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COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY j NUMBER 33 on this crop subject and have the m innpr f pass the word on so we may HW- - tU .irvt umse ill v.oowav. avert - You Needn't Be a Millionaire &9 necessarily imply spending more than you can afford. Of course you can pay a lot for clothes if you want to, but why pay for more value than you actually get? Dressing well doesn't man and does the business. B. T. Young is conducti-- g a successful produce house on West Boone Wav. The Rockcastle Milling Co., under the charge of our good old frieud John Riddle assisted by other Riddles, is doing a nice business and deserve to do so, they are mighty good people. Brodbead is the home of Tony Brooks(who is usually in charge of a floating can on railroad. i If uuj :., uue iu uie counties .Dest. is men. Talk to your neighbor seno?. sly clubs become permanent, We've always macle it a point to put in the things that are highest in quality and most reasonable in price. In men's clothes, for example. What better can be had than Cloth' craft at $10 to $20 and Hart Schaff-n- er & Marx $20 to4$3o It's the same all the way down the line. Shirts, hats, socks, collars, underwear thing you buy here is bound to please because ynu feel that it is vorth every cent you pay for it. --every Our new Spring styles are awaiting your approval. SUTTON & McBEE Mt. Vernon, Ky. THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE IN THIS TOWN OUR-NHIGHB- OR BRODHEAD " I. M. ' Brodhead, 50 ye - ago (18157). on There wa M anv such a By 1 y the Kentucky map; tlio there was lg house on a spot s me four hundred yard; north west of where th- - depot n w s ands in by D ick that live town, occuoi-The writer drove Woody rd. thru, over the Wilderness road, fr m Mt Vernon to Crab Or chard in the above year Thij raiiro.d was being graded at that time. Boone's AMI church was fl.uriihing then, it was located about one third of a .mile from Deck's river on the Wilderness pid toward Mi. Vernon,. Later on- plie inovtd to Brod-het- l two story, aul tie n trstonc, building was dismantled an was no more. The writer Suggests that a memorial marker be erected at the spot sro wing the locatiou of this famous old church. Just 5O years after bis first trip over this route, in a buggy, the writer took a spin, in the blgnal Editors Ford, over the 1 ly died at Silver Creek where he ha len fgent U2arly io jears. Larkiu Hicks the oldest ciii zen of Biodhaad came to that plaee in 174 No other citizen is living there today who was thete in that year, with the exception of our good friend Jeremiah G Frith who kxated there near about that time and has grown up with the town James W. Tate arrived nn the groun-lin May 1877 from Garrard county and has been one of the town fix tures sinoe that time in its upbuilding. David Hurt, one of the writer's boyhood companions anJ playmates came to Brodhead in 875 and was section foreman for the larger number 'f those ears. This splendid man and citizen died on tft of January last, the the writer did not learn of it un til his trip to Brodhead last Mon day It was indeed a shock to, hear of bis taking off. 1 1 Boone Wav, from Mt Vernou to Brodhead the station which re ceived us name from a conrnctor who was engaged in the construction et the railroad. While it, is known the h'ghwav is not yet ma cadamised, a well graded roadbed is found between the above points, having sp e did concrete bridges ani culverts. h O Paris was the first railroad agent at Brodhead. He late At the post office we found Dannie Owens holding the .mails assisted by Miss Reca Brooits. Dannie was a little disturbed over the loss of his American flag. Said he thought some Ger man sympathizer had hogged it J. R. Cass was found at depot. By the way that depot is not exceeded in plans and convenient arrangements by any station on the L. & N., city or communities. Since the new depot and platform was erected it seems that has drifted mostly to west side of track and along Boone bu-iness Way street. R. H. Bamm who, did business are mighty proad of th ir bink and its management. W. E Gravely s general mer Brodhead's drug store, J F. Watson, proprietor is now loot chandise establishment is found edin the Jim Albright ;tore hou.-.- one door west of the bmk. This building on east side of track. establishment evidently gets it Sbafer & Roberts occupy the shire of the pat.onage Wallin's barber sh p is one Dick Martin storeh use at the end of the bridge. They carry door east of post office, next to railrqad. This is a clean sani a line of general merchandise y. H. Sowder's stjre. is nst ary shop and gets a fine run el qn west side of track, on Boone custom wh.ch it deserves. Way, Wll is just as clever and The store nearest Crab Or friendly as ever. chard is th it of John renins, the A. F .Albright's store is just efficient and faithful Signal re access the street, where Ed can, porter. It is lcoated on the lot be found by his uurneraqs friends where the old Cherry storehou e and custQtners at nearly all hours burned some time ago. Mr. Hob ins has a nice clean stock of gen dishing out the goods. al merchandise aud his host of Next door is the business house friends are giving him a deserv of the late J. M.Adams. The ed patronage. store is being continued by his Mrs. D. B Albright has charge widow. W. J. Owens, chief clerk of the Frith Hotel and is "Chuck Fritb," sometimes ing a splendid hostlery. conduct known as "C. H."and at others Mrs. M. usthi "oil king" is an egg and ning theJ.lunchClark is still run h,u-which she produce buyer. Old hams, just has so successfully conducted for lots of them, were banging from the ceiling et his warehouse. We a number of years. J. T Lawrence is orenarinc tn failed to persuade him to allow as to remain with the hams while Njpen up a store one west of he went to depot to do some bill R H. Hamm's place of business iug May be he had a "suspicion. ' ' Hamp Reynolds and Candy Jim Some people are that way you swells are me blacksmiths and know. Queer. they usually keep their anOwenCans does second trick work vils ringing(whether work is goand Charlie Hurt third at depot. ing on or not). They are both splendid and ac Walter Smith is the garage e e-e j for years next door to Frith Hotel is one of the movers to west side He is splendidly located in a new building just opposite Citizens bunk and is catching his pin of the trade. The editor and "J M." are indebted to "Teed" for pies ents in the way of an American flag button, each. comodating business bjys. Next up tfie street from'Chucks stand is the Citizens Bank, pre sided over by that sterling cashier A. M Hi itt with Mis Miranda Tate assistant. Brodhead an surrounding territory's people, dr Rood in W himself a comm.tt e of mm to ways of better cultivation, in'ro- push this movementCounty Chairman Dr. M. Penn-- duction of better grades of stok ington has designated every citi a,,d poultry, fertilization etc. men, boys, women and girls teresiing articles on the value of of our county a member of the community clubs and whn has Rockcastle Patriotic Leagve and been do e by them in Ro;kcastle hopes and requests each and..i n the Signal often in avery one wi.l be working mem- mc luiuie. bers. A branch of the League was DON T LET YOUR CO JGH organized at Disputanta last HANG QN Wednesday with Hardin Moore Brodhead has the credit of es A cough th a racks and weak- as chairman and the executive tabhshing the first graded school in Rockcastle The fact is that ens dangerous, it undermines committee as follows: VV. M.Bir- she is always in the forefront in your health and thrives on neg nett, Jones Durlnm, R.L Pavne. establishing and pushing enter lect. Relieve it at once with Dr. Riclnrd Moore, H. M. Mink and King's New Discovery. Thi - Tom M ulhns prises for the general good. Brodhead held its meeting on The frieudly rivalry existing soothing balsam letnelv heals the throat, looaens the phlexsa, its Saturday aftern xn last and placbetween Brodhead and the county seat, in business and other affairs antisepMc properties kill the ed A. M. Hunt as chairman anJ the cold is qaickljr named the executive committee, is p tched on a differant plane to germ broken up CbiXfreti and grown Osrar Hauim, Guy Roberts, J. W. what it was a few years since. There was a time when jealousies ups alike tind Dr. King's New doore. C. C. Meteaif, Logan HasDiscovery pleasant to take as ty, Sana Chandler. and bickerings were indulged in well as effective. Have a bottle between some of the boys of the It is expected that two places, but happdy they handy in your medic. tie chet for will call meetings at gripjie, croup and- - all bronchial h.s learned that such things ''never nearest sehxl ,house and get got them anywhere, "they chang affections. At druggists, oOc. m touch with all the farmers, ened front and use that which is ROCKCASTLE PATRIOTIG couraging ahem to push things more popular and profitable 'reci with a vim this season. LEAGUE. procity," and tind it a greater as Executive Dommitteemen will To the end that our county set than following, the old line of recieve due notice of date of proshould doits bit duiing these posed proceed u re. meeting at Mt. Vernon. Brodhead and its citizens are a perilous times Ml organization of Farmers desiring bulletins on live pushing, patriotic and pro our people is being male, to be suoject of corn, wh.at, rye, ea's, known as the Rockcastle Patriot gressive people. gardens, live stock etc, should ic League. Its object being to address County Agent, Berea, State of Ohio, City et Toledo, get everyone interested in the Ky. These will be gladly furquestion of putting in and culti Lucas County, s. Frank J. Cheney makes oath vating larger crops and garaens, nished free of charge. that he is senior partner of the the raising of live stock and poulPROPER FOOD FOR WEAK firm of F J. Cheney & Co , do try, and the practice of economy STOMACHS. ing business in the city of To ledo. County and State aforesaid, in all food products and everyThe proper food for one man nd that said firm will pay the thing pertaining to the susten may be all wrong for another. sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL auce of life and its comforts. To tivery one should adopt a diet LARS for each and every case of work, preserve and SAVE s has suited to his age and occupation, rimse who have weak sumachs Catarrh that catiuot be cured by never been practiced before. tired l be especially caretul and the use of HALL'S CATARRH After the Jpatriotic meeting .hould eat slowly anJ masticate MEDICINE. FRANC CHENEY. Sworn to before me and sub- hekLst Mt. Vernon on iy4 April their food thoroughly. It is also scribed in my presence, this 6ih a Central Executive Committee important that they keep their Vhen they bewas named for the purpose of or- bowels regular. day of December, A. D. 18S6. come cont'ited or when they A W. Gleason. ganizing two branches of Leagues (Seal) Notary Public. iu each Magisterial dis irict with feel dull and stupid after eating, they slnuld take (mberlain s Hall s Catarrh Medicine is ta county with Dr. .VI Penn Tablets to strengthen the stomken internally and avts through in the the Blood on the Mucous Surf- ington, Chairman, Tlr A. G Lov ach aud move the bowels They are easy to taue and pleasant in ace-; of the System. Send ter ell vice chair man ami Jnr.es Mar-et- , effect. testimonials free. secretary, R F. Spence. oi F. T Chenev & Co ". TnlHn Berei) Field Ageni. rOhio. O. ganizitio:s have been made Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall s Family Pills for enstipa at Livingston, Disputanta, Con The Baptist fifth Sunday meet tion. way, Orlanda, Cove, B rod heal ng was neld at Poplar Grove and other points and it is desired lat Sunday was largely attendto get all the districts fully or ed and tbev are to he congratuganiztd by middle of next week lated on the able speakers they had Judge Balhrd U. and to push the good wcik along. Cummins were down and J. Mt. from This is one of the most imporernon the latter part of la-- t tant moves started in our county weeK Born to the wife of O J. Mullins on the 2lst, a boy and Chairman C. C. Williams of since the talk of war began. a girl, the boy was buried the Magisterial district No. 2. (West County Agent Spence, who will same day. The girl and mother Mt Vernon) held a meeting: at act in connection with his govern are doing nicety. R. L. Brown Jove school Jhou.se and organized tuent work, as field agent for come up from Somerset Sunday he workers County Chairman our League and will prove a and spent the day with his Or. M. Pennington and secretary -most valuable acquisition to the mother. Miss Ida Pearl Sowder were on hands. The following of Etna, is with her grand par ranks He has been been work- euts, Mr. and Mrs A.C- Sowder. Jistrict executive Comtnitte were ing in the harness along these Some of the farmers are thru lected Louis .McGuire, W. C ines, in a portion of this count planting corn some are not ready Johnson, Jesse Fish, G. C Fish, for past three years' and what be to plant, but it seems that most and S. P. Caudle. There were has accomplished in the work is a everyone is trying to raise all possible more than a hundred interested Mrs M. E. Burton big surprise to everyone learning spent from Friday until Suuday people preseut all of whom prom ised to work enthusiastically in of what has been done by this with her parents at Elrod Otto me iarming cause. The next untiring representative of Uncle aud Charley Brown spent Saturday night with their cousins meeting will be held at Langford Sam. school house on Monday night In organizing branches of the Mr. and Mrs. W E Anderson E. B Thompson has returued May 8th, ?:3o. Wildie Tuesday night, Conway, Wednesday night, league each district or division from a short vi-- it in luduna. and Maple Grove, Thursday will have a chairman and five ex Mia Ruth Brown is visiting her niiihl of same week. Every- ecutive Committeemen, so ar daughter, Mrs. Joe Major, at body invited and requested to ranged as to cover the various Bandy Master Woodrow Mulcome. lins is visiting nis uucle, Mar-cuportions of their district The Vanhook at Oca la. Mr. and District Chairmen are request duty of these, and all other mem M rs Geo. Bray and children, ed to hold meetings in various bers is to preach agriculture and spent Saturday night with her portions of their terr it ry during do a good part of the 'work them- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. the coming and following weeks Thompson Mrs. W. H Brown This is highly important be- selves. Consult with vour oreachfore it is too late to get out full er, , have him mention Ah Work I . . . win her sons, W. J. and Edd at and bigger crops. in 111s sermous auu lain 10 me Willailla. H. H Randolph is a There is great interest in the people, visit neighbors encour- - frequent visltor at Level Green Patriotic League movement thru age them to increase their crops since a certain school ma'am has out the country. and refuse to sell any brood sows returned home. Wm. H. Brown Rockcastle was among the first mares or ewes to go out of the Was in Mt- - Vernon Monda. to start county and district or Mrs. W. F. DeBord is very cou 3 ' ganizations along this line. sick. It is thought that sh- The county agent will spend bas tuberculosis. - Mrs. Henry All farmers, in fact everyone two thirds of his tima la this Todd spent Monday with her in our county should take a Der- sonal interest in this the most lm county aiding and' assisting in sister. Mrs. Eugene McWilliama portant question now before the this great work. As soon as the a Bandy. m country. It is war times and no five magisterial districts have one can predict what is before us, been organized a meeting will be FOR YOURcHrLD'S COU'JH probably actual hunger if every held at Mt. Vernon m which the Here's a pleasant cougu syrup one doesn't do his full dutv in at every child likes to take, Dr. and five members of chairman working and to waste nothing. K' s, Pme If your Rockcastle should raise enough executive committee of each dis- 'ias a deep hacWng cough to supply her own needs or she trictare expected to be present 22? w rnes may possibly suffer for the reason for consultaion. Information Bells 1 ne Tar Hon?y?the5l: that the great demand for soldiers and advice will be given to tbem ing pie balsams reVea cough may cause such a scarcity that i!ie phlegm and heals prices may become prohibiuve, as to best manner of procedure the irritated tshues. Get a bottle in the work. followed by suoh times as we. have never experienced before. II ia wggested teat later these !' 5 druisit 1 hunger. - disaster andshould consider tLvery citizen V .. - after -a- -l. JVe. T" l lando, " "i"ll Disputanta etc., which yi Iu-ze- "PI" j a-- d rh "om-mitteema- n -- 1 LEVELGREEN ROCKCASTLE PATRIOTIC LEAGUE - - hllrJ! j - ' y. j Tar-Hene- ( )ns Ut PiiINf SHOWS THHOUGH NtT.VEfiNON SIONAL w- Harrisrtil; bf r - 3 win Railway systeth, SotlgH sung by VkJ Tate's On the first Sundav in May TOTrs Dan M. Fonder, who has hair man of the American Kail-wa- songsters was a great hit and bt e.i on the sick list for the last year, we had a million peop'e FktDAV, K a 4, 9i7 Association special Commit itl)ed out much applause. These past few weeks is improving in the Sunday schools of the stitte fee of riatLnal Defense, has in. parodies were perpetrated by that After we have had such a nice We should go far bey nd the m next Sundav. Kentucky is structed B. H. Todd, of the Louis vers ;tile Vick who is ever ready rain, everybody is beginning to Pub Its hi. d ever Friday by way, plowing teaching this big idea to the othe' ville office, to make known to all a itii the go ds in auv enterprise farm in the good old EDGAR S ALBRIGHT. and states and She cm tach it b at and planting corn, veg citiaons the danger of trespassing ter the yoo.l of his murrry in everything good to tables,Mis. bv doin it hotter each year. eat $I.O upou railway property. cluding schools, churches and Sain 0BS:HlPTtoW OH8 YKA.R Miller and children, et Ties old v'ointnorwealth should Middles hore, art visiting relatives have one million, two hundred "Tresspassing upon railway patriotism. Sons and of 'his plae this week. Mr. and aid fifty thousand The pupils of the graded school, Advertising rates maue known en property is at all times a perilous, Mrs. Bradley .Robinson have re daughters in Sunday school on praclic , but it involves an even under marching orders and application turned home from several week the sixth of May. Rockcastle greater hazard for the tressp sse of Prof. Lvons and his visit with the latter's pirent-- -- ear should have some people i Sun uow," President Harrison sod able COt P et teachers went thru Bi indie Ridge. Sunday school is dav school that have never been MKMBFR OF "It has become necessary to plao the exercises with flying colors, progtrssing nicely at Red Hill there before; some of these peo-elICMNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION will come agaiv at d if you armed guards a", stragetic points idding gieatly to th enpyment Good attendance. Mrs. Howard and sister. Mrs Miller, of Mid take them, that dav's work will to prevent possible interference to the occasion. dlesb'-ro- , isiied Mrs Will Fonder have a living monument. If you with the country's transportation V.A11 the speauers di fall justice Sunday n ght. There will he are loyal to the state that gives facilities through the depreda to their subjects. service at lied Hill, Sunday, May you a home and want to see H"i 6lh, conducted by Revs Parker a better state go to some Sunday tions of enemy agents, and tht Never was a better conducted and Ponder Miss Grace D Bui school and take some one with himself to tht man who subjects affair took place in our town. is on the sick lst this week you. lo.k peril of being shot. Guards cat Misses Martha and a number have foresworn the How. rd Lulie Fonderand Fiankie Foil Sale: One Jersey cow, not attord to take any chances and Fran ANNOUNCEMENTS. Unfortunate occurrences can bt use of intoxicants during the war. cis Miller, were the guests et coming 4 years old, giving milk. We are authorized to announce the avoided if citizens who have no Now don for goodness sake, any May belle and OUie Bullock, Sun A. E Albright, followiur persons as candidates for the of you harbor a suspicion that day p m Mrs. J M French nd Brodhead, Ky. respective offiit in Rockcastle county, business on railway property wil visiting subject to the primary elec- keep off It is especially imp r tny of these good citizens hope baby are this week Mrs Minnie Tomatoes I80 per can. Vl.-Hulioek John tion in August, 1917: tant that pedestrians who hv for an early ending of hostilities. MoDaniel and children were the U. O. Bakkk & Son. MIR 4UD(iF, be fair been accustomed to walirg th It wouldn't guests of Mrs Mobeily, Sunday Cam Mu Hi ns. of Mt. Vernon. Ky. It is the intention for all the eveninir. Born to the wife of G. M. Balhird, of Ml. Vernon. Ky. tracks rather than ihe pubm county clubs to work together Rev H. L- Fonder, a fine girl. FOR UUUMH ATTORNEY. highways should recognize tin Also a tine girl to Mrs Dannie E R. Oentry. of Mt. Vernon, Ky. added dauger and understand that ind thru the Central Club at Mt. Bond, christened Nellie Mae E. B. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. a man performs a patriotic ser Vernon. The terrible fire which burned up FOR SHEIUFF. County Agent Spence is prov and destroyed several farmers vice by avoiding it." Tip Langford, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. ing a valuable asset to th coun- ferces last week, was finally put L. G. Clark, of Orlando. Ky. Some of our patriots are per ties to which the govern meat has down by the rain, which was so fectly willing to wave flags ano MUs Berthankfully received FOR COUNTY COURT CLKKK. tha Robinson, who was sick last urge young men to enlist, bu' assigr ed him. J, B. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Farmers desiring information week, was able to attend Sunday S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. when it comes to digging in tin Born to Mrs Stevtn on any farm or stock problem school James Proctor, of Orlando, Ky. Vears dirt raising potatoes, that is should see or address K F fionige, a fine girl, christ tied WELi FOR JAILER. Well another proposition. t,dna. The three small sons el "Little" Tom Taylor, of Mt Vern n.Ky. Spence, county agent Berea. Ni Eddie Robertson, visited their Lo'ue Sowder. of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Berlin denies the Englis cost to you. e oUsins, Homer and Herman Bui G. W. Decker, of Cedar ville, Ky. forces have made any gains, but Mr and lock, Saturday night. A Patriotic League was organJ. is. Southards, of Tine Hill, Ky. Berlin's denial experts have in ifc ized at a meeting at Disputanta vlrs.W E Mullm delightfully en Frank Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Frida past shown more efficiency thai rue-da- y R. B. Shephard. of Orlando, Ky. nighl County agent ertainedho e theevening, at theii young folks of 011 n try J. V. Chasteen. of Johnetta, Ky. capacity for truihfuiness. Spenee assisted in the work. ' ullins with a Vei pleasant party. J. L. Arnold, of Livingston. Ky. One of the speakers dwelt upoi in honor of Mr. Mullins sister Jas. Winstead, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. One farmer, in Woodford coun Miss l ra, who is spending vaca S. A. Drew, of Burr. Ky. ty will plant 250 acres in corn. the importance of saving every- tion here with home foks from 2 I'AfW Harry Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. He is plowing his ground with a thing. Waste nothing, a biscuit busiues- - college, Covington, Ky. tractor; running night and day or an ounce of meat should not Those enjo iaj the evening were: FOR SUPT. OF SCHOOLS. MATERIALS OF SUPERIOR be thrown into the slop tub Misse- - Dma, iSallie, Ada, Edyth Mre. Alice Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky QUALITY COMBINED WITH The great importance of sav Time, money and all com mod and Lil ie Mullins Nai eye Br V. R. Dickerson, of Livingston, Ky PtRFi-.TAILOR INC MAKE ett. Frances and El zabeth Cum "SHI At BRAND" CLOTHING ing is being forcibly imprtsse( ties should be conserved. FOR UOUNTV SURVEYOR. THE M06T POPULAR LINE nins and Louvenia Bellinger. Rev. Win. M. Durham. Johnetta, Ky. ujxm our people by the continued ODAY vlts rs Vict r Piicr, Hill Owciis, THE NEW CLEAR AWAY THE WASTl increased high cost of living. FOR MAGISTRATE, Hobart, Chester, NOW ON DISPLAY tl .Otis, Bowel regularity is the secret I N"S HI AND'XLOTHINC First District, s'ill Casper Mullins, Cloyd A woman can never understana of good health, bright eyes, cleat W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vei non, Ky. FOR MEN ARE THE BEST Cummins, To and Henry Baker. how it is possible for a smart .omplexion, and Dr. King's New MODELS WE HAVE EVER HAD. gp Fourth District. DROP IN AND SEE THEM man like her husband to get th Life Pills are a mild and gentle of Livingston, Ky. G. W. Murphy, laxative that regulates the bowe s Graded School Notes I IT WILL BE A PLEASURE sbott end of it in a law suit. FOR CONSTABLE, and relieves the congested intes TO SHOW YOU Fikst District, tmes by removing the accumulat Roll ter April. Mar Whkn women are paid wages J. A. Jones, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. E. GRAVELY ed wastes without griping Take 1st trade -- Eva McClure; Estill that will enable them to support a pill before retiring and that FOR REPRESENTATIVE Brodhead, Ky. Mullins; Austin Spar':s Durham I husbands in luxury the millen heavy head, that dull spring fevei ei 71st Legislative District, -- Nina Cox; Ma tie 2nd grade Get Dr feeling disappears nium will be at hand. Laurel and Rockcastle. Winstead. ing's New Life Fills at your R c loyd, of laurel County. John oth grade Geneve CX; Mar Farm boys are quickest to join druggist, 25c garet Bryanl; Alviu inffiu. London Times published the army, say recruiting men -The AIEaAS tfONDER lUih g.ade B rim Webb; Mag a few days ago the story that the But most of the patriotic noise gie Lives. German dead are stripped. bound comes from the cities. Honok Roll. in bundles of four, with iron wire 1st grade Mamie Bryant; Jr. One seldom sees a woman on hauled to waiting railroad trains vine Harper; Mabel Baker; the street without a shopping Mynle C01 der; Mary Catnerine and shipped to a reducing plant. na. That might be sufficient Oldham; Jritnes Coleman: Earl where the fat and oils arefji ecov warning to bachelors. T"HE Texas Wonder oures kidney in Coffey. bladder trou'iles, dissolves gravel, cure for chemical uses, includ ered and lame bucks, rfceuuw diabetes, 2nd grade Ronnie Cummins; an ini and all irregularities of the kidneys so ing the making of explosives When a woman says her hus lai'.der in 1k' li men and women. If not Edna Pioctor; Gladys Ping: : your dranist. will be sent by mail on r the bones are ground for fertiliz band is perfection it is a sat ipt of Si. One small bottle is two mouth, iJara Traub; Lena Sowders; 2 reatment and s!loni ils to perfect cur er and pig feed. To many per oet that she hasn't been married ;end ter testimonials t';:from this anda oth Mamie Sowder-- ; Reva Perciful; States. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2326 Olie Stru. sons the tale was incredible; a thiee weeks. EstJh- cheek su Louis, fie 'So'-- ' '.- - '""rsist.-.- . Adv 3rd grade -- VA'dlie Cheek; Jack mere column of horror to enter Fish; Rissie ; Grace Bry The County Board of Education Nobody can tell what a baby'.--, tain the idle leader or vent Brit ant will meet on Ma- 7, 1917. at Sun ish spleen against the Germans going to re till it gets whiskers 4th grade Nellie Cox; Walter A The Times now comes forward Some of them are enigmas even erintendent's office, for the purin use forever 40years! A Bradle; Ella Mae Sowder. pose of receiving . bids on Sihool story of the i hen . with a more detailed Thousands of voluntary A grade Hartford Taylor; A ath buildings in the following dis intensive treatmentof the German A A Nellie DeBorc; Cecil Fergur- - Ky letters from women, tell- Do your trading with home tricts: end that the Em soldier, to the V ing of the good Cardui son; 1 il ian Cox: Shady Mc D.strici No. 58, near Brodhead. pi re may profit by using him af merchants. dure; Roscoe Adams. A has done them. This is Chestnut Grove. ter be is killed as well as while A the best proof of the V2lue A 6th gr de Lillie Mullins;fireca NOTES. District No. 81, near Conway he is alive. In substantiation y A ofCarciui. It proves that A Hysingr; Amanda District No. 80, ou State road, The following notes of the Mt. Gem an papers are quoted, and Mc. 1. re; Itu Meadows; Lillian A Cardui is a good medicine Griffin the storv as it now appears seem Vernon Patriotic Meeting held near Cooksburg. All houses to be 24x30 ft , with as well authenticated as am last Monday week were crowded Bertha DeBord; Ay 7th grade AL There are no harmful or Hazel Pirn tt; Maude Adams; could out of last issue for the want of ceiling 10 ft high, except the chtouicle of alleged facts M rgaret Spaiks; F.verett Bryhouse in District No. 81, is to be space. be: Courier Journal. Griffin; Lorene ant; Grace joined to the other Mullins; PI ;ra Brown; Fay McIt was a great day, long to be 18x20 and school building. Other bids may The Texas Coaster, of Rich remembered. A ingredients, with no bad yM Clure mend, Texas, exonerates and jus be let on the same dav All bids 8th gride -- Rosa Gentry; An ym Every speaker was roundly to be accompanied by a bond of titiea the Kentucky editor who re nrtte Cox; Ruby Cooper; Ri.-si-e s ceived the following communica cheered. $250, to tvmai.i in force six hamse; billie Owe. s; Tulla TAKE rScew; Edith Adams The little marchers of the kin m mths after house is conn leted. tion. for having sworn a few 9 h gr;de -- Add e Smith; lulian size was a touching Phis is t kjnaran'ee material and swears to rt lieve the tension: Milur; v Hiian Kincud; Arthur workmanship iif cnil'i.g and roof "Dear Kditor: Please send me demonstration. Cooper; Virginia Crawford, 11 buildings a few copies of the pap?r containMiss Stea't's g rls of the to be let to the low loth grade Onto Silvers; Willie ing the obituary of my aunt. a. Memorial school in i rebel like vet est aud best bidder, the said Da is; join Albright so publish the enclosed clippings erans and sang pleasingly and Board of Education reserving the nth grade Veina Welch;Ma:y The Woman's Tonic Langfo d; Ella Mae McKenzu; of the marriage of mv niece, who with patriotic ferv r right to rejei f any bid not satisRuth Landmm; Sidi.ey Craw-forlives in Lebanon. And I wish W. J. Sparks was a warm and factory. You can rely on Cardui. T Surely it will do for you you would mention in your local enthusiastic chairmat . J. O. 12th grade- - Bertha Lilt n; what it has done for so column,, if it does not cost any Ruial Supervisor et Schools, One and possibly two, branches Emma Tavlor; Cecilia Walton; many thousands of other thing, that I have two bull calves of Patriotic Leagues will he organ Rockc stle County. Rmh Litton women! It sjiould help. m W " As my subscription is i zed in each Magisteri il dNiiict for sale. Thursday May 17, 7:00 P M. "( was taken sick, Exercises by grades. out please stop my paper. Times in the county. GET FID OF YOUR seemed to be . . ," :oo AM KHr;UMATlb.vi. Sunday, May writes Mrs. Mary E. Veste, are too bad to waste money on A. M Hiatt Brodh ad will be of Madison Heights, Va. Now is the t me to get rid of (Christian C'hurch)-Bacalaure- ae Campbellsville Newspapers .'' " get down so weak, A P- Lyon of Brodnead Le gur vout rheumatism ermon Dr chairman You will find (Kv.)New-!otima- l. Monday. May 21, 7;3o P. M. could hardly walk , . , when organized. Cham''lain's liniment a ureat Senior i'liiy just staggered around. which it affords p. There are a good many people G. S. Griffin will be churman he alone Ihe r lit fmany times its T11 sdiy, Mav 22,-- 230 P. M , , , I read of Cardui, worth is ! would of the Livingston branch. generously rffer to who and after taking one bot8th v ide Commencement cost tle, or before taking quite :3'J P. M Commencement run gardens if seed and garden Mr. Spence suggested that the much better. ! by Dr. J. L. Llark. V all, I felt or 4 bottles at land farmers time is too precious to tools were furnished, the took 3 Delivering of Diplomas. plowed and spaded, the weeds waste upou those running for ofthat time, and was able to 120 were neither tardy or ab Bsmmkept out and the crops harvested fice and that when a candidate do my work. I take it in sent during A pril. Hope to make the spring when runfor them. called upon them in the fields, to it 200 for May. down. I had no appetite, hand them a hoe and say. "foland I commenced eating. of the tferiin papers insists low One me' and just keep moving. It is the best tonic I ever America's entrance into the war The candidate, he says, should aw." Try Cardui. WINSTEAD, JAS will hasten eace, and for once a show his faith and friendship by For Jailer, German paper is correct though his works If this rule is adherFor Infants and Children All Druggists Respecfu'ly asks your snpport. mav be faulty. the reasons o"-J. TO Years ed to it will cause the destruction In Use For Over 30 Always bears PKEACHEire and Jiiinc'ay school of tons et wee.ls before August the 4th, the dte et the primary elec FOR FLETCHER'S Signature of teacheis can be of rw r vice tl a in rmtriotic League work. rtesident Fairfax The parody ort Jtohie of the war the Southern G gMlg ofi AULEY GO-TO-KU- N DAY-SCHOO- L DAY -- ? 3 as 99 I " 9 g?f9 li.irn. ar other U lit, or reinixlel viiii'' I'ltiolil., lIlMi't teliiiOA the When You Build hue, .,(! tlllt i.lll ett yttlll' man-agme- LUMBER and otkvr Iniililiug inateri.tl frotn us at the a west Prices. J s 1 e OUR YARD Is heaihinaners for I I Fl'.riiir. Ceiling, Siding, I -- ornice. Sheathing, i jiionsion Lutnlier. Ihnns, S.ish, IJoofing. Rot, ring Paint. Iiuilling Paper, and ail kinds of Building Material, t'urnishetl. tes S. T.Ml PROCTOR VKRNN, KY. s. 'Phone 52 - I M 1 I p qt t t m Tits Ji Hardware of f he Rigrhf Serf ZISXSZCE$ r,in alr7: rv Dt found at our r store. Our 1 r. - vx -. . KtJMlJiiUtl!' wrr' A ;. " f . ;i u&3c r 1? 1 cv f -- z. c- N -i a at stock comprises all tint is best in mod e r n Hardware for 'I x t,. vw c i a nousenoia use and all that he nie- t'h:iu!l il' tl'.'ii leln.'i II nIXt t A t ( . Dcrzxr this line hir prirea nre alaaM rieht ai.d proper. .I "li'l IUI IIHU ;j illi'Ui DE-jIG- B-b- , a-u- l ELD-B- c. c. Mt, Vernon, 11 cox 0 Ky. N Oooosite Court House M JtSUZKE BBRa""aBaaBBBBa . ' r 1 v.t-a- fXior K WTW r 1$' l IW iJailS l J When once you have tried refinishing your floors, wood- work or furniture with - lfCali ? T mz$ Wm 1 ftej IILJ 1 Hanna,s Lustro-Finis- h you too will say -- how Gt-nty- - Women 3 ! -- L I Ti fjJjL -- p WSk t tfPP which you can apply it, and get good re-suits, will really surprise The ease with JW) 4HrrCfis 7 I 1 p u Davi-;Maz- JJhiU T " J1'X J"J gC j VJtV yU S Ms I St T C 3rV flL 1 JjLVaa,,,,,,, seP " XI I Ji 135 - jtVk V55y T- - " aiier-eneci- b. tvi .For Sale by J. B. NOE g ft der-garde- n OARDUI d. R.H.MILLER 1 . 20-Jl- ill LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Yernon, Kentucky - '; Ad-d.c- ss I 1 Prescription Work CALL ION US if you need anything f J - in the drug line a Specialty CASTORIA PHONE n Children Ory CASTORIA CZ&?M&U tmvWvkw U a 39 MJUJLiAJ irfMV - ' n MT. VERNON SIGNAL1 Mt. Vernon Ky, May 4. 1917 i, S7 price at Sugar at old price loc pel lb. U. G. Baker & Son wi4r risn s. nin The Shafer oil rig on Chestnut Ridge has a steam outfit. Can Peas 1 2c per can. U. G. Baker & Son. h 79 toCommu - wiih SKJNAL ma p '' No. 7Q" May 7th to Ma,) 12th is Kenoshaoranci,ul.u,cKlcsed-rvrotcweek. Get some Patriotic League will be organized of those comfortable union suits ine miwmi tonight today at Fish's. i I . Experiment Station, Lexington, market bureau head, is the prop-- . TIME TABLE. er person to apply in securing of the penitentiary. The woman tells a very pathetic story of 22 uortn. 5 seeds. Rates reasonable. ht r life, which together with the 3:56 a m Cl aortti Baker & Son. faet she plead guiity, is the rta-- , Notice: Those owing school aw M .nth SEED CORN FOR SALE. a s'ie l tax must pay by next week as 1 am 12:13 a m Jht U South for the horrible , . Diamond Joe's Big Early white Thoroughly compenen to settle wnn ooara at She was ,akHn to Qlendale by Ias. Landkum. Agent. ineiy day corn picked. Price $2 00 per busLel that time. Thtre area few, but deputv sheriff Wade Levisay ? So. t. those few must arrange to pay, yesterday. 'three mih s south of Brdhead. LM a V IUES H t the Mi Vernon, Ky. Pofrbc so I can make my final settle- Arch Hays jne woman was captured at mail matter. as Artemus, in Knox County, this Interest yourself in the patriot- ment. state and brought here by De R. L. McFerrON, ic League and Cummunty Clubs, P I K SO A ! puty bnerirr jacK Aoney ana Collecter. Dave Clark et the Orlando sec.t it IV'niiuiKtou was ov r for the welfare and benefit of Dr. yourself, your family, neighl)or, Good The Louisville business tion These men went to work f r in Fuel houses whose managers usually on the case as the baby was found county, state qnd country. in custody in lliirhi n C'vx uts in Paris and make trade excursions by special and had the woman Commissary Sgt. James about 24 hours after she com Tue-a train, nearly every year, over the mitted the deed. Jack and Dave of Co. G. 2nd Ky. Regif Sparks M s. Charley Ad in- sell thousands of excellent suits, many of ment of the National Guards, state at a cost of several thou proved themselves to ba tine deQua in r uia us ci low which are worn by thecountyN citizens, dollars, have canceled their tectives. stationed at Winchester. Ken- sand Mrs H. .1. Mull ns has been tucky is here for a brief stay. atthis price. The young man win wants a suit 11.11 trip for I9I7, and are making up The following divorces were tnining all of the latest ideas will find it here, very ScK during tl e a fund of $10,000 to build one granted: Mary Hellard vs. Rob Farmers shipt lo,ooo bushels mile of the six over Pine Moun also find the color aud pattern lie desires. Mix H T Y nng has been Vaughn vs. Jas. of buckwheat from Brodhead in tain in harlan county to make ert Hel'ard; Ella Furthermore, he will obtain a perfect fit. Tin- midvti.v ck for nt rly a mouth-9 6 at 7o cents per bushel. connection with Pine Mountain Vaughn; Jas Oliver vs. Pearl dle aged man who wants suits of a certain coloi 01 im home from Berry vs. Bessie llli Adams Buckwheat seed is being shipped Settlement school, which is lo Oliver; Casper cut will find it in this assortment. court gave perempLe ai on J u rnou this week. back now at from $130 to $i.5o cated in a valley tut off from the Berry The Come in and see the new things for voang men to wt ar. tory instruction in th case of nf th per bushel. iis Lierdie Hm-l- e world by a mountain range over Sylva Allen against L & N. R. R. i Spin, sect af ending State Fish s are not running a re- 100 miles in length This school CASH Co. The plantiff claimed that liichmond Kennal at 1 cruiting station but any young was started by W. M. Creach, an her house was burned by sparks Mis S. B McKenzie and child no educa from a locomotive. The Jury man who desires any informa old mountaineer, with ren, of Stanford, aie wi h Mr nd tion about Army, Naw and Ma- tion, but who saw the great need gave Judgment for $5oo in case Mis tieo Fih enr town rines and Drill Regulations can of his people. Miss Cathcart, f Charlie Baker, admr of Eugene Fred McFcron has letuined to get it by calling at this store. one of the wide awake teachers Baker, vs L & N. R. R. Co. h is Pennsylvania whc-rin the school, has been working Mes-r- s Baker was killed by a train at White and Fralick, of p oy-ly the Westinghouse on this road proposition, by can Ford in Dec, 1914 Jie Durreti Construction Co., of Company. g portions of three states, Louisville, are here and we under !LEADmO gB&5& ill will leave in Moeey to Loan. $2,000 on Miss Ethel As' during past year. The six miles s'and they will start the good few dys fcr an extm ded visit J. A. Carter, of crushing and spreading the will cost $60 000; the state will real estate. LEAD w th ei lit s wmd tri. nds in Rich Mt. Vernon, Ky. stone on the Dixie Highway on pay halt. Construction will soon Ap27 3t is uiiiighaui trim n)xd and i be under way. Louisville, with Roundstone route. For Sale or Exchange for tak-was V is J S Landlord her Board ,of Trade, Automobile Stock: One good Black Owens Latest. It is said A 125 acre tract of growing Clubs and business houses have other ready for service, 15 hands in o Louisville Monday morn-i- i LUMBER. BIDS Jack, there has been a rivalry existing g ant was operated on Tues potatoes sold for 1 13,500, a few heeded the cry and plea from the ligh. . L. Cooper. (Secretary of the Mt Vernon Fair Association. between the Owens and Mullins J. W. Herndon, tav. The latest reKirt is that days since at Eagle Lake Texas. wilderness and are coming to the families, in deeds of valor, since will receive sealed bills up to At this rate the rescue. $108 per acre o'clock noon. May 10th, for the Berea. Ky. It has been suggested she is cam g nicely. 1 owner of 700 acres of MurphS that the road be named the Louis 4. 1833 when the "stars fell" so following lumber to be 'delivered on the grounds of the Association W J. Sparks, W. M Bu'.lock, near that poin could get $183, ville and Pine Mountain Highplentifully; at the time Alfred not later than Friday, June lt, 1U 17: A M.Hiatt, 11 E Christie W.J" 0)0. 150 Pes 2x 4, 11' ft long. Oik or Pine. Some spuds Owens pointed to the moon and A PREACHER'S LIFE. way. The people of Pine Mounbiown and G T. Job. ..son are those -- 4 Pes. 2x 8. 15 ft 10:14, Pino. warned his friends to '"Keep your Will tain Settlement valley are to be Homer Proctor and A preacher "1 as a hard time-- If to whom Logan Brant ha- 4 Pes. 1x10. 12 ft. long, Pine. eyes on the main fugelment, if Thompson have returned from congratulned over the successfu his hair is gray, he is oid. If ha tied Foid- - during the past week 12 Pes. 2x ti. 2(5 tt. long, Pino or O.ik They will farm, efforts of Miss Cathcart and is a young man. he hasn't had she starts, to hell we are all gone Ky University IaM Ai, Will Owens, 12 Pes 6x 6. 18ft long, Oak or Chestnut. Will is to raise corn and Homer "Uncle" Billy Creach Louisville, experience. If he has ten child in a hand basket." Signal reporter, 30 Pes. 2x 0, 12 ft loi.g, Ojk. the Livingston Court will adjourn this after will raise potatoes. They came a city that never goes back on the ren. he has too many. If he has 22 Pes. 2x10, 10 ft. long, Oak. e rly to get their crops started mountains, is, by this latest move none, he should have, and isn't upon reading in last week's issue no a. 24 Pes. 2x10, 12 ft. long, 0:ik. of the activities of H J. Mullins' 'I hey get their credits just the furthei demonstrates the truth setting a good example. If his climbing hog, told the following: Kraut 13c pel can. 4.400 ft. Oak or Pino Boxing in 10 ft. lengths. same providing they raise their of the statement made two years wife sings in the choir, she is pre U G Baklr & Son 3,300 ft. Oak or Pine Sheeting in 10 ft. lengths. "My father once turned a sow ago, by the president of "Boone suming. If she don't she isn't selected crops cow 250 ft. Onk, 1x4 m 10 ft. lengths. Way," that Louisville never fails interested in her husband's work and pigs into the woods. A The report is current that oil Ni e out of every thousand 100 Pes. 1x12, loft. long. Oak or Eine. bell was strapped to the sow's was struck last night on t li to join heartily in any movement If a oreacher reads from notes, uen between the ages of 2o and could be located If you are nol iu the siw mill business hut have a friend who to advance the interest of the citi he's i bore. If he speaks ex neck, so she Bra fa 35 living to day will oe dead in a wanted. Abort three is, show him tlrs bdl so he ew bid on it. The Association reserves when The shell known a- - shrapnel,' ye r from today. You may be in zensof theCnmberlands ("J.M ") temporaneously, be isn't quite months later a neighbor traded the right to reject any or all bids. All bids must be written, sealed wvs invented by Gtiie H. tshrap the next block of nine. Prepare ie slas at home Girls' Canning Club deep enough. heIfdoesn't mix with for the animals I was sent out and delivered to the Secretary (if the Association not later than in his study, ne. of the Brtti ii rmy some Get a Northwi stern Mutual pol. to fi .d them. The sound of the noon May 10th. like a century ;yo the people. If he is seen around bell led me from the woods to '.he thing and leave wur folks tcy The enrollment in the Girl's J. Lewis Coopek, Secretary, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Let our 01 jeel ik-- out co nitry, an extra thousand or so See W. Canning Club is growing con on the streets, he ought to be at edge of acorn field. On approachtantly. To date we have ninety home getting up a good sermon ing the place I discovered a huge toe country and u .thing H Fish, local agent, our who girls enrolled, all very tnthusi If he calls on a veiy poor family, morrow mav betoolatv hut our Loun ry. .stic workers and ambitious to he is playing to the grand stanr. snake, as big as a python, with Wanted - be Rock Men f r Pulaski county, it is claimed, push this work. The hope to If he calls at the home of the rich the cow belh around its neck, in side the field throwing ears of Sparks' Quarry wages 2 (JO per will be able to furnish l o 000 preserve enough fruit- and vege he is an aristrocrat Whatever corn over the fence to the pigs, tables to feed R :ckcastle couniy, J Spaiks da and up Keport Hushels of buckwheat for seed and if this is a favorable year he does someone could have told From ROUND TRIP Co s vi t VVrn ai office, ufort during the sumrat-RO JUNCTION CITY Tbatcoun the girls will have some high him how to do it better He has which had grown to good ized 15, 117. May FARE ty will produce two crops this grade products for market The a fine time living off donations shoats. It was discovered that ) wed the. sow, the snake had s wall Oil excitement is running high year one early the other late canning club girls' products are which never come in, and promises A 5a barrel well Buckwheat can be sown on lan'; the " 4 H Brand (meaning head, except thi bell, the stap pasing at Bai ouiville. SOUTHERN RMLWAY SYSTEM heart, health and hand), and their that never mature Next to be- over the reptile's head and becime Wis struck on the property of as soon as wher t is h .rvested awcountry editor, it is an the bestV 'make better seenred around its neck. The Judge Sanijsoi in the en limns Rockcastle will raise considerable moito such a motto of products ing a Ex. TICKETS ON BALK, MAY II, It, IS, II, II AND lb 1917 Witn the ful life-Tuis is buck wheat this year. to n of Mat hust'in pigs had learned to follow the are the best A. the goods the FINAL RETURN LIMIT t reach Junction Citv, prior to midnight of Marxist bell and continued to do so after girls prqduced f r market, la-- t ttfe biggest strike ever made m Highway Tour Among one of the first clocks year were sold tq the merchants FXTENSJON ntlVILEGE By deposit of ticket not later than Maylst been disposed Knox cunty, altho some have their mother had and payment of 1.0f M time of dcixwit The Cii cinnati Chamber of of by their swallow route. It ap FINAL RETURN LIMIT EXTRUDED to reach J unci ion City, prior to to be larger after pump turned out by Seth Thomas is in in the county and they were well devtlpt Midnight "f June Joth Paul Griffin of pleased, to the extent .hat th rc Commerce and the Automobile pears that the snake anl the the possession ing awhiie reservations and detailed Tickets, train servr-ewas such s demand for canning Club of this place It is a mantle clock information regarding fxtei sion privilege on application that city will tour the become much this issue we return to and its turniture is et antique club products, it was impossible Dixie Highway from Cincinnati voung porkers had TICKtT AGENT. JUNCTION CITY, KY With C. B. HARBERSON, LOCAL attached an the reptile did forNow, as the H.C. KING. DIVISION PASSC.JGCR AGENT. LEXINGTON. KY. our old size 7 columns. A six design The old timer was the to supply them merchants at home stood by us to Berea on Friday May 18th. It aging in neighboring corn patches to ban property of Mr. Griffin's grandcolumn paper is too last year when we wee getting is expected that 4oo automobiles for the benefit of die the county news and exper father. It is et tickirg away ourselves established, ne are go will be in line starting from the and fruit trees It its newly acquired family. jeiice of the past few weeks has time and keeps it accurately as ing to sell everything to them ytr9r City and the motorcade is was learned afterward that the Queen t'Usjht us that the people waut it did mote than 100 years ago this year and at a reasonable to be joined by 100 more autog m escaped from John countv new"s in a county paper Mrs Gtiffin's graffid lather's clock price. We will have the products along the line before reaching snake had year and will be willing and andtoDk to the m I 43O00 instt-a'i a joi 01 01a siaie out- is also in their bouse and a third this to furnish our home markets Madison ounty 'ine where 200 Robinson's circus glad wmi side news, winch the countrv old timer is kept running along with the nicest and freshest machines will be awaiting their woods." There were no registered distilweekly gets, when the inside pat with the others. With the three goods we Oan produce. coming ine tour win oe maae leries in those days. Drinkables We want the people to feel ent is used clocks and two watches on the Berea where a rousing road were tax tree and cheap. this is their work as we can't get to Oil expeit-- , ou the ground lure place Mr. Grifjln fs kept busy in on without support and encour- meeting will be held and ways Now "H. J. wont you be good. prop .mice the oil in W. M. Poyu the daily windings thereof. agement, and please observe the and means discussed as to push ("J. M.") ter's wall, in Mt. Vernon as be One of the saddest homes in girls 'canning clubs along through ing the great highway thru the good quality et "Ragland"' the county is that of Mrs. Bet tie the season. jng a Cumberlanus and especially thro BEST REMEDY FOR WHOOP-INThe Home Demonstration and oil. They sent aay samples Wood at Conway. About two Girls' Club canning work will the territory of Rockcastle and COUGH. The standing el a Bank is deterthe week for analysis weeks ago her daughter, Mrs. J. surely succeed when "90" patri- Laurel counties. The motorcade during mined by the' law under which it oper"Last winter when my little boy ates, and by the al iiity and character as many will return to Richmond late in had the whooping cough I gave The well was drilled sometime H. Duncan died. Last Sunday otic girls and of its management. in Mr. Poynters yard, for the 6 months old Duncan baby women, enlist as food producers afternoon of same day where a him Chamberlains Cough Rem since, Mrs J. B. Roberts. The conservative methods of this banquet will be given the visitors edv," writes water, and its only &0 feet in died and the very next night J. H. and preservers, Louis, 111 "It kept his Bank, its record ct 15 years of sucEast St. depth, but the ,wattr was so Duncan. Mrs. Duncan had been SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE and another meeting held that cough loose and relieved of those cessful banking, nnd the courteous night. strongly impregnated with oil it suffering from tuberculosis for a treatment extpnded to all, are its best dreadful coughing spells. It is CHRISTIAN CHURCH. was found unfit for use; the well long while and the little one was will be visitors from all the oniy cough medicine I keep reeoninioiKiaiious. There Sunday school 9:4s. We want in the house lieeause I have the was abandoned and another dull- too weak to live longer. Mr. DunYOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, this to be a 'higone'. II yon the counties on the route between most confidence in it" This ed some hfty feet to one side. can had been in a hospital in are a menber of our school, do Cincinnati and Knoxville. Rock-no- t remedy is also good for colas fall to be in your place; if you castle citizens are expected to at and croup. The inj unci ion against Gauley Cleveland, Ohio for 4 months or Bank of Mt.Vernon high more and had only been out one are not in "7 school, we invite leud in large number3. Mountain route for Dixie AIT. VERNON, KY. way was argued before Judge day wtien his wife died. He was Have these words printed on There is a movement to buy a i707are a st7angeT bor-- ' night Wednesday Bethurum lettes heads and envelopes: large flag for the Graded School Bethurum & Lewis represented found dead in bed Monday morn- ders. we want to make you feel yur Highway" and have a Flag Raising one like you were back at home "On the Livingston and Atty. CC Wil ing and it was thought that bis Every Poaching service 11. Subject, if you are located .ea the route week from tomorrow. condition was not Hams represented the Fiscal weakened America be GodV;? demurr against strong enuf to stand the terrible "S". The Court betwe8n Richmond and Cumber- - citizen of Rockcastle is invited to . Christian Kndeavor d. m the original petition was oyer shock. All these deaths occurred between Mt ver attend. Patriotic speeches will yj p Preaching service 7:80. Subject ,and UaP ruled and an amended petition .. ..1 u . . r u. J..,A i'ju linn r uuu auu an1 Louisville lias' J wnin w Oo be made by local speakers as i mo rr ntv .. A nrnon ma A k. UVU VN was filed. This is where the hx liik nuLue ui iu b. wuuu. Boone Way." well as oome oy visitors. Battle!" all withy) ten days. question stands to day. Looisv'lle 4 Nashville R R Co 1 Our town is viitually clean of loafers. Everybody is doing his bit and police court spider web is catching no flies One gillo:i of our Paint will cover 300 square feet. Our paint p m is clean $2 00 per gallon. C2o nculture. rV..,r,,rc.;,.,r.. Mat that Cohen, John Fields of 'Agriculture fA advises CIRCUIT COURT1, K N. Wathen, proprietor of the Lebanon Liquor Co., fined $300 for illegal shipment of whiskey into the county. John P Dant. a whiskey dealer Louisville caught it fo" $loe on the same charge James Proctor forfeited bjnd $io0; W.J Brown forfeit ed bond on Ben Thompson. $50; ' ., it. IIIC .!,. 13 "Ml UailCtt. .1... WUUIOLI WULM threw her baby from a L & N. train while runninK was given 2 years in the pen. As she is only i5 years old the Judge sent her to the school of Reform instead t nil fc&W "' Men & Young Men Can Purchase Suits of Good ii4 "223 1 nh-n- RBt-r- "! Quality Here at stcoiui-iiHi- t Wil-I'n'm- o s This is a popular price for men's gar. ments with us. We best-drese- ed lit-wil- w-t- l: l -- . 1 1 o-- i THE STORE 1 J-i- u va-sin- WE OTHERS TRY TO FOLLOW. n WANTED FOR 1 J April-19-1- Ik-Ii- v 111 to-da- y to-da- y - . vV r NEW ORLEANS (hOI 3l. . 11 DijfiK-BoQ- NE i Pulln-a- 1 sm-d- l gflfi a s$ia oooa G Clean, Strong and Safe two-thir- ds i. ) The j Boone-Dixi- e I ... O-O- O "1 . - ti.-.- . WW 7 . b WA TCH Condensed Report to a. iwrTirincftfi mt km iMlflfT..,. Twenty-Eigh- t I l m US the GROW. Of Baking Commission Years Ago. "BY J. Mrs. M M. Altaniont. J W. Nesbitt Was at WV on Cross h;ul i t'.ir-i- - pe ing M k. PEOPLES I ASSETS LOANS BANKING HOUSE, Etc., OTHER REAL ESTATE, DUE FROM BANKS CASH ON HAND, ANK SHHOO $ 95.365.34 6.750.00 438.42 J 31,134.94 $ 3,882.59 H 37,571.29 K an ES STATE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION AS OF APRIL JO, 1917. growing worse. Cli'inp MuUinH has fever. Robert Brown, of Level Green, entered Mt Vernon s liool. Win. Hasty and Miss Sarah Burk nfarr ed Bol Elkins sawing on Brush Creek R. Brown gradually sprll. N. Bray recovered from si k Children Cry for Fletcher's Jasper Francisco writes from his Vlissonri home. 'Smiling Dave' JackMiu called upon to make the race for legislature. A. T McHargue, of Pine Hill Lit for Tacouia Wyoming Territory. I L I A'B I LIT I 8 X INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, CAPITAL STOCK, ' SURPLUS FUND, UNDIVIDED PROFITS, U. G. Baker, Pres. F. L. Thompson, Jr. , Cashier H W. J. Sparks, Vice - Pres. Floya E. Miller, Ass't Cashier OFFICERS 0112 025.75 20,000.00 4,000.00 1,545.54 $137,571.29 I i i DIRECTORS: JucWL.W.Bethurum, S.D.Lewis, John C. Griffin, U. G. Baker, and W. J. Sparks t Pine Hill c.rres ondent to SigJohn Vln Her operating quarry nal says: "'About half a dozen at Wi die drunk men on d pot plat! i in A rabbit rode pilot et night ex Sunday fired off tli.-i- r pist I nnd press into Mt Vernon it was tak raided cane genera ly. Nothing en off at depot. but the air was injmd o ' be r Prof. Shaw issues 1000 c pies shots. ' of p.rpt-- in interest of his !Vraial W. S. Cummins was running school at Mt Vernon Rev. Medaris c osed a protract- a broom facloy at U rod head ed meeting. MAY No corn planted, up to April 19th. i. M. Denny running distill ry near Lev Green. John and George Bailey, charg ed with kukluxinr the Morgan Isaac A. Stewart was up from family in northern pait of the De Land, Fla. . to see his mother, county escaped jU. near Wi'.die. W A. Carson, painting at Mt Rev. A. J. Pike, Piled 10 pieaih Vernon Brodhea p.vt office transferred at Mt. Vernon on aac -- ud. from Fr th store to depot Judge McOlure f ;1 do n stair- Mrs Angeline Colyer, of Quail way and disloc ..ted shonlcVr. country d ed. Mrs. Cass was up from Brod-heaW. M Barton, Brodhcad neigh visiting giand'attier Houk's be r hood was"whitecapped" charg ed with mistreating ard father family. . George Owens, Sayers school Thomas K Adams, a brother house recovered from serious ill of Capt. Tack and Wil.is Adams, ness. a native of Rockcas le, diei at ni M C. Owens got a black eye h ime near Camp D'C c Kov son. from a stick olftove wood. Garrard county of bright s di- Dannie Owens, superintendent Saers school house Sundav seise sen oi K. Fainter ass stant. J. H. Albright, o' Bindbe. , Miss Hedie Sayers, secretary, d i g Sunday Sch l eva ijelis-t- i and V H. Sawder cor work in Laurel c inty. D. T i. esnut and wife, of Kirksville "i..ited the tamily of Judge Willis Gri fin resigned Capt. R. L. Myers, Pleasant al- the police judgeship. ley. Some of the loafe M advertised M. C. Pioctor claims t) have sen a biiar on J'ff uffey's for sale in List Aissue have taken few select ones to the woods. l.nd, 40 fe-- t high. et rem i n Craiir Brvant m ved back f om Rev John Caimical pi preach at Buckeye on fifth Sun lay in had rheun atUm r Night operator, R A. Brown, The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has teen in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-sonal supervision since ils infancy. 'COiCMi Allow no one tr deceive von in th: " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good 1 Castor ia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR A GENUINE I (fMi Bears the Signature of 1 CASTOR I A ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought I. I J. M. Jones gets contract to put add'tion t tile c m Roller Mill turn out iti i.r-- t flour on 23rd. Judge J G. Ca ter and Rev. I hue s ROUND TRIP AJ JPikeattnd'i g (Jrand Lode , BiWllNC M meeting in Louisville. 1 102 ye r Simeon of Level Green visiud Mt. W i non. I3.45 May 14-15-16-17 John Mi, ta-igh- t 83 tish wi'h June. Common Ro kcastle negroes 73. The "Joe opened, ai.d with saloon, school 1889, w en us ! ftp Willi a . Ml Quality Pays You and Us United States Tires are built with one supreme thought behind them quality m and quality pays you and us. i We put not alone good cotton and good rubber into our tires; we use only the super-qualit- y of both, super-qualit- y plus design, construction, workmanship all. Motorists have recognized this ard of United States Tires super-qualit- y stand by giving United States Tires not only amazingly large sales but equally amazing sales increases. Quality pays you in service and us in sales. A Tire for Every Need of Price and Use 'Nobby" 'Chant 'ROyal Cord' 'Usco1 'Plot United States Tires Are Good Tires in (inn United Stote Tubes and nr A:ic;:orit Hove All th. Sterling Worth c... I Wear that Make in.led Statet Tires Supreme. IIMI BBBIHv! 'HI United State? Tires are carried by the following jive types of United buies Tires exactly suits your needsScales aud Servcils Depot - Hosack traded Mm f tin Adams f r d ve liui a id Fields" h ve een re st re bouse on .vJain s reet vi t. is now f u y equipped Ver ion .Jennings who pflM Dr J undertak t shop an 1 ticed medicine for some ti ue at grave yard combined. It s cated near the mill ar f mt of bill Livingston, lia loci ed a1 Lilv Jmm f on road to cemetery . Steve Prewitf v.lled 40 sq lirre s in one d.iy. W. L. Henderson recovered W' M. MMWh of Wi die viit-from loug illness. Knox Co mt Next Wednesday, noon, Jame W T. Th.irp m! Kstill c uutv Mar t and the Hdito will leave meeting f t he Ken in vliss ilyfila Fii if i, in- to attend the i Owens jr iiidrrd. tucky Press Associati e eft in bore. The Signal wi .vi US IB sO'KN'.O.S charge of Dr. S. C. Divis. R LIEVK.J At a meeting of citi.e i $ 250 U'lUsual work b.ndn; an was subscribed as a starter to a a lifting or i IWW4H exerci-t- fund looking to the lung .stiai on th muict's, th v a Collegiate Institute at Ml V r ore n i stiff, yu ire c ip .ed and in pain Sloan's I. minon. ne t i rings you qui Ic lelef, Deputy Sheriff R B. Mullins asy toapfly, it wtU arrested four of the S4 ivey 's af out rubbii andinetra'es drives oui the Livingston and placed t!iem under oivnes a cieor I iU a. i leaner peace bond They and James tlia.ii m ssv plaster or oi tments. Durham quarrelled over "i t sh t iIikm n .1 st tin the skinor clou' iiH pores Always have a bottl trap. andy for the pains aches of Mrs. Van Nuys, of Livingsta n, iKtim ti in, ir ut, lumbago giippe, goes to New Jersey. net week. oru ses s irriiss, iacKacne ana a'l .xteriial jwin. At all drugQuiller Payue caaght gist, 25r. ground hogs. To the Republicans of Frost fell on May 23rd doing Rockcastle County: some damage. 1 herebv i nnounce myself S. B. McClure worki i,' lg men as a candidate for the office of on Livingston .section. Jailer of Rockcastle County subJ. H. Vanhook was over from ject to the hepuUican primary McKinney visitiLg Brodhead Aug 4th, lyl;. friends. First, 1 am asking tbe nominaR.v. James Hiatt baptised two tion at tne Jiands of the Republiat Pi.ie Hill. can party, because 1 am and have Level (irevn man say : Three always beenii republican, sup of the Vanhook ooys gav George p rting the priiniples and workfing a thrashing a few days sii.ee ing for the succrfs of that party. Level Gree in m further says; Stcond, I know what the duties "Mr. Ed , I shavrd a few days $f the Jailer aie, and I can and While sine- - and went to town. fulfill those outies there at has', a dozen men ad Third, J hap never hejd oflu dre.-sed me a Jim Maret. I be pt that of constable at 4 J 9 gan to feel proud of the charge feel that past service to m paity until I met another gentleman entitles me to some recognition. Mr Pease Who said to me: Fourt i, My section, of the wheie did you get our whiskey? ' 6 (Uuty has furnished lower of. I lnven't been in town sine Ocers than any other section. Miss Nrllie Coffey, of near In submitting my c'aim I mot-Wild 16, died. respectfully ask you to consider Martin & Perkins were running it, but whether elected or defeat the lofaioJB factory at Brdbead. ed. j on will hud the old man do ing bis part to promote the in JULY. of the great Republican Miss Ella Joplin visiting in teresi par y in the future as X have in Missouri. tbe past. Miss Mattie Williams made a Hoping that vou will consider trip to iiastern cities and Niagara my claims before casting your Falls. I am out friend and ei vote, John Gadd stricken by paraly- wsher, sis. Hakky Jones. Vote for new constitution. The Elkins hotel bell now own- hook a .d lin u in R.ckcasile river one aftermon or R. M. to C. W Li'i.ited t June 1st .its I 3772, L. & A H. B. r i 1 ceo ii n t General Assembly J 1 ! Ci-e- k Southern Presbyter- ian Church. I !.,,, i 4 . ; I ROUND TRIP I sLexinflion 1 le-om- e . $3.20 May 3 & May 5 Lwmti'tl to Thr-- e I Pavs From Date of Sale j 1 L &N.R.R. ACCOUNT ix Spring Race Meeting Kentucky Association Ma ROUND TRIP m vine $4.20 May 11th FKOM t e 1 w-1- IJWITRI) TO 3 DAYS DATE Of SaLK L. t IV. R.R, ACCOUNT t Spring Race Meeting Churchill Downs ROAD TO HAPPINESS. Be anraMe, cheerful nd good natued and you are much more lik ilv to be happy You will find this difficult, it not impossible, however, when vou are troubled with constipation Take Chamberlain' Tb-t- s and pii. rid of that and it will be ensv These tablets not on'v m ve the oowels. bu the apaetite and streajMi D the digestionom-stintlv im-prove who can fell you which of the ed by BRYANT BROS. was brought to Mt. Vernon in 1819. Mrs. M. C. Poynte-- , CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHERS FOR - !l1Nt SHwS r- H-