& GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER ! .Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled Ky 'ii$&&yd'Jp& SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 11th YOUR SKIN CLEAR AND HEALTHY. There is only one way to have a clear, healthy complexion and that is to keep the bowels active and regular. Dr. Kiug's New Life Pills will make your complexion healthy and clear, move the bowels gently, stimulate the liver, cleanse the system and purify the blood. A splendid spring medicine. 25c rt your druggist. KEEP M'CRACKEN ENTERS "BEST BERRY" WAR. S1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. C. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. ;4P$3C$DK3 Farm Implements their representatives. FREE ENTERTAINMENT im i UHDEBTAKEB Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelld Hand-mad- e Jj Coffins furnisher. Lu lisDraAzal All Phone SW ,i-- w ucaicG acui an jkii 13 ui ;the County. orders by Wire Promptly'Filled TO ALL. The good people of Mt. Vernon offer free entertainment to all who may come, and urge that every school in the entire Eleventh District will be represented. Names for entertainment should be sent to Mrs. W. J. Sparks, Mt. Vernon. Ky., who will arrange for your home in advance. When writing, state if possible the time of your expected arrival. W. A. COX,i 94-- S SaSs-s- MT. VERNON, KY. ?Spw" SjffSsUtfi SrysS-SSSs js HUSBAND RESCUED this year, so that the only expense will be the railroad fare. However, the churches that desire to have a part in the general expenses of the school are invited to send an offering with their delegates. NO REGISTRATION FEE. old ailments. Oh, what a pleasThere will be no registration fee ure it is to feel good once more. did me any good. I finally con eluded that there was no hope for my recovery. I read of Tanlac, friends told me about it, and rel atives begged me to take it at first, but I kept on refusing. Each day my condition grew worse and I was driven by desperation, I sup pose to take another chance on finding reliet in a proprietary medicine. "Ten days of Tanlac treatment made a new woman of me. No longer do I suffer from any of the relish food. rudy's to conduct "prelims" " I tried almost every medicene to chose entry for that came along, but none ot them prize. louisville CONFIDENT COUNTY CAN THEM ALL UP.' SHOW CROSS TIES Black g White Oak DELIVERED WANTED DESPAIRING WIFE Alter Four Years ol Discouraging Cotditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. a Despair. HosBud At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk- two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my' work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try - Case to Rescue. it From the very first years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recom- f 7 in my icii suae. b The doctor was called in, and his treat ment relieved me for COMMENCEMENT FOR GRADUATES. The commencement Exercises will be held at the closing session of the school. Thomas A. Minyard will address the graduates. All those enrolled in the school who take notes on at least 20 lee tures, including one department course, aud promise to read one of tne recommended books, will be granted International Certificates f Recognition. BIGGEST AND BEST. Our aim is to make this year's school Biggest and Best., This can be accomplished through your full The work of the has flourished throughout the Eleventh because of the influence and help given by the three previous scbcols held at Corbin, Barbourville, and LonBible-schools I cant help from praising Tanlac day and night. If any of my lriends or people who hear ot my case suffer anythiug like I did, 1 urge them to take Tanlac." Tanlac is being introduced in Mt. Vernon at the drug store of R. H. Miller, also at Central Drug Co., Livingston, and John Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead W. M. Owens' store, Burr, Lvne Bros., Crab Orchard, S. E. Welch Berea; J. Reydolds & ,Son, Bee Lick, Ky., whererhe Tanlae Man will explain the merits of this wonderful reconstructive tonic and the results that may be ex peeled from its use. ATTENTION DRUGGISTS STORE KEEPERS An exclusive Tanlac Agent is wanted in every town, village and cross roads in this county. ' For particulars and advertising plans address Cooper Medicine Company, Dayton, Ohio. Can McCraken county produce the best oerry raised in Kentucky tnis year? J. A. Kudv & Sons are confident that it can and wants to enter three crates of berries in a contest the Louisville Post will hold June i,in which a 610 prize will be given for the best strawberries grown in Kentucky. Here is how Rudy's will select the berries to be entered: They will hold a contest at their store Wednesday morning, May 31, and the three best crates will be sent to Louisville for the Post's contest. Five dollars wifl be awarded the grower with the best berries; 3 the grower with the second best, and $2 the grower of the third. A committee of competent persoi s will make the decision. "We have long thought we had as fine berries in this country as any section of the country could produce," saidMr. Henry Rudy, in announcing the unique contest today, "and we are anxious, since an opportunity has presented, to prove it. There will be berries at Louisville from Bowling Green and every other strawberry section of Kentucky, and this firm believes it will be a great boost for county if the prize comes here. "We want the of the berry glowers in our effort to make McCracken berries famous and we feel confident that if we have it, McCracken will win the first prize. The berries will be sent in in the name ot the grower, to the Post contest Mc-Crack- AT END OF RAILROAD JOHNETTA Johnette, Ky. WILL PAY the FOLLOWING PRICES: No. J, White Oak, 7x9, 81 ft. long, 45c. No. 1, Red or Black Oak, 7x8, 8Ht. long, 25c. C. H. RICE, Agent LIVINGSTON, KY. For HARMOUNT TIE & LUMBER CO. $4.15 May 15, i6,and trains sched- Round trip ticket to Frankfort Women $30 for distributing 100 uled to reach Frankfort before noon May 17, limited to may 2o, Commandery account Grand Knights Templar of Kentucky. If you are troubled with chronic or muscular rheumatism give Chamberlain's Liniment a trial The relief from paiu which it affords is alone worth mauy time its cost J.C-McCLftR- RHEUMATISM free skeins wear Proof darning cotton with hosiery, your section. ExDerience unnecessary. International Miils, Dept. 6 00, Nor ristown, Pa. 4-7. IMldren Crs-FOR FLETCHERS P. H. Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, "Rron S. Obtainable everywhere Y Jyy3yr. 9. KY Jj ASTORIA t'RnfmnvpI'Ra'Irpr, Stnro Phone 49-- UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER a while, but I was mend it Write soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Special Instructions an your case and book. tut, nothing seemed to do me any good. iiuuuHi tm nwrnma, hh in ujb wraMW, Boa ee Begin taking Cardui today. to: Chatunoosa Meildne Co., Ladles' don. ' jf -v" All Sunday-schoo- l workers of Rockcastle county are invited and urged to attend as many, sessions ..; CASTORIA CASTORIA CASXORIA ; Oi.il dr en Cry' FOR FLETCHER'S .. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR STANFORD, KY. Oluldren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Will practice in all the Courts Offices in Bethurum Bldj. . . :.&. ..'