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VERNON. ..& mum .S3W' $ ssirtog. ivf. is Established -- - imiM W 1887 NUMBER 4 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1916 When Jack Frost Comes The best test of a winter suit or overcoat is not how does it look when it's new? but how will it look five months later? Snow and rain can't hurt Clothcraft it is built fort looks and wear not looks alone. ing cough. Weep not dear par3C$GC9 ents, for the little oue has gone where there will be no more suffer ing pain nor death. Most all the Children of this part that have whooping cough are getting better. Misses INell and Grace Bullock were guests of MissLillie Mullins, will begin a series Sunday of meetings at Cave Ridge, Sat urday, and will be conducted by Rev. Ponder. Dean the little son SeDc-SpcgBOOSTING HaQ&xfcpc-f- t ot J.H. Mullins, who was reported & V Arwl Pulling Tnorpthfvr sick last week, is improving some. makes Our Town grow L. B. Lewis, the stone mason of this place, is building a chimney while the "Hand of lor Melvin Barnett. quality' is always pointing to Big Values. a- THE "QUALITY STORE" GEO.S.GRIFFIN & SON WHERE a MONEY a TALKS 3S33C& &&&& M FOR LINIMENT NEURALGIA ACHES This dull throb of neuralgia is relieved by Sloan's quickly Liniment, the universal remedy for pain. Easy to apply: it quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the sore mus cles. Cleaner and more prompt ly effective than in ussy plasters or ointments: dose not stain the skin or clog the pore-- . For stiff SLOAN'S rheumatism, chronic gout, lumbago, sprains and strains it quickly give relief. Sloan's Liniment reduces the pain and inflamation in insect bites bruises, bumps and other minor injuries to children. Get a bottle y at your Druggist, 25c. muscles, to-da- Every time the second hand of the clock ticks oft" a minute something good goes over our counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes every customer a repeater. Make our Store a Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get posted on good things. AVe are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour. Meal, Meat, Sliipstnff, Hay, Corn. Straw. Fertilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you have to buy DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. GEO. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Ke'ntucky ydgye$-i- SUTTON & FASHIONABLE WEAR for EVERYBODY McBEE Farmers' Improvement Club The farmer's improvement club and school fair at Cove Oct. 11 was a success in every particular Robert F. Spence County Agent and Mr. Collins Agent of Eastern Kentucky were present and made talks on farming. Mr. Collins also made a lecture at night, in which he stated our fair was as good as nine tenths of the county fairs. Below is a statement of exhibits which won first and second prizes. Mixed corn. Edd Owens, first. White corn, J.W. Riddle, first. Yellow corn, J. O.Bullock, first Popcorn, Jake Hackney, first " Craig Hickey second Reasonable" Pr ices Mt Vernon, Kentucky You'Remember When you wera a little fellow at school remember how proud and independent you felt the few times you knew your lesson even loved your teacher? Do 'T was pretty hard to stop playing to study but it didn't take long, and you were happier all day. Things haven't changed much. - 'f & The Rev. well "f ess" up and not hinder con- longei. Mrs. James "DOBKRT Cass and Brack Dur-- i pointment at East Bernstadt, Sun- - Brummett died at her late and remained over on account dence, just south of town, Tues-- ol nam went 10 L,iunn,y, Sunthe quarterly meeting that is be- - day afternoon, after a lingering day on bicycles. Albright Bros., who live near here, unloaded a ing held there this week. Mr. and illness of several months. A re. new traction engine and thresher Mrs. A.M.Hiatt and Dr. and Mrs. vival is in progress at the Christian outlit here a few days ago, and are W.F.Carter motored over to Stan- - church, conducted by the pastor, busy threshing buckwheat in the ford, Friday night, to attend the Rev. R. B. Baker, and assisted by Miss Lou the Rev. Raymon Sherrer, of Quail section. F.P.Robins, of the Coburn's minstrel. was the guest of her bin. Mr. Sherrer is an able and Copper Creek section, one of the cousin, Miss Miranda Tate, Frf-- forceful speaker and the public is best farmers and stock raisers in Miss Phillipps left fop cordially invfted to hear him and the county, bought a fine registered day. Mrs,. take part in these, services,. hog at th sale of Paul Finch, in North Dakota, Tuesday. O, W.Turpin was, the gqest of; Lincoln cotinty, and will keep ths hpg on his farm with the hope that Mrs. Wm. Owens, at Livingstqtj, WHEN YOU TAKE CQLD. With tfce average rn,an a cold lis qeigfybors, will be benefitted last week. Considerable iuteret jjiereby. an,d wil endeavor a get iS" being shown in what the qnt is a serious niatfer and should not be trifled with, as some of qck bogs irjsead pf those they come of the Y?e drillers will be, daugerous diseases cn,ri that, thf inriUtinn m the most now lye. Tie n0? S a Duroc h.in start with a common cold. Take Jersey. Par Leece' is afc home strike oil was never better. This Chamderland's Cough Remeyy from Detroit, where he had a po well is being put down on the and get rid of your cold as Mr Frith Bros. land. A number of quickly afi possible. You are filtion for several months. and Mrs. B. T. Young and family strangers, supposedly those inter- - not experimenting when you use ha" Z ?" were recent visitors of - Rev. and . ested in the oil business, have been "L3 . D 13 r T "RAF) tne first of the week. A. B Potorf tilled his regular ap- - gratulations resi-da- y, Cor-Phiilip- ps 1 here from time to time, no one eStabiishe'd reputation. It con- . an idea of their business tains no opium or other narcotic, Mrs. D.H. Cotten-Ibavin- g non. Mr. ani well is now down more than Obtainable, everywhere. gira and little son, EsteL were in rThe Jrine mil, ouuaay, wun reiauves. ou ran. n. wcuuiug iwr piatoj A number from here wentto Mt. here Wednesday evening ot last I Vernon, to see the basket ball game week, and as it still remains a sec- for Infests and Ckildren, between Mt. Vernon and Brod-bfea- i ret we will hold the names of the Mrs. D. B. contracting parties for fear some Tli Kind Y Han Always BMgli last Friday. 'outbard, of Stamford, was the one will get in trouble because Bears th gue?t of ber mother, Mrs. S. A. they let the "cat out"; but we gigaataraof native here really think the parties had ast Harare and. --- ? "" " CASTOR A Z& T f d, O-tt- Class No. 2. Wheat, W. C. Johnson, first. Cane, J. W. Riddle, first. v " Flem Parrett, second. Broom Corn, Mrs.R. Shepherd, first: Mat McNew, second Best doz. apples Russel Bullock, first: Miss Nora Shepherd second. OUR OFFICERS : Tommatoes Mrs. W. (3 JohnF. L. THOMPSONCashier. son, first: Miss Ethel Chesnut, U. G. BAKER Presdt. J. P. E. DUMMOND. V. P. FLOYD MILLER Asst. Ca.-second. Pears, Mrs. J. Boreing, first, ALL THE DEPARTMENTS OF A BANKING INSTITUTION Pepper, Mrs. H. Nicely, first; Mrs. R. B. Shepherd second. Class No. 4. Sweet potatoes, Tom Chesnut, first; J. O. Bullock, second. Green beans, Mrs. Maud Bullock, first; Edd Owens, second. Cabbage, J. W. Riddle, first. Parsnips, J. W. Riddle, first; AINU 5UH0UL second. J. W. Thompson, Onions, Mrs. Allie Bullock, first ARE WHAT CHILDREN NEED Miss Emma Taylor, second. THESE DAYS ' Turnips, W. U. Johnson first. Pumpkins, Frank Johnson.first; IS E. Mullins is in Jackson this Milt Proctor, second. week. The series of meet-iug- s AND WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD Irish potatoes, J. O. BuIIock, that was held at Red Hill has first; J. W. Thompson second. TO SHOW YOU WHAT WE HAVE just closed with only three addiBeets, Miss Glena Tahnson, tions to the. church by letter. first. Mullins, of London, was SCHOOL BOOKS ARE SOLD Hand tobacco, Fletp, Parrot first. Jack through this part the fire of the Green tobacco, Mat McNew, first STRICTLY FOR CASH TO ALL week and spent Monday night Class Nq. 5. wjth Mr. and Mrs. Jelly, Miss Minnie Parret.first. Tom Allen, of Pajnt Lick, are Catchups, Mrs. Maud Proctor, here visiting the laser's parents, first; Mrs. J. Boreing second. Mr,and Mrs. Thomas Daugherty. Sweet pickles, Mrs. Maud Bul CHAS. L. DAVIS. Proprietor Phone 87 H Arjderson, after a week's lock, first. Roscq visit witiU relatives here, has reARple preserves, Miss Fannie his. home at Winchester. Riddle, first; Mrs. R. B. Shep turned! to He was accompanied home by his herd, second. uncle, F. W. Anderson." Misses Blackberries, Mrs. W. C. John OUie and Sarah B. Roberts aud son, first; Miss Bertha Boreing, N Addie Helton, were the guests of second. Misses Sallie,. Ada and Ressie Canned Apples', Mrs. W. C. Mullins, Saturday night and Johnson, first; Mrs. Jones Proctor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rob- second. Our line of Couch Caskets ertson and children, visited the Molasses, Miss Hattie Proctor, is unexcelld latter's father, Sunday nighi, and first; Mat McNew, second. Hand-mad- e Coffins furnishec attended church at Red Hill, r Peach preserves, J'Mrs. Jones Mrs. P. F. Bullock has returned Proctor, first. Hearse sen! to all parts of lil" TI 1 from a visit to her mother at Cor-biPeaches, Mrs. W. C Johnson, )))) Y lCKMI&4rWrvf CR ;the County. if firmBrnr-lm&f- Mrs. W. S. Robertson, who first, Mrs Jones Proctor, second. is very sick. She was accompan Straw berries, Mrs. J. W. Rid III All orders by Wire PromptlyFilled ied home by her daughter, Miss dle, first,-- Mrs. Jones Proctor, Grace, who had beejftwltb Mrs. second. Robertson for sonfajjfjjeeks. Pear preserves, Mrs J. Boreing MT. VERNON, KY. Phone 94-- S Died: theinfaut child otMr and first XUontirioed-on- ; 2ndjpage.l Mrs. Newton Durham, of whoop ' ARE YOU You are still in school--bu- t studying the lessons of your business life V The probloms are pretty hard the hours are long, but most teacher s are patient and really want to help you. LEARN the lesson of SAVING its the A B C of BUSINESS and X Y Z of HAPPINESS. THE PEOPLES BANK h. - IcruAAi DAnLTCN Quny pyy " SUlTLItS WITHERS r OUR STOCK COMPLETE Pioneer Drug Store 2e3 I UNDERTAKES i -- n, 'rfi W. A. COX, 1 " f rf s v niwrwfiiiy'wrrtiirniifj aa'.jiiiiOi iL2a ftFT VRRNniM OIUINAL,. lYll.YCniNUIN slftNAT ' e bots instruction at a Weed anlfn lowef" rate than the contract force. seems that the militarists FRIDAY, Octt. 20, 19 16 these opposed to the president's Iho there are a number of v; of confronted with such internaindicate even now, that vocate who prefer contract work vvvVv.vxvXxVxN XAfyk2MiVrWKVUKUlv)7HAMKEKjMUBfc JiL Lull JS Publislud every Fiiday by Any other have 1 in preference to force account. tional . problems. the policy that should EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. he has pursued cause than been pursued was' to declare' All crushed stone, used, is might have drawn us into war war on Germany and her allies, weighed on wagons and 18.000 ern ONE VKA.R $I.O "Let us have peice,'- an I stand pounds is considered a cubic rod TJBSCRIPTION He has been patient and 'persist for or 2IGO pounds per cubic yard em in the pursuit of peace. We by every force tha: stands What Type of Man is Usually must judge him by that supreme Advertising rates 'mace known on Peace on Earth good will to It is claimed br experienced stone Picked for the achievement, and credit car not workers that limestone of the men. application The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which. Las been various classes, vanes in weight b taken from him by his op- "Lav Offer in use for over SO years, lias homo the signature of Iponentswho so easily criticize OUR BOONEWAY MAN 'and runs from 2,300 to 2,800 and lias Dcen niauo under 1113 per-vvnen ousiness is pour. the qftr thp event MEMBER OF sonal supervision since its infancy. &$-- pounds per cubic yard Y &CC4U4C. Allow no one to deceive you in this. K NTUCKY PRESS A SSOCTATION , crowded or trie season Winchester We are not rossig a stream. The county pavs its force weekly market are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " ge; their pay dull, in'no matter what the 'weed-- ' but l ton.enti and 1 see only and contractors Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Delayed from last week. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. monthly, and the state aid comes ing out process isrommontaii(J . nnir ..w.. """IT" Victor Beck, who wa at one usually when road is completed thegraat army of employed never """SV-- ' .'"Wilson, Because thru four years g T time a drug clerk in Ml. Vernon, or i forthcoming for that por- know how soon the"axe" vvill of anguish, is more acquainted was a visitor in Winchester, last tion of the road which is com- fall. than Hughes with all cross.cur-rent- s Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pareweek. He is a post office inHave you ever stopped to congoric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It pleted in the fall when work is of our foreigh relations, he . contains neither Opiwa, Morphine iior other Narcotic spector in charge of sixteen discontinued on account of freez sider what type of man or womou ? It is no should be substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys V.'orms ifc "Intervention.' What is it ? counties. His family is located ing weather, as the material is first far the "lay off." It is time to experiment with even an and allays Feverishness. .For more than thirty at Frankfort. has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, the strong, robust fellow, fellow" honest amateur in foreign affairs. "What you may call it," is a (stone), will not "bond" (stick Flatulencj, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Winchester attendants of the together) during cold or freezing with plenty of energy and vigor trite way of saving:" Call it what The problems which will confront Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, you please" it makes no differ-enc- circus at llichmond last week weather, and construction is dis- in his make up oris it the nervous the world after the .war will be assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. say they met quite a number of The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. as to what it is. continued until the opening of weak, rundown individual, who monumental, and to Wilson shonl ' the considers work a drudgery and be given the opportunity of trying policy toward old grey headed fellows at Mr. Wilson's soring. show who were eating peanuts ALWAYS continually complains of feeling to bring some order out of the GENUINE Mexico is not well pleasing to Ten miles of state aid work have popcorn along with the boys. peen completed, in Clark county, sick and tired. Of course, you militarists and "Jingoes," who and chaos. I am convinced he is so Bears the Signature of have thus far been unable to It is not believed "H. J.," from this year, leaving four miles to will agree that it' is the latter genuinely a lover of peace that he force the government into war Mt. Vernon, was one of them be completed between this and class that succumbs to the" weed- will follow up rigorously the ing out process." with Mexico. Nothing so far has as he was no doubt too busy closing down time. classes which he had inserted in watching the elephants and sea The emsloyer realizes that the the naval appropration bill, givbeen done, by our government A State Road Irspector is that may actually be classed as lions perform to each county where physical fit man or woman is the ing him power to' work toward Major G. M. Adams,(little Mat) "Intervention'" yet it seems that state aid work is being done. He most efficient worker. international disarmament thru a several times Democratic Con has supervision of construction, As efficiency is the watchword those who say it is have favored world tribunal. actual war, and now blame the gressman from Barboursville, is a keeping account of all work done, of modern industry, there is no Much as I respect Hughes as Th Kind You Have Always Bought administration for at least three resident of Winchester. listing all material used or pur- place in the present day business a man, he goes before the country There ate quite a number o chased; pay rolls of forces ect world for the nervous, rundown CENTAUR COMPANV. NEW VOHK CITY. acts of "Intervention." without an issue He is merely a men in Winchester and Because the government has mountain making daily reports of same to man or woman. critic. He has shown no con many others who own fine big All depends on the condition of structive ordered a large force to occupy engineer, who usually is Division alternatives, and a long line of military operations farms out in the county. in charge of from ten to fifteen the nervous system as the nerves all, he carries no conviction il''ES on Mexican soil, without bring- The big three story brick busi- or more counties, following np govern absolntely every process in his speeches that had he been ness building, 100 by 14O feet, ing on a war. Mr. Wilson's opii? the daily reports with itemized that goes on within our bodies. president, taking other methods m BSoo-being built by the wholesale firm Nearly all functional weakness ponents are twi.ting him with be mm statements ect L6!8 than Wilson, he would have kept iug effeminate and vacillating. of Mahan Grocery Co., on north The system used in double and disorders can be traced to the country out of war. Nor can "Effeminacy'' is not the word main street, is progressing nice- checking reports prevents error weak jierves and depleted vitali he detract one iota from the re62 used but "Ladylike" as a Louis ly and is to be completed by and next to impossible to put ty. cord, of progressive legislation w Every great man of history ville morning paper puts it, be- December tirt, by the contrac- any tmng "over ' on commisenacted under the present adcause forsooth.- The Ladies Home tors under a forfeit of 8100 per sioners office by any one with every successful man or the" day ministration. 1 cannot suooort an a supposition.is possessea 01 more tnan Journal has been made the med- day. This grocery firm are Con- out it being discovered. I shall "vote for a nected with the large business average amount of energy. Some man who has had the ium thru whic'i Wilson's acts" The road laws yet need some responsibilin this regard have been present houses of the Jellico Grocery Co,, amendments and changes to im- have been especially endowed ities and who has stood the The standing or a Bank is deterand most, if not all the members vitb this wonderful quality, as gaff. mined by the law under winch it opered to the readers of that Journal. prove the application thereof, Mor-gaare mountain folks from Whitley ates, and by th ability and character There is nothing specially bad much of which is expected to be were Lincoln, Napoleon, of its management. county, with a reputation of solid Rockefeller and others; and or impolite in speaking of the booked and presented for the State of Ohio, City of Toledo, The conservative methods of this president as being "Ladylike'' and enterprising people. consideration of the next legis- some developed it as did Glad- I ucas Countv, ss. Bank, its record of 15 years of sucThe contract for marking stone and Roosevelt. and when we come to think of it lature. cessful banking, and the courteous Frank J. Cneney makes oath Boone Way, the Jackson HighWere it possible to chronicle there is a valid and important treatment extended to all, are its best way and the Midland Trail thru all the failures, not due to lack of tbat he is the senior partner of recommendations. reason for any thing favorable to FOR SALS the firm of F. Cheney & Co., ;t him appearing in said Journal. Franklin county was let ac Fro ok One farm of I29 acres located brains, but to lack; of physical doing business J. '1 YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, in the City of Tofort last Thursday. All these one and one half miles f:om Pine vitality, there would be :i list so There are many states where ledo, County aud State aforewomen vote, and so many mil- highways use the same route Hill, Rockcastle Co, Kentucky long as to startle the world. Vernon Bank of said, and that said tirtu will pay One mile from Dixie High Way 3 Tanlac, the new reconstruclion that want to. and expect to from Lexington to Louisville, and miles north of Livingston, 90 acres the sum of ONE HUNDRED MT. VERNON, KY. vote in the near future, that it the telephone poles on which under fence jo acres m cultiva- tive tonic, stimulates the nerves the markings will be placed tion and pasture. One good six It does even more it builds up DOLLARS for each and every may be said to be a very wise case of Catarrh that cannot be thing for a campaign manager to will have somewhat the appear- room dwelling house. Bam and the tissues, invigorates the sysrv ftiT S7 cured by the use of HALL'S jf'X m6& say pleasant things about Mr. ance of barber poles with its necessary out buildings, one 4 tem, vitalizes the blood assimim various colored belts on printed room tenant house, good wells lates the food, creates appetite., CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. m Wilson thru its columns. rat tSl bands in addition to the letter- at both places. Plenty of fruit, drives away headaches, sleeple-ness- , CHENEY. Of course no man or grown up a splendid vein of coal under VZi'&.S Sworn to before rue ahd nausea, sour stomach, dizziboy likes to be called "Sissy" or ing. m&n lying the whole farm, opened up in my presence, this Gth The routing of the Kenton, and in good running condition. ness aud indigestion. Tanlac has "Ladylike," yet it's not so bad day oi December, A. D. IdSG. A. Ohio divisions of Boone Way There is good sale for the coal proven invaluable for ailments after all to have some of the from Boonsboro uorth is pro- at both Pine Hill and Livingston. that otiginate from stomach, kid W. GDEASON. gentler qualities that ladies posSome timber on the place. Notary Public. (Seal) sess, even some may make fun gressing. One mile to church, lA miles uey and liver disordeis and caAall's Catarrh Cure is taken The class of roads, in Clark to school. For fuither informa-- ' tarrhal affections of the mucous of us. internally and acts through the county, under reconstruction is tion, call or address. membianes. Intervention may come in There are times in every woman's life when she E- B. Cox Mt. Vernon, Ky Tanlac, the ideal reconstruc- Blood on the Mucous Surfaces needs a tonic to help her over ihe hard pieces. more than one way, without be water bound macadam. Their manner of construction usually When that time comes to you, you know what tonic tive tonic, is being especially in of the System. Send tor testi- pssj ing an act of war. to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is comconsists of the spreading three HEAD OF THAT troduc-ein Mt Vernon at iR. H. monials free. Crossing the Mexican bordei posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act COUGH V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Miller, also at Central Drug with an armed force as has been courses, or layers, oi limestone. gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, The first, or rough course being Soid by all drnggist, 75c. Tohn the first sign of sore throat, Co., Livingston, and . At done, in pursuit of marauders and and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, Hall's Family Pills for constibandits and penetrating" to the of crushed stone, size from three tight chest or stuffed up head Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead ailing women in its past half century df wonderful to three and one half inches, from take a dose oC Dr. Bell's Pine W. M Owens' store, Burr, Line pation. very center of the Mexican resuccess, and it will do the same for you. The healing p:ne Bros., Crab Orchard, S. K public, if you please was not in portable crusher, placed in quarYou can't make a mistake in taking Welch Berea: J. Reynolds and CONSTIPATION DULLS this instance been an act of war. ries along the line of road. The tar, soothing honey and glycer- Son, Bee Lick, where the Tanlac YOUR BRAIN "A show of force" 'tis time was second course is from two to two ine quickly relieve the conges- man explains its merits. That dull listless, oppressed necessary to lead "gringo" haters and half inch in size. The third tion loosen the phlegm and tw&f Li!!j $5 c jL"j v&? li?""' h IH IbI to keep In the back ground course is of screening and stone break up your cold. Dr. Bell's ORDER TO CALL ELECTION feeling is due to impurities in means of proloug..ig ttiewar pe. ce The county lias been doing its -- .. aoon .J , . iJio , of-tb- lit But""' ad-poli- a Practice AVHAT 4iEPUTgLICJS" S&YS." Tho I am not a Democrat, I shall vote for Wilson No -- other president since Linccln has been Children Cry fr Fletcher' s - IM Shops , Just-as-goo- d" j ...,: 1,0 ... . - What is CASTOR! A . -- I e, CASTORIA 1 (Z&tfMzi&c In Use For Over Years i ve w o semi-mont- hly oooi i - 1 . - Clean, Strong a n d Safe A. -- u, 1 The Mt . I 1 gooo ooorj sub-sbribe- d . kWWW 31 Mm You Need a Tonic - ALL-WINTE- R d Tar-Hone- y. -- - peace with all nations would conbine and cease to furnish the at nations at war. Intervention is proper and right if blood shed and th horrors of war" ma' thereby be" v -r prevented. If all the neutral nations now American and Mexican troops cooperated in pursuit of the an-t- i Caranzistas headed by the arch bandit Villa. The movement has evidently brought about a less strained relation between the two governments and has shown to some not very friendly Mexicans that Uncle Sam does not want to subjugate Mexico, nor injury or oppiess our border neighbors. Shorn of diplomatic "red tape", Pershing pushing into Mexico, was a legal well defined executed movement to teach Mexico a valuable lesson, and in the mean time protect American life and property on the frontier. The special charge of intervention is based on a statement slid to have been made by the president viz. "To use the power of U. S. to determine the character and methods of Mexico political Institutions" and,the change goes on, "that the president has once but twice Intervention may be of a friend ly sort seeking to make peace between individuals in strile or not-interfere- while up to o quarter and half inch. Each course is watered seper-atelby a sprinkler from a tank mounted on wheels, and rolled by a ten ton steam roller, every course is given a seperate and thorough rolling until it is perfectly smooth and when finished the road bed is as smooth as the traditional "floor," but not so level, for the reason the road is made with a " crown," higher in the middle than at the sides, so as to carry off the rains like a roof. The pitch being in oval form, and is usually five or more inches higher in center of road than at sides, where it is rolled down to feather edge. The usual speed made is about one mile per month by each force or gang. Two gangs are engaged on state aid work. Each gang consists of about 25 men, ten teams etc. The county has other gangs at work on its various roads. The amount of crushed stone used per mile, ior a fourteen foot spread, runs from i,000 to 1400 cubic yards, depending bn the condition of the old road bed under reconstrucfion. The cost of this reconstruction varies on account of the varied conditions of toad feed, and runs from $1,600 to $2-2- 50 per mile. The county has one "force" on state" aid work and a "contract" force on another .state aid road. y, has all the ben eiits of the healing aroma from a pine forest, it is pfeasant to take and antiseptic. The formula on the bottle tell why it relieves coughs and colds. At your Druggist, 25c. Pine-Tar-Hone- y COLDS FROM LITTLF SNEISZES GROW Many colds that hang on all winter starts Jwith a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore throat, a tight chest You know the symptoms of colds, and you know prompt niture. up. treatment will bredV-HheTERMS: $10. and under cash; Dr. King's New ' Discovery, over $10 six months credit with with its soothing antiseptic bal- noteand approved security. sams, has been breaking Sig Leece, and healing coughs of young and Gum Sulphur, Ky. old for 4-- years. Dr, King's Mew Discovory loosens the phlegm, the irclears the bead,-soothritated membrane .and rukes FOR FLETCHER'S breathing easier. At your drug-gis- t BAD two-horstwo-horse tip-Cold- PUBLIC SALE Having decidfd to go west I will on Nov. 2. 1916, at 10am., near Gum Sulphur, Ky., on the State Road, offer for sale at pub lie auction, the following described property: 1 good work horse, 8 years old; 1 good work horse, 6 years old; one yearling Perchin filley; 1 yearliug Percbin geldiug; - yearling pony; 1 milch cow, 7 years old; 3 nice heifers; 2 male calves; 7 head of sheep; 2 fat hogs; I sow and 6 shoats; about 50 barrels of corn in crib; about 200 shocks of 'fodder: 4 stacks of ha 1 rubber tire buggy and harness; one old buggy aud harness; 1 e wagon and harness; I good one horse corn drill; 1 harrow; 1 cultivator; 1 turning plow; household and kitchen fur 1- STOCK LAW. Whereas, a petition was on the 4th dav of September, 1910, tiled with the County Court Clerk of the Countv, signed by more than twenty legal voters of voting precinct No. 13 (Wildie), in Rookcastle county, asking the of the question, submission whether cattle or- auy species thereof shall be perrnitfed to run at large in said voting piecinct. It is now ordered by the court that a poll be opened in said voting precinct at the next general election to be held in said precinct on ihe 7th day of November," 1916, for the purpose of ascertaining the will ,ot the 'voters of .said voting precinct upon said question. .S. F. Bowman. Clerk Rockcastle County Court. ON - your system, sluggish iiver, clog ged intestines. Dr. King'r New fixity Lite Pill give prompt relief. A mild easy, bowel movement will tone up onr system and help to clear your muddy pimply complexion. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Life's Pills to day at' your Druggist, 20c. A will make you dose cheerful at breakfast. non-gripin- The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. g to-nig- INVENTOR IS FOR WILSON. New York, October i5. E. Gybbon AcfTesop, inventor, who, in his own realm, probably ranks second to Thomas A. Edison, today announced his departure from the ranks of Republicanism to join the forces o President Wilson. Dr. Acheson is a member of a family which has voted the Republican ticket since the origin of the party. HOW CATARRH IS CONTRACTED so Mothers are , sometimes .thoughtless as to neglect the colds which their children con tract. The inflammation of the mucous membrane, at first acme, becomes chronic catanh, a 3i J -- Has Helped Thousands. W W! 'II 'if II1 ' imt ii (! 1 161 (! i DRUGS PURE &, FRESH Your Prescriptions filled by an experienced man We want your business Don't forget to ask us about or I I .fe. Kodaks 'In MZm di'1' - ' ic3 colrlnmp .onrpH ftnrl Kodaks ' s burden. as this Many persons "v?ho loathsome disease will remem ter .haviug had Jcefjuent cplds at the tfine it rfi'as' contracted,. A little .forethought, a bo'tire'pf; that- mav nrove , 1 atife'r 1 ( -- T -- m -- r, "J Children" Off. s CStORIA 5oc. . ,. iudiciouslv used and this trouble ' might have been 'avoided; Oh ainable everpwbere.s " -"" R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. 5S598Sie8 WT. VERNON vlT .SKN'JN tCV, WXfraark SIGNAL Oct 20., 1916 You can get any kind of shoe Vou want at Sutton & McBee's. Dnt fail to come out next Monday at 1 p.m and hear J. C. W. Beckham. Preserving Pears, Grapes, Oranges, Bananas, Apples. . r' r riirf- - rrrirr mr iinmni ir I'lu'iir'-- ' UOUISV'LLE A. N ASH Vt LUC R. R. CO. T ME TABLE. 22 Drummond's Store, We get Fresh Meats three, times a week, always fresh, pdre and wholesome. Drummond's Stose. United States Senator, T.C. W. Beckham will speak in Mt. Ver Ifc-- v . rv V We Show GET VI ncrtn $3:r5 Tas. Landrum, Agent. Oct. 14th and cstb, limited to Oct. Phone No. 8. 2i, 'account Laymen's Forward Movement Congress, Lexington 'nterfd at the Mt Veruon, Ky. Postofiee District M. E. Church. vecond-ciasmail matter. The Sock social at the Masonic Hall last evening was both PERSONAL ptofiable. The enjoyable and Willing SVorkeis realized some V. J. Sparka has deen numbered among the sick for the thing over $33. Cake and ice cream was served. past week. Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Reinke were Senator J. C. W. Beckham will Louisville during the week speak in Mt. Vernon Monday in in attending the Grand opera. the interest of Wilson and the Democratic ticket. Gov. Mc James Maret returned to yesterday, where he re Creary will not be here as formerly announced, Senator sumes duty of road inspector. G. J. Riddle of East Bern-stad- Beckham coming instead. passed through Tuesdav Word reached us this mornenroute to Nicholasville to visit ing announcing the death of Dan his sister. Chenault at his home in Richof Bright's Mis. R.E. Thompson and grand- mond yesterday Crab disease. Mr. Chenault was well Lee of daughter Cora Orchard, were with Mrs. Thomp- known here and had many sons mother, Mrs. V. M Poyn-te- r, friends in this county. Tuesday. J. B. Livesay sold to F. F. Mesdames W. J.' Sparks and Hensley last week a pair of mules Banny Adams are in Middlesboro for 440. These mules were at the bedside of their sister, bought for the Straight Creek Mrs Jones who is very low and Coal Co and were two of the best not expected to live. ones that have gone cut of the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown county in mauy months. spent the week in Louisville. The score stood 29 to 2g in the the Basket Ball game played on Mr. Brown represented local lodge at the Grand lodge the Mt. Varuon grounds last of Kentucky Masons. Saturday between Brodhead and Mrs. J. T. Hackley, of Lincoln Mt. Vernon. Both sides played county, a sister of James Maret. good ball and the score indicates witn two ol her sons, Thomas and that the teams are very evenly Maret, were here Monday to at- matched . tend the funeral of Mrs. Mollie 11& b Win-chej-ie- r, t, 2i nortti "23 south 21 South .... P m non, Monday, October 23rd, at 3:56 a m 1 p.m. n:44 a id L & N EXCURSION RATES 12:13 am Round trip Lexington 5-P Something New Every Day in Things to Wear. IS IT HERE AND YOU KNOW IT a' J' iff" S' A 1 .H A RIGHT. WLOSEDfrfeoTCH UNION SUITS V?S &pF 1 ' KeDOslba -- Kloeed-Krotcfii JX Union. Suit X3gg2iUfrtt lL. HATS -m " ftT dr LEADING HT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, Come to us (or your new hat, and wt guarantee to suit both jour taste and your pockct-bool- c. We have all the new. stylish shapes and shades and oar bats not only look well, but wear well. i) l Mrs. M. L. Myers, entertained A w A y. Improve- on Thursday afternoon with a un sunaay morning, uctooer of the Club forty-tw- o party in compliment to 15th, 1916, the spirit of Mollie Mrs. Rissie Williams West, her Myers Newcomb Maret made its Continued from 1st page. flight "over the river" to "rest! Apple jelly, Miss Emma Taylor, charming house guet, and Mrs. under the shade of the trees'', first; Miss Bessie Sharp, second. Chas. O. Davis, who recently "on thatjbeautifiul shore". One ot Plum jelly Emma Taylor first. moved to this city. WILL BE HELD AT The attractive home on Maple God's noblest women was tailed Tomatoes, Glena Johnson first; street had added be:iuty with home. Her life was spent in ren- Mrs. Thompson, second. dering loving service to her famTomatoes preserves, Mrs. Mat quautitiesof the season's flowers. NEAR BRODHEAD Alter the game a d.slighrful lunch ily, which she ever kept in mind McNew, first. under all conditions and circumHuckle berries, Mrs. Mat Mc- vaa served. Mrs. J.M. Jenkins, Beginning on Saturday, Mrs. Chas. Nelson, Mrs. W. W. stances Her health was not good New first. for many many years, but she Beet pickles, Mrs. W. C. John Clark and Miss. Hazel Myers, 10 o'clock a fought nobly on and nevet shirked son, first; Mrs.M. McNew second. the beautiful daughter of the a duty. On May irth, 1916, she Corn, Mrs. W. C. Johnson, first. home assisted in entertaining. Bro. C. C. Metcalf. The guest were Mrs. Jack Devotional. was stricken by nervous prostraCucumber pickles, Mrs. JohnSermon. Subject, " Baptist Debt to the World," A.J. Pike Mrs. Chas. Strother, Mrs. tion, from which she, was confined son first; Mrs. Boreing second. Cecil Parks, Mrs. Harry Strother, to her bed until relief came when DINNER. Canned beans, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. T. C. Hardesty, Mrs. J. H. the death angel arrived on that rirst. B. H. Hillard i. oo p.m. " Why Have a Training Class," Sunday moruirg and carried her Sweet potatoes, Mrs. Johnson, Hardwick, Mrs. N. A. Whitcomb, J. W. Hilton Mrs. Lucien Beckner, Mrs. J. T. tiredspirit to realms beyond the first. 2:00 p.m. "The Importance of Trained S. S. Teachers, ' Beckner, Miss. Annette Cole, Bros. H. L. Ponder.Lewis and H. E. Jones. skies. Apple butter Mrs. Johnson, New-comMiss Reid Haggard, Mrs. Walter p.m. "Safeguarding Our Baptist Doctrines by 3:00 James Maret and Mollie first; Mrs. Boreing second. Having Trained Teachers," Strode. Mrs. Will Gorden, Mrs daughter of M. P. eldest Peach jelly Mrs. Johnson, first. Ed Albright and Will Sowders. Newcomb, were married on OctoGrape jelly, Mrs Johnson, first. B F.Adcock, Miss Beulah Thomp NIGHT. ber 10th, 1880, in the Christian Bouquet, Miss Ethel Chesnut, son, Miss Olivia Clay Gardner, Mrs. T. M. Bradley, Mrs. H. C. church, Mt Vernon, and have first Miss Nora Shepherd second. " Defense of the Bible," Dave Jackson, of Louisville Nunnelly, Mrs. H. K. Henrv, spent their lives in the old home Brother Jackson is one of the happiest men on earth. Class No. 6. SPEAKING. . Don't fail to hear his defense of the Bible. Maret. town. Muffins, HaUie Proctor, first; Mrs. J. H. Martin, Mrs. T. M. Judge R. G. Williams will speak L Morrow, Mrs. L. T. Marshall, J. J. McCall, of Maretburg, is at Wildie, Thursday, October z6th, Ueside the nusoand, one son, Nora Sheperd, second. Sunday, 10 a.m. The Executive Board. Mrs. Gorden Stephenson, Mrs. Lloyd, and a grandson, John James man. Mr. McCall, a very sick Biscuit, Mrs. Shepherd, first; 1. "It's work," J. W. Hilton p.m., and at Brodhead at 7 Maret, are left to fight life's batJoe Nunnellv, Miss Nannie Bow-deE. B. Thornton 2. '"Need of has had trouble of a cancerous at 1:30 Fannie Riddle, second. same day. Judge WilMrs. Henry Senior, of Mt. "Lack of Pastor's Interest, 3 tles without the love and wise nature for several years. A o'clock the. Pumpkin pie, Mrs.W. Johnson liams can only be in the county counsel of a devoted wife, mother B. H. Hillard and Ed Albright Sterling,; Mrs. J. D. Taylor, Mrs. I few weeks ago he had an opfirst; Mrs, J. Boreing second. the one day and will therefore and grandmother. Sunday Enening, 2 p.m- .- Our Budget. eration performed which is not Apple pie, Mrs. W. C. Johnson, T. G.Barrow, Mrs. G. F. Doyle, make only the two speeches in A. J. Pike and Mrs. Scott Renick. 1. "Its Meaning," Like the bereft husband, his first; Mrs. Boreing second. ' satisfactory. . On last proving the county. B. H. Hillard 2. "Its Advantages," - -- Winchester Sun brothers and sisters, seven in numTuesday he called for Rev. H Yellow cake. Fannie Riddle 3. "The Pastor.s Duty Toward the Budget," has been very little ex- ber, each have lost their life first; Mrs. Johnson, second: There T. Young to come to his home Brother Gooch I & and administer to him the citement along the oil line the partners by death, with the ex White cake, Mrs. J. Proctor, Night Sermon. Subject, "World's Debt to the Baptist," past week. The Cummins well ception of Mrs. J. P. Hackley, of first; Virgie Riddle second. sacred rites of baDtism. F. M. Jones People are about done sowis now down 1050 ,leet with no Lincoln. All the brothers and Ouerv Box and General Discussion. Mollasses cake. Mrs. Boreing, ing wheat, in this section. A LOCAL r new development. It is possible sisters are living, tho scattered first; Mrs. Shepherd second. E ach church is reouested to send messenerer and Sr.oo. large crowd attended thespeak-in- g sold two year- this wel Twill soon be abandoned from Virginia, and Texas to Dr. R. H. Lewis Ginger snaps Nora Shepherd, at Hickory Grove school ling steers last week which and drilling begun at another Alaska. first; Bertha Boreing second. house. Lot of cattle have leen also goiug brought him 121.69. place. Wells are Beautiful services were held at Clrss No. 7. vaccinated here ft r black leg down near Brodhead and in the residence, conducted by the Pillow case, Ethel Chesnut first. alter several have died. Mr. will It its a Clothcraft suit it Scaffold Uane section. Rev. H. T. .Young, in which he Quilt top Mrs. Owens, first; Mrs. and Mrs. Ollie Pritchet, of Stan serve yon faithfully: g Postponed. The. inspection depicted the beauteous and unsel- Boreing second. ford, were visiting Mr. Sam Sutton & McBee. fish life of her who had been called Quilt Mrs. Johnson first, Mrs. Sunday. They came m a tour over the East Dixie High I5 pair Sample Blankets, S3 00 Bullock aecond. Ford of course- .- Mrs. Laura Lear way from Cincinnati to Chatta away. values at $i.;o pair at Elmwood Cemetery now conOLD Counterpane, Mrs.W. H.Proctoi has moved in her new house. nooga, consisting of officials and Drhmmonds' Store. tains another' inhabitant which first: Mrs. Boreing second. Uncle Frank Adams savs he will friends of the road with fifty ' Rug Mrs. Bullock first. and machines, .set to take place this will, ere long, be joined by one get him a Ford in the spring. Largest line of Ladies Suits who, but for the words of the Center piece, Mrs. J. Laswell, Uncle Frank certainly enjoys ridCoats at all prices, ever shown month, has been postponed until year. This decision was Book and the good man who first; Emma Taylor second. vernon. ing in a car, lie says he will get next in Mt. spoke on that dark day, could see t Crocheting Mrs. Johnson first; a car and then get a wife if he Sutton & McBee. reached after a scouting party Table spread Mrs. Laswell first: can get suited. We are afraid of machines were sent over the little reason !or continuing to live Fertilizer: Just received a rcute irom Chattanooga to Cin clock. The burial will take Emma Taylor second. Uncle Frank can't be suited fer cinnati last week, which report place tomorrow at the Brana-macar load of Virginia-Carolin- a Dresser scarf, Mrs. Laswell after refusing to get married for burying ground at Wildie. tilizer which I now have for sale. ed the condition of the high first; Emma Taylor. 5o years. We sympathize with JackHysinger. way had not reached a sufficient Rube Abney, a son of Taylor Mantle cover Emma Taylor. 3fccafcic9fcec3r Henry Parkerson and Charley degree of completion to justify Abney shos and killed Tom Coverlet, Mrs. Johnson, first. Drew. Both their wives have L. T. Stewart of Wildie has the trip. It will be made probaLinville, son ot W. M. Lin-vill- e Class No. 8. very sick for ten days bly in the early spring. been lejt them. Charley Drew has near Scaffold Cane church Best pair chickens Mrs. R. B. His condition is very "serious. been sawing stove' wood aud last Saturday. Stop house the result, of anThe trouble Shepherd first; J. W. Riddle sec- killing rats for A. G. Crider as we go to. press Teddy Did Later: Just old grudge ond. was word comes that Mr Stewart jhis week. Sam Maharg and Best pair turkeys, J. W. Riddle The crowd, estimated at 500 or which has existed for six years. died this morning at 5:30 son Ray, were in Berea last $DCC$DK 3C3eDC3G3 more, including voters of both po- Abney surrnndered and has been first. Saturday evening, in his new Best Calf Basil Boreing first; litical parties, women and child under guasd awaiting examining Henry Ford. Joe Adams has AUTO FOR SALE. who had endured the soaking trial which will be held to day. J. W. Riddle, second. ren, moved to Rev. Green Fish's $ OVERLAND, rain for more tnan an hour," eag- We understand there were several 1916 Model 8 Best colt Jake Hackney first: farm. Several of our men were all around and in first erly waiting to get a glimpse of eye witnesses, yet none of them Edd Owens second. new tires pass pondition. S45O.OO gets it "Teddy", were rewarded only to have made any statement so far Best boy baby under 6 months in Mt. Vernon yesterday to see Roosevelt. J I if taken at once. Write or see see the train which carried him in- as we have been able to learn. old Edd Owens first; Henry Par- families are closel" connect-b- y rett, second. to Louisville rush by at the rate The London Motor Car Co., Ky marriag and are prominent JO . London, Ky. of about forty miles an hour. It Greatest number of entries BOOKKEEPING 3B&.'&. Vfc Bu8lne88,Phonography was a disappointed crowd and people of the East side. Mr. W. C. Johnson. " TYPEWRITING and ? hog, they had a right to be. Mr. RooseTaken UP:One bar or stag FOR SALEf Team four years KA A A S m. TELEGRAPHY COMPLETE LINE weight about 30 lbs. is a sandy velt was not to blame but some-bod- y ORDER TO CALL ELECTION COLLEIE .SMITH BUSINESS Eml.Rl?y. old mare mules, fifteen and one . .i I.MM1.P. CaAa.rclal rll.Mi K. ON STOCK LAW. color, with small black spots Coffins, Caskets and Robes was'and even though this in meroaltllo hm Tears of half hands high, weight o50 Hm Pmlifent business, alsoexceriencerdneating 50,000 40 yean and banking Whereas, a petition was on the 'his body. Has been on special was late, and there was an oung men ana women lorsnccess Mail, Telegraph of TelemrmitT now. IIUdlUB as. smiiii) bcuBtiP, b;. since early in Aug engagement in Lou is villa to be 4th day of September, 1916, filed pounds each. Splendid new harmy premises phone orders Promptly ness and good wagon all goes Owner can have same by piov- - filled, yet the people at the little with the County Court Clerk of DISPONDENCY. Filled for $35o.oo see owner. iner nrooerty and paying for towns along the way where an the county, bigned by more than When you feel discouraged G. H. Roberts. legal and despondent do not give up fee damages and cost of this adv nouncements for stops had been twenty2Jb. 4 voters of voting Pre(Scaffold Cane), iu Ottawa Ky. cinct ' W. I. Dooley but take a dose of Chamberlain's 7- - 3T. 1 more-conOct. . j made, were entitled to Rockcastle county, asking the Tablets and you are almost cerfarm on tain to feel all right within a it is true ready is submission of the question, For SALE:-Sm- all Miss Laura Taylor of Conway, sideration. How to Treat cattle 6r any species there Dixie Highway and of 22 day or two. Despondency is whether entertained a number of her only a man yet those who have of, shall be permitted to run at acres of good corn . for 'sale. very often due to indigestion and Those never seen or heard this noted friends .last Sunday.'. Croup Externally large in said voting precinct. It bilinusness, for which these C. C. were Mr.- - L. G. Cratn, American character, are anxious is now ordered by the court that Bargain if sold at once. present " Salve well Bub Tick's aw G. T. Johnson. 1 tablets are especially valuable. attorn e Miss Mae. Johnson, Mr. Charles to see frim and see just what he a poll be opened in said voting over the tXroat and chest for a few minObtainable everywhere. mt,veenon,ky. Hutchispn, Ky. :. utes theacover with a warm flannel cloth. Collins, Miss Nancy" MeWborter, looks like. People came from Pu- precinct at the next general elecXeae the covering loose around the neclcI w yjm& uuivu.uuuiwi r Strother laski, Lincoln, Jackson and laurel tion to be held in said precinct on Oct. 20.j2t. all of Berea Ky., so that the soothing medicated vapors ar iaV & Bank .ot Mt. vernon, on S,a3rK)131J UOJ some traveling as much the 7th day of November. 1916 H in& may I008611 the choking phlegm and. $? McClure of West Virginia and counties, Shoes &-- for the purpose 01 ascertaining New styles in Walk-Ovn- r fj eawthedifficnltbreathlng. Oneapplica. wv.wv . w Miss Fannie McClure of Conway. as fifteen miles to get a glimpse of the will of the voters of said vot- ,or me. tl()n at bulme insures against a nigno iiun mouu iui wu.u.u. and the failure ing precinct upon said quescion.- attack. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. At druggists. 'PNONE 80 Shoesr Boys and Girls 4 dinner the Bereans fur- the After rJ ' btJTTON (SrMCBRE. happy."'in : will keen them well Zn S. F. BOWMAM, nished some delightful music to see him was a sore disappointLadies hats. Sutton &. McBee. leather at Drummond's Store. ment to them. Clerk Rockcastle County Court. which was greatly enjoyed. callED Farmers' ment The Fifth Sunday Meeting Rockcastle Association UNION RIDGE & Oct 28th m. Mc-Cor- d, b, n, H ATT Ma-har- JONAS McKENZIE THE RELIABLE :3e3338fex3 i$3$3.$ A n Merchandise good line of General , stp$DC: Not Farm Implements 30cx qcGpceepc GRANVILLE OW ENS UNDERTAKER Ex-Presi- dent Brodhead ut - 3,CXX Williams y-at- -l, "Vap-O-Rub- V dOiSV O -- 1 Ex-Preside- ffQ,5wLr. ,u .. '? . . . 19 .il Jh- - $ t-- . "'- - i' jii.- - . i.' 4WaMHra(lBteBei isr 'a.'" t "x,t ,u.. mw- v jr -, r 5'il j. - r"7jwBWi,-is-Trs,4jB- sInU.u rrrcZu y "V 7 -- iw - -. &,5 t i r- -t iwK-i- j.-- t 'i" &$-v:? , -- , ; ; iwMMnriiriitfriWamflWIBMWai 9a FffrrtfjW 0K1II8SI0SJ2IPS SAXE. ROCKCASTLE ClRCfrlS COURT. . ' T.'j, $iemi.v John Overbay, dec'd. vs. ) Admr. of v ) Plaintiff, Commissioners Sale. J Burb Overbay, Lucas Overbay, JULIA O VERB AT, Defendants. fclilMte--- ' I II If tl 11 I lull PLEBBE5JJESijS!B555ir Mii"jj'- In over amUlicwa homes they "know At some time every woman has had her coffee problem "bad coffee, medium coffee, coffee that was never twice the same." "I have been using Arbuckles' Coffee for years. I think it is the only coffee fit to drink." Mrs. A. C. W., Lay, Colo. "We have used Arbuckles Coffee for ten years, and have not yet found its superior or equal." Miss H., Bessemer, Ala. J a A million women have solved the problem by serving Arbuckles'. Get a package of Arbuckles' Coffee today and see why. Everyone likes it. Morning aftermorn-in- g a million men praise it for its fine, full flavor. Women depend on it In all these homes, it helps make break-fast a complete success. Read what a few of these women say: conee- to my recommend buy it all the' time because it is friends. I better coffee." Miss B., Mercer, Ky. - . l . .. .. Arbuckles "The finest cup of coffee I ever tasted!" Like these million other women you can have your husband say this. Isn't that satisfaction "worth a little time and. effort wouldn,t it be worth while even to make a special trip to the grocery store for a package of that fresh, full flavored coffee a million other men are enjoying? Have it tomorrow. He will praise it morning after morning. When you serve Arbuckles you will know why it has solved the coffee problem in over a million homes. 4,I use 35c coffee, and Arbuckles' packages are full ,16 oz.M Arbuckles' because it is stronger than Mrs. V Coldwater, Kans. R. G. Webb and G. S. Griffin, By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August term, 1916, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, October 23rd, being regular County Court day, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty, to wit: One tract of land in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: On the East by the lands of Wm. Owens; on the South by tbe lands of John H. Walton; on the West by the lands of Lee Reynolds, and on the North by the lands of Jane Bales, conor taining about 15 acres, procure the sufficient thereof to the sums of $56.90, $5.00 and $14.20, and the cost of this action. For the purchase price the purchaser muct execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and haviug the: force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S Griffin, Commissioner, Master Rockcastle Circuit Court. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. The Universal Car It is not in the show room or on the broad smooth boulevards where the Ford has proven its worth. It is not to the famed mechanics and chauffeurs that the Ford has shown its superior construction and establised its remarkable and unequalled records, It is out on the bad roads as well as the good, out in the hills and mountains where its reputation has been secured ; driven by just ordinary people. There Is Not a Single Plausible Reason Why You Should Not Buy a Ford. What if your roads are bad ? With a Ford, you can get over them easier, quicker, yes ! cheaper than you can with a horse and buggy They are made to meet adverse road conditions and they do meet them successfully. Over one and a half million Ford Owners will testify to the fact There are hundreds of varieties of coffee grown. To- - get th result you want, the coffee itself must be right. Arbuckles Coffee is. It is put up by Arbuckle Bros., the greatest coffee merchants in the world. They can give you greater value in coffee than anyone else. No wonder Arbuckles is the most pop--, ular coffee in America today! Rockcastle Circuit Court. Plaintiff, Barlow Clark, vs. -- j THE NEW MODEL FORD Better than ever. Stream line Hood, Crown Fenders, Black finish, snappy in appearance and underneath in the everlasting Fprd Vanadium Steel Chassis; strength and durability with service. Always ready in all seasons of the year to deliver all reasonable demands Ever economical, about two cents per mile for operation add maintenance and Ford Service for owners as universal as Ford Cars. Commissioner's Sale. Defendants. Samantha Lunsford, &c, LastTaxNotice Payers of To the ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Meet me or my deputies at the followiug times and places to settle your taxes for 1916: By virture of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the. August term, i916 of the Rockcastle Circuit Court. I will on the the 23rd day of October I916, day, a regular County Court between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. at the front; door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer for sale to the hiShest and best bidder the following described property, to wit: A. tract of land lying on the waters of Brush Creek m the County of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky, and bounded as follows: On the North by the lands of W H. Abney; on the West by the lands of John Anglin; on the South by tbe lands of Wm. Young and on the East by the lands of Bright Chasteen, containing 48- acres. This property will be sold on of six months bearing legal interest from of sale. Purchaser will be required to give a credit Runabout $345 Touring Car $360 F. O. B. DETROIT Sold by LOGAN BRYANT MT. VERNON, KY. CONWAY, ROCKFORD, WILDE, QUAIL, DISPUTANTA, CLIMAX, COOKSBURG, MULLINS STATION, BRODHEAD, PONGO, LEVEL GREEN, LIVINGSTON, ORLANDO, DUDLEY. November Friday, November Saturday, November Saturday, November Tuesday, November Thursday, November Friday, November Saturday, November Saturday, November Tuesday, November Thursday, November Saturday, November Saturday, November Tuesday, November Thursday, 9th 10th 11th JJth 14th 16th 17th J 8th bond, with approved surety." A lein wili be retained on property for the purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G S. Griffin, Commissioner, Master Rockcastle Circuit Court. s COMMISSIONER'S SALE. J Rockcastle Circuit Court. Plaintiff, Ruth McWiluams, vs. VV. 18th 21st 23rd 25th 25th 28th AT THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE ON ALL DAYS. All Poll Tax Payers heretofore who have been released pn account of old age will have to see the County Judge and get an order from $m, as the Fiscal Court has made an order not releasing poll taxes except they have anorder frpm the County judge. All Poll Tax. payers who Ford have no property otjt of which to make a tax will please settle by Dec. Henry would vote forannounced Woodrow that he Those notpaid by that date will be presented to the Fiscal Court ;yil8pn for President. "I'm "for 26th. bora, "pecause ne you to meet me at the above dates or at my Wilson" said interests the "unas delinquent, so Iwill-asis onto the office to settle, as the,cnalty and cost go on Dec. 1st. Also, cost of seen hand'' that seek to control advertising. ' Each year must take care of jitself. I am not able, to Government and is holding them. off isj proven by his refasal to carry any taxes oyer, ao don t let the time slip up on you&nd blame rush1, into war with Mexico sac"Sfel rificing the, lives'of thousands of or me with tnejrxtra costs. voan Americans' to save the to-da- y E. McWilliams, Defeadant. and Commissioner's Sale, ON STOCK LAW. Plaintiff, VVHereas, a petition was on the J. c'plummer, vs. 4th day ot September, 1916, filed W.K McWiluams ) with the County Court Clerk of VDefpudauts. and County, signed by more than Ruth McWilliams ) the twenty legal voters of voting preBy virture of a judgment and cinct' No. 6 (Orlando), in Rockof the Rockcastle Circuit castle county, asking the submis- order rendered at tue August sion df the question, whether cat- Court, 1q16, thereof, in tbe above tle or any species thereof, shall be term, offer for sale at Lpermitted to run at large in said cause, I shall door in Mt. VerIt- is now ord the court house voting precinct. Kj-.Jthe highest and best ered 'by the court that a poll be non. at public auction, on opened in said voting precinct at bidder, October 23rd, lot, Monday, tne next general election 10 oe regular County Court day held in said precinct on the 7th being, said, County,' between the day, of November, 1916. for the tor o'clock a. m. and 3 purpose of ascertaining the will hours ot 9 . m., npona credit of of the voters of said voting pre- o'clock six months, the following decinct upon said question. scribed property to, torwit: S. P. Bowman, One tract Of land, located in Cleik Rockcastle County Court. Kentucky County, Rnr.kfiastle NEJ73NOTES GENERAL Lear Quail, and! bounded as fol- - ORDEE TO CALL ELECTION - - o lows: ' k JPWff" . 3A-V3sf- A e 4 T TV. i J"?!, J.1 ... CAM MULLINS - SVVK- i 17- t . w ' yZ) r 3T'x. i v jt" rr IX 4J T"F ,if 9cru. . j?isjft Beginning' at a black oak corner of J.CiPl.umer and M. J. Craig, iu JQ. Qriffin's line; thence an easterly direction, running with the county road, to a ford of Brask Creek, known as Law's ford; 'thence a westerly direction np the, creek to a stone corner between JA C. .Rummer and. M.. soutaern ai P. Craig; -- rwii iM-- A tract of land in Rockcastle said boundary containing five acres, more or less, or sufficient County, on the waters of Skeggs thereof to produce the sum of i Creek and dascribed a follows: $5q.9o, with legal interest from Bounded on the north by the Dec. 1 I915 until paid; and $2i. 87 lands, of Martha and F. P. Kirby with legal interest from Jan. 26, to on agreed corner stone set 19I6 until paid and the cost of up near three walnuts near the creek; thence east intersecting this action. For the purchase price the; with the old Robertr Langford purchaser must execute bond, line about fifteen steps from the with approved surety, bearing branch; thence with said line legal interest from day of" sale back rwith Frank Kirby's 50 acre until paid and having the force survey to a stake; thence with and effect of a judgment. Bid said line to a poplar corner; ders will be prepared to comply thence sontk to two oaks and a poplar corner between the lines promptly with these term's. of said Langford and) Kirby; G. S. Griffin. thence with' said line to the M. C, Rockcastle Cir. Court. preek. thai beginning cojrjer, conCQMMISSIONEB'S SALE. taining 10 acres, more or, less, or Rockcastle circuit Coukt. sufficient thereof to, producg the spin of 3S4 nd the lufthej: PUintlff, M. J.'Millkr, sumbjf 65.B2,"4i.2 aad $39.16 vs. Commissioner's, Sale. and the. pout of this action. Thos. xrby, ' For the purchase prjee the Aarn. 01 j.u.itiRBY, Kuereuaania. purchaser eepvjte bpnd bearing e. of a judgment and with approved surety, By virtu i order of sale of tbe 'Rockcastle flegal 'interest from day of sale having the force Circuit Court, rendered at the Untif paid; and e&ecc of a judgment. Bid August term thereof, :qI0, In the to comply aboye cause I shaft offer for der wul be prepared tgrma. pipmptly with: theje sale at the court house door in G. S. Griffon, Mt. Vernon, gy., to the highest Majter Commissioner, and" best bidder at public auc. Rockcastle. Circuit Court. tion, on Monday, October 23. 19316, being the first day of a I RENT kBNT RENT REST or tne rocKcastie R ?W$ C .second floor JR. regular term County Court, between the tiouis E Paul Griffin Baiiajag N Appljr side eatriuce N of 11 ' a. m. ard 3 p. m. upon a T Pinkerto. after 6 paa T fol- creditj of six months, the - i aut ad i! -- - ... '' RENT RENT RENT BNT LKiJ- -- i U - eial.fcai2 -- S