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Mount Vernon signal: September 15, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916091501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 15, 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. HR . - riMb ' fc Published Every Friday &W Hi M"T nr mm y ly .- .H Ft iy . - l.p. - Established -i) Ml 1 1 ill, mima. a 1887 KM DUMBER 51 .; XT XX" VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 19 16 tA & S Men's ... T OlH-VV- tX m K j .pw i i Shoes Four and Five Dollars MATCHLESS assortment, giving you the largest selection in Mt. Vernon of Men's Shoes at FOUR and FIVE DOLLARS. A AND they're ifin "WALK OVER" Shoes, too the finest footwear in the world. r ot A WALK cucn woriat ramous OVER jasts as the "Norfolk," The "NorfoE "Cadet," the "Windsor" all strictly English. Or the "Whip" the most popular shoe in the world. Or the "Doc", with the broad, comfortable, yet stylish 6WALK toe lOVER i 1 k The "Windsor The " Whip " See Our Windows The "Cadet" Any of them at FOUR or FIVE Dollars m nittl22.yj3jfc7iZZ?3. SUTTON & McBEE MT.VERiVOfil, KY. The Clothcraft Store n and Mrs Larkio Penningto- n.Mr. and MrsJ.H.Stucke .of Tarnt and Carter pa,Pla., were here a few days the J)RS- - Gr-u-loporation on -i Jormiav week shaking hands with his Mr. .Prallcv cli Id Thursday of old friends. Mr. Stuckev at one ,p-',nS a growth time was a conductor on tbcL. &'last n'4t' N. R R. with headquarters ab1 from .ne ice- .- J. W. Owens re- Li vings'on. He is railroading in 'signed as Marshall of the town of the South and pleased of his new , Brodhoad at a meeting of the home Mr. and Mrs. G W. xMui-- l Board last week, and Jen V. Rid- Inhrarpvieitinaroktippcin flUrnicldle was aDDoillted !oti.l ?he UneX .. 4V" I .".w"f, ...v... w . .. i1 i PiHfllo Inlwi.l KILU KJi. IUU"-- . iim nf l.nni44UM1U this week. Mr. and Mrs O'Mary JJ411U and children have returned from isiibt on the jot and :ieems to Kuoxvdle after a month's visit be the right man in the marsball's with relatives in that citv. Dr R. place. He is a b other of J G. G.Webb is attending the State Riddle who served as m .r jhall of Crab Orchard for a nu.uber of Fair at Louisville, this week. Hobert Griffin was at home from years. l.R. Storm, returned from Paris, Sunday, visiting home folks. London last Friday, where he had Mrs. E. L. Cockerell and son. been to see his dauglver, Mrs. Brown, are in Louisville for a few Jas. Baker, who was reported as days. Rice Walton was here Sun dangerously ill. Hor condition is day and informed us that he got much nprovtd now Miss Cathmarriid the day before :o a Miss erine Albright daughter of the Pittran, at Pittsburg, Ky. Rice late George Albright, died Thurs is with a company doing surveying day of last wetk fr. m inDerculosis . en by the The pie supt-r'g- i We promise the near INIethidis chinch members, las residM-of the Signal that when si w ddmg occured we would, Friday night, wii- -a vi v success certain tell thrn: This wedding came off ful affau the m mb?rs being Friday the i ith. The parties were ampr iekvardt(! 'y .'beral rt Miss Essie Hansel and Mr. J. W. ce?pt , -- - Miss K '. ibc'i Gentrv J.L Pns- nto attended Higgins. Rev. Jones, of our town an l DLtriet i e t .er. ' meeting officiated. They left the next day tii . for London, returning here Mon- held at Otta-- a l..st Saturday. day, and went to housekeeping. The Rev.A.B.Potorf held regular xli Higgins had already prepared services at the Methodist church, his house for the reception of his Sunday morning and evening. bride. Monday night about 150 This meeting closed the conferof the citizens gave them a chari- ence year, and of course Mr.Potorf vari, which they will not forget does not know that he will be resoon. May their path be full of turned here Since his short stay here he has made many friends pleasure. who will regret to see him and his PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS' AND estimable wife leave us. A strong PATRONS' ATSOCIATION. to be held at Livingston Graded effort is being made by our people School Buildiug, Livingston, Ky.. to get Conference to send him back for another Jyear at least. Sept. 30th. 1916 . Mr.andMrs.W. H. Brown, and Mr io o'clock a.m. and M rs. Mary Anderson, of Lanist. Devotional Exercises. 2d. Welcome Address, caster, were guests of Mr. and G. S. Griffin Mrs. J. W. Tate, last Sunday. Chas. Anderson, of Lexington, 3rd Purpose of Association, Vvas a pleasant caller in our town LiJ.Webb the first of the week. JNews 4th Text books and Apparatus, Dan M. Ponder, reached us Monday that our good friend H.N. King, of Gum Sulphur Estel Mullins. 5th School Management Discip- and Miss Nannie Holcomb, of line. Myrtle Bryant near this place, were married more than two weeks ago. We 6th Education for the home, Georgia McClure wish thelra much happiues. Judge G.M. Ballard, Judge L. W. 7th How Time Is Wasted, Margaret Welch. Bethurum, County Attorney E R Kate Wilson. Gentry, Cashier W L. Richards per-pas. , BRODHEAD - and three little daughters ot Jes- - short Hue. between Cincinnati and last samine county, are visiting her Lsuisville, returned hom ime rayior, ot Knox W. weeK- uncle, J. W. Kiddle. Elder J. county, wno Lee did not come to appointmeut tine e. Blakena3 bden visiting his Tavlor. returner! at Chestnut Ridge last Sunday, home Sunday. nPnr Miliar but was rilled by wilder J. W. Rid- - who was crippled on the rail road die. Mrs. Flora Egan and Mrs. ! some time ago.is able to be out Minnie Moore, and Messrs. JohnJaain- - Elde,r J- - w- - Kidd'e wiU at Buckeye the fourth Jack and Henry Tredway, of lerre preach day jn Lord,g a Haute, Iud , are all here on ac- - a.m. Everybody come out out count of the illness of their sister, and let us have a reunion at old Mrs. Sam Bryant Mr.SteveRam-- , BucKeye sey, who died at Mt. Vernon, Sun day night, was brought to this I place for burial Monday. The Por Infants and Children, services were conducted by J.W. The Kind You Have Always Bought Riddle. Mr and Mrs. JoeTomp-sovisited Milt Bdker from SatBears the 3 yryj . ,r urday until Sunday. RB. bhep Signature of ' ''trv-vw- e herd, who has been guarding on CASTOR A n 1 Pint-ville- s mMwMmMwb KffWBfnP " RfflnWIlWpWM IV-q- f - RJ2iES3ffi&u Bfertffjgfffijl Farmers' Chautauqua AT BRODH EAD SEPT. 26, 27, 28 Tuesday Morning Sept. 26th Educating the Farm Boy II. S. Barker of Chicks Rearing D. D. Slade Tuesda Afternoon Selecting Feeder Cattle T. H. Collins Poultry Diseases D, D. Slade The State University and the Farmer. . H. S. Barker Tuesday Evening aud Management of Poultry . . .D. D, Slade Housing PROGRAM . p MIMPIS' AIFWMf TOBACCO IS' PREPARl FORSMOKERS UNDEHE PROCESS DISCOYEREDJN IMAKING EXPERIMENTS TO jPRODUCETHEMOSTj.DE-- i ANU WtlULt Llisn.lt-U- P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking! XI-.v- WfcSL pia'vlut iw Tii ."t'. HKHKW u. i hi M IHWII i YOU b SOME TOBACCO tORiCIG; ..v t EHEAND PIPE SMOKERS. processlratented! Vt5-v?'- ' : S ,JffiftCaaBB a flJLZWA Yi ffvRffiSVrfy x . 'V i "t JULV 30.1907.1 I RJ.REYNOLbsTOBACCOCOKFAHY '! feSwiMmlM V -- A jfWb'JL '"a i illh1 ill tViMcrnMSai fm Mr ii ; H EnHnusna friendly old jimmy i pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco I P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch ! You can smoke it long and hard without a come14 DOES ll I'll OT BITE, THEJTONGUE '111' a may live to and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll hot know the joy and Will Dish and E S. Albright, were o'clock. iMusic. here from Mt. Vernon, Tuesday. ist Manual Training, John Lair Mr.and IVfrs.R L Collier, of Crab Orchard, were here a few hours 2nd Nature Study as a Purpose, R.L. and Ed Pearl Powell and Sallie Mullins Tuesday afternoon d Community Civics, Smith were at the Stauford stock .Mrs Mollie B. Webb market, Monday. Mr.and Mrs R. E.Albright, Dr and Mrs W.E. Car-tea- , 4th Vocational Education, Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Frith, W. R. Dickerson A Popular Scientific Agricul Jake Elder. Dr. W.E. Gravely, Mr. oth ture, Laura Owens. and Mrs.A.iM. Hiatt, Mrs. J.L.Pil-kentoand daughter, Miss Lucile, Elbert Gabbard Miss Clyde Watson, Everett Wat-sou- , 6th Rural School Houses and NOON. 1 3-n Feeding Beef Cattle Swine Feeding September 27th Wednesday Morning T. H. Collins T. R. Bryant R, F. Spence Otis Kercher Wednesday Afternoon Outlook for Fruit Growing in Kentucky, Balancing Rations Co-operati- Fred Mutcliler Wednesday Evening (111,) Boys Pig Clubs 1 Otis Kercher September 28th Thursday Morning Home Conveniences Limestone and Legumes Thursday Afternoon Flies in the Home Selecting the Brood Sow Invalid Cookery -- .11 Pi contentment of a back! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give qualityl Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! Prinem Albert in toppy red bast. Se; tidy red tin. 10c: handsome pound and half'pound tin humidore and pound that clever cryital-glai- t humidor with tponge-moittentop that keep the tobacco in much splendid condition. it oW rvrrywhtra Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A" You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made! prince Albert R. J. Reynold Tobacco CoWinston-Sftlem- , i N. R.L.Smith and John Robins, Bettie Pike Belle Drew are among thoss attending the State Pair this week. Frith Bro-- : 7th Domestic Science Canning. K-Mrs Gently sold an acre lot across Cherry Al ley from the residence of A. M 8h Good Roa-l- and Aib- r Da Hunt to ). R Ca-- s for $48500 Mr. cogiu d Pup upt Music will 'I e furnished by pu- iMr.Cas-- . Will build on this lot next year. Mr and Mrs A. M. Hiatt pils of the Living-to- n School. Now friends, the subjects litre were in Mr.Vernon.Tuesday, havare of vit-- importance to .ill tin ing dental work done. W.H An schoolyard people of this county derson, R. L. Smith, Sylv?n Bor aud will be ably discussed at ihis des. A.M. Hiatt and John Robins meeting. We 'are all interested in witnessed the conferring of the the progress of our county; we Master's degree on four candiare all interested in our couhtyV dates at Stanford, Monday night Ceorge Hardin, of Louisville, institutions, every single one ol them; we are interested in the de was here' Wednesday the g'test of velopment of our county's re iMr.and Mi J.R-CasHe.was rein doing things in a be- turning from a visit to his sister sources tter way better homes, better in Bristol, Tenn Chas. Hurt unbusiness, better schools, better derwent an operation at Lebanon farms, and better stock. Are you the first of the week, having' his O. R Cass is interested? If so, come The tonsjls removed patrons, pupils aud teachers of holding down the second trick durLivingston cordially invite you. ing Hurt's absence, aud J. I Mrs. W.A B Davis, Co. Supt Painter is workltg in Cass's place Dan M. Ponder. Sec'v Div. Grounds, s Miss Chinn Fred Mutch'ler R, F. Spence Otis Kercher Miss Chinn - I P3C&31 ttVDr3$p G J & & RIFFiN & A s. s. f . ,UKh." WHERE a MONEY a TALKS TTT-- IlsTT inJti "UUALM x T SON Tt Y r - f-- rt r- K QecSfcctfoe BOOSTING &3z&yc&-yc$ya$pc& 8 And Pulling Together X J X&X&jd makes Our Town crow while the "Hand of O, ' is always pointing quality to Big V.alues. .Every time the second hand of the clock ticks off a ntiuute something good goes over our GOOD. ves. so ornod thnt.it, makes everv customer a reDeater. Make our Store n Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get posted on good things. We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, Meal, Meat, Shipstuff, Hay, Corn, Straw, Fertilizer, American Wire tfence. Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, and ajl kinds of counter. C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Way badge. O. D. Bryant was with home folks, Sunday. pvR-- . Pennington, of London, Thomas Farley was in London, was in our town Tuesday. Sunday, between trains. I. W. C. G Greenuell has moved his Catlin has moved into the W. H. i fmil. nnr T .nnfw mnTr Krueger property on Main street, and J.H.Browning will move info and G.W-Dos- s, of Irvin. Ky., has the property vacated by Green- - moved into the property vacated Sm'I f.C. Frankhn, of Mt. Ver by Catlin. Mrs. John Ulark is on non, cs here wearing a Boone I the sick list this week. J. E. LIVINGSTON Woodall, salesman of London, was here today shaking hands with our merchants and selling goods. Ed says everything looks encouraging for Wilson m his' neck of the woods. Mrs. W.G.Niceley is visiting relatives ut'Berea this week. John McHaigue, of Pine Hill, has returned home after a tew days visit with her parents, Mr. CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY This is a medicine that every family should be provideg vith. Colic .and diarrhoea often come on suddenly and it is of the gra?test importance tha.t they be treated promptly Consider the sulfering that must be endured until a physician arrives or medicine can be obtaiued Cbanberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrhoeafsTRemedy has a repntatiou second 'to none for the quick relief, which it N COVE ler as teaaher is getttng along nicely. We had a nice spelling match at our school house last Wednesday night- .- J. G. Riddle was out from East Bern-stalast week and took in oue day of the Maole Grove Association Mr.. Sam Bryant has been very ill for some time continues no W. M. Hayes, of Berea better. spent from Saturday until jMon dav with Mr. and Mrs. J. vV RidMiss Minnie L. Riddle, of dle. East Bernstadt, who lias been v:s iling relativeshererJreturned home last week. Mrs. Mock Blakeman. dt rf L ?? QUR school with S. E Chand- Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you have to buy, everywhere. fOR FLETCHER S ge;o. s- - griffin & son 'Livingston Kentucky &:-- DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. - MT.VERNON SIGNAL Who Will Be Our Friday, Sedt. 15, 1916 Next President ? son, our present chiVF magistrate, will guide the ship oi State fout Advertising rates mace known on years, from .March 4, 1917? application It is in the interest of couites and fair play that we pen these MEMBER OF KENTUCKY "Lei 7s have Peace." Published every Friday by EDGAE S. ALBRIGHT. "HUGHES or Wilson speaking Chief more courteously Wil $I.O Justice Hughes or Woodrow UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR lines. Amid the guadrennial wrangles that afflict Americans, there is s much vituperation and fault find ing that, judging trom tue speeches of our political orators, our officers-higand low are vulgar black guards unfit for their official posi- PRESS ASSOCIATION h N. WHY ? The Signal is not a partisan paper. It is born of the people I 's editor wants what's best for all. No pie counter moves ns We are no office seeker and have- no favors to ask, whether it be the election of Mr. Hughes or the of President Wil son. But as an American citizen, dee; ly concerned in th1 welfare of the country, it is our desire to fairly and truthfully dihCuss the facts of the present campaign The Republicans were in power for forty years. Then why did the people put them out ? There must be a reason for it and let us as fair minded men, seek to find the cause. Not in passion, but in sober, serious thought, let us search for the answer. By reason of a long continued control, the Republican leaders had a fixed illusion that they were like the kind, do no wrong" that the paople would permit Such them to do as thev desire. leaders as Pratt and Quay, Penrose and Aid rich, Foraker and Depew, Reed and Cannon,- - men who served special interests and not the country ; t large ; who plaved to the hand of Wall Street bankers ; who heeded not the farmers, because they had no commercial credit; who paid, no at teution to the old, dilapidated, nation time worn and a I banking laws. Wall Street did not want them changed and hence the political guides touched them not. Every time an election would come the politicans the office and the seekers holder? of thereof would raise the cry of the empty dinner pail, the withdraw ing of the hre from every factory . The bankers and special privileged men would Hood the countty with money to influence the voters with the result that the witch dogs of special interests would be Bnt the restored to power. people arose four years ago. The cry of the empty dinner pail has no weight. The factory fires being drawn if the Democrats wo had no terror. The American people have grown wise. They found that such alarms were used to serve the officer holders and office seekers. They even discov ered the real source of the corrupting inffuence at the ballot box As a result, the people decided to change and change they did. The Democrats have been in power four years and duiing that time they have enacted more progressive legislation on behalf of the men, women and children of this land than the Republicans did during the whole fortv years of control. Where is the empty din der pail of which you heard so much ? What factory has shut Wood-ro- e down because peace-lovinWilson was elected Presideut? The earniugs of the laboring meu of America for the last three years exceed, by and one-h- alf three billions dollars their earning under the four years of Taft.'s ad ministration. The savings of the people, deposited in the banks throughout the country, amount to six billion dollars more than was deposited during the term of President Taft. Labor was never so richly compensated; homes were never so happy. Our people are wading ''chin deep'' in The politicians will prosperity. harangue, the voters. Special interests v1ll4mt in her cunning and corrupting hand and with big corporations will float money like water to affect tne result but the sturdy, self owning American voter will do his own thinking and vote for Woodrow Wilson and continue peace and prosper ' ity. out-of-dat- e 1 tions. The people of the United States who do their own thinking, and don't shape their political judge raent by campaign literature ard harangues of political speakers are able to judge, lor themselves the fltuess of cindidates for office. So, it behooves us to listen t calm, sound reasoning and cour teous discussion of the questions at issue rather than appeal to prejudice and political bias. The conservative; intelligen public have placed an estimate on Justice Hughes' moral and politi cal worth and he stands high as an American citizen; as a lawyer of repute, as governor of the Empirt State, he has a record of which he may be justly proud; but as a can didate of a great party, proud of its past, we humbly beg to state. that he is lowering that record, g by his style of in the present campaign. President Wilson also has made a record of which no American need be ashamed. He has been confronted by the most difficult world-wid- e problems the natioi has ever seen. He has met them honestly and has undertaken to solve them with dignity, wit! patience and with due considera tion for friends and foes. Yet President met a far more serious and momentous cri sis in our domestic relations and who by his prudence and statesmanship saved the union, and buil the great republican party. Democrats and republicans alike, as a united people, place Al rabam Lincolm on a pedestal of fame to which no president that has precede : him is entitled. His memory is cherished by our com ruon country, as a hero, a. statesman, and public servant, as no other American citizen has been or will be, in all probability. Republicans have reason to be proud of the treatment of great national issues, which from tinie to time have arisen and settled satisfactorily to the people. The great isue of customs duties levied, to ineot the financial needy of the nation, has been, a question of supreme impoitance in the life of our republic. The difference ol opinion arising as to "high" or "low" tariffs, is one of Honest and sincere judgment as between the two great parties that have been in existence. The question of tection" to American industries and to whom, and to what extent, is of vital importance. It is now, it has been all the time a vital question. It involves the question of Capital and Labor of capital arrayed against labor, considered in the fault-findinLi-co- in ployes than the regular divis on of time, uuiversall agreed upon, viz: Liboi, one third, recreation and private affairs one third, and rest one third, leaving to the employee to decide how he shall use his recreation period. He may choose to put it in as an additional asset, in the employment of the corporation he serves. Leaving these mooted questions, of Tariff Reform, and the Labor problem to the intelligence oE the American people, we return to the personal considetation of our candidates for the presidency. We have already said that the puplic has placed a high estimate on, the loyal qualifications of Jus tice Hughes, and so far as he has been tried, has proven himself to be a worthy puplic servant. I this high minded men will not only admit the truth of it but wi'l accord to our chief magistrate the shine honors, with the additional years fact of his three and one-hal- f service as chief magistrate. We need not enlarge on what we have already said on this phase of the subject. We do not even argue tnat bfs policies and manner of conducting the affairs of State are the best possible that could have been de We doubt it every measvised ure over which his duties gave him control have been adjusted to his entire satisfaction, and all will ad mit that, if he has made .no mi- take, if he has done everything in the best possible way, he is mon than human and should be esteemed as a god. We leave those and all other questions arising as t his fitness to succeed himself, t the intelligence of the eace lov Shop s De mand j MARETBURG Jail and Miss Judith Mo a Mr. Mo Frith of Brodhead were married Pike A. New Efficiency 'at the homp of Rev. The J.young 'last Friday night couole have our be t wishes. Mfs lQ B.Bethurum is visiting in June-- j oi City and Louisville and attending the State fair. A little child o! James Thompson is very sick of Room lor Nervous, Worn pneura.)nia Mr. j. j McCal Out Men and Women, vrio underwent an operation for Children Cry for Fletcher's Employees I I Efficiency is the watchword of Practically moaern industries. all of the larger enterpriser are demanding that applicants pass a physical examination before they are admitted to employment They are adopting the theory tint without health a man is unable to give hi.s employer the best that is ia him There is no place in the modern business for the tier vous, Jagged out, listless man or woman jMr. I ! ing American citizens. rl We desire to emphasize this phase of President Wilson's admin istration in that he has managed, so far, to k eep the peace as be tween ourselves, and the other governments under the straine relations that have existed. Whether this peace has been maintained, with ,lhonor" or dishonor, we leave to the same the American public and to that class whose code ot .lot donor requiied it to send its to a bloody grave. V. ver-iict- es loo REWAkD,"$!oo. The readers of this paper wil be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that cieuce has been able to cure it all its stages and that is citarrh -- Catarrh being great! v influenced by constitutional conditions re quires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken internally and acts thru the Blood op 'he Mucous Surfaces of the Sys tem thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient streugth by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The pro prietors hava so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's Caaarrh (Jure thay otfsr One Hundred Dollars for any case that cannot be cured. Send for list of testimonials Addres : F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, Otiio. Sold by all Druggist. 75c. "THEf OLD OAK TREE." " The is the age ot speed; we haven't time to take care of ourselves. men and women Those GENUINE ALWAYS not exactly sick, but just tired ire ) Bears the Signature of ut. languid aud overworked Their business, their home, and their lice suffer. They need something to build them up. something to throw off JUSTIFIED. these symptoms of a weakened, " Look here, Snip, said slowpay debiltated condition produced by mental or physical overwork , or indignantly to his tailor, "you by the abuse of a vital organ more haveu't put any pocket in these Th Kind You Have Always Bought ften the stomach than any trousers. THt CENTAUR COM RAN V. NEW YORK CITV. " No Mr. Slowpay, " said the ther. Chemists and scientists nave tailor with a sigh; I judged from gone to endless pains to discover account here that you never had " omething that would comdat any thing to put in them 63 his serious condition. It was FOR SALE 0-0-- 0 UK left to Joseph Von Trimbach, the One farm of I29 acres located loted chemist and giver of health one and one half miles from Pine M lids, to solve this perplexing Bill, Rockcastle Co, Kentucky. proplem, and he did. He has giv- One mile trom Dixie High Way 3 en the American public a vega-tabl- e miles north of Livingston, 90 acre.-composed of preparation under fence 00 acres in cultiva- her os, roots, flowers and barks, tion and pasture. One good six hich he has called Tanlac. room dwelling house. Barn and bince Its introduction, a trifle necessary out buildings, one 4 The standing of a Bank is deterover a year ;.go, men and women room tenant house, good wells mined by the law under which it operroni the highest to the lowes at both places. Plenty of fruit, ates, and by the abiiity and character .valks of life, By the thousands of its management. splendid vein of coal Under are testifying to the la everywhere, The conservative methods of this lying the whole farm, opened up Bank, its record of 15 years of sucto the relief Tanlac has brought and in good running condition. cessful banking, and the courteous hem. There is good sale for the coal treatment extended to all, are its best Tanlac, the tonic, appetizer and both Pine Hill and Livingston. recommendations. invigorant, that builds new tissue Some timber on the place. Y.OUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. vitalizes the blood, and acts so One mile to church, l miles' f.iv&rably on ailments of the to school. For further nuorma- of Vernon st.nmafVh. livpr Mud Iridiipvs. and ., tifjn call or address. atarrhal affections or tne mucous MT. VERNON, KY. E. B. Cox Mt. Vernon, Ky. membranes, has been met with i introt'avor wherever it has How to Treat duced. Croup Externally B Tanlac is being intoduced in m sta 5Sj R. H. Mil Mt. Vernon at m Salve well Eub Vick's er, also at Central Drug over the throat and chest for a few mincover with a warm flannel and o, Livingston. John utes thencovering loose around thecloth. neck Leae the Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead bo that tne soothing medicated vapors ar isPoultry Poultry i phlegm and the V. M Owtns .toie. Burrs Line eaetheydifficultbreathillg . 6neapplica- Cra1 Brns.. Urcnard. b. ,iLi. tion at Dedt;me insures against a night Ship us your Poultry and receive Welch Berea: J. Renolds and attack. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. At druggists. highest price and prompt returnst vn, Bee Lick, where the Tanlac un-down cancer a few days ago is at home U()W but i,lipr0ving very slowly, at,d Mrs Henry Anderson oi Brodhead visited Iriends here Sunday. Rcscoe Griffin left last week for St. Louis Mo where he has a posi ion. and will move Quite a his tamily there soon number from here attended a convention near Richmond last week. C. N Ncff and Roscoe Griffin, each sold a milch cow to J. M. Craig last week for $35 Mrs. Ezra Shivel of Pittsburg is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Camel Houk. Emmet Emerick and Ern est Owens are in Cincinnati this week. Mrs Rouse Wilmot and children are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs J. J. McCall. B.H. Livesay is having a nice two-stordwelling bouse erected. y The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, lias borne the sismaturc of -ana nas teen made Tinder his sonal supervision since its infancy. X 'C&ccUte. Allow no one to deceive tou in this. " are but: All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and enilanjrer the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. per-7fyJust-as-jjood t Oil, PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach: and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTOR What is substitute for Castor A is a harmless 1 CASTORIA CdLcffi&C&M In Use For Over 30 Years -- ffliB Hi1KH S a HIS I Clean, Strong and Safe V j--t -., ...., ....,. b;-ei- The Bank Mt. "Vap-O-Rub- " ilooo b mm 000m mmk fiiis - man explains its merits. YICKS SALVE Alwavs think bet't re you buy, but don't think too long. FORGET YOUR AOHES. Stiff kuees. aching limbs, lame back make life a burden. If you g abstract. This being so, and human na- I've heard the Cardinal's merry chat ture what it is, it follows that the And heard his pleasant song. representatives of both capital and I had a playmate by my side, Whom I loved very dear; labor have taken every advantage The days did swiftly onward glide that politics can give; that State and national legislation could give I dreamed not Death was near. e is now dead to further the interests of each But little play-mai- suffer from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia, get a boitie if Sloan's Liniment, the universal remedy for pain. Easy to apply; it penetrates without rubbing: and sooth the tender flesh. CleanByJlABTINO.PEKKIKS. er and more effective than niussy In old Kentucky's Mountains grand, For ointments or poultices. Is a tree both straight and tall: sprains or strains, sore muscles or Of all the works of Nature's Hand resulting wrenched ligaments This stands supreme to all. trom strenuous exercise Sloan's Underneath this "'Old Oak Tree" I've sat Liniment gives quick relief. Keep And played the whole day long. it on hand for emergencies. At WHOLESALE STOP THE FIRST COLD. COMMISSION MERCBANTS A cold does not get well of itself. The process of wearing out a 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. cold wears vou out, and your cold becomes serious if neglected. Hacking coughs drain the energy and sap the vitality. For 47 years the happy combination of sooth ing antiseptic balsams in Dr. King's New Discovery has healed coughs and relieved congestion.Young and old can testify to the effectiveness of Dr.. King's New the lungs. In addition, Vick's is absorbed ' Discovery fox coughs and colds. Vick's Salve Relieve by through the skin, relieving the tightness and soreness. Inhalation and Absorption at your Drug. Buy a bottle y Vick's can be applied HouchensBros New Treatment for Bronchitis, "Vap-O-Rub" - Asthma, Catarrh and Head Colds No Doting. !chest and covered with I to-da- gist, 5OC Wanted:- - it you have any Indian relics such as stone pipes, your druggist. 25c CASTORIA Oliildren 6xv fOfi FLETCHER'S large flint spears, grooved axes. pots and bowls, shdl bead.", etc.. found in caves, graves and old fields. Write to W. L. Griffin, Somerset, Ky., and get his prices .on them. " When Vick's Salve is applied to the heat of the body, soothing, medicated vapors are released that are inhaled all night long thronh the air passages to ,7Vap-0-Rub- overthcthroatand a warm flannel No need to take internal medicines or cloth or a little put up the nostrils or habit forming drugs for these troubles. melt a little in a spoon and inhale the vapors arising. Also for Asthma and Hay Fever, rub Vick's well over the spinal col umn to relax the nervous tension. 25c, 50c, or S1.00. wcK'S"W&mmSALVi; HUSBAND RESCUED Just here is the crux tho crucial test of the perpetuity of our form of government. When the en lightened, sane, and conseivative, element, can come to the front, and eliminate some of our fostered political methods of buying, legislatures, electing senators and congressman, we may hope to 'reach a point ot fairness, as between capital and labor, that shall insure an equitable adjustment ot the existing differences. We believe a great step forward has been made in this direction Corporations have been compelled by legislation and public senti ment to yield to Labor some of its dues that formerly was not recog nized. We honesly and sincerely believe that, labor shall not be compelled to serve the public in : Rubber any capacity more than jone third One set For Sale hours per day. Tire Buggy Wheels in good con- of the twenty-fou- r Will We believe that a corporation has Mare,2 years-old- . dition, one no moral right to demand Iouger sell at a bargain. A.E. ALBRiGHTj Brodhead, Ky. days qf service from their em Under this Old Tree is buried But he's in Heaven where 'tis said Our Soul is never worried. Oft have I longed in memory sweet To be as in days of yore; Play once more at The Old Oaks feet With the one I '11 see no more. DRUGS PURE & Your Prescriptions filled by an experWe want your business ienced man. Alter DESPAIRING WIFE Fov Tears ol Discooraging I had gotten so weak I I could not stand, I am now riding on a train That will take me back to see grave again Underneath the Old Oak Tree. When once more I reach the place" All my burdens down I'll lay Once more I'll smoolh my weary face And in "The Mountains" ever stay. s sleeping, Where my little There's the spot I long, to see--: There I '11 die and end my weeping, Rest beneath "The Old Oak Tree." When beneath "That Tree" I'm lying By the side of the one I love, I trust my Ssoul will be flying With Him in that Home above. My little play-mat- es play-mate- CoadkiMs, Mrs. BsDock Gare Up in Despair. Husband Came and gave up in despair. com- At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I menced taking ts Rescue. it From the very first Don't forget to ask us about or " " dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its - ci Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Kodaks Kodaks "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 writes as follows: Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell Stock Wanted: and should aft. At tunes, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He kaows what kmyktside. while, and could of continuous success, sot walk anywhere at years Condition Powder in Rockcastle County. Salarv $70 per month. Address 9 Industrial Bldg., Indianapolis. Indiana. R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon; Ky -- THf,!i"5 The doctor was caQedta, and his treat- - it will do. Ask him. He wifl tKMh relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin takisg Cardui today Write to: Udtea coHfwed te my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanoos MeUdse Co.. jSmomI Chattanooga. Tean.. fer Instructions or. your cate and to do e aay good. T rcauaent far Wtcea," seat la Ula wmti nfoac J4 ; :i! "z55gsaHS' ;rr' i.- - v ?j-- - ;ir Quality is the strong attraction Annie M il,cr has beeu very at Fish's. tue past week j sick Atty and Mrs. J. W. Brown are The biggest problem is the man Mt. 'Vernon Ky, Sept 15, 1916 in Louisville for the 'week. who has no problem. Mrs. J. R. Cass was with relaup "No. 79" wnenT7(V When you think of clothes. wan to Communis , 7 tives here a few hours Tuesday. eate with SIGNAL think of Fisk'sSio, 6I5 and $20! Little Miss Dorothy Albright Specials was one ot the state fair goers A married man seldom gets the from Mt. Vernon. , 'ast word because of his Inability Dr. ;.nd Mrs. A. G. Lovell are to remain awake. with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Omara Geo. Clontz, who is here from and seeing the State fair this L. Nashville R RCo. Lou:6Villc Harlan county buying mules for. week. T ME TABLE. the Bannei Fork Coal Jo., bought Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffin were a pair from Milton Pjwell for 22 norm 5.I0 p m passengers on 22 Tuesday e 24 nortn 3:56 a tn to Louisville tc see the 8350.00. 23 south a m big n:44 The residence of James uickels gj Ami you will soon Want a new pair of shoes. Everybody fair. 12:13 a m 2i couth will. A liMiulred million people in the U, S. to be shod S Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt with all its contents were destroyLandrtjm, Agent. were up from Brodhead Tuesday ed by fire last Friday afternoon. Tas. within the next 60 days! Phone No. 8. for Mrs. Hiatt to have some den- No insurance. The fire started tH i his will tax the shoe factories in their fullest from a defective capacity. flue in the tal work done. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice & Realizing that the shoe manufacturers are seldom able to mail matter. as Ptcond-cias- e Mr. Henry Payne, of Terre kitchen. fill all of their orders Haute, Ind., has been the guest of Rev M G. Fish will preach at the fall we bought early in the Miss Jennie Morrow Miller at the fthe Christian Church here next PERSOxNAL season a tremenduous stock, so we are in everyway prepared Rockcastle for the past week. Sunday, 11 A. M. Mr. Fish has to serve our customeis well. Mrs. G. S. Huitt is able to be Mr- - and Mrs T. J. Niceley ard probably done more than any up ayain fZ Our shelves are packed with the newest and best selected son, Henry, went to Louisville Judge Ballard was in Jackson Wednesday for a dav or so there otber man to build up Churches stock we have ever had. of Rockcastle County. Come out County Wednesday. and then on to Indianapolis to see and hear him. S3 They are "S tarbrand," which insures their wearing cpalities, Homer Proctor lias returntd to Mr. Niceley's father. Card of ThankS;- - I de-ir- e to to school at Lexington Mrs. Cleo Brown, returned from H "Star Brand" shoes are made in 23 specialty factories by express to the good people of Mt. Mrs. James Winstead is visit- Covington Tuesday and reports Roberts, Johnson & Rand, St, Louis. They are the world's Vernou and vicinity my appreciing in Coal Creek' Teun. Judge Williams as much better, largest shoe manufacturers, making good, honest, solid leather ation for their kindness in assistCharlie Golden is here from Mrs. Mary Williams wao accom shoes. Xo substitute for leather used in any shoe, ing me to take care of those deSt Louis for a few days. panied her to Covington remained pendent upon me after the loss of fl( A shoe for every member of the family, and for N Mrs. Lauretta HiatL has been on over for a few week. evey my home and all there was in it. list tor a few days. the occasion. LOCAL Jas Rickels. T J Pennington has moved to If you w.iut a dress shoe, we have it a house shoe, we School shoes for all the children Atty add Mrs. J. W. Brown his own home on West Main. have it a shop for general wear, we have it a heavy work rec oved a letter last week from W R. Cox of East Bernstadt, is at Fish's shoe, wo have it. H. J. Mullins sola to J. M.Craig son. Conn, announcing his marriwith 'lis sons, Caswel and Samuel 22 We can supply your every need, Will (Steamboat ) Thompson twelve hogs this wedk at $8.0o age to Miss Florence McComber of Aransas Pass. Atty. and Mrs per hundred. has entered State University LexBrown fl Come, let us show you. knew Miss. McComber ington. George Clontz of Wallens Creek who is one of th" fine Southern Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Moynahan is here buying mules for the Bangirls. The groom is one of spe-- : a poruon of last week in ner Fork Coal Co. Rockcastle's noblest sons and in Nicli .lasville Round trip to Louisville, 4 20, Lone Star state has made a record Mi. and Mrs.W. G McBee and Oct. 17th to 16th. limited to Oct. financially and otherwise of which M v Sadie Jett are attending 2isf, account Grand Lodge of Ken- he may be justly proud the State Fair. tucky, F. 5c A. M., and Grand RAMSUY: S. B. Ramsey, s.ged . Burdet'.e McKenzie. who is ex- Chapter R A. M. 49. died Suncay nigh', at i0:30, tra operator, is working the main Mat Stephens of the Nigger after an illness lasting only oue. 'AicrCgaEBEtttfg 1SST&XXJtr YVTKc-r line of the L. & N. jffmrmm section of this county says he has week,of a complication of troubles, Grant Mullins is able to be on sold IEADIHG ffl2$lS around 125.00 worth of mel For moie 'han a ved he has been th- - streets again after a battle ons from an acre patch this year. on the deciiue and t vo or three with typhoid fever. He bought this land four years times during the year, he has suf are Other and Cossie Bullock of ago for $10 per acre. fered severe attacks of indigesthe Hansford section are attend tion. With his last illness not The two $5 boxes of Cumber- only indigestion, tng the State Fair. oi the Kentucky Race Association Sparks' World Famous Shows but peritonitis The biggest hit in the map line Little-fieH- , 0UK BOONEWAY MAN and took in the races. .Mrs. W. M Poynter is wi'h land Choctlates given bv and some kidney trouble made are billed to exhibit at Stanford was the one made by James Steere & Co. of Knoxville.as their appearances her daughter Mrs. R E. Thomo Wed. Sept 20 and from the Some of the boys brought away Pinkerton and the writer. Its size The deceased In Winchester apecial premiums at Mt. Vernon son at Crab Orchard. leaves a wife and four children. newspaper more money from the track than is 5 by 7 feet showing Boone Way reports preceding were ree'd by the winners Fair, The burial took place at the fam them their .exhibition will be they carried to it. Others were and all towns and cities along the Dr. Lewis Jones of Middles this week and is very fine candy. ily All the big events came in a not so fortunate. burying ground on Cove worth going many miles to witboro has been with relatives route from Boone Park, M. C. via bunch last week. The Appalaness. here since yesterday. The Stanford City Council has branch, Monday. In the language of write tips of Mt. Vernon, to Louisville Kenchian Good Roads convention county fairs: It the greatest meet- tucky, and from Mt. Vernon, to Judge L W. Bethurum was in raised the near beer license from Among the many features the Langdon School Memorial representing nine States, speaking ing in the history of this road as- Chillicothe Ohio, with Various Cincinnati from Friday until Tues $200 to $1,200 per year. The opened Wednesday with the larg show carries is what is claimed to of Justice Charles Hughes and sociation, which has people of Stanford are going to been in ex- loops; distances of 9o0 miles. day on legal business. est uumber enrolled, since the be the largest land animal on the roads were billed and pulled The map was hung in the It is an elephant said to off at Lexington. The toad istence for put eight years. Mrs Howard Baker recieved a rid of those joints and it is expect- school was converted into a girl'. earth. On Wednesday the Hon. E. lobby of the Phoenix Hotel during ed something will happen in Mt. fall last Sun Uiy th-- : result of industrial school Miss Stewart, be three inches taller than Jumbo people held a morning session Bullock of Hanstord, aud the the meeting and attracted much Vernon Jan. 1st. which she has been veiy sick who was acting principal last and a half ton heavier. n Tuesday and adjorned in writer were JJtaken out with a attention. People from 3O states since Some idea of her immense size year, is principal this year. The AUCTIONEER of the Hughes date. over the vi&wed it with interest. The Robert Cox," of the firm of Services offered to the public of success of last ear bespeaks can be optained when you con- Then the big gun. was fired at party in automobiles, variously newly made asphalt crowds in front of the map at times Robert & E B Cox was in Rockcastle, Lincoln and Pulaski what may be expected this year, sider that she is 1 r feet, 7 inches Winchester Saturday. including the Richmond became so great it was difficult to with a splendid corps of assistants tall and weighs over 5 tons In Lovisville Wednesday buying Counties. Give me a trial. The writer met a good number ( Dixie Highway ) and the Paris pass into and out of the frontdoor. . selected to Miss Stewart's own other words she weighs as much of his mountain friends at LexW. D. goods. (Jackson Highway) roads; also The Democratic State Cam-peig- n liking. The Langdon Memorial, as 10 ordinary horses. Crab Orchard, Ivy Sam Denharn who was once in ington who came down to hear out to Elmendorf farm, which opening and big barbecue Another extraordinary feature their candidate who spoke in among educators and those par. the drug business in Mt Vernon Pone No 9 W. consists of a boundary of i.OOO at Winchester last Saturday wn ticularly interested m school work, with the show is Capt. Wesley's Woodland Park to a large and ! is now with the Stanford Drug acres and on it located the most a huge success in every particular. Beginning with tonight the Mt ranks as oue of the vtv ; best of troupe of educated Seals and Sea lence composed ot citizans from Co., Stanford. extensive dairy barns, said to be Vernon Power Co will begin all The writer was fortunate .a Lions. These interesting sea all parts of the State. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Collier night service again. Now that the its kind in the state. Mt. Vernon about the largest in the United getting near the speakers stan animals perform the most seemAt the other two days of the states. came up from CrabUrchar 1 Tues all night service is needed the and Rockcastle County should and heard the speeches of Vic ; ingly impossible feats ; balancing meeting the highway people had! The first meetings of the day to bring two girls to place company is l'tady to give it, but certainly appreciate to the fullest associa- - President Marshall, Congressm in extent shch a school as we have chairs, umdrellas and whirling many eminent engineers and prac-!tio- n in Langdon Memorial during the summer when the were held in the chapel ot Hardy ol Texas and J. Thomis brands of are while climbing ladin Langdon Memorial tioil road builders piesent who Kentucky University but the Heflin of Alabama. Believe me is not used it is a loosing Postmaster and Mrs E. W. current ders, walking tight ropes and ridread important papers or delivered iater 0nes toob place in the ball they were some speeches, which A neatly printed ing Hackney ol London spent Sun proposition and that is why there MakrieD: the backs of galloping hores. excellent lectures on the absorb- - room of the pn0enix Hotel. A were cheered time and again by has not been all night service wedding announcement came to This feature day with Mr and Mrs. W h baffles discription o; J. VV. VsnWinkle, ing topic of roads jyul their main- - number of the members in- - the thousands ot admirers. the address Pish touring Central Kentucky. during the summer months and must be seen to be appreciat tenance A representative from the ciuding C. C.Crabb and the writer It is estimated that there was Later: On accouut of some of Mt. Vernon, which reads as fo- ed. Mr. and Mrs Ulysess Baker and Agricultural and Road Depart- - were takea out io machines to the from 15,ooo i7,000 in attendance. llows: " Mr. Henry Holland Mc service will riot Mr. a:.d Mrs Leroy Mullins of repairs Many other wonderful things ments were present from Wash- Owing to the admirable system tart until Sunday night, by per Clannahan and Miss Lillian Bick Cincinnati, are with relatives are to be seen wiih this uiammoth ington City and explained the county crusher plant in west of arrangments there was nell announce their marriage on not a part of the city where th-- y crush here and in the country for a few mission of the town board. Sunday, the third of September, show, and the main performance Federal aid plan for the building limestone aud grind up Kentucky hitch or bobble. The thousands days. Van Swearingen, and son J. W one thousand uine hundred and beneath the big tents will present and maintenance of roads, aud rock asphalt, the latter material were fed old ham, barbecue mutHerbert Cox went to Louisville and familie" from McClain, 111 , a number of the most marvelous tne maimer in wmen states snouia Kpino- thpmo Und nc ft,.. UJV.U ton and besf, pickles bread on Carrolton, Kentucky. u,.. ,UU. - uuu.1 cn,i w... Wednesday to take a job with an are visiting in Rockcastle with sixteen. apply for Federal aid. At Home, Kenvon Flats. Owens foreign acts of the century. m putting down rhe depot plat paper plates and last but not Indianapolis road machinery Napoleon Whitaker, on Skeggs The menagerie of wild animals Among important things were form at Mt. Vernon This mater- - leist, burgoo in tin cups with horo. Kentucky." Miss Lillian company. He is now in Pineville Creek, and other friends tor a carried with fhe show is complete reports 01 progress or tne three iai being extensively used in spoons to eat with. Every one taking instructions in handling couple of weeks. They report the Bicknell, the bride, is the graud" in every detail, and contains rare highways. CO. Crab now State manv daughter of J.W. Van Winkle, the Darts of our stat.P nd in was filled and there were some the machinery. corn crops burned out in Illinois, daughter of the late J. P. Bicknell, and curious specimens of the Road Inspector io the building ofother states' It is mined near wagon loads left. Prank Johnson and B. P John- and compliment their old home ol who preached one year most interesting ana . rxocKcastte roaas Three thousands gallons of ice represented Bowling Green, Ky., and costs a for the coauu:. son of this countv won the trip Rockcastle as having a splendid Christian and did the subject bout 2,oo0 per mile to place it water at tweuty different points j Boone Way church at Buckeye. curious animals. offered to boys of this county to outlook in corn. They went to The groom is unknown to the A mile long street parade of justice. In his remarks he gave on macadam to depth of 2 inches. on the grounds, with hundreds of the farmer boys encampment at Illinois thirteen years ago this grandfather of the dazzling splendor, beautiful wo- due credit to Mt Vernon for its Its lasting qualities and great cups to drink from. br.de. the State Fair. Frank Johnson is fall, own a farm and doing spleu men, and handsome horses, inter- great work in originating and smoothness recommends its use. There were something like Cash is King at Fish's the son of Willis Johnson near didly. It is a great corn country spersed with three brass bauds pushing this great highway thru It will be cheaper when a rail automobiles on hands and Orlando. We do not know the when the season are right Z T. Dixon, a former Rockand a steam caliope will traverse mountains, and mentioned in a road is built to the mines. pot one buggv on the grounds. v" other boy. This rule was used to prevent acThe following young people castle citizen died at hL home in the streets shortly before noon, very flattering manner the conHenry Robefts. of Bristol, Miss Rissie McFerron was tak- were delightfully London Wednesday, after an ill- and this featnre alone will be nection the writer had in the work cidents. entertained Sat Vict President of Boone en very seriously ill Monday with urday evening at a lawn party ness of three weeks of A hospital car wi th nurses and enlargmeut worth going many miles to see. which of course made us feel Way. for those states was elected appendicitis and for several hours given by Misses Carrie and Louise of the spleen. pretty good, thank you, especidoctors were kept in readiness to Don't foiget the date and the President of the Southern Appa her condition was very serious Dr Hvsinerat their eminlrv hnmp place of exhibition, Stanford, ally when the m embers and aud- lachian Good Roads Association. look after the sick, but were not COW MOTHER OF FIVE H. V Pennington came down M"isses Nannie Dnwell. .Tn Da Lcalled upon, as no one in all the ience did some cheering. But Wed, Sept. 2o. C C. Crabb, of Eminence and crowd needed CALVES IN TWO YEARS. . from London Tuesday to see her Lottie ohappel. Esther Staverson, call on the old Boone W'ay their them. James Maret, of Mt. Vernon, were m consultation with Dr. Owens Rissie Griffin, Sydney AUGUSTA, KY... Sept. 6. Isaacl Mt. Vernon worker for a speech, put us up a- and Rockcastle Crawford, and as soon as she is able will be ....... W rn, ...,. .,j rtu..i ..;,, (Buck) Moneyhouof this vicinity gainst it. He advised the aud- elected Executive Committeemen were represented by F. L. ThomI will be open for business WWUMV, uuu iVUUJl for Kentucky. taken to London for an operation. Messrs, Henry 'Hopkins, "OlVIS claims the tmdst prolific cow in about the 20th of September. ience that While he could do some pson, Sr. and Jr. J. B. Noe.Clyde John OfMce Rooms over Cox's Store Mr. and Mrs.W. A. McKenzie Lair, Lewis McOall, Clyde Rigsby the State. It is a one-hal- f writing, bat it was beyond him Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas Baker, Will Thompson, Robert Jersey Mt. Vernon, Ky. and Julian and Wilburn Miller, Wade Hysinger, to make an address and .hoped were accepted as members of the McKenzie. S C Franklin and son Lum Hopkins, ana was four years old on Sept 3 AND nave returned trom a months Sherman Owens, Cecil- - Weiderholt, 1910. It has been the mother of Whomsoever will may come that Mr. Crabb's report and Association, making 13 states Bernard, C. C. Williams. There I stay in Oklahoma. They made Colmar McCall,. Austin Staver-th- e five heifer calves inMess'tban two and be cured of the following speech on the subject was suffi now belonging to this organiza-tion- . may have been others whom the ailments by round trip about 1900 miles ' son, Oppie Owens, Howard Hop-i- n years. cient to cover the case in hand. writer did not meet. a Ford, and went through with kins, Roscoe Hysinger, and Rob-- , Prof, MOORE'S DT7te--- nt The writer met many old road The nine states belonging to They were here from every Gus Staverson sold J. H. Baugh-ma- n out a mishap of any kind more ert Pure ell. The refreshments the organization had tepresenta-tive- s friends from the various states, county In the State. JL'or Indigestion. JM e r v o u s Stanford 5oo bushels wheat includiug several who had renderthan a few punctures. They had . fruits and' melons were enjoyed at $1.50 per bushel. To Col. John E. Qarner, Win- present. Prostration, Rheumatism, Hemorrhoide. Free treat- a most pleasant trip. The convention adjourned Tues- ed much assistance in boo miner I Chester's G. O. M. is due much; by all. Let Fish's do your 'developing, ment for fiO days. day afternoon and were guests I Boone. Way. credit. - MT. VERNON- SIGNAL! Mr5, rr r 79 TRADLMARX en-rout- Fll Winter Is Js Here Coming JTi -- s-c- Vn i "STAR BRAND SHOES BETTER" rec-bgcitio- ro-id- Pe-trs- I I. 1 all-nig- ht - .. s 2,-0- 00 Va-Tenn- ., I -' I ' rv I r , A, Tl - ' -'- -'- TJ" asr2KEizzzz2a:2x AND SCHOOL sxzisse SUPPLIES SCHOOL BOOKS ARE WHAT CHILDREN NEED THESE DAYS Cheap Transportation Mas Built National Prosperity fe&Vj DEKODRACY'S BANNERDAY Campaign Opening al Winches- vx,Tiirrfcss:i.'wj42 v f ter Most Auspicious Eveal OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU WHAT 'Many Thousand People Listen To Oratory And Enjoy Burgoo Tliis is a big American freight engine. It is an achievement of AMERICAN HTVENTIVE GENIUS. It is built to HAUL LONG TRAINS loaded with the products of Amer- j 8 VE PI A YE And Barbecued Meats SCHOOL BOOKS ARE SOLD STRICTLV FOR CASH TO ALL- - Pioneer Drug Store CHAS L. DAViS. g ican industry from the mines, farms, mills and factories to the markets of the country, and to the seaboard for shipment across the seas. In all the wonderful history of American industrial progress NO PIECE OF MACHINERY HAS PERFORMED SUCH SERVICE AS THE BIG FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVE. WORLD, H Phono 87 nSTZTX- T- Proprietor iSTTTTp-t- f Freight is carried on our railroads at the LOWEST RATES IN THE while we pay our railroad workers the HIGHEST WAGES TWO-CENT tVHnr!i, WS JUL. " llMKK "Lytmmm I All Phone 94-- S wiyfitK i H(b &.., m ft M ii i P Our line of Couch Casket is u U excel W Hand-mad- e Coffins furnishec 1. IN THE WORLD. A TON OF FREIGHT 111 THE EAST IS CARRIED THREE MILES FOR THE COST OF A POSTAGE STAMP. Cheap transportation is one of the biggest builders of our prosperity. The big freight engine with its enormous tractive power, the big steel freight car with its great carrying capacity, and the heavy rails and roadbed to support the weight of the great engines and heavy trains these are the achievements of American industrial genius which have given us low freight rates and broad markets, and have enabled us to put our products in the markets of the world in competition with foreign manufacturers. rock-ballait- Hearse seiii to all parts of l v il... vuuiiuj. u ;iup (' orders by Wire PromptlyFilled J W. A. COX,i M J'. YERNON, KY. i BB i g d leaders of American But now come but railroad workers who say to the railroad managers: "SHORTEN YOUR FREIGHT TRAINS so that the enginemen and trainmen can haul the tonnage faster over the roads, and so make as many miles pay in eight hours as they now do in ten hours." To the State Legislatures these same spokesmen for the railroad workers say: well-meanin- short-sighte- a&Sfase&sca fl. h uu em" I &oc&dk33$ iffiye ( "Pass laws LIMITING THE LENGTH OF FREIGHT TRAINS we oppose big tonnage trains." To the Farmers, Manufacturers, and Merchants they say: "With shorter freight trains railroads can move your products faster to the markets." To the American Public that pays every dollar of the railroad bill (and 44 cents of every dollar paid for transportation is for wages), they say: "All that the railroads have to do to meet our demands for higher wages is to shorten their trains. Tove the freight more rapidly and escape the penalty of overtime wages." The formal opening of the Democratic campaign at Winchester, Saturday, was as delightful as the occasion was auspicious. The sun nevei shone more brightly on the "Old Ken tucky Home," the atmosphere was never more delicious and invigorating a warmer welcome was never e tended than by the Democracy of th't splendid county of Clark and everything seemed to work together tc make the event one of the never to be forgotten by the many thousands ol enthusiastic men and women who attended. Every detail for the comforl and enjoyment of their guests had Lenn carefully arranged and nothing left undone by the general chairman The President Turned the Trick Judge John E. Garner, Judge John M S'evenson, Senator Abe Rennick Candidate Hughes is greatly worSteve Vaught. and the able and will ried over the way the president sucing corps of assistants, while the peo ceeded in averting the railroad strike and deplores the passage of laws in pie of town and county vied with each advance of investigation. He is. thereother in doing everything in their fore, attempting to belittle the whole power to add to the delights of business., t,ut he will have his labor for his pains. As Grover Cleveland The city had been decorated in th-da- rags of Democratic campaigns In Kentucky, but the one at Winchester eclipsed them all and the Democracy of the state owes the people of Clark county a debt they can hardly repay. Everybody at all acquainted with the public spiritedness of those wideawake citizens, knew that they would strive to oiudo all other occasions, and gloriously did they fulfill the con' fidence. And to them be honor and glory now and always. They certainly emphasized the ambitious little city's place on the map and wrote her name high on the scroll of fame. Chairman Cantrill expressed his real delight over the auspicious opening of the campaign, that must result in a famous victory for Democracy and is prouder of the county of his congressional district than ever. It was Indeed a glorious day for the cause of the people and a forerunner of a victory that will surprise the nation, which has been led to think that Kentucky is a doubtful state. The enthusiasm engendered by the glorious meeting at Winchester will spread all over Kentucky and with such candidates as Wilson and Marshall and such achievements as the Democratic party has to its credit the old commonwealth ought to be good for. the Tilden majority, which was 60,000. Kentuckians recognize true worth and faithful service and all who love these qualities will vote to retain the man in office who has dona so much for the cause of humanity. Up men, and at 'em. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. In the District, Court of th - United States, for thj EasU-rDifctrkt of n Kentucky, No. SCG7. United States Trust Kentucky Portland Company, against Plaintiff, Ptft-I..'.. gala UNDERTAKER Brodhead LINE Ky COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - 3 H phone orders Promptly Filled r 7 3&y&3$30 jjClk- What would be the result of taking these leaders of the 350,000 train employes at their word shorten freight trains so that they can be run at higher speed? Increasing the number of trains to handle the same tonnage would call for more employes to do the same work, more tracks, larger yards and terminals, more supervision, and it is plain that there would be more congestion of traffic and greater hazards in train operation. Hundreds of millions a year would have to be spent by the railroads to increase their facilities and to operate the bigger plant. IT WOULD BE AKIN TO USING HAND SHOVELS INSTEAD OP FIVE-TOSTEAM DREDGE? TO DIG A PANAMA CANAL. American railroads have spent enormous amounts in reducing grades, cutting down mountains and filling up valleys ; in increasing the hauling power of locomotives and the carrying capacity of cars; in putting down rock ballast and heavy rails all for one purpose, to lower the cost of operation. It is the public that has reaped the benefit in better and cheaper railroad service. N and he did what the whole country him for doing The Republicans tried to embarrass the President in the matter, but he turned the trick and came out more than a victor and made himself more solid with the dreds of men of prominence. At 10:30 people. The laboring peoples especially Judge Garner made a stirring and are singing the praisp.s of the man who witty address of welcome, followed by meets every emergency manfully and successfully. Chairman J. Campbell, Cantrill, of the State campaign committee, whe Easy to Satsfy. Seated everywhere. The fair grounds were selected foi the place of speaking, and a she1 erected in front of the mammoth am phitheater for the speakers and hun- said on one occasion, "A condition and att're and flags and buntinp not a theory." confronted Mr. Wilson, ed CEMENT&COALCOMIrt.V.. I By virtue of a judgment rendered in the alxive cause, the undersigned, on" Tuesday. September 19th, 19'6. between the hours of ien o clock, a m , and two o'clock, p m , at or about the hour of twelve o'clock noon or as soon thereafter as may be convenient, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the door of the Court House of Rockcastle Countj, Kentucky, atMt Vernon, in said County, all of the property of every kind and desenptiu-an- d whereever located of the Kentuck. Portland Cement and Coal Com, any whica is covered by a mqrtagtj or deed of trust dated June Jst, 19!2. whiVh was executed and delivered by said Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Company to the United states Trust Loui pany, of Louisville. Kentucky, and which was duly recorded in mortgage book 9, 31S to 394 inclusive, in the office of the Clerk of the Kocfccastle County Court, and being all and singular the lands, mineral and mininsr rights, and properties and all estates and interests in all those certain tracts or parcels of land of said Kentucky Portland Cementtnnil Coal Company, situate in, at or neat- - fine Hili. County, hmtucky, and a ' right, title, inteie.-.-i auu estat ; at l. or in equitj, a. and to tLe ....., and their appurtenances, with ail tin rights, privileges and franchises of the Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Company attaching- or belonging to or ext rcisable in or aboutor in connection with the same, and all the income, revenues, rents, issues and profits thereof, the said lands, mineral and mining-rightto-wlt, pa-e- s RiK:k-cast- le - s, thanked in warmest terms the gcoc people for their splendid efforts tc make the opening memorable, said a few words of cheer to the people wh crowded the amphitheater :.nd fille' tvx. igjjvTjsjjv: A JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE! ?33a$3-&yz- creased cost of transportation. Would the public get value received for its money? Of the tonnage on the roads east of Chicago 60 per cent, consists of coal, oke, ores, stone and other mine products. To the public it is of no coiner, "tence whether this freight is a few hours longer on the road, so long ar. there is a continuous and regular stream of it coming to the OF ALL THE TONNAGE MOVING IN THE EAST OF LOW GRADE, SLOW MOVING FREIGHT, CARRIED IS MADE AT THE LOWEST RATES IN THE WORLD. To abandon the big freight trains on American railroads in order to increase the speed at which the bulk of the traffic moves, and thereby onable the train employes to earn higher wages in shorter hours, would place a great burden on American industry without giving the public r.ny tangible benefit. FOUT-TIFTHS If the railroads moved their tonnage in shorter trains at higher speeds, he public, it is seen, would have to shoulder a great burden in the in- &$3-- & & A W ' good line of HanQrcjl - '? &? fiy ' Merchandise ', - i - LONG Only On-- e HOURS A RARiTY. RAILWAY MAIL PAY. - - rl -;y - In Five Years Docs Average liavi-been ri- w - -VfJYi - y ,X Farm Implements XXX &y&pey&& 3G8C$boCg J Trainmen Exceed Legal Limit. That Ions Lours In train service by a '4 Left Leggedness It is a familiar fact that a 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 ed . 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 v ahead. It's just the way in money matters. Our existance is a constant battle between spend" seems ing and saving, and our " sbend-le- g the stoutest and is generally in the lead. To overcome this the wise ones are handicapping theii "spending member" with a Saving Account and are steering a staight course out of the forest of debt into the civilization of peace and plenty. right-handed left-leggm trxxs & - ..- - reduced to ;i minimum is shown re.crt issued by the Iuters'alt Comuiere Commission. Only one fm ploye in nve on the average last yeai was compelled to remain ou duty nior than sixteen hours during any one dm In the w': do yeai Stated in anothei way, the chance of an cngiuemsin o: trainman remaining on duty beyond this prescribed limit was reduced to once in live years. The total number of cases of excess service from alf causes reported to the commission was only G1.247 during the year ending June 30, 1913. as comin 1014 and 270,827 pared with hi 1913, and with rare exceptions these represented cases recognized as due to unavoidable causes. Statistics on this subject are collected by the Interstate Commerce Commission under the national law. Every time a train is so delayed by a blizzard, washout or other cause that any part of the train crew is on duty longer than sixteen hours the railroad company must report the occurrence to the commission, giving the names of the individual employes concerned and a full statement of the cause for the excess service. For several years the vailroads and the Interstate Commerce 'Commission in efforts to have been prevent the keeping of employes on duty for long periods. The reduction of nearly SO per cent, in such cases which has bern brought about in three years shows that the working of men for long stretches of continuous service has practically disappeared axcept In rare cases of unavoidable delay. 137.-&hours-of-servic- Congress Directs Interstate Commerce Commission to Investigate Subject. Washington. The annual Post Of fice appropriation bill recently passed by Congress contains a clause directing the Interstate Commerce Commission to take up for investigation, report and the Qxing of rates the system of pay ment to the railroads for carrying mail The Commission is authorized to test the relative merits of payment by weight and by space. The railroads have long contended that they were underpaid for tills serv iqp and that they were losing millious of dollars a year under the system of payment now in effect It was felt thatv the Interstate Commerce Coin mission, ou account of the information at its command regarding all phases of railroad operation, is in the best position to determine the merits of the case. every conceivable space in all tin region aroundaLout and introduce Congressman Hardy, of Tevas. as tin first speaker, who eloquently told o! the accomplishments of the adminis tration and urged the retention ir, office of the man who made them pos sihle and fulfilled every .promise ol the convention that nominated him His Speech was logical, forcerul am! vote winning. Following his address, which to with rapt attention, the on slaught on the feast of burgoo, fried chicken, barbecued beef and lamb with many other good things, began, and though the charge was heavy an.i continuous the impression was bardlj noticeable and the heavy laden table? would have withstood the charge ol several thousands more and still groaned with their weight of well prepared edibles. It was a ml feast from which no one went away empty .On their own initiative and at theii own expense, the ladies had preparer! another feast in a large tent in honot of the vice president's charming wife where the speakers and others enjoyed a real banquet, served by beautiful girls and comely matrons and every body made to feel that it was good tc be there. The tent was gaily decorated and the ensemble was beau tiful. The Inner man having been satiswa:-listene- Stato Campaign to be sti fit i "iini itt the lesnlt of th cost of the .itli in trying to make a hoins f:. Hughes in tl.ls stato. another in TMire of being thankful for sma'.l Tho nnnb'ic-an prn'o-s-'c- a per-orn-an- It is doubtful if Hughes made vote by his speech in Lexington, i'.o it dops- - not admit of a do;bt Y'.i he lot vory many. Xc'ther his ., t pch nor his pre ence was insair-inand the crowd, motley as it was expected better thing from tl' candidate of a ence great party. . aors. g Mr HtiulioV v'.lt demonstrated ane.' hi! more fully that the Wilson spirit -- nvails in this state and that it will f given f':!l forcp and effect on the ill of November. Has Another Think Ccmir.g. "I -- I is a mere passing ent'.su'-iasm- . ne it means that the people of your .'.?ft! realize that the success of the canrrt believe that the splendid 'rit which has been shown here to--- v fied, Gov. e GOVERNMENT SHOULD REGULATE WAGES. If a set of conditions have arisen which oblige the government to regulate rates, then it is equally obliged, on the basis of economic analysis, to regulate wages accordingly. Having tak-e- n one step. it must take the other. The logic of events is forcing this dilemma on the gov eminent It is the public which sooner or later must pay for the Increased expenses of transportation. Professor 5. Laurence Laughlin, University of Chicago. THE PEOPLES BA NK & . U. G. BAKER Presdt. J. P. E. DUMMOHD. V. P. CONSTIPATION THE FATHER OF MANY ILLS. F. L. THOMPSON Cashier. Of the many ills that affect FLOYD MILLER Asst. Cash. humanity a large share start with Wilson's running mate, "the tail tc his kite," .as he called himself, and his eloquent recital of constructive wor): accomplished during the three and a half years that the Democrats had been in power,, made a lasting Impression on the multitude, which drunk in every word with avidity, anc seemed fully to agree with him that God had raised up Woodrow Wilson for his great work. Congressman W. J. Fields then in troduced the Hon. Thomas J. Heflin of Alabama, whose fame as an oratoi is nation-wide- , and for an hour he kept the vast throng applauding or convulsed with laughter at the stories he told so inimically. it was a great speech and kept the crowd to its end, though more than half of it had to stand to hear it. Chairman A. B. Rouse, of the speakers' bureau, could hardly have made better selection for the occasion ae every man of them is master in hh line of speech. The great crowd, which came from many parts of the state and was vari ously estimated at from 10,000 tc 20,000, reluctantly took its leave, filled with enthusiasm and intent on doing all in its power to Wilson and Marshall for four more years of patriotic sen ice. Jlbere have been many grand open re-ele- ing speaker of the day, Vice Preside.it Thomas R. Marshal, of Indiana, whe was received with tumultuous ap plause, and his was a most captivating address, full of hope and confidence. Mr. Marshall is a born orator and possessing the ability to tell an anecdote well, he soon caught his audience which listened to his effort with wild cheers and applause. There are few more popular speakers than Woodrow Stanley introduced the lead- .:!: advance the welfare of the nation. ir-- ' own Gtata, and their own home:." .hi.:; spoke Mr Hughes at I.c ingtni. f V p one hundred per cent, candidate pa!'y beli"ps his own words he has other think coming. Kentuckians and show are usually polite them courtesy, but they do mt accept as truth everything that is told them. Mr. Hu?hes is likev. "se mistaken ab.-r-t enthusiasm. It was not great to bsin with and v.as entirrly nanr.factu-- l by the campaign committee and its hirelings. There Is nothing about Mr. Hughes or his spoech2s to enthuse over, and he v. ho seems to slop o.er on them dcs jo either for y or for generally 13 Kentucky pretense pn.tty wr. sa isfied with "conditions under Wilson and car iot h.e rat la to posrealize. If such a realization sible, that ictnrn of the Republican party to power would advance their welfare. They belieCo that rPturn of that party to the control of the means a return to special privileges by the ta'CF'on of mi";, for the bent-fi- t oC the few. Nay, Mr. I.ughes do not permit yoursc'f to fce fcoled Ke'itucky may be doultful someti-nes- . but there is no doubt about her this time, she is for Wilbon first, last and all timet:. p-.o gov-rrnme- nt 'e'Jb'ican party in national afa'rs The Colonel Disgusted. Authentic report is that Colonpl Roosevelt Is much more obsessed wi h cepted. George W. Welsh, the desire to defeat Wilson than the Commissioner election of Hughes, which he regards as a secondary consideration. The Percy N. Booth, Colonel's antipathy for Wilson Is beAttorney cause of the fact that the president h3 eclipsed him in the service of the CLEAR BAD SKIN country and relegated him from th front page and from the limelight. It EROM WITQIN is also said that Roosevelt is dissatPimply, muddy complexions isfied with the Hughes performance in the west, that he is almost ready to are due to impurities in the bio- d. quit playing second fiddle in the swa' Clear up the skin by taking Dr fly campaign, as he calls it. Instead King's New Life Pills, Theii he says of talking Americanism, mild laxitive qualities remove the Hughes' talks civil service reform and Instead of denouncing the German the poisons from the system and American alliance, denounces extrava- prighten the eye. A. full, free, gance in governmental expenditure. He g bowel movement in believes he has been tricked and ready to quit. The Democrats, the morning is the reward of a however, will object as he 13 mak- dose of Dr King's New Life Pills ing more vjtes tor Wilson than it Ip possible for him to make for Hughes. the night before at yonr Drug- 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 mora particularly in the aforesaid mort gage or deed of trust, :ogether with all the machinery, engines, pipes, tubing, railroads', mine cars, electric and other fixtures, tools, tipples, storehouse, dwellinjr-liouseoffice buildings and other tixed and detachable and movable property which may be now owned by said Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Compauy and which maj- - be appurtenant to such interest in the land, mining rights and mines f said Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Company. Reference is made to the decree and to the bill of complains in the above styled action for a more exact and particular description of tho real estate and other property to be sold. The said twenty-fou- r (24) tracU of land contain approximately two thousand (2000) acres, more or less. The said property will be sold in one parcel and as an entiretj and pursuant to the terms of the aforesaid judgment. The amount to be raised by said sale is the sum of 79i,966.59, with Interest thereon at 6 per cent, per annum from July 29th, 1916, until paid, The Commissioner will require from each bidder before receiving any bid from him, a preliminary deposit of So.OOO 00 in cash or by certified check. Preliminary deposits from unsuccessful bidders will be returned by the Commissioner at the conclusion of the bidding, 25 per cent, of the amount remaining due on any bid which is accepted shall be paid immediate, y after the confirmation of the 9ale: a further 25 per cent, shall be paid j within twenty (29) days after such confirmation; and a further 50 per cent of such sum shall be paid within forty (40) days after such confirmation; provided, however, that the purchaser shall have the light to anticipate either or all of such payments. All defened payments shall bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and be secured to the satisfaction of the Commissioner In case any bidder or purchaser shall fait to make good his or their bid upon its acceptance by the Commissioner, by making the aforesaid additional payments, then the sums paid or d ( osited by such bidder or purchaser shau e forfeited as a penalty for such fni uni. If any sale, for vhich a deposit has been made, shall not be confirmed by the Court, such dtposit shall e returned to the bidder, and the (iepos.ii ot any successful bidder shall be returned to him when a bid shall have been acs, -- . non-gripin- y v., I ' ' C. Williams, ATTORlNEY-AT-LAW, V The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church Street. Special attention given o collections. No. 80. MT. VERNON. KY. OFFICE. On 2nd. floorof r. n MT. VERNON, S. Lnover Dentist KY constipation. Keep .your bowels regular and thev may he avoided. Wheh a. laxitlve is need take Chamberlain's TablPta They not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. - Optainable J everywhere. k- - 5xCP3X3Cat CASTOL Yon tRooms over Baker' Mor Phone 49-- $ Children FR C FLETCHER1 HOW TO GIVE GOOD gITEMS! OKDEADVICE Neglected colds gat worse,, inThe best way to give good adstead of better. 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