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Mount Vernon signal: June 8, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917060801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 8, 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. xDUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY M leriii f MT. VERNON, j COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE Jpiiii 8. 1917 church Saturday and Sunday. Misses Nellie and Alice Carter of Lebanon Junction are visiting relatives and friends here this week. T. M. Dees, who has been quite sick for some time, is much im proved. Scott Dickerson, who has a position in Ohio is with relatives this week. Mrs. L G. Fa lin, of Louisville, was in our town s few days ago visiting friends. Mrs. R. S. Mattingly and two little daughters of Paris, were here a few days latter part of last week Urban Chuuing was in London Tuesday on business. Since the warm nights and good rains have set in crops and gar dens look well, especially the potato crop (the apple of the eye) Well, we see that a few of the necessities of life have taken a tumble downward. But they could take several tumbles and yet be as high as a cats back. But just wait until Uncle Sam gets thru with that crooked bunch, it will not be many days hence until the new crops will come in and a great many will have plenty and to spare. Conn Asher is in Berea this week visiting relatives. a good business. Everybody is earlv date. at work and our town is on a boom. Out on Paris pike we noticed -- Rev. Baker fill his regular apone tobacco plant bed 250 feet pointment at the Christian in length and eight feet wide, - ESTABLISHED 1887 VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE NUMBER 37 which the Starry Banner was lain, surrounded by a wreath of flowers which accompanied the remains to Winchester and is now resting on his grave. This was furnished by Frerch Y. M. C. A. of New York of which he was a greatly honored member. Potato prices are still in the clouds. A lady here sent to grocery for 15 cents worth of potatoes. Three large ones came nonie in tne basket. Tne customer sent them back to exchange for smaller ones saying she wished to give the children at least one apiece for dinner. A train of several sections passed thru here fur Washington Sunday bearing old Confederate veterans to their reunion which takes plade in the Capital of our Nation during the week. Many of the aged soldiers were wearing their gTay uniforms. We overheard a conversation between two oil men at the Sunday. One of them said the Rockcastle oil field is a "ciuch," without a doubt. Lieut. J. J. Bethurum was here Sunday. He is in charge of troops gaurding Jvarious bridges and tnnnels on railroads. His headquarters are "somewhere in Kentucky.' His name along with three hundred others who where lately appointed officers the regular army has been sent to Senate. As soon as confirmed, J. .J. will be assigned to "somewhere in the west." He knows the point but is uot allowed to tell He asks to be remembered to Rockcastle friends. Brown-Proctoria y LIVINGSTON Married on the 5th. Mr. George Durham, of Sparks Quarry and Miss Maggie Hansel, at the resi dence of the bride's brothrr, Ell Hansel, of this place. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Z T. Hansel, of Mt. Vernon. Mr. Durham is clerK in the store of W. J. Sparks & Co. They left on no 22 on their honeymoon, but will return in a few day and spend a day or so in our town, with Mr. and Mrs. Kl Hansel. Here is wishing them a long and happy l.fe. C. J. Rice, Soden C arter and Joe Hughes metered to Stanford Tuesday and spent a few hours in that good town (j. B. Rambo is in Louisville and we understand has a position there Wal ter Browning was up from May wood this week with homefolks Alvin Argenbright is visiting relatives in Lexington this week. Mrs. B. C. Mullins was at Mul- - The Rockcastle members send shipped each week, and seeral their best regards to homefolks rafts of ties from up the river and friends. have been brought in since the No 233,322, Ills, 1917, was rise in the rivtr, and lots of ties the number displayed on a auto are hauled in here on wagons A here from Chicago last week. bank will soon be doing business Some of the folks here are here. There are several autos in planning for an auto trip over PVia morfliQntc q ra rlnincr Boone Way to Ashville at an cars of coal are mined here and We can't picture the satisfaction men get from their Clothcraft Clothes, But come into the store and we'll show you the suits and tell you why they fit so well, wear so well, look so well and cost so little. hns station Wednesday. S. C. SUTTON & McBEE The Place V here Good Clothes Come From Mt. Vernon, Ky. T 11 K CLO T II C R A F T STOBE IN T HIJS TOWN i BUILDING FUTURE than $250,000,000 devoted to the public interest in the South. Daring the past sixteen years die L. & N. has spent $148,000,000 or more than 100 per cent, in creating new, and improving existing facilities, such as modernizing its stations, building double track, and installing devices to increase the safety, and facilitate the operation of its trains. The L. & N. has spent, and contracted to tpt.A, $12,162,742 during eighteen months, 9 7, to meet the high ending Dec 31st, standards which the public demands in Freight and Passenger equipment. In sixteen years the L. & N. paid out for the operation of its trains $559,448,992.52, or an average of $34,965,000 per year, of which $324,870, 60.4 , or 58 per cent, or an aver age of $29,304,385.02 per yearwas paid to employes, the average num ber of whom was 30, 1. During that time L. & N. passenger rate decreased 7.7 per cent and L. & N. freight rate decreased 10.8 per cent. Every piece of construction is with a view of the Souths present and future pre eminence. Adequate transponanon is a business necessity. The L. & N. will be able to do its full share, provided it is permitted to earn a reasonable margin of revenue over expenses. The South is equally interested. 1 1 1 FOB THE THE L. & N. represents an investment of I 1 isiivSM Whit IIA fHW r &i vV3Bv WK L 1 1 3rv3 Sk)Ja J 0k lunaa-ment- al dfcfcp ry! B K.s .H Bm Louisville fc Nashville Railroad Co. Thm i Old Reliable 0) ITiiiirt r- -r ,1,'HW" ;:::t:::::: HftiiwiriiniiH.IML ''"WiW'l1 y-fi 1,111 i fvrvr 3BC 'nrip cere rtgrur. yi-m-T- ft HER Vi' Millions " Sppfvt la Improvement Uflf BHinW ilkHflnl p IliH Jiff Franklin, L. & N. Watch Inspector, was here Wednesday. Now that J. M. is at Winchester and they are separated we will have easy sailing. Miss Sallie Reynolds of Mt. Vernon, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bessie McClure at this place. -- Our Brodhead cor. seems to think that we got some one else to compose that poetry that was cut from the Poets Vocabulary especially to mit his case. Will say to our friend that we have been writing for the Sig Winchester's passenger carr nal for the past twelve or fifteen for many years is numbered 14 years and never laid down our It has been sent into factory pen for some one else to write for and replaced by a car beating us or never got any one to help the number :13. Some citizens us. Now Mr. J. R., we are not say tbey will walk before risktrying to frighten you with Miltou ing a ride along with that un y "J. M." or any other poet who has long lucky number staring them in Winchester cemetery after the face. since passed off the stage, but go ahead with your rat killing, but decoration dav, along with its Col. Thomas G Stuart, one growing flowers and those placed tell them we'll be there. by visitors to that beautiful rest- of Winchester's noted men, and The good roads speaking at the ing place of the dead, appeared a good friend to the writer,who school house Saturday night was as one vast field of flowers, ( re- was seriously ill for nine months well attended. Mr. Herndon minding is able to resume duty at his the writer of the made a fine speech and requested prairie of the south- law office. Col. Stuart began the citizens to make up the necwhere for miles the newspaper work at the age of essary amount, and before the west, blooms were in great abundance sixteen as editor of Winchester meeting closed the necessary in the spring and summer time, news, about the time Col. W. J. amount was subscribed, liking the place of his one time home Lampton the noted writer enonly $116 which we learn has tered journalism Col. Stuart of many year gone by. been donated. Guess this will has had lots of experience in Lexington is agitating the end the dispute over the two question of setting the clock up railroad affairs. It was he that routes, and we truly hope it will one hour to gain that much time. diverted the K. C. from Lexand that the road will be built would follow confusion ington, starting instead from without any further trouble, as There beyond any apparent advant Paris via Winchester to Livingsthis is the way it should go, and ages to be gained thereby. Win- ton. He also had (charge of afto miss our town would not only which is not greatly in fairs of the M. K. & T. in the be wrong but a shame to miss as chester love with Lexington "nohow." settlement of their travelers in good a town as there is the coun says possibly they think over entering San Antonio, Texas. try. Mrs. I. W. Catlin and little Col. W. J. Lampton a noted may get an earlier son, John William, are visiting in there they writer, journalist and humorist, start thereby be enabled to put Berea this week. J. E. Woodall, in more time mixing mint julips who was once a native of Winthe hustling salesman, of London, of ,the most chester, died suddenly in New disposition Ky., was with our merchants ard York on Wednesday May 3oth. ruesaay. Mrs. Jane Owens, of brews. Kentucky His remains were brought here, Company A. 2nd Pineville, after a few days visit Regiment is encamped within where he has a sister Mrs. with relatives here, has gone to the the limits of this city. Pour Sympson, and were ,'buried in visit relatives at Brodhead. Mr. Rockcastle boys are members of the Sympson lot in Winchester J.D. Catliu, of Lebanon, Ky.. this company and are getting cemetery Saturday afternoon. was down to see his son, I. W. daily drill experience. The Col. Lampton was widely known Catlin, Sunday. Walter oweus I soldiers from our county are for Bis many good qualities of who has a job as fireman in Gov. James Noe, Aubrey Martin, heart and mind and (a generous ington, was here to register Leon Childress and Elmer Mize, nature. That which endeared Tuesdaj . -- We have often read is some work for the boys, him greatly to the writer was in the Bible of Jobe being afflict It this daily drill, but they are his manly defense of the mouned with boils from the crown of now enabled to go thru it almost tain people to whom he was alhis head to the sole of of his foot friend and delike veterans. We have visited ways a tstaunch and now we can begin to realize the days ap the camp two or three times and fender. When how he felt. We, in the past two peared darkest for the success find it a tine location and well weeks, had to contend, with five kept Some nineteen govern of Boone Way, the writer was on our neck, and will say no won ment wagons with mule teams iu correspondence with the Col der Jobe occupies a place in the are in use at camp in addition to onel who gave encouraging words good book. We understand that some half dozen automobiles. all along the line, constantly adalmost, if not a full poll of the fjwork pipe line has been vising us, "dent give up the men between the ages of 21 and Water extended to camp. The govern ship," you are on the right 3 1 registered here Tuesday. ment has ordered all tents to be line, keep .hammering away and They came home from Ohio and turned into Washington for the thing will surely be accomplother places to register which is field thereby the mounservice and wooden houses ished-and no more than their duty bul when of Kentucky will recieve of same dimensions of the tents tains it comes to loyalty, old Rockcas- will untold benefits in fact so great be substituted. The first tle is there with the goods. steps given in drilling new men will they be that they are beMrs. Ed Gentry, of Mt. Veris done in squads of six and yond computation. These words non, was here latter part of last eight, each with a drill mas from him had much to do with week. Mrs.' C. A. Blanford and the discouragement and trials daughter were in Parks ville a few ter marching them across and the (originators of the moveabout the .field. It is sure days last week visiting relatives for "some awkward to the new be- ments' were up against Jamea Winstead was here Tues- ginner, many0 moons. but he makes the proper day and Jim says he will be jailer Col. Lampton was also a poet. effort he doesent remain long in the next term. W. H. Krueger. The last verse from his Den the "awkwark squad.'' candidate for County Attorney, The ladies of Winchester was published in the New Y.rk was here a few days ago and Ashhave nicely fitted up a three Herald, New York's leading ley Owens, candidate for the same room cottage with writing and paper, on whose staff be was a office was here the same day. reading and other conveniences member, on Tuesday last, the Both say that they are certain of along with literature including day before his death. It was a the nomination in August. Well, books, magazines, dally papers most w .excellent and patriotic if we knew which one would get etc. which are used and duly production entitled "The Flag appreciated by the young soldiers. the most votes then we would They are a in Sight." A copy of this know the lucky man. Several haved lot ofremarkably well be o.ea. poem was placed 00 ka pillow ea coveied with canvas. Tobacco planting, like other crops, is considerably delayed on account of cold weather. Possibly not more than one third of the crop had been planted at the close of Mav. Most of it was set by hand. Mach.ne setting is resorted to in dry weather. A very large acerage of hemp is growing finely. The sign 'Davis Drug Store" has been changed to read "Corner Drug Store.'" Back yard gardens are much in evidence here. That automobile one of the counties were figuring on furn ishing old Boone Way Maret would come in mighty handy now. Walking from eight to fifteen miles daily is rather wearing on the complexion, and livery out of the question as the high cost of living forbids. The street car which has done WINCHESTER THE KAISER AND THE DIETY. Gott, Gott, attention blease, Your pardner Vilhelm's here, Und have a word or two to say Into your brivate ear; So turn away all udders now, Und listen veil to me, For vat I say concerns me much Meinself and Shermany. You know, dear Gott, I vas your friendt; Und from mine hour of birth Iquietly let you rule de heffen, Vile I ruled o'er the earth, Und ven 1 told mine soldiers Of bygone battle days. I gladly split de glory Und give you half depraise. Iu every way 1 tried to prove Mine heart to you vas true, Und onlyclained mine honest share In great deeds vat we do , Yoj could not haf a better friendt In sky or land or sea Dan Kaiser Vilheim Number Two De Lord of Shermany. So vat I say dear Gott, is dis; Dat we should still be friendt s Una you should help to send mine foes To meet their bitter emits, If yon, dear Gott.vill dis me do I'll noddings ask again Und you and I will pardners be Forever more Amen. But listen Gott; quick it must be Your help to me you send. Or else I have to stop attack Und only blay defend, So four and twenty hours 1 gif To make the allies ran Und me safe into mine place. De middle of desua. If you do dis, 111 do mine bart, I'll tell de world de fact, But if you don't den I must dink It is an hostile act Den var vonce I will Und send mine Zep'lin ship to vege A fight up in the skies. Die ultimatum now, dear Gott, Is von of many more; declare Mine mind is settled up to Clean De who'e vorld off do floor. Because ou vas mine bartner Gott, An extra chance is given; Bo help at vonce or else I'M b w l.-'i.- i- i . ii iM1"' MT.VERNON SIGNAL!!:"! M,"'iay o Fbidav, June B, 1917 Published every Friday by BDGAfi S. ALBRIGHT. I'm u.tui, jiu uscii mi here and ba uiany warm friends was married in all Brodhead, to Miss Maggie Hansel, of Mt. Vernon, at the residence of her brother at Livingston Tuesday 1 Zr?7' V COMMISSIONER'S SALE. R KCASXLKC'IKCITIT q C0O8T. P.ain-iff- , J. tf. BKAXAMAN, vs. Commissioner's Sale. &c , Pavid Hiviks, order Defendants. afternoon, Eld DUNM.og .. .: u lnen- - m- r il. in i $I.O oi toe ON8 VBA.R urixiiitn cnurcn UBSCRIPTIO ficiat"d. The happy p;iir weie Advttising rates mace known on on train 22 ,Tu slay enroute to Louisville. Old "Durhamy"' ins application many friends here who extend to him tbic heartiest congratMEMBKR OF ulations.- In the two vo'ing pre KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION cincts her there wece a total el i. By virture of a judgement and i)t sl, of t. R.l-.- tl. '"" (Circuit Court, rendered at the - James WinsLead FOR - that ragisteied Tutsdav.and of that number there was a large percent tha did not claim Mr. ?nd exemption from draft 167 ANNOUNCEMENT. We Are Authorized to Announce County Attorney of Rookfjictle, r to the action of the Democratic paity at Auu8t Pritmir;, , 1917. KatUBGOt Ae a candii'.ate for the nomination for V. H. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We arv authorized to announce the followiujr persons as candidates for tin offices in Rockcastle county, subject to the Republican primary election in August, 1917: FOR JUDGE. Cam Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. G. M. Ballard, of Ml. Vernon, Ky. J. N. Griftin, of Spiro, Ky. e FOR COl'NTY ATTORNEY. E- R. Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. E. B. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Kv. FOR SHERIFF. Tip Langford. of Mt. Vernon. Ky. G. Clark, of Orlando, Ky. - t. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK, J, B. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. James Proctor, of Orlando, Ky. Owens kft Thursday for .Junction Cit to visit Mr and Mrs. f. H Hamner They were also in Lexington and Danville, returning toJy Mr. and Mrs Brack Durham during the week, tin were here quests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs P.B Albright, and sister, Mrs. O R Cass B T You a? and A. M. Hiatt were in Mt Vrernon Wednesday. In our letter last week we state 1 that Mr. Larkiti Hicks has recently celebrated his eighty first birthday, aud the fellow who set it up left out all except that" Mi. Hicks looks as young as he did twenty five years ago," and a great many folks around here has been asking what we was trying to pull oft, no one doubt mg that he is still looking voung, and for that reason we itfci this explanation in self de Mrs. W1 1 April term, l'Ji 7, thereof, in the! I pronrse a faithful administra-abo,OMise, I shall proceed to tion if elected. I ak you to judge offer for sale at the court house' my future by my p ist record : door in Mt Vernon, Ky to the highest and hest bidder, at pub T l7 J L ! "TeaenC JOCODSOIl he auction, on Mon lay, June 25. l9'7 being regular County says,75 per cent of we Court day for said County, bemen need Phosphates tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. aud 3 o'clock p. m upon a to give them Strong, credit of six months, the follow Healthy, rounded figing described property, to wit: One brown mare mule, 2 years ure and to avoid Nerold and about 1, hands high, vous down. which will he .sold if produced on the day of sale. of women And a certain tract of laud lying an being in liockcastle Coumy, Ken ucky, on the wakrs way. of Brush creek and hounded as e Jailer. ISM Dnino i uuus, m Dizzy Spells Em Mrs.G. P.Cartwright,of Whitwell, Tenn., writes: "1 suffered with bearing-dow- n pains. . . The dizzy spells got so bad that when I would start to walk, I would just pretty Vas very nearly fall. I told much my husband 1 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- i 1 p WITH Is a K THE IXE Ann CrABPF'.-ff- Man .X- i THE tioe 0 a 5X223 i ""TKi. A H r JrtPW A r.J n. Thousands Nature's break X ... most sa ti s fa c t or y prices, 'e have a line of agriculfull tural iinplemt'iits and tools for all trade. lei'les a complete stock of builders' hardware, kitchen tools and utensils and everything the artisan or mechanic needs sure to want a rake and other garden and tarm tools as well, and here he can get the best at the 1 grow strong in run-dow- n, 8 follows: On the North by the land of the Coal Company; on the East by ths same company and on South and West hy J. W. Chasteen 's land, containing Jy hci s, or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of $100.00, with legal interest theieon from J.muary 2(', 1917, until pud, and the cot of this action Per the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with aooroved sure.tv., bearing Wal rB j inieret from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect et a j dgment. Bidoers be prepared to Comply promptly with these terms. will G. S Griffin, Master Commissionrr, Rockcastle Circuit Court. a Consider the Lilies of the Field, How They TAKE c. c. Mt. Vernon, Kv. cox Opposite Court House Grow." The life et the lily is but a few weeks or months The life of m;in is three score years and ten." But 'o live one's life in its fullness, women like the lily Hint be nourished by those same v i 1 4 elements win h nature pro vides for nounsldng every living thing; and tht-s- include the vain 'ame pnospna es so otten lacking in tne usual looa we eat today. Argo Phosphate is rich in these wonderful elements It contains th. m in concentrated tiblet form which is easy to take and quickly assimula'ed and absorbed into the system, and Irom youth to old ago, builds and rebuilds b.-and brain in beautiful harmony with Nature's perfect plan "That's why" Argo Phosphate makes good s lid ttesh and mascles. SSpkcial iNotick: Argo Ph contains the Natural phosphates which thousands of physicians are prescribing daily to build up thin, pale, colorless we men 10 give them rosy cheeks, red lips, and a b autful complexion. Many cases have been reported wbere women have their weight from 15 to 23 pounds with a few weeks Irent ment, and any wonmn who defies a well rounded and de clop d form. hould se. ure trom m r driiirg s', this new drug which is inexpensive and is dispensed l.v any reliable chngyriei with r without a doctors prescription. If your druggist will not supph you, ser.d ?1 00 to the Argo Lab 1 dy 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 its past 40 years of successful use should assure you of its genuine merit, and convince you that it would be worth your while to try this medicine for your troubles. All druggists sell it. 5jgg! Floo rs Woodwork iggr miP Furniture agent fense. HAS A GOOP OPINION OF Here Is the cleansing and beautifying universal FOR JAILER, "Little"' Tom Taylor, of Mt Vernrn,Ky. Logue Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. G. W. Decker, of Cedarville, Ky. J. b. Southards, of Fine Hill, Ky. Frank Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. R. B. Shephard, of Orlando, Ky. J. W. Chasteen. of Johnctta, Ky. J. L. Arnold, of Livingston, Ky. Jas. Winstead, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. S. A. Drew, of Burr, Ky. Harry Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. FOR CHAMBERLAINS TABLETS "Chamberlain's Tablets are a wonder. I never sold anything that beat them." writes F. B Tressey, Richmond, Ky, When troubled with indigestion or stipation jjhre them a trial. con- 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 h, E. Mulhns is in Jackson Mr. Alice Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky this week. Pr. Pennington, of W. R. Dickerson, of Livingston, Ky. Mt. Vernon, was here to see FOR ASSESSOR. aunt Naney M allies Tuesday. C. T. Sigmon, of Wildie, Ky. Mr. Berry Powell and wife of W. H. Carmical, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Conway, were guests of the lat FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. ters pirents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rev. Win. M. Durham, Johnctta, Ky. McPaniel Saturday and Sunday FOR MAGISTRATE, Born to the wife of Claiborn Al- First District, len a tine girl. W. G. Mullins W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. aid son, Bert, of Pisputanta. Fockth District. were with his brother F. E Mul G. W. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. lins Saturday night, and while FOR CONSTABLE, here Bert went to Livingston and First District, f. A. Jones, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. accepted a position in Mullins FOR REPRESENTATIVE. & Mullins store. - Mrs. Edd 71st Legislative District, Robinson who has been sick for Laurel and Rockcastle. some jfew weeks is better. Mr. John R. Floyd, of laurel County. and Mrs. Waddell, of were the guests of the C. . East-Bern-stadt, SIFT. OF SCHOOLS. WITHERS - BR OP H EAP Wallace J. Haggard, son of Judge and Mrs A. J. Haggard, who is private secretary of the Superintendent et the Red Jack et Coal & Coke Company, of Red Jacket, W. Va , aud Miss Ruby Irene Spriegel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs E L. Spriegel, el Red Jacket, W. Va., Were married at the home et the bride Saturday afternoon, aud left immediately for this place, arriving here late Sunday afternoon Mr. Haggard sprung qi ite a surprise on his friends here, who join u3 in wishing them continued happiness thru life. Pr Byron Owens is at home from Medical College Louisville, for a few days. Mr. aud Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry were up from Crab Orchard a few hours Sunday afternoon. Mrs J. J.Albright and little son, Mack, lat ters sister, Mrs. Ben lins a part of last week. Mul Mrs aie attending Berea Commencement this week Mr. .and Mis U. B. Cass were over from Quail Mouday, and motored to Stan ford, Miss Anna Cass accompanied them. L. B. Hilton, of Stanford was .here during the week. Charlie Lear, of the Hiatt sec ion, while using a cutting box caught his right hand under the blade severing his finger.--- , which makes bim a cripple for life. B. A Yaden was in Crab Orchard Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Wheeldocof Lancaster, were with relatives here the first of the week. C.C Davis, H T. Youag and Pan Roach were in town Monday from Mt. Vernon. Joe Riddle, who bas a good .position with Henry Ford in the city of Detroit, ar rived here Wednesday, makiug the entire tripgon a motorcycle. Mrs. Riddle arrived about two weeks ago and has been with her parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Furnish E. R. Gentry and Cam Mullins attended Masonic lodge Edd Robertson had as visitors Monday, her father, Mr. Elbert KY. Browning, of ,Gauley. and two sisters, Mrs. Thos. Lovings, of r Livingston, and Mrs John fchep C.C. heid, of Gauley, also her bus T ATTORN LAW band's father, Mr. W. S. Robert MT VKKNON.KV. son, of Cor bin, and Mrs. Wm. T"HE Texas Wonder cures kidney ind OFFICE. On 2rd. floor of I bladder troubles, dissolves era vel. cure j Metcalf aad children J.H. Mulx Bitik of Mt. Vernon, on diabetes, weak and lame backs, rbeuma ami all irreeularitu of the Special atten- lins and sou, Estill, were in Liv tism andin lx;h men &nd women. kidneys sold jjg.dM'c'l st bladder If not by mail on rewill tion given collections. ingston Saturday on business, by yourdrugirist.small be sentis two months' ceipt of $1. One bottle W 'PNoNR 80 treatment and seldom fails to pei feet arurf U, and Estill went from there to Send for testimonials from tbis and oth 2926 Olhe BtNfct Mt. Vernon aud was the guest of EUites. Dr. E."W. Hall. Mo. Sold by druggists A. iy his uncle, J. B. Cummins SaturVic Price day and Sunday. who is working in .the store of F. E. Mullins is with homefolks at Level Green Jfor a few das. Miss Salhe JMullius was the ANNOUNCEMENT guest of her cousin, (Miss Lilbe Geo. Mullins Saturday night. was the Roberts, of Cooksburg, gutst of Bert Roberts Saturday Rev. Ponder preached night Hill to a large crowd at Red Pora Mullins Sunday Misses and Frances Cummins were at Misses ,Sudie Orlando Tuesday and May Purham 4was with their sister, Mrs Bert Mullins Tuesday. Say all you absent minded correspondents write every week conand then we will have the news from several different parts of the county so see hew many of you will write every week from now on the remainder of 1917. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURE b local applications, as they can not reach the diseased portions of the ear. There is only one way to cure catarrahal deafness, and that is by a constitutional leme dy. Catarrhal Eeafnes is caus ed by an informed condition of mucou lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this'tube is you have a rumbling sound or imperfect heating aud when it is entirely closed. Peaf- ness is the result Unless the information can he reduced and this tube restored to its norma condition, hearing will be de st roved forever. Many cases of deafness are caused by catarrh, which 'S an inllirned conditiod of C mucous the surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One Hundred Dollar for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cure by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir culars free All Pruggists 73c. E. J. CHENEY & Co. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Toledo. O. Try Cardui j. 74 beautiful and new. I COMMISSIONER'S SALE. iiTPLJ Sold Rockiastle rircuit Court. H. Hlanton, Plaintiff, Vs: Coniniissioneos Sale. M. C. SayIiOR, Defendai t For Sale by J. b7 1 B. NOE 4 J. McCLARY 1 STANFORD, KY-A- Williams NEW BANK THE FIRST STATE BANK OF LIVINGSTON SOUR STOMACH. This is a mild form indigestion. It is usually Wrought en by eating too rapidly or too much, or of food not suted t year digestive organs. If vea will oat slowly, masticate your lood thoroughly, eae but little meat and none all for supper, yen will more than likely avoid the seur stomach without taking any medicine whatever. When you have sour stomach tak eae of Chamberlain's Tablet to aid digestion. Will open for business Saturday, June 9th, With every banking venience. Come in and see us. Prompt and courteous treatment. Masonic Building J. C, GRIFFIN, W. H. COTTONGIM, Vice-President President Cashier, C.M.THOMPSON, virture of a judgement and order of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term, 1OI7, thereof, in thi above cause, I shall proceed ti offer for sale at the court hous door in Mt Vernon. Ky. to tht highest and I bidder, at pub lie auction, on Monday, June l!5 being regular iJ17, Coum Court day for said county, be tween the hours of 9 o'clock a m. and 3 o'clock p. m. rpon i credit of six months, the follow ing described property, to wit: One tract of dand in Rockcas He County, Kentucky, on th Creek anr waters of Negro bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone, wiil two bum pointers; then, e N 3I )2 X 21 I poles to a stake, with two white oak pmatefs; there S 62 W lyi pnlts te a stone ii the hollow of a chestnut stu np: S 26.V K 20 poles to a white oak stump and gum, about 2 pol s below a small spring; thence E 83 poles to a post oak one S7 halt pole from an old trace; thence S 34 E 102 poles a st ne; thence S 92 8 poles toag.im: l hence S 75 W I3 poles to a st ne at an ash corner near a branch; hence S 52 E 64 roles to a w ite oik; thence S 11 W 16 poles t a sycamore and ash, pointers 1 a tone; thence N "9 E 76 poles to white oak; thence N 4o W 2 poles 10 a small poplar; thence i 70 W44 to a poplar stump, hickory and dogwood p int rs; N 36 W 44 poles to a small dogwood in all line; S 55 W 82 poles to a oak and small hickory, but now cut down, and a stone pi ced there; thence M 34 to co nty road; thence across the n ad, with the fence, including the barn lot and lot that is now in wheat, to the beginning 80 acres, more or thereof to less. Or sufficient of $750.o0, with produce the sum legal interest from April 4, 1914, until paid, and the cost of this action. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearinglegal interest from day of sale until paid and baving the force and affect of a judgment. Bidders to comply will be prepared with these terms. promptly By i et R.H.MILLER 1 LEADING Mt. Vernon, DRUGGIST Kentucky CALL ION US if you need anything in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty PHONE 39 . POPULAR EXCURSION 1 I i ( : r ' corner-containin- hi "P $ 1J2 CINCINNATI VIA From Junction City SUNDAY, JUNE 10th, 1917 Southern RailwaiSvstem Tiu Mttr.tti., , Maaaaal r, Special Train Leaves Junction City at 5i35 A. M. SpUI Train LavM Claoliiaaii at HilO P. at. ..,r. mmd lmUr.ttimt, - d.,u .mi . Detailed information on application to ,.,, ,.t C. B. II ARBEHSON, 1. C. mX Tieke. Aaaaa. J.aetio. City KING, Division Paaaengvr Aaanl. Lexiattoa. Ky. 3( 31 This Bank Does Not Loan Money To Its Officers G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court CA3T.ORIA CA3TOSI Ohildren Ofy FOR FLETCHER'S Children Orf FLETCHa? FOR MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky, Jane 8, 1917 e 79 J9" want toCommunl-cuwith SIQNXL up "'No. wre 79 louiaviLC 4 Nashville mMI TIME TABLE. R R Co. Prof; Clms. B. Anderson was over from Berea during the week. Master J. Preston Young is spending the week with relatives at B rod head. Mrs. S. D. Lewis and mother Mrs. Weber, leave today for a visit in Chattanooga. County Attorney E. R. Gentry was elected president of the Eleventh District Sunday School Convention which met at Williamsburg last week. LOCAL Col. Flag Raising: ternoon. Livingston will have a flag raising tomorrow af- The Speakers for Richmond UP:-Bla- ck the occasion will be Mr. Thomas, sec retary of the Chamber of Com- I SrEHr ssi"W r- merce and County rz Attorney E. R Gentry. er to Taken about face. sow weight 2i o lbs, white stripe up Owner can have same by paying all cost and damage, J. W. Minks, Maretburg, Ky. LITTLE TOM TAYLOR FOR JAILER THE PEOPLE ARE FORTOMMY.WHY? Because he is sober, because he is qualified; Because he is the same every day in the year. Because he stays on the job all the time. Because he has never shirked a duty. Because he is the friend of the people. Because he is a Republican and stays one. Because he is ahead of the other candidates. Because the people know him, and like him. 22 24 John McMullin, of the VS south n:44 a m level Green section, is seriously 12:13 am 21 South ill from blood poison. Jas. Landrum, Agent. You have to die to win some Phone No. 8. me insurance policies, but you Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poto6ee have to live to mu a Northwestern mail matter. m atcond-cian- s Mutual Endowment policy. See W. H. Fish, Agent. P R S0K A L ucrtn nortn 5.10 3:56 pm am June lo 3T. I John Fields was up from Stanford unJa . frank Miller, of Indianaixriis, was a week end visiter here. Mrs Cora White returned from a two weeks stiy in Mt. Carmel, 111. To contract, job of logging, about 3 miles west of Hazel Patch on Rockcastle river. There will be about one million feet in the tract This is d 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. Julge W L Brown, who had so far recovered from his recent Miss Maggie Hansel and Mr. illness as to be able to come to Geo. S. Dirham of this place his office occasionally, suffered a were married Tuesday afternoon relapse a few days ago and Is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. again confined to his room Elbert Hansel at Livingston Mountain Echo. This is a splendid young couple Wanted: if Wmmvi Lsf9 have at their command a service l K 3 yAIVv ?XmL.cJAJ tne county. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, "the Maurice Brown was down Cicero of the Mountains," as he from Eat Berustadt Tuesday on which is the result of the experience was known to thousands of peoAll orders by Wire Promptly' Filled business of thirty years of selling. ple, is an inmate of the Eastern J hn Albright spent from Sat Kentucky State Hospital, having urday until Mond iy with relabeen declared of unsound mind in ground MT. VERNON, KY. tives in Louisville. Phone 94-a lunacy hearing at Stanford, SatCounty Eng neer Mattingly o Chas. C. Davis, the real estate urday, and brought to the hospital was in Louisville to spend Sun- man. has bought of Lee Webb, Saturday night. Mr. Bobbitt day with his family. the farm better known as the was at one time county attorney New York. June 2 The em-- 1 our fair young ladies. Miss Miss Ruth Mullins is assist McClary farm, situated on West of Lincoln county and represented of a Greene Street cloak ie Thompson has returned from ing County Court Clerk Bowman side of Richmond street within that county in the lower house of and suit concern applied this ' Brodhead after an extended visit in the Clerks Office. corporate limits of the town. the General Assembly. He was year for a vacation of two weeks with friends. Mr. Charlie h are of the highest character and qualMrs. J A. Landrun is spend This is a mo3t desirable piece of a man of striking appearance and pay. They were informed thurum has returned to his farm size in the style you like ity. ing the week at 'White Hrven" property and was bought at a of powerful voice and as an out- by their reasonably melancholy after one of his weekly visits fancy price. with Mrs. Whitehead. Mr. Herbert door speaker was in great demand faced boss that they could not with homefolks. is ready to try on. in campaigns. LexingtonLeader. have it because of the war and Hall has given up his position at Mr. and Mrs. Louis VanWinkle County Court Clerk S. F. Later on Danville with the Q. & ,C. R. R. have moved to our town from Most of the well drest young tax trade conditions. Bowman received a message they held a meeting of protest and returned to the farm. Heiva. We gladly welcome them. at a late hour Wednesday night men of this vicinity wear Fish's and at the close of the day, when Grover Sowder has a position stating that his father, Mr. 1. A Special Suits. There is a reason. receiving their pay, they found REGISTRATION. in Miami, Oklahoma and Mrs. Bowman, had died suddenly Riding Pants for young men al the following time analysis in Sowder will join him in a few at h s home in The following is the registia Jackson Coun- Fish's. their envelopes, accompanied by tion by precincts: East Net. HVwSCBf days. ty, It will be remembered a request that they consider the Vernon, 88; West Mt. Vernon Mr. and Mrs Harp and fam that Mr. Bowman suffered a Livingston Wins In Tight For contents over Sunday: 1O7; Roundstone, 66; Scaffold-Cane-, ily left yesterday for Bond, Ky stroke of paralysis Dixie Highway. about a Dear employes: We are quite 65; Crooked to talre charge of a boarding year ago faom which he had Creek, 54; The one great abstacle to the ready to be fair regardidg vaca Orlando, 34; Livingston, ICO; house for the mill company. not recovered. He had a second completion of Dixie Highway tions, but wish to call attention Walnut Grove, 48; Browns, io4: Mr. Rowland, who has charge stroke Wednesday night which has at last been settled and the to our consideration for you in Nouh Brodhead, 108; Powers, of the drilling of the oil well brought the end. The deceased of that great high in the matter of daily service. 39; Pine Hill, 40; Wildie, 56; on Chesnut Ridge, was in Win was 69 years of age and the entire route "To begin with, you sleep Red Hill. 46; South Brodhead, way from the north to the south cluster a few hours Tuesday. life he hae lived was one of is agreed upon. The only point eight hou-- s a day, which makes The total number register 59. C. A. Wheeldon. who is barber-in- value and service to his countn in dispute was compromised yes- 122 days: subtracted from 365 ing as between 2i and 31 years m I ancaser and who is most as well as to his iamuv and terday when the road was routed days that leaves but 243. You of age in the c,unty was 1014. pleasantly situated in that spleu fiiends. The burial will take thru Livingston and up Rockcas- have eight hours of recreation did town was here a few hou s place to day at Loam Jackson tle river to meet Laurel county at each day, which equals I22 days Monday sinking hands with old County. I Parkers Creek, the point to and leaves but I2I days in which friends. mm u can ,do ;any work. There Maret: Lloyd N. Maret, age which Laurel already has her For Infants and Children Mrs. Bertha Hacket and child about 34 years and the only son road graded. The original m OOO route' are fifty two Sundays Jon which Years WOEl ren, of Norton, Va., are with Mr of James .Maret died yesterday was through Livingston and over TTfcl H f f lTVlr VtAMA r r iVkn In Use For Over Always bears and Mrs. E.J. Anderson. Mrs.S. at 5 o'clock after an illness of Wildcat. The route was divert leaves a balance of sixty-ninthe SuSBk of 5 w4 S Ball, of Loudon, is also a guest about forty-eigh- t ed to the Gauley route which days in the year that you could Signature hours of pueu of Mrs Anderson. monia. Not even the family rval left Livingston off the road and possibly work for us Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ballard, of ized the seriousness of his con to which the citizens of that WHOOPING COUGH. "Our place is closed on Sat Covington, are with his mother dition until just a few hours be good tewn rightfully objected and urday afternoons, which gives In this disease it is important and Judge and Mrs.G.M Ballard. fore his death. His father, 'who stopped all work on that route you fifty two half holidays or that the cough be business man kept loose and They mo'ored over to Berea Com is State Road Inspector, in by injunction. The Dixie high twenty-sifull days. We allow expectoration easy, which can be value and convenience of mencement, Tuesday. Clark County, was not.fitd of the way was then tied up and al you one hour a day for lunch, done i by giving Chamberlain's D G.Roach.one of the live wires condition of his son and that the way from the Great Lake.-t-o which in a years time equals Cough Remedy. Mrs. P.H.Mar a Checking Account ; so does the with the Commonwealth the Gulf interest was cen sixteen days and leaves but tin, Peru, Ind , writes, "My two Life message had hardly been delivprofessional up -- to days on which we daughters had whooping cough. Insurance Co. spent a portion oi ered until another followed tell tered in the Rockcastle and twenty-sevethe progressiva tnrmor, and, too, likewise the week here with C. C. Davis, ing of his death. The deceased Laurel connection. The Dixie demand any work of you in ex- I gave them Chamberlain's We bawaesa womin. the wide-awak- e who will be the local agent for leaves a wife, who was Miss De highway meeting at Berea and change for your very good in- Cough Remedy and it worked b gl:i I to initiite people into details shall Lora Brown, a daughter of the Richmond a few days ago wa comes. If we give you a two like a that splendid company. charm." of keeping a ch joking seoooat, late Dr. Steve Brown, to whom for the purpose of solving weeks vacation that will leave Dr. M. Pennington went to important question Thru thirteen working days There Louisville Wednesday morning. he was married only a few we will! be glad to takb your order months ago. The burial will the efforts of Berea College who are twelve legal holidays on He was joined in Stanford b 7W FLETONCTS for the new ltbgrty loan bostob. Mrs. Burdette McKeuzie and lit take place this afternoon in Elm- - furnished a surveyor free of cost which we close, so that would tie son, George Fish, to have wood Cemetery beside his mother Prof. March and Clark of that eave but one working day and who preceded him to the grave college, Capt. Herndon of Berea nasmuch as we close always on H the latters tousils removed. one year. Mr. Thomas, of Richmond th Yom Kipper you would not do Mrs. Mattie Mullins and Miss citizens of Livingston who have my work at all. BETHURUM & LEWIS Rise McFerion were in Livings NOTICE. subscribed over $26oo to the "Dear employes, please have a ATTORNEYS AT LAW OOOjTjHS ton Saturday to meet the school To My Republican OOO Friends. MT VERNON, RY. cause acting in conjunction witl heart. " board, where Mrs Mullins sign mm 1 have been slow getting Will practice in all the courts. the engineers of Rockcastle and ed contract for the Pine Hili Office in Bethurum Building. mm started over the the county ow Laurel counties, a route has been school. Omer Chesnut will tx ng to the fact that I am putting found which goes thru Livings assistant ut a large crop. But now that ton, up Rockcastle river to Mr. D.J. Hunt, of Danville, Ky. Dwight Bowman, of Co. A 2d have my crop out and have Parkers Creek, at no point more was married on 24th of May at Ky. Inf., is home on account o started riding, 1 expect to keep than loe feet above water level Stanford, to Miss Laura Stephens the death of his grandfather. Ht roing from now until the pri of the beautiful Rockcastle which f Danville. They have returneis stationed at DeMossville, Ky , nary. By some means or other it is cla imed will be one of th d to Danville where they will near Cincinnati, and reports al nd how I am not able to know, most beautiful aud scenic routes make their future home after the Rockcastle soldier boys wel it has been circulated, that I was to be found anywhere along the an extended visit .with relatives and happy. ff the track for the nomination Dixie highway. tiere. Mrs. Florence Sage and John H. Williams will arrivt .'or County Court Clerk, which Col. R. R. Perry a citizen el two sons, Robert and Urban have home from Washington and Let statement is false .and untrue. Winchester who owns a small returned from San Antonio, Tex. University for the summer the I am in this race to a finish. I farm along the Gauley route to spend a month with her moth-er- , Sargean im running on my own merits made a strong fight against the first of the week. June Mrs. Helen Griffin Mr. and June 1647-18-23-- 24 19-20-- 21 B. Williams, of the Sec 1 ind not some one else. I told River route, James hut the fight for vlrs. E JGriffiu and son, Rex, of 22 June 21 end Kentucky, will be home tin on in my announcement that my the latter way was so oveiwheim (Cnoxville, Tenn., are here visit-nLIMITED TO JUNE licy was; "Do unto others as ing that his efforts owere of little first of the week for a short LIMITED TO 15 BAYS LIMITED TO 15 DAYS their mother. Mrs. R. B. 30 th to attend the Cain ou would have them do unto effect. The .Fiscal Court which visit and Vilmott Jand children, of Brod-ead- , Higgins nuptiuls -- Mrs W. J ou." That is still Jmy policy. was in session after bearing all were here visiting her IV. Sparks and daughter, Martha So I want Jto impress on the the speeches pro and con wiseU not her, Mrs. McCall and also ACCOUNT arrived this week for a visit t uinds of my friends to pay no adopted the river route arjd be .Irs. James frith Mrs. Camp-fel- l ACCOUNT ACCOUNT to flying reports. Just fore many weeks we expect to the family of Judge B J. Beth School of Hou k continues very Summer s Co on and vote ter me My name see work started on that part of rjrem. Miss Sparks is one of th Peabody College e Shelby Payne and American Library the South Univer ill be on the ballot. maids in the Cain-Hibride's Dixie highway which will offord Harris of Brodhead, visJune8 JUmmCTJCllOOi Your friend and neighbor, Somerset Jour gins wedding. the connecting link with Rock ited Miss Angie Hunt. Mr. Bill June 15 sity of wsuwauuii June8 Jas. Proctor. Hal. castle and Laurel. 1 Harris was here calling on one cf The one year old child of Mr. and Mrs. George Childress of the Burrsection died Wednesday. The burial took place Thursday afternoon at the Hansel burying large United States flag was Misses Fan anil Boss Sparks raised on the Court House here were visiting in Louisville this la?a Saturday. Judge L. W. Bethurum and week. Prof. D. H. Lvon was in Leb- others made patri tic speeches to crowd of citizens of anon and Louisville during the a the town and county. week A good-ssized and the Signal joins their many f ieuds in extending the glad hand They left immediately after the ceremony for Louis ville and other points and on their return will make their home here. USDEBTAKER AMf Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelld YOUNG MEN Who Buy Their Cfofhingr and Furnishings af Fish's j Handmade Coffins furnishec I nt senl to all parts of W. A. COX, S FISH'S $ Your Special Rox-ploy- es j SUITS Be-wit- SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY AT mL.i. g YOUNG MEN'S OUTFITTERS I CASTOR 30 A mm mm rt-- Y J 000 e Progressive dite PeopTe x THE knows n man; tht-muc- h Children Or? majcyi: ROUND TRIP ASTORIA The Bank of Mf. Vernon Kg MARETBURG '3030C30CX3eOX: ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP Louisville Knoxville Nashville $4.25 $4.25 $8.10 H-12-13-14 ' JUNE g & & L. & R.R. L.&IM.R.R. L.&Pi. B.C. n sick.--rfisse- Mar-.rueritt- g Tenn. Con J en WA T C H US GROW. scd Report 1c ite Eankinjr Commission ( j 11 no: i s.i,k Of PEOPLES ASSETS LOANS BANKING HOUSE, Etc., OTHER REAL ESTATE, DUE FROM BANKS CASH ON HAND, H AMU STATE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION AS OF APRIL 10, 19 J 7. $ 95.365.34 6.750.00 g 430.42 31,134.94 O, 832.59 m $137,571.29 I a LIABILITIES INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, $112 025.75 S CAPITAL STOCK, 20,000.00 H SURPLUS FUND, 4,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 1,545.54 $137,571.29 i Fev. .lames Barnes filled his regular appuustaraet at iv Pis Juhti H. Hibbea Dry ll! o is CO. Plaintiff Sah Saturday and Sunday. Commi stoner's Sale vs Burn May I'iJth to the wife of Franklin Allison, Defendant Jess K roy a till. We are an having plenty of rain in this T B. Hodman, l:ruste in pat t a. d the lariners are g tthig Bankruptcy of tlie eante of A, II. 1. lulill, eiops -i1'liiiiiLiff u;ui ounuui wiiu inc-iVl i ami Mr-,- . vs. Win. Barms spent Franklin Allisons d oilier-- . Defendant Sunday w.th Mr. ad Mrs Geo Ky virtue of a judgment ,in. order et Niceley. Rev. Cartnical tilled t sal of the Kftdrcaatlc Court, h s appointment at Sink iju!ar rendered at the April Term, )9iT, thereof, in the above a we, I shall proceed ing Valley Suurday and Sun to offer for sale at the court house door day. Bom June to the wile jiuMt. Vernon, Ky to the highest and et George Henry McClure a l)est bidiler, a, public auction, on Won giil Mrs George Nicelev who (day, June 2", 1917, being regular Conu-- I has had .fever for two weeks is ty Court day for said county, between slowly improving here is a the hours of !i o'clock a. in. and o'clock p, in. upon a credit of six good prospect lor a good blacknn nths, the following described prop- berry eivp in this pait A. C. erty, Sowder spoilt Saturday an Sunt i undivided The interest in a day with ids daughter, Mrs John trhct of land located in Rockcastle Cioiitz at Mt Vernon. Born cuuntv.j Ky . ('li the waters of RockMay 2ti h to the wite of Thomas castle River, Bunalo a,n.i agB creek, and bounded and described as follows: Stephens a ooy. There will be beginning at a poplar and hickH. pencil next Sun ory at a branch and north west from services at Ko.'kcastle liivcr, the beginning corner day con .tided by , He y. Th mias oi th Campbell pitent, or corner to Uliffurd -- Brown & O.veiis of the Jonathan Speaks and Jack Norton: Freedom auction who moved I heir Northence with original lines of ton (formerly Cooper J n .'57 e 13 saw mill to this place three chains to B young black o.ik now mark edjohl corner, a hickory not found; weeks ago are sawing m..st every thence n Mo1, n."'1.. chains to a white day - Married June the 3rd Mr. oak, cni final corner, thence ssl ej chains to a maple. b.seb and dogwood W H. Ping and Miss Una Mc pointers, old call, ni.iple not found: Kinney. Rev. Carmical thence s38 tiU c.iains to a white I 1 ROCKCASTLR CIRCUIT COURT. HOPE WELL i s" Wil'r s et Contents 15Tlnid Tlraclfflj n, A1 et : fC 0 I C ; - E 9 SI S 'WJlW' For Infants and r'Jdren. r 1 1 Iastoria i Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of in-ui- J ,. lt hi: Air.oHOL-3PERcx- T ' ;m.i ;ni ihpFood bv Kula tin the Storoacks aftdBowc. 1 AVcetablc Preparation for As I lv I y yK JPnaVB-sss- 1 15 1 Thereby Promoting D4to Cheerfulness and RcsL&jnUi nor neither Opium. Morphine Mineral. N'ot Narcotic m In jkcipousAMLumaiai - to-wi- t: 1 one-lif- PumphnSmt jUxSnuia XncLlk StU Jpp.mait horn Clan iW Ar Ah I M Sugar )&trryrrtflnr Sard A helpful Remedy for Constipation and Diarrhoea. and Feverishness LOSS OF SLEEP ai Use For Over :!-- 4 :z I resultiiiiiJherefrwBjnlnfanrA - -- of j rat sunlit cinature WcXU'. o 4 U. G. Baker, Pres. W. J. Sparks, Vice-Pre- s OFFICERS F, L. Thompson, Jn, 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 m oak, old corner uogwood and beech pointers, on s w side of said branch, Eveen t unity ou vill wear cornea to Norton: thence s(ji e, cross lag Mine's branch, 14 4 in chains to a Fish's Special bui s Why not young leaning black oak, now marked old corner wnite oak now down, corner begin with your ntxt suit? to said Norton: thence s37'2 e crossing 777i7 MUKhUb. a .Iraun at 4 chains, in all U2-1chains to a young spotted oak and Tnis is very painfui n,tfn y rang hickory stump, old corner near . tud north of a coal bank, In almost every corner to ous disease co chains to a neighborhood someone has died at the point of a medicine could be dirt, orgiaal corner, now corner to Nor- - fn,m ll b ton: thence e ta to chains ..;.. a obtained 01 a nhvsician summon. hickory and dead dogwood, ""&- -' ,A Th e rieiit way is to have a corner, on inn east sine 01 aim near a drain on a branch, two clienuts, dog- bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and wood and maple pointer: th.Mice s.S7 chains to a black oak and dog Diarrhoae Remedy in the house eli wood and white oak, original corner; so as to be prepared for it Mrs. l hence ntiri e"J chains to gum tree and Charles Knveart, HuDtiingtoti ii1, .. A it.. Hi i w. u Le uiu .1.1b- ov tiiiri, it ...t.:... I nd writes: ''During the sum oak and nonier now nutrfeed: thence n'M. el-- chains to a slake near and lie- mer of 1911 two of my children 2-- , ' iT"7"i 65-1- 00 :i 11 1 11 111 1 ii iff . United 1 ,E mr w ""! Look For This Service Sign a&'.js with o Isidore I us-,morbus. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Wemedy and i' rave them im mediate relief." d were taken sick low fcoiie: Wr A w m MS' eaom I BSSgg-taaJ ra' u3 ' : PS? V& r n service that the dealer can supply you every sort of tire service from testing your wheel alignment and putting on your tires to a complete line of the best tire accessories in the world. Dealers who display this sign are the best dealers in their respective communities. Deal with them depend on their judgment and you will have supreme tire service. and use. This sign also means to you tire Tire dealers displaying this sign carry a complete line of United States Tires. the 'Nfehby', the 'Chain', the 'Royal Cord', the 'Usco the 'Plain', a tire for every need of price United States Tires Are Good Tires Tire for Every Need of Price and Use Nobby' 'Chain' 'Royal Cord' 'Usco' 'Plain' A United States TUBES and TIRE ACCESSORIES Have All the Sterlng Worth and Wear that Make United States Tires Supreme Lsrsr' .s'rsr &2ZZZ F&2Zrz Uoited Mates? I ires are carried by the following Sales aud Servcie ftve types et United s:.itej lires exactly suiu your needs, .BRYANT -- m ' mmmmm. mmmmmmB n 'I mv mm& MSfii ismm ,tt,ii",'rt u ummYnr ... ' x ' ' 1 t j 1 iursrag r m . j 1 inim UilHl ll M r Fil iliili,;. W, aO ; ;;;, Saiii! mi u i :' ! ii ..m1 ! !! I i iinm Br Depot who can tell you which of the BROS. 4i chains to a poplar on a steep p;plar and sugar tree pointers. (itfinal corner to said Boone: thene his line nSO srto chains to a popla. original corner; w.Vi'. wfl chains to a chest nut spiout going frtm the roots to the old corner near the top of a ridge, young and black oak and hickory now marked as pointers, old call tieing a triple chestnut near the top of a ridge: then with Mooiie Nil '4 w22 chains to a poplar stump and chestnut oak pointers, original corner, but the two hickories down: thence n22'2 eltij chain to a fallen while oak on a point, another white oak now a pointer: thence 87i e7 chains tea beech on the west side of and near Koccastle River, a corner to said iloone on the Nathan McCluie tract; thence up said river along the west bank of same, nl4 w26'2 chains to a stake near the river between an old marked lieech and one now marked, a short distance below the mouth of Kagle Creek, corner of Fredrick's heirs, old call is to Jacob Bussey tract: thence leaving the river and with b'redrick's heirs n63 2 wl3 chains to a stake in a drain, two Iveches. large whit oak and two hickories marked as pointers, old call being an h and black alnut in a elO chains small hollow: th nee 2 to a white oak on a hillside, marked enl on uppdr side, old call l.eing a Spanish w following an old oak: thence s83 chains tea stake near marked line 14 a deep drain, old call a small black oak, 4w22 6 Id chains 1101 found: thence s7S to a hickory, old, marked and said to be the Fred ricks corner: thence n46 wio chains to a buckeye in the north Rockcastle Circuit 'our: edge of a branch, Fredrick's corner; w2o chains to a stake, thence N 42 COMMISSION!-- : ITS SALE. beech, wateroakand dogwood pointers: old corners not found, . hickory on hill- .... t...: .i .. aa sine: tneiice so Rockcastle Cikcuit Coiut chestnut, black oak, small dogwood and on the last side of and Charles Howard, i twosourwoods Plaintiff near a deep drain, old call a maple and w20 chains to a white oak: thence s7 vs. Commissioner's Sale large chestnnt and small water oak on Mauy K. Howard, ) a drain, the east side of and near Defendants chestnut, white oak and dogwood &c, pointers the original corner, thence By virtue of a judgment and chains to a black oak and u72 wis snag, almost gone, but old mark plainly order of sale of the Rockcastle to lie seen, no dogwood to be found, Circuit Court, rendered at the said snag is 80 links south of a large chestnut now marked as line: thence April Term, 10,17. thereof, in the chains .o a poglar and above cause, I shall proceed to n2 el8 chestnut, with young black oak and dogr offer for sale at the court houe wood pointers, a corner to Ingram and in line of said Fredrick's heirs; door in Mt Van n, Cy . to the w9 hence with said Kenner s52 chains to a point in a road 24 ft on a highest ana best bidder, at public w from a chestnut oak course nl3 auction, on Monday, June 25th, pointer thence along said road south 191 7, being regular County Court chains to a large chestw5 67 to same on south side of day for said c unty, between the nut, corner rood, gum pointer: thence n54 chains to a poplar and white oak on hours of 9 o'clock a ru. and 3 south side of and near said road, old o'clock p.m., up'-a credit of Alfred Weaver corner, now a corner to Norton; thence six months, the following de said Renner and James chains to scribed property, towit: with said Norton si 12 el9 two chestnut oaks, original corner; On ? tract of land located in the chains to a black w25 thence s53 oak on a hilleide, now corner to eaid County of Rockcastle. State of ecrossing a drain Norton; thence s37 drain at 4 3 4 chains, in all 33 chains, Kentucky, near Brodhead, and to a stake in and young pine on a river bounded and described as folon south side of and near a path, a down black oaK, double chestnut and lows: s54 2 chestnut oaK pointers: then Beginning at a gum in a fence uu w6 cnains to a mae southeastwardly from H.G. J hill side, a double and two pines, point- - Howard s house, it being a corner ers, corner to Norton; thence s50 ..Tim chains to a beech on the southwest banK to both tracts et Howard, and of BuffaloCreeK,cornertoNorton:thence also a Corner to James H. Albrigh'; chains tea white oaK stump thence by a copy of the bond fro.n s32 e6 0 and maple stamp original corner black Hutchings to Howard. N 49 W 103 . . e6 oak pointers: thence s2 chains to a whitr-- oak in the east side of poles to a Slake With blazed pointers, the old corner gone; then S7b the creek, and corner to Jatucs Norton and in line of J A Smith; thence with W 61 poles to a stake with point- to a poplar ei s ju w. M Lewis' line; thence Smith, n72 el on the west side 01 ana near tne couny .... f HnPnnf his s37i W a i , road, comer to same; thence with said poles to a stake with a a line witn small oi vw road and with Smith hill-?ile, 9 2 1- -2 2 0 marked as pointers, in a line of Nathan Mel 'lure trees, now owned by V H Boone; thence with line of same sl2 lake. a small cliff, old corner a lynn now thence n67 w20 65.100 chains to a buckeye and iroiiweod now a-- the Campbell land. aSl :i 4 efl hickory and other jxnnters hjeff tpawhhn oak slaans mhe twf) ,,,k ,MV,nters' now , . - ,, . lower eu'e et the road: thctice 4 V 4lM polee d"vvn; e.5 chains to a in the road. sl4 take with a hiCKoiy and other so a eorn.r in tht midchain el die af the road, comer to same: time! pointers on a Bleep hillside i leaving the road "71 12 w passing a whiu 'corner also to John Koss, deed in oak at 25 links, in all 2 chains to Mr Levis' hue. ikeejee sWea'a a sugar tree on east bank of creek, cor : thence down lin' s;;ii '11 poles to a stake and ner to same and the creek with said Cupps 2S el -" stone pilf, where the black oaK cnams to a stae in tne creek, corner tolcorile to two of Howard's tr:tets same. .1 sveainore, siigartrce. beech an, stinxl thence on with 'he leeoad ... .......tu ww.; ,.tu..L. . iiun .t iu, ui i.... ..1. , . ,, . . ii., maun iiuLiiiri. im IJ tea ettlM J 1182 e3I chains tea white oak OS) a low point, old corner, the oum, n,n in a leilce row wlnre a sfone is gone, corner to Cupp: thence sll Called for, bui iroiie; thence with W22 8.V100 chains tea white oak. aid ffl Lawrences line S67AE3 I IO , corner, a white oak ami mcnorv now ,U II Stitkt- ;l "ner to Mrs. inarkeda corner toCupp: thence sM M Luw.ence and T. C. Marler, now e7 chains to a sake and pointers as w24 ft to a marked white vVr M Albright; thence with tht follows, sl6 oak and .08 wl2 ft to a young chest-- , Albright line S3J Kj7U poles tea , , .. e st nut, the old line continued ;J 1 lOchains " " the more would make old black corner. stake original call, two blacks, onenowstand- - ('ollty road to Br.Klhead. a comer ing and one cut down: said siake and also to lar.ieS stoherte, theme his l'ing loe acre line N'T ' i F at 7 jxiles with the pnhstera are in line of : survey, now owne.l by John A rtrllttT of the county road in e6 thence with same n2 chains ...1 . .1 beginning, to a black oak near the lop of a high .P old Ping corner, two black oaks toiniitg (two tiMcts in one uinety-calle- d for. but only one standing, party eiifht ('.' acres. market! verv old: then S8 For the purch ise price tie pur; a bunch of dogwoods fprvmimg from an old stamp, original call adoajwood: chaser must execute Ixmd, with w still with the Ping line thence s2 coal hnal at l I'haiai :nu approved surety, bearing leal inpasaiag chains to terest from dav el 'ale until paid crossing a branch, in all 17 a staKe in said line, two dogwooda, and having; the lueee and efjed 'd" hicKory, maple and chestnut pointers on west side of and near said branch to a jndyment. liid lera ariH b Jonathan SmMUCK thence with his line prepiired to comply promptly with e24 s6 chains to the beyimsing, these terms. and containg 17"9 acres, more or less, fnftJLient thereof to produce the sums o. s. Gsuma, or et $1,466.81, with lejjal interest from Master Comniissionr, May 2, 1917, until paid due The ank Ro kcastle Circuit Court. of Mt. Vernon and Nine Thousand Dol lars, with lesfal interest from Ann H. 1912, until paid due the lohx H Hil- Dry Goods Co. and the east of thi-- . action. The debt of the Bene f Mt Vernon to be paid in full, its lien behtj superior to the lien of the p'aintilT John ViH Hibben Dry GochI- - Co. For the purchase price the purchaser bond, with approved must execute bearing legal interest from dav of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Biddi rs will Physicians ail over the world are le prepiired to comply piV'inptly wi'h prescribing phophates to build these terms, up run ggwmetuiic conditions G. S. Gi.'it'KiN, und those who have treated Master Couniiissioner, trad T-- 13 he Cental'" Compaq. Thirty Years CAST DBA THI CCMTAUN Exact Copy of Wrapper. COM""!. NEHf VOHH ClT-- of te ehai 2 rlltnut 1- -2 .. t, 3"-10- J - 81-10- 0 4- . 2 :'-- 4 liimi . -- Jles j 4 f" , - 2 1 tog,-,-,- 1 al e, con-ridg- . U-n- s sui-ety- , Says Phosphates Make Beautiful Women and Strong, Healthy, gorous, Robust Men. oo-lO- their patient with Argav Phosphate are changim: tlen, eneinic women wi'h toneless t.ssues, tlabbvllesh.into 'he most l)eauttful 1 osy cheeked nd plump round w- -o cn-ui- s form'il men woe itnai;-irabl- sour-woo- 4 3-- 4 2 2 Ren-ne- 2 Atlanta Ga Dff Jacobs. n said interview th.t 20 per cent. tf eiieinia comes from breakdown whuh cae only le coritcted bv suppb ing the necessary phophates to the nervous svstem that is lacking in the ftxd you eat, and this can be quickly suppiiid by taking one or . in a reeesH ner-vou- 3-- 4 two fi ; yrain Argo-Phosph- ate tab- 2 74-10- 0 w23-10- 0 3-- 4 2 1-- 36-10- 9 55-10- 4 45-10- 0 '-- 2 .. lets f er each meal, and at bed lime It will in many cases make a pale scrawney lace the picture of health in a few days. I have seen women that I expected would have to ;be kept under treatment for months restored to perfect health in oue or two weeks time time. Special Notice. The recommended by Dr. P. H. Jacobson contains phos by phates such as are leading physicians throughout the world and it will be found most effective I rm fo- treating patients with Nervous Dyspepsia, Stomach troubles. Brain Fags, and Nervous Prostration. It will youthful vim and vigor, and build up the whole body. If your druggist will not supply you with Argo Phosphate, send $l.oo for two weeks treatment, to Argo Argo-Phosphate pre-enb- ed - re-we- w jihorattries , Atlauta, Ga. I 10 Forsyth St.,