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VERNON, 4lWC y t'l ry ,4it 4. :c ... :WMSJVr.MtaCAkIr- - -- nJ 3 ar.sn Established 1387 ',iasraseabuKnuttk. M.,frrv mi ra B&sIiSaSSaBSeSRKMK. f ,i n w p.., M VOLUME XIXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., IllIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1916 NUMBER 46 p kins, died Wednesday. Auirust 2nd, of tuberculosis. .hu had boon declining in healthll r tbree ut, of the Hiatt Homer ( : years and had bet-C(pi fined to section. uiiu every ounce guuu paxuL fflw cd Roberts m her room iijostly for eisht months, Whee'do i. nnrii few day ago, Si WJ Hanna's Green Seal Paint eives but she was patient and hopeful and v M 1 "tall ti plant in the ss.r'Js.- you good, honest full weight, without j W to the end, talked of ettin; well building rt e. tl- - vacated by D. -- &JSS any c ieap adulterants being added & and made plans for the future, B. .Albrigl t Mr Chestnut will 3 make it seem "heavy." k to mes-el'vwsf & yet she would say, if it is God's move bi f unily lien- 'd occupy ti The real test of any paint's value is wilf for me to go I am ready. the the second tloor c.f tin building in its ability to cover large surfaces was a member of the Christian over 'ho laundry We welcome as you never thought well, and right there is where Green church, having uriitcd with that thes good people, an h- pe that Seal excels. could be is fo church when she was a little girl. suc.'ss will be theirs. W. O She is survived by husbaud and Yad.u gave his Sund i.v School, command quick as It is made conscientiously to give M two little children, Hubert, age 1 2, class a motor trip to High Bridge you buy some Prince you good wear. vw&tm. and John, age 7, her parents, Mr. one c iv recently Wm. Francisco ' j. :rw?'rf " I a Albert and fire-u- p Vr-mxX. XX ' "7 rsssjj&t 7 P5 and Mrs. J. C. McGuire, with was at home for a few d tys last pipe or a home-mad- e whom they were main .j their week from Cincinnati, where he cigarette! C.rSZi7'&.A'.J7Lrj.i i Anna home at the time of h r death. has a good position. iv',S iSvtfE was a recent visitor to her Besides those already ruentioned Cass w ? isVi Prince Albert gives L. r5. iiilton a she leaves two brothers and six sister, Mrs "i you every tobacco sat.iju .rfj ti U rw.r f W. L Roberts and '& .L-- a .nrTrv, II sisters as follows: S. F. McGuire, Stanford. a.irftflSEy2iisara tm isfaction your smoke-appeti- te ot Irvine, Ky.; J. W. McGuire, of J . H. O vens have oj med a moat A 1 r-- k J W ever hankered psgrsa Stanford. Ivy.; Mrs J.M. Parsons, market in the Frith .tand next for. That's because -- - K .A "! of Wildie, Ky ; Mrs J.W. Sherer. door to Citizens B ink. Flarl rfk. IT it's made by a patented V!iHOn the reverie eide of Paris, Ky ; Mrs. R.R. Harris, of Leece v eut to 'etroit 1 few days of this tidy red tin tSi s$r process that cuts out Afrnn Okla ; Mrs.E.E Herrin, of ago to accept a position with the you will riad: "ProJ cess Patented July F. F. other Brcdhead boyfe W4 Cincin iati, Ohio, aud Mrs. Alvin bite and parch! Prince Albert has always 30th. 1907." which ur 47 has made three men Robbin.s sold to J. T. isiinnPSCDir ill smoke pipes where been sold without coupons or premiums. one smoked beforel fOhSbUflnlNGPPEAKD m Uarico, of Livingston, Ky. The Preachcrsville, sixty tv.Uigsby, of g o head of M luucioi services weie conducted .r arWe prefer to give quality ! sheep for 3400 00 .'he Rev. A by theRcv. Young, of Mt. Vernon, rvic s at the B. Potor. held and she was laid to rest in the m. iday evening chui"-- ' Ch ai. family burying ground near Livs, and little Mi Walter We promised in our ingston. daughter, Ine: . left the first of 1 last letter that we were going to last week for Detroit to join hor Mt. Vernon, Saturday, and you 8 would hear from us on that sub- husband, who is now located in coer3fo6C; $3oc&ac&:f the national joy smoke v the northern city. R. E. Al- a ject W G.Niceleyand the writer bright. E. C. Watson, A. M. has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it! (T jH ft. went on No. 22, Saturday evening, ?t; And that isn't strange, either. Hiatt, W. A. Robbins and John but you know that the train gets Robins attended the second day Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a ciga to that city about 5 o'clock, so our 8 If Fair last week. 01 the Berea BRiB&8fl aa Bay Prince Albert everyrette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince time was limited to see much of where tobacco it sold in Miss. Alma Carson, "who has t Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-o- ut toppy red bags, Sc; tidy red the town, but after arriving in been with her brother, W A tint, 10c; handsome pound certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment that neat little city we went to Carson, for the past ten days tin humid and coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. dors and that corking fine the court house to deliver up the M humilett tor Boone County where she pound crystal-glas- s Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story ballot boxes and there we met will visit relatives before return dor with top that keeps the tobacco some of Mt. Vernon's good citi ing to her home in Oklahoma. N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem- , lit such clever trim always t BOOSTING zens, viz: Ulerk S. F. Bowman. Miss. ii school taught z : Aud Pulliuir Toirether fcj Sheriff Cam Mullins, Clerk T. J. twenty five years in Gutherie, makes Our Town grow .and Mrs. El Hansel are visiting' Hiceiey and a lot of others with ' years in Bartfes- relatives near Mt. Vernon, and whom we were not so well ac Okla and two while the " Hand of A. ill also take in the Fair while on quainted, but we went up and ville. Okla since leaving Kentucky is fhvrys j ointing to Hig Values. quality'' twenty seven years ago. She was this trip. Mr. and Mrs. John Rraspod tue Jiand or UwtiojsrPss UV-MiS3brruci pal of the school ti?C - .Shearer, of Paris, atter.dfJ ive uiei'cnant;, .i r isn. una had z in Biodhead beforu sh left for uft" a iniin.Te bomctu!ii ood iroe over ,our here of Mrs. Hugh Jen- few words with his son, Bill, who 6c and his counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes kins la.,t week. Mrs John Haker met us with a smile. Then O D. Oklahoma. Whim Adams two sons who have made their and her two pretty little daughters Bryant came for us with his auto every customer a repeater. Make our Store a 1 V Prescriptions filled by an exper home in Indiana for the past two went to Mt. Vernon, Tuesday. Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to and we traveled over a portion of with relatives here for years are Miss bally Cook, of Tennessee, ienced get ported on good things. your business who has been with her cousin, the city and saw the new pike, a few days. We often wonder if which is something that Rockcas AVe are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, Miss Lyda Cook, has returned tie county should be proud of, and the property owners m our little Meal, Meat, Shipstntf, Hay, Corn, Straw, Fertown ever stop to think when home. The Primary last Saturwe wish to say that Mt Vernon far' they are cleaning their yards, forget to us about or tilizer, American Wire b'ence. Furniture, day passed off quietly. A verj surpasses our expectations in and dumping all kinds of trash V Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds ot" light vote was polled and no ex beautiful dwelling s and yards out in the streets in front of their Farming Tools. 4& citement whatever, hardly a loud lovely flowers and everything that property, that they are injuring Our doors are open come often look around word spoken. Wish we could have would make a people happy. We the looks ot their property,not im but don't t'eel that you have to buy. uist such a time 111 November. f gave a glance at the editor as wo proving it. We also wonder why V friend of ours at Brodhead has; passed him on the street but as we it is that the Board of Trustees ft DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. remembered us by senc'ing us a failed to get to speak to him, will do not .see that these property complimentary to the Big Brod- say we hope b3 the next time we owners, or those who W violate head Pair. We wish to thank our go to Mt. Vernon we will get that these laws, are not prosecuted? friend and Avill ay if it is in our ride in his car. After visiting the We are a shamed to have to call 1? power to do so we will attend the home of O.D. Bryant and shaking the attention of the public to Fair, as it has been several years hands with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, these things, but when folks .since we attended a fair at that whom we haven't seen since our wdl clean out their back yard place, but even back then wo can Ky. ILY boast of how well we were pleased childhood, we join our friend, W. and carry all kinds of trash, chips aud we aiesatistied that the Fair G. Niceley and we set out for rocks, weeds and old cans and TT T T "M" Q. C 'T "M" Cottongim went to Bereav Sunday home at Livingston. As there carefully place them on the iJrzSBk rT la. mw r UUU U1S DrOei" Ll.il! 11 d has kept pace with time, and we h- JT.n,rr O .Un nun K. jrmi fsr! wx were no f reightt coming this way streets it is time that they know uccu beenD"8ai infirmary home. viuu ""u" ! v in the He often hear it said that Brodliead and we decided not to wait for No. very sick for some time, is able looking at such other folks are seems to be getting along nicely has a good Fair so eeryone that -- 1, we will not say how we got to leave his room O. D Bryant, Mr. and Mrs A. M. cusseduess. Mrs C. A. Blanford and daught- can should go We are satisfied home, but our feet were mighty of Mt. Vernon, is on the sick list Hiatt, Miss Ila Carson, Everett 3 er, are visiting relatives in Louis- you will be amply rewarded. We 'ired and sore the next day. We Watson, and John Robins attended but he came down to our city Tueswould be glad to visit the Fair and W't 4 The Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" day. Eugene Orndoff of Marietta, ville this week. Mr. and Mrs D. meet our old school mates hope in the near future to visit the the Dmville Fair last Friday. and ' B. Kamho and children, 3 Mrs. B u4 The larccst and most costly stcamzr on any inland water cf tha world. Sleeping ateemmciiOhio is with his mother this week. little city again and learn more of Joe Riddle went to Detroit one lions lor 1W) passengers. H. Griffin, Misses Lettiaand Verga friends, and especially we would "CITY OF BUFFALO" H 3 Magnificent Stcemert ."CITY OF ERIE" He has a position as engineer in ",u low" a,m lb uuu peoiJ,u' day last week, that is he started Somraers, were in Louisville, Mon be glad to meet the Brodhead cor- $ that city. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. and made the finish about a day S CLEVELAND-Daa- y, - 8.00May lstto Nov. respondent as he is a stranger to day, shoppiug. Mrs G.F. Griuin Leave Boffalo 8:001. XI. Leave Cleveland P.M. K 6 JO A.M. b Arrve Cleveland Preston, of Cincinnati, Ohio, are 20 A.M. Arrive UcSalo S For Sale:- - House aud lot on later, making the trip on his and children have returned from us only through the paper but we U Connections at Buffalo for NiaRara iC.eti-- i andfinrlinl Tirapl Canadian points. Railroad Kalis all Eastern and visiting relatives here and at Quail a weeks visit with relatives near would be glad to meet him face to Main street in Mt. Vernon. Call motorcycle. Joe returned Sunday Bnflalo are good for transportation on our steamers. Ask between t yourrcadinx auent tor Cleveland and a ti. L.ine. ticnea via u. ticket thirweek. - Mrs. G. W- - Brown, Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert face, which we hope in the uear or address S. H. Martin, Mt. but did not ride his motorcyclo y Beantifnlly colored sectional puzzle chart, showing both exterior end interior of Tbo Great Ship "SEKANDBEh" sent on receipt of five cents to cover postage and mailing. Also ask of the Freedom section, was here Griffin, of Pine Hill, were in our future to do. d pictorial anil descriptive booklet free. for our Jones, Lon- - back. J. B. Frith was in Mrs. Nannie Jen- - non, or Mrs. . THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO T1CAH5.T CO.. sr ClaTclsJ Ohio between trains Saturday. W. H. town Saturday shopping. Mr. kins, age 29, wile of Hugh Jen- - don Kv. -r on 2d page waf -- SJVS'.TT? TV Til such tobacco enjoyment jours A 1MH z w BR OP H EAD n .t rew. &f l efssjssssEsa cn weivhi m P... "rrA S y - ? frZ 1 - X r? WT4Ul r-?f- MMm zsHHfr.ym x,a&iirfv525'55,f M-s- s lanna s j G1QQT1 1 - 5&' X2&m$sm i ?J3 y: it Sotdby ! J B. NOE. Mt Vernon, IwfMl A Kv. I 'cVr"y;i Sff8 half-poun- I nut THE "QUALITY STORE" 3i lis 1 sponge-moisten- er WHERE a MONEY b TALKS j u opcx3: I PURE DRUG We want ask c -- -- ..He thc-funer- FRESH Your man. Don't Kodaks Kodaks A '3 yj al Q QTSp. S. R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, - ysXtPJiyPARE $5.22 fe-DA- GRIFFIN & SON Living's ton Kentucky V ' rrrv r f -- la-i- ') , I ZiSfefeli SaeUafBh. RIIFFAI.O rasRffisssfesaf;2 BETWEEN .S?kw CLEYEIAND & 15th-BUFFA- LO tick-e- ta Ver-Harr- l Lnuis-Uoutinue- ur iVt 't -- "T-- Hi icwT?e?a ROCK CASTLE'S BIG BRODHEAD, KY. FREE Ladies n IXXIl l9l B ssm FIRST DAY and CHECK ROOM LADIES' REST ROOM R memo Midway in Special Park for Automobiles (Man in charge) Special Hitching Crounds. Two Brass Bands 90 ft. High Dive. One Orchestra. Trapeze PerBaloon Assensions Each Day. each day. Good water & plenty shade. formance AUGUST 16-17-1- 8, I9I6 and Ferris Wheel. week. No entrance fee charged. ROBERTS' UNITED SHOWS with 200 PEOPLE btund '" No25c Center Field H ADMISREON in Grove this year. Merry Go Rounp and 15c will give day and night performances the entire Reduced Rates On All Rail Road 'fr'. t'S Big Roadster Ring Each Day - i . -- e rfl L 3- - J-- " S . " JL- - 'C I . . ':-.- . sition as matron. She will be in Committee, Bristol Board of solution to the grave problem Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. of nine Trade will bring a, crod over ovhich has become an important Welch Berea: J. Revnolds and that state the entire term Boone Way to Lexington, meeting. one for the present and future Son Bee Llck whe.re the Tlln,ac Mr. and Mrs. T. N months. Friday, Aug. 11, 1916 Man explains its merits. were the guests c,t Mr and Stqrts from Bristol about Sept. 3. eat iaCe Mrs. R E. Albright the first of the Shert stops will be made at the That there is no question as to SOLDIERS MAY MARCH TO Published every Friday by week. Mrs. Likens is spending a vatious towns all along the line the rreritof Tanlac-i- s demonstrat- LEXINGTON. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. few days with friend at Junction and good road speeches made ed by the thousands of testimonial is becoming apparent that it Gity. Mrs. Richaid Albright is hum their cars. It is reported to the benefits derived from this ' the Kentucky troops now en- $1.0 with her parents, Mr and Mrs. H. that the motorcade will be joiued wonderful UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR reconstructive touicjcamped at Fort Thomas will not L. Tharp, at Junction City. by other cars from towns along which are voluntarily given bv be caGa to tne front untu Advertising rates maae known on The Rev. H. T. Young was in the line and trip made to Lex- men and women in all walks of General Funston puts in a oil town Tuesday. Miss Clyde Wat- ington. Mr. Roberts has had life and from every section. application for ,noro men. son returned from Cincinnati the mure to do in good roads work Hie Kind You Have Always Bought, and ivliicu Las Leen under! Thar me.in that, the men will "Modem ills." the title in use for over 30 3'ears, lias borne the signature of j 111 Virginia first of tho weeic, where she took and East Tennessee which stomach ttouble and its com M,e at camp for an indefinite and has been made under his MKMBKR OF than any other man in that terri- plications areuow unsually classed period, and the company and reg sonal supervision since its infancy. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION a special course in observation Yt cucUX, Allow no one to deceive yon in this. Js ruining the lives of a vast army iraental commanders are sugDon't forget the World's Fair is tory. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' are but The Rockcastle Oil &Gas Co. of people every year. pulled off here next week, and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of gesting a series of practice that this will be the biggest Fair have the machinery on the ground Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Catarrh which begins in the marches to put. the meu in good fur putting dowu some test wells 'head and extends through the campaign condition. in its history I in the county. On account of to the stomach, is the: It i proposed to march the If you are a live one, and want a the serious illness of two of Mr. throat Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregood time, be sure to attend the George William's children, who usual form in which stomach troops on short journeys at first goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Ife trouble is contracted. The delicate lenghteninjj the distance as the Big Brodhead Fair next week. is the Vice President of the contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otlicr Narcotic D Your friends will all be there, and B mucous membrane lining of the men become hardened until later substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms company, the starting of drilling stomach becomes coated from ca- a march to Lexington can be unand allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it you will witness the biggest fair in will be delayed a few days lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Just Continued from ist page. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and its history. Don't disappoint your as soon as Mr. Williams can leave tarrhal secetions, and food cannot dertaken. digest. Instead.it ferments, formOn this long hike of over ville last week on business. Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, friends, they will expect to see his children uhe work will assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. ing gases, and is the cause of inB. C. Anderson, tne ronnd trip, miles for of Garrard you. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. tense pains in the stomach and ab the men will county attended the directors leave their camp domen after eating. Constibation equipment and baggage hauled by meeting of the Citizens bank OUR BOONE WAY MAN GENUINE ALWAYS usually follows and wrecks the wagons, and the march will be valThursday evening of last week entire nevous system. uable in training the commissary Lee Robins was here from In Winchester Bears the Signature of Garrard county last week visiting The victim of stomack trouble and quartermaster's departments Misses Clyde and Goldie Perry relatives. J Egbert Wallin and becomes nervous, melancholy, has in keeping the men fed and will leave Tnesday for a week's son Orrin, were in Danville last an irregular appetite, and attacts equiped. The proposition for a series of week attending the fair J. H. visit to their father Col. R. R. of heabaches. Often the eyesight Perry at Waltonia, his mountain for left Jarrett Saurdf. f becomes aiferted in cases ot long hikes has been suggested to Charlston, V. Va. where he will summer cabin near Cruise, six stomach disorder. Relief can be General Williams. of probably remain the remainder miles up Rockcastle river from found in Taulac, the ideal recon of his life. Mr. Jarrett came to Livingston, Miss Goldie is the structive tonic, appetizer, invigor-an- t Th Kind You Have Always Bought this place fifty years ago and at representative of the' Lexington Otgan Called Hotbed of Diand rebuilder of torn dowu V THE OENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. one time was a prominent farmer Herald, at this place ,and is an X sease by Medical Authorities, tissues. . and lumberman. He has several excellent and valued reporter on .. Taulac is being intoduced in It is generally conceded by Mt. Vernon ta R. brothers, a sister and a number that widely read paper. H. Mil The Lexingto Herald's Sunday medical authorities that consider- ler, of other relatives in W. Va. MT. VERNON, KY also at Central Drug J. T. Tate who reached the edition had a splendid liue column ably over one half of the pop Co., Livingston, Froii tRooms over Baker' - tor and John Phone 49-mm ripe old age of eighty eight article on the bouthern Appla-chi- an ulation ot the United States is Robins' r l 53tnre Good Roads Association suffering from one tilment or years.died at his late residence oo--o LIH W. M Owens' store, Burr, Line & 2$P&P'&$y&$yC& in the Hiatt i.ection Friday mid- which meets in Lexington on Sept. another and of this great numnight. Mr. Tate had been an 5, G, 7 and 8th. The article gives ber of suffering people the unusually strong man scarcely a number of very complimentary major portion are yictims of XX! 2XZZXEI3XI3X&. being sick a day in all his life expressions relative to Boone stomach trouble. Through many years practical until about three weeks ago. He Way and your humble servaut as experiments, with the past med is survived by his widow, and being a worker in its cause, Russel Proctor, telegraph op- ical knowledge of rlie European a daughter Mrs. Bouge Phillips, a son J. V. Tate, and a number erator of Mt. Vernon, now work chemist at his disposal Joseph The average person is more cranky about his of grand children. Mr. Tate was ing in Eastern Kentucky was here Von Ttiruback, the noted chemist The standing of a Bank is detercoffee than he is about anything else he eats or mined by the law under which u oper and health authority, discovered a very prominent farmer aud one for a few hours Sunday. ates. and by tho ability and character Wiley Owens, who has been at the formula now known drinks. of Rockcastle's best citizens. He as of its management. was a member of the Christian Hazard lor past eleven months Tanlac. The ingredieuts for this Men are just as fussy about their coffee as they The conservative methods of this . church of Lancaster, Ky., and an was here Sunday morning on the Master Medicine were gathered are about their cigars, and women are just as finioicy Bank, its 1'ecord of 15 years of sucOdd Fellow. His remains were way to his home in Mt. Ver- from the remotest parts of the cessful banking, and the courteous about it as they are about the tilt of their hat, or a Jaid to rest in the Christian church non. world. Taulac is purely a veget-ibl- e treatment extended to all, are its best shiny nose when thev are shopping or calling. Joe Kuykendall, who was a cemetery by the Odd Fellow fraproduct and is compounded recommendations. Some people like a cup of strong, heavy Rio. ternity after short services by J. citizen of Mt. Vernon for some of roots, herds, flowers and barks YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, others demand the milder, smoother Kio coffees, C. McClary, the officiating under- years, was here between train vhich have been tested for their while others demand the delicate blend of pure flavtaker. The Odd Fellow lodge,' of Sunday morning on his way to therapeutic properties. He now of Vernon 3 ored coffee without the harshness and without weaki Lancaster, had charge of burial Pittsburgh He is running a barber firmly believes he has found the ness that sometimes makes people say '"That ain't MT. VERNON, KY. M services and were assisted by a shop at Salt Lick, Montgomery NM ceffee It's dishwater," number of Odd Fellows from Stan- county and has a paying business There is as much difference in coffee as there is ford, Crab Orchard, Mt. Vernon He askt to be remembered to Bol in tobacco, but it is just as easy to suit the particular and Brodhead lodges, making one McFerrou and all his other old W&VLai i coffee taste as it is o suit the particular tobacco taste, m of the largest processions ever friends L1KK whether it is for the straight article or for a blend. mm The Boone lesfaurant, on Broac-wa- y seen in our little town. Rev. E v. was opened last week by K. Pike, brother of our A J. Pike, WiM 15c He preached a very interesting sermon colorad man named Boone. rttilia'l-i'- f at the Bapti.t church Monday has a neat and clean establish 1 ment. evening. Mr. Pike lives in We will satisfy your particular taste. Get them at It is noticeable that quite a and is a prominent minister of the Methodist churc'j. munberof houses here still retain His family accompanied him here, signs over door, and windows etc making the trip in a Ford Theo. long sinse vacated by former The writer counted jA Get Our Prices and McRoberts, of Indiana, is with his occupants. sister, Mrs. J. G Frith, here this some thirteen or more on Mam S We Will Get Your Q K. and Brodway. The writer stopt iJ week. Presto n Overbay, an old Trade srrTgyrsfs citizen, of the at the expensive sign ot the Manand respected Negro-Creesection, died Sunday hattan lestaurant for a glass of 1 W night following a stroke of Par- buttermilk only to find it was iv Poultry Poultry alysis. His remains were deposi- now a g:ocery store wiiich had ted in the church cemetery near scft drinks but no buttermilk. One (H Ship us your Poultry and receive OUR STOOK is more complete than ever. Our his home Monday afternoon. J.D.. big glass in a window on Broadhighest price aud prompt returns IP business has doubled in volume in the past six Martin, Brodhead's tobacco manu- way, once occupied by Sam Boone H months. Our Goods and Prices please others facturer, is riding an Indian mo- in the plumbing business, was j2 ftiul will please 0u, torcycle now.--Mis- s Lula Jacobs, broken out and carrying the Sam J" TOtlniPoirl? daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. part of it away leaving the word nn YTvrTKSTn-N- mtcrp.h awt? 4V Jacobs, and Richard Morgan, were Boone which was utilized by a a 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. married last week. Miss Jaunata new occupant last week by simply Phone 52 MTJVERNON.KY. Tandy, of Milton, Kentucky, is adding the word " restaurant" H CHAS. L. DAVIS, Proprietor 'Phono 87 with her sister, Mrs. B. T. Young, ac'ded causing it to read the Boone John Stewart's : this week. M. H. Hawkins was restaurant. with home folks in Lebanon Junct- boarding house sign still swings ion, last week. Arthur Ander-sok- , in the breeze on Broad wav tho who used to live here, was John quit the business many killed Friday in Cincinnati, when moons ago. Dr. Myers' residencis delighthe fell from the top of a street car. We understand that he was ad- fully located on South Maple street says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in justing the trolley, or probably one of Winchesters finest resident-a- l writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's streets. Raymond, the son, is attaching a rope to the trolley and tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Lick Springs came in contact with a live wire. camping at Slate Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I causing him to loose his balance near Boone Gap, for a couple of thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles and fell from the top ot the car to weeks. Raymond is somewhat of of Cardui, 1 began to feel like a new woman. I soon breaking his a genius as shown by the output floor, concrete gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, neck. His father, the late John from his little work shop of doll as well as run a big water mill. Andersen, was killed by a train furniture, for which he finds ready 1 wish every suffering woman would give in the railroad yards in Paris, sale. In a communication-froGov; Ky.' several yeais ago. He had Stauley, to the writer appointing recently and with his mother, N Mrs. Mary Andersoh, lived in him delegate to the big S. A. G. R. Covington. His body was brought Association convention at w county he says: "'It is my ernest Lincoln to Goshen, X Sunday afternoon and buried be- desire that this be made the greata trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, side his father. A number from est and most successful good roads and it always does me good." here attended the funeral -- Walter meeting that has ever taken place Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, guaranteed to last price are Smith, of Crab Orchard, and Ben in Kentucky." Commissioner of tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Publes roads, Mr. Rodman Wiley Riddle, of this place have tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui a garage here, and are is also putting in splendid work for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing now ready 10 iook aiier any for the cause. women for more than fifty years. Grocery stores and restautants automobile trouble coming their KY. way. Tbey have had considerable abound in Winchester. , Henry Roberts Commissioner exterience in the business. Miss Ella Carson left Tuesday of Boone Way in Virginia and tor West Virginia to accept a po- - Tennessee, and chairman.of roads ML VERNON SIGNAL Li-ki- ns . Children Cry for Fletcher's j J I HEkHMB per-3ty-- ?--- ! Just-as-goo- d" ' What is CASTOR A R 0D HE A two-hundre- d Stomach Ills CASTORIA Endangered the Future Race T ( '3rDp rn r. tt ver In Use For Over 30 Years Dentist t- rii-nc- Riv-ifllioo- $ mm S0 KM8 rZSg I "Koffee Kranks' Clean, Strong and Safe The Bank Mt. BEEZIXZZZXZI25K . LUMBER -o-o-rrj Nich-olasvill- e, BUILDING MATERIAL Pilgrim Morning Cup 25c Zrr Rraalfact 'mm I g MILL WORK g it y MON DRUM STORES DS TWO IVI ggyrv. L NG TON, K Y. j A COMPLETE LINE OF i School Books & r ft nrr k Proctor I & SCHOOL SUPPLIES Sooster Tickets Mmm ZXEZEZZZNZ WSKKKESm $ ! Pioneer Drug Store 2X2 beib:xy-x- 8 S Tho Samp Ford I I It Always Helps 8 Only the Price Has Changed Runabouts $345. not Lex-ingta- n, Touring Car $36U. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! F.O.B. DETROIT 9 These ACT NOW BRYANT BROS., Agents MT. VERNON, a tSjgjgjgjgjlEigjBJEJEdJiiEw t - -i y I 5. V 9 I ORDER Never were so many people is ordered by the Fiscal it "Delighted" with the generous nervous,y eager to know the forCourt that only 3 days hauling 01 Ky, Aug. ir, 1916 motor-gif- t tunate' as were at the fair this Mt. Vernon is publicly heard. the roads will be payed for in the week. D. C. Price has bought E. B. year I9i6. except where author up "No. 79" wnen S The Big B rod head Fair is book I, Zf wan toCommun I T7f. Brown's residence on Old Main j lzed by the County .Judge. cats with SIGNAL ed for next week, heginn ng Wed street. nesday 16th, and promises to be Copy Attest: My, what a sensation to rule in S. F. Bowman C.R.CG s m the biggest fair ever pulled off by a car received as a present . PUfcLlO SALE iIulu,this successful association. The , a -ones friends. ' We will on Friday Augu t 25 management has spared neither , It is a car. time nor expend to provide tor iuiu, in our lamers in- n on Without ajar; the comfort of the bis crowds Copper Creek, known as the Henry Louisville &. Nashville R. R.Co. II is a Ford, Maddox place, offer for sale to the B B they have a right to exp-c- t. If there was ever a time when a I couldn't afford T ME TABLE. highest and best bidder the fo low The editor, printers and devil ing, Thanks. 22 5.10 pm like a vacation once and a while needed a few clothes and Don't be troubled with youi 1 pair 21 nwrtn 3:50 a m bay work mules 6 years 9 ZA and as it is not always possible to basket, coat, umbrella old and the harness. Sound and a m dinner . 23 sr-- th m? whip or other pack;ge;-- . pick up a substitute, it is some good, heavy work mules. 1 bay miB 10.10 is such sweltering weather as this week. 21 Sv.uth m t necK tnera at the check room at times necessary to have some mare 7 years old. Y , drives and , (as. Landrum, Agent. things undone in order to get a vf 1 Suits without vests) works anywhere; 1 combined UWc? Phone No. 8. little change. This we have done rlluf m years old a good one: 1 horse 9 3i Notice: I have opened a this week and the result the paper 4 Enter. .a Ibe .Mt Vtn.ou, Ky. fctoIire restaurant and grocery in the is late and news items rather years-- old;2 red cows w. igh Soo to light colors; woven so the air can get through n,ciiii:-ci.lb:- . tnuil Mutter. Miss Kate Moore building. I will 1. 000 pounds: 2.s milch cows one searce. Bat what we have lei tun- - ;..... ,. , 11 j offer nothing but the best in my done this week we will try to do giving uiiik alio uiie iresu aoouc them, .. P Y. H S 0 N A L o line and I ask your patronage. oept. 1st; 2 Webber wagons, in next. Ml Jll fi i fifcii i HI bplendid condition; i Spaulding in Ch.uley Thotiipscm, was here Give me a call. E W. Perciful. are cool, they look good, buggy nearly new, and cost $ l2o; U. from Lancaster for the week. Next Wednesday ine ladies will Mr. E. Bullock, . buggy harness, .et ol ,worlr har m- - a Hansford. Kentucky. Miss. Pat Perkins is visiting be admitted free at the Brodhead $7-5& ness, nearly new: 5 tons baled at. Dear Friend hersi;ser Mrs. V. G. McBea. Fair A big rest tent will be on It gives me grett pleasure to hay, clover and timothy. Mi s. Marie Brock is with the grounds for their comfort, and m name you as a Delegate to the 'I PY 28 and of sale: All over 81 the suit, with plain or pinch back I rclatMes tor a two weeks visit the usual courtesies will be exSouthern Appalachian Good $ 5.00 six months with approved Mi. and Mrs. W. H. Krueger tended to all. 'in Black Alpaca and Blue Koads Convention, to be he d at suitsty, unaer 5, 5.00 cash in mh 'm f Five acres 01 delightful grove Lexington, and sou Fritz and Mr. F Krneger hand. Kentucky, September II 1 1 lit m. Sr. were in Ottenhein Sunday. and unobstructed by the usual fA i i in ii n "i J. J. & Z. E. Brock, fj j 5th, Gth, 7th aid 8th. Colored, Serge at and was up from Stands and concessions, with am J. T. Gentry I sincerely trust that Gum Sulphur Ky ou will ple seats for five thousand people, Lebanon Junction Sunday to see be able to attend as I iel certain H. C. Jones, COMIf Stylish his parents Mr and Mrs H. C. will mark one of the many im the meeting will be vorv instruc Aucti plements at the Brodhead Pan- tive, and it is my earnest desire Gentry. JUST VilE THING EOR you need we Miss. Mary Davis, daughter of next week. The best water in the that this be made the greatest DIARRHOEA ,. S N. Davis of county is in this grove in abund road meeting ever hid in ti.is .. Mr. and Mrs JAU..4- iwo years ago 1 rvuuim Uaa a r 1 Ms Lancaster is with relatives here ance. would like to show you State. we have. severe attact of diarrhoea which Vice President Marshal will be for the week. Yours very truly, over a week," writes W. C. Jones .Jta A. O. Stanley, McFerron is home at the big Democratic campaign Sufoi'd, N. D. "I became John D. Governor of Kentucky. from Florida where he has been opening at Winchester on Sept-em- ! that I could not stand np er 9th, along with other years, principal of the Wild-woo- d four One of the saddest occurrences right. A druggist recemmended National and noted speakers. U4I1 School. Winchester is busily engaged that has ever happened in the Chanderlain's Colic, Cholera and Col. aid Mrs. Stanley P. Step- making preperations for the county took place Monday when Diarrhoea Remed". Tne first dose stud Dr. and Mrs W. J barbecue to feed the crowd An the twelve year old henson daughter of releived me and within two days ordt-- r has been placed for Chi.dressof Hustonville motored fifteen Mr. aud Mrs. lack Hansel was I was as well as ever." Many thousand tin cups and as many druggist tor the fair Thursday. over recommenden this spoons along with ten thousand Instantly kilkd by lightning. remedy because they kuow lhat O Harber, of Danville paper board plates. Leslie Mr. and Mrs. Hansel and their was- litre taking in the lair ana three children and Mr George it is reliadlg obtainable every FAIR JOTTINGS visiting his aunt Mrs. Georgia Owens of Maret burg aud h's where. i The Fast Bernstadt bard little boy had all been sitting on and other relatives. The Boone Way Association ihe porch but when 'he storm with headquarters at Mt. Vernon Airs. Jerome Adams was call. d furnished the music. last week to Mt. Carmel, 111., to-- Bob Walker, E. C. Lane, N. W. came up all had moed in the is now airinated witn and is i see her daughter. Mrs. C.H.White Rogers, Bun Gaines, and Bud house. The children were playing known as a Division of National ! to the who was very ill. Mrs. White is Dunn were here with good horses. abou- the house and were run- Highways Association of WashingThe i9iG exhibit of the Mt. ning back and forth onthe porch ton, D. C , the most extensive and reported better. Mr. Mose McNew returned a Vernon fair was the best in the When the heavy bolt of lhzhtnine influential road organization in came which struck the porch and the world. Coleman Dupont, ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT few days ago from blant, Va, history of the association. the sit daily until the 2ith day of CURE FOR CHOLERA Mt. Vernon had some as good killed the little girl, there was great Delaware good-road- s COURT ' where he went to see his brother man is August, i91b to register such MORBUS. Isaac, who has been in bad health show rings as will be seen at any no one on the porch but her its chief Councillor and Charles M. J. Miller. Plaintifi claims and proof. "When our little boy, now Mr. Owens who was sitting near Henry Davis, a of the county fairs. for some time. noted engineer of seven years VS -- NOTICE. G. S. Griffin, P old, was a baby he Mr Preston Pennington got the window was thrown from his South Yarnmouth, Mass , is its KIRB.Y, ) E. J. Ford and daughter of Commissioner. was cured of colera morbus bA THOS. chair and badly stunned as were president. It was thru Admr of Defendant. the road Chamberlain's Colic.Cholcru, aud Danville attended the fair. Mr. the Ford which was afterwords the others, but none were injured. oiganizations that Congress J. D. KIRBY. &c, ) was Ford was busy all the time show- auctioned off aud bought by Judge Wanted:- - If you have any InThe porch column was torn to induced to vote $85,000,000 re- Diarrhoea, Remedy." writes Mrs. All creditors of the estate of dian relics such as stone pipes, L. W. Bethurura. ing his line of Star Pianos and splinters and other damages done cently for aiding highways thru-ou- t Sidnev Simmons, Fair Haven, N' J, D. Kirby, deceased ara herein largo flint speara, grooved axes, Y. ''Since tnen othr members of A full list ot fair winners will other musical instruments. to the house. The sympathy of my family the various states have used this notified to present their claims pots and howls, shell beads, etc., Conn Brown is home from be given in next weeks paper. all certainly goes out to this valuable medicine for Aransas Pass Texas, to see his For Sale:- - Two nice bird bowel trouble wite good colic and against same, properly proven, found in caves, graves and old satisfac-tia- n family for a sadder death and a me on or before the 19th fields. Write to W. L. Griffin, parents, Atty and Mrs. J. W. pups. 0 months old, good stock. FOR FLETCHER'S and I gladle endorse it as a before greater shock could not come day of August, 1916 Somerset, Ky., and get his prices Brown. Conn is having splendid remedy of exceptional merit." J. H, Livingston, to a home than this one. Beginning August iq, lolG, I will on them. success in the Lone Star state. , Stanford Ky. t Obtainable everywhere. tHHHIMBIBBBBiBftrXTSSHcawTv-jctHtbti ifc.-M.- .. Mr. and Mrs. G. W Gentry who XiV--. left here six years ago and moved to Claremore, Oklahoma, are here this week oh a visit lo Kentucky relatives. They wili be For here for a month. jf M mmmmm Mrs. Martha Boreing Everer-solMrs. Vincent Young and Miss Lettie Crockett Pugh.of Lone don, spent from Toursdaj to SatGJ-lass-es urday with Mrs J. W. Rider, at tending the Mt. Vernon Fair. They went to Crab Orchard for the T hop Friday night. LOCAL MT. VERNON SIGNAL '" " W"i'i .mm i m i - 79 -- m - - FJmml Jl " CO i it T JLj I JsL sMm3L JlLJ iwSP man I ti.-.rt- n tt-A- 4 1 ..... I i7 Iff SMilmBr rmAAm. COOL CLOTHES LIGHT WEIGHTS, 1 . WE HAVE THEM READY FOR at $5.00, 0, :- m Ir A" K YOtL They BkJJUv THEY ARE CHEAP mum a $10 L rr 1 SINGLE COATS inf f $2.50 $5.00, Light ec--. - rr I" r COOL, TROUSERS. FORTABLE CLOTHES what LET US HELP YOU KEEP COOL - Fra-it-lii- SjtetiaOTieafflSS - MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN MT.VERNON FAIR NEXT WEEK. YOU COME r Cliiiareii Cry CA8TORIA m J I I I vK'-rw- For This Visit ONLY e, lBBii. emarkable Inir doefcorv Sate . This Visit ONLY Miss. Nola Jones, one time stenographer for C. C. Williams, at this place, and later filling same position in office ol county Judge Lee Evans, Winchester has accepted a similar position with a lumber firm at Cla3 City Powell county. came Maret home Winchester Saturday morning to visit his family We are pleased to note that Mrs Maret is improving. Mr. M reports good pi'ogress in the reconstruc tion of Clark county roads of "which four sections are under his supervision. Wiley Owens is at home from Hazard, where he has been operating a coal cutting machine at good wages. Wiley says it is a good idea lor every young fellow to get out and try the world alone for a while so as to value a home and what is required of one to make a living. OPTICAL CO of Cincinnati, Ohio, wishes to announc that Specialist and his Assistant will be in Mt, Vernon at the Hockcastl e Hotel, Wednesday and Thursday, August 16th and 17th. SHUR-FIin making this remarkable offer of $5 glasses for $1 a pair is simply to introduce our service in your community as well as our SHUR-FT- The SS Ei-sr- ia,t 1, i 1 OUR OBJECT T Our Optica! Specialist and his Assistant have had year? of e.ptri-eii(- e and you mjiy rely on tlu-n- i ahsolutoly. We will be pleased 'to examine all those who have eye trouble or wear glasses AI80-LUTKLFREE. We would sugc-t- , therefore, that you cull on them. 1 1 Jatnts from Lenses have met with great success by many persons who are Shur-Fi- t LENSES. Our now wearing them and are meeting with the same results wherever Our New Invisible Bifocals they are introduced. WILL NOT CONFUSE YOU SHUR-FIWill T L 01 C7! as well as other abnormal conditions of the Positively Relieve All Pains About the Head and Eyes lOOO c&m? &Jr&M, "'"MflOTMMMB-g- J eyes that Can be relieved throngh wearing of properly fitted glasses of quality in most all cases. , Don't Forget Dates Wednesday & Thursday You Can See Near and With Same Lense Far Andrew Gentry and son Robert came in from Hazard to be at the fair. Tbey have good positicn5 in the new coal field. Mr. C. has purchased a neat cottage and lot in that now flourishing coal city. A car shortage is giving some annoyance m that field at present The L & N has some 5ooo loaded coal cars in Indiana .which are much delayed, which adds to the phortage. ' II Ouy Work Is Guaranteed Beware of all persons Optical Company, A who call at your home and claim to be representing us, as we do not If your time is limited come early and avoid have representatives, bnt our Specialist at the hotel as we advertise. All Orders taken delivthe rush, ered bv insured narrel non. Adduce 11 r.r.mtnnmnf;o Mo"r. nfflo RECEPTION ROOM, HOTEL PARLOR Shur-F- it Cambridge Building, CINCINNATI Ohio We would ask you not to'permit our remarkable offer to conflict in your mind with most optical establishment 5.00 and in some cases even mare. This is the first time to such offers, that have been made at drug stores and such other places by men who other are not our kuowledge that such an offer has been made by responsible people who will stand back i responsible nor established anywhere, nor d.o they they claim to be. A3 to ourselves we are louj. taeu vvuru ana uannuu do oruuaeu as mttirs u:j sume nave, vte wis maice tncse prices cated and established both. We guarantee our work and glasses both, for FIVE YEAR in TBIS VISIT ONLY, and no more. Call and see, us and we will explain how the e special writing and as to our responsibility of our guarantee' we will give bankable reference to prices can be made. You are not obliged to buy glasses and all EXAMINATIONS ARE ., . .. ... .. . a 'those. nyirinpr samp. Ttioco hooc wc .r. '" noi.cj A RRnTTTTT?! .V T7PT7T7 ...... die iiuverrsiny , nrp inn , nnr r.hor. nctm Mr at" a. : ' "JuM.i. cn . w That the above offer of $5. eye glasses for $1 air is for this visit only. Special prices on Optical Regular flillother olasses ofour nrst Woik. to Mtv prices prevail after visit Vernon.' REMEMBER For Five Years August 16th & 17th Rockcastle Hotel OFFICE 830 HOUKS: A.M. to 8:00 P.M. ... fcjiJ8i6i fz&' , .rf -- 1? ;it's$"-- " M"--" u V . I ySrgjQQwr 88 This farm is a creek running to the hilltops larm, houses. with some workable coal in the hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard sot out this spring, consisting of about 500 Stayman Winesap apples and uoo Elbertn peaches, if all are true to name, with a guaranty from the company to prune ami spray for 3 years. Holes voie dynamited for trees and jireat care taken in setting the or chard. Also about 0 acres of other orchard on this farm. This is the farm for the stockman; a good farm and well watered and only a few years to wait tor a jonng fortune from growing fruit Farm No. 5 or 25S acres, ad joining farm No 4, with one good dwelling house, barn and store honse; 4 tenant houses and barns, good orchard; known to be as good if not the best stand for mer- cuandihe in the county. Also has I The Man With Million A Ml EXPERT 1 HOI FOR EFRCiiCY PI Needs a!clean bank, a strong bank, a the man with a progressive bank hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind, The Peoples is seeking y our business and is pre pared to care for it. INTEREST PAID MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK SAY IT WILL AID CONSUMERS. I INSURES STANDARD QUALI" m Peoples Bank ii ""ifs-- &A & tmesmM PVFTt,7lT I ii aii $ aa )) rifvt3fifiCf?'T?W'9?S Ml ? All Phone I'lU&MiSjJs 94-S ;t orders by Wire Promptly Filled M of Rockcastle Countv. Kf.ntu.rkv at Ait Vernon, in said County, all of the property of every kind and description Mrs. Christine Frederick, houho! and whereever located of the Kentucky-pareON TIMK DEPOSITS ellick'nr. expert aiul consulting liou Portland Cement and Coal Company hold editor of the Ladies Iioint' .loi whiea is covered by a mortgage or deed tin!, the New York Evening Sun, Sue NOTICE, oftrust dated June 1st, 1912. whirh was ADMINISTRATORS ccssful Fanning, and various othiv executed and publications, recently appeared befon Notice is herebv given to all I tucKy Portland delivered liv s.iiil KVn Cement and Co.il Com the Interstate aud Foreign Com::iem persons having claims against the pany to the United States Trust Com-- . Committee of the Hnne of Itepie to pany, of Louisville, Kentucky, and estate of Sarah M Kellt-r- , seutalives In Washington in supror a good coal mine Stephens-Ashurs- t of the bill. Till. please tile same at my office at which was duly recorded in mortgage 31S to 39-inclusive, in Farm. No. 0 of 250 acres, 2 measure, according to its title, is de the address aiven below, and all book 9 P3 signed "To protect the public again offi,of lhe Clerk of lhe Rockcastle j miles west of farm No. 5; good dishonest advertising and false prepersons indebted to the estate of . rnnnf.v PaiiW q1 K; .,., ouu wing a,u unu, singuvalley farm, in good State of cul- tenses in inerchaii'lising." the above named decedent will lar the lands, mineral and mining The bill will legalize standard, uni tivation; good house and barn; please call and settle said debts. rights, and properties and all estates form prices and prevent price cuitiir 1 good tenant house; of trade marked goods by big citj H. J McClurk Adnnnistrator. and interests in all those certain tracts fveV. Ihomai Uliflord will preajh or parcels of land of said Kentucky about i2o acres cleared and the stores for the purpose of giving th Mt Vernon, Ky. Portland Cement and Coal Company, false impression that all their otlici at Hopewell Saturday and Sunday. Our line of Ooucli Caskets tut balance in woodland. articles are proportionately low The Baptist Association will be situate in, at or near Pine Hill. Rock- 3 town lots in Bethururn & Lew'cttstle County, Kentucky, and all its i'rice euttinj. Is merely bait to hm ne'd at Fla. Rock in September CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP. is, un excel lo is Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. "ustomers so that articles of inferior right, title, interest and estate, either Hand made ' 'oih'ns funiishec W and 1 lot in Jersey City, N. J. merit may be substituted at high Rev. Caimical filled his appoint at law or in equity, in and to the same, To Remove "For Rent" Signs. prices. inent at Sinking Valley Saturday and their appurtenances, with all the By E. T. TODEY, llear-- e sent to all parts ol ijA AlbO have a few hundred acres of "I appear before the committee rights, privileges and franchises of the and. Sunday. A. C. Sowder of President Rpa! Estite Bureau, purely in the interest of the -- the County. u desirable mineral rights to sell. I.ill'e nck. Ark Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal It. Vernon spent Saturday and said Sirs. Frederick, "and I of do It is not worth while to speak Company attaching or belonging to or It is not surprising that houses not care about the rights or wrongs Sunday with his daughter Mrs. which are tor rent should be exercisable in or about or in connection the water on these farms, as it is Alfred Barnes. s. because in most without with the same, and all the income, revewell known that Rockcastle is one cases Mich houses are nnpainted. The present hot spell has been nues, rents, issuer and prolits thereof, ' of the best watered couuties in the steps ate rickety aud the the said lands, mineral and mining the hottest that has been in porches not iu repair. " Consumers in Small Towns and Rir Communities Are Victims 0 D crimination by Big Store Mcthc' Which Encourage Substitution Unidentified Goods at High Figun or-ba- rd; George Barnes Thursday afternoon with her sister, Miss. Cora Stokes who is seriouslv ill at the home of her brniher John W. Stokes at. Mt. Vernon. Mr.and Mrs. Eugene Stokes aud spent Saturday Sunday with Mr. and Mrs George Perciful. Hughie, the eleven months old child of Rev. and Mrs. C. K. Carmical is very sick. Mrs, Tames Nicelv of Butler, is visiting her sister Mrs. George Barnes. Miss. Bertha Carmical spent Monday night with Mrs. Eliza Gentry Micajah Mrs. Sowder and children spi ut Saturday with vlrs. jeny Rash Joe Hines continues in very poor health. Married at the home of Rev Carmical, August 4th, Mr Willie Rowe age thrrt.f and Miss. Cora Arnold age nineteen. Mrs Sam McClure is very sick. The drouth is greater in this part than it has been for some time -Shirley and Russel Carmical spent Sunday with Russel Barne?. Mrs. HOPEWELL spent SHOULD SLOAN.S LJNIMEFT GO ALONE? Of course it should! For after a strenuous day when your muscles have been exercised to the Jim t an application Slonn's Liniment will take the soreness and stiff ness away and get you in fine shape for the morrow. You Should also use it for a sudd n tattact of toothache, stitfne k backache, stings, bites and t' e . mam ac:identb that are incidei.- tal to a vacation. "We would as soon leave our baggage as go on a vacation or camp out with, ut ne Sloan's Liniment." Writes ....;.. ?. r.. ...it use it ior every vacationist, thing from cramps to toothache.1 l'Ut a bottle in your bag. Be pre- and have no regret. WHLMISSIOXEITS SALE. In the District Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Kentucky, No. 30O7. Unitkd States Trust Company, aeain-- t Plaintiff, Cement ",)ove . unsigned, on Septeuilier 19th, 19'C, between tne nours of ten o clock, a m , and two o'clock. P m , to wit. at or about the hour of twelve o'clock noon or as soon tnereafter as may be convenient, will Kentucky Portland & Coal Company, Defendant. v5rtue of a judgment rendered in B' Je Tl""-Jua- y. ?!"at PMIc bidder, auction, to the hight at the door of the Court Tirm j,.... d 1 II -- con-iumer- ," m ten-.nt- VERXOxY, KY. Wtf . ISfc .4 g:QP I j5p3c& I jS? ibag I Xj6l&PC&: $ UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky LINE WENS COM PLETE Gaskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled 3oc$E6c3fcod& -- 3cpr:: r -- M W Ar tfT6rv.lar-5Qt-JSna- iJA?-vA'-rsAr-r ft TTTrA ? Bai Qirvrikr wnTlXTX(.wrlX-!1?tw- .- v- . 'Arsr-A?ri-A"&o- to ;i!h1hrr54r&-3Chrrflf!S c W ? n c a THE OLD RELIABLE 16 h?9f&G$y& jeerso: k a$ 3fjz$&$px& -- inw fiW McKE 3ii p. .5 &. tJ-ccpc- - r"l i.'L 3Pr38r3c3?:C3eC A gooa ime or A General Merchandise . this state or any other state. All of these farms are handy to churches and schools and the county has under consideration, 4 turnpikes out of the town of Mt. Vernon, north and south, east and west. Several miles have been work already begun. let and Those farms are on the pike road leading south from Mt. Vernon, on the waters of Dry Fork and Skeggs Creek and most of this land is limestone land and tine producing aud grass land. Will sell on easy terms any part of this land or all as a whole. Anyone wishing to buy laud, either for investment or home, will do well to call and go over thi land, and get my price and terms. For the might know benefit of those who 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 larm; Tract. No 4 known as tbe 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: S work mules; 4 wagons; 1 hack bed; 1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire buggy; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 turning plows; 3 section harrovvs; 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. of 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 fixtures, one store at Hansford and one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases 2 desks; 1 typewriter; 1 iron safe; 1 share in Peoples Bank; 1 share in Mt.. Vernon Fair Association; 25 shares in Central Life Iusur-anc- e many years. We vavvv. v.v.sv '.', VV.- - MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK. of retailer or manufacturer except as they affect the consumer. There is great need that the woman consumer, who spends most of the family income for articles used in the home, should be able to buy with the least extravagance, the least ineflieiency and the least waste. I believe that a uniform price on an identified article is one of the chief means by which this most desired end can be obtained." Mrs. Frederici; declared that the passage of the Stephens-Asburbill will result in greater household in buying for the following st elli-clen- tlOW'S THIS offer Hundred One Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Hall's Catarrh Cure Catarrh Cure has taken by catarrh sufferers for the past 35 years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hal l's Catarrh Cure acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expedinc the aud Poison from the Blood healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Cute for a short time you will see a gTeat improvment in your general healtht Start akinsr Hall's Catarrh Cure at once and get rid of 'catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. & CO., CHENEY F. J. Tolebo, Sold by all Ohio. The number of vacant houses in any city is largely due to the negligence of the landlord himself. I recently took two ladies out, trying to Ami for them a desirable six or seven room house to rent. I was minble to tind anything to suit them, either on my own list or on the lists of )ther real estate linns, and these ki'liei were not exacting .'11 the' - wants. They were shown a few htitises of the desired size, but the houses were not In .00J condition. It is true that some of the landlords say they are willius to make certain repairs for a good tenant, but It lws Ixfii my experience after years la the business, that It Is best to put your house In attractive shape first and you will iu:cl:!y got a tenan- Houses that are kept and painted not only rent better, but they greatly improve the look.--, of the city. re-air- el i MERE'S WORK FOR ALL IN CLEAN nruggist, 75c. FOR SALE. THIS CAMPAIGN reasons : First, it will help the consumer establish a. standard in all pur- UP AND PAINT UP. CS-2dS:'V-ij$- fftVri-..,-w- '5. .. HKl&AL- - KMUJf JUft - XJ!&JJ!K v. 3cxs?dok33c$3c& -- AVJ'iV..'i,v.WW-T'KV.f.V., , ' "VJ $$J-&Lfe2- w & 5f Farm Implements r393C0CV fe9c9to)c3e3cafcd Kentucky hair For 1916. :c?efocr3ccc R I"X3xf5V Dates NOTICE! Law-roncebur- Having decided to west, will offer for sale, privately all of Columbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, both pnrsonal and j my property, Aug. 5. real, as follow, until August loth, Lawrenceburg Fair Ass'n., and on that day I will close all Aug. 15-unsold at public aucBulht Co. Fair, Shepherdsville, that remains tion at my home, Hansford, Ky: Aug.lo- - iS. Real estate for sale on easy K. of P. Fair, NicholaSville, terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of Aug. 29-- 31 130 acres. 4 miles south of Mt. Knox Co. Fair, Barbourville, Vernon, with 1 storehouse, dwell Aug. 1. ng house and barn, and three Laurel Co. Fair, London, Aug. Co.; 2 shares in Don Overtenant houses, several good coal -land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, - 0' mines from which Mt. Vernon K. of P. Fair, Stanford, Aug. 3 in Kentucky Rural and surrounding country get the lud.; shares 5Association. Credit Fair Ass'n.. Brod- - greater part of its coal suply. V. M. Bullock. Farm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 head, Aug. 1G-Wavne Co. Fair. Monticello, miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 houses, 1 barn, about !35 acres in Sept. 8. I Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, growing crop, 60 acres in grass , For'Infant8 and Children, and balanqe in woodland; adjoin kept. n-1- 6. The Kind You Have Always Bought ing farm No. 1. so as to make one wBY ENDURE SUMMER well located farm if purchaser Bears the COLD? should desire both tracts. Form Signature of It isn.t necessary to have a No. 1 lies on east side of of creek stuffed head, .running nose, t and mostly underlaid with coal. A COUGH HACKING cough your bead off as it were Farm No. 2 on west side of creek, WEAKENS, THE SYSTEM All you need is to use Dr. Bell's rather a valley farm, with some Don't suffer vjth a hacking cough The nothing C03i in tbe hili that has weaTrened your system . and healing' balsam opeus the Farm No. 3 ot i9o acres, one Get a bottle of Dr. King's New clogged air passages and in a half mile west of farm, No. 2; a Discovery, ia use for over 4o short time you get relief and good strong valley farm in good years, and benefiting all who ctnrt nn frtiO marl to rprnuprv Your nose stops running, yon state of cyltivationnd not verv use it, the soothing pine balsam irritated couprh less and you know vouirnuch improvement. About 100 with tar i 'heal the are getting better Get a bottle, acres cleared, 'balance in wood air passages soothes the raw use as airecea Keep wnap ismjjes south of Mt. Vernon, in spots, loosens the mucous and left as a cougn and cold insurauce in good sfcate of cultivation, well prvents Tacking the body improved; 1 good dwelling house, with coughi g. Dr. King's New baru and storebonse anctVll other Discovery induces natural sleep FSR FLETCHERS necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant and aids nature to cure-y.ou- . 22-2g, 18. 30-Se- pt. 23-218. n--- CASTOR A c&K chasing. Second, it will guarantee to the consumer a continuance of those standards once they are established. Third, It will give a wider distribution to more kinds of products that the consumer daily buys. Fourth, it will save the consumer's money because the fixed price will guarantee a permanent, dependable supply of articles. Fifth, it will be especially helpful to farm women and small town consumers who are now victims of discrimination. Sixth, it will make It possible for the homemaker to practice more efficient and less wasteful buying methods. Seventh, it will guarantee to the consumer that the goods which she buys are made under honorable standards of manufacture, fair pay and sanitary conditions. In her argument for Identified articles Mrs.' Frederick said it was admitted that cut prices tend to drive such articles from the market and she was merely showing the interest that the consumer has In having articles she buys so marked and branded that they can be Identified. "Suppose, for the sake of argument, that there is no such thing as an identified article." said Mrs. Frederick. "If there is no means of Identifying, say, a pound- - of butter or a pair of hosiery, then every purchase of one of those necessities becomes an experiment In each case I must make a test which takes time, trouble and money and which is worthless In the end because, should I find the article satisfactory, I can't be certain of getting the same thing again; and if It is unsatisfactory I can't be certain of avoiding it. I do not see how you can have a standard quality without a standard price. The trade mark on an article, the approved standard price and standard quality, protect the consumer because they are a guarantee that the manufacturer will continue that standard. "I'rice Juggling destroys the standard which manufacturers have set aud tempts them sometimes almost forces them to lower the quality What Incentive can a manufacturei have to keep up a high standard of quality if the price Is constantly cut." A five 100m cottage and six acres of land four acres in fine fruit, 1 Women Can Take a Leading Part In y Tl is Movement For Beautiful, and 2 year old. Some of the trees and Safe Home Towns. bore this year. A good strawberry patch of the early variety with By LOUISE KERPES, Chairman Civic Committee. Ohio Federation of sufficient .plants to seta 15,000 "Women's Clubs. patch this fall. A good well which Women are housekeepers. They an might be termed a medicated kind. apt to see nioie clearly the need of Fine for one with stomach trouble municipal housecleai Ing than are men. Through our clubs we have an excelwhich statement is borne out bv lent opportunity to lead In "Clean Up an analysis made by the State, and Paint Up" work. Here are some which I have This property it pointers for women who would help regenerate their community with right in the Oil belt, or at least we real "Clean Up and Paint Up" cam-a paign: have oil at 4o feet. Each campaign involves the renovaWill sell at a bargain. 1 also baVc tion of the interiors of buildings as to offer, ?. work mares and 2 work well as yards, streets and alleys. The removal of all rubbish and usemules, 1 wagon and harness, I good less things Is most important buggy mare sate for anv one. Some revenue can be derived from 1 good Bohon buggy, with two sets thQ sale of waste paper. During the "Clean Up and Paint Up" of wheels rubber and steel, and a campaign is a good time to have rubgood set of harness, 1 Story & bish cans placed upon street corners, Clark Organ cost $ 1I7 Blf ck Wal- for the deposit of paper. nut Cabinet case and other things Nothing will do more to Improve the appearance of a town than the liberal which are too numerous to men-I:ouse of Prefer to sell at private and unsightly outbuildings should be torn down. sales. Business houses need attention. RubW. A. Tyree, bish accumulates In cellars, under Brodhead Ky. stairways, In storerooms, passageways, and in the rear of hotels and restaurants. Look out for RATS here. RECIPE FOR PLY PAPER. A clean yard Is not sufficient; It The following directions for should be pleasing to the eye. Plant preparing sticky fly paper are grass and flower seeds. Sod bare spots In lawns. Plant shrubs, vines aud trees. given by Dr. Crumbine of the The thresholds of a town should be Kansas State Board of health: made Inviting to the visitor. Take two pounds of raisins and This Is u good time to find out about sanitary ordinances of town. and one pint ot castor oil, heat to- the about the regulations the regard In How gether till it looks like molasses to garbage collection, the use of closed Take an ordinary paint brush and garbage cans, manure piles, spitting, toilets, etc.? Are they adequate? Arc smear while hot on any Kind of they enforced? Appoint a committee paper, an old newspapeHs goid, on this MiWect. Have the ordinance and place several about the room. published and distributed widely. It Is very important that the "Clean A dozen of these may be made' at Up aud Paint Up" idea be Impressed a cost of one cent. Half thesepro-portion- s upon the minis of school children. may be used if this is too THE BEST LAXATIVE much. A solution of formaldeTo keep the bowels regular hyde, one part to 2O parts water sauc- the best laxative is outdoor placed on blotting paper in ers will serve the nlacCof poison exercise. Drink a full glass of Sanl-tfc.-n. paint-Usele- ss rights, and and estates and interest therein, and being in particular twenty-fou- r panvls or tracts of land situate and being in said County and State, which are described more; particularly in the aforesaid mort gage or deed of trust, Together with all the machinery, engines, pipes, tubing, railroads, mine car3, electric and other tixtnres, tools, tipples, storeoffice buildings house, dwelling-houseand other lixed and detachable and movable property which may be now owned by said Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Compauy and which may be appurtenant to such interest in the laud, mining rights and mines of said Kentucky Portland Cement anU 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 sold. The said twenty-fou- r (24) tracts of 1,'intl contain approximately two thousand (2000) acros, more or less. The said property will be sold in one parcel and as an entiretj and pursuant to the terms of the aforesaid judgment. The amount to be raised by said sale is the sum of $791,966 59, with Interest, thereon at 6 per cent, per annum from July 29th, 1916. until paid, The Commissioner will require from each bidder before receiving any bid from him, a preliminary deposit of $5,000 00 in cash or by certified check. Preliminary deposits from unsuccessful bidders will be returned by the Commissioner at the conclusion of the bidding, 25 per cent . of the amount remaining due on any bid which is accepted shall be paid immediately after the continuation of the sale: a further 25 per cent shall be paid within twenty (20) days after such confirmation; anda further 50 per cent, of such sum shall be paid within forty (40) days after such continuation; provided, however, that the purchaser shall have 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 dejKJsit has be-made, shall not be confirmed by the Court, such dsposit shall be returned to the bidder, and the depositof any successful bidder shall be returned to him when a bid shall have been acs, n V- - cepted. George W. Welsh, Percy N Booth, Attorney. Commissioner. OL.ild.ren Cry "LOOK GOOD Jj'KEL. GOOD C ASTO R A 1 FOR FLETCHER'S No one can either feel good nor look good while suffering from constipation. Get rid of that tired draggy, lifeless feeling by a treatment of Dr King's New Life Pills. Buy a box take one or two pills to night. In the to-da- Pine-Tar-Hone- y. ! : lV, GAS.T05. SALE FOR TAXES. I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday Aug. 28th 1916, it beinsr resrulpr county court day, offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon Ky for the Duroose of satisfying tax es due on the Livingston Graded School, one house and lot in Livby J. them I was feeling fine ahd hai ingston, Ky. now occupied Piour Jones, taxes of R. M. K. no sign's of pain." Obtainable F. Co., 1914 tax. Amount $25 00. everywhere. i Gam Mullins, S. U C. LIVER TROUBLE "I am bqthered wilh liver trouble twice a year.1 writes Joe Dingman,' Webster City, Iowa. ' 'I have pains In my side and bade and an awful soreness iu my stomach. 1 heard o' Chamberlain's Tablets and tiied them By the time I had used half a .bottle of fly paper. half an water hour before breakfast and eat an abundance of freits and vegetables also es tablish a regular habit and be sure that your bowels moves once each day. When a medicine be needed take Chamberlam Tablets They are pleasant to" take and mild and gentle in effect, obtainadle everywhere. morning that stuffed, dull feeling i? gone and you feel better at once 25c. at your druggist. ATEXAS10HDER OMiaren Grp WR FiETCHER'S fvfc.. v fcWfc-.- weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all Irregularities of the kidneys aud bladder In both men and women. If not sold by your dnurgist. will be sent by mall on receipt of IU. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other States. Dr. . W. BalL 3888 Olive S treat C Leak. Mo. SW by druggists. Adv. kidney 3nd THE Texas Wonder cures gravel, cures troubles, dissolves diabetes, - .' : v.1 SJ:. ' - iu:. '.3r";' V- "ZXitZ v& L gatoto-- " .-