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VERNON, VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE X 1917 ill in is aWr. i7 3a W can't picture the satisfaction men get from their Clothes Eut come into the store and we'll show you the suits and tell you why they fit so well, wear so well, and cost so look so well little. HPHr Clothcraft KM 4j uw m SUTTON & McBEE The Place Y here Good Clothes Come From Mt. Vernon, Ky. THE CLOTHCRAFT ST.ORE IN T H? jS TOWN EVERY DAY the L. fcN. distributes $148,3Q0 throughout the South for operation of of its property. its trains and This daily distribution is made possible through the successful management of a constructive railroad which is an important factor in Southern progressive development and commercial supremacy. Because the L. & N. realizes that its interest and the interest of the people are in every possible mutual, it manner for better farms, (the foundation of all prosperity); for better industrial . conditions; ter better commercial cooperation; for better educational facilities; for more cordial social relations. up-keep co-opera- tes IlJLa 6 5X create and then swallow and destroy their own creation. Be careful what you imitate. I have so far made no charges, neither have I defended the Fiscal Court. I am not running for the position of 'FISCAL COURT". But granting that the charges which you have preferred, are all true. What have you been doing':' What has the people been paving you for? I thought it was' your duty as the paid Attorney of the people to look after their interests. It seems to me that it is bad grace for you as a paid official of the people, to begin at this late day to notify the people, and at the ,same time shouting and trying to maintain your own innocent. If your statements are SB 5k iSSMSH BHr k. true; you are either guilty of criminal negligence, putrid laziness :aB3EKil2Sr or profound ignorance. As for my record at Frankfort, I doubt if it smells as strong of and lijoze venders" in this "Booze" as some of the 'Blind-tiger- s County, who seems to have thrived during your four years term of vigorous prosecution? And "Strict but fair enforcement of the law". I ask the voters not to become conAs to my being eligible fused at the wailing of a cry baby or the noise of a Political Coward. The party is not in danger. The Ship of State is not sinking nor even leaking. Ed has just fallen overboard, that s all, and is floundering in the water, screaming and trying to excite the voters to throw out a life line and save him on August 4th. He says that I am hazarding the party. Gee! Such ja manifestation of Party loyalty, interest and devotion. It is almost Spiritual in its delicacy and beauty. He suggested that the voters compare our "Private Careers". I To tbh Democratic Voters OF Rockcastle County: can save you Jthat trouble, Jaud possible, myself some embarres- I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of ment, in the comparison, by just admitting that I am not so imCounty Attorney. If nominated and elected, I promise a clean, so- portant as he. For if his high station in private life in the least ber, fair, business like and impartial enforcement of the law compares with the high manner In which he carries his head, I In announcing my candidacy for election, I further promise to can assure you that I will not measure up to his knees. I should uphold the rights of the poof the same as the rich; the low as the think it will be a little trying for one living and enjoying such an high; of those who have no political influence the same as the exalted state of official and private success to climb off his "perch" the Republican as the for two long, hot summer months before the election, to mix and influential; the country man as town-man- ; mingle with me, common and less successful ones, and occasionly, Democrat; and the black as the white. possibly cofidescend to engage in a tew sweet words, low crooked All religious faiths will be protected alike. fawning with some voter. I certainly To the financial affairs of the county, I will give my particular courtesies and base spaniel But again, such reckless on such a nerve. attention, in order to enable its citizens to derive the greatest congratulate you, Ed, with great danger. Your succonduct, on your part, will be fraught possible benefits from the low tax rate. cessful Official and Private careers naturally had a tendency to make To those who do not know me personally, I wish to say that I cold mannered even almost frigid. I fear that when suddenly came to this County from Lincoln County twenty five years ago, vou warm up to the voters, the sudden change of temperature may old. Rockcastle County has been m you I then being seven years give you "Fever. Be careful Eddie Dear. home since childhood, and this is the first time that I have ask of 1 could siy lots of things concerning his record, or (lack ed of the voters of Rockcastle County for a public office. record), but you know the'County does not furnish me with two No political leaders, or supposed political leaders, in Mt. Ver to writeaod work in ; besides, I am busy trying to see to non have either asked or urged mo to make this race, but a good Offices Uoters and olPJPipNis. trying w improve ny rnvaie .arTOl many country people insisted that I should-- . After giviug it I am sorry that Ed has seen fit to start this newspaper "StuH . thought, I have decided to submit my cause to the DemI am now willing to play quits. It sounds I had rather not indulge. ocratic voters of Rockcastle County. 1 want to make a clean fight, such as all Republicans For seven years I have been in the practice of law, and, in childish. make against each other, notwithstanding the fact that I am addition to that I have had twelve years business experience. I should supply of ammunition, accumulated in possession of a super-abundafeel that I am amply capable of filling the office of County At during the last four years and touching certain events in a not very torney. very remote nei forgotten past. They will make, not nice, but Before august 4th I shall endeavor to see eaeh voter, but, interesting reading. So Ed, suit your self "Old Top" I would not should I (ail, I will appreciate your support. restrain your ensanguined ardor nor disarrange a hair ou the well Yours truly, kept oreole which covers ycur classic brow. W. H.Krueger. So ' Lay on McDuft." (Bray) on Ed. Years very kindly, ""ggg?"" NUMBER 36 - W. H. KRUEGER . corr-siderab- le nt E. B. Thompson. WINCHESTER By Oil and Gas "J. M." H 5 ' s&nBflFin- - as & v Through theirshareintheL.&IN s daily distribution of $ 48,300 many 1 v individuals and enterprises are able to realize their desire for business prosperity and personal happiness. A considerable portion of the $7,200.00 paid daily for taxes is devoted to Southern education. One out of every ten people derives his or her means of livelihood directly or indirectly from the railroad industry. The L. & N. operates in nine Southern states. Therefore the ability of the L. & N. to operate successfully is a matter of vital concern to Southern prosperity. K . E. B. THOMPSON Z The oil fields of Estill county day. have certainly livened up things While Clark county hasn't so Winchester. In 1916 there in candidates as Rockcastle-- , were, probably, 150 vacant houses inany hey are just as busy and a'leetle ' bearing the signs: "for rent lo rise. There are none today and num The bathing season will open erous new buildings are uemg oil it Boone Beach, Boonesbore, as erected. Men interested in have located their families here ioon as winter breaks. This is going to prove one of on account of good schools and many lother conveniences, and he most popular places to be use the railroads between here uund anywhere in our commonWin'Uncle Billy, and Estill in looking after their wealth. chester is making big efforts to business in the oil fields. g Upon inquiring it is found tht secure the appointment as bath-idcostume ceusor. among various patented powei sue hemp oreaks, oply a partial The eleven store rooms on reached. They do tfaiu street that were vacant cess has been the "breaking" all right but ast year are .all occupied now, tangle up aud cut the fiber in i number el them by oil supply many instances. Inventors are ompauies. still at work upon the pioblem. The county force .is at work A big crop has been sown this :ompleting that portion et Paris vear. The good prices secured t)ilte that was unfinished last fail, for last years crop induced many doone Way is routed over tuis to plant this season and it is be .oad lieved a big crop will not lessen The men's Jclass of tha various thfe price. A big raiser told the re-o- rt Co., at this time having a statf of 15 geologists at work in Kentucky. Geologists command a salary of 5 per $-- 'et . Louisville fc Nashville Railroad Co. Tht OU (3) RtltabU I am indeed sorry that My opponent, Mr. Gentry, has seen fit o resort to newspaper gossip during this campaign. I had hoped hat each and every candidate for the various offices would prove to the public generally, that they are not children, but men, big enuf miimiiminnrmnnimimiu to deserve the confidence and support of every voter in the County. TVERYtimethetun If you remember my announcement was very brief. I was esVj sets on the Southpecially careful to avoid .harsh terms. But it seems that the word land, the L.& N. pays FAILURE, as used therein, has lain heavily on my Opponent's out $148,300 in the operation and upkeep stomach, and being unable to digest it; in the last issue oi tne of its line or road. Signil he tried to play the Buzzard. I don't believe that anv intelligent, impartial man who has It costs every day read my announcement, has or can place such a construction on it's $69,900 (or wages. meaning as he has. Neither do I believe that his imagination is so $47,700 (or material vivid and penetrating that he has gleaned therefrom anj such mean and supplies, ing or intent. But I do believe that he has been told this by B $23,500 (or interest whose (Puppet) he is, or else, he has lately awakened someone, and rent. dreamed that $7,200 (or taxes, g from a four years imitation of Rip Vanwinkle and has it would be nice if I would be foolish enough to try to aeiena ui& administration. But Edd I refuse to attempt such a collossal task. -Besides, vcur record for the last four years is your own The child is yours. 1 refuse to begardian for such a ward. Stand I by it Ed. You can't disown it It is snakes and reptiles that &$i lowu on the river. It is an custom. None bat men attheir old tend. Thoy wear clothing. If a man is caught on the grounds with a collar and tie on, he is immediately court martialed and these ornaments thrown into the river. They are all "boys" on that day, and any member failing to kick Ciurlt. up his heels and make a noise More acerage is now .held in is looked upon with suspicion. Kentucky petroleum operations The writer had the pleasure than in any other field in the (f meeting Miss Bessie Taul United States. Most of the leasa writer of some ing has been done by the largest Cirkright. who is state agent for companies in the industry, which Ote, and Cattrell's history, which came mtans that the state will be giv- press March 15th. The n ' a Jthorough testing. Many from the work is by a teacher who was o.f the large developing concerns the fit si professor to teach Ken- bave geologists going over the (Continued on last page. Ifielfi, .one concern, the Empire prices have been runing as high asj$13 50 per hundred pounds. Some velvet for the raiser-Maninquiries are made about C. C Davis and family by folks here, who regret tneir naving removed from Winchester back to Mt. Vernon and yet hope for their return to the capital of y writer that there is good money Sunday schools are arranging in hemp at ten dollars, whereas .or a union picnic and outing an-lu- al MT.VERNON biGNAL for parents, T T T T TT ed in lack o CT "1 the Baptiat people t aring d n s of adwelltng house tint they had for the aged, for the officii. th law and for the law itself. lWp's George Smith has returned purchased ome linw ;ifjo for the Friday, une 1, 1917 trom Corbin, where she hss purpose of making their lot larger It has also been a uniform obMorris and to put up other buildings. servation that these conditions beet' vis ting relttices. Published every Friday by Cot.tungim and Miss Ruth Pa'nter Foil re has the building- torn down become aggravated whenever EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. and he and a boy "did it, so he and wherever int xLating liquorr wre in KastBernstadt, Sundav. inter of Lebanon J unc-tt- o might be termed the blind house halntually used. Confronted J nines are i. l'.iuh d wn Sunday, and his carpenter. A li'tle yrit helps con $I.O with these faots we are about t OBSCRIPTION OKK V8A.R T. M Dees has been undertake the creation of a larg-arm- mother. Mrs. Geo. Paintc, accom- sidenhle. and panied him home. to his re m some Mrs. Jane confined of the yoang people, Advertising rates mace knou n on Mrs. G. P.Cartwright, of Owt-ns- , of Fineville. is here visit-- i time, but we are proud to learn to prepare it for participation in application Whitwell, Tenn., writes: g relat ves W H Canncal. of that he is much letter the most gigantic trugle in the John "I suffered with bearing-dow- n v1t. Vernon, can lidate for jailer jCockrell, who has bee-- i on th pains. . . The history of wws. MKMBKR OF dizzy spells got so bad was in town a few days ago and sick li.t for a few days, is in P.oiWhen the army was reorganiz KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION that when I would start to D B Rambo was ed in i'JOI. following the war said his outlook for the place was Kv , this week walk, I would just pretty with Spain, there was introduc O K. -- Sheriff Cam Mullins, Judge in Danville, Mouday, on business. nearly fall. Was very Miss Maranda Tate, of Brod-heaI told much ed in the Act, prohibitory legis G.M Pallard, Att'y E- R. Gentry, thought my husband was here latter part of last sale of wine of Mt Vernon, were h. re Wed ties lation regarding the Cardui would help me. . . and beer upon military reserva day There will be a public meet- letween trains. W M.tiakei He got me a bottle. . . It moved his family back to Mt Ver tious. There was much resent ing Saturday evening at helped me so much that house here at 7:30 p in , in non WG Nicele is treating the ment on the part of the army a' he got me another bottle. I got a whole lot better. ANNOUNCEMENT. legislation, tbe interest of the good roads testaurant and Eight Gables Hotei this discriminatory The dizzy spells and the Addresses will le to a new coat of paint Thai movement. for while it introduced prohibi bearing-dow- n pains . . . We Are Authorized lo Announce lion on reservations it encouraged ma ie by Prof Hemden of Herea, portion of the Masonic b ick build v. h. krl-k;i:entirely." left me MM others, on the route seleeud i"g, which was a store room, and If you are weak and Ae ft c indicate for the nomination for border line saloons in surrou d the pike up Rockcastle river where the bank will b- - opened Com t. Attorney of RackflMtlc, ubj Ci ing territory. or suffer from The aggravation to 'he action of the Democratic party at bridge to build over June 4'h, is undergoing repairs womanly pains, here R?i was grave in states !ike August Prini;r;, , 1917. wlure prohibition was a sham Ronndstone creek, and Berea has Mrs George Reynolds of Corb;n TAKE and a public danger, the laws offered to help finance the affair if Jias returned home after a few ANNOUNCEMENTS. Livi gston will giV jo much. jdas with her sister, Mrs. B P We are authorized to announce the being ignored in the most open Seven hundred dollars has Mullins, of this place J P E followiu persons as candidates for the and flagrant mauner. offices in Rockcastle county, already been subscribed by the Drum mend lias "entered the edi 6Ubjct to the Itepublican piiniarv elecIn the course of time the aboliToday, May 30th, ' tonal world and now is editing 1917: tion in oeer and citizens here. tion of the sale of FOR .lUOtiF. we e is Decoration Day and friends ..f the Livingston BulKtin, and to d wines -- alcoholic liquors Cam Mulliiis, at Mt. Vernon, Ky. will meet at the him justice he is doing exceed previously barred' on military the depa G. M. Ballard, of Mt. Wmon, Ky. The Woman's Tonic reservations, aud naval regula- cemeteries all over the country insfly well, and is getting out ai J. N. (Jriltiu, of Spiro, Ky. and decor-itthe graves of their amusing and interesting paper. -You can feel safe in givtions hauishei intoxicating drinks FOR OOtMTY ATTORN KY. friends and relatives buried there,1 Miss Georgia McDaniels is visb ing Cardui a thorough E- R Gentry, of Mt. Ycrnon, Ky. from war vessels. Modern trial. It is composed of and while doing this we will let ing her sister, Mrs Charley Car destroyers and submaE. B. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Kv. mild, vegetable, mediciMis. FOR SHEKIFF. had tiecone too complicat- our minds wander across the penter, of Lebanon, Kv. nal ingredients, recogrines Tip Langford, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. any part to Atlantic and wish we could even Roy Fen wick and children, after nized by standard medied to be entrusted in some flowers on L. G. Clark, of Orlando. Ky. place the a few days visit with relatives at cal bocks for many years, with drink. minds beclouded as being of great value in Kv-- , graves of the poor Belgians tint Lebanon, have returned FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK, and safety of operation Efficiency the troubles from which B. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. J, Miss Georgia McFerroi , like demanded the exclusion of have been murdered in cold blood homo only women suffer. The S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. by the Germans. J. H Owens, of Mi. Vernon, was in our town enthusiastic praise of the iquor from war vessels and it is J aiiics Proctor, of Orlando, Ky. father of the writer, was in Liv- Sundav. - J. A Oliver, of Win thousands of women who certain that if the restoration of FOR JAILER. ingston for the first time in many chester, was with our merchants have been helped by "Little" Tom Taylor, of Mt Vern n,Ky. the wine mess for the period of months, being compelled to go on Tuesday. -- We were amused the Cardui in its past 40 years Logue Sowdar, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. the war were put to a vote of na of successful use should " crutches -- Dr R G Webb has s dd jollier dav at a nun telling whr G. W. Decker, of Cedarville, Ky. val officers it would be over assure you of its genuine hi saddle horse and is now using! was the happiest man living an J. is. Southards, of Fine Hill, Ky. merit, and convince you whelmingly defeated. his Ford in his large pnetice. this is the way he explained it Frank Mullins, of Ml. Vernon, Ky. that it would be worth Observing the operations of th Doc says it is much R. B. Shephard, of Orlando, Ky. your while to try this better than He said it was tbe mail that had so called anti canteen law which Uie J. W. Chasteen. of .lohnetta, Ky. medicine for your trouold fashioned horse back way, six fiddles, ten children, thirteen .1. L. Arnold, of Livingston, Kystopped the sale of wine and bles. All druggists sell it. and the pike will make it mud hounds a deaf and dumb mother Jas. Winstead, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. beer at post exchanges or can better sailing - J M Fou re, the 'in law, and a moonshine still that S. A. Drew, of Burr, Ky. teens, it wa found that for a time Try Cardui Harry Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. b'ind man, took a contract fro.n 'the government could not find 1.74 the offenses involving drunkenFOR SIFT. OF SCHOOLS. ness increased at army posts lo Mrs. Alice Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. in territory where saloons W. R. Dickerson, of Livingston, Ky. cated were permittOfcxist This FOR ASSESSOR.' Xow beat this tnl we will pnt uj was credited foTreract that men! . C. T. Sigmon, of Wildie, Ky. rf r shut up. After a lonp dr W. H. Carmical, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. went to considerable distance' pell in this locality the rtrout' barracks for liquor, and not from ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. as bee-- i brukea and run haWm. M. Durham, .lohnetta, Ky. expecting to repeat the trip soon Rev. on falling in p.opion.- quantities indulged in too much for their FOR MAGISTRATE n the atifaetitiii of tlr o vn good. The statistics of dis First District, grardent-r- s in this and innt-rciplinf;ry action through a numW. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. on -- Mrs.W.M. Owens. n Burr of years seemed to establish ber Form h District. G. W. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. vas in our town latter part of la that mors tbM fiftv per cent of FOR CONSTABLE, veek. Marshal W N. Riggs the cases of desertion and abFikst District, some team working on Hih sence without leave were due to J. A. Jones, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. street this week and they ar drunkenneaa. FOR REPRESENTATIVE nakii.g a great improvement -While the current returns of 71st Legislative District, VIr. and Mrs. Hobert Griffin an the internal revsnue bureau of Laurel and Rockcastle. spending a few days with rda the trea $ try make it appear that John R. Floyd, of Laurel County. S. C lves in London this week the income from the manufacture conFranklin, the L.&N watch inspec MODERN WAR AND of beer sad liquors has stead ih or. was in o r town Tuesday. PROHIBITION increased, there can be no ques Auy one doubti.ig the corn arr With the declaration of War tion that the temperance and totold by our friend. James Maret. with Germany, and the enact tal abstinence campaigns of the we will refer them to S C. Frmk ment of the selective draft law, past few years have brought lin, who has a life size photo r.f we have assumed obligations about a marked change in Ameri the corn and he said he was gciiif whose ultimate ends no man can can life. It is no longer fashionplace them in the window a Primarily we have able to serve wines and liquors in foresee. is shop where everyone passing now become respnisible for the tr.e lavish way which obtained in uld look at th m. We ar preparation of hundreds cf former years. That temperance ippv to inform the pubic tha thousands of young men for the has won a lasting victory is athe disagreement ovr the wi stern duties and hardships of tested by the large increase in W. H. COTTONGIM, J. C, GRIFFIN, pike should go has been set he war, and, in the natural order territory covered by prohibition Vice- - President President t ed by a nrddle route, or a rout of things they will constitute the laws .and in the drastic regula hrough Livingston and human element available for the tions governing .the employment creek, near its mouth Its Loan Money Bank Does nation's defense for many years of men in dangerous occupa hence up Rockcastle river lo th to come. The nation owes it to tions, when individuals may be Officers nouth of Parkers creek. Now tlie young men whe are selected nd often are responsible ter the ve hope there is nothing in tin for military training and service lives of others. If this applies We hopa the road will soon vav that, from the vry tirst ihey in the operations of railroads e completed Mrs Not a Hughe shall know that the training and great industrial establish.nd little son, George, have will be carried on under citcum-stance- s ments, how much more should eturned to Paris, after a few days it apply in the cases of tbe ofabove reproach. isit with her parents, Mr and The development of minds and ficers and men called to the colIrs. J. B Hayse W A Owen-h- e bodies to meet the demand of ors to uphold the honor of the sweet singer of Quail, was in niilitaty service in war requires nation and to defend its material uir town this week. C. R Rice not only the m tt modern by interesjs.v A Skin Bleach or Whitener for dark or brown skin, remov-ingal- l tas moved his family to Revena, Of course it is absurb to inau giecic surroundings but the ab blemishes ami cle ring swarthy or sallow complexions vhere he has a iob as yard sence el tvery form of personal gurate complete prohibition unW. B. Rice has mov- d naster. dissipation. And one who sells til, as a nation we are prepared and causing the skin to Grow Whiter, Don't envy a clear or gives intoxicants oi arugs of nto the property vacated by 1) J complexion, use Cocotone Skin Whitener and have one. any kind to young men undergo to abandon taxation of manufacValker. and Emmet Hansel wil Atter many ing training for the nation's de- tured intoxicants. WHAT USERS.THINK OF COCOTONE. move into the p:operty vacateo fense not enl? commits a crime sears observtiou of the efforts R R Perkins has by W. B. Rice Macon, Ga. Montgomery, Ala against the individual but a trea of drink upon our soldiers, it is noved into the property of Judge Cocotone Co. sonable act against the nation. the unhesitating opinion of the Cocotone Co Send me by Dear Sirs: I find that Cocotone Dees, and B H. Griffin will move Dear Sirs: return The experience of European writer that the proceeds of govmail two boxes (Jocoione Skin Skin Whitener is the best prep into the property vacated by Per nations has made it clear that to maintain a modern army in the ernmental taxation of stills and WlMtefler and three cakes of Coc- - eration I have ever used to clear kins Mrs. W. M. Fallas, is visitbreweries is, to say the least, no otone Skin Soap. They are fine; the skin, and wish you would field there must be organized in Louisville this at home. Anything that compensation for the misspent md 1 do not caae to be without, mail mt" me two boves at once. ing relatives Enclosed is money order them (Signed) Mrs C P Johnson. A eek. militates against this is depriv lives and atunted brains of those Do not accept substitutes or ing the human element of its who are addicted to drunken- for $1 25. Yours trnlv, im tations. SOUR STOMACH. normal etiergy, working under it requires war time Clara M. Jackson, be combatted ness. If war pressure, must This is a mild form indigestion. CtfT THIS OUT. ins a re an absolute prohibition and if need be destroyed. It is usually brought on by eating Waycross, Ga. The public is far better advised ly sober ao4 dependable army we Cocotone Co. too rapidly or too much, or of Cototone Co.. The today than ever before, concern- shoul navy k sod the sooner Dear Friends: Your Cocotone food not suited to your digestive Atlanta, Ga. ing the efforts of the habitual the better. Skin Whitener is the finest thing in producing organs. If vou will eat slowly, use of intoxicants used Cocotone I I ever saw. My skin was very Skin have never but if "you will masticate your food thoroughly, criminal, insane and untrustWhitener, HAS A GOODUPINION OF worthy men and women and de CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. dark and the first box has made send me a 25c box free will b eae but little meat and none all .1 many shades lighter and my children. Prisons, generate j d for shipper, you will more than "Chamsrlain's Tablets are a friends all ask me what I have 2c stamps to cover cost JV asylums and public leformatories likely avoid the sour stomach I never sold anything een using. Enclosed you will ing, packing, etc. f urnuh continuous and abundant wonder. find $2 oO. Please send mc six lines without taking any medicine The that bet them." writes F. B eridence along these Name undiscipline of Ameri- Tressey, Richmond, Ky. When boxes of Skin Whitener and two increasing whatever. When you have sour cans has been observed and not troubled with indigestion or con- - akes of soap. stomach take one of ChamberAddress Yours Truly. ed by investigators and students) lain's Tablets to aid digestion. Anna M. White. Agents Wanted. for msny ysars. This is evideao- - sttpfttion ? them s trial. ct -- f f Pains, Dizzy Spells I It's A "Stuck-up- " l. fr 9 r xMjK S&V this selling Wall have a right to Ke proiul of ours lt CMM we are giving the M people the goods thev irrjr - Paper, but we d, run-dow- n. T Q U 1 h-i- r large line of Wall Papers of the better grades in every kind of pattern anl suitable for every room in the house. And you can always save money lv haying here. s: it-- run-dow- n, i- -a M hi Mt. Vernon, KvV. C. C. C O X TTTZ2Xjl. 8 M Court House OoDosite XZZ53 K Au-jut- , tc-- e - bai-tleship- s, Floors Woodwork Furniture agent Here is the cleansing and beautifying universal Hanna's Lustro Finish Everybody, everywhere has some need or other for Hanna's Lustro-Finisand best of all everybody can use it. Child, man or woman, all alike, can soon learn how to apply this superior finish to things about the house and make them beautiful and new. h, NEW BANK rara t mmtZ'&&t''f59&mmmm BT" gl IV mm mm. sSmwmt J& THE Sold hi? FIRST STATE BANK OF LIVINGSTON s s-- c For Sale by J. 3 B. NOE 0 ha-ua- Will open for business Monday, June 4th With every banking venience Come in and see us Prompt and courteous tr eatment. Masonic Building Not R.H. MILLER I LEADING Mt. Vernon, 8 DRUGGIST Kentucky CALL ION US if you need anything aero-ionndsto- ne in the drug lin e Prescription Work a Specialty This To PHONE SKIN WHITENER 25c Box Free COCOTONE 39 2X1 TlX7 tZ .Mt WITHERS was in Richmond Mrs. Edd n still remains ve y sick Robins C E. Mullins - si'urday and Sundav. -J H n liobarts was in Ml Ver-- i in-dust- iv mm Monday on business. Mr ind Mrs. Wade Ballard, of Covington, are with the latters.psrents Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mnllins. Elijah Walthen, of Livingston, is here working on T. R. Mullins house Mr. and Mrs. Jones French, and children, were with Mr. and Mrs. Be'rt Mullins Sat urday aud Sunday. Rev. Ponder and little daughter, Martha, were in Berea Saturday and Sundav where Rev. Ponder filled his reg. ular appointment. .Henry Ma Haffey, of Livingston,'was in this Vernon, was here first of the week. Luther Mullins and wife, of Mt. Vernon, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs T R Mullins here last week There is nat exciteuien in this part 0H the oil situation, since the drill has betn moved to Jones Durham's farm. We hope how soon there will be a number of wells, go down in this part. Most all the land in this part has been leased. There will be services at Red Hill Sunday conducted hy Rev. Ponder Mrs. M. E. Price and daughter, Joyce, of Level Green. Dr. and Mrs. G C. Price and little daughter, and Albert Batt7 of Judson, Ind., were pleasant visitors of Mrs. F. E. Mullins at Withers last week. Mt. part Tuesday Sundays storm . . - was very severe in this part lots of timber was blown down. J H. Roberts is taking, advantage of the present tide ani will run CASTOR Always bears the Signature of I A For Infants and Children 1 several ties to Livingsto i. Clarence Marcum was in this ATUi CsvisAy , of J f uasiiy. In Use For Over 30 Years &&u ML VERNON SIGNAUB R O D H E A D Mt. Vkrxon Kv. June 1, 1917 Satr?av- - Cor fear our Livingston He MMbrl a sma11 wuonu in uie corner 01 one eye as friend a result of the explosion of a gun FOR JAILER will continue to think that cap during nis army career, and we are too proud to fight, or thpt this wound in after years became up ' No. 79 w Met! VJ fM he bluffed us with the poetry , Sy that of a cancerous nature, eating deep want toComm on with SIGNAL some body else composed, we, into his head, destroying his eye wi.I try to write a few items that 'and causing him to suffer untold has taken place since our last let pain, which together with troubles ter. About two weeks ago Mrs incident to his age caused death. C H. Smith, died at the home of Besides his widow, he leaves sev- her husband's paaents, near Con- - eral children, His remains were Louisvllc 4 Nashville R R Co. way, alter a short illness, leaving buried in tht Methodist church a two day? old baby boy. Mrs. cemetary Monday afternoon after TIME TABLE. was beiore her marriage services by the pastor, the Rev. 22 uortn.. 5.10 pm bmuh Miss Leavey Cherry, daughter of ABPutorf.--- A few days ago as LITTLE TOM TAYLOR 3:56 am 24 nortn the late Mr and Mrs. John T. the writer was walking along a 1'S south n:44 a id 12:13 am Cherry, and a sister or J. Thos. certain street in a certain town 1 21 South cnerr, a prominent mercnant et was reminded of a list of dents I Paducah, Ky.,May 28 The toll Tas. Landrum, Agent, Crab Orchard. As soon as Mr (read several vears umn intended' of dearl ami ininvnH biien hv hone No. 8. Ctierry was notified of her death for the benefit of a young man : the storm which late Sunday af- he, with Postmaster Granville "Don't marry a girl who will! ternoon sweut four counties of Knterd at the Mt Vernon, Ky. mail matter. as stoond-ciasOwens, went to the residence of sweep the back yard and carefully Western Kentucky continues to Mr Smith and made immediate ulace the rubish taken therefrom mount rapidly as a con PERSONAL preparations for the burial, which in the middle of the street, for fused mass of conflicting reports t nk place at the Baptist church you will find the dirt taken from from many sources was shifted. Everett Mutlirs was in East t emetery the following day aft-- r the parlor floor under the cook it appeared probable Btinstadt Sundiy. short services by Kid. L.N Bowl table in the kitchen''. Rubish that the death list would approach hn Cress was over from ii'g, of the Christian church. A looks equally as well to the passer seventy and that the list of those Sunday. Pr achersvill number of years ago the late John by in the yard as on the street in ' more or less injured would num-fron- t of the uicely kept lawn, and ber several hundred, r.and Vrs. Hugh Mdlei areil herry moved to this county and lived here until bis death some if some one, other than a member wih wlethre itCorUa. Investigation to day at Hick-o- f your own family should place maa. in Fulton county, and at The childre of Mr. and Mrs. two or three years ago. Of a fam-- i y of thirteen, J. Thos. Cherry, is something unsightly in front of Clinton and Bardwell, in Carlisle C. m Mull lis have measles. the only suni- ing member, his your house, remove it, for those county, the sections mo.st affect-whr x has been Mrs. Matiliia father, mother and then brothers notice things are sure to'ed by the storm, revealed condi-thinquit sick for the week. and sisters are dead. The infant you did it and will form a 'tions even wor.se than had been Mrs Will Hsh has been quite child of Mrs fcmith died a few bad impression of you as a tidy indicated by earlier reports. sick week with quitizy. 79 in the district are available, but they will be large. In Fulton county much of the eotton crop is said to have been literally stripped from the ground. The loss from cattle killed will it is said, amount to many thousand of dollars. You get an patriotic! American Hag with every one dollar purchase at our store. W. F. Baker. ''- - s 1 Re I Tomorrow is flag raising day in Mt. Vernon. A large U. S. flag 8x15 will be hoisted on top of Court Hou-- e at 2 p. m. Mxicq patriotic speaking is on tap. Judge G. M. Ballard sold the 1 1 rocx s timber from his Jjackcon County iract of land, for 2ooo. This is a tine boundary of timber. The First State Bank, will open at Livingston Monday and there is every assurance that mis new iusuiuuom win nave a good opening. See announcement elsewhere in this issue. f IPI (3 Br is il ! 1)1 1 to-da- j it YOUNG MEN Who Buy Their CFofMngr and Furnishings af Fish's have at their command a service which is the result of the experience of thirty years of selling. k I) To-nig- x 1 Children Cry FLETCHER'S O ASTORIA. FOR - WHOOPING COUGH. o iat k this In this disease it is important that the cough be kept loose and expectoration easy, which can be Mrs S T. Proctor has been on the sick list a week et more N r.and Mrs. J. W Brown have lrom a several days retunieu st if i Louisville. oung, of Brod Mrs B T head, is the guest of K v. and Mrs H. T. Young. W T. Davis and family have moved to their farm 3 miles out on the Richmond pike. Miss Eila Carson is home from North Carolina where she has teaching the p.tst year, bet Mr and Mrs Ivau Roberts are the proud parents of a tine son wnicu arrived last Saturday. Roy Britton is here from Bond He is looking for .a commissary cook for the Bond Foley Lumber 1 11 Co. Clarence Mai cum and pnTtj motoreu oveirom Berea Sunday a id have been here most of the Mts Richard Boul ware, son, New Mexico, are guests of Mrs J. W. Van Winkle. Geo. Weiderhold and Charley L Davis failed to pass the Naval examination and are back home at work. xMr and Mrs Robert McKee, and little daughter, of London, were the week end guests of Mr and Mrs. Will Fish Atty. C. C William, Logan Bryant and ye editor saw the Automobile races at the Cincinnati speedway Wednesday. Rev. H. T. Young attended the Eleventh district .Sunday school convention at Williamsburg Wednesday and yesterday of this week. He reports a most Mr. and and interest' r ,n ' uO. If its to veu &et it at Fish' Meal 9U cents pet saCK. F. Baker. One dollar buys a pair of good overalls at our store this week". W. F. Baker. W. Fish's are enlarging pictures and framing them for a certain of cash trade. Ask amount abtut it. A fishing party composed of Mesdame Tom Niceley, Chas. Davis, Ab Sparks and Mr and h rs. Luther Mullins spent Tuesday at Langfcrd Station. Chas. C. ;Davis, who has just returned from Winchester, has opened a real estate and insur ance office, in the room recent ly vacated by Cox & Mullins baroers. A good live real estate man is what Rockcastle and believe Mr. Davis to be the right man in the place A good real estate agency is an absolute necessity in every good town and county. The real estate man brings busine-- s aud those who have property no matter what it is for sale can al ways have, whatever it is, hand led more successfully through the real estate agent. M r. Davi expects to visit evety section et the county and get in touch with the people, and familiarize him self with the conditions of the has-neede- days after the death of its mother Since our last letter, Clarence Roberts, youngest son of Mrs. Sallie Roberts, of Gum Sulphur, and Miss Essie Haney, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Haney. of Middlesburg, Casey county, were married at Stanford. Miss Haney 'S a niece of Mrs Man Albright, of this place. These are splendid oung people and we join their many friends in wishing them continued pleasure thru life. Mr. aud Mrs. U. B Cass have moved to the Quail ssction, and are making their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cummins. W.A.Carsou is paint ng at Crab Orchard this week VI r Car.-oseems to be in great demand at present, both at home and abroad A. E. Albright recently sold a fine Jersey cow to SB. Neveus. at Stanford, for $75., md J R.Cass bought a nice young Jersey at Stanford for the same money Mrs. J. W. Tate and daughter, Miss Miranda, were in Louisville last week shopping. R.L. Smith and Allen Hiatt sold thirty-on- e head of young cattle at Stanford, on County Court day. -- Mr. Larkin Hicks looks as young to us as he did twenty five years Mrs. C A. Wheeldon and .10. children, of Lancaster, were with relatives here recently. Mrs. L M. Brown of Memphis, Tenn , is with her parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. Frith. Mrs. A. J. Pike re turned a few days ago from a two weeks visit to her sop. C.R Pike, m Corbin - Mrs. Miranda Phil ipps died at her home near Wil die about a week ago after a short illnessMrs Phillipps was a sis ter of our J. W. Tate, and besides him is survied by her mother aud two sons aud two daughters. The Junior Order of America placed a nice flag on the Graded chool building here last Satur day. A uuraber of the Juniors were here in dress parade, and ifter a number of speeches down own, they marched to the school uilding and hoisted the stars and stripes. Among the speakers were S F. Bowman, W. R. Dick jrson, A J. Pike, and L. W. Dr. and Mrs W. F. tetnurum. Carter, and children, went to Shelbyville the latter part of last week. The doctor returned Mon- lay. Mrs.Carter and the children vill remain there some three veeks or more. Mrs H.L. Tharp, f Junction City, was here Sunday he guest of her sister, Mrs J. R. Oass Givens and Gus Carson, ons of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Car - housekeeper. At Hickman a check of reports from various sources apparently Flour the best for $1.80. estimated that the death list iu W. F. Baker. Fulton county wo.ild exceed forI7C buys a 1 lb package of ty. These reports told of forty-twgood coffee at ou r store deaths in Fulton county, of W. F. Baki:r. which twenty two were at a small mill town. The HELP WANTED. list of injured is prolematical, Man to shoe horses and repair but it was estimated that the buggies. Call or see number would approach 200. Ed Dkathkragr, Twenty two persons are in the Mt Vernon, Ky. o done, by giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. P.H Mar tin, Peru, Ind , writes, "My two daughters had whooping cou;h I gave them Chamberlain's Cjugh Remedy and it worked like a charm.' WABHlNG TO C'AXDI DATES. Under the late act of the Kentucky legislature, all candidates for the nomination and election to any office are limited in the ex Bond-uran- t, FISH'S Jf SUITS are of the highest character and quality. Your size in the style you like is ready to try on, 25 Special Mav, 18 3T. hospital at seven teen To contract, job of 'egging, about 3 miles west of Hazel Patch on Rockcastle river. There will be about one million feet in the tract. This is good logging and is an opportunity for the right man to make some money. Apply to R. L. Payne, Livingston Ky, Rep .Valley Creek Lumber Co vVanteD: ROAD WORKING! The London Automobile Club has set aside Friday June 1, to meet at Mouth of Parker 'd Creek to spend the day in repairing the road. Corbij is respectfully requested to lend her assist-inc?- . To those who have no conveyance, automobiles wdl be furnished free. Everybody should help in this good work. London Automobile Club. The publication of the names if the men who are to contri-- ' bute Kentucky's new tax Com mission is a highly gratifying proof lie Hickman, of whom p .Miditure of money, property or are expected to die. the promise of money or property or the promise of any appointSupply Of Caskkts ment or special favor. They .can Exhausted not even hire a man to go flout to By 6 o'clock tonight thirty electioneer for him, neither can bodies has b en brought .into they sign notes, or otherwise inHickman from outlying points fluence men to support them ter to be prepared for burial. The arsv office. supply of caskets iu the town aud five had been exhausted bodies are being held at the pub lie library until fliore coffiuscould be secured. SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY AT SPECIAL! FLOUR PRICES High Patent ttat an earnest effort is to -- made to administer the new-tasystem in the spirit which prompted the reform. The com mission is an .excellent one, and confidence is fully warranted that it w.ll do its very importaut part toward making the new system what its promoteis intended it to be. And no less encouraging than the selection of this commission is the choice of Jonn Buechel as its expert adviser; the record of Mr. Buechel as City Assessor of Louisville fur nished ample evidence that no better choice could have been made. The first step to put the new law into execution is decidedly a hopeful step. CHOLERA MORBUS. This is a very painful dangerIn almost every ous disease. neighborhood someone has died from it before medicine could be obtained 01 a physician summoned. The right way is to have a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoae Remedy in the house so as to be prepared for it. Mrs. Charles Gnyeart, Hunnington, Ind., writes: "During the summer of 1911 two of my children were taken sick with oholera morbus. I used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it gave them immediate relief." At Clinton, in Hickman county, a check of the death list reported showed that five persons were killed there and that twelve others lost their lives at Cypress, a small nearby village. The list of injured in the two towns was estimated to be upward of forty. At Bardwell, in Carlisie county three persons are kuown to have twenty five been killed and others more or less injured. At Dublin, in Gravee county, five persons were killed and twenty five injured. Many isolated points in the stricken district are yet to be heard from, because of the destruction of virtually all lines of Reports from communications. and Greenfield, both of Led ford which towns were reported to have been hard hit by the storm, still were unavailable. to-nig- ht Mountain Flour , Eldean and u SACK J YOUNG MEN'S OUTFITTERS - I . Al Purity Hog Meal, Cheafei better than-corn- 1.75 SACK wi i . 41 3.41 a s& .1 y UOOO OOO '.' iJ. Per 100 lbs H Horse and Mule Feed Per 100 lbs Clean, Strong and Safe The standing el a Bank is determined by the law und'.r which ltojK'r-atoand by the abiiity and character of its management. The conservative Methods of this ytmn of sucBank, its record of cessful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best s. 1 ." 8? SPECIAL FOR MONDAY, June 4th One Sack Flour 48-pou- nd Storm's Course Erratic. The course of the course was erratic Reports its course and direction even were confusing, but apparently it first struck near Dublin and passed through that town, creating havoc. Bardwell the next town in its path, suffered heavily, while much of the territory in the immediate vicinity escaped almost unscathed. M flfl JM.UU Only one to a customer. I. P. I Dili! ; recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KV. yrsxx$fyc$$x BETHURUtt f s H 43 son, are in Irvine painting, where The storm then passed on to Clinton and created havoc in the residence district, wrecking more than fifty houses. As the storm approached Hickman it apparently divided and went around the place, leaving wreck and ruin on all sides, but doing little damage iu town itself beyond unroofing a few houses aud putting telephone, teU graph aud electric light wires out of commission. Bond u rant was next In the path of the storm, which then passed into Tennessee. The property damage in the stormswept district was large. It has not yet been possible to estimate it. The loss about Hickman and other parts of Fulton county is expected to reach beyond $5oo.oob. At Bardwell whet the loss probably will aggregate $.0o.00o,, every business building in the town was de stroyed. In and about Clinton the damage will probably reach, $400 000. No losses LEWIS ..-- . ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT VERNON, RV. "Will nna.itiA in all tViA rnnrt-a-- . y tT III (IMltl. Hi Omce in uetnurum uunuiug. SUFI 000 w 3c3eCX30C3CC3CC ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP county. work is plentiful, painters few tnd prices high. Misses Ha Carson and Clyde Watson were quests of Mrs F. L Durham dur ing the week. The following ooys, having become members of the Boys Pig Club, were given a thoroughbred Red Berkshire pig by the Citizens Bank here Satur day, May 26th: Joplin Smith and Boone Say lor, of Crab Orchard, R F.D.,No.3; Frank Gentry, Spiro; Homer Hunt, Maretburg; and Colston Stevens, near Brodhead Miss Elizabeth Storm, who has James Winslead been teaching a private school at FOR Jailer. Stearns, is with her father, I. R. Storm, for a few weeks S. R. I promise a faithful administra Black, aged 85, a soldier in the tion if elected. I ask you to judge Civil war, died at his home late j my future by my past record. Louisville KnoxviIIe Nashville $4.25 JUNE L. &, 19-20-- $4.25 June 16-17-18-23- $8.10 June & June 21 & 22 11-1243-M 21 LIMITED TO JUNE 30th 24 LIM1TEDT0 15DAYS LIMITED TO 15 DAYS iV. R.R. L.&N.R.R. ACCOUNT L.&M.R.R ACCOUNT ACCOUNT sustained elsewhere L. American Library Association Summer School of the South Univer- junes Peabody College JuueS OVHIIIHC" DCilOOi sityofTenn. Condensed Report to the Banking Commission Of WATCH US GROW. PEOPLES G A INK sSEe STATE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION AS OF APRIL JO, 1917. ASSETS m LOANS BANKING HOUSE, Etc., OTHER REAL ESTATE, DUE FPOM BANKS CASH ON HAND, 8 i a INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, LIABILITIES $ 85.365.34 6.750.00 438.42 31,134.94 g 3,882.59 $137,571.29 w $112 025.75 20,000.00 4,000.00 8 1,545.54 H $137,571.29 ! CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS FUND, UNDIVIDED PROFITS, J LL i i i G. Baker, Pres. W. J. Sparks, Vice-Pre- OFFICERS s- F L.Thompson, Jr., Cashier Floyd E. Miller, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: Judge L. W. Bethurum, S.D.Lewis, John C. Griffin, U. G. Baker, and W. J. Sparks H smeas.9SK $H:B$?c:ti2$2E$m -- ,. i "HE .LO" Since the families of Joe Oliver ) and C. C Davis have mowd tueky l.i tory in a Kentucky from Winchester the Mt. Vernon college the Wesleyan at Win- - colony thas been reduced to the, mucn members, Dr Myers and family is Chester, ine pleased with this history especi- - and the writer. The Oliveis are ally that portion dealing with;now located at berea,a mighty the subject of D.miel Boom aud good .place, but the family like noted pioneers. the capital of Clark so well that fol the latter place wiU have them "Uncle Billy" got off the for citizens again next fall. lowing in Winchester Courier: Col. Jimmy Maret is back home' Clark county has a liabbit fiiim Texas, lie sed he diddent town. It is reported that Col. net hit by ennv centipedes ur Htljiiaii Hare is the- olice judge; tarantulas Therefore be did Wliite Bunnv the marshall; tool- lent hav tony chauc to try iy Cottontail, Clerk; Texas Jack, sum of the ole Kentucky snake-- town attorney, with ia rabbit of good staying qualities for calabite remedy. O. L. Wainscott's soft drink eoose station keeper where mem manufactory, one of the largest bers of tabbitdom are confined IB East of Lexington, has lately after rilling up on cabbage juice, i.'dei a grape juice mixture to its pea viues and apple "fee uarks. ,roduct that wuld make billy Iutere-- t in ttie priunry election Bryan sunck bin lips over its is waxing warm in the Imnnie city '1 here are two factions m flavor and tang. the Jack Rabl.it tribe and all Chief of police, llcCord, pour- sorts i i accus.-ioiouare flying in ed, into the gutter, tea g:ulo.jS the air One factious claims lh of whiskey, which had betn other is agin progress and good abandoned at depot b i'righ en- roads and that some of the cai.di ed traveleis on way from Lexdates have bolted the regular ington to Kno.wille, a few days ticket m times gone by. One since. candidate of tne swamp tribe, . There are 303 troops training charged with having voted in here, at the old show grounds Possoniville beyond the to.wn on Jackson street. limits last year, and is ineligiA leter from Colorado County ble to even run for Texas, the writers old hone, ad- Several in their cards of an vises that a hail storm nounceinent claim to be the origi ruined Ibe cotton crops and gar- nal, blown in the battle and a ard wide, never scratched a dens all of which had to he planted again. That portion of the ticket sort of rabbits and proms tie certainly has it afflictions. ise faithfully to support the no rlo ds and nominee, "scusin" nothing, Storms, tornadoes dro.jim- - jhave made numerous matter whnt is nominated. Others visits there withiu last few years in the races say, privately, they will be ding-Lu,ieif they proLuke McLuke asks: What has pose to si.port some of the r bee me of the old tad who used to ouy his Jspecta les at the ten opponents, on account of a yel cent store If Luke would visit low streak of fur that they carth? blue gra-s- , pennyrile and the ry around on their backs There he would rind those old will be a hot old time in Rabbit- ( "J M '') aids a;e yet nume-ou- s town recently. WINCHESTER (Continued li in 1st p;ige. r -- nun I xvt Contents ttFluid rm .i-- clffld n II yTfl B 5 n 1 lloEftU For Infanta and g Hdren. j fcl Genuine Castoria mmmm f Mothers Know That u j - i 1 N ' ;a .1 Always lintheStomachsandBowcli Bears the ETHfiflffiTs JjJJJiM n,.h, Promoting Dirtlion Signature :..ii;,UH:Food Mogul ChccrfulncssandRcstCotiU Onium. Morpnuic n ALCOHOL - ri." as AVedablc Preparation !or - Mineral. onr Not Narcotic mSSSSSm " ..- , of 1 M In PunpM JScAeUe V Att CtiW SJt 1 fiSS&n Warm Sad fotrrpm nunr AhelpfulRemed'fora Gonstipauon and Diarrhoea ana and Feverishness SLEEP LOSS OF fac Simile Sixnature; . s Use For Over rcsuUin?wfrom',n,nfa rHECEvrArBCoMPaa-TVITIV tuiw; Thirty Years dog-pelte- CASTORIA Exact Copy of W apper. it-ce- ROUND TRIP II ROUND TRIP d Lexing JUNE 1st LIMITED TO IM i d Atl ! st-cks- , The writer is pheasantly located wi h State Engineer, Will P La1 dwell, former county eugi i.eer et Boyle Countv. Office is located na second floor et Frat-i nity building near court house. v 420 . I3.70 JUNE 4 and 5 Limited to 3 DAYS PROM DATS OK S.LK June 14 L L. Sl v R.R. &N.B.B. ACCOUNT ACCOUNT To Thk Republicans of Rockcastle Count: It has been reported that I am opposed to cam Mullins, our present sheritr. being the Repub- huiui lican nominee for County Judge I would not make a statement in y)552S .Iff writing but for the fact that I am h'S nephew, Mr Mullins having married my aunt. I am not op posed to him and have never told 1 Spring Race Meeting Douglass Park jucivcy National Qaptist Sunday School & wl wuu B.Y.P.U(colored SSsss"'---S?:g$rSS;S:S- Sy v UrHD!3TAK e 1 Our line oi Couch Casket any person that 1 was opposed is unexcelM am for him to him lu ficc Hand-mad'otrius furnishec i.ow and have been for him all it I have supported bim the time. arse sent It all ) arts et in every race lit has made, toi ! the County. the reason that I believe he would make an honest, efficient All orders by Wire Promptl Filled I favor his officer. and capable nomination and election for Coun tJudge, as 1 know th it he will M I. VERNON, KV. Phone 94-use his not efforts .to relkvo ihe " """" it"""m'"""mJl I w" " ""'r""" n "i J uixpiyers of ihe present high rate et taxation and remove lrom t.ieir suoJiders the heavy iudebt Phosphates to Pale Faced eJiiess mw ag.dnst the county i not only favor his nomination, Rosy Cheeks and Beautiful Forms. upon the repui.li but am calling Men Need Phosphates to Make Strong, County to cdiis of Kockc.isile have proved that they havs rj United Slates Tlrc unite 'ith me in furthering his mJ Healthy, Vigorous Bodies. interest as a candidate, believing that it is in the best interest of Athletes (increase their strength, energy and endurance 200 percent or he Republican party to nominate milcs arc pccked irto tlirr struclurc t!s that more by simply taking a few weeks treatment of W mKulu He has a clean personal hi in way entlurance is Packcti into stecl Atlanta, G Dr. F. h Jncutonun ai.eina When rhn phosphates so 1 ' luftjl Mill SvrnV and political record, is a ?obrr saysthit Phosphates are just as f mu the blood, the piak cbeeiis man and has always supported essential to auv man or inuai too The musc.es lack ton.-- . . it lllllf JJl A vast number of the motoring pui.Kc is nervtms or They become nTous. irritable, Republican ho tires easily, the cause of the melancholy, niitable, worn out, or looks liajr, despondent, the P riy g;:rd and pale to make a strong, bmin f gs, and the luemorv fails, Charlie Philbeck robust, iorous healthy bony :i Th i fore it you wish to pre-the- y llw njlij I VSJSwSvmSi and they have answered in the only way that are to cotton to make it seive your youthful vim. vigor, DEAFNESS CATARRHAL The lack of PfcunpkatM and vitality, t a ripe old apt. vou buying public ecu answer, VVUaWC 'III II IM the CAN NOP BE CURE is 'he cause of all enemic condi must supply th dehei ny of Ph and the ad mi niste ration of ph.iies most easily assimilated. b local applications, as they canVUUluS ivin nteJ sates Trc3 trcnreivJ u.; sale3 b 5rain Argo Phosplmte tab ets Noticb: Argo Phosphates not, reach the diseased portions of will increase the st ren-t- h and en which is recommended and pre-d- u the ear. There is only one way ranee cf weak, -- enrolls, care sciibed by physician-i- n all enemic to cure catarrahal deafness, and worn men and women 300 per cases, is .not .1 secret or patent cn WilBull frrnfor lnn e-sales increases that are va-M- v that is by a constitutional reme- cent in two or three weeks tone medicine, but one that is sold in tiiw i.inbci oi ajn.obucj ' uM dy. Catarrhal Eeafueis icaus in mauy instances, and their and recommended by well known iIbMi ie sensational increase U ed by an informed condition of continued use will build up the druggists everywhere, dnd phs- IIhDF VmW v this year over last. con-ne'cians are subscribing mucou lining of the Eustachian whole nervous system, and give stituents contained in it.the Being life, vim, vigor and vitality Tube. When this tube is in- to the whole body I always pre ntirely unlike many other Phos-scrib- e have a rumbling flamed you assimilated js Argo Phosphates to pati Phate:, found effective m the 5?""" 7' ' ,j sound or imperfect hearing, and ents who are pale and colorless fnwl11 Every A Tire for Will JT";' of indigestion and when it is eutirely closed, Deaf- and it is surprising to see how 'foment j;;;ioF t few weeks treatment stomach troubles, as well as for ness is the result Unless the quioklya Worth end '.lar rhal llllll I 'CAam' A Wobfcy' f.re worn; rvous conditions, Ikillll I mTm information can be reduced and will transform a pale face to a T,he manufacturers of Argo phos-b'" W Sf 'Royal Cord' 'Iff, ITtWI Inia tube restored to its normal rosy cheeked beauty. There can any ehariia-fu- l atf " forfeJ rosy cheeked, healthy, beauti condition, hearing will be de b,et 1Dst'tution $1'00 00 ii they can women, without their system stroved forever. Many cases of an man or women are caused by catarrh, is sufiBciently supplied w.th Phos- der 6o whV ,acks deafness Phphtest and ,n which is an inflamed conditi d of v I rL 1 increase their , strength and surfaces. Hall's ith physicians on tbe grave and durinCo from mucous the pernt to Catarrh Medicine acts thru the )rious consequences et a defici rT nr mr blood on the mucous surfaces of ency of Pbosphates in the bio .d time ,f th . are frw from I ic of American men and the system. lroudle 1Hs dlspenSed b all the rtJiaoie drusrKists We will give One Hundred have strongly emoha iz-- d Dollars for any case of Catarrhal fact that d.tors -- hohld preMribe If Jour druggist wi not Deafness that cannot be cured more phosphates in the form of ply yea seDd $!oo to the Argo hv Halls Catarrh Medicine. Cir Argo Phosphate for weak, wru Utx.ratories. lo Forsyth St. culars free All Druggists 75c. out, haggard looking men and Atlanta. Ga., nd they will send United States Tires are carried by the following Sale and Servcie Depot who can tell you which of the E J. CHENEY &Co.. women. When the skin is pale ou a tWo weekd treatmeot bj five types of Uuiteu States Tires ex&etiy suits your needs, Totedo, O. and flesh flabby, it is a sign of rctarn ( W. A. COX, w L S Mf - - Women Take Mak jWW M WV Argo-Phospha- te. WVvvW i - w-tu- rns Wilf nulllS w If 1&A UnilSy 3lcll33 T IffSS Pv sLrJSr:;; Mull eilJ ArPLlO?V1 !HC "' e ; ' - - tr1 (nt racir BRYANT BROS