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VERNON, feAJA r 9mm Ar - nlf fff Mlltl.ll Nyvmvy wvww rs-- taMHfe!3lnaiaaIIM.M Established 1887 r- a NUMBER 36 ROCKCASTLE COlfNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 2. 1916 Willsdlla It Quick changes In HIO You Needn't Be vx a Millionaire Dressing well doesn't necesarily imply spending more than you can afford. Of course you can pay a lot for clothes if you want to, but why pay for more value than you actu- ally get? We've always made it a point to put in the things that are highest in quality and most reasonable in price. In men's clothes, for example. What better ean be had than Cloth-craat $io to $20 ? ft The farmers are rejoicing over the fiue rain which fell Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown were the euests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Herrin Sunday. Miss Lot- ie Denney was the guest of Miss Isabelle Ping of Walnut Grove Monday night. Sunday school at Poplar Grove is progressing nicely with. Mr. Arson Lawrene as SuMary P. perintendent. Mrs Cummins is very sick at this time. Dr. W. E. McWilliatns gave a singing at his home Sunday night which proved a perfect success there was a large crowd pres ent and all report a nice time. Mrs. Ada and Sallie Mulliss, Zelma and Anna Brown and Mr. Hobart Brown were the guests of Misses Georgia and Rose Gentry last week. Messrs. W. J. and Edd Brown traded two young horses to cattle and hogs Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs J. S. Cummins were the guests of their mother Mrs. Mary P. Cummins Saturday night. Our hustling stockman J. M. Craig is buying hogs in this section. Mr. Edd Brown bought of Eugene McWilliams two fine Edd calves for $50,00. Mrs. Brown has been quite ill for the past few days. The singing at Providence is one of success which is being conducted by W . A. Owens. i(b U50 all-weat- her weather and are a severe test for any paint, but Hanna's Green Seal will 'holdup" every time. It's put together with thi3 feature in view. HamtfsGreenSeal has been time-trie- d and proven. Considering the space it covers and the wear it gives, there is no cheaper paint to be had. It helps the appearance of 4(H h30 2H both cottage Ho 2H.R0 Mo and mansion. Try it next time. iHannas- - "The Paint Made to Wear" PH; naRjintMfsCcH J. B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, WANTED Kv. 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 wofth every cent you pay for it. Our new Spring styles are await" ing your approval. KK000HKKKHKHX00 NOTICE. ORDER fOR NEW VOTING Sutton ",,,aiaaaMaBMMaTaMMMMMMaMMB & McBee x HKKK00KKKKKKOl The Clothcraft Store PRECINCT, RED HILL. It having become necessary in the opinion of the court that according to bee. No 1443 of the Kentucky Statute to create a new voting precinct at Red Hill, near Melvin Barnetts at the forks of the Red. Hill and White Oak roads. Said precinct is to be known as Red Hill precinct No. 14. with its boundary as follows; beginning at Cove ridge school house and following Cove Hill road to E. M. Mullins so as to include her res' idence. Thence with county road leading to Mullins Station, to Mullins Station so as to include Sheriff Will Mullins farm, Dan Mullins farm. Dr. Corneilius farm, Geo. and Gardy Mnllins farms, residence of James Cummins, near Cummins store at county bridge and W. J. Sparks house near store at Mullins Station, thence down Roundstoue Creek to ford EITHER IRED OR WHITE TIMBER Delivered Along the L. & N- - A'uto Spokes x 2h, 16 in. long, i $5.00 per JOOOpieces 2 x 3, J 6 in. long, $13.00 per 1000 pieces 3 x 31, 16 in. long, $16.00 per 1000 pieces Timber must be clear of all defects. Our Mr. O. V. Jarrett will make inspections when notified. SPLIT HICKORY SIZES: Yours Very ruly, STANDARD By John F. Fisher, Mgr. WHEEL CO. i sermons were very plain and con- pastor of the Methodist church f certain employment. Bob says vincing;. The pastor Rev. A. J was here Monday looking out a that Brodhead looks good to him Pike assisted him very ably. W. location preparatory to moving his aud that he thinks he will remain a. xyree Douguc a lot trom l. a. family here. We understand that here. Mrs. J. M. Clark is in Mr. and Mrs Albert Albright, and J. W. Owens for $ too. a horse he rented a cottage from R. H. Asheville, N. C, on account ot of Lebanon Junction, attended the 'and buggy from A. M. Hiatt for Hamm, on Albright avenue, and the serious illness of her mother funeral of his brother, Robert $2oo and among other things the will be a citizen of Brodhead with- - and brother. H. H. Reynolds re Albnght.'here last Friday Funer-- . Old Chief has been guilty of, he in the next few days. George S. turned from Cincinnati the first al services were conducted by the' received a reward lor the arrest and Brack Durham, of Sparks of the week where he had been Rev. A. T. Pike, Pastor of the and conviction of Ben Manes that Quarry, were here a few b ours I working. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Baptist church, assisted by the he arrested here while being Tuesday. O. R. Cass moved his! Hiatt, Mr, and Mrs. John Robins Jesse Beagle, the visiting shall of Brodhead. Manes was family to the G. C. Howell prop- and Miss Clyde Watson were minister, the burial took place in charged of burglarizing a store erty on Silver street the first of atnong those attending the School the Baptist cemetery. Dr. M. K. and post office, and upon the ar- the month. Misses Miranda Tate of Priuciples and Methods, at Mt. Pennington, who has been here rest Mr. Tyree received $25.00 and Reca Brooks were in Louis- Vernon, this wfifik. for the past ten days, left last reward offered by an- - individual, ville the first of the week to see an Friday for his home in London, making $75.00 in all for his eye specialist. Mrs. Joe Mtuk and where he closed a deal for the trouble. children, of Richmond, were with Notice division of College farm of one hundred Little Mildred Robins is with her parents, Mr., and Mrs. P. H. brodhead voting acres near his home at a price of her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Rigsby. this Robins, during the week. Mr. precinct. $3,000. The doctor feels that he week, in Garrard coanty. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate went to one over the London people bv and Mrs. U. R. Pike, of Corbiu, Louisville, Wednesday morning, put It having become necessary in purchasing this farm at the price spent several days with his par- returning Thursday afternoon the opinion of the Court that ac as it is considered cheap property ents, Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Pike, with a new Ford. One night last cording to Sec. i443 of the Ky. at 5, ooo. The doctor returned last week. A number from Mt. week Maurice Frith, to divide Brodhead voting was Statute here Saturday. Miss Veronica Vernon attended the baptizing watching Eagle Cliff, who precinct known as precinct No. 10 near Gum Thompson, of East Bernstadt, here Sunday afternoon. Uncle Sulphur, heard a considerable into ' two precincts. The Boons was the guest of Miss Eila Carson John Gilpin, age 81, a highly re- noise a short distance from where Highway being designated as the and Mrs. W H. Anderson from spected citizen near here, died at he was located and upon dividing Jine thereby creating two investi- - t Friday until Monday Mr and his ate residence Saturday, and gation found that a huge rock had Precincts msieaG OI one' inat Part e Mrs W. P. Rigsby of the e alter short services by the Rev. A. slipped from off the side 'of the f Said Precincts W11 0D section, were here be J. Pike, his remains were laid to cliff and was upon ot said road to be the track. Mr. south side tween trains last Friday, the rebtin the Methodist church ceme- Frith heard a south bound freight known as South Brodhead No. 10 guests of friends and relatives. tery Sunday afternoon besides his train approaching, town and managed with its voting place. in the were widow He is survived by two to get the train Mr and Mr. Chint Lear on the south side slopped, but the of Brodheadt in Stanford Saturday. Mr. Lear sons and three daughters as fol- eugine was within a cars length of said road and that part of said was there t consult the Stauford lows: Tilman Gilpin, ot St Louis, ot the obstruction before the en precinct lying on the north side doctors about his condition, he Mo.: Wm. Gilpin, of Bell county; gineer succeeded in of said load to be known as north seems to grow weaker with the Mrs. R. H Hamm, of this place; stopped. This is the getting it Brodhead No i5, .with jts voting second coming of every week. The re- Mrs. D. E. Davis, of Nicholasville, of this kind that Mr place in the town of Brodhead, and vival that had been in progress at and one daughter living probably Frith had had since he has. been otj the north' side of said road. the Baptist church here for the in Kansas Mr. and Mrs. Wra. watching the cliff. Walter RobCopy att , " past two weeks closed Sunday Gilpin, who arrived a few' minutes ins was in Preach-rsvill- e, S. F, Bowman, Wedwith about thirty additions to the before interment, aud Mrs. R. H. nesday, with his wife County Court Clerk. who is visitchurch, twenty one being bap- Hamm, were all the children that ing his sister, Mrs,, . Rjgsbj. Rev. were able to reach here for the tized Sunday afternoon. R. H. Hicks returned frbw Cw- C. 7es.se Beagle, State Evangelist, funeral. D. E. Davis, a son-in- cinnati, Wednesday, where fcebod FOR FLETCHERS did most of the preaching. His law, was here.-T- he Re7. Pqtorf.Jbeen for a few days lookiBfi: fori (J iSreGlkeeiGl -- Mar-Re- v. - ' for near Sinks, thence with county road to Piney Branch school house thence a straight line to W. M. Mobley, so as to include Prank York, Chas. May and H. Sams places. Thence a straight line to F. M. Ponders, so as to include him, thence with county road A. J Sams so as to include John Henson, F. M. Ponder, Bradley Robinson; Kit York and Hardin Sams; Thence with county road Rockcastle to Lawson ford on and Laurel County line. river Thence with Laurel County line thence to Jackson County line, County to Harrison with Jackson Bowles so as to include him, thence a straight line to Thomas Daugherty so as to include him, thence a straight line to and including Jesse Cotton then back to beginning. Copy att., S. F. Bowman, DRUGS PURE & FRESH Your Prescriptions filled by an experienced man. We want your business Don't forget to ask us about our Kodaks R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. County Court Clerk, Ther e is more Catarrh in this section of the conntry than all other diseases put together, and for years it.was supposed to be in curable. Doctors prescribed local emedies, and by c onstantly failing to cure with local treatment, pro nounced it incurable. Catarrd is alocal disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. . Hall's, tarrh Cure, manubactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucons.Surfa.ces of .the Sjstem, One Hnndred Dollars reward for any case that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold bv Druggists. 75c 1 Hall's Family Pills for constipation , Kurfecs Carriage Paint Kurfees Furniture Polish Will make your f nrni-tur- e shine like new. It cleans and polishes at one operation any and all kinds of FURNITURE. HARDWOOD FLOORS and WOODWORK. INTERIOR Preach-ersvill- It thoroughly applied with a cloth. surface ' It positively will not gum or remain sticky. Easily all dirt and dnst, leaving a snperb polish to the removes PIONEER A very small invMtmeat In the KURFE1S CARRIAGE PAINT will make the old vehicle look good as .new. 1 his paint la maae 01 we ragn- grade of KAURI GUM fcUAtn VARNISH and PURE COLORS and in all the popular buggy colors. It easily applied, dries quickly with high gloss nnism. colors. Call and ratheun-to-da- -- - DRUG STORE CHAS, L. DAVIS, Prop, 'Phone 87 V W,-P.- et T Children C ASXOi. e ' Children Cry Iff! FLETOMER'S P I& A 8XQ.B U ? " ' MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, June 2, 1916 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONR YEAR $I.O 071 Advertising rates maae know application MKMBltR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION gTRg &SS&MM&. OUR BOONE WAY MAN In Winchester Mauet. By .James Winchester has four newspapers. The daily Sun, in its XV volume: C. C. Robbins, owner and publisher; George M. Riser is the hustling cit editor and is ably assisted by Frank Thompson There are iourteen employees on the Sun force with eight carriers. A $4.oo0 press, a liuotype. and other modem fixtures are found 111 the establishment. The paper was formerly the Winchester News and was a bright star, (as well as todaj') in journalism under the able manage of Col. R. R Perry, a noted writer who closed out his interests to the present owner some few years since The Winchester Democrat, nearly fifty eight years old, is a under the management of Charles B. Nelson, owner and publisher. Miss Goldie Perry is one of its force. She is a ready and efficient writer on th.s journal and is the valued reporter for the Lexington Herald. The Herald arrives in Winchester every morning at 5 o'clock by automobile The outfit of the press room is complete. Democrat The Clark county Republican is only fourteen weeks old but is making a noise, that is attracting jfrVJg-0over the city and county. uuClen Beckner is its editor. The Republican's outfit is very good, but not so extensive as the Suu or Democrat. The Winchester Courier is another youngster in this journalist ic field and is under thu charge of T. Sande.sOrr. formerly of Har- rodsburg Leader, which paper he sold some months since to Ed Walton. The Courier's outfit "while not as large as some of the others, puts out a neatly printed sheet. Thirteen weeks is the age of Mr. Orr's new paper. Our Rockcastle friends will remember Mr. Orr as being one of Harrods-burg'- s warm delegates to the convention held at Mt. Vernon on April 26 1U15, when that, to be historic highway was routed to his city, the oldest town in in which Daniel Boone built in I774. The two first named newspapers are Democratic and the latter two are of the Republican faith. The force connected with the four publications have treated the writer very courteous'y and invited htm to call "soon and often." Winchester papers say the 2)eople of Clark county dont want inter-urbaor traction lines for the reason that they act as feeders to the 'arger cities aud towns, and attribute this as a reason for the semi-weekly Ken-tucKn the cast, runs on west to Maple where it merges into Lexington Avenue. It was puzzling to the writer until be got on to the hany of the situatiou. It is really one street with two names. This city has more shade tree to the square inch, than any city the writer has visited. The writer heard a colored pieacher l'emark to a colored brother that "the reason his neighbor didn't have a large gar den was that he was too dignified to grab a hoe handle with a firm hold ol sufficient tenacity to obtain desired results." The owner, Mr. R. A. Schobee, took the writer thru his big tobacco ware house Friday. It is an extensive affair and complete ly fitted up for the purpose which it is designed. The cost of the The structure was $34, 000. was other tobacco warehouse burned last fall. Boone Avenue, Winchester' prettiest residential street is being standard oiled at the expense ol abutting property owners. The question of municipal ownership of the water plant and the extension of pipe line to Kentucky river is being agitated. She writer has managed to steer clear of "Pinchem'' precinct, one of Clarks voting precincts. Decoration day was duly and fittingly observed here in honor of the Confederate dead, who sleep in the Winchester cemetery and otuer burial places in the county. The Bible class (more than a hundred strong) of the Christian Church will have an outing on Kentucky river on June 2nd. un der the leadership 01 the teacher, D. L. Pendleton, one of Winlive wires and one of chester's her most honored citizens. It promises to be "some outing. ' No member of the crowd will be allowed to wear collar or cravat and any one appearing "dressed up" will be ducked. Brown-Procto- ria Hotel from NOBODY LOVES STATEMENT. FAT MAN ; WHAT 'ABOUT! Receipts and Disbursements for General Fund of Mt Vernon Graded Common School THE THIN? District No. 2, for School Year The Too Slender Fellow Is . Children Cry for Fletcher's Rarely Happy in That Condition. Perhaps nobody loves a fat man, but it is a settled bit of the philosophy of life that the too slender man or woman is rarely happy in that condition. A gain in flesh is the hallmark of improving;health and the high sign of a better disposition. Bnd to bring about the gain naturally and wholesomely the stomach must function at its best . No benefit is derived from food which is not thoroughly digested In the present day hurry and scurry we often eat our meals in too great a hasth and fail to prop erly masticate our food. The rush of modern life doesn'a agree Yith mauy, and it often results in probably the most dyspepsia, common of maladies. A dysoeptie can easily be distinguished, lie becomes listless, melancholy and then morbid, "grouchy" over little things He loses 1 is appetite, suffers untold agonies, from pains in the side or ssomach, headaches, after eating, a bloated feeling, nausea, restless sleep, nervous and all run down feeling. After years of study and experiments in an effort to find a remedy to cope with this almost universal malady, Joseph Von Triinbach, the noted chemist and giver of health aids, discovered Tanlac. Tanlac is designed to combat just such conditions. It is proving invaluable against ailments of the stomach, liver, kidn3vs, and catarrhal affections of the mucous membtanes. which, when neglected, so often affect the vital organs thetnselvss. As a reconrun structive tonic for half-sicdown men and women it builds up the tissues, creates a keen appetite, promotes digestion, vitalizes the blood and brings back color to the cheeks and sparkle to the eyes. Tanlac, the ideal reconstructive tonic, is being especially mtro duced in Mt. Vernon, at 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' stor, Burr, Line Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. Welch Berea; J. Reynolds and Son, Bee Lick. k, 1915-191- 6 ltfA) (I Hi M The Kind You Have Always Bonglit, and which has been in use for over SO years, has home the signature of and lias been made, under Lis pcr-Is Ar SA ISrf.j jz sonal supervision since its infancy. t &ccu46. Allow no one to deceive you in this. ' are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle ivitli and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment -.a- Sept. 2, 1915 Balance in hands of Treasurer Taxes collected bv Sheriff Franchise tax L. & N. R. R. Co Tangible tax L. & N. R R Co State money from Co. Supt . 6;V mos... Tuition collected to date s RECEIPTS: $ 83 93 1G98 64 165 38 333 65 2086 77 56 52 - i si sti -- W WM Just-as-go- od 4424 89 9 9 months salaries for teachers months for janitor service 7 months electric current 8 electnc light globes 26 gals iloor oil 1424 bu. coal DISBURSEMENTS: ....... 3609 9o toU 00 10 50 CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a harmless Erasers, chalk, brooms, etc Interest on note Repairing coal house 1 bbl lime Taking census Furnace repairs and '16 Water 1914-'- lo Printing "Cleaning out buildings . Tuning piano Papering 1 room Insurance Total disbursements Mt. Vernon Graded Cimmon School District No. 2. School Year 1915-1916. 2 70 6 50 142 40 11 98 42 00 3 75 75 21 80 4 18 25 00 20 85 1 50 2 5U 3 75 75 00 goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatidency, "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. Oil, Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMRANV. NEW YORK CITY. 4165 0'J Bond Account. , Sept. 1, 1915 Jan. Jan. 22, 1916 22, 1916 Bal. cash in Treas. hands Received from Sheriff. . . Received from L. & N. R.R. . RECEIPTS: $ 1064 50 513 02 100 00 I The Man With Million A l Feb. 28, 1916 May 6, 1916 Co. on Franchise Interest received on Time on Tangible Received from L. & N. R.R Co. 49 61 40 0" 1767 22 $ 1767 22 Deposits I! Sept Sept. Oct. The Five 7s:- - Will Owens, men- -- 22, 1915 22, 1915 23, 1915 your Livingston reporter, Peoples Bank tor Interest Peoples Bank for Bond No.15 -- R. II. Hatnm for intercut.. DISBURSEMENTS 150 00 Needs aiclean'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 500 00 50 00 $ 700 00 700 oO S 1067 22 y OUT business and is PAID ON TIME pre- tions L. & N. coal car no. 77.777 as passing thru there a short time since headed for Cincinnati. This is a brand new car and was loaded at Blanche, Bell county with its first lead about one month since and made the trip to Jacksonville, Fla. It has been dubbed the Boone Way, mascot car and Will Owens is hereby ap- I pared to care for it, INTEREST DEPOSITS Balance cash in Peoples Bank to credit of Bond account F. L. Durham, Treasurer. CASTOR A I For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought f DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT A v '""r . .. ritMninl .. trace ot the five sevens" and not ! i iA l'" nr.-in- t lose it and to report thereon "every nce-atid-awhile" Bears the Signature of Robert Wilmott, coal agent at Lexington was in Winchester by autoMonday, selling block diamonds. A. C. Dunn, formerly of Lincoln county now of Wilmore. Jessamine county was in Winchester by auto, Monday, to close a deal in the sale of a farm for which he was agent. Winchester is the 'wliistlinjrest' place we have yet run across. Most of the men are either whistling or humming some tune. Some of the ladies do whistling also, not on the street however as do the men folks. BAD TO HaVF A COLD HANG ON. Don't let vour cold hang on, rack your svstem and become chronic when Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will ou. It heals inflammation, soothes the cought and loosens the phlegm. You breathe easier at once Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honay is a laxative Tar Syrup the pine tar balsam heals the raw spots, loosens the mucous and prevents 'irritation of the bron chial tubes. Just get a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey its guaranteed to help you. At to-day, ATTENTION DRUGGISTS-STORE KEEPERS An exclusive Tanlac Agent wanted in every town, village and cross roads in this county. P01 particulars and advertising plans address Cooper Medicine Company, Dayton, Ohio. is WILL MY CHILD TAKE Dr. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY? 1 his best answer is Dr. King s new discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet syrup, easy to I ?AS ?GR FLETCHER S TO R 3 take. It contains the medicines which years of experience have proven best for Coughs and Colds. ' Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery longest are its friends. Besides every bot0 ibest tle is guaranteed. If you don't get satisfaction you get your money back. Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep what is left for Cough and Cold insurance. HELP RHEUMATISM? Ask the man who uses it, he knows. "To think I suffered all these wheo one 25c bottli of Sloan's Liniment cured me," writes one grateful user. If you have Rheumatism or suffer from Neuralgia, Backache, Sotenes. and stiffness, dont- nut off o wt. ting a bottle of Sloan's. It will give you such welcome relief. It warms and soothes the sore, stiff painful p'aces and you feel so much better. Buy it at any Daug Store, only 25 cents. 1 Peoples Bank mm m iJs-o-o- o imm i w Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the Jaw under which n operates, and by the ability 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 M "I will cheerfully say that Chamberlain's Tablets are the satisfactory remedy tor stomach troubles and constipation that have sold in thirty-bou- r years' drugstore aervice, "writes g. H. Murphy, druggist, Welchburg, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. STOMACH TROUBLE AND CONSTIPATION. recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, Bulletin No. The Bank of Mt. Vernon 1 to 7X MT. VERNON, KY. A Mistake in To the People: the Policy of l fiscal court not granting a fran the Bethlehem Steel Company The Senate of the United States has passed a bill to spend $11,000,000 of the People's money to build a government armor plant. The measure is now before the House of Representatives. m n rjoo-o- - WJO o-o-o- fi I im Bl tM chise for a line from this point to Lexington. Asa Barrow a citizen of Clark county has invented an attachment to be applied to automobiles, which it is claimed, will enable the owner or chauffeur to use coal oil instead of gasoline. It is said tests of the aparatus has proved satisfactory. Joe Oliver doubts the benefits of the invention. He says many would change to coal oil tlvt the price would go up just as gasoline has done, road jjj The half mile of asphalt on Lexing Avenue cost $33, 000 or at the rate of 66, 000 per mile Some cost, that. Woodpeckers aud field larks are numerous in this country. Havent seen a dove, crow or buzz 0 land Sale for Taxes, I, or one 1 91 5. BARNEY It is said that manufacturers of armor have "gouged" the country in the past, and that a government plant is necessary to secure armor more cheaply. 'The mistake of the Bethlehem Steel Company'has been that it has kept quiet. We have allowed irresponsible assertions to be made for bo long without denial, that many people now believe them to be proven facts. We shall make the mistake of silence no longer. Henceforth we shall pursue a policy of publicity. Misinformation will not be permitted to go uncorrected. druggists. A pocket knife with a blade three inches long was thrown at Col. Roosevelt's auto during a Memorial day parade in Kansas City, and struck the arm of his secretary. Later a man was arrested when be tried to force his way into the Roosevelt suite at a hotel. TO THE PUBLIC. "I eave been using Chamber-Iain'- s for indigetion for . the past six months, and it affords me pleasure to say 1 have never used a remedy that did ,me so much good."- - -- Mrs. C. E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets are' obtainable everywhere. hind, for taxes due County and Grove and three miles south of State: Quail, at No. 1. I will stand my hne, big Gerot my deputies, will man Coach Stallion, Barney, for offer for sale at the front door of the season of i9i6 at L. Hasty 's J. the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, farm, one mile north of Level June 26th, the following tracts of Green; three miles east of Walrut It and squarely. We shall henceforth place the details of our relations with the Government before the American People. ' v ", ": - ' ' is and has been tne policy of our Company to deal with the American Government fairly ' -- The United States has for twenty years obtained" the. highest grade of armor and has paid a lower price for it than has any other great naval power. Figure officially compiled for the Senate Committee on Nayal Affair, from the Naral Year Book tbow that under conditions prcTailing ju.t before th. European Var, the chief naval powers of the world were paying these prices for armors , '. " r ' 1 ard since arriving here nearly three weeks since Blue grass seed harvest will fall short of last year on aacount of shortage in rainfall aud many fields are full of white clover. Winchester opera house. has an up-to-dat- e England, $503 per ton; France, $460; Germany, $490; Japan, $490; UNITED STATES, $425. A. , CMlcLren Cry government plant cannot make armor any cheaper than we can do it; and We are prepared to manufacture armor at any price which the Government itself shall name as fair. THAT BEING SO, SHOULD $11,000,000 OF THE PEOPLE'S MONEY BE WASTED TO BUILD A GOVERNMENT PLANT? CHAS. M. SCHWAB. Chairman EUGENE G. GRACE. President Swenney, Mrs.W.M, 43 acres 2.01 months old. No. 2. Barney is 164 hands high, and Fishback, Mrs. Ada, town lot weighs 1,350 pounds; has fine for 1913 and 1915 5.83 bone and body and will get you the highest priced work horses to Laswell, W. D., town lot 1913 ane 1915 39 43 be found anywhere; the big, fine for Sowder, R. E., town lot 5.99 fellows that bring the money. Smith, J. H., town lot 1914 5.70 Come and see him before breedThompsonJ.E.. to'nl'tl914 12.28 ing your mares. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responNo 7. 10 acres Centers, Wm. 3 69 sible should any occur. 81 acres Clark, G. W. 6.71 J. A. HASTY, Durham, Nute, 50 acres 4.59 Level Green, Ky. Hagan, Mary, town lot 14.74 TRADE MORAL Joan of Aro No. 10. was the only woman on earth Tyree, W. A., town lot 6.98 able to resist a bargain adveCam Mulijns. S. R. C. $S to insure a colt. four rtisementand she's dead. '. If Fairfax street crosses Main at CASTO Rl A FOR FLETCHER'S Bethlehem Steel Company CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR you've got a bargain in something, advertise it to the women folks in this paper. TT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky June I -- 2, 1916 4 tip "No. 79" wan toCommu.nl orate svfth 9IONAL wnen T7C. .JfJtJNC y1 vvwwv j i &. Without factory. I iiSfiV l 1 l 1 There s Louisville T Nashville R R. Co. ME TABLE. 5.10 pm 3:56 a m a tp 12:13 a tn 22 21 13 norm nortn south Tas. . o. 4T" at the ;. -- K'ond-oiMss n:44 .1 .South Landrum, Agent. Vernon, Ky. P.if"ofice mail matter. iN SATISFACTION IN LOW PRICE. When you buy anything Trom MfQrf you get quality that gives you satisfaction and the price is always satis- 1111 ISM Mt We have just opened a new and attractive lot 1 V E II S 0 AL Nhrtk Muiny was here Crab Orchard Wednesday. from Our j,ood friend P M. Rah of the Hopewell section is improeing Mrs W. H Pish and little son William, tre with relatives at Miss m'm London. Miss Jennie Morrow Miller is at home from Millersburg, for the Summer Shirts, Caps Trousers Palm Beach Suits, Sport Hate, Tennis Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, Neckwear and other furnishings and we want to show YOU that we have the things (3 '' '' YOU want to wear this summer. ot A Bring the kiddies in for their new summer low cuts. We have them for the whole family. little cash goes a long ways at j lltgIJi S summer vacation. Little Dorothy Albright is wit,b therine her cousin, Mary Baugh at London for a few days visit. C. E. Tate, a pn minent Bible school man ot St niord vr - here Tuesday attendnur the S ;hool of Methods. Homer Proctor has returned from State University for the summer vacation. Mrs. M. C. Williams, of Somerset, has keen with relatives here since Tuesday. Mrs. Vernia Owens of Louis-TillKy., is going to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Thompson. Misses Jewel Tye and Nelle Jones of Barbourville are among those who are attending the School of Methods here this week. Charley McKenzie has a good position with the railroad com pany at Lyuchburg. Va. Mrs McKeczie expects to join him soon. Will Thompson has been very sick for several days, and part ot the week it was feared he nad typhoid, but later reports have relieved that anxiety. e, Out Hat Stock is the most com- plete ?5KviS?43wSrc' in town. PANAMAS and all other Good Ones. iu CLEAR SKIN COMES FROM All styles. LOCAL THE CASH STORE yer Died at the home of her parents, T. Young, on and Mrs. last Sunday evening at 6:45 P- - m' their daughter, Marion Rebecca, aged two years. Brief but beautiful and appropriate services were held at the Christian church, TuesRev. WITHIN. SALE. utk Wear one of FISH's The catalog is being priuted at Plaintiff, It is foolish to think you en John Mccracken, PALM BEACH suits and keep this office and when dome promvs: gain a good clear complexion by kool. ises to be the most complete ever Defendants. the use of face powder. Get at Owens Bros,. Mr. Ford is the man who made issued by thor-ougl- y the Association. Sev the toot of the trouble and By virtue of a judgment and orthe "ought to" part of automobil-in- g eral changes are expected to be a der of sale made and entered in cleanse the system with possible snd practical. made in the premium list when day afternoon. Mr. Roy Road-ruc- k treatment of Dr.' King's new life the above styled action at the read the scripture lesson Pills. Gentle and mild in actioD, April Term, 1916, of the Rock Effective, May 28th, 19 16, train the directors meet again. Other M No. 23 will be due 11:44 a.ai., changes are likely to be made on Mr. Asburry prayed and a most de not gripe, yet they relieve the castle Circuit Court, the under- M beautiful prayer it was, and Rev. liver by their actions on the bow- signed Special Commissioner, train No. 22 will be due 5:10 p. in. the grounds and buildings to ac commodate the large crowds that Minyard, witha few well poised els. Good for young, adults and will on Monday, June 6th lolt, J. A. Landrum, Agent. and touching sentences spoke the aged. Go alter a clear complexion are expected this year. at the store house of Owens Bros., L. & N. EXCURSION RATES. words of comfort to the bereaved 25cents at ycur druggist near Cooksburg Rockcastle CounMr, Terrell, Road CommissionGet Our Prices and Round trip Cincinnati 5.50. er, family and pointed the way of life the bas'notified the county officials, between ty, Kentucky. Wc Will Get Your July 14 I5-ILimited to July 25, that the contract for the road from to those yet living. 'Many of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert White hours of Oo'clock a. m. and 4 o' Trade Account, International Rotary Livingston to Brodhead cannot be relatives and friends of the sor- have been in Mt Vernon for the clock p. m., sell at public outcrv j Q I) Clubs Convention. family were present, and past week with the former's relalet until advertised again. After rowing to the highest and best bidder the I am prepared to make photos, J. C, Griffin et al, gave up the as they looked upon the sweet, tives. Mr. White, who is the following property: I have experienced help. Give contract, it was thought that the placid little body in its white youngest son of our former townsOne stock of general merAtty J. W. Brown went to me a call and I will try to please contract could be given to the casket and surrounded by beauti- man, Jonus I. White, is better chandise, consisting of dry goods, yet not known to the people of Mt. Vernon Louisville Wednesday to bring you. I will take poultry, eggs Durrett Construction Co., with- ful and fragrant flowers groceries, hardware. more beautiful or pure than the as "Little Bob" White. Since notions and back the two Messer children and meat in exchange for Photos. out and it was sin- fx their hearts Bob left Mt Vernon a number Qf j etc. also 100 hewn cross ties, Mrs. Judith Thompson. Jcerely hoped that it could be, It little face within which have been in the childrens 9, 8 ft. long, and all thf outWest Main Street home there for a lew months. seems that Rockcastle is having swelled in sympathy for the be vears ago he has been employed in standing book accounts amount about as hard a time getting start- reaved family. But let us not the oil fields, part of the time in Miss Amy Proctor has b en out Young of the Climax secWall think of Marion Rebecca as dead, the celebrated oil belt of Oklahoma ed as some other counties. of the pobt office for the past week J Said stock of merchandise will be tion of this county claims to have but as living; not as a flower that but recently in Estill county. His on account of sickness and Miss The School ot Methods and has withered, but as one that trans- business to Rockcastle county is to sold 'in bulk, as well as the cross more grandchildren than any man Phone 52 MTJERNON,KY. Myrtle Bryant has been working j Principles which has been here planted, and touched by a Divine lease land for one of the Compan- ties, and the purchaser or purm the country who is no older than in her place during her absence. erreat hand, is blooming in rich color and ies now operating in Estill. He chasers will be required to give he is. He is 52 years, has 5 since Monday, lias been a & Misses Sarah, Tabitha and daughters married and he is the school and those who have been sweeter fragrance than those of says his company will want 10,000 bond wiih approved surety, due Celia Wade Hiatt of the Buck grandfather of seventeen children fortunate enough to attend each earth. acres or more in Rockcastle, and and payable in 3 months and bear- r FORETHOUGHT. eye section had as their guests and every session, have been "There is no death! The stars go says positively that there will be a jing interest at the rate of 6 per People are learning that a little Mr. R. B. Mullins, of this city, greatly benefitted bv this week of last week end and Sunday, Misses down machine in the county at work in cent, per annum and having tne forethought often saves them a who travels for the Peters shoe instruction in how to better work To rise upon some fairer shore; less than thirty days. From every force and effect of a judgment, Ruth Litton and Mary Mae Co. , met with a painful accident in the Sunday Schools big expense. Here is an instance: d fright in Heaveu's jeweled of the Langdon School. In the indication the oil people evidently said bond will be made payable to crown last Friday near Travelers Rest, past, with many, the Sunday W. Archer, Caldwell Ohio, have their eyes on Rockcastle as the undersigned special com- E. Misses Bernice Landrum and Owsley county. They shine forever more." . that our do In trying to School has been looked upon mere being an oil field. There is no missioner, to satisfy plaintiff's writes: "I Alice Ward, who are teaching cross a gulley his team became family has been without Chambernear Tucson, Arizona will start f righteued and backed over an em- ly as a place to go on Sunday, but Virgil Mullins is proving him question about the county being debt, intere st interest and cost that time has passed and today the self a very satisfactory typo in on a direct line between the oil namely $250.00 with legal interest; lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrwithin the next few weeks on an bankment overturning the wagon and hoea Remedy, since we comfields of Wayne and Estill coun from February 25, 1916, auto trip to California. They will resulting in Mr. Mullins breaking Sunday School is regarded as one this office. menced keeping house years ago. of the most imrjortan j factors in costs ties, and past experiments have) $17-join a party of Tucson friends. his left arm, a rib, and bruising the church. Not only is the best When we go on an extended visit I. R. McCracken, F. F. Robins was in town yes- long since convinced the older citiNews comes from Richmond him up considerably. He is now mental training in the bible comwe take it with us." Obtainable Special Commissioner, terday on business and said when zens that there is oil in the county. R. B. Mullins had bis arm at his home on Second street and ing from the Sunday School, that everywhere. but the next bidding come on the pike Judge L. W. Bethurum and others Rockcastle Circuit Court. broken when a wagon in which he is gettiug along nicely. Climax likewise some of the best spiritual that he would be represented. He leased several thousand acres in was driving turned over. The ac- Madisonian. training is found in our Sunday said that Lincoln had their road the East side of the county, and cident happened in Breathitt Schools. In years gone by the about graded to the Rockcastle from what Mr. White says, it is ROAD EXAMINER. county. Mr. Mullins is getting Sunday School was composed line and is very anxious to see likely that one ot more wells will Rockcastle go rignt on, without Tames Maret, of Mt. Vernon, principally on fine with his broken arm. of children, but now leaving out the two and one half be put down on this land in the State road Examiner, President) it is a school for Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reinke the young and miles between Brodhead and the near future. A Mr. Marcum, of of the Boone Way Association old alike. The Men's Bible Class Lincoln line. tcok their little four year old son, Estill county representing another Secretary for East Kentucky and movement has 1C" g- - lions' VH Bill, to Lebanon Tuesday to have spread to every Company now operating in Estill, Tennessee Dixie Highway Asso quarter of the globe, and in most his tonsils removed The opera was in Mt. Vernon yesterday but FORD so far as we have been able to learn tion was verv successful and they ciation and the concentratedest of the churches at Sunday school road man we have met, unless it hour can be will return home today. Dr. Mc round men ot every JOLC he made no statement as to what IfATHCR is Bro. J. N. Burgher, of Powell COUNTER walk of life in the men's class Chord performed the operation. HfeS'Sv 'KgF '"' the nature of his visit was, but it county, called on us Monday af Jg&H&K sTiSk The high and low, the rich and is supposed that he is also figurChas. D. Ward of Louisville ter his inspection of s veral poor alike, are members. The ing on the oil situation. With the passed thru here Wedndsday roads in this county and-wa- s kind Eleventh District School ot MethThere will be a meeting of the taking of leases of the large numhome from Greensburg, N. enough to say that he was pleased SOU UMHEB HEIL ods has held .four schools in directors of the Mt Vernon C. having been on the way more with the character of roads we are; ber of acres of land and the num SOUD LIATHERS0U5I district and we are sure 4 the in atty. E. S. Gentry's of ber of acres still wanted, it is safe than two weeks in his little Mon- maintaining. " that at none of the other points fice Saturday June 10, at 1 o'clock to predict that there will be some roe car. He told us he had been He says the.outlook fcr roads 4n has it been-better- , received or has p. m , all directors and as many thing of an oil boom in Rockcastle, price isn't everything. If shoes don't AVEAR they over both routes of- - .the DIXIE Southeastern Kentucky is fine: the ' are HIGH at any price. We want you to try our Highway and this is by far the people are awake and willing to it been of greater benelit, than it stockholders as can, come, are although it may only be a reoccur will prove to be right here in old urged to be present, must plan rence'ofwhat has been two or best and most picturesque route put up the money needed. Bell tt it Mt. Vernon arid Rockcastle. for the i9i6 exhibition, which three times befoce within the last of the two. county, wh'ch voted $25o, 000 Many of the schools of the county, must be the biggest of them all. twenty years. ALL LEATHER SHOES two years ago, this year voted an- as well as other counties, Memphis paper annouri A have the approaching marripge of Geo. other S150, 000 by an 8 to 1 ma- been represented and in the j?radu- Every pair all good leather no substitutes. and Miss Mvra Park, jority. Laural. has built or is a T. French They wear longer. uiug uitiss iux luiugut lUtJie Will June i4th, at the heme of the building ,about twenty miles of be about fifty, who have attended Come to us for "Star Brand" all leather shoes. bride's parents Spring Lake. good roads at a cost of about $4, each and every session. The facMr. French is a 000 a mileand will in a few days ulty composed of Mr. Roadruck, Michigan. Rockcastle bov who has madt let the contracts for building as Mr. Cook, Mrs. Asburry, and Rev. good in the South and is now of much again, completing Boone Minyard. are especially .fitted for ficially connected with the South- Way through that county to the the work, 'and he lectures by each Mi?s Madison line. ern Coal Co. at Memphis LOOK FOR THE STAR ON EVERY HEEL of them in their various deMr Maret thinks the Moun Park is a daughter of Mr, and partments have been both' inAbsoIutmJy Pur Better Shoes tains need only roads to make structive and inspiring. Mrs. W. L-- 'Park, wealthy Chica The last bpst part of the state 'them the No No go people. session will be held tonight The Mt. Vernon Fair this will be held August 9, 10 and SPECIAL t. SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S iiirfrI BUILDING ZZDO:i2S5 VArERfcL MILL WORK to-da- 6, u Proctor & 1 1 Mp"Kpn7!P J ITIUIIUUUU 0ZXi: La-the- m not-believ- e 5 IT PAYS TO BUY GOOD SHOES U L AF ORD asso-ciatio- en-rou- te n Iw STAR BRAND ROYAL Alum BAKING POWDER Phosphate Star Brand Are n n? ' 9iWFr, j" . i- -. $638e36ae$D 3C&3C&3C& THEY HAVE COME & COME TO STAY Wherever you go you see them, see them running. Behind the wheel you see the satisfied expression of a pleased driver. He is not confused with a lot of levers, buttons, pedals, etc. Breakdowns are out of his mind. To drive such a car is a pleasure. WHY NOT? Why Don't You Own a Ford? They are the cheapest to buy, the cheapest to maintain, the easiest to run, the easiest running, in fact the very best that money can buy. Over a million Right here in Rockcastle its superiority has beeaproven, proven beyond a doubt. and a quarter satisfied owners confirm its greatness Roosevelt are Ford Owners and Ford Boosters. Such noted men as Thomas A. Edison, President Wilson and No matter how rough the road or how steep the hills you are assured of the fact that you will reach your destination, reach it quicker, easier, safer, yes cheaper than by any other means ; a servant that serves, its will is your will, where you want to go it will go. We know the Ford, we know what it will do. If y ou knew it as we do you would not be without ' one longer. Let us demonstrate its merits to you, let us Ex-president prove the statements we have made. PRICES F.O.B. DETROIT Runabout $390. phone $$DC&X$ 64 BRYANT BROS., AGENTS NOTICE! cm ...u, Having decided to ev wroct. will offer for sale, privately all of mv nrnnprtv hnth np.rsnnal and real, as follow, until August 15th, and on that day I will close all that remains unsold at public auc- tiou at my home, Hansford, Ky: Real estate for sale on easy terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of 130 acres, 4 miles south of Mt. Vernon, with 1 storehouse, dwell- ing house and barn, and three tenant houses, several good coal mines from which Mt. Vernon and surrounding country get the part of its coal suply. Farm No.. 2 of 156 acres, 4 miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in growing crop, 60 acres in grass balance in woodland; adjoin- ing farm No. 1. so as to make one well located farm if purchaser should desire both tracts. Farm No, 1 lies on east side of of creek and mostly underlaid with coal. Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, rather a valley farm, with some coal in the hill. Farm No. 3 of i9o acres, one- half mile west of farm, No. 2; a ood strong valley farm in good state of cultivation and not very much improvement. About 100 acres cleared, balance iu wood- land. Farm No. 4 of 2?i acres, 5 miles south of Mt. Vernon, in in good state of cultivation, well improved; 1 good dwelling house, barn and storehouse and all other necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant houses. This farm is a creek farm, running to the hilltops, with some workable coal in the hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard set out this spring, consisting of about 500 Stayman Winesap apples and 5oo Elberta peaches, if all are true to name, with a guar anty from the company to prune and spray for 3 years. Holes weie dynamited for trees and great care taken in setting the orchard. Also about G acres of other orchard on this farm. This is the farm for the stockman; a good farm and well watered and only a few years to wait tor a young fortune from growing fruit. Farm No. 5 of 258 acres, adjoining farm No. 4, with one good dwelling house, barn and store honse; 4 tenant houses and barns, good orchard; known to be as good if not the best stand for merchandise in the county. Also has a good coal mine. Farm No. 6 of 250 acres; 2 miles west of farm No. 5; good valley farm, in good state of cultivation; good house and barn; good orrhard; 1 tenant house; about i2o acres cleared and"the balance in woodland. 3 town lots in Bethurum & Lewis Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. and 1 lot in Jersey City, N. J. Also have a few hundred acres of desirable mineral rights to sell. It is not worth while to speak of the water on these farms, as it Is well known that Rockcastle is one Sedan $740. Touring Car $440. 33yC33X j 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 almut farming opportunities, railroad rates, routes, automobile highways, hotels, resorts j 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 Sun-rMagazine and write us a letterasking for whatever infonnation you desire concerning any state in ehe West. ., M et It's our business to know all about this Pocilic Slope country. SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU Sanfrancisco y SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND. RETURN Sunday, JUNE 11th $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. C. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. I of the best watered couuties in this state or any other state. All of these farms are handy to churches and schools and the county has under consideration, 4 turnpikes OUt of the town of Mt, Vernon, north and south, east and west. Several miles have been let and work already begun, Those farms are on the pike road leading south from Mt. Vernon, on the waters of Dry Fork and ikeggs ureek ana most ot tnis land is limestone laud and fine producing and grass land. Will sell on easy terms any part of this land or all as a whole. Anyone wishing to buy land, either for vestment or home, will do well to call and go over thi land, and get my price and terms. For the benefit of those who might know these farms and locate them bet-anter by name, I will name them by their former owners: Tract No. 1 known as the Sand Spring coal fields; Tract No. 2 known as the Will Price farm at Sand Spring; Tract No. 3 known as the old Tommy Graves valley farm; Tract. No 4 known as the K J. McJCinney farm; Tract No. 5 known as the W. G. Nicely farm at Hansford; Tract No. 0 known as the Mat Deboard and later the Albert Hamlin farm near Level Green. er NOTICE being circulated throughout the count v that mv Tack's colts are T r5cfcety wish tQ say through the Signal to ray friends, as I can't write you all personally, that it is an absolute falsehood, as you will see from what Mr. R. L Smith, the man thai I bought the Jack from, has to say about it. This false leport was fixed up to injure my business, but iu spile of it I am doing a splendid business with my Jack. I have a fine Jack. I hope to show him at the Mt. Vernon Fair ground next Fair, and let the peo ple see this Jack and judge for themselves. Just here I wish to insert a lettet from Mr. P. C. Lear. The letter is as follows is $?&3qpec$ I It &x:c&x GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled Ky I" i. DocSfceGaeDoCSiat $33Q G9focTfocf ! d Hiatt. Ky., MR May 29, 1916 I JONAS McKENZIE ,3cq3qpc y&j&aj&GSx&x 4?rSKxpcaB:8eB A good line of THE OLD RELIABLE John Democratic National Convention ST. LOUIS, MO. L. H. & St. L OFFICIAL TRAIN L. & N. R. R. The KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL, consisting of all steel, electric lighted, coaches, reclining chair cars and Pullman sleepers, will leave Louitrille Union Station Monday, June 12th, at 10:00 p.m., and arrive at St. Louis Tuesday, June 13th at 7:40 a. m. day before the Convention. SPECIAL. ROUND TRIP FARES IN EFFECT For sleeper reservations or further infonnation call, write or phone R. F. PENN. T.P.A. H. L. SWEENEY. C.P.A. Both Phones 1134 Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. XZXK You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will .do ihe.same for you. Youcan't make mistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tonic MsmeJlia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin faking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. ! Has Helped Thousands. xxxx LJIUKJIUILiSI jtec$Deei Dear Sir: I have been told that some parties out there have been telling that the Jack yon got from Bqgue Smith eot rickety mules. It is certainly a mistake foi he does no such thing. I stood the fack last & year and bis colts are coming this & spring all right and good ones. He never has got a mule that was rc i vWrvT-y-CwxwLvt wrong I have known him ever since he was a sucking colt I will go before any court and make an PERSONAL PROPERTY for affidavit that he doesn't get rickety sale on easy terms: colts. The way this has got started 3c$3i3fDGKSkxSkxSf!x : 8 work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack ZZ ... I stood a Jack belonging to C. 0. v --.'iyvrTrWAfiTv .. - --VW., - AJSSC$pcr 1 new surrey; 1 bed; 'v;GQ rubber tire Gover, Lancaster, Ky., year before' buggy; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 last that did get rickety colts. I . turning plows; 3 section harrows; have heard that it has been told Round trip ticket to Frankfort Women $30 for distributing 100 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva that Bill McQueen had two mules $4.15 May 15, i6,and trains sched tors; i double shovel plows; 4 bull by tree skeins wearPioof darning this Smith Jack that were rick uled to reach Frankfort before tongue plows; 1 mowing machine; noon May 17, limited to mav 2o, cotton with hosiery, your section-accou-nt ety and he gave them away, that is Grand Commandery Experience unnecessary. Inter-Knigh- ts 2 rakes; one-hal- f interest in 1 binalso a mistake, as these mules were Templar of Kentucky. , natioual Mills, Dept. 6 00, Nor- inch der; about 2500 ft. ot by the Gover Jack. McQueen will iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon ristown, Pa. RHEUMATISM 4swear they were not by the Smith If you are troubled with ohron-i- c Fair Association; 1, 12 horse Jack, and so will 1 If vou want or muscular rheumatism give power boiler and engine; all of my me or McQueen to make an aff- Chamberlain's Liniment a trial interest in about 200 acres of idavit to this effect we will go be- The relief from paiu which it. growing crops, to be sold as it fore the court and swear that what affords is alone worth mauytimes Conover U stands or so much per bushel at has been told On. your Jack is all its cost Obtainable everywhere gathering time. 2 stores and fixfalse. Generally such tales as this MT. VERNON, KY tures, one-stor-e at Hansford and get started from men that have Fron tRooms over Baker' More one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases boises or jacks and want to down Phone 49-2 desks; 1 typewriter; 1 iron safe; a man. 1 share in Peoples Bank; 1 share Yours verv respectfully, in Mt Vernon Fair Association; P. C. Lear. . 25 shares in Central Life Insur iiSCUKfKKKfj "yfSlaiEXssW sV BETHURUM & LEWIS ance Co.; 2 shares in Don Over- To whom it may concern: V'7TTylNir M,:TCBsSssBsTr f WW' lJ land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, ' It has been reported that the jack Attorneys at Law sold to J. W Hiltcn.of Pine lud.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural j that Iis showing rickety colts. Hill, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Will practice in all the Courts Credit Association. to say that this is absolutely a rickW. M. Bullock. false. .He has never shown KY., Offices in Bethurum Bldg. ety colt I will give $100. to any M. MM man that will bring me a rickety COMPLAINTS that Jack. The Jack colt, sired bv BOWEL is all right in every respect and is IN- - INDIA. , .1 I snowing good colts one of the Des In a lecture ut R. L. Smith, Hiatt, Ky. Moines, Iowa, churches. a mission- Now, if any one wants further in arv from India Jold of going into. the interior of India, where be fmformation about this Jack write. Our line of Oonch Caskets Green Fish, Mt. Vernon; was taken sick, 'that he bad a tbe-Reis unexcellit a"nL botte of Chamberlain1 Cholic, Ky..- - He has. three ot his colts Band-mad- e offins furnishec the Jack, from his foldCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy b Hearse sent so all parts of with him and he4j'eleived that it ing;! I will give $25.00 to anv man will make. a sworn affidavit saved his life. .This remedy is that the County. .. jttv-- s Qto ; j both as fcl luafiuy Tia1 kne atror trk title ""v-- 1 used successfully All orders by Wire Promptly Filled apreveutiv6andureJorcbolefai4sho?jfn a rickety colt. Now, you I have been talking, You may know from this that it fellows that can be depended' upon --for the make your word good. it Respectfully, milder forms "of bowel complaint M T. VERNTON, KY. j Phone 94-J. W. Hilton, that occur in' this country. ObPine Hill, Ky. UBQ$3sswNtaP May 30, i6. tainable everywhere. -- Pine Mill, Ky. Hilton, General Merchandise -- y&ox$p&p -?Ttf- -flCoii?-r tT.T--Ww.,x?1MU- -- WM-MJ?-W--i Farm Implements ..-pt .- $&c&xmcx$ye iy.M. . J -. J. C. MoCLARY P. H Dentist S. ycyDOyaDic r- - STANFORD, I . I" UNDERTAKES W. A, COX,. v. -- as-kno- iu-In- dia .- ,..,. 1 11 I S