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Mount Vernon signal: May 18, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917051801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 18, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY VOLUME XXX n 9 HeratII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY. MAY 18 1917 ESTABLISHED 1887 MT. VERNON. NUMBfcR 35 FOR SHERIFF, SEE THE J5 SEE THE lj CADET N CH.PRV TAN I A ' NORFOLK I Are you getting ready to smile at 60? The man who ar;y witli ., i iffLs ' J I Last IN TAN and BLACK Walk-Ove- r ia n i Kitl ..u aw,i - a small amount n , Se ;.'' 'SI- - pw v . rV V tsM&tfyfrB' &i jaA"d , ... ,r u', ,,, v In or ..")..il' s dot i.i thU choi e be inir lis and after t prtniomj ; e paM t ned m dP'id HttMiiv mtr han V Shoold n.:-- f i; :! m h will ri is iitaanance ti.ii" .li t ii verii ii' vs He , !'"'ic Is . itl il jKr ! i in n will 4' j, uj s .11 i r t af 0i). ;j,. i's si rossMMV iiit; a piirt t. .,-- , , v e v ri,! " i i i i pi l"' "t--i i - in ill '.)''!; ValkOver '! iiis mau in w se. '' ii bacl (. im m ii n.. in To ",u-i- . 'Inn he wi li interest. '1'1,'iv y.i t ttllK INK Effi US WOffjpHDIHOIWP area i iuiu?mi ri!-i . l' i ii t s tit ilJWfll fal-k- A ROUT SHOES IsBBBBBSBm'' A pu a v hi in of ii f fc'oto i U ! tiii'l t ' ti-i- el f- l heHl - ii led ;il the Ion - ring - ''o ii iniiraisro rom- strn' i;es r It m.1 t ii vm i 4 i i i ar insur.inc", rj c in pan vo i. st Brt C ivc y u 'he !i r 'ii'et amount Ml. 1 ii;i ea , i'I;- for a. T7 Al.hT. l3BTHitSTEB!l f but we were lucky to buy several thousand dollars worth at last year's pric:s Our orders for low shoes were placed last n:ea Were we to buy shoes today from the factory we could not possibly sell at the prices we are asking, SAVING WORTH WHILE by us is also shared by i TU . LIFE EHSUBaI E CO. O.- - '.IL VAUKEE Established 1857 Sixty years of Success TIP LANGFORD. T , made you. FOR MEN AND BOYS, Engligh and Staple Last PRICES $2. to $6. French Heels FOR WOMEN, English, Baby-Dol- l, PRICES $2. to So. Pat. & Gun FOR CHILDREN, Pumps & Baby-Dol- l, White-Shoes Big line cf white rubber shoes, in Oxfords and High Shoes, for men and women. ISUTTON f LATEST WAR HEWS physica' puticipation et the Uni'td Stites in the war is a r ality American I rpedo boat The ds & McB E E RTSfflVSsi. THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE IN THIS TOWN eration of the war budgt t appro the Shipping Bo.rJ, said las pri.t ng over $3,000,000,000 The night that the stupendous task o Council of National De.ense. the American shipbuilders in sup Shipping tford and the Presi-- , plying 3,000,000 tons in eightee-denwere score! by Stna.ors, ' months will be accomplished i who found fault wi:h contracts the time specified and the ma.iner et procedure in-Kfforts of the Administeratio. prepit-ationfor war. No pro to em bed v a censorship provisio . gresswas made on the hill in hand, in the EsDhiouae-- WW have p. and only a small number of Sena- abandoned. It i s believed that tors defended the Administration newspapers will observe the vol frjtn a tacks. untary restrictions already ina uumated. A settlement of the Irish Great Britain lost only eighteei which has hamperid Great B ita n in the prosecution of the vessels over 1.600 tons from sub war, has been pr .posed by the marine .attacks during the past Br.tish Premier on beh If of the week and only twenty-si- x in all The previous week's report show Governor The pioposal provides f. ii iho Ti ri.rl n of a Kill fnr Pr) sixtV-t'A'immediate home rule, excluding War Office reports yesterday the six counties of Northeast Uls-- , indicatd that the Abies bav 'ter, such exclusion to be subiect been successful on four fronts ra,,ce Ital ' Macedonia to reconsideration five yea.s hence J ij rw pvia iij i i v ci by Parliament An alternative The United States fres erdav is that Irishmen of all loaned ,to the Russian Govern- p parties convene for the discussion ment $10o.o00 O.jO, the money t be spent in this country. of the question. t s e . i 1 iii-tii- of the very serious illness of my wife I have been prevented from doing any riding in the inteiest of my candidacy fo ;he Republican nomination for Sheriff, and prevented from mixing ith the people over the counts, as I had planned. lam indee. jlad to say now that my wife's health is improving. She was stcK it home some five weeks and not expected to live, and she is now n a hospit.l in Lovisville where an operation has proven benefi ia' to her and am h p:ng tint her health will sxm be restored and that she will soon beat h tne again with her family and friends. The loetors ll me that u dess sjine unfor seen complications arise she will soon be restored t hetlth. It is my intention to give all of my ime from now on to the Primary to se.ing the people aud bing I hope that mv frieids throughout the county will with them a :live in uiy behalf anl i' is mv intention to leave no stone unturned from now on until the Primary. 1 am receiving good re Mrts from every section of the county, and with the effort that 1 expect to put into this hVht ter the Republican nomination foi Sheriff, aided by a host of good strong Republican friends all ovei t ie county, ttiere is co doubt but what we will win this noruinitioi and victory will crown oar .efforts. Those wh were my friend' fjur years ago are still loyal to me and hundreds who opp scd ra are n w in line bittli ig for my suecess, knowing th it in defeat or v ctory I Still stand for the si in thin always for the success ind triumph of Republican principles. Again thanking you for the iuterest you have shown in me in he past an appealing to you for your assistance in tl.is, the n.ost mi:or.aut race of my life, I am On the Republicans of Rockcastle County: acoui.t t be-so- 1 Yours sincerely, Tip Lang foid TVTTSJfsVT'niMand L1VUNUJ W put up a grist f shiPPing it- - J"dge Witt ha Ottis Mink is the boss mill and is read.x to grind corn for the com muni fisher ty and says he will grind for 8th well groomtd for the tusk aud their officers and men e i husistic in their quest, are pi ruling the Extern Ail miic s archi g for German submarines w ich have wrought such disaster to shipping and been the cause, practice of in their nefarious s nners nking boas unwarned, of sending hundreds of Atue icans to their death Although the announcement of the participation of the American boats has just been made for the first time, with it comes the rejxirt that al retd o e of the speedy boats has nee i in action with an enemy undersea era t. whil another has safely convoyed through the war io ie to a port of safety one of the great liners tha plv the Atlantic. The House adopted the confer The resu t of the fight between the deS'niyer and the submarine erce report on the War Army has not been made known by the Bill after the Se: ate conferees had agreed to the House provision inBritish Admualty. creasing the pay of enl sted men Rt construction of the Russian Final action by the Senate is exCaOinet has been inaugurated, pected today or Friday and ira important chauges being made, mediately after the bill is signed i ich ding the retirement of Paul by the Presieent registration of N. Milukoff, Foreign Minister. those subject to draft will be Three cardinal points agreed upon begun and the department will by the Government, the Executive also outline the procedure to be Commi tee of the Duma and toe followed in bringing the National Council of Soldiers' aud Work- Gaurl iuto the Federal service. men's Delegates, are: The unity Proponents of a higher income of the allied fronts; fullest confi dei.ee of the revolutionary democ tax than proposed in the War racy in the reconstructed Cabinet; Revenue Bill lost the opening -and a plentitudeof powers ter the round of a fight in the House when the Sherley amendment deGovernment signed to double the surtax on of the criticism Vehement incomes between $5,000 and $7,C00 executive branch of the "Govern was overwhelmingly rejected. nieut characterized a long session William Denman; chairman of of the Senate esterday in cousid . op-'s.- " . Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J. Cheney & Co , do ing business in the city of To ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED POL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE FRANC CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 18S6. A W. Gleason. (Seal) Notary Public. Hall s Catarrh Medicine is ta ken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials free. P. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, Ohio. J State of Ohio, City et Toledo, Sold by all druggists, 75c. Mall s family Pills for constipation - ince he landed a salmon that Judge your hear', is right - Th weighed 8lA lbs J. P E Drum B'gnal seemed t. have lost trace nonds claims that on one straw of us for the past two' weeks erry plant th re were 9 , st aw- - DUt we have been right Jonnie merries and 2o blooms in his (n the spot working like a here patch. Be careful J. P E. ou fixing to plant some of . M's ire getting near J Ms territory. Texas w. nder corn.. The boys What lias become of our old have be.-- knifing us thru the friend S. C. P ? Mr Edd any Signal, hut with thi, issmv n nformation as to his wherea' outs belie Ye that e are si ill in ring will be gladly received W M Ccme on boys lets give the Sig rJaker has moved his f.milv to nal readers something to cheer the Wade Graves property them up dni-u- g these depressing Theo Graves has moved to Win times Mrs Nora Hughes and uhester where he has a job with rs Edd Quinn, of Paris, have he L & N.- - 1. W. Ca'lin was 'returned home after a few days in Louisville Sa urdiy se. ing the visit with their parents, Mr. and lerby. Dr. W. T. Amyx went j Mrs J. B. Hays G. S Griffin to London a few days ago to was in Ml Vernon Sunday. Krchise some of the Govern Wonder if our old friend S. C ment liberty bonds. W H. Cot Franklin has an' of J M's Texas tengim and family motored over corn on display in his shop win-tPine Hill Sunday and spent dews Walter Browning has e day with relat ves Mr. andjeured a six months leave of ab Mrs. E C Herd, of Richmond, sente from the L. & jS and will are with the parents of Mrs.' go to the farm near Stanford. -Herd, Mr. and Mrs Thomas Elisha Bullock, Legislator from Farley. - Dt. Walker of this ' Rockcastle and Laurel county. place left for Winci&Mr Tues- - was here Suiiday and told the day night to enter the service. writer he would be in the State We lose a good citizen and-- a tiue Senate or some man would beat doctor but where duty calls let's '"him Editor E. S Albright of answer the summons - Chirley the Signal was here between Mullins th Mulhns Station trains Monday. Mrs. W E. Gray salesman was with our merchants' and little daughter have measles Mond iy. - After 3 frosts, which and are very sick at this writing, has injured vegetation to a large If any one doubts J. M's corn we are now having nice yarn we extent, ill refer them to S. C. weather. Crops in this locality Franklin who will vouch for it look discouragirg and w.th word for word. Our Graded prices hgh and si ill going high- - School will close Friday with an er it behoves the American citi- - entertaiument given by the zens to make every edge cut and school John Lair was in Mt. in the, midst of a w. rid war. Vernon from Friday Juntil Suu-- we all should put the best fot day Prof. Webb was in Mt. foremost. James Limb, of Brod Vernon Saturday with home- head, is here buying old iron folis. Rev. A. B. Portorf, of -n o was here bcivrss whclihasall the way from a half his eturn In mi Boad bushel to three pecks of shelled while corn in it. He claims that he and The writer had qn ta for a conversation with hint and a friend were looking over the .vould be find he would come of- friends corn tie'd and the man ten G S. Griffin was in Lon- said you would be st rprised to eon on business Monday. O ir notice how fast this kind of corn own Marshal Riirs has taken grows. On saying this he stuck into custody 4 of the colore his cane down bv a hill and up n race and has them working on investigation in the morning the the streets. In latter days this stalks had twelve ears of corn on .ias become almost an every days it. and the cane had twenty well ears of corn on ir. occurrence, that hoboes are on develop.-I.M., in telling the size of the almost every freight train and it is not only dangerous but it is acs of cm. said that a friend i violation of the law, ami it came horseback to spend the seems that they will keep this night with this same man and he practice up and they will 1 are told a n.gro to go and teed the man's horse, and the negro asked to suffer the esaseqaeace him how much to feed him and ur Brodhead friend wishes to lie answered one ear. The enow h.w we will be ab'e law. Sox in Msad not knowing the size of the lodge the draft the first place we wish to scl com watcneti tne negro teed him, proud to unh- and J M claims that three negroes we are not too and for the bene.it of our friend came out of the crib with one ear will say tat in this war a asaa I halaacesl on a hand spike, two of the negroes carrying at the hand is not all wed to hire a Stibsti spike and the third holding the tute. We know our fiiead f ooa brodhead will bi cost petted t ear of corn on the sticlt. After of J. M , Mullins and houlder arms. So my f fiend this yam Jont be worried, if we can be the writer can stand foot. iny assistance in the ranks of ur country lets pull eft' our DON T LET YOUR COUGH j loves and collras and put on HANG ON ne of Uncle Sams suits and A cough thit racks and weakrallyato the front. The follow ens d?ngerous, it undermines ing lines will explain our feel your health and thrives on negings: lect. Relieve it at once with Dr. Ves we will go and tight and King's New Discovery. This gouge, soothing balsam remedy heals nd bite and tumble in the mud, the throat, looaens the phlegm, its Until the ground for miles around, antiseptic properties kill the Is covered with our blood. germ and the coH is Cquickly fighting broken up. Children and grownLets shoulder up our ups alike find Dr. King's New tools, Discovery pleasant to take as And nureli day aid night, well as etfeotive. Have a bottle Kai-erGermany, And show the handy in your medic ne chest for we are not afraid to tUht That gripe, croup and all bronchial Lets all get together and battle affections. At druggists, 50c. for the tight. It does not nutter abiut our ages, Those that are not afraid to fight. Cool, Comfortable Don't let it worry ou about the Outing Shoes wages. Brodhead trains on 1 d ti - . of se-h- come on my Brodhead f 'tend, Cast in your littL nrg t, And lets go to Germany if you. Are mot afraid to fight. So our custom of handling none but the best, we have new line of Keds, In keeping with ' ! And when the balls are fl ing, Both by night and flight, Will you stick to your post. And not be too prouci to fight We can best serve our country, just received a tops of a specially woven, fine grade of canvas, used exclusively in Keds. In battling faff the riglit And staying in the trenches, Aud not too proud to tight We have all heatd of the Seven Wonders of the World, including the Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, the Natural Bridge of Virginia, tKa Viancemiip 7v)cv inOal i fo r ti'H and the Niagara Falls, aod so on. Our friend, James Maret, has cap-pe- j the climax with a variety of grows m corn that he cla-mTexas. J. M. says tl.o stalks have from twenty nve to forty ears on the stalk and on the tas sel there is a kind of a shell grows s canvas rubber-sole-d shoes with I The Cash Stor MT.VERNON SIGNAL! any ships have been sunk leading for affirmative, A J. Fish United Staths Department by k aouicultukk. duriug past week, no negative. Washington. D. C, made of it. Miller died of pneumonia reports have b.-eHarry ? May 14.. 1917. May 18, 1917 Friday, advises: on January 24th. A correspondent Hon. James Maret, FEBRUARY. "Cultivate every single acre, no Pres. Ujon?Viy ssciation, Published every Friday by I " K. McClary was in town Mi. Vernon, K. matter how small it is EDGAR' S ALBRIGHT. W i d neadny. Sir : Great battles continue in A umber of Rockcastle Yeut letter of Vla H to thv s SI.O Francs with the Allies gaining OSR YKR have insesied in Niiddles-bor- Prosdenl of the United Stites. ground. endorsing of the the actio lots. " maue knovntn Advertising rates Nato nil Highways Association, Whitehead and Miss S. Renner ohn L tSruith Vote for application were married was duly received, and was reLena Dune ferred to me by the Secretary of at Mt. Sterling, on 18th. To the Republicans of Rockcastle County: candidates for Jailer: Lee Ar- - Agiiculture.me MHMBKR OF It gives pleasure to express KM NTTJCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Having been solicited by the noid., George A. Howell, John W. tha-ikof thus Offi e for the the Republicans and citizens from Baker, Geo. W. Payne, patriotic service you offer, and I various parts of Rockcastle counBo h vu Ven;on eburches with-t- y issure you that should occasion to make the race for Assessor, )Ut a ,)aslor arise you will be called upon. I now m aire mv ann.un. ement Post Master at Walden, .lack 1 havt the honor 10 be for the office, su'ject to the Re son County lost 7v to "green Very respectfully, publican primary Aus. 4th, 1 9 7 If LOST. Bill Hook co- "U-bo- n j lar bill and hdlf. 4 taining one 5 dolones. Finder keep; - L. f Taylok. SUNDAY SRRVICKS AT TBBf CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Sundav School b:45.- - etJ When You Build other e Repair n na r 1 .r remodel ur h'i-e- . f Luililii, out owilook 0 hum.? tin ,ei thai on m ctti-z-..- OBS-RIPTI- o ut nil .iir- - W. At elevei, Dr. A. P. Lyon, of will Louisville, preach the LUMBER mill u lii'i- sermon for the Baccalaureate High School Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m liiiihling material from us at the Lowest Prices. J There will be no evening vice, as the R-- v. s to preach the 111011 for the Langdon Memorial School at the Presbyterian Church serMr. Watson is Baccalaureate ser- - OUR YARD Is he I'lijuariers Tor Floi.rini;, Ceiling, Siding, Cornice, Sheathing. Dtnifwinn LuniKer. ho.rs. Sash, Reiding. KooHiig Paint, Huiiiling P.ijer, ami all kinds of Building Material. K- -t iiiiates t irmnhad. Mr. Votr, the reason I ask for ANSOl MKMKNTS. this office, I am a sobr man nd We are authorized to announce the I think Rockcastle needs to till followiur persons as candidates for the therffices with sober nun and 1 subject to the Republican primary elee appeal to the voters of Rock. as tion in August, 1917. lte to help me. I need thp office FOR JTJ0GF. and I promise you if nomma ed Cam Mullins. of Mt. Vernon. Ky and elected I will make y..u an ofG. M. Ballard, of Mt. Vernon, K.v. ficer that you will not regret. I J. N. (irittin, of Spiro, K.v. Thankmg will treat all alike. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. you all for past favors, I most E R Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. in E. B. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. respectfully ask your support Your friend, this race, FOR SHEIilFF. Tip Iangford. of Mt. Vernon. Ky L. G. Clark, of Orlando. Ky. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. J, B. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. .lames Proctor, of Orlando, Ky. goods'ceunteileit moiuy) in New men L. W. YorK. Pauk, j John Renner writes back from AaU (Tiove-Al- o. m Mace Miller telegiaphing, Liv nig.ior, nights. vapt. R. L. Myers was up from of good health, bright eyes. clear Conductor Lemon was captured coiiplexion, and Dr. King's New iu NcbrsKa. tie conlessed. Life Pills are a mild and gentle Lutuer Jaireit, of brouhead, FOR JAILER. laxative that rognlates the bowe s I.ittle' Tom Taylor, of Mt Vemrn.Ky. oid relieves the congested intes in West Virginia looking after Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. lines by removing the accumulat spoke business. G. W. Ie.'ker, of Cedarville, Ky. ed wastes without griping Take don. Sam vV'ard was Up fiom J. b. Southards. f Fine Hill. Ky. a pill before retiring and that Livingston. Frank Muilins of Mt. Vernon, Ky. heavy head, that dull spring fevei R. B. Shephard, of Orlando, Ky. Mrs. W. M. Weber went to Get Dr feeling disappears J. W. Chasteen. of .tohnetta. Ky. King's New Life Pills at your Knox vide iii answer to telegram J. L. Arnold, of Livingston, Ky. druggist, 25c. advising et illness of her daugti Jas. Win&tead, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. S A Drew, of Burr. Ky. ler, Miss Gertie, who lias been Harry Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. of attending .Nchoul at Johnson City. Wood blue. Ohio oil men agitating question of sinking wells in KocKea:ile. Mrs. Csarah tiouk died lust week. A new arrival at David HenW. S. Renner derson's who vill increase the Democratic vote iu I9II. CLEAR AWAY THE WASTb William T. Brume, murdeier of Bowel regularity is the secret Doings N OF SCHOOLS. Mr. Alice Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky W. R. Dickerson, of Livingston, Ky FOR SUPT. FOR ASSESSOR. C. T. Sigmon, of Wildie. Ky. Rockcastle People in J 890 By . TWENTY-SEVE- YEARS AGO FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. Rev. Wm. M. Durham. .lohnetta, Ky. FOR MAGISTRATE, "J. M." K. B. Smith was Editrr of Sig nal, James .Maret, associate. W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, First District, JANUARY, K3 . 1890. G. W. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. FOR CONSTABLE, Fourth District. First District, Bogue Smith and Miss Estella Lair, of Hiatt locality, were J. A. Joues, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. FOR 'REPRESENTATIVE. 71st Legislative District, Laurel and Rockcastle. John R b loyd, of Laurel County. . Since 1900 the L & N has hauled 2, 675,939 ca loidsof coal or 133 75,950 tuns. If oupled mto one train it, with the engines necessary to pall it, the string of cars and engines would reach around the world, east and west from Loutsvihe to Louisville and then again across -- the United States from ocean to ocean. Total number of pounds of coal on train, including that on locomotives, is m .ie iho.il 209 oillmn If cars were placed one abov another in a pile, they woul reach up into the air neatl. 5000 miles, the coal thicuness it self, would be more than 2ooo. miles. Circuit Court convened Monday the IU111. Jude M. H. Ows "Down went McGlatjr t the ley and Common jath's AtCr-ne- y botto n of the s a."' William Htrndon were m Harry Miller In s c ise of grippe. nands. Thi following attornex The "McGiniv" gag is now eie present: W. O. Mr dley am the craze thruout thecountv, on i. H. Brown, Lan. a ter. .Jud; the order el "Tom Collins" bacn , W Alco.n, Judg. the ear'y 7os. in V. L. Brown, London. Hop Jo. i But little interest being takei vV. Yerker, Danville, Hn O H by the ptople oj the subject of Saddle, and Col Will Morrow Sum rset, and Hon F. F. Bob roads. Miss Alice Lewis reiur ed af-e- bi t Urab Orhaid. Tht-gremnp is good. a years say in Topeka, Han d jury J. T Steplnns sas. foreman, Solouion iriflin, J. T Circuit Judge Robinson, of The roi.ds. There are none Purcell Harris, n Reams. S. O Louisville, has his grand jury in The traces where they used Iu Dvault. Z T Hansel, M C.Owens. vest igatmg the coal gauge. Coal Isaac Payne, Andrew Sargent, operators and dealers are being be are simply impassi le. Gtau Pr ce.loe rom News of serious ill less of S M. J hn summoned from all coal sections er.D r.lnio, ohn F ench, T J in the state. Coal is retailing in Burdette Havse, and ui t.j ii southar.l. Louisville at 32 cents, just double Mrs Emmi Mulins died at Petit Jur -T J Hiatt, Gil what it is claimed it should sell Ltngford St ition more lie.yno'ds H L. at. Rrpilence of L. M KVazer. rob bed .ft valuables J tj amou t of J hn Adams J.F. Wallin. B M. There is uneasiness felt in tbi Lnir (i C Clark Jr . G W, Jones, country, over the possibility of $5oo. Che-lePayne, Grin Adams, Jim Wood, of Wildie has g ipp Russia regulating a seperale Jacob Pike. Sr., A J Samms, A W. E Shaw, principd South- Sigmon. peace with Germany and Turkey John Hibbard, Danie iu which event the war would ern Kentucky Normal Institute, Crown, John Cash, Willis Adams. Mt Vernon. probably be prolonged J. W. Gentry, II. 'i. McKinney, Congressman James B Mc Larkin Hicks, Moses Payne, . J AiK battles now occur almost Creary puts resolutions thru Con- - Bullock, H.J. Mullins and Micaiah daily on the bel igerent lints. A half hundred airplanes are some jgress congratulating Brazil over McKenzie. its becoming a republic. timef engaged fighting, even There are times when a man Students of S K N. Institute, above the clouds, at times .. I,.. :,s. taK,n? a nana ,n a organized debating sK;:ety Miss t,1,,ms b 's putting his fx?t in it. Kentnc has furnished Teddy Susie Brown. pre-d.t. M. J. thlng wit'i a a home and buyers arc Miller, Jr.. E T. Every itnn admires a pretty in the htnd geliiig no-infor Fish secretary. Next debue, girl, and sh kno.vs it. That's General Pershing anu oilier nota "Capital punishment should be the reason thee are so many bie army men. abolished," Miss Susie Brown foolish, pretty girls. open air. 1 reed up to $3 18 a bushel on ( hie go exchange ana other ourageous taises, on many other saples. by speculators, has raised a storm pro est by mem bers of Congress who from th flxr are denouncing the perpet raters as traitors and Kaiserites and are advocat n their being trung up to nearest lamp posts should they continue their nefari ous work. Something will have to be done. All robbers Hnd pi rates had better listen while list f Wheat married at Jellico. Sam Myers visited Memphis. Conductor Cabler was shot anr kdled on his train near Louisvilk last week by unknown parties Mrs H Carpe ter improving William Kennedy was up from Crab Orchard during JChtistmas Mit Mil'er and Fannie Adams to enter at Lexington. H. Mullins candidate for as sessor. an I T. D Mullins county clerk. Hichard Welch has epizootic Uncle Billy Stewart, of Wildie, spending winter in Florida. Mrs Mack, a relative gave a birth day dinner at De Land, in honor of his 75th anniversary. Jack Maret telegraphing li Knoxville. R. M. Hosack was running a shoe and harness shop at he C W. Adams stand nextto M. J Millar's. Mild Januaiv weather Button hole boquels are bing picked in Toe dwelling being erected or norm side Main street lor W. J. Sharks, is the first to be built in Alt. Vernon ter past, two years. H. J. Mullins savs if he doesn't get tin' Republican nomination ior assessor, ne will give bis hat ,tvay, but no MM need not coliit to town bcarheaded with tue ex pectaiion of receiving his to Peach trees 111 bloom, 28tb. 1 ne spelling of post office , , oroauueaa nas oeeu cuaugcti 10 .jiodhead. D. N. Williams and A. J. Fish are at Hariuuaii, a 000m town on C. S. fr Level Green wriles that B B. and A. 1., two Garrard stocK outers, visaed the anciuin at Ueniiv's (.klill) aud got leetle the rise to a pleuty aud paid tegular war prices for scruo caule. Says Phosphates Make Lx Congte-sma- n Pres Tan. bee and et loth Kentucky district wa.s Beautiful shot and killed oy Charles Kin Strong Healthy, ViCaid of Danville, Wasbinglou re porter ter Louisville Times. gorous, Robust F. P Chesnut left for Texas. Men. Ans ,t.eudt rs n was killed, near Wil lie, lo, James bun in, Physicians al over Hie woil are prespop g pli spriHtesto biild from Garar biotner up run dowiieiieini: conditions county. a bw viio ave treated Riley Jordon and family niovio their patten s Mt vrg to Bon ham, Texas. Phosphate are changing th 11, eneiiiic women J. H. Otter wa's he e from Danwi toneless .ssues, ville. e Director. just above ankle. The young COMMISSIONERS SALE. man with his brother wre atRockcastle Circuit Coukt. tempting to hop a fre ght tran A.F Lawrence, Admr. of on Pine Hill grade and according! Plaintiff, to the statement of the young; R.E Lawrence. VS: COMMISSIONER'S SALE, man this was his 6rst attempt A. F Lawrence,' &c , which proved a verv serious one Defendants. to Jhim. Dr. Owens was sum By virtuie of a judgment and moned and was soon on the, order of sale of the tiockc. sile ground, getting the young man oicuit Court, rendered ai the ready to bring him to Mt Vernon April Term. 1917, thereof, in the Dr Owens assisted by Drs.f.ovelli above cause, I sha 1 proceed to and Chesnut amputated the leg offer for sale at the court house and the young mm has been get door-iMt Vernon, Ky. to the ting along as well as could be ex highest a .d best bidder, at puo pected Mr Gray, father of the He outcry, on Monday, May 2sth, hey, is a bridge carpenter and 9 7 being regular County Court was at wo'k near Winchester day for aid county, between when the accident occurred. the hours of u o'clock a. m and I o'clock p. iu , upon a credit of six months, the following de- Colored People Described propeity, to wit: lighted One tract of land located in Discovery to Bleach .ockc.stle County, Kentucky, on , he headwateis of Negro Crc-kthe Skin and bounded as follows: Atlanta, Ga. Says that recent On the North by the lands of tests have proven withuat doubt John Wiggins and George on the Hast by the lands that swarthy or sallow complex ions can be made light by a new f Mary Lawrence and Joel treatment recently discovered by A'oodill; on the South by the a man in Atlanta Just ak vonr amis of Lewis McAdams; on the druggist Skin lor Cocotone vVest by the lands of Hilly Blau hitener. People who ha e used it are amazed at its wonderful ion, and containing jU acres less, or sufficient thereof to efte, t. Rid your face of llttV jr produce the sum of 72 09 with awful dark color or greasv p in a few minutes It legal interest from April 2'd, 19 15. p?ar-mcp.id and fj 00 00 with eal costs so little that you cau't affrd until interest from January 9, I914, un- - to be without it. Just think how much prettier you wuld look i.C- t'1 l,fl'd) anU tle costs of iln skin gone and with that old da-. 11011 new soft, bght skin in it place. For the purck.ise price the pur Men and women today chaser must exei ute mud, with' for the r complexion tomist take enter so app oved su tty iwarmg legal ciety interest f oin nay 01 sale until It vonr drmrgist will no sup paid and naving Ihe lotce and ef ply you with Cocotone Skin feet of a jndgtueiit. bidder will Whit-ne- r. send 25c ter a larre e prepared to comply promptly package to Cocotone Co , Atlanta. .villi these terms. Ga G S Grifl n, M. C. RoeUca-tlCircuit Court. n Sol Orav, age li, son of Dave Gray was run over by a freight train Monday and his leg cut off S. T. PROCTOR -- MI VMS N. 'is Y. 'P.iotie 52 j KcirX? i XZTX ZXZXH5 It's A "Stuck-up- " j 1 1 , TrTTTig r A rOTHS" A t i With New yrm'nM A " , & uusness ii this selling Wall ' . D 1 apcr, uui wc V , J IStxZi I ' mgU d 3- have a ntghi to he rcml taifti ii i- Im c.'iu-- e 11 - t we are n 1 ne . S$ rn W 1 el' ef - 1 1 Kt ihv 6 8 t; I rV4 4 4 of patten Mid And yo c :i Wall Pajci-o- f tile Letter gratl in rv kind uital-)fur t very Kmuii in the house. always save monev Luxinj; here. 4f7YytA e line of V re e M hJ c. c. Mt. Vernon, KV. cox 1 X M E2 Opposite Court House G Women Pains, Dizzy Spells Mrs.G.P.Cartwright,ol Whitwell, Tenn., writes: "I suffered with bearing-dow- n pains. . . The dizzy spells got so bad that when 1 would start to walk, I would just pretty nearly fall. Was very n. I told much thought my husband Cardui would help me. . . He got me a bottle. . . It helped me so nuch that he got me another bottle. I got a whole lot better. The dizzy spells and the bearing-dow- n pains . . . left me entirely." If you are weak and or suffer front womanly pains, run-dow- wLLHouse rrotector PAINTED WITH . 1 Hanna's Green. Seal Paint your "property is well fitted to withstand the destructive forces of severe weather and changeable temperature. Moisture, if it can get at the wood, is certain to start decay, but by the use of H anna '3 Green Seal Paint your property is completely in-la- 1 tl ibi ilhh into'he mot bautful rosychee fd and plump r hi ml foi 1 protected. med men wo, Printed Formula On Every Package. imag-lrable- Sold by 11 Jstai-ford- r a M-n- sygtem that is lacking n the food you eat. and thia i.an be quickly app i d by taking one 01 :we 5 grain tab ets f ,er each iual, a .d a- bd ime It will in many cases rfLke a pale scrawney tce the picturt t health in a few da s I hve seen women that I expec rd would have to b- kept under reatment for months restored Hi periect haalth in one or two weeks time time. v ius Ago-Phospha'e - lrertkilovii whuh cm only ie corrected by suppi ing the neci ssary pi osphates to tbe ne vou-i Dr Jacobs aiiu t ;.iterview tiiHt 90 p r ent. of eiieiuia comes from ne Atla t- - ("5a r.i. run-dow- n, For Sale by J. 9 8 B. NOE 1 TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic You can feel safe in giving Cardui a thorough trial. It is composed of mild, vegetable, medicinal ingredients, recognized by standard medical books for many years, as being of great value in the troubles from which only women suffer. The enthusiastic praise of the thousands of women who have been helped by Cardui in its past 40 years of successful use should assure you of its genuine merit, and convince you that it would be worth your while to try this medicine for your troubles. All druggists sell it. R. H. MILLER J LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, 0eis y Phospha'e recommrnded by D' 1?. H Jacobsop c)ntains phos phae suiii as are prescribed by liadi through ut the and it will be found most woi ct v ' f rm for treating patients pliy-icians I Special Notice. The Argo "" .! e vict-pieside- Nervous Dyspepsia, Stem am troubles, Bram Fags, and Nervous Prostration. It will youthful vim and vigor, and build up the whole body If your druggist will not supply you with Argo Phosphate, send $1 .00 for two weeks treatment, to Argo Laboratories, St., 10 Forsyth rvtlat.ta, Ga. 'WJiy dent you even Cas laugh at my joke?" Cam. "Because I was brought op to respect old age a nd feebleWith re-we- CALL ION US if you need anything f Kentucky i in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty PHONE Try Cardui J.T4 39 HHMXEZZXI ZX? ness." ; ?g 1X22X1 .jBK MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Kv. Mar 18, 1917 99 79 : jp 'Mo. 7" vne went' loCommunl. wifh SIGNAL ' , v7 f. 5? 1EW, Uvitv'Lic 4 NttNviui P CI vIE R Co. TABLE. 5 'il ucrtn 2i .j.rtn V6 lo p m 3:56 a m Zl outh South f n:44an 12:13 a m Patriotic The Rockcste League is in receipt of congrat ulatory letters from Governor .'n,..r"t at the it Vrrmm, Ky. Stanley, Senator Beckham and mail matter. s nnd others complimenting the memtheir giound. Danville, list week, a chestnut bers of the league for the good AL S P Hay for Sale: I have just work being done. Rockcastle mare for the personal use of Wheeler 'e dvs was up from Col. Teddy Roosevelt. recieved three car loads of good was the first county to organize. hay which Wl11 be solJ a Lebanon Jumtion Dr. Kehr and party of London The Rockcastle Fiscal Court Umis Cooper was in London imssedihru Mt Vernon Mcndav ,uwes- Pnce Psiw. in session here Monday appro W.-M nday h Mckenzie tradn g afternoon driving four new autos priated money to buy a large in of the new Chevrolet make They Mr aid Mrs. J Fish were United States tiig to b placed HELP WANTED. on a staff of the cupolo .of the Cincinna'i this week. drove thru from Flint, Michigan Man to shoe horses and repair Court House. This flag will be Mrs Walt-Robins is with Every member of Rockcastle buggies. Call or see the same size as the one raised a i w days tela lives here for Fiscal Court and. two hundred Ed Dkatherage, by the Juniors at the Graded Mis tt B. Reinke spent a other of our county citizens will Mt Vernon, Ky. High School building last per ion of the weeK in Louisville. t end the Boon- e- Dixie High Mav. 18 3T. Saturday and wi'l be raised Sat Mi ses Hoje and Dot V.oigan, vay meetings at Berea today and Patriotic meetings were held lay June 2nd, about 2 PM of East I'erusta .t seut Sunday Richmond tonight at Oak Hill and Pine Hill during Every citizen of the county las heic. Mrs Christine Bradley South, the week. Enthusiastic and in an in this flag and interest ti L F'ppers n an oil man was-i- laughter of ex Governor Braalev, terested hearers greeted the should be present at the raising iu he-iduiing the was one of the speakers in the speakers on each occasion. Th. from M usiual: Wednesday evening ng we- k of the Mississippi Val- - patriotic work in the co inty it the Presbyterian church y uffri4ist Ass iciation at Col U G. Baker its good effect already an xmi a p rtion of the recital by the music ere long we expect to see grea tubus. Ohio, last week. ih wcik iu L uisvilte bu m, upils of Miss Virginia Bradley g. (Wis When you purchase canned and lasting good as the result Each of the dozen or more young C F Rice Sr . and p.r coeds, d nt fail to get the 4 H COMMENCEMENT adies and girls, who performed, mo o ed up from I ivm&st .n Wet. i' and, put up by our hme can-iivere enthusiastically appTauded. SCHEDULE m sday clubs. These products are The music department ,has been Baccalaureate Set men, Sunda Mrs Tip I anyfo d. who is. in a irt class in every resp?ct. You very decided success and the at Christian Church, by Dr. A. P hen get the best and lend busty I continues i matrons will be glad to know thai and assistance to Lyon, 1:00 p.m. ini.ro- e diss Bradly will be with us again Senior p!ay, Mondav night 7:30 oral enterpiise. On sale at V'l-- s Luh Vic o is lext year. This marked the be ro.ery stores Eighth Grade Commencement ,'inning of the closing exercise. h'- 'istr, Mrs Ina St Clrir 1 . .v i g on . f Langdon Memorial. To night There is 01. e patriotic thing we Tuesday, 2:30 p m Fxerci-es,Tue- s N rs ill take place the operetta and to Maranda Phil ips. of Wil an a'l do. That is to buy at Commencement day, 7:4.S p- m. Address, J. L uotrow night commencemem eriously sic die h. len ver ome and keep our mo iey in cir roper. The baccalaureate ser ter 'he past week ulation at home as much as ixs J lark. nonjSunlay night, will be the b'e And the local dea'er can Flag Raising: The flig pn Noe and Jack La wren Langdon Memorial ha?-lalose mionstrat his own patriotism sented by fhe Junior order is no hi e r.cei el the .dig ee of th. another successful year, keeping his price down as waving lover the Graded Schnc. "orif r et iion t.imeis .vhich is not only very gratifying Every little building . A large crowd wa iich a possible H . Fiitli. Piof Pilkent . elps. both ways present on last Saturday to pai .0 the management of that mos J R VJa-- s and Fulien Franc s xcellent institution, but also to Th wvre up from Brodue d Wed Indications are that congress ticipate in the exercise. he many friends et the school. lusday. g ling to g've its conseny to Junior order met at the lodg A. H. Hamlin shipped last Fri C. J. Stppleani John Eversoi Ro sevel to take an expedi room and mirched to the gradec school where the prog am as at ay to C B. Shafer of Lexington of London, passed narv fo ce to the t Trenches in thru h ossibly the best fersey cojvever Wednesday enroute home with "rnce Everybody except Con ranged was carried out. Prel Lyon, Mr. S F. Bowman an the county. Mr. Hamlin new Jeffry car ress have given their consent Rev H T. Young ought the cow from Judge En Jude G M Ballard was N me time ago firmly believing i'- - talks. The girls ofmade shot rle of McKee for which he paid Langdo e proet thing. F firt of the week look 9J. sch el sang a number of patrioti ug alt r reduci on of Roc casi) T in Din ley suggest. thatRork songs. The Junior order is o e Mr. John Hamlin, age 81 died asst ssni. n rise stle s o can li 'ates join in and of our most patriotic organizatior atber suddenly at his home at a tent and pursue their n Mrs. Walkr Miller has be nrcliase and their mission will not hav daretburg Monday. y vass jointly. It would sa e bet-- fulfilled un'il the with her aunt. Mrs. Marano stars an ilit-- , who is ve y se.i msly d farm rs time and the aggre-t- i ie Hi Mrs Charley Adams, dud at stripes are flea ing to the breez-ve- r m ou d live on ground hog for the past weec ter home at Sparks Quarry Sat every public school hou-i- n nd greens, thereby cutting down lam if Th xnpson, who hs b lrday, after an illness lasting a the United States. xp t ses. in New York and oth r Eastei ear. The deceased had dropsy The Rockcastle Fiscal court ogether with other trouble.- cities for the past ytar, relume The Gr ded sc'10 I chnppel wis many of our citizens, i home last night he was a daughter of Mr. amixed to its toll seating capacity and Mrs T 0. OMara and brigh evening to witness the pri automobiles, vehicles rigs horse ist is W M. Arnold and beside back and afoot, are attendim er parents leaves a husband and little ous are witli her pa.ent lary and giade pup Is. There the meetings of the friends n even raall Dr and Mrs. A G Lovell for children. Tne burial ias never been an exetcise given the Boone-DixiHighways a jook place at the Adams bury nr the school that few wteks visit was more Berea and Richmond toda N rs C. H. ng ground near Cove statiou. noroughly ei joyed than the one will leave foi vbite Large dalegations will be presen u last evening. See 'scheduU Mt i armel. Hi., ibis alternoon t County Court Clerk S. RBow from Cincinnati, Covington, Wil Isewhere in this issue for the spend a few davs with Jr. White liamstown, Georgetown, Lexing nan has received notice from the alance of the program. She wiH spenu the summer in Mi at? department that only nine ton, Madison County, Mt.Vei Vernou. sheep claims Judge L. W. Bethurum has non, London, Corbin, Barbours jut of the thirty-fiv- e Chas C Davis returned frn illowed would be paid. The ville, Pineville, een appointed official aostractor Middlesboro Winch, ster last 2 igiit to live an. eason for refusing to pay these r The Federal Land Bank, of Cumberland Gap and Knoxville die in Mt Vernon. Charley sa i laims is due to the delay in ap misville. Ky., District No. 4 One of the chief questions to b t 11 his inquin- g friends that h vhL-- district includes Tennessee brought before the meeting is th raising the sheep. The law is logether oul and bed. as goot. Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio He o cation et 'he highway between says the sheep shall be apprais as when he left, but mig ity gla will abstract titles et the lmd Laurel and Rockcastle county am i the same day they are ki.led to le back home. of any person in the district who the manner of raising finance Those who havt been refuse pay in this case, waited all the Miss Bern ce Landrum, wh wants a loan from this bank for finishing the same is teaching inAiizona, left Tuc This appointment came to the Cincinnati and all cities north way from a weelc to a m mth to son on Tuesday for a visit to Mt Judge unexpectedly and without of Berea send their delegates it go before the proper officer, with Vernon home folks She should s licitation on his part, the first automobiles There will be sev the required number of witnesses tonight or tomorrow. Dis knowledge of his bein considei eral hundred machines iu line. 'o make out appraisment. The arrive state officials have taken a 231h miles with only twe id for the appointment or that tance Hon. Elisha Bullock, Represen very rigid stand al! over the state changes, one at New Orleans and there was a position of that kind bein a letter from the Registrar tative from Rockcastle and Laurel for the 'reason that in the past the other at Louisville. Misses Louana Whitehead and mtorraing him of his appoint counties, is in the city this week many sheep were paid for that on business. Mr. Bullock play- were never seen by a dog. The folRuh Landrum will go to Louis ment. ed a conspicuous part in the re lowing is a list of those whose ville Saturday morning to meet Cox & Mullins, our enterprising cent sessions of the Legislature, claims will be paid. Those who Miss Miss Bernice Landrum, who and up barbers, have just and rendered able and distinguish- had sheep claims, whose names has been in Arizona the past sev installed running water and by ed services. He is one of the do not appear iu this list will be enteen months, teaching among next week will have their bath most widely known men in the refused payment because of the the Indians. They will return tub in readiness. Their new shop State, and his name has been fre- irregularity in filing apprais the first of next week. Miss in Fish's brick is now ment list and number of as ur quently connected with greater sheep is The follows: Jerry GrifLandrum will return to Arizona as as any to be found and after a short vacation with her it comes to a good hair when honors. Mr. Bullock is devoted fin 2. J. M lAdams 1, R E. Al cut or to the mountain people, and on bright 1, W. H. Chasteen i, W.C. par uts. clean, easy shave, take it from us floor of the House of Represen- Dowell i, D Cummins 1, Jas. PenJohn f. Landrum will leave right now, that there is no use of tatives he was a courageous ad nington 1, .J F. Jennings 2. for the navy shortly after his passing either Cox or Mullins, vocate of their interests. Repre- Tne Rev- George S. Watson sister arrives. thinking you will find one better. sentative Bullock was a pleasant wiu" arrive this afternoon for the These gentlemen have gone to con caller at The News office, exercises of and Commencement siderable expense to install the said to us: T want to see LOCAL Langdon Memorial. He will the the bath outfit, and with every- - home of The News, for the paper preach the Baccalaureate sermon ... .l; .A. The Goveirment Department llllUKs saunurv as 11 IS OOSSlble that vmi nnt in '; U a o j 7V" "" " ucKiiiMion is a ' ... :. .L. . . no . ' " iu rW . buuiui auuuay f TTi:Hioc A,n.,s . i w ",aKe " inere I8 ,onger aQy wonder. I have come in ' 8 P. M. contact at Fish heie Monda oxx tsh which excuse for the "titr-cuD,r ., ; bath ;. CQ,.i """- -f iweuuy, ana were turned kse in Renfro and which yon have so severely criti- it is certainly an attractive FOR FLETCHERS Rounditone Creeks. cised in the past. sheet. "Somerset News. as. Landrum. Agent. . Roofing is t hoaper "now. Two New silk waist patterns at grades at Dkummond's DruMMOnD'S store. Remember tht- flag raising ai Several of our pretty girls are Court House June 2nd. hecomming expert auto drivers. Kat salt fish to cts per pound Fresh meats and and vegeta Get tliem at DuhmmoNds. bles, coming daily at DkUm MOND'S. Some fifty tourist have passed thru this place within last six Mt Vernon has three mills None for weeks in autos. for grinding corn. Horse and mule feed and hog whfat. Gasoline power is used meal is cheaper than corn, bet- Today and tomorrow will be held the examination for county teach- ter for stock, at Drummond's. ers' certificates The board are The big flag furnished by FisW I. Dooley and D. G. Bullock. cal Court, which is to be raised over cour house on June 2nd, is Tt ic hoiipvpil iViut mira than Oi. exhibition iu the store of J. half the m?n use a cuss word or Fish & Son two upon mashing or burning The Mt Vernon Fair Associaa finger or n ug of other tion has contracted with W. H. small accidents Owens of Spiru for lumber to Koger r.TTT" General TT, Williams pur construct new amphitheater on chased from Macf Hughes, of L. - Every man with a family should Why not f protect protect it. your family with a Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance policy? See W H. Fish. local agent. I All the produce you have, eggs and chickens in particular. Will pay highest prices in cash. Wanted: FVPKLaBftBtw WAR AND W. A. j Mckenzie. The Juniors will place a large United States flag on the Brod-hea- d Graded School Saturday afternoon May lqth. The Jun ior lodge at this place and the one at Otlando are both inter BUSINESS It takes at least a year to train a modern army so that it is ready for active duty. Time and experience are two vital factors in the construction of a powerful army. In times of war, when the strength of the army is given its severest test, the responsibility for the handling of the forces is placed upon the shoulders et men of the longest and most successful exper ience those men who have been under fire and who have had training during many years of active service. ested in this flag. - Once again time and experience play a most important part. For thirty years Fish's have been on the firing line, and with these many years of experience in the men's furnishing goods business back of our buying, merchandising and selling organization, we are well equipped at this critical period to give you the best in all we have to offer service . n VA er - m-ii- wa.-wfiv-en -- merchandise and LET US SERVE YOU. Our 'phone No. is 27 and is always working. Use it. Luii!e - 1 1 1 vi-dti- Cw! r"n"" V - lrJr Je d THE CASH STORE mmBMHHHMBMBB3BUaKBi: JEST REMEDY FOR WHOOP- ING COUGH. "Last winter when my littleloy had the whooping cough I gave him Chamberlains Cough Rem ?dv," writes Mrs J. B. Roberts. East St Louis, III "It kept his ;ough loose and reliev d of those Ireadful coughing spells It is the oniy cough medicine I keep m the house because I have the most confidence in it " This remedy is also good for colas nd croup. r n 1 1 nk-or- t ROUND TRIP FARE NEWOPLEANS $21.12 1, CM) ti-n- e from JUNCTION CITY -- SOUTHERN Tl( KETS RAILWAY SYSTEM '. MftjrSM FXTENSJON PRIVILEGE By .k;(.it uf tirket not later than May31t of deposit and pa v ment of fl at FINAL RETURN LIMIT KX I'KNDKI) to reach Junction City, prior to midnight of June J oth Tickets, train service. Pullman reservations and detailed information regarding extension privilege on application C. B. HARBCRSON, LOCAL TICKET AGENT, JUNCTION CITY. KY. M. C. KING, DIVISION PASSENGER AGENT, LEXINGTON. KY. ON BALI, MAV II, IS, 14, 15 AND 16, 1917 FINAL RETURN" LIMIT n re;ich .Junction ( 'ity, prior to midnight of -- e Li p jFa! i: Tits Well Wears Weu OOO OOO mm mm mm WF4 - h MATERIALS OF QUALITY COMBINED WITH PERFECT TAILORING MAKE SHIELD BRAND CLOTHING THE MOST POPULAR LINE TO DAY- - THE NEW DESIGNS NOW ON DISPLAY IN 'SHIELD BRAND' CLOTHING FOR MEN ARE THE BEST MODELS WE HAVE EVER HAD. DROP IN AND SEE THEM w $ SUPERIOR $1500 $1500 Clean, Strong and Safe The standing oi a Bank is detert nder which it operjiiity and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record it" 15 years of successful banking, and the coorteous treatment extended to all, are its best mined by the law ates. aid by Um recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of Mt. Vernon M -- T WILL BE A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOV to-da- te - V1T VERNON, KY. W. GRAVELY Brodhead, Ky. E. rM tin 0-0-- 0. to-da- te OOO emu rnys will dnd many people - - JT i...l: . PcKrla. ". ,ar uniiciren urv .j 'Don't think too much of your own 'methods. Watch other people's ways and learn from them. " This is good advice, especially when bilious or constipated You SOME GOOD ADVICE. CASTORIA who use Chamberlain's Tablets for these ailments with the best results,and will do well to follow their Mirages at sea recently proved disastrous to sh ps in Australian wavrs. Phautom land lured the schooner Kona to a grave on the beach at Kangatoo Island, Australia. A hydrographic report rnTT 'IE Texas Wonder cores kMtny uxl ladder troubles, dissolves rrarel. cures also says that the schooner tbetes, weak and lame backs, rheuma-tiira all irregularities of the and Marston nearly fell victim to- a Maddei dIn both men and women. kidneys sold If not by yom lirurcist. will be sent by mail on remirage of land, steering towards ceipt of it. One mall bottle Is two months' atme: and seldom perfect euro. the supposed shore u nil .he mis- irend for t tetimonials fails tothis anda other from States. L E. W. Hall. S (lhe Strw, take was discovered. Soidby , t 1 a - iCLoals.i.x r ..0 nijii Condensed Report WATCH to the US Banking Commission GROW. WITHER S Of i'i B- - J. L. Arnold , r. PEO lE5 STATE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION AS OF APRIL 10, J9I7. r n :&u&?$ ASS ET 5 LOANS BANKING HOUSE, Etc., OTHER REAL ESTATE, DU2 FROM BANKS CA5H ON HAND, 35.SS3 4 6.5D.C0 438.42 wJ I 0 3.383.59 i 1 r 3i a n 6 '7 INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, C LIABILITIES I m tPITAL STOCK, 112 02S.75 10,000.00 i uiiiuuiiv.wo iui jaiit.i is calling on the coun- To merchants of ..'ackson THK RFPfBl.If'ANS O ty this week juhn Lake was Rockcastle County: through the tltst of the week on I hereby announce myself as a his way to Whiiloy to buy she candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle for the Richmond ma'ket. Dr County, Kentucky, subject to the Cornelius, of Hereaj was in this; action of the Republican party as Mel-- ' expressed at the poles on August part the first of the week vin Barnett is on the sick list this 4 1917 In roing this I think I am able week. Dr. Penning n, of Mt. y to handle th office and should the Vrrnon, mwt, iii this part Tue-tfitt-efcftary and FJv.a v'ullins pee le see cause to nominate and Attended Mi.iday school at R' d elect Mr, I will pro nise vou that Hill. Sunday, and tpentJUM after- I will make a ailer that wi be a toen with Misses Mabel and Ol ie credit to yon and the county at Bul'ock.-Ln- vd Ueglev and little larSe- a wel! as UJVS lf witn wrtm ha(l '" nan ' nZ s n. of AtvilUs were in this patt f'xP rnce 1 I hav, hat more Sunday and Monday -- Kstill Mnl- - Prisoners ie,,ce t,)an "v "tner CH ,d,d ,e was in Mt. Vem . Uttnrday P as ting f r th s orncH ami eel th t f hi- and Sunday, thfl guent ct-rati-f I could hmdle them uncle, J. H Cummins, a'so g aid-pa- r -t ato the pa lie as w tn nts, Mr a id Mrs. A Cummins f as I ' ave t.een juil-Price rf L''el Green, prisoners, n and have c unty one ter is eMtin 'is sister, Mrs F K. the d hree er ir I veir as a Lillie Mullinl ti is week. Mi-s l ry r ap the State Mnllins sp nt Sun lay evening piintment of tinvern r V' () with her eiuhis, MiMM S M i tiradley. a id ha comri itf 124 ?:lll men all and Ada Mulin- - i-d:ai ! that live So I thi a. m , Ma? llth. the nifenl Win. wt h uuile men know just rt'nrtr. She was interred in t'e when ihey aropndon rs and H VTullins T? X -- t Contents 15 Fluid actori CASTOR For Infants and vHdren. - I'proiyj p. ! . Mothers Know That Genuine Alw '.ys Cas-orla d a WC'v ' - I km 'ID v Air.OHOL-- 3 PER cent. Alc!abIcPrcparaionfar.s . ... Jit.r..jhi;l?.-oi- y cinn iHU " JJIlllIK". l'.'liHJU iws-a - ThcreroTrorxiinDtion Ccr fulness ami kcstCor.ta'Jt -- SSS 15 I Bears the xv h J a . Signature of MineraLNoTAKCOTtr neither ; I r ... hhn, fJ ft Im ' 1 0 k -- j,!nfi.!RcmefrTor i1 19 11 11 -- GonSlipcna:,dDiarrttoea. and H. 1 -U- 1 . '"!. a r?sulUr.refrjRll,fanC Sieri,01" fac-Simil- c LossofSll-- FiK 0 Midli'is ' in vimr yro'ind. j fry V Iver Me.-idi- -s SURPLUS FUND, UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 4,000.00 jh fc,tt turn et , V S U. G. Baker, Pres. F.L.Thompson, Jr., Cashier Floya E. Miller, Ass't Cashier W. J. Sparks, DIRECTORS: Judge LW.Bcthurum, S.D.Lewis, John C GrifHn, U. G. Baker, and W. J. Sparks Vice-Pre- s. OFFICER 9 137, 57 1.29 1 i pi her hosbtnd and little son she ' ;tv.'s an ;i d mo her, s r ra' brothers and sist rs t mourn s. -- Tnnre will b s.- -- cs atd Sun at Cave Kids.'- -, -- atn-d da--Fondue ed lv Rev rNder -Mrs Q .A 1. n h d h r arm very badly sprained a few riavl jro. as she was alighting from the mule she was ru'ing. She fell strik'njr Mr and her weight gainst it Fn-Mnhins, Mr and 1r. J. Mrs 0 Gr ftin motored over to Rich mend, Sunday. Master Andrew l . fur er stitI - ihw4 ma i til ti'li am askinir I th-- I i te- -t rHECEVT'-0- tin Yv in icy a id I h vbatn a Republic in and f ui lor tj. R puili.tm principle w n - tr h in a vVi. (Jus Thiriji r. 1 v:. ers It - 1aegvA tsct CoDy ifcj, c ,Uilty VVHS o()U lll;,j h-- ru ,. t , rtai rtie, Qf hefTd the mv opponents were now aSk to b t'te hi rd battles I ha e Mri f- of "V wmmm WSTjI j T 1 I 3 I jTi 4i.7u r Roberts, of Conk burr. is with his friend, Willie Roberts, this week. The frost did considerable damage to gardens in this part, Sunday nig'it. the past ter the Repu'liMn parly, ill potiibljf br the last as this I will tv-- r seek, on acc'uur office f my iig-- ; hen oung r m-- n can take my place. I would like the support of every Kepub Rockc stle Cou j. hcan in whether I g t to ste them or net. I am calling on all. Respectfully yours, 1 fu ht in BOUND TRIP ROUND TRIP Lexington Atlanta $I3.70 JUNE 4 and 5 limited L le .June 14 J MUSCLE !.rT WyiflW.Hfci i..l!53a'i i'li i.j,' if., L. Arnold. fflWKFW VVMFi&C ; SORKNESS $420 JUNE 1st LIMITED T FROM DATE N' . , V . v 1. MiSiL.' . r- - - I : i i! : 1."H,, rWt' VvJi.EiWktf 1EW!Bm.m& &5if t ?x fc?;'r hi . i'liu! i'.l I" .ri .r.-. n s ' ; 111 i RELIEVED l 1 i im fil! lirlaBLf iSl E3HI IMS i; NiS'lil ':.t:;iiliMi ciHIra i( IflHl i ii I , i'i ' :: !B WPi: .iii FiK.jii'ii: s:iiml ir;: ure:fi iikvj: .; m : ;:- :-" Hift' DTk1 ,!cr , ti :in i i ,if.iituu.;wTsnriii w n. rKliilt r...,miai.KHBi ra nmmiMwwurn ntirijna hw iit-tn kyiiKiwrar - Unusual work, bending and lifting or strenuous exercise is a strain on the muscles, thvy tore and stiff, you are crip pled and in pain Sloan's Liniment brii gs you quick rel ef. easy to apply, it penetrates withbe-iiim- 3 1MYS e KS.LE L. & R.R. accoun r Spring Race Meeting Douglass Park Lfunei ON. B.C. ACCOUNT out rubbing and drives out th A clear liqu d. cleaner soreness than ninssv plaster or ointments, it do s not st in th-- skin or log the pores Always have a b .tth handy for the pams aches f r n m a ti in. ffur, lumbago grippe, bru ses s iffiHss. hackache and II exernal pain At al1 drug iiso, 25c i i ucrvty uuu National Baptist Sund' y School & ,ulB.V.P.U(colored h-- M .il 'tfifii. 1 M 'f'jiflffll lifMlltVi III EKS SALE. Rockcastle CtKCoiT Court. COM MISSION B. I UNDERTAKES Our line of is unexcell.i Hand-made- 1 H. V : Powell. Piaintifl !ouch C'anlMti fhns furnisher o all) arts et COMMIISSIONHRS SALE, T J "f'frfffr 'ff'ff ' II ' David CoLk, Dec'd, &c, Defendants Niceley, Admr of ' I I Off I j Mm M'fffWf'i Twenty Million Tires in 1917 "" 111 v i SYAV5 WvW By virture of a judgment am order of ale of the Rockcast 1 i Circuit Court, rendered at th Apr Term, lgl7. thereof, in the above cause. I shall proceed to o tVr fo in Mt I I arse sent the County. All Phone 3.--d srs by Nre Promptlv Filled s;le at court Vernon. Ky. to huse I dK e htg es 94-- S p7 mm I rmmJl nited States Tires stand out unmistakably amen; vast number. Only service could give to United States Tires their versal popularity and tremendous sales, super-servic- e m1 V.iii-. 4 which means to you lowest anti-ski- d mile- - M tt.WUWl mm Mil asc cost, highest skids, efficiency from all four anti- - Ml mi IBM WM ' T.:!,ct United S'n' and T.re . ....ones Have .V th. Sterling IVortt ,,. i Wear that I fake L' nited States Tires Supreme. supreme resiliency and elasticity. The man who uses United States Tires knows and he has told what he knows about United States Tires through vast sales increases, that United States Tires are the tires of 1 UlMll ' 7"ir I AJ 0 'AfoW or Every Prif on J TAa.V Corrf' lllill Iff iaWW f United States Ti res Are Good Tires .....QllSaRdllrf If j.nBnnnnnnnn r.jiri wwnwnnnnnnniinitrnnT i I 'Koe' 'Ltoe' VaaV pijj f P r v ' M v to 1 i i ps m Nt ,pu Ivfissi Minoj mm o rv w:m v i i ' '' v fe rnnn nnni; vr.M in ....niift.' . ...unnnr ?'i in.. ;Jiii : i .I "wiiaauiiii-jBiiiiiiii.ii'"'""- uimu - mI,1i liiilESl?. nimwag&i up iUiii-iirf;- v.- c ..in ,"i'' United States Tires are carried by the following Sales and Servcie Depot five types of limited fcuu-- Tires exautiy suitf uur needs BRYANT who can fell you which of the BROS and best b'dder, at pubic auc 88 ttou on Mon ay, May 2Hth, 1017, heing regular 'ounty Court day 7.00Jan 20, 1916. or siil county, between the For the purchase pric" th pnr hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 chaser must execut bond wiih o'cl ck p. m . up n a credit of approved surety, beirin? legal m terest fioin day f sale un'il pii six months, the following describ and havinij the f n-- a id effe t of ed proot rty, i judgm t re nt Bidder will promptly wti A tract of and in Roclrcati' pand to comply nd .1 .ckson Countus, Kentucky, these terms G. S. Griffin, M C. on the old Sta;e lioad and bound ed as follows: PROPER FOOD FOR WEAK Begiuning on a chesnut and STOMACHS. dogwood in line of Jack Scott Thtr proper food fo;" one mm about 150 yds. sou heast of said nay be all wrontr f r another Scott's house, on point of a ridge; thence a straight line sou beast Every on should ad p a diet to a dot wood near the t-- of the suited to his age and ccnpaiion ridg. ; thence ncrthtast to a black Ttiose who have weak s oiiiach-i- ed t be especially catetul and walnut on the top of the cliff; thence with the ehff and held h n d eat slowlv t.n . mast'eate arourd with the fiel to th- - south-a-- t their fx d thorough'v It h also corner of Russell Howard's important that thev keep thir ! h n they be- fie d, at the top at the ridg ; owels regu ar. ".. r wh-- n t'ev a traight line crossing t e come constipated th nee ' Ko.d to a black oak on the feel dull and stupid after eat ng, State s east side s de of the road; thence they should take Chamb-rlai- n to a white Tablets to strengthen the stem south with siid road o?k and double gum. a distance ach and move the bowels. They of 660 ft.; thence a straight line, are easy to take and peasant in same direction, to the branch in effect. the hollow; thence dowu the hollow to a beech, thence north to Morgan Fau bush's line; thence with said Fau bush's line, cross McKinley JKirbv ofth'S place iiig the State Road, to two large Rev. thence with the same has moved to Mt Vernon white oaks; and down the creek to Jack Carmical filled his regular apScott' line; thence with the same pointment at Hawk Creek Satur to the beginning, containing 80 day and Sunday Rev. Thomas sufficient Clifford filled his regular app int acres, more or less, oi thereof to produce tne sum of ment at Hopewell Saturday and , 100 00 with legal interest from Sunday Mr. 'and Mrs. 1914, until paid, and Kirby sre t Frid y n ght 00 with legal interest from with !vr and Mrs James Ar $150 January 20, 19U, until paid, sub L ld. Raleigh and Hu-the ject to the following cred;ts: -two mall thiMren of Kev Cr t irst note $d oo Jan. 27. 1915; mi a' are num' e ed with the si. k second note 9 .00 Jau 27, i915, this week. Mi.-enme Burk, of 1 e to-wi- W. A. COX, VERNOX, S"S M I . KY Mt. Vernon sent Sunday with Miss Hattie Carmical at th:s P' ce t: CASTOR Always bears the Signature of I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years CAAcz7&&Aylt 1 ROAD TO H PPINESS. Be am aSe, heerful and good natured and you are much more lik ly to b- - happy You will rind tiis difficult it not impssi-ble- , however, wh n you are constantly troubled with constipaTulU ' l'ka.kapl.i.'J T K tion : '' lets and iret rid of that and it wl'l be easy These . tablets not oniv move the ihiwi's, but un- prove the apa-ti'- .. and strenjrth- vr en the digestion. e " HO PE WELL Km James Winslead FOK Jailer. I 1 promise a faithful administra-tiif elected. I ask you to judge o my future by my past record. McKtn-.lanuary2- GET RID OF YOUR RHEUMATISM. Now s the t me to get-riof your rheumatism You will find ( ham'! Iain's Liniment a greatf which it affords hep THhis alone worth uiaiiy times its d n-li-. h-- y hi a CUbt- -