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VERNON, wJlIliil Established 1887 NUMBER 39 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916 should not be on an equal footing What Is "Good Will?" it You've often heard that the "good will tf of a certain buisiness was worth a lot of money. people will enter the house of a widow woman as old as Mrs. Jones is. who must be past 60 years old, and take from them the things that they have worked hard for, we are at a loss to know how to express it. We don't believe that they would hesitate to rob the dead. There is a gang in, around or near Livingston, doing this kind of work and the sooner thev 'are caught tin better it will be for the town and we truly hope that I I aaaWeeaaaaaaalBseH eaaBr But did you ever stop to think what " good will" means ? Let's use our store as an example. We have customers, many of them, who wouldn't think of buying anywhere else. They come back to us, season after season, because they get what they want at the prices they want to pay. And it's this continuous patronage that is one of our biggest assets. That's why we carry merchandise of high quality and do our best to please everybody who comes in. Maybe you're already on our " good will " list. Come in anyhow and see our new lines for Spring. in the noar future that the law WW!? ttt s & EZEZEZZXZI Sutton McBee a:i TheClothcaft Store KXt t t IX3aP? MAMMOTH CAVE hotel including the routes in the cave for $5 50. lioud trip Railroad fare $4.35. Board tickets on sale for morning trains at all way stations. See L, & N. Agent. Prom MT. VERNON June 27th at $9.85 for an All-Exoe- nse Two-Da- ys Trip ; Such tobacco enjoyment as you never thought could be is yours to command quick as you buy some Prince a Albert and fire-u- p home-mad- e pipe or a cigarette ! Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered te it's made by a patented for. That's because WWM)" li " ecu Patented July Bsl 1 ill S8iHX 30th. 1907." which has made tArec men WlHjKHL,! ! 5:HL5SDKIH! (SOT smoke pipes where rtOHO BURNING PJPEAHD one smoked before! A.tfflGAPETTgfroao' & process that curs our bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality 1 On the reverse side f it.;. iM. rail tin you will read: "Pro- - 'ill I K'BSKr yi!jl WKEtt III! IW lilllill ' Bafl Laaal .liaHill U BK wftaara H H t the national joy smoke Has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it! . And that isn't strange, either. Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a ciga Bay Prince Albert every rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince where tobacco is told in Albert And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-otoppy red bags, 5c; tidy red ut Prince Albert or HH tint, 10c; handsome pound d mnd tin humi-do- rt and that corking fine humi-dpound crystal-glas- s with sponge moist encr top that keeps the tobacco half-poun-- certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1 im smch clever trim always f R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, has .returned to that city after a few days' visit with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gray, visited relatives at London, latter part of last week. Willis Allen, of Cooksburg, who has been with J. E. Singleton for the past two weeks, returned home Wednesday. Mr. Allen is in very poor health. The second, annual convention of Division C of ihe Eleventh District of Woman's Christ- Winston-Sale- m, N. C U. Browning, of Maywood, was L)VJEigsleFi , Atty. J. W. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains, Frank Monday, on business. Louisville, is visiting Orndorff, of ,his mother, Mrs. J. R. Orndorff. Mrs. W. M. Hoover, of West Virginia, is visiting relatives here . iHjrbe series of meetings on branch, .conducted by Rev. J5fis, of East Bernstadt, closed Sunday. Edd Cottengim, who has position firing out of Covington, Gau-Vy. visiting relatives here lattr part of last week. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker are visiting relatives in Clay county this week. Mr. and -- 1 Mrs. J D. Catljn, of Lebanon, have been visiting their son, I W. Some party or parties Catlin. broke into the house of Mrs. Emma Jones, last week while she was visiting her daughter, near Stanford, and took almost all she ian Temperance Union will be had, including her dishes, grocer held at the Baptist Church here ies and bedding, it is bad enough Thursday and Friday. The pub- to take from tLose that are able to lic is cordially invited. Mrs. J. work and can get more, hat when will lay its hands on the gang and prosecute them to the full extent James Jones has moved his barber shop to the Krueger property. Mrs. G. S. Griffin has returned from Mt. Vernon after a few days' visit with relatives. J. L Hughes left Monday on an extended visit to relatives at Oin cinnati, Terre Haute, Ind., and Bowling Green, Ky, Mrs. L. H. Davis has returned from an ex tended visit with relatives at Paint Lick and Berea. Mrs. C. L Hughes, ot Louisville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayse. D. B. Eambo and son have returned from a few days' stay in Cincinnati J Mrs. John Mullins and Miss Myrtle Bryant were in Cincinnati latter part of last week. Joe Rinehart, who once was a citizen of our town, but now of Louisville, was here Tuesday. - Fill Allen, who lives in Louisville, and who has a summer home near the noted lettered rock Mrs returned home Tuesday. ictor Owens has been very sick for a few days but is slowly improving. Mrs. L. H. Rice left a few days ago to join her husband at Winchester, where he has a railroad position. Earl Rice, of Louisville, was here with home tolks lattt-- r part of last week. Dr. M. K. Denney, of Lancaster, located in Dr. Webb's office, will be here. this week and next, then two days each week. Dr Denny is a dentist with a good repula tion. Well, we see at last our Brodhead friend has come out into the open where we can get a fair shot at him, although we have learned that he took his first lesions under the tutorship of Fountain Fox Bobbitt, the Cicero of the Mountains. Now "he claims that we belong to a political party that we should be ashamed to own Our friend forgets that he went with one of the same stripe to a convention not long since, and was so overjoyed that he evnn forgot his letter to the Signal. My friend, we are glad you can have those day dreams and pic ture for yourself a victory this fall. It would not be us to envy you this, but fate has decreed otherwise. We always had a and our feelings easi tender heart ly touched, so in November, when the fight is over, the poles are closed, the vote is counted and Wilson is elected, and you feel ill at ease and need some friend to speak a word of cheer to you, call oa us, it makes uo difference if we are of a democratic faith, we will gladly come to your rescue and with gentle hands and kind words inform you that it is onlv a political game. The Cojnmer cial Clnb met Fridav night and elected officers. They have thirty-fiv- e members and have gone to work in earnest. Dr. R. G.Webb was elected president, G. S. Grif fin, vice president, B H. Griffin, secretary, and J.P.E.Drummoud, treasurer. They met again Monday night and an invitation is extended to all citizens who have the upbuilding of the town at heart. The object, of the club is to put forth every effort for the of the town, to invite manutaciurers to come to our to.vn, and to advocate everything ot a progressive nature. Enter-prize- s "will be given a hearty welcome. Last, but not least, a committee was appointed to wait upon the Fiscal Court in regard to the pike or that part from Livingston to Mt. Vernon, as it is a common mon saying here that the pike wi-be built from Mt. Vernon to Brodhead, and the prong to Wildie, and we' will be left out in the cold iNow, if our recollection-serveus right, we aie more de serving than Brodheid, for the reason the bond issue was defeated in Brodhead and carried in Livingston. We can't see'-wnwe up-buildis y "- anyway when it comes to building the piice. Now what we want to see is some dirt thrown on this side of the county seat and when work starts on this end of the pike, will be satisfied and not until then. We have been waiting and watching for the past two years for work to start. We have paid our road tax, that is our proportional part of the pike tax same as Brodhead has. and we claim that we are just as deserving as they, not that we have anything against the good little town or our sister town, but we believe there should be something doing this way with the pike. We aie not in position to kmow anything about the road situation, and can only give our personal but honest be lief in the matter, and that is, that the road will be built to Livings ton just the same as to Brodhead. There is no reason why it should not. From a number of statements which the writer heard made by a number of citizens in Livingston a faw days since, we know that a number of the people in that good town, have the belief that there will not be any road south of Mt, Vernon, and while the above article from our Livingston correspondent is voicing the sentiment of many men, yet we want to add, that in justice and fairness to all concerned, and more especially the building of the road, we believe the position is wrong and that time will prove the incorrectness of the belief now existing. Remember there have been many drawbacks and in this no one in particular can be cen Rice sured. The Editor Ward, who has been in Hamilton, Ohio, has returned home. DOES SLOAN'S" LINIMENT Green Sea (our House Don't just "paint' your property "Green Seal" it. Hanna's Green Seal Paint will give you the longest possible wear, and it will stick to your property through the coldest and wettest weather. It is a superior paint from any stand point you look at it. It goes farther, lasts longer and looks better. Prove the quality of Hanna's iHanna's-- j Green Seal Paint for yourself. wm J. $xps&x$fcx FWMfg&CoW51 B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Kv. Geo, S, Griffin & Son THE "QUALITY STORE" WHERE a MONEY a TALKS . $yd$3&p& HELP RHEUMATISM? Ask the man who uses it, he knows. "To think I suffered all these wheo one 25c bottle of Sloan's Liniment cured me," writes one grateful user. If you have Rheumatism or suffer from Neuralgia, Backache, Soienessj and stiffness, dont put off get ting a bottle of Sloan's. It will give you such welcome relief. It warms and soothes the sore, stiff painful places and you feel so much better. Buy it at any Daug Store, only 25 cents. MEXICO BOOSTING And Pulliner Together ft makes Our Town grow while the " Hand of quality '' is always pointing to Big Values. Every time the second hand of the clock ticks oft a minute something srood oes over our counter. GOOD, yes. so good that it makes every customer a repeater. Make our Store a Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get posted on good things. We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, Meal, Meat, Shipstuff, Play, Corn, Straw, Fertilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of Stern refusal to heed the de mands of Carranza for the withdrawal of American troops from Mexico is voiced in the reply of this Goverment. Upon the attitude ot Carranza to this reply hinges war with Mexico, it is stated. Noting has occurred to indicate a change on Carranza' s attitude of implacable hostility toward the United States. The State Department expressed anxiety for the safety of Americans in Mexico. While measure.: of protection are being instituted along the coast towns, aid in the interior is con- Anti- sidered very difficult. American sentiment is being aroused from Juarez to the west coast. Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you have to buy, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. GEO. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentucky yc&ptc&DjiX DRUGS PURE &, FRESH Through the country the work of mobilizing National Gaurdsmen is being pushed, with the pros pects that 100,000 or more troops will be available for border duty. No estimates have been made of the number that will be required. Every Governor has responded to the call of the President. United States army scouts have been busy gathering information of Mexican activities south of the Rio Grande River between Brownsville and El Paso. Gen. Funston received no important tidings at Ft. Sam Houston. Gen Pershing's reports indicate that Gen. Jacinto Trevino's troops had made no advance. A trainload of l,ooo peons reached Juarez d -half-starve- Your Prescriptions filled by anM experienced man. We want your business Don't forget to ask us about our Ajtegg XSS Kodaks -- I ?&. B JaM r Kofoks R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. " FARE $5 2 L-l-. from Chihuahua and crossed into the United States in violation of recent orders against emigration. CLEAR SKIN COMES PROM im im mi nTOsim JK eaRnviiiii.--.u:!..-sEaasv;:'- DAILY BETWEEN tmrJr CLEVELAND & miiJ,JiMi 2t S3v, bUf TAIAJ rszJjx v. WITHIN. gain a good clear complexion by the use of faoe powder. Get at the root of the trouble and thor-ougl- y cleanse the system with a treatment of Dr. King's new life Pills. Gentle and mild in action, do not gripe, yet they relieve the liver by their actions on the bow-- 1 els. Good for young, adults and, aged. Go after a clear complexion i . 25cents at y cur. drnggut. o-d- ay It is foolish to think you can -- 2rfjk?22 tot 1500 passengers. "CITY OF ERIE" Leare ClereUnd Tk The largest sdiaotco(tlyiteuneroa Skip -LSf-JSj- S Selany InlandSEEANDBEE? Sleepfeg world. water of the atcoraraod-tio- nj 3 Magnificent 0 Steajra "dTY OF 15tk-BUFFA- LO BUFFALO CLEVELAND-Dail- y, fcflOP.tf. LeareBoffilo P. If. Arrhre Cleveland JLrmraBoffaJo J0A.il. tMK.iL. (Central Standard Time) Coaaeetlona at Buffalo for Niagara Falls asd all Eastern and Ctmrtii. aatiU. Kiamsd tlek-e- ta readiasTbetweea Cleveland and Buffalo are good for traasportiMnai ea scar asaaeaeea. JlmL yoor tieaet agent for tickets Tia C, 6 B. Line. , Great! , showing both exterior aad BMarierofl Beautifully eolored sectional ponle BdaaaeW. SESANDBKE' ata 10 eerar pom ton receipt c atotorial and deaeriptiTe booklet free. for oct BUFFALO TKANSiT CI 'Clavri i Ofcia THE CLEVELAND May 1st to Not. BETWEEN . 1 J. - x- - -' .ji. Mt. Vernon. Ky., to the highest anu best bidder, at public auction on, Monday June 26th, 191(5. being ttit e rirst day of a regular term of the County Cout, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. upon a credit of fix month, the following described Rock-ca&tlto-wi- NIT. VERNON SIGNAL Maret, aided in the construction of where Mt. Pleasant is located this road between Lexington and Mr Stokes is taking considerable Frankfort, in the 18308. The interest in the forth coming Friday, June 23, 1916 road later was extended to Louis publication The writer is in receipt of ai ville and was called the Lexington Published every Friday by cars were electrotype of Mr. H. B Hanger and Ohio railroad. The EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. first pulled by horses. The firs of Richmond. Vs., New York, locoim.tive was brought down the where in, Hanger's headquarter.-aiand where his firms nation $I.O Ohio River by boat to Maysvillo DESCRIPTION 0:IK VKAR piece-mea- l by wagon wide contracs are kept track of and hauled Advertising rates maae know on to Lexington. This locomotive COJDIISSIONEK'S SALE. was named in honor of Daniel had Booue. Passenger coacht-secured across the witidows bars MKMBKR OF to prevent passengers sticking out KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION their heads and getting them bumped against the sides of narrow cuts made thru lvlls. W. S. Canning, a civil engineer of Jackson, has been appointed division engineer in this district with head quarters at Winchester. OUR BOONE WAY MAN He has some ten counties in his application s In By Winchester Jamks Maret. territory. John S. King, one of Win chesters leading job printers has Boone's Trail. measure. Mr. King is one of Urews Ferry, we are told, took Winchester's yalued citizens. its name from Zach Crews who was The heaviest rain of the year born in Madison county in 1S02 fell here Sunday night died in 1833 and his remains are in The first frying chickens Winchester cemetery. brought to this market sold for The writer has made arrange- 50 cents per pound The price has ments to have a photograph made fallen to 25 cents. of the monument of Capt. James Two moving picture shows do a Estill, which is in Richmond good business here, running cemetery. It was erected by rel afternoon and night. The price atives some 50 years ago and is in o admission is scentsto one the a fair state of preservation, tho other 10 cents. Both show good time begins to show its relentless features. hand thereon. The monument Quite a number here will enlist is about fifteen feet in height snr for the Mexican skirmish line. mounted by a l.fe size statue of W. E. D. Stokes, of New York, that celebrated historical person owner of Patchen Wilkes Stock age. Farm, near Lexington, also owner Winchester will send a "booster of Hotel Ansonia, West 72nd street train" into eastern Kentucky to New York, has recently furnished advertise her big fair and the city's the writer with some most excel business interests lent unpublished history of the Judge S. B. Disbmon, of business adventures of Daniel a warm Boone Way aud Boone in Virginia, in 1784, near good highways advocate, put the "good roads" plank into the National Democratic at the St. Lonts convention last week Pretty good for the mountains of south-easterKentucky. The Republican platform makes no mention of good roads, one of the leading questions of general interest before the American public today. The Searcy family, at this place has an old "Boone'' chair, which has been handed down thru various families since the days of the great Indian slayer. Cleveland Hays, a Rockcastle boy, is operator at Pattio, in south Winchester, the junction of the new road from here to Irvine. Russel Proctor, of Mt. Vernon, is operator at Heidelburg. He is making an effrt to be transferred to Winchester. Every one of the boys would like to locate in the Clark county capital. We met a traveling man, in the drug store of C. C Davis (the Brown Procioria Pharmacy) that has the gift of writing names or sentences upside down and baf k ward, and can write with two pencils at the same time, begin ing at a common center writing to right and left, the writing to the right is just plain writing but that to the left is reverse and backward and must be placed before a looking glass to be read easily. He does this double writing and carries on conversations with bystanders at the same time. The writer has preserved samples of the writings. Since the writer dubbed J. A. OHver"hel!o Jo," all ot his numer ous friends address him by that Bar-bourvill- a splendid printing outfit, located Col. R. R. Perry, of this place, on Lexington Avenue. He is a is spending the warm mouths at a man of small stature, being Waltonia, his summer retreat, six scarcely three and half feet high, miles above Livingston, up Rock- his office fixtures, including castle river, near Crews Ferry on stands, tables etc. are cut to his e, like the sheep they are. Now as for the Democrats, faced with such a condition, the path lies plain before them. They must fight unitedly for Wilson aud Marshall. The7 mut forproperty, get faction. There cannot be a A undivided interest in two faction in this campaign, only a tracts of land located in Rockcastle Co., Ky. and bounded and described as fol- united party Mr. Cantrill the campaign chairman, will be chosen lows: because he is admittedly the best 1st tract: Beginning at J. H and Wm. Y. Jones" cornfr, a organizer in Kentucky. He is dewhite oak; thence east to a white voted to the President's cause, he ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. oak and beech: thence north to a is intelligent and able. At the Plaintiff, C C Williams, stake, John R. Durham's corner: Vs: Commissioner's Sale thence east to the branch; thencf very outset, it can oe confidently Defendant. Lonnie Brown, soatheast to a stake, southeast ol predicted that RepiesentativeCan-tril- l R. Durham's corner; thenct By virtue of a judgment and order of J too fully realizes the difficult south to a white oak: thence south les of his task to have the slight sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, west to a beach at the branch, .Ino rendered at the April term, 1916, thereest thought of building a personal R. Durham's corner; thence with of in the above cause, I shall proceed to the meanders of the branch to E. jrgauization or a " wet " organioffer for sale at the court house door in Cox's corner; thence west to Wm zation as opposed to " dry". Mt Vernon, Ky., to the highest and MonY. Jones corner, on a little water He must have the support of every best bidder, at public auction, on day June 26, 1916, being regular Counoak; thence southwest to a chestnut: element in the party to carry this thence north to a white oak; thence ty Court day, betwoesthe hours of 11 a. and The Times is certain Northwest to the beinning, contain- State, and 3. p. m upon a credit of six in he will not make the mistake that ing CO acres, more or less. months, the following described propof alienating any of them in the erty, to- - wit: 2nd tract. Lying on the waters of Negro Creek and bounded as fol interest of any person or factior. A one- - fifth undivided interest in a lows:- Beginning on a white oak The fight is for Wilsou; every tract of land lacated in Rockcastle Co , in Robert's field; thance a straight thing Mr. Cantrill will do will be Ky., near what is known as the Alvah line to a white oak in Woodall and Maret place, and bounded as follows,. for Wilson, and within a few da. s On the North by the lands of Alvah Robertas line, thence a straight after he goes to work opposirg Maret, decrased; on the East and South line down the hill to the held of a by the lands of Mose McNew, and on drain; thence down the bank of factioms will be entirely convinced said drain on the west side to a of that. In fact it is very likelj the West by the lands of John Coffee, and containing loO acres, morerr less. stone in Clell Smith's line, near the that they are satisfied of it al county road; thence with said line Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum ready. to a white oak corner: thence a of $16.00 with six per cent, interest The Senators and Congressmtn straight line to the beginning, confrom tee 27th day of December, 1912, must pitch in, must take the taining live acres, more or less. until paid, and the cost of this action. stump' must rally their follower-- . For the purchase price the purchaser Por the purchase pric3 the purchaser must execute bond, with approved sur- - must execute bond, with approved sur- - Mr. Cantill must be given un ety, bearing legal interest fiom dny of ety, bearing legal interest form the swerving universal, and loyal sale until paid, and having the force day of sale until paid and having the support. To sulk will he to stab and effect of a judgment. Bidder will force and effect of a judgment. Bddd-er- s back-Le- t will be prepared to comply prompt-wi- th Woodrow Wilson in the be prepared to comply with these terms worry about factions us G. S. Griffiin, these terms Master Commissioner, G. S, Griffiin, after November. In the mean Rockcasile Circuit Court. Master Commissioner, white let us all be Wilson Demo Rockcastle Circuit Court. crats and carry Kentucky by an COMMISSIONER'S SALE. old time majority. THE CAMPAIGN. Louisville Tines. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT The Republicans have put their , Loutishia Rob;rts, Guard-ian of Gertrude, Gcebel r Plaintiff, best foot foremost in the nominat-atio- n ' and Nathan Roberts, of Charles E. Hughes. Vs: They have closed ranks. In Ken Loutishia Roberts Guard-- , I ian. Gertrude, Goebel Defendants. tucky thev are trying their ut' Children, For Infants and and Nathan Roberts. most to pacify the deserted By virtue of a judgment and order of The Kind You Have Always Bought It seems a foregone sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, conclusion thai Roosevelt will Boars the rendered at the April term thereof, 1916, support Hughes and that many of Signature in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in the Progressives will follow him t: one-half e Children Cry for Fletcher's . Jar-rett- 's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which, has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature oC sp ana has been mauc "unaer ins per-SXff . ? sonal sunervision sinrn its Iiifaiifv. in 5wJ Allow no one to deceive you arethis. " hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment L Just-as-good CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a harmless goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feveri&lmess. Tor 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 Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Oil, Pare- 1 GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (2L&& In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANV. NEW YORK CITV. .c-- r The Man With A Million Needs aicleanbank, 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 prepared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIMK I m CASTOR A Pro-grsssive- s. pla-for- m n S!giS2Pi ffeSliiS DEPOSITS Peoples Bank Is m m mxx -- o-oo W 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 m ! recommendations. hidden cigarette enjoyment if your cigarette is can get away from you None of the YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, salutation. The Clark County Republican will shortly begin publishing a number of illustrations and extracts from advance sheets of Maret's history of Daniel Boone. Trails and Highways. Winchester's Rockcastle colony here, including Dr. M. L. Meyers, Cleveland Hays, C. C. Davis and J. A. Oliver and Miss Nola Jones requests the writer to send their "Straight Cut". The reason it that Straight Cut "draws" so freely and evenly that it gives to you, the smoker, ALL the lively taste, and delightful aroma that some cigarettes can't deliver! It's the difference between your getting ALL the taste or just part of it! The two little words "Straight Cut" are on every package of Favorites notice them, when you try your first package today ! i mam m The Bank of Mt. Vernon 3 J3 MT. VERNON, KY. I M si m gfooo WKIi Soli P H Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, KY Phone 49-S. land Sale for Taxes, 1915. I, or one ot my deputies, will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, June 26th, the following tracts of land, for taxes due County and State: No. 1. S wenney, M rs.W. M . 43 acres 2.01 No. 2. Laswell, W. D., town lot for 1913 ane 1915 39 43 Sowde?, R. E., town lot 5.99 Smith, J. H., town lot 1914 5.70 ThompsonJ.E.. to'n l't 19H 12.28 No 7. jaexxx&x: . Fron tRooms over Baker' S tore r FAVORITE A Straight Cut Cigarette rrgpismR the good out ofgood tobacco X best regards to all old friends back in the mountains. The Boones in Winchester are the lineal descendants of Squire Boone, a brother of Daniel. The celebration and silver jubilee held by the- engineering department of the University of Kentucky last month when a monument was dedicated to the first railroad built west of the Alleghanies, at which many prominent and leading railroad officials were present, recalls the fact that thejfrnter'jf father George D. - TO THE PUBLIC, eave been using Chamberlain's for indigetion fcr the past six months, and it affords me pleasure to say 1 have never used remedy that did me so much good."--MrC. E. Riley, Illio, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets ara obtainable everywhere. "I s. Centers, Wm. 10 acres 81 3 69 Clark, G. W. Durham, Nute, acres 6.71 50 acres 4.59 J.CMoCLARY No. 10. Tyree, W. A., 20forloe for 5 Al$o packed TA T town lot 6.98 Cam MuuinS S. R. C. SERVICES AT THE CHRIST IAN CHURCH FOR SUNDAY Sundav School 9:4a. sec :o p m. prwg iimdeavor 7:00 ,m. 'Hiiiw UNDERTAKER , -- and EMBALMER Pleaching service 8:00 pm. STAN FOR D, KY t VI r VEM'W Gv 1916 -- ? vecGasadeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaftasaaaaaaaacaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeeaaaaacno , Mt. Vernon Ky June 23. Hill. eea- 79 site a.. dp "No. 79" wQen T7C. vv o to Com TLnl' 22::: a- - aa-- a.. a.. a.. LOUISV'LLC &.NASHVILLC P R.CO. T ME TABLE 3:56 a m a.. a a.. a- duality It'sPRICE NEVER afSa. ,vw3rs f ...'.................a..........' ! . r.ja I MADE ANYTHING T!h.2tt Counts CHEAP 5 Zs' s. a "mm a B "aaaa a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a.. norm 24 north 23 south 'ZL South '22 5.I0 p m a a.c am 12:13 a m You can buy a mule for $50 or you can buy one for $200. It isn't "a aaa the price you pay, but the mule you get that counts. Our line of CLOTHING, SHOES and FURNISHINGS for Men, Young Men and Boys is by long odd's the best in this community. You can rest assured that whatever you buy at FISH'S is the best that can be found. - n:44 Tas. Landrum, Agent. ailA... a Phone No. 8. !! Entered t the Mt Vernon, Ky. Posto5ce mail matter. as Eecond-cias- e a'-aaa.- . Come In and See the N'ew Styles m 'a .a - PERSONAL David Mr Craig was over from a a.. w( JV iU "v We Give Booster Tickets x. a a a a a 71 . Lancaster Sunday. Harve Steele of London was here Tuesday. Miss Jo Davis has been on the ax r Qf f?5 sick list this week. F. L. Thompson was in Louisville during the week. Prof. J. L. Pilkenton was up from Brodhead Saturday. , Atty. J. Tucker Bowling of Harlan, was here Tuesday. Judge Herman Frith f Brodhead, was in town Tuesday. T. K. Tutor, the Stanford Produce Alan, was here Monday afternoon Mrs. Fannie Adams and Miss Tevis Bethurum are visiting in e " iakt7g lJlwyll YYSI iw WAlK" ffi-- IfX JJ .s s X MAIL ORDERS filled 1 Xj A 1 I II V iv A promptly UiSg and we pay PARCEL POST anywhere a a V gr THE QUALITY STORE ...... titt.iaM W tiiiflii!la!!!!!!;!!!!!'':''i iaia2122!!Z22222!!sa.a.a amamammmmmmimmmm9mmmmtm9mtmmmtammmatmt aBLaBiaaaalaaiZZZZ2Z.ZZ. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa w"v """"raaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWW " BM Sj:::: BK wLosedStotchV zzMlfrnxrit. ArYMM HNS i ''Km$!lJrzsf&352eL'imm' " SPECIAL Su mmer Suit Sa We Guaiantee Them ry one of our FISH'S $15 , lanma cWSSiMs ,pM;3r -- a Satisfactory. faVVw aT i ..-- .. . .tei "SZEr aai TawBal VA aa a a f LOCAL Middlesboro . M. Davis and family of Somerset are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H Mcb'erron. Chester Landrum is working for E F. Bryant at the Pine Hill de pot for the week. Mrs. O. A. West of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs J C West for the past week. Miss Emma Combs is here from South America, the guest of Mr. and Mrs W B Reinke Miss Annie T French o! Wildie is spending a few days with her cousin Miss Julia T Fish. Miss Bonnie Nicely and brother Kussel, are spending a few days with relatives at Level Gieen, Martin L. Jones, a hustling young business man of Wildte. was bere on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Magee and children of Corbin were with Mr. and Mrs. R. A Sparks Sunday. Stephen Laugford of Wildie, who has been te'egraphing at WhJ esburg, was in town yester- Palm Beach suits at the price The Durrett Construction Co. you want to pay a, Fish's. have begun putting on the stone Panama Hatii for the young on the pike to Roundstone. men and older men at Fish's Frank Brown of London and New Collars, New Ties and D. S.Garber, a Knoxville business every thing new at Fish's. man, came thru this A. M in a It is better to wear Fish's $15 new Overland. They were the first Special Suits than to wish you had. to cross Rockcastle River on the To morrow is BOOSTER DAY Ferry at Livingston. Mr. Brown in Mt. Vernon. If you have tickets expects to go on to Crab Orchard bring them in and tell your neigh- and back on the noon train to London to pilot the Dixie Highway bors to bring theirs too. men over Wildcat Mountain this The schoal board did not elect a afternoon, reaching here to night. principal Saturday, but ve understand there are several applicants and a selection will probably be made at the next meeting. Round trip Louisville July S540 limAug. ited to Aug. i4. Account, Kentucky Negro Exposition and half Century Anniversar" of Negro freedom. 26-27 Mrs. -- Julia Proctor 6fJ aged about years, died at her home near Wildie Wednesday of Consump tion. The deceased was a splen did Christian woman and will be greatly missed in her family and by her neighbors and friends. The burial took place yesterday at the Maret burying ground. Lee Webb a coal miner at East E F. Bryant is working at the L. & N. Depot while O. A. Fergu- Bernstadt, enraged at his wife son is in Louisville for a few because she had left him, went to the exchange, where she was days Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Hysinger emploved, and when no one was are the proud parents of a iii.e present but his wife, seized her James boy Lester and cut her throat from ear to named ear He then ran to Altamont Hy si age v. a distance of one mile, cut Logan Bryant is in Louisville his own throat four times and to dy for a new Ford to take the then threw himself, across the place of the one sold Cox and railroad track. His body was Thompson. badly mangled by a freight train Kay. Miller, youngest son of the which passed a few minutes afterlate M. C Millar, is here Irom wards. Mrs. Webb is still alive Vetsailles. Ray is now a grown and it is thought will recover. man and full six feet The County Judge, County Master Bill Reinke celebrated his third birthday Tuesday. He Attorney, County Court Clerk had as eruests for the occasion all and 6ve Magistrates were guests of his little Kindergarten friends. of the Brodhead Commercial Club, yestesday for a day ride over the Miss Myrtle and O D. Bryant went to Louisville this a. ra. to Boone Way from Brodhead, thence make the trip back home with to Lancaster, Danville and other thier brother Logan in a new points, the entire trip being over the Boone Way. Brodhead's Ford. progressive business men have Mastei John Thomas Mullins organized themselves into a Comof Livingston, is spending a few mercial body for purpose,' net the weeks with his grand parents Mr. only of being more effective . in and Mrs. 'f B. Lair, near Mt. matters pertaining to their town Vernon. from a business standpoint, but Mr. and Mrs. Albert Albright, the completion of Boone Way on of Elgin were here Monday on . to thP T.inonln .Imp . hincr vruv f ......w nna . their way toMortn aaiem, ina. ro the chief aims n vj Albright's mother County will soon hive pike visit Mrs Mrs. G. G. Sowder. completed to the Rockcastle line, . n f ... .1 Pennington ana iamuy 01 iana jn ora-eJeff to have an outlet. ' Livingston will move to rur town ttjat portion ot the road from Brod-abou- t July i5 th. they will occupy head to the Lincoln line is one of the M. G. Kish place in Rich- the important parts This road is mond St and Mr. Pennington ex- very bad in winter and during a any time of the pects to open a store here. We wet season-a- t welcome these splendid people year. Brodhead has a live bunch back home. of business men, and when they wife, and son. of set their heads to do a thing, they Henry Barnett law are alwavs found working hand in bt. Lonis and his mother-iMrs. Francis Mercer and niece, hand for the accomplishment of Miss Alva Mercer of Decautur 111 that purpose. Atty. E. R. Gen- arrived last night to visit Mr and try has very kindly agreed to act Mrs. J. B. Cummins and other as reporter for the occassion and relatives. They came through in in our next issue we will have a a car, leaving bt Louis Tuesday full and complete account of the trip. morning. day. other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local J. M. Craig was here the first ol emedies, and by c onstantly failing the week gatherng up a car load to cure with local treatment, prootiamos at a cts. per 10. ai- nounced it incurable. Catarrd is bert Hasty has returned to Osborne a local disease, greatly influenced Kansas after several months stay 0'cocjj. by constitutional conditions and Miss with his parents here. Herbert Cox and . therefore requires constitutional t (Thntnnsnn have nurchased a Va.&Tenn. Detective Agency, treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, of Mt. Vernon are spending the exmanubactured by F. J. Cheney & Incorporated. week with the family of their Ford from Bryant Bros., and pect to be always ready to haul Mahoney Building, Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitu Unch W. L. DeBord and other Bristol, Tenn. Va. tional remedy, is takeu internally relatives. This has been a very passengers anywhere anytime. and acts thru the Blood on the busy week with the farmers, as it The first shovel cf dirt moved Mucous Surfaces of the System. is wheal harvesting time with on Boone Way In Rockcastle Fish's are offering some One Hundred Dollars reward for Fred L. Durham has resigned most of them, but the wheat crop County was moved Monday mornWhite Pumps at $1 25 and any case that Hall's Catarrh Cure as Secretary of the Mt. Vernon is very light on account of the ing on the line to Brodhead. $1.50 for Women and Misses. tails to cure. Send for circulars Mr. and Mrs. There has been a force of 30 or 40 Fair, owing to the fact that his early drought. and testimonials. work with W. J. Sparks Co. is J A. Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. men at work all week and still F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, FOR FLETCHER'S R. L. Hasty spent Sunday with working and we hope soon to see increasing so much that he cannot Ohio. Sold bv Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation J. Jim Maret's dream come true. handle it all successfully. W. H. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brown Fish, who was Secretary in 1914, T. Vanhook was at home from Rock is being crushed and will finish the job. The catalog Barbourville for a few days last spread on the Dixie Highway out is most ready for the press. The week. Mrs. E. R. Gentry of Mt. the Richmond way. The Steam "1ANLAC IS BEST REMEDY AN Association has cut out all trot- Vernon, agent for the girl's can roller is right on the job and mak ting races except county races and ning club was here a few days aud ing things smooth as a floor. added more and better show besides her lectures of canning she One that has not been out that way EARTH FOR CATARRH; I rings instead. This will give our also gave the girls lessons on sav since the work started would people more chances to share in ing, and their meetings will surely hardly realize there could have Mr. and Mrs. been such a change. the premiums to be given. The prove beneficial. Mose Singleton and daughter Max-in- e dates are Wednesday, Thursday Ciiford, Rockcastle Remember the of Somerset passed thru here and Friday. Aug. Bible School Jb'riday on their way to Stanford to County Christian President M. M. Allison and visit Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Broyles Convention is to be held at Wildie suffered from catarrh for I aches, headaches, and bad blood Field Secretary Gailbreth of the they stayed over Friday night Sunday, July 30th. J. W. Brown, four years and found Tanlac to be dissappear. It is not marvelous Dixie Highway Association are Rev. who teaches a class of thirty to with Mrs. J. M. Brown. the best remedy on earth", said it is just natural. expected here this afternoon or Henry Measles of Clarence will forty men here, expects to be Mr. Mike Giltord, a farmer who tonight on their tour of the EastWhen you have a nervous Other preach at Poplar Grove next Sun- there with his class. lives near Lexington. ern Route of the DIXIE HIGH- day. breakdowu and cannot sleep at Mr. D. M. Ponder of classes from this and other county " It is, also, a good all around night how Tanlac comforts you. WAY from Chattanooga North. Livincrston and a Mr. Bibee ot schools are expected. medicine for the system". Reports from down the line inIt is a tower of strength that Irvine were here several days last BAD TO HAVE A COLD Tanlac is much like a good keeps your body well by attend dicate that they have been get-in- g week leasing land for oil and gas. HANG ON. wife or husband. It seems so ing to the little things, such as a royal welcome all along the Mrs. R. B. Saylor who was very on, natural for it to aid health that relieving constipation, indigestion Don't let vour cold hang line. At Barbourville and London sick last week is improving. rack your svstem and become often it is not appreciated. gas and bloating after meals, sour the Commercial Clubs f.nd Good Wade Graves the telephone man chronic when Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Wake up now, and begin to Road Organizations had a recep was through stomach and loss of appetite. here last Friday Honey will you. It heals inflamTanlac. It is worth it. It Tanlac is being specially intro-puce- d tion committee to meet them and repairing the lines, phones, etc. mation, soothes the cought and does so many things in such an had a big rally at night at each of in Mt. Vernon at R. H. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Bloomer loosens the phlegm. You breathe easy way that possibly you do Miller, also at Central Drug these places We understand were over Pine troni Ocala first of the easier at once Dr. Bell's Syrup not note. It helps digestion and Co., Livingston, and lohn plans are well under way for Tar Honey is a laxative Tar week. Mr. Frank Jones spent the pine tar balsam heals the raw relief from this derangement often Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead their reception here by members Saturday night and Sunday with spots, loosens the mucous and restores the entire system. A W. M. Owens' store, Burr, Line of the Commercial Club and Good John Thomas at 0. K., Ky. C. prevents irritation of the bron- tittle assistance renaerea to over- - Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. Welch Berea; J Reynolds and Roads people. You will know E. Mullins was through here last chial tubes. Just get a bottle of worked kidneys has made back- - Son, Bee Lick. them by their white Maxwell car week calling on the merchants. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey today, in which they will arrive. Meet its guaranteed to help you. At J. L- - Hasty was in Somerset one druggists. them and show them we want day last week to see noted Tomorrow is Booster Day in Mt. Vernon. L?1 rM :xt:i 1 Where there's a way thers's a r. Ford, Where there's a Ford there's a Way. Evangelist J. L. Davis oi the Church of Christ will preach in the Court housB m Mt Vernon 0n Monday night July 10 that 7:30 DETECTIVES WANTED. There is more Catarrh in this The undersigned Agency will section of the conntry than all consider applications for membership from certain localities in Kentucky. We look after Criminals, Collect Names and Addresses of Farmers, etc. Collect debts and furnish commercial reports to business concerns. We pay salary and fees. For full particulars Earnest write. CnllclreiL Cry O ASTO R1A tow," 9-i- o-u. says I Lexington "I ob-ser- va DIXIE HIGHWAY. The marriage that of Miss Ruth Reppert of Lexington and Danville and Mr. Harry Millard Nor ris was solemnized this morning early at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Mark Collis.in Fayette Park. They are an attractive and popular young couple and many friends hear the news of their marriage with interest and good wishes This quiet manner of celebrating thier nuptails was preferred bv the bride and bridegroom and only members ot the family were present After the ceremony the happy couple left for Louisville, where they will make tLeir home. The bride wore her traveling gown of blue with pretty hat and corsage bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley. She is the niece of Mrs. J. G. Irvine of Danville and has resided in Lexington for a number of years, going to school here at Sayre College, and her gaurdian. living in this city. M r. Norris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Norris of North Lime-an- d holds a position in Louisville. The couple were remembered with many handsome gifts. physician. We have not learned whether or not he has been benefited. From the way people are going to see him, it seems that the Doctors here wiT have to get another job Cay Thompnon has sold his farm to W. . DeBord, price unknown, Mr. Thompson will probably move out in Pulaski. Miss Essie Brown was the guest of her Cousin, Miss Emma Brown castof:. n n,.,nrn V. Children Or FR FLETCHER'S Poultry Poultry Ship us your Poultry and receive highest price andprompt returns. HouchensBros. WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS last Saturday night. There are fewer empty houses in and around Mt. Vernon now A thin has ever been known We und- rstand there is being - LUiH Kurfees Carriage Paint 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. BUILDIJNG ,. VTERfcL Kurfees Furniture Polish shine like new. It cleans and polishes at one operation any and all kinds of FURNITURE. HARDWOOD FLOORS and INTERIOR WOODWORK. Will make your f nrnl-tn- re -- 1 I MILL WORK Get Our Prices and We Will Get Your Trade r built a ferry boat to convey n mobiles and wagons castle River at Livingston. The capacity will be at lea-- t two autos or wagons and we predict that the promoters will be kept busy a good part of the time This ferry which is expected to begin operating today will be of great benefit to motorists traveling over the picturesque Eastern Dixie High Way. autoRocks.cross Proctor & McKenzie ffctie surface.! It positively will not gum or remain sticky. Easily applied with a cloth. all dirt and dust, leaving a superb polisn to the It thoroughly removes The Mt. Vernon Fair Assn. has several good concessions for sale. If interested see or write Secretary W. H. Fish, at once. I -- I 52 HTjraWON,KY. A very small investment In the KURFEES CARRIAGE PAINT will make the old vehicle look good as new. This paint is made of the highest grade of KAURI GUM COACH VARNISH and PURH COLORS and in all the popularbuggy colors. It is easily applied, dries quickly with a high gloss finish. a) cetera. "Can tod m tk tn-te-- dt PIONEER DRUG STORE CHASf, L. DAVIS, Prop, . 'Phone 87 ?v- l in n "m, .JgSSMBHgZStr5i rf Z- ?r - i&KrV,i- -- 1 I, --"- -- - T 'i i tin 1 " r Tf ii'iiif ii'nn B '' r""irr" r" '' BECAUSE Otthe April term, 1916, thereof in the a- SALL. COMMISSIONER'S bove cauae, I shall proceed to offer for CAR, BUY A FORD BECAUSE IT IS A sale at the court house door in Mt. VerROCKCASTLE BIRCUIT COURT. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. non: Ky., to the highest and best biddPlaintiffs er, at public auction, on Monday, June W. A. Mink and J. Fish, &c , riaintins, M. F. DRA.TON, i Vs: Commissioner's Sale. 26, 1916, bcir.g regular County Court j Commissioner's bale. Vs: Myrtle and Albert 1 Defendants. day, between the hours of 11 a. in. and J. S RoVK, Admr. of j Harrison, 3. p. m. upon a credit of six months, i ' ' " .., i . r Defendants. By virtue of a jndments and order of the following described property, RoWE, dec'd ale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, John rendered at the April term, 1916, there By virtue of a judgment and order of The mineral on or under a tract of of, in the alxive cause, I shall proceed land in Rockcastle and Jackson coun sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, to offer for sale at rhe court house door ties, on both sides of the Madison rendered at the April term, 1916, there- in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest State Road, and bounded as follows: '.of, in :ho above cause, I shall proceed and best bidder, at public auction, on 2-KOn the headwaters of Horse Lick to' offer for sale at the court hou e loori -& Monday, June 2G, 191G, hsing regular and Crooked Creek and known as the in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and County Court day, between the hours old Rus&el Howard farm, beginning at best, bidder, at pnblic auction, on of ii a in. and 3 p m. upon a credit a double gum, a corner to J. Cole's June 26, 1916, being regular J. of six months, the following described land on the east side of the State Road, County Court day, between the hours property, thence northwest, crossing the State of 11 a m and 3 p. m., upon a credit Two tracts of land located in Rock- Road, to a chestnut; thence a nortewes' of six months, the following described castle County, Ky. on the waters of course, by way of a marked chestnut a properly, t: d A Boone's I?ork and adjoining eace other, straight line to Allen's land, a stake; interest in a tract of and bounded ;md described as follows: thence with Allen's line a, southerly land in Rockcastle County, Ky, on the Tract 1. Hegsnning at a post course to Solomoni Griffin's land, tu a waters of Skeggs Creek and bounded oak, corner line of I5en Purccll pine tree: thence with Griffin's line an as follows: THEREFORE A and Anee During, at the cuunty easterly course, crossing a large hollow On the south by the lands of W. A. Mink; on the north by the lands road: thence with said Purrell's by way of a large rock, corner on the line, east a straight line to the cor- south side of the hill; thence with of Milt Renner; on the west by the ner of said Prewttt and Purcell: Griffin's line an easterly course to a landsof W. A. Kin ley. and containthence a westerlj course with said poplar corner near the forks of the hol ing 175 acres, more or less. Exclu Prewitt's line to the county road, low: thense down the branch a marked ded from said boundary is a tract (Copper Creek road): thence with line to a small white oak, near a path of obout 50 acres sold by W, H. F. O. B, DETROIT said road to the beginning and con- nnd pile of rock: thense a southeast Roe to his daughter, Lucinda taining 21 acres, more or less. Rowe Adams and her heirs, course, acrrss the point, with Griffin's Tract 2 Beginning at a large line to a black jack on the west sidy of or sufficient theieof to produce the sum dollblack oak .standiugon the east side the State Road; thense crossing the of one hundred and seventy-fou- r cents ($174,38 )with of the Mt. Vernon and Copjer road, down a point to a chestuut on the ars and thirty-eigh- t Creek road, it being a corner to 7. point of a cliff: thence a northeast di six per rent interest thereon from the T. Brock's line and lohn Belcher's rection to a maple on the side of the 8th 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. For the purchas price the purchaser Hunt's line: thence with the same Margaret Sim's corner, a white oak: .IS poleito what is said to be thence with Slim's line, a straight line, must execute bond! with approved sur-- 1 S4 an agreed line betweein Alexander by way of a marked black oak to J. J. e'y, bearing legal interest from date of and Sarah Prewitt: thence with Drew's land; thence with J. J. Drew's sale until paid and having the force same N 67 V 30 poles to a black line to the begtnning, containing 29.") and effect of a judgment. Bidder will MM be prepared to comply with these oak: thence X 39 y2 V to a stone acres. standing at the side of the obove For the purchase price the purchaser terms. G. S. Griffin, mentioned road: thdnce a north- must execute bond, with approved SurAlso have a few hundred acres of east direction, with said road, to ety, bearing legal interest f jrm the day Master Commissioner. desirable mineral rights to se'l. Rockcastle Circuit Court. the beginning and containing 12'2 of sale until paid and having the force It is not worth while to speas of acres, more or les and effect of a judgment. Bidder will the water on these farms, as it is For the purchase price the pnrchaser lie prepared to comply promptly with well known that Rockcastle is one must execute bond, with approved sur- these terms. Wanted: aoo able bodied men to ety, bearing legtl interest from day of of the best watered couuties in G. S Griffin, pitch horse shoes, employment sale until paid and having the force and Master Commissioner, this state or any other state. All steady for the next thirty days in effect of a judgment. Bidder wiil be Rockcastle Circuit Court of these farms are handy to order to give the old employees a prepared to comply with these teims COMMISSIONERS SALE. I NOT IT is .. -- r , wiaarD. -i I S T3CK bUKJJ ZXi AAA Mo-da- y, to-wi- t: ta-wi- THE BEST THE STRONGESTA THE CHEAPEST THE LIGHTEST PLEASURE one-thir- CAR OF SERVICE CAR OF Over a million and a half satisfied owrurs confirm its greatness RUNABOUTS $390. TOURING CAR $440. . Phone 69 BRYANT BROS., Distributors MT. VERNON j ' MM ' SreGlkGiGL SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, FROM G S Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court COMMISSIONERS SALE. FORETHOUGHT. People are learning that a little ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. T. N. XoE,Ailmr of ) I R. .M. Johnson, Vs: j" huutiff, AUCE Hellard and &c , J Defendants T. N. Noe. Admr. of Commissioner's Sale. Plaintiff, Elizabeth Tohn.on t Vs: Alice Hellard &c, Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered forethought often saves them a big expense. Here is an instance:' E. W. Archer, Caldwell Ohio writes: "I do not believe that our family has been without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since we commenced keeping honse years ago, When we go on an extended visit we take it with us." Obtainable everywhere. 3q3C33!q3 X33" GRANVILLE OWENS I j UNDERTAKER ! Brodhead Ky - COM PLETE LINE Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled x363ea6.B3Q w I UNDBBTAKEB Our line of Couch Casket is unexcelkJ Hmd-mad- e ! churches and schools and the chance to take their summer vaca county has under consideration, 4 tion. Apply to O. H. Frith. turnpikes out of the town of Mt. James Rarnett. jr , left on Vernon, north and south, east and Thursday of last week for New west. Several miles have been Having decided to west, let and work already begun. York, where he has a position ss mtnr nf n j vp.nr old son of the wjn 0ffer for pale, privately all of Those farms are on the pike road , Qf & mllliormire MrS .7. M my property, both personal and leading south from Mt. Vernon., Rhiilev are with i real, as follow, un'il August loth, on the waters of Dry Fork and relatives in Grant county ana in and on that day I will close all Skeggs Creek and most of this that remains unsold at public auc- land 'a limestone land and tine Cincinnati this week. Mrs I li Storm is quite sick at this writing. tion at my home, Hansford, Ky: producing and grass land. Will Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Albright Real estate for sale on easy sell on easy terms any part of this and children, were the guests of &r&nar&-fctrXterms: Farm or tract No. 1 of land or all as a whole. Anyone the Rev. Duke, and family at 1C0 acres. 4 miles south of Mt. wishing to buy land, either for in- Somerset from Sunday until Vernon, with storehouse, dwell vestment or home, will do well to W ing house and barn, and three call and go over thi land, and get Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs R. L. Smith, of the Hiatt section, were tenant houses, several good coal For the with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt my price and terms. mines from which Mt. Vernon benelit of those who might know Sunday afternoon The Rev. R. and surrounding country get the these farms and locate them bet- B. Baker held regular services at greater part of its coal suply. ter by name, I will name them by the Christian church saturday Farm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 their former owners: Tract No and Sunday. Mrs. Jacob Elder miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 as the Sand Spring coal was the guest of her son, Walter houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in known fields; Tract No. 2 known as the Elder at Crab Orchard during the growing crop, 60 acres in grass Will Price farm at Sand Spring; week. Mrs. D. H. Cottengim and balance in woodland; adjoin No. 3 known as the old was in Condon this week. Willing farm No. 1, so as to make one Tract Tommy Graves valley larm; iam Francisco is working in Cinwell located farm if purchaser 4 known as the K. J. No cinnati. Wm. Mayfield, an old should desire both tracts. Farm Tract McKinney farm; Tract No. 5 and respected citizen of near Gum No. 1 lies on east side of of creek known as the W. G. Nicely farm Sulphur, died Monday. His re- and mostly underlaid with coal. p36acSp at Hansford; Tract No. 6 known mains was brought here WedneS' Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, as the Mat Deboard and later the day morning, and afcer short rather a valley farm, with some Albert Hamlin farm near Level services at the grave by the Rev. coal in the hill. Green. A. J. Pike, was buried in the Farm No. 3 of i9o acres, f mile west of farm, No. 2; a PERSONAL PROPERTY for Methodist church cemetery. Mr. K $DC883C Mayfield is the father of Mrs. jood strong valley farm in good sale on easy terms: 8 work mules; i wagons; state of cultivation and not very hack Robert Payne of this place. Mrs. John Robins and Everett much improvement. About 100 bed; newTstirrey; 1 rubber tire NOTICE! - $1.50 i uuwt 25th ROUND TRIP Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. G. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. j 1 I avau-m- vi- - 1 THE OLD RELIABLE ,ye&z$3iiulgx&CK JONAS McKtNZIt General Merchandise B &. M a A AIM B Hi MB 1 ;&c$x.&x$xs A goocTline of one-hal- Farm Implements $D&$& 3CC33&C , 1 1 j )ffins furuishec "1 1 mmsmm. All Phone 94-S Hearse sent to all parts of the County. orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX; MT. VERNON, KY. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. I had gotten so weak I I could not stand, and gave up in despair. Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. dose, I could tell From the very first Came to Rescue. it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place," Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try -- years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved md for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: CtutUnooea Meildne Co.. Ladles' boob confined to njy bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special book. ' Horn Instructions en your cut and 4 Hut, aothing secaedjo do me any good. Treatment fr Women," sent in plain wrapper. -- 7 acres cleared, balance in wood- buggy; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 Watson were jn Mt. Vernon Monland. turning plows; 3 section harrows; day. Mr. and Mrs F. L.Durham Farm No. 4 of 2?i acres, 5 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva of Mt. Vernon, were with their miles south of Mt. Vernon, in tors; i double shovel plows; 4 bull parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watin good state of cultivation, well tongue plow?; 1 mowing machine; son, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. interest in 1 bin and Mrs. D. B. Albright will improved; 1 good dwelling house, 2 rakes; one-hal- f A inch rake charge of the Hotel Frith barn and storehouse and all other der; about 2500 ft. of necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon JW first, will run their restaurant houses. This farm is a creek Fair Association; i, 12 horse in connection and furnish lunches farm, running to the hilltops, power boiler and engine; all of my for all trains We aie certainly with some workable coal in the interest in about 200 acres of glad to see these good people take hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard growing crops, to be sold as it charge of this hotel. Mrs. J. J. McCall, of Maret set out this spring, consisting of stands or so much per bushel at stores and fix- burg, was the guest of her daughabout 500 Stayman Winesap ap- gathering time. 2 ples and 5oo Elberta peaches, if tures, one store at Hansford and ters, Mrs. J.J.Albright and Mrs. all are true to name, with a guar one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases B. ii. Wilmott, during the week. Mrs. VV. E Gravely, and childanty from the company to prune 2 desks; 1 typewriter; r iron safe; and spray for 3 years. Holes 1 share in Peoples Bank; r share ren, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. weie dynamited for trees and in Mt Vernon Fair Association; H. Hutcheson, in Middlesboro, great care taken in setting the or- 25 shares in Central Life Insur- this week. The Brodhead Comchard. Also about 6 acres of ance Co.; 2 shares in Don Over mercial Club started this morning Other orchard on this farm. This land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, (Thursday), with four magistrates. is the farm for the stockman; a Xud.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural County Judge G M. Ballard, County Attorney E R. Gentry, County good farm and well watered and Credit Association. Court Clerk S. F. Bowman, Logan W. M. Bullock. only a few years to wait tor a Bryant, and fifteen or more from young fortune from growing fruit this place in automobiles over a Farm No. 5 of 258 acres, adportion of the Boone Way, and BOWEL COMPLAINTS will take dinner at Lancaster, joining farm No. 4, with one good IN INDIA. a stop in Crab Orchard, dwelling house, barn and store In a lecture ut one of the Des rnake Stanford, Danville and other honsoT4 tenant houses and barns, Moines, Iowa, churches a missionplaces where roar1 construction is good orchard; known to be as ary from India told of going into under way. A full account will good if not the best stand for mer- the interior of India, where he appear in this paper next week by chandise in the county. Also has was taken sick, that he had a a special reporter. a good coal mine. botte of Chamberlain's Cholic, Farm No. 6 of 250 acres, 2 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy FOR FLETCHERS miles west of farm No. n; good with him and he beleived that it valley farm, in good state of cul- saved his life. This remedy is tivation; good honse and barn; used successfully in India both as I am prepared to make photos, good orrhard; 1 tenant house; a preventive and cure lor cholera. I have experienced help. Give about 10 acres cleared and the You may know from this that it me a call and I will try to please balance in woodland. can be depended upon for ' the you. I will take poultry, eggs 3 town lots in Bethurum & Lew- milder forms of bowel complaint and meat in exchange for Photos is Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. that occur in this country. Ob- Mrs. Judith Thompson and 1 lot in Jersey City, N. J. tainable everywhere. West Main Street j Going West? Want some reliable information about any of the country west of the Rockiea Ciilifornio, Oregon, Washington, Mali o.Montan a, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas? Want to know something about farming opportunities, railroad rates, routes, automobile highways, hotels, resorts prices of land, methods of farming, etc.? It's our business to know all about this Poeific Slope country. Sunset Magazine is the one big national magazine, reflecting the life of this country and giving accurate information concerning its growth and development. Send 10 cen:s for a sample copy of Sunset Magazine and write us a letter asking for whatever information you desire concerning any state in ehe West. J SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICEBUREAU Sanfrancisco SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Said stock of merchandise will be sold in bulk, as well as the cross Plaintiff, ties, and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to give John Mccracken, vs: Owens Bros,. Qbildreu Cvv MSTORI4 Defendants. bond wilh approved surety, due By virtue ot a judgment and or- - and payable in 3 months and bear- ing at the rate of 6 per uti ui aait uiauc uuu cuicicu 111) cent,interest per annum and having the the above styled action at the April Term, I9I6, of the Rock- force and effect of a judgment, said bond will be castle Circuit Court, the under- the undersignedmade payable to special comsigned Special Commissioner, missioner, to satisfy plaintiff's will on Monday, June 26th 1916, debt, interest interest and cost at the store house of Owens Bros., namely $250 00 with legal interest; near Cooksburg Rockcastle Coun- from February 25. 1916, and $17.50 costs. ty, Kentucky. between the I R. McCracken, hours of 9o'clock a. m and 4 o'Special Commissioner, clock p. m sell at public outcry Rockcastle Circuit Court. to the highest and best bidder the STOMACH TROUBLE following property: AND CONSTIPATION. One stock of general merMI will cheerfully say that chandise, consisting of drv goods, Chamberlain's Tablets art the satnotions and groceries, hardware, isfactory remedy lor stomach etc. also too hewn cross ties, 7 x troubles and constipation that I a, 8 it. long, ana all the outH have sold in thirty-bou- r years' standing book accounts amount drug store aerwice'writes g H Murphy, druggist, Welc'hborg. n! ing to about $100.00. Y. Obtainable everywhere. ! -- H SJV - V? r ., V