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Mount Vernon signal: May 25, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917052501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 25, 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. t1 i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY III law ji MT. VERNON. MfflllA KY . ESTABLISHED 1887 POLO ME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, FRIDAY. MAY 25 1917 SEE THE SEE THE r. i Tkt NTMHkR 36 POPUIAK EXCURSION . Hi PaBaaaaBl CADET i NORFOLK w tbk5 bSeCc'IHviSI ; I . as IN t Last IN TAN and BLACK Walk-Ove- r ttNK NARK "'n"""J Round Trip CINCINNATI S 1 .21! From Junction City 5,iAY VIA Fare CHERRY TAN SUNDAV, 27th, 1917 Walk Over IIIIT SOUTHEHN RAILWAT SYSTEM Sprrinl Train Lmvph Junction City at 5t35 A. M. Itrtuminit Spe.-iiiTrain Laawaa ineinnati at liilO P. M. aMaaai Cin.ir.nu:i -. Ilia ii ha a 1. imi . Av' ,j. U itm,U, irion in application to :. B. II AMattHM, Laaal Tick! J..etioa CJly H. ('. KlMi. Faaaaaaaw LaaaaSaaai k,. l Btt.USttllHIPllDIHiaitf' . .; .., but we were lucky to buy several thousand dollars worth at last year's prices. fall uUili Were we to buy shoes today from the factory we could not possibly sell at the prices we are asking, hence a Aiinn 4DOF1T Divi-.io- SHOES BaaaaaaaBBBv .rnt. A.i. 3( W. H. CARMiCAL Jj V ' ft -- rrv'" r t.-.l .H saafl J PI of Rockcastle County: laSS I announces tot ASSESSOR To THE :.- w.i Miss Lucy Mink xn- u Mis, Urtry Price as was w H.v.vd: Carmical a (I WiMon. ualU' ui v ihi- - iif ttach the school at v.ar Mrs. CD .s. this place spent relatives vi SAVING WORTH WHILE by us is also shared by O jr orders for low shoes were placed last made E. R. GENTRY To In his announcein int, mv opponent for ilu Ripublic.n nomi nation for county attorney m ide so ue reflection on my record as an official. I take it from what he said and it is understood, generally that he w.sh is to uphold th-- i pre-en- t administration, by saying th.t I am wrong, thus endorsing the extravagmt, u ibusiness like and expenditure of the peoples money, condemned in my annoum-men- t 1 expect to prove to the people in this campaign that I have U all times endeavored to protect their interests and despite the fact tint I have been hmdicipped in the enforcement of the law, t sincerely fied to do my duty. My opponent is at liberty, as is y vo.er of the codnty, to examine closely my official acts, and if ji he wishes to shield those vvh are reiily for the present Condition of Jaffairs in this countv, by placing the blame on me as his announcment would indiote, I am ready to defend my record before the peop'a and substantiate every statement I have made. T will be remembered, Mr. Thompson, that you have an of tidal record, having be 3n elected by the peple to represent them in the Kentucky Legislatu e. It will be remembered that you were elected that ou were elected on a dry platform, running with a dry candidate for governor a,nd Irom a dry district compsel of the counties of Rockcastle and Laurel, and yet v'ou goto Pranki'ort and in 'he face of all you vio'ated every principle of prohibition and local option. You were elected on a platform adopted bv the great republican party, and sol dly su jpor'ed by your consume ic ; a Ed C. O' Rear, platform on which our great stood aid a idatform which vou said in your campa;gn was big enough for ou to stand on. That platform pledged yo.i to support the County Unit Hill, yet ir the face of all that when tne final test came you be t rayed the liust the people had placed in you and voted against the iUL When you entered the legislature, we ha J a law in this state which if it were in effect now, not one drop of intoxicating liquor could be shipped into this county. You introduced and made a fiht for a bill to opeal that law prohibiting the shipment of whisk-ainto dry territory, and as a result of its repeal, the WeVi Kenyon aw is of no effect in this state. Is that keeping faith with a coa-- s ituency who elected you on a drv platform and expected vou to i and by our great lead rs who fram'.d tint pi a form, supp rted by iM people? A min's future can only be ju iged bv his past, and I im willing to place my recor I al ne;sid i of vours and let 'he Repub icans of this county siy who ha FAILED, either as public offl;ials, s trvants of th3 p.op'.e; oiuai private career as citizens of the c unty Mr Thompson has a's been saying he hoped I would raise he question of his eligibility to this offic. If it we-- for my own ntcre-- t alone I would n t mention this, but after studying the mit 1 er over carefullv, I un o iivii j velfirj of the repuoli- it ti an party in t'tis c untv a 1 th i vj.1i liDy of t'l i p irty's n nnt-iat- i m or County Attorney is at stake I have the very be it eal talent in th? state an l hive theii le'.t tr in mv office. It is 'heir uianimous Ofitt-oIbatif Mr TbonSoi sh uld oenominattd nd elected, he cou id n ver q i f as Jority ttorney and the of ice wtiich rightfu'ly belongs to a repiblicin would g to a dem rat. The constituti m of ICitaccy is plat o i this subj ii an 1 can e read by anv one wishing to investigate Section 100 provides hat a person to bi eligible to the ..th;.; of Cou ity Attorney, must e a rsideit if the coui ty ne year next preceding his election. I now challenge Mr. Thompson to the republicans of this county how he can voe iu Bell county on Novamber 7th, I9I6. theu be a resident of this county for one year tin November 0th iqi7, when the next regular election will be held. Unless he can do that he is not eligible, and is putting the whole party in bad light y trying, to secure this nomination. His action shows cleirly that he is only trying to further his own selfish purpose and is willing to hazard the interest of the republican party to do so. I appeal to you to supportf me in this race and show o the people of Rockcastle county that you approve clean government, sobri ety in office and strict, but fair and impartial enforcement of the tw. 1 expect to see each voter duiine- the camoaism. but should I c? t ? 'ail to see or have a talk with you, your vote and influence will be appreciated . Yours truly, y e the Republican-Voter- s you. FOR MEN AND BOYS, Engligh and Staple Last PRICES $2. to $6. French Heels FOR WOMEN, English, Baby-Dol- l, PRICES $2 to 5. FOR CHILDREN, Pumps & Baby-DolPat. & Gun l, White-Sho- es Big line cf white rubber shoes, in Oxfords and High Shoes, for men and women p. L SUTTON & McBEE so f THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE IN THIS TOWN order to insure the success o le the administration of the foe wi h volunteers. filled supplies of the country, I an The ndepetid-n- t responsioili cmfiient tht the exercise 0 y of the food admi is ration di- - those powers will be necessar rec ly uud-- the President, with only in the f w cases when the ci.opf ratio of the g.eat ad some snll and se'fish minorit mirabie organizi'ion of the de proves unwilling to put the na p.rtraent of commerce, the Fed tion's interests above personal eral trade commision and the advantage, and that the whol country will heartily suppoit railroad executives." uPll The object sou ht to be served Mr' Ho,ver's efforts b m the accessary voluntar by the Ration asked for are: Full inpuirv int. the existing aRencies thraout the country for aviil.ble stock of foodstuffs and the intell,ent control of foot in o the costs" and practices of Consdmption and securing th the various food producing and cooperation of the most capabl dstr.bJfn, tr des; the proven- - leadcr of lhe VGr interests roes anectei mat tie exer tion of a' unwarranted ho.rd r as they mav be, That all imp tint pstas sh ill POLO STATED r i Unwarranted Hoarding To Be Prevented ; Supplies Will Be Reqristioned and Prices Ma; Be Established. s;fks Quairy spent Having c iMilifd.vn or tight n jht and Sunday with R,. public in friend, Satu.-dthun Iretl of m Mr. and Mrs James Arnold. I hereby announce mv-- ( If as ;i for the Republican n .111: The Moody Bible Institute of nation for the offi:e of Asssesor, Chicago, has lent one of its pro subject to the Primary on Augut faaaUCaj E. L). Sellers, .to the lu 4th, 1917. tet national Y. M. 0 A. for evan As my opponents have made geiistic service in the English as Camps the people so many promi-es- , He gave some time last to sobriety, listing dog, and var- - vear to .he Canadian namiM The ions other promises which an all In,tlluu. lSjesiroUs of living up O. K., it seems that they have left L; ,u ptmimgm of ..The Westf. me out of the ring As to pi ,m- - Poll of chnsiun hervice . by lses, l win su.y uui ine last iewi bemg prepared for any demand years of my life has not been on its student body for workers what it should have been, but I in the United States camps in the did not write the De Juration of evangelistic fields. or through Independence, or the Teh Com- the channel of the Red Cross or mandments: neither did I write in o her ways. Some of its gradthat infamous dog law or the uates at tue close of the last statute books of K.ntuck.v. terua were called into .Christian ne.ther have I been bapis d w th work 111 j he army and others are of the Holv Ghost: the batti-expecting service as chaplains in neither have I talked in long es, the luvv The training is enlire ' tli tl.it I. hut tiot-t- . Iioi.ti K.i.t wii.l ' ly tree ter Christian men and spiritual ano merit water 01 Wuineu 01 every state, nation, or which I have not li n )i- d as I denomination when references should and wis taught t d So are s factory. Catalogues are siit dear friends, take me a I ;un sent free on application. and if lam uominited and alec ed I h pe to live to in ii voa n FOR YOUR CHILD'S COU'JH officer thu you wi not be Hate's a pleasaut syrup ashamed of. Hoping to see all that every child llces cough Dr. to take, the votets of this county before Kind's Fine If your child has a deep hacking cough the election, I remain, that worries you give him Dr Your friend, W. H. Cakmical. Bells Pine Tar Honey, the soothing pine balsams relieves cough, loosens the phlegm and heals the DON T LET YOUR COUGH irritated tissue Get a bottle HANG ON to day at your druggist andQstart L'3c A cough thit racks and weak- at once. ens dangerous, it under mines your health and thrives on negFC" FLETCHER'S lect. Relieve it at once with Dr. I King's New Discovery. This I soothing balsam remedy heals the throat, looaens the phlegm, its cm-didatm t- -. - KOUKCASl !.!. i'riii.ir v . . ; it i o r. -,- - : sir. aud at ML rs. Wm. Ar- - . -- 1 Tar-Hene- Otiidren Cry C ASTO R A 1 PKODITEKK ARE TO BE PROTECTED antiseptic properties kill t'ne Washington, May 15 Presi Vnt Wilson it) a statement to Bight outlining the aduamistra lion's food )oHcy, ann uncelhe had asked Herbert C. Hoover to become American food administrator and that Mr Hoover would accept the place. Mr Hihiv. r proposed that the ion be divided infood admini-ir- a t b anches whose to fourjur-adaiies he defined in d tail Most o. ihe work would Joe cirried out bv men and women of the country on a volunteer oasis. I ive cardinal principles of food admini-.uion outlined ay Mr. H aMfef in his statements are: a 1 1 ? 1 I in,; of control of foolstufts by persons ll,,u wul lt5Sl uPon ttle good wiil and co,,Ptr; who are not in any le-iti- eveiy kind an 1 et the u'ny cise of cou-.J.Ice- d the Pwer deputed t. vtv wrrwiWH n germ and the cold is L'quicklv broken up. Children and grow ups alike find Dr. Kings New pleasant to take as we 1 as effective Have a bottie handy in your medic ne best foi grippe, croup and all bronchial affections. At druggists, otic. ry j 1 ment necessary for handli ig them ed." properly, the licensing of whole- Eat Plenty, Wisely And some and legitiuate mix cures and Without Waste. milling percentages; and the Mr Hoover said tonight: prohibition of wthe unnecessary "We do not ask that the Ameri or wasteful use of food can people should starve them Authority is asked also to es selves, but that they should eat ublish prices not in order toj plenty, wisely and without waste limit the profits of the farmers, 'That the food problem is one "It is my present idea to pro of wide administration and not but only to guarantee to them, pose a pln to the America) expressed bv the words 'dictator' wheu necessary, a minimum women by which we ask every or controller' but 'food adminis- price which will insure them a woman in control of the house profit where they are asked to hold to join as an actual me nbe trator." "That this administrati n can attempt new crops and to insure Qf the food administration and be largely Carrie, out thru the the consumer against extortion give us a pledge that she will cooperation and regulation of the by breaking up corners and at- so far as her means and circum existing legitimate dis ributivr tempts at speculation when they stances permit, carry out the in agencies, supplemented bv cer-- t ojcur by fixing temp rarily a structions which we will giv-hein detail from time to time ' in emergency bodies compos rea .nahle price at which middlemen must sell Mr. Hoover's statement closes-witel jf represent itives of tthe pro con-suPresident Wilson issued a ors and d j ers, this apoeal to the country tatemeni in part as follows: 'V.. "Probably more seriously thar " . he organiz iton of th C m 'Altho it is absolutely neces any one else in the country, 1 .: li. vo.uutary conserva sary .1 mat unquesiionaoie powers recognise the diflFcullies and DOS mu it v shall be .placed in my hands in jsibilities of failure in this work j tioa of fiod stuffs r di-tnbu m sense producers, de.ilers or tion of the Pe,,I,le themselves economi traders: the requisitioning when,and th,t themach,ner' of the country wi! cm art for the oubltc use of fid supplies and of the equip oe leu suohi.inciaiiy uudlsturb 0rd-nar- 1 HOPEWELL Alfred Mr. snd Mrs. HtwaaS) spe..t Siturday m F. I appeal to patriotism of my country men ter their sup port. "1 have no instinct to be a fool dictator. My ambition is to see my own people solve their own problems Those men and I women who cannot serve in the ind R. Gentry. trenches or the shop can show their patriotism in no way so fully as in this service, and I feel that we have as much right to call upon them to serve in this administration as we have a right to call upon our mea to serve iu the trenches. fr I day "vith the formers brother, Mr. Harve Barnes at Mt.Vernoi. Miss Hattie Carmical Master Shirley of this place spent Satur- day with their cousins, Miss Ronnie Master Daniel Cummins at Mt Vernon. Tip Herd had a. milch cow to get bitten by a snake last week and died a few Miss Ber ha Car-- ' hours . later mical, of Mt. Vernon, spent from Saturday until Tuesday with M st homefolks at this place all the farm rs of this soctien are done planting corn The frost that came a few nights ago did but little damage to gardens in this part. Married at the home of Rev. Jam s Barnes on last Saturday evening Miss ettie Marler and Mr Wm Miller-R- ev. Carmica' filled his regular apKintment at Line Creek Sun day. The burial of the three year old child of Mr and Mrs. Harve Barnes toot place at the Clouts burying groud Monday niht and Sun I I Smart Spring ' Shirts AND AT COLLARS THE CASH STORE a MT.VERNON SIGNAL c. ' jTa Thkkk was a Friday, May 2s i9; Oiimuxtii to great towers ou the jrlohe- the Batiiii' France EftfE-lan- tiiiu'Vlun it vas MJ then were thiee d, Closing Hxkrcisks. Brothers, then the bankers Published every Friday by the world. Today thrj is Iu1 one power and the Aniteiciin I'lav EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. is the einhlem of the power $IO Liberty, Equalit and the light DBS CKIPTION OS8 YEAR i ad Saves Eg m Royal Baking Powder makes it possible to produce appetizing and wholesome cakes, muffins, cornbread, etc., witn fewer eggs than are . 1 With the Baccalaureate sermon at the Christian church. Sunday marked the beginning of the closing exercises of Mt. Vernon Hiirh School. Dr. Lyon, of ! of Man." Advertising rate maut knov application MRMBKR OF ti t n NOl ICE. In compliance with the recent draft law passed by Congress ami t the Proclamation of the it is my duty to hold a registration on the 5th da.y of June, 19 .7 at which time all men bet wet 21 and 31 years of will be required to legister and be subjeit to call unless exempt for some reason which will have to be given in your registration. The law in regard to registration is ver.x Pre-idoii- KENTUCKY PMBM ASSOCIATION ANNOIM KMENTS. We date, you should apply at met Clerk who will to the County KR yon. This registration F. B Thompson, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. register will be held between the hours FOR SHEUIFF. 7 o'clock A. M. and 9 o'clock P. Tip I.anjjford. of Mt. Vernon. Ky. Mi. and it is the duty of ever I . G. Clark, of Orlando. Ky. man to present himself between FOR COIN FY COURT CLKKK. those hours at his voting place J, B. Cummin, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. ind be registeied. James Proctor, of Orlando. K. The registration will be held FOR JAILER. it th regular voting place i "Little" Tom Taylor, of Mt Vern n,Ky. ach voting precinct. Logue Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. FOR All men of proper air ar' authorize! c announce the strict. raniiiates ter lli who fail or refuse to register or county. c in Rockca-tl- e r'iective mis date, or give ialse answers iirjjevt to the KagmMiraa primary elecar. r misrepresent their age, tion in Aujiu?t. 1917: KIR JUIM.K. one yeai aibjaet to arrest and Cam Mull ins. of Mt. Vernon. Ky. imprisonment. If sickness pre G. M. Ballard, of Ml Vernon, K. that vents your registering on J. X. tiriftin. of Spiro. Ky. following perMins as iffit-- . -- ATTORNEY. Cr NTofY Mt. V. rnon, Ky. ientry. 1 1 G. W. Iecker. of Cedarville, Ky. J. fs. Southards. of Fine Hill, Ky. Frank Mullins, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. R. B. Shephard, of Orlando, Ky. J. Y. Chasteen. of .Johnetta, Ky. L. Arnold, of Livingston. Ky. J as. Winftead, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. S. A. Drew, of Burr, Ky. Harry Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. Cam Mullins. S. K. C. J. The following is the list of hose who will serve as rgis trars at the various voting pit-c nets: East and T. . N"t Vernon U. G. Baker Mr. SIFT. Oh SCHOOLS. Alice Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky W. R. Dickerson, of Livingston, Ky FOR FOR ASSESSOR. C. T. Simmon, of W'ildie. Ky. Y. H. larmical, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Niceley. West Mt Vernon V. C. Tate, F. L. Durham and E. S. AlbrighRoundstone J. R. Ha.ves auo T. J. Hayes. - J. Scaffold Cane G. V. Owens POIi COUNTY SURVEYOR. Rev. Win. M. Durham, Johnetta, Ky FOR MAGISTRATE, W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. First District, Fourth District. G. W. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. FOR CONSTABLK, J. A. Jones, of Mt. Yen, on, Ky. First District, FOR REFRESKNTATIVE. 71st Legislative District, Laurel and Rockcastle. John R Floyd, of Laurel County. throughout the country certainly have been pour- The papeis ing hot shot into Congress the past few weeks. There has been a great deal of procrastinatior without justification, it seems, and the papers have evidently been voicing the sentiment of an indigJoseph H. nant consti uency. Choate, speaking for his last time to an earthly audience just a week ago, urging all to do their bit, ut tered his dramatic plea, which might be called an inspired praer: "For God's Sake, Hurrv Up." He had long wanted the United States to get into th world war and he was sick at heart over the delay that Con gress had caused in the much May needed preparation. of his historic saying re verberate until the end shall have been reached, when we can say to our victorious Army and Navy upon their return: "Well Done, Thou Good and Faithful Ser and O. M. Payne. Crooked Creek Solly GrifTn and J. J. Drew. Orlando J. M. La swell and Louis Reams. Livingston G. W. Murphy and Mahlen Summers. Walnut Grove Walter Owens a id Logan Renner. Brown J. M. Craig, Eugene Brown and John Scott. South Brodhead Rev. A. J. Pike and A. M. Hiatt. Powers Joe Wilson and J. W. Chasteen. Pine Hill Albert Cromer and W. M. McHargue. Wildie H. H. Wood and W.H. Jones. Red Hill Daniel Ponder and Spencer Mullins. North Brodhtad Charley Riddle and John Robins. Louisville, father nf Prof. 1). 11 usually-requiredLyon, principal of the school, 2X4 l delivered tin discourse. Dr Lyon is an aide and impressive In many recipes the number of eggs may be reaS-Hispeaker and his splendid sermon duced and excellent results obtained by adding was very much enjoyed by th V A Z 29 iiwiM M an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, entire audience. Monday evening O . fVVMfeft this selling Wall f about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The r was the School play; Tuesd following tested recipe is a practical illustration: ftfternooa the exercise et the but we Eighth Gride gra luates, and right t U- have SPONGE CAKE DIRECTIONS: Boll sugar nd water cup kugar Tuesday evening the commence r.ml of ours IjrCMPC until syrup spins a thread and add to the h cup wuttr stiffly beaten whites of eggs, beating until :..;.... .1... ment proper. Dr. Clark, president y- t , together thf.ee ,I I 3 egg the mixture is cold Sit . s.y" nil" ii iiii uir K times the flour, salt and baking powder; 2 teaspoons Royal Caking Powder of Wesleyaii College. Winchester, le the noudft tlipy y teat yolks of eggs until thick: add a little cup flour at a time flour mixture and egg yolks delivered the class address alternately to white of egg mixture, stirteaspoon salt V wrint. V e earn ring after each addition. Add ( cup cold X cup cold wa'.er Dr. Clark ichose as his subject, y l.trixe line of Wail water and flavoring. Mix lightly and 1 teaspoon flavoring bakj in moderate oven one bour. "The Value of Time," which was Papers of the letter YXE The old method called for 6 eggs grmle in not only pleasing and entertainiti'. kind and no baking powder 1 of to the ear, but brought a inssig' prittern and suitable for every room in the hou-- e. that was an inspiration, notour And you em always save money bf Imyiag here. to the graduating class but t others as well. The year just closed, under th M Mt guidance of Prof D. H. Lyon E W Ky. has been a most successful yeai I EXX2XS l ItXZZERt i S5IIXand t ie patroi s of tre school will be glad to know that he will b Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, with us again next year. To tit adds none but healthful qualities to the food. oilier members of the faculy fa due much credit for the success I No Phosphate No Alum ful ear, a majority of whom hav been retained for next year. Th 1917-191will b faculty DIED. of Cruise, were the guests of Prof. Lyon, principal. v Madison Earl Rogers died at their aunt, Miss Bertha Daugh- Misses A'aJker and Bradl y. hig ertv Saturday night and attend the home of S. 11. McClure, neai school: Miss Georgia McKerron Sur Conway, at 1:15 a. m., May 17th, primary: Misses Mattie Penning ed church at Cave Ridge veyor Wilson, of Johnetta 'was aged 19 years and 32 day 3. ton. Myrtle Bryant and Clyde in this part a few days ago do He was a son of Green and ing srme surveying. Mrs. Wel- Dora Rogers, nee Salyers, and Watson, and John Lair, will be the Cruise, was the ti a Mullins, of First to Eighth Grade teachers uest of her grand daughter, became' an orphan on June 24th. The Hish School Medal, th. VI rs. Melvin Harnett, from Fri- - 1916. through the murder of his Judge L W Bet hu run tay until Sundav. mother. Si nee then he has been a gift of ffi itnt wet U ward of S.B McClure. Mrs. Mc- and awarded for S Clure is the only living aunt on was won by B nn WeMj, son I Prof, and Mrs I ee Webb. Have you ever noticed how seme houses The Rockcastle Oil & Gas Co. his mother's side remaining. He always have a way of looking better and SOME GOOD ADVICE are nov sinizing a well for tlio was buried at Fairview burying more attractive than any of the others near 'Don't think too much of youi ground, at 10 o'clock. May 19th. them? Analyze this difference, and many vlai hew. Sntz Oil Co., on the Watch other pee Lick fo own methods learn times you will find it is due to the fact that Xoiton farm. They will probably He had been at Paint from them pie's ways and these houses are always kept well painted, drill two or three wells ter this about eight weeks, returning This is good advice, especially and in harmonious colors. Upon further home on the 15II1, and tarring when bilious or constipated Yon jjompanv. inquiry you will also find in a majority of his bed the 16th. He was per- nil rind many people who use the cases that the paint used is Neal and Gaines Marcum, hamberlain's Tablets for these fectly willing to go and only om pissed through with an oil rig nts with best death called man ailm do well the followresults,and wi to their ex yesterday on their wav to Jones. hour before East side of his friends to his bed side and ample. Durham's larm on the asked them to help him in prayer Of the county where drilling will C C Cox is devotiny one of Boys who seldom get on their at once. lis big windows this week to U. start kaeCn did not refuse. s Navy Service. He, is showing Farmers, if vou mant to see Our trien Is who so kindly w one interesting pictures of Navy the oil field et Rockcasth' devel- fa thfnlly helpt'l us thmagh it al ife This can be Sold By oped, lease our lands to com- have our heartfelt thanks and Mi f you will use it, by address in. he U S. Navy Department, panies who are drilling and stay prayer to God is fcn blss them. Vashmgton, D C. jjstasfar away from these Jack S. B and Lizzik MoCUJU speculators as you can. leg l JR FLICKER'S Speculator will not develop bnl will hinder oth. rs who mihi. FU3 FLETCHER'S 4 tc operators and get the Lease profit yo'irselt As sugited by ai oil man it is lime tha land Dr Frederic Jocobson wners get their eyes oj M and bi siness iiae of the k to th says, 75 per cent of wo- alt's A "Stufik-lln-" zsxsixior) W H ! g f &l iRUUOiicdde Paper, 1 UumJZ: - 1 8 i 1 1 ! e-r- v BAKING POWDER ROYAL Vernon, C. C. C O X - 8 Opposite Court House 8 0 L NEW Se.r. . ana - a,rrecz -- -- I Hanna's Green Seal i di-pl- ay CASTORIA CASTORIA men need Phosphates to give them Strong, Healthy, rounded figure and to avoid Nervous break down. Children Ory CTIilluron Oty For Sale by J. iiTrxi B. NOE I ' proportion. The Shafer well on Steve Price's farm is.nearuig the 000 1 feet, when they expect to strike clear" aw a yt heTwasti f vants.'' The Road Situation. At a meeting of the Dixie Highway people and representatives from Laurel and Rockcastle counties held 4in Chamber of Commerce building at Richmond on Friday night last, an arrangement was nif de for the County Engineers of the two counties to make a survey of the two pro posed routes for the road con nee Uon between said counties and to make report of .same to a meet ing to be held, bj the members of Fiscal Courts of Laurel and Kockcastle, in Richmond about May 2bth, date to ,be agreed up on by the two courts. The en gineers will also take up the question of the highway passing thru the town of Livingston and cross ing Round Stone, by a bridge at or near the old site of Bowman & Cockrell's saw mill thence up riwr to point opposite Parkers Cteek, the point where Laurel has graded to. This movement points to a probable early solu tion of ibe vexed question. The engineers are at work and will have their reports read for the Richmond meeting. recon-noisanee complexion, and Dr King's New Life Pills are a mild and gentle axative that regulates the bowels nd relieves the congest d intes arrangements had tmes by removing the accumulat drilling. No d wastes without griping. Take been perfected at the time of 1 pill before retiring and that oing to pre s. ,ieavy head, that dull spring fever Some parties were here WedGet Dr, feeling disappears. nesday, en route from Irvine t ing's New Life Pills at your Knox county with 100 quarts el Jruggist, 25c. nitroglycerine to shoot some oil 1 S wells on P. J. White's lease on Indian Creek. Mrs. Ed Robinson is very sick MUSCLE SORENESS this week. Dr. Webb is the at RELIEVED tending physician. A Mr. JackUnusual work, bending and son representing a Lexington lifting or strenuous exercise is a dry goods house was thru here strain on the muscles, they befirst et the week calling on tne come sore and stiff, you are crip merchants. Rev. Hughie Ponder pled and in pain. Sloan's Liniyou quick relief, Mullins ment bri-gwas the guests of J H asy to apply, it penetrates withSaturday night. Willie Spivex out rubbing and drives out tht was the guest of his friend For- soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner rester Mullins Saturday night. than mussy plaster or ointments, stain the skin or clog Messrs Sam and Estill Mullins it does-npores. Always have a bottk exer the attended icomm-ticeme- nt aches of Mondax handy for the pains cises at Mt. Vernon gout, lumbago giippe rheumati-m- , night. -- Mr. J. L. Laws was thru bruises, stiffness, backache and here first of the week calling on 01 external pain. At al' drugthe merchants. .Mrs. Ben Mul gist, 25c. hns was the guest of Sarah A HELj7 WANTJ-D- . Sunday. Mr. John Al Mullins Man to shoe horses and repair len ami family were the guests Call or see of his mother, Mrs. Louisa Al ouggies. Ed Dkathkragb, len Sunday. Mrs. Joel English Mt Vernon, Ky. of Cruise, .spent the day with ' 18 3T. Mullins. Mrs. Jant .4av, A. Sarah The driver of a small car from Harvard and son, of Cooksburg was the guests of her mother. .vlt Vernon, speeded out of a Mrs. Louisa Allen Sunday Mr cross street and stiuck the streetThe and Mrs. Fred Mullins motored car squarely amidships. conductor got off to in over to Level Green Sunday and street-ca- r spent the day with the Utters vestigalje and collect evidence for his official report. mother, Mre. M. E Price. "What's the muter with you':" Mrs. Ben and Scott Tussey, of ere guests of the conductor asiced the driver Middle Fork, "Don't yon kaow you can't run Mr. and Mrs. Jones Durham, Misses Minnie and Ola Durham, under my car with your tip up?' -- Bowel regularity is the secret good health, bright eyes.cleai the same sand which brought in the gas well on Livesay's farm The Kentucky Producers Oil Go. are active in the county, and he lanu Supi.ot the company. Mr. W. A Batten, was here to see the Rockcastle Oil & Gas Co., to et that company to do some Pains, Dizzy Spells R.H. MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, Kentucky Mrs.G.P.Cartwright,of Whitwell, Tenn., writes: "I suffered with bearing-dow- n pains. . . The dizzy spells got so bad that when I would start to walk, I would just pretty nearly fall. Was very n. I told much my husband thought Cardui would help me. . . He got me a bottle. . . It helped me so much 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 from womanly pains, run-dow- Thousands of women grow strong in Nature's way "Consider the Lilies of the Field, How They 8 CALL ION US if you need anything 8 1 Grow' But ',0 live one's lie in its fullness, women like the lily, nut be nourished by those same vit.il elements which nature pro v'ides for nouns'dng every living thing; and these include the vain able phospha'es so otten lacking in the usual food we eat today is rich in these in the dru g line Prescription Work a Specialty W T HER ten." The life et the lily is but a few The life et weeks or months man is "three score years and PHONE run-dow- n, 39 B TAKE jtH3xi:Da 2XZZ2XI zcnzDa jjM 3 s ot vonderful elements. It contains them in concentrated tablet form which is easy to take and quickly issimula ed and absorbed into he system and from youth to old ige, builds and rebuilds body and brain in beautiful harmony with Nature's perfect plan "That's vny" Argo Pnosphate makes good solid flesh and mascles. ;ihate contains the Natural phos jhates wiich thousands of phy OARDU The Yoman'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 Ms 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 s pciDe W JoOpeOet poCX$p: vucsox JnppJCgpApqpqi . I JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE 9 Special Notice: Argo-Pho- s daily to ihin, pale, colorless we men .0 give them rosy cheeks, ?d l.ps, and a beautiful complex n. Many cases have been reported where women have increased their weight from 15 to 25 pounds with a few weeks treat ment, and any women who desires a well rounded and developed form, should sevure irom her drugg st. this new drug which is inexpensive and is dispensed by any reliable dmggisl with or without a doctor's prescription. If your druggist will not supply you, send $1.00 to the Argo Lab oratories, 10 Forsyth St., Atlanta. Ga , and they will send you a two weeks treatment by return mail. siciars luild ari prescribing i A 11 1 i $C5x3fc Vrryek TDC$jaiyaj$( p2oe&r' FOR Merchandise yc&c&x3 orbflC good line of General HfbeCbcr 3oCX3C. MWP S Farm Implements oClGCat M JfcX 5feflCrDclCfoCX Try Cardui in CASTOBI4 CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S ccrt- ao3K Children Ory 10R FLETCHER'S - W a a SJ In our last weeks rush we overNotice. Every candidate who looked the marriage of Samuel expects to get his name on 'the If you want real shoas satisfac- Patten and Miss Alma Childress ballot to Mt. Vkknon Kv, May 25, 1917 be voted for at the prition you can get it at ifisb's. which was solemnized on the mary election in August must 70" w Six hundred Berea College stud- 12th in st., at .the residence of nle with the County Court Clerk, ip ' No. Co menu want to o.e with S1UNAL 30 days before the primary, a ents. have left school ;for the war. Rev.H. T. Young. You'll never find better clothes The Ke ntucky Court of Appeals! INOTIFICATION ard DECLARfor the money Jthan Fish's Spec this week decided that Judge W. ATION. Blanks for filling such ials. L. Brown of Laurel county is notification and declaration, prepared according to law, cau lie OF for Aid your country in preserving not entitled to more than $800 had at the Sigual office at 5o cts the freedom of the world by buy- per year salary during his term. each. louisviLc 4 Nashvillc R R Co. Judge Brown sued to recover ing a liberty bond. fW- 'tar 'ZFi Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gentry a H $1,500 per year, the amount TIME TABLE. Dont forget he Flag Raising a AT which had been allowed his pre entertained yesterday in honor of 22 ucrtn 5 lo p m the Court House one week fiom the twentieth birthday of their m ' decessor. The Court of Appeals h 4KBt 24 nortn sw A jaK jl ,m 3:50 am tomorrow at 2 P. M. J - Tsays the Fiscal Court has the son, Robert, who with his bride ? flm south ii:44 a rr bsss avaaHBBW-aLK- w m - jJ h of only a few months is at home June 5th, next Tuesday week is right to fix the Judge's salary. TftaaW yiis Bl South 12:13 am 1 m W for a short visit. Those who were Draft Day. All men between 22 v "TCNr WL' cuj' Jas. Landrum, Agent. and 31 must register. Saturday June 23rd, will take present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. Phone No. 8. place the big Masonic celebra- C. Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Brodhead sent up a good deletion at ICrab Orchard. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potoc i The Bowman, Prof. D. H. Lyon, gation to sae the play at Graded a second-cias- s mail matter. children from the home will be Misses Georgia McFerron and School Monday night. there as well as leading Masons Myrtle Bryant, Mrs. Mattie Mul-iin- s P KKSO A L The more a man knows about from all parts of the state. This and aunt Ret Hiatt. The rs. James Vanhnnlr f Rur. shoes the more eager we are to will be one of the big events of menu was bountiful and County bourville, spent last week Logan R. Hujrhes was down allow him. J. Fish & Son. OOO OOO the season as it is expected that Court Clerk Bowman, speaking here loeking after some business from Stanford, Sunday. Mai hew Finel, of Stanford not hundreds but thousands of for himself fmt and the others affairs. Miss Ola DeBord is visitMiss Pearl H.cks, of Brodhead, pent a portion of the week here Masons and their families) will last, said that the guests did ing relatives and friends at El is visiting Miss Jo Davis. be present. As JSt. John's day prove themselves equal looking after his oil interests. to the oc rod. Mr, Tom Lawrence has reSam Pennington was here from comes on Sunday, Saturday 23 casion. Possibly none of the turned from Illinois.- - Mrs. O. If it is good work and prompt will J. Londo.i Wednesday and Thursbe celebrated instead. guests enjoyed the day more than Mullins has been very sick for service you want let Fish's do day. your developing and printing. The Boy's Agricultural Club at Mr. H. C. Gentry who is a gieat the past week but is some better James Rogers, of Lebanon is uncle of him in whose honor the now. Mrs. R. M. Testerman, of The strong point aoout Fish's lierea has various diversions. the new assistant L. & N. agent least was given. rThe Standing Hlrod, is with her daughter, Mrs. .specials Clothes is the good qual- There is ;the pig, calf, poultry, here. mined by the eh it oper vl.E. Burton. Miss Myrtle Kidd corn, potatoes, peanut, Ipopcorn, you get lor what you pay. ates, and bj the The Rockcastle Patriotic spent Saturday night and Miss Ella BellNewland of Brod- ity etc. Each boy can, if he desires, Sunday of its Management. League was organized ter tht w Rev. J. W. Riddle and Logan head is with the Misses Mrs. Sam McWilliams, at take up one or more lines in this The consei purpose of encouraging ever dee Lick. Jwen. will Dreacn at Walnut work. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Each department has a citizen Bank, its i to do his duty during the Anderson rove, Naturuay atteriioon at 1:00 Miss oinnie Cummins, of Wabd, and little daughter, cbairmau and a committe. Thert war. cess ful banking, The one reason the sub- tidith, spent Sunday was with Miss Jo Davis during p.m. and auuday morning. treatment ex is a chairman of the pig commitwith Mr. and reeom the week. George Owens, tl.e monument tee, corn committee etc. whose ject of farming was put foremosi Mrs. H.G.Isaacs. Mrs. W. T. Deis that the time for planting was eord is still very man, is wurKiug on a neat double duty is to visit and Miss Edyth Kiker, of YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, sick. Dr. and encourage right upou us. Everyone is re vlrs. G.C.Price and to Oe erected at. the chose who are in the same line el Sal-lihas been with friends uonuinent daughter, guested to follow his linn el of Judsou, Ind., are here visitgrave 01 the late James 1 Tate. I effort. here durirg the week. Bank of Vernon .vork or calling diligently. There Mr. and 'Mrs. J. G. Irvine, el It is predicted tliere .will bt That good old scout, Will Owens is no politics in the League ing relatives and friends. Miss MT. VERNON. KY. Myrtle Farlay, of Walnut Grove, Danville, are guests of Mr. and several .entries for ,the prize ot- of Livingston, in his last week'.-- Republicans, Democrats, Prohibi spent last Tuesday with Miss Mrs. Roy Beasley, at Ravenwood tered by tue Mt. Vernon Fan items to signal told a migaty big tiouists, iSocialists and ever Kate DeBord.--MisMary Mae Miss Blanche Crawford has Assn., ter the baldest baldheau vioru yarn, charging "J. M."' wul jther party or creed have dropt Lathim has returned from Rich closed her school at Shepherds-vill- M the ground. uaviug brought the tale bacK with politics ,as far as .this word is mend where she has been taking a U'irf b OOO' and has leturned for the Some fellows are worth more iim from Texas. He failed to oncerned. There is no "niggei uormal course. Miss Enimr summer. dead than alive. Get a North give ,the size of ears as big as in the woodpile," and there is no drown has malaria fever. C. E. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gentr were. "J. M." aeed to suspect that one is hid- vlullins, the grocery man, was Mutual policy today aue chey actuall are here from Leiinut visiting tilt leave yourtolKsia oetter shape. sent him photographs, a lew day.-sinc- den there or thereatouts. nere last week calling on the mervarateHCj formcis arents, Mr. and Mrs. See W. H. Fish, Agent. Simply work faithfully and all chants. showing that a single eai J. M. Craig has been in Andrew Gentry. .vas twelve .feet .long and with a will be well. this part during the week buying There is an average of one new ob two feet iu diameter makiDt Charley L. Davis and George There are at Itast some pee wool at a high price. Mrs. Ruth ' 1 ST Weiderhold went to Louisville automobile a day going thra here enough feed, not for one horse, ple who are , ready to criticize Brown has returned from a visit Wednesday to enlist in the Nav to Eastern Keutucay and tney ah nut a hundred. toy and every movement, no with her daughters, Mesdame et over or around Wild Cai hospital corps. The first pay train to come tc matter how much good is meant Joe Major and Hugh McBee. Joe jiountain some some way 01 'Mrs. Sam Hellard and little F. anhook, of Stanford, was thru dt. Vernon was in I86j. W. W to be accomplished by the daughter, Eula Mae, of Paris, are other. nere last week representing tbe lo the Thompson was paymaster, Ful-lePatriotic with her mother, Mrs. C.J. Loveli Most successful men carry life --.eague work is found some who Rawleigh Medicine Co. Win. H. Francisco, who was an exteu, of near Mt. Vernon. rirown spent last insurance, it you do not wh sive dealer in, lumber and lies, are asking the questiou: "What with Mr. and Friday night S. C. Franklin spent the larger not? Talk it ovc with W. H. m those days, and beiug Mrs. Eugene June June 1M2-13-1- 4 acquaint 10 the lawyers, doctors, and iner vlcWilliams, portion ,of last week with his tsh, Agent Northwestern Mutu id with nearly all the at Bandy. The chants of Brodhead, Mt. Vernon, people, was . June 21 22 mother, who has been quite ill in al. jsed by the paymaster to identif Livingston, Wildie, Couway etc, much needed rain has fallen at last. Corn was slowly coming up LIMITED TO 15 DAYS her home at Lexington. LIMITED TO 13 DAYS In the .speech of most south onose to whom money was due. inow about farming? oesides wheat and oats were Einmiti Hansel was here from Texas natives This little old pay car was not Possibly some .of then: the letter 'rM is suffering badly for rain. Craig & Paris during the and little but a majority are iot sounded in many words 11. over 20 feet in length and wa tirown's huxter wagon was here us that he expects tt .vhich it .occurs. For instance later used for many years for a on the job and those who are as '.ast Saturday taking ACCOUNT' up produce move to Livingston soon. AUNT tuey say dohab, yass, sah, blot tab telegraph office, at Hazel Patch well up in the actual science el Summer School of Tiiat car is today doing office dut) cultivation are on the job to from the store of M. E. Burton & Hansley aud Speed Mar-se- cellan, uiggah, ,etc. Frank Son. At Sniders on the K. C. division spread the information Peabocly College of Middlesboro pj,sse.i thru that tht the South Unive- Atty. C. C. Williams nas in northern part of Rockcastle cime has arrived for every one this week with two new Dak BEST REMEDY FOR WHOOPSummer School from Somerset where he county. sity of june land Roadsters enroute home. in our county have the opportun-itING COUGH. defended Dr. W. E. McWilliams to be patriotic bv Our old standby and road on "Last winter when my Cas Cox the barber went to a ind boy the charge of false swearing. , Maret, left for plowing crops. It is abso- had the whooping coughlittlegave booster, J a me-I The jury was out only a few dentist the other day to have lutely necessary ter us to have him Chamberlaiu's Cough RemWinchester yesterday to resume obbbbm ni0naBwpnKaaaaBHaBaaiBiBHnii minutes and promptly returned a several teeth extracted. "I sup- - jur courts, lawyers, doctors, edy," writes Mrs. J. B. Roberts, State Road inspection work. OSe I OUifllt to verdict of not guilty. ennolhin,, merchants, railroads 111. "It kept his etc. to car- East St. Louis, Maurice Coltongim, Mack Marto deaden the ,pain, but 1 am cough loose and relieved of those ry on business. Each is a very Mr. aud Mrs. Die Albright, tin, Waltei Rice, Teddy Schreck, w n f: 7" 5 "M 3J w k dreadful coughing spells. It is afraid of the gas you use," saiu necessary vliss Bess Sproule, Everett Wat convenience to the the oniy cough medicine I keep Soden Carter and Edgar Cotten-githe prospective patient. other. We can't all be farmers. in the house liecause I have the motored up from Livingston sou, Iron .Wallen, Gov. Pike ana The others whose names we failed to wound dentist reassured him.ano It we were there would be no most confidence in- - it" ThU this week. up with: "You'll tonly bt remedy is also good for colds Fritz Krueger who las been get, were up from Brodhead unconscious two or three minutes market for the sale of farmers and croup. products. Look at the question on sick list for some months has donday night to attend tae High itttiemo3t." The patient took without an unprejudiced eye. Buster Brown says: returned from Louisville where School play. out his pocket-book- . "My advice to Kgotistcal he went to see a specialist, lie is It is claimed that Marconi the "Never mind that now," said With the Baccalaureate sermon is this Pick out your now. better reat Italian electrical expert has the dentist: ''tfou can pay me at Presbyterian Church Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Groves Price and invented a device witn which the when I've finished." evening by Rev. George Watson vocation and study it and work , their friend Mr. Batty of Jud-soncan be destroyed "I wasn't going to pay you! the Langdon Memorial brought at it. You cant be a success at and s-Ind., are with relatives bert that already fourteen of these exclaimed Cas. "I was goiugto to a close Lthe I9i6 1917 school everything. Its hard to be a sucATEXASWOHDER , X cess at one thing. The farmer and in the county this week. Jerman undersea vessels havt count my money. y ear. Saturday evening was the ' "4$5S5 how to till the soil, and They motored thru. met destruction ,in the Medite-raueat- i graduating exercise. There are knows when to plant. He knows that if "Back to Old Rockcastle" is the many things which sea. Dr. and Mrs. K. H. Conover deserve spec- he wants corn he must nlant one thing that has pulled at me ial leave this afternoon for Columbia mention of the the work el Lost. Between Hummel and for the last six months. I am corn He knows that what he this most excellent school, but to make their tuture home. Wt Mt. Vernon, a celluloid card case asked daily, why I wanted to leave sows he's got to reap. If you Tptss TVncler cures kidney iiii regret very much to lose these containing the one thing which attracted James Winslead TTTF gravel, cures a photograph of my a big fine town like Winchester wish to reap a harvest of joy and :. splendid people from our number. wife, one of the many visitors rbeum. FOK kidneys aa who is dead. There are al- ind come to a little town like Mt jvery happiness you must plant some :uen :itl women. If not solvl during days of .the closing ex love Jailer. Mrs J. Edna Arnold, of Nich so some papers in the sent ly mail on re- -. and smiles and kindness receptacle, Vernon, Ky. My answer is, behi,mi!l bottle i two moitl'j ercises was the display of work I promise a faithful ;ul minium olasville, is the guest of Mrs.R.S. binder please leave at Mt Is to perfect eu ' rnjr.tsii.l around as you go through life. .Vernon cause 1 love her and her people. done in for tettinoiiials frwni tins ami oir p you In .judt lion if elected. I 'the domestic scienr-.t- If you go Beasley. She is having construct- post office Jambs Dr i;. V, Han. Mive St-- . around making You may go where you may, Maret. kicks my future by my past record. bu Louis. .lo. feolU by dru!fsristi. Art department. Cooking, sewing, ed a handsome log bungalow ed J. E. S. Lahman, .Presbyterian folks, but you will not tine people basketry, hand work, was sim- and complaints shedding frowns her 500 acre ranch near Orlando. nd ugly remarks, thats what Bible School Worker of Loudon, just like ours. Ye, 1 have come ply fine. The drawings, maps, Miss Jennie Morrow Millet you'll reap. If you want people will organize a Bible School at back to live and die in Mt. Vernon, bible outlines and other things graduated at Millersburg Female to love you, you've got to love as some of the boys have said, but displayed for the inspection of College this week and is at home. Gum Sulphur, this county, next I expect to be before them. To have a friend you've the public in visitors and patrons, told in the May 27th, at 2 P. M. .T. V She has as her guests Miss Anna Sunday et to be one. Tbe world is a a different capacity than ever be M"T strongest, manner the efficiency Kinkead and Mr. Joe Harrison el Mr. Lahman is doing some splen fore. I am going to &L i mirror Smile in it It will come push real of the did work in this county in the school work. Miss back." Carlisle. estate and insurance to a success H Bible School work. Stewart, the principal is not only Mrs. W. G. McBee has been in if possible. I am sure our country a most excellent teacher but is a SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE The Board of Education having is large enough with its four or five Stanford since Sunday visiting great leader and together with CHRISTIAN CHURCH. her parents and attending com- - rejected the oTds submitted on towns in it, tp furnish my office her splendid corps of assistants, Sunday School 9:45. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER mencement exercises of the Stan May 7, for building school houses with a good business. My busithe Lamp Oil th the past ear of Langdon MemPreaching service 11:00 a.m. School. Her sister. (said bids being too high) the ness is in its infancy as yet, but ford HUrh orial has 4been one of efficient Subject, "The Supreme Miss Pat Perkins was one of the Board of Education will meet on the field is ripe for just such a KY. Vothlnar Is nnm iTnTrrtT.f work and satisfactory results to .k Attribute." home tnn clear, steady light. Injure June 4th, I9I7 to recieve bids on business. Now, please bear in graduates. his by RettiiiK the oil that burns all concerned. The faculty for Christian Endeavor 7:00 p.m. clear ana ciean without a dicker Miss Bernice Landrum arrived the same bjildings and perhaps mind, when you have a farm foi next year will down to the Vis. drop, fennsylvaiua Preaching service 8:00. Subject, XPcl be the same as crude oil refined to irfection. The specinca-tion- s sale, or house and lot. or anything from Tucson, Arizona Saturday other buildings. Costs no more than the inferior the past year with the possible "The Supreme Claim." A C. C. tenkwagon oils- - saves MONEY savis of said buildings may be ob- iu that line, that you may find a but as her suit case was stolen WOR K saves eyes. exception of Mrs. Hall domes ATrOKNKY-AT-LAK Your dealer has SOL1TE OIL In iui,t before she boarded the train tained by calling at the office of buyer through my agency. Come tic barrels direct from our works. MT .VEBXON.KY. science teacher, who will not it Tucson, she found it necessary the County bupt., or.at my house. in and let me help you find a pur be back for the reason she can BETNURUtt X LEWIS 0?FICR. On2cd.floorof Chas. . Stoil Oi! Co. eo into Louisville Monday for These bids are subject to tbe chaser for your property, if you not U E ik et Mt. Ve'rnon ATTORNEYS AT LAW well leave her father and on la day or two shopping. Miss same restrictions as those men- - want to sell. LexHifetn. Ky. Ctiirch St. Saial 9fr... J MT VERNON. Ry. mother, who are old and have a arren. Ps. andrum will return to Arizona tioned on May 7th. tian ivt'a collections. Very respectfully, Will practice in all the courts. Wc sell Um Celebrated "1 oCi-u September. aaked that she stay with ,them t Office in Bethurum Building . J. O. Scoggin. Auto Oil. 'PNONK So A Chas. C. Davis. next year. MM'Ai, ML VERNON SIGNAL VMaaMtaMMMBMiMa. -' . 1. - - 79 T? TW. inat.lt; N OkJPS '" STYLiSH SPRING - - AND CO! FELLOWS mew styles OUNG HBa JBBaV K" I 'fi.J. l;jovjoi - i a THE CASH STORE E-5 -- M LEVELGREEN Clean, Strong and Safe I uK-iiui.- ! East-Bernstad- t, e, The Mt. s e nooo e, ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP -- Knoxville n - 54.25 16-17-18-23-24 nine 58.10 & L.&N. B.C. & know-might- w-?e- k ic-for- L.&N.R.R. . - e re-turn- . Tenn. diu-a-in- - 113IW$ ii ; a Wis-euheirae- rs ts ttt 'S ta-k' . -- - - a-- i k . J. , CMeCLARY . sk. II M. STANFORD, . '&x&x&ya t3eqq3C Williama jery -- b' ixJ8y& y W A TCH US GROW. Condensed Report to the Banking Commission Of DIXIE HIGHWAY MEETING BKHEA AM) KH'HMOM) ' of "Dixie Highway , B? ".I. M " .j county as long For Infants arid "'v : Id-e- n. aroun Rockcastle 3 Thp tour of the Cincinnati u: v as there - a possih lity f making ."l Chamber of Commerce, Cincin connection thru that county the Know nati Autoinohil" Club which wis frith Laiut'l, provided ilia line joi;e-in by citv.ens in machines is not too long drawn out and 10, 1917. Genuine Castinr iU Richmond bouve n CI cinnati the iiper disposition is shown and Herea took pace on Friday bv' R r r.r.Hnl.-.- 1 PER CENT. m to ckrastL and h-- t, Prcparaf ion forAs .hiv 1Mb and it n.a'ks om reach an amical arrangttaae t upAlw AVcctablc of th" epochs in the Dixie Koooa 3llllliiiii"r l on h pcotinjj p"int Tlie matter Highway i -t rv. Bears the si .ould be set led without delay and mee'intrs In hr moorca NO I B. Thnrrhv PHmoiinDiB were preaid Mt M. M. Allisot IF M ffee ice The adies fnrni-h-d- c Cheerfulness and RwlCootoaj and secietary J. V U L Robin Morphine Etc., to vi.i or- - M neither Opium. of secretary of the Dixie cream and son, Mineral. otmm""" ik .djoini g the hap the pa rJc'luviv Ass cation. Chatta oo J gu.Te hi. Commissioners Cordon where the r ad nine itui was tied JHmpJun i-w wn jUxSrma K"est Bv et the JbciraStO and Ibtrr s of Ohio and tnemiers MisrSfd The country's great men, w s a pro n of var ous Jrf0trmint Worn Sttd tourists arriv 'd in Herea in tne in. nt figu e i i thermal a4Htia. Clartrmi Sugar ,6I Mi afternoon, a lntle te'iind sched Never an ocassiou arises v ure B for I he in the b tterm nt or adv.n-einen- t m eting was hrld K helpful Remedy u!e Us- and Diarrhoea Gonstipalion -tie commodious i"o.lege Chapel, of the cointiy's interests are anfl and Fcvcrishncss where tuned highway speakers concerned, but that big hra:n d LossofSlehp resulUnrefromnj06 held the boa ds for two hours or man vVili.i :i Goodel Fro-t- . is 'more Tn ou ptrtio.ll If o"j 'found right there, in the fr ,n S.natoreof an r;inks tih-- g for o the netting wastuieah interests 11 Dndetstaodiug as to the actaalj'fhiakaoidla compliment. How' V situati.m leiati.e to the delay in tin man can and th pressure NFIVr TTWiv H mam g a connection toi tn s im - '0f lnH grea, .vspoisibilities plac . .i ti... c(, U)on .t.l 111, llkll tie SO Mi':.i oe.wet-pOll-lliuu DlgUWMj counties et Luuk.1 and Rock cessl'nlly carries out. is a sur "" lh- - members uf the as- - j p,iSt. to many who a.stle are load d fcl rifca!f .' s datum and o her . inteiested W1,h (.HIHso much letJtHff ni'gni Exact Copy of W aoner. tmc .:it. were ; tiXious to tude May he be apart d iuuii.i highway people learn why Ihcr i W4 a bitch de - veuS yet pursue the treat le work he is so successfully prose work Ko.kas laying the county, the originator of ,ti e cuting htchway un.vetiKnt to get boone The writ r was taken in auto Vny put tin u the Cutnerlanus L. hompson, Jr. , Cashier U. G. Baker, Pres. tnobi'e ftotn Beiea to Kichmoi.d During thr myelin,; the president iiKeting by that good old read Cashier Fioya E, Miller, . J. Sparks, Vice-Pre- s. yf Dixie Hij;hwa stated the obscout '"Jake" Herndon and reject et the meeting wa niauily turned to his hospitable resiS. D. Lewis, Judge the cause et delay to ascer.taiM dence that night. and offered the se vice .of his as-sJ. Sparks Grif fir. , U. G- - Baker, and John J. W. Steve is, better known iation in any legitimate m; n as "Heck," here in early d?. j iter in the solution of the probhe st ted, when he was at depot learning lem 'Hie were not advocating ai.y particu and dah work on telegraphy, COMMISSIONER'S SALK. lar roule, over Wild Cat or vta sh )Wed the writer a pleasant 4 and 5 1st Rockcastle Cibcoit Court ParktM s t. it el:. "Just do your tune. B. H. POWBIX. Plaintiff routiug. at the earliest possible W H Rimers, railroad agent Litnitetl to J iiio 14 LIMITED TO 3 DAYS Vwv will be on liand-wit- h for past 13 coMmiissioxkr's sale, moment and ears at Berea raFROM DATE OFSaLK L T J NicK.i ky, Admr of aid if you tind yourselve-slior- t mi ids the writer that he also " Deed, &., David Cols, He altnen collared the telegraph language on tunds & IV. Dt fendanta ioued that II. is higi.way is of in Mt. Vernon depot while yours ACCOUNT ACCOUNT By virturo of a judgment unci great importance to our govoia truly had chirge of the station. order of tale of the Rockcaafa no nt and millions uf it atia us National Baptist John Mullins, who vill sot n Spring Race MeetCircuit Cour, rendered at ai.d any demy i its tompetioi he note as an"o d timer'is wok Suncky School Term, lol7. thereof, in tljp w 11 enodl lo?s s up iniu u d. o..s in Berea station, ing Douglass that is the railabove cause. I shall proofed id el the localises bin winch lh shigli-Waj- f road s;ati n, Ia ai not the police. J mel B.Y.P.U(colored fer for sale at court house c)(K)r JUV.H.CV UUU Junel have o tie cone pt.on Lases Boone Tavern is et e of Beiea's in Mt. Vernon, Ky. to tie highest of the vast bt iu tits i i. accrue proud possessions It is an honand best bidder, at pubic aue to it and all tile people ale g the or to the memory of the great tion. on vioti lay, May 28tb. 1017, line. 1 tie mountain counties, being regular v'ounty Court da.v thru k hid it pan sea, m rich in Daniel. nSi William Hayes, Joe Branaman or stii county, between the scei.ic ai u miuerai resources, and hours of ! o'clock' a. m ;nd 3 it is that iv ion which will bene- and wife, formeily of Rockcastle, MS o'clock p. m up m a credit el fit to ihe .greatest txtent when were among some of the good folks met b the writer while in Our line of (,'ouch ('? isketK I six months, the following describ Hie hignway is completed. The Herea ed property, is une.xcelld tmutat trade alone would enrich Will Bower sas the rail roa A tract of and in Roc'-ca-t- i Handmade oifins furnishet .he mountains in acdition to unand Jackson Counties, Kentucky, to! u beuehti given by the high- com pan' is going to erect a new arse sent o all parts el at Berea. on the o!d State Ko4d and bound Way to local travel and traffic. the County. K J SS 'ZT ed as follows: After the meeting closed t .r." The .situation and conditions All ordars by Wire PromptK Filled Beginniig on a chesnut and now testing ia Rockcastle rela Berea, a motorcade with a large dogwood in line of Jack Scott tive to a mhighwav number of visitors and citizens conneciioi about 150 yds. southeast of said with Laurel were mentioned by inovid "on to Richmond, "where Scott's house, on point of a nc'ge; delightful luncheon was served L" l V speakers from the two eouu ies, tbeOOr a straigl t line sou'he-s- t III' V Dnnvn, I v Phone 94-iw f io 500 visitors, in u'ning room to a dogwood near th- t p of the which in short shows the case titge; ktvence n rtluast to a black tied up pi court by in j miction of Sullivan Hall of East Kentuc-tw. Inut ( n the top et the cliff; Normal School. After lunproceedings ,bi ought b citizens Mary Baker Eddy Memorial, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Mass. tl ence with the cliff and hVld iWoodalhon the South by tbe ROAD TO HAPPINESS. oi Livingston against the Gauley cheon ten minutes speeches were The beautiful memorial to Mary to a lower platform at the lake's edge. an und with the field to the south in the park Be am'ahlp, cheerful and god ' ,ds (,t Lvis McAdams; on the Baker Ed ay, the Discoverer and Found- The scheme has no prototype and is ci:st corner of Russell Howard's Mountain Parwer Creek route, mide tiom platform West by the lands of Billy Blan er of Christian Science, has been merely a screen of columns open to I fi Id, at the t p of the ridge; insisting that the pioper routirg by vi.sitors and local people in- natured and you are ranch more flower-grow- n ton. and containing 30 acres n.ore cirtimed over to The Christian Science the sky, inclosing a cluding ex Gevernor James B likely to be happy You will or tl tnce a straight line crossiig t e U vii Wildcat Mountain. rind this difficult, it not impssiBoard of Directors by Elbert S. Bar- cle. less or sufficient thereof to tate Kojid to a black ak on the Mccreary, the man who The material used for the memorial low of New York City who held the Ihe Dixie people, as stated by his friendship to highwaysproved ble, however, when you are con- - produce the sum of $72 oo with is Bethel white granite, the inscrip- i,ast sjde. side o! the road; then dur- stantly troubled with constipa- - legal contract lor its construction. .. . upon the top of ,,. its president, a "e taking no hano , tion in the interest from Aeril ?; 19U . MlVl tU The memorial, which is at Mt- - Au- the pylons frieze andwhite bronze set U ' II 'i llM .1 Hi (L ti II tT Oil' i being of ing his imcumben'cy when gov tion. Pake Chamberlains Tab until p,id and $.oo oo with legu burn cemetery, Cambridge, Mass., has deep into the stone work. The detail. i vk and doable gum. adiMance in the routing either over Wild lets anu gei ria or inai anu ir interest fnm Jauuarv 9, I914, uk. required over a year and a half to which Dn account of the size of the N f 6(30 ft.; the ce a straig' t line, cat pr ia Gauley to Purkors ernor of our state will be easy. These tablets not in paia, una the complete. The fund for Its construe reproduction is only indicated, is en' same costs of this afc. oir. cion, m the era; ch to Creek, but do strenuously insist The outpouring of the people only move the oowels, but im- tion. tion, amounting to over $150,000, was tirely floral in form and free in treat hol-ohollow; th 'nee down the flrt announced by the directors ago and strengthbe done one at Beiea and Richmond demon-i- t prove the apa-tb- e the wild rose and the mornin- - the lha the routing For the purchase price the purto a beech, thence n rt'n t June, 1911, and was some time glory being used as the main motives, rates the fact .that interest in en the digestion. way or the other so as to allow fully subscribed. These ontributions It is interesting anhitecttirally chaser must execute hond, with to Morgan Faubush's line; thence have been made as expressions of note that while it is extremely free In with said Faubush'.N line cross the construction et the road to goo' roads is not backsliding by approved su tty teai intr lega, sentiment by Christian Scientists treatment and not at all conventional, ing COMMISSIONERS SALE. f ,rn clay of sale intere-s- t any means. the State Road, to tw-- large proceed. throughout the world. until it is generally very classic in feeling. Rockcastle Circuit Coukt. paid and ha v wig the force and ef. white oaks; thence with the same The s te on which the memorial Is The extreme width of the memorial ia was suggested by parties to It feet of a judgment. located is not only one of great nat- about fifty feet, and the colonnade is snd down thn en ek to .lick Bidders will State of Ohio, City et Toled , A.F.Lawkence, Admr. of the North that in case no agree ural beauty, but on account of its eighteen feet in diameter. The col- Sirntr's linf- thrnina be prepared to comply promptly ill,, f.mo Lucas County, s. RE Lawrencr. Plaintiff, with these terras. grade has rendered possible a more umns themselves are fifteen feet In ment can ho reached to get thru picturesque and interesting treatment height and are similar in general to the begin, i g. containing 80 Prank J. Cheney makes oath VS: COMMJSSIONEK'S SALE, G S Griffin. architecturally than would be possi- character to those In the Clepsydra acres, more or less, et sufficient Kockcastle that the route be that he is senior partner of the M. C. Rockcastle Circuit ble on a perfect level lot. The plot, of xxndronlcus of Cyrrhus. The large thereof to produce the of diverted foiu Madison county firm of F J Cheney & l o , do A. F Lawrence, &c , Court. which Is approximately 80 feet square, pylons were exhibited at tne Amen- - AiooiiO with lM.l ,nt,r.c. f,m ',:.. ...... .... ....j Defendants ,j oiai neui .w rai- - ing business in the city of To slopes gradually from the level of pan Inslitnte of Architecture in New "". uuo over uiu PROPER FOOD FOR WEAK By virture of a judgment ant the roadway to the lake with a drop York a short time ago and experts January 2'), D)14, until pai-'- . and ers Creek to mte ledo, County and State aforesaid, Tel of about ten feet. The memorial conSTOMACHS. and that said firm will pay the order of sale of the Rockcs-l- i w,,h hH from tvs. work alread sists of a circular open colonnade of The proper food for one man paid, sub-- j We are advised eight columns, retting upon a style-bat- e The architect is Egerton Swartwout January 20, Hit irestdent sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL circuit Court, rendered at the may be all wrono- t. .L of three steps, surrounded on the of New YorK citywio aestgn-- d tne j, c, ,0 tllH ()lowin LARS for each and every case of .red,s Allison one should" adopt a .. md the mem Catarrh that cannot be cured by April Term. 1917, thereof, in front by a circular platform slightly uew George Washington memorial. above cause, I shall proceed to, fitted to his age and occupation nbove tbe natural grade, from which the new Missouri sta'e capitol and tha rsi note W 0 o Jan. Zt. 1915 bers of his association were "'too platform a double flight of steps leads new Federal building in Denver. 'second note $9.oo Jan 27 i915 i,igt in their dealings to consider the use of HALL'S CATARRH offer for sale at tbe court house' 'hse who have weak stomachs MEDICINE. FRANC CHENEY. specially careful and :7 00 Jan 20, 1916. such a :;io3, such as would leave Sworn to before me and sub- door in Mt Vernon, Ky. to the JJ ,1 afcjT JtyaTltQQaijajaXKjyjtJe )i $&JCm&X$fa$ For the purchase price the pur- Rockcastle out of it, some of the scribed in my presence, this 6th highest ad .bst bidder, at Puo X Ttts 'with goo.' cttizeusof that county were day of December, A. D. 18 6. chaser must execute b nd "V he outcry, on Monday. May 28th, important rl: that they keen tf approved surety, bearing legal in A W. Gleason. 1917, being regular County Court boweis regular. When they bl' Notary PybHc. d;tv for terestfiom day of sale until paid l- - e aclUttl originators of the- (Seal) ..- - . said conntv. hctvpon come Constioateii nr Dixieand having the force Hall s Catarrh Medicine is ta j eieel of! movement that placed the J hours of 9 o'clock a. m and feel duli and stupid after eatu Bidders-wila judgment be pre- - Boone highway on the map thru ken internally and acts tbrou hithe U A u e Chaniberlain o..,r. 3 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of J6 Jhould r A a.4... pared to comply promptly w.th Eastern Kentucky. This associ I f Ky . n tne stonj. "ug System. Send for 'six months, tbe following de- - ach TnH terms these ation has not that smallness to faces of the e,s- uc testimonials free. G. S. Griffin, M 0. scribed property, to wit: "1are easy to I taw take away from tbe good people - lQct Cheney & Co , Toledo, P. J. in One tract of 4land located in effect of Rockcastle a great highway Ohio. COMPLETE H?IE--CoffiKocKcastie county, Kentucky, on for which the have fought so Sold by all druggists, 75c. GET RID OB v7wt Caskets and Robes Hall's Family Pills for constipa- - the headwaters of Negro Cre.-k- , valiauMy for during the past four RHKUMAriSM Mail. Telegraph or Tele-pbonand bounded as fdlows: years, especially would it be an tion. Now is the tim. .. . For Infants and Children na. of orders Promptly citithe North by ihe lands of your rheumatism. l" On n, V In Use For Over 30 Years injustice to James Maret, a Puled zen of Mt Vernon who has un John Wiggins and George AI- - haitUins Liniment a r O Always bears hr ht; on the Hast bv the lands ' JL. ' be rV,tf which it affordl selfishly put in bis time and monthe rflR FLETCtfEIT ri Signature of abw-mDy time b of Mary UwreiM ey during past four years in tbe and Joel coak i-1 -i- PEOPl L5 BSEaKSXS2 r prperl dps as thp "father or B oii' ttratd Way " and who BMde it possible b.v his activi'ies, for the routing of F,as? P xi Highwav thru tW work a:id is todav Cum1 no d version s r-- mm there will he n yet Contents 15 fluid brachnj 1 ft ROTHES If I ! X1 I STATE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION AS OF APRIL ASSETS gisiz 332 mESEsa wmm Si you20 V'.-i Mothers That La-ire- ! ?js f( i- LOANS BANKING HOUSE, OTHER REAL ESTATE, DUE FROM BANKS CASH ON HAND, $ 95.305.34 6.750.C0 43S.42 1 31,134.94 3,332.59 a '' Signature M s 1 IWiK Pr-ide- iit oiv-mization- $137,571.29 $ ' v INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, LIABILITIES 2 025.75 i A' hb In ' bt 'ft For Over fac-SimiJ- c CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS FUND, UNDIVIDED PROFITS, OFFICERS F. T 20,000.00 4,000X0 1,545.54 S $137,571.29 8 o Ass't Thirty Yosr u . .... . -- j na tfj. - c- x i W DIRECTORS y I BOUND TRIP ROUND TRIP L.W.Bethc rum, C W. g o. Lexington At ISf$ ana Unique Memorial Completed j $4.20 JUNE I3.70 JUNE -: - L. R.R. &N.B.B. th-Ap- 1 Park I & i at-wi- UrHDEgTAKER jlaamal i; , t.-- wit: ja. i - d.-po- H W. A. COX, hi. S - ai, i - vv CIV j w . - a-il- h ' JSSSJAeeMVtm(i0 '", ooun-structe- d. - , theory Tt I - SBANVIULBOWBiVS UNDERTAKER SoSShoVhT j a-i- l Brodhead ns, . j - ,aoT . e CASTOR IA x 4&gx, &&& hilar en C: CASTOL.m.