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ROCKCASTLE 9. 1916 NUMBER ssJ) part oi last week. John Lear, who and who has a position as one of the teachers here again, has gone The backbone ol the drouth has. to Battle Creek, Mich. Mrs.Larkin been broken by a good rain that Pennington continues to improve, fell in copious quantities Monday Mrs. Thomas Farley continues . ft a n uuu '!i uesuay, jiiuu luc: till yf ' to improve slowly. O. V. Jarrett, tuiin-.land has been greatly relieved and the spokeman, was here latter vegetation now looks well. Rev. part of last week loading staves Baker, of East Bernstadt, filled Marshal Riggs captured a dehis regular appointment at the serter of the army here, Saturday Christian Church, Saturday and (but we failed to get his name), Sunday. Mrs. Hugh Je ikins, who and turned him over to Deputy U. has been very sick for some time, S. Marshal George Thompson, who remains about the same. Dr. R. took him to Fort Thomas and deG. Webb, has opened up bis livered him over to the proper stock of drugs in the brick oppo- authorities. Boys, if you don't site his old stand Mrs. I. W. intend to stick to Uncle Sam, you Catlin is visiting relatives at had better not enlist. Berea. Dr. W. T. Amyx left for Louisville for a lew days. We believe the doctor has goue to the ORDER POR NEW VOTING convention at Chicago. He is a PRECINCT, RED HILL. terrible Teddy man. D. B. Ram-b- o It having become necessary in was in May wood. Monday, on Mrs. J. H. Browning, the opinion of the court that acbusiness. of May wood, is visitiug relatives cording to bee. No 1443 of the Every time you spend money here.- - - Judge G. M. Ballard, of Kentucky Statute to create a new a suitable Mt. Vernon, was here between voting precinct at Red Hill, near return you're doing yourself and others a wrong C. J. Rice Melvin Barnetts at the forks of trains, Wednesday. ' has returned from Cincinnati, the Red Hill and White Oak roads. In buying clothes,for instance, why spend too much? aftei a few days' stay in that city. Said precinct is to be known as Well, the great big convention Red Hill precinct No. 14. with its e can show you where folly to pay more at Chicago, is now on. It may boundary as follows; beginning at for 3 a suit. to be a grand meeting and a love Cove ridge school house and folfeast, but we predict a stormy time lowing Cove Hill road to E. M. you style, fit, material, wear or as the republican party is com- Mullins so as to include her resposed or made up of twoelements, idence. Thence with county road price, Clothcraft will give you absolute of your to viz: the G. O. P. and the Bull leading to Mullins Station, money. so as to include Moose. We believe what will sat- Mullins Station Dan isfy one will displease the other Sheriff Will Mullins farm, If you come in you'll be convinced. Mullins farm, Dr. Corneilius farm, and that there will be no harmony (there. The tue of war lies be Geo. and Gardy Mullins farms, tween Hughes and T R., but we residence of James Cummins, near will bet a ginger cake that Roose- Cummins store at county bridge velt gets the nomination. But and W. J. Sparks house near what does it matter to us which store at Mullins Station, thence one gets it, lor he will only be a down Roundstounj Creek to ford lamb lor the political slaughter in near Sinks, thence with county November. But just wait a few road to Piney Branch school house ZXI zxzi days and there will be a meeting thence a straight line to W. M. at St. Louis, and a call will be Mobley, so as to include Frank made to all quarters of the United York, Chas. May and H. Sams States, "come forth ye delegates places. Thence a straight line to of the people", lets meet and F. M. Ponders, so as to include nominate by acclamation, a man him, thence with county road A. Carter was in Louisville most seems that during Mr. Keith's that has made the greatest Presi- J Sams so as to include John aU laSt WGek James Kegley.who stay here he fell in love with the ' ( I?) dent since Garfield and Lincoln, Henson, F. M. Ponder, Bradley lfoGLGL makes his home with Bill bowery country, or rather with some of its and then the answer will echo Robinson; Kit York and Hardin was surprised last Friday morning inhabitants, and that it will require back, 'Woodrow Wilson is the Sams; Thence with county road to fiud nis trousers that contained a great effort of the young profes Rockcastle QN the first day of this month man." But for fear some one to Lawson ford on the Louisville & Nashville $n5o missing upon rising sor to absent himself from this might know my politics, or my river and Laurel County line. Rail Road Company retired Uncle The trousers was found some lit- vicinity long at a time. However, friend at Brodhead might take is- Thence with Laurel County line Dave Hurt as Section foreman, tle distance from the house with Mr. Keith has many friends here sue with us, we will ring off and to Jackson County line, thence only one penny to remind the who are always glad to have him putting him on a gcod'hving penlet politics drop until after the with Jackson County to Harrison sion. Just forty one years t a owner that the pockets had one with us. J. L. Pilkenton took his November election and then we Bowles so as to include him, day, Mr. Hurt has been in charge, time been the unsafe recepticleof daughter. Miss Thelma, to Lon- will come again and tell of the sad thence a straight line to Thomas as foreman, of the Brodhead sec- a savings bank. Mr. Keg ley, who don, Monday, where she under- departure of the Republican party Daugherty so as to include him, tion. He began his rail road car- deals mostly in plug hordes, has went an operation, having her up Salt river. Mrs. G. S. Griffin thence a straight line to and inbeen a very successful trader, and forty-severemoved. Dr Pennington, and children, after a weeks' visit cluding Jesse Cotton then back eer years ago when he became a section hand on the has conducted himself while in our of London, did the operating. Miss with relatives at Mt. Vernon, has to beginning. Richmond Branch, working there midst in such a way that he has Thelma is about herself again, the returnee" home. E. Bullock, RockCopy att., three wars. He was then trans- the respect of the entire communi- operation being very successful castle and Laurels representative, S. F. Bowman, ferred to the Brodhead section ty. He says that he has almost James Wallin has purchased the was here Saturday swopping jokes County Court Clerk. and labored here for four years as sumcient prool to warrant an ar- C. A. Wheeldon barber shop and with the citizens. We think he a section hand, then was promoted rest, and we hope to see the guilty has formed a partnership with W. is for T. R. for President, or at DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT as foreman, which place he has party jugged in the near future. A. Robins, both shops being now least his conversation lent that HELP RHEUMATISM? Mrs. Mary f. Barger, mother located in the Albright building, held ever since. During the forty-on- e way. W. H. Cottongin has been Ask the man who uses it, he years Uncle Dave has been of Edd Barger, died at her late next door to postoffice. Mrs. W. repairing his property and has right on the job every day with the residence near hex'e Thursday D Cottengim, and little son, repapered and treated it to a new knows. "To think I suffered all these wheo one 25c bottle of exception ol about four months he night of last week, and after ser- Estell, returned from a weeks' coat of paint. Mrs. Sallie Sloan's Liniment cured me," was unable to superintend the vices at the Baptist church by the visit to relatives and friends in a relative of Mrs. Sue Mnl-linwrites one grateful user. If you work on account of sickness. Mr. Rev. A. J. Pike, her remains were Corbin, Sunday. George Brooks. died a few days since at her A. L. Payne and Jack Lunceford, Hurt has the honor of being one laid to rest in the Christian church are working in Cincinnati Mr. home in Illinois. Mrs. Deborde have Rheumatism or suffer from Neuralgia, Backache, Soieness ot the best tract men in the ser- cemeterv. Friday afternoon. and Mrs. A. E. Albright, and Mr. has a number of relatives in this and stiffness, dont put off getvice of the L. & N. and doubtless- Walter Robins is now in Detroit, and Mrs. W. O. Yadou motored to county. C. A. Blanford has had ting a bottle of Sloau's. It will ly the best man in the entire ser- Mich., with the other Brodhead Berea, Wednesday, for the Com- his property repaired by repaper give you such welcome relief. It Mr. J. E. vice. When he came to Brodhead boys. We understand that there mencement exercises. ivgand painting, and Mrs. E. H. warms and soothes the sore, stiff forty-fou- r and you feel so years ago there was lit- will soon be a Brodhead addition Craig was the guest of Mrs. W.A. Cockerell has also treated her painful places Buy it at any Daug Carson, Wednesday, on her remuch better. tle here then that still remains ex- to the city of Detroit, at least Brod- turn homo from a visit to relatives property to a new coat of paint. Store, only 25 cents. cept the rivers, hills and what earth head is adding considerably to the in Danville. Master Curtis Robins ISiews reachedS here a few days is with relatives here this week. -connect them, and besides only population of rht northern city. ago of the death ot Charley Presone man lives within the corpor- Mr. and Mrs. John Robins were Rev. Jack Lunsfordwas here from ton, whom the citizens of Brodhead ate limits of the town that was in Garrard County, Saturday and Wildie on business, Thursday. B. C. Anderson was with his son, and this town know well. Hobert living here when Uncle Dave Sunday, the guests ot Mr.and Mrs. W. H. Anderson, during the week. Griffin left a few days ago for Day moved here, and that man is our W. P. Rigsby. Mrs H.T. Young, y The residence of ton, Ohio. P. F. Pendergast, of ZA J. Cr. Frith. Mr, Hurt's record is and little son, J. Preston, were the Chint Lear, on his farm near Hiatt Cincinnati, who represents a firm a clear one in the rail road ser- guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. postoffice was destroyed by fire in that city selling Arrow brand vice, not a day was he suspended Young here trora Saturday until early Thursday morning, most of collars, was here Monday. We the contents of the first floor being durmg the time. We hope that Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank saved. The building was vS V partly believe he is the smallest Knight Mr. Hurt will be content without Reynolds, of Cincinnati, are with covered by insurance. This loss of the Grip on the road. He is 30 falls pretty heavy on Mr. Lear as years old workiug for a man that has beeD relatives here this week, and weighs 100 pounds. actively engaged as he has, and and Mrs. A M. Hiatt were with the building was a good one J. Mrs. Roy Fenwick and children W. Proctor was in 'the Quail secone that has carried the burden his parents at Quail, Sunday. Ties stamped"Cheney tion, Sunday. Mrs. Bettie Hail have returned from Lebanon after Silks" in the neckband and responsibility of his position Miss Mary Furnish, the beautiful the closing exercises at a few days' visit with relatives- .as much as Mr. Hurt did, should daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. T. Berea college this week. J. J. Mr. and Mrs. Luthur Mullins, o' are invariably cravats of visible quality and content the remainder of his Furnish, and Joe Riddle, young- Brock and Miss Mary Lear were Mt. Vernon, were be here Tuesday bt distinctive design. Our in Berea, Wednesday, at the com life, and be a gentleman of leis est son of Mr. and M rs. John Ridtween trains, en route home from showing of Cheney mencement exercises Chint ure. W. D. Cottengim, who has dle, were married at the residence Lear sold to the Brock Bros, a pair Richmond, Ky. Prof. Jones, wh Cravats is such as will been here for several years as of the Rev. A.. J. Pike, the offic- of mules for $350.0o the first of had the principalship Eal of the Grad- excite the admiration of Assistant foreman, has charge of iating minister, Monday morning the week. J. B. Frith and War- ed School here under contract has every careful purchaser. the section, and hope that the and immediately left for Berea ren Keith were in Berea, Wednes resigned and has accepted a posi Dave Junior will be as successful where thev will remain this week, dav. Miss Lena McCall is with tion at Gatliffe, ivy. Mrs. T. J. relatives here this week. as the Dave Senior has been. and return here Saturday. Their Pennington and children, have reMrs. W. F. Carter underwent a many friends join us in wishing turned from a few days' visit with New serious operation at the Norton them a long and prosperous wed relatives at Mt. Vernon. at Miss I Infirmary, Louisville, theeariy part ded life. Prof. Warren Keith, of Lyda Cook has returned home For Infants and Children, of last week, Surgeon Frank per- - near Elizabethtown, who taught after spending a few days with iorming the operation. She is do- - in the Graded School here the past Hie Kind You Have Always Bought relatives at Mt. Vernon. Sheriff ing nicely and will be ablegto be year, has been making this town Bears the Cam Mullins, ot Mt. Vernon, was brought home probably next week, headquarters since Sunday. It Signature of here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John The Young Men's Store Mullins were in London latter 11 LolVlFLGJ'SLOFl . ) taught in the Graded School here r"""""3 r& I I .r wo4-t- Paint-U- p With "Greer, Seal" i 1 Until you've tried it, you have no idea how a coat or two of Hanna's Green Seal Paint will beautify and preserve your property. It makes everything look bright and new. spreads smoothly, covers all surface defects dries with a glossy finish that wears through, and all kinds of weather. It has given good results for 27 years. was jffig- -' js vrfraaffngraEassaEtty It 3 noticeT ii!Se 7-- " Its Wicked to Waste without Sr Colors Ta-- , - ' s- - f tr fflR t SCiw'5ir5Mt ?in a -- JTMUI fi m its na-1 KjBwfcHf v'Syv rnwrn "dtv W Sold by than $10 $20 Whether want it's J. 111 B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Kv. worth - III ftr S TUS&" f v " " -i- MS? f SM CM ZZ2XZ2XIZZZZZZ THEUNIVERSALCAR Let tli other IVllow cxpcniiu'ut. Von want to know what your pnwpecthe The record of Ford cars car will do. in the service of mote than a million owners is the best evidence of ford reli- ability, economy in operation and Mm- plicity in liamUinr. Aerage two ruN per mile for operation and maintenance. Touring Car 440; Unnabout $090 C o u p e 1 e t $590 ; T o w u O a r $640 Sedan $740, f.o.b. Detroit, BBYAF4T BEOS, Agents Phone 04 .MT. VESNOri. KY. 1 nj Sutton & McBee The Clothcraft Store j crra ill U ijjj ffij; fly J1 fffl r&c k sii:5 V I! 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Easily I applied with a cloth. all dirt and dust, leaving a superb polish to the It thoroughly removes i 50c, 75c $1.00 Patterns PIONEER DRUG STORE A CASTOR A J CHAS. L. DAVIS, S7 L I'top..-'Phon- e ' "' &&&& 4k, Mfc "iiV"ivrirTrMfri mumiiSI!itltSSUiSmHimamtiiSlik Ts.V j( MsaiecfttSsaMMMMwiMMSta l..',r. iilni m'7ikimmmmeiammmmmimimm ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, June 9, 1916 degree of coolness is reached when it automatic- lly stops. One of the proprietors in show- COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COUIIT. C Williams, Plaintiff, Vs: Coinmipsioner's Sale. Defendant. I.onnie Brown, lU virtue of a judgment and oider of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rvndtMvd at the April term, 1916, thereof in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for bale at the court house door iii Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday June 26, 1916. being regular County Court day, betweesthe hours of ll a. m and 3. p.m. upon a eredit of six months, the following described property, to- - wit: A one- - fifth undivided interest in a tract of land lacated in Rockcactle Co., Ky., near what is known as the Alvah Marat place, and bounded as follows. On the North by the lands of Alvah Marct, decrased: on the East and South by the lands of Mose MrNew, anil on the West by the lands of John Coffee, and containing loO acres, morerr less. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of $16.00 with six per cent, interest from tee 27th day of December, 1912, until paid, and the cost of this action For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest fiom day of sale until paid, :.nd having the force and effect of a judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply with these terms G S. Griffiin, Master Commissioner, Uockeasile Circuit Court. C ing the writer thru the plant started the machinery to vork b. Published every Friday by simply blowing his oreath on the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. thermostat (looks like an ordin ary thermometer, if Gnot closely $I.O examined). IJBSCRIPTION ONR YRA.R Roy Beazley of Kockcastle is Advertising rates maae know on expected here Wednesday to in spect cavalry horses for the gov application eminent service. Only three mn were before poMEMBER OF lice court in May, for drunden-ness- . KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION In May I915. it was 3 multiplied by i5. We believe that was before prohibition went into effect here. Dr. M. L. Myers, wife and children Hazel and Raymond with the writer were delightfully enTill-- G O P. Convention is on tertained at supper by Mr and Justice Hughes is Mrs. C. C. Davis in the at Chicago Tuesday evening. unquestionably the choice of the majority and will no doubt be The writer had the pleasure,one nominated, hut Teddy certainly dav last week seeins: a valuable has the whole buncli guessing. historical relic, connected with What T. R. is going to do none the history of the times of Daniel seem to know, and the man who Boone. It was a pair of iron said that the Bull Moose lea Jtrl framed spectacles, now the prop would not be satisfied unless one;erty of Miss Ruah Searcy, daugh of three names was endorsed by ter of William Searcy, ol Win They were once the the convention, is evidently about Chester. right. The naints mentioned, property of Miss Searcy's great- Rebecca either of which will be acceptable i great grand mother to the Bull Moo.se leader are, Jones, a nice of Daniel Boone, Teddy, T. R., or Roosevelt. It who was a member of the band looks like this is about the correct of women who ventured out from sollntion as far as Mr. Roosevelt Bryant's station and carried wais concerned ter into the fort from the spring when the station was beseiged by BftYAN and Roosevelt should the savages. The spectacles were join hands and go that way from made by a blacksmith, the work uow henceforth. manship is first class and shows skill. OUK BOONE WAY MAN mechanical temples The spectacles and the lens have slide are somewhat smaller than the In Winchester They are present day fore-eyes- . in good state of preservation and By James Mauet. the owner refuses to part with Winchester gets its gas supply them although nice offers have from West Virginia, being on the been made by the Kentucky pipe line leading from that State Historical Society for their purto Lexington and Louisville. Gas chase. is used extensively for lighting There are a number of Boone and heating and cooking purfamilies in Winchester and Clark poses by the people of this city: countj, relatives of the great "Bar it is also used to propel gas enKiller". gines, ol which there is quite a number in use here. BAD TO HaVF A COLD N. H. Oliver and wife were over HANG ON. from Livingston last week, visitDon't let vour cold hang on, ing the family of "Hello" Joe 01 rack your svstem and become iver. chronic when Dr. Bell's Pine Tar The colored population of Win- Honey will you. It heals inflamchester own probably $100,000 mation, soothes the cought and worth of property. loosens the phlegm. You breathe 1 ne are ozo men enrolled in easier at once Dr. Boll's Pine the Bible Class of the First Tar Honey is a laxative Tar Syrup Christian Church: D. L- - Pendlethe pine tar balsam heals the raw ton, a lawyer, is ths teacher. spots, loosens the mucous and The J. W. Orain hemp brjalr prevents irritation of the bron is manufactured is the factory of chial tubes. Just get a bottle of its patentee, on Lexington Ave. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey Mr. Crain has lately invented a its guaranteed to help you. At power hemp break which is druggists. claimed to be a good thing. The Crain combination wood working COMMISSIONERS SALE. machine, a novel and ingenious ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. piece of machinery is being manPlaintiffs, J. Fish, &c. ufactured by a New Y.ork concern Vs: Commissioner's Sale. on a royalty. Mvrtle and Albert 1 Defendants. J. W. Burk, another fine meHarrison, chanical genius, is a manufacturBy virtue of a judments and order of er of wooden hemp brakes. The sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, colored population, of Winchester rendered at the April term, 1916, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed have eight church buildings, a- - to offer for sale at rhe court house door bout as many as the whites. in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest J. W. McGinniss, one of the and best bidder, at public auction, on writers newly found and valued Monday, June 26, 1916, being regular friends is the owner of a Phillipine County Court day, between the hours of 11 a m and 3 p. m. upon a credit coin of the "Suttonate of Brunei" of six months, the following described dated "1304". making its age 612 property, years. Two tracts of land located in RockThe First Methodist Church or- castle County, Ky on the waters of ganization will soon erect a new Boone's Fork and adjoining eace other, $50,000 building. The Baptists and bounded and described as follows: Tract 1. Begsnning at a post are just finishingjup a new buildoak, corner line of Ben Purcell ing which cost probably nearly as and Ance Boring, at the county much. road; thence with said Purrell's line, east a straight line to the corTruantofficer Bruce who certainner of 6aid Prewttt and Purcell: ly attends to duty will have a rest thence a westerly course with said until school opens again in Prewitt's line : to-dato-wi- Victor-ianapartmen- ts, land in Rockcastle and Jackson counties) on both sides of the Madison State Road, and bounded as follows: On the headwaters of Horse Lick and Crooked Creek and known as the "bid Russel Howard farm, beginning at a double gum, a corner to J. J. Cole's land on the east side of the State Road, thence northwest, crossing the State Road, to a chestnut; thence a nortewesl course, by way of a marked chestnut a straight line to Allen's land, a stake; thence with Allen's line a southerly course to Solomom Griffin's land, to a pine tree; thence with Griffin's line an easterly course, crossing a large hollow by way of a large rock, corner on the south side of the hill; thence with Griffin's line an easterly course to a poplar corner near the forks of the hollow; thense clown the branch a marked line to a small white oak, near a path nnd pile of rock; thense a southeast course, acrrss the point, with Griffin's Hue to a black jack on the we&tsidy of t le State Road; thense crossing the rjad, down a point to a chestuut on the pjint of a cliffi thence a northeast di rection to a maple on the side of the road; thence westward on the road to Margaret Sim's corner, a white oak: thence with Slim's line, a straight line, by way of a marked black oak to J. J. wrews lanu; tnence wnn j. j. Urew s line to the begtnning, containing 29.1 acres. Hpwll Mrs. Sam McClure continue very sick". Homer and Shirley with Carmical spent Saturday Carmical at Mt. their cousin John Vernon. Cecil Barnes spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Mt. Vernon. Com May 3rtl to the wife of Wm Robins a boy. Rev. Carmical filled his reeul ir appointment at Sinking Valley Saturday and Sunday. There will be preaching at Hope Well Sat. and Sun. Hughie, the nine months-old child of Rev. Carmical which has been very sick, has improved very much. -- Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Hare Always Bottght, and "whicli Las been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of ana has been made under his per-- '? sonal supervision since its infancy. CCCCu4z. Allow HO one to decnivn von in t!ij- All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the heali'i of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment -- d" HANSFORD. Mrs. T. S. Rowe returned home Sunday, after spending a week with friends and relitivts near Pine Hill. Miss Winnie Carlton, of Bloss, spent last week WILL MY CHILD TAKHJ Dr. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY? This best answer is Dr. King's new. discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet syrup, easy to the medicines experience have proven best for Coughs and Colds Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery longest are its best friends Besides every bottle is guaranteed. If vou don't get satisfaction you get your money back. Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep what is left for Cough and Cold insurance. which years ol ety, learing legal interest form the day Barron. W. M. Bullock and fam of sale until paid and having the force ily attended the decoration at Mt. and effect of a judgment. Bidder will Pleasant the 30th. Mrs. M. C . be prepared to comply piomptly with Kirby is some better at this time. those terms. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Do in, ot G. S. Griffin, this place, Sunday. There seems Master Commissioner, with Mrs. W. M. Bullock. Mioses Martha and Fannie Kirby wre t Level Given last Saturday. .Jr. Malh-siMcFerron spent Sunday For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved Sur- with her daughter, Mrs. D. B e goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 2arootic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Wcrms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it Las been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Botvels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a harmless Oil, Pare- GENUINE (2Lfu Bears the Signature of THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. CASTORIA ALWAYS Rockcastle Circuit Court. to be a great oil excitement in this In Use For Over 30 Years take. It contains COMMISSIONER'S SALE. t: bep-tembe- r. An extensive green house out on Lexington Avenue certainly presents one of the most pleasing sights with its immense quantities and vat'ities ofblooming flowers of avery shade and color. It is located just across the pike from the cemetery. From observation along the roads it appears that about 75 per cent of the land over here is set with blue grass. Tobacco, corn and wheat follow in the order named. Live stock is one of the leading factors in the order of things hereabouts. The poultry and produce establishment of Toobey Bros, is one of Winchester's big enterprises. It, has a cold storge de partment attached. The temperature is controlled automatically by to the county road, (Copper .Creek road): thence with said road to the beginning and containing 21 acres, more or less. Tract 2 Beginning at a large black oak standiug on the east side of the Mt. Vernon and Copper Creek road, it beinjj a corner to Z. T. Brock's line and John Belcher's line; thence S 71 E 24 poles to Hunt's line; thence with the same S 4 W 58 poles to what is said to be an agreed line betweem Alexander and Sarah Prewitt; thence with same N 67 W 30 poles to a black oak; thence N 39 W to a stone standinfi at the side of the obove mentioned road; thdnce a northeast direction, with said road, .to the beginning and containing 12J aares, more or less . For the purchase price the pnrchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legtl interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidder wiil be prepared to comply with these terms . G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. Rowe, dee'd. ' By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court. rendered at the April term, 1916, thereof, in :ho above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and COMMISSIONER'S SALE. best bidder at public auction, on Monday, June 26, 1916, being regular ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. County Court day, between the hours Loulishia Robsrts, of 11 a m and 3 p. m . upon a credit ian of Gertrude, Gcebel of six months, the following described ' and Nathan Roberts, property, Vs: d A , interest in a tract of Loutishia Roberts Guard-ian, Gertrude, Goebel Defendants, land in Rockcastle County, Ky, on the and Nathan Roberts, ' waters of Skeggs Creek and bounded By virtue of a judgment and order of as follows: On the south by the lands of V. sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, A. Mink; on the north by the lands rendered at the April terra thereof, 1916, of Milt Rentier; on the west by the in the above cause I shall proceed to lands of W. A. Kinley. and containoffer for sale at the court house door in ing 175 acres, more or less. ExcluMt. Vernon. Ky., to the highest and ded from said boundary is a tract best bidder, at public auction on, of obout 50 acres sold by V, H. Monday June 2Cth, 1916, being the lir.st dav of a remilar term of the Rock Rowe to his daughter, Lucinda castle" County Cout, between the hours Rowe Adams and her heirs, of ll a. m. and 3 p. in. upon a credit of or sufficient thereof to produce the sum dollsix month, the followini? descrilwul of one bundled and seventy-fou- r ars and thirty eight cents ( $174, 3S) with property, A undivided interest in two six per cent interest thereon from the tracts of land located in Rockcastle Co., 8th day of January, until paid, and the Ky. and bounded and described as fol- cost of this action. For the purchas price the purchaser lows: must execute bond, with approved sur1st tract: Beginning at J. H. and Wm. Y. Jones' corner, a ety, bearing legal interest from date of white oak; thence east to a white sale until paid and having the force oak and beech; thence north to a and effect of a judgment. Bidder will stake, John R. Durham's corner; be prepared to comply with these thence east to the branch; thence terms. soatheast to a stake, southeast of G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner. R. Durham's corner; thence J. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Bouthto a white oak: thence southwest to a beach at the branch, Jno. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. R. Durham's corner; thence witE the meanders of the branch to E ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Cox's corner; thence west to Wm. Y. Jones corner, on a little water Henry Legere. Plaintiff, Vs: Commissioner's Sale. oak; thence southwest to a chestnut; thence north to a white oak; thence W, R. Isaacs and Defendants. Nancy B. Isaacs, Northwest to the beinning, contain Br virtue of a judgment and order of ing 60 acres, more or less. the Rockoastle Circuit Court, rendered 2nd tract. Lying on the waters of Negro Creek and bounded as fol- at the April term, 1916, tnertof. in the lows: Beginning on a white oak above cause, I shall proceed to offer for in Robert's field; thence a straight sale at the court house door in Mt. line to a white oak in Woodall and Vernon, Kj to the, highest and best Robert's line, thence a straight bidder, at public auction, on Monday, line down the hill to the heid of a June 26, i9i6, being regulaR County drain; thence down the bank of Court day, between the hours of 11 a. said drain on the west side to a ms and 3 p m. upon a credit of six stone in Clell Smith's line, near the months, the oollowing described propt: county road; thence with said line erty, A tract of lann located in Rockcastle to a white oak corner; thence a straight line to the beginning, con- County, Kentucky, on Ronndstote creek and bounded as follows: taining five acres, more or less. Beginning in tha line of lands of For the purchase pries the purchaser the L.. & N. R. R. Co. near a must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest form the county road, on the west side of day of sale until paid and having the tee road: thence with said line S 35 force and effect of a judgment. Bddd-er- s E 3oo ft. to a stake in said line; will be prepared to comply prompt-wit- h thence" S 59 W, passing a sycemore these terms tree oc the on the bank of Round-ston- e S, Griffiin, at 377 ft. to the center of G. Master Commissioner, Roundstone creek, in all about 400 Rockcastle Circuit Court. . ft. Said sycamore tree marked as center line; thence up Roundstone Creek, with the center meanders, a COMMISSIONER'S SALE. north direction to the corner of the ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. old Huff farm and Freeman Ket-rothence N. E. to the beginning T. N. NoE,Admr of L Plaintiff, R. M. JOHNSON, s and containing one and Vs: acred, more or less, and being the AUCE Hellard &c, Defendants same track of land purchased by and Commissioner's Sale. plaintiff from James Cox and Mar- t T. N. Noe, Admr. of Plaintiff, Elizabeth Johnson ROCKCASTLE BIRCUIT COURT. W. A. 'Mink and I Plaintiffs, M. F. Df.aton, Vs:- Commissioner's bale. J. S RoVE, Adiiir. of, John Rowe and Dal-- ) "Defendants. MAS Rowe, heir of J - part of the country. Farmers are leasing land and taking a great interest in the oil business. Plowing and hoeing is the order of the day in this part. Some farmers are almost over their corn the first Mrs. Nora McKinney and children spent Saturday and Suntime. Th Kind You Have Always Bought " "-W- W- a John day with her sister, Mrs. Pearl Buliock, near Wabd. Miss Bessie Pruitt was the guest of Miss Martha Barron, last Monday. There will be preaching at Mt. Pisgah, the first Saaurday and Stiuday in July. There is more Catarrh in this section of the conutry than all other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to be Doctors prescribed local erne Jies, and by c onstantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrd is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manubactured by F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is takeu iuternally aud acts thru the Blood on the of the System. Mucous Surff-ceOne Hundred Dollars reward for any case that Hall's Catarrh Cure lails to cure. Send tor circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills lor constipation s The Man With Million A ta-wi- t: one-thir- Needs a!clean;bank, a strong bank, a progressive bank the man with a hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind. The Peoples is seeking y OUT business and is prepared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Peoples Bank mm S3 to-wi- t: -- one-ha- lf ooo mm Jar-rett- 's vp WiIIguIIgI Mr. George Long and family of Bee Lick visited Charlie Thomp son sundry. Gradou Cress has recently returned lrom Iowa. Beu Thompson of Mt. Vernon visited home lolks Saturday night. Crops are looking fine in this vicinity. W. J. Brown traded a pair of mules to P. D. McWill-iam- s to a mare. W. P. Burnett, traveling salesman for the Louisville Tin & Stove Co., stayed over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Brown. Miss Dessie Thompson gave a singihg at W. J. Brown's Sunday which was a complete was success. A large crowd present, and all report a good time. Misses Alma Cress and Lyndal Gentry visited Miss Lola Brown Sundav. There is noth ing cheap about goods but the price, at W. J. Brown's new store. tha Cox. Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it 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 recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, . rJHL m i The Bank of Mt Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. to-wi- y X OOO! m m S3 HI land Sale for Taxes, 1 91 5. Or sufficient thereof to produce the I, or one ot my deputies, will sura of onh aundred dollars (S100. 00), offer for sale at the front door of with six percent, interest from the 2lst day of Januarp 1913, untill paid, subject the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, to a credit of $39 69 paid February 5; Tune 26th, the following tracts of and the cost Of this action. For the purchase price the purchaser mustexecute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force Bidders and effect of a judgment. will be prepared to comply with these terms. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner. Rockcastle Circuit Court. 1916, cxxqcc PH Conover MT. VERNON, KY Dentist . - Fron tRooms over Baker' More r, . ,, r land, for taxes due County and State: No. 1. S wenney, M rs.W. M. 43 acres 2.01 No. 2. Fishback, Mrs. Ada, town lot . for 1913 and 1915 5.83 Las well. W. D., town lot for 1913 ane 1915 39 43 Sowder, R. E., town lot 5.99 Smith, J. H., town lot 1914 5.70 ThompsonJ.E.to,nl'tl914 12.28 w. 303&3CarP3fc "I 43CG : n; 1 three-four'h- - , TO THE PUBLIC eave been using Chamber-Iain'- s for indigetion- - for the past six months, and it affords me pleasure to say 1 have never used remedy that did me so much good."- - -- Mrs. C. E. Riley. Illio, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets ara obtainable everywhere. t ( Vs: Alice Hellard &c, Defendants By virtue of.a judgment and order of the Rockcastle Circuit Court; rendered 0tthe.April term, 1916, thereof in the No 7. Centers. Wm. ve an electrical thermostat. When temperature rises above 32 degrees electrical connection thru the thermostat starts up the ammonia pump which runs until proper j Children Cry FOR FLETOHER'S cauae, I shall proceed to offerfor sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon: Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, June 26, 1916, being regular County Court day, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 3. p. m. upon a credit of six months, t: the following described property, to-wiv Clark, G. W. Durham, Nute, Hagan, Mary, 10 acres town 81 acres 50 acres $3 14-7- 69 6.71 4 4.59! lot No. 10. Tyree, W. A., BBffl . jmfo ., yEBffli aggE!twaWaVfl S5Ttorajasas!3Mas5' town lot 6.98 Cam Muluns. S. R. C. fMHv jfWfMlZm J. C. MeCLARY a AJUlii S&k. wjiilyq?waf:fl CASTORIA The mineral on or under a tract CASTORIA Children Cry cno ci nrturni run rbbiuncng IUHDERTAKER and EMBALMER STANFORD, KY. 1 T':-- r- rfjfigtfVf?. . . t'',-- . sv -- - JM.tr'.w - i t- - - n v w ,. - imt iKMisiaiyA MCVERNON Mt. Vernon SIGNAL 1916 Buy it at Fish's and get the latest styles. CLEAN OP AND PAINT UP Ky June 9, PJo. C. H. York sold to Bige 9 Es-tridg- e 79 wan toCommunl cats with 8IQNAL up 79" wnen 79 hogs for $131.80. See Fish's early about McCor mick and Deering repairs. Bob Lee died last Sunday after many months of terrible suffering. Edgar Mullins and Casper Adams sold D. M. Ciess a fiue bunch of hogs last week. Which Do You Prefer? It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question: "Do I prefer a pure baking powder like Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources ? " The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind you are now using or any brand, new or old, that may be offered is a genuine cream of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. WE RECOMMEND -- A CONTINUOUS CAMPAIGN Suggestions For Making Our Town a Better Home Town Chairman of National Bureau Says Start Now and Keep It Up the Year Roung. THE FAMOUS AND ARROW Louisville A. Nashville R R.Co. I Monarch 4 S. T. Proctor has completed W. G. McBee's new residence which '22 acrtn Pm is one of the prettiest houses in 3:56 a m nortn town. 3 south n:44 an? Neal Parrot is putting the finish12:13 a m li South ing touch on the new store ot J. M Jas. Landrum, Agent. Brown, which when completed will No. 8. Phone be one of the best building in town. T ME TABLE. 5-- 1 2-- s The residence of Chint Lear near Hiatt weut up in smoke early yesterday morning. We have not vet PERSONAL ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. learned what was saved or whether New York T. Cecil Mahan was here from or not there was any insurance Williams during the week. The Fiscal Court met. Tuesda Willis Allen of the Poplar Grove aud instead of readvertising the get it at c tr iu section is a very sick man. Tne County Board of Educatii road from Livingston to Brod will meet June 12th and receive Mrs T. J. Nicely has be n on head, decided to take the matter BANK .vPOKT. bids for a school building in Disthe MCk Iibt lor a few days. in hand and the county build the No. 77 (Rocky Betid), five Miss Margaret Welsh is in Louis- road. Rep rt f the Conditi n of The trict south-wes- t of Livingston. ville for a three weeks visit Citizens Ban , doing business at miles BECAUSE WE WOULD I am prepared to make photos. the towc of Brodhead, County of This is the same house advertised W T. and Chas. L Davis were objects of each, follows- RATHER HAVE PERA National Civic Movement. I have experienced help. Give Rockcastle, Stte ot Kentucky, at a few days ago and rejected by the in 'he Quail section yesterday. Naof the Committees For the Work. Board of. Education. me a call md I will try to please the close of business on A bid will For four years the scope rapidly exMANENT CUSTOMERS first day Judge G. M Bollard was in Berea you. Street Department Household waste, tional Bureau's service has also be received for building a room I will take poultry, eggs of June, 1906 : permanent plau. improvement of distended until this year it is "Wednday lor the Commencment. A N TRANSIENTS. to the school house in District No. with more than 6.000 local communi- tricts which will be center of interest T II and meat in exchange for Phptos. RESOURCES Con direction John Albtight spent from Mon (Proctor). This room is to be ties In the organization and Up" cam- In coming National Democratic public Mrs Judith Thompson. Loans and vention, smooth paving, signs on Discounts $ 42,919.72 40 of real "Clean Up and Paint da until yesterday in Louisville. West Main Street 20 by 40 feet, the District to paigns, not "days," or "weeks."" Con- buildings, rubbbh boxes. . Overdrafts, secured Mrs. Ben Martin hf-with bten Come to see us for furnish all rough lumber, and tinuous campaigns for homes and Landscape Gardening Ordinances, and unsecured ... 61748 contractor to receive a note due hometowns beautiful, sanitary and campaign among property owners, yard At the Boone Way Opera House, the family cf her brother this week. Due from Banks safe, conducted by permanent commit- planting campaign among children. 12.590.04 two years without interest. your new vlsses Ardilla and Jalia Brown on Friday night. June 16th, will of Fire Prevention Clean up rubbish, tees, and Involving the Cash rn hand 2,594-5women, roofs, condemn shacks that are fire O. Scoggin, attended conimencrmeut at Berea, be shown the Knoxville Boosters J city and town officials, club Trade Trip. The picture of Mt. Banking House.Fur- commercial organizations, the children, risks. Collars, Sox, this week. Supervisor Schools. niture and Fixtures Housing Insanitary yards, privies, 4,800 00 Vernon and the people who were fire prevention interests, all business Rockcastle Co. J Anuerst;n and ramify are on the streets to greet the Boosters men and property owners. Is the goal tenements, lodging houses, garbage reUnderwear, located at Kragon, Breathitt cjui aimed at by all of the National Bu ceptacles. Total 63,522.83 will be shown in this picture. This Vacant Lots Reported by Boy Scouts, Kentucky Fair Dates reau's propaganda. t for awhile. LIABILITIES will be shown in connection with Mr. Clark declares that the bane of flower and vegetable gardens by school other furnishings ' any community is the citizen who lacks children and Real Estate Exchange, Mrs. Lucy Catron of Somerset the third chapter of the Diamond Capital Stock paid For 1916. even a semblance of interest in the weed cutting, bird boxes. was with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. from the Skv" and the ad mis. ion in, in cash 15.000.00 community, and that, strange as It may Flower Boxes In congested districts, and new Niceley 1 ist week Surplus Fund will only be 5 and 10 cents. 1,000.00 seem in a democracy, absence of this downtown and opposite Union Station. Columbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, Unsightly Advertising Posters on interest seams to be pretty generally Undivided Profits, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Johnson, things first. 5. Aug. preyalent in the average American buildings "For Rent" signs, ordinances. George Proctor, the oldest son of less expenses and young son Bill, are with rela and Vacant Appearances of Buildings community. Such a citizen would have Lawrence Fair Ass'n., Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Proctor, died taxes paid 1,414.95 "The Town" or "The City," whatever buildings, painting, lighting of promitives in Berea to day. 8. Aug. Wednesday night after seven Deposits subject to those names may signify when the nent corners. Miss 1 ouise Landrum is visit- weeks of intense suffering New Perryville Fair, Perryville bodv of citizens is eliminated, keep Street Drinking Fountains General from check 34,19868 Aug. 9- -i the streets and alleys clean, preserve and on downtown corners. ing Mrs. Mary Maxwell, in Ind- rheumatism, agrivated by com1. Time Deposits 11,90820 Smoke Abatement. the public and individual health, elimand ianapolis, this week, Danville Fair, Danville, Aug inate nuisances, make everything In Publicity Billboard, pesters, street plication of other troubles. Geo. Mrs. Fred Kruger and Miss was a good boy and we deeply town spick and span and satisfactory cars, circulars for children, buttons, Total $63,522.83 4. moving pictures. while Rissie McFerron are with relatives mourn his untimely death. Be- State of Kentucky. Bullit Co. Fair, Shepherdsville, looks on. the citizen sits back and newspapers, On general subject, also on ),. Speakers in Indiana for a month. Ang. i5-i- 8. sides his parents, he leaves one County of Rockcastle, j bC ' The real "Clean Up and Paint Up" special phases of campaign. We R. H. Hamm and A. M. District Organization Report nuiK. of P. Fair, Nicholasville. campaign, organized on the plans of Judge L. W. Bethurum and Dr. brother, Russel and a small sister the National Bureau, gives everyone sances, see property owners and urge 29-- 3 1. M. Pennington are in Chicago at- Short services were conducted at Hiatt, president and cashier of the Aug. something definite to do to help make to clean up and paint up and plant Knox Co. Fair, Barbourville, their hometown beautiful, sanitary and trees. tending the big Convention. the home by Re. Young at 3 o'- above named Bank, do solemnly pt. Children School safe. And the campaign's educational Distribution of 1. Miss Marthe Sparks is at home clock. The burial took place in swear that the above statement is Aug. WE SELL influence should work steadily the true to the best of our knowledge Laurel Co. Fair, London, Aug. year 'round and year after year, auto- printed matter, school gardens. from Ward Belmont College Nash Elmwood cemetery. Police Report nuisances, distribute 22-- 25 and belief. matically eliminating many nuisances directions for rubbish collections, reville, lor the summer vacation. Miss Jennie Mcrrow Miller has of residents. R. H Hamm, President. K. of P, Fair, Stanford, Aug. caused formerly by carelessness or quest Bradley Perciful, who has been been the hostess of a thoughtlessness of property owners The chairmen of these various com23-- 25 delightful A M. Hiatt, Cashier and tenants. working lor the W.J. Sparks Co.. house party for the week. Those mittees should be the city or town Subscribed and sworn to before 4. Berea Fair, Berea, Aug, officials or civic leaders who are most A Suggestion For Our Town. at Avoca is at home very sick. who have been here for the entire me this fifth day of June. 1916 MT. VERNON FAIR Ass'n., The methods for accomplishing all of interestel in the work to be done by Miss Winnie Uahn leit yester week are; Miss Juanetta Stotts, of the committee. My Commission expires Febru Mt. Vernon, Aug. n. day lor Richmond to enter the Harrodsburg, Miss Jeunie Pugh ary Brodhead Fair Ass'n Brodhead. 24, 1918. Summer School of E. K. S N. London, Messrs De Witt and C. H. 8. Aug. John Kobins, " By THE EDITOR. Mrs. E. S. Albrigln aud daugh- Vanderver, Harrodsburg, and Notary Public. Wayne Co. Fair Ass'n., Monti-cellON'KEYS imitate. Sheep follow the leader. And most of us men, ters Dorothy and Lucille are with Garland Fisher, Millerbirg. Sept 8DETECTIVKS WANTED. women and children alike are prone to do the xaiiie. relatives at London for the week. Those who will arrive this afterKentucky State Fair, Louisville Imitation is bad for the monkey and bad for the sheep if the The undersigned Agency will example followed is bad. But it 1b good for both if the leadership is E. Blair, of More-hea- noon for the rest of the week are; Mrs. Luster 11-consider applications for member- Sept. safe. Just so with us mortals. Inspired by environment, we can think is the guest of her grand par Misses Mary and Tevis Young, X do things worth while. Depressed by environment, great thoughts-anDid you know that during the Letta Crockett Pugh, Mr. and Mrs. ship from certain localities in Ken ents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T Frauds, r ir m- - a we can sink into the depths of despondency, John Eversole, and Messrs Vincent tucky. We look after Criminals, latter part of June President Alii- M JVJft. 1 M But, thanks to human powers of initiative, we can shape our environthis week. Young and Raymond Foynter, all Collect Names and Addresses of son of the Dixie Highway Associa-Farmer- s, ment. We can make it what we will, if we- will. And so intimately are Cbarlev Taompson and Dave our own Interests linked with those of our neighbors that when we imetc. Collect ' debts and tion will start on his tour of of London prove our own surroundings, be it ever so little, we Improve theirs. Ctaig we.e overfrom Lancaster last commercial reports to spection of the Eastern route from Right there the monkey in man asserts itself. week. They are fine boys and are SERVICES AT THE CHRIST- business concerns. We pay salary Chattanooga going by way of Today your neighbor fixes up his yard, removes rubbish, plants flowmaking good. ers, trims his hedge, paints his house. Get Our Prices and IAN CHURCH FOR SUNDAY and fees. For full particulars Knoxville, Cumberland Gap, Mid Tomorrow your own place looks sick. You never noticed before that dlesboro, Mt. Vernon, Richmond, Mr and Mrs. B T. Moynahan We Will Get Your write Suuday School 9:45. a little "leaning up and painting up would accomplish so much In making Lexington, Cincinnati and othei and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. AJcKen Trade Va.&Tenn. Detective Agency, cites along the eastern route. home life happy and healthy through the long outdoor months of summer. Preaching service 11:00 a m. zie motored over to Nicholasville get busy with the pruning shears, the rake, lawn mower and So you Incorporated. Christian Endeavor 7:00 p.m. garden hose. You start a painter working on your house and outbuildand back Sunday. Misses Clyde Watson and Ruth Mahoney Building, Preaching service 8:00 p m. ings. Forthwith you, your wife and the kiddies begin to realize more Mrs. Jack Hy singer has beeu Bristol, Tenn. Va. Mullins and Rev. Jack Lunsford fully the "Joy of living" in the good old summer time. The Rev. George A. joplin, Day after tomorrow other neighbors will begin to perk up their have been elected grade teachers very sick with rheumatism at the Field Secretary for the Interna White Shoes for everv foot ar premises and their persons. Then others will follow their example, and of the Graded School. home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. tional Sundav School Association Fish's. so the spirit of spring's regeneration will spread from bouse to house and W. T. Francis. in Kentucky., will be with us on block to block. But let's not wait for this creeping regeneration of our town. Let's Frank Gibson, who has been Monday evening, at eight o'clock J. U organize Immediately a continuous "Clean TJp and Paint Up" campaign away from this county lorty one This service belongs to the Sunday and makd the refurbishing a thorough community movement Our offiSTDMACHE TROUBLE FOR cial community ran help, and so can each civic organization, and the years arrived yeste-tdalor a visit Schools of the town and they business men, and the women, and the children. Dug-ge- r should be present. with his sister Mrs. Harrison Let's make "Clean "Up and Paint Up and Keep It Up" our slogan and Prayer Meeting at 7:45 on Wednear Boone's Gap. live up to it. YEARS. TANLAC RELIEVES nesday evenings. Phone 52 MTVERNON.KY. c-i- 'ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice mail matter. as second-clas- s i this suggested by the National Bureau are well illustrated by a brief description of the local campaign organization the world's vernacular. With in St. Louis. With various adaptations Spring the desire to refurbish comes this St. Louis plan has been found subconsciously into the hearts of men practicable in any city, no matter how But large or small. and women, and communities. direction and sustained effort without The entire campaign Is under the dithe expression of that desire, in the rection of the .Continuous St. Louis form of the ordinary "Clean Up Day" "Clean Up and Paint Up" Campaign or "Week," is apt to result in a super- Committee, of which Charles M. ficial sally against filth. director of streets and sewers, is Years ago Allen W. Clark, a St. Louis chairman. On this committee are vaeditor, made up his mind that this rious civic and business leaders, includnatural "Clean Up" instinct could be ing the leading club women of the city. turned to account, that it could be deEach member of the general commitveloped into a real campaign working tee is chairman of a subcommittee retoward definite ideals and accomplish sponsible for some definite department ing permanent results. And so. iu May, of the campaign's activity. The Di1912. Mr. Clark founded the National rector of Streets and Sewers is chair'Clean Up and Paint Up" Campaign man of the committee on "Refuse Bureau, with headquarters in St Clean-up,- " the chief of the Fire DeLouis. He hoped that a thorough-goinpartment is chairman of the commitmovement, national in its scope tee on fire prevention and the head of and practical in its principles, might the Health Department is chairman lake the place of the "annual bath' of the committee on housing reform. e "clean A partial list of these campaign comidea as expressed in the up day" or "week." mittees, will; ii0tatfon of some of the Tal-ber- t. g old-tim- INCE Hercules diverted the river to renovate the Augean stables "Clean Up" has had its place in Shirts TO OUR CUSTOMERS I s 9 Shirts, Ties, -- Belts, & get the 22-2- Law-rencebu- rg 15-1- SPORT SHIRTS 50c $1.00 2-- 3o-Se- 2-- 9-- 16-1- o, 5-- M I LDHERl BUILDING mnn tat JttKfftX MILL WORK d, -- 16. d " - sh 8 Proctor& y W LOCAL See Fish to dav about that PALM BEACH suit. Mrs. D. L. Carter of the Hummel section in on the svek list. Hughes, Teddy and Wilson all wear Arrow Collars. Your size is waiting at Fish's. Elmwood Cemetery needs a gen eral cleaning up. rue weeas are almost as high as they were a year ago before they were all cut Off. It has been suggested that next Wednesday and Thursday would be two good days to clean up all the lots. The Rockcastle County Christian Bible School will meet with the Wildie School thrfifth Sunday in July which is the 30th. Each school iu the county is expected to be represented by its officers, and teachers as many as can come Mr. Walter E. Frazee, State Bible Schowl Superintendent' and other If Chicago ever was'a Speakers will be on the program. CITY it is this week. The death ot Mrs. Sarah Carpen ter, wife of Henry B. Carpenter, 717 Nineteenth street, occurred at the home at 3 p. m. yesterday. A lingering illness was the direct cause of her death. Eighteen months ago Mrs. Carpenter sus tained a. fracture of the hips and this hastened her death. Mrs. Carpenter, whose maiden name was Sarah DeBord, was born in Mt. Vernon Ky., Sept. 25, 1854. and she was 61 years old at the f"me of her death. In 1874 she was married to Henry Carpenter. Forty one years ago, s nortly after marriage, shejeame to this city and since resided here. Seven children were born to the above union, all of whom survive They are Caleb R., Fred M., Chas H., and Mylo B., the latter of Ed gington; Clara H. of Colorado Springs, and Mary E'. and Blanche M., at home. Rock Island (Ind.) News says III. H. Penn, ol Lexington. blood I fcKenzie X WHAT PAINT WILL DO. JLEAN COMMUNITIES HEALTHY I had indigestion and stomach streagh through the for years and it seemed that I nerveS-could and get nothing to relieve me until I took Tanlac. Said Mrs. W. H. Penn, 387 south Broadway Lexington. "I was pursuaded to try it by a triend and it did memore good than anything I erer 'took. I would advise anybody suffering from stomach trouble to try t. It certainly is a great remeey". "Tanlac's merits have proven themselves to the people' in Kentucky. On the streets in the cities and villagea, in the cars and public buildings, in offices and shops, as well as in the homes, men, women and children are taltinp-Tanlac I And the talk is good for Tanlac works for all who give it a triar. WINDY It is designed to meet the needs of the stomach and build, health and There is hardly a part of. the body mat is not benefited by the action of Tanlac. Any medicine which has won so many endorsements from the people has merit. They would not allow their names to be used to further spread it's work if it were not efficient. It is atonic, appetiser and invig orant made.of vegetable ingredients if contains no mineral poison. Tanlac is being specially intro-pt.ce- d in 'Mt. Vernon at R. H. Miller, also at Central Drug Livingston, and John Co, Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead W. M Owens' Stor. Burr. T.in Bros Crab Orchard. S. E. Welch Berea: J. Reynolds and Son, Bee Lick. Ask any real estate man what per- of value is added to a house y a, fresh coat of paint and you will .e surprised at the size of the figure he will give you. Too many householders have the habit of putting off painting until a house fairly screams for it. Good paint applied at regular Inter, vals, not too far apart, Is the true economy In that it not only actually raises the value of the house by Improved .appearance, but through preservative Ingredients prevents and arrests decay. The man who lets his house become an eyesore In an otherwise well kept locality should be taxed for the heavy damage he Is doing to that community, says the' Real Estate Journal. catno . j Filth in itself cannot generate disFORETHOUGHT . ease, but in the long run, barring unPeople are learning that a little usual exceptions, low death rates and long life always come with records of forethought often saves them a clean communities. expense. Here is an instance: The "Clean Up and Paint Up" cam- big paign is, after all, a housekeeping job. E. VV. Archer, Caldwell Ohio, and for that reason every housekeep- writes: "I do not believe that uur with the town ofer should ficials in making the town spotless. family has been without Chamber-Iain'- s Nothing pleases one more t!ian to have Colic, Cholera and Diarra visitor say what a beautiful town hoea Remedy since we comyou live iu. Why not make your town the cleanest in America? It's easily menced keeping house years ago done. Have harmony reign and all When we go on an extended vis work together and you will be surObtainable prised at the result. Now, let us all we take it with us." spotless town! everywhere. pull together for a MAMMOTH GAVE Railroad fare $4.35. Board at hotel including the rentes in live cave for $5 50. Round trip tickets on sale for morning trains at all way stations. See L, & N. Agent. OATOr Children C FLETCHER'. FOR From MTi VERNON June 27 th, $9.85 for an All-Exne- nse Two-Da- ys Trip .r.& --7 ' i?tf.- f- TmtrrtnittrfmrsrTmn mkn m mtymmmmmkn . x acrys of Wi4- Copyright i9U by desirable mineral rights to se'l. r K. J. Reynolds Tobacco Cd, Bulletin No. 2 It is not worth while to speaic of the water on these farms, as it is .0 w'H known that Rockcastle is oin of the best watered counties in r this state or any other state. All You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert of these farms are handy to patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you smoke your fill without a comebackl Stake your bank roll that churches and schools and the county has under consideration, 4 it proves out every hour of the day. Prince Albert has always been sold To the People: turnpikes out of the town of Mt. without coupons or premiums. We Vernon, north and south, east and Some people say that the very fact that the Bethlehem Steel Company is so aggressively prefer to give quality ! west. Several miles have been J fighting the proposal to build a Government armor plant is conclusive proof that the Company let and work already begun. 99 There's sport smoking- a. pipe or rolling is seeking to assure for itself the "vast profits" derived from private manufacture. Those farms are on the pike road your own, but you know that you've got leading south from Mt. Vernon, to have the right tobacco! "We tell you The fact is that armor making is the least profitable feature of steel munufueture. on the waters of Dry Fork and Prince Albert will bang the doors wide Skeggs Creek and most of this open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke The reason we oppose a Government plant is very simple. It is this: land is limestone land and tine firing up every little so often, without a producing and grass land. Will Even though there is but little profit in the making of armor, we have invested over re&ret! You'll feel like your smoke past sell on easy terms any part of this $7,000,000 in our armor plant; has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot land or all as a whole. Anyone back up for a fresh start. That plant is useless for any other purpose; if a Government plant is built the usefulwishing to buy land, either for inness of our plant is destroyed. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a 'i hn J t Cr7"P'iI vestment or home, will do well to ! thousand-dolla- r bill sLtJiSa It s worth that in happi call and go over thi - land, and get It would be good business for us to make armor for the Governness and contentment to you, to every man my price and terms. For the s&who knows what can be XT':sr.3r?-E&ment at any price over and above the actual shop cost, RATHER benefit of those who might know gotten out of a chummy THAN SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE INVESTMENT. these farms and locate them betjisiiftu m, jimmy pipe or a makin's will name them by ter by name, I & their former owners: Tract No r u AiDeri ior We do not seek to save big profits: our purpose is very frankly to save our armor known as the Sand Spring coal oac kinp"I o cT) plant itself built solely for the use of the Government from going to the scrap heap. d.i... f.r Albert tidy fields: Tract No. 2 known as the JG'jT R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. tin, and in "A N. C. fact' Sfjr Albert every Prince Will Price farm at Sand Spring; To do that, we are prepared to agree for any period to any terms of manufacture package, lias Tract No. 3 known as the old This Is the reverse a real side of the tidy on which the Federal Trade Commission shall say absolutely protects the Government tiir read its reverse side. You II Tommy Graves valley farm; red tin Process Patented 1907." That means July 30th. of the United States. Tract No 4 known as the K. J. that the United States Govern ment has granted a patent on the McKinney tarm; Tract No. 5 process by which Prince Albert is made. And by which tongue bite and CHAS. M. SCHWAB. Chairman known as the W. G. Nicely farm throat parch are cut out! Every Bethlehem Steel Company EUGENE G. Gil ACE. President where tobacco Is sold you llhnd at Hansford; Tract No. 0 known Prince Albert awaiting you in toppy red bans, 5c: tidy as the Mat Deboard and later the red tins, 10c; handsome pound and Albert Hamlin farm near Level tin humidors and in startad from men who have horse that clever crystal-glas- s Green. humidor, with and jacks and want to down sponge moistener SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION top. that keeps the tobacco in such PERSONAL PROPERTY for man. fine condition-alw- ays Yours verv respectfullv, sale on easy terms: tf IV P. 0. Lear. S work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack AND RETURN bed; 1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire To whom it may concern: 1 set of buggy harness; 4 buggy; j& 11 .A i W, It has been reported that the jack turning plows; 3 section harrows; that I sold to J. W. Hiltcn.of Pine Hill, is showing rickety colts. I 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva want to say that this is absolutely &30oe$3oc3&3c8& && v. tors; 4 double shovel plows; 4 bull FROM false. He has never shown a ricktongue plows; 1 mowing machine; ety colt. I will give $100. to any w 2 rakes; one-hal- f interest in 1 bin- man that will bring me a rickety Having decided to j?o west, der; about 2500 ft. ol lj inch colt, sired bv that Jack. The Jack I SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES will otter for sale, privately all ol iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon is all right in every respect and is JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. my property, both personal jmd Fair Association; 1, 12 horse snowing good colts Ky R. L. Smith, Hiatt, Ky. real, as follow, until August loth, power boiler and engine; all of my C. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent i. Now, if any one wants birth r and on that day I will close all interest in about 200 acres of JUNCTION CITY, KY. Uta A . $$ that remains unsold at public auc growing crops, to be sold as it imformation about this Jack write COM LINK tion at my home, Hansford, Ky: stands or so much per bushel at the Rev. Green Fish, Mt. Vernon. , Coffin?,, Caskets and Robes Real estate for sale on easy gathering time. 2 stores and fix- Ky. He has three ot his colts and Mnil, Telegraph or Teleterms: Farm or tract No. 1 of tures, one store at Hansford and has known the Jack from his fold130 acres. 4 miles south of Mt. one at Sand Springs, 5 show case. ing. I will give $25.00 to anv man phone orders Promptly Vernon, with i storehouse, dwell 2 desks; 1 typewriter; 1 iron safe; that will make- a sworn affidavit $r Filled ing house and barn, and three 1 share in Peoples Bank; share that mv Jack has ever to this date g tenant houses, several good coal in Mt. Vernon Fair Association; shown a rickety colt. Now, you mines from which Mt. Vernon 25 shares in Central Life Insur- fellows that have been talking, and surrounding country get the ance Co.; 2 shares in Don Over make your word good. OLD greater part of its coal suply. Respectfully, land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, x&xt rsss J. W. Hilton, t 3A farm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 Intl.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural a && V SEP &S& i May 30, '16. Pine Hill, Ky. miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 Credit Association. m houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in d W. M. Bullock. I p-ooBOWEL COMPLAINTS Our line of Couch Casket growing crop, 60 acres in grass IN INDIA. is unexcelld and balance in woodland; adjoin In a lecture tit one of the Des Hand-mad- e 'offins furnisliec ing farm No. 1. so as to make one Momes, Iowa, churches a missionHearse cut '.o all parts ol jj( well located farm if purchaser i It is being circulated throughout ary from India told of going into should desire both tracts. Farm the interior of India, where be ;the County. No. 1 lies on east side of of creek the county that my Jack's colts 111 was taken sick, that he had a 0, dc'-fo- r II and mostly underlaid with coal. are ricketv. I wish to say through by Wire PromptlyFilled All orders botte of Chamberlain's Cholic, i? VW,XU.TYUW Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, the Signal to my friends, as I cant Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ! Hi rather a valley farm, with some write you all personally, that it is an absolute falsehood, as you will with him and he beleived .that it coal in the hill. saved his life. This remedy is M I. VERTON, KY. ;; Phone .)4-Farm No. 3 of i9o acres, one-hal- f see from what Mr. R, L. Smith used successfully in India both as mile west of farm, No. 2; a the man that I bought the jack a preveutiv and cure lor choLra. ood strong valley faim in good from, has to say about it This You may know from this that it X .30C&C&3eer ? r gaisaasai ir state of cultivation and not very false report was fixed up to injure can be depended upon for the much improvement. About 100 my business, but inspite of it I am milder forms of bowel complaint acres cleared, balance iu wood- doing a splendid business with my H iack. I have a fine jack. I hope that occur in this country. Obland. tainable everywhere. ST. LOUIS, MO. Farm No. 4 of 2?i acres, 5 to show him at the Mt. Vernon miles south of Mt. Vernon, m pair ground next Fuir, and let the NOTICK FOR DIVISION OF BRODHEAD VOTING in good state of cultivation, well people see this iack and judge for L. & N. R. R. L. IT. & St. L. Want some reliable information about any of the country west of the improved; 1 good dwelling house, themselves. Tust here I wish to PRISCINCT. i r Rockies Californio, Oregon, Washington, Idaho.Montana.Nevada, insert a letter from Mr. P. C. tear steel, electric lushled. barn and storehouse and all other The KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL, consisting of all Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas? Want to know something It having become necessary in coaches, rrcliainir. chair cars and Pullman sleepers, will leave Louisville Union Station necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant The letters is as follows; Monday, June 12h. at 10:00 p. m , and arrive at St. Louis Tuesday, June 13th at about farming opportunities, railroad rates, routes, automobile the opinion of the Court that ac7:40 a. m. dcy before the Convention. highways, hotels, resorts , prices of land, methods of fanning, etc.? houses. This farm is a creek Hiatt. Ky., cording to Sec i443 of the Ky. FARES IN EFFECT SPECIAL ROUND TRIP It's our business to know all about this Poctlic Slope country. larin, running to the hilltops, May 29, 1916. Statute to divide Brodhead voting For sleeper reservations or further information call, write or phone Sunset Magazine is the one big national magazine, reflecting the with some workable coal in the Mr. John Hitton, life of this country and giving accurate information concerning its H. L. SWEENEY. C. P. A. precinct known a precinct No. io R.F.FENN.T.P.A. growth and development. Send 10 ctn:s for a sample copy of sunLouisville, Ky. hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard Ky. Both Phones 1134 Louisville. Pine Hill, Ky. into '.wo precincts. The Boona set Magazine and write us a letter asking for whatever infonnation set out this spring, consisting of Dear Sir:- zms&ossegxm you desire concerning any state in ehe West. Highway bfetng designated as the about 500 Stay man Winesap ap I have been told tnat some part- dividing line thereby creating two SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU ples and 5oo Elherta peaches, if ies out there have been telling that precincts instead of one, that part & all are true to name, with a guar Sanfrancisco the jack you bought from Bogue of said precincts lying on the anty from the company to prune Smith got rickety mules. It is south side of said road to be and spray for 3 years. Holes certainly a mistake for he does no known as South Brodhead No. io wete dynamited for trees and such thing. I stood "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have reSaid stock of merchandise will be jack last with its voting place in the town SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S great care taken in setting the or year and his colts the ceived from the use of Thedford's writes SALE. sold in bulk, as well as the crrss are coming this of Brodhejid, on the south side chard. Also about G acres of spring all right and goul Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Gifton Mills, Ky. Plaintiff, ties, and the purchaser or purones. of said road and that part of said John Mccracken, "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, other orchard on this farm. This He never has got a mule vs: chasers will be required to give that was precinct lying on the north side is the farm for the stockman; a liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht Defendants. bond wilh approved surety, due wrong. 1 nave miown mm ever of said toad to be known as north Owens Bros,. good farm and well watered and saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, siniehewas a sucking colt. 1 Brodhead No io, with its voting By virtue of a judgment and or- and payable in 3 months and bearonly a few years to wait tor . a will go they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's bejore any court and make place in the town of Brodhead, and der of sale made and entered in ing interest at the rate of 6 per Black-Draught young fortune from growing fruit an made them break out, and she has had no affidavit that he does not set on the north side of said road. the above styled action at the cent, per annum and having the more trpuble. I shall never be without Farm No. 5 of 258 acres, ad- rickety colts.- , way this has The Copy att April Term, I9I6, of the Rock- force and effect of a judgment.' joining farm No 4, with one good got started, I stood a jack belone S. F, Bowman, castle Circuit Court, the under- said bond "will be made payable to dwelling house, barn and store ing toC. C. Gover, Lancaster, Ky., County Court Clerk. signed Special Commissioner, the undersigned special commissioner, to satisfy plaintiff's bonse; 4 tenant houses and barns, year before last that did get rick- will on Monday, June 26th I9I6, debt, interest interest and cost good orchard; known to be as etv colts Qfi I havp hpnrrl that it CLEAR SKIN OOMES FROM at the store house of Owens Bros., namelv 250 00 with leral interest- good if not the best stand former-- 1 WtkW aES&ttkC 12 U WITHIN. bas been told that Bm McQaeen nearCooksburg Rockcastle Coun from February 25. 19 16, and chandise in the county. Also bas g.-.i-, It is foolish to think you can ty, Kentucky, ....x. twr, m.,l00 h.,.fi,; uuiuu JHCtt between ...w ...u..J yjj IUI3 the 517.50 costs. 1 in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- a good coal mine I. R. McCracken, that were ricketv and he n - p.ip gain a good clear complexion by hours of 9o'clock a. m. and 4 o'i Special Commissioner, Farm No. 6 of 250 acres, 2 them away, m ness, malaria, chills , and fever, biliousness, and all similar that fs alsa a mistake J the use of faoe powder. Get at clock p. m., sell at public outcry Rockcastle Circuit Court. miles west of farm No. H, good ns thPSH miilfc woro Kir Black-Draug- ht ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, tho n theiootofthe trouble and thor-ougl- y to the highest and best bidder the ....., ... goou Mate ot cut- - ver jack. McQueen reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. cleanse the system with a following property: will swear STOMACH TROUBLE tivation; good house and barn: they were not by . treatment of Dr. King's new life One stock of general merfc AND CONSTIPATION. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- tha SmUh V good i tenant house; and so will L If y0u want me Qf. Pills. Gentle and mild in action, "I will cheerfully say that chandise, consisting of dry goods, Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv-e about i2o acres cleared and the McQueen to make an affidavit to do not gripe, yet they relieve the notions and groceries, hardware, Chamberlain's Tablets are thev'sat years of splendid success proves its value. Good for nomtlQ in . nmnllnviJ isfactory. remedy tor stomacb wuu"u this effect we will go befo re tne liver bv their actions on the bow- etc. also 100 hewn cross ties. 7 x troubles and constipation that I young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. iowu jots in uetnurum & Lew nourt and swrnr t.Viat. mhaf unc els. Good for young, adults and 3 p w.. v..u 9, 8 ft. lon, and all the outr have sold in thirty-hou- r UltU ... . lidO Jl-- . years" ih auiuon to Mt. Vernon, Ky. been told on vonr jack is all 'false. aged. Go atter a clear complexion standing book accounts amount drug store aer vice, "writes g. H. and i lot in Jersey City, N J. Geserally such tales Murphy, druggist, Welchburg, n 25cepts at ycur druggist ing to about $100.00. as these get Y. Obtainable everywhere. Also have a few hundred rv , Slip a few Prince Albert smokes into your system! Why We Are Opposing A Government Armor Plant M -- RINGE - Albert I cigarette with Winston-Sale- -4 nc message-to-yo- u half-poun- d 1 CINCINNATI Sunday, ;3aoj&:c $ SRANYIbUB PL-KT-- UNDERTAKER WENS i--j NOTICE! $1.50 Brodhead 1$ i I tm ROUND TRIP Junction City .JUNE ih - ;v.; s-- 1 JONAS McKENZIE THE RELIABLE r&. bs l ft l T A&EB if M$ JjL $ A NOTICE iTO&SMyil S vx General Merchandise linft of 'yc9cyr3yyc ft A I Farm Implements ' iJfec8fctofe .a4GKxcbfcci pO.r OFFICIAL, TRAIN Democratic National Convention i Going West? SQ!rirrs Life siiri i ft . Black-Draugh- t," 6 THEDFORD'S RAUGHT a J S S w ..,. s .cjr or-har- d; j ft 9 Z K w -- to-da- y. N