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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KTM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1916 NUMBER 49 Ax vV? -- liiiifi! r ' To the Lady of the House $ $$$ Dear Madam We wish to call your attention to a little specia which we will run for ..''" "V. CM jjSr'Hl i'tSwF&fij ?-- ;? ' ral jrzs- - 3 0 DAYS ONLY 5 lb. Best GRANULATED SUGAR ,23c 5 Bars LAUNDRY SOAP Always "on the Job" The right kind of clothes at the right prices are almost enough to sell themselves But there's another factor the personal element .25c .20c 4 Boxes BLUEING Gallon KARO SYRUP .50c ,40c .25c 4 Bottles EXTRACT (any flavor) 5 Boxes SODA 3 Bags TABLE SALT for 30 days only. Do not fail to buy this bill at one. 45c Lots of people come here to buy because they're sure of going away with a smile And a customer's smile is worth as much to us as our profit on the goods he buys. The satisfied person comes back . This Assortment will go for$" .98 - ' - u & - Jh"- - "B5'WMfal.r'.'-'S- . 1 ,C VT ?. s ' jrft t- . j is-- r i. ', . . -- r'-s- - ' k .zr .."i v:;)? ,d' r.." p . - v . s '. r'--' rrJ.ii&Mt-cA.i5- r. i j Ma.- bo- - , r. xS (New York WorldJ Cash WE PROGRESSIVES. NIrs' Talks trarTiTTlTiMWiTr'llifii1T Mer&Son The Grocery Men Save Money Today as assis- - kitchen furniture with a view of tants. We look for a good school. permanently locaiing in Detroit. ten-ce- nt ev. Jones, of East Bernstadt, .C.Carter and family, left Tues-ha- s They are also offering for sale inched his fa. lily to our d;iy for a weeks visit with rela sale and a pleased customer their, residence property. This town.-Mrs.- Bill Hnnks and child- - Uves at BostOQ) and whUe there is considered among are more valuable in the long ren have returned home after a.willgoon to Louisville and bring property the best in town, and is a bargain few days visit with relatives at his amo back Don.t you see We a ten dollar sale and a "never at the price they offer to take for Mt. Vernon- .- A. T. Feathers and H lo u jront- When it. Such household goods not sold it come baclc W P. Danes, of New Hope, were pjke before will be offered at public we get autos herc aud I here Sutiday between trains and f(iiiiiiif-ii.u - ihi'' ii ii iw rw. i nA sale Satuiday September i v 9th. t.v. w.kw went to Corbin in the evening. v.wiajn.v, Make us prove our willingWilson elected, by the jumping They are offering real bargains Mr. Feathers was once section jingoes, won't we be going some. and those interested will do well ness to serve stocks are foreman at this place and holds to take a look at these goods bethe same position at New Hope especially attractive right $loo REWARD, $oo. fore the day of sale W. F. Ve are not well acquainted with The readers of this paper will Carter is moving his family to Mr, Davis but like his appearance be pleased to learn thai there is the Mrs. S. A.. Barnes' property and we welcome them back to see at least one dreaded disease that on Main Street A smail child us as Mr Feathers has many science has been able to cure in oi Mr. and Mrs. O. Ii. Cass was friends here. Prof. Webb, of Mt. all its stages and that is catarrh. reported quite sick the first of Vernou, who will be principal of Catarrh being greatly influenced ttI?.t33lTz5&&Z5iii. week J. Moat Roberts is on our school here this year, was here by constitutional ronditions re- the crutches this week as the result Sunday and met several of the quires constitutional treatment of a sore loot Mr. and Mrs. A. patrons of this district. We are Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken inKY. M. Uiatt were the guests of his pleased with the outlook for a good ternally and acts thru the Blood on M father at Quail Sunday Miss school this term. G.B.Cook, who the Mucous Surfaces of the SysThe Clothcraft Store Mary Sutton is visiting her sister is seiving on the grand ury at tem thereby destroying the foun- Mrs, Walter Boyd, in Corbin Mt Vernon, was at home Sunday. dation of the disease, giving t this week Miss Amv Adams, of I.W.Catlin, who has been quite streugth by building up Crab Orchard. was with relatives sick for a few days, is some bet the constitution and assisting here the first of the week ter and able to be at his post at nature in doing its work. The pro Robert Kelly, of Danville, Mrs. Hflpgrgeryari-MyMfcjy- i" iwi3tswTif1( Ky. the freight depot. John Mullins, prietors hava so much faith in was visiting her grand parents, who has been working a few days the curative powers of Hall's Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens, here at Paris, has returned home. Caaarrh Cure thay otfsr One this week R. L Smith is in Mr. and Mrs. Claud Griffin, after Hundred Dollars for any case Bell County this week buying a weeks visit with relatives here, that cannot be cured. Send for cattle. & $ have returned home. J.H.Browu- - list of testimonials. s ing has moved his family back to Address F. J. Cheney & Co CONSTIPATION THE our town from May wood Well, Ohio. Sold by all Drug FATHER OF MANY ILLS. filled by an experPrescriptions it seems certain that a great rail- gist. 75c. Of the many ills that affect ienced your business road strike will in the near future humanity a large share start take place, as it now looks it is up Keep your with constipation. to the Presideut and Congres. bowels regular and they may be to us or This will be a terrible calamitv Mrs. E. B. Newland was visit- avoided. Wheh a laxitive is need-tak- e for the United States and it is to ing relatives in Crab Orchard Chamberlain's TablPta They be hoped that it can be avoided. during the week Attorney iLi. B. not only move the bowels hut im Buck Howard was in Mt. Vernon, Thompson, of Pineville. was with prove the appetite and strengthWednesday, as a witness in court. bis sister, Mrs. C. T. Ridd'e, en the digestion. Optainable We nad the pleasure Sunday of here Tuesday and Wednesday everywhere. shaking the hand of our old friend H. H. Reynolds bought a lot of James Maret, but as the trains A. M. Hiatt in the Henry addition made close connection, we did and is erecting a dwelling on it -Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Sowder of not get to talk to the Boone Way Larkin Hicks was seriously ill Middlesborough, visiting are booster, but we hope in the near the first ol the week Mr. and relatives at this place. Lola the future to be permitted to have a Mrs. A. E. Albright and daughter. talk with him, not that he would Miss Hazel and the Rev. A. J. little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. be benefitted but we are the one Pike motored to Richmond Mon- Robert Sowder is visiting her that would be t'leflfortuhate one. day where they attended the aunt Mrs Onie Kirby at Pine Bill Baker, of Mt. Vernon, has Baptist Association, returning Hill. Mr. and Mrs. George Per-cifspent Sunday with Mr. and put up a stock of goods here. W. Wednesday Dick Martin Mr. and Charles Carmical. G. Niceley, was in Mt. Vernon, the residence property Mrs. Mrs. Raymie Shepherd spent Wednesday, attecdiug court. owned by his sister, Mrs. E. E Mrs. Minnie Moore, of Berea,Ohas Protheroe, of Chicago, 111. This Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Died, on last Fridray returned home after a lew days property adjoins his mother's j Kirby. visit with her parents, Mr. . and residence property, 3nd has been Mr. James Rash, and was buried HSk SSU i Mrs. W.G. Niceley. Mrs. Robert occupied by Dr. W. F. Carter Saturday afternoon at the Clontz Mattingly, of Covington, and two for the past two years or more. burying ground. Miss Hattie Carmical spent Sunday with Misspretty little girls are visiting rela- According to the view of our es Nellie and Cleo Kirby Miss tives here this week. Capt. C A. fiiend when a young man Vina Kirdy, has returned home Kiley (Cat head), chief of the L. buys a house and lot and begins 2JB?ftJ?!2"The Greatany inland water world. "filSWi-J-S St "SEEANDBEE" Tha lareest and most costly steamer on Sleeping of the B Local and his staff. J.D.. Prin , to furnish it, it looks a little sus after spending weeks, with Mr. 1500 pauensers. or , i ERIE- Magnificent Steameri 3 "dry OF n r1 "CITY OF BUFFALO" if r .i.uuappen auai ona ... wampus picious Mrs. J. B Pike of De- - and Mrs. Henry Kirby near Pine BETWEEN ay CLEVELAND-DaiIy,Mvt;,. Hill. uevauit On their arrival m t,hi!.trr.i. xxr.h on v,. ;, IsttoNov. - 8:00 P.M. Cleveland Leave Buffalo 8:00 P.M. tare Buffalo city motored over to Lettered iT.f.ia rpi .fc rananixr - 6 JO A.M. Arrive Cleveland Amve 6:30 A.M. (Central Steidard Time) Connection at Boffalo for Niagara Fall and all Eastern and Canadian points. Railroad tickRock for the night. They all re- ed from the Western Kentucky I et reading between Cleveland and BnSalo are good for transportation ee oar teamen. Aak yog pcaei aafc or uckm vta sn, tiiae. port a big night. Our school will State Normal Business College, For Infants and ChiMrem, Beanttf eHv eoloredaectxmal poxile chart, abowing both exterior and interior of The Great I M ? gbin"SSEAKDBEE"atnt on receipt of fire eeaU to cover postage and mailing. Alioaak begin Monday, with Prof. Webb, are with relatives and descriptive booklet free. ad friends Tin KM You Havi Always Bwglt of Mt. Vernon, as principal, and here ior a few davs. Thevilbiii BUFFALO TKANSiT CO., CloTsUaJ, Ola THE CLEVELAND John Lear, Mrs. Bettie Pike-annow selling their household and Bears the The size of a purchase is only an item. We figure that a run LI VI NGSTO N Georie Mcure Jg I ' than - i.i i -- i.: i i Our now ifS. sills and all woodwo k. Will Not Mm jl y y iSTS and they will look spick and span under the hardest wear. It stains and varnishes at one application. You can buy Finish your floors with Harma's Lustro - Finish SUTTON & McBEE MT.VERtVON, Haiiiia'sLustrdFinis WliSW in any wood color to match your woodwork. It will dry with a tough fine for furniture, stair treads, window elastic coating that will not show heel marks. Also assess the-patien- Fade PURE DRUGS FRESH We want Your J. r Soldby B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Kv. man Don't forget ask at cut BR O DH EAD &c3 THE "QUALITY STORE WHERE b MONEY a TALKS xS&XSfgx. -- Kodaks Kodaks GEO.S.GRIFFiN & SON tt BOOSTING Sdc&x&i:? And Palling Tosether C makes Onr Townrow while the " Hand of " is always pointing to Big Values. quality Every time the second hand of the clock ticks off a minute something good goes over our counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes every customer a repeater. Make our Store a Schoolroom for studying Values ancLa place to get posted on good things. We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, Meal, Meat, Shipstuff, Hay, Corn, Straw, Fertilizer, Anlerican "Wire Fence, Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, and ail kinds of' Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you have to buy, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. HO PEWELL R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. ul pur-chase- d FARE $3 22 (kSMll (ihi ISSfi DAILY BETWEEN CLEVELAND t tiUPfAU) Liv-nigst- on ccommod-tuH- -- ..-- 15th-BUFFA- LO CASTOR A L p- . forw-patwP'eta-l- al 'TirinHiirTSi X e , GEp. S- - GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentucky 3ti3$3$gtt .. "W d i- -. -- . -- V. .. . LV -fv v5L---r3 '5 "f "iJ f il" " - v .. ...-- a rfs&rz-zsiK- -. - t , Kji ' . " V y:'t& z j .3SV "H " ttii. - - U T ''- - IIWi MWWUMWW MT.VERNON.; SIGNAL Friday, Sedr. i, 1916 A TRUE PR03R .SSIVE Judge Albert D. Nort .mi, the chieftian Progressive With Which io heretofore lntimatelv associated Roosevelt and othr Progressive Published every Friday by D 0 the Work, leaders, and candidate for- - gover- EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. nor of Missouri on the Progre ive ticket in I9I2, has annou .ced $I.O his support of President vilsou UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ; e r nd u .d't !2. and will take an active , .i t in the Advertising rates maac known on campaign. He has res sned from stallii n and- - or more of his 'olts, Parish, sec-0- 1 E C L ip' application the Missouri Appellate Court, to d. m f an.! family of 2 or moie which he was elected for a twelve col s S T.C'irtis, first, J.B.Waae, .so year term as a Republican, MEMBER OF second KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION that he can consistently support COMWNED CLASS. ttr&PrM. Jg5Efe.Vwiy VST jw3 M the democratic candidate. Bob Mare or gelding, any , Judge Nortoni says that Wilson j fir-t- , N. W. Rogers, secWalker, has demonstrated real Progressive t ond; best stallion, any age, C. T. Kentucky hair Dates ideals, while nughes is a typical Sandidge. first R. C. fme, secNew York lawyer wedded to the For 1916. ond . ideas and ideals of Big Business. SADKLR CLASS Final plans have been announc He contrasts the federal reserve BROD'lEAD PAIR LIST. Best stallion, any age. E. C. Co Fair. Barbourville, law, the Knox for the official Inspection Tour of law, the rural credits concluded from 4th page first. C T Sandidge, sneon 1; 1. child labor law, the supposed ; Aug. of the Southern Appalachian Painter, second; bestmaie orgod-iug- , Lane, running walker, regardless of Highway Association over Boone scientific tariff commission and; Wayne Co. Fair. Montieello, any age, N W. Rogers, first, best age or sex, W. C. Wilcher, first, a- -b Way from Biistol to Lexington, the shipping bill, all Wilson meas Sept S. T. Curtih, second; be.it double Kentucky State Pair, Louisville, team, either sex, Chancellor aud N. W. Rogeis. sec md Ky. The party will be in charge ures, with Hughes' opposition as HARNESS CLASS of Henry Robert" and A Gray governor of New York to the in bept. 11-Curtis, first, J. J. Rigsby, second. Best stallion, E C.Lane, first, O. Gilmer, of Bristol, and will bt come tax amendment and his DRAFT CLASS. FORGET YOUR AOHES. T. Sandidge, second. two-cen- t fair bill, and composed of a number of promi- veto of the Best mare or gelding, any age, Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame SPKCIAL CLASS. the total lack, as evidenced by nent men fiom Southwest VirFanciest turnou , Eob Wal er, back make life a burden. If you I L. Phillips, first, VV. C. Wil-checonginia. Meetings will be held in all his speeches, of any real first, S. T, Cu lis, feiond; p:eti second. suffer from rheumatism, gout, the towns along the Highway structive program. est lady on grounds at 3 o'clock, MODEL CLASS. Judge Nortoni asserts that a lumbago, neuralgia, get a bo'tie and prominent speakers will ad Mrs W C. Yadeu; ugliest man a Best stallion, mare or gelding, tending fair W F Bradley, first, Liniment, the universal great many true Progressives, of Sloan's dress the crowd on the subject of of the remedy for pain. Easy to apply; jar-- age, Bob Walker, first and H.C. lone, second: (where was Boone Way and good mads in resenting the betrayal Judge Haggard?); best walk, hot party by former Bull Moose it penetrates without rubbing second. general. or canter, mare or selding, N. W and sooth the tender flesh. Clean Hon. J. F. Mixer, Editor of leaders, will support Wilson. SADDLE CLASS Rogers first. J T. Rigsby. second: the Automobile Blue Book, the A party of motorist came thru er and more effective than mussy Best running walker, W. C. fanciest harness tig. mare or geld For Wilcher, fiist, W Carnelt, second; ing, IN . V.Kogers. firs , Hob Wnli.--er- , greatest Tourist Routing Agency here Tuesday morning enroute ointments or poultices. sprains or strains, sore muscles or seo id; best pony and rig in the world, will come from from Dayton, Tenn. to Ottawa, WrOnM-ioryears old and under, raenltmn best stallion, 3 ..-- .shown in harness and under sad1 uy ten oauaua. Tu,-..- lP. rt..t... . vin- - . " " o w R Gai New York especially to join the fi,st oe Fietcher dle, L. F. Jones, firot, Chester will start Chattanooga, Saturday 7:20 P. from strenuous exercise Sloan's party. Several cars Wallin, second from Bristol and they will be M. in a little Ford, wnen asked unimem gives qniuic reuer. ixeep CLASS. ROADSTER ROADSTER MULE RACm. about the roads they said Wild it on hand for emergencies. At joined by others enroute. Best roadster stallion, mare or Best roadser mule, either sex, Among the speakers may be Cat Hill in Laurel county was a your druggist, 20c. gelding, 2 years aud under 3, Jesse Mink, first. Harrison Mirk, mentioned A. Gray Gilmer and pike compared to a long stretch E. L. Wade, first, N. W. Rogers, second. aud of road between Maynard ROADSTER HORSES. Mayer George M. Warren, of Csecond. Best roadster stallion; mire or Knoxville in Tennessee. Bristol, W. H. Aston of Washing, SWEKPSTAKK ROADSTER CLASS. FR FLETCHER1; gelding, any age, Bob Walker ton County, Capt. N. S Finuey of Best stallion, mare or gelding. . " ON BOONE WAY " fir:, and epcond. F,. C 1 ,'itip 3rd; Russel County. H. I. Scott of Biuefield, E. J. Prescott of Big To the Business and Professional Stone Gap and Hon. J. P. Mixer Men of Mt. Vernon, Brodhead, Pine Hill, and Livingston: of Mew York. To further advertise our county The party will be piloted thru towns, and to keep constantly Cumberland Gap into Kentucky and world, it is suggested by Mayor J. L Manting of Mid before the dlesborough, who will met thtin that tne Mt. Vernon people tuse ,11 printat Cumberland Cap, Teun Other on their letter heads and" Home of ed Matters, the words: its flavor is so different and so Kenluckians will join the party " Other places to use Boone Way delightfully good ; and make the trip to Lexngton. " Boone VVav." it can't bite your tongue; where the big road Convention the words On is While Mt. Veriion, Inday, opens on the 5th and the Lexing it can't parch your throat; the most widely advertised little ton Races on the Gth. you can smoke it as long and in coun The party will leave Briitolat town (in the roid line) the as hard as you like without any it desires to keep it up and 6 a. m. Monday morning Sept ty, comeback but real tobacco hapvun frrtbor 4th and will spend the tirnt night spread its reputation piness! Ruckt-atlaiei Puieville. They will leave P.iih Other towns in at On the reverse side of every Prince good share ol'atten ville at 0 a. in on thi5 5th ;ind also getting a Albert package you will read : by the time j " PROCESS PATENTED hold meetings enroute as foil nvs: tion in this worn and the highway is put. thru, all the JULY 30th, 1907" Barboursville 8: 00 Corbin 9; on; That means to you a lot of tobacco enabove places will be known thru London ; 10: Oo; Livingston 12:00; joyment. Prince Albert has always been country as being in the Mt. Vernon .1; 00; p. m : Crab out the sold without coupons or premiums. We county in which tuo movement prefer to give quality Orchard !i; OC. a highway The meetings will be held trorn originated for putting the cars in the streets of the thru the Cumberlands. :' into, the ot towns so as to save time The Appalachians aud the Land Copyrighting widely spread in br K. J. Reynold party expects to arrive at Lex- the Sky." This Tobmcco Co. formation will eventually prove 4 o'clock. ington about county and the jiational joy smoke This force has constructed 2I of much beuefit to our Tourist, and of macadam road on Boone its prosperity. miles howdy-dno Y'OU'LLi find a cheerystranger you on tap the and others much of a are in Way from Cumberlmd Gap to travellers and investers neck of the woods you drop into. For, Prince in goodness and are already taking notice and Albert is right there at the hrst place you Boode's Path undei Stale Highpass that sella tobacco ! The toppy red bag sells for a nickel and the tidy red Wnonrrn 'it 'nnernA'rjcrv many inquiries are received by in pipe satisfaction way uiyon.j ij r,ncrriti supervision Commission tin for a dime; then there's the hand F0R5M0XERSUNDERTHE. some pound and tin by other is all we or its enthusiDuffield and Bristol will soon ba this Association and humidors and the pound PROCESS DISCOVEREDllH crystal-glashumidor with completed. The divisions beyond associations, relative to the town top WAKING EXPERIMENTS JO astic friends ever claimed keeps the to " noise '' that has made so much ODUCElTHE,JM0STlDEbacco in such Bristol to Lexington and Boone that for it ! bang-utrim and did such good work for the Liun(iruj.Anu rvnuLc,, all - the Park, N. C, will be completed qy SOME TOBACCO! FOR CIG- . mnoj 3 .. advancement of roads Brignter 1, i9l7, RS. when it is ex June answers every smoke desire you and better days are at hand for PROCESS! PATEHTEDH pected to have a completed route or any other man ever had! It is so Rookcast'ci. JULY 30,! from Louisville. Ky., and Chili old if .... .i.i cool and fragrant and appealing to your lOdACCOlOHPAXT, James Maret. Pres . cothe. Ohio, through the Ken-tucilliWiMrroHieMUC Mi'lll iTjiT I! Boone Way Association. smokeappetite that you will get chummy with iii' " ' Blue Grass "and the DDES 'ii)i'llli9i'iiiiii it in a mighty short time ! The Cumberlands " into The " Land of BETHURUM & LEWIS Appalachians and the This is the rerarsa side of the Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say-s- o the Sky." Distances to these Attorneys at Law Prince Albert tidy red tin. Read from Will practice in all the Courts. North Carolina points this "Patented Process" meuage-tc-yo- u on the national joy smoke? and realize what it means Louisville, 000 ; from Chilicothe Office in Bethurum Buiiding. in making Prince Albert so much 600 miles, the route merging at to your liking. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-SaleMt. Vernon, Ky. N. C STOP THE FIRST COLD. does not get well ol process of wearing out a self. The cold wears you out, and your co'd becomes, serious it neglected, Hiickin coughs drain the cnorgy au .sap the vitality. For 47 years tn,. ntppv combination of sooth- - , jn,r antiseptic balsams in Dr. King's New Discovery has heded Coighs and relieved c ligation Young and old can testifv to the effectiveness of Dr. King's Nuv Discovery for coughs and olds, Bay a bottle to day at your Drug ist, 5OC A cold We Save the Goods any age, Hob Walker, nrst rnd FiMUJJI.aUalA-BmWL,tKaWB8EgqaK- fl if second, N. W. I'oges. thud: bo t mare colt. under 6 rivnths S ", Curtis first, T. A Brent, eroni; west, horse colt, under G months old. RobNixMu, rirst, H.C. Jones, second; mare and colt bv Iser side, S.T.t'urtis. first, B W. Gaines, see-o- n ;s mare or geldin, 1 , Children Cry fr Fletchers lit, 1 a-p- The Kind You Have Always Bonjjht, and which has heeu in iise for over SO years, iuis lornothe siimatnre of and has ucen mado tinder his i -- rfsoiial sunervisimi s!Tir w.v Infjiiwv- its ..... fvv Allow no one to deceive von in tlr.3. " are haft All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle vitli and entlanjjer the health, of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. A Just-as-jjo- ml J 30-Se- pt. 16. Oil, PareCastoria is harmless goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is plca&ant. Ifc contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other Narcotic suhstnnca. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverislmess. For more than tlurty years it lias been in constant use for the relief cf Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend Bo-wete- CASTOR What is snhstitnte for Castor I A a , QE&UiME CASTORS A Bears the Signature ALWAYS r, la Use For Over 3 THC GCMTAUR COM fAMV. NEW Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought YOK CITY. I iJ t licr-mon- tc , , m "43 nI- Children - fx-- tt mooo ooom mm mi m OA 3TO m w ! Prince Albert gives Clean, Strong and Safe Thf standinq of n Liunk is determined by tti J.tw which itoper-ales- . a. bv th ability an.J clmraeter of it nianagciTi'Mit. Tho conservative method- of this Bank, its record of 15 years of banking, and the con) teous Treatment extended to all, mp its best vn-Jt-- r 1 - 1 flK delight, because smokers such ?uc-cessf- u'. 1 recommendations. YOUR BUBINE-S fOLlC'lTl D, The Bank of Mt. Vernon fete g m o-oo-b MT. VJiHNON, KY. e 1 IHT-'?I 1 n VC'OOO- - ninnMAM ESUS m $&m 1 jiuiiyM V A DDIwrp I'mLBERT o Poultry l:.gh.st price Poultry and prompt Ship us yonr Poulsry and receive returns HouchensBros. AVIIcjI-ESAL- V.OM MISSION; MERCnANTs" 0 14 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. 1G-I- 3t half-poun- d ! s sponge-moisten- er - p it -- k w' . , I, a International Sweepstakes Tickets n M rill ROUND TRIP "fslIU Ppem JUNCTION. CITY ami Return b'lNAL LIMIT Tickets Good Returning to )ech oiigtoal starting point prior so .nidi iht September 10. I9IU C. B. HARBERSON, inelnnatl t Sale September 1 , 2 & 3, and for Trains scheduled Id arrive CINCINNATI before noon September 4. Motor Race m, Mt. Vernon. Tickets and complete information upon application to K. C KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, Lexington, Ky. Ticket Agent, Junction Gly, Ky. -- . To the little mountain town of Mt. Vernon , Rockcastle county Kentucky, belongs the credit of originating this big movement and successfully fighting it thru to a successful completion, this soon to be one of the greatest " connecting '"' highway links in our country, not exceeding the Dixie Highway uses on its Eastwith ern loop, the same road-be- d Boone Way from Cumberland Gap as far as Foxtown, Madison county, Kentucky. Had not Boone Way already been placed en the map when routing the Dixie High wap at Chattanooga in May 16 1 5 he Eastern loop thereof vis Cumberland Gap, would have been an irredescent dream. It was the biggest card that Cincinnati and Lexington, along with other cities of the East, had to play at the big routing convention at Chattanooga, the conditions having been created by the little mountain town above mentioned without one cent ol fiancial assist anra from Ohiofs metropolis, al though asked aWmber of times. INDIANA Ufnei ' o, i5"I5aJlS:S5S--1&- 3 X5i 5a JmO - Cilt.t.COTJ4r OHIO Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," S KENTUCKY 'N-y.Y ' . VIRGINIA-'- . "' . "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- cetved from the use of Thedford's writes JF Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. JJ "It certainly has no equal lor la grippe, bad colds, JP liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht J? saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's JJ Black-aught made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Di J J J J 5 OUTUNE O Y,K- - y is -- rxLr.V- . -- ,. BOONE WAY A HISTORICAL MICHWAY NAILCO ON TO THC ACH-DRAUG- HT tAP IrTki LirtLt old town or MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. V MOVCMlNTOWiOIMATtD JAMES MARET ' ROUTED. TENNESSEE Via mt. vsrnon ano cumboujwo cap JANUARY Z, IMS. LOUlSVtLLCJW. TO COOHC PARK ANO LZAIKCTON. N.C. ltl'xg ' incluoinq a line to poonc6bor0, w. ' "V -- 1 X,r H m tS5 0 CHILLECOTC.OHIO. VIA WINCHESTtZr7.PARIS. CARLISLE, AND -mmsae MAYSVILLE. TO BE ROUTED e--eiBe &" - m m m & W0ff7-- CAROLINA .,x - J . ' FffOM BOOt4PAF!K - . . 4 TO LOUISVILLE. SOO AUl - ' - -O BOONEBORRO CHILLICOTHE COO in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- - JJ ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, dh reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. p If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. V If . '1 v.. - .$ii - '., . trAin:tMl S ' '! i tf SsS- - - ZM ,Mj MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky, Sept. r, 1916 Xi Bring ine ooys to Fish's and chant, is reported some better. fix them up for school. Miss Francis Sparks spent a See Fish's about that new 'portion of last with friends at fall suit you are going to buy. UVeus, W .j. ihe Burr Aiur - i Enereeiic ' I 79 n wan to Communis T7f. crate vrlthSIQNAL 1 1 v, Rockcastle County is producing Coed Advice some of the finest watermelons in vx.'PI P . ... .:..:. t. luW lir ntll the Stats. The land on Nigger Without Health Man Can iNot mm .(MMBB'aB -Round trip Lexington Creek near Brodhead seems to be 815' wms--y&iFvnnnf. t W Pn,.i ill! 1 v;vx Hi am h Sept. 3 and ' u' 'or trains arriv-i- n ras. ' well adapted to melon Uui6villc & Nashville R R.Co. whpn mnn mhn , rore noon Sept. in Lex-u;! There has already ten or twelve V ME TABLE. throws out his chest, pulls his 10th. Account 5 limiti" wagon loads here from that d ,. from jefcween smilj 22 uCTtn. 5.I0 p m Southern :.i'il..iiiu:u Good roads section this week and more com- - aM sayS( .. j feela r cgn 24 aortn 3:56 a m association trior R eat anything, " he has struck the 23 south 1 Xa TZX I Look ' Roun t'ip Ltxiusfon $5.50 STRUCK OIL. keynote of content and is envied 21 3c;: th 12:13 a m V"'-Sk- . or the lm&'--$ Sept. 4 aii'i 5 Accouii. iventuckv W. M. Bullrck, field manager by his fellows, I as. Landrum, Agent. an for the Rockcastle Oil & Gas Co. But when thai same man. only Slate optiiing Nuioaul Repuli-cPhr-n'Co. S. ( amp.vign telephoned in from the Cummins a short time beiore, is all run-w- ell . on the that they had strucu oil at down, nervous, and can't trust 1 ii- - Graded Sch .oi bei-- i is next -i Mt Vernon, Ky. Pos'.cIjcp Kntere ihr ticond-:i:ib- s mail umttbr. 160 feet. He made no other state- - his stomach to accept even the wee!. If y )iir children need ment, except to say ihey would plainest fare, and then comes schcol shoes bring tnem f.i Fish's L'Klt.SOiNA h go deaper whh the well. There, back into his own, he is so happy and gtt thorn shi-d- . t& Mr average pair of shoes gives a fi w clays. is considerable excitement around that he wants to make life better who has typhoid Cii'Ut Mui-ins- . Our own girls have canned lots you service at a cost of three Mrs. Clias C Davis l and town as the result ot th.s report, for the other fellows who suffered continues cry sick. of tomators and we would suggest daughters Misses Christine and Ti .and a half cents a day as he did. Ru Work on the Dixie Highway Proctor is home for a Edna have returned To their home feeling that has that our people oall for home It just this "Star Brand" Shoes are better near Pme Hill is beina: pushed few cays from Irvine. at Winchester. prompted many thousands of men canned tomatoes theieby insuring , , , ,i f . Pri-ithan the average shoe, therefore Cha. B Anderson was S. T Proctor has been confined and women thru out the United sale for entire out put. ,. , .. , m, uuui. tue uruwioru imi near States to tell of the lierea yesterday. the cost per day is less. overiroru to his room for the past week CHAMBERLAIN" S COLIC, benifits they Mrs Cleo Erown was ver with a severe case of malaria. He Brodhead on the Boone Way is have derived from Tan lac. the CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA They may cost you a quarter more but being put in fine shape The new sick ti'.f iirsi part or the week is better new. they'll last a dollar longer. great reconstructive tonic, invig-oranREMEDY grade follows the old road most of Dv Baugh of London appetizer, and rebuilder of This is a medicine that every R. E. Toms, U. S. Senior High There are lots of good shoes, but visiting John Albright this way Engineei, was here this week the way but so much improvement torn down tissues. Nowhere is family should be provideg with. has been made that one would tho history of proprietary medi-c- Colic and diarrhoea often come on we.-with .Stale Engineer Wiley lookhardly know it is the same comMi;-- j Mnrtln Sparks ties has there been found a suddenly and it is of the graetest is with ing over the new pikes munity prop-int-i'that has equalled importance that 1! tv he treated frient-- , at. rd fur a ft w Ike Snodgrrss and son, after a These shoes are made by the world's largest shoeTanlad's record for instant popu- prompt lv Consider Iht- - suffering days imi. There will not be any strike makers. The more they make the less they cot to aays siay witn relatives in make. This saving goes into extra quality. .rei until a Mrs. W.H. Krutz r iul children this county returned last week to says a report which passed over larity Although this new famous tha must be Master Medicine has been on the ph ii- a . ifrivps or mei! .:ine cn the wires this morning. An 8 of Kuoxville are visiting Mrs. T. their home in Colorado. They are made in all styles, grades and market about a year, two millions be i ijiuinel C'.n. Colic, prices for every member of the family. D. Muliins and family S. F. Bowman returned from hour day will become effective and the other questions in con- - of bottles have already been sold. Cholera and L'i rmoea Remedy Willis McKenzie writes from Jackson Wednesday and reports All Genuine "Star Brand" Rhrvc have 1 aniac s success is based entirely has a reputation second to uone the manufacturers' name on the eole and Ok ahoma that he will start for his father a little better, but still troversy will be adjusted. Neither for the quick relief which it af- the railroad heads or tho Brother- on merit their star on the heel. Ewrv naie tmr.oc.tKes'tncky in a few days. in a very serious condition. leather. No substitutes for leather ever used. Iu every community there area forbs. Obtainable everywhere. hood want a strike such as this Jui-.K. U Williams will arLogan and Oscar Bryant went men would be and the welfare of the legion of nervous, Don't just go into any rive t' mctrsow lrom Covington to Cincinnati Tuesday and returnNot really sick, Wanted:- - it you have any In nation demands that it be averted and women store and ask for them, to peud a iew days with his ed Thursday with two new Ford dian relics such as stone pipes, k but come to us. f possible Again the wise heads perhaps, but affected with a nermot ' . runabouts of the 19 17 Model. vous, debilitated condition, so that large flint spears, grooved axes, at Washington are safely guiding , J M. Brow!-- the East Bern-st- n Miss Sallye Reynolds who has the ship of state to peace and they inagine countless things are pots and bowls, shell beads, etc., i aznt, spent several days been with friends, at Ashville N. wrong with tbem, They have found in caves, graves and old plenty. ff on a C for the past three weeks'return j datives here, whil wl headaches, are sluggish in mind fields. Write to V. L. Grittin, Tkere wa a niei ting of several and body, and vacation. ed Monday to accept the principal haven't enough Somerset, Ky., and get his prices prominent Democrats of the lith real energy I rof. Lyons, the tie j rincipal -- hip of the Masterstown school, to make them self- - on them. Congressional Distri t t Corbin cf Ihe Graded School, has rrrived one mile from Corbin. relience in eveu the litt le things ARE YOU LOOKING OLD? Kv last M udav ana it was deand is stopping at the Welch of life, Miss Stewart, principal and Old age comes quick enough cided to push the organization boarding house. Miss Turner, matron, of Laugdon They need something that without inviting it. Some look old of Wilson and Marshall Clubs contains the right nerve food at forty That is because they Miss Maud A. Rowleo, arrived Memorial school arrived Monday throughout the 11th District. :onic, invigorant and appetizer neglect tho liver and bowels. Keep ted y fiom Wichita, Kansas end and ,re busy getting things in Mt Vernon has the honor of which will C readiness for the opening of school awaken their sleeping your bowels regular and your vi'l c the guest if Mrs S. organizing the fiist Wlson and energies They also need some-hiugt- liver healthy and you will not only Wednesday iSept l'h. Fra klin for a week or two. Marshall Club in Kentucky. Let speed up their assimilaMr. and Mrs J Fish, Miss the good Deinocrates of Prof and Mrs. .1. S. Irvine left this tion to a normal state, somethine feel younger but look younger. lS!2rc? lEAcmo cLiffiSJliy , Julia and Master Jack Fish county get busy everywhere and When troubled with constipatio this morning for Bardstow wh.ere the Prof, will have charge and Mrs Sarah Maret motored lots have these clubs in every to bring back old vitality, biliousness take Chamberlain's and a cherry view of Tablets. They are intended especiHigh School. to Stanford yesterday. They spent of the Bardstown towii and district. life. ally for these ailments and are Virj.il P. Snith of a part of the day wifh Mr and A'orneys Tanlac will meet these needs, Mr. and Mis Joe B McKenzie Henry Catron uear Cedar excellent. Easy to take and most Somerset and J. C. Chenault t f Mrs. HOW TO GIVE GOOD delightfully entert. iued a number ft has proved beneficial m cases agreeable in effect. Obtainable Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Jreek. were among the visitRichmond ADVICE they are likely to follow your of the young people at their home of stomach, kidney and liver ills everywhere. Miss Auburn Chinn, district ing lawyers u. the local bar this The best way to give good ad- - example. This remedy has peen agent for the Girls Canning Club, Fridav Evening. Following is a which are the base of these week. list of those present: Misses common disorders, it fortifies vice is to set a goob example, for many yeara and enjoys an ex- Miss Margaret Jones and cousin is with Mrs. E R. Gentry the Verna Welch, Bonnie Nicely, Onte one to better encounter fatigue reputation. Obtainable When others see how quick you ceilent FIETOHER'S Miss Manning have returned to County agent assisting her in the Silvers Mattie Chesnut, Ethel exposure and the daily grind of get Ov'er your cold by taking everywhere. Oklahoma after a few weeks work with the local clubs. Mrs. Davis, Christiue Joplin, Lee May life. vi-- it with Miss Jones sister, Mrs Gentry says the girls are doing As the proof of the pudding is some splendid work this vear. Christerson, Esther Staverson, W. B Spivy. Ruth Muliins, Ruth Landrum, iu the eating, so is the proof of Mr and Mrs. J. T. Chestnut, of a full repott of which will appear Sidney ' Crawford, Martha Burdine Trnlac in the taking, Lancaster, Mrs. N. U. Bogie, ol in this paper soon Joa Davis, Ella Mae McKenzie, Tanlac is being mtoduced in Lexington, and Mr.aud Mrs. R.L. LOCAL Lula McCoy, Mrs Ina St. Clair: Mt. Vernon at R. H. .Mil- Collier, motored over from Crab Court will adjonm about Mon Messrs. Earl Cox, Richard Cox, 4er, also at Central Drue Orchard, Monday. day. Lewis Miller, Everett Muliins, Co., Livingston. Tohn and Mr Arthur Wallen and familv. Logan Bryant, Richard Muliins, Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead John Azbill, of the East side, of Columbus, Ohio, after a few Robert McKenzie, Edgar Mullin--- , W. M Owens' store, Burr, Line dted Suudav of tuberculosis. days visit to Mr. Walleu's rela Willie Davis, James Oats, CIvde Bros.. Crab Orchard. S. E. O'Bryan and several other good Baker, Aubrey Martin, tives in the county returned to Welch Berea: J. Reynolds and Omer brands of Overalls at Fish's. Son, Bee Lick, where the Tanlac their home last week. Chesnut. Man explains its meriis. Mr. and Mrs George T. John When you think of Fall Shoes folCIRCUIT COURT son and family have moved to think of STAR BRAND and Babe Leece who was on trial at Bourbon County, Mr and Mrs. Fish's. LOST. STRAYED Oli STOLEN: the time cf our last issue charged a brown lilly Floyd Miller will occupy their The Graded school will open i year old with residence on Newcrrab Ave and iron gray tail, strayed or was Tuesday, Sept. 5th. On account of with malicious shooting Mr. Wiley, State Etoid Engin- Monday being Labor day, the wounding Armp Hiatt, was given taken from my place Aug 5th one year in the pen. eer of Kentucky, was here look- opening was postponed. Liberal reward for her return or ing over the work being done in John Burnett wrecking train, information leading to her recovSeptember 16 Saturday, J. L. Smith a former Rockcastle given two years in the pen: Eddie ery. Sam Fields Mt Vernon Ky. and county under State-ai- d this says he is very much pleased with boy, who has been in Arizona Jennings for disturbing religious Aug 26 3 t. September 16 Saturday, for the past two years died sud- worship $2o; James Winsted for it. The many frienr's of Take Be denly, says a report from. East striking K J. McKinney acquit- September J 9 -- Tuesday, Las Vegas, his home. ed Chester Burdiae selling liquor thurum will be proud to hear of For Sale: Nice Pony and convicted. his good fortune and the honor September Wednesday, cart for sale. Ponv strawberry conferred upon him when on last The court gave peremptory inMonday he was commissioned as roan, 52 inches high, three years structions in the case ot Mrs. September 21 old and good driver. Cart good as Minnie Anderson against the L. Second Lieutenant. John Robins and Albert Hiatt new. See J. Monte Roberts, or & N. Railroad Co Mrs Anderson's September Saturday, husband was killed by a train two of the live wires of Brodhead J. R. Cass. Brodhead Ky. were here Wednesday in their Miss Tevis Bethurum enter at Hazel Patch while walking September Tuesday, new Graut six, which car they tained quite a number of her along the track. The suit was for iSo.ooo with J udge Lewis Walker, have tne agency for and which is friondc nf ti,Q vnnnc.r ,.f ! September Wednesday, one of the extra good looking Fridav evenine in honor of Mis of Lancaster as the attorney for cars. Edna Davis,, who left, t.h fnllnur. the Plaintiff: v vu WV II Saturday, September fu .,: r rv.. wttt:ti Frank Muliins was called to iug day for her home in Winagainst J. c. Plumer his father; Get Our Prices and Laurel County Saturday night on chester. October was dismissed by the .". We .Will Get Your account of the serious illness of W. M. Muliins, who is in charge Court Trade his little daughter, who has brain of the force at work on the Brod Friday, October Dr. McWilliams charged that fever. Be took Dr. Owens with head road will soon have the same his father-i- n law had alienated him and found the little one in a ., , Saturday October 7 w.,v ,N A. vary serious condition, she is graded into Brodhead. Mr. Mul-lThns has done good work and has .u u . u ,. i resting better at this time. demonstrated that he is a road'.separation. At the same time J. J. McCall of Maretburg, builder. Office will be open on all days to receive divorces were granted in the case returned from Norton In has settle my Office Please meet me on the above dates or The Winchester Sun is tmb of Mrs. McWilliams against Dr. firmary, where he underwent a very serious operation. He makes lishing a series of pictures, of McWilliams. your daily trips to Mt Vernon to have scenes along Boone Way. One The suit of J. W. Rider against the parts where the incision was published a few days since depicts pteas Debord and James Wiu-- a u0;nrr i : : mad, dressed. Jop looks a little section of hlffhwav beyond Cum- - cf cut down, but Is on. the improve perland Gap, under which the ment, was thrown out of court on O PkiM 52 MT.ERNON,KY. ' ' following article appears. ' W peremptory instructions. .1 Sheriff Rockcastle .. ! 1J- - 1 tew days. Harmon Skidmore has the place as assistant teacher in the Buffalo schuoi a. $50 per month. Mrs Jouas McKenzie and Mrs S. B. McKenzie are visiting relatives in Girrard County. Purcell Moynahan of Nioholas-vill- e is with his brother. Comity Road Engineer B. T. Moynahan. C. H. Muliins was up from Stanford Sunday to see his brother Grant, who is very sick with typhoid. A B.Sams, prominent fanner and good citizen of the Maret burg action, is in Richmond for New fall suits for young men Mack Ricketts of Anderson, .'and those who want to look young Ind. is with relatives here for a at Fish's. London. lot TSred Out Star Brand shoes mav few cents more per pair cost per day is les. Get at F sh's today. Round trip Cincinnati Sept. and foi trains i-- cost a but th a pair I r tsr,'t 2-3 $ 5 5O arriv- - ing in Cincinnati before noon' Sept 4th. limited to Sept 10 account first annual Tnternat.anal Sweepstakes motor race. .!,- inn p;w Dan is :iwM IsPL. r I nr1 YJnrm 1 Bill ' l -- sJ7 . m i :' ! .: r "3 2 bk. I uc-epi. wm Jrpi' THB 'i-- j in c r t, i ha-bee- n k St-m- f -n "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" i-- w f-- - V - e run-dow- n -- Awk j7a JUL o self-relie- nce THE HOME OF GOOD SHOHES dASTORUi Ut NOTICE To the Tax BRODHEAD, CONWAY Payers OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I or one of my Deputies will meet you at the lowing places to collect Taxes for iqi6: 1 LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL ROCKFORD, DISPUTANTA, S CLIMAX, WILDIE, 20 Thursday, 23 ! - I g MILL WORK g in-lfi- w I I s a .; ,, Proctor & MULLINS STATION, ORLANDO, CIVINGSTON, QUAIL, LEVEL GREEN, PONGO, The Sheriffs Taxes Tuesday 26 27 30 3 6 at Taxes to ..-- : f JfTyri CAM MULLINSi ivT . V i.TViS V County ? ?- , ,e- - " w. i &&& - -' J'at -' .." I I- ibifiyiMAIi Hi The Man With Million A Ir.iCftl eU Els nidi MAC 8 FEDERAL 1 BlIiLoiD SLalllxU' Needs alclean 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 Transportation Tie-u- p Would Paraiyzo Business. FARMERS TO FACE DANGER. Could y OUT business and is PAID ON TIME pre- pared to care for it. INTEREST DEPOSITS Not Market Crops and Losses Would Run Into Hundreds of Millions With Factories Unable to s Would Suffer. Operate Wage-earner- . 0 Peoples Bank it I J"rtn-J t1 -- r'm mmimm WVVvv.iMWVVl'VjivNTl UfiDSBTAftE Our line of Couch Caskets is un excel W Hand-mad- e Ooftins furnishet j From the viewpoint of the public it is an intolerable situation when any group of men. whether employes or employers, whether large or small, have the power to decide that a great section , shall underof country go great loss of life, unspeakable suffering and loss of property beyond the power of description, through the stoppage of a necessary public service. This, however,- is the situation which confronts us as a nation. From the Report of the Eastern Engineers Arbitration Board (1912) signed by Charles R. Van Ilise, Oscar Straus, Frederick N. Jud-soAlbert Shaw, Otto N. Eid-lit- z and Daniel Willard. n, Hearse senl to all he County. )j;j 1! jarts ol All orders by Wire Promptly Filled ill Phone W. A. 94-- S CX,i M J'. VERNON, KY. i$&3$3a$3&X3a$ J ftyc3j&c&yc& J I GRANV ILLE OWENS" f UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky LINE COMPLETE $ Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- 2fC phone orders Promptly Filled 3gjcqfc3oe8pe:c ' JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE 5:)c3e33e3f2$3C$Q9C93S30C i .C& a good m. As a result of the demands for more wages which the train service employes of the railroads have been pressing upon the transportation lines, the country is face to face with the possibility of the greatest strike and the most seriqus industrial catastrophe in its history. The engineers, conductors, firemen and brakemeu on practically all the railroad, lines have voted to place their entire interests in charge of a le.v leaders within heir organizations, and p. to give these leaders authority to call n strike If they wish to do so. What such a strike would mean to the American people cannot be set forth in mere facts and figures. It can be dimly Imagined by those who real ize what an intimate and vital pari transportation plays in every industrial activity of the country. Cities Would Face Starvation. There is scarcely a person in any part of the land who would not be immediately affected if the millions of busily turning wheels on our nearly three hundred thousand miles of railway were to stop for a single day. If continued for a week, the the tie-uto the industry of the country blow would be greater than that caused by any pauic of recent history. To the big cities of the country, and particu larly to the cities of the eastern seaboard, it would mean a cutting off of food supplies that would place the in habitants virtually in a state of .siege In the case of many food products these cities do not can-- on hand a stock sufficient to feed their people for more than a week, and in the case of some, such as milk and fresh vege tables, supplies are replenished daily The stoppage of transportation therefore, would mean suffering and want to these city dwellers, and if continued for long would threaten many of them p il General Merchandise line or -- - . with actual starvation. Vast Loss to Farmers. To the farmers of the country a gen eral railroad strike would be a catastrophe, only less serious. Cut off from his market, the farmer could not move his produce, and the price of grain and other staples would be quickly cut in two, while the market value of more perishable articles would disappear entirely. The strike would make it extremely difficult to harvest crops in many sections. It would make the disposal of the crops impossible, and would inflict losses amounting to huii dreds of millions of dollars upon the farmers of the country. The great industrial plants of the country would soon be forced to close down following the declaration of a strike because they could not obtain supplies needed for their operation, nor could they ship their finished products to market Their plants would soon be idle, and millions of men would be thrown out of work. With the income of practically every class of citizens either seri ously cut down or suspended entirely, merchants would transact little business, because there would he few In short, the industrial purchasers. activities of the whole country woulo be virtually palsied from the moment the railroads ceased to operate. The injury to the railway companies and to the striking emplo.-e-s would be enormous, but it would be infinitesimal compared Avith the staggering loss thai would fall upon the general public. 3d Left Leggedness $DZ$&X$$P Farm Implements 3$&& It left-legg- , , thafa person lost in the woods wanders around in circles to the right. The reason is found In the demonstrated fact that the human race is and . That is the left leg is stronger than the right one; and the constant tendency because of the greater activity of the left leg and the longer stride taken with it, is to bear to the right. Locomotion is a continuous pedestrian match between the right leg and the left one, and the left is continually getting is a familiar fact right-hande- d ed ahead. the way in money matters. Our existance is a constant battle between spend" seems ing and saving, and our " sben'd-I- eg the stoutest and is generally in the lead. To overcome this the wise ones are handicapping their "spending member" with a Saving Ac- -' count and are steering a staight course out of the forest of debt into the civilization of peace and plenty. It's just HIGHEST WAGES, LOWEST s first. Mrs. Alena Stevenson, .secClHMlSSIONEirS SALE.ond; kitchen apron, Miss Lilly Noel 'first. Mrs. J. L Pilkentou. In the District Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of ciro second; corset covr, Miss Ella Kentucky, No. 31)117. WAGE Best pecic wheat, John Savers Dunn, first, Mrs. J. M. Cress, secfirst R. C. C'olliur second; white ond; tancy apion, Carrie Hy- United States Trust Company, Plaintiff, corn Alfred Owens first H. G. singer, first, Mrs. W. E. Gravely, against Kentucky Railroad Managers Submit .lones second; yellow corn, II C. second; crochet baby cap, Grace Cement A: Portland Coal Company, Defendant. Jones; oais, W. J Chesnut first, B. Watson, fust, Nora DtiDalt. . By virtue of a judgment, rendered in Plans to Avoid Groat Strike, M. A. Stevens second; rve. R. U. second; nicest article in em broul- - the above cause, the undersigned, on Collier first. S. O Owens second; ery, Mrs. Daisy Hunt, first. Mrs. Tuesday. September 19th, 19U. between beans. Cash Hiatt first, T. O.R. Carpenter, second; sun bon- - the hours of ten o clock, a m., and two H, Lair secc nd; sweet potatoes. nett. Mrs. Ella Franklin, ARBITRATION IS OFFEREES. at or about the fiist. oclocfc, p m., M. A. Stevens; Irish potatoes, M Mrs. W E. Gravely, second; pil- hour of twelve o'clock noon or as soon A. Stevans; onions, W. O. Yadon low cases with crcchet, Miss Cljde thereafter as may be convenient, will sell at public auction, to the Agree to Refer Demands of Men For first. C. T. Sigmon second; beets Sigman, first Grace Watson, sec bidder, at the doer of the Court highest House More Pay to tho interstate Commerce Cash Hiatt; tomatoes, John Sig ond; pi. low, Mrs.J.M.Cress. first, of Rockcastle County, Kentucky, atMt. Commission or to Accept Settlement iiiou first, S. D. Carpentor.second; Mrs. Clara Maharg. second; best Vernon, in said County, all of the Under Newlands Act. dried apples Mrs. R. G. Dodd, dressed doll by girl under 13, Miss property of every kind and description New York. The announcement that and whereever located of the Kentucky the strike vote which has been in prog, first. Mis. Eulaia Lewis secono Margie Owens, first, Miss Margie Portland Cement and Coal Company less among the train service employes cucun.beis. Chas. Simpson first Mahorg, secand; best crochet whiea is covered by a mortgage or deed of American railroads for the past sev Mrs. W. E Gravely secoud; cab- edgings, not less than three kinds, of trust dated June 1st, 1912. which was eral weeks has been completed, and bage, Cash Hiatt; variety vege Mrs. John Crawford, first. Miss executed and delivered by said Kenthat the final demands by the union tables. Mrs. W. E. Gaavely first, Njra Smith; econd; nicest hair tucky Portland Cement and Coal Com leaders are soon to be presented to the B. Lair second; apples, J. M pin trimming, not less than y.rd, pany to the United states Trust Comrailroad managers here, indicates that I. pany, of Louiaville, Kentucky, and the public will soon know whether the Brown first. H. C. Jores second; Grace Watson, first' Miss Lilhe which was duly recorded in mortgage rs controversy between the rnilunul work peaches. Tim Pennington; Noel, second; emhroidered hand- - book 9, jwges 31S to 394 inclusive, in ers and their employers is to be settled .Jarvis Noe first, Dave Tallent kcrch el', Miss L:llv Noel, first, the office of the Clerk of the Rockcastle peaceably, or whether a nation-widecond; while grapes, Mrs W L. Mrs Alex Tribole, second: bnu County Court, and being ali and singustrike is to be inflicted upon the coun- King first, W G. Adams secoud, doir cap. Miss Ella Dunn, first, lar the lands, mineral and mining try. rights, and properties and all estates lock irrar.es, W. L. King tiist, Mrs. Ira J. Taylor, second; cro Thus far the leaders of the fout and interests in all those certain tracts unions the Brotherhood of Locomo- John Sigmon second; watermellon diet portieres, Mrs. Ira Taylor. or parcels of land of said Kentucky tive Engineers, the Brotherhood of Lo- j.. P. Anderson first ., to. D. Car-ren- tar first, Giace Watson, second; towel Portland Cement and Coal Company, comotive Firemen and Enginemen. the second; muskmelon J. Hi with crochet. Grace Watson, first, situate in, at or near Pine Hill, RockOrder of Railway Conductors and the castle County, Kentucky, and all its Brotherhood of Railroad Trainme- n- Thompson first, J. N. Marlow Mrs, Jennie Rav, second; geranium right, title, interest and estate, either Sig Leece in pot, iu at law or in equity, iu and to the same, have refused to consider any proposal second cameloupe ; teru questions in first. M. A. Stevans.-ecnd- ; for an arbitration of the pot. Mrs. A J Pi,e,fKst Mrs P A and their appurtenances, with all the dispute, or for settlement of the con .:in. W. T. Brook first, Cash Snelton, second; lohage aiw kind rights, privileges and franchises of the Iroversy by the Interstate Commerce Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal man becuuu; variety iruio. ivirs. Mrs J M Ores first. Mrs Be Commission. Company attaching or belonging to or Franklin 1st, and 2nd; tobacco. second; night gowi. Mrs J ex rcisablein or about or in Would Cost $100,GC0,000. connection The demands of the train service men R. L- - Smith ist, C. T Sijjmon M. Cres. first, Mrs. IraTivlor, with the same, and all the income, revefor an increase in wages, which, it L "'iid, broom corn, Samantha Prew-it- t second; button holes on g r.iient, nues, runts, issues and profits thereof, estimated, would cost the railroads of 1st, G. M, Sigmon 2tid; sugai Grace Watson, first, Mrs. I ra Tay the said lands, mineral aud mining the country $100,000,000 a year, were ane, H C. Jones 1st, Jesse Lair los, second; tatting, Mrs A. K rights, and properties and e?tates and originally presented last March. At interest therein, and being in particular that time the representatives of the nd; millet R. H Brown 1st H. U. Pottinger, first. Miss MaeWatren. twenty-fou- r (24 ) parcels ones 2nd. timothy, T. B. Lair second: pin ctshion, Mrs Clara land situate and being in or tracts of unions asked for a conference with a said County committee of railroad managers repre i si, Milt Moore 2nd: clover Dave Maharg, first, Mrs IraTaylor, s.c and State, which are described more senting the various railroad lines of 'alleut lit, Jarvis Noe 2nd; al ond; center piece, Mrs. Daisy particularly in the aforesaid mort the country. alfa, Owens 1st, J. M. Hum, first, Miss Clyde Sigman, gage or deed of trust, :ogether with This conference began here in New all the machinerv, engines, pipes, tubYork on .lune 1st, and continued for Wallace 2nd:. second. ing, railroads, mine cars, electric and The railroads were repre two weeks. CAKES. SPECIAL. other fixtures, tools, tipples, storesentcd by a committee of nineteen Black cake, Louise Hysinger; Prettiest twins, either sex, un- house, dwelling-housemanagers, and the brotherhoods by the office buildings heads of their various national and loingel food cake, Mrs. Ella Frank- der 3 years, Mrs.R H. hicks; pret and other fixed tind detachable and cal organizations some eight hundroO lin ist, Mrs. V. H. Anderson 2nd; ttest girl under 10 months, Mrs. movable property which may be now men in all. white cake. Miss Georgia Hayes, Edgar Tyree, first. Mrs. John owned by said Kentucky Portland Choice of Methods Offered. Cement and Coal Company and which ist, Mrs. M. S Durhiin 2nd; Evans, second; prettiest boy un- may be appurtenant The conference failed to reach a deci to such interest in sion owing to the refusal of the ur.io' jocoanm cake, Mrs. Lina Hold-m- an der 18 months. Mrs Tilden Frith; the land, mining' rights and mines of leaders to consider : ny modification o ist, Mrs. P. A. Shelton 2nd best boy rider under 15 years, said Kentucky Portland Cement and their demands, or any pioposal for ar iiiarbhmellow Iaer cake Carrie; Russell Niceley, first, Roy Sig- Coal Company. Reference is made to bHration. At the conclusion of th meetings the railroad managers sul Hysinger 1st, Mrs. V. E- - Gra- man, second; best girl rider uuder the decree and to the bill of complaint in the above styled action for a more mitted a proposal to refer the vely 2nd; devil's food cake, Mrs. 15 years, Miss Sadie Parsons, first, to the Interstate ComnK-icexact and particular description of the Commission, or to arbitration under tin W. E. Gravely; chocolate hyer Miss Anna Furnish, second; fan- real estate and other property to be provision of the federal statute cover cake, Mrs. L. M. Brown 1st, Car- ciest single pony turnout, driven sold. The said twenty-fou- r (24) tracts ing this matter. rie Hysinger 2nd; decorated" cake, by boy and girl, Orrien Wallen, of hind cont.iin approximately two The alternative suggestions which thousand (2000) acres, more or less. Mrs. W. E. Gravely 1st, Mrs. J. first, Carter Frith, second. they r.dvanced for adjusting the con The said property will be sold in one troversy were as follows: W. Moore 2nd;. COMBINED CLASS. parcel and as an entirety and pursuant "1. Preferably by submission to the PIES. Best combined saddle orlnr to the terms of the aforesaid judgment. Interstate Commerce Commission, the Lemon pie, Mrs H E. Christie, ness mare or gelding (biockca-tl- e only tribunal which, by reason of its The amount to be raised by said sale is accumulated information bearing on first, Mrs. W. E. Giavely, second: R Gentry, first, Z E the sum of 5"9i,966.59, with interest county), railway conditions and its control of thereon at (5 per cent, per annum from the revenues of the railways, is in a .ustard pie, Mrs. W. E. Gravely, Brock, second. July 29th, 1916. until paid, The Com position to consider and protect the first, Mrs. H. E. Christie, second: missioner will require from each bidder WALKING CLASS rights and equities of all the interests chetry pie, Mrs H. E. Christie, Bust running w ilker (Rockcas before receiving any bid from him, a affected, and to provide additional revenue necessary to meet the added cost peach pie, Louise Hysinger; county), R.L.Langford, first Fred preliminary deposit of $.3,000 00 in cash or by certified check. Preliminary deBREAD. jf operation in case your proiosals are Sbivsl, second. posits from unsuccessful bidders will bo found by the Commission to be just and Muilins, Nannie Sigman, first, reasonable; or. in the event the InterDRAFT, MODEL OK FANCY ULASS. returned by the Commissioner at the state Commerce Commission cannot, Mrs. Cash Hiatt, second; biscuits, Best team, regirdless of sex conclusion of the bidding, 25 per cent, under existing laws, act in tho prem- Mrs. Cash Hiatt, first, Miss Ella of the amount remaining due on any ises, that wo jointly request Congress Dunn, second; light bread. Arch (Rockcastle county) bid which is accepted shall be paid imto take such action as may be necesSADDLE CLASS mediately after the continuation of the Albright, first, Mrs. Cash Hiatt, sary to enable the Commission to conBest five gaited stallion, mare or sale: a further 25 per cent, shall promptly dispose of the second; teaiakes, Miss Ella Dunn, sider and questions involved; or gelding (Rockcastle county). E R. bo paid within twenty (20) days first, Louis Hysinger, second. after such confirmation; "2. By arbitration in accordance with Gentry, first, O.I.Sigman, second. 50 per cent of such and .a further PRESERVES. the provisions of the Federal law. entisum shall be BEEP CLASS. tled, "An Act "Providing for Mediation. Peach preserves. Mrs. Anna paid within forty (40 days after such Conciliation and Arbitration in ControBest cow, any age, John Cress; confirmation; provided, however, that Shumate, first, Mrs. Ella Frank versies between Certain Employers and best herd, J. M. Cress. the purchaser shall have the right to their Employees." approved July 15, liu, second; pear preserves, Mrs. anticipate either or all of such payJERSEY CLASS 1913, and commonly known as the John Crawford, first, Miss Myitle ment. All deferied payments shall Newlands Act." Best cow, any age. Dr. W. F. tohumate, second; cherry prebear interest at the rate of 6 per cent, ; Unions Refuse Offer. Carter, first, M.M.Perkins.of Crab per annum, and be secured to the satisto con- serves, Mrs. John Crawford, nr.st, The union leaders declined sider the suggestion of the railroad Mrs. Chas. Burton, second; apple Orchard, second; be.st herd, W. D. faction of the Commissioner. In case managers, and announced that they preserves, Mrs Annie Schumate, Peters, of Lincoln got both ties. any bidder or purchaser shall fail to would seek a vote of the members of make good his or their bid upon its SHEEP. the unions asking that they be given first, Mrs. Ella Franklin, second; R. M. Ware, of Lincoln, took acceptance by the Commissioner, by authority to declare a strike on all the display preserves, not less 'than making the aforesaid additional payrailroad lines of the country. This five kinds, Mrs. J.J. Painter, first, evory prize in the sheep depart- ments, then the sums paid or deposited strike vote lias been in progress for the ment. by such bidder or purchaser shall be past six weeks, and, according to re- Mrs. John Crawford, second. forfeited as a penalty for such failure. SWINE. ports which have been received here JELLIES. E. C. Watson got first aud sec- If any sale, for which a deposit has from time to time, will result in giving Apple jelly, Mrs. Belle Lair, been made, shall not be confirmed by the four union leaders the authority ond in the hog show. which they asked for to halt every first, Miss Susie Hicks; second; the Court, such dsposit shall be reMULES. railroad train from one end of the grape jelly, Mrs. Belle Lair, first turned to the bidder, and the depositor country to the other. Best mare mule under six any successful bidder shall be returned and second; pear jelly, Mrs. Belle Meanwhile a resolution has been Inmonths. James Messer. first, Joe to him when a bid shall have been actroduced into Congress at the request Lair, first, Mrs. Chas. Burton, cepted. or the Chamber of Commerce of the second; blackberry jelly, Mrs. Vesser, second; horse mule coll, George W. Welsh, United States directing the Interstate Bell Lair, first, Mrs. J. L Pilken Chas. Smith, first, J. H. Thomson, Commissioner Commerce Commission to investigate second; riiare and mule, colt by Percy N. Booth, the whole question of railway wages ton, second. her side, Jas. Messei, both premAttorney . and their relation to railway earnings. miscella:neous. The commercial interests, the newspaHoney comb, B. I. Blanken-ship- , iums; best mule over one and pers, and public men of the nation CLEAR BAD SKIN first and second; sorghum, under three, B. Hysinger, first; have gone on record as demanding that EROM WITHIN D. W. Chappell, second; best mule the dispute he settled peaceably. G. M. Sigman, first, Mrs. W. L. if W DfSPU PREMIUM LIST BRODHEAD FAIR - t U-oe- to-w- it, p-a- e -- 1 Bui-dett- e s, v. who-questio- , RATES. THE PEOPLES BANK U. G. BAKER Presdt. J. P. E. DUMMOND V. American railroads today pay the highest vnjv.-- in the world, out of the lowest rates in the world, after having set down to capital account the lowest capitalization pc- - mile of all great countries cf the world. No other ojcupatlo'i n:sd no other employer of lal.r in the country can matcJt this record. James J. Hill the railroads for transportalon the railroad employes receive 44 cents. The traveler who spends $100 a year for his tickets Is paying $44 for railroad labor. 'The merchant whose freight bills amount to $1,000 contributes $440 to the railroad payroll. The1 merchant gets the money from his customers In the prices he charges for his wares. The public pays every dollar of the railroad bllL What the Public Pays. Out of every dollar the public pays P. THOMPSON Cashier. F. FLOYD MILLER Asst. Cash. L- - J. C. MeCLARY v 'C. Williams, W, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- X MT. VERNON. KY. OFFICE.- - On 2rd. floorof The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church i?atreet. Special attention given .to collections. o. 8o m4T r. ri T--V ,, MT. VERNON, S. Dentist L.onover KY "r. " &di . ?xqj(p33ip '. tj .. rontRooms over Baker' Phone 49-- UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER iH 2" .STANFORD,?. . DON'T NECLECT YOUR COLD. Neglected colds gat worse, instead of better. A stuffed head, a tight chest must de relieved at once Dr. Bell's Pine is Nature's remedy Honev and ylycerine heal the irritated membrane, antiseptic tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier and your cold is broken ub. Pi .sani y to take, Dr. Bell's Pine is an ideal remedy for children as well as grownups. Tar-Honey Tar-Hone- At your Druggist, 25c. i ' Best lady rider, professionals barred, Miss Clyde Sigmon, first, Miss Mary Lear, second; best gentleman rider, professional barred, jTAND MADE ARTICLES Quilt, Mrs J.W.Aker, first, Mrs. Lloyd Lane. HORSES FOR GENERAL TJSE. Alex .Tribble, second; calico quilt. HARNESS CAASS. Mrs. J.J Painier, first, Mrs W E. Best mare or gelding, one year counterpane, Gravely, second; M"rs. John Tucker, first, Mrs R.E and under two, ; yokeMrs J:M. best mare or gelding, 2 years and Albright, second; Cress", first aud second; table run- under, W. C. Belcher, hrst. H. L. Concluded on 3d page. ner, crochet, Mrs. Daisy Hunt, ' King, second; sweet pickles, Mrs. John Crawford, first, Mrs. W. E. Gravelv. second; canned fruit. Mrs. John Crawford, first, Mrs. J. T. Painter, second; giape wine. Mrs. W. L. King, first, Mrs. H. E. Christie, second; blackberry wine, Miss Susie Hicks, first, Mrs. Samantna Prewitt, second: vinegar, Mrs. Belle Lair, first, Mrs. Alice Proffett, second; cucumber pickles, Mrs. John Crawford, fiist, Addie Hamlin, sec.ud: cut flowers, Mrs. J. W. Moore, first, Mis. Fannie Roy, secood. over two and under three, Harrison Mink, first, Thos York, sec oud; best mule, any age, Harrison Mink, first, Jas. Meser, sec ond; best pair mules, any age, Harrison Mink, first, Jas. Messer, second. Pimply, muddy complexions are due to impurities in the blood. Clear up the skin by taking Dr. King's New Life Pills. Then mild laxitive qualities remove the the poisons from the system and prighten the eye A full, free, g bowel movement in JACK AND JENNETT. 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