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Mount Vernon signal: July 27, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917072701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 27, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. NJ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY mum MT. VEKNON, ESTABLISHED 1887 VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, JULY 27. 1917 NUMBfcR44 !A iy FOR FATHER OR SON road. They have got mad at each other over the pork barrel an are saying very hard things about each other. Ballard and his gang remind me of the sow that drunk all the slop and Mullins and his gang remind me of the shoats and little pigs standing off a squealing. Voters, I want to say the main issue in this campaign is whether ou will return eithar of these men to office, to run the county further in debt by issuing bonds and drawing vouchers on the county treasurer and then falling out with each other and fighting and spat-lin- g over the booty. Mr. ' ' Jfn i: rS8 0Vr PsF &$mFm-r1r- E ilX' ' Pj - L'L '. H4 9. f jm K Mnllins said in an article of recent date that if I was elected county judge I would place a heavier burden of taxation on the people to work the county roads. Well, let's see about that. For twenty years we have been working the roads under the militia system. The people in the country have had to work the roads six days each year for twnty years. In the towns of Nt. Vernon, Broadhead and Livingston live about four hundred men that are in the militia age aud don't work the county roads and only pay about $1.00 poll tax. So in twenty years the man in town has paid &iu 00 and has had the use of the roads all the time, while the man iu the Hr V gj!' m . country in twenty years has worked the road six days each year making in all 120 days at $1.00 per day which would be $120. So, cau't you see at once the people in the country have paid $120.00 to keep up the county roads while the fellows in towu have paid only $20. 0U? This is one reasen why I am in favor of improving and building the roads by taxation and place the burden of public improvements on all and everyone alike. On the principle of treating all alike, the people are for me for county judge. Age has nothing to do with clothes. an The following names of voters state just how 1 stand on this side cf the county, and all the artillery they can turn loose from Soraer of sixty has as much right to look as well as set and Mt. Veruon will make the people that much stronger for the younger ones. have styles ter both. me for county judge: We. the undersigned Republican voters of West Mt. Vernon, North Brodhead and Brown's Precincts, take this method to inform Special values in Cool Cloth Palm Beech. the voters in other parts of the county that the people on this side To the Republican Voters of Rockcastle County: On the eve of the election, I want to appeal to you to of the county are for J. N. Griffin for county judge, and we are in a think seriously over the nomination for County Attorney. 1 know-tha- t he wity carry these precincts by a large position to am making this fight, as I have tried to conduct myself in office, clean and above board, and if I have to engage in the kind of low down, dirty politics we have had in this county Sam Sayers, Spiro, Ky. J. F. Lewis, Maretburg, Kv since I can first remember, to win this race, I will have to lose J. B. Sexton, Spiro, Ky. J. tf. Vanhook, Maretburg. Ky it. I am making the race on my own merits and not on the J. W. Dillingham, Spiro, Ky. demerits of my opponents. I am engaging in no "mud-slinginEmet Sayers. Spiro, Ky. B. F. Livesay, Maretburg, Ky. speeches and I am not going to, although if what my opA. J. McKinney, Spiro, Ky. W. If. Brown, Spiro, Ky. ponents say of each other is true, I could certainly find lots of G. S. Cress. Wabd, Kv. If. O. McKinney, Spiro, Ky. material for that kind of a campaign. I have tried to live and C. G. McKinney, Spiro, Ky. conduct myself in office in such a way that you would not be C, N. Capps, Spiro, Ky. Andrew S. Gress, Spiro, Ky. ashamed for our own boy to follow the example and 1 am John McKinney, Spiro, Ky. G.-Smaking this campaign in tne same manner. Livesay, Wabd, Ky. V. B. Dillingham, Spiro, Kv. In every article which I have written. I have asked my T. Livesay, Wabd, Ky. J. M. H.rfexton, Spiro, Ky. opponents and the voters to show anything which was "crookJohn McKiniiey, Level Green ed" about my record. They have made some feeble attempts H. T. Sexton, Spiro, Ky. W. R. MeKinney, Level Gieea. to do that and I want to answer them as far as space will perW. B. Sexton, Spiro, Ky. KY. Henry H. McKinney, Level mit. One of them charged that I ordered an officer not to J. H. Williams. Brodhead, K. Green. arrest two men who were coming into Mt. Vernon with whisky. C. W. Brown. Sftfra, Kv. W. J. Debord, Level Green, Ky. I promptly branded that as a falsehood, I made an affidavit Sherman Sextan, Spire, Ky. Jonas Pitman, Level Green, Ky. that it was false, proved by the officer referred to that it was J. F. Harris, Brodhead, Ky. false and have heard no more about it. They are charging ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S O. H. Debord, Level Green, Ky. J. M. Owens, Brodhead, Ky. that I have failed to oppose claims before the Fiscal Court. FIRST CALL J. H. Brown, Spiro, Ky. I want to say to you that I have never missed a meeting or the C. M. Owens, Brodhead, Ky. From the following list of J. A. McKinney, Spiro, Ky. Fiscal Court since I have been County Attorney. I have never 20G men it is expected that John Harris, Brodhead, Ky. failed to oppose publicly and openly any claim which I beBradly Brown, Spiro, Ky. 103, Rockcastle county's quota G. W. Griffin, Spiro, Ky. . G. W. Brown, Spiro, Ky. lieved to be illegal or unjust, and those who have attended on the first call for army serJohn N. Sayers, Irodhead, Ky. meeiiags of the Fiscal Court know this to be true. I have opvice, will be secured. It is beC. R. McKinney, Spho, Ky J. F Adams. Brodhead, Ky. posed with all my power every act of the Fiscal Court which lieved that the exemptions K. J. Smith, Brodhead, Ky. I did not deem for the interest of the tax payers, and have W. J. McQueen, Brodhead, Ky. will not exceed 50 per cent, if To My Friends Throughout the County: H. R. Smith. Brodhead. Ky. conscientiously worked for the betterment of the county and R. C. Williams, Brodhead, Ky. they reach that high. The list its people. I understand that one of my opponents in an atW. M. Boid, Brodhead, Ky. jrivcn below is not official, and H. G. Lovens, Brodhead, Ky. tempt to shpw something wrong, is referring to an appropriaMy opponents, Mr. Mullins and Mr. Billard, are trying to deceive C. Honk, Brodhead, Ky. such mistakes as may occur, J. H. Halconi, Brodhead, Ky. tion to the jailer of the ounty for "Louse Killer." That ap th raters of the count j by telling them that I hive no chance to will be corrected as soon as John Houlc, Maretburg, Ky. J. J. Smith, Brodhead. Ky. propriation, as everybody, including my opponents know, was the official list is given out. win Mr. Mullins is telling the people to vote for him to defeat Richard Early, Brodhead, Ky. for a liquid disinfectant bought by Mr. W instead, as he had a The number on the right is Ballard, and Mr. B.dlard is telling the people to vote for him to deright to do, for use around the court house and jail, and the the local number, while that feat Mullins, and the people say vote for Griffin to defeat them Clerk making the order, used the term "Louse Killer" in a Very Respectfully, on the left is the correspondboth. The facts are that Ballard and Mullins are both in the middle spirit of fun. That is a pretty "flimsy" charge and if there ing number by which the bearwas anything wrong with that appropriation I failed to see it. er is known in the war departI think everybody will agree that when I went in to office, ment. r HI Am We & E.R. GENTRY. g" & SuttonVERNON,McBee MT. . -- I LOOK and READ WHAT THE VOTERS SAY J N. GRIFFIN. Serial number and name as drawn in Washington, D. C. giving the order in which registrants will be called. Serial No. Order drawn 1 258 Wm. Jesse Cope.... 458 John Speed Ham2 ilton 854 783 931 837 337 67G G. H. VANDEVENTER of Laurel County ,for there were certain parts of the court house, at least,, which needed a "disinfectant" of some kind. This same opponent attempts to mislead the voters, by making some figures which (Continued on last page) Arthur E. Rice James Philbeck... Matt Man ley gleton Guv Roberts 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 REPRESENTATIVE GETS FIRST PLACE ON BALLOT His father was born and raised in Rockcastle County, on Skaggs creek, removed to Laurel County, where this son was born. Attended public schools of Laurel and he is now one of Laurel county's first-clateachers. Served in the Philippine Islands in the U. S. Army ss Program for 1917 Rockcastle Christian Bible School Convention Rose Hill Church July 29th 9:30 a.m. Sin- 275 509 564 945 59G Arthur Franklin.... J. Hill McMullin.. Ren O. Cromer Wm. Tonv Kirby... Samuel Metcal'f... Charlie Simpson ... Rob. Harrison Mason 10 11 Song, "My Country 'Tis of Thee". Scripture lesson by Rev. M. G. Fish. 12 13 14 10:00 536 548 V 15 dram 16 126 Will Bullock 17 784 James R. Povnter.. 755 Morris A. Phillips 18 19 107 James S. Burk 20 616 George Mink 21 373 James P. Gadd 22 775 Sam Proctor 23 486 Albert Isaacs 692 Joe Baker McKen- 24 zie 600 Urvin Kelso Mar- Geo. Chester Lan- - Arthur Lamb HHM ... HHSfH? I 507 689 309 437 604 43 tin Kirt Kidwell 25 Wade Deathridge Grover C. Hatcher Teddy L. Meece... Reuben J. Abney.. Chester McCollum 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 924 420 1014 514 10 1045 1031 487 140 433Fred 797 432 Floyd Smith Albert Haynes Henry P. Webb ... Stephen Kidwell.. Chas. A. Allen Oscar F. Wallin.... John L. Wynn Geonre M. Isaacs.. Henry Pennington Benj. H. Barnett Robt. L. Hasty J. N. GRIFFIN of a bad fix. He favors, and will work for, a school book law that will stop changing kind of books used by children, thus saving thousands of dollars to parents. He favors cutting out useless offices, such as fish wardens, game wardens, fire marshalls, etc., and appropriating such money to a fund that will increase jurymens services to $3.00 per day. by John Lair. Recitation, "Your Flag and My Flag", Song, "The Little Church in the '.Vildwood", by Male Quartette. Reports from each Bible School in the county. 10:30 a m a. President's Address. b. Report of Departmental Officers. Song, "Onward Christian Soldiers". 11:00 a.m. Message from Missionary Superintendent, Chas. C. Davis. Rev. H. T. Young. 11:15 a.m. "Our 'Bit' for The Bulletin ", a.m. Address; "The War Program of the Bible School", 11:30 by State Worker. a m. 12:00 N. 12.05 p.m. Prayer by Rev. Bowling. Announcements. Adjournment. Afternoon Session. 1:00 p.m. Praise Service by the Wildie School. Four years ago Ballard and Mullins ran together for Hatcher (Continued on ?nd page) county judge and sheriff and were both elected. Now to make a big show they decided to have a $100,000 bond issue to build turnpiSes and bridges, Booue Trail and Dixie Highway in the county, aod by 38 their cunning tricks they manipulated the bond issue through and 39 got the $100,000. They made speeches all over the county and told 40 4jl the people they would build pikes four ways through the county. 42 The facts are they have built about seven miles of road or will have 43. that much by the time the money is gone. Now this is all the pike we will have with the $100,000 except a few miles of graded dirt I Improvement of schools, morality, temperance, efficiency, kindness and good will to all, is his aim. It you believe in a square deal ask your friends to not forget Vandeventer. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY, AUG. 4. Business Session : a County Secretary report. b Committee Rports. by A. If. Hiatt 1:35 p.m. "Our Teen Age Problems", by E. R. Gentry 1 50 p.m. "Oar County Organization", 2:15 p.m. "The Temperance Problem of Rockcastle County, by Brown's Men To Get the Men To Bible 2:30 p.mj "How by 5. F. Bowman and John Robins School", and Convention Offering. 2:45 p.m. Song 3:00 p.m. Address, " The Will Of Ged for the Invatmsnt of Life", by Representative of Transylvania Collage p. m. General Conference. 3:30 4:00 p. .m 115 p.m. Adjournment -- A -- - -U- Ufc-X1 MT.VtRNON SIGNAL FribaY, July 27 1917 people and waata conscientiously, Ue can not waste and be truly 919 656-vher- man John L. Sturgill.... 183 Christiana 814 Rockcastle's first Call. every Friday by (Continued from 1st page) 18 78 121 21 848-Thu- Puilihid UBSCRIPTIOH EDGAR S ALBRIGHT. ONE YKA.R $I.O 652 927 739 GOT Advertising rates tnaue known M application OF IMIU ASSOCIATION Edd Albright William Manns.... Chester A. Singleton Victor Owens Buford Lee Mere- 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 2' ' 1- - 504 470 3 " CMMTUCKY PBK&8 006 182 513 46 1020 223 117 602 390 772 721 dith f 191 477 753 130 858 1023 424 840 687 175 00 A James E. Hibbard 75james G. Burdett Evert A. Kirby Itobt. Ambrose John P. Weaver.... Ben Childress Jesse W. Bullock.. Virgil S. Martin.... Wm. O. Meece Virgil Lee Carlton Willie Odell Richmond.... Irvine Bullock Owen Ryland Cass -- Pat Dooley ddie Price George Jarber Vircril Hunt Tonas Debord Emery Louis Bell.. Grover Coffey r. Purr bat Prooier.. 185 187 Meson... 184 186! 1881 Arch Allen .Solly Alcsfi 0. M. A Men ANNOI We A? a Art- KMKNT. Aniiouii't-W- . Atitlioriccl to H. oamii'.ate for the humiliation lot RocfcoBUe, t'..int Attorney uf DflOCTMtlg Mibjc g 'he action of the PSlty at A iiour-T- . Km 1'riiii-ir; KKll.l.R 1917. . aie autliori.iil to HMOMH T 786 280 972 983 757 966 868 332 Victor Price Chas. B. Nicely.... Robt. Roy Perkins Willie Wade Doan Victor Todd Jas. H. Thompson Robt. H. Phillips.. Jno. Talbott Tyree 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 Roscoe Hansel 198 Earl Phillips 199 Bennett Brown 200 Willie Renner Wm. A. Warren... 201 202 Arthur Harris Garrett Robinson.. 203 204 Flovd E. Miller 205 Burk Willie J. WC K. .MAGISTRATE 5th District Hopkins r H. Josiah Meec- CONSTABLE "ith G B Listrict Brock Arc You Satisfied? XKIX is The Peoples Bank I 2 2 woman's'ballo r Republican party Mrs Alicj Lavis W. K Dtckerson DEMOCRATIC TICKET COUNTY JUDGE W A Cox. Fully prepared to satisfy you in every feature of a safe and sound Banking Business. More new accounts. More new business each day. WATCH US GROV7 DIRECTORS: James Harvey bord AND De- 236 W COUNTY A. J Owens II ATTORNEY Chas Kittle, of Bmilliead, Kv . r,79jas. 542 194 874 552 298 675 343 089 726 15 Arthur S. Rice Elbert Elder L. Gatliff Caadidale rifU. Hi. n ASff.t, Majriatrate Fifth District. N ami 5 Brodhwd Pre BBbJHct to Ueaneratic Mwrjr, Eur i 1917 AX Y SOI KMKNTS. to announce i.ii oandidabea for as Johnson Rowe Jackson B. Lewis.. John F. Dooley... Sam J. McMullin.. Judge Lunsford... Arthur Collins 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 ORDER f NAMES WILL APTHEIR PEAR ON BALLOT AT NEXT SATURDAY'S PUIMARY NOT DATES Kreftger. S. I). LEWS , L. W. BETHURUM, JAILER Thr iS Kowe MAG 1ST KATE JOHN C. GK1FFIN, vV. J. SPARKS. U. G. BAKER. bt-e- tL G. Baker, Pres, W. J. Sparks, F.L.Thompson, Jr., Cashier Floyd E. Miller, Ass't Cashier Vice-Pre- s. I 4 following: are authoi in Kockcaatle ouuntj, napectfae nffi elecabject to the Uenuhlican tion in Auv.ut. 1917. penuai the thi Jas. Fop-a- B. D. Tavlor.. Frith FOR JUDGV, Cam Mullins. or Mt. Vernon. Ky. (i. M. Bailar.l, .f Ml. ''inon, K J. N. (j'rillin, of Spiro. Ky. ( 905 38 . James T. Owens.. John M. Abney.... Marion Sparks Jas. R. Shearer.... 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 REPUBLICAN TICKET. COUNTY JUDGE Cam Mullins G. M. Ballard J. N. Griffin COUNTY CLERK J. B. Cummins Jas. Proctor S F. Bowman COUNTY B ATTORNEY K 0013 M R 1! ITlllJ. I VA ITOt N F.V. . of Ml. Vernon, Ky. 452 888 530 809 645 218 020 550 574 31 Everett T. lin Willie Henry Hale Robt. Fredericks.. Casner B. Livesay Arthur Payne McMul- 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 Thompson E R.Gentry B S. D Lewis SHERIFF Tip Langford Dave Clark Thompson, of Mt. Vernon. Kv. Ky. S. I) Levis, of Mi FOR SHERIFF. Tip I r.fiwri, of Mt Vernon. Ky I,. G Clark, of Or'amlo. Ky. FOR COTNTV COFKT CLERK, J, B. Cummin, of Mt. Vet MM, Ky. S. I". I'.owitiati, of Ml. K. .laiiur- Enactor, of Orlando. Ky. - FOR JAII.MR. "I.itti. " Ton, Taylor, of Mt Verm 11. Ky. Loue Sdwiii!-- of Mt. Vernon, Ky. ;. Y. Docker, of Ky. .1. s. Suti'hai-.lsof Fine Hill, Ky. Frank Mr..ims of Mt. Vernon. Ky. R. l'. Shipharil, of Orlando. Ky. .1. V. Chaato n. of luh Ma, Ky. I. L, Arnold, of Uvngatoa, Ky. of Ml. Yornon. Ky. .las. Win-iea- l, s. A. Draw, el Bare, Ky. Harry Join , of Hiatt. Ky. Jar-- Sin '.Utn. el Li illusion. Ky. i.enirv. of Pine Hill. Ky. . . 1032 I ' )R ASSESSOR. 623 C.T. Simmon, of Wildie, Ky. 269 V. IF ( aiiniiai, of Mt. Veriiou. Ky. 685 FOR OFNTY SURVEYOR. 1016 Rev. Win. M. Durham, .lohni'tta, Ky 335 493 FOll MAO STRATF. iii.'ST Dutnuor, 923 W. M. Bonder, of Ml. Vernon. Ky. 841 Fifth IHSTBSCT 391 Mil-reof Hanrloid. Ky. fsslsli 353 FOR CONSTABLE, I st HOOFS. FtiR BtTFT. Mr?. Alice l):i -, et Mt. Wrnori. Ky V. R. Mrkeraoa, of Livingston, Ky. 01- i.- Llovd Adams 350 Willie Frakes 54 Harvev M. Barnes 870 Ervin Rice 549 Wm. B. Langford 140 Jas. Louis Hughes 7H Theophilus Owens 7HWalter Nicely 1022 Clayton WThitaker 5 981 770 882 677 749 525 760 183 56 792 Arthur Taylor John Payne Wm. H. Ramsey... Charlev McKinnev Wade Price Robt. L. Lancrford Mullins John Lair Tiny Morris Albert Alcorn Lee Chandler SUPT. OF SCHOOLS Mrs. Alice Davis VV. R. Dickerson 92 93 94 JAILER U. B. H. C. Shepherd Jones-Lee 95 96 97 John L. Phillips... 9P Jas. W. Cromer... 99 100 James Barron Alfred F. Parrett.. 101 102 103 104 Arnold Taylor Clark lxgue Sowder S A. Drew las. Shelton (Little) Tom Taylor G. W DecUer J S Sotithaul J. W. 105 106 107 108 109 110 112 Chasteen Prank Mullins Eugene Gentry Jas. Winstead ASSESSOR Renner Carmical Tom McLt more J . G. Orton C T. Sigmon CORONER Alouzo Hansel SURVEYOR W. S. W. H. VV. 841 638--Le- Nim Ramsey--. vi 118 Jones French Wm. HusJames 119 ton Jones Tipton J. Singleton 120 Andrew S. Cress.... 116 John W. McNelley 116 117 David Wallin Walter L. Wren.... 113 114 John Mink Miller Ill M. Durhiin . FlI.'ST PlSTIMCT, J. A. Jones, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. FOR RFTRFSFNTATIYK 71st , G. II. l,iurcl and Rockcastle. John R. (i. A. I fnhllatiim District. of lim I County. of I.on lion, Ky Vn.iidi-vi-nt.-iof laurcl County Cornelius, of LjUirel Count J J . led. till-- , -, in distress at sea. it sends its S. O. S. calls a vessel is ' s ln-sappeals arc anuocaui. swered by the brave and jloyai sons of the sdi. This loya!t on the part of some brave sea man, often means life to his fellow man. There is an appeal coming to ns today. It is the 'Save, Oh Save" oi our Allies i Europe, llie.r women and children, possibly their armies, are facing hunger. This calliscom-inacross our broad fields. It conies from sections famished by war. In many of these sec tions are the families of the men who are fighting for the cause that means so "much to us. We are a great agricultural nation, and our biggest task is to feed our people and our Allies These people are anxious to buy, and pay well for, all the food that And our loyalty We can spare. life. If the hun to them means gry wife and hollow eyed children of a brave soldier were be fore our doors when the vegetables from our gardens, the fruit from our trees, and the pro ducts of our fields are going to waste, we would say. this must not be, we are a Christian pee pit. God has sent these people to us and we must care for them. But this obligation tests upon us as a Christian people just as much as if these Jpeople were at our very doors. We can not be loyal to those who are fighting ter us, as we are fighting for them, and waste. We are not a right thinking n-- Whfs n cr "ms rnd e IcnjTU' 1 g 124 W. Tharp 12r 637 Bert E. Martin 360 Robt. S. Graves... 126 127 571 Caleb Mullins 128 488 Mat Jones Nor704 Cossie Dean 129 ton 130 McClure 1053 Other 131 72 Charlie Bond 132 456 Ernest Hart 112 Elmer E. Brown... 133 128 Charles C. Brown 134 135 679 Jeff McClure 136 805 Ben Purcell Atkins.. 137 llAmold E.Smith 138 900 Richard 139 Taylor 98lArthur Gregory ... 140 363 Roscoe 6 Wm. H. Anderson 141 142 327 Brack Durham Captain Logan Mc644 143 Kinnev 144 93 David Baker 957 J. Turner Sowder 14- 345 J. Irvine Fields... 146 147 103 Emmet Burton 148 556 Henry Mink 149 154 John F. Berry 150 51 Harrison Allen 151 717 Jarvis Noe 152 30 Sollie Alcorn Leslie Cox 153 193 Harvev 154 388 Wm. B. Griffin 608 Grover C. Mink.... 155 156 406 Owen Hill 519 Cleo Marion Lar- 157 kin 158 25 Ben Allen 159 392 W. F. Howard 889 Wrm. Lee Swinney 160 383 James A. Garfield 161 Gabbard 162 588 Steve Morris 856 Albert Richardson 163 705 Eddie E. Newcomb 164 576 Lloyd A. Mullins.. 165 944 Harmon Skidmore 166 167 122 Charlie Brown 642 Wm. Thos. Moore 168 939 .John T. Stephens.. 169 170 222 Joe Cummins 171 906 Amon F. Shell 700 Walter Ed Nicely.. 172 297 Jas. Walter Drew 173 321 Geo. Deatherage.. 174 736 Walter T. Owens.. 175 707 Robt L. Norton.... 176 177 368 Joseph Griffin 974 Henry C. Thomp178 son 179 320 Charles Doyle 950 Charlie Smothers.. 180" 181 925 Wm. N. Smith 182 1010 Tho. J. Wood 970Earl 121 Benton Flynn 122 Johnnv French Chas. R. Fletcher.. 123 Joo Wilson John Scott REPRESENTATIVE 7 1st District G. H. Vandeventer John R Floyd. G. A Settle 1st Distiict Fied Cornelius MAGISTRATE W. M. Sowder W. M. Mullins J. R. Pyvans Frtd Unas K Ti odd way CONSTABLE 1st District Ge;. Bullock J. A. Jones Jas. Fisher MAGISTRATE iud District Grant Smith Lee Ward Freeman Ketron W. I. Dooley CONSTABLE 2nd District W. H. Riddle B. A. Riddle Sidney Sims Walter Wren Frank Adams MAGISTRATE 3rd District Barlow Clark J. E. Hammond Sherman Chasteen W. D. Abney CONSTABLE 3rd District Bert Phillips Walter Baker G. D. Miller W. R. Ballinger Arthur Clark MAGISTRATE W. D. 4th District Mullins J. J. Drew CONSTABLE .4th District Elmer Joaee Miss Iaabelle Ping has very sick for the past week with The above is a true list of the appendicitis. Candidates registered for the varThe following i.s a copy of the ious offices to be voted for at resolutions passed by the recent the Republican Primary to be Rockcastle County Teachers In at a good rate making friends held Aug 4. I9I7 Mid the order siilute. We wisii to call your ry purchaser of our 01 ein which the names will appear paiticolai agricultural and farm imattention to eighth res on the ballot. plements. They know after olutien urging the support of! S. F. Bowman. C R C C. the Rural School Hair to be held the first trial tha'. our goods are made of the best and Mt. Vernon on the J6 and 27 at mere is more atarrh in tins of Octofjer. Only through tha most durable materials, fashsection of the country than all cooperation of the good people ioned in the. most expert other diseases put together, and of the county seat and the ruial manner, ami that we guarfor years it was supposed to be antee ike wearing rapacity teacher will this project be m.ide incurable. Doctors prescri bed lo B success. The of everything we sell alteachers have cal remedies, and by constanly though our prices aie so alrealy pledged ,their support failing to cure with local treat reasonable in every departai.d we are sure that the cipzeus meut, pronounced it incuiable of ment. Mt Vernon and Rockcastle Catarrh is a local disea-- s greath are umg to do their part. This intl lenced by constitutional con being true the Fair will be a sue &2 ditions and therefore requires cess and on the das of the constitutional ireatment. Halls there will be a great army et (atarrh Medici. .e, manufactured people in Mt. Vernon who are v by F J. & Co., Toledo, interested in the welfare of the Ohio, is a constitutional rem d y. ooys at d girls of our county. A is taken inteinally and acts thru li.st of the prues will be pubthe Blood on the Mucous Sjir lished in the Signal not later Mt. faces of the system. One Hun the first week in Septem ded Dollars reward is ottered for thm In the mean time the boys! ber. any case that Hall's Catarrh Medai d girls sbould be saving their icine fails to cure. Send for par' b st farm produce to enter and ticuki'S and testin.onials. doing their best school work F. J t'her.ey & Co., Toledo preparatory to making something Ohio. Sold hv druggists, 7.5c Hill's Faintly Pills for cons ti pa to put 011 exhibition. tThere' kitn will be thiee exhibitions; as firm, and garden pro- .luce, hand work for boys and' giils, and a display of school OLD Rev. James Todd preached at work. There will also be a Friendship Sunday. Miss Ola speaking contest for ,! oys and a from Friday until DcBord spent the girls, this will be on Sunday with herpirents here.-M- rs oue for Friday night before thi rural Estell Price aud two little schoolsjcome in a body. sons, Clyde and John, of Judson ail We the Committee on Resolu Ind., are here for a months visit with relatives. Mrs. Mary A. tions submit the tollowing ieBroughton and children have re- port. Resolved: First, That we exVkJ turned to their home in Mon , V1 fVi 1.' lt - .1 M ; ... 'eTorie k tana after an extended visit with tend to the p ople of Mt Vernon courher parents, Mr. Jand Mrs. Wm our thanks for the many r Harst Miss Mary Mae Lathim tesies shown us. Secoud:-Th- at we extend to aud her guest. Miss EMe Rhea, Rev. George Childress and attended the institute at Mt. Ver- the non last week. -- Mr Bob Mullins his class our thanks for the QfrafOftMfta "w artifc "at g m gkfryflfrarflfrar Tj. TST' ir-" spkndid music rendered. was ih rough here Wednesday re aj .aOfcjtciifc: 4f j.rJccSK presenting Arnold, Hamilton & Third: -- That we appreciate the ordered stomach Are you fUM Luxoii Grocery Co. He spent earnest effort of Mrs. Davis as Mrs M. R.' Searl, of them? ' tile ni'ht with his cousin, W. E. County Superintendent and Mr. Baklwinsville, X. Y., relates her Mrs. F ige.10 Stokes o, .nt Andeison. Mr. and Mrs. Geo J. O. Scoggin, Rural Supervisor. expieretue in the use of these F r id and Sat rd .1 y leia f Brav and cMtdrPtl wr Fo'irli: That we heartily en- tives i.yat Mt. uVernon w i t hMisses tablets: ;'I had a badsixsnell with mv stomach about month With Mr. and Mrs. J L. Cbuatj dorse ttatf action of the iustitute and Hattie Carmical ac airo, and was tr m bled for two or sou Saturday night. It seems in the effort to enforce the com- Bertha rmi)nid their father to Hawk I three weeks with gaa aud severe that one extreme always follows pulsory school laws. an stomach .f Pai,,s. in ,ho Pjt Creek last Friday-M- rs another, we had quite a drouth, Our drugg st advised me t t ike Fifth: Death having removed Shepherd and Mrs Win. Wallen Chambeilun's Tablets. I took a but, on Saturday the 14th, it was from cur ranks our esteemed spent Wednesday evening with bottle homo and the fist dose rebffokas by a rain accompanied by friend and Co worker, the Rev. Mrs. John W. Kirby. Married .Moved me wonderfully, and I kept a hail storm, wuich did great I " W, VanWinkle, one of the July 18th, Miss Cordie Robins Ou 'aking them untd I was damage to the corn and it has ed " These wb'ets do not most conscientious and faithful Mr. Andrew McFerron- .rained every day since with the nfHr the pain has of our county. Picking blaeberries see ns to be hee 'relieved m;lv )nvvent its rt. teachers been of one day. Mr. and exception That onr deepest Ike order o the day in this part, cuiieaoe. Resoived. Mrs. A. C. Sowder spent last he extended to the be sympathy t'rice, the xruit tre Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. rtaved family and that a copy of agent was in this pirt last week Mr. J. B Cummins II. Brown When you these resolutions be furnished Mrs. Tedford Harper and childof Mt. Vernon, was here hst the newest in ren, of Spiro, spent from Friday them. Wednesday and Thursday. Mr footwear Sixth That we highly appre- until Sunday with her parents Cummins is a candidate for CounMrs Charles work of Prof. Ireland here Carmical come here. We now ty Court Clerk and we can say ciate the and regard this in- spent several days with her sisoffer Keds, the new for him as instructor that the prospects ter, Mrs. James E canvas rubber -- soled stitute the best we have had fo vVithers last week. Mullins at are very bright thru here. We shoes for men, women several yetrs and we respectfully feel that he will be the rinhi charge Mr. Ireland have and children. New S& man in the right place. Mr. and asK that in style, new in cominstitute of RockcasMrs. T. J. Brown and son, came of the I9I8 , County. fort, new in wear. up from Somerset Saturday to tle They'll make your Seventh: That we endorse to visit his mother. Mr. Irown feet happy whether returned Monday. Mrs. Brown the action of the County Boards you're at work, at a and the boy will remain over a of Education of Ky., in making lawn party or trampMiss Margaret Jones of debts which are within the week ing over the hills. Cushing, Oklahoma, is here for a bounds of the law and building Soles and heels of short visit with homefolks, she and equipping school houses for springy, new rubber. Upbrought her little sister, Sarah, the children of the state. pers of a specially woven. who had been there having her -- That we endorse the line grade of canvas. Eighth: James Winstead eyes treated. J. M. Craig, of movement for school fairs and FOK first of pledge our support in putting on Quail, was through here Jailer. the week with a nice drove of foot a county fair at the County am No. 14 on the ballot. I sjieep.Miss Bess DeBord one of Seat. Don't forget to look for Win9tead Berea's teachers was spending I. L. Pilkenton, Chairman, last man on the li t of Jailers. at home, was called to vacation Mollie B. Webb Secy. ARE YOU ONE OF THEM. Berea on important business. There are a great many perSchool opened here Monday with sons who would be very much Prof. John Scott as tutor. Mr. benefited by taking ChamberFLETCHER'S FOR Edd Jones is with his father, lain's Tablets for a weak or dis- M. B. Jones for a short stay. 5th District Chas. Riddle WE ARE DRIVING ALONG - F-i- r Ch-ne- c.c. COX Vernon, Opoosite Court House ful-Iow- a, LEVELGREEN JONAS McKENZIE THE RELIABLE f :::cr:pcc:c:Ko A - . r a Merchandise -V-- good line of General ::::- 1 Farm Implements X--- ;, T,-T- ... ... -- i rfo.; -"- -. HO PE WELL ;p:.1t:t -iT-"- - W-ib'- , -- m e - cur-and- --- want .fstiffti s O fedjp' Children Cry OA3TORIA MT. VERNON SIGNAL, JULV 27, 1917. GO TO IT GO TO AUGUST THE MT. VERNON FAIR 8-9-- 10 3 BIG DAYS WIN YOUR PREMIUMS I LADIES ADMITTED FIRST DAY SHOW YOUR LIVE STOCK NEW GRAND STAND IS READY and one of the best in Eastern Kentucky. The Primary Election will be over and everybody will be out for a THIS FAIR Is Making a SPECIAL EFFORT To Have the good time. All LARGEST FLORAL HALL DISPLAY ever shown in the vicinity by offering more and better prizes than ever. The New Grade from the LINCOLN COUNTY LINE Is Good, Only 14 Miles and Only 45 Minutes Drive From Crab Orchard. Most the Roads Are In Good Shape For Motoring attractions. This show carries ten cars and 195 people and is one of the biggest on the road to-da- will furnish the Browns Greater Shows y. Ballon Ascension High Diver, Pivins EVERY Day By One of the MOST DARING AIR RIDERS In America. Dg and BIG ELI Will Be THREE of the CHIEF ATTRACTIONS Every Day. COME AND SEE ALL THIS AND MORE ADMISSION C. D. SUTTON, President 25 CENTS AS USUAL J. L. COOPER, Secretary TO THE PEOPLE OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY : S PUBLIC SPEAKING. 1U I ME Kfch'UtSLK-AIN- b Ut KUUK.--J Judge B. J. Bethurum "- CASTLE COUNTY: The farmers of this community arc thru laving by corn now a and are enjoying much needed rest. Mrs. Cha. Sargent is very sick with typhoid fever. Dr. Gravely is attending her Mrs. Maggie Prewitt, who died near Medical Springs last -- HIATT Cam Mullins aud others will speak to the Republicans of - Gentle men : $, .JF .. . ;1 The Election is just a week off and you Rockcastle Couuty at Mondav was laid to ret in the Oak Hill burying ground iMafef are about to say who you want for Jailer for the next four years. I am in this race to stay and if you think I have made the right kind of an officer 1 would appreciate your support on Aug;. 4th. If you do not think I have done my duty as Jailer I would be glad you would make an MT. VERNON Saturday, July 28 I v-.-t i rv .lii j J investigation at once. Gentlemen, I fully appreciate your support given me four yews ago and trust that you will not forget me Aug. 4th. Remember my name is the last one in the list for Jailers and a!so remember the saying that "the last shall be O'CLOCK It is the intention of tliee speak ers to urge the candidacy of MR. MULLINS for the Republican nomination for County Ji idfgc, and nttent ion of the taxpayers will be called to the present outrageous financial condition of Rockcastle County, EVERYBODY INVITED. AT 1 ones The aftemooa. Miss Anna have our sy mpithy Robinson of Utwt, is the gmm t of Mr and Mrs Walter H singe Jt IT Hotmail was in Paint Lick Tu-sHay Ma- y on business baiy and ist"ts, Misses Man o ad Margie motored to JMt. Ver. Dolora Bo d entertained a few friends Saturday evenim' in honor of h r non Tu.o-.da- y -- I is charming Vnn, t'earl gWMI Miafl Fannie Ms of Conway and first : Youi friend, JIM WINSTEAD. ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP ! r I R.H.MILLER TIP LANGFORD of Kerea. - lift. Liura Lear was called to Copper Creek to the hem- of Mr and Mrs J. J Brock on account of the serious illness of her httle grandson Houit-- llenson. -- Mr. ChesniM. of I. 1J. ai.d Mrs Williamson, West Va., are with Mi ;. his father for the summer Violet Lear of Paint Lick is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W G. Capps -Herman Singleton, who has been sick for some time is no better at Moore - this writing. Harry Jones Jr., LEADING Mt. Vernon, DRUGGIST Kentucky Lexington Louisville $2.55II AUGUST 4 to Limited to Aug. 14 $5.45 August 6-- 7 -9- -JO CALL ION US if you need anything LIMITKDTO AUG. 13 L. & H. R. R. L.&N.R.R. ACCOUNT in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty I have just received a message my brother. D. B. Langford, who may be that he will linger for a few of his recovery. His sickness pend my canvass in behalf of my candidacy for the Republican Lear and baby, Theima, are KowUtnthis week, S for Sheriff for the present and will prevent m ee$p9C$pci x9p&XT from seeing a great many of the voters that I expected to see However, I will be back in ? between now and the primary. c. C. my nrotuer, 1 want to appeal attorn the held as soon as I can leave MTVEENON.KY. be overlooked from now to my friends not to let my interests O FFICE. On2rl.floorof on until the primary. I may not get to see you in person, but Bank et Mt. Vernon, on ?Church St. Special atten ask that you work as earnestly as though I had seen you. tion given collections. This is the last statement that 1 expect to issue to the public PNO.N'8 8o before the primary and is my final call upon my friends. With the assurances of support that I have received from 1$X$pC&X XOCOC visit-nominatij is visiting his sister, Mrs. Bettie to come to the bedside of of MaiUand Mlssouri. is not expected to live, ItjBorn to the wife of John Fugett days, and there is a faint ,a fine son on the 22th Mrs. Fan-hop- e causes me to have to sua- - nie Lear and daughter, Mrs. Jess Williams ey-atla- w ACCOUNT Grand Masters BLUE GRASS F.&A.M., Augio and State Grand Lodge of Kentucky F. & A.M. PHONE FAIR AuglO 0 39 z B everywhere, I am confident of victory. CAUSE OF DESPONDENCY. Despondency is often caused Again thanking you for what you have already done for j by indigestion and constipation, me, I beg to subscribe myself. and quichly dissapears when Sincerely yours. Tablets are taken. Langford , Chamberlatn's strengthen the dw These tablets Tip y VERNOX nlntNAL. . a JULY 27 1917 anJ it so will maka von an otiicei thai will be el credit to nfyseH and our ronnty and no uiij wili ever bnvfj caue to regret voting for uie. I ?SB.': SfS t m:: kff c h ,s. fcT" 6S? 5f:lffjWftB' Tm PL ' BBg lP' yu Asheville y i (G Where Comfort A waits You n the mo., .i Twelve Reasons Why You Should Vote for y" A retreat i can-st)(jic;r- business carts away fnr '" ar,d ";' . ay of every day 'j wvds where n bO Your sapj will h' highly ii by B f$ 'I here arc aanot of these qui eqsy- be found Your friend. am -- eX " TO K -i J i Chattanooga Niagara Fails Thousand Islands Atluntic SmmIkw LOW ROtJNO TRfP Ceo4 : Neu. .... land Con. '? ua Ci.M . DAVE CLARK. Mhhif,m and Hi COi EjBMCM ji ' fijf', ' 2- ; TM l r" - gflfe?.S U .x .COii8 DAILY . .l . ' W,-'-. al4Lir' VV Ov .fractions for rccreatiun Each location has distiv - nUu'-ain addition to the J apate ' en air pastimes. starts el your trip. Wc shall be pleasec" I liana r wABmm C 'yourloc! .iA:t PlMMfV A; it, I .--, I,ci;-igio- To my Republican Friends: This is probably my last chance to say anything to you before you &' ' :,3EaTdaa, tHHBE . Ky go to the polls on August 4th to nominate a Republican caudidate for County Court Clerk. I want to thank each of you for your lib eral support in helping me assure mv nomination lor this office and II . !& -f hBwHnanlnVBSflS 1A?C;4l , 8BnBBnnn9Bnw jTic X - Mt. Vernon Graded High School AN $ Health About Gone Many thousands of women suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, ofHayne, N.C. "1 could not stand on my feet and just suffered terribly," she says. "As my suffering was so great, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . I began improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." CAM MULLINS County Judge FOR trustyou will continue your support. Should I be nominated I shall be grateful to you, I have not the slightest idea that I will not win but want to warn mv friends to be awake acd see that I get a square deal everywhere. 1 av ACCREDITED COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL A Standard High School Course ofStady. Tboroogfa TnuningAad a Gaaccal Review for Teachers BIGHT WELLTKAIXED TEACHERS First Term Begins September 10, 1917 T. N. Nok, Chairman K. 15. Cux, Secretary D. H. LYON, principal MT. VK15XOX, KT. TAKE F Pale Faced Women Take Phosphates to Mak Rosy Cheeks and eautiful Forms Men Need Phosphates to Make Strong, Healthy, Vigorous odies. incrrasr Iheir slrrnglh, energy and endurance 200 per rent or more by simply taking a few weeks treatment of Athl tos Argo-Phospha- ST 3 TLe Woman's Tonic She writes further: " I am in ajrieadM heahh . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If ycu are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise Bds medicine for Dm good it lias done them, and many phydebanwho have ucd Cardui successfully with their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, :. ;; o ; Civc Cardui a trial. . Trusting that you will remember me on 1st Because he will make you a sober August 4th and cast your vote in the cross Judge ; opposite my name, I remain, 2nd Because he will work to reduce your taxes; Your friend, 3rd Because he will reduce the County's big indebtedness without borrowing meney or increasing the tax rate ; 4th Because he will keep his promises; 5th Because he will always keep his promises; 6th Because he is competent to fill the office ; 7th Because he will enforce the law ; 8th Because he knows a legal claim against 2 5c Box the county and his signature as Coun- A Skin Bleach or Whitener for dark brown skin, removet ty Judge will never be found to any ing blemishes and clearing swarthy or sallow complexions and causing the akin to Grow Whiter, Don't envy a einaj other. 9th Because he will see that the people's money complexion, use CocoioM Skin TYnittHPf and have nc. WHAT USERS THINK OF COCOTONE is not squandered ; I Oth Because he has a clean personal and offic Macon, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Ooeotonc Co. Cocotone Co. ial record; Dear Sirs: Send me by return IW Bin: I find that mail two boxes Cocotone Skin Skin Whitener is lac lest prep I I th Because he is a Republican ; Whitener and three cakes of Coo- aralioa I h;ive eBf used to clear Otone Skin Soap. Tlioy are fine the skin, and wish you would J 2th Because he will be the winner. and do not caae to be James Proctor. Free COCOTONE SKIN WHITENER Ox-oton- e - essential to anv man or woman who tires easily, is nervous, or miMMe, worn out, or looks bag pah- to make I Rtrollg, griltl :U robust rfi uiMiis lieallhy loiiy,as tliey are lo cotton to make it grow. Tin lad; (,r Phosphates m i be .in-.of nil ettetuic ctmdi lions and the adniiiiisteiation oi Strain Argo 1'hosphate tablets I i .- The muscles tone. become nervoua. irritable. despondent, melancholy, the braia fnga, and the meinerv fail 'lliciefore it you wish to pre .your youthful vim, vigor, and i1;ilitv' to a ripe old tge.vou iini suppiy i ne uencuny oi t'nos pliates most easily assimilated. 5k Notice: Argo Phosphates which is recommended and pre will liicicasi'tlie strength and f imaV. frriMi par scribed by!! phvsieian in all cnemie )t .1 l :S i'.i ,1 iLe li W..! UM.U ai.d WUtUCU .illu jt- medicine, but one Pt that is sold tent ii two or three weeks time and recommended by well known in m:uiy inst and tlnii' drenEjiata everywhere, dnd phva All Druggists c.utiiiiK'd use v ill 'nil .i up lb ICI ills ;)!' sU'r-iniP l!' rii'i arbotr iii'iuus tyalria, and ppv: st. tuents c nt. tilled Ew mil Being n'W Hie, im, vfpor and vitality nlirely unlike manv other Phos to the whole lxdv I always pre phatec. -- rfv A It is easily assimilated crtbe Av. i. PunFphwIe to jati and will be found effective in the imJ !'::! s ents who ;it ..,. it rf i d:cro ti n nd and it is g to auu boW slomueh lr..u.oe-- . nS VdittfiK i il cks treatment quickly n tow We are having lots of rain ; t cnvn worn run mi; Pniwl i t ioiic vmII tr.usfo.m a pale fee to h The manufacturers of A.o Phos present, 'out that .s what it Takes rosy cheeked There an y fopfeit ,0anych,tita to make C K. VI ul "later ' .os. , ueeu. u, ea my, oeauu ,,,,. instltut i()11 00.00 if they Caillin- - i s hnorovina fast and vill till ll'nln. II ', II l.illl,. t' I..H' "'' . not t: eat any man or wouion tin "". y II UK II UIIII'I Willi I IIOS der 65 who lacks Phosnb ite-- t and soon lie on th road again. ph.i-eIn recent interviews increase their strength and en Miss Mabel Cnnmin is visiting with phyaieinna an the grave and durinc.e from 10 percent to 300 relatives n White Oak. The serious consequents et a dofi i par oent: nr aaore in oneaaonta's techers from this part have reeucv et Piii.splntes in the bio xl time, if they ate free from Orgal turned trom the Institute at Mt of Aimncan men and women. I 1(. t It is dispensed by all Vernon and all report a nice hace stroiitflv emnha-ize- d th rehatile druggists. fa( that doctors fthobld prescrilx1 If your drujrrist will not sui) t'me and feel benefited by having mme phospl.ates in the form of 1)1 v vim. send Si M) to the Ariro been t! ('I'- - Mr aid Mis. W. C. nrgo i'i...spimt. ror weak, worn Laboratnriea. lo Forsyth Bl Tbomason and children pre visitout. baggaid looking men and J Atlanta, Go., and they will send ing Mrs B B. Pd Owens. women. When the skin ispaleJtoua two weeks treatment by Owens and Fred Muliins are de and flesh flabby, it is a sign of return mad. velopirg a good muscle cranking Fred's Tin Lizzie. Vk Price and Bill Owens are still getting in for X breakfast every morning, but N aon t know now long they can keep it up, although we hope the boys success. Wedding bells I are ringing on "Buck Pint", boys ffl get our cow bells and fence Ky rails ready. Dick Cummins and Miss Dovie Muliins were mar ried last Aveek. but Dick has COMPLETE LINE--Coffibeen called to the front since Caskets and Robes P9V IrJ 'JBlLflm O Several other boys have been Mad, Telegraph or Telecalled from around here. J. C. phone orders Promptly and Ben Griffin, Morris Cotton Filled gitn, Moss Muliins Gaad C. V. Price were in Cincinnati last week after Fords. t I Atlanta, ia. Dr. F. A Jarobson atioma. When the phosphates so the blood, the piuk cheeks ays thai Phosphates an' just as i too ht'.v TO THE REPUBLICANS OF CASTLE COUNTY: ROCK- 1 without mail rnal me two bVfa at once. Knclosed is money order them (Siirned)lrs C V Johnson. for $i.2J. Do not accept aabatitntasof Yours trulv, in) tations at. Jai'km n, Ci-.v!:. Cncntonc Co I a. ross, (i i err Tii in cwt ma d ' i M-i- ! ski er saw dar'. and the 'ir t b i Dear Pne iU: Y .nr "ocot .ne Skin Witn? IS the tiiie- -t thiilg x The Cntoaon Cb.. Ai'a in Ga. -- In n is 1 ' iii id I I li e mvr lill 'Vili! ;,:. SnentnaM hail if i' in l i sh al1 i.jJ .,! . i fiio I tn-- s u a k me Rntli-Si'iI lirht . l . r, an b i' mv ha-- ' ml me i BwiBvnBnnnnnKBnBjF?' rife - c- - boxes of Kkiu ak- - s fndil' oi'. lease send oi iik- vmII to r S'llllMS to 'ii i'o it. CO free will be I enehaac six T v.ll will ;ix in l,'. packing we .osl ul uuiil- - Whitener and two Yours Trulv M. WHITK el' ci.,). Name Add re Xi-en'- s -- ! - Ann mr-os- . ... Wanted. . ... - 1 - , YJ 1THERS vE nfinwnL. y 5inS i P- ' ' 1 -- M ,,;'" 1 nk s 1 1 n i daffl ft nns a an. ' v Vlneaa fLaE- 1 xttirlcagicMacgprK vo&x&x$ J WaB aW SKANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER DAVE CLARK. PRIMARY ELECTION is drawing near and the Republicans are about to select a candidate for SHERIFF, and as it has been impossible for me to see every voter, 1 take this method of saying to those that As I have not seeu that I will win this nomination. was stated in my former announcement that should 1 be the winner that Moses McNew, of Wildie, and John Shade I trust that I Helton, ef Spiro, will ba my deputies. may see you and that you will help me win this race Brodhead ns, ' AS TE1E Alll4 I u9 &1frf The primary is drawing near a close, and I feel that the peoj le will give me an endorsement for reelection for County Judge, as has been the custom in this county. I want to be permitted to carry out what I have undertaken in the road business, and if permitted, I will guaiantee yon that it wili. be done I write mv own articles, I pen my own thoughts and make my own talks, so if I am duly and truly prepared, worthy and qualified, please vote for me. Your friend, G. M. BALLARD rICrUH 13 PADD j BLUR.iED PRINT MT. VERNON SIGNAL MT. VKRNON KY, Ju!y "7 I 7, Fan Sparks has returned from a months stay at Kokoino, Mis wmmmm y Miss Noia Jones, of Winchester, is visitiug friends here for a few up "No. 79" wtien 7 C. days. j$ raclt to Conimunl cue with SIONAI. V. C. Tate has been laid up most ef the week with aching tooth C. A. Chandler, of London, was lie re Wednesday for a few hours 1917 la YES! BUT Everything's Pretty High THESE DAYS! In fact we're doing our very best to make it easy for you. ahead of anything in town. Geo. Ferguson, of junction City, was here to see his mother, T1MR TABLE. who is very sick. 22 nortn.. 5.52 pm Prof. D H. Lyon left Monday 24 norm 3:56 am for a two weeks' tour through t'S south 11:43 a re Western Kentucky 12:13 am 2l South Judge 5. J. Bethurum has been Jas. Landrum, Agent, jiu the county since Monday mak I ing political speeches. Phone No. 8. Mrs Logan l'owery and chil Ki.:rr-- I :it the Ml Vernon, Ky. I'oc'olice dren weie guests of her sister jxhIUt. UK mil Mrs Robert Cox, duriug the week Mis. I). C. Sandidge and prett P K I S 0 fc A L little daughther, of Lyuchbure. Jim Nieelej and three of his Va., are here for a visit to her parents, Mr and Mrs. S. H Mar-tichildren have tvphoid. Mrs. Sidney I'a ne Smith, of Mitchell Owens, Jr., is home Pine Hill, lias typhoid. from a few months' stay in Lou Willie Todd, an old Rockcastle Mitch says the water in boy is barberina in Lancaster Luisville does not a2ree with If its to wear get it at Fish's. now. him. Big line of wash skirts. of Detroit Miss Francis Dr. M. K. Pennington was Sutton & mcReb. is spending the week with friends here Monday, but for some cause Get your copy of Livingston the deal for Lyons' property on here. Bulletin at Drummond's store. Miss Maggie Jones is teaching Richmond, was called off and we do not know what the doctor exSee Fish's $20 Special suits. old Chestnut Ridge school again pects to do. You may need one for the Fair. this year. Chas M. Thompson, the popu Miss Eattye Perkins of Stan- lar and handsome Fiuit jars, tops and rubbers. young cashier ford, is with Jier sister. Mrs. W. of the First State Bank of Liv Canning acid at Drummond's. G. McBee. ingston, was a caller in our town Millineiy at cut prices. Milo B. "Butch" McClure is Wednesday evening. Button & Me bee tele'-aphinfor the L. & S. at Willie Martin, who holds a New silks just arrived at DrumLexington. splendid position in Lynchburg. mond's stjre. Come and look. Miss Anna Adams, of Tulsa, and who is an exceptionally fine young man, was here for a few O' Bryan Overalls for father and Oklahoma is isit:rg relatives days last week to see his parents, the boys at .Fish's. Nothing but near Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Martin. the best. Little Miss Mary Lucas Brock Misses Martha Sparks and New fall shoes are arriving daily of London, is with her sister, Francis Garnett, who went to Mrs. W. H. Fish. Harrodsburg last week instead at Fish's. The dark tans for Miss Thelma Wallin, et Crab of Louisville, have returned to young men are beauties. Big lir.i of childien oxfords at Orchard is visiting her cousin, Mt. Yernon accompanied by Miss Martha Kiker. of Harrodsburg. 50c and $1.00 and up. Miss Lillian Orittin. Sutton & McBee. John D. Henderson is buy LOCAL testing distilled spirits for Uncle Wm. Roiaud, the man who is Bi line of Keds at cut prices drilling BUB at Camp Nelson. for oil on the Harve James Mc.Vew of Richmond, at Fish's Mink place, is the latest victim Inu., wis here and with relaFlour, Meal and Feed at Drum-moud'- s of the Ford fever. tives near Orlando last week. The new Baptist Church on Prof. John D McFerron is Briudle Ridge near Tom Mink's Cut prices on all low shoes. Dr. and Mrs. W J Child place will be dedicated next Sun Sutton & McBke. ress at Houstonville this week. day. There will be an all day Have the babies pictures taken Silas French of trie Rose Hill service. by Eberhart next Saturday. section, has gone to Oonnersvillo, One used cane For Sale: Come to the Mt. Vernon Fair Ind , where he has a good posi mill and boiler almost good as Grounds next Monday morning. new. tion. Big Eli will be at the Mt Ver Edd Jones, of the Level Green D. L. Bryant. , r.on Fair. You can ride him for July 27 3T. section has returned to Middle-townOhio after spending a week a dime. Big Eli is the largest one of at home. Swan Hats, Arrow Shirts and Misses Grace and Emma Tay- everything young men wear at his kind ever shown in this section of the couuty. See him lor have returned from a visit Fish's. at the Mt. Vernon Fair Aug 8 to Mr. and Mrs. App Taylor at Watch our Bargain Counters. 10. B rod head. Something new every day at Mrs. Cleo Brown, who has so Haivey Mitchel, traveling sales- Drummond's. faithfully and efficiently served man, fanner and future Justice SeeW. H. Fi-about that the patrons of the Mt. Veruou of the Peace of Laurel County, Northwestern Mutual Life Insur office, as postmaster for the past was here this week. four years, has been ance policy today. for another four year. The two oung sons of B. T. Middy Blouses and middy Young, of Brodhead are guests Bill Mulhns and Lee McClure of Master J. Preston Young this suits, at low prices. of the Chestnut Ridge section, Sutton & McBek. this week. have imported direct from Iowa, A thousand Misses Louanna Whitehead and pair of Tennis five registered Holstein calves. Bernice Land rum spent a por- Shoes for men, women and These boys are progressive farmtion of last week with friends in children, 45c . a ,pair at Fish's ers and bsleive in better stock. Cash store. Houstonville. y County Road Engineer Mrs. Wiley Smith, who was For Sale: - One good milch tells us that he expects Miss Allie Lee Houk. and little cow and calf. to have that part of the Dixie daughter, of lndiauapolb, are visD. L. Bryant. Highway leading from the Ren iting Mr. and Mrs Rob Cox July 27 3T. frees Creek Bridge to Jim Prew-itt- s Misses Marserite and Sarah place opan during the Mt Dr. M. K Pennington will be in Jones, of Oklahoma City, are with Vernon Fair. This will afford their father, Col. M. B. Jones, Brodhead July 31st for a week or ten days. If you have any dent- good travel for the folks living near Level Green for a mouth. in the northern part of the counal work see him at that time. L. V. Merrit and family of ty to come to the Mt. Vernon Campbellsville, have been guests July Fair. 1 will be in Mt. Ve.non four of Mr. and Mrs fcTom Branaman JUST A WORD at Lang ford Station for a few Saturday July 2128 Aug. 4 and 11. Prepared to make all kinds da vs. My last word to the people through the paper is that 1 am of Photographs. Located at the Mrs. Ella Franklin of Wildie. making my race by myself and 1 who has a good position with the old stand on West Main St am not tied-ont- o or hooked nn Ben F. Eberhart. Wisconsin Steel Co., at Benham. with any one candidate or set of Harlan County, is home for a few One of the big attractions at days. the Mt. Vernon Fair wi'l be candidates. Voters, please remember what Mrs. Elmer Houk of Harlan. Brown's Greater Shows. This and Mrs Casper C. Ad.uis of company has with them 195 peo- I say. Yours for the nomination Harrisburg, 111., are expected to ple and is one of the biggest of for Jailor on August 4th. Little Tom Taylor. night to visit their parents, Mr its kind in the country. John M. Cress, Preachersville, and Mrs. Martin. The Rockcastle County Cbrir-lia- n an old Rockcastle boy, is a big Logan iBryant, Hyatt Craw Bible School Convention will ford, Pat Cox and Willis Adams be held next Sunday at Rose trader of late. He bought the McKenzie returned from Cincin Hill Church near here. Acom-plet- e Paul Finch Place between Crab Orchard and Paeachersville, last nati early yesterday morning program is given in this week, and this week bought the with four new flivers. paper this issue. Everybody is i0 acre farm of Hon. John W. Mrs. Henry Catron, of the Ce invited to come and bring a full Yerkes, near Danville, for which dar Creek section of Lincoln basket. he paid S2OO per sere. He will County, is with her mother, The Council et National De- sell his old home place, near Mrs. Sarah Maret, who is sick at fense of Rockcastle County will Preachersville, and move to the her home near Wildie. meet at the Court House in Mt. Boyle county place. Mesdames D. C. Sandidge and Vernon at 1:30 P. M. Monday New time table which went inAll members to effect last Sunday, No 22 the C. B. McKenzie of Lynchburg, July 30th, 1917. train V., and Lieut. Aubrey Martin, are earnestly requested to at- Louisville 5:10 is due at 5:52 instead of p. m. and No Ky. Inft., are with tend this important meeting. of the Second the train from Louisville is due 23 at M. Pennington, Pres. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.H. 11:43 instead of 11:44. 'No change C. 0. Davis, Secy. as to the night trains. Martin for a few days. louisvatc 4 Nashville R R Co. Nkm it's not our fault! on business. We still recommend $10, $15, $20 or $25 as a fair price to pay for a suit of Quality and at these prices we've seen to it that the Quality is far fm Ma) Pw That's the truest economy Spend a ft iIhPi n. fair price and get something BETTER CLASS something durable and well tailored se good dependable fabrics and linings and trimmings of equal merit. You can surely get it here together with a service that will gain and hold your friendship. LEUtttt! THE CASH STORE n-it- h 9-- h Mat-tingl- -- 13-3- t. B. F. LEWIS DEAD. Wash dresses for children. Sutton & Mr Bee. Frank Lewis, the subject of The Mt. Vernon Fair begins one week from next Wednesday. this memoir,was a son of David ami Martna juewis. Me was Col. R. L. Ewell, of London, is born at Ml Vernon, Ky., August dead. He was one of the oldest 10, 1863, died at the Methodist citizens of Laurel county. hospital in Umaha; July 7,1917, Homer Henson, age 3 years, aged 53 years, 10 months and 27 son of Mrs. J. J. Brock, of Hiatt section, died Wednesday, of spin- days. He was one of a family of nine al meningitis. children, all but one of whom surTake a whole week off and vive him. They are Samuel come to the Mt. Vernon Fair William and Mrs. Bettie Whiteevery day. Something new! head of Mt. Vernon, Ky., Mrs. every minute. Alice McLaughlin of Albany, The Mt. Vernon Fair has in- Oregon, Mrs. Lucy .McCall, of creased its shows and attractions Maretburg, Ky., and Allan and without increasing the price of Roy Lewis of Glade Park, Colo admission. Mr. Lewis Jreceived his education in Jthe schools of Kentucky. If you have furnished rooms for rent during the Mt. Vernon He remaiued with his parents on -- 10, notify the farm until he vas of age then Fair week, Aug. J. L- Cooper, Secretary, at once. he went to Mercer csunty, 111., where he continued farming for Emmett Sowder was caught the next two years. between two rock cars at the 1886 Mr. Lewis came to Shelby Mt. Vernon plant of the W. J. Sparks Co., and his leg was badly county, Iowa. He worked on mashed and cut. farms near Harlan for twelve years, and ;then he attained his Next Monday is the day set for the Final Clean Up of the ambition to own his own farm Mt. Vernon Fair Grounds. If by purchasing the farm one and you are interested come prepared a half miles northwest of Defi ance, where he continued to live to kill some weeds. until the itime of his passing Mrs. Bessie McClure bad a away. hearing of her case, charging imMr. Lewis was married to proper handling of the mail, before Judge Moore at London, Settie Wyland, July 3, i890. To Wednesday, when the case was them were born seven children; referred to the Federal grand Mrs. Blanche Eigler, Ralp, Ray ' jury for investigation. Gladys, Dale, Maurice and GerA Red Cross Chapter was or- ald. Maurice and Ralph pre ganized at the Boone Way Opera ceded the father to the Great house, last Monday evening. We regret to have to say that the Beyond, and others with the meeting was nothing like what it faithful wife and mother, survive should have been. There will be the beloved husband and father. another meeting next Monday Mr. Lewis was elected a memnight. There were 36 members ber of the Defiance school board enrolled at $1 00 each at the Monday night's meeting, and so- the year after his coming to De liciting committees were appoint- fiance and was a member coned. The amount Rockcastle will tinuously since. A year ago he attempt to raise is $1000. Don't was elected president of the forget the meeting next Mondy board. The splendid efficiency night. of our city schools was largely McKENZlE BROWN MAKING due to his faithful work on the GOOD IN BRITISH NAVY school board. Last fall Mr. Lewis was a canJ. McKenzie Brown, the only son of Mrs. Cleo Brown, is doing didate for county supervisor, and splendid service and making a the the county was largely of the record worth while as a lieutenant opposite political party to his, he in the British navy. He is sta- was elected by a handsome ma tioned near Mesopotamia, and for jority and would have taken office some time has held the rank of Recently he was the coming January. decorated with the Distinguished Mr. Lewis was a membet for Service Order insignia, which shows that he is doing his duty. many) ears of Guardian Lodge His friends and the friends of his F. & A. M. of Defiance, and family will read with much pleas- was always interested in the work ure of his splendid achievements. of this order. He had a kindly He hopes to come to America and disposition and was always a spend next Christmas with his friend to those in need His was mother and gandmother, whom he has not seen for nearly nine a frank and open nature. He years, but that depends altogether impressed all with the fact that on the war situation. he wished to be fair with all. Go to Fish's ter the newest Mr. Lewis has always been a thiug to wear. bard worker. Nothing was too much for him tj do when the CLEAN-U- P DAY. welfare of his family needed his Next Monday, July 30th will best efforts. In his last illness, be Final-Clea- n Up Day at the which lasted for several months, Mt. Vernon Fair Grounds. All he kept at his work as long as stockholders and others who are was possible for him to do any interested in making the fair a it thing. He doubtless sacrificed sucoess are invited to come and spend this day cleaning up the many days of his life by not giv grounds and getting ithings in ing up work sooner and consultship shape for the biggest Fair ing specialists for his malady. ever put on in this county. The funeral sendees were Local freight will carry passen- held from the Methodist Episcoger coach between Livingston and pal church in Defiance conducted Mt. Vernon during the three days of the Mt. Veraon Fair, by Rev. E. B. Scoggae, at 2:30 August 8, 9 and 10. The local P. M. Wednenday. The Shelby will not leave Mt. Vernon until 5 County (Iowa) Republican. o'clock those three days. I Hidden Money Causes Murder ' A REPORT from Quincy, Illinois, says that Mrs Ellen Culliner, who lived near there, was killed by robbers who stole her money 89 -- - and killed her to cover the crime. She was thought to have large sums of money at home and this knowledge led to her death. The Bank is the safest place for money, and it is always a good plan to have a Bank Account and keep all money on deposit. Thieves do not risk the charge of housebreaking unless they are reasonably sure that there is money in the house. Interest paid on time deposits. The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C GRIP FIN, President W . H.COiTONGIM, Vice-Presid- ent C M. THOMPSON, Cashier TO THE RePUBMCAN VOTERS BET READ II EVERY of Rockcastle County This will libe the last appeal that I will publish to the voters in the interest of my race for Jailer of Rockcastle County. I want ysu to think seriously over this matter and remember that in voting ter me, you are voting for a man who is sober; who will treat every man fair and who is not able to do manual labor for a living. In regard to the work of the Janitor at the Court House, I wish to sav that if elected, i will expect what the law plainly allows me and no more, because a man who will cut the salary of one office against the law, might do the same thing with anorhe man's wanes, if he had a chance. Mv name will be the thir teenth on the ballot and I appeal to you to assLt me in my eifoits to secure the nomination and in doing so you will . render me help which I will use all my power to return to the people in honest, faithful service, should I be nominated and elected. Youjs very truly, . sub-lieutenan- t. WORD OE THIS The reason This Is done this Way is to Be Odd And Then I thought you Would fall for Wich you Did. Now, then, to go on: I desire to say To my friends That one week from Tomorrow, Aug, 4th, You are to select A Jailor for the Next Four Years. 1 am depending On you to help Me win this race. If 1 fail to get To see you Remember Your old friend. Eugene Gentry. LINCOLN COUNTY DAY Friday, August 10th, will be LINCOLN COUNTY DAY at the Mt Vernon Pair. There art always Urge crowds from Lincoln county and the Association decided to name this day Lincoln County day. W. r . bheruian, who was once . Mullins are the most recent ad cheif train dispatcher for this division, is the new Superintend- - j ditions to the Ford brigade. ent et the Lebaqeu braech ami No. 21, the night passenger, will take Charge Aug 1. Mr. will stop at Pine Hill, August 8, Sheridan has many friends thru 9 and 10, on account of the Mt. this section where he is well Vernon Fair. known. R-- v. H T. Young and Edgar Little Tom Taylor P S, Keep aa eye on -- Little Tom. j - r m , ivitV "The Five nvt&r --&: :2S Tires' fa i 7 , vm ' ? m Take No Chances in Tire Buying Ther is risk in a chance but not when you buy a tire of known quality of known endurance. United State Tire all five of them, 'Royal Cord,' 'Nobby,' 51 m m :ss 3? Chain,' 'Usco,' 'Plain,' are tires of known, demonstrated and proved service and endurance. the make of tires that costs less per mile today than any other make of tire now or ever. h proof the consistent and persistent sales increases of United State Tires. Your experience, too, will prove their quality. ycar-by-yea- r, mouth-by-mont- United States Tires & Are Good Tires A Royal Cord' Tire for Every Need of Price and Ue 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Uco' 'PUin (nKid.Slnlu Tl BLS aid Tllir. ACCESSORIES Have All the Sterling H IS u.id It ior tiu( Mahn-- uitvd Stale Tin Supreme ! n r m. fc T.; A complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant Bros. BROIDHEAs.13 AUGJ51617 1917 A - FAIR THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST i i ii very heart of the farming: part of the BRODHEAD FAIR has labored unceas inf;!y Tor the promotion of agriculture and stock raising. Since its Inauguration 22 yea's ago, these interests have advanced more than fifty per cent, due largely to its influ:nce It is not run in the interest of money-makinyet has always earned a o0o4 percent cn investment. It's watchword is ood will, encouragement and service. Its mission is not only to encourage the development of the natural resources of the County, but g, in LOCATED the the .lentgad quarry line; theace with its line N aouces, boili rs, (!yo.im X decrees E. 3 7 Doles to a oal cutting machines, mot. .is. vires stake in the east edge of the county ind v iiinfi- and all building of what. cor character r ad ; thence S 3 degrees W. 24.(3 belonging to said Doles to a stake in the southwest :ompany iitoated upon the promiss 4 in items 1 , 3, unJ Pursuant to orders or he United 'f,Se E- s,aid road; thence S 51 de- - leacribid 16 l', or in any way appurtenant " it i District Court of rlw Eastern 4? a m,ard stoie o or usol in or about or in eon nee-io- n n;.,-;- ,, r irQT,,.i c.n. on the west side of road; thence tc with such coal mines and the r, sviiv. -(...., tiL- TTrour.w vn o,u 9Qt. new line with Cora Ward N. 74 2 Tesos Woivlfr "r-kidn. y J J UJinioi fwi lay of September and on May 2'j, d roes F. K3 5 ooles to ? stake in tandling of fhe output hereof, and TF1F ,, d dial Llll H:0 filfllpailr i.rl.ic, ' r.t the hnr of Thomai;, thence his line ill V O IT 7ll"l fn P mi it i in ..'in. u''il.n ;.... :ll i now owno.l i.y tism ami in irr men s.,1 hM,,-.herein the Mississippi Valley Trust ?. 43 degrees W. 66.9 poles to toe ne .inn company in connection with by yi.ur ilruriri-f- . ,: peuy is . miplainai.t and the New begnmiiw, containing (not including, One mall !.. : the grave yar(l) he said mines in Rockcastle county eeiptofSL : nil srklusB faiN but elud"!)tU Livingston Coal Company is defend- rl tulx All of the foregoing lots, trie i Send fur t'tiuionia ant, the undersigned Special Master l"V"hT"v5 .' ' ,1"ITEM 2. All the coal and all the ind parcels of land and right and ttutr-- . Dr. E. W. Hail. -frr rVtr VirVi ist qi nil Vklii.ill by dnisjfist-- . -- Ailv. Mo. ;, .in,j jn nT,v being an'i est bidder therefor, the real an', per- - '. gas, mineral and timber and sur- the Company, in, anthe lots, tracts and r,?hts snal property hereinafter describ--- f,ace and uponof the following described includingdescribed in a certain parcels of land mort upon the premises near laving- f er ed. in sa'' Rockcastle Kago or deed of trust from the Now in RorteasJe county, Kenuicl Livingston Lot aufflbsr . jven (7) in the a Coal Cosaaaay to the on vision of the landed estate of Job" Mississippi Valley Trust. Company AUGUST 15 1917 MT. VERNON FAIR at 2 o'clock in tVi-the afternoon. Said f-- Rales, deceased, bounded as fol- - hearing date July 190. and recos lOWS : in the office of the Clerk of Roek-astl- e ,..!,.,.,. tli,. wm.t o., 1. v. v. bamAb IWIIV.. u:ui lilt 10 .. 7 al rounty in K. M. 1! Be;iininp at a stone with white Special Master shall receive no Liii Df the recorda of said ' "th?r Posters in the line agi vhr. from any one offering to bid shall not firtt deposit with said Spe- - gj Kddie Smith, corner of Lot N. , toekcastle county and as sel ew ml l)l.f.. in-- rir . Wan ..i: Al cial Master, as a pledge that he will N: J degrees W. 50 poles to a ftone he W!1 or (omnlaint in said In Equity (at Erankfort in .... AMI pa y the lin.'li ae-- w'th pointers in his line; thence N. Xo make good his bid in case of its I ni ceptanee, the sum of one thousand ,;1 2 degrees E 132 poles to a be United States District Court and e in cash et ( mis re appraised at $9,000.00. dollars (S 1,000.00) in monev, or by stone on a ridge in James MaHaf . C. C. WAI A B, .) ma.ie (juimns, ...... c ert:fied check on and natonal b:mk Nor, iiim es E. .poles U l StJLVtCT in the Hne & 48 locate or trust compai-Mi Vernon, Kv, vo lacK oaKs on a nuge; inence o '. it. Address: Richmond. Ky. State of Kentucky, or $2,500.00 par value of bonds secured bv the mort- - r" 4 det'iees E. 48 poles tea atone 'niv la rage referred to in the bill of com- - Wlth pointers, corner of Lot de- a line of same S. (1 i,i nn.K. .nfl ,lufl,r,. i..;,.f !! thence said decree to be good and aild. The prees W. 1M poles to the beginning deposit of the successful bidder shall contaiwng 41 acres, which ut was be hold a d applied on account of drawn by Daniel Bales, (Contiaacd fnaa ist page Also tract known as the ode:l the parches price and ar.v deno.it vey land, which was deeded to he claimed were the receipts and disbursements from the genreceived from any unsuccessful bid- AnfOst li6o eral fund der shall be returned to him when himR- onP- the 24th day ofT. for 191G and then asking where the re. r oi ;he Oreshrir Gresham and bid of the successful bidder shall 'v the expenaac of the conn-- y 's recorded in e,s! money was. He failed to give you al' con- tTwhl('h have boon accepted and the sale 1,l"k J Pae 234- aml ioaidod as by a lot. If I had space. I would g re th(jm to you. inelud.ng tinned by the court. . . t large item to the Sheriff for collecting all the lax for that Upon confirmation of the ale by follows: Kecrmning at a beech and hickory . court the purchaser shall make such e. r, but if he had taken the time to look into it. he wt.uld fa on the sooth side of Bockcastlo Kiv- further payment or payment poles below the old have found ihat at the beginning of 1918, there was a la aboot 100 cash, on account of his bid, as ihe once stood court may from time to time direet, Pjce where the house 110 poles to deficit in the general fund which e .hausted .ill the difference may satisfy and thonce S. 71 decree.. rihe purchaser he attempted to make and several hundred dollars besi.; ,smake good any part of his bid not re- - a 110P' ir ai''! wh,te,oak; atnen,('coakAnother charge is that I failed to do my duty and the quired to be paid in cash bv turning 21 de ees W. 2. poles to red ounty had to hire additional counsel. It is true that when th. nee S. 5 decrees B. 78 pole: to a in to be cancelled or credited, as pro- F, - 'h'to oak: thence S. :0 K..,! :j .i.. ..:.i ..i :.. Mr. Winstead sued the county in regard to the servk of jan- to a white oak and Spanisn coupons pavable out of the proeeedi M lor just after I went into otfice. that the Fiscal Court employ, d fit) K. nalr thenee on ribution. on the bank of i man to assist me in that case, believing that il was al es to a beech 'j he property to be sold is as fol- - r.o importance to the taxpayers that there ought to ha Rrckcestle River; thence with the lovs. In another case in which the county was condenui- All the following described rights, ""e ourse u poies to two wnns, mistake. vTh ce N. 63 degrees W. lle poled to ng a right of way powers, pri 'ilexes, through Mrs. Hiatt's land, my opponent supposed to co.uain chises, real and personal property the beginning, filed a claim for damages against the county for Eleven Hunacres more or less op- owned, existinsr and and Also a secoond tract known M t.ic dred Dollars for building a road through a farm which was er ted under the laws of. and situ- ourat in the Couniv of Rockcastle, Zodock Spivey land and was .u-- -i listed for taxation at Five Hundred Dollars and it being in a rh "'l by mm rrom jonn oaies, Kentucky, State of sense, a test case on the right of way proposition, the Fiscal Bon-ITEM 1. All' of lots numbered vo which is recorded in Deed 398, and bounded as fol- - Court employed an attorney to help me. as they had a right laJ?e one (1, two (2) and three (3) of !:o do, if they wanted to. Despite the fact that he is trying to tbe division of the landed estate of lows: m the leave the impression Heerinning at a double ly-.John P. Bales, deceased. that I neglected the interest of the couniv Also two certain tracts of land in Anderson survey runnmr.g with the in these matters. I was present at all times, helped get up the one bodv, being tract number two middle of the drain so it wffl stride evidence, try these cases and &id all I could in any way for (2) as called for in a certain deed A mouth of the branch below the to said New Livingston Coal Com- - spring in the field of the old . Ander- the protection of the taxpayers. I have no idea what my opponents will attempt to make pany, the first tract being on the son tract and containing 2 acres. Northeast side of Rockcastle River more or less. y people believe, as an eleventh-hou- r scheme, to defeat m for for a tram way All near one half mile above the mouth over ar... this nomination, but I ask you 'o look losety into anv report of Boundstone Creek, and held nn-- of ne esaan width on the land formerly owned by circulated on the eve of the election and if possible report it ,i,mthe following patents: One of fo ' Livingston Coal ( ompany, out re-nH patented to T. A. Gresham to me. I promised the people four years ago that I would do !'tly owned bv Wi.liam War.!, and the 9th day of March, 1883; one he very best I could, and I know I am better qualified to till Of 130 seres patented to Mrs. T. A. by htei sold to J. M. Thomas by deed of re ord in the Rockcastle County this office than when I took charge of the office then. Gresham on the 2nd day of April, This b not only a right between me and my opponents it 1881, also a part of a" 250 acres Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 1J Uriah r. tented asto follows: Gresham, and P: .' '84. Said r.?ht over, cn and in ts a fight for temperance against intemperance. It is a fight bounded f'd land, includes also sufficient Bei'inning at a lvnn stump close bnd on the northwest corner thereof between drunkenness and sobriety in office; between clean on the northeast bank of Roekcas-- ffr tinple for the purpose of y loading government and corrupt policies, and whether I win or lose to in the race, the fight to better these t'PPinp coal; said tram-watie R ver, it being an agreed division conditions must go on. corner made bv Zodock Spivcv rnd extend from the aforesaid Spivey and it matters little what your obligations to either of the canland this last described Mrs. R. P. Gresham: then with .he !"nd S. of Thomas to the Louisville & Nash-2!- ) did ;tes may be, you owe a greater obligation to the hoys and a- rood line made by these part:es poles to a stone ville Railroad, "and includes any and girls of this county, who must spend four years under the degrees E 47 ridge; thence N. 7 decrees E. all other rights plaintiffs or ei'her of leadership and example you select for them on August 4th. OH aid and (meaning Cora poles to a white oak near the thorn" I appeal to you in their name to place your approval IS ci,e;-:.apasj "own in or. to said land to v. W. comer of said Spivey'i field: my record as an official, and I promise that in the next four Thomas." which was deeded to th A E. 10 then.e N. 70 poles to a whi o oak ntnmp wi.h New Livingston foal Company by yean, as it has been in the past four, there will never be a nointers, a , orner of Spivey and Com Ward et al. by Commissioner 1me when you need be ashamed to bring your wife, sister or Job- - n lie's heirs (150 acres tract ni the first day of October, 190... laughter into the otfice of your county attorney, and that you Bd is now owned by the New in the nme of Uriah Gresham): in feel sure that if you do, they wiil not be shocked at the merston Coal Company, with the agreed and marked of necessarv door by an oath, the smell of whisky or perhaps some filthy Also a lines of said tract between said heirs t;rst party above; N. 51 2 de- - width for crossing a bridge and tres story. And I want to ask you. if you are near enough, to come aid grees K. 88 poles to a stone pile on tie from the said Company s land mi o some of my speaking engagements, where I will go more the west bank of a drain with point- - Items 1 and 2 of this instrument d- into detail into the issues of the campaign. 5bd HBrJ5nd acrosiTthoQ ecs (whore a hickory now gone is LM Verv trulv. called for); thence N. 61 intersect- E. 166 poles to a stake; thence Prees W. 272 feet to and iram-wE. R. GENTRY. v art Hnrc V. ii nnlf.. to a stnke ing with said tompanvs its noint Mil t N. 80 deoi a lift with ointers, Smith cor- -- tion with the said feet from & Nasn-I- ; Louisville grees W. passing saU .,- e Railroad no n...nc also another cor- - vH lynn. in all bridge and trestle now so located rer of his 100 acres a llreserving io s.,,i, u. .. W! 118 roles to two chestnut oaks and the rn elm under a cliff, corner of the 38 Thomas tyingright heretofore granted rafts, logs, ties, boats acres, 130 acres and 250 acres afore- - him of oek- DfiL j idS. 1 degree W. 27 links to a and booms to and along the River bank abutting and Ftake on the bank of the river; thence faatle s proner Company rn Trith the north bank of the river fiontms;. said in Items 1 and - oe- the following meanders: S. 83 2 the coal, and all WO. 3.-- A11 poles"toP a stake on the thb rights in under and upor 1 deserfted teaets o top or a cliff; thence S. 7 2 de- - ho I followjm- Rockcastle county to-said grees W 18 poles to a stake; thence la.' Louisville & degrees W. 12 poles; wii. S. 33 ract No. 1. bine 7C.88 arr-.-n,,. c n io Aaraai w 11 79. 100' roles; thence S. fi4 4 decrees more or less, (not Limit Round Trip Tourist Fares From M L V'enon m oo ion riM p 57 aWee acre, yard and o OpCial lVlaSler SlNOtlCe of Public Sale .. sgB and loassM, . EBBE ail powet , 1- .a - H" 1-- (, s 1 I 1 i to--- . w-al- i , , U-t- ' -- j - - - in-tin- I"'- I '' GO TO IT 8-9-- - I V.H. -f ,m,li-c:;iirn.- : 'K!-iii- :; Aug. ! ' 1-- 1 '' - I 2 de-re- Spc-iia- !-- '. : ! -2 E R. GENTRY.. - - ie - s d-- ... '"?'. mf-RcieI nt fn-.n- - t0 r e to-wi- t: : "-- i rnjht-of-wa- . - o' rr-,-,.- "! - 1- -2 2-- 10 ) 1- -2 1- -2 Liv-then- right-of-wa- y 1- -2 de-sa- 1- -1 de-rrc- id aj f-- s 1 right-of-wa- y, "' - - M hei-tnbe- fore 1- -2 - Mm&MJM via Nashville Railroad 30-Da- y 2 i 3-- 'lunV11 to rufUtte iIm- good will and a bearty cooperation auioug its people. 'Hiese mv some of the roeaoiu iirby the people keenly appreciate and patronise thu III' ')! HEAD PAIR. Other reasons arc beemme.ol liberal premiaraa, fair treatment ami a heart veAeome. Then still other roeaona. Wh have one of the hest ami imt mmoilious nrountlii '! State. Our g.i si r.alu, ipuMiirij gr.vis, tin ilriea an.l pi, inenahirf, and wells of inexhaustible cold water make it au IDEAL SPOT for '.I'llii. id BIG DAWS' OUTING. - U corded in 4 decrees noles said county ooles; thence S. 05 2 degrees W rpcords ofNo. 2, containing 41 9 Tract 29 noles: S 58 4 degrees W. acres, more or less, described in d?ed poles, S. 7 4 degrees, W. 2G 0 W. McCormick dated poles, S. 59 4 degrees W. from George 1906, and recorded ir 11 March 20th, - to the bcrining. i If page 291 of the records of no he un conveyed is Rook 21. ''"he,, true ... vam a r.-- i ii- - t:.,- - stud couniv. .v cenws u uo wn.i containing 156 acres from ..,.,. --mi . ---. more or less, described in deed 1906. tlil'M rj;uit meaner Pondar. dated March 21, on. .. containinpr acres, oe uie same ;,..- i p vvi. 91 nao.p r' tirti itritiiucu fc. said countv. o . more or less. recor(ls 0f part of the 130 " " 1- -2 1-3-4-3-36-106-1-3-- all 5 olesoi'aaneh;W.in 24 S. 55 18 ' ' MJpfS NEW YORK $34.30 BOSTON $36.15 the Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in the East and Xorth '' 1 &-ILSLiZr3- fL2 Variable route fares available through Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls. Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the AJiron-dack- s, Lake Champlain, and other Tr mJ East and North, including trips cities and resorts of the on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. ?lswsssssss Foe particulars, rates, folders, etc., apply -- - The second ...... iU . tract is -- nt;;n 12c J. A. LANDRUM, Ticket Agent J m m Competent Judges from Lexington and other cities tell us that our FLORAL HALL is neve- - excelled by any County Fair in the State, Admission only TWENTY - FIVE Cents. Vehicles and Automobiles admitted FREE First Day is always Ladies' and Children's Day, and they are admitted Freeif A. J. Sams, dated March SI, lWUh, oak and recorded in Book 21 page 279 of the records of said .county to vit pi"in?I ST. a?T--' If ? Tract No 5, containing 138 acres. , ; so a corner to iot i in me uivisiuu ui estate, it being a corner more 19nH J. P. Bales' 1 dateH March i 4.1 IMMIIIUCH ritror ij - '.yTforked'white Beginning no ;... ..r nnn AUGUST g SssiS Jssyr jyKwsy UhHDBRTAKBR 3T 1 " f9mJlvV-2MAjll- All Phone orders 8 W. A. COX. 94-- dear ees E. OT pointer at 2 fall- corner ; thence N 66 poles to t 15-16-- 17 degrees 49 2 fallen poplars N. poles to a white oak stump wit. pointers at a branch, the mouth of which is overgrown with laurel bushes, a corner to the 250 and 150 TrIiiftWlffl coracres in Uriah Gresham's name, 130- -ner to Mrs. R. P. Gresham's acre traat; thence with same S. 49 degrees E. 12 poles to a stake in the sjgj55sS ?& J - "LWi center of Rockcastle River; thence down with the center of said river to a point opposite a lynn corner at Zodock Spivey's corner; thence with his line to two lynns; thence his line poles to a N. 29 degrees W. 22 stake with pointers a corner of Mrs. T. A. Gresham's to Zodock Our line of Couch Caskets Spivey; thence a line of same S. 83 is unexcelld degrees E. 12 poles to the begining containing 20 acres, be the same Handmade i Coffins furnishec more or less. Also a tract located on the waters UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER llnrse sent to all parts of of Rockcastle River near Livingston and bounded as follows: ;the County. Beginning at a chestnut on the KY. bank of a drain, corner to Thomas by Wire (formerly Livingston Coal Com- ; thence with his line N. 17 de- FW LETOHITS poles to the east grees W. 2 edge of the railroad y S. 44 thence with said Ml'. VERNON, KY. 4 degrees W. T3.6 poles, S. 29 4 Better have the boy's Photo degrees W. 11.6 poles, S. 23 de- W. 14 noles. S. 4 deorrees W. taken before he goes to war. r--I i'LZ k f g aod zi Bales' heir, line N poles to stone with en poplars, orginal 4 12 deecs E 1-- charge ca' j;kj Nq aa r. mm J!V OOOJJ 78 containing 40 acres, described in deed from J?0 y M;,,lin,. dnterl Mnrch 20. recordprl In 5ook 21, page . Kcordi of srid countv. Tract No. 7 containing acres, more or less, described in deed from S. F Sams dated March 20, 1906, and recorded in Book ?1, page 283 of the records of said coun- - ,,n.,0 roqrres5i ve People "TTHE business msn knows the value and convenience of a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; 3 wiuV-avrake m ty. TIM J. CMoCLARY i IWU li STANFORD, OMIdren Or 7 f MmPWGgl fe & 8-- PromptlyFilled CASTORUi 43-5- right-of-wa- y; right-of-wa- 3-- 3-- sMt acres, more or less, described in deed from g. p. Sams, dated March 20, 1906. arid recorded in Book 21, page 283 0f the records of said county, Tract No. 9, containing 12 4 acres, more or less, described in deed from S. F. Sams, dated March 20, 1906. and recorded in Book 21. page 283 of the records of said county. Tract 10, containing 33 8 acres, more or less, described in deed from dated March 20, 1906. . f. Sams, and rcorded in Book 21, page 283 of the records of said county. Tract No. 11, containing 198 acres, more or less, described in deed from Joseph H. Dickenson, admmis-pantrator with the will annexed of the Sambrook, dated late Margaret March 20, 1906,and recorded m Book 21, page 275 of the records of said county. And also all coal mines and all tracks, switches, mine cars, brdgs, easV tipples, scales, 70 3-7-- Tract No. 8, containing likewise tha progroafiea Eanaar; ami, too, bwjuitei woman. We shall be ghl to iaitutj pe le into detail of keeping a checking account, the WE WILL) BR GLAD TO TAKB YOUR ORDER FOR THE NBW LrUBRTY LOAN BONDS. I The Bankjof Mf, Vernon y) sjj oooB 1 right-of-wa- y,