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Mount Vernon signal: August 4, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916080401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 4, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday VOLUME XIXX . &m Established fPTNY 1M 1887 . fc.-fitniiwrtT tfoszs&s: fc iii'v-scaaidag-iAi- g MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4 1916 NUMBER 45 SKp r smokes into your system! You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets vou smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that it proves out every nour oi the day. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you' to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, a few Prince Albert Copyright lli( by K. J. Reynolds Tobtwe Ca. - Fringe Mrs. Ellen DiNm, of our old friend, James Maret, and Stanford, has been with Lor moth- takes a shot at us too, but boys we er, Mrs. Emma Jones, of this haven' tputon our fighting clothes place-- , who has been sick for a few this week, and we are in no mood days. Judge H Witt, who has to compose poetry, as we are been quite sick for some time, is called by the authorities to act as Henry Nice-ley- , an officer in Saturday's primary, slowly nnoroving. of Mt. Vernon, is speeding a and that will give us an opportunWe are few days with his cousin, Walter ity to visit Mt. Vernon. Niceley. Lee Mullins was in Lon- promised an auto trip up there in AfUr we return the evening. don, Wednesday, on business town. Mis. J. L. Davis, of Kuoxville, has from Mt. Vernon we will give you returned home after spending a a partial descriptien of Mt. Verfew days with her sister, Mrs. E. non, so look out in our next letter. L Cockrell, of this place. It will We hope to have something good not be long until the honk of the to say about Mt Vernon. auto will be hea.-- in our town. d 1 "Full weight U AC 1 ffZ$ Our friend S.C. Carter, as We un jQiSpld-LGlMlGderstand, will in a few days purl without a chase one. As to our self, we regret! You'll feel like your smoke past have not decided which we will vVe arc having some very hot has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot get, an auto or an aeroplane, weather at present. Crops are back up for a fresh start. as we have not figured out which better on Clear Creek than have You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a We had a 'ever been known. death will be the least painful I 5ali Y ? Arl3 3iJi. tnousana-aoiia- r Dill ! It's worth that in happiMrs. Lee Baker were hero. prettv bad storm here last week Mr.and 'x0xv-'- i 1 i&r rs&c ness and contentment to you, to every man between trains, on route to Lon-Jo- but did verj little damage to corn. who knows what can be from Scaggs Creek, where Last Thursday work begau on gotten out of a chummy he had been to see his father, John the Scaffold Cane pike at the Madi jimmy pipe or a makin's Bdker, who. is reported very sick. son Co. line. There were abou t ' .Ir. Baker is section foreman on thirty teams on the ground and Prince Albert for the L.& E R.R. There It will be only a worked all day free. few more days until the big Mt were about a hundred men who THE Princ X. Albert tidy and also woiked free. The women R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Vernon Fair, August red tin. and in N. C fact, every Prince will be their best were there with their baskets we bulieve this Albert package, hat This ii the reverse u a real tide of the tidy Mir yet. for it seems they are aid dinner was served for four v on its reverse side. Youll redUn read: "Process Patented mone;y or time 10 hundred reople whi h ieiiher sparing After July 30th. 1907." That means H that the United States Govern , ment has granted a patent on the make this fair a record breaker, 'Jalce" Herndon made a very process by which Prince Albert is ' made. And by which tongue bite and so everybody that can spare the pointed and enthusiastic talk relathroat parch are cut out! Every- .ree days should attend and give tive to what he had done in sewtiere tobacco is sold you II hnd pe Prince Albert awaiting yom S. in toppy red bags, 5c: tidy them your presence, for we be- curing the Dixie Highway. He wv tj s a a vir v red tins, 10c; handsome pound andhalf-pounlieve you will be amply repaid. introduced Judge Baxter of Richtin humidors and in I wr:i".ijiirivt that clever crystal- Mrs. iW. G. Hamiltou, who has mond who promised that" Madison 111 ETiTiBlW 4 glass humidor, with JZ. 5. i 3M R sponge - moistener been very sick, is much improved. would complete the gap riht top, that keeps the tobacco in such Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Arwood, of away Next JoeBoggs the County fine condition alwayal Atlanta, Ga , have returned home Engineer lor Madison County was .ifter a few days visit with Mr.and introduced and said while surveyor D. Bryant for Rockcastle that he was the Mrs. J. T. Omary.-- O. was in Mt. Vernon, Monday. first Engineer to lecomraend the BOOSTING CacSeae&3 7 died Wednes- "Scaffold CaneRonte " The shouts Mrs. Hugh Jenkins & And Pulling Together day afternoon. She had been went up " Hurrah for Joe Bogg" c&3$pe:& makes Our Town grow v of Mt. Vernon, was here between afflicted with that dread d:sease, Then came Judge Ballard who trains Tuesday. Mrs. Earl Rice while the " iland of the made a yery enthuastic talk which She was consumption. returned to Louisville after a few daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. quality is always pointing to Big" values. u me".t with applause. F. O. Clark days visit with her parents, Dr. Every time the second hand of the clock ticks Maguire, of this place. She leaves said this road is costing him and Mrs. W. T. Amyx. andQMr a husband and two children, a nevertheless he believes it will oft' a minute something good goes over our and Mrs. C.E. Rice. Miss Bonnie a host of pay big dividends. This no doubt father and mother; and counter. GOOD, ves, so cood that it makes Niceley, of Mt.Vernon, is visiting relatives and friends to mourn her was the greatest road meeting every customer a repeater. Make our Store a . "' . '"" " t will iu Rockcastle County. buried Thurs-da- y are tnereoy nonrieaf to in; Mrs. l. g. Faiin and children, of loss. at She familybeburying ground ever held Shearer has returned Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to the Root. Louisville, have returned home get posted on good things. near from Hamilton O. your hands and work your section oi road after a few days visit with friends gone Livingston.that Another soul you can't buy a job He says that gave it. W to the one Mose Gatliff We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, here. Sam Ward returned to R. Hicks was in London, Monday. who married Miss Ethel Crutcher Meal, Meat, Shipstnlf, Hay, Corn, Straw, Ferwill Chicago, 111 , alter a two weeks' of during the J. P. E. Drummond, B.H. Hel-iar- a few weeks ago are living at tilizer, American Wire bVnce, Furniture, visit with Mrs. W B. Mrs. D. H. Owens and Hamilton O. where Mose hass a Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of enable the roads to settle and level good for Thaclcer is spending a few days daughter, Miss Bessie, attended good position. Sunday School at Farming Tools. with relalives in Berea. Mrs. the Bap tist Sunday School Con Clear Creek is doing good work Our doors are open come often look around Remove as far as possi- Harry Gebring is on the sick list. vention, held at Brodhead on last large attendance. Our School the winter months but don't feel that you have to buy, Mrs. Alice Brady and little son, of creeks and them on are spending a few days with her SuuJay, July 29th. They all began Monday with thirty in ble road beds Sherman Chasteen DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. aunt, Mrs. Andy Kiuser, in Lou claim to have had a great time and attendance, teacher. Ella Lake is teaching are enthusiastic about the music grades in your hands in person don. Mrs. J. B. Hayse is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. rendered and the claim Jthaty Climax; Mattie Thacher, Davis they were A. H. Kinser and daughter, of Brodhead cannot be surpassed for Branch Minnie Lake at Hamthereby illiminating the plea Lets all go to Mt. VerLondon, spent Saturday and Sun- hdspitality and they are all anx- mond. ious to make the second trip non Fair. day with relatives and friends legally warned. ya$pc$pc&j3 here. Mrs. Charley Carpenter is Brodhead has some natural ad WHY MENDURE SUMER over our own home visiting relatives in Greenville, vantages TVAT1H&7 Yt'&WUTV&rj COLDS? JiuiL Alabuma. Rice Ward is on the town, but as for good people we It isn't necessary to have a Respectfully, r W.& I.R.R., which is a branch of draw the line, for our people are a stulfed head, running nose. To o the L.& N ii.R. S. C. Franklin, great people, and Livingston has, cough your head off as it were y the L. & N. watch inspector, was we claim, done its part in every All you need do is to use Dr. Bell's G. M. .JSSnrvi-?-L here between trains Tuesday, en good move or enterprise, but it is Pine Tar Honey. The soothing BesKfcy'Lpi?' ; 'fgZ'&XIW. gratifying to hear such good reroute to East Bernstadt. Wade Ks'MriSj" and healing balsams open the urn County Judge. :WgEs5ii-JiOur Graves, the telephone man, of ports from our sister town clogged air passages and in a "wast::: friend, the Brodhead Scribe, is ai,k Mr. Vernon, was here Tuesday m m shoit time you get relief aud start f2St33?N-&- kjMK.. Jriiwi The Great Ship "5EEANDBEE" s o "p f TT We believe when a correspondent putting iu foues. Mrs.G.S. Grif- sure a man after our own heart, nn fchfi rnad to rPfinvprv. Ynuv T aceommodationa for 150Q passengers, !i U1N vis-t- s Mt Vernon that thc Editor fin ai d children are spending the for we believe if you are going to nose stops running, you cough less y The Urge3t and most costly steamer on any inland witcr of the world. SleepingBUFFALO"- V;f 'Crry OF ERIE" 3 Magnificent Steamer "CITY OF TUTRS. Robert Pike has moved should give him a ride. Brodhead, week at Buckeye, near Mt. Ver- cast your boquets and wreaths at and you know vou are getting g LV1 g in the Coltongim property wnat do you say- ?- W. H. Kruger non. Mrs. J.W. Mullins and Miss a person, do it while they are liv- - better Get a bottle, use as di 8:00 P.M. v Leave DoiTalo Lenre Cleveland P.M. 3 - C3A.U K.eep a 6:30A.M. Arnve Cleveland ArrnrBnfEalo f over the Dr;utnmond's store. and Tip Langford, of Mt. Vernor, Lyda Cook attended the Sunday ing, for they will do the dead no recteci. and cold wnat is leu as fev (Central Standard Tune) cough insurance.- Conneetioiu at Bnffalo for Niagara Falls and all Cistern and Canadian points. Railroad tick- - A ata reading between Cleveland and Buffalo ara eood for trans Donation en our steamers. Ask W.M.Owens has been on Were in our town Tuesday. Mrs. School Convention at Wiklie, Sun- good. Our friend has compared Mrs. yocr ticket agent for tickets via C. & B. Line. J We ioscar Argenbright and children day. Mr. aud Mrs. J. H Brown- us to the poet, James Whitcomb Beaatif nlly colored sectional puzzle chart, showing both exterior and interior of The Great the sick list for a few days k receipt of Ave cents to cover postage and mailing. Also naX Ship "SEEANDBEE" sent on picronai ana octctiphtb pooiuircB. iot our understand that the editor of this are visiting relatives at Corbin ing, who purchased a larm at Riley, who not long since doused FOR FLETCHER'S I Ohio F THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TKAHSiT CO Ford auto. this week. Judge G. M. Ballard. Mywroi. will move back to our the Silent river. Theu along comes paper has purchased a i n I n mKMtMWHtnKtHKKtKKHKtKKKBKKKUKmmmammimmmiKmmmmmammmammmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmuti n iU ill ll mil ll H ill Albert Seal excels. ra It is made conscientiouslv to give Si you good wear. and every ounce gOOQ paint 3 Hanna's Green Seal Paint gives you good, honest full weight, without any cheap adulterants being added to merely make it seem "heavy. The real test of any paint's value is I in its ability to cover large surfaces M well, and right there is where Green p fauna's "QQU n, cigarette with packing"! WuutoB-Sik- ir 'Z - ?n -- messoge-to-yo- J. xsfj B. NOF, Mt. Vernon, i Sotdhy Kv. 1 . mMM i fiPn S Huili t II Iflr THE "QUALITY STORE" ij fipif !rii WHERE a MONEY a TALKS f 1 m To All County Road Overseers: you ... I ,r warn ""' J month August This d, out put Warn that not GEO. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentucky l PARE $5.22 iriiaa. CLEVELAND -- YVfi BALLARD r , tKKmwmtrex; LO VllNVJJ s trr T' " '- S CLEVELAND-Dafly,MaylsttoNov.l5th-BUFFA- -- STORIi IT Clo-sls- sJ, Mi i iROCKCASTLES BIG FAIR I l . rnLL Ladies FIRST DAY ROOM i UDIES' REST and CHEGK ROOM -- Special 'Park for Automobiles (Man in charge) Special Hitching Crounds. Two Brass Bands 90 ft. High Dive. One Orchestra. Trapeze PerEach Day. Baloon Assensions each day. Good water & plenty shade. formance AUGUST JmimMl s JML I i M. k, W Remember 16-1- 7- 18, I9I6 Merry Go Rounp Midway in (.'enter Field No entrance 'ee charged. and Ferris Wheel ROBERTS' UNITED SHOWS with 200 PEOPLE will give day and night performances the entire Reduced Rates On All Rail Roads. week. ADMISSION 25c and 15c No Stand in Grove this year. Big Roadster R ng Each T5nr.ji . r.VUVtn. m. VERNON II i liii ni1IWifaBlni1rii"rril rtr-ri- rBf- -'' -- V j- '- -- -. r kfcJSSftp until Sunday with bomcfolks here. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brwu aud Charles E Hughes, the Republican 1 little son Jasper Murrel of Soruer-nominee, that he favored an j set visited nis mother Mrs J. N amendmeut to the Federal Con Henry Pon- Brown last week. stitution giving the vote to women. , A drlega'not suffragists saw the1 jterand Eddie Wade of Stanford Tlie Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been D.R.Gentry, Miss Exit- - E,st- - were visitors here Saturday find esterday, and after ' President in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of Qun'U Ky 'Sunday MEMBER OF ham ward indicated they believed tliev Jack DeBord leiumed ; and has been made under his per-KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION WildieKy. home Satuidny from a weeks stay W. B, Sigman, would make a new statement on Jty-- J7 sonal supervision since its infancy, clccsuM. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Mss Lena McUall, Miss .ludhh'wilh his cousins Willie and Jack be fore the conven the question All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but McCd11 Mareiburg Ky. cairou at Cedar Creek. Mrs. tton of the National American Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Dan M. Ponder Gaulev Ky. uams Cummins who has been Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Woman suffrage Association in JUISputanta snfff.rin"- with n r.ano.P.r for nuer Csnerman Ollast.. September. At that time the Ky. low aud- not expectpolicy to be pursued in the a year is ery Miss Irene Bullock, Jerry Kiu- - ed to last very long. Mr. Henry Presidential campaign will be deCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareKDUCATIONAr, CAMPAIUNS. cer, Hansford, Ky. Todd sold a good horse last week goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It termined by the naticnal suffrage contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other jSarcotic During the recent session of W. I. Dooley, Bromo Ky. to Burton and Mullins for $ 1OO.0O organization. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms the Rockcastle county Teachers' Miss Tabitha Hiatt. Jonetta Ky. Today Tumulty discussed the Quite a number from here atand allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant: use for the relief of Constipation, Institute conducted by Prof J. W. Luthur McCracken. Climax Ky. tended the Chil Irens day at Union question with the President and Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething' Troubles and Ky. whom we Ireland of Belview, J. L. Thompson. Crab Orchard, last Sunday, and those children appurtenances to the samebelong-an- d afterward "announced Jthat Mr. Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomacn and Bowels, consider one of the live wires of Ky. assimilates the Food, giving" healthy and natural sleep. one Grist mill, consisting of Wilsons are to be complimented. Their was un position The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. two progressive movethe state, Withers Ky. program was carried out perfectly French burrs, and all the appur- changed. This position, as outTheoPigg ments were set in motion which Orlando, Ky. and they also had some singing tenances to the same belonging lined several times to suffragist J, W. Riddle will materially advance the EduALWAYS Mrs.Georgia McClure. Livings that was second to none. Mr. A. Amount of money to be made, (delegations, within the last three GENUINE cational interest of Rockcastle Co ton Ky. b per cent interest years, is that, while he favores A. Jones of Cedarville has been gyi: 1, with iBears the Signature of First; ttie Reading Circle was or ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ILLITERACY here at work tor the past two from the 26th day of Jan. 1615. votes for women he is opposed to ganized and the teachers voted weeksjfor his father whe is prepar and cost. Levied upon as the federal action. COMMISSION. unanimously to co operate in the By J. L. Pilkonton. ing to build a new house on their property of Albert Allen. The President voted for woman work during the year. farm over in the west side of the Terms: Sale will be made on a suffrage in New Jersey last year BZ county. Second- ;- The county Illiteracy RESOLUTION ADOPTED Mr. W H. Laswell and credit of six months; bond with It was indicated that today V strongly endorCommision, being COUNTY TEACHERS. his crew of men weie here last approved security requited bear- announcement was final sed by Mr. Ireland, launched a week wheat thrashing and the ing iuterest at the rate of six per BILLIOUSNESS AND on resolutions whirlwind Campaign to begin wheat crop is only about a cent, per annum from day of STOMACH TROUBLE Tuesday evening Aug. 22 The would respectly snbmit the follow- half crop. Th Kind You Have Always Bought T. L. Hasty was in sale, and having the force and "Two years ago I suffered fiom ing: object of this campaign is to stiTHC OENTAUR COM PAN V. NEW YOK CITY. Somerset last Monday, Mr. Hasty effect of a judgment. trequent attacks or stomach trou1. That first all be it resolved mulate coimhunity interest and This 21st day of July, 1910. feels that he has been wonderfully ble and biliousness," writes Mis? organize Moonlight Schools in that we thank Ahuight God for benifited by the noted Indian Dr. Cam Mullins, Sheriff R. C. Emma Verbryke, Lima Ohio. "I every section of county. Speakers each and all institutions for the at that place. Mr. Henry Meascould eat very little food that CONS TIPATION A ND betterment of mankind and we will be sent to the various school m les held services at Po'pular Grove agreed with me and I became sc INDIGESTION. houses of the county and special pray his blessings to continue, for last Sunday. Swannie Price "I have used Chamberlain's dizzy and sick at my stomacn at m m given instruction interested without such divine help we can returned from a six months stay at Tablets and must say they are the times that I had to take hold ol m parties. Any teacher' minister, or do but little. James Winstead best I have ever 2 Resolved that we approve the Judson Ind. used for consti- something to keep from falling. citizen deshing to with M of Mt. Vernon was here Monday. pation Tablets and indigestion. My wife Seeing Chamberlain's us as a speaker or teacher will action of the Superintendent in Miss Kate DeBord was a visitor write T. L. Pilkenton, Brodhead, holding the institute early in the at the teachers institute at Mt also used them for indigestion and advertised I decided to try them VJ7 Obtainthey did her good." writes Eugene I improved rapidly." Ky. explaning fully the line of school year. Vernon last week. Mrs. F. E S Knight, Wilmington N. C. able everywhere. 3. Wheieas the schools need work desired and will be pleased to and little son are spend- Chamberlain's Tabids are mild efficient snpervision. Therefore Mullins render any service pessible. A list ing the week witli her mother and gentle in their action. Give ot speakers, places and dates will we request the County Board to Mrs. M. E. Price. Mr. and Mrs them a trial. You are certain to be published in Signal and every require the supervisor to give as Edd Brown came down from Will- - be pleased with the agreeable laxThe standing of a Bank is deterlive teacher will be expected to co- much as oue day and evening to ailla Sunday and spent the day ative effect which they produce. mined by the law under which it oper5 Obtaianable everywhere. rj TwwTift.VL operate in the work, Two hundred each sub district. ates, and by the abiiity and character with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W Cut prides on all low shoes, 4. That we thank Miss Thompof its management. illiterates should be taught to read H. Brown The school reopened son and the commitee for their & McBee Sutton The conservative methods of this and write during the two or three Monday with a Jarge attendance. Bank, its record of 15 years of sucbeginning Monday evening efforts to make the institute a weeks II it is something to wear you Mrs. W H. Brown spent cessful banking, and the courteous Sapt. 11, this date having been de- - success. want to seaSuTTOn & McBke Monday with her daughter Mrs. treatment extended to all, are its best 5. That we the teachers of the by the County Commision for all A. L. Hatcher. recommendations. 90 feet High Dive, Balloon ascen- UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER county approve the law to compel moonlight Schools to open. family YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, It will be remembered that attendance at schol and shall For Sale:- - House and lot on sions, Whole day of Tropez perI I ol BroJhead formers each Mrs. Cora Wilson Stuart one of work for the enforcement of the Main street in Mt. Vernon. Call Fair Free of Vernon or address S. H. Martin, Mt. Verthe great women of Kentucky law. 6 That we appreciate the strong non, or Mrs. Harry Jones, Lonlaunched this movement in Rowan MT. VERNON, KY. REWARD. X work prompted by strong school don Kv. county a few years ago and hun Rockcastle County will pay dredsof men aud women, many of interests, that is being done by HL Conover $100. reward for the arrest and whom are past the age of sixty, our state supervisor and worthy Wanted:- - If you have any In of John Martin who W &!M14 instructor. dian relics such as stone pipes, murdered a CilOOO jm m have learned to read and write. Browning. Parker MT. VERNON, KY 7. That we regret that so much large flint spears, grooved axes, em m The work of a teacher is not The Governor has been ask to Pron tRooins over Baker' Mor confined to the daily routine of money has been spent building pots and howls, shell beads, etc double this amount. Phone 49-recitations within the walls of a shcool houses that are so poorly found in caves, graves and old G. M. Ballard, J. R. C. C. single school room. The teacher planned and we would respectfully fields. Write to W. L. Griffin, Aug should be the life of the school call the attention of the building Somerset, Ky., and get his prices A Urge crowd from here went to on them. and around the teacher should be oommitee to this defect. Wildie Sunday to attend the Rock- BETHURUM & LEWIS 8. That we thank Mrs. Davis seen the waves of progress. In - Two nice bird castle County Christian Bible For Sale:Attorneys at Law many instances the community is for her untiring efforts to make pups, u montns old, good stocK. School Convention. There was the institute a success. looking to the teacher as a leading also another large crowd from Will practice in all the Courts. J. H, Livingston, 9. We thank Prof. Ireland iactor and should the teacher fail Stanford Ky here in Brodhead Office in Bethurum Buiiding. attending c to meet the expectations of that for his efficient work in the In the Baptist Sunday School m stitute. Let Eish's help keep you cool. community, that teacher has failed Mt. Vernon, Ky. 10. fhfvt we respectfully ask to comprehend the greatness of Take a vacation, rest up a Mr Albright to publish these the work and waves of progress week and attend the Mt. Vernon will in due time mark the final re- resolutions. Fair. We W. R. DlCKERSON, sult. Panamas and straw hats at cut Secretary. We believe that the teacher owes prices. Sutton & McBee. OUR STOCK is more complete than ever. Our the community, in which she In his address, accepting the TO THE PUBLIC. business has doubled in volume in the past six teaches, her very best services, Republican nomination for Presa little barefooted boy trudging along the "I eave been using ChamberOur Goods and Prices please others months. not alone as an instructor, but as ident, Chas. E. Hughes assailed lain's for indigetion for the past road followed by a yellow pup and it's his a community leader. We should the administration for its course six months, and it affords me and will please you. pup, you see the happiest, proudest, most vp are leaders ever remember that pleasure to say 1 have never used contented mortal on earth. Mexico, preparedness and in of children who will be the future maintenance of Americam rights remedy that did me so much The dog may be entirely worthless C. E. Riley, Illio citizens of the commonwealth and during the European war. He good." N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets ar lacking in every characteristic that will as is our leadership so will be our declared foe a new policy of firm- obtainable everywhere. make him either a valuable or useful memCHAS. L. DAVIS. Proprietor Phone 87 followers. These facts lead us to ness and consistency toward ber of the canine race but. vou talk to thut believe that the teachers of Rock- Mexico, " All kinds of shirts at low cut unflinching maintenboy about him and see if he doesn't honcastle County should be the ance of rights on land and prices, Sutton & M cBhe. sea" estly believe him the finest animal in the leaders in every educational move- and adequate national defense worm. lie 9 mine yes, sir! and lie's a ment which centers around the " We denounce afl plots and good 'un." And the dog? He's iust as school and for this reason we are conspiracies in the interest of any loval and devoted to little 'barefoot." making a strong appeal to them foreign nation, " he said. He into join usrf in this Educational dorsed the woman's suffrage Yes, Life is full of milestones, marking campaign which will result in plank in the platform. eras of happiness, and though it's a long says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In Afouith success and assist in making a of his address was devoted to the hark from a little yellow dog to a well writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's greater Kentucky, they" are both in-- , tonic She says further: "Before I began to use stocked grocery store Mexican situation. Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I volunThe following is a list of dexes of character and milestones of happithought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able teers to date. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ness of a boy's life, to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles MOONLIGHT SCHOOL. COURT of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon "We understand your Boy. gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, Plaintifl M.J Miller. VOLUNTEERS. as well as run a big water mill. VS -- NOTICE Edgar Albright, Mrs. Alice I wish every suffering woman would give ) Davis, D. H. Lyons, Miss Mary THOS. KIRBY, Admr. of Defendant. Bradley, Miss Georgia McFerron, Get Our Prices and J. D. KIRBY, &c, J Miss Clyde Watson, Miss Ruth All creditors of the estate of We Will Get Your Mullins, Jack Lunceford, T. O. J, D. Kirby, deceased ara hereby Trade Scroggins, Mrs. W. J. Sparks notified to present their claims Rev. H. T. Young, E. R. Gentry, against same, properly proven, Rev. J. W. Vanwinkle, Robert before me on or before the lgth a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, McKenzie, Winnie Falin, Ethel day of August, 1916 Poultry Poultry and it always does me good." Mt. Vernon Ky. Davis Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, 1 will Beginning August 19, I9I6. Ship us your Poultry and receive J. L. Pilkenton, Mrs. I. L. Pil- sit daily until the 2ith day of tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs otwoman-l- y highest price and prompt returns trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's kenton, Miss Tempest Ward, Mrs. August, i916, to register such tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui J. J. Albright, Miss Corrine R. claims and proof. for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing Hanning, Miss Frances Conover, G. S Griffin, women for more than fifty years. WHOLESALE Miss Elizabeth Gentry, Burdett Commissioner. i COMMISSION MERCBANTS Owens, Cecil Hayes, S. E. Chandin 2. 44 Walnut St, Cincinnati, O. ler, Mrs. Elizabeth Hale, Miss Pbne 52 MTjVERNON.KY. FOR FLETCHER'S 11 SMi SMI SMi SMI 11 M1 SMI MJ M1 M) Wl Rilda Chandler, Charles Chandler, 1 Rev. A. B. Potorf, E. L. Osborne, j , Ky L. G. Webb Mrs L. G Webb John Lair Mrs Eettie Pike,. Friday, Aug. 4, 1916 Livingston Ky. Miss Odessa Burton, Miss De- Published every Friday by lora Boyd,. Hiatt. Rv EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, J. L. Jones, I A. Chasteen, J GoocUland, ivy. $I.O W. Cox.. UBSCUIPTION ONE VKA.R Bradley Brown, Miss Ada Hel ton, Miss Birdie Henseley.. Advertising rates viaae known on Spiro, Ky. application Ottawa A. B. Lewis -B- SIGNAL rodhead ? -- CKK0-CK-CH0-0-06 - Level Green oooo-o-oo-oo-o- o Miss Ola DeBord who is teach it.g at Dudley spent from Friday I j I , - - SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue ot execution No. 516 directed to me, which issued from the ClerK:s ofihee of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, in favor of Bank of Mt Vornon, against Albert Allen I. or one of uiv deputies, will on the 4U1 day of August 191b. hetween'the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. und 2 o'clock p.m. at or near the residence of in Allen Albert RocUcuIh County. Kentucky, expose apublic sale to tht highest bidder, the following piece of property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of Plaintiff's debt, interest aud cost, to Wit: One saw mill, consisting of Engine, Boiler, Saw Rig, Car riage, Saws, Belts and all the appurtenances thereto belonging; and one planing mill, 'consisting of edger, rollers, and all the - President Wilson has not changed his nosition that the wo man suitrage question should oe dealt with bv the States, itwasan-nouncetoday at the White House. The statement was brought forth ' by the announcement Tuesday of d Children Cry for Fletcher's -- Just-as-goo- d" What is CASTORIA CASTORIA 2L&&2 Wethe-Couimitte- e In Use For Over 30 Years Jmooo ooo- te m J.aMcCLftRY Clean, Strong and Safe STANFORD,KY. 3&XSQj!- The Bank Mt. P Dentist f oool 20-19- 10. :ciya(yayyc A COMPLETE LINE OF School Books & When You See ! 8 SCHOOL SUPPLIES Qive Booster Tickets ! Pioneer 1 Drug Store -- LIBER liBkHkMSjujL, It Always Helps ;iko: SiffiuEiKiEiEfliiliilirlJflSfltiffii BUILDING MATERIAL g MILL WORK g DRUMMONDS' TWO STORES LIVINGSTON, KY. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! Proctor I McKenzie HouchensBros. Children Cry - I CASTORIA . W 2 " -- 1 ham MMMMM WtBMMlOT ! iim ii i ii fi """"- i eiujmmiiiii hiiiiiih,lwhh m un . . -- .J -- , n ......M.- - ur. , T am - - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky, Aug 4, 1916 .., .1 t i., 79 up No. 79" "vvnen ria SIQNAL wilh 79 Louisville T &. IJ ashvillc P. R. Co. ME TABLE. 5.I0 p in am ii:44 a n 12:13 a m 3:5G 22 norm 24 nortn 23 south 21 South Phon Fas. No. 8. secoD.i-fini- Landrum, Agent. Entere-- i at the Mt Vernoi., Ky. I'ojiVlicti s Mfc. A small child of Vernon Fair Wednesday. LOCAL Patten died vesterdav. Thursday and Fiiday. Every body is getting ready for New neck ware 39 cents or 3 for Get your Shirts. Collars Ties the big Fair next week $ 1 00 all this week at SuttOw & and other fixings for the Fairs at Attend the big sale at Sutton McBke's. 0 Fish's. & McBee'S and save the difier There will be something doing If 3'ou want to see everybody ence. every night on the Mt. Vernon come to the MT. VEttXON FAIR More Free attractions than Fair Grounds next wedc ever at the BIG BRODHEAD Briii g .VOlir BOOSTER TICKETS Roberts United Soow "ith 2O0 FAIR. to the Mt. Vernon Fair next week. people will be on the Mi! ay at kvery cent you spend at our Somebody gets a Ford the Brodhead Fair. More i& invesieu in .sanstaction. Clearence Hayds was over from The girls canning club will gi e Sutton & McBee Conway yesterday and says they a demonstration in canning each Mr. Crider, the Hiatt merchant are comin.s: to the Mt. Vernon Fair day of Mi. Vernon and Brodhead and Sam Maharg one of the' good from that .section. Fairs. larmers of the Hiatt section, are Mrs Cecelia Hamim mother of now numbered among the memThe Mt. Vernon Fair Astoria Jtownsmtn A. H. Hamlin died tion and Mt. Vernon Booster Club ,F bers of the Ford family. yestiday. Her remain.-- , will be win give away a new s fassenger ORDER buried at Maretburg toda". Ford car at the Mt. Vernon Fair i '' .!. - .jj.xOTWa ..tjrjifCr' .1 I II.. - - .. . IM)JJ.JBBCTf-J.tSiraJ.;LWL-J-...J..T,-,,l- v .--,,, -- .:jt.lwj.JMaMs BirtrBwr. ii 12 V JL3 BmB IF c3h gagJBiMlgsa !! slr?si exsbJ ILi its 5Psi E ilEi If there was ever a time when a man needed a few clothes and COOL CLOTHES it is such sweltering; weather as this week. I n.ail matter. P RBSOiNAL Mrs. M rguerite Grimes Bell is ht-- r mother. here to sre L. Richards has moved to W. bis V2v home on west main. Mr. and Mrs. V A McKenzie weie in Lexington Wednesday. R A. Sparks drove through to LouihVlle Wednesday in his Max well. Miss RiSjie McFerron is visit ing in Danville and Lexington this week. Dwight Bowman has been with relatives in McKee and Bond for a Week. Col. I. T. Tate of the Hiatt section is very sick. He has been will be reserved this year for the very active until recently. pleasure of those who like nice A. G. Bartlett, Treasurer for shade and a good place to Pic. the W. J. Sparks Company, who uic has been seriously ill for several All shows and concessions will "weeks, is better and is now at be in the centre field. A Special AMantic City for a few weeks. park for automobiles will be Mr and Mrs. Sawyer Smith and of mortgage 1 otes belonging to the a party from Barbourville passed association at par with accrued thru here yesterday enroute home Notice: Fair week there will interest. Of these $ l7,00o an: in from a motor trip to Baltimore, be a show at the Boo noway Opera 6 per cent five vear note-.- , and, Atlantic city and other Eastern house every night. All feature lUo, 000 and over are in 5 per plays. cities cent, twenty year tes. These Monday night, The Captive, 0 notes, ace rding to President R. Mr. J. A Proctor of the Quail A. McDowell, are abundantly sesection, has bought a Ford and parts. Tuesday night. Jim the penman cured and a ready market for will leave in about three weeks to drive through to Colorado where 5 parts. them is expected Wednesday night. Aristocracy he expects to make his future CHESNUTT KUSTE t 4 parts. home. Thursday night, The Lost ParaOn Sunday afternoon July 9, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mullins dise 6 parts. Miss Matilda Kuster aud I B.Ches were here from Stanford last Friday night, Thi Diamond nutt were married at thf home of week visiting relatives. Chris is the bride in Redford, Michigan. nicely located, is doing well and from the sky, 3 parts. Saturday night, Dawn of a To- The ceremony, which was simple he and Mrs Mullins like Stanmorrow, 6 parts. but impressive, was witnessed by ford very much. They are all High Class plays. a few close friends aud relatives F. L. Thompson Jr., R. H. MilAdmission, Children under i2 The happv couple left iunnedi ler, Herbert Cox End C. D. Sutton years after the wedding for 5 cents, Adults, 10 cents. ately are at Danville Eair to day. Willis Niagara Falls and other points McKenzie, Edgar & Everett Mul Committee Members: Wil-la- m where they will spend a pleasant Marshal Bulllitt chairman of lins, Lloyd Chesnut and Will Balhoneymoon. the general committee having lard are in Berea. The bride was a student of the Mr. and Mrs Chas. C. Davis charge of the arrangments for the Normal Department three years will arrive night reception in Louisville and at ago and has since been assistant tomorrow from Winchester to spend fair Hodgenville of President Wilson matron at the College Bearding week in Mt. Vernon among friends on the occasion of the formal ac Hall. She was on. of our most and relatives. Their daughters, ceptauce of the Lincoln Farm me- popular students aud young Misses Christine and Edna, have morial by the President on behalf faculty piembers. of the federal govennent, Sepbeen here for two weeks. The groom was also a student Miss Alma Carson, a sister tember 4,has appointed the mem- for several years Since leaving of W. A. Carson and a former bers of committee from the state Berea, he has been employed by comprising two citizens from the Government in agricultural teacher of Rockcastle, was the each county except Jefferson and work in West Va. The Citizen of Mrs. J. W. Brown gjuest Larue. In these instauces comjoins their many friends in wishyesterday. Miss Carson, who mittees had previously been apteaching in Oklahoma has been ing the young and happy couple a pointed. for a number of year, was on her The above article was copied long and prosperous life. Berea Citizen. Mr, Chesnutt is a Rockretut.n from New York City, iKoin Sunday's Oourrier Journal castle boy who by sticking close where she went to attend the Judge L. W. Bethurum and E. National Educational Association. to his work and specializing in S. Albright were named as the Agriculture has made good. His White skirts, nalm Beach suits official delegates from Rockcastle many friends in this county sport hats, white oxfords, at both ot whom expect to be present extends congratulations. SUTtfON & MCBEE'S. on the trip. i- W. M. Po nter has made additidays hauling on ons to his residence and store house tor m tue ine roaas wm ue ear I9i6, except where author- - j wni( n ds greatly to the appear auue ox nis aireaay well Kep and ized by the County Judge. Valuable oropertj,. Copy Attest: S. F. Bowman. C.R.CC. h- -s T J. Penn-njtobought D. Sheriff Cam Mullins has ad- C. Prices' property on West Main ded several special deputies for and in tin- deal Mr. Price gets Mr. Pennington lot adjoinim' W fair week and the best ot order is L. Richards. We understand guaranteed. The fellow who has an extra supply of white lightning that Mr. Price will rid on this lot. had better leave part of it at home, for Hotel Winstead will Every stockholder of the Mt. certainly be in readiness for all Vernon Fair Ase.atirn fs re of the law. quested to kenpasharp lookout for the hoys who try to 'et in over The Brodhead Fair is malting the fence during the Fair next special preparation to make the week When vou catch ' them time spent with them more pleas- climbing over t. ike the .1 out to She ant for its many visitors Office and eo tint they Ticket Their entire Grove of five acres buy a ticket. J a Court that only 3 next week. The Roberts United Shows, the Carnival which is booked for the Mt. Vernon Fair, state that they KJ are on the way here. These shows ' k fe & will run every night during the ff 3 Tin IW 1 aff hI Cm h I' I II jo nwci l"Jl lu f q 1 Ml Suits without vests, LIGHT WEIGHTS, light colprs, woven so the air can get through Al W y Ml 1(1 Am m 111 1 them, 1 nil v ill J WE HAVE THEM READY FOR it Rt fl i ffiiuiiirv sWlJ, IK fSJ mn Thobe who have not seen the triplet bojs of Mr. & Mrs. Joe Bolin of the Orlando section of this county will have an opportunity to see these three tine boys at the Mt. Vernon Fair next week. S' ' Bill I !' I a ' j -- rs Rtport indicates that there n 1i I will de forty or tlfty wagou loads of people coming to the Mt.Ver compet11011 Fair next Thursday ing for the $10.00 offered for the biggest wagon load brought in. Jwlrl tJB J.Lewis Cooper will be the tick- et agent at the Mt Vernon Fair An order was entered in the Fay- the first day, Oscar and Emmitt ette Circuit Court this morning Bryant the second day and F. L. authorizing Receiver Richard J. Thompson Jr. assisted by V. C. Colbertto collect unpaid stock sub Tate will sell the last day. scriptions to the Kentucky Rural Sheriff Mullins has already Credit Association and to dispose deputized a number of competent Special Deputies for the Mount Vernon Fair. A few good men who unow their business is better than a field full that do not kuow it in a case like this. The Mt. Vernon Fair Grounds were put in good shape Wednesday. The road is fine leading from the pike arouud to the entrance and as soon as the pike gets rolled down tnis week every thing will de ready3 for the three big days. Miss Myrtle Bryant and Mrs. John Ham will have charee- - of the Floral Hall at the Mt Vern0n Fair nPvf. YOU. They are cool, they look good, Jjfo j THEY ARE CHEAP at $5.00, $7.50, Hlv 4a and $J0. the suit, with plain or pinch back. SINGLE COATS in Black Abaca and Blue Serge at $2.50 and $5.00. Light Colored, 1 If COOL, COMStylish TROUSERS. I FORTABLE CLOTHES you need we would like to show you what we have. I -- g.,- JtiOSt l( LET US HELP YOU KEEP COOL TSSi. r. &js etj XmJ2Z' J g get sSgNstEwmoaSiEssss' .f5! MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN YOU COME to the MT.VERNON FAIR NEXT WEEK, f frjgrETra-rzsrerra-r- a I ZXJ H''7?V 1 wfik m rvnnt-wil- l list the entries and Mrs. Harp will look after the display. The Floral Hall has been enlarged and there is plenty of room now tor everything. There will be a mass meet ing at the court house tonight for the purpose of trying to perfect plans for carrying into effect the im provouients of Elmwood cemetery. All who are interested and evaiy citizen in Mt Vernon should be, are invited aud urged to be present Only the Price Has Changed Runabouts $345. F-O.B. ifii k1 MJ hJ II 'k m2S3HIE!S:' s$&g;s$ 9 ? $&m&$IgS!iilimiIHI a 3 Js at 8 o'clock at Court house. Touring Car $360. DETROIT ACT NOW fr m The Mt. Vernon. Fair Associa tion takes tbismeans of correcting a mistake made in printing the advertisment ot the Mt. Vernon page 360! the Telephone Co-o19 1 6 catalogue The terms are given as $2 for Business and Professional and $1 for Residence It should read 2 Business and professional and $1.25 for Residence Please remember correction when reading this ad. n These price are not guaranteed to last I j BRYANT BROS., Agents MT.VERNON, KY. IXSZSCSDs ggai 7 J IX r4frZttlZ'i323t??r!! Come on to the MT, H W IS &n & K-- Pi WT a - v K' The Stockholders, Directors and officers are doing everything possible to make this the Banner Fair for Mt. Vernon. The roads are ever. There are no more hard times and the Folks are coming from everywhere, Your friends will be looking for you Don't disappoint them. -- bet-tha- n C Remember the FORD and Come Every Day !-- s '- W' ADMISSION 25 CENTS 11 . Ml ' - . The Man With Million A Needs alcleanjbank, a strong bank, a the niaii with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind The Peoples is seeking y OUT business and is pre pared to care for it. Hill 9foyyaya3a $30cerf. SBANVtULtB OWENS UNDERTAKER in at the Rockcastle line as soon as the above cause, the undersigned, on t'le thing is a ro and Judge tninks Proprietor of Toledo's Biggest Tuesday, September 19th, le. between the hours of ten o'clock, a m , and two ,. . now that it is a go too. Then came Restaurant jepeats aaie 01 o'clock, p m., at or about the well Judge Ballard who talks as hour of twelve o'clock noon or as soon Hundreds of Men. as hu works and eats as well as he thereafter as may be convenient, will zens from Madison county and docs either 1 watched mm tor a is the farm for the stockman; a "About two months it started" sell at public auction, to the highest good farm and well watered and break dirt at the county line for while at it. He was followed by began Clarence M. Babccck. pro bidder, at the door of the Court House of Rockcastle County, Kentucky, atMt. Boggs. the engineer, of Madison, only a lew years to wait ' tor a the real Dixie Highway. prietor of big Cherry restaraut at Vernon, iu aid County, all of the g The men came not to a picnic who also Sii.i some good things. fruit joung fortune 312 Cherry street, Toledo. Ohio, property of every kind and description Farm No. 5 or 258 acres, ad tho the ladies saw that the picnic Then Herndon introduced him where more than 1,000 Toledars and whereever located of the Kentucky INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Portland Cement and Coal Comjany joining farm No 4, with one' good idea was not lacking God bless self and mar's a great speech I are ser ed baily whica dwelling house, Darn and 'store them but came in their overalls w.mt attempt to report it for fear "One customer after another irtftnc isI covered by a mortjjajje or deed a fa1 Tittm mm ...u:i. and hrogans ready to make the of leaving out some of Jakes , ... honse; 4 tenant houses and b'arns, V. . ..., would 'ive in his order and te'l ,, c.ui.im.u aim uciucjcu uy sttiu Ken good orchard; -- linown to be as dirt fly. And they made it fly in great ideas, pretty good ideas, too. how good he felt. tucky Portland Cement and Coal ComJake peddles that kind around good if not tfie'hest'stknd for mer- dead earnest. There were "I deemed that from day to day pany to the United States Trust ComWhen the crowd broke up chandise in tne county. Also Has thirty live or forty teams there I heard hundreds of men telling pany, of Louisville, Kentucky, and up the fragments, hitched up the h;w well they big strapping Rockcastle mules a good coal mine. , felt and providing which was duly recorded in mortgage book 9, pages 394 in work dress. There were wheel teams, took up picks 'and shoela it by their meals and ascribing the office of the sis to of theinclu.sive, in farm No 6 of !250 acres, 2 Clerk Rockcastle and during the afternoon repeated miles west of farm 'No. 5: good scrappers and dirt scoops and it to one thing Tanlac You se e, County Court, and being ali and singu& aa .".w'rSrNrs.'ai'iafefesSw valley farm, ingood state of cul- plows with sharp poiuts , spades tne woathy activities of the morn there are more than one thousand lar the lands, mineral and mining and picks It is needles to into further customers every day at the rights, and properties and all estatea"' W tivation; good hbuse and barn: and shovels the work of the good orchard; 1 tenant house; and mattocks to go round. Tha details adout Cherry Most of them are pre'ty and interests in all those certain tracti or parcels of land of said Kentucky The fellows were atfernoon. about i2o acres cleared and the men used them. busy, but they have time enough Portland Cement and Coal Company, Everybody came -- preachers, doct right on the job It was just a con to pass a good thing alon g. So balance in woodland. in, at Our line of Couch Caskets ors, lawyers, grandlatheis, grand tinuation of the forenoon, a dem- hey told mealout Fanlac, and situate County,or near Pine Hill, Rockcastle Kentucky, and all its town lots in Bethuf um & Lew3 onstration of the fact that Rock- kept telling me every d is uuexcelld riijht, title, interest and estate, either (y. Ky. daughters, young ;housekeeders, is Addition to Mt. Vernon, Hand-mad- e boys, and girls from the castle county purposes to put her offins furnishec "In door work and lo g hours at law or in equity, iu and to the same, and 1 lot in Jersey Oity. N. 'J babes, nk and their appurtenances, with all the teens down. Some sweethearts pirt of the Dixie Higdway ad brgan to tell on me prettv rights, privileges arid Ako have a few'hu'ndred adres'of Hearse senl to all parts of franchises of the God- - and share all honor were there girls hard. I Ind to drag in.eif Keutuuky Portland Cement and Coal desirable mineral rights to sell. the County. come from whom Rockcastle produces so and good results that ihrough the day s wmv. Kidnev Company attaching or belonging to or It is not wort'h while to spJat 'of well the young fellows didn't doing so. AU orders by Wire Promptly Filled louble was ciusing me fearful ex ruisableiu or aboutor in connection the water on tliese faVms, as'it is stop to John F. Smith. court; they only worked pains. I had no appe'ite and with the same, and all the income, well known that Rdckcastle is'Oue Berea College rents, issues and profits thereof, harder in their presence. couldn't sleep and the ooist'-mof the best watered couuties in the said lands, mineral and mining There was plenty, the grind had affected my stomach, rights, and properties and estates and this state or any other jhate. All Jlione 94-MT. VERNON, KY. CANNOT BE CAL'ARRH too For tour months I had Insen interest therein, and being in particular ice was sent up from the Col'ege of these farms are handy . to CURED (21 j parcels or tracts of a fine example of the man who is twenty-fou- r churches and schools and the ice plant, and like the old hunters APPLICATIONS all run down.' ' I had grown land situate anil being in said County moonshine, "bit right where it with LOCAL county has under considsration, 4 as they cannot reach the se t of nervous and had lost twenty and State, which are described more turnpikes out of the town of Mt. aimed," tue disease, greatly influenced bv pounds in less than two months particularly in the aforesaid mor,t The fellows drank tbisjbv s gage or deed t of trut, :ogether with Vernon, north and south, east and and worked in the 9O degree constitutional conditions, and in I didn't feel as if I had energy all the machinery, engines, pipes, tubwest. Several miles have been order to cure it you must take an enough to work a day through ing, railroads, mine cars, electric arid let and work already begun. sun until the sweat run thru their j J internal remedy. Hal"s Catarrh I wis iritated and far from be other tixtuies, tools, tipples, store Those farms are on the pike road boots. j to-wi- This farm is a creek Rockcastle tarm, running to the hilltops, Road-Workiwith some workable coal in the Kills: Also has a 10 acre orchard Rockoastle County today demset ont this spring, consisting of about 500 Stayman Winesap ap onstrated its intention to build ples fnd 5i o Elberta peacher, if its share of the Dixie Highway. Nearly three hundred of her cit all are true to name, with a guaranty from the company to prune zens came out to Scaffold Cane, and spray for II years. 'Holes early this morning under the ditec- weie dynamited for trees and tion of B. T. Monahan the road great care taken in setting the or- engineer. undJudge Ballard of the chard. Also about 6 "acres of county court to shake bands with a hundred and twtnt five citiother orchard on this farm. houses. The ng mightv little left. We'll, when things were in a sort if a lull Jake Herndon called for attention- - - Jake always does that in snappy Herndouese - and introduced Judge Baxter of the The court. county Madison F eeds Thousand 1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE. In the District Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Kentucky, No. 3067. But Hears One United States Trust Company, against j Plaintiff, Judge reassured the people that Madison will connect with road Story From All Cement 2c Coal Company, Defendant. By Kentcckt Portland virtue of a judgment rendered t, front-growin- 1 Peoples Bank sL-itt-- . UiHDSRTAKBB I thru-tha- rosy-cheeke- d W. A. COX, rexe-nue- s, t ice-wat- er S can-ful- Brodhead LINE Ky COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - yC X phone orders Promptly Filled SraHBB JB$iiitfc 3ec363'330if88o&3(c3gsec3Kx363e v apcsgacapee: xxyQ&y& ) JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE yc$3a&&&y &$3.'$3a A good line of General Merchandise leading south from Mt. Vernon, on the waters of Dry Fork and Skeggs Creek and most of this land is limestone land and fine producing and grass land. Will sell on easy terras any part of this land or all as a whole. Anyone wishing to buy. land, either for investment or home, will do well to call and go over thi land, and get my price and terms. For the who might know benefit of those these farms and locate them better by name, I will name them by their former owners: Tract No. 1 known as the Sand Spring coal fields; Tract No. 2 known as the Will Price farm at Sand Spring; Tract No. 3 known as the old Tommy Graves valley farm; Tract No 4 known as the K. J. McKinney farm; Tract No. 5 known as the W. G. Nicely farm at Hansford; Tract No. 6 known as the Mat Deboard and later the Albert Hamlin farm near Level Green. PERSONAL PROPERTY for sale on easy terms: 8 work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack bed; 1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire buggy; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 turning plows; 3 section harrovs; 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva tors; 4 double shovel plows; 4 bull tongue plows; 1 mowing machine; 2 rakes; one-hal- f interest in 1 bininch der; about 2500 ft. ot 1 iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon Fair Association; 1, 12 horse power boiler and engine; all of my interest in about 200 acres of growing crops, to be sold as it stands or so much per bushel a gathering time. 2 stores and fix tures, one store at Hansford and one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases 2 desks; 1 typewiiter; 1 iron safe; 1 share in Peoples Bank; r "share in Mt. Vernon Fair Associatlbn; 25 shares in Central Life Insurance Co.; 2 shares in Dpn Overland Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, lud.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural Credit Association. W. M. Bullock. Monahan was on the job directing work, Judge Ballard. was out in kh ika trousers and work shirt. Hedidtrt sit in shade talking pol hies, he worked. I helped him dynamite and dig out a bad stump and can vouch for his ability to handle the pick and run when the fuse was lighted. Three members of the county court were there McGuire. Arnold and Chasteen.all shoveling. Anj county officer whe comes from his crop or other business lays aside his laundred collar and shovels as much dirt as these men did deserves to be reelected. But why shouldn t they and every other citizens of the county lay hold of the pick? Rockcastle was doing her part in making great est highway ever surveyed in America and it is a credit to every man who breaks a jock or throws a shovel of dirt. Madison was there with Boggs (he Cure is taken internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Ca tarrh was perscribed by one of country the best physicians iu years. It is composed of some for of the gest tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination ot the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Cure is what produces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO, All Drugg-gistProps., Toledo, O. Family Pills Halls 75c. or constipation. te s FOR SALE. A five 100m cottage and six acres of land four acres in fine fruit, 1 and 2 year old. Some of the trees hore this year. A good strawberry Judge Baxter, county judge of county engineer. Jake Herndon was there as first lieutenant to Monahan. Jake didn't come alone but had a team of big mules and two or three boys on the job. and Jake a big basket of dinner, rgya3e30 cste8cBGc3 Farm Implements m&33$&3 &3CpCcC Kentucky Fair Dates For 1916. 22-2- always has the dinner along. Berea College had teams there and a lot ot workers. Dean Clark helpedjto stake off the road and direct the men, Marsh the RegisKnight the preach' r, trar, Gabbard the farm foreman. Hunr the professor and others were there in overalls and high-laceboots putting muscle on Dixie Highway. The noon hour will long be re membered, Tbegooe women of Rockcastle- - they always do the nice thing and lots of the women from Madison brought boxes and baskets filled with good things to eat as only'the womeu of these two counties can prepare. Dinfier was spread in the Imade of the old cburcn wnere ne spun ot ti e Lord has so often touched the hearts of His people' There were thanks to God for the goodj dinner, the good day and the go d oause and then the cause the, people fell to. I could say some numerous d -- 3&3!CC NOTICE! Having decided to go west, Law-rencebur- will offer for sale, privately all of Columbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, my property, both personal and Aug. 5. real, as follow, until August 15th, Lawrenceburg Fair Ass'n., and on that day I will close all Aug. 15-that remains unsold at public auc New Perryville Pair., Perry-vill- tion at my home, Hansford, Ky: Aug. 9- -1 1. Real estate for sale on easy Danville Fair, Danville, Aug. terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of 4. 130 acres, 4 miles south of Mt. Bullit Co. Fair, Shepherdsville, Vernon, with 1 storehouse, dwell Aug.l5-i- 8. ng house and barn, and three K. of P. Fair, Nicholasville, tenant houses, several good coal Aug. 29-- 31 mines from which Mt. Vernon Knox Co. Fair, Barbourville, and surrounding country get the Aug. 1. greater part of its coal siiply. Laurel Co. Fair, London, Aug. Farm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 -25. miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 K. of P. Fair, Stanford, Aug. houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in 5growing crop, 60 acres 'in grass Berea Fair, Berea, Aug. 4. an'd balance in woodland; adjoin MT. VERNON FAIR Ass'n., ing farm No. 1. so as to make on& Mt. Vernon, Aug. 9- -1 1. well located farm if purchaser Brodhead Fair Ass'n., Brod- should desire both tracts. Farm head, Aug. 8. No. 1 lies on east side of of creek Wayne Co. Fair. Monticello, and mostly underlaid with coal. Sept. 6. Farm No. 2 on west-sidof creek, Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, rather a valley farm, with some Sept. n-1- 6. coal in the hill. Farm No. 3 ot i9o acres, one half mile west of farm, No. 2; a TAKING BIG CHANCES It is a great risk to travel with- - good strong valley farm in good out a bottle of Chamberlain's Col state of cultivation and not very About 100 ic, Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy, much improvement. ob- - acres cleared, balance in wood-mileas this preparation cannot be south of Mt. Vernon, in tained on trains or steamships. in good state of cultivation, well Atfacka of bowel complaints are often sudden and very severe, and improved; 1 good dwelling house, everyone should go prepared for barn and storehouse and all other necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant Jhetn. Obtainable everywhere. g, 18. e, 2-30-Se- pt. 23-22-16-15-e -- patch of the early variety with sufficient plants to seta 15,000 patch this fall. A good well which might be termed a medicated kind. Fine for one with stomach trouble which statement is borne out bv an analysis made by the State, which I have This property in the Oil belt, or at least we have oil at 4o feet. Will sell at a bargain. I also have to offer, ?. work mares and 2 work mules, 1 wagon and harness, igood buggy mare sate for any one, 1 good Bohon buggy, with two sets of wheels rubber and steel, and a good set of harness, 1 Story & Clark Organ cost $ 1I7 Bl; ck Walnut Cabinet case and other things which are too numerous to men-HoPrefer to sell at private sales. W. A. Tyree, it-rig1 ing myself. "There can be but one answer to this Tanlac story that's continued every day," I decided. If hundreds of level headed men come in here and praise Tanlac and say it has restored their ap petites, toned them up, made them sleep and generally benefitted them, it must be true. So I bought Tanlac. Now I am feeling just one hundred per cent better. I have a good appetite. My work looks good to me and I have the energy to take care of it. Customer says to me. after customer 'Clrence what have you been doing to yourself that you have changed so?' And I like to hear it and I tell them I have been taking Tanlac. Get some, it.s great." Tanlac, the tonic appetfzer and invigorant that won this statment from a conservative business man is being introduced in Mt. Vernon at R. H.Miller, also at Central Drug Co., Livingston, and John Robins Drug Store, Brodhead W. M. Owens' store. Burr, Line Crab Orchard, S. E. Bros., Welch Berea: J. Reynolds and Son, Bee Lick. house, dwelling-house- s, office buildings and oilier lixed and detachable and movable property which may be now owned by said Portland Cement and Coal Company and which may be appurtenant to such interest in the laud, mining rights and mines of said Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Company. Reference is made to the decree and to the bill of complaint in the above styled action for a more exact and particular description of the real estate and other property to be (24) tracts sold. The said twenty-fou- r CHAMBERLAIN'S AJND COLIC, DIARR- n. CHOLERA HOEA RKMEDY. Every family without exception should keep this preparation at haud during the hot weather of the summer months- - Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-euis wo th many times its cost when needed and is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. It has no superior for the purposes for which it js intended. Buy it now. Obtainable everyv Brodfiea'd Ky. where. ADM 4 RECIPE FOR PLY PAPER. The following directions for preparing sticky fry" paper are given by Dr. Crumbine of the Kansas State TJOafa. of health: Take two pounds of raisins and and' one pint ot castor oil, iifat till it look's like mSifsses. Take an ordinary paintbrush and smear while 'hot on any kind of paper, ano!d newspaper is'godd, and place several about the rexun A dozen 'of ttfese "may 'be maaet a cost of one cent. H alf these pro- po?tiobsTmay "berrsed If this-i- s too mr.fi "A solution Vf formalde hyde, on part to 2O parts water placed on' blotting paper in saucers will serve the place of poison er Tor Infants arid Chfldxek The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A "things abotfr the way that din- ner disappRTed. - The men who had worked and the fellows who s A HACKING COUGH WEAKENS THE SYSTEM. Don't suffer wfrb a hacking cough that has weakened your system get a bottle of Dr, King's New Discovery, in use oyeVfb,rty years, arid benefiting all Vho vise it, the soothing pine balsam with tar heal the irrated air passages soothes the raw spots, loosens the mucous and prevents radlcirig the bodv wilh coughing. Dr King's New Discovery induces natural sleep and. aids nature to cure you. hadn't" there were only afe? of the latter turned on full steam staked their future happiness on the strength of the Walls of their stomachs and hopped to it. But 1 forbear to indulge in numerous sketches. I leave it to you good people of Rockcastte coiitfty to imagine how long it would t'aTce 25o hungry men and half as many women and children rwhoes ap jetites we're" fair to ttiSpose of such good things as we had there not a faulty pie, not a scorched 'fly'pUplr. , . onmnd SALE FOR TAXES. or one 01 my ueuuwea, t. - Will as go on a vacation or ctt PB, out Sloan's "Liniment' without Writes one vacationist: We use it tor everything from cramps to 'in&btT, bx J. toothache." Put a bottle in your tf.K. Flour bag, be prepared and have no $25 00 Amount Co. C. regrets. Cam Mullins, S. R mnftin and looked to me like being 'r'ef ular county couri day, offer for sale at the fjront ddor-- s of the court house inUl.YejnorlKy for the nurpose of satisfying tax es due on the Livingston Graded Aug. 28th MIS. it RATOR,S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all cepted. Guorqx W. WXX.SH. . persons Havrng claims against the Commissioner. estate of Sarah M. Keller, to Potcr N. Booth, please 'fife same at my office at Attorney. . Below, and all the address Ipven persons nfdebted v'to the estate of FOR FLETCHER'S trie above named Nlecedent will pfease Sail a'nd sfettle said debts. H.J McClure. Administrator. LOOK GOOD-KE- EL GOOD Mt 'Vefnon, Ky. No oue can either feel good or while sufferin irom SHOULD Get rid of that constipation. 60. ALONG? lifeless feeling by a treat 01 coutse ft siidultf! ot after a jnea of strenuous day wheu your muscles ment Dr King's New Life Pills. Buy a box take one or two nave Ibenexercised jotne fmntt pills torifght. In the morning an application of Sloan's Liniment that stuffedj dull feeling is gone will take the soreness and stiffness you-- feel better at once. 25c. away and get you in fine condition and at your druggist. for the morrow. You should also " lTHASf OIMI neck, backache, stings, ache. Stiff bites and the many accidents that are incidentalto a vacation. "We of land contain approximately two thousand 12000) acros, more or lesa. The said property will be sold in one parcel and as an entiret) and pursuant-tthe terms of the aforesaid judgment. The amount to be raised by said sale is the sum of $79 1, 966. 59, with Interest thereon at 6 per cent, per annum from July 29th, 1910, until paid, The Commissioner will require from each bidder before receiving any bid from him, 2 preliminary deposit of $5,000.00 in cash certified check. Preliminary deposits from unsuccessful bidders will be returned by the Commissioner at the conclusion ofthe bidding, 2a per cent, of the amount remaining due on any bid which is accepted shall be paid immediately after the confirmation of the Bale: a further 25 per cent, shall be paid within twenty (20) days after such confirmation; and a further 50 per cent of such sum shall be paid wjthin forty (40) days after such confirmation; provided, however, that the purchaser shall haye the right to anticipate either or all of such payments. All defened payments shall bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum, and be secured to the satisfaction of the Commissioner. In case any bidder or purchaser shall fail to make good his or their bid upon its acceptance by the Commissioner, by making the aforesaid additional payments, then the sums paid or deposited by such bidder or purchaser shall be forfeited as a penalty for such failure. If any sale, for which a deposit haB been made, shall not be confirmed By the Court, such d:posit shall be returned to the bidder, and the deposit of any successful bidder shall be returned to him when a bid shall have been acor-by CMldren Cry CASTORIA SaVsLInYmVntI?004 to-da- y, wduloTasdoii ISave vburT5atffgfe" A WnntleJfa sad all lrrecuIsritlM ortka Udacrsaad bladder ia both men sod iromea. UsatseM by yoar druxzlst. will be sent by Bail ea Ome small bottle U two Bawtks jnataegtsod seldom falls te eriet a can. Sead for testlasoaUls from this aad otber States. Or. . W. HalL XN OlWe Street, ti. beets. Xo. Sokbrdrwaist. Adv. THI troablea. dissolv backs, iktuaa-tirrTl. cox diabetes. wk as lame ?!& Texas Wonder enres kldser sad n d