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Mount Vernon signal: July 14, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916071401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 14, 1916 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. Published Every Friday VOLUME XIXX pllli'llllli MT. VERNON, Mmm COUNTY, KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 14. 1916 MELTfNG. On vSaturday Established 1887 56ssdr JsSSs& fcSt, ROCKCASTLE and LMHLR 42 Natbau Brumett were in Stanford with a drove f cattle. Frith has been in Irvine quite a lot here of late associating with JohnD- .- John Riddle was in Somerset the first of the week on business. The Rev. A. J. Pike filled bis regular appointment at tie North Rolling Fork Baptist cnurcb, Saturday and Sunday, Judge G. near Gravel Switch. M. Ballard aud County Surveyor Monahan, were in town WednesC. H. July 29th. the "Full weiglif: and every ounce gOOQ paint" Hanna's Green Seal Paint gives H VOU ffOOfl. -, 0--- EH day, looking lifter some road matIt is made conscientiously to give ters. The Judge says the line from you good wear. here to Lincoln county will be surveyed next week, and the grading done in the near future. Mrs. F L. Durham, and little Son, Austin, were with her parents, Mr. and KJXQQ)Li Mrs. J. P. Watson, Wednesday "& and Thursday Rev.H. T.Young, of the Mt.Vernon Christian church " .s preached a very interesting serfull value for the money you Ve Naturally you mon at the Christian church C. here Tuesday evening. had to buy with your brains or your muscles. Kreamer was in town this week loading some machinery that was this store we feel to us to give you clothes used here in mauufacture of sassafras oil Mrs Thos. Lamar and represent full value measured in brains and labor. daughter, Miss Ida, left for their home in East St Louis, Tuesday, offer you Clothcraft because its makers have after spending several weeks here with relatives. 70 years of the intense study and hard work J. N. Thomas is visiting his into perfecting the manufacture of medium-price- d brother in Texas. Mr. Thomas . clothes for men and young men ti t iv! rvi had not seen or heard-frohis iv , VJ 1.. !J brother for more than thirty years and knew nothing of his where a You'll realize, the moment you try on .a Clothcraft suit, what the fa C bouts until a few weeks ago thinklabor nnd brains of the makers have given you in clean-ustyles, ing for many years he was dead. comfort and finished workmanship. CATARRH CAiNNOT BE After learning that his brother CURED was located in Texas he wrote We want to see you, and have you see Clothcraft Clothes. and immediately received a reply with LOCAL APPLICATIONS and is there now with a view of as they cannot reach the seat of locating near his brother. Dr. the disease, greatly influenced bv xl&OijLZZoEHOi , Walker Owens, was here Monday constitutional conditions, and in tt 18 from Mt. Vernon to see J. M. order to cure it you must take an BOOSTING Adams. Mr. Adams' condition internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh WIT. KY. And Pulliiii' Together a- i &3 shows little improvement, and Cure is taken internally and acts .Y male os Our Town irrow his recovery is considered doubt-tul- . thru the blood on the mucous surThe Clothcraft Store Ca while the " ILiml of S. L. Cummins Crab Or- faces of the system. Hall's tarrh was rjerscribed by one of chard s Wideawake mill man, quality " is always pointing to Hi Values. was in tcrwu Tuesday . Victor the best physicians in t''e country Every time the second hand of the clock ticks Francisco who has been working lor years. n ia.uuipoiuj.rm0 oil a minute soiiieiiiini; "uwi ,.v.n comin Cincinnati is home for a few of the gest tonics known, counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes days. The L&N agent and op bined with some of the best blood perfect combin every customer a repeater. Make our Store a ROCKCASTLE OIL & erator here received notice of a ourifiers. The ation ot the ingredients in Hall's Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to A burglar entered the resi-r- raise of 2.50 on the month, the Cure is what produces get posted 011 good things. dence of Dr W. E Gravel v, assistant agent getting a lo.oo Catarrh results in catarrhal Thursday night of last week, mak- boost. Ben Riddle is in Lexing such wonderful We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, VERNDN, conditions. Send for testimonials ing his way thru several rooms, ton today and will bring an free. Meal, Meat, Shipsr.uft', Hay. Corn, Straw. FerF. J. CHENEY & CO, up a stair-waand into the bed auto home with him when he re Props., Toledo, 0. tilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, All Drugg-gist- s room occupied by the doctor. turns. A gentleman, whose rep Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of Hall's Family Pills 75c. Miller, After securing the doctor's trous- for the truth is unquestionable, lor constipation. President, Farming Tools. ers he went ino a room on the told us confidentially a few days Our doors are open come often look around Secretary, and first floor, rifled the pockets, tak ago, that while walki&g thru a . Sparks, but don't feel that you have to buy, ing about $22.00, which was in a woodland belonging to Chuck Bullock, General Manager bill book and purse, carerulh Frith about 1 mile from town he DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. placed the pocket book back in discovered two pegs in the ground Rockcastle Oil & Gas Company, inc , the pockets together with all pap about thirty feet apart and signs Mrs. George Perciful is very L. W. Bethurum. President, Mt Vernon, Ivy , folded the trousers and of horse shoe pitching, his opinion sick. ers, GEO B. Williams. Irvine, Ky., placed them on a bed, left with- - being that this spot is where Rev. Carmical filled his regular A. E. Miller, Secretary, Mt. Vernon, Kw, leaving a clue as to his iden Chuck does his practicing during appointment Sunday. Mrs. Sam out W. J. Sparks, Treasurer. Mt. Vernon, Ky. his vacation. This is undoubted McClure seems to be growing We have associated ourselves together for the purpose of tity. The doctor's gold watch was in the trousers unmolested. ly true for we notice marked im wcrse. Russel Barres in very getting the County of Rockcastle placed upon the map as an oil field Mrs. D. M. Holmes, of Crab provement in his pitching R. E. sick. Rev. Barnes closed a series We believe that we have oil in this county and we expect to be able to get drilling started before September 1st in several districts.in Orchard, was visiting Mrs. J. W. Albright was in Stanford during of meetings at Skegg Creek last John the week, and we understand con- Sunday. Milt Kash aud Joe this county. If jou have lands to develop, giye us a reasonable lease Tate during the week. and we will use our best efforts to get drilling done in your vicinity. Cress, Lincoln County's stock tracted for a Ford. John Robins. Bines are both numbered with the L. Smith sick. Virgil and Ernest Arnold We have some shares of stock yet utisold and whicb we may offer dealer, shipt two cars of lambs A. M. Hiatt and R. to the public. Not one dollar of the money subscribed for this stock from here Friday, and a car of took in the John Shows at Stan- were with their uncle over Sunday & D M ford Saturday night. at Sparks Quarry. The drouth will be used for any other purpose than buying and developing addi'lnos roin Crab Orchard. was broken Saturday night by a tional territory or the territory already leased No salaries of offic- Cress passed thru town Saturday Prescriptions filled by an experwith a nice bunch of cattle for the DRILLING IN ROCKCASTLE. good rain. Holbert Kirby is very ials of this company will be paid until paying wells have been drilled Stanford market. Mr. and Mrs. The oil fever is exteuding into sick with typhoid fever, at his and sales of oil made. ienced your business B. A. Wheeldon were in Mt. Ver Rockcastle county and the county brothers home. The blackberry We invite the help of our citizens and promise you that we shall crop is better in this section than do all in our power to bring this territory into the field of profitable non, Sunday, the guests of Mr. is full of leasers and. operators, aud Mrs. S. T. Proctor. K. J. A rig is being moved onto the has been for several years. The oil production. forget to us about our Smith was in Stanford, Monday, Hick's farm, about two miles Sunday School continues at HopeRockcastle Oil & Gas Co. with a nice bunch of cattle. The northeast of Wildie. Draper and well but is not verv largely attendin this Rev and Mrs. H. T. Young, of Conn are the contractors and Voss ed. The corn crops fine, concountry are looking yrr-n-oyMt. Vernon spent several days & Merideth, of Greencastle Ind , sidering the drv weather we have here with his brother, B. T. are the operators. A number' of had While working at a saw mill Young and family. R. L.Smith, locations have been made in that a few da s ago, George Logston of the Hiatt section, started to section; large tracts are held by had his arm very badly hurt and is now at the Hospital in Stanford, Saturday, with nine SnowdenQBros., and others: Marcum Gaines & Neely are cows, calves and yearling steers, COLIC, but sold them to Paul Finch, at preparing to do some extensive CHAMBERLAIN'S developement work and have two Crab Orchard, $278.25 being the CHOLERA AiND DIARRHOEA REMEDY. consideration. Mr. and Mrs. W. rigs engaged for operations in that Every family without exception district. U. Barnes were in Somerset dur J. H. McClurkin has contract- should keep this preparation at ing- the week. Mr. Barnes was hand during the hot weather of the visiting the merchants in Pulaski ed for two wells near Conway, and summer months. Chamberlain's jaacm county on this trip representing a James Church of Richmond, will Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remor more wells in the vi Geniuses and master mechanics of world fame 'Scale Company. The trip was drill one Boone Gap, A company edy is worth many times its cost cinity of when needed and is almost certain have pronounced the Ford, the BEST the made in W. L. Robert's Ford & of Crab Orchard citizens are sell- to be needed before the summer is STRONGEST and the most SCIENTIFIC William Francisco, who is woricing ing stock for testing out a block of over. It has no superior for the 1 COiNSTRUCTED car built. In Cincinnati, was at home Satur- - acreage west 6f Conway. This purposes for which it is intended Not only they but every disinterefted repairman on a ne to tne Buy it now. Obtainable " day night and bunday, returning sout-we- sl, will tell you the same. is about the same dis- Monday.-M- rs. L. Hilton, and lit- - tance fr fche pfinrt.al Hn of nntm of the 180 Is it any wonder that over one-hal- f tie son. James Butner, of Stanford, cropping Corniferous line as the diffei ent makes of automobiles are Fords? SALE FOR TAXES. were with her parents, Mr. and Irvine pool, and will attract the at I, or one of my deputies, will The Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" Mrs. T. R. Cass, during th wppTt tentionofoil men. EstillTribune on Monday Aug. 28th 1916, it The largest and most costly steamer on any inland water ot the world. Sleeping accommoda- Kfc passencers. tions lor being regular county court day, F. Francisco, John Riddle, "CITY OF BUFFALO 3 Magnificent Steamer. "CITY OF ERIE" door of offer for sale at the front BETWEEN Byron Owens, and A.M. Hiatt LET THE OTHER MAN EXPERIMENT S CLEVELAND-Dail- y, May lstto Nov. the court house in Mt.Vernon Ky wer in Mt. Vernon, Monday, be- 8:00 P.M. I A for the purpose of satisfying taxLeave Buffalo A Leave Clereland 80 P.M. - 6.30 A.M. - 6 JO A.M. Amve Cleveland Arrive Buffalo Runabout $390 Touring Car $440 (Central Standard Time) es due on the Livingston Graded fl0 1U por infants and Connections at Buffalo for Niagara Falls and all Eastern and Canadian points. Rauroaa tickF.O. B. Detroit ets reading between Cleveland and UnHalo are good for transportation oo our steamers. Ask Lexington, Wednesday. and lot School, Bob .TT . AlWajfS BOUgflt ingston, one bouseoccupied inbyLivyonr ttcaet agent tor ncacta via i. g u. i.ine. Rlfld 0U Ky. now " J Cass, after spending two weeks at Beaatif ally colored sectional pnzzle chart, showing both exterior and interior of The Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" sent on receipt ot five cents to cover postage and mailing. Ajaoau I F. Jones; taxes of R. M. K. Flour pictorial and deaeriptiye booklet free. for om Crab Orchard andStanford, re-- J "Bears the Co. Cla? Amount SIT $25 00 THE CLEVELAND turned home Sunday. yajw" f George Signature of yar1"" jmVT jMg"W" BUFFALO THAN CO.. Cam Mullins, S. R C. The Money You Buy want At it up that put We most p "Executive Board ot the Rockcas tie Missionary Baptist Association will hold a meeting with BrOd-hea- d Baptist church, beginning at l:3o p. ra. The meeting will be called to order by Chair. J. W. Hilton and Rev. L. D. Gooch will conduct devotional exercises. ffiZH? The program is as follows: Business meeting. "What Constitutes Scriptural Baptism, Rev. E. B. Thornton "Why do Baptists teach final preservation of the Saints" Rev. F. M. Jones, Rev. Thornton Sermon by On the day lollowing tne annual Sunday School Convention will be held at the same place. A good Program has been gotten out and several good Sunday School ivorkersjare expected to be pres ent, including Rev. H. S. Bell Baptist Pastor Lebanon Jet. McClary ot Stan church and J. C. lord. Five or six schools are expected to attend in a body and each will sing two or more songs. Dinner will be served on the Brodhead Freedom grounds Union Ridge Mt. Zion and Mt Vernon, please bring full baskets of dinner. .JVMt iIV ?flsj-2Lj.r A good time is contemplated. Everybody is invited. J. J. Painter, Sec f any cheap hnnpsf.flll iwncrhf urifbrmf ..w...,, well, and right there is where Green Seal excels. to merely make it seem "heavy." The real test of any paint's value is in its ability to cover large surfaces ...UU,; adulterants being added hA anna's r5 sat Soldby r-- J. vi-M B. NOE Mt. Vernon, Kv. oosrr rnrn4rr .. 4 P on f . $ 1 .v THE "QUALITY STORE" 1 SUTTON & McBEE VERNON, WHERE a MONEY n TALKS ;sc3fc: 0S!S3S30 tf &:;& ui CIS MM, Inc. B R OD y H EAD IT. Iff. L. W. Bethurum, W. A, E. Treasurer, WM Vice-Presiden- t, I GEO. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentucky ?aatpcx8& i DRUGS FRESH We want ask PURE Your man Don't i V Experiment? Why Kodaks Kodaks 9f Buy the car you know, the car that satisfies a million and a half owners. R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. I - PARE $5.22 jmm&mm.. I SiSes DAILY BETWEEN ftw CLEVELAND You Buy a Ford 1SOT 00000X00XKKH BRYANT BROS., Agents "c O CTA D 15th-BUFFA- LO .rTr mm 1 -- rw.rrrg NIT. VERNON SIGNAL every FkidaY, July 14, 19 16 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.O Advertising rates viaue know on application MEMBUR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION We understand that there are quite a number of strangers oper ating in this county in the inter- es of certain oil companies. Our peoDle will do well to exercise some care in leasing their lands They had bettei try 10 get some company or companies to come into this territory who are willing to spend some money to develop our oil lands if we have any. Some agents are running over the county with no idea of develop ing and mean to sell their leases to anyone that will pay a small sum for them. In this way you may tie up ynnr property so that, it will be almost impossible to get rpal developement started in this roads, man in Rockcastle, and especially t: the the . construction writer, to on our highways begun and to note the rapid progress of the work, This after the question cJ good roads has passed thru main dark, gloomy, days when ih whole pioposition was in doul is something to hearten the cans of those who have fontiht for an are found still fightii'g in thranks of better things for our own Rockcastle and the old Ken tucky home. The writer feel thai his three years work was not it. vain. Mrs. J. A. Oliver, and childrei of this place, are visiting friends-anrelatives in Livingston iand Rockcastle. Miss Nola Jones of Winches ter, was visiting friends at Paiks good - early date. It will show the route and loops between Louisvville and Boone Park, N. C, and Moonesboro, Ky. FURTHER RAIDS IMPOS- SIBLH. In any event, it was pointed it. will be impossible for any uisiderable fotce of bandits to sssmhle for an attack across the ne such as the raid on Columbus, I M., if Gen. Carr.inza carries out the promises made in his note to employ all efforts" that may e at his disposal to avoid the situ-itio- n. "X THE ATEXAS W0NDERy ville during the week. Large banners strecht across the stre ts tell f the big Win Chester Fair which lakes plact c-- July 26-2- 0. A booster train win county. Notice is requested to the adv. of the Rockcastle Oil. and Gas Co. The gentlemen who are looking after the interest of this comp?ny are trying to provide the means to test this county and find out for a certainty whether or not there is an oil pool underlying Rockcastle county. You will notice that this Company has associated with it, Geo. B. Williams, of Irvine, who has done to much to develoD the Estill county pool. He knows moie about getting the propor people interested here than any V. J. Sparks man in the state. tells us that Mr. Williams has already secured one good company to put down a well at once in the territory of Rockcastle Oil &Gas Co. Other will follow and by September 1st we may expect to see several wells started in the iio vrwn.-ti.- . lands le9sed l UU & Gas Co. Let the good work begin and go on until we know what we have beneath these hills. Chamberlain's "I have Tablets and must say they are the best I have ever used for constipation and indigestion. My wife also used rheni for indigestion and they did her good," writes Eugene S. Knight. Wilmington N. C. Chamberlain's Tablets aie mild and gentle in their action. Give them a trial. You are certain to other good things. be pleased with the agreeable lax The people over here seem as a tive effect which thev produce. Obtaianable everywhere. anxious for the completion of the highways through the cumber-land- s Cr- as the mountaineers themFR FLETCtiEB'" selves, and thats talking some ii'-e- make a few of the Eastern coun ties a few days before, ad ver tising Winchester and the Fair The Mt. Vernon and Brodhead lairs will have representative: from Winchester during their ex hibitions V hear many compliments on the Mt. Vernon Fair catalog. It is one of the best issued by main of the fairs. Mt. Vernon has good printers along with her many Texas Wonder cures kiilnoj- - anil troubles, dissolves sjravi-I- . weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. If not sold by your drusreist, will be sent by mail on receipt of SI. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails to perlect iicure. Send for testimonials from this and other States. Dr. E. W. Hall. 29-- 6 Olive Street, Su Louis. Jlo. Sold by druguUt-- . Adv. cures-diabete- CONSTIPATION ANTD INDIGESTION IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF was an unusual success and grati-THtying to ail present. UNITED STATES i- Be It KeMilved. That the Liv- fou the eastern district OF ingston Commercial Club most KENTUCKY. heartily endorses the attitude and Spirit rf Patriotism of said Or- In th: matter Bankrupt oa 'iatlon m giving the Picnic, of and thereby m?de it possible foi Geo. T. &. Willis C J Johnson Co. the people of Rockcastle County On this 2nd day of July, A D , to meet and celebrate this great 1916, on considering tlie petition day in unity. of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis-- ' Resolved, That "the Livingston charge, filed on the 29th day of Commercial Club extend its con- Apnl, A D., 1916, it is ordered by gratulatious to said Organization the court that a hearing lie had up- - and expresses its thanks and com on the same on the 8th day of pliments for the way, manner and rvuguM, .n. u., lyio, ueiuic aam uipniiv it conducted said picnic, court at Coyingten, in said distiict which was indeed a sue. ess, and at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, or extends to said CM'gauization its as near thereto as practicable, and many wishes for a rapid growth that notice thereof be published and success. one time in the Mt. Vernon Signal, Resolved, That a copy of thes a newspaper printed in said dis resoluticns be spread upon the trict, and all known creditors and vlinute book of the Livingston other persons in interest may ap Commercial Club, a copy be sent pear at said time and place and the Local Council of the Jr. O. U show cause, if any they have, why A. M., and a copy be sent the the prayer of said petitioner should Mount Vernon Signal for publi not be granted. cation. Witness the Honorable A. M.J Committee: Cochran, Judge ot said Court, and John M. Oninn. the seal thereof, on the 2nd day of Lee Mullins. Inly. A.D. i9I6 G. W. Murphy. E ' Children Cry for Fletcher's ! Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought, and which, lias teen in use for over SO years, lias bornothe signature of and has been made Tinder his per-J&7-sonal sunervision since its infanev- .? Allow no one to deceive you in this. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle ivitli and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 4 Just-as-good" PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, is a harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS little bit. Thos. G. Stuart does not w-spell his name S as we had it in one of our former letters. We could have placed the error to the intelligent compositor, but that clever individu il had the "copy" on us. The writer has had a map of Boone Way electrotyped which will appear in th Signal at an Col t-- e a r-- t, generally, against the methods ol the blockade imposed by the allies against the central powers Especially has it been charged that the allies had no right to in Whereas The Local Council 167 terfere with our commerce in arof the Jr Order of Uuited Amer- ticles that the Lbckade powers ican Mechanics, a purely patriotc wanted to buy from us. Cotton . benevolent, nonsectarian ana non has been the pet grievance of a Even if u are not a member partisan organization gave a, pie-- I certain class of publicists. of a church, you are going to rec- nic at Browning's Park in Livognize it as' one of the greatest ingston, Ky., for the purpose of SERVICES AT THE CHRTST institutions for promoting the re- j meeting in good fellowship and IAN CHURCH FOR SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45. ligious and moral wellfare of your celebrating the greatest of all Preaching service mo a.m. town, and you are going to attend National IIolidas, with a program Christian Endeavor 7:00 p.m. service at least occassionally out consisting of; Music, furnished by Preaching sprvinp p m. of respect for the minister, and the East Bernstadt Band. Sack because you want him to know you Racing, Foot Racing, and a Craclc-- 1 3C endorse the things that he stands ' I' a ing contest. Refreshments FOR FLETCHER'S :n splendid speaking, which for in your community. itlay, it being the day the Declar-- I ation ol Independence was signed declaring all Americans a free and independent people and to be cel ebrated by all true Americans. European war began, protest has RESOLUTIONS. been made by Germany, bv pro The fourth day of July having Germans in this country, and b been set apirt as a National Uol uniformed or sentimental people W MEmZiKS, Clerk. ByS. W. Stacey, D. C. T. From time to time since the wdwv&W In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY. N EW YORK CITY. Children C AST Ol $:$D3p3p3fc j cqlc& :c GBANVILLBOWBNS UNDERTAKER j x:x $ Brodhead COMPLETE Ky 1 LINE $J3 vEw&fffi-)&&&f&t - e-- Oliiiareii Cry Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - ' fib Mi 13igiIIiSrSi Hi OASTORIA phone orders Promptly Filled j&3e8x'$x&&ti! o-o-- o S5KVftWl OUK BOONE WAY MAN In By Clean, Strong and Safe The standing of a Bank is determined by the Jaw under which it operates, and by tin abiiity and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best recom mendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, Winchester James Maret. Last week was a great wheat theshing time. Many thousauds ol bushels were hauled into this place direct from the field. A Darkey here, a few night since, ate 3 pounds of fat raw meat, on an agreement that a by stat.der would pay the cost. He offered to eat three additional pounds if tlie same one would pay forit. No one cared to waste their money. If that coon should tver get real hungry he could clean out an ordinary smoke house on short notice or without any notice y S3 The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. M SL Some are, you know. They can't help holding back their full taste it's part of their "make-up.- " whatever. How good and how pleasant it is for the brethern to dwell to gether in uni'.y. Since the road way working has 'begun on the Livingston end and in progress from Mt. Vernon to Brodhead, that beligerency that was becoming quite noticeable between your Brodhead and Livingston reporters, has, we are pleased to note been amicably adjusted. The writer took a walk Saturday, out over the newly graded road-be- d leading out of Mt. Ver non toward Brodhead and most agreeably surprised at the prog ress being made. The class of "work being done is good. Three trains of soldiers passed thru here over the C. & O. Mon day fromJNew York, enroute to the Mexican border. Batson & Sousley a firm of this place, do considerable shoe repair ingin their establishment. The pecular sound of the name of one ot the firm doesn't delay work a It's different with Favorites. There's a cigar-rett- e that gives freely ALL the hidden taste, and aroma, and "body" that some cigarettes just can't give you. their extra STRAIGHT CUT tobacco makes them do it! free-drawing Why do Favorites give you all? Because Try Favorites today. You'll notice the differ-enc-e between ALL-flavand with the first puff. or part-flavo- r, .t 'VjLm, CS&flflo , .r "-- V -- i A Straii RITE Cut Cigarette 'geteaffihe good out ofgood tobacco FAV minute. Often, when some moonshiners outfit, consisting of a few old. tubs etc. is smashed by the Govern nient men, the report goes out that it was the biggest still found in years: the longest worm, in the wildest, most inaccessible rpgion; the treacherous operators .escaped. It is indeed a great pleasure to ' FOR SALE. X A five room cottage and six acies of land four acres in fine fruit. 1 HL Conover fy. and 2 year old. Some of the trees $ bore this year. A good strawberry c$ MT. VERNON, KY patch of the early variety with Fron tRooms over Baker' Store sufficient plants to seta 15,000 " Phone 49-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 TO THE PUBLIC. C,I eave been using Chamber-Iain'- s an analysis made by the State, for indigetion fcr the past which I have This property six months, and it affords me in the Oil belt, or at least we pleasure to say 1 have never used have oil at 4o feet. remedy that did me so much C. E. Riley, Will sell at a bargain. 1 also baVe good." Ulio, N. Y. Chamberlains Tablets ara to offer, 2 work mares and 2 work mules, 1 wagon and harness, I good obtainable everywhere. buggy mare sate for any "one. 1 good Bohon buggy, with two sets MeC-LARof 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-l;o- n. Prefer to sell at private sales. HKiiiiigtSSHEBlfiBil W. A. Tyree, 1 P 3CCXCCPCC Dentist 7X3cd33C it-rig- J. C. f-IOfo- 1 P WM Mso packed 20 for 1(K N wmmwjm wmmft Brodhead Ky. TAKING BIG CHANCES It is a great risk to travel with out a bottle of Chamberlain's Col ic, Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as this preparation cannot be obtained on trains or steamships. Atfacks of bowel complaints are often sudden and verysevere, and everyone should go prepared for them. Obtainable everywhere. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER STANFORD.KYi f C Williams. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. KY. On 5rr fl The Bank oi'Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given MT. VERNON. OFFICE. - to collections. Phone No. 80. , Cbarley Doan has ret urued from Fish's 15 Special suits fit better The Chevrolet five passenger Fish can. fit you in that hew suit .a iour montns stay in Illinois. look better aud wear better. touring car sells for $55o. Have either ready or made to Mathew Pinzell of Stanford you examined this beautiful car to Mt. Vernon Ky Julv 14, 1916 Dr. W. G. Dailey was spent a portion of the week here from Millersburg Tuesday here know what you can get in a good to see The Chevrolet is provided with machine and at a reasonable electric lights and electric starter, up "No. 79" woenT7(V with friends. his nephew Charley Dailey. Mrs. S. W. Davis was here from Thompson & Miller, i. tf" S. id T" JlfrwL Fn Charley has a severe case ot ty- figure. oate with aiONAL and are just as good as those Mystic to attend the burial of Agents. found on the highest pricet autos phoid and is m a Serious conMiss Kate Moore. ' dition. BJG CLUB CONVENTION, For Salb:- - House and lot on Miss Hazel Thompson and Mrs. BEREA, KY. Bogue Smith of the Hiatt Main street in Mt. Vernon. Call Maude Puckettofc Louisville, are PROGRAM section bought a fine bunch ot or address S. H. Martin, Mt. Verthe guests of Atty., and Mrs. E. R. Thursday Night July 13 hogs from John W. Hilton this non, or Mrs. Harry Jones, Lon Gentry. 6:15 Supper at college dining don Kv. Louisville &. Nashville R R. Co. Mr. Smit'i was in weekat8cts V. P. Kerns and family of Car hall. 'Stanford Monday and sold a .. . V, T ME TABLE. Wheat:- - Will furnish sacks 7:30 Attend a Union prayer meetuiaicaicuiCgUCiilS ui rvv. ana bunch of cattle at a good price. 22 uortn 5.I0 p m Mrs. H. T- Young. They came ing on College Campus. and pay the market price for There are any numb r of good wheat. 2t nortn. 3:56 a m . over in a Dorf car. Friday Morning July 14 cars on the market. The Chev- l:00 Breaktast at College dining C. A. Davis, 23 south u:44anj Miss Aubyn China, district rolet is one of the good ones and Mt. Vernon, Ky. 21 South 12:13 a m. agent is in the county this week Hall. the price is Only $550. plus the 9:o0 General. Meeting, College I am prepared to make photos, I as. Landrum, Agent. assisting Mrs E. R. Gentry, the freight. Ask Thompson & Mil I have experienced help. Give county agent, in the Hotne Dem- Vocational Chapel. Phone No. 8. 9:15 Welcome, Piesident Frost me a call and I will try to please rations of the Girls Cannine ler, Agents, for a demonstration. onst Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Po8fice Club. you. I will take poultry, eggs State Road Inspector James 9:30 Response, s as mail matter. Miss Laura Spence and meat in exchange for Photos. Mrs. Tames Maret continues Maret visited home folks at Mt. Mrs. Judith Thompson very sick. For nine week she has Vernon, Saturday and Sutiday. 9:45 Report ot Clubs, By Selected Members PERSONAL West Main Street not been able to raise her head Mr. Maret reports fine progress in 10:15 Corn Club Work, C D. Sutton and ye editor were from her pillow with serious the construction of highways in DETECTIVES WANTED. Mr. B. G. Nelson, State Agent results. Her trouble is with her the mountains, especially on Boone 10:45 Pig Club Work in Cincinnati this week. The undersigned Agency will and Dixie highways. Winchester Mrs. S. E. Hellard has been . heart. Mr. Otis Kerchu, State Agent consider applications for membervery sick for several days. 11:15 Poultry Club Work S. B. McKenzie, Brack Durham Sun, July 10th. ship from certain localities in KenMr. Arthur Chapin, State Agent tucky. We look after Criminals, Mrs. Salhe Sowards is with her Fred Krueger. W. H. Krueger, Wanted:- - If you have any Inwhen you buy your next suit Collect Names and Addresses of mother, Mrs. Carmical for a few Uhas, L. Cavis, W. T. Davis. dian relics such as stone pipes. 11:45 Girls' Clubs, 'Steamboat Bill" Thompson, R. large flint spears, grooved axes, Miss Aubyn Chinn, District Agent Farmers, etc. Collect debts and days. cannot be sure of you buy unless Friday Afternoon July i4 B. McKenzie, and Loyd Chesnut pots and bowls, shell beads, etc., furnish commercial reports to Omer Chesnut was home from were those who took advantage of found in caves, graves and old i2:l5 Announcements. you get it from a house is absolutely business concerns. We pay salary Hamilton Ohio, a day or so, last the excursion to Louisville Sunday fields. Write to W. L. Griffin, i2:2o Dinner at College Dinins and fees. For full particulars week. Hall reliable morning to see the double header Somerset, Ky., and get his prices write. Mrs. Lee Webb of Louisville is 1:00 Automobile trip via Berea Va.&Tenn. Detective Agency, visiting her sister, Mrs R. A. between the Colonels and Millers. on them. State Experiment Field, Clothing is not it was before the Incorporated. Sparks. All stockholders of the Mt. Ver-n'- n Big Hill. Robtown, KingsLOCAL Mahoney Building, war Shoddy is creeping in everywhere Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sparks Fair Ass'n are requested to ton, Richmond, Paint Lick, Bristol, Tenn.-Va- . were with Richmond re.atives over Get ready for the fairs. Get it meet at the Fair Grounds Thursand back to Berea, making If you to be certain about the day July 27th. to CLEAN-U- P Sunday. a few stops. at Fith's. For Sale:- - A fine Jsrsey cow and help get things in shape for 6:15 Supper at College Dining 4 years old. Will sell at a bargain quality Mrs. Ina StClair of Lexington Look over the premium list Hall. B. Ramsey, was with relatives here during printed in this issue of this paper. the biggest Rockcastle Fair ever S. come to the store guarantees the held. Mt. Vernon, Ky. the week. Friday Night July i4. New Wash Silk Waist patterns quality and fit store is Wm. Bullock and Judge L. W. just received The L. & N. will have a passen- 7:3o Moving Picture Show at BILLIOUSNESS AND at Drummond's College Chapel. Bethurum were in the Conway Stores. ger coach ou the Local from Liv STOMACH TROUBLE Saturday Morning July 15 section jesterday. ingston every day during the Mt. years ago I suffered fiotn "Two Thursday July 27th, is clean up Vernon Fair Miss Edith Hamilton of Louisreturning in the 6:00 Breakfast at College Dining frequent attacks of stomach trou Hall. ble and biliousness," writes Miss ville is spending a few days with day at the Mt. Vernon Fair afternoon. Arrangement have Grounds. 6:3o Boys Visit College Farm, Emma Verbryke, Lima Ohio. "I been made for the night train (21) Miss Thelma Mullins. Girls visit Domestic De- could eat very little food that Fresh Meats, Bread and Vege- to stop at Pine Hill every night of Miss-SaraKatherine Catron Dtum-mond'- s partment. the Mt. Vernon Fair This will agreed with me and I became feo of Lincoln County has been with tables received daily at give the people of that saclion an 8:30 Boys visit J. K. Baker's dizzy and sick at my stomach at stores. relatives here for a week. Farm. times that I had to take hold of and get s opportunity to see it all Make Fish's store your Miss Eufa Meadows of Pineville home at night, (if they don't io:3o Boys and girls visit College Something to keep from falling. when you come to the In is with her little cousin Miss Ina Garden together. care to stay over. Seing Chamberlain's Tablets stitute nxr week. Meadows tor a few weeks n:45 Dinner at College Dining advertised I decided to try them. Miss Christine McFerron will Bacon Butts nc. Flour 75c, Hall. Mr. Ray Miller, youngest son improved rapidly." Obtain leave today for a visit to relatives Sack Meal 85c bushel at Drum of the late M. C. Miller, formeily able everywhere. at Louisville aud other points. mond's Two Stores. Poultry The general public are urged to Poultry of this place but more recentlv of be present at the morning sesJones-- x WinchesMiss Nola The Ford has more power in Franklin county was married to your Poultry and rece ivo t Ship us sion, Friday, at the Vocational Kentucky Fair Dates ter was with Mr. and Mrs. C. 0, proportion to its weight than any Miss Elizabeth Bun tain of .t V QSiASISWlM , highest price and prompt returns. Chapel, and at the great moving 911 a wSxmgttsigMgM Williams, .Tuesday and W- dues-day- . car made. It holds the world's ThSy are at present For 1916. record. visiting his people here. The picture show that night in the College Chapel. Wheeler Meadows, Tyree GenColumbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, WHOLESALE Edd Lathem was up from Pu wedding was a complete surprise Robt. F. Spence, try and Isaac Hurst were home laski county yesterday and says to Mr. Miller's friends here who COMMISSION MERCHANTS Aug 22-- 25 County Agent, from Lebanon Jet. during the most every one from his section are extending congratulations. 5i- Lawrenceburg Fair Ass'n., 4d.WalnnrSr .., rmnnnaM. O . . -- .., Berea, Ky. week. They will reside in Franklin Aug. 15-is coming to the Mt. Vernon Fair. r UT V? J wrst'm Don't forget Ford after service. Miss Bonnie Nicely has recounty. New Perryville Fair., Perry-villJohn Owens, a splendid good Over 8000 dealers are under conturned from a very pleasant visit Aug. 9- -1 1. The Clark County Fair which is tract to carry a supply of Ford re with friends in the Level Green citizen of the Maretburg section Danville Fair, Danville, Aug. died last Saturday of tuberculosis. to be held in Winchester July 26-- 29 pairs and to sell each repair for 4. section. XJQQ-?K-aC-XjV JSX?-!- JWJWLW. He had been sick for several the same price that pait would inclusive will be the biggest Bullit Co. Fair, Shepherdsville, James Maret, State Road Inexhibition ever held in the state cost in an assembled. No matter Aug.l5--i8- . wns home from Clark months. spector, K. of P. Fair, Nicholasville, Floyd Miller was in Danville of Kentucky. Preparations are where you are with a disabled county Saturday returning to his Ford you have the assurance that Aug. 29-- 31 Saturday and drove back a new under way for the handling of the work Sunday. just-little ahead is the repair and Knox Co. Fair, Barbourville, OLD Miss Norine Childress aud bro- Chevrolet car, for which he and largest crowd that has ever attendthe service vou want. No waiting Aug. F, L. Thompson Jr. have the ed a fair in that city, and the lar1. ther Harold of Hustonville are gest number of horses that has for ordered parts. Laurel Co. Fair, London, Aug. visiting their grand-parenMr. agency. $e3ie$iaES-SPe9&ic8822-2- 5. ever attended a county fair in the and Mrs. A. H. McFerron. Willis Allen who has been sick Two real fine boys of our town Blue Grass will be quartered on K. of P. Fair, Stanford. Aug. Lang-do- n for several who went on the excursion to months with tuber Miss Stewart, Principal of the ground. To take care f the Louisville fcjundav, died Tuesday. Memorial .writes from her culosis, decided to His horses the fair company has been take Fair, Berea, Aug. 2- -4 remains were laid to rest near his the town. They strayed in home in Pennsylvania that her compelled to construct additional here and there MT. VERNON FAIR Ass'n., home the day following. until they had He father was buried last Fridry. barns and everything will soon be missed the train, Mt. Vernon, Aug. 9- -1 1. then they found Miss Georgia McFerron has leaves a widow and a large family. in readiness for Bodhead Fair Ass'n., Brod the big event. tney were left alone in the great returned from Richmond where Uncle Henry Gentry tells us The tract which is the fastest head, Aug."i6-i- 8. Metropolis without food or money she has been doing some extra that he would like to be the first half-- mile course in Wayne Co. Fair. Monticello, the state is in They thbught of their tickets! primary and observing work. man iu the county to start a sepa- pi lme condition and will continue Sept 8. Mrs. Chas. Spillman of Har- - rate road fuud to be used only in to be improved from now until The pitiful lads roamed hither and Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, rodsburg, and Miss Ella Joplin of case the funds raised by the the date of the fair. There will be thither until they found them Sept. n-1- 6. Paris were guests of Mrs. J. W. County Bonds are not sufficient to twelve trotting races and eight selves at Hig lland Park where Br-iwGOOD (i from Friday until Sunday. finish the pikes all the way two running races during the meeting, they spied a freight train: They LOOK GOOD-FE- EL P:9tooeaexS83e seized it! with the greatest of o No oue can either feel good or 'sJ avvv-ways across the county. He says aud entries which closed July 10 Edgar Mullins who has been X- 2lMX - QJJf-- . audacity, and reached home early look good while suffering from tt confined to his room for sometime he will very willingly start this showed horses entered from the Tuesday morning. "They sleep." constipation. Get rid of that One Italian ship which arrived in with a mashed foot is able to be fund with a donation of $lo 00. Middle and Southern Central, lifeless feeling by a treat New York during the week broutired up town with the aid of crutches. Miss Kate Moore, aged 69 years states. Une of the greatest show SHOULD SLOAN'S LINIMENT ment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. ght nearly 2,ooo immigrants. All GO ALONG? Misses Mary and Estill Mullins, died at her home on Main street, events which will bring together take one or two of this goes to prove that the the greates number of high class 01 course it should! For after a Buy a box pretty little daughters of Mr. and Tuesday after an illness lasting B in the morning United States will continue to be H Mrs. W. M Mullins, are visiting since last Friday of bronchial pneu- saddle horses is the Bankers Stake strenuous day wheu your muscles pills stuffedj dull feeling is gone regarded as the land of promise, relatives in Scott County Vir- monia. Miss Moore ran a small carrying with it premiums to the have been exercised to the limit that a an application of Sloan's Liniment and you feel better at once 25c. and this in spite of the forecaster ginia. " confectionery for years and was amount of $250 aud the Harness Stake, with its will take the soreness and stiffness at your druggist. and economists who have insisted Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Henry and well known by most all visitors to many millions away and get you in fine condition children of Mt. Sterling and Miss Mt. Vernon. She was kind to all, premiums of $loo. Tohu A. Proctor has sold that the loss of so d All the high-clasmen would put for the morrow, You should also his store and farm at Quail and of saddle horses Beulah Thompson of Winchester and especially the little folks, all o over and . spent Friday whom she could claim as her little in this and other sections of the use it for a sudden attack of tooth- tells us he expects to locate jn the labor at a premium In all of the motored and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. friends Funeral services were State and many from other states ache. Stiff neck, backache,stings, West and may make the trip countries of Europe. Quite naturally we regard the question held at the home Wednesday, con- will be here to compete for the bites and the many accidents that overland. E. B. Cox. premiums which are the richest are incidental to a vacation. "We from our own standpoint and not M Get Our Prices and W Scott Miller ot Versailles, John ducted by Rev. H. T. Young, and . have ever been offered by a would as soon leave our baggage HWY MENDURE'SUMER from that of the old world. The ti run vjci D. Miller of Lebanon Jet and the burial took place iu Elmwood that Tie u:n nt- iuui COLDS? Kentucky Fair Association. The as go on a vacation or camp out resources of the United States are Trade Mason Miller ot Glen Mary, Tenn cemetery. management of the Fair has pro- without necessary to have a boundless. There are still great It isn't Sloan's Liniment." were here to attend the burial o Per Shelton, the L. & N. con- vided the best band in the country Writes one vacationist: We use it stuffed head, running nose. To areas of undevoloped country their Aunt; Mfss Kate Moore, crete man, is here with his force that could be secured to f urnish lor everything from cramps to cough your head off as it were. We need immigrants of the right this week. building platform and walks around the music for the Fair, and the toothache." Put a bottle in your All you need do is to use Dr. Bell's kind but we do not want them at Mrs. ,W. L. RichHtds and the depot, It will be a great im- Royal Scotch Highlanders will bag, be prepared and have no Pine Tar Honey. The soothing the rate of a million a year, as we daughter Mrs Sadie Jett, went to provement when completed. Then play musical programs during and healing balsams open the have had them in the post. the regrets. Louisville Tuesday for a few days. when the depot gets elecuic lights, afternoon and evening. The con clogged air passages and in a Undigested immigrants, like unGet it at Fish's. Mrs. Jett will join her Aunt, Mrs. which will really be worth more to certs at night will continue for short time you get relief and start digested securities are not good Donaldson there and go to Atlan- the public than the concrete plat- one hour and forty minutes. When you begin to think of a on the road to recovery. Your for any country. In tic City for a month's stay. form, Mt. Vernon's railroad sta- addition to this an excellent car, think of the Chevrolet, the nose stops running, you cough less Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Krueger tion, which heretofore has not been amusement feature has been w'tD al tne conveniences, and and you know you are getting & LEWIS have returned orom a motor trip specially attractive, will really be cured in the Metropolitan Shows attachments at a 'medium prict. better. Get a bottle, use as di BETHURUM Attorneys at Law Phone 52 MT.VERNON.KY. Let us demonstrate and show rected. Keep what is left as a to Virginia where they have been a very respectable place. Mt. Ver- with its two great bands and a T) parents. non stands about third as to reve- personnel of .two hundred 5 5 visiting Mrs. Kruegar's Will practice in all the Courts. and,yu what the Chevrolet will'do. cough and cold jnsurance. across nue paid company on Lebanon fifty people. 'Reduced Thompson & MiilerAg'ts While tnere, they ran rates on Office in Bethurum Buiiding. who invited branch and a,little improvement is all rail .roads' leading to Win-- j Everett Mullins, School Books, Tablets, Pencils. FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S really due to come our way. Chester. Mt Vernon, Ky. Ihem out to supper. a Drummond's Two Stores. e 1 MT. VERNON SIGNALl 79 tAJ k&BT'mjlV I '"" CIAISI8' I I , -- fcteoud-cxas- Be on the safe side what that SAFETY FIRST ! what You want 'GENUINE ALL WOOL that That h head-quater- THE CASH STORE Law-rencebur- g. - hill-c'imbij- g HouchensBros. .. Law-rencebur- g, 18. "" e, 2-- K- jv-.tJ- JONAS McKENZIE K a 30-Se- pt. RELIABLE THE iyc&ya$x&&y383$D ts erea A good'line of General Merchandise 5-- ;4pe$32$G Farm Implements 9 n J&J-4&-LjZGJ- X- yWTovrxv3TCT LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL to-da- y, to-nig- Brown-Proctoci- s able-bodie- g MILL WORK g - ( Proctor i McKenzie CMl&ren Ory se-jc- ar Oliiidren Cry CLA SX.O R A CASTORIA . ' aen tarau.iai.r.iitfifr J7rM,)r?irT. ."? '.r-- ; .rcwggaswtf MIi?f1iaga iSMriiW'Ffc'iiii ijgan'nV nrniT r!'-''--7n- land. Almos Farm No. 4 of 2?i acres, 5 wrecK miles south of Mt. Vernon, in in t;nod state of cultivation, well of Sir. improved; good dwelling house, bam and storehouse and all other t iceSbHty outbuildings; 6 tenant I his larm Houses. He is a creeic running to the hilltops, lnrm, with some workable coal in the can safely sav that before great exciting cause of disease, hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard 'I talcing Tanlac I was almost a weakness. It renders the bodv set out this snriner. consisting of vous wreop," said Mr vigorous and elastic. It keeps about 500 Staynian Winesap apclear and entergetic, and throws ples and 5oo Elberta peaches, if Blackburn, 165 Center street. off the symptoms of nervouno s all are true to name, with a guar Richmond, Ky. nervousness was uudouhl and indigestion. It builds up t lie anty from the company to prune "M3' edly caused by stomach trouble. constitution run down by disease and spray for 3 years. Holes Since taking Tanlar I never felt and mental and physical over weie dynamited for trees and work, qurckens convalescence great care taken in setting the or better in my lite. There is liardlv a portion of the and is an unfailing source of com- chard. Also about 0 acres of body thai is not benefited by the fort to all sufferers from such other orchard on this farm. This helpful action of Tanlac. which trouble. is the farm for the stockman; a good farm and well watered and begins its work by stimulating Taulac aids digestion, promote'? refreshing sleep and only a few years to wait tor a the digestive system, thereby en- heathy riching the blood and invigorat- strengthens the nerves. joung fortune from growing fruit ing fhe whole system. Farm No. 5 ot 258 acres, ad Tanlac is being specially intrc Next it enables a weak, worn duced in Mt. Vernon at R. H joining farm No 4, with one good cut stomach to thorough'y digest Miller, also at Central Drug dwelling house, barn and store its food, permitt the assimilation Co, Livingston, and John honse; 4 tenant houses and bams, of the nourishing products to be Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead , good orchard; known to he as W. M Owens' store. Burr, good if no! the best stand for merconverted mlo blood, bone and E. Crab Orchard. S. mnscle. Welch Bere:f: J. Reynolds and chandise in the county. Also has a good coal mine It overcomes it is said, that Son, Bee Lick. Farm No. G of 250 acres, 2 miles west of farm No. 5; good valley farm, in good state of cul tivation; good house and barn: s 1 good tenant house; about i2o acres cleared and the balance in woodland. 3 town lots in Bethurum & Lewis Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. Needs a!cleanbank, a strong bank, a and 1 lot in Jersey City. N. J Also have a few hundred acres of progressive the a desirable mineral rights to se'l. It is not woi th while to spea of hundred cannot afford to do business the water on these farms, as it is with any other kind. Peoples well known that Rockcastle is one of the best watered couuties in is seeking business and is prethis state or any other state. All of these farms are hard' to pared to care for it, churches and schools" and the county has under consideration, 4 INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS turnpikes out of the town of Mt Vernon, rorth and south, east and west. Several miles 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 laud is limestone land and7 tine producing and grass land. Will sell on oasv terms any part of this a& land or all as a whole. Anyone wishing to buy land, either for investment or home, will do well to Our line of Couch Caskets $ call and go over t hi land, and get M is unexcelkl my price and terms. For the land-mad- e ''offins furnish ec ll benefit of those who might know Ieare senl to all parts of mi these farms and locate them bettiti ter by name, I will name them by the County. their former owners: Tract No t All orders by Wire Promptly Filled 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 M J. VEltNTON, KY. Phone 94-Tommy Graves valley farm; Tract No' 4 known as the K. J. McKinney tarm; Tract No 5 known as the W. G. Nicely farm at Hansford; Tract No. C known as the Mat Deboard and later the Albert Hamlin farm near Level Green. "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit"! have rePERSONAL PROPERTY for ceived from the use of Thedford's writes & sale on easy terms: Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. S work mules; I wagons; 1 hack "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, bed; 1 new suri'ey; 1 rubber tire liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht buggy; 1 set of buggy hirness; 4 saved my little girl's life. When she had the .measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's turning plows; 3 section hairovs; Black-Diaught 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva made them break out, and she has had no tors; 4 double shovel plows; 4 bull more trouble. I shall never be without m tongue plows--- 1 mowing machine; 2 rakes; one-hal- f interest in 1 binmmm der; about 2500 ft. ot m inch iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon Fair Association; 1, 12 horse power boiler and engine; all of my in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- interest in about 200 acres of growing crops, to be sold as it ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, M stands or so much per bushel a gathering time. 2 stores and fixreliable, gentle and valuable remedy. tures, one store at Hansford and If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- - & one at Sand Springs, show cases 5 Draught It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e 2 desks; 1 typew liter; 1 iron safe; 1 share in Peoples Bank; years of splendid success proves its value. Good for share in Mt. Vernon Fair Association; young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. !&. 53 25 shares in Central Life Insurance Co.; 2 shares in Don Overland Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, Parm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 lud.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 Credit Association. houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in W. M. Bullock. Having decided to go west growing crop, 6U acres in grass will offer for sale, privately all of and balance in woodland; adjoin A HACKING COUGH my property, both pprsonal and mR farm No. 1. so as to make one WEAKENS THESYSTEM. real, as follow, until August 15th, we located farm if purchaser Don't suffer with ay hacking and on that day I will close all should desire both tracts. Farm cough that has weakened your that remains unsold at public auc- - No- 1 des on east side of of creek system get a bottle of Dr. King's tiou at my home, Hansford, Ky: aud mostly underlaid with coal New Discovery, in use over forty Real estate for sale on easy Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, years, and benefiting all who use terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of,ratnera valley farm, with some it, the soothing pine balsam with 130 acres, i miles south of Mt. coal m the hill. tar heal the irrated ,air passages Farm No.'3ot i9o acres, one Vernon, with 1 storehouse, dwell soothes the raw spots, loosens ing house and barn, and three half mile west of farm, No. 2; a the mucous and prevents racking tenant houses, several good coal good strong valley farm in good the bodv with coughing. Dr. mines from which Mt. Vernon: state of cultivation and not ver King's New Discovery induces and surroundiug country get the much improvement. About 100 natural sleep and aids nature to acre s cleared, balance in wood cure you. greater parb of its coal suply. t a nervous was T.VERNON FAIR PREMIUM LIST FIRST DAY WKDtVKSDAY, ROCKCASTLE 79 MULE SHOW. Z Blackburn, Richmon Best mare mule under ont .,tMi ., so " mare mule over one year old and under two " mare mule over two years old and under three 31 v2 5 00 5 00. GO 1 ' u (( now has splendid health AUG. 9 1916, 1 33 1O 1 Best o 3 4 5 - 6 7 Ladies Day. All Ladies Admitted Free. FARM PRODUCTS, peck wheat .".... 12 ears white corn . . 12 years yellow corn peck oats gallon green bet.ns peck rye :., gallon sweet potatoes.' gallon Irish potatoes 37 0( 100 88 100 100 1 mare mule any age . horse mule under one year o'd horse mule over one year old and under two horse mule over two and under three years old horse mule any age mule regardless of age or sex. sweepstake . THREE GAITED SADDLE ING mare or gelding, walk, tret and canter, to be shown, cobbed or docked SPECIAL ROCKCASTLE RINGS S 5 00 5 OC 5 00 5 00 5 00 10 CO 8 9 10 11 12 13 14" gallon onions gallon turnips tomatoes peck beets gallon home dried apples 00 10C 39 1 Ot 90 lOt 91 1 00 92 10C 91 10( 100 1 i doz. cucumbers no 1 0( 1 00 15 15 i(3 and largest one fourth doz head cabbage Lint-Bros.- 17 18 19 20 21 v;s 24 25 gallon butter beans half doz. Mango peppers and largest six apples and largest twelve peaches and largest 12 pears 00 100 10c 1C0 1 Of. 1 saddle mare or gelding any ae 15 00 saddle stallion any atje 10 00 harness mare or gelding any age 10 00 harness tallion any age 10 00 model horse regardless of age or sex S 00 combined mare or gelding any age i0 00 9l 95brood mare and family ot three colts-- by her side 5 00 colt under six months old, sired by Rex Jr. 9.H owned by J. S. Helton 15 00 7.50 first; 5.00 second: 2 50 third. Special by J. S. Helton, Spiro, Ky. Running Race Rockcastle county plug horses, bdf mile dash. Purse $i0 Co. 7. 5o tirsl; 2.5o second. No entrance fee. Mui.E Race Half mile dash. Purse $1000 $7.5o to first, Best m Saddle and harness horses r $2 5o to second. bunches whites grapes bunches black grapes pair watermelons and largest muskmelon and largest canteloupe and largest pumpkin 0 0 SCI 1 1 ot 00 00 00 90 00 97 Second Day, Thursday, Stock Department. Best August JO o 00 5 00 5 100 1 1 The Man With Million bank A ilctoll.a 25 to -- or-har- d; All above premiums divided 75 percent to first and " one pound cured tobacco 20 " one duz. heads broom corn 27 28 29 30c " 1 00 93 Second 99 11 ., 100 100 1 00 it " " sugar corn i doz. stalksdoz. stalks millet and largest " ' 100 1 00 1 lol 102 (i mairwith 3l" 32 " " " 2 doz 2 stalks timothy .... do., stalks clover 00 no Best t The your Peoples Bank Nicest White Cake'. ' cake of any kind, 501bs. of Glen Lily Flour. cake to be baked of Glen Lily Flour, made by Lancaster Milling Co.. Lancaster. Ky.. ' 33 marble 34 golden cake. 35 black cake LAYER CAKE 30 Best cocanut cake 37 marsh mellow cake carmel cake 39 chocolate cake BREAD old fashioned corn pone 40 Best 41 one doz bisctits loaT salt rising bread " 42 32i e 10'J io4 1 1 ro3 05 10G it 2 50 io7 108 Best K 100 io9 100 no 1 It II 00 in II 11 u2 Best 1 1 00 113 00 114 1 i 100 n44 100 50 15 t. 100 1 00 116 11 PRESERVES. 44 il7 i uHDmm : 45 4G 17 48 4S Nicest quart peach preserves " pear " " " tomato ". " " " apple ' " " quince 1 . ." 00 1 1 00 00 118 ... 100 1 1 00 0t " 483 All above premiums divided 75 par cent to first and " " cherry " strawberry " 100 25 to second. u9 CATTLE bull calf under one year old bull calf ovjr one and under two year old bu'l calf any age hei"er calf over one and under two years old heifer calf under one year old cow any age. must be giving milk HORSES rOR GENERAL PURPOSES mare colt under one year old mare colt over one an-- t under two years old mare colt over two and under three yers old mare any age brood mare and sucking colt at side horse colt under one year old horse colt over one and under two horse or mare over two and undur three vears old horse any age model horse regardless of nge or sex combined horse regardless of age or sex running walker any age or sex boy horseback rider team of mules team of horses Conditions: Teams must be shown in vehicles. Rings NoS n2, il3. n4V 115, are confined to Rockcastle county, combined horse regardless of age or sex girl horseback rider, riding astride, ages limit 10 years $7.50 to first and one box "Cumberland" chocolates to second, pony and rig. Must be shown in harness and under saddle. 2 to second $3 to Urst (stallions barred). harness mare or gelding any agd 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 600 800 25 00 10 Oo 3 00 5 00 5 Oo 3o 00 12 50 20 00 JELLLIFS 49 w. a. eox,i Nicest pint apple jelly " 50 pint grape jelly " 51 pint plum jelly " 52 pint peach jelly HAND MADE ARTICLES . S UUMU9&&&8e&flMBS Saved GirPs Life Black-Draught," Nicest calico quilt ' calico comfort " and best home made coverlet " and best worsted quilt " and best home made blanket " and best door rug., 58 " 59 and best home knit yarn sox 53 54 55 50 57 A Trotting Race Purse $ia 00. 10 to first 5 to second. mile heat. This race is confined to RockMust have 4 entries, 100 be troted in vehicle. 1C0 castle county. Must B Mule Race loo yards over half mile dash Purse 10.00 (See rules in catalog.) $7. 5o to first; 2. 5O to second. 1 00 100 100 RACES SECOND DAY 100 100 Third Day, Friday, August harness and saddle stock II 100 ; fefe THEDFORD'S J 5 pair embroidered pjllow cases " embroidered towel 00 01 Nicest guest towel, any size " 01 bath towel, any size handkerchief, with crochet edge " 02 article i n filet crochet 024; Best 03 article in Irish crochet crochet table ruuner 03i " ' 04 center piece with crochet edge ' 044 crochet lunch set and mats " crochet shawl or cape 65 " crochet bed spread with linen strips, or block 054 or solid crochet GO Nicest silk quilt ' crochet slipper " 07 dresser scarf, any kind 00 Best .V 100 i2o Best harness stallion any age 35 00 100 i2i " saddle st.dlion any age 35 00 ' saddle horse, any sex, 3 and under 50 12t4 100 4 years old 10 00 50 i22 Worst turnout 000 50 1224 Best harness mare or gelding any age 35 00 50 123 " old man's marble game, seven up. No one'ean 50 enter under 7o years No entrance fee. 8 00 1 00 123 Ugliest man on grounds i So " Best saddle horse, any age or sex 100 124 35 00 00 All above premiums divided 75 per cent to first and 25 to second. 100 i244 " roadster tnaie or gelding, any age 4o 00 1 50 i25 100 120 1 " Roadster Stallion any age " lady horseback lide'r. 5 Must ride side saddle 00 first; S2 00 second. 35 00 7 00 2 00 2 00 50 1 1 27 07J4 08 09 " Best laundry bag article in tatting '. , 00 50 12. 1 Nicest battenburg pin cushion 70 sofa pillow 7i 72 100 100 50 29 g 1 1 NOTICE! - chair cushion display cut flowers 73 MISCELLANEOUS. gallon 74 Nicest honey comb, uot less than 75 and best cake butter 70 and best quart sweet pickles", any kind and best display canned fruit 77 and best quart cucumber pickles 78 784- and best pair watermellons, 3 00; $2.00 first, $ 00 second. Special by S. F. Bowman, Mr. Bowman gets both melons. . SPECIAl PRIZES. Offered to girls enrolled as members of the "Tomato" 'Canning of Rockcastle County: .'T A Largest and best ldoz. tomatoes Mrs. W. J. Sparks. t B Best canned tomatoes : Mrs Dr. .Chesnut. . Best ripe tomato preserve Mrs. E. S. Albright. Bestgreen tomato preserves Mrs. J. W. Brown Best chile sauce, Mrs. Dr. Conover Best book of tested tomato products- receipes Miss Myrtle Bryant Nicest cap and apron, Miss Fan Sparks -.- 50 50 1 Fancy turnout i2 5o 7 50 first; $5 00 box of "Cumberland" chocolates 'Consideration in this ring, horse to second. and vehicle ?5 percent. Couple 25 per cent. Best roadster stallion. mare or gelding, any age. 50 00 records no bar; sweepstakes MULE RACE 100 yds. over half mile dash. Purse 10 00 7 50 first; 2 50. 00 1 1 1 00 00 00 100 3 00 A COMPLETE LINE OF :x School Books & SCHOOL SUPPLIES Give Club' 100 100 100 1 We Booster Tickets OUR STOCK is more complete than ever. Our business has doubled jn volume in the past six months. Our Goods and Prices please others and will please you. 00 00 100 1 Pioneer Drug Store CHAS L. DAVIS, Proprietor Phone 87 100 ivmMwvkoimvi :v rt