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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916063001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Vv k .. St MiiMvmfaJdK PMWl ROCK.CABTLE Established 1887 NUMBER .40 wuh. COUNTY KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 30. 1916 the subscribing witnesses, being present. Edward Bargor, thoon- ly son, is the chief beneficiary. 0. H. Frith was appointed admin istrator of the es'.ate of his father, the late T. S. Frith, Monday. Mrs. Larkin Hicks is visiting relatives in Lancaster, this week. Big Jim Thompson and Frank Thompson wore horo this week and closed a deal with R. L. Smith 6 "Good Will?" Mr jw' You've often heard that the "good will " of a certain buisiness was worth a But you will" means Let's our stop Hanna's Lustro - Finish for .fourteen cattle, $500 being the ' lot of money. and they will look SDick and Tho two little consideration. span under the hardest wear. daughters of Mrs. Etta Woford, It stains and varnishes at' did ever for Lena, 12 years, and Edna, 10 years one application. You can buy lt good ? old, wards of Duvall Lodge No. 6, F. & A. M., Bardstown, Ky., are ' spending a part of their summer example store as use vacation with their mother at the of in any wood color to match your home of Rev. andMrs. A. B. Pot-or- f. DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT wooawork. it will dry with a tough else. We realize that it is best not of HELP RHEUMATISM? elastic coating that will to worry our Livingaton friend not show heel marks. Also season after season, come Ask the man who uses it, he lurther about the political situa fine for furniture, stair knows. "To think I suffered all tion. He realizes that fate is sure because they treads, window these wbeo one '25c bottle of against him and his party, and sills and all prices woodwo k. Sloan's Liniment cured me," while his fever is at 100 degrees or writes one grateful user. If you more, he launches off on the good And it's this continuous patronage that is one of Will Not have Rheumatism or suffer from roads proposition, scoring the our biggest. assets, That's why we carry merchandise Fade Neuralgia, Backache, Soteness Brodhead people because the work of high quality and do our best to please everybody and stiffness, dont put off get- happened to begin between Mt. who conies in. ting a bottle of Sloan's. It will give you such welcome relief. It Vernon and the best town on the Maybe you're already on our "good will" list. warms and soothes the sore, stiff map, Brodhead. He also takes ocCome in anyhow and see our new lines tor Spring. painful p'aces and you feel so casion to hand one to the Fiscal . Buy it at any Daug Court, and says that "we are more Store, only 25 cents. deserving than Brodhead", that 2X11 "Brodhead defeated the bond ?3C3cCS4ZiCB39CJC Now we have never heard by anyone that the Fiscal Court IMBO LUNCEFORD, who fell had intended to do anything exover a cliff near the J. D. Marcept to build a line of pike from tin Tobacco Factory about three Laurel to the Lincoln county line, yxzixr-T-znzB- a weeks ago, is thought to be and we believe that the men who In the fall he injured one compose our Fiscal Court has the knee to such an extent that it interest of the county at heart, and Was thought that an operation gave us a run so fast that he bad burned 'out would have to bo had in order will do just what they feel is best people oi urab urcnard royal welcome. Speeches were some part of his machine and to save amputation, but Dr. E. J. for the people of tile county. made by Mr. Skyles, Mr. Hans bad to stop for repairs. Lincoln Brown was here from Stanford The people of Brodhetd and vicinBOOSTING 3&3C&3C& ford and the "Cicero of the Moun county has a good pike from the Monday in consultation with our ity are willing to leave the matter H And Pulling Together ft With Brodhead Commercial tains" to which Judge Ballard and Garrard county line, but it shows home doctors and it was thought wholly in the hands of the court, 38ac$ac3pcr$& makes Our Town crow ' From Crab to a disadvantage after leaving then to show signs ot healing, believing that they mean to mete others responded. while the " Hand of justice to the common people. Orchard dinner was ordered for the splendid .pike , built out of therefore the operation was post ont - On reaching Stanford, By E R. Gbntuy. desire to inform our Livlngeton quality" is always pointing to Jiig- Values thirty at Lancaster, where we ar Lancaster. until .ajalter-date- . Mrs I ' Brodhead gave an f riend-Hha- t late, we found ?oned Shejtpn anji, Brodheadj Everyim6 the second hand of tho clock ticks our no'ghboring rived nbontr "iso'clock. After nearly two hours children town towards the setting of the enibying a splendid ' dinner the that nearly everybody Imd given us Friday from a visit to rel over whelming vote in favor of the off a minute something good goes over our sun , has long been known- - and crowd was invited to tho Commer out 'and gone to Chautauqua, but atives in Boston and' Shepherds-ville- bond issue, and we Invite him to counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes recognized for its progressive, cial Club room for rest and a so- those remaining in town gave us Mr. and Mrs.Walter Wal-li- consult the recdrds if be thinks every customer a repeater. Make our Store a citizenship but until cial meeting with the business a warm welcome and called a ot Danviile, were, the guests this is untrue. We realize that Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to While there meeting in the court house, where of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wallin last the Fiscal Court cannot build all recently it has lacked one men of Lancaster. county at one time, and get posted on good things. thitig, which has beon supplied tho writer dropped in to seo Mr. J. C. McClary, a Rockcastle, week. Mrs. WalterlSmith was over thb iu the organization of a strong David Craig, a Rockcastle boy bred and born, welcomed the vis- here last week, the guest of her that they had to have a starting We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, Charles Thomp- itors cordially and referred to parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. place, and we have nothing to say and effective Commercial Club. making gcod.-anMeal, Meat, Shipstuif, Hay, Corn. Straw, FerWe are predicting great things son, who also seems very near to good feeling and fellowship exist Owens. Mr. and Mrs. B. T as to where they begun the work tilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, for this organization and hope Rockcastle people. Both of these ing between the people of the two Youug were yisiting his brother, or who is doing the wo rk, and are Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of that will soon contain not boys deserve all the confidence counties and especially the close the Rev. H. T. Young and family ready and willing to assist in Farming Tools. good p nly all the business men of the their employers place in them and relation between Lincoln county Saturday and Sunday the way we can to promote the Our doors are open come often look around town, but the farmers as well. will not fail. The writer also had and the people of Brodhead. Sev- Secretary of Brodhead Fair for and great work, and will never be but don't feel that you have to buy, found knocking because the first We have noted the cooperation occasion to shake hands with our eral of our crowd responded to a premium list. d Mrs. Etta existing between the farmers of Sim Davis and remind him that his welcome followed by a talk by is with her daughter, Mrs dirt was broke at some point not DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. west end and the business men of he still remembered the. multipli- Dr. O'Banon. Lincoln county is A. B Portorf, for the summer. suited to our liking. If you are on our Fiscal Court of Brodhead and trust that this cation table, taught him 2i years doing herself proud on the work Mrs. D. B. Albright, and going to knock cooperation will bo fostered and ago. on the Boone Way between Stan daughter, Mrs O. R. Cass, were get get a hammer, for we are sure that the people in the country will After resting we took a trip ford and Crab Orchard and will in Sparks Quarry Sunday, the that they are men that will not be bo mude to see and l'eol that their nine miles out on Lexington pike soon have a pike connecting those guests of Mr, and Mrs. Brack influenced by a little write up interests and the interests of the whore road work was in progress, places, second to none. After Durham. -- Mr. and Mrs. Julian from the town of Livingston. The jc$3c$yd&yK town are so closely related, that and if some of our reople could leaving Crab Orchard on the re Bordes spent Sunday with Mr. thing most important to do is to each must upbuild tho other and see that toad and watch the con turn, in order to avcid the new and Mrs. Woodyard Owens. Mr. put your shoulder to the wheel get that frequent intorcourse,business struction, tbey, would be more construction work, wo took the and Mrs. A. G. Crider were with your Commercial Club to do likesocial aud religious, is necessary than ever interested iu our own old Somerset and Crab Orchard Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawrence wise and instoad of growling befor the growth of both town and road work. Wherover wo went road toward the knob and by a Sunday'. Miss Rissie Smith re cause you happen to think that couutry. wo were hailed as road boosters detour through Turkey Town turned Sunday from a two weeks Brodhead will have a pike before & As an evidence of their deter- - 0,id made to feel that Rockcastle avoided the trouble wo had in visit to relatives in Stanford. J. you do, do all you caa to uphold initiation to arouse the people of county is really a pioneer in road going, and all were glad we did lt, B. Frith made his usual trip to these men in their great work. We piko-wwant Rockcastle county to a realization boosting in the mountains of Ken-o- f because' the road through that Maretburg Sunday. Mr. and want you to have a filled by experto come to see you, and we do not tho duty tho county owes its tucky. People may say our road territory is in fine shape, due in a Mrs. R. L Smith were the guests envy you in the leest. Cool off old citfztnship, the Commercial Club, will be too narrow, but in ienced business large measure to ttie influence of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt Sunthe Fiscal Court and .structing this groat pike leading and work of our one time, Squire day. The Rev. A, J. Pike held boy and don't be guilty of allowcounty ofllcers to bo their guests out of Lancaster toward Lexing- Armstrong, who lives in that regular services at the Baptist ing your bettor judgment to lead on Thursday, June 22nd, for a ton, they were only putting the vicinity and is always interested church Sunday morning aud you astray again. to motor trip over Booneway from metal fourteen feet wide. In in good roads. It was indeed a evening. Dewey Sowder, who CLEAR SKIN COMES FROM Brodhead to Crab' Orchard, Stan- moving their stone they use a trac- pretty sight to see our five has a good position iu Cincinnati, WITHIN. and return tion engine with trucks, each ford; .Lancaster in a line slipping over the is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. It is foolish to think you can All the members of the Fiscal holding three and one half cubic wooded hills and through shady W. H. Sowder, for a lew days. gain a good clear complexion by Court accepted the invitation yards of stono and one engine dells; in and out, und on and on, W. G. Head of Lexington, ad the use of faoe powder. Get at except Squire Sowdor who could was pulling six of these. Thete like Tennyson's brook, we wen-df- juster for the Henry Clay Fire the toot of the trouble and thor- not go. The Club had arranged are many interesting things about our way, while the rustle of Insurance Co , of that city, was ougly cleanse the system with a for a nieejdng of the coiirt at this work that space will not allow the rabbit in the leaves as he dod- hete Wednesday and Thursday treatment of Dr. lung's new nte Brodhead before the party left, to us to tell. In returning to Lan- ged the machine, the bleat of the adjusting the loss of Chiut Lear. Pills. Gentle and mild in action, ' Z do not gripe, yet they relieve the road matter of im- - caster, although we had some sheep and the tinkle of the cow Don't forget that Brodhead will liver by their actions on tho bow.crowd loft Brod- - green drivers, the nine miles were bell, as she made her way slowly have a Big Fair August els. Good for young, adults and ck and we ap- - made in 18 minutes. From Lan- - homeward was sweet music to t9lfi, and you can got a premium aged. Go after a clear complexion 25cents at ycur druggist. jfcer havinB caster went to Stanford and for our ears. Just as the sun sank iu list by calling on the Secretary. raOe .l,-Judge S. D. Lewis and? County mi1c rmt n( rhn fnrmnr t.nom the West we again reached the sexm PUBLIC SALE. is one ot the prettiest roads in all home of our hosts, tired but Attorney E. R. Gentry wfje hero On Thursday July 0, 1916, I ucky. It certainly did the happy, and all expressing the Tuesday connected in tin trial o will offer for sale to the highest irM pod to gaze over Its smooth sentiment that it had indcod been Bill Harp, charged with breach and best bidder all my personal !W VLiJ&VCJUttaA'U A realize that it had beeu anionjoyable day and convinced of the peace. The jury wafc unable ' as follows: re. to agree, four of the jury was for property i Rockcastle that much good would SS AHRfe. 1 combined horse, 1 Jersey cow, VI wiihu.m Bams w::.t?mm.!i r?scrt flEarjv and the mov giving Harp a fine of $100 and (tresh In August), n 2Nrr,i jrw, 5 Brodhead cost, the other two jurymen was 5yrs. old, subject Sow, with iade the for acquital. TtCose ,will be to register,-- - 1 10 shoats, Buggy, J3j?"S3gS!5i Rnnabout m44t0&'Kr ' tf Hhe brought up next Wuesday, Jack Fftrminc tools. Household and L 'g35aSttSaSS6SaSS fcOI T5iffMj the I unceford, wholias beep forking The Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" kitchen furniture. Th brsnl ind mat eotttr ttm on utjlnluii wiUr of th world. Bleeping aeeommoda in Cincinnati for several weeks, is Sale will take place at my home "CITY OF BUFFALO" SOW OT BUB- 3MnintS..m,. itb home folds this week.-.- B. 0. mile north of Bee Lick'. Terms arson, and little grandson, May 1st to Nov. CLEVELAND-Dail- y, :'tobins, of Garrard con ity, Cash. (.30A.M. Arrivt Uvelnd jSSnUSJa 30A.M. H. H. Isaacs, (Centrtl Standard Time) ii jih. ftero Saturdayand $umlay, Bee Lick. Ky. uuriaro ai of W. H Xndersjon and agent for ticket via C. A II. Line. your ticket jsts Beautlfo!lloredeecttonalpoilclMrt.howmKboeltrtorM and Bailing. Al a Robins. The willr,be late BUp "SKEANDIIEE" aeat on receipt of Ae eenU to cow poeUgt for wit pa pletorlal and deaerlptlea booklet tree. Bargor was offered for think what an We haye customers, many them, who buying anywhere wouldn't think back to us, They get what jhey want at the Hurst, Sherman Cbosteen, J. L. Arnold and Louis. McGuire, Judge G. M. Ballard, 8. P. Bowman, E. R Gentry, Logau Bryant, W H. Sowder, John Robins, A E Albright, IJev. A. J. ?tke, Prof. J. L. Pilkenton, Rev. A. B. Portol, A, M. Hiatt, R. H. Hamm, D. B. Al. bright, J, G. Frith, Nelse Griflin (J A. Wheeldon, Walter Roberts, E C. Watson, Joe, Charles and John Riddle., (" Chuck Frith wanted to go but they .wouldn't let liim ). We were joined at Crab Orchard by our one time citizen J. Thomas (Jheiry, Morris M. Perkins. George B. Lyne and Morris Adams, who made the trip with us. $8fr 1 mr X Spick & Span" Finish your floors with fl t'H ,. 1 1 'mi Hanna'sLustffiFinisl 1 v theywant topay. "a -- much-better- :zxe Soldby B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Kv. 8c6?C3cC33eC30f 2 Sutton & McBee 9 BR OD H EAD .' The Clothcaft Store ixfc some-bette- r. Geo. S. Griffin & Son THE "QUALITY STORE" WHERE a .MONEY a TALKS A DAY ON "Club. BOONE WAY -- ro-turn- ' - fx -- v . wide-awak- e a-- ,f-Wr- itc Wo-for- GEO. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentucky PURE DRUGS FRESH e Your Prescriptions con-invite- d man. an We want your 2 Don't forget ask us about our auto-moble- s d Kodafks mkm x Kodaks I r 7-18, R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. I to-da- r tfARE $3 a2 DAILY BETWEEN LMji tissssgtes 1 Du-ro- c SZSS'HRIBVIVT r'-wirw-fcVj.-: t lSth-BUFFA- LO i Sffffl.ian'Swd I AvatUkA lanes free. r . CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S I ? 4 Hf m (SKtuiiiwi'juTicjwtJpgawr iwi.LJ11 111 UL'J L alae d tf;tjg ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, June 80, 1916 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONB YKAR $I.O Advertising rates maae ktiow on application MKMBKROF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION t OUR BOONE WAY MAN In .. By Winchester Jamks Warkt. I' ? N Tlie writer has noticed automobiles in the street here bearing license tags from Jacksonville, Atlanta, Nushvillo, Aslivillo, Washington, Chicago, Detroit, Clove land New York and other near by villages. ' of several of The the leading churches here are fitted up with telephone connections. The leading dairy of Clark comity is that of S J. Conkright, located 5 miles out on Lexington pike. There are 75 cows in the herd. The milkmen get to work by 4 o'clock in the morning and get the product bottled and iu the wagons on the way to town by 6 o'clock. Two men do the delivering to 350 customers from one pint up to a gallon or more. They get thru by ten o'clock and are on their way back. The writer rode into town in one of these wagons a few mornings since and uoticed that cream had formed to depth of four inches in the qnurt bottles in cases carried in the vehicle. Winchester's business houses to the number of eight are furnished hourly time by telegraph from a master clock that receives staudard time from Washington observatory. Telegraph and rail road men here are wondering if the Postal Telegraph and L &.N are going to join hands. It is are now said that messages being telephoned to Harlan from points along n portion of L &N. and then forwarded by the Postal company. Your scribe visited the hospitable home of Mr. Lucien Beckner, few evenings since and was to learn of his great store oi valuable mementos, books, , manuscripts, rare furniture, etc. His "den" is a veritable store-housand more than an "old curiosity shop". The collec tion Is an intensely interesting and rich one. The scribbler was so interested in the great variety of the assortment of world wide curios that in his several hours stay, owing to his rapt attention to explanations of various specimens and documents ho failed to take any notes whatever, but simply a few of the most interesting things found there. The first is a letter written by George Washington to one of his land agents at Point Pleasant, in Virginia, Northwestern where Boone lived in i784, the Kentucky border. In this letter he advised his agent to withdraw certain lands from the market adding; that inasmuch as the emigration ensuing from Europe, lands are sure to rise in valuation. Mr. B. has been offered a big price for this letter, but holds on to it. Among the hundreds, yes hundreds of valuable and historic letters, manuscripts' and books that are found in the collection of a third of a century are seen letters from Henry Clay,, Green Clay, Gov. Shelby, and other Kentucky Governors. Patrick Henry, of "Give mo liberty or give me death" fame, Squire Boone, Hugh McGary, the man who precipi tated the bloody and disastrous battle of the "Blue Licks" in I782, by jumping into and crossiug the river at the some time saying: "all who are not cowards will fol low me." They followed. Many of them never to return. Two books with John Hancock's super scription on the fly leaves there of are valued property in the lot. A call Irom Gov. Shelby for re emits for the army of the "North west" is among tlie archives Abe Lincoln and Jeff Davis are contributors to this collection Original "corrected" manuscript of Jeff Davis' "Fall ol the Confederacy" is one of them. A nnte-room- s shelf-waree copy ot tho laws bf Virginia prju-te- The above list coutuind ll mere" in thepecular typcoF1777 and smattering of this rich Unci rare by tho way mighty pecular laws collection made diking a lift time too is stacked along with rare old by Mr. Beckntir who takes a dehistories and other valuable pub- light in showing it to interested lications. A sideboard made by pf rsons. Sam Detiham, who was once ti the great grandfather of Mrs. Beckand great grand mother's clerk n the drug store of M. C ner tlax spinning vheel, a massive bed & D.N. Williams, when it wis loca stead ol the revolutionary period, ted in the building now occupied a 250 year old dish, a falling leaf by the Bank oi Mt. Vernon, and I suffered with my stomach its food, permitting the asumil table made about the same time was later in business at Somerset for a long time but after taking ation of tho nourishing products and a teapot of the seventeenth and for six years in Corbin, ar century are some of the good rived nere Sunday morning, from Tanlac i got immediate relief", to be converted into blood, bone 5548 and muscle ladies possessions that remind one Indianapolis, where he had b. en said Mr. James Y Evans, of It overcomes, it is said, that of early historic days. Mr. Beck- to visit his mother, and toon a Georgetown street, Lexington. Ky. Mr. Evans is an undertaker the great exciting cause of disner has a sword that was used in position in the Brown Proctoria in the employ of Milward & Co. ease, weakness. It renders the the Battle o New OrleaVs: a pipe Pharmacy, C. C. Davis proprietor. " I feel that I cannot praise body vigorous and elastic It he purchased from the Indian The Rockcastle colony gave him Tanlac enough tor what it has keeps the mind clear and enerchief Sitting Bull; has a collec- a warm reception and added one done for mo. I want to advise getic and throws off tlie syrap tion of shells and coral from every more name to their register. It is said Chatincy Depew gets anybody suffering with stomach touts of nervousness and indigessea on the globe except, possibly, tion. It builds up the constitutrouble to give it a chance. the Dead Sea; has a piece of the off the following: "Why is a Ford Tanlac is a tonic which aids tion run down by disease and all want battle ship Maine; has specimens auto like a Inth tub? "We digestion, health, mental and physical overwork, promotes used and need it, but don't like for of Continental currency refreshing sleep and strengthens quickens convalescence and is an war; a anyone to see us in it." during Revolutionary unfading source of comforts to nil A man who is apposed to road the nerves Chinese idol of exquisite carving, sufferers from such trouble. There is hardly a portion of shinplaster and postage currency improvements is worth as much to Tanlac is being specially intrc his locality as a safety razor is to a the body that is not benefited by ol civil war times. State and pricolored man at a Georgia picnic. the helpful action of Tanlac, duced in Mt. Vernon at R. H. vate bank currency of "wildcat" Another moving picture show which begins its work by stimu- Miller, also at Central Drug days; a complete assortment of Livingston, and John Confederate currency, from a 100 will open here on July 1st, mak- lating the digestive and assimil- Co , organs thereby enriching tho Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead city! ative bill down to ten cents; foreign pos- ing three for the Capt Sara Boone, a veteran, the blood and invigorating the whole W. M Owens' store, Burr, Line tage stamps and coins of various Bros., Crab Orchard, S. system. E. nations; a square stone from a father of Sam Boone, the SomerNext it enables a week worn Welch Berea; J. Reynolds and chimiidy built by Joel T. Hart the set newspaper man, has returned out stomach to thoroughly digest Son, Bee Lick. sculptor when he was working as to Winchester, after a few months a stone mason before he was sent sojourn at the Soldiers home, Dayadvises us that this city not only hoea Remedy since we comto Italy for the study of sculpture. ton, Ohio. The Captain is a great menced keeping house years ago, (It will be remembered that his great grandson of Squire Boone, has seventeen churches, but has When we go on an extended visit old pioneer, and is 23 (hope its not an unlucky num crowning achievements in marble a brother of the ' er). He also says the city has we take it with us." Obtainable a writer of note and well posted was "Woman Triumphant") Mr. everywhere. 23 miles of paved side walk and Beckners museum is complete in Boone history. BAD TO HAVF A COLD The "Uncle Billy" letters, that one can Hardly want over ttiem with an assortment of Indian all between breakast and dinner HANG ON. Ibattle axes, toma appear weekly, iu the Winceestor time. Don't let vour cold hang on, hawks pipes, bows ana arrows, Courier contain some splerdid Louis Miller, one of Mt. Ver rack your svstem and become moccasins pottery and bead work, "get offs," both on national and non's energetic traveling salesmen chronic when Dr. Bell's Pine Tar and among them is found a pair of local affairs, an.l people. They was visiting the drug stores here Honey will ou. It heals copper oracelets dug from a are "different and haea "taking" mation, soothes the cought and mound. Mr. B. was for a time in way even if the "hit off' strikes You breathe loosens tlie phlegm easier at once Dr. Bell's Pine Ecquador, and was later sent by yourselt. FORETHOUGHT. Honey is a laxative Tar Syrup Col. Thos. G. Stewart, once the that country as special envoy to People are learning tnat a little Tar the United States to represent that versatile editor of the Winchester forethought often saves them a the pine tar balsam heals the raw SpotSi loosens the mucous and republic. He is a linguist as the Democrat, but now interested in bigexpense. Hee is an instance: prevents irritation of the bron-E- . writer discovered when he ad- lands, with an office in the W. Archer,, Caldwell Ohio chial tubes. Just get a bottlo of building, has been writes: "I do not believe that our Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey dressed the ex envoy in Spanish and readily receiviug a reply in the reading some of the writers scribb- family has heeii without Chamber its ginranteed to help you. At tongue. ling-; that appear in the Signal, Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- druggists. (Spanish) Castillian Suffered with stomaci Now -- lb. vans, ol Ll has no trouble whalsl 57iWKCCCC5CT Tho Kind You Ilavo Always J in nso for over 80 s'enrs, hauc ana lias igf.j .,?-- Bona! suncrvi """' w w C&cc&eM. Allow 110 ouo to d All Counterfeits. Imitations dnl " Just-nExnorlincnts that triflo wltli mill ciulunirei Infants and Children Experience ngulmt gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It ' - , contains neither Opium, Mornhlno nor qthrr Narcotic substance. Its afro Is its guarantee It destroys "Worms ond allays Feverlshuess. For moro thau thirty years it Las been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation. Flattdency, Wind Colic, all Teething1 Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's Friend. 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The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, II I If I The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. part of it! ALL the delicate mildness, the delightful aroma, the "body" that some cigarettes can't be expected to bring out ! Watch this difference when you try Favorites today ! The words "STRAIGHT .CUT" are on the package. J CHKBg IeBB ill and 2 m m oo-o-- Sffl FORJSALE. A five room cottage and six acres of land four acres in fine fruit, i X '3feoCC3&XX 1.1. ft'VMOa I If 1 FAVOPITP m A M. A Am.JL M. .B Straight Cut Cigarette W - year old. Some of tho trees bore this year. A good strawberry patch of the early variety with sufficient plants to seta 15,000 patch this fall. A good well which might be termed a medicated kind. Fine for one with stomach trouble which statement is borne out b an analysis made by the St: which I have This prop right in the Oil bel P. H. Conover Dentist MT.VRRNON. i HI Pron tRooms ovej Phond kVi gets B the good out of good IO for 5 Also mmmmmmmmmxmmw, wAmymw, 20 for IO packed FAVi iTn PIHmHHmHHiy. "Ul doutli .... "" -- its B S 0 a ro 12:13 a mj For the Fourth of July and Our County for all occasions r A - n Fairs OUR E -- a " Phone No. 4. I.s. Landrtjm, Agent. We are prepared to fit you Men and Young Men up in the things you need to keep you kool and comfortable Z. Enter! at the Mt Vernou, Ky. Postollce mall matter. m lecond-ci- .. OUR PERSONAL Louisville $ 4.20 Limit Aug. 1. Editor and founder of the Harlan Account National Dental Associa Messenger was a visitor to our tion. town yesterday. Round trip Nashville $8.10 July Judge L. W. Bethurnm has re- 81, Aug. 1. Limit Aug. 9. Account turned from a several days busi- Young Peoples Congress (Color, ness trip to Florida and othei ed). H. B. Eads, son ot Prof. J. S. Irvine was in Livings-towMonday. Mrs. W. H. Fish has been sick this week. Prof. J. L. Pilkenton was up from Drodhetid Monday. Ben Griffin was up from Livingston Wednesday. Kev. Jack Lu nee ford was here from E.-S. N. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Caudill of the Conway section wore in town Wednesday. Miss Blanche Crawford left Yesterday for Richium.d and Waco to visit a few weeks. Mrs. Robert Cox and children are with her sister, Mrs. Towery, at Berea for a few days. Little Miss Louise Laudruin has returned from a month's visit in Indianapolis and Louisville. Miss Turner, matron of Lang-doMemorial left Tuesday for Illinois for her summer vacation, S. B. Ramsey has been suffering with something like ptomaine poisoning. He is bettor at this time. IVfesdatnes Frank Mai is and Ed Woodall of London S(eiit a portion of the week with Mrs. Sutton ut Wabd. Miss Margaret Welch returned home Wednesday after a three weeks visitin Louisville with friends and relatives. n n . PALM . xiox w eatner teciais BEACH SUITS - SPORT SHIRTS HATS MOHAIR US Some of a SUITS - LOW SHOES PANAMA SILK SOX a a -- .. Come in today, see these goods and enjoy the kool breezes r - ' . TELEPHONE No. 27 ' . Use Our Fone Any Time iiii AA:!ii ' You Are In Town. i ii i i :': i i :::::;: i ii ii ii i : i i: iii : i ii i if i -- w""""""w "" Palm Beach Suits $3 50 to $10.00 The Mt. Vernon Fair catalog at Drummond's store. is being printed to day and we Fresh Meat and Vegetables at expect to have it readv ' by next Thursday. If you want one and Drummond'sstores. and cannot come for it write SecreNo 49 gets the dinner. set at tary and one will be sent you Drummond's Store, Bring your promptly. number in. The i'ord fever seems to be Get ready for 4th July picnic, raging in ths town and county, two Everything needed at Drum- - of the latest victims are J. Fish mond's stores. rnd Willis McKenzre. Both sold Round trip tickets will be sold this week. Logan .Bryant is in to all points on L. & N. R R. Co Louisville for another car July 2nd, 3rd, and 4tb. the third oneiflt-th- e 'lost 'few Lexington'' $ 2 55 days. Round trip to-da- y '"""""""'"""""'WW : t s UP ABSU. . SfAB. : : :::: :t ... .i . i . tii ill i it ti:..i ii.miiiiii i A i s s msmmaSS' ;:;:; MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY We pay Parcel Post on Orders of $1.00 or more anywhere 1 1 1 - a ii,i 1 1 .: 1 1 1 ti t ii . i : 1.; 1 im 1 1 : : SEASON OPENS of culpable carelessness and inherent laziness and indifference will prevent the mountaineers from dividing the entire amount among themselves. All bad roads in Kentucky are now tho travel is unprecedented, not in the mountain sectiop, but and tho C. &. B, Line has taken quick action to care for their in the others are so much better in creased patronage by placing the comparison that they don't have Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" on any show at all to be prize winthe route between Cleveland and ners. It is up to the mountaineers Buffalo much earlier than in pre- to get more out of their roads than they- - over got before, and they vious years- EXCURSION ON THE GREAT LAKES. All indications point to a banner year for pleasure and tourist travel on the Great Lakes. Even PROGRAM --The- Aug. 5 to 12. Limit Aug. Account Blue Grass Fair. Round trip 15. James Eids, July for his home paper the Signal. R. H. Tomlisom, the Lancaster lawyer aud his son Robt, were here Tuesday looking after some legal matters for Mr. D. C. Miss Mary Katherine J. W. Rider will turn over to the Willie Martin of Lynchburg Va. county to day l,8oo feet of comwho is home for a low days, paid pleted pike 011 the Dixie Highthis office a call and Subscribed way. Southern States. Pul-lin- s. Baugh of London, who has been visiting her cousin, Miss Dorothy Albright for several days returned home Monday. Mrs. H. C. Gentry, who had such a close call two weeks ago from an attack of apoplexy, is up, able to go about the house and is feeling very good. trip Cincinnati $ 5 50 r.imit. .lulu O 5. Account -- v " 'J' International Rotary Club Convetion. Round trip Louisville $5 40 hui Aug. 7 July ited to Aug. 14. Account, Kentucky Negro Exposition and half Century Anniversarv of Negro freedom. Rev. James Riddle will begin the Buckeye school next Monday. the The contracts provides for schools to begin that day, but there are seme few which will not begin for a week or two later. Round 1 Tul.. J"1) 1 -- - 26-2- 11 Frank Miller was hore yesterJudge G. M. Ballard and tho day. For a number of yeais he Fiscal Court were in Berea Tues has been a most successful sales- day to attonda DIXIE HIGH man lor H. P. Smith Co. of Chica- WAY meetiug held in that city. go, but on Jan. 1st, he wont with the Peters Shoe Co. of St. Louis, and tu that short time ho has made such a splendid record that a few days ago he was elected Sides Manager for 'the southern states and on July ith will go to St. ssuine tbo duties ot ?sition. Rock- a more man Tlie7 also motored over to Rich mhnd, and report a fine trip. D. C. Pullins was over from Berea Tuesday on business. Mr Pullins, who is a great collector ol old relics, showed the writer an Indian nrrow,. almost a perfect white stone aud inlaid in this stine is a perfect Indian head. Mr. Pul lins prizes this rare stone very says that he has been k much and old by many who have large col ons of such rare specimens, here are other stones in Ike it, that they are and "CITY OP BUFFALO", provides daily service that is high classed in all features. Steamers leave either city every evening at 9:00 and arrive at destination 7:3o the next morning ( all East ern Time. ) Railroad tickets reading between Cleveland and Buffalo are accepted for transportation on all C. & B. Lino steamers, thus giving the traveler opportunity to break the monotony of his rail journey by a refreshing night's trip across Lake Erie on a veritable floating hotel. Tho fares for this lake trip are considerably less than by rail. Boone Story Coming. We have been promised by Mr. Round trip Atlanta. $ lo 40 Tuly lames Maret, the accomplished 11 and 12 limit July i9. Account newspaper man of Mt. Vernon of South Christian Endeavor who is Wiih us temporarily as representative of the State road comCHANCF TO MAKE MONEY missioners oftice, a story of Daniel OUT OF BAD ROADS. Boone and the Boone Highway, The rotten roads of East Kenwhich runs from the Boone cabin tucky from the Ohio River to the in the forks of the Yadkin in North Tennessee line have never been Carolina to Boonsboro, which he productive of anything but hard will illustrate with cuts of the sledding and travel troubles, but Boone cabin on the Yadkin and of now comes a chance when the Audubon portrait of the old pioneer leaning on his riffe with his favor- mountaineers can make money out ite hound at bis side You must of thorn. Not millions, but a blamed sight more than they have ever not miss it. , of them before. The In last week's issue oftheMt. made out National Highways Association, Vetnon Signal, in the course ofa with headquarters at Washington, Winchester letter. Mr. Maret D C, offers $2, 600 in cash prizes tells of the big safe in our office for photographs of road conditions wbiih causes him to ask " What does a' newspaper man do with a all over the country, good or bad, aud from my personal knowledge safe?" We are going to iavesti-gat- e of the roads in Easfern Kentucky and, as soon as we find out do not hesitate to assert that if will send the Signal a night let- I the people of that section will get ter. out with cameras and malte photo We would like to treat it lik'e bad roads they will the fellow did his anatomy when graphs of their be sure to swipe all of the prizes he went to the but, alas offered. There are 166 in all, rang there is no such joy in sight for ing from $ 000 first prize down to tho bid safe. fifth prizes of $ 5. 00 each. yribus Unums" 100 Cameras are inexpensive and the sed Un- - most inefficient individual can make a snap shot that will answer the purpose. These prizes include photographs of good roads os well, it as. there is nothine of that n the mountaiu region the jeers need not bother 1, but simply make snap at they have to drag is thru for 865 dajsin still-house Frunkfort, Ky., June. 28. Rodman Wiley, of George town, chief bridge engineer in the Road Department, was appointed Comissioner of Roads today by Gov. Stanley, succeedirsr R. C. Terrell, who has been at tho head of the Department since its creat in 1912. Louisville Times Tho W. J Sparks Co. have moved their Commissary to the Noal Parret building on Adams Street. As the Sparks Quarry plant will probably be idle lor part of tho summer, the Company tuougnt best to bring tile stock to Mt. Vernon, for the Mt. Vernon plant has business enough for a regular run. ..ietpr shin flu. Great Shipi'SEEANDBEE" is the largest and most costly passenger steamer on inland waters of the world and, with her should go.tojt. forthwith, The contest closes November j 7U1 i91G. Write to Good Roads Every- 'iniTVflP tfDTT?" Photograph Contest, where National Highways Association, Washington, D. C, for particulars W. J. Laraptoa Do it now. io9 West Fifty-loutstreet, New York City, June 20. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to be in curable. Doctors prescribed local emedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrd is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manubactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is takeu internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars reward for any case that Hall's Catarrh Cure tails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold bv Druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation h ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CHRISTIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION TO BE HELD AT WILDIE, SUNDAY JULY 30th, 1916. Opening Praise Service ..... .Wildie School President's Address Rev. M. G. Fish Minutes of last Convention. Special music Wildie choir ol Efficiency The New Standard of State worker Report from schools. Five Minute Messages: The Sunday school's missionary program.. Rev. Jack Lunsford : OurDistrlct E. R Gentry' The Boy's Relation to tho Sunday school Rev. H. T. Young Looking toward the Winchester Convention S. F Bowman The Tomperauco work of tho Sunday School J. W. Brown , State Worker "Seeing America Roll Call of schools. Appointment of Committees and Announcements. Noon Adjournment. AFTERNOON SESSION. Committee Meetings. Praise Service Wildie School Symposium on Rural Church: Present condition of the Rural Church J. W. Lee Has it a Standard? What kind Miould it haveV..W. B. Signion General Discussion. Special music Johuetta School Roport of Committees. Offering A "How" Period: How to get all tho Church in the Sunday school.. W. H. Jone Value of a Unifield Service. State Workers. How to use Modern Methods in a small School A. M. Hiatt How to toll stories to Childron Miss Lou Philips The Sunday School opportunity to win pupils to Christ. G. D. Cook How to get Value from Weekly Bulletin James H. Branaman How this Convention has helped mo Jesse Fish Adjournment. To be a banner county every school in the county must be represented in the Convention by one or more of its oflicors, with a written report covering the period from Sept 1st, 1915 to July 1st, 1910. and the offering lor State Bible School work All persons interested in Sunday School work are invited to attend and bring with you a full basket. Remember thedate, Sunday July 30. W. H. Fish, County Secretary. Bible-schoSchoor-orMethod- s . - THE FLOW OF IMMIGRAN TS persons who imagined great war had solved our immigration problem, if not permanently, at least for many years to come, may have to revise their views. After the war had fairly started the tide of immigratin decreased until it was at the lowest ebb in recent years. It was not supposed that there would be any appreciable increase during the continuance of t'10 great conflict in Europe. But already there is a reaction and it would not be sur. prising it it should continue to grow larger month by month and year by year. For instance figures made public in Washington by the department of Labor show that 27,ooo aliens reached American shores during the month of March. This is 11 per cent, more than in the preceding month and 43 per cent more than in March or last year. Italy heads the list, but Greece, England, Ireland the Scandinavian countries and Ger many are represented. Those that tho ttmmm f- sxr. fiKOJASatMC 4mm, Poultry Poultry .. Ship us your Poultry and receive iyfk highest price audprompt returns. HouchensBros. WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. ; - WILL MY CHILD TAKE Dr. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY? This best answer is Dr. King's itself. Its a new discovery pleasant sweot syrup, easy to take. It contains the medicines which years of experience have proven best for Coughs aud Colds. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discoveiy longest are its best friends. Besides every botIf vou don't tle is guaranteed. get satisfaction you get your money back. Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep what is left for Cough aud Cold insurance. Although Caranza has released the American soldiers which were held as prisoners, yet all demands have not been satisfied so far ss the United States is concerned, and there is still some question whether we will havo war with Mexico or not KHZI2XIZZDOCZ25K LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL MILL WORK Get Our Prices and We Will Get Your I Trade d : id six lunlred dollars of money, aad when so easily in a field so jilities nothing'' short STOMACH TROUBLE AND CONSTIPATION. say that "I will cheerfully Chamberlain's Tablets are the sat SERVICES AT THE CHRIST- remedy tor stomach isfactory IA"N CHURCH FOR SUNDAY troubles and constipation that I Sunday School 9:45. years' have sold in thirty-bou- r drug store service, "writes g H. Pleaching service 11:00 a.m. , Murphy, druggist, Welchburg, N. Christian Endeavor 7:00 p.m. Yt Obtainable everywhere. Preaching service 8:00 p.m. Proctor & Men , Phone 52 4 jlATT op , i t3 ir-r-i 4BkT Lr.,:--- -. Faced bv demanda from thi rnn)nrtn i i on .thc c.ountry an additional burden in transportation cists of S? J, Xnnynn,,posc 1)0,000,000 a year, thc railroads propose that this kgc problem be settled by reference to an impartial Federal tribunal. With these employes, whose efficient .erviceVa'cknowledgcd, thc railroads have no differences that could not be considered! fairlyand decided justly by such " ' a public hotly. 1 ergd Inquhty or ailroad Sjtrike? c tJ a c l "aaa - MtV AUGUST .SPECIAL miiimmm t 1-- The formal proposal bi'the railroads to the employes for the settlement of thc controversy is as follows:,. ) I , t . "Our Lfl.lfrrpnrpa nve uemonitrittd . V. j!n - "" cinnot hirmonlK our aincrtncei ol opinion and that erentui y the niMitr. in luniroveriy mu.t be upon by other and diiintere.ted agencies. Therefore, we propoie that your pr.....l. mil ll,r proportion of the rallwayi be diipoied of by one or tf.eplher off il,, follcting method.; 1. Vrrfrralil) l.v sulmiimon to the Intentate Commerct Commiiiion, the only tribunal which, by reuor of id . .. .. . . . . l )lllmll)irit . II. Illlllilt.nii h9Mn(v nn rail... ....!:.:... .uIt.. "- revenue or tne rai wayi, it In a poii- in lut.uui turn to consider and protect the riehti and equities of all the intereiti ui.ine affected, and to oro-iadJh on.l d coit of operation in caic vourDrooo.il. art- found lw il. . ... i.... iVmn,:..: i Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration ' 9th TO RATES m in 11th, ALL i tid "- ... REDUCED ON RAILROADS I .'"., 'i''" -- de - r,n... THIS IS HOME COMING WEEK wii ii iii in FOR EVERYEpDY - Leaders of the train service brotherhoods, at the joint confcrcncch'cld in New York, June refused thc offer of thc railroads to submit the issue to arbitration or Federal review, and thc employes arc now voting on the question whether authority shall be given tjicse leaders to declare a nation-widstrike., The lntcr,st.atc Commerce Commission is proposed b'y the railroads as thc public body to which this issue ought to be referred for these reasons: e Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote The Association has spared neither time nor money in making this the "BIGGEST, BEST FAIR and HORSE SHOW in Eastern Kentucky f i mm ' More Show Rings " Bigger Premiums - LOAD UP THE FOLKS AND BRING THEM EVERY DAY . - No othei body with auch an intimate knowledge of railroad condition! hai luch an unquestioned position in the public confidence. The ratci the railroads may charee the public for tramportation are now largely fixed by thii Government board. Out ol every dollar received by the railroadi from the public nearly one-ha- lf ii paid directly to the em ployei at wagei; and the money to pay incrcaied nagea can come from no other tource than the ratci paid by the. public The Intentate Commerce Commiiiion, with in control over ratei, it in a poiition to, make a complete investigation and render luch deciiion at would protect the intereiti of the railroad employes, the owner of the railroadi, and thc public. Remember the Ford W, II. FISH, Secretary C. D. SU 1TON. President A Question For the Public to Decide i:&$capq&icc: ihe water on these farms, as it is well known that Rockcastle is one of the best watered counties in AMES HENRY ULARK, Ol Pine this stat? or any other state. All J Hill, was drowned here Friday National Conference Committee of the Railways j of these farms are handy to f the 23d while bathing about EL1SHA LEE, Chairman churches and schools and the P. H ALBRIGHT, Cin'l itr. O. II. EMERSON. Cii'JMnw. ' N. d. m ah br. ru,.r,ti..,, mdo below town. Two other AllinncCo.il Lint lUilro.J Grail Northtra Killwar. county has under consideration, 4 Norfolk ft Wt.lirn Kailitar. L. W. BA1 DWI.N, f77 Uimiv, men were with him at tho time C. II. KWlNO.C7.Va.a,-- , JAMES RU3SKLL.aa7.Viaatr, Ciairilol Ccorlia HiiUar. turnpikes out of the town of Mt. rblladalpbia A HaUia Uaavarft HraGrinJt Railroad. unable to save him. He was LDsctotqx C. L. BAh JO. Ctm'l Mi.airr. B.W.ORICB. C'IS.t. Tr:ih, A. M. SCHOYER. Vernon, north and south, east and but Nt York. New II. ..n Hirtferd RtilrMl Ckiaiptaka ft Okia Ktilwar. Pat,laalaUaiaWail. the son of Thomas A. Clark, of K. II. C0APMAN.W7.i'.. A. S. CHBIG, Am. It Kmiiri, W. I.. SBPDON. west. Several miles have been . Sonthfin Ktilttar Si. Loai. ft Saa Praaciico RallroaJ. St aboard Air Llaa K.IUar. Rerea, Ky., 39 years old, at.d 8 K. COTTHU. Ci.'l l...fr. let and C.W. XOUNS. Cn'IM.mUT. work already becrun. A. J. STONB. riffrttUi!. ItiiUiy Wb..l Al.kl.on.Top.ki SaouHa Raltwar. loaves a wifo and three children, Ell. Railroad P. K CltO'.VLI.V. ..l Those farms are on the pike road II. W McMASTBH, . O. 8. WAID. 9 New Yc.li Ctii.tl It.ilwir two sons and a daughter, and a Wh..ha Uka Bil Hallraal laaait Caalral Uaia. Cn'lUi leading south from Mt. Vernon, host of friends to mourn his loss. 100 ncres, 4 miles south of Mt. on the waters of Dry Fork and He joined the Junior Order some Skeggs Creek and most of this i Vernon, with i storehouse, dwell time back and was buried with land u limestone land and fine Ing houso and foam, and three the honors of that lodge His re tenant bouses, several good coal producing and grass laud. Will mains was laid to rest in the fammines from which Mt. Vernon soli on easy terms any part of this ily burying ground on Gauley I and surrounding country get the land or all as a whole. Anyone branch to await tho call of his wishing' to buy land, either for in greutor part of its coal suply. Ky master. Messrs G. W. Murphy, vestment or homo, will do well to Farm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 Mahlon Summers and W. M. Ponmiles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 call and go over till land, and get der attended St. John's at -C- OMPLETE For the Louisville, Saturday and returning LINK houses, 1 barn, about 85 acres In my price and terms. Coffins, Caskets nnd Robes growing crop, 60 acres in grass benefit of those who might know report a nice time. W. M. Brady and balance in woodland; adjoin these farms and locale them bet- was in Louisville, Monday and Mail, Telegraph or Teleing furrr Ko. 1, so as to make one ter by name, I will name them by Tuesday. R. J. Leramonds who phone orders Promptly well located farm if purchaser their former owners: Tract No once was a citizen of our town and Filled should desire both tracts. Farm known as the Sand Spring coal who wus chief dispatcher for the No. lies on east side of of creek fields; Tract No. 2 known as the L & N. R. it Co. here and who and mostly underlaid with coal. Will Price farm at Sand Spring; is first trick dispatcher In LouisFarm Xo. 2 on west side of creek, Trnct No. 3 known as the old ville, was hero Sunday shaking rLJ s"1"1" ilii w?. a;. ij-- s rather a valley farm, with some Tommy Graves valley larm; hands with his many friends. Tract No 4 known as the K. J. Tho L. & N. R. R. Co. are now i coal 111 the hill. McKinney larm; Tract No. 5 paying their employees twice a Farm No. 8 of i9o acres, f mile wost of farm, No. 2; a known as the W. G. Nicely farm mciith, once by check and then . i ,ood strong valley farm in good at Hansford; Tract No. 0 known pay to other half of the month by nne uur l? ori uouoii Unskets state of cultivation and not very as the Mat Deboard and later the tho pay car. Judge G. M. Bal W is unexcellu much improvement. About 100 Albert Hamlin farm near Level lard, of Mt. Vernon, was here Hand-madCoffins furuishec I acres cleared, balance in wood Green. OUR STOCK is more complete than over. Our between trains Tuesday and inHearso sen1 to all parts of land. formed us that work on our part business has doubled in volume in the past six PERSONAL PROPERTY for the County, of the pike would start at once. .farm Jo. 4 01 2i acres, 5 salo on easy terms: months, Our Good and Prices plense others miles south of Mt. Vernon, in so we will hold 8 work mules; 4 wagons; hack Now this suits us, All orders by Wire Promptly Filled and will please you, in good state of cultivation, well bed; new surrey; 1 rubber tire our peace and see the good work improved; good dwelling house, buggy; set of buggy harness; 4 go on. Mrs.vGeo. Painter has re barn and storehouse and all other turning plows; 3 section harrovvs; turned home from Lebanon Junc-tiaM I'. VERNON, KY. Phono 94-necessary outbuildings; 6 teuanl 2 disc harrows; walking cultiva and Brodhead, after a few 3 houses. This farm is a creek tors; ( double shovel plows; 4 bull days' stay with relatives. Some OHA8. L. DAVIS. Proprietor 'Phone 87 farm, running to the hilltops, tongue plow?; mowing machine; !Party or Parties visited tho hen with some workable coal in the 2 rakes; Georgia McClure, a f interest iu bin- houso ol Mrs hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard der; about few nidus ago and carried off inch 2500 ft. ol 1 sot out this spring, consisting of iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon about a dozen frying chickens. hie but it looks like we have done Sunday to see his daughter, Mrs. about 500 Stayman Wlnesap ap- Fair Association; i, 12 horse This reminds us that we have read all we could to keep out of it and John Mullins. G. S. Griffin was ples and 5oo Elberta peaches, if power boiler and engino; all of my somewhere in the scriptures that if Mexico lorces it on us, as it now in Mt. Vernon Monday and Tues-diloosed a thousand seems they are going to do, the all are true'te name, with a guar intorest iu on business. about 200 acres of the devil is to 'be J. E. Singleton There are times In every womanls Ufewften she anty from the company to prune growing crops, to "be sold as it years and we believe that old Nick quicker wo mop up with "them better known as "Kedd" was in needs a tonic to help her over the ' hard , places. and spray for 8 years. Holes stands orso much per bushel at has broken his chain in this neck greasers" the better for a'l con- Mt. Vernon Tuesday. N. H. l wiicu iiiui lime comes xo you. voiTKnOW whaf tnnir-'Wo understand cerned to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui Is comwoie dynamited for trees and gathering time. 2 stores and fix- of the woods. The Woman's Temper Oliver was in Bond Ky. the latter posed of purely vegetable Ingredients, Which act great ctfre taken iu setting the or tures, one store at Hansford and that one of our citizens will in a ance Union held here last week part of- last week. .was gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, chard. Also about 0 acres of one at Sand Springs, show casos few days leave our town and move whs well represented by several offered a position on jthat nevy' 5 and helps build them back to strength and health. other orchard on this farm. This 2 desks; l,typewiiter; iron safe; to Mt. Vernon. We have refer- counties. Interesting lectures road," but after he bad stayed a It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, is the farm for the stockman; a 1 share in Peoples and fam- wero delivered and much good ac- few days up there thefoj'jjijL ailing women in Its past half. century of wonderful Bank; share ence to T. J. Pennington good farm and well watered and in Mt. Vernon success, and It will do the' same for you. Mrs. E. L Cockrell verses passed throjU Fair Association;' ily. While wo very much dislike complished. - You can't make a mistake In takinrr only a few years to wait tor a to give them up and know that wo arid son, Brown, were In Uorbin, "How swoeju 25 shares in Central Life r joung fortune from growing fruit shares in Don Over- will miss them, we think Mt. Ver- Sunday. Miss Flora Pennington scones "of ""Jil Farm No. 5 or 258 acres, ad land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, non Is fortunate in gaining them will, begin her school near Crab boarde joining farm No. 4, with one good lud.; 8 shares in Kentucky Rural as citizens and as they are deter-- Orchard, Monday week. - - Prof. inj dwelling house, barn and store Credit Association. mined to go, our best wisUes go Irvine, of Mt. Vernon, was here bonse; 4 tenant houses and barns, with them, We have been asked few days ago to, see thc(3 V7. M. Bullock. good orchard; known to be as seyeral times , recently concern- School Boatd. He is r Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4Alma, Ark., good If not the best sjand for'mjr ing our old iriend W. M. Hicks! school at Bardstpw.i? BOWEL COMPLAINTS says: think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth v Now. wo will say , that chandise in' the county, Also has IN INDIA. for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was Mar a good coal mine. so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy In a lecture ut one o'f the Des not seen spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and farm No. ,G of 250 acres, 2 Moines, Iowa, churches a mission- - but think as strong as I ever did, and Can eat most anything." miles west of farm No. n; good aty from India told of going into up his ucbiu uming v.arum touay. aoia oy an dealers. valley farm, in good state of cul- the interior of India, where be camp was taken sick, that he had a tivation; good house and barn; botto of Chamberlain's Cholic, for good orchard; 1 tenant house; Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, aR ifaH W2 III about 26 acres cleared and the with him and he beloived that saved his Hie. This, reme balance in woodland. used successfully in India b real, as follow, until August 15th, 3 town lots in Bei'hurum iSrfceW-i- s a preventive and cure for c and on that day I will close all AddiUop to Mi, Vernon, Ky, You may know from this t that remains unsold at public auc- and lot in JeVsey City, N. J. can bo depended upon f Having decided to go west, tion at my home, Hansford, Ky: Also have a few hundred acres of milder forms of bowel con t Real estate for sale on easy desirable miniral. rights to se'l. that occur in this count will offer for sale, privately all of It is not wdjilrwbile to spean of j tainable everywhere, my property, both personal and terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of fccl ,that they have no right to grant a wage preferment of 1nnnIhnnnailr0-ad- s $100,000,000 a year to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only one-fift- h of all the employes, without a clear mandate from a public tribunal that shall determine the merits of thc case after a review of all thc facts. .Tl"""Kle i""e before the country is whether this controversy is to bt settled by an impartial Government inquiry or by industrial warfare. 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