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Mount Vernon signal: July 13, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917071301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 13, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUBLISHED EVER FRIDA fill lentil! MT. VERNON, sutnal ... HtthY 3f-- ESTABLISHFT) 1887 VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917 -- NUMBER 42 Mullins has always been true to his party and all of its nominees. Ballard has never been a true party man, but has time and again tried to destroy the party by voting and working against its nominees. Which one, then, will receive your vote? The real man, or the man who wont keep his promises and wont stand by the party in time of need? I believe ;that honor should be practiced in politics as well as business, and that when I promise a man to support his candidacy 1 should be bound by that promise, and that if 1 repudiate it I am not worthy the confidence of men. In addition to the above reasons why Ballard should not be be should be refused another term because he has made"a woeful failure. His administration has been characterized from start to finish by reckless extravagance and waste of the peoples money. If he should be again placed in control of the office of county judge, and should waste the county's money during the coming four years as he has wasted it in the past, my judgment is that the county would be plunged into such hopeless bankruptcy that it would not recover in the next fifty years. Ballard has no business caoacitv. and besides he cares nothing for the people or their interest, and being tnus constituted and disposed, he is a dangerous man with whom to entrust the destinies of the county for (another term. Cam Mullins has shown by his conduct of the office of sheriff, and by the business like manner in which Jlie has administered the affairs of that important office, that he has the business capacity to run the office of county judge. Any man who can successfully handle the office of sheriff of a county, can likewiae make a success as county judge. They charge that Mullins is not competent. There is not a day in the year that he is not more competent to serve as county judge of Rockcastle County than Ballard. He possesses good common sense, business capacity, and above all. a e to see the law faithfully executed. He has been a world of assistance to me in the execution of the duties of the office of circuit judge, and isince I have had an opportunity to observe the man and his ability to handle important matters of law enforcement, I teel and know that he would be the proper man to entrust with the office of county judge. God knows that I would not want to impose upon the people of my native country an unworthy and incompetent man for high official position. You people have stood by me in all my struggles. You have helped me to overcome every obstacle that obstructed the pathway to official position and personal success. In fact you have never hesitated to show your confidence inand affection for me, and I would suffer my right arm severed from my body rather than give you incorrect advice in such an important matter. 1 know that Cam Mullins is fully competent fulfill the duties of the office of county judge, and I believe he would make one of the best the county has ever had. All ithis talk about his want of ability is an effort to deceive and mislead. I have had abundant opportunity to determine whether or not he is competent to hold this office, and I say with all the earnestness that I possess that he is abundantly qualified, and from all iudica- (Concluded on Second page) da-sir- I Wl!l!ll .. ' IA f Y N, x I t -. . - 2 -- , uJ ,.r . m FOR FATHER OR SON IN -i ," s $ -- v ini - Age has nothing to do with clothes. A man of sixty has as much right to look as well as the younger ones, We have styles ter both. Special values in Cool Cloih JUDGE B J. BETHURUM. To & Palm Beech. the Republicans of Rockcastle County: Somerset, Ky., July 2nd, I9I7. & SuttonVERNON,McBee MT. KY. The primary election for the nomination of a county ticket will soon be held in Rockcastle County, and 1 naturally feel interested in tbe personal of the ticket. Two years ago I was, as you know, a candidate for the republican nomination for the office which I now hold. I was importuned to make the race bv good republicans all over uthe district, but the republicans of my home county made an appeal to me which was at once touching and impressive, and which was in a great measure responsible for my getting into the race for reelection. That appeal was signed by all the newly elected county officials, including vour present county judge. In order that you may have your attention directed to it. and fOVl memories refre-heconcerning this appeal, it is here given: d Judge J. Bethurutn, Somerset, Ky. Dear Judge: B. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Jan. 5th, I9I4 v. B & vEiianaw IftBitL : J i m '"' t V Fred Corneli u s Prompted by nuueious .sol'ui latiflt from Laurel and Kick CMtle rouiitus. M well as an ani-biiioii of inv own to ace nipiisli something worth while in ft'. I have derided to be a eand'dato for the nomination and t lection t the office of Representative Having tried to make speeches for the Republican part- - since before I became a voter, of course I am subject to the action of that party, as, wll be expressed at the August primary, i'Ji7. I was born in a log cabin, in Laurel countv, reared on a poor farm and trained in all the hardships known in the epenence of a poor boy. By laboring early and late I have acquired my own education, amid many discouragements and disappointments. I have taught nine years in the public schools. I also am a farmer 1 will labor and vote for any measure that 1 - JUDGE G. M. BALLARD TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: You no doubt read the article in last week's Signal entitled: "Record of County Judge Exposed " It seems that I must have done something for the 3 years that I have served as County Jud?e as n takes all the sheets of the Mt. Vernon Signal to publish it, three men to get up the record and one to sign it. So far as to my platform of four years ago, I have carried out, or attempted to so do, every letter of it. I told you then that if elected County Judge no man would be able to put a collar around my neck to do his bidding and this I have kept, and will continue the same services if nominated and elected again. So far as my salary as County Judge, I went on record and only ask for the $6oo, but the governing authorities held it as the prior order stood, viz: $800.00 per year and of which my predecessors had been receiving. So far as the pauper claims of the county are concerned I will leave that with the merchants of the county and also to the ones who have received assistance. I can safely say, Mr. Mtllins, that you had a sister that received help for your uiece, I am sorry to say, who is now in the asylumAnd on the other hand one of your strongest supporters, old man Bill Cotton, a cripple, is now receiving assistance and has been for years. Will you top this claim if yon should be County Judge? I can further say Mr. Mullins, that the last few years has been a very trying time on the, sick and afflicted people of not only Rockcastle county out other counties as well. Now, Mr. Mullins. 1 am not responsible for the Janitor work of the county as the courts have so decided that this is left in the hauds of the jailer. I did try to stop it but as you state, the courts decided aganst me and you got your cost in that suit which ou should have givea on your terms of (Continued ou last pape) - will aid the farmer. but just and fair that his every interest should be protect ed, as it is he who protects life and keeps the wheels of industry moving. I am in full sympathy whh the laboring class, and will vote for any measure that will be to their interest. I shall stand for the total erad ication of the Liquor Traffic, and as further evidence of my position on this question have made a number of temperance speeches in this and surrounding commu n- ( Continued on 2nd pae.j It is i n ,:t is faded The undersigned newly elected officeis of Rockcastle Coun' Wi. ty, heieby ask and request you to stand for re election as judge of this judicial district. 1st Because we have known Vnu through your whole life tHw I - rai "f ia?i ' 3s ' know that you have lived 11 lift; blameless and above reproach and in every respect, ar.d that you have the confidence and respect el all the people of the county of your birth. 2nd Because you are thoroughly qualified and competent to till the office, and are now filling it wiih great ability, and to the .satisfaction of all. 3rd Been use you are a true and loyal republican and never sulk nor try to defeat nominees of the republican party but always faithfully and loyally support them. 4 -- That because of your ability as a lawyer, your excellent record as a judge; your sterling republicanism, your spotless character as a man, the people of this county are demanding that you again make the race for circuit judge. G. M Ballard, Co Judge, B. R. Gentry, Co. Atty, b. V Bowman, Co. Clerk, Cam Mullins, Sheriff, P. M. Rash, Assessor, T. J. Nicely, Circuit Clerk, W. A. B. Davis, Supt. of Schools, W. F Catron, Coroner, James Winstead, Jailer, Dee Cummins, Deputy Sheriff, TO THE CITIZENS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, ESPECIJack Abney, Deputy Sheriff, and all the dis- ALLY THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: trict officers. It has been circulated by some three or four persons, some of some of them office seekers in RockcasI was delighted with this indorsement of the republicans of whom are office holders and the county, made through vour county officials, and so personally tle county who are Republicans and who pretend to be loyal Ameriexpressed myself to all or the signers of the above writing. Judge can citizens, that I have made disgraceful statements against our Ballard often reiterated his promise of support, made in this letter flag, our country and our president. I request the citizens of Rockcastle county, as well as the Demand indorsement, and on one occasion at a meeting of several of my of friends at the court house made a speech in which he said he was ocratic voters to demand those, who have made these statements for me heartily and would make a fight for me. He also wrote me and who in the future make these statements, to swear out a w; r Immediately against me, in which they set up the exact lana personal letter in which he avowed his intention of supporting me. rar.t alleged statements and say to them that it is their duty Now you naturally would expect a man to keep his promise, guage of the to do that at once; and if they do not do as you remade to a candidate for office, and especially so when that man had as loyal citizens that their object in this is false, untrue and been honored by a great county like Rockcastle as its highest officer. quest, you may know purpose, and that purpose is to save their party of opposiBut he violated his pledge of support often made and went out over for a selfish election. this judicial district and tried to make speeches against me, and sup tion in the November that the Democratic voters Of Rockcastle county are not I know ported a candidate of another, an absolute stranger, whose qualificaas to let false statements of this character, from so narrow-minde- d tion to hold the office of circuit judge was questioned by the ablest Republicans, prejudice their minds against a candidate on the Demlawyers of the district. 1 Your present sheriff, Cam Mullins, who is now a candidate ocratic ticket, and that you will think of them as do, that any man for county judge on the republican ticket, signed that indorse- who would put at stake the patriotism of his nation and its individual ment and appealed to me to make the race for circuit judge, and citizens, in order to accomplish a few minor objects in county politics his conduct in that election showed that his word is as good as is not worthy of being an American citizen. I have always voted the Democratic ticket in national and state his bond. My cloT relatives did not support Mr. Mullins in his race for sheriff four years ago, and he well knew that fact, but when races since I have been a voter; twice I have voted for our president; Democratic Governors of the state. 1 intend to he put his signature to a writing containing a sacred promise to I have voted for all support the candidacy of a man for office, he stood faithfully by always vote the Democratic ticket, in National, State and County that promise and delivered the goods at the polls. Nothing more races. This I have to promise to the Democratic voters of Rockcastle, is required to convince any man that Mullins, from the standpoint I will always remain loyal to our nation, to our president, to our of personal integrity, is the one who should be nominated No man that you nominate me as your condidate for tde whose promise is worthless should be placed in a responsible posi- flag and to our party. If I will make a fight such a the Republition. Ballard made the promises with full knowledge of all the office of County Attorney, never met with in this county, and should I be defeated facts and circumstances connected with my candidacy, and then cans have basely broke them. Mullins is too good a man to repudate his for the office which I am seeking, the Republican who beats me, will he lives, that he had opposition in the No promise. After I was nominated over Ballard re never forget, as long as fused to support me in the final race, and voted and worked for vember election 1917. Very truly yours, Cress, my democratic opponent. Mullins stood like a hero and W. a. KRUEGER. helped to save tEe district from the calamity that then threatened it. W. H. KRUEGER. aaaMaaaaaaaaa '" r n i j " ?v 2 Ml .EhNON SIGNAL enough to last throughout ;ilio winter, live ;in well then as at otber limes, and FridaV, Julv 13. i9: at therMte lo. cost? We all love to solve our proU ms, with Published every Friday by out help Irom oth'rs. The food problem is Mm world's hifgvst EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. problem today. But it is ore $IO that every man, with a very UBSCRIPTION ONR YEAR of land at his disposal, can Advertising rates maue known on solw for h n:s If. tables and few-acres frit M ONEYTOL O Wo are willing ,.t ;:!! times to smw you in our application MKMBHR OF OIL NEWS. (Jas Co is . now at work on the Josiall Meece place and have gone down about 25u it. This is the Iftl; well this Concern has put down, with a good showing of oil in two. The last well drilled b, them No. 2 on the R L. Brij farm showed a fine quality of on sand of more than 20 ft thickness. The Rockcastle Oil & fullest capacity end request thai you give us the opportunity to do so. We cordially kivite you t open an account with us. Open an account today, no matter how small. Interest p;til on Savings Acc ant. re Yo tied? ;sns3a faTO2KS22&&iatiaH V uiHiS S : 2 JL ' The 171.0' you in every feature Fully prepared to satisfy S3 W" OfsafHsOC "Hlfll w 5 si 3n TL, IS KWNTIKKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION The First State Bank LIVINGS TON, KY. of a safe and sound Ranking Business, More new accounts. More new business each dav. DIRECTORS: S AN NO I N( KHKNT. We A; a Art- CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIFFIN, Authorize) to Announce V. H. KKri-.iil.lot-th- Humiliation fo: Ciiiint J Attorney of Rockcastle, Mihj. c to 'lie anion f tli.' Democratic patty al August Prim w; WIT. We are aatfcariaed o MMKMMMB Cha- - T Riddle of Brodtiead, Kv , District Cii.lidate for May StratiBraanM and S tt N. Krodh-ai- l I're eftacta, (abject to Democratic Primary Aujr 1. 117 camlii'ate Oil On The Math'ws-Senthas contracted with the Roc',; castle Oil ft Gas Co. to begin z I). LEWIS, I,. W. BETHURUM, JOHN C. GRIFFIN, A .1 WATCH US GROW U. G Baker, Pres. W. M.COITONGIM, Vice-President SPARKS, . W. J. Sparks, F.L.Thompsonr Jr., Cashier Vice-Pre- s. drilling in the Pongo section on o before August IS. The Shale r diill will work immediately on the ll.;rv Alink p lac, or in thit vicinitv. In tiic eastern pirt of the c- an ty, the Republic Oil Co vhieii AXNOl N( KMKNTS. has bougiu out ibe Konluc.x We am authorized to announce tht 'inducers Oil C. brought in :i follow uiy inoii! mn Raadidalmi for iln ofti.v le CutlUty, well last week on Squire Li-in Koeki elec-tioabject to the 1J inililic.m bert'e jplace, which- is pumping in August, 1H17: about five barrel p'r day. Th s ink JUDGV, Caaa Mallias, at MLVermm, Ky. company is now at wok on tlie G. M. Ballard, of Mt. V.rnon, Ky. E. M. Tredway place Tba V J J. N. Grima, of Spiro, Ky. sparks Co are doing the drilling FOR OOfTKTV ATTORNEY. a the Tredway place E. bt-gi- i. - President C. M T?3r5Zr.ff2J Argo L'h.ispi.iitc -- I IT. G. BAKER. i EaSd.VcJ'5s3D3CT SXr'-Sa-T- 3V:K3ut2afeE Floyd E Miller, Assft Cashier i 'WS'll I 1 il iSjhi "I THOMPSON, Cashier iBragftg. I :i-t n - R. (ienlry. of Mt. Wrnoii, Ky. E. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Kv. S. D Iewis. of Mt Vcriiou. hy. B. TO THE VOTERS OF RO 'ASTLK: T I ifMRli -- FOR KflBIUPP. Tiji Laaajfori, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. 1.. (J. Clark, of Orlando. Ky. Conway, KV, Julv !. UH7 am i'( Itably informed that V H. IliddL- - his male and swo.n to an affidavit wlrch he to some ex mtdLrrect Foil COUNTY COURT CLERK, J. B. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon. Kv. S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. J antes Proctor, of Orlando. Ky. tent is trying to keep a secret FOR JAILHR. "Little" Tom Taylor, of Mt Vernrn.K.v. Laame liimm i . of Mt. Vcratm, Ky. .;. w. Daefcer, of CcaYanrUe, K. .1. m. Souihards. of Fine Hill, Ky. of Ml. Vernon. Ky. R. B. Shephard, of Orlando, Ky. .1. W. ChasUrt n. of .lohiRtta, Ky. J. L. Arnold, of Livingston, Ky. Jas. Winsteal, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. S. A. Drew, of Burr. Ky. Harry Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. aa Shi'lton, of Livingston, Ky. Eugene Oentry, of Fine Hill, Ky. FOR SIFT. OF SCHOOLS. Mrs. Alice Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. R. Dicki-rson- , of Livingston, Ky. FOR ASSESSOR. C. T. Sitrinon, of Wildie. Ky. W. H. Carmical, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. liank Mulliii-.- , -- . from me and my fi lends by not making his statement )ubhc by publishing in the paper so that it might b teen by all concerned This affidavit is stntin that 1 made the ass i:ion tiiat I would not be a candidate foi coiistahle unless. I. H. Lambert would make I want the race for magistrate to make this statem-n- t that I Have you ever noticed how some houses always have a way of looking better and more attractive than any of the others near them? Analyze this difference, and many times you will find it is due to the fact that these houses are always kept well painted, and in harmonious colors. Upon further inquiry you will also find in a majority of the cases that the paint used is It rontains uondt'i'lnl elements th' in in concent rated t ihlel !' m l which in ca.-takr and q irkijf .trsimiil.ved and absorbed into i! lbs system, and From vutith age, builds and rebuilds h dy and bain in beanttful harinHi with Nature's perfe tlan riiil's whv" Argo Phowpha'e mikes good solid ilo-d- i and uiasc es. Kproial Notice: Ariro I'll phate contains th Natural phns phatea which ihonsnnds of phy- iciTus are presiril ing da ly t build up ihin, pal t. colorless we men to give thetn rosy cheeks, a n t H conpl4ji red lips, and n km. Many cases nave been a be re women have in creased their weiht from 15 to lT) pounds witha few weeks trettt meat, and any women wl o desii es d a well roundrd and deel form. Rhould se ure Irom her druggist, thia new drug shiefa la inexpensive and is dispe rssd teliable dtnggisl with ir t y I inii in ibe&e mmv 'JS'fep'j j 1 db5& "W . I M 1 T?nTm WYOEK-'BOSTQN via Louisville & Nashville Railroad 30-Da- y Limit Round Trip Tourist Fares From Mt. Vernon i NEW YORK $34.30 BOSTON $36.15 i re-l'rU- 'd Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in ihe East and Merlh . ' tV B i wgy. 2"" i & !TT Variable route fares available through Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia. Kcw York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls. Buffalo. Detroit, Atlantic City, the AUiron-dack- s. Lake Champlain, and other citks and resorts of the East and North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. For particulars, rates, f:lders, etc., apply iv-an- vithout s doctor's prescript If your druggist will not supply '. ia J. arfn i A. LANDRLM, Ticket Agent you, setul 00 to the Argo I.ab- - never made this remark to FOR COUNTY SUKVKYOR. Rev. Win. M. Durham, .lohnetta, Ky FOR MAGISTRATE Fiust District, W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. FofUTII DlSTKKT. G. W. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. .lo-ia- h Naaea, of Hansford, Ky. FOR CONSTABLE, Fifth District Fikst District, J. A. Jones, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. FOR REPRESENTATIVE 71st District. Laurel and Rockcastle. Jelm R r lojd, f Laurel Coi nty. G. A. iettle, of London, Ky G W. Vandeventer, of Laurel County. Fred Cornelius, afLaard County. The forecast from the Dopart merit of Agricullure, brsed on crop conditions, July first, show:-tha- t i he American people have not slept the summer away. There !are sixteen million Jmort acres in corn than we had last year; thirteen million more than in any previous year. The wheat crop, discouraging as it has been will be about thirty-eigh- t million bushels better than last year And the potato crop will be about thirty two million bushels better than the best crop in past vears. All et this shows how quickly America can divert a threatniny world famine. Fvery rea A merican is proud of his country's answer to the appeal of our Pres ileut for our best effort. Rock castle county responded to this appeal well, but we can do more yet than we have do-.- e. Manj bushels of apples rot on the ground, in Lthis county, every year The surplus m our gar dens often decays vhere it grows. Enough black-berrie- s went to waste here lat year to have loaded several cars We are all guilty of this sin ct waste. These things may look commonplace, but the number of bushels of corn, wheat, potatoes, etc. thit we cau seud to Europe depends largely on the quinity of these other things that we put up for the home use. Furthermore, average farmer buys very little to eat during the summer months. Yet, be lives better during these months than at any other time. Why should he not put up vege -- Riddle or any other will deposit $10 in the Bank of Mt. Vernon for any in in that will prove that I ever made such a statement. J am, and hs6 !)e?n, i candidate for this office long be fore W H. Riddle made any an nounci.ment that he was a candi I have served date for the office the people in this capacity for some time to the satisfaction uf the people whom I have had any bus iness with 1 am a candidate for re election to this office solely on my own merits and am not con nected in this race with any one I ask the voters of this Magisterial district to make all necessary inquiries into my record as an of ticer and upon that record I pro pose to make the race for the nomination for re election subjeot to the actiou of the Republicans of this district on August 4, 19i7 When I was a cmdidate four years ago W. H. Kiddle was against me and did all he could, but I had no idea of his coming out against me and making the race, his aim is not to be elected, which he must know there is no chance, but in order to take from me enough rotes' to elect another man. I have been a voter foi 40 years and have always supported the party. W. H. Riddle two years ago voted the Democratic ticket to my own knowledge, 1 was an officer of the election and he claimed to be unable to vote in the booth on account of his eye sight and therefore voted on the table and voted the Democra ic ticket. I am informed bv J. W. Mink that he voted for Woodrow Wilson for President last fall, and W. K. Riddle told him he did s ). As f understand tin act alone would make it iigainst the custom of the Republican party if not against the law, to become a can didateandask the Republicans to elect him as a republican when his last votes cast were for Dem ocratic candidates. I do not like the idea of being compelled to do this against my brother, but can not afford under the circumstan ces to let those assersions go un answered. W. H. man, and I Hanna's Green Seal Sold By Says Phosphates Make i3eautiiul Women and WE ARE DRIVING ALONG at of ;i Strong, Healthy, Vigorous, Robust Men. S) aajrieakaral and foad r;it making friends very nsjrrhassif of our fj i V JW-f- f V' - .' Physicians ail over the world are For Sale by J. B. NO np-peal prescribing phosphates to build up run downenemicconditHMM and those who have treated their patients with Argo-Phosphate lay 1 r".- s rKi sr.h .. m.iWaiMjt-'!... . . W JZT"v-'7 1' t ' & t i L'.'-.- JUDGE BETHURUM (Continued from 1st page.) tions ho will be the rext county judge of your good county. I to you not to make another mistake. I warned you four years ago what would happen if Ballard should he elecled county judge. For the reasons given in this letter is is my intention to come to Rockca-tl- e County and make speeches in beh;ilf of Mr. Mul his nomination, and appeal to the Republican party to lins and urge rapport hun in the coining primary. To do so means to stand by the party itself, to siuud lor law enforcement, for good government in the eoutvy, and for the commercial development and growth of the county in future years. Your sincere friend, B. J. BatTHDSOaf. are changing th n, ei'.cinic wi h toneless women tissues, Habbyflesh.into ihe most benutiful rosy cheeked and p lump round formed women imag' ivabls per-cent- They know after the first trial th;i' i.ur pasaal are asads el lac best aaal most uii ruble tratori.ils, aaaaV ioaed in the most expert asanner, and that we lae weariBg eayarity of ererythiss we seil aK triiuli our prices are so reassarsslc in every department. u;ir-antes .inn & CORNELIUS. (Coutinued from 1st page, ities. If nominated and elected, and I have good reasons to believe that I wdl be, I shall always gbe found at my post of duty and will register my protest with every ounce of my energy againt the' present unfair representation as fusteted by the party in power in this State. James Winslead I am in favor of a fair ,redis- b'oit Jailer. t ricting law, based on the State's present population, complying1 I am No. 14 on the ha'lot. with the mandates of the State Don't forget to leek for Wiastesd Constitution giving La every sec- last man on the list of Jailers, tion of the State equal represen-tation in making laws to govern FV. FtWlgnr ToCobsOH l ;' -- - O way Atlanta Gil. Dr. Jaeobson said recent interview that 9 of enemia cornea from nor uu-- i breakdown which can only be corrected by auppiving the necessary phosphates to t fie ner vous system that is Sacking in the food yu eat, and this can be quickly aupplkd by taking o:.o oi tab two "i grain nnal, and at bed 'etsif cr eacha time It will in many eases no ke a pale scrawney face the picture I have et health in a few dayfl women that I expected seen would have to be kept under treatment ter months restored to perfect health in one or two weeks time time. in a Argo-Phosph- ate c. c. Mt. Vernon, I I cox Opposite Court House ::-- : .;.. TH ' - .:. - v ; I JONAS WIcKENZIE : 8 m ". SpDCIAL NOTlCfC The Arjr -. - 1 fully realize the important dutie:, of the ffice under the existing circumstances in Kentucky. This J.State is now over four million dollars in dent; therefore it becomes necessary to abolish all unnecessary offices, commissions and boards, that were created to give SOOM ward politician a job at tl e expei.se of 1 ( SayS,Dper Cent 01 WO- men need Phosphates to give them Strong, Healthy, rounded figure and to avoid Nervous break down. Thousands of women Phosphate recommended by L b ti. Jaeobson oirai :s ph. a phatea such as are prescribed ly leading physicians throughout th world aad it will be found bum efiectiv! form for treating patient) with Nervous Dysp. psia, Stem acta troubles, Brain Fas. and Nervous Prostration. It will re wew youthful vim and viror, and builri up the whole body I! your droggiat will not supply you with Argo Phosphate, send jl.oo for two weeks treatment, to Argo Laboratories, io Forsyth St., rt.tlar.ta, Ga. :aP,, o, ltT y&r.mfJK&j :'. :. of A good line : rA.' A A,' A A.' -.-X. TJk. ' OLD RELIABLE j - r.1'f ve.4 mjxMJxMj& - T S 2 ii&cirqzfarTQxix 2&xifr;Mw& ycx$$x$xkj0kjr g General Merchandise m a. j Farm Implements f 9jnejrara ROUND TRIP l Naturefs aud influence. ' I am n young man and ask this (fs honor of mo thin i mv hpciuoni o J a chance in life to make a public the Field, you taxpayers. I appeal to you for your vote grow strong in ,j trie Lilies 01 ,i. r iOI 19.25 July 21-22-- 23 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER j H brodhead COMPLETE LINK--CofBCaskets and Robes ns, Ky --- -- record. For your support "and influenc in t How They Grow" LIMITKDTO JULY 31 Yours &c, B. A. RIDDLE. GO TO IT I I MT. VERNON FAIR Aug. 8-9-- 10 I I this race I promise you hon.-sThe life el the lily is but a few and zealous service in offiv. weeks or months The life of man is "three score years and Help me to win ten." But to live one's life in its Very truly yonrs, fullness, women like the lily, Fred Cornrlics. mul be nourished by those same vital elements which nature provides for nourishing every living thing; and these include the valu FC FLETCHERS able phospha es so often lacking 4 in the usual food we eat today ! U.&1V. B.R. dcc Mail, Telegraph or Tele- ACCOUNT phone orders Promptly Filled Children Cry Encampment Uniform Rank Woodmen of the Wo'ld. July 20 ye&x3yc& xSy0frycmyQkjiftorxxxx CASTORIA CAUSE OF DESPONDEN'CY. and quiclrly dissaara whea Despondency is often carsed Chamberlain's Tablets are taken. t y indigestion and constipation, These tablets strengthen toe d- i- m GO TO IT Ty j f aJB xa f8 '1 t S3ba BIG BBS day: AUGUST 8, 9, 10, 1917 ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vkrnox Ky, July 13, 1917 1 New Ampitheatre NO IMMORAL SHOWS new every oaj at School Books, Tablets, pencils, Something Fish's. Qxford t etc at Dkummond'b. kinds cheap at Mc Bee's. Sutton .ill 1.75 . 79 ud ' No. 70" w e wnnt to Com m nn cae with IIONAL 1 "79 Bart Hoar Jguests of are looking for you at the Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Jar the family of Dr. M. L. Myers Daughters of America, Fish fry, Tops. Rubbers, etc at at his Maple street home. The Dkummond's. All roads leads to lit rt.on July 27, 7:00 p m Come. party, on their return home, in Fair An- -. Wanted: All the blackberrtea your fault if you pay high the afternoon, was accompanied It's lean get. Will pay the bigheat prices for slippers now. as far as Lexington by Dr. Myers ICC.SVLLi uNtS'lV'LEP f! Co. Meal lig. I' price in cash or goods. & McFiee. and family and ye good roadsman Sutton W. F. Bakbr. TIME tabu:. .1. K Nor, Every thing now ready for the The visitors came over the Dixie- v u l.JU J.lo p m II nl ITiala'a or..i j in ire It. Vernon, Ky. nevi '.ill Big Mt Vernon Fair As usual Boone via Berea and Boonsboio, 24 norm .... 3&6ameurc of t!i' quIttV. Julv 13 our July shoe sale will soon be and returned via Nicholsville and : .south i! 44 n m Good Coffee 17c per lb. The Rockcastle Couaty Chris roing on. Sutton ft McBee. Lancaster. 12:13 El South W. F Bakkb tian Dible Sell el !t'oiivention Dr. livers is not only the "leadMargaret Clark. "In Still Lawdkctm, Agent be held this year at Rose ing dentist but is a gardener The best na to keep koel iswlil j at Phnns To. s. Hu Church, which is about three Waters"Waywill he presentednext of note, as evidenced by corn, in one 01 Fish s Special Summer h use opera Boone tomatoes, beans and other veget miles from town, Sunday, July nl.n.i :il Mm Mi Vc r i, ky. NfSkt .uit. Monday nigjit, July 16. Still 29th A complete tables on the dinner table from program will or non Get ready for Ulie Mi. Writers was played here six his own garden. be found in the next issue of this While he hud I)' itS Kl war get I".! it at nanar Tli.i , ....... months ago and was said to be implicit contidenc in Due's word PBR H O - A k . .,,..,? IJH 1CU11) 'i.J Fish's. the best play ever shown in the it didn't we id be glad to have a report hurt anything for us 10 Lard tiegular sioo buckets as soon as possible from enc'u town. Five (Reels. Come and look into that garden. The truck Mrs M.irv Williams has been bring the children, they will en- was 89 :11s week only. for very mek for few days i hoe! for the year ending July certainly there alright. I joy the circus scenes. W. F. BAKKli forgot to state that 1 was there 1st, UI7. Mrs Mai tie Hullins and Omer at the eating at noon. W. H. Fish, NOTICE. Chemrat ar. teaching the Rue When your thoughts turn to County Secretary. Hill school. T-- the Republicans of the 4th, Russel Proctor is now located Neckwes remember that Fish's of Louis ille. have an Attractive line. at L. & E. depot North Magisterial District. Otis S. Crasl:, To Titi': Republicans of was the rnet of Miss Thelma This is to inform you that I am We are looking f r you at the RocKCASTut County: no longer a candidate for the ofMullins Sanday. Daughters of America. Fish fry, By oversight and unintentionDr. A. G. LoveU, Judge L. W. fice of Justice of the Peace I trust Miss Elsie bthea, of Ashville, Julv 27, J'JSO, p m. Come. ally,! failed to tile with the Coun- - each and every voter will cast his Betburura and Mr. C. H. Frith N U. is visiting Mary Mae Lath White goods: Lawns, organdies ty Court Clerk my (nomination vote for the man that he thinks have oeen appointed Members of an near Level Green. pique, oiles etc. 12 and 15c ....:t :..., :., .: me av di- - will stand for the betterment of the Local Board for the County in niue, as ..i Miss Rtbel A'ill has retaraed value lie d at DbuMMOND'8. of Rockcastle, rects. State of K' n the County affairs, and one who after two uiouths visit wit!) relTo those who were support- will help aid and assist in the re- tucky. The Board has been di The Teacher's Institute will be atives in Bessemere, Ala ing me in my effort as a candi ducing of held at the court house next week the Counties indebted- rected by the Provost Marshall Walter S. Francis is here from to number serially all the regisdate for County Judge I thank ness. V. Ireland will be the J Ids parent-- , Prof Mooticetto you for the interest manifested I wish to thauk each aud tration cards of Rockcastle Counconductor. Dv and Mrs W. T. Francis. ;uid though now but a private everyone who .was going to sup- ty and furnish a list to the ProLost: A bunch of keys citizen I .till Jstand by the decla- port me in the race, and rs. Allen Perkins, of San trust vost Marshall showing the serial Mt. Vernon and Langford rations made in my announce is a visitor at the Juan. Poiiiiio, that bv my coming off, it will not number, name and post office home oT Mr. and Mrs. W . B. Liberal reward for their return. meat and have the same interest lower the trust that you could or addtess of each person registerBpqab Mn.i.iNs. in the affairs of the county as a ing. They are requited lo peel Reinke. have placed in me. The Mt. Vernon hair catalogs citizen that I would have as an one copy of this list in a con Misses Frances Rarnett arc I am your friend, are being rusht as fast as possible official. I expect Ito continue mv spicuous place, so that eachp e are Doris Palmer, of G. W. Ml'RPHY. and we expect to have them ready light for the election of a sober who has registered may ex the attractive visitors of Miss The Mt. Vernon Fair Associa- amine it and ascertain his serial earh in the week. County Judge and for lower Martha Sparks. tion has contracted with Brown's number. The Local Board will Ottawa, Out.. Canada, July 10, taxes. Prof John IfcFerron, of Flora! Greater Shows to furnish the at have its headquarters at the Your friend, City, Fla is here spending bb T F. McHavgue, of Corbin, Ky., tractions for the Mt. Vernon Fair of Beth u rum & Lewis, Mt. Asa Pitman. vacation with his parents Mr. is listed among the wounded to Aug. lo. This is one of Vernon Ky. where the list re the Casualty list of the Canadian and Mrs A. H. McFermn. The Hible :School at Buckeye, the biggest organizations of the ferred to will be found in a conoverseas force, g'ven .out here to thisconnty was A J. Thompson and Mr. sad Sun kind on the road. They are showThe duties of day, July 1st. The new officers ing this week in Maysville and spicuous place. Mrs Ira Bottacaaw, of Lmcis night. the Board consists merely of fol ter. spent Sunday with the lam Fncle Jimmy Purcell age about are: Eugene Taylor, Sup?. next week in Lexington. JA com- lowing directions contatned in ily of F. L. Thompson here 7.", living 8 miles out on tl e Robert Fish, Sec. and Miss mittee .composed of Secretary rules furnished by the War DeWhitehead Assistant Sec. Cooper and President Sutton will Mr. W. B. Aiken, who has Brodbead road, died Tuesday afpartment from time lo time. The weeks with ter several months suffering. The School meets every Sunday go over to Lexington to inspect been pending lew drawing is done in Washington his sister Mrs. W. B Bi inke. Mr. Purcell w;is one of our old afternoon at 2 o'clock and those the shows and those that are not and soou as the drawing is com leaves to day for New York City settlers and a good citizen. He who are not attending Bible wanted will be canceled. t A clean pleted, lists. showing the order in Fred Baker and 'WOT Rich- loives- a wife and two sons, S. S. Schools ether places are invited bunch of sIioas is assured this which these .numbers are drawn to come to Buckeye. The attend- year and every thing points to a ards are in Lasjcanter and other and Will. will be published, and will be ance last Sunday was about most successful year J:or the Mt. posted at dhe office of the Local Central Kentucky towns today William Cox, age 61, father of Vernon Fair. advertising she Mt. Vernon Fair Sam and Cas Cox Board, and each person whose of this place. S. C. Franklin has had on dis number is drawn will be notified John Jacob Uethurum has re died suddenly at Bssl Bernstad" JOHN LAN DRUM ceived an appointment as Second Tnesday morning. Mr. Cox was WRITES FROM play in front of his shop for the by the Local Board. army here visiting his sous a few (hi; s Barracks A, Tent A past several days a number of Lieutenant in the regular Naval Training Station, illustrated sheets of different enDr. M. K Pennington will be in and has keen assigned to the ago and seemed to be in good Brodhead Aug. 6th foi a week or Newport, R. I. gagements of the Sixth Infantry. health. His remains were laid war. These he had pre- ten days. If you have any dentspent most of the o rest at Fast Bernstiidt Wed- Dear Mamma: C. D. Sutton I received your letter served for more than 20 years. al work see him at that time. week in Cinch mil buying goods nesday. this morning and was awful glad Two or three days ago some of July IS St for that splendid tirin of Sutton As a result el the Army Camp to hear from you. Do not worry the young bloods, we suppose, aud McBee, of which he is the being located on the outskirts of a bit about me I am enjoying it felt they should take a whack at senior member. Louisville there will be 120 fine. I am still in detention them with their barlows and so Oscar Walkn. who was brak whiskey joinls(commonly called camp and do not know when I they did. Mr. Franklin prized C. K. R., is at in? on the Q & Miaows) closed. Another thing will get to the school I think it these illusttations very highly a broken leg. While Ken need prices shoes ;tt Fish's. per bg. P. iBakek. on all i The canidates are keeping the roads hot seeing the people. By "J. M." Mill Ftod &65 per loe lbs. Get your oxfords now at cut v. F. Baker. prices at Sutton it McBee's. Attorney C. C. Williams, wife Flour, meal, all kinds feed at You can buy low cut shoes at and daughter, E. S. Albright and DRUMMOND'8. low cut prices. Sutton & MeBee Frank Miller, motored to this ' WINCHESTER to Know Your Folks Buy Keds The Keels Family Want joy-maki- ng Low We place Sunday and were The Keds are a big, new, American family of canvas rubber-sole- d shoes. They are easy and comfortable to get along with and are liked wherever they go. 8910. l for Comfort Buy Keds for Style Buy Keds for Economy Buy Keds Keds have good lines, give proper support, are light weight and comfortable. Keds are shapely and attractive. Men's are good looking women's are pretty and graceful, and children's are wonderful play shoes. The reputation of the largest rubber manufacturer in the world is back of each pair. Materials and workmanship the best The tops of Keds are made of a specially woven, fine grade of canvas, and the in soles of leather. n u.-rt- 1 !.. Sal m 11 . I II-- . I J . I H 1. MM I l c. -I for Wear 1 i 1 KaHjaJ You can find these and lots of other popular shoes vi-i'i- AT IWJvMtK be-twe- en Loni-vill- er-so- n ? "vhbSi ier vi ilk SSstw"" jUsBrnfemms nmWTefifcM JBT M--- . ' 1 1 law-offic-e . H-- -9 THE CASH STORE tfft Lou-ann- a m wm Mooo OOO m m - i rrnffrftRsivft . rnn .p business man knows THEvalue and convenience of likewise the progressive fanner; mad, too, We business woman. the wide-awaI to initiate paople intodetnila shall be gla ke a Checking Account ; so doesthe up -- to date professional man; Spanish-Aineri-ca- u of keeping a checking a vjunt, WE willI be XEW glad to take your okder LUiSRTY LOW FOR THE KMBB. home with doinsr sonic switching, he made a misstep, falling and resulting in a broken bone. Rice Haverly and family of Bedford, Ind , are spending the summer on Chestnut Ridge a! the vVash Hansel place. Mr. Haverly owns this place and is doing some repair work on the house. Mrs. Dr. Lawrence, of Level Green, returned Wednesday from McRoberts, accompanied by lit; tie three year eld I. J. Maret, son of the late Lloyd N. MaYct. The boy, and aunt, stopt over at Winchester Jto visit his grand dad, whom he had never seen beiore. They were soon the best of pals, and that same grand dad is sattsfied that no one else ever had such a fine grand sou. "J. J " will "live with the Doctor's family. LOCAL M TfSe Banfc'of Mf.Vernon 000m m. K'. flV the government will ,do for Louis will be pretty soon. I will prob vilk will be to rid the city of all ably be in the schcol three or disorderly houses if the Mayor four months and then I think I doesn't. Fucle Sam moans to will get a ten day furlough and have clean surroundings for his probably get to come home. bojswhen they go into Camp VTe had a big parade the in September. fourth. We marched about fifteen miles through the streets of .NOTICfc. Helping Hand Council, No. 42, Dauirhter.sof America, Livingston, Ky . will set a supper consisting of Fish, Corn bread and Coliee, and desert of cream and cake, on Friday night. July, 27lh at the Hall of the Jr. O. U. A.M. The purpose of this supper, is to raise money to paper the lower part of the building. Fverybody come out at 7:30 p. m and enjoy yourself, bring the children, prices for children less than adults. Lemonade free. The Francis Family held a re union at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Francis here Sunday Those present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Bor-deand Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hv singer of this county, Mrs. J. D Oats and Waltei Francis, of Mrs. B. F. McClellan and Joe Francis, of Chicago. This is the first time all the children have been home together for several years and the day was a very pleasant one (or all. s but say they were absolutely worthless, it was certainly very much out of place for the young bloods who were guilty of the act. By qualifying as marksman in w mm. m mxx m -- m Pants Kool and Comfortable. $1.5oat Drummoxd's. Palm Beach Campbell Houk. of the Maretburg section, died Saturday and was buried at the family burying ground Sunday. She had been sick for several mouths. A husband and several children are left to mourn the loss of this noble woman. Mrs. Mon-ticell- o, - Newport. After we got back, we had a big dinner, chicken, pota toes, tomatoes, watermelon, ice cream, cake and lots of good things. They feed us fine. I am getting fatter all the time. There is a bunch of nict young men iu the tent with me. They are all hospital apprentices, educated and gentlemen. There are about sixty in the tent lam in and we have a fine time. We have to go to bed at nine o'clock and get up at five. Then we have breakfast which we call "chow". After that we fall in ranks and are detailed to work or drill. I have 'drill almost ah day. We have church every Sun day and I enjoy the services wso much. The Chaplain wears a uniform and looks like an offi.er He is a very smatt man. Be sure and take care el yourself and do not worry about me for I am well and happy. With love, the United btates Marine Corps. William H. Durham, of Livings ton, has placed his name in the riflefront ranks of Uncle men. It is a well earned honor, awarded after weeks of practice, and it means another worthy defender of world democracy when the county boy is seut to the front. The Marines at Port Royal, S. C. are being trained in the European methods of warfare and are working with tireless eneigy that they imay be turned out to make room for the thousands that are overflowing the recruit depot. To my friends: You have seen my picture and most of you have seen Vou know "Little Tom", what I look like, and you know whether or not I could make you a Jailer that would stay sober and attend to business. Look for my name on the ballot Aug, 4th, You will find me the 8th one on tne list. YOUR Vote may be the one that makes "LITTLE TOM" r rxzzxs: i 4 4 9 0 R.H. MILLER a s LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, Kentucky 8 8 9 CALL ION US if you need anything the next Jailer, Ya John. Although trained for land fightDon't forget your old friend, ing, the Marines are instructed in the handling of Jthe guns of the Tom Taylor battleships and are equally preL. & N. Track Walker pared to fight on land or sea. William is the son of William G. Kermit Roosevelt a son of our Durham, of that city, and enlisted famous Teddy, has accepted a in the Marine Corps on May I7, staff commission with the British I9I7, at Cincinnati. Army and will -- sail tomorrow. Two of his brothers, Theodore Tr. FOR FLETCHER'S and Archibald, are with the American forces iu France, little in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty Children Ory I hskzxe: PHONE 39 CASTORIA , Special Masters Notice of Public Sale Tns Five Tires" rL ( .H t - -- ' " rrsJf fir AM? Today - tires cost Art I less ihan ever my -- I ' Pursuant to orders f fhe United Stal I: trict Court of ;tv E latent District of Kentucky, BU lc and entered (at Frankfort) on the 2'.'t!i try of September and on May 2l l:ti'i. in eausc Mo 7. 'i' (.1 Equity, v herein the Mississippi Vllcy Trust 0( mpai.y is complainant and the New Livingston Coa! Company is defendant, ihe undersigned Special Master will sell at public suction to the highest bidder therefor, the real ar C perd si gonal property hereinafter upon the premises near Living-to- n in Rockcastle county, Kentucky ib-h- !, degrees E. 27.5 12 poles, S. 1 poles to a stake in the edge of rock line; thence with its line N. degrees E. 3.7 poles to a 86 st ike i." the east edge of the county road; thence S 3 degrees VY. 24.6 i.'.s to .1 state in ine soumwesi ecfe of said road; thence S. 51 de- giees E, 16 poles to a marked ttone on tae west s ae oi roan; tnence 10 new line wi.h Cora Ward N. 74 2 grees E. 68.5 poles to a stake in the line et Thomas, thence his line N. 43 decrees Y. 66.9 poles to the 4 1- -4 on r.t shall nov first deposit with said Special Master, as a pledge that he will make good his bid in case of its acceptance, the sum of thousand dollars (.? 1,000. 00) in money, or by certified check on and national bank or trust company located in the Stats of Kentucky, or 52,500.00 par value of bonds se ured by the tnoit-p-" e rt?fe:!?.l to in the bill of cm-plain. XjJfiar fw in said cause and declared in said decree o be good .and valid. The deposit of the successful bi trier shall cor.t;'i:!!""i' 41 M'-f.JBnv'i which iot va-- be held aid applied on account of ' BpSk K-4iBsr i WTtKl he purchase price and any deposit drawn by Daniel Bales th Zodocl as Uso tract received from any unsuccessful tui-d- Spivey land, known was deeded to !!' Sk' t'v which tv VA shall be returned to hhn when ' . him on the Hh day of August 1S63 the bid of the successful bidder sh.-lOresham bv R P. Gresham and T. have been accented and the sale tie d to which is recorded is1 De;d by the court. Upon confirmation of the sale by Eook "J" page t'34, and bounded as vourt the purchaser shall make such fo'lows: I'.eg'nnir.g at a beech and hickory further payment, or payments Rivcash, on account of his bid, as !he on the south side of Rockcastle old er about It)'! poles below the court may from time to time direct. place where the house or.ee stood; may satisfy ard The purchaser e pole- - to :" TVre 'or N cJ of Price and . Jl.JtW tv W'r make good any part of hs hid not re- thence S. 71 degrees W. 110 'Joy;? Cc-a-" ',VolV C.Wn 'L'sco 'P..aV paid in cash by turning a poplar and white oak; thence S. quired to be in to be cancelled or credited, as pro- 21 degrees W. 2! po'es to a red S. 5 decrees E. 70 pole- to a vided in said orders, any bonds or coupons payable out of the proceeds 'bite oak; thence S. 50 degrees ft 20 poles to a white oak and Snanish on distribution. fin The property to be sold is as fal- oak; thence N. 70 ondegrees E. of the bank po'es to a beech lows : wiih the All the following described rights, Rockcastle River; thence two hrnns; to "r ("ifPmMliiiiSll'fiiir Drivileaes, easements, powers, fr;"i- - psms course 80 poles W. 11Q petes to '' "'"- -- '" Wmum-r- --' chiseS) real and personal property tfe (nee N. 63 degress and estate, owned, existing and op- the beginning, supposed to contain 0 seres more or less. erated under the laws of, and situAlso a secoond tract known as the ate in the County of Rockcastle, .' leek Spivey land. ard was nur-- ( Stat of Kentucky, deed ITEM 1. All of lots numbered h lsed bv him from John Biles, Bool: one (1), two (21 and three (3) of to which is recorded in Deed as folA MMPLRTE NTO K OF UIITE1 STATES TIHKS CAEB1ED BY the division of the landed estate of "J", page 398, and bounded lows: .Tohn P. Bales, deceased. Beginning at a double lyr.n in the Also two certain tracts of land in with the body, being tract number two Anderson survey runnnir.g will one strike middle of the drain so it (2) as called for in a certain deed below the to said New Livingston Coal Com- the mouth of the branch old Anderpany, the first tract being on the spring ir. the field of the 2 ' acres, Northeast side of Rockcastle River son tract, and containing near one half mile above the mouth more or less. y for a trass-waAlso of Rour.dstone Creek, and held unof necessary width on, over and patents: One of the For Jailer of Rockcastle County der acres following to T. A. Gresham across the land formerly owned by patented 38 the Livingston Coal Companv, but resubject to tbe republican primary on the 0th dav of March, 1883; one cently owned bv William Wsrd, and patented to Mrs. T. A. to be held Aujjt '4th, 191?. Mr of 130 acres the 2nd day of April. by him sold to J. M. Thomas by deed Gresham on Rockcastle County of record in Voter the reason why I ask for 1881, also a part of a 250 acres Clerk's office the Deed Eook No. IS in Uriah this office, I am not able to do ratented asto follows: Gresham, and page 584. Said right over, on and in : bounded Beginning at a lynn stump close ... id land, includes also sufficient manual labor, also I am a sober land on the northwest corner thereof on the northeast bank of RockcasEvery man in Um County is interested in who is to mart which I think the people of tle River, it being an agreed division for tipple for the purpose of loadim-anto said tram-watipping Rockcastle ueod lor officers My corner made by Zodock Spivev and extei'd fromcoal; aforesaid Spivey be the Hejuihlioan Xominee for County Court Clerk . the Mrs. R. P. Gresham ; then with ihe opponents are able to do manual agreed line made by these parties S. land across this last described land labor and live without the office. 29 degrees E. 47 2 poles to a stone of Thomas to the Louisville & Nash1 feel sure of winning this, yet there is work to be degrees E. ville Railroad, "and includes any and I promise the- people of Rockcas- on a ridge; thence N. 67 oak near the all other rights plaintiffs or either of poles to a white done, mm! make special appeal Ui my friends to do all 13 Ward tle County if I am nominated and N. W. corner of said Soivev's field: them" (meaning Cora said landand to degrees E. 10 2 others,) "'"own in or to YOU eau for Me. 1 do not entertain the slightest thence N. 70 elected I wit make them a good poles to a white oak stump with Thomas which was deeded to the Company by idea that 1 will be defeated, for I have been over most sober officer, and will trtat every pointers, a corner of Spivey and Mew Livingstonal. Coal Commissioner bv Cora Ward John Bale's heirs (150 acres true on the first et man with the same respect and in the name of Uriah Gresham) : all the county, and the news conies to me from the day of October, 1903 and is now owned by the New Livwill not a k but for one term. I thence with the agreed and marked people that I am the man that will win, but let's take no ingston Coal Company. said appeal to the voters and Brother lines of said tract between 51 2 h3trs y of necessar Also a deN. chances . and first party above; width for crossing a bridge and tres .Jr.. O U A. Jf. of Rockcastle crees E. 35 poles to a stone pile on Company's land, ; of a drain with point- Lie from the said tn help me as I need help and to the west bank hickorv row gone is items 1 and 2 of this instrument de If I did not know that I am fully qualified I would ers (where a scribed over and across the lands o deci.me out on the 4th, day of called fcr) ; thence N. 81 withdraw from the race today. de N. crees E. 1C5 poles to a stake; thence said J. M. Thomas. to and 28 Aug. and vote for me arid 1 N. intersect degrees E. 67 poles to a stake erees w. 272 feet 36 : promise you that God being my on a cliff with pointers, N. 80 de- ing with said Company's tram-wa- JuncI promise to give you faithful service in return for at a point 3,fill feet from its helper I shall never give you grees Y. passing James Smith cor- tion with the said Louisville & Nashyour support, ami that I will always be found on the ner of 1C0 acres; also another cor- ville Railroad MM cause to regret your action. ner of his 100 acres a lynn, in all bridge and trestl" now so locate' job toatten to your wants. 138 poles to two chestnut oaks and Your friend, to said J. M and built, an elm under a cliff, corner of the 38 Thomas the reserving ri'j-h- ' heretofore granted IjtUGBM C EN'TIiY acres, 130 acres and 250 acres aforeDon't be a afraid to be for Little Jim " for 1 am logs, ties, boat said: S. 1 degree W. 27 links to a him of tyine rafb Tberc is mute atarrh in thi stake on the bank of the r;ver; th?nce a '.1 boosts to and. alone h" Pock in this thing to win. abutting am' bank c: stls River section of the country than all up with the north bnnk ofS.the river said Company's ptuiteit1 83 2 the following meanders: other ' lveases put together, ane degrees E. 7 poles 4 links to a stake. h" einbefore in Items 1 and 2 de poles, S. 26 scribed. ." 2 for years it was supposed to be S. 43 degrees E. All the coal, and al ITEM 2 degrees E. 16 poles to a stake on it. curable Doctors prescribed lo top of a cliff; thence S. 7 2 de- tl timber rights, in under and snor described tnwta grees W. 16 poles to a stake; thence the d following Rockcastle county cal remedies, and by hi in said degrees W. 12 po'o; S. 33 failing to cure with local treat- thence S. 51 2 degrees W. 13 0 Tract roles; thence S. 64 4 degrees more or No. 1.. being 76 88 acres ment, pronounced it incurable less, (not including 1 t- -f poles, S. 57 degrees W. 26 i a local diseeS greatly W. 12 poles, S. 41 2 degrees W. at acres, yard and garden) described b" Catarrh B. II. Brummet 15 poles cross a branch, in all II conveyance from 190(5. influenced by constitutional c bv deed re dated March 20. poles, S 55 4 degrees W. 24 and therefore requires poles; thence S. 65 2 degrees W. corded in Book 21. page 289 of tb said poles; S 58 4 degrees W. records ofNo. 2,cointy. 20 constitutional treatment. Hall containing 41 3Tract poles, S. 7 4 degrees, W. Catarrh Medici.ie, manufactured 26 0 poles, S. 59 4 degrees W. acres, more or less, described in deed 11 from George W. McCormick ditc by F J. Ch.nev & Co., Toledo, 16 poles to the beeinning. conveyed is March 20th, 190T, and recorded of The true line herein Ohio, is a constitutional rem dy, with the center of Rockcastle River Book 21, page 291 of the records is taken internally and acts thru and five poles out to the right of said county. 3. containing 15fi acres Tract No. tract 'the Blood on the Mucous Sur these hanks meander lines, said same more or less, described in deed from containing 88 acres, be the F. M. Pondar, dated March 21, 190C faces of the System. One Hun- more or less. To the Republicans of Rockcastle Comity : page 291 is part of the 130 and recorded in Book 21, The second tract dred Dollars reward is offered for acres and 2f0 acres aforesaid, on of the records of said countv. 125 Tract Here I am again asking VOU to support me in my any case that Hall's Catarrh Med- the north side of said river, and more or No. 4, containing deed acres, from less, described in follows, race for Jailer. I have no long string of promises to icine fails to cure. Send for par- bounded as at a forked white oak A. J. Sams, dated March 21, 1906 Beginning 21, page 279 ticulars and testimonials. with pointers, a corner to Spivey; al- and recorded in Book county. make you except that 1 will make you a sober officer to Lot 1 in the division of of the records of said F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo, so a corner containing 138 acre Tract and try to attend to the duties the best way. 1 am J. P. Bales' estate, it being a corner more or No. 5. Ohio. Sold bv druggists, 7.$c less, described in deed from of 150 acres of Uriah Gresham and A. J. Sams, dated March 21, 190 Hall's Faintly Pills for constipa 250 acres in his name; thence with running a good race and just to be plain about it 1 need 21, page 279 tion. Bales' heirs line N. 78 degrees E. 95 and recorded in Book countv. a few more of YOU fellows to get busy and help elect the records of said poles to stone with pointer at 2 fall- of Tract No. 6, containing 4U acres en poplars, orginal corner; thence N. I have no money to buy this office and me this time. more or less, described in deed from degrees E. fi6 poles to two 4 12 Mrrch 20 am depending on the good people to stand by me and fallen poplars, N. 47 degrees 49 2 Talloway Mullins, dated 3ook 21, page oak stump with 190fi, and recorded In said county. poles to a white give me a chance to show YOU that I can make you a pointers at a branch, the mouth of 293 of the records of Tract No. 7, containing 110 which is overgrown with laurel good Jailer. described in deed more corner to the 250 and 150 acres, S. F. or less, dated March 20. bushes, a Sams, cor- - from acres in Uriah Gresham's name, and recorded in Book 21, 1906, iner to Mrs. R. P. Gresham's You will, always find me the same old thing every page 283 of the records of said count; thence with same S. 49 ytract day and I will try to show you that I appreciate your degrees E. 12 poles to a stake in the Tract No. 8, containing 70 acres center of Rockcastle River; thence described in deed from support . down with the center of said river more or less, dated March 20, 1906 at S. F. Sams, to a point opposite a lynn corner Your friend, 21, page 283 Zodock Spivey's corner; thence with and recorded in Book county. records of said W. his line to two lynns; tnence his line of the (LOGUE) SOWDER. Tract No. 9, containing 12 o:4 poles to a N. 29 degrees W. 22 acres, more or less, described in stake with pointers a corner of deed from S. F. Sams, dated March Mrs. T. A. Gresham's to Zodock in Book 21 ' Spivey; thence a line of same S. 83 20, 1906, and recorded page 283 of the records of said degrees E. 12 poles to the begining county. LIMITED TO 15 DAYS containing 20 acres, be the same Tract 10, containing 33 8 acres, more or less. more or less, described in deed from Also a tract located on the waters BETNURUtt LEWIS dated March 20. 190. of Rockcastle River near Livingston S F. Sams, in Book 21, page 283 of C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW and rcorded 'and bounded as follows: LAW countv. ATTORNEY-AMT VERNON, RY. Beginning at a chestnut on the the records of said containing 198 No. 11, 1IT VEHNON.KV. Tract Will practice in all the courts. bank of a drain, corner to Thomas acres, more or less, described in deed ACCOUNT aAr.n.A.r - s. - j a Office in Bethurum Building. (formerly Livingston Coal Comn H. Dickenson, adminispany) ; thence with his line N. 17 de- from Joseph the will annexed of the m B ank el Mt. Vernon, on with poles to the east trator 2 3on30C&X:$ 3CC&30C3fc3C$ grees W. Sambrook, dated Margaret y ;fCharch St. Special atten W ; late edge of the ranroaa 20, 1906,and recorded in y S 44 March i vr tion given collections. thence with said 21, page 275 of the records of degrees W. 13.6 poles, S. 29 4 Book county. 4 July 20 'PNONB 8o FOR FLETCHER'S W . .. j W. 11.5 poles, S. 23 de- said degrees And also all coal mines and all W. grees W. 14 poles, S. 4 degrees e pJSJr & ?S. Ysk''' Your tire actually cost you !e per mile today than they did a few years ago, provided you br.y the r'ht !ind of tires. In the tlrt piace, don't buy a nondescript tire that sor.it dealer has a selfish price motive i.i tsjlirij to ycu. bsKlnd it a tire, the of Euy a lire with a nr--which must be so good that the i puta;ion of a grat Cc inpany is protected. of th largest rubber United 5:zi Tir-s- , v.:h ihe manufacturer i: the world ! hind th?m, pre safe tires to buy. United Slates Tims a; i jtijtr:.t J under an excluaivo time- tried vu!car.i;.-.- pre- - s C:a ii patented. They r liuoiily built wi:Ii the beet materials t; it the markets of the world s.: c. :.. . c.'i-!ity -r-r- r.e hv 'i-- 2 orders provide that the ondersigr.ed Special ?faster shall receive n'; Lids f;orn any one offering to bid whfl AUGUST 15, 1917 o'clock in the afternoon. Said at nt tracks, switches, mine cars, hr;dges, y tipples, scales, ments and leases, and all power houses, boilers, engines, CysMBSMS, coal cutting machines, motors, wires and wiring and all buildings of what- ever rnaracieinetonging 10 juid Company situated upon th" precise '.. a, an i in Items 1, described aooe, or in any way appurTenatt Lo or used in or about or in connec- tion with such coal mines and the Handling el the output thereof, and all franchise, contracts, raivi-beginning, containing (not including, leges and easements now owned by but excluding the grave yard) the sj(1 company in connection with twenty-fiv- e the said mines in Rockcastle county. (25) acres. All or the foregoing lots, trac.s ITEM 2. All the coal and all the. oi', pas, mineral and timber 'ind sur- and parcels of land and rights and fi ce rights of the Company, :n, un-- interests in and to lands, being and r and upon the following described including the lots, tracts and parcels tracts of land in said Rockcastle of land described in a certain mortLet number seven (7 in the di-- gage or deed of trust from the New ion of the landed estate of Joh Livingston Coal Company Is the P. Bales, deceased, bounded as fol- Mississippi Valley Trust Company bearing date July 1907, and recori lows : Beginning at a stone with white ed in the office of the Clerk of Rock- o: k and other pointers in the line of E Idie Smith, corner of Lot N ", N. 16 de rrees W. 50 poles to a stone Rockcastle county and as set out in .V.. with pointers in his line; thence N. i u u:n oi compiaini. in saiui cause oe u,i. x i. r.. r :... degrees E 132 poles to s ..(). 61 in r.ifuity (ul rrariKiorti in st- ."0 on a ridge in James MaHaf-f- - the United States District Court and ':line made pointers; thence his arc sppsaised at M.000.00. S. 43 degrees E. 7 ,,les to vj. ( . A L.I ACh, tv. o black oaks on ;i ridge; thence S. S""?iul Ma ter dcijieca E. 18 poles to s stone r'. O. Address: Richmond. Ky. 53 vi'h pointers, coiner of T.ct '"; de'(iMU'c i line of ssme S. Kl grees V. 16 poles to the beginning, right-of-way. ease-quarr- ARE YOl ONE OF THEM. There are a great many per- - l 1 i1 dl - sons who W"uld be very much benefited by taking Chamber- hue's Tablets ter a werik or disordered stomach. Are vou oae M. R Mrs of them? sari Baldwins ille. X. Y., relates her expieretice in the use of tl. i i : "1 liaU a Ix&U spell With mv stomach alxmt six months a- :iml w:ls r .ubl-- d r " two or thre weeks with g:is and sever-tif-Ieti - vi Our druijijist P'""1 -" ;;S: SJ&laVV.a - stomach. advised me to take . Cb,U ..i,,,,-- Tablets 1 took I bottle home and tin' first dose re . i ,,, P" of m 2 - t.. on i ,alinr . - - b' ' H;-.- e 1- -2 ix.t.n currence. uived was curi " - tU..,i.- " not re nn, but aftarths pais has them until I - . i ,1 - - .' - muv ssreswW fa re 1- -4 -2 i a'-rs- , g JUDGE BALLARD Continued Irotn hist page) - iipvUPl jL-'r- er f l "2 economy' Now, Dam, f d nut profess so kaosvall t'.- law, bat tl question in my mis i IS beef, srbes and artsdft yo i g t wis" on so math law.' As to the idepbotse bills, Mr Mullins yu i Is its bursal and sssaresl I j) iv lor Uteosseal bsj h .n equally. bwt I c.iiin.t jxiv for JoasTS, Iocs Nieeiey'e and 9 Bovssaa'a at Uss eossn Irmse, and Us oi eli is th it y..u sfkaah el wis m ike out from the Bssossl BStviss that was resale rod fro.n Um Coaii Isosbms. As to the sssad lasjssjar. lAery bj'y kaows: tiiat we h rf In 1 have one constantly on the i,t two years and ,v 11 h iVe t c jninue so lin roid bus-iao- a for tn oositiaaea and aapsdalij so as is Mat Ssala Aid part of it and ot'sult of Kontncky is Blsssh larger and uiueli 1 am more powerful than It h 1 u tffctl wt.eti I ciiiP' into office there was f2.3U.0l in Treasurer's olttt-e- , hut there wa-- . quite a lot of outstanding varrants that sreffw left over to he pud out of the ensuing years levy. 1 havent time to Ion th se uo ju-.- t at present, but will cite tat to a few that I can recall: J. H. Lambert. Boone. Ky. J. M. Adams, Brodhead, Ky. Mit Miller, Mt. Vernon, and J U llnllai Mt. Vernon I slnll be glad U take time and pains to sliow you these vouchers or have the County Clerk to d.) so. As far as the trip to Frankfort to get the raise off, I went. Before oing I solicited Mr. Bowman to go wall me and als . Mr Robt. They were both too busy to go, but said tuey would be glad to go with me. On my way to FrsMsaJarl I cam- - in contact with Judge L,. W. Bethurum and Mr. W. J. Spark? and tcld them my business tnd ask UsSsi to help um to get the raise off. Mi. Sparks informed me that he was on hai way to Louisville and would aot have time to stop off. Judge Bethurum informed BM that he had to stop otT at Xich ilasville bat would be la Praiii-rornext morning and would le glad to go before the board with tne and asist in getting the raise off When I got into Frankfort I met with Senator Farris at the "Hu:it House " and who is private Secretary to Gov. Stanley. On telli.ig him my mission and circumstances of the raise he told me that it would be useless to go before the board as they had only put the raise on to put it back to where it was last year. Then I hit Uie Lnext train Jand 'came home and here I am. I di not know rsssisVsg Judge Bstaarai went before the hoard or BjOI and Dear Con if this little amount of raie effects on greatly, I will pal roars ssyasll sad besid-- you migl. t suggest i) the ptopss l hit vou will give th m our er cut OS Utt raise for ulleciiiig same. Vou BSkSB to h tVe Some whit of a jealous spirit sHsrcen Mr. Griffin and 1. vVe are only getting iloiiif as RepuSh. an. and op;xnents should do, hat, you h ive lien anly informed as electioneering as mostly for your consideration ii my nie'hods of I am only soliciting the voters to vole luff me. h't Yes Cam 1 will ndui:t that you have m.t your claims as Sh.-ritiut where the mo, iey came fro.n I Ue not kno w aid care less j ust we uL--t it and ;.Iso sjet t!i ir ftSUOJ th tt y u owed on S13 If 1 am permitted t stay ia ,is Csasatf Jud,'e, which I think die voters will giant me, t len on next Apri. sTssl i .your four years office is won d up and your iaal seiilem m' is mid- - t hen can ha the jmlg ,as to wh;i! business admiiiistra'un you , i 1 . con-nrme- d ' 1 WV; -- L'-- JTW'SJi oak-th"iic- e - ll i '''' 1 - tin-Count- y : to-wi- t: BRYANT BROS. Vote For Eugene Gentry. Mr-Ferro- u. right-of-wa- y To the Republicans of Rockcastle k v - 1 2-- 1- -2 1-- s right-of-we- 1- -2 1- -1 T right-of-wa- y, 1 I th-.eo- ple i.ive B made. Now my JAMES PROCTOR 17-1- con-itanl- to-wi- t: 1- -2 1-- 72-10- 3-- 88-10- 0 h ire started as I am the Work at d know thai srorhiaajM el it savd do not get excited ..ot.t the bond is..ue money ldng sqiiaiHlei'ed, but consult the aasntf ihe koad Det.ariineii' at ' ruikloit .iiul at w.iat t.iey s.iv about '. I will sty this we bars been complimented by out side parties fre ls I want to c rrv out w'uat 1 I iS 1-- 1- -2 SOWDER LOG U E i 4-- 3-- to the good result-- , done in liockca-tl- e County for the money at h is been spent. We hae i moinii g Inly II, l!l7. in The Bank of Mt Vernon, -- -f 36-106-- 1-3-- l the en ditof the Mond hunl $ll',blu $i'5,0o4 30 !so in lYophs Bank PJOHUT .".7 Ttal We have not collected i any interest from either of these - banks yet. v The btate of Kentucky owes us $5o.ooo from which we can borand work ard, bytheway, we are going to do it and tinMi our to-wi- t: oads. We also have more money promised us from ou side sources ind I do assure you that we will gladly receive all we can get. In conclusion, eive me your votes as an endorsement and 1 will ver feel great ful to ou 1-- I. July 20, 21 and 26 nine 8.00 L.&.N.R.R. ROUND TRIP t 1-- 1- -? Since being County Judge I hive had no assistance from you or root henchmen; as it should have beed a co operation for the gener-- d public welfare of the county. I shall be glad to meet as many of the voters as possible, but diould I fail to see you, remember that I want yur vote just the same. Your friend, G. M BALLARD. 130-acr- e I (I fS w zJj"??,"ys'gi.'!r "' UfiDSBTAKBR Handmade 1NNlSliiivViwN'"'Ull - 2r2- r s1 cr??jyyyrSffS 1 8-- Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelld 'Tjcg&xSr C. Williams T -- 33occx utti 7-- au ,Jr rlvri. , f ifl' All Phone 94 S .offins fumishec Harse sen to all part 9 of nssssli f the County. orders by Wire Promptly Filled Pcabody CoDcgc 43-5- Children Cry Summer School W. A. COX, M Y. rigm-oi-wa- right-of-wa- VKRNON, KY. 3-- 3-- OASTORIA