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VERNON, A nmBnnnUUBmmV--r- - VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, JUNE z : 15. 1917 SM el T"i 1se.r-control. o -- ESTABLISHED 1387 NUMBER 38 -- i DM 11 WSSm $ ty&fall't&ffifobtit- w iWjU ysnslBnnnnnnnnnnnmsBmimmnnmml Br I HP HHgp - mmmummmmmnr LJ .nfl .mmi EmV. Don't Sacrifice Economy for Neatness Nowadays the price of clothes isn't so important as care in buying them. emmnnmnmnfl .mmnnnmnf " Hk. LmV mmnw .ml ,ui place ht se articles side by side and say by your vote on August 4th four months of this time I was tketker be answered the charge I made against him in my letter. w',n the invincibly Teddy and u the first place, he makes no attempt to deny his record in his faruus Rough Rider Regi oi the, V"played no small part. fie Legislature and his betrayal of the trust placed in him by the people at lint tune. He that his record in the Legislature M j (.lain, tnH t1tinction of no more et whiskey, than t be Blind Tigers" which txist in monsliuf. the first troup of the suioils Ihe countv now. Ttie Lord knows that is enough. but mv friends famous Rough Riders Mj service as a soldier has fiat is just the mison why 1 am asking you to look closely iuto this given me 1 knowledge of mv matter The "bootleggers'' are tightm" me in this race Whs Inquire of people who know. Ask the goud, straight, sober men, own power that I could notha.e procured otherwise. who have served ou the grand juries fur the past three and one When I say I will make you a halt years, and see if I have not used t'.ry power given this of faithful kdmenfiaistiyy I have ihe fice to enforce the whiskey law What has Mr. Thompson done pnst locoid.that. He had his chance to strike the liquor traffic a deadly blon whes through discipline, hardships, I !hae learne he was in the Did he do it? Between the -t div oi and ed in pirt. the great lusuou of June, iglO and tile first day of June, 1017, the express and which I Could freiglr be ks how that more than SIX THOUSAND GALLONS have ksrned without much uoflof tutoxtcu'tng hqur was shipped in-tRockcastle county That perience. me ms ih a each and every month there is more I thtti FI E tain! for the moral uplift of HUNDRED GALLONS, et this awful atnf saloadeJ in thbeonn-t- y our State, for the enforcement to lower our ci iaeoshp, destroy our young manhood and take of the law. for sues messnrea 1 will insure to sound moral bread out et the mou h of sonietody's child. the elf.-i- ion of beams A very lar.e part of this go :s through the blind tiiOMs men- chsracter; Ihe suselonssent nf tioned by vir. Thompson L his p,-whiskey biU vbich be ;intr.-duestnral resources. hott.T nnder-- s in liny betwvrs aud in the Legislature had not sftem rd s beCOnM a law not tns re disirk tiiit; of the one drop of vb skey culd n w be shipped into this county, and I St ite to (J nplv with the Constiay to you that just as long as thii law stays i n effect and t on , elf-negatio- legi-l.tur- -- piin-ciple- s, t t ed Ja-hr- s ; . - will wincey munippeu inio tne county in snen qamities, uniskei ie sold in violation of the law. 1 do not be the good m-wi- E. R. GENTRY To the Republican VoTKKS There are lot of men who make a better showing be cause their money "goes farther". For example, ihe man who wears Clothcraf t Clothes. He pays from $ 1 0 to $25 for a suit that gives him everything to be desired in looks and service. If you moderate prices, look over our stock of men's furnishings and go home with a new idea of how to dress. want quality as well as SUTTON & McBEE The Cloth craft Store !H Miss Leona F, JUNE 18 Stanley w" Dychc Dramatic Art & Reading Physical Culture and Lariat Exhibition. Two years experience in Columbus, Ohio MR. DYCHE: Champion roper of Kentucky and Physical Culturist. Learn to develop your body at home in your own room. Not a cow-bo- y but a High School Lariat twirler. MISS STANLEY: Admission 10c and 20c I take it from what be said and it is understood, generally that he wishes to uphold the present administration, by saying that I am wrong, thus end using the extravagant, uubusiness like and illegal expenditure of the peoples money, condemned in my announcement. I expect to prove to the people in this campaign that I have at all times endeavored to protect their interests and despite the fact that 1 have baea handicapped :n the enforce mentof the lr.w, I sincerely tried to do my dot. My opponent is at nbem, as ,s any voter of the comity, to examine my official acts, and if be to shield those who are really responsible for the present condition of affairs in this comitv. by pricing blame on me as his announcement would indicate, I am readythe to ... .nu.u ueio,c lIie people and suostaiUinato every statement I have made. It ill be remembered, Mr. Thompson, that you have an of final record, having been elected by the people to represent them in the Kentucky Legislature. It will be remembered that you were elected on a dry platform, running with a dry candidate for governor and from a dry district composed of the counties of Rock castle and Laurel, and yet you go to Frankfort and in the face of all you violated every principle of prohibition and local option. Yoa were elected on a platform adopted by the great republican party and solidly supported by xour constituency; a platform on which our great leader Ed (J. ORear, stood and a platform which you said in your campaign was big enough for you to stand on That platform pledged you to support the County Unit Bill yet in the face of all that when the final test came you betrayed the trust the people had placed in you and voted against Dill. When you enthe tered the legislature, we had a lw in this state which if it we.ein effect now, not one drop of intoxicating liquor could be shipped into this county. You introduced and made a fight for a bill to re peal that law prohibiting the shipment of whiskey into dry territory, and as a result of its repeal, the Webb-Keny'aw is of no effect 10 this state. Is that keeping ta.th with a constituency who elected you on a dry platform and ajtpjeted you to stand by our great leaders who framed that platform, supported by the people? A manss future can only be judged oy his past, and I am willing to place my record alongside of rows and let the Rep ubheans of this county say who has FAILED, either as public officials, servants of the people; or in any private career as citizens of the county. Mr. Thompson has alee been saying he h ped I would raise the question of his eligibility to this office. If it were for my own merest alone, I wonld not mention .this, but after tody in the matter over carefully. I Um convinced that the welfare of the party in this county and the validity of the party's nomi nation lor County Attorney is at stake. I have consulted "the v ry best legal talent in the state a,d have their letters in my office it is their unanimous opinion that if Mr Thompson should be nominated and elected, he could never qualify as County Attorney and the office which rightfully belongs to a Republieatwould go to a democrat. Ihe constitution of Kentucky is plain on this subject and can be read by any one wishing to investigate. Section 100 provides that a person to be eligible to the office of County Attorney must be a resident of the county one year next preceeding his elec turn. I now challenge Mr Thompson to the republicans of this county how he can vote in Bell county on November 7th, 1916 then be a resident of this county for one year on November 6th l9l7 when the next regular election will be held Unless he on. do that he is not .eligible, and is putting the whole party in bad light by trying to further his own selfish purpose and is willing to hazard the interest of the republican party to do so. I appeal to you to support me in this race and show to the people of Rockcastle county that you approve of clean government sobriety in office and strict, but fair and impartial enforcement of the law I expect to see each voter during the campaign, but should I fail to see or have a talk with you, your vote and influence will be appreciated. In the Mt. Vernon Signal .of May 25th, I published the above letter addressed to the Republican voters of n..... that letter was not intended as enteiiug into any "Mud-sWinc- r" controversey, or "Newspaper gossip ' I raade no attemptln that letter kto be "funny", and shall not in this, but I tripd tn state fairly the facts as they exist and irive to the hSm ,u . why I am asking (this nomination and why I think Mr. Thompson UVUxU uta ue nominated. n the signal et he following week, Mr. Thompson, in an article which he no doubt considered very "smart" and j iono. .L. aoove letter, i, want to ask thewittv , to w uoWi me i voters s on an official In his announcement, , mv nniknom .wi .k iXC7U ui:, r,,r : , lllt d,... OlllJitU I1CMIJ1 nation for county attorney made some reflection on my record as of Rockcastle County: citiz ns of this c anlj will be fooled by this attempt to align the "Blind Tigers". In the second place, he does not claim in hi lefer to be digible to this office. He does not deny that be voted in Pell Countj n November 7th, i9i6, therefore he could not have bees a nsi-len- t of this couuty at that time. If he had never voted there, he ;ould possibly have claimed a residence in this 'county, but when 1 man voluntar.ly walks up and exerciees his right of citizenship by voting, that is the strongest proof of his residence and he can not deny it. Sections 97 and 99 of the Kentucky Constitution establishing the various county officers, including that of Couni Attorney. Section loe of the Constitution in so far as it applio-t- o the puestion is as follows: No person shall be eligible to the the offiee mentioned in .ections ninety-sevewIid is not at the time et and ninetv-niuhis election twenty-touyears of age (except clerks of County and Circuit Courts who shall be twenty one years of age ) A rit izen of Kentucky, and who has not resided in the state two yean nd one year next preceeding his election iu the County and Dis- rict in which he is a candidate. Now Mr. Thompson e rtainly resided in Bell county on November 7th i9i6. Besides voting there on that date, he bad Iwm liviug there for nearly three years; had been practicing law there: taking an active part in politics, aud .rem lined there for s tssetisse after the election. 1 he next general election will be held on November 6th 1917. It will be plainlj seen that if Mr. Thompson had moved Jback to Rockcastle county the very day he voted in Bell county, he would still lack one day ;of residing in this Cottatj one year on the day of the next November election when Attorney will be elected. Mr. Thompson "Hoots' at the idea that this effects the Republican party, and when ask by a voter why he did not answer my question about hi, eligibility, he said he did not propose to look up the law for me I do not want him to give me the law, but I do believe that he owes it to the republicans of this county to show them, if he can, hvvv he can be eligible to the office, and if he cannot do this publicly and openly he should not ask them to nominate him. We now have two can didates for the democratic nomination for County Attorney, a thing which has not happened in this county for years. It is mv judgment that these men are aspiring to the democratic .nomina tion because they know that if by any chance .Mr. Thompson should be nominated by the repn'olicans, he could never take the office. In the third place Mr. Thompson raakes no charges against me, or my record. 1 know that the republicans of this county are men of intelligence, and will realize that his article is the rankest kind of foolishness. I have not engaged in "Mud-slingin- g" in this race and I am not going to unless 1 am forced into it, but I do intend to make a vigorous campaign, aud show to the republican-- , of this county in as fair and reasonable manner as 1 knew how, whether it be through the public press, or otherwise, why I am seeking this nomination. I do not think it sounds "childish" to come out publicly aud let the people know what you stand for and what you are against. If I have done wrong, come and tell me. If my record is cle r, I ask you to help me in this race for a second term, which it has long been the custom of the republicans of this county to give. Yours truly, n th mors equitable sy-- t mi of ixatfor, g on lotds, repeal t the pre u ciiool book law, and mans other measures that 1 im w ling to discuss with you horn time to time when oppor-tun- i y permits. Thank. ng you for any fa v. rs you may see tit to confer on me, I remain as ever, 1 J Your servant, G. A. Settle, London, Ky. nmnmW N- T e r 11 xo' II G. H. VANDEVENTER OF LAUREL CO. tin-Count- For Representative Gentlkmi:n ok Republican Primary, Aug 4, 1917 liol'KCALTLE COUNTY : RUrn. smmWrnr ... j ed for at the primary August 4, 1917. subject to the action of the Republican party. I have neves asked for office, and adopt this method to inform you of my decision to enter the W .msml8ff-mnmmw race. Many of joti, especially, in Laurel County, have known me" from my youth to the present time; also the position I have always taken in the political issues of the past. I do not claim that the people are indebted to me for "auy service that I have " mmmtl nV nuv done. On the other hand, I bold x Su Jfammmmmi 's that the individual owes a'l the Yours, good he can do to the country G. H. VandEvexter, in which he lives, and that he Bush, Laurel Co. should exrject no more from them than comes to him as a result of his own labor, and a due consideration of his merit in the strut. For Infants and Children gle incident to human life To the Voters of Laurel In 114 C- - f rw I have served mv "- -j t r.J Always bears akd Rockcastle Counties: iui . !.:. ' .tD,rearTvears and seven months 1 am a candidatelor the Kepreseu- - m the rjmd States Signature Army smmmnV tative of your district, to be vot- t Tnr-- MVR?- Sk I am a candidate for Representative to represent Rockcastle and Laurel counties in the General Assembly. My father was born and raised on Skaggs creek, three miles f lorn Mt. Vernon out removed to Laurel county many years ago. I was born and raised on a farm and am acquainted with poverty and all the disadvantages that go with it. I attended the public schools and began teaching in W'l and am at present one of the teachers in my county. I am a Republican and believe in Republican doctrine and I have never held principles onsen and if the good citizens of these two counties will elect me their representative I will be found doing everything I can to have the following laws enacted : 1. btate Wide Prohibition. 1 A law modifying the present tax law which will place the tax more upon the rich corporations and railroads and reducing it up. on the laboring man and farmer. 3 I shall work for the abolishment of all needless offices which have been created in order to give jobs to men for political reasons at the expense of the taxpayers of this fctate. 4 I shall be for a just and fair re districting bill, one that will gi.e equal representation to all alike, rich and poor, high and low, DJacK and white. 5r I shall be for a permanent school text book law, which will prevent the constant chantrinc nf school books, which is a great burden upon the Teonlp ami a rich harvest for the book com panies. In conclusion, mv friends, if T am elected I shall be found serv ing and defending the interests et the good mountain neoDle to the very best of my ability. If you oeiieve my way, please sav a good word to your neighbor for me. wun conhdence 1 await your decision. G. A. SETTLE 4 CASTORIA r' virerouiears -- t MT.ERNON SIGNAL Bidoers In the garden of Cleth.seinatie, he comply ptayed that the cup of sor'ow promptly with these terms. might pas. It did not pass; he 0. S. GHlKFlN, had to drink it. But God gave Master Commissioner, him the strength to win. You Rckcastle Circuit Court. h.ive had to drink this cup, but G d will give you strength to PASSBD OVER. win in Getisemme Llrd N. Varet, only son and sacred your memory of him Keep who the citizen aud child of our fellow gone; ask God for streng h, friend James Maret, was sum ha and in that strength do and be moned to his maker on Thurs. your best day I st, when after three days suffering of pneumonia he passed over the river. He was born on September 4th i882. The follow-- i ig lines are extracts from the andrcss of the yood friend and swei t singer in Israel," Rev i T voung, made during the James WinScCdd s.mple services held at the resi FOR dence on the funeral day. The Jailer. thoughtful expressions sweet I pronrse a faithful administra was most comforting to lion ii elected. I ask you to judge iheren hat father who, hut for he man my fufire bv mf pist record c would feel d friends living aloft a winterer ha1 he I'.iis The veatber ha.s been unusualA6 a candidate for the nomination for Mbj et C'ou nt v Attorney of Kockras-tie- , p n tiie f:ice of the eaith. Not ly cold through ut the eat' re to the action of the Democratic parly at Change et August Primar;, 1917. ti The 'ittle giil, widow, is a month of Mav wheh has re arded vegetation a great com and Voting Precinct .obleto tojatidoublyisbereaved fat e the growthdelof all and everyPlanting is red ort the annoim Reports backward I'bOM life companion was c died thing ts We arc authorized to announce the MMEI OF FIBCALCOUBT 11 followiuy; persons as candid ales for the forty cnumi- s give Tht great from way last Odober CALL TKRM MAY 14, 111? respective offic s in Rockcastle county, ppp cation of tln.ve who nre he weather as cool and dry with subject to the Republican primaiy eleci' Left to mourn, tion in August. 191": cannot be ex ih drouth broJfen the latter pott It having become FOR jud;f. the ojinion of the Cotrt that retted in words for the tti;m et the month by copious rains. Cam Mullins. of Mt. Vernon, Kv. according to seoti f No 1443, o ourtesits, and attentions hewn Twenty or more count es havi G. M. Ballard, of Mt. V. rnon. Ky. luring the heart rending period reported txccssively cool and the Kentucky Statutes, to J. N. (j'ritlin, of Spiro, Ky. f trouble. wet weather the voting precincts known a FOR COrXTY ATTORNKY. A large inert ase in the acreage East and West Mt. Vernon voting E- R. (Jentry. of Mt. Vernon, Ky. In this life, where we have sun t and 0 oudless days, we must of corn is reported from all parts E. B. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Kv. precincts, that change in sai. Replanting has t vthe SState b mndarv lines shall be as follows: dso have shadows and gloom FOR SHF.fUFF. The block known as the Tip Langford. of Mt. Vernon. Ky. tut it seems that the greatest een necessaiy in much of the L. G. Clark, of Orlando. Ky. and bounded as follows : hadw that falls across the path early planted corn. The average On the east by Church street, 01 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. f human life has come ott t. of the entire state i. placed at 11 J, B. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. the south by old Main street, on this little home and to this little per cent, and a fraction almusi S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. the West by Town Hill pike, and faoiilj Manv of u here toda 112 per cent of a norm il crop. James Proctor, of Orlando, Ky. on the north by Main street, be vere here, oiilv a few months Conditions of same So per cent FOR JAILKR, and the same is changed and put i40. when the m nher et t'nU boy A poor wheat yield is expected "Little" Tom Taylor, of Ml Verm n. K into East Mt. Vernon procinrt, ted the wife of this father had Conditions of earne is given at Loguc Sowucr, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. and it is further ordered by thb nswtred the sommns to go j4 per cent Such a poor stand G. W. Decker, of Cedarville, Ky. Court that a new voting booth for ut into the great beyond. He d wheat in some localities ha J. S. Southards, of Fine Hill, Ky. Frank Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. West Mt Vernon be established ies today where she, whose life caused part of this crop to I e R. B. Shephard. of Orlando, Ky. at the Fair grounds. ,v;is so inseperaMy bound to th;i plowed up 'and planted to corn .1. V. Chast.-.-nof Johnetta, Ky. G. M. Ballard, J.R C C f h- -r bov, lay then. Thi- - should and other crops Kye is be tei J. I. Arnold, of Livingston. Ky. Attest : Jas. Winslead, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. teach us that we are but chi'd-rei- i and shows a condition of 79 pet S. F. Bowman. C.C. S. A. Drew, of Burr, Ky. on the shore of a cent, runni g from a minimum plaving Hairy Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. oundless ocean, across whi.h of 4o to one hundred per cent CATARRHAL DEAFNESS wiil come a summons to em maximum. FOR SUPT. OF SCHOOLS. CANNOT BE CURE Mrs. Alice Davis, of ML Vernon, Ky. Barley shows a condition rf 72 bark on that sea of which n W. R. Dickerson. of Livingston. Ky. by local applications, as they can man Soon, yes, per cent. he acreage of o Is has a chart. not reach the diseased portions 01 soon, thefe will be the silent foot is 85 percent, while the ondi-LioFOR ASSESSOR. C. T. Sigmon, of Wildie, Ky. the ear. There is only one wav fall about the house and the shows at 74 per ctut. W. H. Carmical, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. to cure catarrahal deafness, and crunching of wheels without. Tobacco plants m the bed FOR COUNTY SURVKYOR. that is by a constitutional reme have not done well and some of We are here todiy with hearts Rev. Win. M. Durham, Johnetta, Ky dv. Catarrhal Eeafneis is cans devot the acreage plained has been ed by an informed condition of full if sympathy for this FOR MAGISTRATE, abandoned and put toother r.ic First District, mucous lining of the Eustachian ed wite in the hour of her grea' The May 1st acreag for Burle we can not feel all W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vcmon, Ky. Tube. When this tube is in sorrow. But when the tobacco was esumat d at 96 Fourth District. flamed you have a rumbling that it means to her as compared with an esti G. W. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. Holy Matrimony so ind or imperftct hearing, and sacred bonds of FOR CONSTABLE, by death ii mated ai reage as of June 1st el when it is entirely closed, Deaf- have been severed 89 per cent , while the condition Kikst District, ness is the result Unless the two short months. Our hearts of the plants is given at 7H pet A. Joues, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. J. but in giv information can be reduced and go out to his FOR RETRKSKNTATIVE. ent. at this time. Only 25 per b y, h feels more than this tube restored to its norma ing up his Dark 71st legislative District, condition, hearing will be de we can share Many here bavt cent of the crop is set Laurel and Rockcastle. st roved forever. Many cases of known Lloyd since childhood tobacco acreage of May 1st was John R r loyd, of Laurel County. dealneoS are caused by catarrh, side, bul reported at 92 per cent, as com G. A Settle, of London, Ky which is an inflamed conditi d of Many knew hi better ared with the acreage June 1 t G H Vaudeveuter, of Bush, Laurel Co the mucous surfaces. Hall's only the family knew his bes Catarrh Medicine acts thru the ide. None knew him to bt as 87 per cent. The condition blood on the mucous surfaces of guilty of a mean thought or deed of plants shows at 84 per cent the system. have a big anc and 55 per cent, of crop is set I knew him to We will give One Hundred Reports show more iutere-- t is evidence otiered by oui '"pHE tender heart I talked to him of irieud at Livingston las Dolhrs for any case of Catarrhal ten and remembered him in m. being taken in sorghum cane week in tryit g to convince th Deafness that cannot be cured He had hi than usual, as well as buckwheat readers that he is a real poet like by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir private devotions All Druggists 75c. weakness and failed to be what A great many farmers are plant Milton, Bill Owens or Longfellow cu'.ars free E. J. CHENEY &Co., reminds, us of a fellow that lOMMf he wanted to be, but he wa-n- ing soy beans and cow peas Toledo. O. oy beans acreage is given at woods nowadays about thru then satisfied with wha he wa. silver cam but during the fiee and tried to be something better I08 per cent ; cow peas at 81' COMMISSIONER'S SALE. paign et W J. Biyan was making There are th se in this town, md the condition of same at 87 tJryan speeches all around hero Rockcasxle ciucitit Court. some here today, who coul. per cent, and the navy Jbean and actually had a number of folks J. H. Bkanaman, Plaintiff, have helped him when he tri d tcreage is estimated at 11 pei believing that he was even a vs. Commissioner's Sale. greater speaker tha Bryan him c uld hivi edit. The condition of alfalfa is to chtnb up; they self, and the way he did it wa bj David Hjmes, &c , Defendants. been his real friends when ht 4 per cent., orchard grass 85 memorizing Bryar's speeches and er cent , blue grass So r cent, By virture of a judgement and so much needed friends, but the. then delivering them woid foi md clover at i per cent. Pasword. Some folks havt a won order of sale of the Rockcastle pulled him down. tures are reported short but im derful memory and by mixing Circuit Court, rendered at the We are not here today to judg roving sime the late rains. that with I ts of April term, 19 17, thereof, in the We are here nerve go before the world repre above cause, I shall proceed to the life of this boy Hemp acreage is 114 per cent to throw a mantle of charity over seuting themselves as original and conditions 80 per cent. Miss Kate offer for sale at the court house his faults and to emulate his vir poets, Bryaus, etc. Live stock is in a generally Debord, of Level Green, was tin door in Mt. Vernon, Ky. to the tures He stands before Him guest of Miss EilaCars,n the fir-- t highest and best bidder, at pub who came to seek and to sae ood condition and estimated at 12 per cent., poultry at 95 of the week. Regular services lie auciion, on Monday, June were held at the Methodist 25, I917, being regular County the lost, and he is just. I would 'ruits show as follows: church, Sunday, by the pastor, Court day for said County, be- rather stand before the judgtraw berries .90 per cent. W. A. ment throne with his record el the Rev. A B Potorf. 9o per cent ... Carson is painting and paper tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. failure than to stpnd in the place Blackberries. 79 cent. pples hanging at Level Green for Dr.G m. and 3 o'clock p. m upon a of one who claimed to be his 67 per cent. Si nday School credit of six months, the follow Pears B.Lawreuce. friend, but pulled him down when Evangelist Lahman organized a ing described property, to wit; 73 per cent. Plums .... he tried to climb up; for I re JSundav School at Gum bulphur f'eaches 73 per cent. One brown mare mule, 2 3 ears member that the great Teache last Sunday alternoou. Rev. A. old 84 per cent Graphs and about I5 hands high. B Potort. A. M. Hiatt and John said it would be better for a mat accompanied him and will be sold if produced Robins Reports from all quarters give to have a mill st ne hinged aboui Rev helped in the organizitien. n the day of sale. a large increase in garden prohis neck and to be cast into the Lahman is 'nt out b the P res And a certain tract of land depth-- , of the sea than to caus duction planned. The acreage is byterian board and is dovotiug estimated at 121 per cent and much of his time in this and four lying and being in Rockcastle one who believed in him to srum ondition at 87 per cent. The other counties looking after the County, Ken ucky, on the waters b!e. Kitato crop shows a heavy in Sundav School work and is doing of Brush Creek aud bouuded as crease in acreage, which is given Mr. and Mrs. W. J follows: We are here today to say to qt jsreatgocd 133 per cent, and condition Haggard Mrs.W.P. Rigsby, Mrs these loved ones that all that of same at 92 per cent. On the North by the land of was Wat er Robins, John Robins and best in the life of this boy A summary of conditions shows daughter, Mildred, were in Crab the Coal Company; on the East is still yours; youis til hold in that every one is iuteres ted in oy the same company and on Orchard, Tuesday afternoon. the production of more food and Rev. Childress, of Johnetta. South and West by J. W. Chas-teen'- s sacred memory. To this wife feed crops, but seasonable land, containing 37 aci s, wao has bf;nt in tender devotion prra hed an excellent sermon at weather is greatlv needed for the Baptist church, Monday even or sufficient thereof ito produce over bis sick bed, to his father good results from such efforts ing Mr and Mrs W.J Haggard the sum of $100.00, with legal who is the only member of his Kentucky has suffered materially were the guests of Mr. and Mrs interest thereon from January little family left, and to these from heavy storm damage. The Amos Smith, the first of the week generally seem to be 20, 1917, until paid, and the cost other loved ones and friends, we armers -- Mi s B .nice Landrum. of Mt would say. 'love can never lose awake to the situation confrontVem n, was with Miss Hila Car- of this action. ing the Nation and are sespond-in- g son during the week. Mrs. Bet-tiFor the purchase price the pur its own." And now in th a testwhole heartedly in the mat P ke, fend daughter. Alma, chaser must execute bond, with ing time, when your weight of ter of food and feed preparedMiss Flora Penning on and Mrs surety, bearing legal sorrow is bowing vou down, we ness. Hobert Griffin, of Living ton weie approved would remind you again et the MAT C. COHEN, the guests of Mrs Ora Frith, this interest from day of sale until wek. Mia Ella Carson left Wed- paid and having the force and Son of God in his darkest hour. Commission? of Agricultu-- e. nesda.v j has visit friends in Louisville aud Detroit. Chicago on her Way Friday, June 15, 19 '7 I law of Mr Henry Beaty, sou in and Mrs. John Ri. idle, of this Published every Friday by place, was lound u ad aboui thirty miles from his Science Hil EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. home by a freight train crew Tues da It was first thought thai he $I.O was killed by a train, but there is UBSCRIPTIOM ONB YKA.R some doubt about it, and some are Advertising rates maue knoun on of the opinion that he met with foul play. He had gone to Flat application Rock, near where his body wis found, to make Me collections and might have een kille! MEMBER OP robbed and placed upon the ra I KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION road track He was a fine bosi ness man and was proprietor el a large roller mill in his hem town Besidps his wid w, he i survived b severr.1 'An dren arm Mr ami a number of relatives Mrs. John Riddle left iuimi-diatefor Science Hill by train, Joe Ri ' die wont the following morninu ANNoiM on his Motorcycle, and C T. anr Ben Riddle in an aiitin bi'e. A We Are Authorized to Announce l m will thorough inve-tiga- ti V. H. ULUKGEB made of this sad aff lir I I for Detroit, where she effect of a a jrood pusi'.ioo. She will; will "be prepared to 1 Fains, Dizzy Spells Mre.G.P.Cartwright,of Whitwell, Term., writes: "I suffered with bearing-dow- n pains. ; . The dizzy spells got so bad that when I would start to walk, I would just pretty nearly fall. Was very I told much my husband I thought Cardui would help me. . . He got me a bottle. . . It helped me so much that he got me another bottle. I got a whole lot better. The dizzy spells and the bearing-dow- n pains . . . left me entirely," If you are weak and or suffer from womanly pains, run-dow- THE 2XE Mm GAR$ THE Hoe xrxci is sure tc want a .ft WITH InPJffi" rake and other garden and iarm tools as well r and here he can get rri y n. 8 Y - satis f;l c t Off V ' r es. We have a 4 line of agrical V full tural iintleinei.t.s ami W tiii-t rv:r at .V M.V. t-- ., fj iim. hardware, kitchen tool mi utensi! ami everything M the artisan or mechanic needs tools fuff ,ill trade. besides a complete stock of builders' run-dow- n, mm TAKE M fil c. c. COX Mt. Vernon, Oooosite Kv. a M j:5iisi t I T Court House --7 K o--e- r DU The Woman's Tonic You can feel safe in giving Cardui a thorough trial. It is composed of mild, vegetable, medicinal ingredients, recognized by standard medical books for many years, as being of great value in the troubles from which only women suffer. The enthusiastic praise of the thousands of women who have been helped by Cardui in its past 40 years of successful use should assure you of its genuine merit, and convince you that it would be worth your while to try this medicine for your troubles. All druggists sell it. ne-essir- -- eht Mille-squar- WmS&ik) - Mx fTw MSar Woodwork fcP iii 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, . I m Try Cardui M4 IteMMA! L1""" 1 n COM 1 188109 E It'S SA LB. Rock astle ircutt Court. Plaintil"', 0 H. HLANTON, Sold pet-cen- t , fa-he- . -- BR OD H EAD Cominissioneos Sale. Defendant judgeuent and rder of the Rockcastle Circuit rendered at the April 'ourt, rent), i91 7, thereof, in the ibove cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon. Ky. to the highest and best bidder, at pub lie auction, on Monday, June 1'5, .1117, being regular Counn Court day for said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a m and 3 o'clock p. m. vpon of six months, the follow credit Vs: M. C. BAYLOR, By virture of a For Sale by J. b? vf gk w ygM .4: - Jw JjL - "" - Jr B. NOE 0 sxsix - RH. MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST A 8 Mt. Vernon, Kentucky ot ing descrioed property, to wit: One tract of ;iand in Rockcas tie County, Kentucky, on tlv Creek and voters of Negro follows: bounded as Beginning at a stone, vi:l two .uni pointers; then, e N 3I2 W 2i i pedes to a sta e, v.ith two white oak pointers the ce 62A W lot poles te a ston u hollow of a chestnut stu np; the S 26.V K 25 poles to a white o ik 8 CALL ION US if you need anything in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty p-- j-- self-possesse- d -- pr e - thence S 84 E 102 poles a st ne; thence S 92 1 8 poles to a gjm: hence S 75 W I3 poles to a st ne at an ash corner near a branch; tbeooe S 52 E 64 poles to a w.dte ok; thence S 11 W 16 poles t a sycamore and ash, pointers t") a tone; thence N 7o. E 76 poles to white oak; thence N 4o W 2o poles to a small poplar; thence S 70 Wa4 to a poplar stump, hickorv and dogwood pointers; N 30 W 44 poles to a small do wood in all line; S 50 W 82 poles to a oak and sraa'l b ckory, but now cut down, and a stone placed there; thence N 34 to county road; thence across the road, with the fence, including the barn lot and lot that is now in wheat, to the beginning corner, containing 80 acres, more or thereof to less. Or sufficient produce the sum of $7s0.o0, with legal interest from April 4, 191a, until paid, and the cost of this action. For the purchase price the must execute bond with approved surety, Hearing Jlegal interest from day. of sale until paid and having the force and affect of a judgment. Bidders to comply will be prepared these terms. promptly with G. S. GaiFFiN, Master Commissioner, HockcMtle Circuit Coort k pur-chaser stump aid gum, about 2 pol.s elow a small spring; thence N E 83 poles to a post oak one 57 ball pole from an old trace; PHONE 39 tvt yxTTvr-T- yr ROUND TRIP I .jj; ROUND TRIP July 10.55 7-8- fl Knoxville -9 $4.25 June July 23-24-- 30 1-7- LIMITED TO JULY 10 -14 L.&fi. R.B. ACCOUNT LIMITED TO 15 DAYS L.&N.R.R. ACCOUNT Grand Lodge G.W.O.O.F. Kentucky Colored tine 29 Summer School of the South Univer Iune29 sity of Tenn. S' Children Orr :i fit riiiMmi V ixoa 1 CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S . MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky, June 15, 1917 70 Iy 79" wnen'JTA want toCotnmuni- - , $y c with 9IONAL "T- u, V Couisvillc 4 Nashvillc PJ Mt s V R R Co. I 22 24 '23 TIME TABLE. uortn. uortn south South ATTENTION! Young Men of Rockcastle joiningCounties & Ad 1 pkvl ! 5. In p m 3:56 a m ii:44 a n 1 t 1:13 a m Tas. Landkum, Agent. Vernon, Ky. PocIiee mail innlter. K 3 jj Phone Mo. 8. Rnrered at the Announcement Extraordinary To the registered men between the ages of 21 and 31, if you are drafted and accepted for service, we will positively and willingly ' f as seeond-eias- PKK 0 . AL 1 !?r I I t t Miss Mawne Raker has returned from Beit-- Col'ege. V. C. Th. mason, of the Chestnut Ridge section is very sick. Prof T. J. tali of the Orlando section has been heie for a few da . Misses Louisa and May spent last week in Paint Lick Mies Louisa and May H singer jwere in Richmond shoj ping, Miss Risse McFerronis doinp stenographic work in the oftie of C. C. Williams. Cecil Mahan and brother, el Williamsburg motored thru Wed nesday enroute to Louisville Logan Bryant and Earl Co Went to Cincinnati IMonday ant drove back a couple of Fords. Rev and Mrs H. T. Youn arc tejoicing over thearrial el a fine be baby botn last night. Arthur and Harold Pennington have returned from a few days viit with relatives in Livingston Mr and Mrs. Hugh Miller wen here a few days this week fro.i their home in Miami, Oklahoma Miss Risse Williams accompanied L)r. Myers and family t Winchester yesterday for a fe days vis t. Elza Sumlers the tight yeai o'd son of Mr. and Mis. C'harli Sum'ers fell from a horse am broke his arm. Misses Risse Williams and Hazel Myers, Dr. Owens and Davi Craig motored over to Stanforc Wednesday evening. Miss Ruth Ella and Doris Henderson, daughters of C. B. Hen today fro derson arrived Arizona to spend the sumnur Mrs. with their grandmother, Orlena Henderson. Mrs. Mammie Oldham, who ha-responsible position as Cour, Worker for the Florence Criter lan League, is home for a vaca tion. She was accompanied b Will Jones, Jr , son of William O. Jones, of New York. Miss Edna Snodgrass is spending the week with Miss Myrtle Bryant. Her mother is expect ed tomoraow to visit Mr and Mrs Geo. C. Fish at Buckeye. Thev are the wife ard danhgier of the late Walker Snodgrass and lived near here some years ago. Mr. and Mrs W H.Fish and tit tie son. made the trip to London. Tuesday, in auto, guests of Brown, the London auto man who has no dread of Wildcat or Uau ley mountains, but moves along over them as though he was trav eling over the best of the blue grass pikes. Dr. and Mrs M. L. Myers, daughter, Miss Hazel and son, Raymond, were guesis et Atty and Mrs C. C. Williams from Sunday until Wedndsdaj . Dr Myer.' has been located in Win Chester since he left Mt Vernon ten years ago but their many friends made in Rockcastle dur ing their stay in this county, will be pleased to know that good fortune has crowned their efforts in the beautiful capital of Clark. Hy-sing-- iF5Si rnxK !lvf V II 1 1 Mot-day- . Ir! , w Refund the full cash price paid us for any Fish's $15 to $2$ Special Suit purchast from us beginning June 15th, IQ17, until further notice, to any young man drafted and accepted on or before August 1st, 1917. You may keep the suit without charge. , SSfe-- LJ COOPER'S KENOSHA Klosed Kretch rhis offer open to a!l young men who are not connected with any military or naval organization A WE SHOW THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN YOUNG MEN'S SUITS $10 to $25 rl2miv! friar t ga '' ' ' W J MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTLRS When You Are In Town. PHONE No. 27 THE CASH STORE LOCAL 11 a Satisfaction is the thing you lh Dixi Hifhm vea arA5n. sret when you buy at Fish's clined to believe that the road mountain or over Insur-mc- e over Gauley See W. H. Fish for Life Wildcat mountain is not so bad today, tomorrow may be after all. too late Fish's have just recieved a Some mighty good work is behipment of new shoes for ing done at the new bridge at Reufro creek. The county has v'oung men. several teams and men there fill The county school examination ing in at both approaches so the s being htld here today and will bridge can be used in a short ontinue tomorrow. time It is safer to buy Fish's Special Bryant Bros are making plans uit than to experiment with and arrangements Jfor building a hose you know nothing about. new brick garage centrally locatStephen Langford of the Wildie ed. This garage when completoram unity is night operator at ed will accomodate 100 cars. The the L. & N- Station at London. equipment will be modern in Laurel County already has every respect including electric ibout twenty miles of highway machinery, steam heat, water finished and thev are still work- works etc. This garage will be in operation oy next spring. ing. ATTENTION CANDI DATES Tom O'Mara who is an expert - Judging from the number of tourists going both ways over WHOOPING COUGH. In this disease it is important that tlle coun be kePl l0se and expectoration easy, which can be done by giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. P. H Mar tin, Peru, Ind., writes, "My two daughters had whooping cough, gave them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it worked like a charm." iri voke Story ilScHRH Woixdeiiul of a01 3Sw i r0 irijrfi-""- 1! irr cg - Pay-ro- ll Taken about UP:-Bla- ck sow weight N. individually a citizen in nine Southern States, large tax payer but it has many thousands of Southern people on its payroll who, likewise, are taxpayers. The L. & M. is essentially a railroad of and for the South, NOT only is the L. & lbs, white stripe up face. Owner can have same by paying all cost and damage, J. W. 2o Minks, Maretburg, Ky. and maintains an enormous payroll in the South. The total number of people employed by the L. & N. in the South for the past ten years, and th.:r ccrrDensation, is as follows: June lo 3T. IW:UlLi4LYx& 1907 Number U1.5(1 21.707 Ten Years Alabama Florida Ceorsria Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Tennessee Virsrinia &3.U1J Compensation for 10 Year 61.358.524.64 HAS A GOOD OPINION OF la09 1910 25,16 29.917 UJfH 5.315 8,S2,25.83 " ..- -) : CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. "Chamberlain's Tablets are a wonder. I never sold anything that beat them." writes F. B Tressey, Richmond, Ky. When mi 1912 1913 1914 1915 191o 2t,307 31.789 32.785 31276 32.366 32.4-- 7 N.Carolina 136.500 6,655 4.325 2"3 49.109 2.447 100.65. S96.33 4.754.745.21 2.907.407.94 :;-- : I S4.699.X85J2 1.850,31.10 " Total in y.. ?P4,fln3 ?Ai.fm ;i'i.;m.4Ts.ia F-a- nk You must tile vour First Paper troubled with indigestion or conmechanic is now with the Boyle 'ounty Auto and Supply Co., that being .your declaration to stipation give them a trial. have your name placed upon the Danville. ticket for the August Primary at A. P. Caldwell of London was least .30 days before the day of BBWawawawawaWawawaw appointment Wednesday Countv election You must file your ex Judge of Laurel County to fill pense account i5 days before the out the unexpred term of tie election. That is the i5th day late Judge W. I Brown. before the election, and you must file another expense account Thieves entered the grist mill f John R. Alcorn near Cooks-Mur- within 3o days after the election. th's county, a few nights What has been done toward igo and carried away about six getting that automobile for Jim bushels of meal. Maret, the originator and pro The many friends of H. H. meter of Boone Way thru the Cumberlands? The old fallow Beaty, who was once a citizen of our town, deeply mourn his needs the machine and it should certainly be forthcoming. tragic and untimely death, a To the Democratic voters I know you arc busy more complete account is told by our Brodhead correspondent. of the 5 District of g, Labor constitutes 58.07 per cent of L. & N. 6 per cent in sixteen expenses, and has increased years. Out of every dollar of L & N. revenue received, 42 cents 13 paid for labor. In addition the L. & N. has paid out indirectly for Southern labor engaged by contractors for various construction and extension projects a sum that would materially augment the above enormous total. 1 1 Louisvillt: fc Xasiiville Railroad Co. Ota The Reliable the past ten veais the L. & N. ha paid out in the South lor wages alone which was distributed to an average of 30,460 employees, every one el whom lives and has interests in the South. On the basis employed by the Bureau of Census that five persons are dependent on each wage earner, it is seen that the contributes directly to the support of 32.300 people pei annum. 1 1URING HELLO BOYS: $218,395,476.63 Miss Margaret Sparks delight- fully entertained Wednesday afHaze ternoon in honor of Miss Myers, of Winchester, who hasl been visiting here this week. The guests were Mesdames Myers, and Williams; Davis, Sparks Hazel Myers, Sallye ReyMisses and Verna Marguerite nolds, Blanche and Virginia Wekh, Crawford, Christine Davis, Ruth Landrum, Margartt Sparks and Tevis Bethurum; Messrs Ramey Richards, John R Albright, Bent-leSparks, John Lair, Jamie Clyde Baker and Thompson. Richard Cox. y has been a general After careful consideration I rumor for the past week, that have decided to become a canJudge S.D. Lewis would Jenter didate for the demociatic nomithe race for County Attorney. nation for Magistrate for this When asked by a Signal repre district. I believe that the Fis sentative the Judge replied: "Ijcal affairs of the County should am considering the matter but be handled in a strictly business have not fully decided as yet." manner. My business experience Dr. W. H. Landrum, of Wal-lin- has been such that I feel that I Creek, Ky., will be in our could render valuable service to town a few daTs. The doctor is the people of my district and to a graduate in medicine from the the county at large. It is my College of Physicians and Sur- intention to see all the democrats geon's at Keokuk, Iowa. Dr. of the District before August 4th, Landrum has been a practicing but should I fail to see you all physician for about 25 years and your support will be appreciated. Yours Truly, has recently been engaged in Chas. T. Riddle. some serious operations at the Miss Bonnie Niceley entertain Pineville hospital. He is a relative of our townsman. J. A. Land- ed her Sunday School class Tues rum, and is well known to the day evening at her beautiful Noe's aud Hilton's of the connty. Richmond street home. The party was brought to the ice cream parlor of R. H. Miller's FOR FLETCHER'S drug store where refreshments were served. s There RockCASTLE County: and so am I, tamp- ing ties and running for LAN. Jailer, Don't . .aTt- - :t a l..-:?"-xna."v r4'A . v ..i,- - niriinimMif"ii"iininni"Tg forget your old friend Little Tom Taylor. SOUR STOMACH. This is a mild form indigestion. It is usually brought on by eating too rapidly or too much, or of food not suited to your digestive Drgans. If vou will eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly, eae but little meat and none all for supper, you will more than likely avoid the sour stomach without taking any medicine whatever. When you have sour stomach take one of Chamber- jain's Tablets to aid digestion. - ajl rJfT&JffTtJffl VOTE FOR W. H. CARMICAL FOR ASSESSOR troubles, dissolves rravel. cures THE Texasweak and lame bark, rheumadiabetes, Wonder cures kidney snd AUGUST 4, IQI7 Children dry CASTORIA tism and all irregularities of the kidneys aud bladder in both men and women. If not sold by your drufcij'st. will be aent by mail on receipt of SI. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Send for testimonials from this and other tales. Dr. E. W. Hall, 29 Olive Street t. Louis. Mo. 8ol4 by dnwaUta. Adv. Vote for me while I am voting. I cannot talk in the unknown tongue. Vote for me you mighty host. I have not got the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Vote for me you and your pa, and I will not say there is not a dirty dog law. Vote for me and when the election is over ' I will promise you that I will stay sober. I WATCH US GROW. Conden :cd ((JDUKNIONKK'K SALE Report to (he Banking Commission Of Rockcastle i'ircuit Court. Joliu H. Hibben Dry Goods Co. HOPE '. W ELL t Contents 15luid TlrachOM TUTrs. W Stokes, of Mt. Ver uou, spent Saturday aid PE OPLES j m ANK ' STATE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION AS OF APRIL 10, 1917. ASSETS LOANS BANKING HOUSE, Etc., OTHER REAL ESTATE, DUE FROM BANKS CASH ON HAND, g h m $ 95.365.34 6.750.00 9 438.42 31,134.94 m ,332.59 $137,571.29 112 025.75 INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, LIABILITIES i CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS FUND, UNDIVIDED PROFITS, i 8 j j U G. Baker, Pres W. J. Sparks, Vice-Pre- OFFICERS s- 20,000.00 H 4,000.00 1,545.54 137,571.29 $ i F. L. Thompsont Jr. , Cashier Floyd E. Miller, Ass't Cashier M DIRECTORS: Judge L.W.Bethurum, S.D.Lewis, John C. Griffin, U. G, Baker, and W. J. Sparks HftK$23HH Jona.liau Speak.-- anil Jack No. ton: thence with original line of aid Norton formerly Coopvr) n :7 e 13 chains to H (ain black oak nowmark-- j edold corner, a hickory not iound: thence n ;io'-- v2ti'. Hiaiu to a white oak. Ouifiual corner, thence no.J eo ch.iinstoa maple. ech and dogwood pointers, old call, maple not found: thence s.'W til) c.iains to a white oak, old corner uofjwuoil and beech pointers, on s w side of said branch. leuroeJ to Norton: tb nee sbT e. c totaling Mine's branch, i4 4 10 rhaina to a yoaag lea iag MiCA oak, now markeil old corner wnite oak now d n, Corner to said Norton: thence s 37 '2 e eraeaing a dfMn at 4 chains, in all il chains to a ouii spotted o k anl young hickory stump, old corner near and north el a coal hank, corner t Norton: thene a2f ei chains to a dovbie cheannt oak at the point of a eiiff, ordinal corner, now corner to Norton: thence e chains to a hickory and dead dogwood, original corner, on thh east side of and near a iirain on a branch, two chaenuts, and maple pointers: thence s87 chains to a black oak and dog I'll wood and white oak, original corner; thence utiC e7j chains to 1 gum tree and white oak slump, old corner, a white oak and poplar now marked: thence n34 el2 chains to a Make near and be- I i!-- Plaintiff Sunday vith trieads and tela tives at tliis phice. -- Rev James n Commissioner's. Sale Defendant Barnes was the gue;t of hi son, Franklin Allison, and Alfred Barnes, Thursday night. T R. Hodman, Traa&enta Mrs Charles Carmical of this Bankruptcy of the estate of place, spent Thursd iy with Mrs A, H. Hamlin, Plaintiff J B. C minins. at Mt Vernon. vs. others Defendants Born. June 6th, 10 the wif of Franklin Allison: By virtue of a judgment and order of Pt-a boy Mrs Tur I'uniniir.s. Circuii, Court, sale of th..- - Ro kiM-tlt: ier Sow er of this place, spent if ndervd nt llie April Term. I9i7, there days with her Father, of, in the above cause, I shall proceed never to offer for sale at the conn lioase door Will am Konner, at Bongo, last in Mt Vernon, Ky to tin- higheat and week kev ariuical tiled his , best bidder, ai public audit n. on regular nt at Hawk June 2). 1917, being re alarCuan-t- Creek. haturtisji and Sund iy Court day for said eouuty, butaNsea Bllg no .ike and e iidren the hours of 9 o'clock a. in and 3 Mrs iti Mrs o'clock p, m upon a credit of six spent Sat day irght months, the following described prop-efty- . Harrison finnan Mr and '! is Willie Bull. e. sjiit S.Uird v undivided interest in a The an.i SunHus with 'hi form r'a par tr c of land located in Rockcastle - Mr and Mrs liciah e ents ua the atatera of lount) 10 thRiver, Baffalo and tagle creek, Sovder - H rn, Ion-oi- l wilt' of ioh;i V Kiiby, utwriw anu ooun.icd and described is follow Heijiimiiijf at a poplar ami hick-orWe iic having seine pound hey tt a branch and aorthwM from very pr et y waiht-at last nai Itiver, ihu beginning comer of tli Campbell ptHeut, or corner :o the farmers ire i;. king ndvanlage , -- OASTORiA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ,- I 11 te ; i r..iHnl.-,- 1 PER CENT. AVeelablcrVcparationfor.s sim.latin5ithcFoodbyRc$uU tinthcStoroachs ana ' Alw .tys - . JTf ft t TT t'T iflt'r i Bears the Moa-day- 'pp-iti'i- y Thereby ftonioUuUon neither Oriam.MorphuTen Mineral. Not ahcotic Pumpkin Signature of -- Js 11 v, 1 . v nfcj if IT to-wi- t: St one-tift- h Jhxhtlir Sain iVv In UoG , 1 , hovk-castl- 2SS!L Sm her KnJr.-irrrr- n CtcnfiJSf'!' fiiror : . y K helpful Remedy for ,.o ' ar.a revt.i- -! of It. : rpsultitttt5C5fran,,irancy facsimile Signature 0I lOSSOFbtEEP For Over TSiirtv Years 4 j I 4 U 0 l2i).")-iO- U dog-woo- d CHOI.KKA MORBUS. This is a very poiafaJ rfejejtei McCnvTArnCoMPfons (lis- se In almo t ever) NEWjSSf iieigliiiorliood oiu one has dit-from it lietuie medicine could lie obtain d 01 a physician UMim ed. The right way is to have h ExaU Copy el "V apir. bottle of hamborlain's Colic and Diarrhoae Remedy in the lioue o as to be prep wed for it Mrs Charles ttnvQnTt, Hunnttitou s Ind., writes: "'uiing the siim- - tra-- of tlie Cunpliell land, s21 0 chain ton white ak stums at tin mei of l'Jll two of my chidrenj owir edtfi of tht road: tht'iicr-s3- t were taken sit-with oholera 'e'"' c,,ai":' tj a stakt- - in the road, sit 10M 13 to a corner in me midmorbus. I us d Chamberlain's dle f thechains corner to same: tbenco r .,d. Cetic and Diarrhoea Remedy avinif the rofuls71 12 w passing a while chains to ak at SB links, in all I it gave them immediate relief." a Mgat tree on eat bank of creek, cur -d UflO tmc v. :lntau: OtPNT, t', pD S r. t 3-- 1 hick. r ao.l ntllei 78-10- 2 two 2 d .mi; ;i a-it- i V 84-1- Then Wanted: -- To contract, job of the creek with said Cupps s28 e4 the corner logging aij at 3 miles west of chains to a stake insugarcreek, beech la tree, and anie. Huzel Patch no Rock astle river. maple a sycamore, c 'leavim.' the creek pointers: thel 4-- ner to sams and -- : thence down o at States Ml ftss EH WaBW7W& feet in the tract Tnis is good lnjing and is an opportune y for the rgbt man to niake some money. Ap!y to R. L. Payne, Livingston Kv, Rep .Valley Creek Lumber Co will be about one million n82 e3I 4 chains to a white oak on a low iMiint. old corner, the IML now 2 3-- gone, w22 United I .....j. .. mn VSfV? '- - "K - nfelJjBiSSSR?ianrrJltMiiy .tfcJPaHr;':lnWPiC:rB6BBt3IP- S- - 7?C 'hSn 2'fj& ntf 199 S Tl ! lie oin 0 Perfect Service wB - Ti Look at it remem- ' ber it for wherever 1 gurawoiii you see it displayed by a tire dealer you will know that there you can obtain tire service, that merely selling you a tire is not the end, tire service which will give you fell one hundred and one courtesies, little and big, which will keep down your tire costs. A, Dealers displaying this sign are the best dealers; they carry a complete line of United States Tires, the 'Nobbv the 'Chain', the 'Royal Cord', the 4Usco the 'Plain', a tire for every need of price and use. tatt?-- vn have supreme tire service. Deal with these Sales and Service Depots depend on their judgment and you will Unitd States Tirs Arc Good Tires Tire for Every Need of Pjrice and Use 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Royal Cord' 'Usco' 'Plain' A United States TVUES and TIRE ACCESSORIES Have ng Worth avd Wear that Make All the United States Tires Supreme Boone: thene hi.-a popla. original n52-w2.'i chains to a chestconii-rnut sprout going from the roots to the old corner near the top of a ridge, young and black oak and hickory now marked as pointers, old call being a triple chestnut near the top of a ridge: then with Boone Nil; w22i chains to a poplar stump and chestnut oak pointers, original corner, but the two hickories down: thence n22'2 ell chains to a fallen white oak on a point, another white oak now a pointer: thence 87i e7 chains to a leech on the west side of and near Rockcastle River, a corner to said Boone on the Nathan McCluie tract; thence up said river along the west bank of same, nl4 w26,' chains to a stake near the river between an old marked beech and one now marked, a short distance below the mouth of beagle Creek, corner of Fredrick's heirs, old call is to Jacob Bussey tract: thence leaving the river and with Fredrick's wl3 chains to a stake in a heirs n63 drain, two beeches, large white oak and two hickories marked as pointers, olu call being an ah and black walnut in a elO chains small hollow: thence 2 to a white oak on a hillside, markeil onh on uppdr siiie, old call l.eing a Spanish w following an old oak: thence s83 marked line 14i-- chains to a stake near a deep drain, olil call a small black oak, 4 w22 6 10 chains 1101 found: thence s7S to a hickory, old, marked and said to be the Fredricks corner: thence n46 wio chains to a buckeye in the north edge of a branch, Fredrick's corner; W20 chains to a stake, thence N 42 beech, wateroakand dogwood pointers: old corners not found, hickory on hillch ins ta a w23 side: thence s54 chestnut, black oak, small dogwood and two sourwoods on the last side of and near a deep drain, old call a maple and w20 chains to a white oak: thence s7 large chestnut and small water oak on the east side of and near a drain, chestnut, white oak and dogwood pointers the original corner, thence chains to a black oak and wl8 n72 snag, almost gone, buto!d mark plainly to be seen, no dogwood to be found, said snag is 80 links south of a large chestnut now marked as line: thence chains to a poglar and n2 el8 chestnut, with young black oak and dogr wood pointers, a corner to Ingram and in line of said Fredrick's heirs; w9 'hence with said Kenner s52 chains to a point in a road 24 ft on a course nl3 4 w from a chestnut oak pointer thence along said road south chains to a large chestw5 67 nut, corner to same on south side of rood, gum pointer; thence n54 chains to a poplar and white oak on south side of and near said road, old Alfred Weaver corner, now a corner 10 said Renner and James Norton; thence chains to wUh said Norton si 12 el9 two chestnut oaks, original corner: chains to a black w25 thence aM oak on a hillside, now corner to eaid ecrossing a drain Norton; thence s37 drain at 4 3 4 chains, in all 33 chains, to a stake in and young pine ou a river on south side of and near a path, a down black oaK, double chestnut and s54 chestnut oaK pointers; then-; 9 low a small cliff, old corner a lynu now Koiic: thence nH7 w20 65.100 chains to a stake, buckeye and iron we ed as pointers, in a line of Nathan Met 'lure trect, now owned by W 11 lloonr; thence with line of same sl2 4 chains to a p..plar on a steep hill-f- i le. p iplar ami sigar tree pointers, now-marke- origina line 118O curn.-- r to said w i."i chains to 0 2 -2 2 1 old stump, origin! call adogvvood: chaser must execute bond, with w still with the l'ing line; thence s2 passing a etal laiiK at lb cnain- - ami approved surety, bearing chains to crossing a branch, in all 17 from dav of ale until paid a stave in said line, two dogwoods. Mini having the lanflf and etfect of hicKory, maple and chestnut pointeis on west side of and near said branch to a judgment. Bidders will be Jonathan Speaks: thence with his line prepared to comply promptly with e24 s6 chains to the beginning, these terms. and containg 1759 acres, more or less, or fufficient thereof to produce the sums G. S. Griffin, of $1,466-81- , with legal interest from Master Commissioner, May 2, 1917, until paid due The .ariK Rockrastle Circuit Court. of Mt Vernon and Nine Thousand Dollars, with legal interest from April 9, s 1912, until paid due the Johr. H DeDry Goods Co. and the cost of this action. The debt of the Hank of Mt. Vernon to be paid in full, its lien being superior to the lien of the p'aintiff John II Hibben Dry Goods Co. For the purchase price the purchaser bond, with approved must execute surety, bearing legal interest from dav Atlanta, Ga Says that recent of sale until paid and having the force tests have proven iwithout doubt BidiK rs will that swarthy or sallow complexand effect of a judgment. be prepared to "comply promptly wi'h ions can be made light by a new these terms. treatment recently discovered by 2 f , s. La WlVnce S line Sf)7 Eo3 c IO corner, a white oak anil hicnorv now . 1, . corner' to Mrs. Hes ' marked a corner to Cupp: thence s52 chains tea stake and pointers as Law.ence and T. C Marler. no V e7 v24 ft to a marked white vV M Albright; thence with the follows, sl6 oak and n78 wl2 ft to a young ch.st- - Albright line S8U K170 poles to a nut, the old line continued 3 1 lOch. tins of ,.l e on t'1H "T more wou"d make old black corner. original call, two blacks, onenow.tand- - county road to Brodhead, a corner ing and one cut down: said stake and also to lames Rotierts; thence his l'ing 00 acre line Nl'71- - F at 7 poles With the pointers are in line of survey, now owned by John A Kogcs: (.t.uU,r pf hf county road in all . . e6 ;Vl00 chains thence with same n2 gmnsng, lhe P"U'S to a black oak near the top of a high old Ping corner, two black (aks I .minir (two tracts in one) ninety-callefor, but only one standiinr. piiriy ei;ht iicres. . e26 ehains marked very old: then S87 Fo1 ' he purchase price the pur-agrowing from a bunch of 85-10- 0 corner to Cupp: thence s chains to a white oak, old 1 4'2 ole to thenee N5S with a hicuory ;nd other pointers on a nlwjp hillside, a corner also to .John Kos, deed in Mr.-- . Levis' line; thence Ross's line :! wJT' j.oles to a stake ami stone pile where the black eainner li two of Howard's tracts stood; thence a wish he second tract Siy I 13 pole- tea stake in a fence-- row where a sfone is called for. hut ine; thence with eiit;nut ok punters now Diem, iff t;.e - W'-'A'- - ... l. 4 2 sk et jf 1 1 "! . con-ridg- e, d ('-,- 2 n do?woHls h'al st 1- -2 2 Hib-ben- Colored People lighted With New Discovery to Bleach the Skin G. S. Griffin, 55-10- 0 Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Cour: a man in Atlanta. Just ask your druggist for Cocotone Skin COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Charles Howard, ) . . 4c, c 1 vs. Commissioner's Sale. E. sour-woo- 4 3-- 4 2 2 Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term, 117. thereof, in the - Mary Howard, . Ren-ne- 2 3-- 2 74-10- 0 w23-10- 0 1- 3-- 4 1-- 2 cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale it the court hoae door in Mt Vern m, Cy , to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, June 25th, 1917, being regular County Court day for said c unty, between the hours of 9 o'clock am. and 3 o'clock p.m., upon a credit of six months, the following described property, towit: Cne tract of land located in the County of Rockcastle. State of Kentucky, near Brodhead, and bounded and described as above Beginning at a gum in a fence row southeastwardly from H. G pearance in a few minutes. It costs so little that you can't afford to be without it. Just think how much prettier you would look with that old dark skin gone and new soft, hght skin in its place. Men and women today must take for their complexioo to enter society It yoor druggist will not supply you with Cocotone Skin Whitener, send 25c ter a large package to Cocotone Co., Atlanta, Ga Whitener. People who have used it are amazed at its wonderful effect. Rid your face of that awful dark color or greasy ap- ROUND TRIP Louisville 4.25 JUNE L. & J9-20-- 'I 2J flv United Slates Tires are carried by the f olio wino Sales and Servcie Depot types of Unite 1 i.tiij Tires exaoliy suits your needs, BRYANT m Amiiiifili &2tl ill Ii InHfWH miiurMi iiP! 1 H I ' Hill I few ; It L yy; who can tell you which of th BROS. hooSO, it bemg .corner crs, corner to Norton; thence s50 w7 and on the southwest banK to both tracts et Howard, chains to a beech of Buffalo CreeK, corner to Norton:thence also a comer to James H. Albright; chains tea white oaK stump thence by a copy of the bond from s32 e6 and ante ft nriginnj ontnar Mack Hutchingsto Howard N 49 W . 103 efl oak pointers; thence s2 chains to a white oak in theeaat side of poles to a stake with blazed point-th- e creek, and corner to James Norton ers, the old comer gone; then S 76 and in line of J A Smith; thence with W 6l poles to a stake with point-Smitn72 1 2 el 1 chains to a poplar er9 la w. M Lewis' Hne; thence . on the west side of and near the county Hn fc t f hig s37i w same; thence with said road corner to poles to a Stake With a road and with Smiths line with small 35 10 0 55-10- ".."Anin.: 0 1-- 2 LIMITED TO JUNE 30 th IV. R.R. 4 45-1- ACCOUNT h, -- American Library June 15 Association