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Mount Vernon signal: August 18, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916081801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 18, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ... t A . . .'.. ""g1 ,mb' ii Jim "j ', .... SZfllfiW. v. 1'" - 85P$ :; &!& yl ' Sfty 3 f Published Every Friday ''' KI mi llll CP y ST" VJ ' :j2MvffiteSs.'Bsv- - Established 1387 Tfc. Hill f miiiii mi Ml rsfc- - -- Os VJ- - Vy Vy y 3 XT7) f utJatasamxBMBttsujat. f2SSE2SSC3 ES32EaQB3 VOLUME XIXX Si . MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1916 i!f"-- XUMBhU 47 t Lady of f he House $$$ Dear madam $$ We wish to call your attention to a little special which we will run for -- o the Mt. ernon Fair E xhibit second; C. Franklin, Mrs. worsted auilt. Mrs. Alice Simpson, only one en i ; f'oor rug, Mrs. ly one entry; Gus Stavi s :rri. " ysinger .first, var.n socl .S. . s&v t&zv'jr fi &&'tj v-- TVvi 1Jjfj3gjVJl &$? v &? &s?a5&& asm - Esh g ""iwH S7l i&i S'W'SVVfl 3'.4BP,&eBB3 , yi Mrs Lu.. ed firm 1W ".second, .i" ci&es, Mrs. R.A. m h h str a ii ! i j. 99 em-broi- dt y'Ti r-- Quick changes In THE BEST ONE YET Plans On Foot for a Bigger Fair in 19 J 7. $. V s sssanv ,?r3r"E!EM o iw iimw LY .25c .20c ni iiii im Mnniii Taylor, second; eiii'ini dered I v.el, Mrs. Jack L ysinger, only " e entry; gutest '..we', Maiinda Burt on, first, Mrs J S.Irvin, second; bat.i towel, Sparks, 70 m m h30 2(H p5 all-weat- i weather and are a severe test for any paint, but Hanna's Green Seal will 'hold up" every time. I t's put together with thir feature in view. i I CCX71T3Z5Z lRX2EEXL3CStM 5 lb. Best GRANULATED SUGAR? ,23c 5 Bars LAUNDRY SOAP 4 Boxes BLUEING wuaa biii-i- i i hthii mi i iiiiii niini iw n J Gallon KARO SYRUP .50c ,40c m 4 Bottles EXTRACT (any flavor) 5 Box :s SODA Manfc. i n i 3 8 Bgs TABLE SALT his Assortment will go for $ Do not fail to buy this bill at one. it i wi hit m ""' - --- - j,- - .i- - .25c -- j .15c -- 8 for 30 days only. TIWn UiUiIjOauiWuUU The Grocery Men Save Money Today . fn T,r,TfTTrTTjurTilrTrriT7rTTjm,HfiTr,j'nnn,TTTir Aunt B Smith, lirst, I'tilinda, ton, ecind; hndkercbu f with The fifth annual exhibicionof Noe, second; pumpkin, Alvah Bui crochet edge, Mrs. J. s. Irvine, tlie Mt. Vernon r'air Associition Coffey first, B. U. Tallent second; first, Nannie Tavlor. seco d; fillet closed last Friday and the 161G squash, Nina Bullock first, Mrs. crochet. Mrs. Biagg Thompson, exhibit certainly1 stands as one of Fannie Sowder second; tobacco Mrs. Ella Franknu, second: the best fairs in the histc.ry of the C. T. Sigmon, first, W. G. Hy- first, ciochet, Mrs. R A. Sparks, The floial exhibit singer second; broom corn J. W. Irish Ed miston, second; first. II . S Coffey first, Mrs W.J. W5.S superb, including ome of the Parsons, runner. Miss Ruth crochet table best productions of tho farm and second; sugar cane, H 0. ones Landrum, first, Mrs. W. J. garden; the hand wonc from the first, Harry Jones Jr. second; cvnter piece ladies, the fine prrdnctinns ironi millet Chas. Lovill, .first Harry with crochet edie. Mrs. John the culinary department attracted Jonea Jr. second; timotby, B. H. Crawford, first. Mrs. Addie tuurb attention and wore jrroatly Tallent, lirst, T. B. Lair, second; sec )ud; cro :het lunth set and admired. In the stock department clover, Jarvis Noe first, Blake mats, Mrs H. S. Btanainan, first, we quote from an Id f.ur man Taylor, second;. Mrs. C. C. Willi i ms, & 'cond; crowho said; " Right ai the Mt. Ver- CUUNzvRY DEPARTMENT. chet sbi.vl or cape, Mrs. Ella non fair has been shown some as Prewitt oake, Mrs. White Frankl.n, first. Mis. Sa an Fish, good stock as will bij ten at any Tnompsor. first, Mrs. Irvine, second; ciochet 1M ?p."id, Mrs. of the Kentucky fairs. " The second; cake of any kind, Mrs. R. A. 'i" cs, fir t ..frs C.C. cattle, holies and mules wluh Ella Franklin, first, Mrs. Prewitt ecund; qui , Susie will were exhibited conipne Thnipson second: marble cake ,Th K.ipsoc, firs ,i-- . W A. Cox, favorably with those shown at Louise Hysinger, only one entry; dresser , scaif, . Mrs. Stella ,. any of the Blue Grass fairs. Tne golden cake, M rs. Ella Franklin'second;,, . Uisweii, ursc, ciyae sigman, suc- premium awards arc as follows; tirst, Mrs. Belle Lair second; ond; laundry bag, Malinda Bur Best Peck wheat, Cecil Smith cocoanut cake, Mrs Belle Lair, ton, first, Mamie McHargue, sec- first. C.W. Smith second; i2 ars first, Mrs. Ella Franklin second; oud; article in tatting, Mrs. Ella white corn, Jarvis Noe first. Dave marshmallow cake, Carrie Hysing, Franklin, first, Mrs. Mabel Tallent second; Yellow corn, H er only one entry; caramel cake, second; battenburg, Mrs. W. C. Jones, first, Mary Cress second; Carrie Hysinger, first, Mrs. Ella J. Edmiston, first.' Mrs. Stella oats, G. S Cress first, H. C. Franklin, second; chocolate cake Laswell, second; pin cushion, Mrs. Jones, second; green beans W. T. Louise Hysinger, first Mrs, Flla Ella Franklin, first, Mrs. May Debord, first, G. S. Hiatt second; Franklin, second; old fashioned Branatnan, second; sofa pillow, i sweet potatoes Mrs M. B. Webb corn pone, Mrs, Bettie Parsons Bettie Jones, Hlen Clark, second; ' first, Mary Cress, econd; irish ' ' display cut flowers, Mrs. T. J. ' T. E. potatoes, G. S. Cress first, Jack biscuit Mrs. , Thompson ... , , c mrs. uress, seeonu nrso, XT Sig first, Mrs. Ella Erauklin, second iNiceiey, Stokes, tecond; onions, C. T. honey comb, Mrs. Prewitt Thop-son- , Wil Ed-miston, Lsoifld?."i has been and proven Considering the space it covers and the wear it gives, there is no cheaper paint to be had. It helps the appearance of e time-trie- d iaiiiiaoii: &lII vKH C t" BK , m HV f CI a Kl ' n Tl ri both cottage "The Paint Made to HO 2E and mansion. Try it next time. ilLTnV' UAfiHAt) s Cof-fe- v, Wear" P H JISBBBSli t Lur.v 'lllltkJ.V nu.r ?&. f nrr rA nrt trszxsssnt, n yelilsifla8'' n r- .!- .. W jfc. 11 - 11 II ? a iPn mi J -- Wil-lia.- u; -- ! , I . m&g9mmflBs&5 J. B. NOE, Mt Vernon, Kv. x-c- v l , ! I : Mc-Be- e, GECX3. 3c9g3c&3e& l3 am " MPS a B i THE "OUALITY STORE" 3ec$aeapcc V n . -- WHERE n MONEY a TALKS BOOSTING And Pulling Together makes Our Town irrow while the " Hand of v: f & 4 mon first, PURE & FRESH Your Prescriptions ienced man DRUGS filled by an exper- G. S. CrebS, second; salt rising bread, Mrs. C. C. turnips, Miss Mary McClure first hams, first; Margie Parsous, sec- We want your business Don't forget to ask us about o: Kodaks i-'li- . - K m rs&'i -- Kodaks rim I 3' R.H.. MILLER, Rflt. K2SCvSHHI Vernon, Ky. Dru gist . s """ - tomatoes, ond; peach preserves, Mrs. Anna Mrs. Alice Doan first. Prof. Irvine Shumate, first, Mrs. Ella Franklin, second: beets. Mrs. Aniii Shu- se.rnd; pear preserves Mrs. John mate, first W. T. Debord, second; Crawford, first and second; tomahome dried apples. W. H. Brown to preserves, Mi's. E'.la Franklin, first, Mrs. Ella Franklin second; first, Isabel Lair, second; apple cucumbers, Mrs. M. B Webb preserves, Mrs. J E. Thompson, first, Chas Lovill, second; cabbage first, Mrs. Ella Franklin, second; Cash Hiatt, first, Jarvis Noe, quince preserves, Mrs Clyde Mul- tomato club. second; butter beans, J. S. Irvine hn first, Mrs. Belle Lair, second; ' Dozen Tomatoes. Eliza Sowder, first, Louise Hysinger, second; c erry preserves, Mrs.John Crawj st; Oleo Gentry, second; can to- mango peppers, Cash Hiatt first. ford, first. Mrs Chas. Burton, . rt i w ,.t An.. ij rn oowu, ouijr one. "" Mrs. Belle Lair, second; apples. second; strawberry preserves, Mrs Mflrtlw . nnps. fit. HnLlmi Mrs. Jonu Crawlord. first, Eliza' Jones second; peaches B. A Rid- -' Sowder, second; apple jelly, Julia za Sowder, only one entry; cap die, first, Wade Durmond. second; Landrum, first, .Rosa Taylor, sec- - i and apron, Eliza Sowder, only one . pears, Jarvis Noe, first, B. H. iUIlu; grape jeuy. Mrs. joe Tallent, second; white grapes U. Kenzie, first, Mrs. Ella Frankliu, COUNTY RACES. plum jelly, Mrs. Anna C. Tones, first, Mrs. G. C. Fish second; Plug races, Rockcastle county, S second; black grapes, Golden Shumate, first, Kosa faylor, sec W. J. Rogers, first, S. B. McKen-- : peach jelly, Mrs. Belle Lair, zie. second, and Geo.Owens, third Jones, first, H. C Jones, second rs iviuuins, secona; MQLE RACE watermelons. Prof. Irvine, only calico quilt, Alice Herren, first, ; one entry; muskmellon, J. M. Rid-race joe Fletcher, first, Mue aietirst, Jarvis JNoe, second-- ' ttirs- - wi. u. weoo, secona; calico vy Arnold second . .. i r Landrum, first, Tarvis comfort ' Continued on 2nd page "f-- J "..v, j' Prof. Irvine, second; ', I first, Jim Thompson, second; cake butte'r, Mrs. Belle Lair, first, Carrie Hysinger, second; sweet pickles, Mrs. E'la Pranklin. first, Mrs Belle LaKr, second; display! can fruit, Mrs. John Crawford, only one entry; cucumber pickles, Mrs. John Crawford, first and second; pair water melons, J. S. nnlv rno pnt.rv o p: w e 1 -- ualit) " is .always jiuintii g rulwes. to Every time the second hand of the clock ticks otf a minute something good goes over our counter. GOOD, yes, so good .that it makes every customer a repeater. TIake our Store a Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get posted on good things. We are wholesale ami retail dealers in Flour, Meal, Meat, ShipbtnlV, Hay, Corn, Straw, Fertilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of & V 2 i A k-- J x I i . ! ", iimuaKm- & f v V I Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you haw to buy, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. Aic-p-""- J- I .A titr - i id; i , "r. i 1 GEp. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentucky yE&&yC$Ji!&L? iimmii - - tfcr I I -- -. .- ., ,,. ..., lllgT"r,l3TTnI;T;nilr--l"-i''TC- T BIGr JJLTim, EL COUNTY LONDON, KY. Four Great Days U1N A, MORE AND BERRER PREMIUMS THAN EVER. AUGUST 22, 23- .24 and 25 tt-i n . Four Great Days V iA IftC LrKUUlNDis. EXCITING RACES EACH DAY. THE LITTLEJOHN ONE RING CIRCUS MUSIC BY THE FAMOUS GRELLA BAND. THE LAUREL COTNTY FAIR OFFERS THREE BIG PRIZES, WHICH WILL BE AWARDED THE LAST DAY, AUG. 25th One Registered Short Morn BuTT, I FRIZES The GREAT REGISTERED LIVE STOCK X The prices offered Sare One Registered Duroc Jersey Boar, IN THBBB PBIZBS. -- and Three FuTf Blooded Chickens, 'I YOUR OLD NEIGHBORS Every body's Fir. K 4 Evenf for' ALL EASTERN The Greatest County Pair in Kentucky. WILL BE THERE. HOME-COMIN- G KENTUCKY COME TO THE PAIR AND MEET THEM. Yes Come . V- -- . Ti. r 'V3v r: ' -- m ' f ' f , twMLWi'iinwiBaatayaBi MT VFRNOPvl k y - kr , ears old- - appetite, who fear to eat the things Lane, of Maoism, first: hat ihey like, and heed tne pait.s W. Sbafer, second; mare, any of nn enfeebled stomach Tanlac is Friday, Aug. 18, 19 16 ago, L P. House, of L ncoln, first. a boon. E. C. Lane, of Madison, second; Tanhc is being intoduced in Published every Friday by brood nvsie and suckling colt at Mt R. H. Mil Vernon ta EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. side, B. Hysinger, first, Arthur .'er, Drug Central also at Hurst, secoud; best ho-scolt Co, Livingston, and John $I.O uuder one year o.d, C.T Wilhoite. UBPCRIPTION ONE VKA.K Drug Store, Brodhead Robins' of Madisn first, Robert Nixon, of V M Owens' store. Burr, Lint Advertising rates mace known on Rockcastle, second; horse colt, Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. Berea: J Rejnolds and over one and under t.vo years ol.l. application S m, Bee Lick, where the Tanlac W. M. Arnold, first. .1. B Live say, second; over two and under iun explains its meiiis. MEMBKR OF three years old, Joe Fletcher, KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION first, Tom York, second; best CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP. hoi'be, any age. J. S. Hi'.ton, first, 15. C. Line, .second; model horse, Let's Make Our Town Attractive, Sani tary and Safe. iegard!e-.- s of age or sex, W. H. Miller, first, E O. Lane, second; A:i Editorial by BRUC'3 BAUTON ir "Every Week." best combined horse,- - regardless I mind When Simiiel Gompers re-- of age or sex, E. R Gentry, fir-- t one.have inrailroadtwo towns. Enteritif runs between two the cently said there nover was a V. H. Hysinger, second; best rows of dirty back yauls lilled with and limi when more laborers in this running walker, regardless of age tin au5 nus-je- rubbish. Entering the other, it painted, countr' were being rewarded or sex, R L. Langford, firs', Joe back jards v.Ith housesersneatly How in thoin. and with increase pay he had all the Flether, second; best boy horse sUci-t- - swept 1 lean. TIi&jO two towns had the same figures behind hiin necessary to back rider, Russel Niceley first. ion illation lie jears ago. lint recently C b.Sigraond, second; best team of prove his case. two new fat toriua have moved to one The Secretary of Labor hns mules, H. Mink, first, Jack of them; leal estate values have ad new houses are Iieiujr built; second; best team of horses vaiu-edbeen making an interesting studj G..M. Sigmon first C. S fSigmou, everybody is prospeious an happy. of the labor conditions of toda And the of the other tov.-with special reference to the in second; best combined horse, re eauiiol underfetJud their "had luck." jjardles of age or sex, E C Lane, A. real "Clean Up and Paint Up" crease ol pay In nearly more pay h is been first, N. W. Rogers second; best campaign would have taken the "bad .ca&e where luck" town out of its rut. askoj it Ins been granted, xi girl horsebok rider. Sadie Par This year moic than U.OJ0 cities and many eases where it u is noi son, first, Dessie Niceley, secoud: towns in the United States are conask d it has been graciously a best pony and rig, Dorothy A) ducting "Clean Up and Paint Up" campaigns. waruud by the erupioers wh bright first, Robert Sparks, secMany men and women go through ond; best harness mare or geld- life without ever doing anything for feel the benefits of a nation-wicommunity. prosperity. Plenty cK cases there ing, anv age, L. P. House, first, their Ui " oilers you "Clean Up and Paint your hance. are in which the Workinginan has W. W. Rogers, second; best harThe greatest miracles of modern oeen tauen in as a prolit snarer ness stallion, any age, E C Lane, times have been performed with draiu pipes, soap and paint. first, Bob Walker, second; best ol the increased net earnings. The Philippines have been made a It was ascertained bv the Sec- saddle stallion, i.ny age, EG Lane, healthier place to lhe in than the ovretary of Labor that in 493 cases first, R.L, Langford. second: sad- erage American town. Typhoid .3 'lhe out of 1,486 of wage increase dle horse, regardless of sex or age, been stamped out of Serbia. transPanama Canal zone has been between July 1st 915 and May 3 and under 4 years, L.P. House, formed from a dismal, unhea.thy 1 nth, iiiG, there was a total first, E. C. Lune, secoud; worst swamp to a wholesome place ior raising of pay 1, 901, $22 labor rurnout, Mrs R. A. Sparks, first homes. year Last Cleveland, in its "Clean ers. The total of i,4S6 settlemen Mrs. R. B. Mulhns, second; best Up and Paint Up" campaign, disposed in wnich wages were increased, on harness mare or gelding, any age, of refuje sutlicieut to iill a train three f miles long. a sinnlai basis, would indicate N.W.Rogers, first, S T.Curtis, sec- and Another middle western town gaththat more than 5, 000, 000 mtu ond; old man's marble game, 7 up, ered its boys together, and, by offerH.Mullins, first, Wm. Arnold, sec- ing a reward for each 100 tin cans, were affected. inond: ugliest man on grounds, M. abolished its unsightly back yards in If the average individual a single day. come were 600 and the rate of O. Bradley, first, best saddle "There is no better test of the civincrease were onl' ten per cent, horses, regardless of sex or age, ilization of a community than this: How much paint does it useV" the lotul volume of wages in- Bud Dunn, first. E. C. Lane, sec A wise man said that. crease represented by these news ond: best roadster mare or geldIt is not given to you to found a repaper reports would be 3000,000, ing, auy age, Bob Walker, first, ligion or make a great invention or a oo. Large as this seems, it re- N W Rcgers, second; roadster discoveryou new continent. your town a But can make presented only a return from a stallion, any age, Rob Walker, cleaner, better place to live in. And first. E C. Lane, second; best by so doing you give a little push to a minor. part of the entire array of Ameri- lady horseback rider, Mary Lair, the chariot of civilization. can labor. In manufactures alone first, Mrs. R.L. Laugfond, second; the preliunnao' estate for the 19 15 fancy turnout S.T.Curtis, first, E. "GREATER THAN FIRE LOSS" census indicates approximately R. Gentry, second; best roadster 7,ooo,ooo wage earneas la-- t year stallion, mare or gelding, any age, By PROF. H. H. KING, Kansas Stato Agricultural College. whose wages aggregate 4.4oo, records no oar, sweepstakes, Bob Lack of paint causes a greatWalker, first and second; mule oOo.ooo. er annual loss through deterioraWe know that 191 6 will show a race, W. M. Arnold, Jr., first. Joe tion than the aggregate Kan&ns fire loss for twelve months. Yes, in number Fletcher, second. marked increased both there is much more reason for a of wage earners and in Jate of real "Clean Up and Paint Up" wages over 1915. If the number campaign than the average layman would at first recognize. employed has ihcreaaed for 19 iO 'ort Of Paint, as has often been said, only iO per cent, and the rate ol serves more than the mere purpose of decoration. Its principal pay has increased only lo per value lies in the fact that it procent., we get a wage volumn 2i longs the life of the surfaces io per cent, larger for i91G than for painted. Wood and iron on exposure 19I5. This produces a wage total to the air undergo a slow procof 5,324,000.000, which is $900, Of ess of oxidation, which just as 000,000 larger than the 19I5 wage surely destroys them as though they were set on fire, the diftotal, and i.ooo,ooo,0C0 greater discovery of tanference being the speed at which than the totpl volume of wages the reaction occurs. HAS MADE THIS POSSpaid under Republican laws and We tike out insurance to covIBLE. er loss by fire and should just as administration in I909 as reportA sea captain would never let surelyrnut on paint to cover loss ed in the census of 19 iO. by decay. It takes very little his ship leave port without an There is nothing in our econom anchor. He realizes calculation to discover the apthat without parently astounding fact that c program today which speaks in something to hold his ship under the loss through lack of paintstronger and more convincing ing is greater in Kansas than control in an emergency the craft terms of the prosperity which v would be left to tlie loss by fire. the mercy of the When the property owner the American people now enjoy angry sea. comes to a full realization of the under "the New Freedom" of truet reason for painting there In the same way an individual will "be no need for public spirDemociacy, than the pay envelope should guard himself against the ited people to back up a Naof the average workman. ravages of- - diseases that have betional Campaign for such a The $1,800,000,000 increase in come so common in this country. in the pay envelope which Ameri Without something to aid natnre can labor lealizes in i916 as in combating these ill stomach compared with i9o9 moreover, is liver, kidney, and catarrhal disthe hightest lever for the uplift orders, the individual is lost. of American civilization, that is Thousands have sailed happialy in listed in our statistical inventory. to the port of Health on the good : ship Tanlac. Tanlac, the new reconstructive tonic, has been a life saver to all suffering humanity. The world is full of people with blighted lives blighted though N Continued from 1st page. the modern mode of living in irregularity and excesses. Tan SECOND DAY. lac is changing the natural con CATTLE DEPARTMENT. Best bull calf, under 1 j'earold; sequences of wrong living for its W. H. Helton, first, G. C. Fish, users and is giving renewed health second; best bull calf over one and strength to those many who under two years old, J. B. Live-- 1 have sought to regain the wealth say, first, W. M. Arnold, second; iney nave tnrown away Health, best bull, any age, W. M. Cromer, ! Run dovv, nervous, and half sick first, J. J. Smith, second; best people should give their bodies a heiter calf under one year old, J as. jchanoe and take a tonic, appetizer Arnold, first, Gus Staverson, sec- - and invigorant that will build up ond; heifer calf over one and the tissues and restore the stomach price are under two years old, Farmer Hel- -' to a .normal working order. Tan- tou, rirst, Jack Hysinger, second; lac will do this and more. Tanlac cow, any age, giving milk, Gus restores lost appetite, brings- good Staverson, first, Jim Arnold, restful sleep, banishes that nervous e feeling, vitalizes the second; auu to,vca tue entire system a I . HUrCSilo. 1 year old, toning up Mare colt under H Ramey Shepherd, first. W. H. To those who suffer the misery of system, those who lack Brown, second; mare colt over a worn-ou- t ' IHNAT 'two aud uuder th,Le E J G 1 CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW Children Cry ior Fletcher's U e BV A fbl! Sill mm Just-as-jjood" wl W 1 Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has heca in use for over "80 years, has borne the siimature of ana has been made tinder his per-ftf--1- sonal supervision since its infancy. 'ObCCU'Z'C. Allow 110 one to deceive tou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 1 s Oil, PareCnstoria goric, Drops and Sootliinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotic substance. Its acre is its guarantee. It destroys "V0rm3 and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been iu constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving5 healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - CASTOR! What Is substitute for Castor A is a harmless Hy-Mnge- ; GENUINE 1 CASTOR I A Bears the Signatui ALWAYS ie-ide- ei. d 'C. JS&-OFFI- Williams, KY. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- MT. VERNON. Will practice in all the Courts Office in Bethurum Buiiding. BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Mt. Vernon, Ky. In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. bon-lire- S, 1 On 2nd. floorof Vernon , on Church TheBauk ofMt. street, Special attention given to collections. No. 80. -- ChWdron Cry 1 rv. fib -.- yTTXT nayxsr- - CASTQR FOR FLETCHER'S I A )OL g mm fcm6; 83 m- oooi S iJ 65 .JLv?r M S3 J one-hal- Koffee Kranks" The average person is more cranky almnt his coffee than he is about anything else lie eats or drinks. Men are just as fussy about their coffee as they are about their cigars, and women are just as finicky about it a3 they are about the tilt of their hat, or a shiny nose when thev are shopping or calling. Some people like a cup of strong, heavy Rio. others demand the milder, smoother Rio coffees, while others demand the delicate blend of pure coffee without the harshness and without weak"That ain't ness that sometimes makes people say oeffee It's dishwater," There is as much difference in coffee as there is in tobacco, but it is just as easy to suit the particular coffee taste as it is to suit the particular tobacco taste, whether it is for the straight article or for a blond. llav-ore- d Clean, Strong and Safe ates, and by the ability and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the conrteous treatment extended to all, are its best recom raendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The standing-- of a Bank is determined by the law tinder which it oper- The Bank of Mt. Vernon AIT. VERNON, KY. 9 wm mm m ffl Health Morning Cup 25c Pilgrim 15c Breakfast Delight 30c We will satisfy your particular taste. Get them at low nan s Americans MON DRUM STO RES DS7 TWO L e2MK&iMi$m:i$ir A COMPLETE LINE OF & W the lac IVI NG S ggvra? Poultry TON, K Y. fTTTresgErQ: sciiooi i9 OKS hi i m i 9 SCHOOL SUPPLIES x ivs Poultry ;eogr Tiekefcs 1 Ship us your Poultry and receive highest price and prompt returns HouchensBros. WHOLESALE OUR STOCK is more complote than ever. Our business has doubled in volume in the past six Our Goods and Prices please others mouths. and will please you. i s COMMISSION MERCHANTS 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. Pioneer Druq Store CHAS. L. DAViS, Proprietor 'Phono 87 ! Mt. Vrrnon Fair J9J6 Record The Same Ford j Touring Car $360. DETROIT ACT NOW :H: Bfl X 3d So aS mm It Always Helps 8 Only the Price Has Changed Runabouts $345. F-O.B. 8 says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a ncv woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give 8 9 8 These not guaranteed to last 8 The Woman's Tonic a trial. Rf$UI ! - J 'all-gon- BRYANT BROS., Agents MT. VERNON, KY. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing, womenfor more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! 1M ft lvj oiisjisicflJiMitMiintaitaiwirvi tm . f. unRwtvrcs 79 ORDER it is ordered by the Fiscal Circuit Court convenes next Court that only 3 days hauling on Mt. Vernon Ky, Aug is, 1916 Monday. the roads will.be payed for in the Ask about the free pictures year I9i6, except where author- up "Mo. 79" wtieo Jy wan to Commuwl- - 'VCi at Fish's. ! ized by the County Judge. cate with SIGNAL Copy Attest: Keep dry. Get a Waterproof S. F.Bowman. C.R.CC. Slicker at Fish's. LOCAL MT. VERNON SIGNAL .IKB iouiev.LC . Mushvillc R R.Co. T ME TABLE. Zl u rtn 24 21 noitn 23 sf"!th 5.iuth Fas. Ph'-- is lo p m 3:56 a m ,ii:44 a w 12:13 a m ; To. s. Mt g janjjkum, Agem. Wriion, Ky. Posf.o'fiw li'.nil mutter. Fifteen Dollars cash trade at SERVICES AT THE CHRIST- Fi'h's after Aug. 11th ets your IAN CHURCH FOR SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45. picture enlarged Free. i Preaching service ri:o a.m. Round trip London $ i.25 Aug. Meeting of Official Bcnrd 3 p.m. limit to Aug. 27. Christian Endeavor 7:00 p.m. Account Laurel County fair. Preaching service 8:00 pin, Round trip Stanford $ 1. 15 Aug. Subject "Lifted Up." Solo by 22 23 limited to Au; 27. Miss Scott. Account. Lincoln county fair. Following these services I shall Knn s'at.tj.- - Two nira hirrl beavay from Mt. Vernon several pups. 0 uiontlis old, good stock. weeks conducting meetings. 21.22-28-2-1-- 25. 24-2- oMne bale Suits in Town Have Come Down to Prices as Low as Ome I nsH Enter i it :he .J. H, Livingston, H. T. Young. d i'oi:il-cius- Stanford Ky. JOH Sale:- - House and lot on Mam street in Mt. Vernon. Call or address S. H. Martin, Mt. Ver- LMMiSO.NAIi Joi;r Williams of Somerset is with relatives here foi a few days. Mis. .1. C. Wtst has returned from month's visit to relatives at Somt t. Mt and Mi. Paul Miller ol India :apolib,Ind. are with Mr aud Mrs Paul Gtiffin. Will Cummins has charge of W. A McKenzie's store during tlu ltfiei's absence. Mi and Mis Jones B Proctor of On:tuco have been witn Mr. &ud Mrs S. B. Ramsev. C H. Warren, the barber was called to Illinois on account of the serious illness of his sifter. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mink and danKhter Miss. Sadie of Anville," visite-- friends here last week. Mi - Eila Cox of East Bern-stad- t is vi iting her sister Mrs - hal and Mabrothers, Sara and Cas 1 r-e- non, or Mrs. Harry Jones, London, Kv. Round trip Lexington $ 2.50 Sept. 30th to Oct 14. inclusive limited to Oct. 16th Account Kentucky trotting horse breeders association. Round trip Lexington $ 2 55 Aug. 5? to Sept. 2. inclusive, limited to Sept. 5th, Account fair, agricuture and me col-Color- chanical assciation. Rid-O-Ski- Pulaski has statted its state-aipike work from Somerset to vard the Lincoln line via Enbuuks. Work on the Pulaski county r.ads is going on at a livtly rate now. Contractors with a large number of workmen and machinery arrived Thursday to work on the road between Somerset and Laurel couuty and Somerset and Lincoln county. Work is now going on on four county roads leading out of Somerset. The entire contract for building sixtymiles of pike was awarded to the Connelly Construction 24o, Company,- - of Somerset, for b-g- fhere are two ways of doing business. One is to lay in a stock, mark it as high as you dare for the opening of the season; sell all you can at the highest prices and .then, when the demand slackens, cut down the price to a reasonable figure, The other way is to mark your stock as low as possible in the beginning. You don't gel a whaling big profit that way and you don't eel a chance to have a 'Sale" with a r f Ironn o 0 pretended reduction xivx7 d 0,11f rnrc UUL ttah JU 1VLCU IU UilLt your customers and certain sort of satisfaction that comes 1 ?i in 000. d Cox Lost: One Auto LIVER TROUBLE from Ford car at Brohead chain ara bothered wilh liver "I Fair yesterday. Finder please notrouble twice a year," writes Joe tify J. Fish & Son, Mt. Vernon Dingman,' Webster City. Iov.a. Ky. and recieve reward. I have pains In my side and Notice: I have opened a back and an awful soreness in my restaurant and grocery in the stomach. 1 heard of Chamberlain's Miss Kate Moore building. I will Tablets and tiied them. By the offer nothing but the best in my time I had used half a bottle of line and I ask your patronage. them I was feeling fine ahd had Give me a call. E. W. Perciful. no sign's of pain." Obtainable YV 1 i-- 4- V W U. t O of fair dealing. We Prefer the Second of new fall suits already in. two-piece P1a n. everywhere. and Mrs. Harry Jones, Clarence Rickels returned of London, are visiting Mrs. heme last week from Cincinnati Jonrs' parents Mr. and Mrs.S. H. accompanied by his cousin Miss Ma.tin. Christine Joplin, to spend a Mis On.e Silvers has returned few days with relatives aud Agreement Made en Account of Practical famine In Pa-p- ar from a visit with her sister in friends here. Etowah, Tennessee aud Corbin. Market. I. A. "Daniel Boone" Bowman Prices from Kentucky. was in Stanford Monday with' (Dispatch to Louisville Times.) Miss Alice Nicely is home from some live stock and while there Ab Philadelphia, August 9. Tueson, Arizona where she has was stricken with heart trouble. a result ot a series oi meetings been connected with an Indian His son Felix went down that of the newspaper publishers of US school. afternoon and brought him to Philadelphia, called to consider Miss Rissie McKinney of the his home here. He is reported the serious situation confronting Hansford section has returner" improving. them caused by what are practi from a visit with relatives in callv famine conditions in the The W. J. Sparks Co; will Corbin and Cmciunati. soon put on a night crew at the news print market, the following Mr. Lafou Riker was over from unanimously agreement was Harrodsburg Saturday to see W. Mt Vernon Quarry and run day reacheb; night in oiderto fill the heavy J. Sparks. Mr. Riker is interest- aud All daily, evening and Sunday demand for stone. If the night ed in the Rockcastle oil field. newspapers will immediately re-- j crew is not put on at Mt Vernon, Cecil Hendion of Kirksville work at Sparks Quarry will be duce the size of their issues to' once employed here in Peoples resumed. There will be something the extent of a total iu excess of Bauk, was here Wednesday shak done at one or the other place by eighty pages weekly. ing hands with friends. That, beginning September 1 Sept 1st. Mrs. Lillie Campbell, of May-woonext, the accepting from whole The Brodhead fair closes Palm Beacn suits at very low came up last week to be sale purchasers of unsold copies the guest of her sister Mrs. On account Of the rain the crowk of all uiorning, evening and Sun prices atPish's. James Rickels, and take in the was small the lirs day but they day newspapers will be discon were there yesterday aud the tinued. Heretofore this privilege HHZS$;DGIDCg22S:B fair. Virgil Mullins, Roland Dyer, exhibits in every department has been granted to news boys, Monroe Miller and several others are fine. The fforal we believe news agents, news stands, and whose names we do not have are surpasses anything eve. shown at carriers. the new recruits signed this "week any fair in Rockcastle. It is At this meeting ot publishers bimply a tine display. In our facts and figures were submitted with Uncle Sam. next issue will rppear a full showing that the mills have not Earl Wilder, W. F. Herrin and accovnt and a list of ine premium beeu able to supply the enormous and Cecil Reynolds of Corbin and awards. increased demand for white and Walter Pennington of London here during the week weie Auto Accident: Mr. Char- paper, wot only are tne mills to Brodhead Fair. ley Thompson of Lancaster, unable to lay in a reserve stock Sargeant and Miss Pat Perkins of Stan- during the summer months, as in John Bethurum, Major, of the Kentucky Guards, ford, certainly had a thrilling former years, but they are at their and private Crawford also of Som- experience last Sunday, when the the present time below Get Our Prices and normal supply. So serious has erset were here this week getting the car they were driving leaped We Will Get Your recruits. There were ten enlisted. over the culvert, on the East the situation become that it was Trade Miss Margaret Francis Scott of side of town, which is a ten to pointed out that, unless drastic Miss reduction of consumption was Lexington, is the attracive visitor fifteen feet embankment. some news papers of Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Young. Perkins was driving the car and eniorced, Mrs. J. F. Scott who came with coming down the hill, it seems throughout the country would be her daughter returned home that she lost controle, but yet she confronted with possible suspendoes not remember very much sion of publication. Monday. Many dailies prominent Miss Wanitta Tandy, of Trimble auuui iu, una at tne point wnen throughout the State of Penn county, who is visiting her sister the car went over, Mr Thompson sylvania have the notified Mrs. B. T. Young at Brodhead remembers that he grabbed the Philadelphia publishers that they came to Mt. Vernon Tuesday to wheel. The car leaped about ten, "will follow their lead in reduction up side down with both spend the day with Rev. and Mrs lighting size of output anb in cu tting occupunts pinioned under the in H, T. Young car. Mr. P. Q. Griffin who wit- off returns of unsold copies O Phone 52 PlT.;VERNON,KY. Dr. E. J. Brown was up from nessed the accident, rushed to The newspapers party .to the Stanford yesterday to see W. M. constitute the entire tnem ana turned the car over, Owens, the Burr merchant, in to his local press of recognized great surprise, yet great consultation with Dr Chesnut relief, found Miss. Perkins with Mr Owens is very sick and has out injury or scratch of any kind JUST THE THING EOR been unconscious for three days. and Mf Thompson's onlv wound DIARRHOEA Dr. J. C. Moore has returned was a severe cut on the leg caused "About two years ago I had a from a two months visit in Ne- by the glass from the wind shield. braska and reports his brother Mr Thompson was rushed to Dr. severe attact of diarrhoea which much better in health. Mrs. Owens' office where he was at- over a week," writes W. C. Jones N. D. "I became Moore expects toleave about Sept tended by Drs Owens and Penn- Buford, that I c ould not stand np 1st to visit her children in Iowa ington and is now out on crutches right. A druggist recommended and Illinois. with a very sore 'but not at all Chanderlain's Colic, Cholera and UNDERTAKEN and EMBALMER Mr. and Mrs. Willis McKenzie, dangerous wound. It was certain- Diarrhoea Retried". Tne first dose Julian and Wuburn Miller, left ly a close call and one that very releived me and within two days .yesterday morniug for Miami, few would want to experience. I was, as well as ever." Many Oklahoma. They are making the The car was damaged some, but druggist recommenden this vtripln a Ford and expect to with little work was in condition remedy because they know fhat Sunday morning. They will to be driven through to Lancaster it is . reliadlg obtainable every FOR FLETCHER'S be gone a month. the next day. where. Jude. ALARMING IT HAS BEEN OUR WAY ALL ALONG, ome "Sal es are said to be going on with ruits now about as low as Fish's regular prices. But suits said to be not as good as ours Another thing: Our assortment hasn't rundown: good as ever this minute, a lot of $5.00 for a Palm Beach to $50.00 for the finest made to measure suit in America. LET SHOW YOU THE NEW THINGS MEN WEAR. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE THE CASH STORE bh:bosi LEADmGOS fTflfe All Mall And VVe Carefully Ordersor rilledCliants Anywhere Express Pay Parcel Post EKlZiZ9u d, to-da- y. NOT S more LU " To the Tax BRODHEAD, CONWAY, ROCKFORD, DISPUTANTA, CLIMAX, WILDIE, MULLINS STATION, ORLANDO, ftVTNGSTON, QUAIL, LEVEL GREEN, PONGO, en-rou- te BUILDING MATERIAL g MILL WORK I or one of my Deputies will meet you at the lowing places to collect Taxes for iqi6: Saturday, Saturday, OF ROCKCASTL E COUNTY fol- Payers September 16 September 16 September 19 September 20 September 21 September 23 September 26 September 27 September 30 October Proctor! MuiiyilJu Tuesday, Wtdnesday, Thursday, Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday I J.aMcCLARY 3 6 October October all days to receive The Sheriff fs Office will be open on your Taxes - Taxes Please meet me on the above dates or at my Office to settle STANFORD,KY. ar-ihe- re OMIdren Cry CASTORIA ' CAM MULLINS, Sheriff Rockcastle County 4 t :xc v.- ii " ' ii... p. -- ww. - .jp... - v-1- " . - -- - i '. TW.' "r-- "3" - ' The Man With Million A Needs afclearf bank, a strong bank, a progressive bank the man with a hundred cannot afford to do business with any other kind. The Peoples is seeking your business and is pre pared to care for it. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS This farm is a creek MT. VERNON'S PROSPERITY farm, running to the hilltops, AND OPPORTUNITY. with some workable coal in the hills: Also has a 10 acre orchard set out this spring, consisting of The citizens o! Mt. Vernon about 500 Stayman Winesap ap- are too well acquainted with the ples and 5oo Elberta peaches, if writer to be alarmed or surprised all are true to name, with a guar at anv statement he may make anty from the company to prune regarding "prosoerity" or opand spray for 3 years. Holes houses. Peoples Bank UfXDEBTAK R Our line of Couch Caskets w YNKr' AH Phone 94-S i ImH is unexcelKI Hand-mad- e Coffins fnrnishec (I Hearse senl to all parts of rhe County. orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,' M V. VERNON, KY. 33aayaya3a SBAFiVIL LB OWENS UNDERTAKER I 303; j Brodhead Ky s' ft COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled 33& spccapocsea &&c3&&&ya&c ' JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE tPPPP 23pqpCHrp A good line of M A A 5:35Dc& w Vd-- General muiunaiiuioc wiAj -- ; ' ' - - v $DZ33& eapc$pqpcr ? Farm Implements For 1916. Having decided to Kentucky hair Dates 3p3xcc NOTICE! west, will offer for sale, privately all of Columbia Fair Ass'n, Columbia, my property, both personal and 5. Aug. real, as follow, until August 15th, K. of P. Fair, Nicholasville, and on that day I will close all Aug." 29-- 31 that remains unsold at public aucKnox Co. Fair, Barbourville, tion at my home, Hansford, Ky: Aug. 1. Real estate for sale on easy Laurel Co. Fair, London, Aug. terms: Farm or tract No. 1 of 22-2- 5. acres, 4 miles south of Mt. 130 K. of P. Fair, Stanford. Aug. Vernon, with 1 storehouse, dwell ng house and barn, and three Co. Fair. Monticello, tenant houses, several good coal Sept. 8. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, mines from which Mt. Vernon 22-230-Se- pt. 5-- Sept. 11-- 16. Somerset, Ky., and get his prices should desir bth tracts. Farm on them. No. 1 lies on east tide f of creek and mostly inderlaid with coal. wHY ENDURE SUMMER Farm No. 2 oa. west side of creek, COLDS rather a valley farm, with some It isn.t necessary to have a coal in the hill. stuffed head, running nose, to Farm No. 3 ot i9o acres, one-hal- f cough your head off as it were mile west of farm, No. 2; a All you need is to use Dr. Bell's good strong valley farm in good The soothing state of cultivation and not very and healing balsam opens the much improvement. About 100 clogged air passages and in a acres cleared, balance in wood-mile- s short time you get relief and south of Mt. Vernon, in start on the road to recovery. in good state of cultivation, well Your nose stops running, yon cough less and you know vou improved; 1 good dwelling house, are getting better Get a bottle, barn and storehouse and all other use as direced. Keep what is necessary outbuildings; 6 tenant t a a agh and cold insurauce. Pine-Tar-Honey. Wanted:- - If you have any In- miles south of Mt. Vernon, 2 dian relics such as stone pipes, houses, 1 barn, about 35 acres in large flint spears, grooved axes, growing crop, 60 acres in grass pots and bowls, shell beads, etc . and balance in woodland; adjoin found in caves, graves and old ing farm No. 1, so as to make one fields. Write to W. L. Griffin, well located fatan if purchaser and surroundiug country get the greater part of its coal suply. Farm No. 2 of 156 acres, 4 portunity. weie dynamited for trees and ueiore oeginning an essay or great care taken in setting the orargument it is well to define the chard. Also about G acres of other orchard on this farm. This terms to be discussed. According to Webster, one is the farm for the stockman; a farm and well watered and defirrititlon is, prosperity and the good only a few years to wait tor a one we have chosen; "Advance, young fortune from growing fruit. or gain, in any thing good or de- VT f. ft Farm No. 5 or 258 acres, ad- siruoie .now 10 enumerate some joining farm No. 4, with one good things properly belonging under dwelling house, barn and store this classification we note, 1st, facilities-Eig- ht School honse; 4 tenant houses and barns, Improved years ago the town did good orchard; known to be as trrrA if tin- tlio Vioct ctnnrl fnr mpr. not have adequate accomodations, ... .." .." &wuu chandise in the county. Also has for housing and teaching children in side the town School dtstrict, a good coal mine. Farm No. 6 of 250 acres, 2 2nd In order to do this: re miles west of farm No. 5; good quired an out lay of money not valley farm, in good state of cul provided for by county taxation, tivation; good house and barn; but under provioions made for good orchard; 1 tenant house; the purpose School Bonds Were about i2o acres cleared and the almost unanimously approved by the voters, and Mt. Vernon balance in woodland. County Graded High School was 3 town lots in Bethurum & Lewis Addition to Mt. Vernon, Ky. evolved. and 1 lot in Jersey City, N. J 3rd. The question ot "Good Roads" was agitated feebly for a Also have a few hundred acres of time, till the temperance question desirable mineral rights to sell. assumed such prominence that It is not worth while to speak of the water on these farms, as it is its enemies made "Good Roads" well known that Rockcastle is one the dominant issue, and for fhe of the best watered couuties in time being side tracked the this state or any other state. All County Unit agitation and inci01 rnese iarms are nanay l dentally aided in the educational "landed" the churches and schools and the campaign that county has under consideration, 4 " Bond Issue "popular irom its turnpikes out of the town of M. inception but defeated in the Vernon, north and south, east am' first round by reason or the 1 : its favor west. Several miles have been " twthirds" let and work already begun. being necessary. Those farms are on the pike road The history of this movement leading south from Mt. Vernon, is so recent, and no familiar to on the waters of Dry Fork and Signal readers that reiteration Is Skeggs Creek and most of this unnecesrary. land i limestone land and fine The Subsepuent development producing and grass land. Will ot State aid, Federal aid, The sell on easy terms any part of this Sale of county bonds, the locating, land or all as a whole. Anyone letting, and the construction of wishing to buy land, either for in- roads to date , is something marvestment or home, will do well to velous for Rockcastle Co. call and go over this land, and get Every Step thus far ennmerated my price and terms. For the is properly in line with our defbenelit of those who might know inition which we here repeat these farms and locate them bet- "prosperity" whBt is it ? Advance ter by name, I will name them by or gain in any thing good or .tetheir former owners: Tract No 1 stable. known as the Sand Spring coal Incidentally and in harmony fields; Tract No. 2 known as the with the Spirit of progress, we Will Price farm at Sand Spring; note the Improvement in building, Tract No. 3 known as the old sidewalks, front, and back yards, Tommy Graves valley larm; an awakening of some of our Tract No. 4 known as the K. J. people to Sanitation in the home McKinney farm; Tract No. 5 and adjoining premises known as the W. G. Nicely farm Can we remember the tumble at Hansford; Tract No. 0 known down building stauding where as the Mat Deboard and later the the " Park" is now ? a thing of Albert Hamlin farm near Level beauty be it ever so small and Green. the " Hotel," on the site of PERSONAL PROPERTY for which now Stands the elegant and Commodious " Rockcastle, "- sale on easy terms: Yes and please remember and S work mules; I wagons; 1 hack not forget the wobbly, uneven, bed; 1 new surrey; 1 rubber tire or short .stretches of brick, buggy; 1 set of buggy harness; 4 stone, or "plank" or mud turning plows; 3 section harrovvs; side walks, where now literally 2 disc harrows; 3 walking cultiva miles of concrete side walks, tors; I double shovel plows; 4 bull possible to perambulate, tongue plows; 1 mowing machine; make it nights, as well as day time 2 rakes; one-hal- f interest in 1 binWe passed thru a storm der; about 2500 ft. ol inch period of cussing, discussing, iron pipe in care of Mt. Vernon Fair Association; i, 12 horse every thing and every body in " power boiler and engine; all of my au attempt that " got no where interest in about 200 acres of In providinG ways and means growing crops, to be sold as it for lighting streets and dwell stands or so much per bushel a ings. witn allude cooperation gathering time. 2 stores and fix- and non political discussion, and tures, one store at Hansford and the putting up a few idle dollars, excellent plant one at Sand Springs, 5 show cases the present been installed with 2 desks; 1 typew liter; 1 iron safe; might have bad feeling, and bad 1 share in Peoples Bank; 1 share out the in Mt. Vernon Fair Association; taste "brought to the front in former attempt to say "Let 25 shares in Central Life Iusur-anc- e the '' in Mt Vernon. Co.; 2 shares in Don Over- there be light 4tb " Waterworks ? Did some land Shoe Co. of Indianapolis, one say "waterworks? Say ib lud.; 3 shares in Kentucky Rural again now: alltogether, Credit Association. Water works That W. M. Bullock. sounds good, Yes that's the slogan from now on "Booster Tickets " in any form to promote I wages and means for supplying For Infants and Children, with pure clean The Kind You Have Always Bought Mt Vernon water would be at a premium. Bears the Sewers ? yes, sewers, and saniSignature of tation, go hand in hand with pure water supply-D- o COUGH A HACKING you say "It cannot be done? WEAKENS THE SYSTEM it will It can. Its cheaper Don't suffer with Attacking cough cost less than the typhoid plague that has weakened your system . and the army of pests that accomGet a bottle 'of Dr. King's New pany it. in various forms. Discovery, in use for over 4o The Board of Health, backed years, and benefiting all who by scientific tests, will verify use it, thesoothing pnie balsam every statement, here made, with tar heal the irritated and invite the attention of our air passages soothes the raw neighbors in Mt, Veruori irrespecspots, loosens' "the mt cous and tive of party or creed to engage racking the body in a crusade for cleanliness, prvents with coughirg. Dr. King's New cleanliness of persru, cleanliness, Discovery induces natural sleep in Speech, cleanliness, in thought, and aids nature to' cure you. in action, cleanliness for our 1 . a - -j.. v sons and daughters, cleanliness of j SHOULD SLOAN.S LINIMEFT COJHIISSIOXEirS SALE. GO ALONE? our streets, our homes, and home Of course it should! For after a'in Hle nistru-- t town. Court of the Unitei States, forth' Eastern District of Cleanliness is next to godli- strenuous day when your muscles. Kentucky, No. 3067. ness and still we brgin in the have been exercised to the limit! an application Slonu's Liniment Unitkd Statics Tkust right wav to "clean up " out CoMPAY' . i side, inside and n all sides we Will take the soreness and stiff- against cannot hope to attain to godliness ness away and get you in line Kentucky Portland shape for the morrow. You Cemknt &Coai, Company, Defendant, or make any start toward it B virtue of a judgment rendered in should also use it for a sudden We have intentionlly kept in the above cau, the undersiCned, on the back grounds any discussion tattact of toothache, stiff neck bioader or hi her than material, backache, s.inss, bi.es and ,he '"""I . w ,..v,iv, u m.,uiiu ... piosperity, and have said nothing1 nmn accidents that are inciden- - o'clock.,, m. at or about the more than wluit is implied in the tal to a vacation. "We would as hour of twelve o'clock nnun or a soon. soon leave our baggage as go on thereafter as may be convenient, will the other diviion of our a vacation or camp out without "e11 at Public auction, to the highest The opportunity for further Sloan's Liniment." Writes one of CT l atlJe ?0r,of Kentucky, at County, . progress which we hope to bring vacationist, "We Use It for every , Vernon, in said County, all of the thing from cramps to toothache " Property of every kind and description out in a future paper. Put a bottle in your bug. Be pre- - and whereever located of the Kentucky J. W. VanWinkle I'ortiancl Cement and Coal Company pared and have no regret. whiua is covered by a mortjraije or deed HOW'S THIS New York city. of trust dated June 1st, 1912, which was We offer One Hundred August 11 I9I6 executed and delivered by said KenDollars Reward for any case of tucky Portland Cement and Coal ComMr. E S. Albrigt. Catarrh that cannot be cured by pany to the United States Trust ComEditor Mt Vernon Signal. pany, of Louisville, Kentucky, and Hall's Catarrh Hall's Cure Mt. Vernon, Ky. which was duly recorded in mortgage Catarrh Cure has taken by Dear Edgar; I noticed an an- book 9, pa:es 313 to 394 inclusive, in catarrh sufferers for the past nouncement in the Signal where the office of the Clerk of the Roclcastle 35 years, and has become known Jamie Thompson had come to County Court, and being all and singu as the most reliable remedy lar the lands, mineral and mining New York to accept a position rights, and properties and all estates for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure with an automobile company. In and interests in all those certain tracts acts thru the Blood on the justice to a Mt. Vernon boy I or parcels of land of said Kentucky Mucous surfaces, expelling the think it should be known that lie Portland Cement and Coal Company, Poison from the Blood and 1. t i nas oeeu piaceti1 in cnarge 01 a situate in, at or near Pine Hill. Rockhealing the diseased portions. castle County, Kentucky, and all its branch store of the Fellson Tire right, title, interest and estate, either After you have taken Hall's Company of New York Citv. at law or in equity, in and to the same, Catarrh Cuie for a short time He is located tit No. 44 Broad and their appurtenances, with all the you will see a " T' .. to-wit, TZl subject-"Opportun- ily. I "T ( great improvment your general heahht Start aking Hall's Catarrh Cure at once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Sold by all Tolebo. Ohio. in Street, Portchester New York. rights, privileges and franchises of the He is now recieving instructions Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Company attaching or leloniHg to or by an expert in the business extrcisablein or aboutor in connection As soon as he has learned the busi ness and in fact at the present time he has entire charge of it The greatest difficulty experienced by business men in New York City is to get some one who is absolutely honest to work for them and the owners are convinced that Jamie is just the person they want. I feel that he will make good and he has the makings of a successful business man iu him. The company have already under consideration a plan to establish a branch store at Mt. Vernon up on the completion of the Boone with the same, and all the income, revenues, rents, issues and profits thereof, the said lands, mineral and mining Druggist, 75c FOR SALK A five room cottage and six acres of land, four acres in fine fruit, and 2 year old. Some of the trees hore this year. A good strawberry patch of the early variety with sutticient 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. whtch I have- This property h? right in the Oil belt, or at least we hae oil at 4o feet. Will sell at a bargain. I also have to offer, ?. work mares and 2 work mules, 1 wagon and harness, I good 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 Eh ck Wal nut Cabiuet case and other things which are too numerous to men- l'on. Freier to sell at private sales. W. A. Tyree, Brodhead Ky. - rights, and properties and estates and interest therein, and being in particular twenty-fou- r (24) parcels 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, :ogether with all the machinery, engines, pipes, tubing, railroad.- -, mine ears, electric and other fixtures, tools, tipples, storehouse, dwelling-houseoffice buildings and other fixed and detachable and s, CURE FOR CHOLERA MORBUS. "Wnen our little ooy, now seven years old, was a baby he was cured of colera morbus b. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy." writes Mrs Sidnev Simmons, Fair Haven, N- Y. ''Since tnen other memhers of Number of employers" depand-ent- s ray family have used this affected (estimated), 8,000, valuable medicine for colic and 000. bowel trouble wite good satisfacNumber of railroads- - liivjlved, tion and I gladl endorse it as a remedy of exceptional merit." 1,285. Obtainable everywhere. Milage of railroads involved, movable property which may be now owned by said Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Company and which may be appurtenant to such interest in Way. the land, mining rights and mines of said Kentucky Portland Cement and If you should come up to New York, I wish you would call and Coal Company Reference is made to the decree and to the see me and I will get a "Flivver" in the above styled bill of complaint action for a more and drive you around the City exact and particular description of the real estate and other property to be ours sincerely, sold. The said twenty-foi- r (24) tracts William O. Jones. of land contain approximately two ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE thousand (2000) acres, more or less. Notice is hereby given to all The said property will be sold in one parcel and as persons having oiaims against the to the terms ofan entiretj and pursuant the aforesaid judgment. estate of Sarah M. Keller, to The amount to be raised by said sale is please nie same at my orhce at the sum of $79i,9ti6.59, with Interest the address given below, and all thereon at 6 per cent, per annum from persons indebted to the estate of July 29th, 1916. until paid, The Commissioner will require from each the above named decedent will before receiving any bid from bidder him, a please call and settle said debts. preliminary deposit of 5,000 00 in cash H. J. McCLURE, Administrator, or by certified check. Preliminary deposits from unsuccessful bidders will be Mt. Vernon, Ky. returned by the Commissioner at the TWO iMILUON TRAIN MEN conclusion of the bidding, 25 per cent, INVOLVED IN TROUBLE. of the amount remaining due on any What a railroad stiike in the bid which is accepted shall be paid imUnited States would mean is mediately after the confirmation of the sale: a further 25 per eent. shall shown as follows: be paid within twenty (20) days Number of men involved in after such confirmation; and a further eight-hou- r 50 per ent. of such sum shall be demand ,4oo,ooo. Total number of employers in- paid within forty (40) days after such confirmation; provided, however, that volved, 2,000,000. iu Number of stockholders for roads, 26,1262. The following directions preparing sticky ily paper are Par value of capital stock of given by Dr. Crumbine of the Kansas State Board of health: Take two pounds of raisins and and one piut ot castor oil. heatjo-gethe- r till it looks like molasses. Take an ordinary paint brush and smPiir while hot on any kind of paper, an old newspaper is good, and place several about the room. A dozen of these may be made at a cost of one cent. Half these proportions may be used if this is too much. A solution of formaldehyde, one part to 2O parts water placed on blotting paper in saucers will serve the place of poison fly REJIPE FOR'PLY PAPER. 207,211. railroads involved, 8,638,286,-892- . Total monthly receipts of railroads (April, i9i6), 289,887, 30G. Total monthly expeuses (April,- - cepted. 1916), 189,923,465. Amount roads say it would cost Fkrct to grant demands, 100,000- OOD. the purchaser shall have the right to anticipate either or all of such payments. All defened payments ahall 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 as a penalty for such failure. If any sale, for which a deposit has been 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 ac- George W. Welsh, N. Booth, Attorney. Commissioner Amount men say it would Cost. 25,000, OoO. Total number ot cars involved, 1,507.977. Children Cry FLETCHER'S C.ASTO R A FOR I CASTOR A papei SALE FOR TAXES. I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday Aug. 28th 1916, it being regular county court day, offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon Ky. for the purpose of satisfying taxes due on the Livingston Graded School, one house and lot in Livingston, Ky now occupied by J. F. Jones, taxes of R. M. K. Flour Co., 1914 tax. Amount $25 00. Cam Mullins, S. R C. -- X r tj r. ii Dentist r-M- Tm L A MT. VERNON, S KY J: tor yyiyyc$p Fron tRooms over Baker' Phone 49-- LOOK GOOD FEEL GOOD No one can either feel good nor 2,366,000. Passenger cars (approximate), look good while suffering from constipation. Get rid of that tired 55,700. draggy, lifeless feeling by a Service cars, 99,000. number of locomotives treatment of Dr. King's New Total Life Pills. Buy a box take (approximate ),65,ooo. In the Investment in railroads (ap pne or two pills morning that stuffed, dull feeling proximate), $17,000,000,000. is gone and you feel better at once THE BEST LAXATIVE 25c. at your druggist. To keep the bowels regular AUXASIOHDER the best laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a full glass of half an water hour before breakfast and eat an abundance ot freits and vegetables also es tablish a regular habit and be Texas Wonder cures kidney and sure that your bowels moves THE troubles, dissolves gravel, cores diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumaonce each day. When a medicine tism and all irregularities of the kldseys and bladder in both men and tromen. Ifnotanhl be needed take Chamberlain by your druggist, will be sent by mail oa re-aoaths' Tablets They are pleasant to take ! perfect a care, ', and mild and gentle in effect. Send. fortestlBoalala. from this and other States. Dr. . W. Hall. 388 Olive Street, obtainadle everywhere. ICLoBk,Mo. SoWbydraixists. A4t. Freight cars (approximate"), to-da- y, to-nig- K&v38&2