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A mvjMt V 1 Si. sti JIWit -- Established l887 NUMBER 41 VOLUME XIXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 7. 1916 Livingston friend to furnish us subject matter for next. week. We are glad to see that in his last letter that he has cooled off considerably about the road question, and we feel that by this time he has reached mm iw Tl IHRtu l j"" Vl , f tit fc n sr The Money You Buy Naturally you want full value for the money you Ve had to buy with your brains or your muscles At this store we feel it up to us to give you clothes that represent full value measured in brains and labor; We offer you Clothcraft because its makers have put 70 years of the most intense study and hard work into perfecting the manufacture of clothes for men and young men. medium-price- d You'll realize, the moment you try on a Clothcraf t suit, what the styles, labor and brains of the- - makers liave given you in clean-ucomfort and finished workmanship. p We want to see you, and have you. see Clothcraft Clothes. i ' SUTTON & McBEE VERNON, KY. MT. E S3 h2 k E3SBB-B- The Clothcraft Store to our town as they were once natives of this city. John Cockrel, after a few day's visit with rela- tives and triends'in Paris, has re turned to our burg. Edgar Herd is working a few days in the dispatcher's office at Paris, Ky. a normal condition. Mi. and Mrs Joe Riddle were Earl Rice came in from Louisville, in Mt. Vernon, Thursday of last Saturday night, and took his wife Mrs E. B. New back with him Sunday week with relatives visiting relatives! land, who has a good position at Rice has been Hiedleburg, is with home folks for here for the past month. Mr. and The School Mrs. J. H Browning and child;en a few davs stay. Board elected Miss Frances Con-ove- will start on a visit to Salt Lake of Columbia, Ky.;, and Miss City in a few days. Mt. Vernon Corine R. Manning, of Bowling was well represented at the Jr. O Green, Ky., to fill the vacancies U.A.M. picnic, Tuesday. There caused by the resignation of Pro were over fifty, and of course, belessors Evans and Keith. These ing so many, we will not try to teachers come highly recom give the list. Mrs. C. A. Blanford mended and are both High School and daughter, Miss Ella Mae, are teachers with life certificates. We spending a few days with relatives Mrs. Edd Quinn. understand that the summer term in Louisville. 2 1st. is visiting her parents The of Pans, will begin August Rev.H. C. Grear, Presiding Elder, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hay se. Mrs. held services at the Methodist I. W. Catlin is spending a few church, Wednesday evening. The days with relatives in Lebanon, trial of Bill Harp charged with a Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Cox Breach of the Peace, resulted in a have returned from London after verdict of- $25 fine and the cost, a few days' visit with relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tuesday. Judge L. W. Bethurura that city. represented Harp, while County Black and children, after spendAttorney E. R. Gentry was look- ing a few days with relatives at ing after the interest of the Com- East Beanstadt, have returned We understand that home- .- Hon Elisha Bullock, of monwealth. the case will be appealed to the the fcjeaggs Greek sectiou, was in County Court. -- - Morris Proctor is our town Tuesday. Our Brod-hea- d friend seems to jump the here from Cincinnati where he has been working lor several months. subject of politics and is silent on W. H. Brown of Lancaster, and that subject, since the republicans J. M.Craig, of the Quail section, at Chicago got up to the glass were here during the week. They painted and powdered their faces shipt a car of sheep Wednesday and curled their hair, aDd asked the Bull Moose to come over and and a car of hogs Thursday. make love to them. Well, it is all CATARRH CAftNOX BE over with them any way, for they CURED have called in the pall bearers and with LOCAL APPLICATIONS they are now picking at the cover as thev cannot reach the seat of which is a sure sign of death. the .disease, greatly influenced bv Our Biodhead friend wishes to constitutional conditions, and in cross swords with us concerning order to cure It you must take an our write-u- p of the road question internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh and thinks we tried to baud the and acts Fiscal Court b "Ielbon.' We will Cure blood on the mucous surv say in the outset'tbatwe"hold each thru the r, es-o- tit . and they will lo6k spick and span under the hardest wear. . It stains and varnishes at one application. You can buy Finish your floors with Hanna's Lustro - Finish rl 1M Hanna'sLustitt sills and all woodwo k. Will Not in any wood color to match your woodwork. It will dry with a tough elastic coating that will not show heel marks. Also fine for furniture, stair treads, window Fade olors J. y Soldhy B. NQE, Mt. Vernon, Kv. $&c&cxte)c$x&$ O $&3&t3i$x2tec P OP 0 THE "QUALITY STORE" '3o3ec8tpc?6: BOOSTING X And Pulling Together ft .$33fcSC&X& makes Our Town while the " Hand of quality " is always pointing to Bii Values. Every time the second hand b the clock ticks in-o- WHERE a MONEY a TALKS t the v ' .r ;. Pfffice AJberTgivesS smokers such delight, because its flavor is so different and so delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness ! nna rtfv s- the best physicians in t' e country; forarsi4 It is composed of some' of 'the gest tonics known, combined, with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combin ation of the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Cure is what produces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials F. J. CHENEY & CO, free. All Drugg Props., Toledo, O. Hall's Family Pills gi:ts 75c. for constipation. tT0i .ur.nnrcPriKor1 Kw "j '"pit--"- . rfWrl uigBWrsau. iu Vir nro v., gentte'men, as some of the memKiril in-la- .. T' the faiiniinntesdmethmy-.goocijagQesgjPJLerjkPAii- a:- i GOOD. iK- - 01,0.. ' .A Hfr " ll vessoth-oddftthawitPmakes- Jj HTHE Jr. O.U.A.M. picnic given by that order here Tuesday " PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30th, 1907" was well attended. There was a That means to you a lot of tobacco enlarge crowd, being some from East joyment. Prince Albert has always been Bernstadt, Liiy, London and Mt. sold without coupons or premiums. We Vernon, the latter being especially prefer to give quality I wu IM KBsbsbsbs well represented by over fifty from that place. There were refresh ments on the grounds, speaking, Copyrlrhtllll by K. J. Reynold bicycle races, the fat woman's Tobacco Co. race and other amusements in the evening. There was a game the national joy smoke iflffi of ball plaved between Livingston howdy-dno y'OU'LL, find a cheerystranger you on tap the much of a are in and Mt. Vernon, with the score in neck of the wood you drop into. For, Prince Albert is right there at the first place you in goodness and favor of Mt. Vernon. Con Asher pass that sella tobacco I The toppy red Dag sella tor a nickel and the tidy red Ar.ro is spent the Fourth at Berea. Mr. in pipe satisfaction tin for a dime; then there's the hand FORSMOKERSUNDER' some pound and tin and Mrs. Claud Griffin, of the is all we or its enthusihumidors and the pound pSd,cEss;pisij crystal-glas- s humidor with Buckeye section, were visiting top MAKmGi,EXPERlMENJS astic friends ever claimed keeps the to-RODUCEiTHE relatives here latter part of last aeco in such bang-ufor it! trim week. There were tervices at a 1 he- tcic time I Christian church, Saturday the It answers every smoke desire you and Sunday, conducted by the or any other man ever had! It is so Rev. Baker, of, London, - J. L. cool and fragrant and appealing to your Hughes, after several days visit with relatives in Indiana, has resmokeappetite that you will get chummy with wmm turned. D B. Rambo and Thomas it in a mighty short time ! Argeubright, were in Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. J T. Moiday. Thb U the reran side of the Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say-s- o Prince Albert tid red tin. Read Omary and children have returned this " Patented Proceei" u on the national joy smoke? from Knoxville aftei several days and realize what it mean' in making Prince Albert ee Buck visit in that city. Mrs Hugh J to your Urine. R.--. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-SaleN. C Jenkins,-wh- o has been sick for quite a while continues about the used but little, and become fright- - week, and bought themselves a same. James Devault. of Leba . .p. A "C1 J "P4 ened at a passing freight train and secend automobile. Mr. Riddle non Junction, attended the picvJ J. R. Mink M. Adams, our Main street and was too quick for htm. It is started home with his car, and had nic here the Fourth. J- hoped, however, that his condi some trouble with it, and left it in was in Louisville on Tues merchant, was thrown from morning on tion is not as serious as it appeared Lexington for repairs. Mr. Al- day. Mrs. Grant Hilton, of Jel-lichis horse Thursday bright will go after his "car about is visiting relatives here this the street between his store and at the time. Mrs. John Robins underwent a the first of the week. Mrs. I. R. week. Mr. and Mrs. R. L Mat-tinglCitizens bank, and it is feared of Covington, are visiting that he received internal injuries very serious operation at St. Storm continues to be on the sick Friday, Dr. list, tho is slightly improved. relatives here. J. M. B'oure, the that may prove fatal. Mr Adams Joseph's Infirmry, for Irvin Abell being the attending Miss Clyde Watson and Mildred blind man, has returned from Irhas been in very poor health She is getting along Robins were in Louisvilie, rom vine and. other towns in the moun-- s several months, but his condition surgeon. was somewhat improved, and he fine and will be able to be brought Thursday until Tuesday, with tains and claims that he took in $90 whiie he was gone. Thidoes was able to be out most of the time home in two or three weeks. We Mrs. Robins a St. Joseph's The writer, having been well for a blind man. Harry Gehr- weeks look, learn that Logan Bryant sold to lor the past several ing after his business interests. Sam Sayers a Ford car this week. in Lcuisville for the past week; is ing, of Louisville, will move his Ben Riddle and Dick Albright not informed as to the latest hap family here in a, few days. We The animal he was riding on this occasion was young, had been were in Cincinnati the first of thelenings, but we are expecting our welcome these good people back mm On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : LIVINGSTON fRi nge Albert o half-pounaponge-moistener bers are old Level Green, school mats and one is a brother got posted 011 good things. we have always Our County Judge We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, liked. The others we are not per Meal, Meat, Shipst.nff, Hay. Corn, Straw. .Fersonally acquainted with, but we tilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, know that they are gentlemen or V Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of they could not have been elected Fanning Tools. to the office they now hold. It we Oin doors are open come often look around have gone beyond our limit we are but don't feel that you have to buy. willing to make atonement If the gentleman thinks we have intended DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. to hand any one a lemon, he has a V wrong conception of the English language. We have no criticism to offer and no fault to lind with j? Brodhead, should the road only goto Brodhead. but the thing we &x$ycp3e& $ want and the thing this section is iTTTniECD looking for, is a road Irom our lgBWMWMWMgTMSjsffaarzgg.OTi town which will Irad us right into the good town of Brodhead. Work start d on this end of the line Wednesday and we are looking forward to that good day when Liv & Mt. Vernon and Brodingston, head will be joined by a spleuuid Prescriptions filled by an1 experpike. With the following lines dedicated to the Brodhead corres ienced man. your business pondent we clcse:. rtsv every customer. a repeater." Alakc our'ororef a Schoolroom for stud vim; Values and a plnro to' . O f i GEO. S. GRIFFIN & SON ft Livingston Kentucky 3BXja3cji& PURE 3cg3cc& '1 DRUGS FRESH We want Your Well, my friend, control your an- p 11-- MS For the lives of great men before us Have been vexed in their day Dou't get mad at a fellow writer. And get yourself in such a fix, 'ust because he happens to meet you On the subject of politics So, my friend, go cool your anger, And a lesson from this take, And if ever we do meet you, We will take a good hand shake. Go right on and write your letters, ger, Don't let it carry you away. Don't forget to ask us about our z&j -- lJr- a- - " X Kodais R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. irszzsssa massaga-to-yo- m, Give the Signal all the news, But in the future do remember, The Livingston writer not to abuse. !. ll li D CHAMBERLAIN'S COUC, TARE fiEiB IaSMLZII fei $5m gi bus-iues-s o, -- y, i In-firm- r3 CHOLERA A1MD DIARRHOEA REMEDY. Every family without exception should keep this preparation at haud during the hot weather of the summer months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-ed- v is worth many times its cost when needed and is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. It has no superior for the purposes for which it is intended Buy it now.. Obtainable everywhere. r i nm E5TrSSfcS--Snff1 esffiss&aE. 4 ' ' DAILY BETWEEN jww CLEVELAND & rovv ' VEnr miM JC.. s 4b mWMaVC'Mp .xr 'ri:.i vrr?-FiB i iiBMnrv 3. -- .wsss- .- .. i The largest and most costly steamer on any inland water or tho world. -- The Great Stip "SEEANDBEE" 3 Magnificent Steamers DITUflTM TTPE Sleeping fcij aeeommoda-tion-s tor 150) passencers. CITY OF ERIE" Leava Cleveland ArriTO BoSalo "CITY OF BUFFALO" 15th-BUFFA- LO C 0 CASTOR Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR - 8:00 P.M. LeaveBnffak arma uncaou - eaoA.M. . (Central Standard Time) ComwetSona at Buffalo for Niagara Falls and ail Eastern and Canadian pomta. Railroad tickets reading between Cleveland and Buffalo are Eod for transportation on our steamers. ASB jour octet agent lor octets via u. n. Beautif ulljr colored sectional puzzle chart, snowmg both exterior and interior cf Tbe Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" sent on receipt of five eenta to cover postage and mailing. Also ask pietonal and deaenptrve boofcict rrea. for oar THE CLEVELAND CLEVELAND-Daft- y, May lstto Nov. i ... i jl BUFFALO TltAMSis' CO., ClaTelisJj flUa I A. ""ssrspvpr- - jx-v- -- J. Bradley and family visited rela and will probably undergo an at Bloss last Surdny. Miss eration at London while away. Pres-iden- t Miss Bonnie Nicely has returned Bertha Kirby was in Mt. Vernon to her home at Mt. Vernon afn r a Io any event, it was piinted'st Saturday shopping wax-hathree weeks visit here. Miss Ola out. will be impossible for any AND CONSTIPATION DeBord left last Sunday tor Dud- ( onsiderable force of bandits to INDIGESTION ley where she began her school assemble for an attack across the Chamberlain's "I have line such as the raid on Columbus, Tablets and must say they are the Monday. The school here will Mr. H. N M., if Gen. Carranza carries best I have ever used for consti- not begin until the 17. D. urnet of Somerset spent Friout the promises made in his note pation and indigestion. My wife to employ all efforts" that may a'so med them for indigestion and day and Saturday with Mr. ar.d Mrs. f Win. H Brown. Mrs would make no comment. H be at his disposal to avoid the application they did her good," writes Eugene Dora Cummins has been very sick gave the impression, however, S Knight. Wilmington N. C. again this weefc. Mr. J. L. Hasty that General Carranza's sugges Chamberlain's Tablets are mild HWY M ENDURE MJMER MEMBER OF wms in somerset last Thursday. tion that there is no pending ques and gentle in their action. Give KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION COLDS? Mr. W. H. Browu has been tion between the Governments It isn't necessary to have a them a trial. You are certain to sick for several days, suffering with answered that cannot be readily be pleased with the agreeable lax his head and has almost completemeets stuffed head, running nobe. To,' by friendly negotations cough your head off as it were a ive effect which they produce ly lost his heiring Miss Bessie quick sympathy here. with All you need do is to e Dr. Ben' Ohtaianable everywhere. DeBord returned to Berea last ANXIOUS TO AVERT WAR Pine Tar Honey. The soothing So we are pnpired already t Friday, af.er a months visit with Mr. Lansing is known to share and healing balsams open the adopt the allies' tactics: to irapo homefolks. She was accompan President Wilson's desire that clogged air passages and in a conditions on Gu; that will led as for as Mt. Vernon by Mr. THE BLOCKADE BOOT ON THE OTHER LEG. hostilities be avoided if there is shott time you get relief and start prevent it from destroying our and Mrs. W. E Anderson and any possible way to safeguard on the road to recovery. Your blockade. We will treat Guit Mss Isatell-- Ping. Mr. H. D. From time to time since the American border interests with nose stops running, you cough less ' emaia now as we treated Mexic B irnet of Somerset, Mr. and European war began, protest lias out a clash with the Carranza and you know you are getting in the cjvU nar as Brittain ha Mrs. J. B. Thompson and Mrs. W. Government. The new Mexican better. Get a oottie, use as di- - treated Hollard. It may be d H. Brown took dinner with been made by Germany, bv in this country, and by communication so plainly indi rected. Keep what is left as structive of a cove'ted Guatemala drs J. L Thompson Monday. cates a simalar desire that a fur- cough and cold insurance. opinion for quick and volnminou uniformed or sentimental people Mrs. D. M. Cress spent from profi-s- ; generally, against the methods of" ther interchange of views is ex it may even prevent som ?riday until Monday with her the blockade imposed by the allies pected to begin immediately lookthoroughly neutral Americans i oister, Mrs James Baker at Cedar ing to join efforts to curb bolder sgainst the central powers this case, however their neutrality ville. Misses Florence Plnramer Misses Roxie and Margaret Mc- - would not be easily differentiated and Pearl Hurst were the Pneusnf bandits and other irresponsible Especially has it been charged selling sup-- ; Miss Flora Hurst Saturday night that the allies had no right to in- agencies that have worked to em- Clure were the guests of Misss from treason-fr- om ami raumc ivuuy, .aL plles to our enemy. That may and Sunday. ar- broil the two Governments. .uaiiua terfere with our commerce in W. M. Bullccfc of Miss Rose shock people who have been so in- High officials were very much Saturday and Sunday. ticles that the blockade powers Hansford and K. J. McKinney of wanted to buy from us. Cotton impressed by the complete change Renner of Corbin is visiting her dignant about the allies closing; Mt, Vernon, were through here Mr the doors to German) , hut we iast has been the pet grievance of a in tone shows in Gen Carranza's sister Mrs. NoraMcKinney. week taking land leases for new note. It was described by and Mrs. Thomas Pennix of near guess folks who are indignant oil and gas certain class of publicists. Misses Georgia and Man j' months ago The Times one as more than conciliatory. Pine Hfll, were visitors of Mr. about the employment of these Rose Gentry of Willailla spent ' pointed out, first, that the allies There seems to be no disposition and Mrs. J. S. Rowe Saturday and weapons by the United States, Saturday night and Sunday with are conducting their blockade to doubt that the United States Sunday. Miss Bertha Kincer when the United States needs their grandmother, Mrs. J. N under American-mad- e rules dating on its side woul d be willing; to ar bought a milk cow of M. F. Dea- - them, will not be so vocal in their Brown. They attended the ser-victo the civil war; and, second, that range for the early withdrawal ton for 55. Mr and Mrs. J. B. protests. They might find it bad Mr. H. H. at Friendship. no country on earth has more of the expeditionary force from Price are rejoicing over the ariival for their health. Randolph of Elrod, was a visitor I of a fine girl baby. Irvine Bull- reason for maintaining the m jst Mexico. The blockade boot is suddenly here Sunday. W. P. Burnett, With more than 150,000 regu- - ock has installed a phone in his on the other leg. liberal construction of the supertraveling salesman for Louisville Rev. James Barnes ior power's privileges in conduct-ins- : lars and National Guardsmen soon store. Tin and Stove Co., was here Tues a blockade, because in almost to be available fcr border patrol preached a very interesting day calling oa the merchants. O, the necessity for keeping mon at Mt Pisgah last Sunday. any war that this counuy might H. DeBord was in Mt. Vernon The six months old baby of Mr. wage in the western world the Gen. Pershing's columns any last Saturday. Mr. and Mis blockade of our enemy would be a greater distance beyond the line and Mrs. T J. Nichols is very sick Frank Jones spent Sunday with has lessened, accox'ding to many and its recovery is doubtful. Mrs "D ev. W. V. Anderson filled his Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lawrence. chief weapon in our hands. re ular appointment at FriendAmple forces are at Logan Renner and children of Now comes the precise parallel officials. hand to control the situation, even Cedarvi'le are spending the week ship Saturday night and Sunday. to the conditions that the allies Crs? Mr and Mrs. R. B. Saylor are have had to meet. It comes soon if the Mex;can troops now assem- - with her mother Mrs: Sarah Kir-ble- d FOR FLETCHER S in Northern Mexico are un by of this place. Mrs. M. G Kir visiting relatives at Boring Ry. er than expected, more impressable immediately to guarantee is improving very slowly. Willie Mrs. Savior is in very poor health ively than we might wish. We are on the verge of war with Mexico. We may be in war before another day passes. The blockade has already been arranged and outlined. Sufficient naval orce has been sent "cd both the east and west coasts of Mexico to seal the country. Muni tions, foodstuffs, general supplies, will be placed under the ban the intant war is declared. Shall our German sympathizers protest that we are going to starve the innocent, the noncomhatants, the women and children of Mex ico? That is what they have charged against the allies blockade of middle Europe. Or will they realize, as the rest of us have realized in connection with the European situation and as the Washington Government insisted durinS the civil war, that such means will bring the issue sooner and thefpre lessen the horrors of conflict? We rather opine that an American blockade of Mexico will arouse vastly less outcry in be half of oppressed humanity" than a Brittish blockade of Ger many. But it is the same thing. Another parallel. Britain and France have been compelled to close the Scandinavian and Dutch Tr- Too bad, too yet what can you do when a gateways of ingress to Germany. cigarette is "built" to give only part of its taste? They have opposed severe conditions, and have inflicted undoubt. But puff a Favorite just once. The difference ed hardsbipson neutral commerce. is plain as daylight it gives you ALL the deliBut what are we about to do in a like situation? cate mildness, and delightful aroma, and "body" Already we are reminded fiat that some cigarettes actually hide! Guatemala, on the southern border of Mexico, is the one neutral All because STRAIGHT CUT tobacco through which supplies may be "draws" so much more freely and evenly. introduced into Mexico. We might build a cement wall a mile Notice the words "Straight Cut" on the packhigh around all Mexico, save the age when you try Favorites today! Guatemala front: and yet, if that frontier be left open, Carranza ( could twiddle his fingers at us in P glee, and bring through the Guatemalan ports and over the border to Mexico, all the guns and ammunition and food stuffs and what not he might be able to buy all over the world. It would be no blockade at all with little Guatemala wide open, precisely as the allies' blockade of G rmany would be a derision with Sweedeo, Norway, Denmark, and Holland R free to pipe in the war necessaries of a world. Louisville Times. .Mca? op-tiv- es MT. VERNON SIGNAL Formal statement of the atti tude of the Washington Govern's ment must await the Friday, July 7, 1916 action, but there is no doubt in tie uiinds of officials that the Published every Friday by been opened for an amicable EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. adjustment of the dispute as to the b rd iv situation, which brought $I.O the two Governments to the verge UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR of war. himself Secrtetary Lansing Advertising rates mace know on s protection irom raiders. FURTHER RAIDS Children Cry for Fletcher's u-e- d 1 -- J The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of. ana lias been made imder his sonal supervision since infancy.. jr'Cc4cutf. Allow no one to deceive its in this. you " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. per-rtTV-T2- Just-as-go- od u-- CASTOR! A What is substitute for Castor Oil, PareCastoria is a harmless pro-German- s goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opiiun, Morphine nor other Jfarcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has 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. GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS HeiMsfard Bears the Signature of r I A In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CINTAUH COMANV. NEW VOWK CITY. es The Man With Million ser-wor- k. L?1 (s7repi liUldreu 4STORI & Needs a 'clean bank, a strong bank, a the man with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind- - The Peoples is seeking your business and is prepared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIME" DEPOSITS SI K Peoples Bank iCF .J iO-O- O ooom wmM HIM i! rwJ A w Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the abiiity and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the conrteous treatment extended to all, are its best l recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of Mt Vernon m a MT. VERNON, KY. mw ffim zs zs a trill o-o- o ox for:sale. ft I , ( sob . i A five ioom cottage and six acies of land four acres in fine fruit, i 'ycxal&cycc P H Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, Phone 49-S. r. Jtprfjp4J?a$0 FAVORITE Cigarette 'get r TA the good out ofgood tobacco praK Washington, July 5. The crisis between the United States aud Mexico virtually came te an end to day when a Jriendly andconcil iatorv note from the de facto Government was handed to Secretary Lansing and promptly communicated to President Wilson. . cr m packed Also -- iVv KTHI f 20 for HK and 2 year old. Some of the trees hore this year. A good strawberry patch of the early variety with sufficient plants to set a 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 bv an analysis made by the State, wntcn 1 nave lnis property is right in the Oil belt, or at least we have oil at 4o feet. Will sell at a bargain. 1 also baVc to offer, 2 work mares and 2 work mules, 1 wagon and harness, 1 good buggy mare sate for any one, 1 good Bohon buggy, with two sets of wheels rubber and steel, and a good set of harness, 1 Story & Clark Organ cost $ 1I7 Bl: ck Walnut Cabinet case and other things which are too numerous to men-1'o- n. Prefer to sell at private sales. W. A. Tyree, Brodbead Ky. KY K Fron tRooms over Baker' Store . J5CjiQ5$i j(C"j3tL35kjlc55 $; TO THE PUBLIC. eave been using Chamber-Iain- '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. J. C. MoCLARY L UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER STANFORD, KY. MT. VERNON SIGNAL' Mt. Vernon Ky July 7, 1916 "" 79 up "No. 79" wner7 wr o to Coramunt- - JJ oate "wlih SIGNAL 'a a . 1 T"iTigfcM poiMa Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. 'a P . t )& (a rftm I ! R PKR fcool T ME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 north north south South Phone No. 8. 5.I0 p m 3:56 a m n:44 a ru 12:13 a m - FOR OUR COUNTY FAIRS We are prepared to fit you Men and Young Men up in the things you need to keep you for all occasions Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoetoHce mail matter. as second-clas- s and comfortable a OUR PERSONAL Jamie Thompson spent the Fourth in Richmond. Tom O'mara was home from Louisville Sunday with his family. Chas. Thompson and David Ctaig Forded over from Lancaster Tuesday. Misses Fan and Bess Sparks returned yesterday from a several days stay in Louisville. Miss Annie L. Kick'es is spending a few days with relatives in May wood and Stanford. PALM BEACH MOHAIR SUITS TELEPHONE - ot w"e3ttJa.er Specials SUITS - SPORT LOW SHOES Some of OUR will - SHIRTS - PANAMA HATS SILK SOX MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY We pay Parcel Post on Orders of Come in today, see these goods and enjoy the kool breezes. - US SpP"" Roy Bryant and a Mr Post, of London Forded thru o Lexington Saturday returning Mon lay. Mr. and Mrs W. M. Bryant, were in Barbourville during tee week with Mrs. Bryant's parents. Misses Ella Mae McKenzie and Verna Welch are visiting Miss Lucille Thompson near Lancas ter. Mrs. R. E. Thompson and daughter, Miss Tanna have been with Mrs. W. M. Po- - nter during the week. F. L. Thompson Jr. and F. L. Durham saw the double header between tne Indians and Colonels No. 27 Use Our Fone Any Ti You Are In Town a 'a mm Tuesday. Logan Bryant and Will Thompson were in Hiatt, Con way and Wildie yesterday advertising the Mt Vernon Fair. Mrs D B. Southard, after a weeks visit to her daughter Mrs. W. G. McBee, returned to her home in Stanford Wednesday. A G. Bartlett, Treasurer of the W. J Sparks Co., is reported very sick at his home in Louisville. His c mdstion is regarded as very serious. Rev H T." Young is in Grayson county for a ten day stay. Mrs. Young and son, M aster J Preston are with relatives at Brodhead during his absence. Tip Langtbrd will move to Liv ingston about the 15th. He will occupv the buildings now occupied by T. J. Pennington, who will move to Mt. Vernon. Mrs. J. E. Craig spent a part of the week with her son W. G. McBee, being her first visit to Mr and Mrs McBee since they moved into their beautiful home on West Main. Miller, Mr. and Mrs Floyd Misses Amy Proctor and Julia Fish, Miss Mary Proctor of Brodhead, Herbert Cox, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Fish motored over to Stanford and Lancaster Tuesday afternoon and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Catron in Lincoln County. -- believe Tanlac will do what Tanlac is being specially introit is recomended tc do. " duced in Mt. Vernon at R. H. Columbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, The enormous sales of Tanlac 5. Aug. mean but one thing and that is Miller, also at Central Drug Livingston, and Tohn Lawrenceburg Fair Ass'n., merit. It is what the neighbors Co., Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead Aug. 15-say that counts most after all. tickets. New Perryville Fair., Perry-ville- , One bottle of Tanlac is sold in a W. M. Owens' store. Burr, Line Bad Murder: Tho worst murIn Winchester For the benefit of those who der ever committed intb county, Aug. 9- -1 1. neighborhood through advertis- Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. may not have a catalog the Mt. occurred last week, on the east side Danville Fair, Danville, Aug. ing, but ten more are sold after Welch Berea; J. Reynolds and By James Maret. Son, Bee Lick. will of the county, when John Martin, Vernon Fair Association 4. the first bottle produces results. Mrs. Georgie Rice, who has print a complete list of Premiums aged 24, shot and mortally wounded Bullit Co. Fair, Shepherdsville, been visiting in Somerset came to Aug.l5--i8- . for this year in next week's issue Parker Browning, aged 20, who ot this paper. The dates are Aug. died Tuesday as the result of the Winchester Tuesday and will be K. of P. Fair, Nicholasville, Poultry wound. Jiixcitement is running accompanied to Mt. Vernon by Aug. 29-,' Ship us your Poultry and receive her favorite niece Edna Davis, the Knox Co. Fair, Barbourville, lLmf& ...- 1 4. I The little four vear old son of high and the citizens of the East fry niguesu price anu pruiupu iciunis. side are very much enraged at the last of the week. Aug. 1. Mr. and Mis. Sdey Doan was run Mr. H O. Yeary, of Cumber Laurel Co. Fair, London, Aug. over and killed by a wagon loaded horrible act. The story as given land Gap, was on the train Sunday j 22-?- 5. with wheat near their home in to us from those who have been on wholesale ground and talked with eye enroute to Detroit to bring back a K. of P. Fair, Stanford, Aug. Lincoln County Tuesday after- the COMMISSION MERCHANTS Dodge Bros, automobile. It is 5noon. The remains were laid to witnesses is as follows: Martin was a notorious moonshiner and it is probable he will have passed thru Berea Fair, Berea, Aug. 4. 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. rest at Providence burying grourd Mt Vernon before these words said had been drunk for several MT. VERNON FAIR Ass'n this county, Wednesday. xiMpW - ili" Brownirg went to Bill are in print. weeks. Mt. Vernon, Aug. 9- -1 1. Clark County and other Central Mrs. Minerva Troxel aged 70 Martin's home, to see John Martin Bvodhead Fair Ass'n., Brod and premises is swept clean every neighbors and fellow-citizended at the home of her daughter to get some moonshine. Hearing Kentucky counties are looking to head, Aug. 1G-when you spend, your money with morning. Mrs Henry Davidson near Qjuail the younger Martin a short dis- the mountains for their future Wayne Co. Fair. Monticello, You take a good daily news- them you know it will circulate Wednesday. She was lhe wife of tance from bouse, Browning went supply of stone for turnpike pur- Sept 8. around and probably come back to paper and a few ot the best you again. the late J M. Troxwell aud the down where he was and approach- poses and will purchase their supKentucky State Fair, Louisville, that you may keep posted plies therefrom as soon as reas Sept. 11-mother of Mrs. James Proctor of ing him, Browning, according to on the "big things" of the out near Orlando. John Troxwell of his dieing declaration, laid his onable rates can be secured from FOR FLETCHER'S GOOD side world. LOOK GOOD-FE- EL Missouri and Mrs. Chas. Childress hand on Martin's shoulder and the lailroads. The lasting quala paid up subscriber Yon are No one can either leel good or ot Oklahoma. told him he was glad to see him, ities of the mountain stone is LOCAL to the town and county newsmuch superior to that of the na- look good while suffering trom All stockhol ders of the Ass'n when Martin struck Browning, Get rid of that papers, not only for the news they stone quarried here. Rock- constipation. please remember that July , knocking him down and as he tive they are the Are you getting ready for the will castle has a sufficient amount of tired lifeless feeling by a treat- contain but because are the days. has been designated as CLEAN "Browning," started to get up. stone to furnish every general medium for the expression Aug fair. oiher Ken- ment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. -- UP day at the Fair grounds. Martin shot, the ball entering near take one or two of community ideas, and the The County Teachers' Institute tucky county. Many, of them Buy a box There is quite a few things to be the collar bone, coming out just In the morning editors are BOOSTERS after your begins Monday, July 17. Prof. J. will use it when freight rates are pills done that day, among them being above the hip, passing almost that stuffedj dull feeling is gone own heart. W. Ireland will be the instructor. reduced. the enlargement of the Floral Hall through the body. Young Brownand you feel better at once. 25c. James Maret was with home repairing the Dintng Room, re- ing was taken to the Richmond TAKING BIG CHANCES DETECTIVES WANTED. at your druggist. folks Sunday. He says that the pairing the fence and cleaning up hospital, where he died Tuesday. It is a great risk to travel withThe undersigned Agency will If you are a Booster you are the out, a bottle of Chamberlain's Colis being pushed in the Blue in general. All stockholders who ioe omcers nave oeen scouring work consider applications for memberGrass section. ic, Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy, are interested in a bigger, better that section since Tuesday v re- ship from certain localities in Ken- "salt of the earth." turning last eveuing, after learnYou set a good example to your as this preparation cannot be obbe any preaching Fair are requested to be on hand There wilr-fo-t tucky. We look after Criminals, fellow-citizen- s by keeping your tained on trains or steamships. and stay until the job is ing definitely that Martin had fled Collect Names and Addresses of at the Christian church Snnday early, to Clay county, his former home. home and everything pertaining Atfacks of bowel complaints are morning and evening on account finished. Get Our Prices and While searching for Martin, the Farmers, etc. Collect debts aud thereto in good condition. often sudden and very severe, and of the absence of Rev. Young. ""Vashington, July 5. Final officers found his moonshine still furnish commercial reports to We Will Get Your Your wife never has to apologise everyone should go prepared for offered by report of the Fedeaal Trade Com- which was promptly destroyed. business concerns. We.pay salary for her furniture, and she never One of the premiums Trade them. Obtainable everywhere. the Mt. Vernon Fair is $2.50 to mission on its investigation into Sheriff Mullins, Jailer Winstead and fees. For full particulars has to stay home from church , ugliest man on the ground on the the oil situation in the U. S. prob and the citizens of the East Side write. because she hasn't a dress fit to If you are in business you are a last day. Secretary has alreadv ably will be completed within two have offered a reward of 50, and Va &Tenn. Detective Agency, wear. liberal advertiser, not merely for Incorporated. Teeeived several entries in this weeks. Commissioner Harris the Governor has been asked to Your front gate doesn't sag the sake of the business it brings The investigation is double said ring. the amount. with a broken hinge, and there yiou, but because you realize these Young Mahoney Building, Bristol, Tenn. Va. isn't a paling missing from your newspaper men are constantly We are notat liberty to make any credited amonj Government offi- Browning is said to have been a statement just now about some of cials with a large saving to the U. placable, honorable and hard fence. Your house gets a new coat doing a lot of good things for the Three working young man. Sheriff Multhe oil movements in the county, S on motor fuel oil of paint every time it needs it. town for which they wouldn't let are not choking the you compensate them in any other unless somebody is shooting months ago the Standard Oil Co. lins will 'mail out this week photos tut The weeds For Infants and Children, at a mighty high mark there are offered oil at 31 cents a gallon, and descriptions of Martin and life out of vegetables in the gar- way. A con- there will be no let up in the seareh The Kind You Have Always Bought den, and your front lawn isn't litgoing to.be some big things doing but the bid was rejected. You patronize your town mer-ohand it is not going to be always tract has just beeu closed at 2$ until Martin' is behind the prison Bears the X tered with trash. , ts, not only through conven. VAT PIwie52NT.VEItN0N,KY. (Signature of cents a gallon. bars. ' in front ot your ience, but because they are your until it is done. The sidewalk w wm 22-2Law-rencebur- A few cases of typhoid have Wear a Palm Beach and keep Get it at Fishs and you know its been reported in different sections Get it at Fish's. right. kool. of the county. Now is the time Jersey Keep a lookout for the announ- to begin the precaution. In this For Sale:- - Goi.d, cow; Giving milk, will sell cheap cement of that new Buick, 35 h. p connection we think it wise to call Mrs. T. D. Mullins. Mt. Vernon. electric lights and starter, a real attention to some cleaning up For Sale:- - A fine Jersey cow automobile, dealers will admit; is which is being badly needed right equal to anything on the market, here in Mt. Vernon and where the 4 3 ears old. Will sell at a bargain in its class, and the price is only property owners ignore the imporS. B. Ramsey, . Mt. Vernon, Ky. $665. A car will be on demon- tance of doing so, the health board stration in Mt. Vernon soon. and officials will do a great blessing For Sale:- - House and lot on I am prepared to make photos, by seeing that these unsanitary Call Main street in Mt. Vernon. or address S. H. Martin, Mt. Ver- I have experienced help. Give places are cleaned up and kept non, or Mrs. Harry Jones, Lon- me a call and I will try to please clean. you. I will take poultry, eggs don Kv. QUAIL. in - Will furnish sacks and meatMrs.exchange for Photos. Elbert Elder has typhoid fever. Wheat:Judith Thompson. and pay the market price for West Main Street t -- Mauris Proctor and family are wheat. visiting J. A. Proctor. W. A. Lewis Reams of Orlando seems C. A. Davis, to have had a very impolite cus Owens is teachiug vocal music at Mt. Vernon, Ky. tomer in his store last week, as he Providence on Saturday night and in went in at the window in the night Sundays, with large attendance. The nextBOOSETR DAY Mt Vernon is Saturday Tulv 22 The church of Christ at Prov-sing- and carried off some of his stock. 20th-- - and first Saturday after the Robert and Linville Mullins and idence is noted for its good and all persons holding BOOS- Oscar and Arthur Reams of DudTER tickets are hereby notified ley were among the witnesses in to be on hand that day with thier the above 2ase here Wednesday. OUR BOONE WAY MAN ..a aaaaaaa-jaaaaaaaaaaaa.a..:.zzz::::::::::::::::::::::- ::::: THE CASH STORE iiiiii:;.;!!!!!!!!:!!!:!!!:!!::!::!., ::::::::::z::zzz ::z: :zz:. :::::!:!:::::::::Z::;:..iia ss .Mrs. J. H. Mullins, Misses Mabel Cummins and Effie Poteet called at the Signal office Tuesday. BILLIOUSNESS AND STOMACH TROUBLE "Two years ago I suffered fiom frequent attacks of stomach trouble and biliousness," writes Miss Emma Verbryke, Lima Ohio. "I could eat very little food that agreed with me and I became so dizzy and sick at my stomach at times that I had to take hold of something to keep from falling. $J00 ! or more anywhere . ....i.a.i. A. W. ii.imi a Parson Davis, who had church at Midway says he is glad to "I suffered intensely with a dofse TANLAC lame back, my blood circulation was poor and I could not rest well at night," said Mr, A. W. Davis, minister, who lives at 461 Se.-in- g Chamberlain's Tablets north Upper street,' Lexington. advertised I decided to try them. "I felt; better in a few days Obtain- after taking it. 1 improved rapidly." I rested well at able everywhere. night and noticed that the pains left my back. I now have a good Kentucky hair Dates appetite, too. People are always willing to tell others of any medicine th.it helps them. It is something they can't keep to themselves because of the impulse to sympathise with fellow sufferers and to want to help them in one of the strongest, as well as, one of the biggest things in human nature. Tanlac aids digestion, promotes heathy refreshing sleep and For 1916. "I strengthens the nerves. g, 18. 2-- 9-i- o-n. Poultry L. 31 -- 30-Se- pt. Houchens Bros. 23-2- 2-- - " L2- s, 18. 5-- mag-izine- s, 16. Children Cry OASTORIA LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL 2-j- o-it to-da- to-nig- ! g MILL WORK g to-da- Proctor & CASTOBIA I ar McKb XXf T7Tt I i XX "- - t; Bulletin No. 5 The Bethlehem Steel Company's Offer to Serve the United States At a lime when the expenses of the Government are so enormous COME TO THE 1 Isn't it worth while finding out the actual facts before plunging ahead into an expenditure of $11,000,000 of the people's money for a Government armor plant? To cloar up the whole situation, and to put it on a basis as fair and business-likup know how to express it, we now make this offer to the Government: e as AUGUST 9th SPECIAL REDUCED &A ! rair TO OH 11th, ALL. g I9S6 4 The Bethlehem Steel Company will manufacture armor- - plate for the Government of the United States at actual cost of operation plus such charges for overhead evpenses, interest and depreciation as the Federal Trade Commission may fix. We will agree to this for such period as the Government may designate. The House of Representatives voted down a proposal to empower the Federal Trade Commission to determine a fair price for armor, and allow private manufacturers opportunity to meet that price before the Government built its plant. ? RAILROADS I THIS IS HOME COMING WEEK FOR EVERYBODY w 3 i The Association has spared neither time nor money in making this the BIGGEST, BEST FAIR and HORSE SHOW in Eastern Kentucky 33S33e3CbQ t: EUGENE CHAS. M. SCHWAB, Chairman G. GRACE, President Isn't our proposition fair and ought it not to be accepted More Show Kings C. D. SUJ.TON. President Bigger Premiums W. II. FISH. Secretary ft The measure is now before the United States Senate. LOAD UP THE FOLKS AND BRING THEM EVERY DAY Bethlehem Steel Company Remember the Ford a $ycycy& GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead LINE Ky COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled UMDBETAKB Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelld Hand-mad- e ! 2 stores and fix- weie dynamited for trees and tures, one store at Hansford and great care taken iu sen ing the or one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases chard. Also about 6 acres of 2 desks; 1 typewriter; 1 iron safe; other orchard on this farm. This 1 share in Peoples Bank; 1 share is the farm for the stockman; a in Mtw Vernon Fair Association; good farm and well watered and 25 shares in Central Life Insuronly a few ears to wait tor a ance Co.; 2 shares in Don Overyoung fortune from growing fruit land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, Farm No. 5 or 258 acres, ad Xud.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural joining farm No 4, with one good Credit Association. dwelling house, barn and store W. M. Bullock. tenant houses and barns, bouse; 4 good orchard; known, to be as SHOULD SLOAN'S L1NIMRNT good if not the best stand for merGO ALONG? chandise in the county. Also has 01 course it should! For a ples and 5oo Elberta peaches, if all are true to name, with a guar anty from the company to prune and spray for 3 years. Holes ga'hering time, about 500 Stayman VVinesap ap Temperance as whe n thev begur, and as a result of that meeting we now have our beloved V. C. T U. with its well orgauized forces doing wonders for humanity in most every country and nation The program of the Convention wa9 as follows: 3PG33c j&a&&3C$3C&3$l jonas Mckenzie THE OLD RELIABLE iyC&3G3&Z&3C&tt :OPC3feX3cSg3K3g3ci THURSDAY NIGHT. The fight is on. Soug, Mrs. Millie N. Reid Devotional, Welcome Address: (Church) Rev. F. M. Jones. (School) Mrs. McCluie. (Business Men) J. P. E. Drum mond. (Local Union) Mrs. Drnmmond (Rail Road Men) T. O. Welch. N. M. and Mrs Oliver. (Physicians) Dr. Webb. The New Sun Light Song, Responses: Mrs Nellit- - L. Horton &a$3a.pza&c$x mrfvcigym:mxi A goocTline of a good coal mine. after General Merchandise - Farm No. 6 of 250 acres, 2 miles west of farm No. n; good valley farm, in good state of cul good or-har- )ffins furnishec y I rPjffiP. VnVv niJl VyiVSr Hearse sseni fhe County. to all parts of! All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled w. a. 94-- S M J. VERXON, KY. ex, mmwrw JLBJKJ i)vzzr gq m afo, .Pii!&&rr-fcuif;, c& JsZ m . .,i &". nsi You Need a Tonic BHKh There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui. the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking $2 The Woman's Tordc Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands, w xx J 61 NOTICE! Having decided to west, for sale, privately all of will offer my property, both personal and real, as follow, until August 15th, and on that day I will close all that remains unsold at public auction at my home, Hansford, Ky: Real estate for sale on easy terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of 130 acres, 4 miles south of Mt. Vernon, with i storehouse, dwelling bouse and barn, and three tenant houses, several good coal mines from which Mt. .Vernon milps south of Mt. Vernon, 2 houses, 1 barn, about So acres in growing crop, 60 acres in grass and balance in woodland; adjoin ing farm No. i, so as to make one and surrounding country get the greater part of its coal suply. frarm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 well located farm if purchaser should desire both tracts. Farm No. 1 lies on east side of of creek and mostly underlaid with coal Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, rather a valley farm, with some coal m the hill. Farm No. 3 ot i9o acres, one-hal- f mile west of farm, No. 2; a ood strong valley farm in good state of cultivation and not very much improvement. About 100 acres cleared, balance in woodland. Farm No. 4 of 2?i acres, 5 miles south of Mt. Vernon, in in good state of cultivation, well improved; 1 good dwelling house, barn and storehouse and all other necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant houses. This farm is a creek farm, running to the liilltops, with some workable coal in the hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard set out this spring, consisting of tivation; good house and barn: 1 tenant house; about i2o acres cleared ar.d the balance in woodland. 3 town lots iu Bethurum & Lew is Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. and 1 lot in Jersey City, N. .1 Also have a few hundred acres of desirable mineral rights to se'l. It is not worth while to speaC of the water on these farms, as it is well known that Rockcastle is one of the best watered couuties in this state or any other state. All of these farms are handy to churches and schools and the county has under consideration, 4 turnpikes out of the town of Mt Vernon, north and south, east and west. Several niiles have been let and work already begun Those farms are on the pike road leading south from Mt. Vernon, on the waters of Dry Fork and Skeggs Creek and most of this land is limestone land and tine producing and grass land. Wil sell on easy terms any part of this land or all as a whole. Anyone wishing to buy land, either for investment or home, will do well to call and go over thi land, and get my price and terms. For the benefit of those who might know these farms and locate them bet ter by name, I will name them by their former owners: Tract No known as the Sand Spring coal fields; Tract No. 2 known as the Will Price farm at Sand Spring; Tract No. 3 known as the old Tommy Graves valley larm; 4 known as the K. J. Tract No McKinney tarin; Tract No. 5 known as the W. G. Nicely farm at Hansford; Tract No. 6 known as the Mat Deboard and later the Albert Hamlin farm near Level Green. d; 1 strenuous day when your muscles have been exercised to the lim;t an application of Sloan's Liniment will take the soreness and stiffness away and get you in fine condition for the morrow. You should al-- o u.se it lor a sudden attack of toothMrs. Millie Reid ache. Stiff neck, backache, stings, Mrs. Anna McCarty bites and the many accidents that Mrs. Anna B. Wheeler are incidental to a vacation. "We Vocal Solo, "Was it You" Miss would as soon leave our baggage Ethel Hayes. as go on a vacation or camp out Presidents Message, Mrs. RaySloan's Liniment.' mer. Writes one vacationist: We use it Song. Prayer, Rev. F. M Jones tor everything from cramps to FRIDAY MORNING. toothache." Put a bottle in your Mr.-- . C. E. Rice Devotional, ban, he prepared and have no Roll Call and Minutes Appointing Committees: Courtesies, Credentials Resolutions. W, C. T. U. CONVENTION. REPORT OF LOCAL, UNIONS jtXt-T--O- Farm Implements R 2 A COMPLETE LINE OF HEBKMK s chool Books & We a PERSONAL PROPERTY for sale on easy terms: S work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack bed; 1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire buggy; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 turning plows; 3 section harrows; 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva tors; i double shovel plows; 4 bull tongue plows; 1 mowing machine; interest in 1 bin2 rakes; one-hal- f der; about 2500 ft. ot Ijf inch iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon Fair Association; 1, 12 horse power boiler and engine; all of my interest in about 200 acres of growing cropsto be sold as it stands or so much per bushel at The 2nd annual meeting ot the district convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union met in Livingston Ky. June 22-1916, with the honored President Mrs. Elizabeth Raymer, at the helm. This division is composed of the Unions in Clay, Knox, Whitley and Rockcastle Counties It was a meeting long to be remembered by those who saw and heard the forceful lectures and demonstration of what the liquor traffic is doing for our home, our town, our stale and onr Nation, the facts presented were astounding and it was indeed lamentable that more of the county voters were not present to hear these truths for what we need most is more enlightenment on thet-- vital questions. The reports from the several Unions were very gratifying and they are all doing splendid work for our Master in this great battle against sin in all forms and es pecially the liquor and tobacco habits. Mrs Millie N. Reid of Cor bin Ky., one of the first Crusaders and one of the seventy brave women headed by Mother Thomson who started the fight on the rum deamon on that cold bleak day, the 24th of December 1873, in Hillsborough Ohio, related her experience in a very touching way telling how they braved the winter storms, jeers criticism and was even imprisoned for the cause they loved so well and as they went day by day for three long months singing and praying in front of the saloons of that city. Not one ever grew weary or discouraged, not one ever said, lets give up the fight, and at the close Of that long campaign all were as much on fire for the cause of. 23 Mrs. McCarty East Bernstarit. Mrs J. J. Hughes Pittsburg, 1 m SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1 ive ;o$tsr fiekets Barbourvilie, Mrs W. W Tinsley Mrs. W. M. Reid Corbin, Mrs. N. L Horton Manchester, Mrs. Pennington Mt Vernon, Miss Ltta Cook Livingston, Mrs. Horton Noontide Prayer Adiourn for lunch. FRIDAY AFTERNOON Mrs. Hileman Devotional, Roll z3 1 OUR STOCK is more compl- -t than ever. Our business has doubled in volume in the past six Our Goods and Prices please others months. and will please you. 1 i H m CIl. i Pioneer Drug Store CHAS L. DAViS. Proprietor Phono 87 N $: men, we condemn the renting ot house- - 'y property owners for im moral Election of officers. Song, "To gain and to hold" Mrs. Hileman and Mr- - Ramer. Our Aims and our M eds, and Mrs. Raymer How to obtain State Wide Pro bibition in Kentucky, Mrs. Anna B. Wheeler. FRIDAY NIGHT. ' Mrs. Raymer Devotional, Medal Contestants: , Miss Bessie Owens Miss Essie Hansel Miss Ma Evans Miss Fannie Large Miss Grace Large Miss Mary Campbell Miss Bessie Owens was winner of the beautiful Medal. All the Contestants delivered their orations in a very creditable manner. Officers elected for the ensuing year are: Pres. Mrs. E. Raymer, Vice Pres. M N. ReiJ. Mrs. Cor. Sec. Mrs. Maris, Rec. Sec. Mrs. Drmmond. Treas. Mrs. Horton, RESOLUTIONS. With gratitude to our Heavenly Father for fhe victories of the past and realizing our dependence on Him lor guidance and wisdom in the future, we do reaffirm our belief in the final triumph of right over wrong, and as with him we, the Womans Christ Mr-Jon- es 1 repeal of such laws. seventh:- - Deploring the :Whereas the quesstate of war in Europe, we SECONDtion of State wide prohibition is reiterate our belief in peace and growiug more and more acute m arbitration as opposed to Ky. every day and the entire question hinges on the men to be Committee: nominated and elected to our LegMrs. Maris islature, resoled that we endorse Mrs. Pennington only such men as openly declare Mrs. Horton themselves for State wide and Mrs. McCarty National orohibition. Miss L. Cook. third:- - That whereas Scientists have proven that tobacco is A HACKING COUGH WEAKENS THE SYSTEM. harmful, especially to growing hereby oppose youths. That we Don't suffer with a hacking the use of tobacco in all forms and cough that has weakened your especially the cigarette, and fur- system get a bottle of Dr. King's ther stand for the strict enfoice-men- t New Discovery, in use over forty years, and benefiting all who use of the cigarette law. fourth:- - That we stand lor it, the soothing pine balsam with believing that tar heal the irrated air passages soothes the raw spots, loosens laws against traffic in Women, and all laws the-- mucous and prevents racking Sabbath descration D"r. upon our Statute books can and the bodv with coughing. enforced. King's New Discovery induces should be fifth:- - True to our s'tandaid natural sleep and aids nature to of purity for both men and wo cureou. con-tinutd ian Temperance Un on of K , in -- nd annu-- i c mention in division t'otthe elevt nih district bled, do horeby declare FiuST:- - Tht we aie against . ijqUor triffic and do hereby reaffirm our stand for total abstinence from all alcohol bever ages for the individual and for State and National prohibition. sixth:- - We believe that there should not be a law prohibiting the study of the Bible as a text book without comment, in public schcols and we therefore urge the urpoes.