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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 16. 1916 113 Its Wicked to Waste Every time you spend money without a suitable return you're doing yourself and others a wrong. In buying clothes, for instance, why spend too much? We can show you where it's folly to pay more than $10 to $20 forja suit. Whether you want style, fit, material, wear or price, Clothcraf t will give, you absolute worth of your here Saturday from Bardstown, where Mr. Owens was a teacher in the Graded School. J. W. Kincer, of Ashland. Kv., was here over Sunday with his wife who is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Osborne, near Mrs. E. B. Newland and here. children have been the guests of in Richmond since relatives Thursday of last week. Misses Eila Carson and Clyde Watson were the guests of Miss Louanna Whitehead, at Mt Vernon, Saturday and Sunday. The Children's Day exercises at the Methodist church, Sunday, were well attended and greatly enjoyed. A carefully prepared program which was arranged and carried out under the splendid management of Mrs. J. L. Pilkenton, consisting of reading, recitations, songs and addressee, was presented in a way that showed proper training and great skill. Children from all the Bible Schools took part. Mrs. J.M. Owens, and little daughter, Miss Margie, were with her daughter, Mrs. G. F. Sutton, in Lexington, from Saturday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hamm were in Louisville. Tuesday, buying goods, returning Wednesday with a new Ford, Logan Bryant, the Ford agent wek, arriving Levl rM Paint Up With "Green Seal" -- from Mt. Vernon, driving the car R from Louisville here. J. M. Roberts joined his wife in Stanford, and was the guest of Mr and Mrs. money L B. Hilton over Sunday. Miss Oma Brown is with, her sister, If you come in you'll be convinced. Mrs. Ben Riddle, here this week. Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Potorf are citizens of our town, and are oc4 4 cupying the R. H. Hamm cottage on Albright street. We are certainly glad to have these splendid people with us. H.E.Christie has begun the erection of a modT. J Proctor and daughters. Miss ern bungalow on the lot he recent gVTl 4 T 4SfTYV4 Nannie and Kate spent a part of ly purchased from the town of last' week at the home of R. B. Brodhead and J. H. Oweus. J. Brown-- . Mrs. C. M. Nelson is EL. Williams has the. work in here from Woodrow, Fla., for a charge and is a first-clas- s carpenshort visit. Mrs. J. G. Thompson ter. Our Livingtton friend seems continues very ' sick. Mr. John to be afrsid to express himself Burnett of Walnut Grove spent fully upon the political situation Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. just 'now for fear that "we will W. H. Brown. find out which side of the fence he is on." Now that is no secret DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT to us, and we realise that he will HELP RHEUMATISM? be one among the many who will Ask the man who uses it, he go up Salt river with Woodrow AM-ExneTwo-Da- ys knows. "To think I suffered all next November. However, if we these wheo one 25c bottle of were of the same political fai'h as Railroad fere $4.35. Board at hotel including the routes inihe cave for $5 50. Koud trip our Livingston friend we would Sloan's Liniment cured me," writes one grateful user. If you tickets on sale for morning trains at all way stations. See L, & N. Agent. be just like him, ashamed to con have Rheumatism or suffer from fess it Mr. and Mrs Robert Backache, Soieness n nf .. ill marnlin mo Ul UU1 IUWI1 Will ue ting up removing more than half Burton, of Cincinnati, are with Neuralgia, and stiffness, dont put off get. better merchants and not envy the of the upper hp and most two-thir- relatives here this week. R. H. ting a bottle of Sloan's. It will fellow merchant, but endeavor to of the lower lip, not even Hicks has begun the erection of give you such welcome relief. It conduct a business, not to the det- leaving the thin covering of the a store building on the lot where warms and soothes the sore, stiff painful places and you feel so On Thursday attemoon of last riment of the other fellow, having bone. The object of the operation J. Thos. Cherry sold goods many much better. Buy it at any Daug solely in view a better business is to grow new flesh where disease years. Mr. Hicks will stock this creek the directors of the Brod- Store, only 25 cents. destroyed the original. We cer building when complete with a dis center, better town and better head Fair Association, after business matters relative lzens- - Boost Brodhead is the tainly hope the operation will be a full line of general merchandise. word.-- A. M. Hiatt and successful one. Dr. Carter is to J. L. Hill, of Louisville, was to the interest of the Pair, organ- - Wa,tch John Robins, representing the return with Mrs. Carter today. here Wednesday teaching Hiatt ized a Commercial Club, with A. ., wmpaujr, Born to the wife of M. A. Stevens and Robins how to drive the Messrs W. T. Davis, J. B. Cum """ "'"'" PrpK detlt:T.G. .f nth. R" Alhriallt were in Louisvillp Mnndnv nnrl last week, a baby girl. Mrs. J.M. Grant-Six- . Mr. Hill is with the mins and Son Koy were in this Vice President, A, M Hiatt, Sec agency con- Roberts and little daughter, Ollie Paige Motor Sales Co., of Louis- - section Sunday. Rev. Huggins tetary Treasurer. The organiza- luesaay, closing the tract for the Grant Six automo- Florence, were the guests of her vile. filled his regular appointment at tion will be completed tonight bile. Iheian ODen meeting is to be agencv I'hey have the exclusive sister, Mrs. L B. Hilton, at Stan- 1915. STATE OF KENTUCKY. Poplar Grove Saturday and Sun for Rockcastle. Lincoln, ford, from Thursday of last week day. Dr. W. E. McWilliame was leld, to which every business man County of Rociccastle Population. called to Casey County Monday, Garrard, Maduon and Laurel Coun uutil the first of this week. O. C. id those interested in the up- 492 ties. This is a six cylinder motor Wilmott, of Byington, Tenn., was Total births to see a Mr. Owens who has dropsy. rild of the town and community Total deaths 136 car of extraordinary power and a here over Sunday looking after Dock seems to have a pretty i most cordially invited. At the Birth rate per 1000 popularge territory. Farmers are The weight some business matters here. st meeting the secretary was great lation 31.6 very busy plowing corn and pre .t k i. ..:.n j lqtruciea w exueuu an wviwuuu of this car is 23oo pounds and sells Miss Mae Cummins was visiting Death rate per 1000 popu- paring for wheat and hay harvest tebvery member of the Rockcas-tlfeisca- l for $825.00 F. O. B. factory. Fin-le- friends in Crab Orchard and LinlStlOD 0. which will soon be here. Miss Ohio. The Rev. H. T. Young coln county last week. Born to Court, with the editor Thompson who has been clerking DEATHS BY AGES. ofut. Vernon Signal and James was here from Mt. Vernon dur- the wife of Edd Sturgeon last 1 year and under 28 for W. J. Brown has secured a Mtet, the original Booneway ing the week making a hand week, a fine baby girl. Mrs. J R. 1 to 5 years 18 school in the Wildie section. ma. to oe guests oi our v.uimuci- - between the plow handles, and Cass, and son, Master Willie, ac65 years and over Mrs. Docia Smith sold two 36 Nub on Thursday the 22 in judging from the class of work he companied Mrs. Sarah Purcell to was doing this is not his first the home of her daughter, Mrs. PREVENTABLE DISEASE DEATHS. calves to W. J. Brown this week. stal for an automooue trip uver J. W. Norton, better known as and experience. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. George Hardin, in Louisville, last Tuberculosis of the lungs .... 2D don of the Boone-VVa- y, Lamar, and daughter, Miss Ida" Friday, where she will speud the Other tuberculosis 2 Buddie, gave the boys and girls a tbH jh the Counties of Lincoln, Singning at his home last Satur-ja- y Garlrd, Boyle and probably of St. Louis, arrived Monday summer. Mrs. Cass returned to night., There was a large at12 )unties The free use of night and are with their sister, Junction City, Thursday, where tendance and everybody reported 3 us from this place has been Mrs. J. F. Watson. Mr. Lamar she will visit her sister, Mrs. H.L Whooping Cough Diphtheria croup left Wednesday for Louisville, Tharp, before returning home 4 a good time. J. A. Proctor has the Club, which will pro- 0 sold his larm at Quail to W. J. State Department of Educa- Scarlet fever . . . . . . lple transportation for the and will return to his home today, Majors of Bandy. Mr. Majors than, tuber the drivers and a few where he holds the position of tion last week granted to Professor Meningitis other will continue to sail goods at the ' 1 same stand; Mr. Proctor says he ,cular frienM Ye realize that Brodhead Special agent for the Souther I. L. Pilkenton a life certificate, Rail Road Co. 1 will Leave tor Flordia soon. Mr. having beeu actively engaged 'Measles ...0 he je coWiderabl v behind the times in Mrs. W. F. Carter, who under- in school work for twenty years Typhoid fever 6 Proctor Is a good and we regret theocganization of a Commercial very much to have him go but we Diarrhoea-enteriti(under 2 Ulubmd it feels the lack that went a very successful operation and having during this period a hoper the change will prove a perfirst-clascertificate. Mr PilwouMpave, or should have been at the Norton Infirmary less thap, fect success to both Mr- - Proctor three weeks ago, will reach home kenton is very proud of this honor, Diarrhoea - enteritis (over 2 wide-awa- ke and Mr, Majors. Mrs. Mary P. derives from a l eal years) 3 Cummins who has bfien sick is Commercial Club. What we pro today. Dr Carter left for Louis- while it confers upon him "no 0 improving O. .G. Herrin pose toldo now is, to make up for ville early Thursday, talcing with benefit, it gives him the distinc-tion-- H.ookworm disease visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J 1? Influenza (la grippe) ....?-- . son of John H. Ward for an being among the few tfiac tbeUoiltime which might have him a Brown Sunday. 3 beeinsptetit profitable along this operation, seemingly very difficult has been in the harness actively Puerperal septicemia CANCER AND VIOLENCE. 1ine.ra&l?to kiive no stone un to those of us who are not doctors for twenty years. Mr. Pilkenton or'su'rgeons The boy had a se- Reserves many such honors fprlncer I bont,"a get toturned vere attack of typhoid last winter his successful teaching, managing Violence that we have . far Imfkntt and Children, g ether i.. .z. - pro- - androm.Hvhfch it was'tndugkt for and untiring efforts in school Pellagra 0 IWKMYniHift Always BMglit long, we been th business of thp a' long tUme 'he could 'not recover, work. The right man in school These figures are preliminary pose te TfcigherAplane, 'and long and dnrifigthis tHiftr6ublede work. Mj. and Mrs. Byron an'd subject to change by reason -- w."l.' OT ., Xr,A- - yylown ori Signatory o veloped in. his lip, g&tigrene set- - Owens are with relatives here this of delayed and imperfect returns. to see 1 11 ltem when the good I ""' iT Sutton q & WIcBee The Clothe aft Store Rev. W. V. Anderson ot Pulas-k- i preached two very interesting sermons at Friendship, the first Saturday night and Sunday in this month and will also hold services here the first in next month. Bro. Anderson is a very able speaker, and they made a very wise selection when they chose him for their pastor. Miss Ola Debord was in Mt. Vernon Monday. Miss Zelma and Anna Brown were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Anderson at Walnut Grove Saturday night and Sunday.--M- r and Mrs. W. E. Beaty of Irvine and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hatcher of Corbin, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hatcher and their mother here. Mrs. Sallie Gentry spent last Thursday night with her daughter Mary C. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sowder. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brown and children spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Major at Bandy. - Mrs. Chas. Hurst is here from Indianapolis for a two weeks visit with relatives and friends. Miss Mary Jones has returned from Berea for summer vacation. Mrs R. B. Saylor-habeen very sick for the past week. R. L. Brown came up from Somerset last Sunday and spent the day with his .mother, Mrs. J. N. Brown. Miss Ola and Kate DeBord spent last week with friends and relatives at Elrod, Mr. Frank Jones was in Livingston the latter part of last weet. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hasty and pretty little daughter of Ottawa spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hasty, and attend ed meeting at Poplar Grove. Mr. s Until you've tried it, you have no idea how a coat pr two of Hanna's Green Seal Paint will beautify and preserve your property. It makes everything look bright and new. It spreads smoothly, covers all surface defects and dries with a glossy finish that wears through all kinds of weather. for 27 years. It has given good results J. B. NOE. Mt. Vernon, jC Colors Sold by k Kv. THE UNIVERSAL CAR. Let the other fellow experiment. You want to know what your prospecthe car will do. The record of Ford cars in the service of more than a million owners is the best evideuce of Ford reliability, economy in operation and handling. Average two cents per mile for operation and maintenance. Touring Car S440 ; Kunalumt $390 sim-plicity"m Coupe1e Sedan Phone C4 740, f.o.b. Detroit, MT. VESPiON, KY. t 590 ; To w 11 Car $640 MAMMOTH CAVE From MT. VERNON June 27th l3 BRYANT BROS, Agents $9.85 for an nse Trip y BreellaesLd- ds I cit-cussin- g I Willeliilel DRUGS PURE & FRESH Your Prescriptions ienced man. I by ann experWe want your business jjfilled -- Don't forget to ask us about our 9 hill-clim- ber. -- :.-...- . Kodaks.. y, 1 "ffitiLA 3KvB) Mt. Vernon, Ky. ft nn MKS lc R.H.MILLER, Druggist Kiurfees Carriage Paint Kurfees Furniture Polish Will make your furniture shine like new. It cleans and polishes at one operation any and all kinds of FURNITURE, HARDWOOD FLOORS and INTERIOR WOODWORK. Pneumonia-Broncho-Pneumon- ia -The ". -- s all dirt and dust, leaving a superb polish to the not gum or remain sticky. Easily applied with a cloth. will It thoroughly snrface removes s It Dositivelv and-faniil- v of PIONEER A very small investment in the KURFEBS CARRIAGE PAINT will make the old vehicle look good as new. This paint iB made of the highest grade of KAURI GUM COACH VARNISH and PURE COLORS and in all the popular buggy colors. It is easily applied, dries quickly with a high gloss finish. m CaM ad aee the .caters. . CASTOR A t.t DRUGSTORE CHAS. L. 'Phone 8 t . r. 4 I V I Wop, -- w &.Z$ " t!- - i. ir A" - tei J V ' Ktf -- JIT..VERNON SIGNAL ernment is being discussed and Winchester may adopt the plan. There are only iwo White Bronze (zinc) monument" Winchester cemetery. One, about 12 teet high, was erected bv the They don't show Odd Fellows. up so well as stone. The county 'force" has moved its crusher plant and crew to the Paris pike, over which BooneWay will be routed out of Winchester. The Boonesboro pike is in fine condition. The writer has spent some pleasant moments in connection with Lucien Beckner. editor of the Mr Clark County Republican. Beckner is a veritable walking encyclopedia of histoiical data, facts and figures, especially on the earlyv history of Kentucky. He has been quite a traveler too, hav ing visited, among other portions of the globe, Cuba, SouthAmerica, Europe and Palestine, India, in.-th'- C03IMSSI0NER'S SALE. BANK REPORT .- - BANK REPORT. t ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Report of the condition of Tho , Report of ihe condition of The . . Plaintiff, Bank of Mt. Vernon, doing busi- Peoples Bank, doing business at C. C. Williams, Friday, June 16,' 1916 Vs: Commissioner's Sale. ness at the town of Mt. v'ernon. the town of Mt.' Vernon, tJounty Defendant. Lonnie Brown, County of Rockcastle, State of of Rockcastle, State ot Kentucky, Published every Ft iday by irtue of a judgment and order of 1J3 Kentucky, at the close of busi at the close of business on first EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, day of June, 1916: n'Hdpred at the April term, 1916, there ness on first day of June, 1916: RESOURCES RESOURCKS of in the alove cnuse, I shall proceed to $I.O OBSCRIPTION ONI? YRA.R 89,536 74 otfer for sale at the court house door in Loans and Discounts $ 106,637,12 Loans and Discounts Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and Overdrafts, secured Overdrafts, secured Advertising rates maae know on best bidder, at public auction, on Mon650.71 and unsecured. ... and unsecured... 477-4day June 26, 1916, being regular Counapplication 37,o62.9i from Banks . . 24.U62 63 Due ty Court day, betweesthe hours of 11 a. Due from Banks 4,411.21 Cash on hand 4.990.47 Cah on hand and 3. p.m. upon a credit of six Banking house, fur months, the following described prop- Banking House, FurOF MEMBER erty!: to- - wit: KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 7,0oo.oo niture and fixtures 1,670.25 niture A one- - fift.li undivided interest in a Other Real f&mt' 1,693 13 Current Expenses.. . 7i0.42 Estate.. tract of land lacated in Rockcastle Co., 5&a3?& Other Assets not in Ky., near what is known as the Alvah $ i4o, 354.7O Total eluded under any of Maret place, and bounded as follows. On the North by the lands of Alvah above heads, ExpenCapital Stock paid in, Marct, decrased; on the East and South ses & Taxes paid 1 ,408.60 20,000.00 in cash by the lands of Mose MeNew, and on the West by the lands of John Coffee, Surplus Fund 3,10000 Total $ 139,957.07 and containing loo acres, more rr less The Democratic National Con 1.985 21 Undivided Profits... LIABILITIES Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum vention in session at St. Louis, Deposits .subject to of $16.00 with six per cent, interest Capital Stock paid in, last right named Wood row Wilson check 115,26949 from tee 27th day of December, 1912, in cash 15.000 00 as the nominee for president. until paid, and the cost of this action Surplus Fund '. 6,500 CO He was Vice, president Marshall will be umna Japan, Hawaii. Total For the purchase price the purchaser Undivided 140,354 70 Profits. 2,465.01 ( named as his running mate. The much pleased with the look of the must execute bond, with approved surI . State or" Kentucky, JStf Louis convention has been one writer's newspaper files which in ety, bearing legal interest fiom day of Deposits subject to County ol Rockcastle, check 115,992 06 big love feast and victory at the elude all the principal nations of sale until paid, and having the force We, U. G. Baker and F. L. and effect of a judgment Bidder will polls in November f r the man the world. Thompson Jr., president and cashwith these $ 39.957-oTotal The writer is just in receipt of be prepared to comply Griffiin, terms who stands for America and ier ot the above named Bant, dc G S. j State of Kentucky, first, last and all the some excellent history of Daniel Master Commissioner, :AniPricans Setsolemnly swear that the above j County of Rockcastle, time,, looks now to be a certainty. Boone's life in north-westerRockcastle Circuit Court. We Jonas McKenzie and W. L. statement is true to the beat of Washington. Lincoln, Wil.son trio Virginia in 17S4, f.irnislied by Mr our knowledge and belief. 1 9 Children Cry. for Fletcher's 111 K and-Fixtur- es The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in nse for over SO years, has borne the signature of - and has Dcen maae under his per-rSsonal supervision since its infancy. J7- 7&Cc4u4C. Allow no one to deceive you in this. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and'f endanger the health of Experiments that triflo with and Infants and. Children Experience against Experiment. tfJust-as-good" .... liabilities Oil, PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlier Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feveri&hncss. For moro than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor is a harmless - GENUINE CASTORIA 'Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 7 n illustrious. Caswell Richard Sau f ley was instantly killed when .his hydroaeroplane fell with him at PensacJa, Fla., last Friday. 'All Kentucky was proud of him, because of his splendid record, and the whole state mourns his untimely death. Though young, but brilliant and fearless, he had rapidly forged 10 the iron! as one of'UiK-lSam'i best and most useful men, and in his death the nation has sustained a gteat loss, ,aad the aviation service one of its . greatest aviators and instructors. e i W. E. D. Stokes of New York and Lieutenant owner of Patchen Wilkes Farm, near Lexington. Mr. Stokes also furnished photographs of a big stone house built in Virginia by Boone and companion named Miller. WILL MY CHILD TAKE Dr. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY? This best answer is Dr. King's new discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet syrup, easy to 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 best friends. Besides every bot tle 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. " r OUK BOONE WAY MAN In By Winchester Jamks Marct. t. The' writer saw Beach Hariris and his mother one day last week ' as they boarded the train for Jack- snrif their old hdme where they will spend a few days and proba bly' return to Winchester to re- r.t sidefor a time at least. . On West Broadway is a Ply- t;inouth Rock rooster, owned by a darkey. This barn yard iowl is to the 'ull partner aud a English sparrow-familHe carries bread 'and tid-biinto the streets, arid chicks like alien to call t hes'parrows to come and take a meaK-Th- e writer saw the game ,a few days since. SiJ .,thru 'Mr.' Ar I."" the man wilh the .shortest u'aine is not a citi7.cn of Winchester, but of Hawaii. ; Lucien Becknr, editor of the Winchester Republican, showed the writer a much valued copy of the Vicksburg (Miss ) Daily Citizen, published on' July 2, 1863, which was printed on the reverse sfde ot wall paper. The paper was of four colums and only one page. The larger portion of the type 'had been set up by the owner's pf inter but it appears the is sue was gotten out by the who captured the city about that time. Mr. Beckner keeps this souvenir locked in his safe. Now, some paragrapher will be inquiring, "What use has an editor for a safe, big or little?" it is said the men folks oyer here, snooze until the breakfas't . bell rings. No kindling to cut, no coal'to bring in, or ashes to carry out, or tires to make. The good wife simply turns a valve on the gas stove and the 'fire is made and hubby is allowed to snore till the meal is cooked. I wish Hived in Winchester; though I am afraid I would get lazy or even lazier than I am already. Blue-gras- s is at Its height this week. Hundreds of machines are. busy. Clark . couMyhas .the only manufactory of harvesting machines that strips blue-gras- s seed.. There is a hand stripper that might be compared to the reap hook along a self binder. Many peopl" from the city, including boys, go to the country daily wjtb hand strippers and rewith sacks of ctum at even-tid- e $eed for which they, find a ready sale at 50 cents per Among other farm products . ai The Winchester Courier is oub fishing a series of pictures ot scenes along Boone Way between Mt. Vernon and Boone Park, N.C. There are many papers in the clerk's offices here dating back to the dajs of Boone. There are suits in which the Affidavits of the old pioneer are in evidence. The Clark County clerk's office is quite an extensive affair requirCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. ing the work of three men to keep things moving. Among the fix ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT tures in addition to a type writer Loulishia Roberts, Guard-- , ian of Gertrude. Gcebel Plaintiff, are two book recording type and Nathan Roberts, writers and much other para Vs: phernaha for the transaction of Loutishia Roberts Guard- - . ian, Gertrude, Goebel j Defendants, the immense business done. The Baptist Sunday school will and Nathan Roberts, ' take an excursion to Natural Bridge about June 22nd. The Christian Sunday school will take theirs of 2Sth to Cincinnati, and the Zoo. All the pupils unable to pay their way will be taken care ol by the organization. The other Sunday schools will have various y. ts dates for outings. The railroad is double tracked aid of Lillian Price, shoved him between Winchester and Cincin property, A undivided interest in two against the window, This the nati. tracts of land located in Rockcastle Co., Winchester has a sewerage Ky. and bounded and de&cribed as fol- Price woman denies. The man crashed through and fell to the allows: system. 1st tract: Beginning at J H ley below. Thomas lay in the alThe county loice of road workand Win. Y. Tones' corner, a ley until 5 o'clock Tuesday morners have completed their task on white oak; thence east to a white ing, when he was discovered unLexington road and moved Tues oak and beech: thence north to a day to the Paris pike just out of stake, John R. Durham's corner; conscious by Patrolman A'Hearn, thence easi to the branch; thence who, believing the man to be the city, where the writer will soatheast to a stake, southeast of drunk, took hira to jail. He was spend .some of his time during the J R. Durham's corner; thence attended by the jail physician, who summer. A construction comsouth to a white oak; thence southpany is at work on a mile and a after an examination, found the west to a beach at the branch, Jno. half on Lexington pike which they R. Durham's corner; thence with man had a fracture of the skull will complete within next twenty the meanders of the branch to E and three broken ribs. He died Cox's corner; thence west to Wm. before he could be sent to the hosda vs. Y. Jones corner, on a little water pital. The proposed Booneway trip oak; thence southwest toa chestnut of the Brodhead Commercial Club The clew that led to the arrest thence north to a white oak; thence should prove a success. Mt. VerOf the Hilton woman was obtained Northwest to the beinning, contain non should join in and boost it ing 60 acres, more or less. after an investigation by Coroner advertising the Fair on the outing. 2nd tract. Lying on the waters ihuican and his deputy, William of Negro Creek and bounded as fol ivammerer, wno learnea trora a lows: Beginning on a white oak son of the dead man where his in Robert's field; thence a straight Kentucky hair Dates line to a white oak in Woodall and father had gone Monday night. Robert's line, thence a straight The boy claimed that his father For 1916. line down the hill to the head of had $40 when he left the house. drain; thence down the bank of This was not found. .Both woColumbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, said drain on the west "side to men denied seeing any money in 5. Aug. stone in Clell Smith's line, near the The county road; thence with said line possession of the negro. Lawrenceburg Fair Ass'n., Hilton woman was arrested at her to a white oak corner: thence Aug. 15-straight line to the beginning, con home by Lieut. Callahan vaud New Perryville Fair., Perry-ville- , taining five acres, more or less. Detectives Yourell and St. Claire. Aug. rr. For the purchase pries the purchaser Both women are charged wilh Danville Fair, Danville, Aug. must execute bond, villi approved surmurder. Courier Journal.-4. ety, bearing legal interest form the Dick was a porter and work- d Bullit Co. Fair, Shepherdsville, day of sale until paid and having the for James Mareb at depot for force and effect of a judgment. Bddd Aug.l5-i- 8. ers will be prepared to comply prompt-- some years. K. of P. Fair, Nicholasville, to-wi- By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the April term thereof, 1916. in the abore cause I shall proceed to banu, According to the Hilton woman offer for sale at the court house door in A woman on lifes way; Mt. Vernon. Ky., to the highest and a fight took place in her room And in the hearts ol men awake best bidder, at public auction on, shortly before midnight Monday, A sense of Justice for her sake, Monday June 26th, 1916, being the negro attacked her and And if I wrongly ask again, first day of a regular term of the Rock when the castle County Cout, between the hours threatened her life. In Lord, God, I pray forgive, of 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. upon a credit of she said she struck him But mark the man as thou didst six month, the following described with a stove lifter and, with the Cain, self-defensself-de-tense, U G. Baker, Pres. of the above named Bank, do solF. L Thompson Jr., Cash emnly swear that the above stateSubscribed and sworn to before ment is true to the best of our me this thirteenth day of Tune knowledge and belief-Jona- s McKenzie Pres. 19I5. My commission expires Feb. 24 W. L. Richards Cash. Subscribed and sworn to before i918. E. S. Albright, me this fifth day of June, i9t6. Notary Public. My Commission expires February 24, i9i8. The WAGES Of SIN Is DEATH E. S. Albright, By C. VV. Poole. Notary Public. She sins her sin but not alone, Another sinned with her that day The mystery attending t he And yet for ages men have known She must the full price pay death of Richard Thomas, a negro employed by the Southern Mo- She bears the curse of sin while he tors Company, who was found in To blight another life goes free. an alley in the rear of 553 South She sins her sin of scarlet hue, Third street Tuesday morning She bears his guilt and shame. suffering from injuries from She who was once like morning which he died at the county jail, dew; was cleared yesterday afternoon Can never right her name; when Miss Annie "Hilton, a white And he goes forth to call her fool, woraau, living at the Third-stree- t Who just to please him was his tool. address, confessed to Chief of Po- O, God, make bare thy mighty arm. lice Lindsey to having struck the Let Justice reign one day. man with a stove lifter in And smite the man who dares to Richards, president and cashier 2L&tfffl& In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VORK CITY. - ti - inrx '? AiApy i ij- yy w "? i2lt The Man With Million A Hi Needs a'cleanjbank, a strong bank, a the man with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind. The Peoples is seeking your business and is pared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIME pre- DEPOSITS Peoples Bank HUBS; JLP-CKHD- - t: one-ha- lf Unfit with men to live; Give him a mark that all may know juugle beast where he may go. The mm Hi g oo--o mBM Jar-rett- 's M. G. Kirby was in Mt. Vernon on business last Monday. Mrs. J. K. McKinney, of Pt'laski coun ty, visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKinney, Saturday and SunMrs. Sarah Kirby and day. daughters, Misses Martha and Fannie, spent Sunday with H. C. Mrs. Nora Kirby and family. McKinney and children, and Mrs. James Bartan and child reu, spent Sunday at the home of Miss Cora Kincer. Misses Hester and Minnie Cromer, of near Hopewell, spent last Saturday and Sunday Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by thf 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 recommendations. x I YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, Mt-Verno- The Bank of n ? ftl 22-2- Law-rencebur- g, 18. with their gtand father, Jonas Pitman, near Level Green W. H. Graves and family, and lrvin Bullock and family, were the guests ot W. A, McKinney last eh Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Price ot Wabd, were the guests of Mr. MT. VERNON, KY. 11ooo m I&2 j 9-- 2-- seed-strippin- g 'handled in "Hello Jo" Oliver's .grocery are nome .grown straw- berries. Tlie writer weighed the jumbo-size- d berries: ol and a nuraber'"of 'them weighed one ounce each or' sixteen to the 1 poundA The hmission form ,of gov- - Henry Catron sold to Will 5. Poynter a mare and Peavine colt K. of P. Fair, Stanford. Aug. for $ 200. To J. M. Cress "he so'd 5. 14 180- - pounds hogs at 8 cents. Berea Fair, Berea, Aug.' 4. R. L. Smith, of Rockcastle, was MT. VERNON FAIR Ass'n., here at court Monday., He told the Mt. Vernon, Aug. 9- -1 1. B"odhead Fair Ass'n., Brod I J., that he had recentl" sold to Fisher Gains of the Preacherville head, Aug. 8. Wayne Co. Fair. Monticello, section 10 short yearlings for $295 J. B. Livesay, of Rockcastle was Sept 8. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, here at court yesterday. He carried back a magnificent Hereford Sept. 6. bull for which he paid f. A. Rob inson ol the Danville pike $ too The anin'al is only i3months old ATTORNFY-AT-LAbut is big euongh or ymmediaie MT. VERNON. KY. nJ"OFFICE. - On 2cd. floorf service. InteribVJtfhrnal. The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special attention given FOR FLETCHER'S to collections. 22-223-22-16-15-- Aug. 29-- 31 Knox Co. Fair, Barbourville, Aug. . 1. Laurel Co. Fair, London, Aug. 30-Se- pt. wnn tnese terms G. S, Griffiin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. n-1- "C. Williams, W, Cliildreir Cry Phone No. 80. CASTORIA and Mrs. Wade Norton, Saturday night and Sunday. Dock Norton, of near Pongo, bought of W. M. Bullock, a mowing machine and hay rake. J. C. Giaves is slowly improving. Uncle Logan be out again. McKinney is able to Mrs. M. G. Kirby has been There is more Catarrh in this worse for a few days. section of the conntry than all other diseases put together, and BAD TO H AVF A . OOJD for years it was supposed to be in HANG' ON. curable. Doctors prescribed local Don't let your cold hang on, emedies,and by c onstantly, failing your svstem and become to cure with local treatment, pro- - rack nounced'it incurable. Oatarrd is chronic when Dr. Bell's Pine" Tar a local disease, greatly influenced Honey will vou. It heals inflamby constitutional conditions and mation, .soothes the cought and therefore requires constitutional loosens the phlegm. You breathe easier at once Dr. Bell's Pine treatment Hajl's Catarrh Cure, manubactured by F. J. Cheney & Tar Honey is a laxative Tar Syrup Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitu- the pine tar balsam heals the raw tional remedy, is takeu internally spots, loosens the mucous and the Blood on the prevents 'irritation of the bronand acts-thrMucous Surfaces of the System. chial tubes. Just get a bottle of One Hundred Dollars reward for Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey to help you. At any casejthat Hall's Catarrh Cure " druggists.' fails to qnre, Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO:, Toledo, FOR FLETCHERS Ohio. S'old bv Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills lor constipation u to-da- y, Land Sale for Taxes, 191 5. Ka&3s33C & I, or one ot my deputies, will offer for sale at the front door of. & MT. VERNON, KYJ the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, & June znth., the followinsr tracts of i A Pron tRooms over Baker' tore c7 'xt. Phone 49-land, for taxes due County and T- v S. Dentist State: No. 1. TO THE PUBLIC Swenney, Mrs.W.M. 43 acres 2.01 "reave been using mamber-latn- 's for indigetion for the past No. 2. $ix months, and it afbrds me Laswell. W. D., town lot" for 1913 ane 1915 39 43 pleasure to say 1 have rJver used Sowder, R. E., town lot 5.99 remedy that did me so much, C E. Ri'ey, Mio. Smith, J. H., town lot 1914 5.70 good."--MrThompsonJ.E., to'n l't 1914 12.28 N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets ara obtainable everywhere. No 7. -s. Centers, Wm. Clark, G. W. Durham, Nute, Tyree, W. A., , - 10 acres 81 acres 50 acres ' No. 10. $3 69 6.71. 4.59 J.C-MeCLAR- Y 6.98 town lot Cam.MdllinS S. R C. -- SERVICES AT Tfi(5 CHKST-' IAJJ CHURCH FOajSJItfBAf Children Crv $Wfy k Spnoo1 9; q, JASTORI4 CliJ5ndeavor7:od'p.tn. Prea.cklfkg service 8:6a p m. PrcWg service Wtmm mi:(IIHUB STANFORD, :aPv& t i ST- - - VkRISION n "Ky June 16.-- v. - x& !& 1916 (, 7 W4aitiiitiiiiiitiiittiiitiiiiiiiitiitiif9ciciiiiiiiiieiiiiiittii:iicii ttittttooi ............. .... ...... ........ ................. a............ .... .............. . 79 onte-wlt- h wn to COmrnunl- SftiNAL ' '' Louisvillc & It s ill " ...-- . Nashville R R.Co. T ME TABIJE. 24 23 You can buy a mule for $50 or you can buy one for $200, . uortn nortn south I as. 5.I0 p m .V. Jii South 3:56 a m n:44 a to 12:13 a m Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pop,fice mail matter. as tifccond-cias- s PERSONAL John Landrum was in Pittsburg Sunday. Aubrey Martin is in Harlan J. i I where he has a position. Prof. J L.Pilkentcn was up from B rod head Tuesday. S::::: wLosedSvWtjch V SUITS Vt Virgil Mullins and Charles L. tt... Davis spent Sunday in Loudon Mrs R H Miller was in Paris part of the week visiting friends. A.' M. Hlatt, the Brodhead Miss Onie Silvers is assistant banker is now.ridiug in a Grant post master now. six. s Mi. and Mrs. W. H. Kruger of Withers has a few left Monday for Virginia to visit been on, the .sick Jist for Mrs. Kruger's parents, near Nordavs. ton Russel Proctor was in IndianAtty. C. R. Brock stopped lor a apolis and Louisville, during the few hours Monday on his return week. Cecil Owens of ttie Orlahdo sec- to Denver. He was accompanied tion has gone to Hamilton 0. to by his father D R. Brock, who went on into Louisville, with him- work. rr- - - "rrt --: P. M. RashAvas in from ad says Le is Inf--' Star brandLOCAL shoes are leather proving. Fred-MullinV-, Hope-WelL"Saturday -- Our line of CLOTHING, SHOES and FURNISHINGS for Men, Young Men and Boys is by long odd's the best . in this community You can rest assured that whatever you buy at FISH'S is the best that can be found Come In and See the New Styles We Give Booster Tickets jf mkM tf. v fflTssw A x ... !DS v Tt fa ra MAIL ORDERS Try one of our a" illAiWSl1if 'V!,. X 3(ix wSK, t v "itV-filled promptly xi FISH'S $15 TJiJ J txffl$&8L -- ::: "fs l SPECIAL ft 1M$M$:FW 12 and we pay 'fr'm j(' kVWtWZkg.' I Summer Suits rsv&''zrx3X!?X!&SS0 PARCEL POST ''''lfJTmfaLyMK3 r 3?V ::::; KSMnW 4 We Guaiantee Them .- - . , Srv i 1 Wf-r- . & ''""""'"'ecattiaaaaaitcaasaiaa Better be safe than sorry-- it - 'i I Mhl '- - Q.-u.ali- tr PRICE NEVER MADE ANYTHING CHEAP the price you pay, but the mule you get that counts. That Couxits -- i . ....... .... - .. - .. 5 5 - 11 rrrrrT; SVV Z WW " - - It isn't - ". H A I I s il t yi '- i vf'Lftv-- r anywhere Satisfactory. THE QUALITV STORE 'sSHMBBMSffi'' - rS3BiJ BgKF tr : buy at Fish's and know its rij ;ht. One week from to morrow is Mr. H.M. Randolph of Elrod English style low wasja visitor in our village again orices Fish's. Sunday- Albert Hasty was in BOOSTER DAY in Mt.Mernon. Mr. Harry Gregory of London and Miss Flora Noaks were married yesterday at tho honijj of the bride, Rev. Young officiated. Saturday, June 24th, one week from tomorrow is BOOS.rg DAY in.jMt. Vernon. Bring your tickets ;in that day. Next one wis Ju'y, 22. A. Landrum and childvisiting relatives in Pittsren are J burg this week. Prof. J. S Irvine has accepted the principalship of the Livingston Graded School. Miss Ruth Mullins and Rev. J. F. Lunsford have entered E. K. S. N. at Richmond. Miss Mary Catherine Baugh ot London is visaing her cousin Mi'ss Dorothy Albright for r few days. D. Vaught has sold his stock oP eroceries to D. C Price who has moved them to his building orr West Main. Mrs E.S Albright and daughters Dorothy aud Lucille returned "from London Sunday after 'few davs visit, t Mrs.W. E. Beatty of Richmond has been with her mother Mrs. R. B Hatcher at Level Green for a few weeks. Mrs. Henry Catron of Lincoln County was here this week "to attend the funeral of her niece, Miss-ann-- McCorraack mowing machine, good as new. Will Dave Hysingersold to Asher sell on time. Cummins one side of meat 84 Address, R. B. Mullius, pounds which brought $'t2 60 Richmond, Kv. The Board of trustees of the SAi.E:-0- ne red Cow, nine Graded School will meet to.mor For years old, giving plenty of milk. row to select a principal. s It is a Will sell on time. case ol " peaceful waiting?1 , . at ne . Fish's. For 3Ai.E:-O- -- - , -- -. - Wanted:- - Twenty five rock Richmond, Ky, t men at Avoca, Monday June 19th We suggest that automobile Will guarantee 8 1.00 per day and speeding down Main be stopped board Free transportation. by our city officers. It is better Apply at once, at office of, to stop it before some serious ac W. J. Sparks Co. cident occurs than to wait till after We desire to thank those friends it happens. and neighbors who were so kind The man who can not successto us during the illness of our fully manage his own affairs, dear son and brother Georsre. should not be expected to manage You did everythig that could have other peoples business. This fact been done and we appreciate it; the majority of people nevec con Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Proctor sider until it is always too late. " and children?" " ft. Herman Rosenthal, advertising manager for Sears, Roebuck &Co., ored- oyer to Stanford Sunday Grand Warden last Fridav even- in the course of an address before and spent the day with Mr. and ing at the OJd Fellow's Banquet the AdClub Convention made the by. Mr. George W. Smith Jr., of following statement: "We have Mrs. C. H. Mullins. Lancaster-- , District Deputy for a bureau whos'e duty is to read Logan Bryant the Ford agent Kentucky, and Rev. C. E. Wyatt, each week the county newspapers went to Louisville Wednesday and of Carrollton, toastmasten-Althfrom all over the'eountry. The"re "brougut back a new car tor R H Mr. Lyne was completely is not a paper of any consequence Hamm the Brodhead merchent. by surprise, it was a most in our trade territory we don't get. Logan is Retting the county very takrn deserved compliment Mr. Lyne The bpreau looks over all these WCil Quyputvu wiiiu I'uius, turn has served as Noble Grand, iChap' papers, and when we find a toWn. makes six cars in the last few lain of tlie Odd, Fellow's Lodge where the merchants do not ad ' weeks. and its present treasurer. He is in the local paper we imIMr, and Mrs Meshac Gentry, of serving his term of Worthy Pat- vertise mediately flood that territory with Avoca; Jim and Clay Gentry, of' ron of the " Eastern Star". v onr literature. It always brings East J. T. Gentry, of Judging irom his past work the results far in excess of the same Lebanon Junction, and John Grand Lodge will be maklug no effort put forth in territory whe,re Gentry, of Hamilton, were called mistake In electing him Warden?" the local merchants use thejr local home Sunday on account of the Interior Journal. papers." The above, speaks' lor serious illness of their mother. . Mr. Lyne came to Mt. Vernorf itseit. ic only proves jiBat.fivecy sunerea a nine years ago and helped insti five "business man lenows rthatP' jfc ; Mrs. . 1? j-- 1. ,JT. . . '"I tf sftkotpopiexyastTaay aud tute and. put to work Udd. teuWs:;jys jjtp advertise.. 5?;he,business bjtweqy?6ur treton? 4t-- was a Lodge. He is an enthusiasticOoW tHa6sn'5t'b'ear advertislng.is not o St-Louit?-tiuent- Ihaac Murray, aged about eighty who came to this county a few months ago to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Decatur Duck, near Pongo, died last Fri. French. day. He was from Madisou Coun Master Buck Durham enter- ty, N. .C. and was a Confederate tained a number of his little soldier during theCival war. friends last Saturday, being his CARD OP THAINKS. fifth birthday. We deeply appreciate the kind Little Katherine Oldham celness shown us, during the illness ebrated her fifth birthday last of our loving daughter and sister week, having as guests a number Fanny, b our friends and of her little friends. neighbors. Misses Exie Eastham and Selby W. T. French and children. Payne, two popular and attractThe W. M. U of Rockcastle ive young ladies of the west side, held an all day meeting at the were among the visitors in town the Baptist church yesterday. A yesterday. Splendid program was carried out Miss Hedie Savers and Mrs and the meeting was pronounced WT.H. Owens were in town yesall as a most interesting and terday having dental work done, by profitable one. and while here were pleasant call-ersMr. George B. Lyne. the well this "office. T- - Mr. and Mrs. U G. Baker and known secret order .man of Crab Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker mot- Orchard was given a boost for y at The county will start work on the pike to Brodhead 'Monday J.-S- Langford and W. Mf Mullins will have crews, of 20 or more men and the work will be pushed as vapidly as possible. We understand that work on the road to Livingston will start a . few days later. Miss Fannie French, Wildie . Charles Evans Hughes, for- the great issues of the day. The Progressive National Conmer Gevernor of New York, and four days of tumult Elizabethtowo.Ky, June 12 A until Saturday, Associate Justice vention after purpose in view SatSomerset Wednesday on business. with but one in the Hardin Circuit Court of the Supreme Court of the U. S., Colonel TheoMr. and Mrs. Robt. Hatcher of jury urday nominated this morning adjudged Barksdale was nominated Saturday for the Louisville and Miss Clarice Welher Presidency by the Republican dore Roosevelt tor President and Hamlett, former State Superin- of Lebanon Jet. were here last week. a few hours later listeaed without tendant of Public Instruction ,of National Convention. Mrs. Gains Cummins has been Charles Warren Fairbanks, of protest to a message from Oyster unsound mind. He will be sent to very sick '.his week. Bay that he would not "accept at Indiana, elected Lakeland Asylum. Chattanooga, Tenn. Juue 5i for with Theodore Roosevelt in 1904 this time." will leave vy.JSGjlbreathfield secretary of Mr.Hamlett waspresant in court again was chosen for second place Colonel Roosevelt's declination Lakeland. He J was conditional and it was placed the Dixie Highway Association- on the Republican ticket. when the case was tried and apleft here this morning in his white Both nominations, made by in the hands of the Progressive peared nervous. He is physically er Maxwell roadster for a tour-ovmajorities on the national committee to be held undebilitated as well and in bad the Eastern Division of the Dixie first ballot of the day the third til such time as statements to be health. Relatives of Mrs. Hamlett Hienway between this city and ballot of the convention were by made by Justice Hughes, the nom asked County Attorney K. A. inee of the Republicans, "shall Detroit. Mr. Gilbreath's trip is for acclamation made unanimous. Buckles to file the affidavit against satisfy the committee that it is for the purpose of making an inspec Senator Lodge, of Massachu- the interest of the country that he Mr. Hamlett. His wife's divorce tjon of the progress on the suit is still pending in Circuit setts, presented by Colonel be elected." of this roadway, to meet Roosevelt, as a compromise canI am prepared to make photos, the people in the various counties Caurt here didate, received seven votes. Barksdale Hamlett, who was have experienced help. Give and explain to their- hrst hand just Colonel Roosevelt him-sel- f re I a call and will try to please Secme I wha the Dixje Highway Associa- the Democratic nominee for ceived eighteen and one-baretary in ,the election last-yeayou. I will take poultry, eggs tion is doing and secure the united scattered ever twelve states. exchange for Photos. was the only Democrat on cooperation of the various counties Judge Hughes stepped down and meat in Mrs. Judith Thompson. in building the road. In the event the state ticket to be defeated by Saturday from the Supreme a a Kepubiican. West Main Street lie instituted Bench and, again is a private cit that be finds the counties through the mountains of Kentucky will contest against James P. Lewis of izen, accepted the Republican have theinsection of the Highway Whitesburg, the successful candi- nomination for President. In a ready for travel by the latter of date, and shorly afterward telegram ringing with denunIn the meanwhile his October, he will make the prelim, ciation ot the administration's forarrangements for the ' big tour wife separated from him and eign policies and declaring for a :trom Detroit through Toledo, instituted divorce proceedings in dominant thorough going AmerDayton, Cincinnati, Lexiugton, the Hardin Circuit Court at icanism, he gave his decision to Texas Wonder cures kidney and On top of this the troubles, dissolves travel, eures Knoxville, Chattanooga, and AtChairman Harding, of the Repub- THE diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumarecently filed a law suit all irregularities of the kidneys and lanta to Florida. Automooile State lican National Convention, and tism andIn both men and women. If not sold bladder againstMr.Hamlett and his bonds-me- u by your druse is t. will bo sent by mail on remanufactures and car owners broke the long silence which had ceipt of $1. bottle is two months' for S69,ooo alleged illegal perfect cure. and seldom through the north are very much kept the leaders of his party in treatment testimonials fails tothis anda other from Send for expenditures in the department of States. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 OHve Street. interested in this proposed tour Education, during his incumbency the dark as to hisxattitude toward St. Louts. SIo. Sold by druffelsts. Adv. and if roads are it shoes at cut " Vice-Presiden- t, to-nig- ht over-whelmi- con-structi- - lf of-Sta- r, te abau-doned'- it. Eliza-bethtow- n. One-sma-l l the travelable.as -- aged 21, daughter of Tom French of the section, died Monday morning of thac dreaded disease, tuberculosis, She had been growing weaker for several months until the end came. Her remains were laid to rest near the home Tuesday beside her mother and little Drotner. one was a member of the Wildie Christian Church and her friends were numbered by those who knew her. WHAT-EXPERIENCE is believed they will prove to be, DETECTIVES WANTED. a large number ot' cars maybe The undersigned Agency will expected to make the trip. consider applications for memberOn Mr. Gilbreath's arrival in ship fioni certain localities in KenKnoxville he withhold a confer- tucky. We look after Criminals, ence with A. P. Stoddart a direct- Collect Names and Addresses of or of the Association, who is de- Farmers, etc. Collect debts and voting a large part of his time to furnish commercial reports to securing the completion of the business concerns. We pay salary Eastern Division. Mr. Sanford is and fees. For full particulars planning to accompany Mr. write. on his trip thru the Ken- Va.&Tenn. Detective Agency, Gil-breat- Poultry Houchens-BrosCOMMISSION "i"'""""""t5E Poultry . Ship us your Poultry and receive highest price andjprompt returns. WHOLESALE MERCHANTS h 44 Walnut St., Cmrinnati,0. 2e tx ' HAS TAUGHT.-- . 0 tucky mountains. Incorporated. fol- Mahoney Building, Mr. Gilbreath's itinerary as lows:- Dayton, Rhea Springs June Bristol, Tenn. Va. $S$3C&3JG& 13. night at Harriman; Kiugston, a rathole Pounding sand Lenoir City June i4, night Knox- seems an easy taskinto compared with ville; Cumberland Gap night June keeping the Culebra cut freeof 16; Middlesuoro Jnne 17; slides. What are we waiting for in Mexnight and Sunday June 18; ico for the Greasers to slip on Barbourville night June i9, Cor-bi- n us and eat us alive? Tune 20, night London; Mt. Vernon night Tune 2i; Richmond night June 22; Lexington night June 23; Georgetown night June 24 Williamstown, night June 26; Walton and Cincinnati, night fcearoc8p-$June 27. Pine-vill- e mm. d, i mum & oil &yc&x&x& X PM THE "QUALITY STORE tt . LUMBER WHERE a MONEY a TALKS BOOSTING Sgacseacaa: fc$3capc$ x And Pullins Together makes Our Town grow while the " Hand of '' is always pointing to Big Values. quality Every time the second hand of the clock ticks off a minute something good goes over our counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes every customer a repeater. Make our Store a, for studying Values and a place to BUILD ING VTERA.L MILL WORK Get Our' Prices and We-Wi- ir Get-You- r Trade MMfc j JVM . t ryi "i-,.- -. -- H-- T ... .- ,un T B lOILUH-MOPHOSPM- Ts:Zm. -- . 1HBJ, Mrf ! Bllll lll I l I- - U&soKy sne nas tnmg its principles teacn. business of Sears & Roebuck' be Mr. Lyne formerly belonged to withtTut -- ;skijlful'"' advertising? , . Sheen gradually imorovingstod the vtaajilyBud friends now feel very our council and Royal Arch Chap-JwpcJ- What buslfiess without ul is-ypt- ty&mV&MS . POWDER laii froi Cream of Tartar JlTE Absolutely Pure 'I Unlamir, ! Il-I'- I'lll get posted on good things. We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, Meal, Meat, Shipstuff, Hay, Corn, Straw, Fertilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of BIT k 11 Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around tmt don't feel that you have to buy, ' - '"D.ON-- T FORGET THE PLACE. 9E rr I II I b II I 1 I m UJI IUJuCJIU f . 1 B H )V i.. i. - ofjier recovery; ter at thisplace . advertisings? -- Pftie-'52 MTERNON,KY: yxxjLix. GEO. S, GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentuci ky' A MlH'l'jWJBjmBTmU the April term, 1916, thereof in the a- AUo h ne a few Hundred acres of COMMISSIONER'S SALE. bove cauae, I shall proceed to oiler for desirable mineral rights to se'l. sale at the court house door in Mt. VerROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT CO CRT. ROCKCASTLE HIRCUIT COURT. It is not woitb whi'e to spea.c of non: Ky., to highest and best biddJ. Fish, c , Plaintiffs er, at public the W. A. Minic and auction, on Monday. June Plaintiffs, the water on these farms, as it is M. I Dkaton, f W: Commissioner's Sale. well known that Rockcastle is one 26. 1916, bair.g regular County Court; Mvrtle ami Albert 1 Wefondnnts. -- . 11 a in. and ; the hours of of the best watered couuties in H.urUoii, h, 'J. c t,,.',. Ailmr. of. John' Kowr. and 1)AL- By virtue of a judments and order of 3 p. m. upon a credit of six months, this state or any other state. All sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, the following described property, to-- 1 'M s Rwk, heir 0f ' of these farms are handy to .Unix Kowk, dee'd. rendered at the April term. 11)16. there- wit: The mineral on or under a- - tract of By virtue' of a judgment and order of churches and schools and the of, in the above cause, I ,hall proceed of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, county has under consideration, 4 to offer for ale at rlie court house door land in Rockcastle and Jackson conn-'sal- e . on both sides of the M.ulison rendered at the Anril term. 01 (i. thorn- - turnpikes out of the town of Mt. in Ml Vernon. Kv . lit tin liirlu.t. of, in :ho above cause, 1 shall proceed Vernon, north and south, east and and be&t bidder, at public auction, on State Road, and )oiinded as follows: On the headwaters of Horse Lick to oiler for sale at the court house door Monday. June 28, 1916. lwing regular west. Several miles have been County Court day, between the hours and Crooked Creek and known as the in Mt Vernon. Ky., to the highest and let and work already begun. old Russel Howard farm, beginning at' best, bidder, at pnblie auction, on Mou-- a Of II a m. and 3 p. m upon a credit double gum, a corner tojj.. Cole's day, June 26, 1916, being regular Those farms are on the pike road of six months, the following described land on the east side of the'State Road, County Court day, between the hours leading south from Mt. Vernon, projerty, thence northwest, crossing the State of 11 a in and 3 p. m . upon a credit en the waters of Dry Fork and Two tracts of land located in Rock- Road, to a chestnut; thence a nortewes of six months, the following described Skeggs Creek and most of this castle County, Ky. on the waters of course, by way of a marked chestnut a property, t: Boone's Fork and adjoining eace other, straight line to Allen's land, d A interest in a tract of land U limestone land and tine a stake; and bounded and described as follows: thence with Allen's linfj a southerly land in Rockcastle County, Ky, on Will the producing and grass land Tract 1 Hegsnning at a post course to Solouiom Griffin's land, to a waters of Skeggs Creek .ind bounded sell on easy terms any part of this oak, corner line of Hen Pntvell pine tree; thence with Griffin's line an as follows: land or all as a whole. Anyone and Alice Horing, at the county easterly course, On the south by the lands of V. crossing a large hollow wishing to buy land, either for inroad: thence with said l'lirrell's by way of a' large rock, corner on A. Mink; on the north by the lands the line, east a straight line to 1he cor- south side of Milt Renner; on the west by the vestment or home, will do well to of the hill: thence with ner of said Prewttt and Purcell: Griffin's line an easterly lands of YV. A. Kinley. and contain- call and go over thi land, and get course to a thence a westerly course with said poplar corner near ing 17o acres, more or less. Exclu- my price and terms. the forks of the holFor the Prewitfs line to the county road, low: thense down the branch a marked ded from said boundary is a tract benefit of those who might know (Copper Creek road): thence with line to a small white uf obout 50 acres sold U YV, H oak, near a path said road to the beginning and con- nnd pile of '" Rowe to his daughter, Lucinda these farms and locate them betrock; thense a soinhea-- t ' taining Jl acres, more or less. ter by name. I will name them by course, aerrss the point, with Griffin's Rowe Adams and her heirs, Tract 2 Beginning at a large line to a black jack on the west sidy of or sufficient theieof to produce the sum their former owners: Tract No black oak standiugou the ea-- t side the Slate Roau; thense crossing the of one hundred and seventy-fou- r doll- - known as the Sand Spring coal ' of the Mt Vernon and Copper road, down a point to a chestnut on the an. and thirty-eigcents fjeldp. Tract No 2 klOW Creek road, it being a corner to loint of a cliff: thence a northeast di- six per cent interest thereon from the Will Pnce farm at Sand Spring; T. Brock's line and John Belcher's rection to a maple on the side of the Sth day of January, until paid, and the line: thence S 71 E 24 poles to road: thence westward on the road to cost of this action. Tract No. 3 known as the old Hunt's line: thence with the same Margaret Sim's corner, a white oak: For the purchas price the purchaser Tommy Graves Valley farm; S 4 V ."S jioles to what is said to be thence with Sinn's line, a straight line, must execute bond, with approved sur-- ; Tract No 4 known as the K.J. an agreed line betweeni Alevandcr by way of a marked black oak to J. J. c'y, Hearing legal interest from date of, Tract No. f and Sarah I'ruwitt: thence with Drew's land; thence with J. J. Drew's sale until paid and having the force McKinnoy farm; same X 67 V SO poles to a black line to the begtnning, containing 290 and effect of a judgment. Bidder will known as the W. G. Nicely farm oak: thence N 39 U V to a stone acres. be prepared to comply with these at Hansford; Tract No. (5 known .standinli at the side of the obove For the purchase price the purchaser terms. as the Mat Deboard and later the mentioned road: thdnce a noilh-eas- t must execute bond, with approved SurG . S. Griffin, Albert Hamlin farm near Level direction, with said road, to ety, learing legal interest firm Master Commissioner. the day Green. the beginning and containing 12' of sale until paid and having the force Rockcastle. Circuit Court. acres, more or less . and effect of a judgment. Bidder will PERSONAL PROPERTY for For the purchase price the purchaser l prepared to comply promptly with sale on easy terms: must execute bond, with ipprovcd sur- these terms. 8 work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack ety, bearing legtl interest from day of G. S. Griffin, .sale until paid and having the force anil bed; 1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire Master Commissioner, etleclof a judgment. Bidder will be buggv; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 Rockcastle Circuit Court. prepared to comply with these terms. turning plows; 3 section harrows; C03UIISSI0XESS SALE. Ot J Bulletin No. 3 "1 ilay.-ljetwee- n Why Not Face the Facts About Armor Competition? To the People: 1 J li-s- 1 The policy of the United States Government for many years has made real competition in armor-makin- g ineffective. I to-wi- t: The Government might have asked the three armor plants for bids and let the entire tonnage to the lowest bidder. That would have made competition effective. ta-wi- one-thir- The result of such a course would have been to drive two of the three manufacturers out of business, and leave the country with facilities of only one plant in time of need. The Government in fact has always asked for bids from the three manufacturers, but no matter what the price quoted, each year's business was divided among them. Armor makers serve but one customer serves but one customer a community. the Government, just as a public utility The solution of the public utility problem is regulation of rates. ht (17-l,3S)wit- The solution of the armor problem is for the Government to fix the price. We voluntarily agree to accept any price fixed by the Federal Trade Commission. Isn't acceptance of that offer better than the destruction of an industry built solely to serve the Government? CHAS. M. SCHWAB. Chairman " EUGENE G. GRACE, Prwident Bethlehem Steel Company ! VIOJLSVO started from men who have horses and jacks and want to down a man. Yours verv respectfully, P. C. Lear. To whom it may concern: It has been reported that the jack that I sold to J. W Hiltcn.of Pine Hill, is showing rlcketv colts I want to say that this is absolutely false He has never shown a rickety colt. I will give $100. to any man that will bring me a ricketv The Jack colt, sired hv tht lack is all right in everv respect and is snowing good colts R'. L. Smith, Hiatt, Ky. Now, if anv one wants further SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUN& 25th C. S Gritlin, Master Commissioner, Circuit Court Ro-kcas- tle COJUIISSIONKirS SALE. " ROCKCASTLE C1RCI IT COURT. oig expense, were is an instance- will offer for illlle pnv:ltdy all of T. X. XcE,Adinr of YV. 11. Archer, Caldwell Ohio my property, both personal and Plaintiff, R. M. Johnson, writes: "I do not believe that our real, as follow, uivil August 15th. Vs: Auck Hki.:.ahd &, , Defendants uimiiy nas neen without Chamber- - and on that day 1 will close all and Commissioner's Sai.k. Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- - that remains unsold at public auc-hoe- a T. X. Xok, Admr. of l Remedy since we com- - tion at my home, Hansford, Ky: Plaintiff, Elizalxuh Johnson f menced keeping house years ago. Real estate for sale on easy Vs: When we go on an extended visit terms: Fa m or tract No. 1 of Alice Ilellard &c, Defendants By virtue of a judgment ami order of we take it with us. Obtainable 130 acres, 1 miles south of Mt the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered everywhere. Vernon, with i storehouse, dwell FORETHOUGHT. People are learning that a little .w.ww.wUgUl. UJlCu savw wie.ni a NTTirI liU I 1UL i Harm." f f - pr rlpfl to or. " -l u-o- tf " -- ', j" j ! SRA&VILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in I growing crop, 60 acres in grass and balance in woodland; adjoin COMPLETE LINE ing farm No. 1. so as to make one well located farm if purchaser Gaskets and Robes should desire both tiacts. Farm It is being circulated throughout Mail, Telegraph or TeleNo. 1 lies on east side of of creek the county that my Jack's colts phone orders Promptly and mostly underlaid with coal. are ricketv. I wish to say through Filled Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, the Signal to my friends, as I cant y rather a valley farm, with some write you all personally, that it is 39C363oca63DQfeK2- coal 111 the hill. an absolute falsehood, as you will Farm No. 3 of i9o acres, one-hal- f see from what Mr. K. L. Smith, mile west of farm, No. 2; a the man that I bought the' jack fjood strong valley farm in good from, has to say about it This state of cultivation and not very false report was fixed up to injure much improvement. About 100 my business, but inspite of it I am & acres cleared, balance in wood- doing a splendid business with my Our line of Couch Caskets land. inck. I have a fine jack. I hope is unexcellil No. 4 of 2? i acres, s to show him at the Mt. Vernon Farm Hand-mad- e oflins furnishec miles south of Mt. Vernon, in R"atr ground next b'uir, and let tile Hearse bent to all parrs of in good state of cultivation, well people see this jack and judge for improved: i good dwelling house, themselves. Tust here I wish to the County. barn and storehouse and all other insert a letter from Mr. P. C. Lear All orders by Wire Promptly Filled I? necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant The letters is as follows; houses. This farm is a creek i Hiatt. Ky., farm, running to the hilltops, May 29, 1910. with some workable coal in the ML'. VERNON. KY. k Phone Mu. John Hilton, hills: Also has a io acre orchard Pine Hill, Ky. set out this spring, consisting of about 500 Stayman Winesap ap- Dear Sir:- ples and 000 Elberta peaches, if I have been told tnat some partall are true to name, with a guar ies out there have been telling that anty from the company to prune the jack you. bought from Bogue and spray for 3 years. Holes Smith got rickety mules,. It is for he does no weie dynamited for trees and certainly a mistake says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in such thing. I stood the jack last great care taken in setting the orwriting of her experience with Cardui, the woman's chard. Also about G acres of year and his colts are coming this tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I other orchard on this farm. This spring all right and good tones. thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able lis the farm .for the stockman; a He never has got a jnule that was to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles good farm and well watered and wrong. I have known him ever of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon only a few years to wait tor a sine he was a subking colt. 1 gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, young fortune from growing fruit. will go bejoro any court and make as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Farm No. 5 of 25S acres, ad- an affidavit that he does not get joining farm No. 4, with one good rickety colts. The way this" has dwelling house, barn and store got started, I stood a jack belong honse; 4 tenant houses and barns, ing toC. C. Gover, Lancaster, Ky., good orchard; known to be as year before last that did get rickI have heard that it good if not the best stand for mer- ety colts has been told that Ihll McQueen chandise in the county. Also has had two mules by this Smith4 jack a good coal mine. a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, were rickety and he gave and it always does me good." inarm jmo. 0 ol 230 acres, 21 that away, that is alsa a mistake, Headache, backache, side ache, nenrousness, miles west of farm Nn. fv onnrl them the-stired, worn-o- ut mules were by the Gro. feelings, etc., are sure signs of womane valley farm, in good state of cul-!a- s ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's 1 jack' McQe s,wear tivation; good house and barn: tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui "ley were DOt by the Smith jack, for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing 1 good tenant house; , . ,. f you want me or women for more than fifty years. about i2o acres cleared and the , McQueen to make an afhdavit to , balance in woodland. AvHl befbre .tlle thls effect we ... town lots iMhnrnm r ' court and swear that what has liSTSTT j aj,i:.: k auumuu iu mt. vernon, &y liij cmi uu mm (si cm and lot in Jersey City, N. J been told on vonr jack is ail false. s Geserally tbese- - get Ka Brodhead ing house and barn, and three SfcoSMS JXTLt ood coal Vernon v ' greater part of its coal stiply. Q farm No, 2 of 156 acres. ! n land surrouuding country iret the j milp ;nmli Ky nf " "-- " Mr, Vvi nn .., 4 o - 2 disc harrows: 3 walking cultiva tors; 4 double shovel plows; 4 bull tongue plows; mowing machine; 2 rakes; one-hal- f interest in binder; about 2500 ft. ot inch iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon Fair Association; 1, 12 horse power boiler and engine; all of m interest in about 200 acres of growing crops, to be sold as it stands or so much per bushel at gathering time. 2 stores and fixtures, one store at Hansford and one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases 2 desks; .1 typewriter; iron safe; 1 share in Peoples Bank; share in Mt Vernon Fair Association; 25 shares in Central Life Insurance Co.; 2 shares in Don Over land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, lud.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural Credit Association. YV. M. Bullock. 1 1 1 1 $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. C. B. HARBERS0N, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. information about this Jack write the Rev. Green Fish, Mt. Vernon. Ky. He has three ot his colts and has known the Jack from his folding. I will give $25.00 to anv man that will make a sworn affidavit pv that mv lack has ever to this date sbown a rickety co'.t. Now, you; fellows that have been talking, make your word good. tvespectfully, . '.J JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE I. A J. W. May 30, '16. Hilton, Ptne Hill, Ky. ' BOWEL COMPLAINTS &$ 15 Cr ffOOQ 1 1- IN INDIA. NOTICE OCTc3 n UfiDS TAKES mrnw mfmm 9-i-- Iu a lecture ut one of the Des Mo'nes, Iowa, churches a missionary from India told of going into the interior of India, where be was taken sick, that he had a Cl rnXrvi'yv botte of Chamberlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with him and he beleived that it saved his life. This remedy is used successfully in India both as b2$D2 a preventive and cure for choljra. S&c&zztfcc You may know from this that it can be depended upon for the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur in this country. Obtainable everywhere. General Merchandise .a-'- infi - OT r, VLJ,jWUi5J va-- VVuAVr JyPL.JKJ.Lj 2& Farm Implements s rgx$)M ' W. A. COXri It Always Helps CARDUI The Woman's Tonic I or-ha- rd; T '; " w Get a Bottle Today! VWHVVPWMMppr ri m r ij i j&krJ . such-tales-a- NOTICK FOR DIVISION OF BRODHEAD VOTxNG Want some reliable information about any of the country west of the PRECINCT. Rockies Californio, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas? Want to know something It having become necessary 'in about farming opportunities, railroad rates, routes, automobile highways, hotels, resorts- - prices of land, methods of farminir. etc.? the opinion of the Court that according to Sec. i443 of the Ky. It's our business to know all about this Pocitic Slope country. Sunset Magazine is the one big national magazine, reflecting the Statute to divide Brodhead voting life of this country and giving accurate information concerning its precinct known as precinct No. 10 growth and development. Send 10 cen:s for a sample copy of Sunset Magazine and write us a letter asking for whatever info:mation into two precincts. The Boons you desire concerning an y state in ehe West. Highway being designated as the dividing line thereby creating two SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICEBUREAU precincts instead of one, that part Sanfrancisco, of said precincts lying on the south side of said road to be known as South Brodhead No. 10 Said stock of merchandise will be with its voting place in the town SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. sold in bulk, as well as the cross of Brodhead, on the south side Plaintiff, ties, and the purchaser or purof said road and that part of said John Mccracken, vs: chasers will be required to give precinct lying on the north side j Owens Bros,. Defendants, bond wilh approved surety, due of said load to be known as north By virtue ot a judgment and or- and payable in 3 months and bearBrodhead No 10, with its voting place in the town of Brodhead, and der of sale made and entered in ing interest at the rate of 6 per on the north side of said road. the above styled action at the cent, per annum and having the April Term, I9I6, of the Rock- force and effect of a judgment, Copy att , said bond will be made payable to S. F, Bowman, castle Circuit Court, the under- the undersigned special comCounty Court Clerk. signed Special Commissioner, missioner, to satisfy plaintiffs will on Monday, June .26th I9I6, debt, interest interest and cost CLEAR SKIN COMES FROM at the store house of Owens Bros., namely S250 00 with legal interest; near Cooksburg Rockcastle Coun- trom February 25. rgi6, and WITHIN. $17.50 .costs. It is foolish to think you can ty, Kentucky, between the I. R. McCracken, Special Commissioner, gain a good clear Complexion by hours of 9o'clock a m and. 4 o'Rockcastle Circuit Court. the use of" face powder. Get at clock p. m , sell at public outcrv to the highest and best bidder the trouble and tbor-ougl- y the root STOMACH TROUBLE cleanse the system- with & following property: AND CONSTIPATION. treattnentof Dr. King's new life One stock of general mer"I will cheerfully say Pills. Gentle and mild in action," chandise, consisting of dry goods, Chamberlain's Tablets are the that satdo not gripe, yet they relieve the uotions and groceries, hardware. isfactory' remedy tor stomach liver by their actions on the bow- etc. also 100 hewn cross ties, 7x!tro,nes ad constipation that I old in ttty-bou- r years' els. Good for young, adults and 9, 8Ht. long, and all the e clear complexion standing book accounts amount urug Mure aervice, writes Q .H. aged. Go alter a Murphy, druggist, Welchburg. N, 25cents at ycur druggist ing to about $100.00. Y. Obtainable everywkeie. of-th- e out-lhavV10-da- Going West? y. r m ,ii -. . ,'., 'if'