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"wsasrsMBassS, :& III,11I1o.Ia isea Established 188? aESGSsasssssaaesjsa wii. am . mmaBxmmmmamiairriiirtmrMwartiivasi'mittSMtBitiiL'BfmcasLJtAV MT. VERNON, I ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 28 1916 Proctor, Frank Johnson, of Or- lando; John Payne, Howard Payne, Beit Hardin, Bert Mullinf. Clyd s Reynolds Swinford, Abney, Densie Hart, Angie Payne, Grace Anglin Jessie Chestine, Wyille Hart, Relk Payne, of Disputanta, Robert Fish, Mitt Proctor, Sarah Hiatt, of Mt. Vernon, Celia McCracken, Virgie of Climax, Curfew Mc-Cracko- NUMttfcE 44 LI V T TT C 11NUO T O lVT IN about over aud We cerjainly are tickle slowly improving. Our old friend, James Maret, was here a few days ago on his way to Winchester. The old Borne Way booster looks fine since he has got ten over his spell ot sickness which kept him confined to his room so long. Nov he has a position in the good road department, as he so richly deserves, for he has been a good road advocate from start to finish, and we are certaiulv glad to see him come to the front, so when the pike is fin isbed through Rockcastle county, three cheers should be given James Maret. Mr. and Mrs, T. C Welch and childreu, and Dr. W. T. Amyx, will leave for Cincin nati. Ohio, to spend a few days. Mrs. N. B. Long, of Los Angeles Cal., is visiting Mrs. C. H. Rice and Mrs. C. E. Rice, of this place the fhree days of the Fair. Mr. and Mrs Hobert Grtlrin, Squire Arnold left Livingston to spent Saturday and Sunday with day for the Madison and Rockcas Mr. aud Mrs. S. H. Pennington, tie county line. Madison county in London, Ky.. and Sunday they has made a poposition that they motored over to Corbin and spent would meet Rockcastle county at the day in that splendid town and the line Thursday, with forty or report a fine time. Mis. J. L fifty men to do a dajs work on the Pickett and children, Misses Lo road, if Rockcastle would do likeretta and Margaret, are visiting wise. Hence Squire Arnold went relatives in Paris this week: Miss to meet them. People are getting Ethel Hayse is visitiug relatives iu earnest about this road business in Kansas, this week. Mrs. G.V. and the county officials are taking Caloway and daughter are visiting the lead. Something is sure doing in this line. Mr. and Mrs. her parents in Berea this week Miss Jalett Griffin lett Sunday for were iu Berea a few days a two week's visit with her sister, this week to see Mr. Cottongim's Miss Cora Griffin, at Big Stone brother. Judge Mahlon SumGap, Va., where she has a posi- mers was in Bond, Ky., WednesMrs. G. W. Thacker, of day, on business T J. Penningtion. Berea, has been visiting her son, ton was here Sunday. We cant say he was here on business, for W. 0. Tbacker, at this place Roscoe Gregory has a position as it was Sunday. The truth of the hreman in Covington, and we are matter, we believe his mind repleased to know that he is making verts back to the days spent in good. Will Odell has moved into our city. When Mt. Vernon gets the property of Mrs Sue Mullius water works, as they already haveJ over her store room. Dan Ponder electric lights, and we all net the has sold a team of mules and wag- pikes, and Livingston gets street on, and a tract of coal land to cars, wont we be going some. Peter Mink, price paid Goo. We Clifford Catlin, of Lebanon, Ky., understand Mr. Ponder will go to is visiting his brother, I. W. CatMt. Vernon. Miss Edith Mahaf lin, at this place. fey is visiting her aunt in LexingCLUB CONVENTION. ton. Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Pen On Thursday July, 13th memnington and children are visiting Canbers of the Pig, Poultry, relatives in Indiana. Mrs. Henry Bowman, of Mt. Vernon, was here ing and Corn Clubs of Rockbetween trains, en route home castle and some other adjoining arrived at from Berea, where she had been Uo's ot Madison Co W. Berea, Madison Co, to attend the Mrs. J. visitiug relatives. Mullins, and son, John Thomas, United Club Convention of the aie visiting relatives in Mt Ver- various counties. The members non. G S. Griffin, and little son, were accompanied with a large Burgess, spent Sunday in the number of visitors. After arriving at Berea; the C. J. Rice has Buckeye section. from a short visit in (Jin members and visitors assembled returned Misses Ella Mae and at 1:30 P. M. at the Band Staud cinnati. Marie Blanford are visiting rela- on the campus tor announcement of the program for the two tives at Parksville. John the hustling Stanford salesman, following days. After Mr. Spence, was with our merchants Tuesday. the county agent, had finished Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Browning, tlie announcements they visited, after a pleasant visit with relatives the wood works; machine shop in the west, has returned. Miss and Printing office. At 4 o'clock one met at Vocational Marie Rambo, after a months' every Chapel to hear Prof. Hudson and visit with relatives at Stanford and Mr. Taylcr give their welcome May wood, has returned home. address. A Mr. Garnett has installed a butcher shop in our town and is On Friday morning one hun ready to setve the public, but dred and two people visited the we hardly think steak has been so College Hospital; At nine oclock high since tbe cow jumped over every one returned to the Band the moon. We understand that stand to listen to - the following the grade for the pike is being program. FRIDAY JULY 14, pushed with all speed and they We told you 9:00 Welcome President Frost. doing splendid. are Miss Laurah all that business would pick up. 9:30 Response Spence. Don't we wish the pike was completed, So we could take a near 9:45 Report of Clubs, By select' shot to the Big Mt. Vernon Fair. ed members 10:15 Corn Club work, Mr. Mrs. T. C. Welch, who has been B. G. Nelson, State agent. quite sick for some time, is slowly Pig Club Work, Mr. improviug. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert 10:45 Otis Kercher, State Agent. Hayse, acd sou, Arney, who nave been in our town for a few days, 11:15 Poultry Club Work, Mr. Arthur Chapin, State Agent. returned home to . Cincinnati. I. of Cincinnati, is 11:45 Girls Clubs, Miss Aubyn T. Stewart, Chinn District Agent. spending a tew days with relatives here.ihis week. Miss Lena Clark 12:20 Dinner at College Dining Hall. after!a few days visit with rela Winchester, has returned 1:00 Automobile trip Via Berea tives in. State Experiment Field, home.. Bom to the wife of L. M. Big Hall, Bobtown, Kingsa fine boy on the 25th. Oliver, ton, Richmond, Paint Lick, Mr. and Mrs. Sara Hellard were and back to Berea. mak called to Mt. Vernon a few days ing a few stops. of the illness of ago on account Mr. Hellard's parents, Mr.and Mrs. 6:15 Supper at College Dining Hall. Later we learned S. E. Hellard that Mr. and Mrs. Hellard are FRIDAY NIGHT JULY 14. Ben Hellard Moving picture show at College much improved. Chapel. was in Mt. Vernon latter part of last week Mrs. B. H. Griffin is SAT. MORNING, JULY 15. .. -- .., very Sick at this writing, VVpil. 6:00 Breakfast at College Din we were going to ing Hall. tbe ;httle that &U blown 6:30 Boys visit College Farm, HLV4vith Mexico as Cot-tongit- ' iuuuu n. oeen very sick for some time is rms win, wno it for fighting js ba(i ()n old merit. ciomes, ana "ie'low cifzens " (we :3U. Boys visit J. R. Bauer's believe that is the term that the Farm. politician uses), isn't Wilson a 10:30 Boys and girls visit e great man? The rest of the world Garden together. in a bloody war, killing thousands 11:45 Dinner at College Dining every day, and here we are in Hall. ttaeTJnited States, enjoying peace The program was carried out and prosperity, and we don't see to a !e ter with one exception-Twany reason why we should not be of the speakers were unable the happiest and most contented to be p esent and their places people on earth. It will only be were fiiled with Competent speaka few more dajs until the big Fail ers. Mr. Spence only regreted at Mt. Vernon, August 9 10 11. that there were not enough cars will be pulled off. and from read to carry all the Club membersand ing the fair catalog, and what we visitors; although there were can gather, it promises to be the nineteen cars which were lined best fair yet, and we believe every upon Main street and took most body that can should attend their of the Club Folks. Rockcastle courity fair, for it gives us a chance Representatives were first; Jack- to meet old friends and acquain- sou second and Madison last tances, perhaps that we have not Those who were left were enter.,een for years, and it is a tained on the campus by some of home coming. We think Livings the instructors of the Club The ton will be well represented there auto trip was a successful and Girls visit Domestic Depart of the town for having lont a helping hand in making U eir visit profitable and pleasant. xii one ot Mr. Spence's talks he spoke very highly of Rockcastle being one oi the leading counties along different lines. especially agricultui-e- . Not extensive but intensive. He spoke of the fact that Rockcastle had present more representatives any other county; wnich than showed an interest. The following are their names. Lester Chasteene, Tohn Child ers, Herbert Banks. William Bal ikj ss X ireen eai burl use .. I Holt, of Rockford. Rockcastle should be very proud of these folks (and others) for it. is on the young generation.! the progress of the future deEach one of us is a leader, or will be along whatever line of work we may follow. Our leadership may be for the better or Worse; depending mostly on our ideals and ambition. If we desire to be an efficient leader; then we must take the. advantage of our Mt. Vernon and Brodhead High schools or go to Berea where we can get special training along what ever line our desired vocation may be. COVE linger, E. J. Chasteen. J. M. pends. profitable one. On Saturday an early dinner was served in order that the Club Folk? could reach the station in time for the train. At the end of the meal every place represented expressed their appreciation and thanks for the free lodging give them by the college and the healthy co operation Ballinger, Lueua Chasteen, George E. Childers, Minnie Ballinger, Lizzie McGuire, Willie tiiatt, of Johnetta, Dewy Dotson, Raymond Parsons, Jonis Coffey, Gibson Stewart, Hugh Coffey, Alva Coffey, Bernice Philips, Tea French, Allie W. Jones, Nannie B. Jones, Vesta Coffey, Beulah M. Lewis, of Wildie; Chas. Wilson, Thomas Owen, George Powel, David Calihan, Stacy S, Caudill, Evalena Caudill Emma M'. Wynn, Fannie Wilson, Rose Dal ton, Hazel D. Berry, of Conway, Nora Shepherd, Bertha Boreing, Salleuna Johnson, Deta Proctor, Fannie E. Riddle, Virgie V. Riddle, Jake Hackney, Rosco Hanna's Grees,Seal Paint will give you the longest possible wear, and it will stick to your property through the coldest and wettest weather. It is a superior paint from any stand point you look at it. It goes farther, lasts longer and looks better. Prove the quality of Hanna's . Ljoni just ! pamt ie your property "Green Sea!" it. . 0 f'K !l-- 5rf Green Seal Paint for yourself. Marguerite the little daughter of Edd Owens has typhoid fever. School began here Monday with Mr. Sam Chandler as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Jac Tredway and Mrs. Pal Moore of Terre Haute Ind. are visiting relatives here. Miss "Winnie Falin who has been attending the Eastern Kentucky State Normal returned home last week. J. G. Riddle and sister Miss Minnie of East Berustadt have been visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Riddle here. Little Miss Marguerite Falin of Louisville is with her Grand parents Mr.and Mrs.W.A. Falin. Mr.and Mrs. Sam Bryant who has been living at Harlan- town have moved back and have located at Brush Creek for awhile. The meeting conducted at this place by Elder J. L. Davis closed Sunday night with six added to the Church. One by baptism and five by relation. Bro. Davis leayes here almost broke down, with his family for his home near Quail. He and W. H. Williams of Lena, Ind., will begin a protracted meeting at Providence MdsB J H B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Kv. SfccSgDjpscDK: x:3c K n THE STEPHENS-ASHURS- T BILL Cnn 0 GnSffin 9 Hdn THE "QUALITY STORE" WHERE a MONEY a TALKS To Protect the Public Against Dishonest Advertising and False Pretenses in Merchandising introduced in Congress by Ashunt" Bill? Senator Henry F. Ashurst of Ari zona, and by Representative Dan V. Stephens of Nebraska, providing a remedy for the unfair competition of great trading monopolies. v What is the character of at " "cut Chiefly in advertising this unfair competition? n as goods a prices" means of inducing the public to buy unknown goods of doubtful quality. What is the purpose of the To use the reputation of a reliable concerns? article as a bait to catch the con- sumers, and deceive them into believing that all their goods oll'ered for sale arc sold at the same low rate of profit. Are the expenses of the Ko. Trade investigations agree that great trading monopolies the cogt of doing business by these . ., less than those of the aver- 1S approximately COnCCrnS b,S a8e retail merchant? 30 per cent, while the cost of the average small merchant is 16 per cent. How then can the pre da- They can't; they only seem to. They tory price cutters undersell sel, hi that eopje know at cogt. the independent merchant? On unfamiliar goods they overcharge. The consumer is deceived by the false representation that their mass of unknown goods is sold at the same price n articles. reduction offered on a few What is the effect of this It destroys the independent merunfair advertising practice ? chants of the towns and small cities, systems, and compels builds up great chain-stor- e and mail-ordthe sale of inferior goods by all classes of dealers. A well-knowcut-price What is the "Stephens- - bill &x3&ape8e I 1 BOOSTING v And Pullini' TWi'tlu'i' u KSgaegpif makes Our Town irrow while the " Ilaml of quality " is always pointing to" Bfj Values. Every time the second hand of the clock ticks oft' a minute something irood ioes 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, Shipsturr, Hay, Corn, Straw. Fer tilizer, American wire hence, rurmturo, Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of y$3&z & I I I I a " &' church next Sunda". well-know- er Fi-ild- s, Is price cutting in the tercst cf the public ? Xo. It means the destruqtion of the usual retail cnannelg by which goods reach the consumers to their best advantage. It forces the sale of unknown articles, often of cheap and shoddy quality, instead of reliable goods which have their maker's reputation behind them. It promotes substitution. in- - What will be the result of the general extension of The ruin of hundreds of thousands of independent merchants; the conthe practice .oushout the centration of trade in vast monopcountry ? olies located in a few great cities; a decline in prosperity and population of the villages, towns and small cities and the ultimate injury of the consumers, by placing them at the mercy of monopolies which will then be able to extort such profits as they please for the sale of such goods as they choose to handle. How will the bill aid in givBy preventing the unfair and discuting relief from goods as honest use of throat monopoly creating advertising bait, and guaranteeing methods ? a uniform price 'to all consumers. Will the bill operate in any Not at all. The bill explicitly states way to give d that its provisions shall not apply goods a monopoly? to any article that is produced or controlled by a monopoly. If any manufacturer asked higher prices than his goods were worth, the public would refuse to buy, and new makers would quickly enter the field. well-knotrade-marke- How can all who are inter- ested in the prosperity and o our vi a8e growt towns end small cities aid in having the bill passed? By writing at once to the U. S. Senators from their State, and the Congressman from their District, them to support the urging Bill, and use their influence in its favor. -- amea KraiBEfi RESOLUTIONS. Livingston Council No. 167. Juniou Order United American Mechanics. DON'T FOllGET THE PLACE. pause in our daily battle of We f life, with its many trials, tribu lations, joys and sorrows, to drop a tear for and pay our respects to &f our departed orotner, James Henry Clark, who gently passed acfcpee&oGfc jBtj & over to the other side on Thurs sfS E day Evening June, the 22nd. i9i6., He was 3g years old and had only been in our circle since March 18th. I9I6. Therefore be it Resolved, that in his death the Council has lost a faithful, true & and loyal brother, tbe community a kind neighbor, his companion a Prescriptions filled by an" expertrue faithful and loving husband, and his three children a loving, ienced your business kind and Christian father. Resolved, that we know none but those who have sat in the Don forget to ask us about our shadow of such a great bereavement can justly weigh such a sorrow as this; those who have stood by the side of loved ones, as hope after hope dropped away, as the pedals fall from a fading flower, know that such anguish connot find solace in our tenderest words. Resolved that we bow to the will of an unerring God, aud since our brother cannot come back to us, we, through the merits of Christ, can go to him Ky, and clasp anew the hand of friendship and brotherly love in aaaHaHaBHui the celestial garden in the border land, where the flowers of love mhtTX and friendship are ever abloom, mms in eternal light, and bathed nourished by the waters of life that flows from under the throne of God; be it further Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family ot our The Great Ship "SEEANDBEE' LJet-asfe- Odeceased brother, a copy spread The largest and most costly steamer on any inland water of the world. Sleeping accommoJa- - .&) uons jot uvj passengers. upou the records of our Council, "CITY OF ERIE" 3 Magnificent Steamen "CITY OF BUFFALO BETWEEN .and a copy be printed in tbe CLEVELAND-Dail- y, May 1st to Nov. 0bunty paper, The Mount Ver8:00 P.M. Leave Cleveland Leave Buffalo P.M. - 6:30A.M. :30A.M. Arrive Buffalo Arrive Cleveland non Signal. (Central Standard Time) CosaeetKms at Buffalo for Niagara Falls and all Eastern and Canadiaa points. Railroad tick July, 21st I9I6. U reading between Cleveland and Bnffalo are good for transportatioa oa us steamers. Ask yoor ticket agent for tickets via C. & B. Line. W. Murphy. Geo. Beautifully aolored sectional punls chart, showing both exterior asd interior of The Great ? 8hlp "SEEANDBEE"' sent on receipt of five eenta to cover postage and nraiKng. Alaoaak "' tur wiyfiB picwrii mm iicjcnpvtTg uwufiine. Lee. Mullins. if f Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you have to buy, M H j! GEO. S. GRIFFIN & SON $ Livingston Kentucky PURE DRUGS FRESH We want Your man Kodaks Kodaks R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, fc FARE $5 r m .? DAILY BETWEEN CLEVELAND & 15th-BUFFA- LO I 3 rf j:tix .' s "i TTr -- . WHriPomler. i -- THE CLEVELAND St BUFFALO THAHSiT CO.. ClwaliaJ, OLia Jt s:. - ii" . . . Jh o m 1 L - v ' - .VV, , 1: aprTyraBayi rjL u Mi. Kentucky will He s D D various counties A D ' "l'r' navaS spent t two or three raately $100,000 fromget approxi tte F e'al trfoalc in r'anorlri irlitrr "liin taking much interest in the work Government Good Roads Kind MissCl3Tde Watson leaves and other states Mr. u host nut is Friday, July 28, 19 16 of the State Tax CiimniHSion and during the fiscal year ending for Cincinnati, where she will very popular hero, and wf join Iiqs made many vnluaWo sugges"ourier louroal spend a few weeks taking a spefriends in wishing him a Jul 1, iqi7 Published every Friday by tions to that body, a number of In the apportionment of the cial course in Obseivation and successful married life. The which, no doub will be embodied EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. other normal work. It is said B rod head Commercal Club offers above atnoimt among Kentucky in the Commission's report, which i that is expected tli.it when a useful man is called ,a $5.00 gold piece to the road over counties $I.O will be made to the next legis- 1 UBSCRIPTION ONK YKA.R iitu tne htage ot action mat 111s seer completing his sectiou of Rockcastle will come in for $10,-00- 0 lature when a revision of Ken a year for next five years. place is soon filled by another and road by August 20th. and showing Advertising rates maue knoun on tucky's tax laws is expected to be the world moves on ju.st the the be-- t improved It will br- - remembered that The de 10a 1. made. application same Since our Livingston friend cision is to be made by our Mag in January. 1913, when the proClark county's experience in h his ability as a Poet, istiate and a committee of two i. ot of Boone Way was or The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has been donations lo railroads and otln r ts shown in rise for over SO years, lias borne the signature ot much lamented, James Whit-com- men who are not inte.ested i ganized by the Commercial Club the MEMBER OF entei prises has been somewhat ana nas been mado under his per-- y Riley, the great p:et of these roads. We understand tha' of tt.e little old town of Mt Ver KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION different to that of Green and sonal supervision since its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Kentnclcycommunities. Ameiica, will be missed only a this offer includes any road with non, Ky., and put in a plea to consome other " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-go.vill suc- in three miles of this city. This gress for aid in the movement. up to date short time and our fiiend. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health, of Her contributions Infants and Children experience against Experiment. have amounted to more . than ceed him, and judging from the is a small inducement to the over- Our good old friends the Cour poetical display he made a few seer, bur ihe tact that he must journal, The Times and Post sent $1,000,000 all of which has been will surpass anything work his road any way, and i, of up a howl bordeiing on frenzy,) more than repnid in enhanced land weeks ago, accomplished by the dead pod. course, interested in making tin condemning th- - temerity of thei values, etc. It is said Clark's sysCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareMrs. A. B. Potorf is visiting best road he can, this $5.00 will mountaineers lor even broaching' goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It tem of highways is as good or betcontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic OUR BOONEWAYMAN ter than any other in the common- in Winchester this week. The help out considerably, and will, we such a proposition, sajing they substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it wealth, and from observation, the Executive Board of Rockcastle hope, be sm incentive to better were against it "on piinciple." In Winchester will meet with the road budding. Joe Riddle and A The mountaineers believed they lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, led to believe the claim is Association writer is Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Winchester and Clark Baptist church here Saturday af B Potorf wore in Berea, Rich were right and that "truth is justified. Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, By JAMKS lMAKET, " assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. county has a goodly number ot tern 0011, July 29th A number of mond, Lancaster and Crab Or mighty and (justice) wU The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend will be made by Revs. chard, Tuesday, ma king the round Mt Veruou has been jusWinchester has put one o.Ter live wires" working for advance- addresses Gooch, Joues, Thornton and oth- - on Joe's motorcycle. Mrs I. R. tified in her belief and work, and on Lexington in securing the ment in all lines of endeavor. Its ers Saturday evening 8 o'clock Storm, who has been sick for sev-th- e has long since forgiven these exGENUINE ALWAYS we find opening of the Democratic cam- a great and good people Rev. E. B. Thornton will eral weeks, is no better. Dr. M. cellent journals on accouut of paign in the early part of Septem-temb- here and there is no place, except Bears the Signature of All day Sunday will be Pennington was here Tuesday on valiant service since rendered in when many thousands of good old Mt. Vernon, in which we preach, unterrified will assemble in the would rather spend our remaining given to Sunday School work. A his leturn from a visit to Uncle our great cause of good roads number of talented speakers and! Tom Tate in the Hiatt Section, Three cheers for Mt. Vernon's Clark- county caphol from all davs. enthusiastic worker., will be pres- - Mr. Tate has been quite sick lor Commercial Ulub, some more parts of the state Not only will The writer is engaged in road inMr. and for the newspapers who aided in there be present speakers of spection work on the Winchester ent. and each school will have the past few weeks. their choir with them which in- Mrs Ollie Pritchett, of Stanford, the work and everyone who! nation wide reputation but it is Paris pike, which is on one divis plenty of good singing. were visiting relatives in the Hiatt boosted, and some few for our expected that President Wilson ion of Boone Way, which will he sures public is invited to attend section during the week. Miss own Boone Way Maret, who will be on hands, stopping off on routed on from Boonesboro to ,The a dispute Mae Oummins was in Mt. Vernon, never surrendered in the fight these meetings.-- In Th Kind You Have Always Bought his return from Hodgensville Chillicothe, Ohio, via Winchester, over the possession of a letter at Tuesday, between trains, THE CENTAUR COMPANV. NEW YORK CITV. Prof, lor the great highway. where he goes to attend the ded- Paris, Carlisle and Maysville to ication of the Lincoln Farm and to the point on the Scioto, where the Gum Sulphur post office last j. L. pilkenton is in receipt of a SHERIFF'S SALE. McHenryj accept the same in beholf of Boone was twice taken a captive Friday, between Em mett Taylor, etter from tne a clerk in the p.st office, and Edd Rhoades, State High School Sup- Ry virtue of execution No. 516 theGovermnant Big preparations by the Indians Pruitt, a patron of the office, Tay- - ervisor, stating that he has directed to me, which issued' are already on foot for the enterIt is probable that the Mahan lb tainment of the expected thous Grocery Co. will make use of lor received a daugerous cut recommended that Brodhead High from the Clerk's offiice of the 18 iB ands. Bureoo and Barbecued Scobee's big tobacco warehouse across the throat, se.eringa small School course of study be made a Rockcastle Circuit Court, iu favor SLJIo-o-o- o-oMrs of Bank of Mt. Vernon, against meats from many heads ot, until the comoletion of their new artery and requiring some half first class High School. dozen stitches to close up the Walter Robins, and little daughter, Albert Allen. I, or oue of my fat cattle and sheep will be in ev- - building. gash. He was attended by W. Jb Inez, are with her brother, Sim deputies, will on the 4th day cf Idence at the Clark countv fair The Boosters' excursion into grounds where there is plenty of the mountains, the meeting of the Carter, and is getting along nice-- Davis and family, in Lancaster, August 1916, between the hours IM Lopan Rrvant. tho of 10 o'clock a.m. and 2 o'ckcK week. elbow room. It will prove one Democratic Campaign opening ly. Pruitt came to town as Quick-.thi- s " "o of the big days in the county's promoters, the Clark county fair ly as possible, and surrendered Mt, Vernon Ford agent, was heiej p.m. at or near the residence of himself to Marshall Owens, who during the week talking Ford. j Albert Allen in Rockcastle history. and other important events take The Mahan Grocery Company place during the week. There's guarded him until Monday, when Dr. and Mrs. G.M. Frith, of Madi County. Kentucky, expose at has purchased a lot in Winchester something doing all the time, in- Judge G. M. Ballard came down sonville, Tenn., are with his par public sale to the highest bidder, The standing of a Bank is deterand will erect a $2o.coo brick cluding the pushing of good roads and heard arguments for a bond ents, Mr. and Mrs J. G. Frith, the following piece of property, mined by the law under which it operby County Attorney E. R. Gen-- I this week. The Doctor is attend or so much thereof as may be ates, and by the ability and character structure for handling a wholesale State Koad Inspector, C. C. try and) Judge L. VV. Bethurum ing the National Association of necessary to satisfy the amount of its management. business and distributing point Crabb, of Eminence, who has being released on a bond of Dentists in Louisville also. Mr of Plaintiff's debt, interest and The conservative methods of this for the various bouses of the Jell-:c- o been lookiug alter Rockcastle Pruitt Bank, its record of 15 years of suc50 for his appearance here Aug and Mrs. L. M. Brown, of Mem cost, to wit: Giocery Company Mr. A. roads, will be engaged for the next cessful banking, and the courteous Oue saw mill, consisting of ust 4th, when his examining trial phis, Tenn., are spending the B. Maban, of Jellico will manage five weeks visiting various portreatment extended to all, are its best will take place. week with her parents, Mr and Engine, Boiler, Saw Rig, Carthe business here. recom mendations. tions of the State in the interest and Mrs riage, Saws, Belts and all the L. & N. Engine No. 42 now of the meeting of the Southern Richard E. Albright went to Mrs. J G. Frith. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, pulling passenger trains between Appalachian Good Roads Associa- Louisville, Saturday, and pur W. J. Owens are rejoicing over appurtenances thereto belonging; Maysville and Stanford, was used tion, which A and one planing mill, cousisttakes place at Lexing- chased a Ford touring car, re the arrival of a baby boy. of Vernon for hauling rails, ties and supplies ton, September 5th to 8th, which turning that afternoon Dick nnmber from here will attend tl e ing of edger, rollers, and all the for tbe extension of the railroad will he attended by large delega-gatioc- s seems right at home in his car, Rockcastle MT. VERNON, KY. County Christian appurtenances to the samebelong w ra and one Grist mill, consisting of from Crab Orchard to Mt. Vernon trom the seven states com and the boys say he has been haul Sunday School Convention at Wil and from Richmond Junction to posing the organization. ing hay from his farm all this die, Sunday. Born to the wife of French burrs, and all the appur- H Richmond in 18G8, forty eight veek, though we are not sure he R. S. Shivel, a girl baby, the first tenances to the same belonging. from every important Amount of money to be made, m O years ago. The writer, when a road association between Maine, uses his Ford for this purpose. of the week. pa $972 i 7, with 6 per cent interest m ffl boj, had many rides on this old California and Florida will be on Mrs Robins, who underwent an from the 26th day of Jan. 1615. timer which, until last Friday, hands. Everv effort is being out operation at St. Joseph's Infirm- SHOULD SLOAN'S LINIMENT and cost. Levied upon as the he had not seen for nearly half a forth, Lexingtonian's and all Ken- ary four weeks ago todav, return GO ALONG? century. In its early days this tucky highway boosters, including ed home Thursday night of last 01 course it should! For after a property of Albert Alleu. Terms: Sale will be made on a old locomotive sported many Commissioner ol Public Roads, week, and is getting along nicoly. strenuous day wheu your muscles c edit of six months; loud with bright brass trimmings vs was the Rodman Wiley, to make this the Prof. Walter Evans, who taught have been exercised to the limit approved security requited beardays. It is said largest and most successful, and in the Graded School here last an application custom in those of Sloan's Liniment ing interest at the rate of six per this is the first loroinotive that far reaching in its influence, of terra, was here over Sunday, leav- will take the soreness and stiffness cent, per annum from day of entered Mt. Vernon. auy good roads meeting ever held ing Monday for Washington,D.C, away and get you in fine condition sale, and having the force and About the first Kentucky good within the borders of old Ken- where he has a position as clerk in for the morrow. You should also roads law was originated and tucky. the Civil Service Department use it for a sudden attack of tooth- effect of a judgment. This 21st day of July, 1916. passed by Col. G. G. Stuart, of In the meeting at Bluetield, W. there. Mr. and Mis. J. W. Tate, ache. Stiff neckt backache, stings, Cam Mullins, Sheriff R. C. this place, when he was a mem- Va.f last fall, Mr. C C. Crabb, of and daughter, Miss Miranda, mo- bites and the many accidents that ber of tha Legislature, many Eminence, a born fighter for his tored to Lancaster, Sunday after- are AND CONSTIPATION incidental to a vacation. "We years ago, It provides that state, landed, single-handethe noon, and spent a few hours would as soon leave our baggage INDIGESTION. W where a neighborhood or section convention, for Lexington for Quite a number from here at as go on a have used Chamberlain's vacation or camp out "I of a county furnisht a certain 1916, when a number of other tended the Children's Day exerwithout Sloan's Liniment." Tablets and must say they are the portion ot the expense for the states were hotly contending lor cises at Ottawa, Suuday. The Writes one vacationist: We use it best I have ever used for consti- OUR STOCK is more complete than ever. Our construction of a turnpike, the the coveted honor and privilege. Rev. A. J. Pike held regular serbusiness has doubled in volume in the past six tor everything from cramps to pation and indigestion. My wife county should pay the remainder. Mr. Crabb has been and continues vices at the Baptist church, SunOur Goods and Prices please others months. toothache." Put a bottle in your also used them for indigestion and Thousands of miles were con to be a big figure in the good day morniug and evening. Mr. bag, be prepared and have no they did her good," writes Eugene and will please you. structed in the state under this roads movement. and Mrs. Walter Smith, of Grab regrets S. Knight, Wilmington N. C. law. The Colonel was also the Chamberlain's Tablets are mild En route hers Sunday we met Orchard, spent several days here prime moyer in putting the Ken and gentle in their action. Give of the S.gnal at Liv- this week, the guests of her parthem a trial. You are certain to tucky central railroad over the that reporter FOR FLETCHER'S ingston on the hustle as usual ents, Mr. and Mrs f. M. Owens. be pleased with the agreeable lax route from Paris to Livingston He said Frank Brooks was here from CHAS. L. DAVIS, Proprietor Phono 87 he and the Brodhead man ative effect which they produce. instead of from Lexington, which Crab Orchard during the week, Ohtaianable everywhere had buried the hatchet. Some one city naturally thought the extenon the depot platform remarked looking after some privileges at sion would be made from that Will was paying frequent vis- the coming fair. J. L. Pilkenton point and sat still while Win that TO THE PUBLIC. its to the tomahawk's grave and was m Mt. Vernon, Monday, on X Poultry Chester got busy and landed the Poultry Miss Judith McCall "I eave been using Chamber-Iain'- s was liable some dark night to dig business. prize along with others making JUSB the past for indigetion was here Saturday after spending Conover ,y' Ship us your Poultry and receive six months, and the city one of the state's railroad up and resurrect that formidable several weeks with her parents, it affords me , r It rnViTffiSlr',T"'gffl r r 'Vfco ViicrliQct. nvif-otirl Tirntnnf. rpt.ntTi'a Indian weapon That live repleasure to say 1 have never used centers. Colonel Stuart is one of porter is a scrapper trom Scrap Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCall, at remedy that did me so much MT. VERNON, KY the best posted men in Kentucky town on Mr. and Mrs. I. B. the head waters of Fight-i- n Maretburg. Illio, C. E. Riley, good." Fron tRooms over Baker' tore history as wel' as its geography Creek and it wont do to pro- Chestnut, of Williamson, W.Va, N Y. Chamberlain's Tablets ara WHOLESALE Phone 49-fe He knows the county seat of every jec' with him if one wishes to pro were in the Hiatt section this obtainable everywhere COMMISSION MERCHANTS iS3MKyasssar'. vs "county, the names of all the prin- serve a whole skin. We've been week with his father and brother. L'ir--l One experience showed there. 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, 0. ,6saawBast-'S2;,HS5r- " cipal streams and many of the Mr. Chestnut recently married a us "where to get off at" and we 7 Tics'ar smaller ones and the geological gladly alighted, tho somewhat dis- girl iu Detroit, Mich., and stopped FOR FLETCHER'S WR FLETCHER formations, the nature of the soils figured and out of the ring. over here on their return brie al VEKNON SIGNAL ot ODHF hi-ma- ny Children Cry for Fletcher's - I b 1 od What is CASTORIA pro-vail.- I er J - I (M. CASTORIA o In Use For Over 30 Years . ! m' i 1 I I I I Clean, Strong and Safe j --- Mr. The Bank Mt. J Reire-sentatio- ns mm jtfooo O-O- i $ I A COMPLETE LINE OF School Books SCHOOL SUPPLIES Give & 1 d, Booster Tickets .Miaren Cry STORIi Pioneer Drug Store mmoH fr JIi 1 o PH Dentist S. 38313X33CC - HouchensBros. Mrs. $ .J-JSt- Children Ory 31K3KC3638Q3C Qfc&dr.efi Or CASTORIA 9-10-11,- eASTORlAi COME AND BRING THE CHILDREN TO THE BIG MT. VERNON PAIR, AUGUST Big Line of Lad Admitted Free First Day 1916 Attractions for Everyone. -- . v4- " . 3 Big Days and Big Nights The Biggest THAT Remember mtKmmam FORD mamtmtmmmmm A -- and Come Every Day Fair in Years 3- . . t.- -v . . it!. - MT. VERNON SIGNALI f Mt. Vernon Ky July 28, 1916 Vy V J King's New Lite fills. take one or two rrz glad to T you l Bu' a Dox We would be have 'puis In the morning C 11 and see us; our prices are that stuffedj dull feeling is gone free. T. J. Pennington, West Main i and you feel hetter at once. 25c. Street. i Half Sick Persons See Li at vonr driicroisr. From Big stock of clothing at low I Viewpoint of PessHnot. ARE YOU A BOOSTER ? Louisvillc & Nashville R R.co. prices to select from, Come and The condition of a man's health If one of your citizens is startlet us show you, T ME TABLE. always effects to a marked exSutton & McBee. ing a new enterprise you are goiug tent his mental attitude toward 22 norm pm to . Wanted: a boy or youne ....give him all the encouragement life in general. 3:5G a m 21 north e ;uu tau, iur yuu ,kiiuw wnai sucn This fact is so universally ad23 south n:44 a to lauy 10 learn cue printing trade, a encouragement, or lack of it, meant good place for any one who wants to you mitted that columns in the news21 South ....1 12:13 a m when you were getting TO lpavn flip hllSinPsc- - ic nnr afrni1 papers are devoted to "Dyspepsia your own start, Ias. Landrum, Agent. of work and has the sticking Philosophy," and of all ailments Phone No. 8. If your town and county ofhcials qualities Apply at tlis ofhee. L good men are and domg tae SqUare it is safe to assert that stomach Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice The new platform at depot will thing you are going to stand by diseases work more havoc with mail matter. as second-clas- s human machinery than all other soon be rinisht. Now, if visitors them and help keep the.n in disorders combined. and others who go to station "to office. Ic they are not the right PERSONAL Of all the ills, chronic dyspepsia let trains by," will just stand on sort, you are goiug to get them is probably the most common. Ralph Griffin is visiting in the back portion of platform or back out and see to it they are kept out. Wildie section this week. against depot out ot way of passen If you are a young man you are Its causes, characterization, and are many. Skilled Herbert Cox is taking in the ger getting on and off trains it going to start a savings account iu results specialists have been unable to will greatly facilitate matters. your local bank, because you will Winchester Pair this week. code with this almost universal George Barron and family were It has been suggested that the realize that in the business world malady. However, old Mother here this week from Harlan name of Richmond Street be thrift lies at the very foundation of Nature, who. after- - all, fs the County. changed to 'Boone Avenue." a successful business career, and ideal physician, in combination Mr. and Mrs. Luthur Hamlin of This is the appropriate thing to do no one 03 earth can help you so with skill in chemistry, has comJackson Co. are here with their and it is believed the Town Board much as vour local hanker it" he pounded in her inexhaustable parents will be askt to take the matter up has confideuce iu your ability and laboratory a marvelous remedy in your honesty. Charley Dailv is reported better and pass an ordinance to fiat ef kith for this trouble. If you are in business you will but very weak and still a very fect at its next meeting. It would be almost impossible deposit your uiouey in your town sick man. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE bauk rather than in a distant citi- to describe the sufferings that this MrsE S. Albright and children Notice is hereby given to all bank, because then it .wifl be used dread disease has brought to man spent Monday and Tuesday in persons having claims against the in financing and upbuilding kind. The most common sytr-tom- s local Louisville are pains in the stomach estate of Sarah M. Keller, to enterprises that will be right under Master Jack Crawford is spe nd please file same at my office at your eye, and you will want to a dull, heavy, bloated feeling, loss the week with his cousin Henry the address given below, and all boost your local banks, because of appetite, headaches, nauseau, persons indebted to the estate of you know the best thermometer dizziness, coated tongue, fitful Crawford near Brodhead. Mrs O. D Brock and liitle the above named decedent will of a community's commercial sleep, loss of energy, nervousness dauffhier Virginia, have been with please call and settle said debts. prosperity is shown in the monthly aud melancholia. Tanlac, the great reconstructH.J. McClure, Administrator, bank statements. relatives here for the past week Mt. Vernon, Ky. If the head of your public school ive tonic, appetizer and builder Jamie Thompson has gone to worn-ou- t tissues, comoounded An article by Prof. Pilkenton is conscientiously endeavoring to out New York City where he has a years of study, was designed Educational Campaign mould the character as well as after position with au automobile com-an- entitled. 10 check this distressing condi should have appeared in this issue tiam the mind of the boys and tion. Its purposes are to restore Miss Blanche Crawford has re but by reason of a mishap in the girls of jour town, you are going a healthy, normal appetite, good, turned home from a most enjoy- office, it was impossible to get to let him know you are his friend; sound restful sleep, end nervousable visit with Mrs. C. H. Huff the article in this issue. It will will see to it that his compensa- ness, revive lost energy in short, appear next week and we ask our tion is sufficient to enable him to man of Paris. to restore the stomach to the live decently, aud that he gets it Mrs. T. W. Parks of Hatrison-vill- e readers to keep a lookout, and es habit of doing a full day's work wuen due. Missouri and Mrs W W. pecially the teachers of the county and doing it efficiently. You are going to inspect the Bush of Berea are visiting thier and those who have volunteered This Master Medicine is comfor the Moonlight School. Cam school house occasionally, even sister Mrs. W. T. Crawford. posed enrirely of roots, herbs, paigu which starts in September though you are not ou the school R. G. Wilmott writes for the ilowets and barks gathered from The Clean Up at the Mt. Ver- board, and if you find it unsan- the remote corners of the earth Signal to be changed to Indianapitary you aregoiug "to make howl" olis, care of the Altenburg Hotel, non Pair Grounds yesterday was because the health your and is compounded today under of children not as largely attended as should where he will be located for a every other parent's child- the personal direction of Joseph have been however the few faith and of Von Trimback, the chemist who while. ful ones who did show up cleaned ren is being jeopardized. If the created the Tanlac formula. Last Sunday was Mt. Vernon accommodations are uot amply Thousands of men and women day at High Bridge. Aparty of up quite a bit. Now in order to sufficient, some children are being give those stockholders wno were who have found relief from their about twenty five motored there urevented from getting an educareturning by the way of Lexing- too busy or feared the hot Sun a tion, and you are goiug to be their sufferings through the Tanlac chance to helpsome, so next Wedtreatment are daily acknowledgton that night. nesday has been set aside as champion and fight for the needed ing their gratitude for this improvements, eveu alhough you Mrs. C. C. Williams and daugh Final Clean up day. If you were wonderful reconstructive tonu. West, were in Louisville uot ter Mrs. there yesterday conle next know it will take an extra dollar or Tanlac is being specially introshopping Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday and help put things in two out of your pocket for taxes. duced in Mt. Vernon at R. H. Mrs. West went to Somerset for a order for the You are going to see to it that biggest Fair Mt months visit. every boy in your town, rich or Miller, also at Central Drug Vernon has ever had. Livingston, and John poor, is g:ven a fair, square chance Co , Mrs. Thos. Coultin of New Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead Our present town board of trus- to become a decent raau aud a use- W. M Owens' store, Burr, Liue York City and Mrs. J. T. Johns tees is beyond any question one ful citizen. Eighty-fiv- e ton of Pittsburg, Pa. are visiting per cent Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. their sister, Mrs. Anne Miller of the best, if not the best board of the prisoners in your county Welch Berea: J. Reynolds and and nephew Walter H. Mil- the town has ever had. The busi jail are illiterate. It is cheaper to Son, Bee Lick. nesslike way in which they have give a boy a good education and ler. and are now handling the affairs of start him on the road to decency Miss Amy Proctor who has so FOR FLETCHER'S faithfully and efficiently served the town, should be very gratify- and success than to allow him to as assistant postmaster for the ing to the taxpayers The present remain an illiterate, become a board has done more work on the criminal and execute htm for his last year, resigned yesterday on account of her health. Richard streets, payed more on the indebt- crime Cox will take her place. He went edness of the town and have more to work yesterday morning and funds for improvements than ever Wanted:- - If you have any Inin him the patrons of the Mt before. We certainly have every dian relics such as stone pipes, Vernon office may expect to find reason to be satisfied with our large flint spears, grooved axes, pots and bowls, shell beads, etc., a courteous and obliging servant. present bunch of city dads. found iu caves, graves and old Davis Thompson : Mr. Clay Tnompson, son of Mr. J. L. fields. Write to W. L. Griffin, LOCAL Thompson, of the West sidtr, and Somerset, Ky., and get his prices UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER on them. The big sale continues at Miss Emma Davis, daughter of & McBee'e. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davis, were For Sale:- - Two nice bird All kinds of low cut shoes at married yesterday at the resi pups, b months old, good stock. dence of Rev. H. T. Young, the low cut prices. J. H, Livingston, & McBee. officiating clergyman. Onlv a few Sutton Stanford Ky. close friends aud relatives wft Lots of Palm Beach Suits for REWARD. nessed the ceremony. Immedi men and women, at low prices, Rockcastle County will pay ately after Sutton & McBee. py couple, the ceremony, the hap- $100. reward for the arrest and accompanied by Miss Somebody gets $10.00 for the Ethel Davis and Chas. L. Davis, cenviction of John Martin who Browning. biggest wagon load of people sister and brother of the bride, murdered Parker The Governor has been ask to brought to the Mt. Vernon Fair, left for Crab Oichard Springs, double this amount. Thursday, August 10th. where they will spend a few days. G. M. Ballard, J. R. C. C. Wanted at Once : Five hun- The Signal joins their many Aug dred customers, a bargain lor friends in hearty congratulations. everyone. T. J. Pennington.Grif-fi- n Our Boone Way man is in re- BILLIOUSNESS AND Building, West Main. STOMACH TROUBLE ceipt of a splendid photograph, "Two years ago I suffered from W Get Our Prices and U Hon. Nat Sewell, State Inspect- from his friend, Charles T. Hig-ginWill Get Your Q one of Richmond's live wires, frequent attacks of stomach trouor, and his assistant, Mr. Nat Elble and biliousness," writes Miss Trade liott, are here today inspecting of the monument and statue of Capt. James Estell, the pioneer Emma Verbryke, Lima Ohio. "I the books of the county officials. could eat very, little food that and Indian fighter. For Sale:- - House and lot on ial was erected near The memor- agreed with me and I became so 30 years ago Main street in Mt. Vernon. Call by the descendants of the hero. dizzy and sick at my stomach at or address S. H. Martin, Mt. VerThe memorial is located toward times that I had to take hold --of non, or Mrs. Harry Jones, Lonthe south eastern portion of the something to keep from falling. don Kv. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets cemetery. Prominently across The regular local leaving fiv face of the monument appears the advertised I decided to try them. this ingston about 5.45 A. M. and will inscription, "Honor the I improved rapidly." Obtaincarry passangers to the Mt Ver- Captain Estell was slain Brave." able everywhere. in battle non Pair returning about 4 P. M. with Wyandotte Indians on the every .day of the Fair Aug. 0 die now occupied by the city of Pkiie52MT4VERN0N,kY. FOR FLETCHER'S & zl. Mt. Sterling, in March, 1780. 79 cip "Ho. 79" wnen wun to Communl cate with SIGNAL , xj We suaramee our gotis aud LOOK GOOD-FE- EL GOOD prices to be right. T. J. Petiniug- - No oue can either feel good or ton, Wf st Main Street Meichant. look good while suffering trom Get rid of that You can buy a L,adie s Hat at constipation. tired lifeless, feeling bv a treat- any price at, Whole outlook SutTon ri & MCJEE. ,uem ot UT- - determined by to-da- y, ",thyJjFBP3 & to-nig- health state riifegv.wisfss? i&sgxr&mim mzmfiiJfi? j. z2j'rzr H- E?a .Jkvi U.A. f3S. RJjlllllllllplj r ,.V y: 'A .,. J- - d. --'K-, l TrJS. Vsl- Z. " .-- .. . u &z&mmf$ 17 1 i, R r. rs - . T.M't , Wm S -- y7 . vay " AZ?W eS?"-:L- f r - fsc Bl Hi 5-- 1 Wool-Wool-- All r ,.-.-..- .- Wool , Every inch of cloth used by the well known gentleman's tailors, J. L. Taylor & Co. of New York and Chicago is guaranteed to be absolutely pure wool only. :: :: :: Not one inch of cotton will you fmd in iheii? new ALL WOOL BOOK of Style and Fabric, And this season the prices are as low as If you want real serviceable high ever. quality Clothes at a very moderate price, you can't do better than pin your faith to the old reliable, TAYL 0 Sly 3 LET US MEASURE YOU TODAY sf?lsl?32fe Jar y. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES KHSZX2; 1 ssisas The Test of Ime as ven ne Appro va , 'O begin with the FORD Car was made riijlit and sold rich-- the genius (if Henry Ford did it. His vision was into the future, not the "While other mannfactuiers are discarding the models present they declared perfect one year for a car of eveu more boasted merits the next, the Ford Company continues to make the "Model T," For seven years they have made but one car, made it to such a degree of perfection that changes have not been necessary. Over one half of the automobiles are Fords and all Ford Chassis are exactly alike. The other half are made by by some 180 different companies, each company makinjr two or three differeut models and changing those each year. This being the case it will readily be seen why Ford repairs can be so easily a id 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. Children Cry OASTO RIA J. C. McCLARY B Runabout $390 F. O. B. Detroit Touring Car $440 BRYANT BROS., Agents OTV. RffyYTtM'''7" It Always Helps STANFORD.KY. 6' "HI , .says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in She says further: "Before I 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 bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give tonic. LIBER BUILDING MATERIAL 0 20-19- 16. g MILL WORK g SWe s, The Woman's Tordc Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly 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. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Proctor & McKenzie 2XE23Z2XZ Get a Bottle Today! 1M 9-1- "" - Children Cry C.A S.TiO.R I A j?S Children O FLETCHER'.: FOR mSo k Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR 3f ar ;- -. ...- - - - V ? fcsS53Kae - .w tttt ,Mf lr TM.I to r, rti,W1 Fl..-l,...,,, luia iui in is a uicciv if you don't hear from me again, 44o.ooo.ooo pounds, which if real' Theological Seminary in JG05, 1 iiuuaca. OPEN LETTER. farm,-- running to the hilltops, you will know that I am "some ized will be the largest in tin had six children in school in Louis Washington, D. C, with some workable, coal in the where in God's country, preach- State for many year. But in any ville. Juno 30, 1910. hill-- -: t Also has a io" uci'e orchard ing aud practicing for the cauyo. event the value of the corn crop I ant asking you for your vote "i Hon. J. B. McKeehan, set .nil this spring, consisting of I violate no secret when I say will be at least double tlmt of to for this important office. I am about 500 Stay man Winesapap-pU'- S Williamsburg, Ky. your efforts at, Chicago were not bacco. mindful of the importance and the My Dear Sir: and Sou Elberta peaches, if only commendable to those who Kentucky last year harvested a dignity belonging thereto, and if It wis with a feeling of great were there for reunion of the fac hay crop of 1.225,000 tons wirh an elected, as I wilt be, I promise all aie true to name, with a guar to pleasure to see the announcement lions, and your Needs aicleanjbank, a strong bank, a amy from the company to prune self effacement estimate farm value on Dec. 1 last measure up to the hih standard and spray for 3 years. Holes 01 our candidacy in ihu papers will never be forgotten. year of $15,312,000. This was that should be set for this office. Week progressive bank the with a dynamited for trees and this ueie It is not only puzzling, but the largest emp in several years I know nothing but hard work. First permit me to congratulate great care taken in setting the or niystifiying i those who were The forecast as of July 1 last isfor I come from one of the largest hundred cannot afford to do business you for your willingness to sac chard. Also about 6 acres of for reuion of the factions aneven larger crop this year. The families in the Eleventh District, rifit e jour personal ambitions and there with any other kind. Peoples other orchard on this farm. This and your self effacement wil condition of pastures is 96 per all of whom are strong Republidevote your whole time and is the farm for the stockman; a never be forgotten. cent., or practically perlect, where cans, having stood by the old is seeking OUT business and is pre labor in the interests of our grand good farm and well watered and lb is not only puzzling but mys- as the conditions a year ajro was party since the days of Abraham The Republican only a few ears to wait tor a old party. tifying to those who were en the only 84 per cent. pared to care for it. Lincoln. party, too, is to be congratulated young fortune from growing fruit "inssde" and who thought they It may be added thatagicultural My opponent. Mr. m having in its rank such ster Caleb v ere entitled to a little credit for conditions of the State are better Farm No. s or ss8 acres ad ling material Powers, has been in office since a that has always bringing orders out of chaos, to INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS joining farm No 4, with one good been than for Several jears, due to the boy, having been elected for back-bon- e the and life ot the learn that you were the nvm of goop crops of last year and the eight years Superintendent dwelling house, barn and store of organization. the hour, and through whose able good prices obtained. Farms have Public Schools of Knox honse; 4 tenant houses and barns, County Throughout the length and efforts and giaut intellect the been restocked wi'h cattle, hogs good orchard; known to be as elected Seer tary of State, and breadth of our great, grand United Republican Party is now and sheep. As far back as Jan. 1 having now been in Congress good if not the best stand for mer country sucn men as you have a fact. chandise in the county. Also has this year there were' 1.709,000 three different terms, I want to been the party's mainstay and The nation and the people owe head of h"gs in Kentucky, as say that if we are to a good coal miue. set this helped to achieve victory. Ah! iarm jo o or zou acres, 2 the mn knows notwhat defeat is. you a debt of gratitude that shall compared with 1,082,000 on Jan. 1 precedent before the rising young miles west of farm No. n; gocd The man who knows no fear fears never be forgotton, and the day i9 15, and 1,007 000 on Jan. 1 19i4 men of the Eleventh District u valley farm, in good state of cul no odds, toils, sacrifices for his may not be far distint when the while the number of cattle on Jan. keep one man in office all bis life, nation will again have at its head, 1 this year was 5?o o o, as com- it certainly is not an tivation; good house and barn; party and his fellow-men- , 2Z1Z3 FATS SsSa incentive to is ever 1 good tenant house; riadytosave his country, and another of those great men. whose pared with 543,000 on Jan. 1 1913 set this precedent before the ris 1 about i?o acres cleared and the put all else aside, and answer star first shone ou a louely little and 527,000 on Jan 1 19 14. ing young mer of the Eleventh log cabin at the head of Meadow balance in woodland. District who are well qualified to ''here" when the roll is called. Our line of Couch Casket CA1ARRH CANNOT BE Creek. press on to higher things. town lots in Bethurum & Lew3 The man who is willing to do CURED is u u ex eel W With all g od wishes for the Neither is it encouraging for our is Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. or die, who fights to the last ditch Hand-mad- e with LOCAL APPLICATIONS ' "oflins furnisliec young men to educite themselves and 1 lot in Jersey Oity. N. J for a principle or fneud, whogoes party's success in which I know as they cannot reach the seat of you join me, I remain, Hear.-e- , to occupy t'te respojsible offices to all parts of tent Also have a few hundred acres of down to defeat with faith in his the disease, greatly influenced b in Sincerely and cordially, the country it we are to keep desirable mineral rights to sell. itt heart and who never surrenders, uie county. Wm F. MORIAN. constitutional conditions, and in one man in office all f his life, it It is not woitb while to speak of that is the man whose name is "ii order to cure it you must take an AN orders by Wire Promptly Filled certainly is not an incentive to COLIC, the water on these farms, as it is "Legion" and'who is known as a CHAMBERLAIN'S to. internal remedy. Hal 's Catarrh hundred CHOLERA AND DIARRwell known that Rockcastle is one "thorough republican'' in all that (Jure is taken internally and act? Eleventh of young men all over District who are well B HOEA REMEDY. of the best watered couuties in the phrase implies. thru the blood on the mucous sur- qualified to press on to higher I would have been very glad Every family without exception faces of the system. Hall's Ca Piione 94-MJ VERNON, KY. 8B this state or an3 other state. All thiugs. Neither is it encouraging should keep this preparation at of these farms are handy to to have met you while in Chicago, hand during the hot weather of the tarrh was perscribed by one of for our young men to "educate churches and schools and the but my time was taken up very summer months. Chambeilain's the best physicians in t' e country county has under consideration, 4 much confenng with the leaders Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- for years. It is composed of some themselves to occupy the responS&X38C3&33830C& 3 turnpikes out of the town of Mt. and "puttiug the house in order". edy is worth many times its cost of the gest tonics known, com sible offices in the country if we 1 Vernon, north and south, east and You must admit it was no child's when nee Jed and is almost certain btned with some of the best blood are to keep one man in office all I t2J his life. w west. Several miles have been play. While others were having to be needed before the summer is Sfg fesrfisEi has no superior for the purifiers. The perfect corabin over. It I would like to asic you to conlet and work already begun. a good time, 1 naa to keep purposes for which it is intended anon 01 me ingredients in tlall s I sider this carefully and pi: c : your Those farms are on the pike road burning my midnight oil, and I Buy it now. Obtainable every- Catarrh Cure is what produces son or yourself in my place. I leading south from Mt. Vernon, am glad for one it is all over. No where. Ky such wonderful results in catarrhal have been asked by the men that (.n the waters of Dry Fork and doubt you were very busy yourI.conditions Send for testimonials have SALE FOR TAXES. the Republican cause at Skeggs Creek and most of this self, for one who takes himself so F. J. CHENEY & CO, I, or one of my deputies, will free. heart, both in the Eleventh Disi & COMPLETE LINE limestone land and fine seriously, a national convention on Monday Aug. 28th 1916, it frops.. Toledo. U vv land is;? 5? 53 All Urupir- trict and in the producing and grass land. Will is no childs playground. being regular county court day, ijims 13c. Coffins, Caskets and Robes nan s ramiiy nils as well as in State of Kentucky the Nation, to run sell on easy terms any part of this What did you think of Hard offer for sale at the front door of or constipation. Mail, Telegraph or Tele-plion- e this race. I did not want to run land or all as a whole. Anyone ing's speech? Old uncle Joe is the court house in Mt. Vernon Ky for the purpose of satisfying tax- nr orders Promptly this race, but was drafted by the L- ... wishing to buy land, either for in- still a young man, and my old es due on the Livingston Graded o me voters men who have the party at heart Filled vestment or home, will do well to friend Col. Depuw still has a few School, one house and lot in LivEleventh District in order that we might have a repcall and go over thi land, and get of his famous old Jokes on tap ingston, Ky now occupied by J. resentative in Congress who Did you meet him? He sure is F. Jones, taxes of R. M. K. Flour my price and terms. .for the Co. Amount $25 00 My Dear Sir and Fei.low could do something for the people benefit of those who might know a chap. Uncle Joe told me that Cam Mnllins. S. R C. in the Eleventh District. It is Citizen: these farms and locate them bet- weil round up the greatest mapc-V & 3C&35 30C53ecS I take this method of saying a khown fact that Mr, Powers has ter by name, I will name them by jority for the.Justic that ever was KENTUCKY'S AGRICULTURE RICHES . that I am a candidate for tne naver been ahle to do anything for their former owners: Tract No 1 polled. These are his words: Producing annually between 3O Republican nomination for con- the people he represents, and will known as the Sand Spring coal Billy, my boy, you're an old camIa togress from this District before never because, he has no standing fields; Tract No. 2 known as the paigner for a young fellow like and 35 per cent, of the total W J Will Price farm at Sand Spring; you, but it beats me how you bacco crop of the United States tlie primaiy August fifth next. in Washington wit h either RepubI was born and reared in Whit- licans or Democrats Tract No. 3 known "as the old prophesied Hughes nomination, and more than 10 per cent, of the OLD I beg of you to cast your vote Tommy Graves valley farm; si, as you say, Wi've simply got world, Kentucky is known farand ley county where I now reside. wide as the leading tobacco-producinI have never held public office, for me and ask your friends to do Tract No 4 known as the K. J. to elect him , and I shall certainly represent . g So I says, Uncle the drinks are McKinney tarm; Tract No. 5 State. Many people net but I have given some twenty u known as the W. G. Nicely farm on you," All "right' he said only in other States, but right years of my life to educating and you and will promise that unless I uplifting the young people of my can do more for the constituency here at home are under the at Hansford; Tract No. 6 known "what are you going to have." "A little Wilson, that's all," I as the Mat Deboard and later the that tobacco is "King" county and trying to elevate every- in two years than Mr. Powers Albert Hamlin farm near Level said. We've had enough of Wil- in the agriculture output of the one through teaching in public has in six I will never ask you to Green. son," says he lets try a Hughs-Fairbank- state. But such is not the case. and private schools and preaching vote for me again Now m order to rid the Repubwith a Teddy for a This place is held by corn, the the Gospel as a pastor and as an PERSONAL PROPERTY for lican ticket of this weight which 1 chaser. Oh! hell heie's luck." holder of the title in the agricul- evangelist, I have preached as sale on easy terms: You know Uncle Joe will have his tural realm of the nation. State Evangelist under the ap has been around the neck of the v, TxrQsrrvr rcO rw. crh-r-xj.r7-'- S work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack .. srJ7jw:ov-x''-x,i- -KZQxJK. little joke In i9i 5 the corn crop of Ken pointment of three different state party for the last six years in the bed; 1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire come out Well, you are a man who is tucky amounted to 115,000,000 coniention boards of the Baptist State of Kentucky, buggy; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 broad minded, 1ms traveled a bushels and was estimated to have Church. In spite of the fact that and vote tor a man against whom YK turning plows; 3 section harrows; great deal and practically are a a farm value on Dec. 1, i9 15, of 1 am a Baptist, I have been cord- no man in the Eleventh District can truthfully say one thing. 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva man. 01 uie worm. $63 84j,ooo, or 56 cents a bushel. ial aud kind to all Christian people "2rriSncr5rf 'JSnerQSr.trim --- - 2& - r -voix f AT wv,j'wit 4 double shovel plows; 4 bull tors; I would like to see ever voter MvJXJ You will have a foeman worthy In its reports for July r thisyear and have tried to recognize thier 'OfipK&yci?' tongue plow7?; 1 mowing machine; personal! many of whom I will be of your steel, and should you go the U. S. Department ot Agri right to thier opinion on points 2 rakes; one-hal- f interest in 1 bin- down to defeat in the race for the culture estimated that the farm where cbnrches differ. In my unable to see, but I wi 11 promise der; about 2500 ft. ot 1 inch nomination, I know and am sure value of corn on July r was 84 meet.ngs while I am a Baptist, I yon that during my term of office Kentucky hair Dates iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon you will go out into the highways cents a bushel, which would give have always invited other churches I will visit every neighborhood For 1916. Having decided to go west, Fair Association; 1, 12 horse and by ways and .work for the the crop of last year a total value to participate. The Republican and spend my vacations at home t will offer for sale, privately all of power boiler aud engine; all of ticket as though you were at the of $95,670,000. Most of this crop party in the nation in encourag- in the Eleventh District and not Columbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, my in about 200 acres of head of it. property, both personal and has been ted to livestock, partic- ing strong School men and minis. up North living a high life, as my Aug. 5. growing crops, to be sold as it real, as follow, until August 15th, Men who were born in log ularly hogs, and as hogs havebeeu ters, to ask for nomination for opponent has done for the past Lawrenceburg Fair Ass'n., and on that day I will close all stands or so much per bushel a cabins have often proven them- selling at between 9 and 10 a Congress is only keeping abrest several years. I am. Aug. 15-Sincerely Yours, that remains unsold at public auc-tio- u gathering time. 2 stores and fix- selves too great for petty bicker- hundredweight for the past sev- with the democratic party. New PerryviJle Fair., Perry J. B. McKeehan at my home, Hansford, Ky: tures, one store at Hansford and ings and jealousies.-Ou- r party's eral months, farmers have come Some lour years ago when my ville, Aug. 9- -1 1. one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases history is rich in men Real estate for sale on easy who first pretty close to reslizing 84 cents family had grown to be so large, C Danville Fair, Danville, Aug. 2 desks; 1 typewiiter; 1 iron safe; terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of saw' the light of day in humble a bushel for their cjrn, for the rel- both from the standpoint of no. mi FLETDHEP 4. 130 acres. 4 miles south of Mt. 1 share in Peoples Bank; 1 share log cabins. Lincoln, Grant ative values of corn and hogs are and also from the standpoint of Bullit Co. Fair, Shepherdsville, Vernon, in Mt. Vernon Fair Association; Johnson, and many with 1 storehouse, dwell others have 80 cents for corn and $8 lor hogs, age that it was impossible for me Aug.lo-1- 8. 25 shares in Central Life Iusur-anc- risen from obscurity and dark 9o cents for corn and $9 for hogs to give them the prover education WHY MEN DURE SUMER ng house and barn, and three K. of P. Fair, Nicholasville, tenant Co.; 2 shares in Don Over ness to fame aud honor aud glory. and so on. If hogs are selling at and remain ou the mission field, COLDS? houses, several good coal Aug. 29-- 31 land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, It isn't necessary to have a mines from which Mt. Vernon I quote you a little poem by 9 and corn is selling below 9octs I gave up my work as a salaried Knox Co. Fair, Barbourville, and surrounding lud.; 3 shares, in Kentucky Rural Henry Van Dyke: as more profit minister and moved to Williams- stuffed head, running nose. To country get the then it is regarded pt Aug. 1. Credit Association. greater part of its coal suply. able to feed it to feed it to hogs burg that I might be able to edu-eat- e cough your head off as it were. UEE'S COMPASS Laurel Co. Fair, Loudon, Aug. W. M. Bullock. Farm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 my children, six of them All you need do is to use Dr. Bell's 22-2- 5. "Four things a man must learn than to sell it. Splendid prices miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 for cattle being practically grown, having Pine Tar Honey. The soothing also have prevailed to do, K. of P. Fair, Stanford, Aug. and healing balsams open the houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in two Otner small children. If he would make his reco-r- true: sheep aud lambs. 5I huve held a clogged air passages and in a growing crop, 60 acres in grass Since this time I The tobacco crop of 19 15 To think without con fnsion clearly Berea Fair, Berea, Aug. 4. and balance in woodland; For Infants and Children. adjoin pounds very responsible position with the short time you get relief and start To love his fellew men sincerely; amounted to 306,400,000 MT. VERNON FAIR Ass'n., ing farm No. 1. so as crop life insurance company with on the road to recovery. Your to make one The Kind You Have Always Biugtit To act from honest motives purely; The estimated value of this Mt. Vernon, Aug. 9- -1 1. nose stops running, you cough less am now connected. well located farm if purchaser Bears the To trust in God and Heaven on Dec. 1, i915, was &z7,799,ooo. which I Brodhead. Fair Ass'n., Brod- should now manager of a branch and you know you are getting desire both tracts. Farm Signature of or 7.8 cents a pound. Since pac- ,1am wm securely," head, Aug. 1G-No. 1 lies on east side of of creek steady advance office of the Inter Southern Life better. Get a bottle, use as di Well, I met a few of the leaders es underwent a Wayne Co. Fair. Monticello, Company for south- rected. Keep what is left as a and mostly underlaid with coal. at a conference in New York City during the early months of the Insurance A HACKING COUGH Sept 8. Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, average price realized eastern Kentucky aud a part cough and cold insurance. WEAKENS THE SYSTEM. Tuesday last and your name year, the Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, a valley farm, with some was well above the of Tennessee. rather Don't suffer with a hacking happened to be mentioned in the by the growers bept. n-1- 6. As to my business standing, I coal 111 the hill. Dec 1 figure. Here it may be ATEXASIOHDEB cough that has weakened your course of things. seen that, the corn crop of the do not feel that any one can ques Farm No. 3 ot i9o acres, one system get a bottle of Dr. King's Undoubtedly you wili hear half mile west of farm, No. 2; a New Discovery, in use over forty from the Campaign Committee in State possessed a value three tion that because I have fully dem TAKING BIG CHANCES onstrated my ability as a business It is a great risk to travel with- ood strong valley farm in good years, and benefiting all who' ue a short while, and perhaps you times that of the lobaccj crop. con- man, not only bv making my Based on the ac.eage and out a bottle of Chamberlain's Col- state of cultivation and not very it, the soothing pine baharjajwipi will have an opportunity to speak ic, Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy, much improvement. About 100 tar heal the irrated air passages in some of the big cities later on. dition on July 1 this ye.ir.the fore- own living, supporting a large a com crop of 108.000, family and educating myself, havkidney and as this preparation caunot be ob- acres cleared, balance in wood- soothes-thraw spots, loosens Being a man of education cast is for THE Texas "Wonder cares eravel. cares troubles, dissolves bushels. With favorable con- ing taken a four years course in diabetes, weak and lame backs, rhenma-'tlstained on trains or steamships. miles south of Mt. Vernon, in the mucous and prevents racking and travel you ought to be well 000 and all irregularities of the kidneys ditions the remainder of theseason Williamsburg Institute and while in both men and women. If not sold of bowel complaints are in good state of cultivation, well the body with coughing. Atfacks Dr qualified for such by mail ob redruesrist. will doing so made a living both for bryour tL Ona small be sentis two months' final outturn may be but It improved; 1 good d welling house, King's New Ducovery induces ceipt of bottle often sudden and very severe, and I shall take a short rest of a this treatment and seldom fails to perfect a core. year. The myself and family. When I gral Send for testimonials from this aad other everyone should go prepared for Darn and storehouse and all other natnral sleep and aics l.ature to week or two. and then sret into! . .. torof a last rStates. Dr. W. HaU, 3888 Olive Street ..! woww AAVAL ufte from the Southern Baptist! SbLrfMbiMo.E. Soldbydxai. AdT, necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant .cure you. .uF u. .1 and rck;to .hem. Obtainable everywhere, worked travel. 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