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VERNON, vQ&MMaaJ Sipil 1 ESTABLISHED 1887 VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, JUNE 22. 1917 NUMBER 39 AA Cra yd ifi , " .:x i ; I? from this home that his little daughter was sick and he left on Thursday's train for his home. This is his first visit for three years. The Christian Ladies I hereby announce myself as a candictte for Aid met with Mrs. J. R. Cas- , Gravely this week. -- Dr. W i the office of County Attorney of this unty , and Dr. W. V. Carter removed tumor from over the left eve of subject to the action of the Republican primary Mrs. Loucinda Burton last week, he operation being very successful. The tumor was alxmt the election to be held on 4, 1 9 1 7. iy.e cf au egir. Mrs. Burton is Frank getting alonir nicely. I am qualified to perIn so doing I feel Lv, renee brought Dr. D. B. form the duties of the office from my past expe thard here Wednesday from Stanford to see his father J. T. rience as an official and as a practitioner of the Lawicace, in cousultation with Dr. W.F. Cart. r. Mr. Lawrence law. while able to attend to his usual duties ?n poor health. Mrs. A TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCK7 CASTLE COUNTY: I August that i- -. If nominated and elected I shall strive to the I I'otort" returiK-- Thursday L. &JJScSIs3jjL fc. y P M " " .."' ! Economy for Neatness Nowadays the price of clothes isn't so important as care in buying them. E. B. THOMPSON. TO THE RPPUBLICAN VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: Don't Sacrifice H If There are lot of men who make a better showing their money "goes farther". be-cau- se end that every penal law that is written on our Statute books is vigorously enforced especially the gambling and liquor laws. I believe in strict economy in the handling of public moneys, in a speedy liquidation of tin County 's indebtedness, and in the maintenance, improvement and betterment of our public highways in a businesslike man ler, especially our dirt roads. Your support will be appreciated. Very sinerely, S. D. LEWIS. For example, the man who wears Clothcraf t Clothes. He pays from $ I 0 to $25 f cr a suit that gives him everything to be desired in looks and service If you want quality as well as moderate prices, look over our stock of men's furnishings and go home with a new idea of how to dress. SUTTON & McBEE The Cloth craft Store Keels in All Sizes for Young Feet fully comfortable. Keds are wonderful, new, canvas rubber-sole- d shoes designed for children's comfort to give their growing feet correct lines and proper support and to keep them delightThe tops of Keds are of a specially woven-fingrade of canvas. e Cute little pumps for girls and sturdy Oxfords and Bals for boys. There are styles for all members of the family grown-up-s and children. Ked2 fSjJEADiHOC yltTWg& 70c Arriving TO CRAB SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd 9:50 p.m. mmssL Masonic Celebration. Big Barbecue & Picnic 9:16 SPECIAL Train leaves Mt. Vernon Orchard 6am. a.m. Retiming train leaves Crab Crib Orchard Foi further information apply to nearest L. de N. Ticket Agent. L&N L&N I In the last issue of the Signal 1 noticed another pretty picd and ture el My Opponent and almost a page of explanation. I have movement. He was with us sev- little town of Brodhe-- came upon a eral hours and we enjoyed his our return home we read the article several times trying to ascertain which he intended presence very much and we talk- small creek, and following this to it for, an amended petition or the second chapter of a continued ed over all the east duels that we its source, we passed through story, but I must confess that I hav.e been unable to properly had fought with the pea and we some beautiful and some rough classify it. Even now it dawns upon me that it may be a highly would not be surprised at any time country, and since we hae learnfor him to bring up hostilities ed that this creek is known as Ne" classic form of "Blank verse". again. But if he will let us alone gro creek, and upon its beatiful He says that I did not answer the questions alked in his first we will be quiet, but if he starts banks our friend, Johnaihan, first letter. Solomon, the wise man, said, "Answer a fool accord- something then look out some- saw the light Oh, what a great thing is memory! So our friend ing to his own folly, lest thou also be like unto him.' thing is going to drop. can remember hearing the wind He seems to desire to make this a "Wet and dry" fight. Ed William Brady was in Living- playing lovelv tunes in the tops of do you know there is a law against the sale of whiskey in this ston Tuesday. W. A. Warren, the pines and hearing loud and county. Do you know that there is a law against having liquor who has been concreting the Dud- shrill voices of thj; wild cats in one's possession for the purpose of sale? Do you know that ley tunnel, has completed the job from one mountain to anand moved his cars on & there is a law providing that Rail Road and express books shall be E. division of the L. & N. the L other. So our friend must have Hobert prime facia evidence against one so charged? You said that the Griffin, who has been in Coving- the MTVI to have stood all of this There is a series cf meetings "Boot Leggers' are fighting you. Evidently you know who they ton for the past week, has return- But since he Ins taken up his being conducted at Friendship good little town of are. You also say that they have ordered Six thousand gallons, ed home. S. C Franklin, L- & abode in the Brodhead, and trying to cross b two ladies, "Miss Lizzie Mcright under your nose, during the last year of your "Strict but N. watch inspector was here Mon- swords with the writer, we will Gregor, of Scotland ,aud Miss fair and impartial enforcement of the law". My God! What an ad- day between trains enroute home say, nerve M a great thing. Vernon, Near the Masonic brick stands a Sadie Ward of Madison County. to mission from one who is supposed to represent the law and is cloth- from Lexingtou been Mt. Their sermons are interesting. where he had to visit his ed with its power and .sanctity. You should be ashamed to tell it. mother who has been quite sick. pole near 70 feet high, and from R. L. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Much less post it in public places. If your statements and figures He reports her much improved. the top of this pole 8 hangs the Brown, and son, of Somerset, by 16 feet stars and stripes are true, you stand convicted before God and man for your inabili- Mrs. I. A. Mann, of Maysville bas proudly floating in the breeze, came up Sunday and Jspent the ty or insincerity. When you took the oath of office, you raised been with her parents, Mr. and and when we look upon this em day with their mother, Mrs. J. H. for a your hand to God and affirmed to him before men that you would Mrs. J. and Walton Edgarfew days. blem of our country we think of N. Brown who is very sick at her Mr. S. Mrs. do your utmost to protect this county against this Monster Dragon, of Mt. Vernon, Editor what it cost our Cora fathers to home .here. Miss Bess DeBord this but your figures show and the people know that from the very dav Signal, stopped here on his way establish and to handns. beauti- is at home for the summer. She But to ful emblem down to your term of office began, that he has beeu scott free, and every from London to Mt. Vernon. day not only does this flag float will return to Berea in sept to day you see men under his magic spell, stumbling on every road and They came by way of Parkers to the breeze in our own dear resume her work there. Rev. J. and then over Gauley. If country but it has crossed the street, while the whole County writhes in his clutch, and his hard creek you want to gee a fight on your waters and can be seen on the G. So ward, of Maretburg.preach-etail Hails poor bewildered, mangled, mouthing children, while death hands ask the Editor how he an interesting sermon at the May God of and his carion horde feeds fat on your three and one half years of likes to motor over the Gauley battlefield flag France. school house last Sunday. where ever it may bless this route. Mrs. Ed Quinn, of Paris, float, for we know it means free Brinkley Lathi in bas returned "Strict but fair impartial enforcement of the law". Every drop of that six thousand gallons sold is an indictment against your is visiting her parents Mr. and dem, liberty and protection!. Miss Anna home from III. Miss Bulah Mrs. J B. Hayse feebleness or laziness. Brown has returned home from Quinn, of Paris, is visiting Miss You made the inference that I am responsible for the law al- Jalette Griffin. J. N. frrifbn can B Langdon Dormitory to spend lowing liquor to be shipped into this county. 1 will answer that didate for Judge, was here SaturMrs. O. J- Multhe summer. not one word of it is true and you know it; and you made day and informed us that the out of Mr and Mrs. Benjamine Pike, lins, and little daughter, Jessie, by saying Frederick, Oklahoma, are look for his nomination was promit with a full knowledge of its falsity. spending several weeks with his have returned from a two weeks ising and he seemed well pleased brother, the Rev. A. J. Pike, visit with her parents at Ocala. You seem to be very much concerned about me bein- eligi with the out look. here. Mr. and Mrs. pike made Mrs. R. II. Testerman who Is ble (No one else seems to mention it.) According to your figures, Mrs. J. W. Higgins visited re' the trip from their home to you say I am short one day. Granting all that to be true, (which it atives near Mt. Vernon Monday. Louisville in an automobile with with her daughter, Mrs. Burton, Miss Risse Oliver, of Winches- a party of friends, aud had 9pent Sunday at her home at is not), I ask you, are you coward, bas3 enough to take advanter, visited Miss Mariah Rambo tage of it? Would you have the gall to try to force your self upon experiences on account of Elrod. D. R. Gentry was down Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. raiu and mud roads, was on the from Quail Sunday and spent the the voters in such a weak and cowardly manner ? Are you afraid D. B. Rambo and children were road about ten days. Mr. Pike day. Mrs Ruth Brown has reto stand on your record of ''Strict but fair and impartial enforce- in Louisville Wednesday and is said to be quite wealthy and ment of the law"? Are you afraid to fight? Are you devoid of Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Browning like the other boys is a flue turned from a weeks visit with manhojd ? If you are, and if 1 were in your place, I would take has returned from Wildie where looking man. Mrs. H.E.Christie her daughter, Mrs. Hugh McBee. W. P. Burnitt. of Somerset, down that big flag on My front rch, which represents patriot she has been visiting relatives. and little daughter. Annie Elizaism and manhood and swear that I was a sneaking coward and that Mrs. O. W. Turpin, of Brodbead beth, and Miss Pearl Hicks were was thru here this week callmanhood had never found a lodging place in my little simple came down from Richmond visiting in Louisville and L.eba- - ing on the merchant. Consid Thursday and stopped off with non. June '.ion last week. I i;tle ering the extreme late spring minded gizzard. Mrs. W. M. Owens ter a few days Miss Eliza Chasteen, of the Hiatt very good you say uiai i am not attack your personal nor official re Misses Ida, Bessie and Myrtle section, spent last week with Mr. crops are looking cord. 1 am not going to attack your persoual record. So far as I Hamlin, of Mt. Vernon, have been and Mrs. A. M Hiatt. Chief of and the farmers are very well know you are a good little boy. In fact, so good, you are good visiting relatives here for the past Police Ben Riddle showed that he up with their work The wheat for nothing. All you lack is being a typical "Mamma's little boy" few day. -- Miss Dora Muliins, of was full master of the situation crop is very light thru here. land- Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bailey, is a few bewitching little curls around your dainty little ears and Mullins, visited relatives here Saturday afternoon, when he Capps in of Elgin, spent Sunday with Mr. Tuesday that our ed Dud Adams and some Irutfles on your shirt. As for your official record; I have friend, the It seems correspond- jail on a charge of Joe drunkenness, Brodhead been telling the voters that you have none. But maybe, ent, is between the deep blue sea it is said that Adams attempted and Mrs. Gofer Lawrence. 1 am wrong, ior surely, as rich as yon are in meutal endow- and the middle of a bad fix and is to cut Riddle with a knife when Edd Jones is at home from 4the ments and as prodigal as J your labors have been, you may have trying ha id to get himself togeth- the marshall struck him over West. Prof. John Scott, of made lavish contributions to the- - official welfare of the County. er and make a superhuman effort the head with his revolver, knock Bromo, will teach the school here But you know that most of we people of the County have some to deliver a broad side shot at us ing him to the ground. After this fall. Mr. fohn Me.VIullins boys sobered pp they were continues very sick and his rewill not and what modest intellectual attainments and are not highly specialized but his thoughts now. pen friend, the My work in unison taken before Judge Haggard, covery is doubtful. perhaps, in your exalted and mysterious method of state craft. So we always sympathize with a man paid the price of about $'25 00 and for our special benefit 1 ask you to throw an illuminating flare upon that wishes to do and cant. But it is hoped will not atttmp to re CHOLERA MORBUS. the actual situation. And to that end, I challenge you to name the you have read in the "good book" peat the dose again. Mr. and This is a very painful dangera man was chosen to preach Mrs. Harry Chasteen, of Hiatt, times and places in the County where you will go on the stump and where In almost every man as his were guests of Mr and Mrs. A.M. ous disease. and had a tell us all what your record is, then if it is not "Puncture proof" I spokesman. certain Perhaps you could Hiatt iSundav -- Mrs Elizabeth neighborhood someone has died will taue a malicious delight in murdering it. I believe the people preyail on some one in Brodhead Carter Taylor, of Sheloyville, is from it before medicine could be . Mt ami Mrs obtained or a physician summonwould enjoy that better than this newspaper stuff. wmm to rome to your rescue but l:.K uei vnnD , oromer, ur. w. r. ed. The right way is to have a we willl give you a little advice Carter, ana Yours heartily, in the out set you know the bible Carter and tamny nere tnis weeK. bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and E. B. Thompson. warns us all of how we entertain - Services were held at the Bap- Diarrhoae Remedy in the house strangers. Some, by so doing, tist church Saturday eveniog and so as to be prepared for it. Mrs. have made the mistake of their Sunday morning and evening, but Charles Enyeart, Hunnington, be put in first class condition for lives. Did this ever occur to you, we tailed to get the uame cf the Ind., writes: "During the sumrenting. Mr. James Maret of my friend? He claims that some minister. John G. Riddle, of mer of 1911 two of my children Dr. R. G Webb has purchased Boone-Wafame, was here last med have a good memory mixed Indianapolis, Ind., was with his were taken sick with oholera lots on the Livingiton heights Tuesday on his way from Mt with a heap of self possesed nerve parents, Mr. and Mrs. John morbus. I usid Chamberlain's 40 and 2 dwellings from J W. Sams Vernon to Winchester where he We believe he is right, for sever Riddle and fother relativer here Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and. of Louisville. The dwellings will has a position in the good roads years ago we visited the beatil ul Una wee, ue received a letter it gave them immediate reiiel.'1 nt lioin a weeks visit in Winchester. Dr. had Mrs. M. K. Penninge Dr. ton are here this week. is looking after the welfare of the peoples teeth, and Vrs. the week is with him. Mrs. Etta Woford to her Inane in Louisville, after spending several wteks here witli her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Potorf returned to their Joe Ruldle home in Detroit Saturday after spending several days with relatives here. Mrs. Frank Catron a id Mrs. Chas. T Riddle, of this p!ace, are visiting Mr--- . Henry Heaty at Science Hill this week. Rev. Potorf closed a very successful revival at Pittsburg Saturday. Eld. and Mrs. L. N. fowling will entertain the members of the Christian church and Bible sehool at their residence this evening from 7:30 until lo The Rockcastle Bible School sociation will meet at the Cti ian Church Sunday afternoon at 2:3o p m Rev. Portorf will preach at Gum Sulphur second Sunday afternoon in July at 3:3o p. m. Regular services at the Christian church Saturday evening. Sunday morning and evening bv the pastor. Everybody is cordially invited, to attend these services. Pen-titngton r sp.-ndini- ech-oein- LEVELGREEN - d - R OD H EAD - - many-tryin- g v.,-.- ci LIVINGSTON . , y Ml .ERINON SIGNAL Friday, Juno 22, 1917 Ptiblishc d every Ft iday VEAR by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, UBCRlPriOV ONK $I.O Advertising rates maue kneun on application MEMBER OF KMNTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION K ANXOl OKNT. Ye An' Authorized to Announce W. R. KRUKCKk A a c:iinl jt'.ati- - for the nuniiii.it i.m foi County Mtorney of EtodccWtJe, r to 'he action of the Democratic party a' August Primar; , 1SI17. Wm follow - KMKNTS. snl'j.'1't loilu U.pulil 7: tion in August. 1M 1 We :ir.' Mlllliori.'.l ; HMMtMC th i son- as candidates for tli. in;.' oltii- - in Rockcastle tapped mnly. u ...1 jiiiiiiai ele FOR JUDGC, Cam Mullins. of Mt.Ycinon. Ky G. M. Hal lard, of Ml. Vernon, Ky. J. X. Griffin, of Siire, Ky. KMt CUINI'V ATTORN' KY. KR. Gentry, of ML. Vernon, Ky. E. B. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. S. 1). Lewis, of Ml Yerniiii. K.. KMt SHKKIFT. Tij) bMagford, of Ml. Vernon. Ky. G. Clark. of Orlando. Ky. - t. FOIt COUNTY COURT CLERK. J, K. Cummin, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. .lame:- Proctor, of Orlando, Ky. - FOR JAII.F.R. "Little" Tom Taylor, of Mt Verm n.Ky. Loguc Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. ',. V. Decker, of Ky. .1. b. Southards, of Fine Hill. Ky. Frank Mullins of Ml. Vernon. Ky. R B. Shephard, of Orlando. Ky. .) Y. Chasteen. of Johnetla, Ky. .1. L. Arnold, of Livingston, Ky. Jas. Wintead. (f Mt. Vernon, Ky. S. A. Drew, of liurr. Ky. Harry Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. . SFPT. OF SCHOOLS. Mrs. Alice Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. V. R. Dickerson, of Livingston, Ky . FOR FOR ASSESSOR. C. T. Sigmon. of Wildie. Ky. V. H. Carmical, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. Rev. Win. M. Durham, .lohnetta, Ky. for magistratk, W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. First District, Fourth District. G. V. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. FOR CONSTABLE, KoOKiAsTi.e cikcUit Corner. Rockcastle Circuit Coukt. Fariers are verv badiv rushed C1IAULKS HOWARD, ) PlaintiffJohn H. Hlbbea Dry with veir work on nccouut of Plaintiff Goods Co. vs Commissioner's Sale. W mui vet weather. Crops Commissioner's Sale vs. are locing well. Mesi every viMvY K Howard, r Defendant Defendants Franklin Allison, ) ax , body i doing all they ran. and By virtue of a judgment and There ere several candidates Truteo in order of sale of the Rockcastle T. L Hodman,the eitate of our lidst last week shaking Circuit Court, rendered at the Bankruptcy of in Plaintiff A, II. Ilamliu, hands nd giving away their April Term, iy 17. thereof, in the vs. cards. V. S. Payne was called .above, cause, I snail proceed to Franklin Allison and others Defendants back to wrk on rail road he is on?r iorsue 11 1 lie court noue of a judgment and order of an operator but has been off lour in Mt Vernon, Cy , to the' By virtue highest ana best bidder, at public sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, for sometime. There is an oil auction, on Monday, June 2.sth, r. ndered a the April Term, J9i7, theredrill in oir neighborhood. The 1917, being regular County Court of, in the above cause, I shall proceed first hole "ill be put down on day for said c unty, between the to offer for sale at the court house door R. J. Abmy's land. Of coarat hours of 9 o'clock a m. and 3 in Mt Vernon, Ky. to the highest and public auction, on Monevery bodv s (hoping that the o'clock p.m., upon n ciedit of best bidder,25,at1917, being regular Counsix mouths, the following de day, June will strike el. Robert Shearei ty Court day for said county, between scriled property, towit: :ind family visited Sherman 1 tract of land loc On ed in the the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 3 Rev. !ouiuy of Rockcastle. State of o'clock p, rn. upon a credit of six Ismily Sunday Chasteen 's eutuck, near Brodhead, and months, the- following described prop-efty- , li&X Childress has bought OWali undrd and described as lol Crotichers Efcm Consideratioi undivided interest in a The lows: 9i5 00 We are glad to hav beginning at a ium in a fence trac. of land iocated in Rockcastle Hro Childress in our Midst -- row southeastwardly from H. G. county, Ky , on the waters of c A Cojie, River, Iiult'alo and Fagle creek, age 74 Uncle Orville loward's house, it being a corner passed away Juue 12th. He '.vai o bith tracts et Howard, and and bounded and described as follows: popiar and hicka confederate soldier in Civi ilso a corner to JamesH Albright; orv beginning at aand northwest from at a branch hence by a copy of the bond from War. He haves a wife and sev Hatching to Rockcastle River, Howard N 49 W 103 of the Campbell the Defining corner or wal children and grand child- poles to a stake with blazed point Jonathan Speakspatent, Jack corner to and Norton: The in ers, tne old corner gone; then b o thence with original lines el saul Norren to mourn his loss 157 e 13 fa nt child of Ni"k Chasteen died V 61 p.des to a stake with point ton (formerly Cooper) n nowmark-eiljolv. in W. M Lewi' line; thence chains to young blank oak not found: Vondav oven ers corner, a hickory June 14II1 On with two lines of his s37i W41 thence n 3o2 w2ti''2 chains to a while nig June ith, our large church 35 101 p lts to a stake wiih a oak. oiiinal corner, thence n63 efi and dogwood house was packed almost to the hickory and other pointers, her chains to a maple, pointers, old call, maple not found: limit with progressive, patriotic two chestnut oak jwinters now thence s3s -1 ed) c.iains to a white men, women, boys and girls to down; thence Nj'2i W42.V poles to oak, old corner uogwood and beech hear Mr. Collins, Superintend a stake with a hickory and other pointers, on s w side of said branch, on a steep hillide, a earned to Norton: thence s67i e, cross"in of County Agents discuss or ne r also to John lioss, deed in ing Mi.e's branch, 14 chains to a the farm problems which arc Mrs Lewis' line; thence Ross's young leaning black oak, now inark.'il corner wnite oak now down, corner confronting the farmers, especial line s3(i a27 poles to a stake and oldsaid Norton: thence s 37'. e crossing to chains, in all il y the ratal people. The Clear stone pile where the black oaU a draun at 4 potted oik and to a corner to two of Howard's tracts chains hickoryyoung old corner near Jretk Singing Class composed el stump, young some twenty-fivvoices sang sev- stood; thence on with he second nttd north of a coal bank, corner to tract Siy.V W'36 poles tea stake to a thencv s'2'3 eral well selected songs after in a fencj row where a sfone is Norton:chesnut oak ai the chains of a point dovble at ibiCB Mr. Collins was introduced called for, bui gone; thence with cliff, orginal corner, now corner to Nor ton: tnence e 12 chains to a by our hustling Robert F Vis. Lawrence's line S67IE35t-1hickory and dead dogwood, original pc les to a stake, a corner to M rs Spenct, who always has some corner, on thh east side of and near a branch, two chesnuts, th ng new and worth while to Law.ence and T C. Marler, now drain on amaple pointers: thence dogs87 vV M Albright; thence with the wood and talk about. Mr Collins discuss Albright line chains to a black oak and dog E170 poles tea eli S83i ed the war situation in general stake on the east side of the wood and white oak, original corner; a gum and nt6 and what it means to the rural county road to Brodhead, a corner thsnee oak e7J chains to corner, treewhite a stump, old white now thence pwpl. also the labor situation also to I unes Roberts; thence his oak and poplar a stakemarked: and benear line N27K F at 7 poles with the n3i ell chains to Hejcalled for volunteers to take the : small cliff, old corner a lynn census of the farmers in our dis- center of the county road in all low a thence n67 w'20 6500 chains to a 49A poles trict in regard to farm labor mining (twoto the beginning, con stake, buckeye and airon we ed tracts iu one) uinety as pointers, in line of Nathan wanted to harvest cips etc. eight (98) acres McUlure trect, now owned by W II O. M. Payne, G. V. Owens and For the purchase price the pur Boone: thence a with line of same sHi w4i R. A. Swinford all merchant chaser must execute bond, with side, chains toami pplar on a steep hillsugar tree pointers, poplar and progressive men responded approved surety, bearing legal in original corner to said Boone: these his line nSO wlJ and made the remark that they terest from dav of .vale until paid corner; n5'2yi chains toapopla.to original a chestchains w23 and baring the force and effect of were willing to do their "bit' to .a judgment. nut sprout troinjr from the roots to the Bidders will be old near the young help in any way they could prepared to comply promptly with and corner oak and top of a ridge,marked hickory now black We had a real interesting and these terms. as pointers, old call Indng a triple chestnut near the top of a ridge: then G. S Griffin, helpful meeting and every body 22) chains to a popwith Boone Nll,1 Master Commissioner went away feeling that they had lar stump and chestnut oak pointers, Rockcastle Circuit Court original corner, but the two hickories been well paid for their time down: thence DJSjj eWI chain tea faland loss of sleep COMMISSIONERS SALE. We feel like len white oak on a poiir, another white oak now a pointer: thence 87i e7 our neighborhood has waked up chains tea beech on the west side of and Rockcastle Circuit Court. and is now coming to the front near Rockcastle River, a corner to said - DEPUTANTA COMMISSIONER'S 8ALU. Q COMMISSIONER'S SALE 11 tVLY up-keep ml A. DAY n 10. J i - to-wi- t: one-fift- h the L. &N. distributes $148,3 00 throughout the South for operation of of its property. its trains and This daily distribution is made possible through the successful management of a constructive railroad which is an important factor in Southern progressive development and commercial supremacy. Because the L. & N. realizes that its interest and the interest of the people are mutual, it in every possible manner for better farms, (the foundation of all prosperity); for better industrial conditions; for better commercial cooperation; for better educational facilities; for more cordial social relations. co-opera- tes c5 r, N V Rock-castl- Through theirshareintheL.&N's daily distribution of $ 48,300 many 1 3-- 4 d 1 o 1- 0 individuals and enterprises are able to realize their desire for business prosperity and personal happiness. A considerable portion of the $7,200.00 paid daily for taxes is devoted to Southern education. One out of every ten people derives his or her means of livelihood directly or indirectly from the railroad industry. The L. & N. operates in .. r .1 r; o .i nine ooutnem states, i nererore me ability of the L. & N. to operate successfully is a matter of vital concern to Southern prosperity. -- B ; w e 3 0 3 11 Louisville & Xasiiville Railroad Co. (3) The Old Rehahla 00-1O- O 0 SfSSUilMtKOiiBBKtlntBCSSKSSjsBBSo . m 111 s t EVERYumethesun the L. & N. pay in" the cperahon and upkeep of its line of road. out II f &JiMA3 Im i5&?fi jL n $148,300 It costs eveiy day $69,930 for wages. $47,700 for material and supplies, $23,500 for interest and rent, now-gone- $7,200 for taxes. now-marke- ry 1 y .jmzG&flkz---- - fcN Of 9 ! WA TCH US GROW. Condensed Report to the Banking Commission 0 PEOPLES BANK STATE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION AS OF APRIL 10, 1917. First District, J. A. Jones, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. 71st Legislative District. J. Laurel and Rockcastle. John R. Floyd, of Laurel County. G. A. Settle, of London, Ky G II Yande venter, of Rush, Laurel Co. ROCKCASXLE CIRCUIT COURT. H. Branaman, Piaintiff, vs. Commissioner's Sale. David Himes, &c. , Defendants. purpose of arranging to take the 25. l9'7, beisg regular CountyLatxr Census of Rockcastle. Court day for said County, beThis 15 a war 'measure; and one tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. of great importance and this call id. and 3 o clock p. id. upon a should be promptly responded to credit of six months, the follow ing described property, to wit: by the Coinmitees of the Patriotic One brown mare mule, 2 years League. Rockcastle county like old and about Is hands high every other county has its quota which will be (sold if produced - Circuit Cosrt, rendered at the The members of the Rockcas April term, 1817, thereof, in the tlr Patriotic League are request- above cause, I shall proceed to ed to meet in the Court House offer for sale at the court house in Mt Veruon ou Mouday June door in Mt. Vernon, Ky. to the highest and best bidder, pub 25th, at 1 o'clock p m. for the lie auction, on Monday, at June By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle of loafers who are not willing to do an thing at home and are more unwilling to go to the front. That class of people should see the hardest part of service and one purpose of the Labor cen sus is to see to it that the Loafer is put into service where he can best serve. Change oi Voting Precinct ALCOIRT MM OF F1SCMAY 14, CALL TERM AT 1917 It having become necessary in the opinion of the Court that according to section No 1443, of the Kentucky Statutes, t0 change the voting precincts known as East and West Mt. Vernon voting precincts, that change in said b mndarv lir.es shall be as follows: Tne block known as the Miller square and bounded as follows: On the east by Church street, on the south by old Main street, on the West by Town Hill pike, and on the north by Main street, be and the same is changed and put into East Mt. Vernon precinct, and it is further ordered by this Court that a new voting booth for West Mt. Vernon be established at the Fair grounds. G. M Ballard, J R.C.C Attest : S. F. Bowman, C.C. half pole from an old trace; thence S 34 K 102 poles a stone; thence S 92 8 poles to a gum: thence S 75 W I3 poles to a stone at an ash corner near a branch; thence S 52 E 64 poles to a white oik; thence S 11 W 16 poles to a sycamore and ash, pointers to a stone; thence N 7q E 76 poles to white oak; thence N 4o W 2o poles to a small poplar; thence S 70 W44 to a poplar stump. hickorv and dogwood pointers; N 36 W 44 poles to a small don wood in all line; S 50 W 82 poles to a oak and small hickory, but now cut down, and a stone placed there; thence N 34 to county road; thence across the road, with the fence, including th barn lot and lot that is now in wheat, to the beginning corner, containing 80 acres, more or thereof to less. Or sufficient B produce the sum of f7s0.o0, with legal interest from April 4, 191a, until paid, and the cost (of this action. James Winslead For the purchase price the purFOR chaser must execute bond with Jailer. approved surety, bearing legal I promise a faithful administrat- interest from day of sale until ion if elected. I ask you to judge paid and having the force and affect of a judgment. Bidders my future by my past record. to comply will be prepared aaa j promptly with these terms. follows: On the North by the lands of the Coal Company; on the East by the same company and on South and West by J. W. Chasteen 's land, containing 37 acres, or sufficient thereof Lto produce the sum of $100.00, with legal interest thereon from Jhuuary 2(i, 1917, until paid, and the cost of this action For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidaer will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G S Griffin, Master Commissioner. Rockcastle Circuit Court. on the day of sale. And a certain tract of land lying and beiBg in Rockcastle County, Ken ucky, on the waters the hollow of a chestnut stump: of Brush Creek and bouuded as S 26 H 25 poles to a white oak 2 Plaintiff, Vs: Coinmissioneos Sale. M. C SaylOU, Defendant By virture of a judgement and order of the Rockcastle Circuit rendered at the April Court, Term, 19I7, thereof, in the above 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 25, being regular i917, County Court dy for said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a m. vpon a m. and 3 o'clock p. credit of six months, the following described property, to wit: One tract of Jand in Rockcas tie County, Kentucky, on the Creek and waters of Negro bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone, with two fcum pointers; thence N 31 W 21 i poles to a stake, with thence two white oak pointers; S 62A W lo poles te a stone in C H. blanton, poles stump and gum, about below a small spring; thence M 57A E 83 poles to a post oak one 6A6TORI4 Children Cry 76 anoHER's G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. Nathan McCluie tract; up said river along the west bank of same, nl4 w2tj'i chains to a stake near the river between an old marked beech and one now marked, a short distance below the mouth et bJagle 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 beeches, large white oak and drain, two two hickories marked as pointers, oh. call being an ash and black walnut in a elO ch tin small hollow: thance 2 to a white oak on a hillside, marked o il. on uppdr side, old call being a Spanish w following an old oak; thence s83 chains to a near marked line 14 a deep drain, old call a small black oak, 6 lOchain uol 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 corn r; W20 chains to a stak.', thence N 42 beech, water oak and dogwood pointers: old corners not found, hickory on hillw23 side; thence s51 chninstaa chestnut, black oak, small dogwood an 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 chestnnt 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 snatr, almost gone, but old mark plainly to be seen, no dogwood to be found, said snag is SO links south of a large chestnut now marked as line: thence chains to a poglar and n2 el8 chestnut, with young black oak and dogwood pointers, a corner to Ingrain Ren ner and in line of said Fredrick's heirs" w9 hence with said Renner s52 chains to a point in a road 24 ft on w from a chestnut oak course nl3 pointer, thence along said road south chains to a large chestw5 67 nut, corner to same 011 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 to said Renner and James Norton; thence chains to with said Norton si 12 el9 two chestnut oaks, original corner; chains to a black w25 thence s53 oak on a hillside, now corner to eai J Norton; thence s37 2 e crossing a drai 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 2 chestnut oaK pointers: then-chains to a blaeK oaK on a wl6 down nd hill side, a double and two pines, point ner to same asaid Cupps thence e4 5 s'2S thu creek with corner to Norton: thence s50 w7 ers, to a stake in the creek, corner t0 chains to a beech on the southwest banK chains a sycamore, rtugartree, beech and same, of Buffalo Creek'.corner to Norton:thenci thencj leaving the creek chains to a white oaK stump maple pointers:chains to a white oak oif s32 e6 e3I original corner black n82 and maple stump, a low point, old corner, the gum, now e6 oak pointers; thence s21-gone, corner to Cnpp: thence sll chains to a white oak in the east side 01 w22 chains to a white oak, old the creek, and corner to James Norton corner, a white oak and hickory now and in line of J A Smith; thence with marked a corner toCupp: thence b52 Smith, n72 el 1 4 chains to a poplar e7 chains Jto a stake and pointers as on the west side of ana near me coumy follows, sl6 w24 ft to a marked white said road corner to same; thence withsmall r.air nnrl n78 wl2 ft to a young chest line with road and with Smith's chains nut, the old line continued 3 tract of the Campbell land, s21 4 e8 more woull make oui oiac corner. 0 chains to a white oak stums atthe 11 twohWka one now stand- lower edge of the road: thence s34 ingand one cut down: said stake and e5 chains to a stake in the road. sl4 pointers are in line of I Ping 100 acre chains to a corner in the mid- survey, now owned by John A Rogers : el dle of the road, corner to same; thence chains e6 0 with same n2 lea vina the road s71 12 w passing a white o7k near the top of a high a Wack chains to :j oak at 25 links, in all 2 0 nA pintr comer, two black oaks e a sugar tree on east bank of creek, cor- - uugc, w Boone thence ou the era: 2 ! a 55-10- 0 I LOANS BANKING HOUSE, Etc., OTHER REAL ESTATE, DUE FROM BANKS CASH ON HAND, ASSETS $ 95.365.34 433.42 31,134.94 3,832.59 $137,571.29 $112 025.75 20.000.00 4,000.00 1 545.54 $137,571.29 I a 6.75D.00 g 1 sour-woo- 1-- 4 3-- 4 J i INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, LIABILITIES I 8 2 2 ! CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS FUND, ' UNDIVIDED PROFITS, I ! jj 2 3-- 4 2 74-10- 0 W23-10- 0 i U. G. Baker, F.L.Thompson, Jr., Cashier W. J. Sparks, Vice - Pres. Floyd E. Miller, Ass't Cashier OFFICERS Pres. 3-- 4 1-- i 0 DIRECTORS: Judge L.W.Bethurum, S.D.Lewis, John C. Griffin, U. G. Baker, and W. J. Sparks called for, but only one standing, party marked very old: then S87 2 e26 ehaiii's f do?w:oos Rowing from ntih fn stump, original a dogwood: w still with the Ping line thence s2 passing a coal bans at 16 chain and crossing a branch, in all 17 chains to a stake in said line, two dogwoods. hicKory, maple and chestnut pointers on west side of and near said branch to Jonathan Speass: thence with his line s6 e24 chains to the beginning. and containg 1759 acres, more or leas, or fufficient thereof to produce the sums of $1,466-81- , with legal interest from e -- " "By unul Palu au of Mt. Vernon and Nine Thousand Dol lare, with legal interest from April 9, i912, until paid due the John H . T Dry Goods Co and the cost of this action. The debt of the BanK of Mt. i 1-- 36-10- 9 4-- 0 an Vernon to be paid in full, its lien being superior to the lien of the p'aintitf John H HibheQ D 2 55-10- 0 2 3-- 4 1- -2 4 45-10- 0 85-10- 1- -2 2 price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved srety. bearing legal inUrest from dav of sale unUl ld and havln the fop aml effect of a judgment. Bidd. rs will be prepared to comply promptly wilh these terms. thpm-chase ter r Js Co 4 G. S. Ma.-ter 2 Griffix, 1-- 10 3-- 78-10- 1-- 2 ti " Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit C'our; -- j 2 35-10- 0 Hib-thfm-- e 55-10- TMiaren Cry FDR FLETCHERS -- 84-10- 3TORHi - -- BS MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky, June 22, 1917 W9 7Q I s3 "p "No. 79" wneo want toCommunl' t with SIGNAL , ij . louisvuc 4 Nashville 22 24 "i'6 mMi TIME TABLE. Mt Vernon, P R Co. uortn nortn south South 5.10 3:56 12:13 pm am am ii:44 a m 21 Tas. Phone No. 8. KntTPi at the us Landrum, Agent. Ky. Poto'Bce mail matter. The First State Bank of Liv Flye, of Marion, her sister, Mrs. ingston which opened for busi-- ' Orlena Henderson neir town. ness a little over a week ago, is meeting with J splendid success LOCAL and support, even surpassing the expectation of the most opto Lots of Two Dollar shoes at Charley supporters. inistic Kish's. Thompson is the Cashier and no Fresh meat at H.J. Cox restaur- finer young man than he is to be ant. found. For several years he Go to Cox's restaurant for that was assistant Cashier of Peoples good steak. Bank, and during his stay made raany friends in Mt- Veron and If you want cheap shoes see Fish's Two Dollar bargain countea u,e Serv,ce rendered to tne nan was very satisfactory to 'all children require good cerned. and we believe that fitting shoes. Fish's sell them. the First State Bank, was ex- There are no loafers in this trenielj? fortunate when Charley or any other little town along Thompson was made Cashier. the line now. Mrs Sarah III., is with con-Healthy We Want To Sell You Your 1 TjJTr It is our aim to provide such clothes as will . CLOTHES Fish's $dl ESs please you, and we believe that nowhere can you find better clothes, in value and style, than at this store. The best styling and tailoring in young men's clothes are to be had in PEKNOJtAL A L. H. Engineer, school house with Walter Hen of Paris, is here. derson as Superintendent. Also Rev. H. T. Young says that at old Chestnut Ridge with Edd "hov' was named Paulino. Barnes as Superintandent. John D He.i.lerson was here Offord Weaver, aged about 18, from Camp .Nelson Suuday. was killed by a fain at London Everett Mullius was a Livings Saturday night while trring to ton Thursday for a few hours. get a ride without a ticket. Both Mrs. Cleo Brown was in Louis- legs were cut off and he died ville Tuesday and Wednesday. Immediately. He lived at Cor-biMiss Annie T. French was n. UMar, When you want anything in fresh meats and vegetables go to H. J. Cox's restaurant. Sunday School has ben re organized at new Chestnut Ridge Specials TO-DA- V TO THE PEOPLE: If you want to save our county $1,200.00 vote for me for Jailor. I'll do the work for $300 a year less than we are if . COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HHirasa ?tjLEADlMO over from Wildie yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Owens were in Louisville from Wednesday until todav. Mis. Cress and young son, of Indianapolis, mre with Mr. and Mrs Paul Griffin. Mr and Mrs Russel Proctor are rejoicing over the arrival of their first born, a girl. Roseoe Cox and father, of Eas The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., is an American Company operating on the Mutual principle for the American people. You need some life insurance. See W. H. Fish, Special Agent. The Coal business is on a boom here The mines are all leased up and most Jevery load thai comes in is being loaded into cars and going away. The price for mine run in your coal house to day is 14c per bushel and Jiard to get at that. We are informed that there will be a new Ferry Boat at the now paying. Think this over and if you do not know me ask my SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT FOR 1916, friends what PI do. THE CASH STORE standing claims against this fund the amount of $137 83 which shows a deficit in this fund to mtet the claims allowed against it in the sum of $9ji.87 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I, J. W. Brown, having been duly appointed by the Rockcastle Fiscal Court to make settlement with Cam Mullins, Sheriff of Rockcastle County for the year I9I6, do hereby certify that the following is a true and correct statement et said '.accounts as the same appears from the records and orders of said court and as Bernstadt, have ;be-- with Sam anu uox ior a lew uays P. Land rum leaves today f r Lexington where he will be n Give the working man a chance. L;-.- s Ml Your friend, Little Tom Taylor. TJp:-Bla- mustered into the Naval service. Mrs Fritz Kruger Sr. spent the week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Traub, near Ottenheim Mrs. Sue Brown, widow of Dr Stave Brown, is here from Texas t visit her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Maret. Mrs. Mollie Carpenter and daughter, Miss Grace, of McKee, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Rockcastle river ford, where Parkers Creek empties, ready for operation tomorrow morning. This is where the new Laurel county grade ends coming this way from London. Rev. M. G Fish will preach at Buckeye at 11 a m. Sunday July 1st. Rev. Leah man, of London, will Bowman. reorganize the Sunday G. A. Settle, candidate for the School at Buckeye the same afRepublican nomination for Rep ternoon at 2 o'clock. A few years resetuative is here today seeing ago the Buckeye Sunday School was one of the largest in the the voters. county and now it is hoped it will Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kueger and daughter, Miss Risse Contractor Neal Parrott with spent Tuesday in Louis a large force of men began work ville shopping. Tuesday on the new grand stand Mr. and Mrs. Carter McDow ell, and children, of East Bern at Mt Vernon Fair grounds. stadt, have been with Mr. and This of course will be a little expensive but when completed Mrs. S. S. Daily. Miss Marie Brock and niece, will accomodate the crowds and will pay in the long run. The Miss Mary Katherine Baugh are Craig, two of Mt Vernon's good -guests of relatives and friends Fair dates are Aug. 8 9 10 boosters motored to Winchester Are you ready? here for a few weeks. Saturday and returned Sunday. J. Fish & Son are selling S C. Franklin spent Sunday Dr. M. L. Myers and family, with his mother in Lexington clothes to young men who regisof Winchester, returned Thursand reports her very much im- tered June 5th, fwith the under day from a motor trip to Mt. proved and able to be out when standing that in case they should one time home. be dratted and accepted for ser Vernon, their she likes. They were accompanied by Miss Mr and Mrs. W. H. Fish have vice before August 1st, this firm Risse Williams who will spend moved to P Q. Griffin's property will refund that full cash price some days in the capital of Clark recently vacated by S. B. McKen paid for the suit and the custcm Dr. Myers is considered one of zie. Mrs. C. H. White will move er to keep the suit. This only the leading dentists in Kentucky. into her own property which the applies to those who can show Miss Rose McCord, formally their registration cards, and Fish's vacate. principal of Langdon Memorial seems to be a very fair offer. Mrs. Bettie Spratt, of Indiannow field School Mt. Vernon, noticeT apolis relatives here and in the agent for Mountain schools was country. She was formerly Miss Is hereby given those who week, accompanied by Bettie Buford and lived in this have promised to .work on the here last Rev. Michel, who is one of the county until about nineteen new grand stand that work is "sweet singers in Israel". They years ago. now progressing and you may were working on business and report for work next Monday Misses Bonnie Niceley, Mr-financial affairs. Miss McCord, Report to gaiet Sparks. Christine McFer morning if you like. is doing a great wotk for the ron, Clyde Watson, Winnie Falin. Neal Parret, who is foreman of mountaius. Onie Silvers and Mattie Pen the job. Those who have sub Russel Proctor, a Mt. Vernon nington are attending Eastern scribed for stock are also re boy, telegraph operator, fis here Kentucky State Normal, Rich que ted to arrange to take same within the next few days as we on vocation and will likely be mend. to work in Winchester. Mrs. J. M. Adams was up from need the money to buy lumber assigned William Sparks, of Mt. VerBrodhead Monday on business. The following neatly engraved is running the busi announcement non, is here with his boy friend, Mrs. Adams has been reness just as it was conducted by ceived by several Jfriends of the Raymond Myers. Raymond is her husband, the late J. M groom, Mr. and Mrs John King showing him a good ti me. and is making a 'good announces the marriage of their Adams Dr. Owens and David Craig success. daughter, Hannah Isabella to were mighty pleaspnt visitors R. C. and M. Carden, brothers Mr. John Madison Fish on Satur we found Sunday morning at the Brown-Procton- a hotel. That and both prominent farmers of day the mntn ;et June nineteen home folks feeling made the County, Ky., were hundred seventeen Carney's Rome, Davis Monday. They lived near Point, New Jersey. The groom writer feel good. That little old here , Gum Sulpbu-- this county torty-tkr- is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ford of the Doctor's can go to vpars aero, since that time G. O. Fish of the Buckeve sec any place. "-tion, tie Jhas fiinisht two years living in Davis county. Wanted: To contract, job of family tried Naval service and is now hold- logging, about Ye editor and 3 miles west of 'motoring to Lon'on Saturday ing a good position at the Gov- Hazel Patch on Rockcastle river. ernment Munition plant at There will be about one million and back Monday over Gauley Carney's Point with a handsome in the tract. This is good mtuatain road. Those who like salary of $13oo per year attacht. feet logging and is an opportunity it have the privilege 01 luukiuk The Signal joins a host of or tne r'nt man to make seme as many trips as they want, friends in extending congratula- - money- - APP7 ,t0 R- L- Payne, ' but one time is enough for yours Rep., Valley aSSSTEiJSi Co. truly. Mc-Ferro- shown by proper vouchers tiled berewith. There was levied for general countv purposes One Dollar on ck sow weight each poll and 30 cts on each !One Hundred Dollars worth of properTaken about 2oo lbs, white stripe up ty; for general road purposes 10 cts on One JHundred Dollars worth face. Owner can have same by of property; for creating a sinking fund and paying interest on road bonds 20 cts on each One Hundred Dollars worth of property; and paying all cost and damage, 50 cts on each poll and 2o cts on each One Hundred Dollars I. W. Minks, worth of property, outside the graded school district, for general Maretburg, Ky. school purposes. June Xo 3T. The total value of all taxable property in the county, both tangible and intangible, as certified by the Auditor and assessed as omitted property is as follows: Total value of property as certified by Auditor, $1700042.00 By "J. M." 7"Q0 00 Property omitted by the Assessor, It was with much satisfaction 1o72iiq 00 L. & N. R. R. Tangible and Franchise that the old Boone Way man 4987. Oo Adams Express Company, learned of the conclusions reach880. 00 Berea Telephone Company, ed in the conferences looking to 286 3 00 Cu mberland Telephone Company High routing of the Dixie-Boon5473 oO Pulman Palace Car Company way connecting point between 306? Oo Western Union Telegraph Company Rockcastle and Laurel counties. 21544.OO Bank of Mt. Vernon, It was tine and really the proper 18939.O0 Peoples Bank thing and will be satisfactory to 13890. Oo Citizens the larger number of people. 150098. 00 L. & N. R. R. Co., additional franchise, 19I5 While everyone is not entirely pleased, the Jlarger number are, $3o52598.oo Total valuation of all property and that "kivers the ground." From this m.tst be deducted the value of lands sold Dr. Walker Owens and David $45606 for taxes and property exonerated, There is filed with this roprt an itemized statement of all claims allowed against the general county road fund, and receipt-- , showing to whom payments were made by the Sheriff against this fund. There is also filed with this report a statement showing the value of taxable property in each of the three graded commou school districts of the county and the number of polls in each of said districts. Since all accounts against the county, except road accounts, are paid by the County Treasurer, it can not be shown here how the other accounts of the county now stand, except the bridge account, and as nothing has been paid out on that account either last year or the year before, there is now in that fund the sum of $1,529 91. The Treasurer's settlement will have 'o be looked to to ascertain how the other accounts stand. All of which is respectfully submitted. J. W. Buow.v, C. R F. C. WINCHESTER rr 3 z 8 THE Man Z BE WITH e THE Hoe a 1 IrtPW 11 V RPSt '' i yi y mtL&Sf' $3006992 00 Total property on which taxes are collected On this amount the Sheriff is charged with 3u cents on each $loO.OO for county purposes, .$9o20.97 1928 Oo And with one dollar each on i928 polls $10948 97 He is entitled to a credit with his commission for collecting all the tax$1292,03 es for the county 30.00 By expense of this settlement, $1322.03 $9626.94 By most satisfactory We have a prices. line of agricul full tural implements and & tools for all trade, besides a complete ZXE stock of builders' hardware, kitchen tools and utensils, and everything the artisan or mechanic needs. jP tn t nt a x rake and other garden and tarm tools as well, and M rs I nere ne can get the best at the tc ci trr I 1 1 I M SI $ 588.06 c. c. Mt. Vernon, Kv- - cox treasurer's receipt $9038 88 hfuzxezzzz: TTTT Opoosite Court4 House To balance due this fund To 20 cents on each $100.00 on road bonds account, $4,0000.00 By Treasurer's receipt To balance due this fund, .... To 20 cents on each $100.00 for general school purposes on $2295375 00 and to 15 cents on each $i00.00 for same purpose on $110022, additional L. & N. franchise for 1915 By Superintendent's receipts $3900.00 $6013.98 ROUND TRIP $20i3.98 r maw $10.55 July 7-8- ROUND TRIP 1 unoxviiie $4590 75 $ 65. 03 1 -9 $4.25 June July 23-24-- 30 1-7- $4755 78 LIMITED TO JULY 10 $852 78 -14 To balance due this fund, To balance bridge fund as shown $1454.90 by settlement for i9i5 To additional L. & M . Franchise 75.01 L.&ri. b.b. ACCOUNT LIMITED TO 15 DAYS L.&.N.R.R. ACCOUNT for i9i5 Grand Lodge $l529.9i G-W-O-O.F. oo I To amount due this fund To 10 cents on each $100.00, for $3006.99 general road purposes By 2 per cent commission for 60.03 paying out same $2946 86 Net in this fund Sheriff has paid out on gen The eral road claims $3489.41, as shown by vouchers filed with statement filed herewith, which shows that this tuna is indebted to him in the sum of $542.- 54, and it also appears that the Treas- n thi8 acCOUnt 272 ; urer has Kentucky Colored June 29 HAS A GOOD OPINION OF CHAMBERLAIN'S 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 constipation give them a trial. Summer School of the South Univer- sity of Tenn. iuoe29 CASTORIA For Infants and Children j In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of - - - aQd Z k Qut. m m,4 Til T he. steel and -- H IT : adversary the world could offer. Above him was the clear blue sky, beneath him was the solid earth, around him was the pure air he feared no enemy he could 110I see. chivalrous Knight, mounted on his a faithful steed, clothed in his suit of armed with his trusty sword and lance was once the match for any a As far To day the knight is thought of as a character of romance. Iu our present war he would be a miserable failure Progress has made him useless. The sea was once proud of her fleets of battleships, of her huge commercial vessrls Bat these ships would only go the way the wind blew and man was dissatisfied. These ships have long since been discarded and are now only relics of a past age. This age, the age of progress, lias proven them inefficient. Paul Bevem, as well as other such speedy messenger bearers were once the pride of our country. ahead of the Knight as is our present warrior, As far ahead of the ancient fleets as are our present ships, swift-footed 0 8 8 As far ahead of the Electricity has proven a better, quicker and a more economical method of communication; and so to-da- y there is no place for these ouce necessary messengers. There was once a time when from ocean to ocean the predominant, and in fact the only method of transportation, was the horse and carriage. 8 messenger as is electricity, Just So Far Is The Motor Car Ahead Of The Horse And Carriage. 8 H economical means of travel. Consequently, year by year, month by moth and day by day, against extreme opposition the motor car has forged its way ahead and the horse is fast losing ground. 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