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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 29. 1917 M nnSSSSSSnnnnnnsnni NUMBER TT " :0 VJ wr--- ' More Glorious Than Ever With a wave of prosperity sweeping the country, haven't we a right to celebrate the Fourth of July in a mostjoyous manner Let's make it a u day when gt-togethe- I mean to canvass the county this next month, if I can with-- . T T "W" T out rrificing the peoples interest. I thank those who are taking an interest in my behalf. I premiss if reelected as, Clerk of this I unge ana in Mi. County to l'ender the same honest and efficient service that I have Uncle John heretofore rendered. i'ours Respectfullv, S. F C "p ( Mrs. J. Bowman. TO THE VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY : On May 2, 1917, J. W. Brown, who was appointed Social Com missioner to make settlement with me as Sheriff of Rockcastle County for the year l'JlG, hied such settlement. The settlement as filed showed balance due the road bond fund of $2,018.98; SCOonnt of public schools General Expense fund $566.06; and the Bridge Fund $1;529 91. All of this has been fully settled by me and the funds have been paid to the proper authorities to receive same, and I make their receipts a part of this statement. Vernon, Tuesday. W. nhtflf. of Mt.Ver. non. was SMC between train-- , Tuesday. G. S. Griftin was in Mt. Vernon, Monday, on bus MS. Henry Dnagherty's house w s destroyed by fire Tuesday all of its contents except, a r ing chair, a feather nsi and a machine. No t. Dees sewing Mr. insuranc. a i Origia of the tire not known. Dsughertj benratojoi r" everybody 's glad to see everybody else Let's do the things that will make us happiest Of course we'll all be dressed up that's taken for grar ted. The fellow who hasn't got his new summet suit wan s it right now. for the long hot summer ahead et us. Jur.e 88, 1917. Received of Cam Mullins, Sheriff of Bor hcsstl County, (2,011 98j Two thousand, Thirteen Dollars and ninety-eigh- t cents, balance due Bond Issue Sinking Fund for the year, 1918, as shown bv Commis- sioner's settlement. V. C. And the wise fellow will make his suit a Clothcraft, because he knows that there isn't any better made to sell at $10 to $25" If you've bought your suit, don't forget our line of shirts, hats, socks, neckties and other lots of new styles and patterns necessities at the right prices. Better H County Treasurer. June 2s, 1917. Received of Cam Mullins, Sheriff of Rockcastle County, ($1&29 91) Fifteen Hundred, Twenty-ninDollars and ninety-on- e cents, balance due Bridge Fund, as shown by Commissioner's settlement. V. C. Tate, County Treasurer. e Tate, June 28, 1917. Received cf Cam Mullins, Sheriff of Rockcastle County ($588 06) Five Hundred. Eighty eight Dollars andsixcents, balance due gener. al fund for the year 191G, as shown by Commissioner's Settlement V. C. Tate, County Treasurer. Mt. Vernon. Ky., June 191G. 28 1917. Received of Cam Mullins, Sheriff, ($855.78 ), balance in full of all taxes due General School Funds, as shown by settlement for year Mi:s. section hand and was on the road and his wife was unable to I the hosne hold goods. He and bis family have I !ie sympathy of all as it to be baracd out bnt most especi uly now when things ire m bigh. but the good people f I.i ingoton hue always done their pari towards helping the shn seed help. Ham that Liv ingstoa is coming to the front with a bank, a graded school and a railroad terminal for several trains, with several autos, several stores doing a land office business, and a shipping point where lots of coal, wood and ties art- shipped; where the pay roll of the L. A N. railroad company is several thousand each month, who could blame us to feel prond of Livingston. Hut just wait untdthe Divie Highway !: completed up the beautiful Rockcastle river with all its Bag" aificeal scenery and then the vision that the dreamer saw will - Alice Davis, I "'' I IffnfffsnW kr ftv. "- 1 I y-- J t 1 j Sutton ICLOJHCRMTl I B C-lo'- he's 2XEZZZ2ZZDCZ B!GJr. O.U.A.M. t Daughters of America AND ZXi i 2XZ Nic LIVINGS TON KENTUCKY JULY - 4th 3 AT BROWNING PARK I i I t I Good Music & Speaking Flag Raising, etc. If you stay home you'll be lonesome. Countv Supt , Rockcastle Count. This settlement was published in the Signal last week designget yours now it off. edly and for the purpose of injuring me in my race for the Republican nomination for County Judge. 1 have been ready, willing and anxious at all times to pay over and take receipts for all m ney injmy hands due the county, bu t under the law the sc ttkment when it is tiled is supposed to be docketed in the County Court and come up at ' I the regular session et tne County Court ter exceptions to oe taKen, l either br the Sheriff or Ufe County Attorney mMeotioff the Gona ty, and the settlement is reqniied under the law to lay over one term Mernstsdt, were married Tu-for exceptions, and then if none are taken at the second term o! the day the aoth, Kev. Jones officiatThe Clothcraft Store county court, an order is made ratifying the settlement and direct ing. We did not learn of the ing that the money be paid over to the Treasurer. Under the law wedding in time to rive a full but will next week. the settlement could not have been legally confirmed until the fourth right-op- . Hubert Griffin has Joined the navy Monday in July. 1 have been waiting for this legal course to be taken, but my enimies ha.'e undertaken to take advantage of the and when last heard troru was in for the New York. S.C Franklin and son, the and the premature publication I situation of confusing the minds of theofvoters.settlement isnow aud Bernard, of Mt Vernon), were here Between purpose the Primary I will show the voters of this county thai not one dollar between trains, Tuesday. James of the present enormous debt against the county caused by bad Lamb, of near Crab Orchard, has management and extravagance of the present administration can be b'n hers several days hnyiesj In due time I will furnish you the evi scrap iron, and he has shipped laid to the Sheriff's office severs cars from this place Ho dence to show where the blame properly Ik longs. bnja everything from a nail Cam Mrr.LiNs to a saw mill. W. K. vVard ar.d ROCKCAsTLK FISCAL COURT: son. Glen, of Hanard, KyM visiting .June 28tb, 19 17. W understand I, J. W. Brown, a- - Special Oomnrssionor of this Conri filed my relatives hare. report of settlement wiih Cam Unities, Sheriff, lav the war l!lfi, on that some of the funily of Mr. tbe28th dav of May, 1917, which sett?eessnl showed there was then and Mrs. R.Ll'avne have typhoid hnl e have not karncd due and unpaid on the general expense account el the county. $588 chnob, nanus or how many are sick on the Road Bord account, $2 013.98; on ncconni pnblk I W. Catliu and Mi s55.78, nn.l on account Bridge land. $1939 91; and said Sherifl bnt Mr and Mra W. Mnrphj vera in .' this day paid sed amounts into the Count Trenearj and to the and Mra. 6. Orchard Satnrdsy - Mrs. .'onntv School Boperintendant, as shown by their respective receipts Jrah hch the Slier B has this day produced to me end which I file here G l. Cost an dsaghter, Vns tith, and make this a supplemental report to my said report as lied Lvda. are viaiting relatives in Mt. i.'ay 28th, I'JiT. I hare aothing, however, to show thai inc Vetnon, thn week. J. H. Brown paid by him on in; ia on the sick Hal this week. c mnty has refunded to said Sheriff the amount Mr. and Mrs. I) P..Rimbo md h general road e.ense account, as shown in my hi seitlenienl children, were tI Crab Orehard, And which was filed May 2SU1, 1917. Saturday. The orhV'Ts of the Respect fully su'unitted, S!a;Bhnk, of tbi eJnesj i'.rt J. W. BROWN, CM F 0. have put n a 7,830 jxmnd safe, equipped with a date loch and all of the Istesl improvements, and .1 T. (J' Mary has t is a beauty purchased an automobile and madf the trip to Crab Orehard A targe dekgattaa the 23rd went from ht re t' Crab Orchard, Saturday. Those going were Mr. and Mrs. S.C.Carter, Mrs. V. U. S. Cottingim and son, Morris, Mr. and Mrs B.H. Griffin, Mr.and Mrs. To the Voters of Rockcastle County: W. M. Fallas, Mrs. E L. Cockrell, The question has been repeatedly asked me whether or not The Northwestern Mutual has Mr.and Mrs. C.H. Rice, W H PonI would canvass the county. Now I wish to say that I will. 1 survived every great panic in der, Miss Fannie Large, Mis have been busy of late making up the Tax Books jand assisting the America. It went through the Annie Parsons, Mr.and Mrs T. VV. American Civil War with credit to oil men' and looking after the general business of the office. Higgins and Misses Jallett, Hazd itselt, and now offers to the Ameriand Geneva Griffin. Mrs. Ed I feel the responsibility of my position and do not think it can public, at this time of stress, Quinn, of Paris, who has been visright for an officer to neglect the peoples business and interest, secure life insurance protection, iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. for his own selfish gain. Of course I would enjoy mixing with my under a liberal contract, at miniJ.B.Hayse, of this place, has refriends and neighbors as much as any of the candidate, but I have mum costs. It is an American turned home. Judge H. Witt Compauy operating on the mutual always tried to let self come second, when it comes to dut3np obwas in Somerset latter part of last principle for the American people. ligations. Again I wish to call year attention to the service I have week. B. F. Lamb, of near Crab It is better to have a North-westerOrchard, has been in our town rendered since I have been your servant. If I have not been effici Mutual Policy than for for a few days. Charley Thompent in my work, courteous and considerate to the people, and if I your folks 10 wish you had son, cashier of the First State have not kept every f promise made to secure my election, then it too late. Talk it over today with Bank was in Mt. Vernon, Sunday. the duty of every good citizen to vote against me. becomes Judge G. M. Ballard and W M. I call your attention Jto the only pka that is being made Baker, of Mt. Vernon, were in oar town Monday. against me, that of two terms. In the name of common sense SPECIAL AQENT don't you think that is a weak plea? Suppose corporations and Phone No. 27 or 92. business men should adopt the principle of turning off men who have been tried and proved their ability and efficiency, for untried men, just because they want a job, and claim they need it? I say MT. VERNON FAIR to you that such a corporation would not last and you know it. I invite your inspection of my work. If it is not Jwhat you want 8-9-- 10 rOR FLETCHER'S fW FLETCHER S then vote for some one else, for you are entitled to the best. don't put & McBee Frank Cox shot an killed Jim button; near the mouth of Long Branch ea Rockcastle river, Tuesday. Particulars not learne 1. Sutton only lived a few hours after beincr shot. Cox surrendered to the authorities and was taken to Mt. Vernon, Wed of this place. nesdav. V.A.Ri-eMrs Margie late, f E t Pml be real. 1 . . HI F. BOWMAN. 1 - et - LIFE INSURANCE -- n W. H. FISH GO TO IT Children Ory C ASTORIA Oliildren Orv fiASTORIss Aug. Mf. VERNON that we procure the information as towhere thre is available farm labor and where farm labor was Fpidav, June 29, 1917 nteded, and in this way help both the laborer and the employer. He said wc could now" Published every Friday by voluntarily do this work or wait EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. and the Government would force $1.0 us to take the census. Ou motion UBScaiprioN onk year of W. C. Johnson, seconded by Advertising rates maue know U v Logan Hasty, the Council dec;d ed to take the census at once, application making the school district the unit, and the School Trustee MEMBKR OF Chairman et the Census Commit C a NTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION tee, backed by the Magisterial District Executive'Committeeman, as and procuring such help needed from the people of the will be district. The census SIGNAL Mt Vtrnon, Ky., June. Dear Friend: 1 25, 1917. assume that you have seen mf announcement for the Repub c tn nomination for the office et Superintendent of Schools of this c unity subject to the will of the republicans to be expressed in the Primary, August 4th. I trust that you will interest yourself in I ra !i"cJ wl -- K Are You Satisfied? The ;iH3S sisi33rup HV ,saW non JnoX JO aupipaui s;m Xjj oj 3ium JnoX Hjjom aq prnoAt j; jem no. 3DUIAUOD pug '1U9UI aumusS sji jo noX ajnssB started at once. ANNOUNCEMENT. We Arc Authorized to Announce W. H. ntUBGOt As a candidate for the nomination for County Attorney of Kockrattle, subjt ci to the aelion of the Democratic party at August Primar; . 1917. We are authorized to announce Chas T Riddle, of Brodhead, Kv , Candidate for Magistrate Fifth District, Brown and S. & N. Brodhead Pre cincts, subject to Democratic Primary Aug. 4, 1917 ANNOUNCEMENTS. respective offices iii Rockcastle county, subject to the Republican primary election in August, 1917: FOR JUDGE. Cain Mull ins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. G. M. Ballard, of Ml. Vernon, Ky. J. N. Griffin, of Spiro, Ky. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. R. Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. E. B. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Kv. S. D. Lewis, of Mt Vernon, Ky. FOR SHKKIFF. Tip Langford. of Mt. Vernon, Ky. C G. Clark, of Orlando. Ky. E- are authorised to announce the follow iug persons as candidates for the We FOR DOOM J, B. Cummins, of Mt, Vernon. Ky. S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. James Proctor, of Orlando, Ky. IT COURT CLEKK, FOR JAILER. 'Little" Tom Taylor, of Mt Verm n.Ky. Logue Sowder. of Mt. Vernon, Ky. G. W. Decker, of Cedarville, Ky. J. a. Southards, of Pine Hill, Ky. Frank Mullins, of Ml. Vernon, Ky. R. B. Shephard, of Orlando, Ky. J. W. Chasteen. of Johnetta, Ky. J. L. Arnold, of Livingston, Ky. Jas. Winstead, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. S. A. Drew, of Burr, Ky. Harry Jones, of Hiatt, Ky. Jas Shelton. of Livingston, Ky. Eugene Gentry, of Pine Hill, Ky. FOR SLPT. OF SCHOOLS. Mrs. Alice Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. R. Dickerson, of Livingston, Ky. FOR ASSESSOR. C. T. Sigmon, of Wildie. Ky. W. H. Carmieal, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. Rev. Wm. M. Durham, Johnetta, Ky. FOR MAGISTRATE, W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. First District, Fourth District. G. W. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. Josiah Mcece, of Hansford, Ky. FOR CONSTABLE, Fifth District. First District, J. A. J ones, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. FOR REPRESENTATIVE 71st Legislative District, laurel and Rockcastle. John R. Floyd, of laurel County. G. A. Settle, of London, Ky G. H.Vandeventer, of Bush, Laurel Co When the Rockcastle Patriotic League met in the court house at 1 p. m. ;on Monday the roll call showed eighteen of the Executive Commute present: Logan Hasty, Level Green, C.C. Metcalf, Route No. 1, Crab Orchard, Guy Roberts, Route, No. 3, Crab Orchard, W. M. Barnett, Withers, Hardin Moore, Climax, S. P. Caudill, Con way, G. C. Fish, Mt. Vernon, Jesse Fish, Mt. Vernon, W. C. Johnson, Orlando, W. H. Jones, Wildie, C. C. Williams, Mt. Ver non. Thos. Kirby, Mt. Vemon, James Chaney, Blo,s, J. W Hil ton, Pine Hill, W. J. Spaiks, Mt. Vernon, R. F. S pence, Berea, Dr. A. G. Lovell, Mt. Vernon, and Dr. M. Pennington, Mt. Vernon C. C. Davis was unanimous ly elected Secretary and Treasur erofthe Central Committee to fill the vacancy made by James Maret's abseuce from the county The Committee was sorry to lost the services ;of the Boone Way man, but feel that the Executive Committee was fortunate in fill ing the vacancy with this patriotic and energetic business man On motion of W.J. Sparks seconded by W. H. Jones, the name of the Patriotic League was changed to The Council of National Defense et Rockcastle ikmnty. to conform with the names of other councils thru-ou- t the nation. State Agent Collins of the Agricultural Department, explained the object of the labor census in a clear, decisive way, saying that the Government demanded For jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the republican primary to bi held Aug. 4U1, 1q17. Mr. Voter the reasou why I ask for this office, I am not able to do few men who do great things, manual labor, also I am a sober but the many men who do small man which I think the people of thing that accompliuh great un- Rockcastle county need for ofdertakings, so it is to be hoped ficers. My opponents are able that our people will understand to do manual labor and live withthat we should help to complete out the office. I promise the the road through our county and people of Rockcastle county if I come forward with as generous am nominated ,and elected I will contributions as possible. them a good sober officer, and will treat every man .with the same respect and will not ask Sunday School at this place is 'for but one term. I appeal to progressing very nicely with the voters and mother Jr. JO. U. large attendance. Miss Emma A. II. of Rockcastle couuty to Wynn, who has been visiting hei help me as I need help and to sister at Ages, Kentucky, has come out on the 4th, ,day of Aug. returned home and reports a nice and vote for me and l promise time. Miss Laura Taylor has you that God being my helper I been visiting relatives at Mt. shall never g'.ve you cause to reVernon for a few days. Mrs. gret your action. Mamie Oldham, of New Yorl:, Your friend, wl.o has been visiting her mother Eugene Gentry. and little children, at Mt. Vernon, while on her way back to To the Republicans of the New York, stopped off to visit Fifth Magistjial District her sister, Mrs. Miracle. Mr. of Rockcastle County: Sherman Poor and Miss Peichie I announce myself as a canBeldon were quietly married at didate for the office of Magistrate the home of the bride Thursday, in this district subject to the ReJune 2 st. Mr. Poor has a job publican primary Aug 4th. If as brakeman on the L & N. R. R. elected I promise the people I and the young couple will make will do all in my jpower to try to their home in Pans. We wish economize the handling of public them a lone and happy life. money, and the improvement el Miss Sarah Wilson, of this place our public highways. l?ft Sunday for a weeks visit Josiah Meece. with friends in Jackson County. Mrs. J. L Wynn has gone to Laurel County to visit her sister, To the Republicans of Mrs. McKnights Rockcastle Countv: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sparks are rejoicing over My opponents for the of the arrival of a fine boy. Mr. fice of Countv Assessor are circu John Wynn and Miss Liza Leger lating the report over the countv went to Mt. Vernon Saturday and that I am a bolter in order to were married. They returned to poison the minds of the people the brides home late in the aft- against me in this race. The ernoon-Mrs. Stanley Payne great and noble Theo Roosevel' and little, son, Frank spent Satur- was called a bolter and when hp day night with homefolks wanted to lead the brave boys Another oil drill was moved in against Germ my they would not near Snider last week and is let him go and when a "Holy drilling on Bill Dooley's farm. Roller" preacher gets into poli s tic and hollows bolter who has CATARRHAL DEAFNESS bolted the good Lord and started CANNOT JJBCURE a H of his own, he ought to b local applications, as they can get ashamed of himself aud get not reach the diseased portions et out of politics. the ear. There is only one way W. H. Carmical. to cure catarrahal deafness, and that is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Eeafnes is caus Livingslon, Ky., ed by an informed condition of June 22, 19i7. mucou lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in To the Voters of Rock casslk County : named you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and I am a citizen of the county, when it is entirely closed, Deaf have lived in the countv and ad ness is the result Unless the for 27 years. 1 information can be reduced and joining counties this tube restored to its norma have been a Republican all my condition, hearing will be de life. My age is 47 years. I have stroyed forever. Mauy cases of given my support to the Republi deafneos are caused by catarrh, can party. I have helped in the which is an inflamed conditiod of good cause of Republicanism. I the mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the am a hard working farmer and blood on the mucous surfaces of have never asked for an office of the system. any kind. I am qualified to fill We will give One Hundred the position of the important ofDollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured fice of Jailer. I earnestly to icit by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir the support of all Republicans of culars free. All Druggists 75c. the county, E. J. CHENEY &Co., Yours respectfully. Toledo, O. Jambs Shblton. m-ik- Speeches wefe made by the following gentlemen: Hard n Moore, R F. Spence, W. C. Johnson, Dr. A. G. Lovell. Guy Roberts, Jesse Fish, C. C Will This iams and W. J. Sparks meeting; was a very interesting meeting the best agricultural held in the county since the organization of the Patriotic League Rockcastle County farmers are thoroughly aroused to their dnt (luring the war, aud incidently see a way to bensfi: themselves by becoming better farmers. W. J. Sparks, in a speech before the Council of the National Defense et Rockcastle County, said, in part; that he had at tended a meeting of the Dixie Highway Committee in Cincinnati a few days since and that there must be raised $30,000 to com plete the connection of the H'gh way through Rockcastle County, and while automobile clubs and road committees from the outside were willing to help, it is our duty, and should be our pleas ure, to do our part. It is not the my behalf and use vour influence for me. I am sure that you can be of great help I have trud to make you a good officer and if nominated and elected again I feel that T can make a better officer because of the experience I have had. I will not have to be examined to mike the racv, as I have a certificate of qualification which will Jnet expire for eight year. I need the office ver badly n I hope that you will help me. In four years time inv hoys will have gotten a very good education and will be self- supporting. By giving me jthe office for another tv.rm you give me the opportunity to help them. I hope that you are interested in me and my children to the extent that you will take up the tight : pinoqs asn mjssaoons 0 et isBd sji 111 mpjB3 Xq psdisq uaaq 3aeu, oqw uatuoAv jo spuesnoq) am jo asteid ouseismuua aqj, 'Jajjns uauioM Xiuo tpiqw uiojj saiqnon aqi vi anjBA )C3i3 jo Suiaq SB 'sjbsX Xubui joj snooq rj -- ipaiu pjBpuBjs Xqpaziu -- Sod3J 'siuaipajSut JBU -- pipaui 'aiqejaSaA 'piiui jo pasoduioo si 11 'ibui 3in tiSnojom B -- ai8 in ajBS jaaj ubd no sjbsX inp-re- Peoples Bank DIRECTORS : IS Fully prepared to satisfy you in every feature of a safe and sound Banking Business. More new accounts, More new business each dav. 8. D. LEWIS, L. W. BBTHURUM, a U. G. Baker, Pres. W. J. Sparks, Vice-Pres-F.L.Thomps- on, mouvs asvi 'SUIECI XjUBUIOAV JOHN C.6K1FFIM. vY. J SPARKS. T (i. BAKER By Jr. , Cashier Floyd E. Mil!err Ass't Cashier "J. M." . In our tiip from Mt. Vernon tra.n to Winchester last week, Missed connection, was late. Laid over at Livingston. The depot "Lunch" made every effort to make things pleas int for the old road booster which he appreciated gi atly. They had the fast thru train stopt to pick us up. for our linterest and help nominate and elect me. Thanking you for your influence and the past favors an! courtesies shown me and my family, especially my late husband, W. A. B. Davis, I am Very truly yours, Mrs. Alice Davis. tnojj jajjns jo 'uMop-ur- u pus 3nAi 3jb noX ji aui uai, suiBd UM0p-3ujJEaq am pus sipds Xzzip aijx Majjoq 0 aioiiM. b )o3 amoq jaiuouB am jc3 aq JEM iputu os aui padjaii amoq b aui io3 an II "aui djaq pinojvi jnpjBO )q3noiu J puBqsnq Xui ipnui pioi I UAop-ur- u Xjoa Vote for EUGENE GENTRY Xuojd isnt prnoA 'Bav 01 pB)s pine a uaiiM iBift peq os )o3 sjpds Xzzip "suiBd u wop aqj. -- Suusaq q;i v pajajjns sba "liEJ Xjjcou :S3)ua 'iiaMp.qM p'mSiiAnJBO'dosJW snads AZZIQ """" "' "" 'Uncle Billy," of the Winchester Courier, who was a candidate for "censor" of bathing costumes to be used at Booue Beach, on Kentucky river, claims tha his defeat for the place came on Irein the fact that the opposition claimed tlftt his ideas were too extreme on the subject. "Uncle Bil'y" sas he wanted to be conservative. His platform, he claims was for modesty as far as consistent with comfort and says he would not have insisted upon more than a "string ' tied around the left ankle. He farther states that the various degrees of society would have been allowed, under his censorship, to choose the color of s.iid 2 GOOD REASONS 1 James Proctor FOR WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE FOU COUNTY COURT 2 3 Because Because Because Because Because Because Because Because Because CLERK he is qualified. he has always been sober. he is a hardworking man. he is poor and needs the office. he is an honest man. he will do the work right. he is the same every time ye see kin. he will treat all alike. he was RAISED IN THIS 4 5 6 7 CONWAY SflB James Wins. cad FOR I Jailer. j string to designate tne particular degree of standing in which the bather was moving or attempting to move in society. The following sent from Som erset shows that .the grand jury just adjourned there did some work of interest during its setting. The Pulaski count giand jury has finished ill work, and re turned 107 indictments ag.nnst County Judge R.P. Jasper and W G. Cundiff, former Jroad engiindictments neer; twenty-nin- e against 'R. F. Jasper aud J. S. Parker, road engineer; eleven indictments against Jasper and VV tJ. Cundiff, road engineer; eleven indictments against Judi,re R. F. Jasper and the Fiscal Court and one indictment against Griffin, Lewis, Porch and Wesley, of the Fiscal Court. The indictments charge malfeasance in office and improper ex penditure of the funds that wen voted for the budding of pike-ithat county. Nonejof the in dictments charge grjft upon th part of anv official, hut eharg that money was spent out of tin n 8 9 COUNTY. 10 11 1 2 Because he is everybodyfs friend. Because he has nothing to say in the other county races. Because he is a true blue Republican. promise a faithful administration if elected. I ask you to judge my future by my past record. WE ARE DRIVING ALONG at of 1 SOUR STOMACH. This is a mild form indigestion. It is usually rought on by eating too rapidly or too much, or of food not suited to your digestive organs. 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-tin'- s bond issue fund for tolfice furm ture, rent, surveying, buyi uTablets to aid digestion. prights of way, paying sal tries attorneys" f.ies. inspection worl Gr: FOR FLETCHER'S and other things, all contrary Is law. 1 m JSL- - Ae- w good Kite making i'tiends ivtiv pimlnser of our jnicshora oad farm 'I'll. J ts. V k tfra s3 ? A. fekKcrv tr I k 1 XV 4 W wmm JCa ; wyje i. Jto msv. . -- . a ? , i know after tht fust trial the' ( ur goods sre ii.a'o of tat aval and most durable materials, luh-i- i nod in th4 most expert awnner, and that we guarantee ike ajesriag eaparHy of very'hing we sell although oar price! nro so reaeeataJo in llH'llt. terv aapars 'Mldren ASTORI4 VOTERS a I am a Candidate for Ja.ler, subject to the action of the Repub hern Primary, August 4th, 1917. I have always been a Republican nd have always worked for the interest of the Republican Party ag vhieh you all know. I held the office of Jailer several years My opponents are iid my reccrd as an officer is an open book. county the claiming that they will do all the work and save the and later a pxpense of a Janitor. This was promised a fe years ago it cost the lanitor was employed and the County was sued aid ounty $650. This is law and I can't promise something that the b'-- t I will promise the people an honest and 11 w will not uphold I can. l'ellow ober administration and save the County every dollar I will asK for office Republicans. I feel like tbis will be the last time I have spent my life in the interest m I am getting along in years. my time and means the Republican Party. I have not only given 'ought and bled for to hold up the party in this County but I have and held up for our it I have stayed at the poles in this County were Republicans rights when it took brave men to say that they Republican rights as I have staked my life many times for the many of you older men know. for Governor of Ki.. he When W.O. Bradlev was a candidate :i iron. il,4 Vo ...ac tn in -- - - llppf h wrote me and Jim Jones ana urn u stronghold and they a democrat tV.V na JKA l 1.V1rhain Vi flflv at- ,KlIllDence, u ,. .1 ,j anA ho wanted us to meet him juum had threatened to responded to his call and stood by his side fi.,,i iv.ut Auv en we 'the speech. This is one of the many tunes I have vvrhile he made Republican party Now I am taked my life for the interest of the the party and ask my people retting too old to fight in the ditch for .T the nomination for Jailer and I w.ll men to give me .u.: ann""' fnr you will be proud of. Thanking trv my best to make you an officer you for any favors shown me, I am, Very truly yours, Lkk Arnold. ..-.- TO THK RhPUHLICAN OK ROcKCASTI.E COUNTY: c. c. Mt. Vernon, Kv. cox Opoosite Court House WA j wtm : endBoston via Louisville & Nashville Railroad 30-Da- y I - limit Round Trip Tourist Fares From Mt. Vernon -- NEW YORK $34.30 BOSTON $36.15 k-i- i Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in the East and North ,r jti Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron- dacks, Lake Champlain, and other cities and resorts of the East and North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. For particulars, rates, folders, etc, apply J. A. LANDRUM, Ticket Agent V T MT. Mt. V " i 79 Gap section of this county, was the TJ s C(jm her c;ise over with a party 01 triends 111 tnissioner at London on J uly 25th. his new Maxwell Monday attend She is now under bond. '53 ing the Agricultural meeting. 21 The County Board of Education The sineinir classes of this will meet July to recieve bids county will meet next Sunday at on building ,a school hoase in White rubber sole oxfords for Phone No. 8. Johnetta for an all day singing. men and women. (Red Hill). Kntereil at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postfice The Johnetta class will sing one District No. 69, & McBee. mail matter. Sutton u stcond-cias- s day Jat the Teacher's Institute District No. 82 (near Conway) a 12 foot addition to Oak Next time you are in town here during the week of July also PKR80AL drop around and see what is be 16th. There are seme mighty Hill school house and perhaps some other buildings. Specifica ing done at the Mt. Vernon Fair fine singers in this county, es tions may be had by calliug at Prof. Tom Ball, of Orland, is grounds pecially in the 'Johnetta class. the Office of the County Supt here on business. AMERICAN RED CROSS. C. M. Canfield, Robt.F. Spence, J. O. Scoggin. of Chicago, is Joe Francis, County Agt. Jand Miss Pansie We have made a tempDrary orRural Supervisor, with his parents here. Davis of Berea, were bere Mon ganization for a Chapter of the The Oil Companies which have Miss Fan Sparks is with friends day ter the Agricultural meeting American Red Cross The ten been at work in the county for at Kokomo, Ind , for a month's W. H. Ghormley & Sons, Foid members required to apply for several weeks, are still operating stay. Agents of Lenior City, Tenn., a Chapter are: C. C. Williams, but as yet no strike has been Klzie Lang lord has gone to were here Wednesday with a par- S. F. Bowman, Rev. H. T. Young, made. A number of dry holes is Graud Junction, Colo., for his ty taking eight new cars over- J. W. Brown, E R. Gentry, M. all that there is to show so far health. Pennington. Mrs Zula W. Sparks, land to their home town. The oil must be here or the C. H. White, of Harrisburg. Mrs. Cleo W. Brown, Mrs. Lucy who are experienced joil Big line of Palm Beach, Cool B. Ill is with his family here for Albright and Mrs. .Lucy C. men are badly fooled. If neither cloth and Dixie weaves suits for Niceley. As a few days. soon as the National be true their game which they men and young men pinch backs h ad ffttrtt rs acts upon this apMr and Mrs. Aiken, of Penn are playing is foreign tc fthose of and regu'ar models. plication, the books will be open sylvania, are with Mr. and Mrs. us, who know nothing about how Sutton & McBee. for members and workers. W B Reinke it is done. We sincerely Jexpect A Bull sold for $53 00 in New We know our people will Miss Jennie Morrow Miller is to see some good wells .in Rock visiting at Mystic and other Ken York recently but some forly or gladly do their mite, and many castle before many months. fifty candidates are handing it will willingly forego the luxuries tucky points. out to "the dear .people" free of of life to aid in this great humane Th3 Masonic Celebration at Miss Sarah Hiatt has been vischarge Somerset Journal. Crab Orchard, on last Saturday, movement. Every dollar paid for iting Mr. and Mrs S B. McKen- The advertising committee of membership or subscription, and was one of the biggest events of zie at Stanford. every piece of work done will the kind ever held in the state Scott (J. Miller motored over the Mt. .Vernon Fair Assn. are be applied, directly, for our own It is conservatively estimated that from Versailles yesterday in his planning to flood the county and 0 our allies war sufferers. there were between 8,000 and with their up to date advertising new Hupuiobile Possibly the money we raise will present. Plenty to eat, lets of Willis Coffey, a good citizen of matter. The dates are Aug. 8 help relieve the suffering and good music, fine speeches, plenty the Medical Springs vicinity, was 9 10. possibly save the life of a soldier of the best water on earth, made A meeting of the stockholders in town Tuesday. boy from our county, or from our the day a most pleasant one. Not C.W Parris, of Spokane, Wash- of the Mt Vernon Fair Assn. is state or nation; and if not one of the least thing took place to mar ington, is with his parents near called ter next Wednesday, July them it will be used for our allies the pleasure of the notable event 4th, 1:30 p.m., at the Court who are fighting for our liberties To Grand Master J. N. Saunders Bloss, this county. House. This meeting is impor- as well and his able corps of assistants is as their own. Miss Tbelma Mullins is here tant. The President and Secre due the credit for the successful from Avoca. She will teach New NOTICE. tary connot put on the Fair manner in which nearly every Chesnut Ridge school. Sealed bids will be received at thing was managed. alone, they must have the co opT. H. Collins, State Demo- eration et every stockholder. this office until 12 noon Wednes Arrow Collars In any style nstrator of the Canning Club busi- Come to this meeting and show day August 1st, 1917 for the erec your neck calls for at Fish's. ness, was here Monday. tion and construction of the sub tht you are interested. Neal Oats was over from J. L. Cooper, Secretary. struction and one 29' 6" T Beam CHOLERA MORBUS. Saturday and Sunday with concrete slab at Roundstone This is a very painful danger Earl Russel, of London, Ky., Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Francis. Creek near Roundstone Station ous disease. In almost every was robbed of the greater part of Hlmer Perciful SI 000 00 at the Latonia races State Highway Road No io2 A 1 neighborhood someone has died Mr. and Mrs. from it before medicine could be Plans on file in this office. are rejoicing over the arrival of yesterday. The money had been obtained 01 a physician summonIff pound boy born yesterday. given him by a firm in Chicago Additional information furnished ed. The right way is to have a Successful bid bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Miss Anna Belle Stewart left to travel about the country and on application. yesterday for her home in Penn- hire labor to work at Indiana der must deposit cheek equal Diarrhoae Remedy in the house in amount to one half of his bid. so as to be prepared for it Mrs. sylvania to spend her vacation. Harbor, Ind. He was in CincinEnyeart, Hunnington, The Fiscal Court of Rockcastle Charles Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sutton nati to obtain men One after- County reserves Ind., writes: "During the sumthe right to re mer of 1911 two of my children went to Crab Orchard Saturday noon he went to the Latonia any or all bids. ject were taken sick with oholera and spent two days visiting at races. The rest of the story is F. H Mattingly, morbus. I used Cliamberlain's told. Lancaster. Road Engineer Rockcastle Co. Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and G. J. and A. W. Bippus of The Dixie Highway Magazine Sealed bids will be received at it gave them immediate relief." Huntington, Ind., were here June issue, has a write up of this office until 12 noon Wednes HAS A GOOD OPINION OF Wednesday in their Stutz road- the settlement of the route from day August 1st, i9i7 for the CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. ster enroute to Pineville. Livingston to the Laurel line, erection and construction of the "Chamberlain's Tablets are a A. F. Scruggs and J. S. Gott, reported by Col. Jake Herndon substruction and two 29 '6" T never sold anything prominent business men of Berea of Berea. The article also shows Beams slabs over Clear Creek wonder. I that beat them." writes F. B. were here yesterday to place an a very good picture of our fa- near Wildie, Ky. Tressey, Richmond, Ky. When mous Horse Shoe Bend and agency for the Maxwell c?r. Plans on tile in this office. troubled with indigestion or con Mr. and Mrs Beverly Evans another picture of the new Ren-fro- Additional information furnished stipation give them a trial. Creek bridge out on Berea on application and children motored over .from Successful bidroute. London Saturday and spent the der must deposit check equal in day with Judge and Mrs. G. M. County Judge G M. Ballard, of amount to one half of his bid. Ballard. Rockcastle county, was in this The Fiscal Court of Rockcastle Miss Martha Wallen, daughter city Tuesday on professional reserves the right to reject any Judge Ballard is a or all bids. of W. M. Wallen who moved to business F. H Mattingly. Texas about eight years ago, ar- lawyer. He has made strenuous yesterday to visit friends efforts to have Rockcastle counRoid Engineer Rockcastle Co. rived ty complete its portion of the and relatives here Sealed bids will be received at up from Dixie Highway, and without his this office for the erection in Joe OVfary was Livingston Tuesday in his new efforts it might have been a fail eluding the flooring of one 60' Wears 5S Dodge car. If Joe runs an auto ure. He is a candidate fcr re steel truss over Roundstone Well Well like he moves one of those 2400 election, and his friends predict Creek near Roundstone Station IrV A over the (road, the best thing is his success as he is just about until i2 n on Wednesday Aug. v W 777 V' the runr. ingest man who ever 1st, 1917. Details any plans to give him the right-ofuwa- y ffilljjjf entered a political on file in this office. The Fiscal wren you see him coming. of Rockcastle Countv reserves J C. Gibbs, who left this coun- The Richmond Pantagraph. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cummins the right to reject and or all ty several years ago and went to a short visit returned last week from a several bids. Arizona is here for $1500 M J.C.Moore. F. H. Mattingly. to his father weeks visit to their som, Sam, at ' W $iaoo Road Engineer Rockcastle Co. I25P Mr. Gibbs came to Chicago as a Cairo, 111. At Louisville they IIP delegate to the M. W. of A. Con- missed their train and had a sev Sealed bids will le received at MATERIALS OF SUPERIOR vention and stopped here on his eral hours wait. While waiting this office for the erection in QUALITY COMBINED WITH way to Morth Carolina to visit in Union Station Mr rf,m,;n.. eluding the flooring of one 90' PERFECT TAILORING MAKE his parents. Mr Gibbs is doing was approached by a fine looking, steel truss over Roundstone SHIELD BRAND CLOTHING well dressed man and asked if he Creek near well in the West. THE MOST POPULAR UNE Laugford Station un TO DAY THE NEW DEAtty. C C. Williams and Mr. would not like to take a walk. til i2 noon Wednesday August SIGNS NOW ON DISPLAY Mr. Cummins accepted the invi- 1st, 1917. s Details W. J. Sparks attended a meeting and plans on IN'SHIELD BRAND"CL0THING tation and the two started. After file in this office. Dixie Highway Associa FOR MEN ARE THE BEST of the The Fiscal a MODELS WE HAVE EVER HAD. tion at Berea yesterday and re- turning few corners and passing Court of Rockcastle County dowu some two or three alleys, DROP IN AND SEE THEM the right to reject any ports the movement to raisa the rr WILL BE A PLEASURE they met a third party. At this or all bids. necessary fuuds to complete the TO SHOW YOU F. H. Mattingly. thru Rockcastle and ILaurel. point Mr. C. was relieved of what road cash he had, amounting to $14 80 W. E. GRAVELY Road Engineer Rockcastle Co well under way. The Gibson Ho and ns friends disappeared. Mr. Brodhead, Ky. tel Co., of Cincinnati gave $1000 and Jthe manager of the hotel Cummins will not have to be told in the future to stay shy of those gave personally ioo. kind hearted strangers that he MT. VERNON FAIR cool by wearing Fish's might happen to meet in the city, Keep 8-9-- 10 clothino Am or any other place for that part. cool summer suits. 22 24 Go to Sutton and Mc Bee's for Wanted: To contract, job of any thing to wear. logging, about 3 miles west of Celebrate the Fourth in one cf Don't forget the ,Big Picnic, Hazel Patch on Rockcastle river. Fish's Special Blue Serge suits. Vernon Ky, June 2q. 1917 Brownings park Livingston July There will be about one million feet in the tract. Tiiis is good &. McBee are headquartSutton 4 i9i7. logging and is 11 opportunity up "No. 79" wlien Ca some for tne r'ght ni ' ' to want toCommunl 7 S? ers for that cool summer suit. Stanley has appointed Gov. cat with SIGNAL money. Appy to k.. l, l ayjnh, Dont forget the big picnic July John A. Tuttle to succeed A. H. Livingston KV, 4 i9i7 Browning park Livings- Caldwell as Magistrate iu the Rep., Valley Creek Lumbe. Co. ton. sixth district of Laurel County. Mrs. Bessie McClure who. as Alonzo Hansel has been ap Caldwell was recently appointed the assistant post master, at pointed Coroner to succeed H. County Judge. Livingston, is charged Jwith im Witt. Geo. L. Wren, prominent farm- proper handling of the Louisville Nashville R R Co mails, Djnt forget the Big Picnic er ard stock trader of the Boone s will have a loreliminary hearing ERNO SIGNAL LCMAi, WINCHESTER By "J. M." t i0bB3 TIME TABLE. uortn nortn pm Brownings Par Livingston July i9i7. 3:50 am 4 Be Patriotic, if you have a flag , n:44am south 12:13 am let it wave. Next Wednesday is South Tas. Landrum, Agent. the Glorious Fourth of July. 5.10 'f Road work has been delayed in this, Clark county on account of scarcityiiof teams that could be spared from the big crops "that were being put in. Farm hands are geUiug $2 a lay, that means good workers, 'slackers" not wanted. t Wagons and teams, with driver get $4 5o per day of 10 hours. Quarrymen $2. pid high cost of living has certainly kchanged things. Winchester has the smoothest and best "truant" officer in Kentucky or any other state. H sees that every child of school age attends. If they miss a day, he is right at their residence and learns the reason why, and does it in such a way he has scarcely an enemy today. During his many years of work he has not been compelled to send to jail more than three or four parents or guardians for refusal or neglect to send child- ren to school. "How good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity." Since the agreement has been reacht for the final routing of the Dixie-Boonthe above quotation comes home more forcibly. Dur ing the perilous time when mis- KEEP CGDL Uv j v Jo The coolest spot these hot days is the old swimming hole, but those who are too busy to stay in the water can wearing keep cool by FISH'S &LJz?rvJjcat -f.r-,.- J ,t THE GENUINE CLOTH fiFairc20Gu.w3miuak Jop-erato- rs AND e, , MOHAIR SUITS understandings, recriminations ets were aloose in the land, many thought there were some unfair fighters' for what they thought was right, and things were said lor which after an agreement was made, all regret-ed- . Today all is smoothed over and satisfaction rules and the hatchet has been buried deep on the site of the western pier of the new bridge, that is to be. near the mouth of Round stone close to where Bowman & Cock-rell'sawmill did work in years gone by. Should that rascally old scout. Will Owens, be caught with pick and shovel, at night, attempting to dig up this toma hawk there will be "trouble in de land". s Our business is to serve the people the best we can and we know of no better way than to try to keep you cool these hot days The cool line of ours that you 10,-00- need consists of Silk Sox, Silk Shirts, Panama and Silk Hats, Low Shoes and everything new men and boys wear. LET US KEEP YOU COOL. Mon-ticell- o The writer is laboring under much tribulation and sorrow, but from his observation and ex periences iu life it is not tht right thing to do to burden your friends too much with the revelation of your woes and troubles The friend's sympathy is great ind consoling, and one expects it, but it should not be imposed upon by a too far giving away to 10 ones grief. I appreciate be yond any words in which my thoughts could be expressed, tht many kindnesses shown by words and acts, by my friends in the loss of my son, Lloyd, the only remaining member of our little family, except myself. I will try and do my duty by taking up the thread of life ami work to at least be of some bene fit to mankind, even Jtho my loved ones have gone never to W leading cldESSSsS The Coolest Spot In Mt. Vernon 3ff3 000 ap PeopTe Progressive business man knows THEvalue an J convenience of a Checking Account; so does the up - to date professional man ; likewise the pngre-ive return. s farmer; and, too, We the wide.;xw.ike bume-wom.in. s!i ill I)' irlftj to initiate paople into details of kee;in a die kiii;' accjQnt, WILLI UK OLAI) TO TAKE FOR THE NEW LrHSRTY LOAN WE YOUR ORDER NDS. The Bank of Mf.Vernon Fits mm m jTjOOO m-- I Of" free-for-al- l. J To the People of Rockcastle : YOU and all iJnr Count in-la- w I want you to know that I am not lined with any other candidates for other offices. They are all my friends and I am running this race for Jailer all alone. I dent care who you are for in the other races. I want your support for Jailer and with it 1 am a winner sure. I mean to keep every piomise I make you, I am the man that will do the work for $300 a year less than you are now paying. Your friend. ROUND TRIP HOPKINSVILLE ROUND TRIP ' & J M0.55 July 7-8- Moxvwe -9 $4.25 June July 23-24-- 30 1-7- LIMITKDTO JULY 10 -14 L.&N. B.B. ACCOUNT LIMITED TO 15 DAYS L.&N.R.R. ACCOUNT I I I GO TO IT Aug. I I I Grand Lodge G.W.O.O.F. Kentucky Colored June 29 Summer School of the South Univer- t Qne29 Little Tom Taylor L. & N. Track Walker sity of Term. g I m Povnter. of London, was a guest of Miss Elisabeth Storm Sundav. She returned to her home Sun- The writer received a letter day night, Miss b ter in ac-- j from Stanford, Ky , dated June companied her Dr. W. P. Carter; 2i, iqi7, in which the gentleman bought the H. G Howard Dome Tires stated in substance as follows: stead Monday at the Master Com jt j 4-"Hprfi i a rlinniiio- fioni last missioner's sale at Mt Vernon weeks Signal, (whicli was attach for $60000. This is a rare little ed to letter) The fact "that some farm and worth t.vice that it cost mighty Rood work" is being d..nn the doctor. -- R. H. Hicks and at the new bridge at Renfro Dick Albright were in Mt Ver Creek does not amount to a d non Sunday. Mr andMrs. Krazie: to those of the tax paers of Hurt, anu little son, Fraier Jr., that part of Rockcastle county Mr. Hurt's mother and S L who do most of their trading in Cummins were here trom Crab U redhead and live in the Free t motorists more per only the old At Miss Bessie Orchard Tuesday. nmn iMfltfassl There should be! tire, but were also so tar interior to the present product, that iSpioule is with relatives aid the final cost the cost per mile was from SO to 100 or more some "mighty good work" lein per cent, higher than you pay now. frien Is in Williamsburg thi done on that biide across Sliivel a United State Tires the 'Royal Cord1, the 'Nobby1, the weak. Miss Ella Helle NewlanJ J 'Chain, the 'Utco' and the 'Plain', creek where the stone work ha-.- ; is the guest of rela ives in Rich one for every need of price and use, bten up for most a year. What Rronston Ivder was at motul. produced by the largest rubber manufacturer in the world, '' j benefit is the Dixie Highway to Pine Hill several davs this week produced by the most experienced tire manufacturer in the that part of Rockcastle who never telegraphing ' MUs Angie Hun:, world, KWr f?; did, nor never will, see a"tour-is- t a Mr llolk-exclusive, patented, vulcanizing produced by a time-trie" flv by on it. I mean on the of Maretbu g and process, were married in Cincinnati Sun Dixie Highway. By the way in produced of only the most carefully selected material, day. a previous editiot, of the Signal hae so far eclipsed every other make of tire that the Kditor said something to the United State Tire are famou for their mileage-givin- g qualities their low coat per mile. effect that if Rockcastle did MM June 12. 1917 The proof? the consistent and persistent tremenhurry and build the link bet VMM VI " dous sales increases of United States Tires. K Madison and Knox that tourists Mr. James a ret, Mt. Vornon, Kentucky. route would use seme other My Dear Friend: "Tounsts" They would not niise Permit mt to express my the Liutains of their Autos or sympathy for you on the accoant their Fords in passing were you of the loss of your son, Lloyd. Of sitting on the fence along side coarse we have to all go some A Tire for Every Need of Price and Ue the great highway. There is 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain1 'Uco' 'Plain' time, hut we are all sorry for .' much to be gained by sitting on you !!!!! I am mailing you under Wm United State TUBES and TIRE ACCESSOthe fence tanking at "tourists" RIES Hare All the Sterling Wurth and Wear seperale cover a short histr of Mf that Make United State Tire Supreme pass thru Go help the taxpix Billy Sunday, lie is doing gnat jtsBvm RKBg iaTLvNVk ersof the western part of Rock work up here. No one ever castle County. The money is thought that for three ;months the roads in worse gone and straight, every day, there would condition than ever. The great ne thousand attend his services 'Bione Way" is a fake so far Many HIT THE TKAIL It is as Kuckcastle is concerned. All Very impressive to hear Rodhaver the pike that yon will have is or "Ruddy" as he is called lead ou merchants of Brod Uaited States Tire are carried by the following Sales and Service Depot who can tell what Ihe choir of Ui unareds et voices BRYANT BROS. head Will build a little way each you which of the live type of Inited Stale- Tires exactly suits your needs and better still to hear the audiway out of town as you did be ence sing, such audiences contre". The readers can take the taining many thousands of voices above at what it is worth Our which fill to overflowing this -i lea for reproducing it is to large tabernacle. Ruddy his a & li" z show what other folks think oi trombone which he lays some our roads and the way our fimn times and at other times be sings. ..- rt; About two He has soaie fine voice It cat tie.-- . ces are handled. two prominent gentle over the entire enclosure. weeks ao The ran from Mt. Vernon came to hum popular song is: "Right in town, and it seemed that they the corner where you are'' It were out "gittin experience" ::s is Ruddy's job to open the meetthey were driving a new Ford ing and get the crowd to sing Haulage roadster. One of the dtiwis n This he does with surprising a Remarkable attempting to turn this car ran results Sometimes he Ins them into a gate, exciting the mother singing in one part et" tne p'a-lailroad of some boys that came near and ihe next ininnte he has then getting run over, came near hit singing In the other part, thteu ting a t'1 ephone pole but finall) before th t:song is completed succeeded in getting headed the they have been siiuiugin tiw-oyk enclosure. other directitn. The other gen six par's of the VPm tleinan remained on the ground It sounds like an echo from one 4fc cranking part of the house to the othei . to do the Becessary while the turning was going on, We are getting ready for the war tin in ver ming rm engine a Some are drilling, some heing n M& others number of times. Shortly, how shipped to France and kC rxzzytm dy to join t e s r ever, they left town the officiul are getting re tiSawi w3& cranker driving, who seemed to vice. Many are taking liberty 'Ints: Ci Sfctv l2a&&TC, that b.nds. ln fact nios every want to leave the impress-otaken them. The ti ne f r he was an expert, but i crots leaving town the en taking the bond- - uil bupon the creek gine died nain, ai d the preach r June 15. iyl7 and th y line not 151 WC"" x hid n wde into the water much sold epiite enough up le data but over Kis slices to g''t more crank it ts hoped that in tin' next two Thejf are be:l days there will be en High ing experience J&mzm Sinm-cn .r good natured lellows and seetne;t Maini.' ii li'in ! on i visit r in Now Y t firsl doiiii; well h to enjoy fne exjerience clas. C C. Davis. and dauglrei She is a Social Avhr Rwr n and Mr. and Mrs. W. 11 Krugf, institution which aids wivwnil Bfew.TVSV of Mt. Vernon, were in town girls. She lias jnsfc tdve i a exC WL the past sixteen yesrs the L. & N. has hauled through TOURING sive,,al hours Thursday of lat amination for Pruhmtion Otti er the South 1 33,796,950 tons of coal, for industrial and do- wtok. Anuinterof Mt. Vernon This position is a fm IMW if she If this vast tonnage were loaded into L. & N. mestic purposes. s Sunday School workers aitei oed linds it. Tush is :.t TotnpUins 50-to- n coal cars it would require 2,675,939 such cars modern, tue meeting of Ihe liock ast'e Cove, N Y where be is hi to hold the coal. If these cars were coupled they would make a single H le School Association at the harge of the iu n. w rhk h far train extending practically around the world. Good service at remarkably low Christian church Sunday after nithfj the H)wer lor u io of the rates was rendered on this enormous volume of traffic which involved millions of detail noon. M. G. Fish, the Coun, largest roch ct ushing pl;nts in and supplied lucrative employment and support to hundreds of thousands of people of president was in his place a. the countrv Ho has a tine the South. Increased facilities are added as fast as L. & N. earnings permit. Mr. lish is a great Sun private home with a garden. Ho Hi ml Coal is essential to industry and personal comfort. It is therefore a commodity and an tands head lias a garage th t automohilo day school man and tixr-m"tn is about an extremely low freight rate. And yet during sixteen years 32.5 per cent He carrying and shoulders above the faithful her of our amily. It VottJd of L. & N. freight service was rendered to the people of the South on this necessity Mrs. W E. Gravely and please us very much if you lew. at an extremely low fate. This is practical, constructive Wo children are with her sifter, would CTine up and see us In addition to distributing this enormous amount cf coal, the L. & N. paid v Mrs. H. H. Huteheson, at Mid cnuld show vou in anways things $43,082,955.39 for fuel which has afforded employment and financial revenue to the tr.iii Tush is only a short dleshoro. Mr. and Mrs. Gideon West Point and he could dlWfl coal mines of the South, and has been the means of distributing millions of dollars Taylor, of .Richmond, were with ou up there to see "Dress Paamong the merchants and manufacturers. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Albright rade". We could go up he HudSaturday and Sunday. A few son on a 'boat which is only a & Co. hirty mile sail. You could see davs ago Mr. 'and Mrs. Taylor the palisades also where Rip The Old Reliable (4) celebrated their ,50th year wed Van Winkle had his long sleep. ding anniversary. Mr Taylor, Of course I could take yc u wro ,is jseventy five years old. around the City and to Coney andon a trip out to sea is the last of his generation, and Islaud for deep sea fishing I guess I Mrs. Taylor, ho is seventy two will not have time for any furth years old, is .the youngest of a er writing as tne men are BETHURUA X bEWIS generation, and she is a sister of coming in and we must assign ATTORNEYS AT LAW the late Rev. Edwards, a noted them. MT VERNON, KY. Sincerely, Baptist preacher. Kev. Edwards Will practice in all the courts. of Mrs A E Bill Jones. was the grand-fatbOffice in Bethurum Building. Albright and Mrs. J. W Tate of Our line of Couch Caskets s ATBXASWOHDER Lh. this place. Elder L. N Bowling is unexcelld at Gum regular services held Eland-mad( offins furniahec Wedneson Copper-Cree- g BR OD H EAD - V - ur " Met Contents 15 P In id )rachii GASTOBiA For Infants and ssssMsaniassBnsiBaBsllsmatssCI H - H Iren. P.-s- Ri :P fth ft -- A ewer ire Cost ver CASTORU ALCOHOL-- 3 suiiiiiiiii-i- , Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria NOW PER CENT. AVcdablcFrcparationfar. ;3 awl ling theStomacte Bagasg. 1J pjii r iy ifc iJ4IMI, m. QvccrfulncssandResLCootu Hy-Oni.im. Merpnine h Thereby PramoiinDw1 Mineral. Always Dears me Signature 01 jacousA.fm3a( PumpXm JbrlmUt AmiirSm Not Narcotic, f fcAivr fa As aV V , Sm AtxSrmSail VI I Ar y d, Co w JjfErbuteSM Harm Stmt CanM "Wr jittrp"i Remedy for NEW YORK CITY (nstipaSonanaDiartwa. and Fevcnshncss SLEEP nuUinfromjn'nftnt "f Facsimile Signature DreCEsrBCoMPaor-1 LOSS OF " United States Tires Are Good Tires MassssassssssssssssBsassssssssiissssssssssssssssssssssssSHHs iF W For Overr ft Thirty Years Tmc ln i jflWYUWV VHty Ks. WW Ik !CftSTQl?fi Exact Copy of W appcr. ;cnTh;r :r"i wtWNT' JL rr 0 0 R.H. MILLER - LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon. --f- Kentucky MW&Kil ,?i - D5.7Q0.Q5O TONS OF COAL of m CALL ION US if you need anything 8 8 . Record e in the drug line Prescription Wot ': ! ' r PHONE 39 IXEPq ' Al .31 -- I I yTyTvr tvt , tf mm n,-ha- s 1 1S sa m rZ m " -- -- ML Yj&vk irPK&S.'SW iSHI&cSlti'tjBflLlili ?- si'. - At--Z?5!KiS. -- lUiiaiiiivi 3SIS hKjd$$& afin VS& i-- ' , ?k --- - aI i to3Bsm& . .. . - -- K..VT L '.! ht:vm . - : r. I nLWk'SS!- - -- ' XLrhxP HomeBsautifiers The two home besutifien flowers, an ! l : VC: all-ste- el i j Hanna's Green Saal Paint Flowers about the home never fail to lend a charm, and make the home more attractive, -- and in tu same way the use of Hanna's Green Seal Paint b. lghtens and beautifies. Vherever this paint Is used dirt and dirtiness must disappear decay and deterioration of prop-rtis arrested, and a much more attractive home is always the certain result. v d Ixtjisvil,le Printed Formula On Every Package. Nashville Railroad SOLD BY i For Sale by J. $ DocSrt&oeJ N B. NOE 3C3K&3C8tx4 xjJc8cpocr- GRANVILLE OWENS j UNDERTAKER J I UNDERTAKES e er 1dWs ijft I em :yyyyyyoi, ATTORNEY-A- T TBrodhead -C- Ky OMPLETE LINE ' rrflW fsMM il sent to all parts of i the County. ocxpci 3c$Dce3fc: C. C. Williams fl t& LAW W -- Q-W All orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX. Phone 94--S M J . VERNON, KY. Church St. Special atten , tion given collections. 'PNONE 8o OFFICE. Onaod.floo ref Mcanic or Mt. Vernon. ,.n v. him. Prom 100 to 150 people attended the Masonic Celekidney and bration at Crab Orchard from TITE Texas Wonder cures gravel, cures I bladder troubles, dissolves weak and lame backs, rfceumahere Saturday. Mrs. J. F. Har- isnj diabetes,irregularities of the kidneys and and all been very sick so bladder in both men and women. If not soldris, who has by your druvcist. will be sent by mail on reeipt of SI. One small bottle long, is in a very critical condi- treatment and seldom fails to Is two months' perfect a cure. expected to live Send for testimonials from this and other tion and is not States. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2821 Olive Street, but a short time Miss Kate 6t.Louia.Mo. Sold by dnuoUt. Ady. - Grove day night. A. k M. Hiatt Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled lsftfl?TsiTlsiPTn'tisfi "t stsffsM zyrttor&y4&&& .ASTORI4 CASTO?. ?2tlldren Ors FOR FLETCHERS Children C U FlTCrtER