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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE 'M V in, tB& WtttEa I iiHLW I may live to and never SOME TOBACCO FOR GIG- "'I I'l Qmr HBBAMU' I feel old enough to 'lHlWl!lllllllTlilli'ty' . .Sfe vote, but it's certatgct55iPAitrei,t w--w in-sure you'll not REYNOIDSJOBACCOWHPAKY know the joy and .jV uan ilia contentment of a g!garfffiTOnil I !ii ,liMHldllillliMIllllllltili!TilllTII DOES NOT.BITEITHEIIO NG him friendly old jimmy w VAllri 5 .11 ill n w niffntiwf rj ;iuiuiiwi u m " irv riiiMi pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s ilillllllUr Ulllll llll llifl IT ? with Prince Albert tobacco! iiiini mi wi mi ii uf brs KIIHI BMnBaanaa. vllllll llll P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the R0DUCETHESPSTPIEy m Wsz K'BKrsb -- 1 vzYmimy;z 1 tSHKiiihms gmzfttm Mfl'l M' Mi ( i :2B mte&lm mmmim aa I ft bBACCplS,PR uSi'i! pTFWRIIIIIil'i P. A. puts new joy into the sport of iv:jiit..'i - Mrs. Jennie Brown cf LouisCOVE r home ville, has returned to Crops are looking good and the after the week with relaaves here. old song of hard times in thiscom Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sutton of munity is a thing of the past and MP'CMnKPPSIINriF&THF K iWinud PYPPDiMFKrrcTn St HiuniaaMiqcEH i'U' .'.cn.1 smoking! YOU . ii m hi i l11'11111 I'Ulii HHl IHlllr IIIIIIV HIuhIIiIIii BnBaBanBi Will iMillll lill lill KlUIIlillli BlW II Mliciautsilnllilwl'll 111 goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch! You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! Lexington arewith her parents. Wilson is still President The Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens, this children of the late ChesleyPayne, and Mrs. Harve week Mr. are visiting at D. B. Langfords. Bowman were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tredway has re. Mrs. K. L,. srami ounaay. .vnssf turned homelrom a visit with relElizabeth Storm of London, was atives in Virginia. J. L. Davis with her Barents: Mr and Mrs. began a protracted meeting at this I. R Storm, a few days las week. , place Sunday night and will conMr and Mrs. Clarence Roberts' tinue over next Lords day. Sevand Mrs Nathan Newcomb ot eral of our Improvement Club Stanford, were the guests of Mrs. members attended the convention Louf'shia Roberts and family dur- Berea last week and report a good ing the week. The Rev. R. B. time. Mrs. R. B. Shepherd re Baker of Lo.idon. held regular turned home last week from a services at the Christian church visit with relatives in Cincinnati. Saturday and Sunday. John D. Miss Nannie Tavlor and brother Henderson, of Mt. Vernon, wasin Judge are visiting relatives in town Saturday and Sunday. Barbourville. Tribble Bryant of Harlautown is visiting Mr. and TAKING BIG CHANCES Mrs. Jones Proctor. Mr. and It is a great risk to travel Neal Parrot spent Tuesday a bottle of Chamberlain's Col Mrs. night with Mr. and Mrs. Levi ic, Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Cecil Owens who as this preparation cannot be ob Pennington. has been working at Dayton Ohio, tained on trains or steamships. Atfacks of bowel complaints are returned home last week. often sudden and very severe, and everyone should go prepared for FOR FLETCHER'S them. Obtainable everywhere. -- lii 1 -- Paint Up With "Green Seal" Until you've tried it, you have no idea how a coat or two of Hanna's Green Seal Paint will beautify and preserve your property, tt makea everything look bright and new. and dries with a glossy finish that wears through all kinds of weather. It has given good results for 27 years. tm mm It spreads smoothly, covers all surface defects mL J. Sold by Colors Kv. Prince Albert It kU mvtryichtra in toppy rad bat$. Set tidy red and tin.d 10c; hanjsom poundand tin humidor pound that chmmr cryttal-gla- ti humidor uith top that kempt tho tobacco in ach mplondid condition. half-pounpon-moif- Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made! ringeAlbert ft. J. Reynold Tobacco CoWiiuton-SaUm- , RAILROAD WAGES Industrial Warfare or Federal Inquiry? To the American Public: Do you believe in arbitration or industrial warfare? The train employes on all the railroads are voting whether they will give their leaders authority to tie up the commerce of the country to enforce their demands for a 100 million dollar wage increase. The railroads are in the public service- your service. This army or employes is in the public service your service. You pay for rail transportation 3 billion dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every dollar from you goes to the employes. On all the Southern railroads in 1915, seventy-fiv- e per cent of the train employes earned these wages (lowest, highest and average of all) as shown by the payrolls Freight Paitenger Yard I ASTORIA B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, $e363c9i3i!383e Geo, )JK&xdgx& X Shall they be determined by THE "QUALITY STORE it WHERE a MONEY b TALKS I Grin & Son N. C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Raynoldt Tobacco Co. The party was compssed of Mr. ing down a steep hill when their and Mrs. B. H. Griffin, C. J. Rice, horie bncame frightened, plunged TUTRS. R H. HamM, of Brodhead, Misses Ly da and Sally Cook. They down the steep decline, the buggy was here between trains will be gone for a few days. Miss striking a tree. One of the girls Tuesday, en route home from Marie Blanford, of Louisville, is suffered a fracture of the skull and Lexington, where she had been visiting her cousin, Miss Ella Mae a broken neck, resulting in alvisiting her sister for the past Blanford, of this place. Mrs. I. most instant death, while the Mr. and. Mrs. Egbert E. Mann, of Maysville, has re- other sustained a severe cut above week. Hayse and son, Arney, of Cincin- - turned home after a lew days' the right eye, and was painf ullv nati, are spending a few days with, visit with relatives here. Mrs. though not seriously hurt. We Mr. Haxse's parents, Mr. and Georgia McClure is attending the reached the place of the accident Mrs.-- T B. fclayse. Mr. and Mrs Teachers' Institute at Mt. Vernon possibly within fifteen minutes C. L. Hughes, of Louisville, are this week. Miss Marie Rambo is alter it occured and helped to. Mrs. visiting relatives at Maywood and carry the girls from the ireclc. visiting relatives here. Mr. and Brodhead Commercial George Smith, who have been on Stanford this wees. Club Mrs. L. H. Davis are visiting meets next Monday evening at the sick list in Corbin, has gotten able to return home. Mr. and lelatives and friends at Berea and the Citizens Bank hall at 7:3o P. Misses M. Some very important busiMrs. Edd Herd will move in a Paint Lick this week. few days to East Bernstadt. Born Geneva and Hazel Griffin are ness matters are to come up at to ihe wife of H. P. Niceley, on visiting their brother at Mt. Ver- this meeting, and every member the 15th, a fine girl. T. J. Pen- non. Mr. and Mrs. I. W, Catlin is urged to be present. Chuck nington has moved his family to have returned from Lebanon after Frith says that m self defense he is compelled to make the follow-Mr- . Mt. Vernon, and will go in busi- a few dnyS' visit with relatives. and Mrs. J. T. Oraary and ing statement: The pegs found ness in that town. There was a certain widow from Etowah, children are visiting relatives at by the gentleman it the woodland Tenn,, visiting our town a couple Crab Orchard. Judge H. Wittis about a mile from town, and re- weeks ago, and it seems that our , verv sick. at this writing and has ported by us Iast week as beiQg old friend Hicks took a fancy to been confined to his room for sev placed there by Chuck himself this widow, and Mart, we think, eral days. Mr, and Mrs. J. H while nracticinp nitfthino bore , b is figuring on a trip south, for he Browning and children are away shoe were laced t h p,lLr0rif.rtn "C I 11,11VUBUUUUUUW3C YT7a11i. aL.m rocca HHUIU, UUctikeeps asking about cheap rates On a month s visit to Salt Miss Minnie Leger, of ter members of the Brodhead to Knoxville. The best sign we City. Woodbine, has returned home Horse Shoe Pitching Association, have heard is his singing the following song: "Darling will you after a few days' visit with Mr. while the two gentlemen were bee hunting, and that he is not guilty love me when I am old." Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Murphy. of the charge. We are not atCATARRH CANNOT BE Joseph Mink, of Richmond, Ky., Tues-day.e- n tempting to settle the matter and CURED wasj here between trains, route to Brodhead. Judge with LOCAL APPLICATIONS those acquainted with the parties as they cannot reach the seat of and the conditions may decide M. Ballard, Atty, L. W. G. Tip Langford, and Atty. the disease, greatly influenced bv for themselves. S. L. Cummins, W. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, were constitutional conditions, and in ot the Crab Orchard Milling Co., J. here Mondav It seems there is oraer to cure it you must taKe an was m town Monday. Mrs. Richa great deal of sickness in this internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh ard E. Albright is with relatives locality, as all three of the doc- Cure is taken internally and acts in Junction City and Danville this thru the blood on the mucous sur- week. During a thunderstorm tors are kept busy all the time. Mr. and Mrs R. B. Sams and faces of the system. Hall's Ca- Monday afternoon, lightning tarrh was perscribed by one of struck and killed a 800 pound chiidren, of Paris, have returned country steer for R. L. Smith worth $55. after a few days' visit with Mr. the best physicians in Miss for years. It is composed of some set fire to a wheat stack belongand Mrs. John Mnllins. Sally Cook, of Ervin, Tenn, is vis- of the gest tonics known, com- ing to Lee Coffey and destroying iting her cousin. Miss Lyda Cook. bined with some of the best blood it, at a loss of at least $50, and J. E. Woodall, of I ondon, and purifiers. The perfect combin- struck a tree standing within 8ft. Charley Mullins, of MullinsSta ation ol the ingredients in Hall's of R.H Shivel's residence, re tioti, two hustling salesmeu, were Catarrh Cure is what produces ducing it to splinters. Misses such wonderful results in catarrhal 'iessie and Ziala Pritchett, of with our merchants Tuesday. (J. O; Greenwell. of our citv, is conditions. Send for testimonials Stanford, were the guests of Mr. Lfree. F. J. CHENEY & CO., the champion fisher of the season Props., Toledo, O. All Drugg-gist- s and Mrs. R. L. Smith and other relatives in the Hiatt section last as he lauded a blue catfish a few 75c. Hall's Family Pills days ago that weighed 52 pounds. or constipation. week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Price and family, of Indianapolis, Now. that was some fish, but we of this, Ind., are with her parents, Mr. will vouch for the truth and Mrs. John Riddle, here this for we were called to Mr. Green-well'- s week. They made the trip in a house to" see thn fish's head. '"P he writer witnessed the accident Ford. The teachers from this suit of a Thjs may sound fishy- - bnt never-the-letrue. Mrs. T. C. Welch last Friday that occurred on the section are all attending the Inst, is on the sick list. .Born to me Hyattsville and Kirksville pike, in Mt Vernon this week. Mrs. wife of W. B. Thacker, a boy on about seven miles from Lancaster, Joe Mink and childrdn of RichMondav, 'which only lived a few!' in the Hackley section of Gar-hou- mond, are with her parents, Mr. Misses It was buried Tuesday in rard county. Two sisters, daugh-partyio- and Mrs. P. H. Robins, near here f this week. Nancy and Ellen Palmer, Mrs. L. M. Brown is the cenAry here in town. A ! Monday ters of Lee Palmer, a prominent spending the week with her par'fishers left here for a fighUg trip up the river, i farmer of that county, were driv- - ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Frith. LIVINGSTON P&&P ! BOOSTING And Pulliner Together & makes Our Town grow &$3C3&3Qfc while the " Hand of '' is always pointing to Big Values. quality Every time the second hand of the clock ticks off a minute something good goes over our counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes every customer a repeater. Make our Store a Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get posted on good things. We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, Meal, Meat, Shipstuff, Hay, Corn, Straw, Fertilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you have to buy, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. Rnie Artngi $1972 00IU 1552 Rant Arcrasa Ranga Araraa Engineers. I $2306 1347 12Q9 $1455 $1916 3505 1353 GEO. S. GRIFFIN & SON Conductor! Firemen BrakemeH. I 2696 . I 2358 649 1638 755 1580 979 958 1055 1749 406 1302 754 1405 Livingston 1245 777 Kentucky 43 7 ?$3y$3! n09 1854 990 -- qi The average yearly wage payments to all Southern train em ployes (including those who worked only part of the year) as shown by the 1915 payrolls were Freight Passenger Yard Engineers $1712 $2144 $1313 Conductsrs DRUGS PURE & FRESH Your Prescriptions ienced man filled by an exper- Be-thuru- Fireraea Brikemea 1723 1096 1013 1488 865 845 1157 We want your business 688 868 te A 100 million dollar wage increase for men in freight and yard service (less than one-fift- h of all employes) is equal to a 5 pc j cent advance in all freight rates. The managers of the railroads, as trustees for the public, have no right" to place this burden on the cost of transportation to you without a clear mandate from a public tribunal speaking for you. The railroads have proposed the settlement of this controversy either under the existing national arbitration law, or by reference to the Interstate Commerce Commishas been refused by the sion. This-offe- r employes' representatives. Don't forget to ask us about our Kodaks Jlte A nfm I t-- Jr 'e,' Kodaks R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. FARE Shall a $trike or an investigation under the Government determine this issue? nation-wid- e $522 JESILY BETWEEN rtlr V? I .H CLEVELAND tffJfrr' nvm. jimii i5J.'m-jir- St, mmammmure;ri-w- .. . lr -- BUFFALO T BR OD H EAD re-horri- National Conference Committee of the Railways Railroad. L. W. BALDWIN, Ccn'l Manager, Central of Georgia Rallwaj. C L. BAHDO, Gen'l Hanagir, New York. New Haven & Hartford Railroad. B. U. COAPMAN, Sontlicrn Railway, f . E. COTTER, CenV Manager, Atlantic ELISHA LEE, Chairman. P. B. ALBRIGHT. Ci.7 ilanagtr, Cot Lln W -- "-t W, St. Loula At San FrancUe KOUNS, Gen'l Manager, Ateblson, Tepeka A Santa Fa Railway H.W. McMASTER, Can't Manager, Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad. A. S. CREIC, AM. to Receiver, snVa4WerV C W. anenPneSnnnei" The brgest and most coatly steamer on any inknd WlUr of too world. Sleeping iffffmnnrl' tioBi tor I&OT panensera. The Great Skip "SEEANDBEE" 3 Mntaificaat Steamer BETWEEN 0 9 M J. MAHER, Western Railway. Norfolk and. Dearer 4c "CITY OF ERiE" "CITY OF BUFFALO" - CLEVELAND-Dail- y, JAMES RUSSELL, Gen'l Manager, rs P. C C B Wabash Rallwa. dtat, E. CROWLEY, Amu. New York Central Railroad. H. EMEKSON, Gen'l Manager, Creat Northern Railway. H. KWlNG, Can' Manager1, PnlLid lvlila it Reading Railway. W. GRK.E, Ant. to President, CncaaUJU Oitla RaUwaj. Rio Crande Railroad. A. M. SCHOYER, Reetaent Pennsylvania Lines Weet. W. L. SEDDON, Seaboard Air Una Railway. A. J. STONE, Erie Railroad. Gail C S. WAID, rU-Pre- LearaBaffalo P.M. Leara Cleveland nxrvrm wfrasoa o.4tiA.Ja. Arrire Buffalo Mwoa. (Cental atnBdnraXapal points. Raflroadafcw-a- t. ComeettoM at Bngtlo fee Niagara Falte sad all Eastern and Cm nnUi. between Cleveland and Buffalo are rood for traaaDortatiOQ on oar Steaaaera, Aak joar ticaet agent roc tmea Tin u. e u. Lffie. BeaatifnUy aojored sectional pcule chart, showing both extertor and Interior of. Tna BMa aAMJHBVjaMteaCnTneraia mill pailltl saw far oamwJetorlBaddaarlptiT booklet free. May lstto Not. 15th-BUFFA- LO lr.K. THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, CUTCfaaaJ, OU ) ft fjtiimtm !. ju.i.;j jjwjtfumjN'LLJ up.i ,1JJMJI'I iii'niniTrfiwsariiiiTii'aj mmMrsmwrrfrim Bimmitt-rt-tfi.m- ii W tftwnrittg MT. VERNON SiGNAL priation for any one fiscal year Secretary of Agriculture shall the apportion the rem under of each Friijav, .July 21, 19 16 year's appropriation in ihe follow ing manner: Published every Fiiday by One third in the ratio whichthe EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. area of each State bjars to the to lal of all the States. YKA"R $I.O UBSCRIPTION ONE One third in the- - raiio which ihe population of each State bears Advertising tales viaue knonn on to the total population oi all the States. application One third in the ratio which the mileage of rural deliveiy MEMBER OF routes and siar routes in each KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Stare bears to the total inileageof rural delivery routes and star routes in all States. Project stiterccnts setting forth the proi.osal construction of anv rural post road or roads in astato are to be submitted b; the state July Washington, The 15. highway department to the Sec. of Federal sum of $5,000,000 of Agriculture, and upon approfunds is made available for the val by the Secretary all necesof roads by the III USANDSW1N I NOTICE TO TNE PUBLIC To the Republic-ins hfc&2S2r3 Pulaski County: GREAT BENEFIT The Republicans of ihe Eleventh Congressional District will be called upon to name a candidate for Congress at the August primary, will be held August 5, 1916, EXPERIENCE. iwhuh district is vitally interested and we feel that every Republican in the in the selection of the best and most capable man for the position. We have aire dv named a splendid national ticket in the person Object Lesson Gained by we a candidate for Trials Always Repays o.f Hughes andtoFairbanks, andwith should name Ticket, and who ConThe Kind You Have Always 'Bought, and which has heen be associated will gress worthy our Nitioml in use for over SO years, has borne the signature o Hardships. for add the greatest strength to'tluv ticket at'thr November election. and lias been made tinder his per- Irf-- f .& sonal supervision since its infanev. We most earnestly believe tnst Hon. Cleb Powers, our present disExperience is hard task master. Allow no one to deceive you in this. is the proper man to lead us at the Novemare All Counterfeits, Imitations and Oftentimes we pay dearly for tinguished Congressman, that trifle with and endanger the health of xperience, but even one great ber election, and we, therefore, call upon the Republicans of Pulaski Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. object is accomplished, experi- County and the district, to rallv to his support and give him the nomination, and we feel sure that in so doings they will make no ence pays. If the experience of war ridden misiake. It bad been generally conceded that Mr. Powers would have no Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareEurope will eventually establish goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc opposition this time, but iceutly j. R. McKeehau, of Williamsburg, real peace, the price of war will contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic has announced his candidacy, and is now canvassing the district while substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms not have been too great. and allays Fcverishness. For more than thirty years it Mr. Powers is at Washingtou attending to his congressional duties In the smaller planes of life each Las been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and individual has some cosily experi- Mr. McKeehan has had no experience in public life, and should he construction rml sary surveys, platis.&pecifications ence, only to learn some great be elected, he could not secure important committee assignments in Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach, and Bowels, passage of the Federal Aid Koad assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep as is necessary to give a Congressman prestige and estimates must be furnished. object lesson. Disease often Congress such Bill, which became a law four and The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. The roads projected must be ofa wastes years of some people's influence, and if you concede that he is as able and capable as Mr days ago. Of this sum $75,000, . : .. tu substantial character, and items lives. TheV suffer vears of agotlV irowers 1. . congress oeiore r.e newouiu nave iu save aeeiui icrma iu r 000 is to be expended for th'i con.. . GENUINE J ALWAYS .1 U 1: - -i l.t il. covering engineering, inspectic n and torrure, onlv to be relieved struction of rural post roads 1111 .. .. that the experience or Mr. Powers will- enable lum t and unforeseen contingencies are by some remedy or treatment. the district Bears the Signature of dur 90 operative arrangements not to exceed 10 per cent, of the Although they hae paid dearly to accomplish during the next term From the information we have, with the highway departments of cost. secure this infoimation if they McKeehan is not being seriouslv considered anywhere in the district, the various states, and $10,000,000 total estimated SUBJECT TO APPROVAL can relieve the sufferings of their and has absolutely no chance to defeat Powers, but while this is true, is to be exoended for roads and Upon completion of the work as fellows their exparience has not good Republicans should not y at home and fail to vote, but should, trails within or partly within tbo in our opinion, go t. the polls and cast their votes for Hon. Caleb national foiests. The act limits approved by the Secretary the been in vain. rPlir.cU fnrfc .W W betni demon- -' Powers and make his nomination as nearly unanimous as is possible MWt. fll't. the Foder.il (lowrnment's share amount set aside for the project J..I1 Mr. Powers has served the district for almost three terms in in road work in co operation willi is to be paid to the proper State strated every day. On one side official. The Secretary of Agri we hear of a woman who, after Congress, but while this is true, he has been there during a Demothe states to 50 per cent of the Th Kind You Have Always Bought all of his Republican colleagues estimated cost of construction culture is given authority in his suffering untold agonies from cratic administration, and has like THE CENTAUR COM f ANV. NEW YORK CITY. oy tne Democrats, and lias Federal aid may be extended to discretion to make partial pqy- - stomach trouble Tor fifteen vears been more or less discriminated against a the construction of any rural post ments as the work progresses, if relieved by Tanlac, the now re- not, for that reason, been given fair chance to demonstrate his powers road, excluding all streets or roads but not in excess of the Federal constructive, while from another as a statesman, yet, with this handicap, he has been able to do much in towns having a Deputation of Government's pro rata share of source a prominent merchant tes for his district and for the nation, but, with the election of Hughes 2.5oo or more, except the portions the labor and material which tifies that after SDendinir hundreds and Fairbanks, and a Republican Congress, things will be quite differ J of such streets or road on which have been actually put into con-- ' 0f dollars for medicines to relieve ent, and Mr. Poweis will not only be given the Chairmanship of one m the houses aiv on anaverage.raore struction work, nor in excess of ' a severe case of chronic catarrh, of the most important Committees of the House, but will also bt $10,000 per mile, exclusive of the he was benefited immediately by assigned to membership on other important Committees, which will than 200 ft. apart. cost of bridges of more than 20ft. Tanlac. They have pqid dearly put him in position to be of greatservice to his district and the country Fice million dollars is made All constructs n to accomplish that object. Otners as well, and besides this, Mr. Powers was one of the first men in the tor expenditure during clear span. RW the fiscal year ending June 30 i9-I- work is subject to the inspection.1 who heai of their experiencs ' and country to advocate the nomination of Judge HughesI for Pi esidei t. w 1 ...be ot- no disaavauiage 10 mm at wasnington. m Tasiand thereafter the appropria and approval of the Secretary of how they gained relief, will profit and this fact will however. ni all these facts into consideration, we believe strongly and sincerely tion is increased at the rate of Agriculture. interest of the party, and to the people generally, $5,000,0003 year until lo2l. when The various States obtaining Thousands of men and women that it is to the best sent back to Congress, and we ask you to not the stun provided is S2n,ooo,ooo, aid under the provisions of the in all walks of life are daily ac- - that Mr. Powers be pools August 5th. and cast your ballot for him, The standing of a Bank is determaking a total of $75,000,000. In act are charged with the making .knowledging the benefits they forget to go to the mined by the law under which it operand please ask your neighbor to do likewise. Will you not do this? addition, an appropriation of of needed repairs and the have derived from Tanlac in cases n ates, and by the ability and character After the primary election is over, we will all join hands in $I,ooo.ooo a veor fur ten years, a of a reasonably smooth of catarrhal atfections of the of its management. togetout the full vote in November, which total of $10,000,000 is made avail- surface, considering the type of mucous membraurs, stomach organizing and arranging The conservative methods of this Hughes and Fairbanks, but will able for the developments of roads the old road, but are not ob'igated liver and kidney troubles. They will not only result in the election of Bank, its record of 15 years of sucplace Kentucky in the Republican column. With Republican rule and trails wholly or partly within to make extraordinary repairs or feel that they should come cessful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best the national foiVhts. publicly and tell their restored at Washington, and a Republican Congress of our choice to If, undertake reconstruction. recommendations. back the President, and to pass needed legislation, good old RepubliKENTUCKY'S SHAKE. after due notice, a state fails to experiences with the spirit of helpgood times will return, and the nation and flag of our country will YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, Under the new law Kentucky maintain a Federally aided road ing some unfortunate who suffers can aain be respected at home and abroad. These things are surely at will receive a generous amount properly the Secretary is required as they did. Tanlac aids digestion, promotes hand, and we ask, that you get ready to enjoy tne great victorvin of Vernon 13 during each of the five years for to refu?e further aid until the forget the Primary, August 5th, and don't for 3 refreshing sleep and store for us, and don't which the appropriation is car road has been properly repaired heathy MT. VERNON, KY. get to vote for Mr Powers, as he will be needed at Washington to strengthens the nerves. at State expense. ried. country. Tanlac is being specially intro- help President Hughes restore good times to the Of the $5,OO0,C00 to be expend The sum of $10,000,000 ismade Respectfully, ed by the Federal Government' available in yearly appropriations duced in Mt. Vernon at R. H. G. M. MEFCE, BETHURUM, B. J. -i r during this fiscal year . for road : of $1,000, COO for the co operative Miller, also at Central Drug 'UJi XKdg m BEE WHITIS, Co., Livingston, and John J. S. COOPER. a Rra improvement work in the several construction and maintenance Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead A. H. RAY BORN, 9 303 C. I. ROSS, states, Kentucky's share is one of roads and trails within or W. M Owens' store, Burr, Line H. B. MEECE, M. L JAR VIS, . BtQ Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. .. .. ... . ,. tenth million, the next year C. L. TARTAR. SK. -- " lnnl GEO. M. COOPER, i'""mj when $10,000,000 is to be spent, by the United States, States, Welch Berea: J. Reynolds and ihe State's apportionment is Territ tries or counties in which Son, Bee Lick. The foregoing article, signed by prominent Republicans of Som$30i.2o0: during the third year the forests lie. Expenditure.for y News of that city, under date of erset, appeared in the the State is sceduled to receive this purpose are not to exceed iO SHOULD SLOAN'S LINIMENT July 18th. These gentlemen are friends and supportersof the HonGO ALONG? $301,800 ot the fifteen million to per cent of the value of the tim- 01 course it should! For after a orable Caleb Powers, and they are urging the republicans of this ho expended: during the fourth ber and forage resources available Congressional District not to lail to go to the Primary of August 5th, year $402,400 is Kentucky's for income upon the national for- strenuous day when your muscles when Mr. Powers is to be renominated. The sentiment ot the article share of the $20,000,000 melon, ests where the roads or trails are have been exercised to the lim't is splendid and meets our hearty approval. As friends of the Hon an application of Sloan's Liniment and for the fiscal ear endiugjune constructed. Beginning with the will take the soreness and stiffness orable Caleb Powers we urge each and every republican of Rockcastle 30. 1921. when $25,0.0,000 is to next fiscal year after an agreeCounty to go to the polls on the 5th day of August. 1916, and vote for be spent, the State is to receive ment is made between of Agricul- away and get 'ou in fine condition malicious charges are being made for the morrow. You should also him. As usual, untruthful and $5015.000 for road building pur ture and a State, Territory or ute it for a sudden attack of tooth- against our brilliant Member of Congress. We hope as a rebuke to his Wq poses. county for the co operative con- ache. Stiff-necbackache, stings, defamers tliat this ccuuty will give to him an unprecedented majority m The apportionment to Ken struction of such roads 10 per bites and the many accideuts that at the primary. tucky and hei sister Stales ismade cent, Respectfully, of all revenues from such are 'incidental to a vacation. "We U OUR STOCK is more complete than ever. Our on the basis of area, population forests are to be applied toward would as soon leave our baggage business has doubled in volume in the past six M. PENNINGTON, V. C. TATE, T. J N1CELEY, and the mileage of rural delivery reimbursing the Federal Govern- as go on a vacation or camp out fgj L. W. BETHTRUM, Our Goods and Prices please others months. S. D LEWIS, A. G. LOVELL, , and star routes. Kentucky emment for fund expended in road without TJ. G. BAKER, Sloan's Liniment." TIP LANGFORD, find will please you, CAM MULLINS, braces 40, 181 square miles; and work until the whole amount ad- Writes one vacationist: We use it GENTRY, JAMES WINSTEAD E. R. S. F. BOWNAN, her population is said to be 2,289, vanced shall have been returned. tor everything from cramps to W. H. FISH, JONES FISH, LIVESAY, W. H. 905, and has 2G.7G9.y4 miles of The general opinion here is toothache." Put a bottle in your FRANK MULLINS, W. BAKER, J. R. H. MILLER, rural delivery and star rouk's As that the new highway improvebag, be prepared and have no W. G. NICE LEY, G. S. GRlFb'lN, WOOD, H. B. a result, the Stale is scheduled to ment law will conduce to the estab regrets CHAS. L. DAVIS, Proprietor Phono 87 K. J. McKlNNEY, W. H. OARMICAL R. G. WEBB, receive 2 012 per cent of theFed lishment of a more effective high- oral arporlionment, provided, of! wav machinery W CONSTIPATION AND in each btate. course, she complies wiihtbe pro- - j strongly! influence the develop1NDIGE3TIOJN visions of the proposed law. ment of good road building along have used .Chamberlain's "I TO THE PUBLIC. tf 3ccggX53cC3ecSepcC3&3e: Poultry CLASS OK ROADS right lines, stimulate larger pro- Tablets and must say they are the "I eave been using ChamberThe class of roads to be built duction and better 'marketing, best I have ever used for constiAZCTK Conover K&s&air SAiif Shin us vour Poultry and receive lain's for indigetion ftr the past . it affords me and the method of construction promote a fuller and more attrac- pation and indigestion. My wife highest price and prompt returns six months,sayand have never used H 1 pleasure to are to be mutually agreed upon tive rural life and add greatly to also used them for indigestion and j me so much MT. VERNON, KY remedy that did by the Secretary ot Agriculture the convenience and economic they did her good," writes Eugene Illio, C. E. Rilej, good." Fron tRooms over Baker' tore , S Knight, Wilmington N. C. and the State higway depart- welfare of the people. N Y. Chamberlain's Tablets ara WHOLESALE ; Phone 49-Chamberlain's Tableis are mild ments. COMMISSION MERCHANTS obtainable everywhere, and gentle in their action. Give The act provides that after them a trial. You are certain to 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. m'kuig necess-ardeductions for be pleased with the agreeable laxFOR FLETCHER'S 7 administering its provisions not FOR FLETCHER'S ative effect which they produce. f$n fjJTCHER'S to exceed 3 per cent, of the appro- Obtaianable everywhere. of Children Cry for Fletcher's ,?gxvcfrxc?3 $5I but-Experimen- it Iff I f -- KJ-&ccU4- Just-as-goo- d" 1 What is CASTORIA - . . I 1 I a.. .1-- 4. ..i . 1 1 A - CASTORIA s'-a- C&ajtyffl&irti ! In Use For Over 30 Years C3 ' I iooo mum ooo ,' 7, A. A 1 .. . Clean, Strong and Safe pies-ervatio- tor-war- d The Bank Mt $ ta a 1 7 m'A-yrj-- r ... Semi-Weekl- I j A COMPLETE LINE OF i School Books & jk: I SCHOOL SUPPLIES ive k, Booster TieKets ! Pioneer Drua Store PH Dentist S. 1 Poultry ifrmmBKmmm HouchensBros. Children Cry CASTORIA Children Cry CMl&r.eai Or CASTORIA 9-10-- 11, e AST ORIAn COME AND BRING THE CHILDREN TO THE BIG MT. VERNON PAIR, AUGUST Big Line of Ladies Admitted I9I6 Big Nights The Biggest Attractions for Everyone. .3 Big Days and Free First Day Remember THAT FOBP and Come Bvery Pay rair in Years w if i r inn ii is MMfeBBM lUm-nrujm&tai'-miim-jmfZ:-ia- ml JmK3hCgftTi " ii" i GOOD Fish's Rancoats aud Slickers LOOK GOOD-FE- EL CHILDREN'S DAY ueacu iroin Fish's. will keep yon dry. t No oue can either feel good or PROGRAM look good while suffering irom Mt. Vernon Ky July 21, 1916 Foa Sale:- - Two nice bird Mrs. Sarah Rickles who for the At Union school house July 23-1- 6. Get rid of that Songs by Brodhead, Freedom, constipation. pups. 6 months old, good stock. past year has been in Louisville, tip "Mo. 79" wnen Providence and Union choirs. tired lifeless feeling by a treatJ. H, Livingston, has returned to Mt. Vernon to. wot toCommuni-cat- o Welcome Address, Glenn Lewis. ment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. with S1QNAL Stanford Ky. spend the summer. take one or two Concerted Recitation, "Suu Buy a box Round trip Nashville $8.00. The maker of the highest grade In the morning pills shine Flower Club" five girls. Aug, Limited to Sept. tires guarantee their tires to last Song, Union Choir. that stuffedj dull feeling is gone loth. Account, uniform rank I50O miles longer on the Ford Car "Help- and you feel better at once. 25c Concerted Recitation, Knights of Pythias. than on any other make. ing in our Sunday school" at your druggist. vv Plesaure is not trouble buy a Excursion to Louisville Morn- iJoys. COUISV'LLE & NASHVILLC R .R.CO AUTO RACING. ing of July 3oth. Leave Mt. Ver- Ford. Song, JBrodhead Choir non i:3o a.m. arrive Louisville Followers of the auto racing T ME TABLE. FORD FACTS. Smiling Faces, six small boys 0:25 a.m. Leave Louisville reCheaper to buy. 22 uortn Song, Freedom Choir game will not be allowed to forget 5 P turning 10 p m , $2.25. Cheaper to maintain. 24 nortn 3:50 a m "We are the men of tomorrow that"Wild Bob" Burman wasore Simplest in construction. 23 south 1 1:44 a ru and our future depends on of the most daring and popular Tomorrow is BOOSTER DAV Easiest to handle. 21 South 12:13 am in Mt. Vernon. 'If you have any you" Large number of boys drivers that ever sent thrills thru Easiest running. Song, Providence Choir enthusiastic audiences by his reck Tas. Landrum, Agent. BOOTER TIUKETS bo sure to less performance on the various II Power, light weight, speed. "Gods Promises, have them in front of the Court 15 girls Phone No. 8. coun-trLess gasoline. Song, House at 2 p.m. If you don't Union Choir motor race courses of the A racing firm, known as the Cntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice have any tickets, get some. Tires wear longer. i2 children Sunshine Band, mail matter. as Burman Estate, in which his imInfluence, Mothers Eulala CARD OF THANKS REWARD. mediate relatives are interested, Lewis We wish to express our heart Rockcastle County will pay have taken over all the contracts PERSONAL Song. Brodhead Choir 100. reward for the arrest and felt thanks to those who were so and other agreements entered inBrief Talks. Dr. M. Pennington was in Clay conviction of John Martin who eood and kind to us through the to by Burman before his last fatal Noon. county Mondayon business. murdered Parker Browning. sickness and death of our dear Song, Four Choirs race in California, and will carry Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers are The Governor has been ask to husband and father. The good "When Jesus was here" Ivy out the program originally laid double this amount. the proud parents of a fine boy. deeds and kind words will fordown by him, with.such other enRoberts G. M. Ballard, J. R. C. C. ever be remembered. Miss busie Thompson is with "Give the Boy a chance" 7 bovs gagements as can be arranged Mrs. Sallie Owens and Aug friends in Louisville for a few "Children's Day the best" Vic- from time to time children. days. One of the big events in which tor Roberts One of the most important questhe cars of the Burman Estate Charley Dailey who has such tions receiving the - Will lurnish sacks Song, Wheat:Brodhead Choir careful consid a serious attack of lever is a little and pay the market price for "Where I first saw the Light' will participate is the first intereration of our teachers during the national sweepstakes race, to be better. ten girls. present institate, is that oJ Moon- wheat. C. A. Davis, Chint Lair of Brodhead has light Schools. Song, Freedom Choir held at the new Cincinnati SpeedThe committee Mt. Vernon, Ky. been here for a day or two with which has this in charge will give T. R. A. P. S. six boys way at Sharonville on Labor Day, friends. I am prepared to make photos, Song, explanation of the plans, etc., in Providence Choir September 4. Three cars will be Miss Thelma Pilkenton of our next issue. Keep a lookout I have experienced help. Give "Twelve hours of the Day" entered for the $3o,ooo prizes, one of them being the machine driven me a call and I will try to please twenty Girls and Boys. Brodhead, is visiting Miss Dessie for that article next week. you. I will take poultry, eggs Niceley for a few days Song, Uni6nChoir bv Burman when he mat his sad Mr. I, B. McKeehan, Republi- and meat in exchange for Photos. "The Rainbow" little girls fate, and the other two being driven Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Hayes of can candidate for Congress against by Teddy Tetzlaff and Tony Mrs. Judith Thompson. and boys . Cincinnati were with relatives Caleb Powers, respectively. No driv r spoke to a small West Main Street Song, Brodhead Choir yesterday until today crowd in the court house here yesRev Pike has been named for the third car For Sale:- - House aud lot on Address, Mrs. Walter Robins and little terday, making a second speech on Subject; Help, Those Women" as yet. It is' expected that the in. Mt. Vernon. Call daughter of Brodhead are witu rel- Fish's corner for a few moments. Main street Burman Estate cars will be in CinCommitte: or address S. H. Martin, Mt. Vera few days. atives here for Mr. McKeehan has arranged for cinnati the latter part of August Josiah Cummins non, or Mrs. Harry Jones, Lonwhen the two-mil- e Misses Beatrice Shelton and the publication in this paper next course will be Sye Owens don Kv. entirely completed and ready for Elanora Frith, of Brodhead, are week of an article'headed an "Open Billy Sowder DETECTIVES WANTED. of Miss Jo Davis for the Letter" which he says he is very all the preliminary trials guests George Brown. anxious for the voters of RockcasThe undersigned Agency will week. To keep order. HWY MENDURE SUMER tle to read before arriving at a de- consider applications for memberMr, and Mrs. James Proctor of We ask you. old and young to COLDS? the Orlando seciion are the proud cision as to whom their choice for ship from certain localities in Ken- come, bring your lunches and be It isn't necessary to have a parents of a Gue boy which arrived congress will be two weeks from tucky. We look after Criminals, a child again, only, the older ones stuffed head, running nose. To Collect Names and Addresses of must be very quiet, as tomorrow. on the 18h Inst. it will be cough your head off as it were Farmers, etc. Collect debts and Children's Day. Bryant was up from LivOscar The All you need do is to use Dr. Bell's Rockcastle County's A. B. Lewis, Supt. Pine Tar Honey. ingston vesteiday and says every- Teachers Institute began Monday. furnish commercial reports to The soothing business concerns. We pay salary body from Livingston are coming The Institute was organized by and healing balsams open the J. M. Craig was n Cincinnati clogged air passages and in a and going to bring their visitors the election of Mrs. Georgia Mc and fees. For. full particulars write. Monday with a car load of cattle, to the Mt. Vernon Fair Clure as Secretary, and Miss you get relief and start Va.&Thnn. Dktkctive Agency, mostly cows and heifers, which short time to recovery. Your Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Brock Tanua Thompson the blind girl on the road Incorporated. sold at a low margin compared nose stops running, you cough less were guests of relatives here dur- very kindly agreed to act as orMahoney Building, with last week Those having and you know you are getting ing the week. Rev. Brock re- ganist and a good one she has Bristol, Tenn.-Va- . heavy stuff on the market suffered better. Get a bottle, use as di turned to Louisville but Mrs. been. Tne following committees rected. Keep what is left as a For Sale:- - A fine Jsrsey cow heavy losses. Brock and little daughter went to were appointed. Monday Cincinnati Stock JourJ cough and cold insurance. FROGRAM. London to spend the summer. 4 years old. Will sell at a bargain nal says : Prof Pilkenton. S. E. ChandMr. D. H. Lyons, of near LouisS. B. Ramsey, ville, has been elected principal of ler, Mrs. Sarah Wallen, Dan CATTLE. Mt. Vernon, Ky. I to succeed Bullock J. L. Jones and J. W. the Graded school Sellers were up against the The Mt. Vernon Fair Assoc For Infants and Children, Prof. J. S. Irvine, who goes to Cox. has made a deal with a first worst cattle market in. many aday. of the RESOLUTIONS. Bardstown as principal class Carnival for the week of the It was a very slow and uneven The Kind You Have Always Bought Sherman Clnsteeu, Lee Webb, Bardstown City School at a very Fair, Aug. 7 12. The music will trade for all classes of cattle and Bears the W. Li. Dickerson, Theo Pigg, great increase in salary. be furnished by an Italian Band when bids could be had they were Signature of Dr. P. fcL Conover will go to Miss Elizabeth Hail. which is with this Carnival. The fully 25 to 50c lower than a week ENTERTAINMENT. Louisville Sunday night to attend Including the leftovers shows will run every night during ago. Misses Georgia McFerron, the week, on the Fair from last week, there were closeto and National Dental the State Grounds. Association which meets in that Ethel Davis, Myitle Bryant and 2,500 cattle on sale, Local fresh city next week. From there he Marguerite Welch. Kentucky Fair Dates receipts were 2,2li head, comThe prize offered for the best will go to Columbia to spend his pared with 1,267 head a week ago For 1916. and will be out of his off public school record for last year 1,293 liead two weeks ago and vacation was awarded to Miss Minnie 1,815 head the same day a year ice until Aug. 7U1. Mrs. Conover Columbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, ago. The supply proved to be Gentry. will go to Columbia with him. The resent institure which Aug. 5. considerably more than the defLOCAL comes to a close today has beyond Lawrenceburg Fair Ass'n., La mand called for, and a b;g portion Aug. 15-doubt been the best attended of the receipts were left in the UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER If its to wear get it at Fish's New Perryville Fair , Perry-vill- pens at the close of the days ever held in the county, where the quality is righl as well Institute Aug. 9- -1 1. there being 115 teachers enrolled as the price. business. The trade showed Danville Fair, Danville, Aug. very little life at any time, owing and the roll 2al!s have always Remember the Commercial found those teachers in their 4. to tne indifferent demand from Club will meet tonight at Peoples Bullit Co. Fair, Shepherdsville, all sources, and the close was seats on time. Bank. ATTORNEY-AT-LAProf. J. W. Ireland who was Aug.l5-i- S. very dull. It was next to imMT. VERNON. KY. All members of the Mt. Vernon here last year is in charge again K. of P. Fair, Nicholasville, possible to find an outlet for heavy OFFICE. - On 2nd. floorf Commercial Club are requested to this year aud to have found an Aug. 29-steers, which were numerous, sell The Bank oi'Mt. Vernon , on Church meet at the Peoples Bank this instructor who could or would Knox Co. Fair, Barbourville, ers being forced to carry over the street. Special attention given evening. have given more universal satis- Aug. 1. biggest portion of offerings, p.ac-ticall- to collections. Phone No. 80. Laurel Co. Fair, London. Aug. family are faction would have been itnpos T. J. Penningten and without receiving a bid. sible The teachers know Prof. 22-2- 5. now residents of ou r town and we Strictly choice and light butcher K. of P. Fair, Stanford, Aug. cattle were quoted 1 5 to 25 cents Ireland who can claim a host of gladly welcome them back home. 5lower than last Monday, while on Mr. Pennington is opening a stock friends in Rockcastle, not only Berea Fair, Berea, Aug. 4. the plainer and half-fa- t in the P. Q Griffin among the teachers but others as of groceries grassy MT. VERNON FAIR Ass'n., kinds it was fully a 25 to 50c well and his popularity with all building on West Main. classes and professions has had Mt. Vernon, Aug. 9- -1 1. Weighty heifers lower deal. Reports from adjoining counties Fair Ass'n., Brod also were badly neglected, and much to do with making the two indicate that our neighbors are Institutes he has held in the head, Aug. 8. when sales could be made, prices coming in fullforce to the Big Mt. county Wayne Co. Fair, Monticello, ranged unevenly lower than a such pronounced successes. Vernon FAIR AUG. Rockcastle's corps of teachersis Sept. 8. week ago. All grades of cows The roads are in better condition not only a fine looking Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, sold a quarter lower, while canners bunch but now than in vears and those who are realy very , well prepared, as Sept. ii-imoved on a 10 to 15c lower basis. have machines can easily come. naturally they would be expected The market for bulls was slow at Yes, we are going; to CLEAN- to be. The majority of the BILLIOUSNESS AND barely steady to a shade lower STOMACH TROUBLE UP the Mt. Vernon Fair Grounds teachers are trying to prepare prices. Desirable milk cows and "Two years ago I suffered from' next Thursday July 27. There is themselves for the great work they springers ruled about 'steady M Get Our Prices and Kj plenty to be done and there will are doing, and those who do not frequent attacks of stomach trou under light receipts; medium aud W;il f.oh Vniir W A be plenty ol Ice Water on the give any time to special prepar-ation.ar- e ble and biliousness," writes Miss common milkers-wer- e Trade U again badly ground if you get too hot A few rapidly going to the Emma Verbryke, Lima Ohio. "I neglected and very hard to sell teams, picks, shovels, hoes, mow- back ground and finally down and could eat very little food that except for "kiiling purposes. ing blades, small rakes, hammers out. Only those who strive to agreed with me and I became so There was very "little inquiry for and saws will be needed. keep abreast the times will be dizzy and sick at my stomach at stock and feeding cattle; receipts times that I had to take hold of in The prospects are good for found the forefiont.in the future, something to keep from falling. were liberal and the trade genersomething doing in the oil busi because this is an age of progress Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets ally ruled slow at a decline of 25c uess in Rockcastle. The Rock- and it is a very noticeable fact per loo lb. Veal supplies were castle Oil & Gas Co., have machin that the majority of Rockcastle advertised I decided to try them. fairly liberal today, demand was Obtainery on the road and in less than teachers are in the progressive I improved rapidly." fairly broad, most offerings cash weeks drilling will be begun march. able everywhere. two ing at steady to 25c lower prices. on land leased by that company. In our next issue will appear is said that the first well will It Oliildren-Orprobably go down on territory the resolutions as adopted by the FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S O PJwe52MT.ffERN0NlKY. institute. adjacent to Mt Vernon. I MT. VERNON SIGNALl KeepKool by wearing a Palm " '"'' em aMMrllf ' l"i irvllift2Bfloa.ittai.i IT'"1"'T1 ! rfi ' .., m- g - .. " -- .. stirpes " " " " "- - "-r- rT r- " j V 79 79 ferk 1, IsJ FINE TAILORING W$k A& to-da- y, to-nig- 25-26- -2?. V PkD y. -- SAFETY'! FIRST! .. t. Be on the safe side when you buy your next suit You cannot be sure of what you buy unless you get it from a house that is absolutely reliable 20-19- 10. Clothing is not what" it was before the-wa- r Shoddy is creeping in everywhere If you want to be certain about the Ten-nett- e, GENUINE ALL WOOL quality come to the store that! guarantees the quality and fitjjThatl store is THE CASH STORE a-ti- on CASTOR A J. C. Me CLARY ! ! The Test of ime Has Given Her Approval 1 11 1 fj j &&8 beinn with the FORD Car w:i ni:ult ritrht and sold rijjjln, the genius of Henry Ford did it. His vision was into the future, not the TO g, ? i present While-othemanufacturers are discarding the models they declared perfect one year for a ear of even more boasted merits the next, the Ford Company For seven continues to .make the "Model T," ear, made it to such a years they have made but one degree of perfection that changes have not been necessary. r 22-2- 18. e, STANFORD,KY. 2-- 'C. Williams, Over one half of the automobiles are Founs and all Foud Chassis are exactly alike. The other half aie made by by some 180 different companies, each company making two or three different models and changing these each year. This being the case it will readily be seen why Ford repairs can be so easily and readily obtained. There are no obsolete Ford Models, vou don't have to send to the Factory to have a repair part made, for you can get it immediately; right here in your own town they are carried in stock. Runabout $390 F. O. B. Detroit Touring Car $440 31 -- 30-Se- pt. y BRYANT BROS., Agents idcisxz: xzo flbi 23-2- fBi Fm i fri i fyk tm 2-- ead LUMBER 1 MATERIAL 16-1- -11. 5-- BUILDING 6.v g MILL WORK g .. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods,, of Clifton: Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three boltles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my houseworl:, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helps Proctor The Woman's Tonic I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. & a trial. McKenzie XX V Children Cry y Get a Bottle Today! ,M , J&& C.ASTORIA CASTORIA Qgi ts v' GREAT CLOSING OUT yBB 8 ri Beginning Thursday, July 20, 1916 This Sale includes such renowned wearables as Hart Schafner & Marx, Clothcraft Selby, Julien Kokenge Shoes: Ladies Suits, Skirts, Dresses, Clothes; Walk-Over- , MILLINERY, Everything for Men, Women and Children to Wear. this with our other big stock now goes on the market to be closed out stoefcf new'merchand We have purchased in Ohio at the unbelieveable prices Listen ! With the greatest prbspectsior big crops work for all, prosperity every where and war prices on every article you buy, you cannot- - afford to miss this Sale, arid' do yourself justice- - With skill! ul'buying and- quick action we have made it possible for the people of Rockcastle and adjoining a-gigan-tic $1 5,000. 2c A Fifteen Thousand Dollar Sale - $1 5,000. counties to share in the Greatest Sale ever held in this country. -- POSITIVELY NOTHING CHARGED, SE3ST OtJT ON APPROVAL, OR TAKEN BACK IN THIS SALE e 50 Dozen LADIES! HANDKERCHIEFS with Colored- - Edges to Go in this SALE, at TWO CENTS Sales price 75 Ladies' Hats worth $5. to ' 3. to 4.50 64 57 J.25to 2.75 ' ' 75 to LOO ' 150. 75 ' 200 Boys' & Girls' Hats 50 to MILLINERY $J0. 2cl 1-4- A "Watchful 2-'95' Waiting" at- - 1-9- 8 Just Right for some things, but not inthiscase. If you want toget-thbest in this Policy may be- e Ladies' Low Cut Shoes 278 Pair Ladies'Oxfords, worth $4 to $5 Sale price2.68 ' ' 96 ' ' 3.00 1.98 187 2.to250 ' ' 121 98 J.50 to $3. ' 150 48 Ladies' & Misses 8 --- --- 98' sale you had better come once. -- 48 38 LADIES' SLUTS iO- - When this store, says SALE it means "BARGAINS in every Department.. LADIES' SUITS, worth $25. ' 20. i ; Sale price $ 12-9- 5 . 'JO. 7.50 ' ' 5. ' ' ' ' Sale price 9$ 495 4-95- Ddirigthings in the best way is what has made this store popular. Lots of HART SCHAFNER 1 3-9- 5 Men's Low Cut Shoes, worth $5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 Men's Low Cut Shoes Sale price S3-9- 8 3-6- 8 ' ' ' Sale price 3.28 2-7- 8 2-5- 8 LADIES' SKIRTS, worth $8.50 ' $5to$6 . SKIRTS 375 ' ' &IMARX SUITS will be sold in this Saleat $6.95. 4-9- 5 4-4- 8 2-9- 8 3.00 2.50 MEN'S PANTS, worth S5.00 t 1 -- 98 ' ( ' One Lot Skirts, 3,00 3.50 to 7.50 ' ' 2-4- 8 -- 98 It does not pay to hide your good qualities behind the mask of out-Clothes. Come to this Sale and Dress Up. of-st- yle Men's and Youth's Pants 3-9- 8 LADIES' DRESSES, worth $3 75 ' Ladies' White Dresses ' ' One Lot"CMdrerl's Dresses SUITS, Men's ' ' & Boys' 15. .... Sale price 2-4- 8 1-4- Plenty of SHOES in this Sale to fit your purse as well asyour feet. 2.to$3. J.to J.50 ' Gloi-hing- 8 -- -- 68 38 No war storie$'jbdjttt high prices at thisvstore. LADIES' PALM' BEACH SUIT-- hi this Sale at $3.95 Do. not forget the date July20th -- r worth $20. ' 17.50 12.50 Sale, price tf?-?5- , ' ' ' 12-5- 0 11-00 One Lot of Fifty Suits, $ lb to $25, ' 950 CMS- r ... Get this first pick; 4.00 3.25 3.50 2.75 to $3 2.50 1.98 i: 2.00 1.58 a Boys' Knee Pants 2.00 1.48 1.50 1.15 1.00 .78 .75 .48 .50 .38 Men's Panama and Sfraw Hafs MEN'S HATS, worth $5;00 Sale price S3.48 3.50 2.48 a 2.50 1.98 2.00 1.48 1.50 .98 it 1.00 .48 .50 .38 t ( 4( (( t BOYS' KNEE PANTS SUITS' AT AISE FRIGES You may never have the opportunity to Buy iMtrchwidise at 2i BIG This SALE things Begin- - A REBlScT . JULY OS flnHMiAAl Jl if f. v &. , ,T -- x, BOOSTER T) C K ETS bteV-- ArlarSKhSfere1! 1 rh&ePn&ain: U ' JUi y L- -s -- r 1 - - -- "? ir ; lu. . mu t--1 X " -- AfttW i T -- . r" if JW i- - TFTEFRSD'AY BBBHBB