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Mount Vernon signal: August 3, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917080301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 3, 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 EVERY FRIDAY digital MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, JKT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. 1917 NUMBLR 45 JS sc w m f wrvi . IK m VMM down there. Well it is mighty cool"in Brodhead, and the old shade trees at home, we imagine does look good to Hamp Mr. land Mrs. H. T. Young and child ren and Master Austin Durham, of Mt. .Vernon, were in town Tuesday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Young. -- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Blown of .Detroit, are with relatives and friends in Rockcastle ihis week. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter we:e in Louis- vdle first of the week. Fair Sec retary Granville Owens. Dr. Byron Owens, Master Delmas Owen and Dick Albright wert in Berea Wednesday attending the great Berea Fair Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate were in Lexington during the week R. H. Hanim sold his i9i6 Ford to J. D. Martin and bought 19x7 model, and O.T. Rid- die has bought a Studebaker two' more cars for Brodhead Jacob Elder, who has been head clerk in R. H. Hamm's store for sev-1 j Vegetables -;v Of all kinds, all varieties,, will be shown in the New Floral Hall at the Mt, Vernon Fair next week. Not in the history of the Mt. Vernon Fair, has I there been shown such an aggregation as will be I t C exhibited this year of :W-- -i 'u T MMlbMB - ' " '" " "" DDiJlC J mJ I m Ll T lOl kJlVil will provide Greater Shows 195 people YY I - kJr the most enjoyable and entrancing amusement and pleasure resort that has ever been exhibited in this section of the country, Always "On the Job' The right kind of clothes at the prices are almost enough to sell themselves. But there's another factor the personal element. Lot's of people come here to buy because they're sure of going away with a smile. And a customer's smile is worth as much to us as our profit on the goods he buys. The satisfied person comts back The size of a purchase is only au item. We figure that a t sale and a pleased customer are more valuaMe in the long run than a ten dollar sale ami a '"never come hack." ten-cen- 9 j j One of the best attractions ever tried to entertain the peo'pk in this or any other community, and one that always pleases is the -w- rx m j Make us prove our willingness to serve. Our itetka are especially attractive right now. Sutton BR & McBee MT. VKRNON, KY. OD H EAD The Gir!s Canning: Club, assisted by the County Demonstrator, Mrs. Jalia R. Gentry, will make various demonstrations in canning at the fair grounds during the coming fair. After the fair Mrs. Gentry will be at Citi- zens Bank each Tnesdav and Wednesday to assist those inter- ested in canning and etc, and will diMtribute bulletins and lend such assiftance as she can to promote and encourage this great work Ee sure to see the detnonstra w www ww vwwwo www ww ; tions at the ;fair, Aug. i5, 16, and 17. Rev. E. K. Pike and family, of Falmouth, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pike, of (Oklahoma, returned to their home the first of the week, after spending several days the guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Pike here. Mrs. C. C Howell, son and daughter, of Detroit, are with their ,vj rente Mr. and Mrs. B. A. adon. They will stay here until after the bi- - BrodheadFair. N H. H. Reynolds, who has been at work in Louis- ville, returned home Monday and says that "it erot too hot for him'' aaaAA&A eral years, gave up his position the first of the month, and R. S. Shivel is now looking after Mr. Hamm's customers. Mr. Elder will lake a much needed rest and Is undecided what line of business1 he will take up later. Mrs. L. N. Bowling, and daughter, Miss Gertrude, are with relatives in Laurel for a two weeks visit. Dr. M. K. Pennington, the Loneon Dentist, is looking after tooth troubles here this week. W. H. Anderson went to Mt Vernon Monday on his big Harley-Davi- d son Motorcycle, and says ,he kept in the road. The Christian Ladies Aid met with Miss Elizabeth Storm Wednesday afternoon. Eld. L. N. Bowling was called to Paint Lick Wednesday to preach the funeral of one of his members that died Tuesday. He returned home Thursday night. iMr and Mrs. L B. Hilton, of Stanford, were with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass and other 'relatives here the the first of the week. Rev. A. B. Portorf closed a very successful meeting at East Bernstadt first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Roberts, Mrs. J. R. Cass, and daughter, Miss Anna, accompan ied Mrs. L. B. Hilton to her home in Stanford Thursday. Roy Robins writes from Mer-keTexas, that a continued drought in that section has almost brought about a famine. For lack of rain the first planting of cotton in some places did not come up, that a number of pee pie have been forced to sell their stock to buy provisions and that many are leaving. He says if there is not rain shortly so a fall crop can be made tliat many others will be forced to leave. For several days jun past we folks would have been glad to make a liberal divide with the Texan rangers in water supply, and if our splendid season continues we will be able to divide with them the many necessaries of life as well. After tomorrow we hope to see things settle down to their normal conditions, and when all the defeated candidates get to work we hope to see tewer weeds, better roads and bigger crops than J l, rAWrlLVVI - I VXIkl II 1 -1 I iK lllSrri UlV(l " " g fl the most daring divers in one thiscountrV- - He will take the curls out of your hair every time you see 1S An idea of the pleasures and frolics that may be anticipated by the throngs of amusement seekers is indicated in contracts for the many Are offered from all points in Kentucky by the I OH rPQintlQ VAJI I VA3I VI 1 3 f him act The pikes leading to Mt. Vernon are in good condition. Ample space will be afforded for automobiles. Parking Wholesome, Cfean, Jnsfrucfwe, Enferfaimngr Mt. Vernon Fair J. L. COOPER, Secretary AUGUST 8-9-- 10 - NEXT WEEK ever before. While we realize ae ut that many valuable hours have been lost trying to influence the The death angel visited the working man to lend support to home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brock the fellow who never at any time ou the evening of the 26th, and had a ghost of a show to be elect-- took away their three year old ed, and that this time is forever baby, Homer Henson. He had lost, yet it will tend to show the been sick for some time with fellow who fails how much the spinal meningitis. His physician "dear people" thought of him and friends did all in their power andpossibly result in fewer men to save him, but in vain. After j a aas.-- . .. ... ground Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. dedica tion at Rocky Ridge un- H.Soard were called to Quail this jday- There was also a large crowd went to Hickory Grove week on account of the illness of Holiness church where there was their daughter, Mis. Larkin dinner on the ground, and all Hicks. Ira and Melvin Padgett seemed to enjoy the day. Mr. for Cincinnati and Mrs. Earl Phillips have been left Saturday where they have positions. Mr. in Wildie for several days Mr. and Mrs. Cljde Capps of the Chris McClure, of Paint Lick, is Freedom section were with their with T. J. Holman and family grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. this week. Little Raymond Lear M. Capps Sunday. Ml. Julia who has been very sick fofsome who has been with her time is better at this writing. Newcomb Edgar Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, losing time that could have been short services by Rev. M. G. Fish daughter., Mrs P. M. Padgett, was in our town Tuesday Mrs. for some time has returned well spent during the present the remains were laid to rest to her home in Rowland A Laura Lear and son, Givens, crisis. burying number from here attended the were in Mt Vernon Thursday. the Oak Hill in H1ATT - 1 i i ' ,M'!ttw,Ml ill! IIIIH ????? Fffffltnlffftffffffffffffffff II I ??:???? ffffff?ffffffffffffffflTf?fffff?fffff?fffffff?fff '- -"? A p V. The Brodhead FAIR Aug. 15-16-- 17 the BRODHEAD FAIR. Besides they have Fine SHADE, Fine WATER, only 25c Admission, and 25c for your DINNER. The Mt. Vernon Signal could not publish all they will have to show at a GEE! 222 LETS GO TO 15-16-- 17 IT. nun iiwUiwIwUiUiiwiiiJ 1 iiuiaiaaiuiauiuiiiuiaiiiiiii 222 i m I MT.VtRNON SIGNAL W.J 54- 870-Mi- Fan ay, Au.' j, 1917 440-741- - Harvey M . Barnes 104 -- Ervin Bice -- Wm. B. Langford -- Jas. Louis Hughes 107 108 -- Theophilua Owes -- WHKBKH$Z2aK!a'1 JJ ep ! -"'' "- '-" -' Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, CBSCRIPTIOM ONR YR.VR IO54 Wal'er M. OWHM $! n Advertising rates mcue kncv application OF ( 109 711 -- Walter Nicely 1022 -- Clayton Whitaker 110 111 -- Nim Ramsey 112 Levi Miller 03 -- Walter L. Wren... 113 114 023 -- John Mink -- Andrew S. Cress... 115 269 585 -- John W. McNelley 116 117 '010 David Wallin 118 S3 Jones French s 1 R.H- - MILLER Kentucky f LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, You Are zxrixgz Satisfied? 1 1 I ft ef r V The Peoples Bank is KENTUCKY PRBS8 ASSOCIATTO' 493 923 341 10 7 James Wm. Hus 119 ton Jones Tipton J. Singleton 120 Benton Flynn 121 122 123 12 o R R. Wilmott 391- - -- Johnny French CALL ON US if you need anything Fullv prepared to satisfy you in every feature Oi a safe and sound Ranking Business. More new accounts. More new business each day. L. W. 353 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S FIRST CALL The following is tli- - t"H ial li f that included ;n the Eratc&l to Mice ui Bo kcasUe'a quot; for armv efvire anil appear lx Di. isinii Wo rd ii fore ihe local examining Mt V rii' 11. on Monday, Augns" 6:d'visii tin 2 Tins 'ay, Augus'. n Ha 3. WfodMafo 7 ami divi-i- ' 1 . 11 72- - Chas. R. Fletcher.. -- Earl W. Tharp -- Bert E. Martin -- Robt. S. Graves ... --Caleb Mullins -- Mat Jones Cossie Dean Norton -- Charlie Bond -- Elmer 125 120 127 128 129 131 in the drug line Prescription 11 rot k a Specialty m m WATCH US GROW directors: IL G Baker, Pres. LEWS I. . PHONE j. E. Brown.... 100 134 M TVT -g-SfT ATVT OTTVT-- 7. 135 130 Ben Purcell -- Arnold E. Atkins.. 137 a. in. and three o'clock p in., As evidence that tlv writing? August 8: -- Richard Smith the following described lands, of onr uwn Jini Maict erevaJoed Roscoe Gregory.... 140 located Rockcastle county, tjv the newspapers and the pob in 1 -- Wm. H. Anderson 141 142 Kentucky on the inters of lie, rear! one hand red Kentucky -- Brack Durham Serial No. Order drawi creek and about three publishers have seed, dmint Mc-- Captain Logan 258 Wm. Jesse Cope 143 inihs South of Mt. Vercon Ken- - h pist ten days, an article fion Kinney 458 John Speed Ham 144 tucy. and hounded as follows: the K',i of this good reads ma' 93- - -- David Baker Sowder 145 On the North by the lands of entitled: 'Impossible Pronti 957J. Turner c 854 Arthur E. Rice 3 IK. J. Irvine Fields... 146 J 4 Sum and Sidney McClure, Jas. J iVc 783 James Philbeck.... grgmrdig Good Roada 837 Guy Roberts f Devault and Mrs. B. S. Devault: Candidates are urged t Bxplail r: 337 Arthur Franklin 3 on ttie Hast by the lands of John state ad Law to Constituents.' 670 J. Hill McMullin.. c 147 Cloitz and Milt llxh: on the The Courier Journal of July SOtl 103 Emmet Burton 275 Ben O. Cromer 148 Smili hy the lands of J. W Mar- - sou 'dined the aitic'e on a promi 509 Wm. Tony Kirby.... If 556 Henry Mink 149 , Wm. Sowder, Chas. Caimi rjent page, urd iu Tuesday's issue 504 Samuel Metcalf... 11 154 John F. Berry 150 Cal and John Fletcher, and on had a h dl column editorial on it 51 Harrison Allen 945 Charlie Simpson ... 1? 151 the West by the lands of l!dd Noe Ma590 Rob. Harrison 717 Jarvis et portion headed "Faker;' 152 son 13 30 Sollie Alcorn of B. K. wh ch reads as follows: Fletcher and the heirs Then 14 530 Arthur Lamb 109 Harvev Leslie Cox 153 Hetbnrum, ilectased, and contain- comes from various sources nevv-tha- t 154 388 Wm. B. Griffin 548 Geo. Chester Lan- ing 60S acres mor or less. Said candidates in sundry office-idram Pri-If Fred 120 Will Bullock If 608 Grover C. Mink... 155 land baa been surveyed and sulv sundry counties are using as ; 17 784 James R. Poynter.. 156 divided into six separate trac s pl.'.nk in their platforms advocaev 400 Owen Hill 755 Morris A. Phillips 1 Cleo Marion Lar- 519 will be sold first, seperately.snd of what they beiif. v to be 1? 107 James S. Burk 157 then the who'e will be sold lo kin counties a more popnlai 2( 010 George Mink 158 25 Pen Allen gether, and the bid or bids which plan of btoteaid r.d building 21 373 James P. Gadd 159 392 W. F. Howard 775 Sua Proctor 2f 889 Wm. Lee Swinney 160 produce the greater amount of than that which is in operation 48G Albert Isaacs 25 money will be ae opted und und r wl ieh the inter coun 383 James A. Garfield 692 ,ioe Baker AlcKen-zi- e 161 Gabbard A complete survey of said tv seat roads are given first con 24 5Qg 162 luids, together with a plat of stderation Steve Morris 600 Urvin Kelso Mar856 Albert Richardson 163 same, giving the boundary of In tin shicle published in th 25 705 Eddie E. Newcomb 164 tin boundCourier Journal yesterday C"l 81O John Y Pollev 576 Lloyd A. Mullins.. 165 the whole as well as the o 14 aries of the sepera'e tracts by Jim Mart president et Boon 2P 507 Kirt Kidwell Harmon Skidmore 160 '.iv, states qnit.o pla;nly an 167 courses and distances and meets 309 Wade Deathridge 2? 122 Charlie Brown 437 Grover C. Hatcher 29 642 Wm. Thos. Moore 108 and bonoda, is on fi! in the Cir completely the bearing that the 9:10 604 Teddy L. Meece.... 3' John T. Stephens.. 169 coit Clerk's Office in the papers platform promts S of ;ttv' candi170 43 Reuben J. Abnev.. 31 222 Joe Cummins date can have upon the pluio1 .'... 32 171 f this case. F. Shell 924 Floyd Smith 906 Anion d or bonds with approved Staleadroai building when he Bo' 420 Albert Havnes 33 700 Walter Ed Nicely.. 172 1014 Henrv P. Webb... 34 297 Jas. Walter Drew 173 security, payable to myelf sa says: "It is misleading for ti 514 Stephen Kidwell.. 3r 821 Ceo. Deatherage.. 174 mn.issionei bearing six per- candidate r any one else to make 3C 433 Fred Hatcher 736 Walter T. Owens.. 175 cent interest from d.ite till paid it appear that thru their influence r; 707 Robt. L. Norton.... 176 villi a lein on the proj)erty and anv certain road or roads will be 10 Chas. A. Allen 1045 Oscar F. Wallin.... 3fc 00 j VTilffe M. Vance hiving the force and effect of a State dd until the 1031 John L. Wynn 3f. 368- - Joseph Griffin 177 judgement will be required of highways have received atten4S7 George M. Isaacs.. 4(i 974 Henry C. Thomp41 797 Heavy Pennington tion." 178 the purchaser or purelia ers. son 140 Renj. H. Barnett... 42 320-950- - Charles Dovle Witness my hand as Com 179 4." 432 Robt. L. Hasty S U M M B R CO M PL A I NT. Charlie Smothers.. 180 missioner. 18 Edd Albright 44 B9B 8ain Steward Q. S. Griffin, If. C R. C. C. During the hoi weather of the 652 William Manus ... 45 1010. Thos. J. Wood 182 summer .mouths some member 927 Chester A. Single919-65- -John I, Sturgill... 183 CATARRH CANNOT BE Ot almost avery family is likely ton 46 Sherman Mason.... 184 CURED 739 Victor Owens 47 814-73- Purr Lee Proctor.. 185 t6 be troubled with an unnatural 601 Buford Lee Mere180 viih Loel Application, as they loose- ess of the bowtls, and it i Willie Odell 48 848-12- Thur. Richmond... 187 dith reach the seat of the di- - 0f ,u. greatest importance that 600 Wm. O. Meece 49 188 Irvine Bullock 182 Virgil Lee Carlton 50 221 -- nwm Rvland Cass 189 sease Catarrh is a local disease this be treated promptly, which by constitu- can nly be doue when the nifdi 51 513 Evert A. Kirby 190 greatly Influenced 292 Pat Dooley.... Mrs F. F 40 Robt. Ambrose 52 822 Eddie Price 191 tional conditions, and in order to cine is kept at baud S3 P. Weaver.... 1020 John 192 cure it yon must take an internal Scoit, Seottsvflle, N. Y , states, 504 George Jarber 54 223 Ben Childress Virgil Hunt 193 remedy. 470 Hall's Catarrh Medi-e'n- "I first used Chamberlain's Colic 117 jesSe W. Bullock.. 56 312 Jonas Debord 194 is taken Internally and acts and DUrrhora Remedy tis much r,02 Virgil S. Martin.... 5 90 Emerv Louis Bell. 195 thru tiim Jhe blood on the mucous as five yebra ago. At 390 James E. Hibbard 57 191 Grover Coffey 196 of summer attack a 75 James G. Burdett 58 477 Roscoe 'Hansel 197 surfaces of the system. Hall's I had severe 772 Victor Price 5r 753 TToi-- 1 TV;iU.e 1Q8 Catarrh Medicine was prescribed complaint and was suffering in ii'u "'" a tllillJJ .... 721 Chas. B. Nicely.... 6( inn by one of the best physicians in tense pain. One dose relieved 130 T5.-- , Dtriuien T.. inuwii 780 Robt. Roy Perkins 61 858 Willie Renner years. It is me. Other members of my fam 200 this country 280 Willie Wade Doan 62 16S liporge l. Hradlv svose of the best ilv have fcince used it with like composed of 63 972 Victor Todd H. Thompson 64 1023 -- Wm. A. Warren.... 201 tonics known, combined with results." 983 Jus. Arthur Harris 757Robt. H. Phillips.. 6F 424 Garrett Robinson.. 202 s me of the he! known blood 203 840 966 Jno. Talbott Tyree 00 204 purifiers. The perfect combina657 Flovd E. Miller 868 Arthur S. Rice 07 205 tion of the ingredients in Hall's 175 -- Willie J . Burk 68 332 Elbert Elder De-boCatarrh Medicine is what pro- Opening Monda Night Aug 6, 379 Jas. L. Gatliff 69 800 James Harvey 206 duces such wonderful results in of Brown's Greater Shows 542 Judge Lunsford... 70 878 Herbert I Cox for catarrhal conditions. Send 194 Arthur Collins 71 Charlie Lear testimonials, free The Brown's Greater Shows 9n William Sexton To- will be the attraction in Mt. Yer-nob J. Cheney & Co, Props.. 52 William Logsdon 874 Johnson Rowe 72 336 Jack Fish ledo, O. AU Druggists, 75c. during the entire Fair week 552 Jackson B. Lewis.. 73 212 Giving Carson Hall's Family Pills for constipa- of Aug 6th. under the Auspices 298 John F. Doolev.... 74 49 Geore Arnold tion. of the Fair Committee Mt. Ver 8 James Henrv Pallinfror 675 Sam J. McMullin.. 75 343 Jas. B. Frith 76 rharlie Crawford Debord OFFERS $27 00 GOLD WATCH non. In bringing tlrs organization 982 Logan D. Taylor.. 77 Fred Mize FOR THE LARGEST AND to Mt Vernon the boys made no 726 James T. Owens.. 78 62? Henry Mink BEST POTATO GROWN THIS mistake when they contracted 15 John M. Abney.... 79 585 Jesse L. Mink YEAR IN KENTUCKY 905 Marion Sparks 80 for Brown's Greater Shows, who 933 Jas. R. Shearer.... 81 On the last day of the Ken are, beyond a doubt, one of the COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 82 452 Henry Hale tucky State Fair, Horace S. Mel-da- very best carnivals now on tour. 355 Robt. Fredericks.. 83 I. T. LlYKSAY ) will, give a guaranteed They sarry ten high class attrac Plaintiffs, 530 Casper B. Livesay 84 and others, J 00 Gruen Watch, ladies or tions. three monster riding de$27 85 809 Arthur Payne vs Notice of Sale. gentlemen's size, for the largest vices, two free acts, high dive 645 Everett T. McMuleorgeEdwhri)s ) 86 lin and best potato submitted to and balloon ascension and Prof. AND OTHERS. 87 218 Lee Chandler him by the openiug day of the Frank Meekers, all American Ry virture of a judgment and 88 620 Willie Mullins Fair. Band of twelve pieces, who will 89 order of sale of the Rockcastle 550 John Lair may be seen during give daily concerts both down The Watch 90 Circuit Court rendered at its 574 Tiny Morris in the window of the 91 January term 1917, Alcorn Fair grounds. 31 Albert I will offer Tames K. Lemon & Son, Jewelers town 'and at the 92 Taylor 981 Arthur There are over two hundred peo93 for sale to the highest and best 513 South Fourth St., Louisville, 770 John Payne ple connected with Biown's Great 882 Wm. H. Ramsey.... 94 bidder or bidders, on a credit Ky. Send your potato to Horace S. er Shows and they travel in 677 Charley McKinney 95 of six months, at public auction 96 at the front door of the Court Meldahl, Attorney at Law, 610 their own special train of I4 cars. 749Wade Price 525 Robt. L. Langford 97 House, in Mt Vernon, Rockcas- Inter Southern Building, Louis All of the shows that they prerefined 760 John L. Phillips... 98 tle County, on Monday Aug. ville, Ky. It will be given a sent are clean, moral and by the number, aid submitted to the and are endorsed both 183 Jas. W. Cromer... 99 20th, lil7, it being the first Official Committee of the Ken- press and clergy. An invitation 100 56 James Barron 792 Alfred F. Parrett.. 101 day of the Aug. term of the tucky State Fair. After the de- is extended to all to come out on the Jshow grounds on Monday 102 Rockcastle Circuit Court, be- - cision, all will be placed on 5 Llovd Adams 1 sight and look tke entire aggre- 103 ween ths hours of eleveu o'clock 350WUUe Frakm. -- Charles C. Brown -- Jeff MeClvre 35'' Water Gilliam 39 TT BETH IT KITH, JOHN C. GK1FPIX, s. J. SPARKS. l (i. BAKER. W. J Sparks, F.L.Thompson, Jr., Cashier Vice-Pre- s. Floyd E. Miller, Assft Cashier sasssBB DIVISION NO. S's X DIVISION NO. ration over, and they certainly rill fi'ul a complete revelation in (be Carnival business offered by bBrown's Oremtet Shows Owin r to the magnitude of ii ffn'-- i Greater Shows part of wi.l exlibit at the Fair Grou ids during the day at d the ulancv on Dr. Novell's lot at r'ht The grounds will be il luminated with hundreds of ele'c- ric lights, reminding one .f the Great Worlds Fair at Chicago. Conieont and nave a good time. - WE ARE DRIVING ALONG nt a good sags friends of k-r- S Health About H Gone 1 P very purchaser of our agricultural and farm They know after the first trial tha'. our goods arc made of the bst and most durab'e materials, fashioned in the most expert manner, and that we guarantee the wearing capacity of everything we sell although our prices are so reasonable in every department. o n h B 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 Mis.Z.V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly," she says. "As my suffering was so great, and hebsi tried other rem ha:! ;:3 tiicr, Dr. .i. . . c. c. Mt. Vernon, .ODftjedfeeC SteC&XSpC cox -- Opoosite Court House -- 'p3gx$&: &x&nc$rr. ?GocpG JCSX$tX$ ;pecc:.-xDc. It.-c:-.- ; v me. roving, and it cured I JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE fcsv' H 01 !...t.v, r.y doc.oi knows, what Cardui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." $x$x$fr.&x&x$fr 4?i4ocGix:p:qa: first-name- d TAKE A m . Merchandise good line of General 6 The Woman's Tonic She writes further: " I am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try C Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give Cardui a trial. .""-::!. aX$pO3Ci$ C&J$L 3eCCQ$3eG:4papcC3f - 1 Farm Implements - j e -- tlt -- 1 in tr FAIR WEEK Mt. Vernon Graded High School AN ACCREDITED COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL rd All Druggists J73 DIVISION NO. ? A Standard High School Course of Study. Thorough Training and a General Review for Teachers n BIGHT WELL TRAINED TEACHERS First Term Begins September 10. 19 17 T. N. Nor, Chairman E. B. COX, Secretary hl 55.45 lAugust 6-7-9- D. H. LYON, PRINCIPAL MT. VERNON, KT. -10 DetntS. ; LIMITED TO AUG. 13 L.&rV. B.B. ACCOUNT me-ntim- e, UNION COLLEGE It has been demonstrated that a college education is Grand Masters F.&A.M., and State Grand Lodges of Kentucky F. & A.M. Aug 10 woith $20,' 000. You can get it at Union College for a few dollars, a sonl ful of desire, and a good stock of grit. l Do yon have the price? Take an invoice of your stock and you pay the price of a good education when it is so reasonable?1 Of course you will! For catalog write, see-Wil- 1 CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR PRES. B. T. FRANKLIN, Bar hour ville, Ky. V ) saaaaaaHMM ""a Have the babies picture taken HH DB It was with great pleasuie by ElurliRrt next Saturday. and anticipation or their trip that A new and op to date dramatic Big Eli will be at the Mt Ver the Agricultural Club Boys. CanMt. Vkunon Ky, Aug. 3, 1917 movie screen and projecting lenz non Fair. You can ride him for ning Club Girls and many fannis being installed in Boone Way ers and their wives accepted Mr. up "No. 79" wnn a dime. opera house. want toCommunl Spence invitation i come to Berea oae with SIGNAL "Eat what you can and can all j and attend the Club Convntkn in Mt. Vernon will Mot stores you can't." This is the slogan held thereon July lq 2o and 21. be closed from 12 to 4 p. m. very adopted by the organization of day during the Mt. Vernon Fair Those of us who were unable to part in the government program is now determined Indianapolis women, which is pro next week. attend the convention last 'year meting canning and conservation the in you will u do your Instead of could not realize how many good The man, who never sees any of the enormous surplus of gar-goo- d NSMVILLE R R Co. LOUISVILLC extending the commercial interests of the country in furin anv little enterprise un- - den treck raised in that Hoosier things were in store for us. However, knowing th1 "zealous less it puts money directly in city. This would be a good slogan in promoting business and TIME TABLE. nishing the sinews of war ness with which County Agon'. that individuals pocket, is cer- - lor our home people to adopt. 22 norta Spence, labors ami the hearty 5.52 pm tainly a narrow in creating more prosperity. commerce selfish creature, Arrangements have been com-- response of the citizens of Bereft 3:5b a m 24 north When you come to the Mt. pleted for temporary quarters to any creditable movement; we 23 south 11:43 am ernon Flr next week make for the American National Red you want to reflect this prosperity in everything you 12:13 a m II South were assured of such a meet- Fish s Cash Store your headquar Cross, Rockcastle Couuty Chap do. It will have a tremendous effect. Jas. Landrcm, Agent. ters. Leave your baggage with ter, at the Mt. Vernon Mr On our arrival in Berea, we Phone No. 8. and use our telephone if you .Grounds during the Fair, bud the were weIc,nned by - delegation t.ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice llkG If youVe refrained f :om buying your complete needs in Chapter has opened up per ma-- ; of Borea Boys and Madison mail matter. as stcoiid-cias- s . .11 Dr. Lovell's At the time of troine to nress nent headquarters t SoenC.e and irl wearing apparel because of uncertainty, supply yourself now .,.,, : fprmpd there are ab.iut twenty two fine store ouiiding. the room loDgirantjl: Hrml(lll PERSONAL while the most worthy merchandise is available at normal show horses entered for the Mt. occupied by Miss Kate Moore one of the boys but who in reality Mrs. T. .7. Pennington was in Vernon pair next week. Some The indicat'ons now are that we is 'The Citizen of Berea'' es- prices, here. Brodhead during the week. of the finest in Kentucky will be win soon nave a wide awaue corted the girls to Putrnan Hall Chapter in this county. Atty. and Mrs Geo G. Brock shown and the boys to Cumberland Hall, Merchandise is advancing in price every day everyof London wete here during the Farmers attending the Mt. Ver- FAIR WEKK AT BOONEWAY where they each were to live, week. wholly at the expense of Berea thing in our store is worth more today than it cost, and non Fair next week should call at OPERA HOUSE College, during their visit. From Paint-was here for a the Farmer's Information Bureau. J. J. Tuesday n.ght, Fannie Ward in it will be worth much more next season than now. there, we went in a body to the few hours today. Jim is back Mr Spence and Mrs. Gentry will the Gutter Magdalene, 5 reels. on the farm for a while be glad to give you all thoinform-tioWednesday night, Bertha Ka-lic- h Pavilion where we assembled Make our store your headquarters when you come to you want. in Marta of the Lowlands, and were made to feel very w Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hamlin five reels. and at home by Captain are rejoicing over the arrival of The mud ou the new grade at Vernon Fair. the Thursday night, Sunshine Mol-li- Herndon's address. Soon artheir first born, a tine son the Lincoln line in front et Wils five reels. were made and we C. D. Sutton and Chas. C. Davis King's place is just Friday night. Fatty Arbuckle rangements about dry started out to see the manv incomedy Mere in Berea Wednesday adver- and if there is no .heavy rains in a two reel slap-sticand a five-ree- l drama, the Gov- teresting things about Berea tising the Mt. Vernon, Fair. this will be O. K. for travel to the College. First .we visited the ernor's Daughter. Atty C. C. Williams and Mr. Mt Veinon Fair next week. Saturday night, The Evil There- Chapel. Mr. Vaughn, Secretary W J Spirks were in Washing of the college piloted the party Rockcastle is some blackberry of, by Frank Losee. five reels. ton during the week on business. mirket. They are being brought The State of Kentucky has of which the writer A'as one, and U. G. Bak.-- was in Louisville a in here, at Wildie, Maretburg, been divided into three Districts In a very interesting and instruc part of ithe week buying goods Brodhead, Conway and Livingston in the matter of exemptions from tive manner called attention to for his mammoth main street bv the wagon things of note, including the porload. The pickers the Army Draft. store ,121 cents per gallon are getting The appointment of the mem- trait of Father Fee, the first Mrs. Sue Brown has leturned mo-- t daces. bers of the Boards for each Dis President of the college, and toiler home in Texas accompanied The new L. & S. schedule ef- trict has been announced by the others of prominence. Next we uy her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd fective next Sunday Aug sth, War Departmental Washington. entered the Carnegie Library, Ma ret. the Eastern which is second in size and beauty ISo. 22 will arrive at Mt. Vernon Those composing In the evening of t lie second Misses Bonnie Niceley and Mar District B ard are E- S. Hel to only one other in the state, at 5:12 instead of 5:52 and No gatet Sparks who have been atburn, Middlesboro, Watt M. container tier after tier of good dav a picture show including tending school at Richmond have 23, the South bound passenger Prichard, Ashland, J. H. Ailing books and here are received war scet.es and government reels will arrive at IL37 instead of 1 1:43 was enjoyed. The last few hours returned home. There is no change of the night ton, Covington, Dr. C. A. Mag monthly editions of more than of the convention were spent Jim Maret with a sister from gard, Way land. forty of the best periodicals. trains. Texas and or a from Lincoln The counties composing the The younger members of our par in the election of officers and The National Guards of the Eastern District are Anderson, ty were attracted by the main Tddresses by the department county will be at Mt. Vernon various States are now being Bath, Bell, and attend the Fair. Boone, Bourbon, historical curios and the book specialists. Besides officers for' Judge and Mrs. R. G Williams mobilzed for war service. While Boyd, Boyle, Bracken. Breathitt, stand made and presented by the :he three counties of Madison,; and little son. will arrive tomor no orders fir embarkation of Campbell, Carroll, Carter, Clark, graduating class of 1916. From Jackson and Rockcastle at huge, row afternoon to si)end a week State troops for France will be Clay, Elliott, Estill, Fleming, here wa went to the industrial of which Ruber! Fish was elected Illinois, says with the Judge's moth-- r, Mrs. given until after August 5th, Floyd, Franklin, Gallatin, Gar- Building and s;iw the carpenters President, each county elected a set of officers for the coming Mary Williams and wther Mt when the entire force will be rard, Grant, Greenup, Harlan, at work and the boya busy with who dratted into the United States Harrison, Henry, Jackson, Jessa- their type setting, and ourtoys years work. Jop Smith was Vrnon relatives. elected President of the boys Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Myers and Army, there are indications that mine, Johnson, Kenton, Knox, noted the asniosphere of activity lived near there, was killed by club of this county, with Colston family, and Miss Risse Williams, some divisions will be regarded Knott, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, and thrift. Out we went and Stevens, Vice Pres. , and Jack their guest, will leave Tuesday as ready to board transports Leslie, Lewis, Lincoln, Madison, down through the ice plant and Owens, robbers who stole her money Secretary. The Girls Magoffin, McCreary, Martin. from there to the laundry. It for a motor trip to Iudianapolis, soon after that date. Canning Clubs elected as their and killed her to cover the where they will be joined by Mr. Jcel Suttles was shot and Mason, Menifee. Mercer, Mont- was shirt day at the laundry and president Atigie B. Payne, and gomery, Morgan, Nicholas, Owen, our girls noted with care the F. O. Miller and mother. They killed on one of the back streets Cleo Gentry Secretary. All the to crime. She was will later go to Lake Webster in Mt. Vernon yesterday by Owsley, Pendleton, Perry, Pike, method of ironing shirts. We Club members entered heartily where they expect la camp for Emraett Gentry, a sou of the late Powell, Pulaski, Robertson, Rock- were then led up Maine stieet of money at have large s into the election of these officers, several days, and then to Mich- Geo-g- e (Pet) Gentry. So far as castle, Rowan. Scott, Shelby, to the Farmers Bank & Trust voting for the nominating and igan city and other points of in we have been able to learn it Trimble, Wayne, Whitley, Wolfe, Company's building where we home and this knowledge led candidates of their choice and Woodford. terest. were served with ice lemonade seems that it was all due to too After another meal with our All appeals from the decision!1 by Bank is the Mrs. Edna Wood, wife of John much" Bust head "election whisky the Lashier. who ;is a warm hospitable host and assuring to her death. of the County Exemption Boards Wood, was home on a three weeks which was (lavishly handed out friend to the farmers and their them we had been .unusually en will go to the District Board, and safest place for money, and it Mr. and More than to say that it was due boys and girls. Following our visit to her parents, the decision of the District Board ever obliging guide we visited tertained and that the convenMrs. S. B. McClure near Conway absolutely to whiskey, we are not profitable tion had been very will be final. is always a good plan to have after an absence of nearly two in position to make anv further last the dairy. Foitunately for from our point of view, we bide us it was milking time and we good bye to all to return each to years. She left for Dayton, comment. There were four or JOHN M. CRESS' SALE. a Bank Ace ont and keep all Ohio Saturday where she will five eye witnesses and Gentry were able to see the new electric our seperate work, but all of one An enormous crowd amended join her husband and make their who is now under guard will the sale of John M. Cress at milkers in operation. Nothing threat nurnoso and aim, that of: money on deposit. Thieves r tr home for the present have his examining trial next Preachersville Saturday and it of interest was lost to the boys answering the Government's call Tuesday. do not risk the charge of was a success in every way. and girls here or on any of our for food conservation and more LOCAL. afternoon trip, as all the time complete living. McKexzie-Mullin- s: Mr. Rich- The United Realty Co., O T. they were observing things they ho sebreaking unless they Go to Fish's for things to ard jMullins, a son of Mr. and Wallace, manager, conducted the The entire expense of the trip had not seen before. On being wear. except railroad fare was born by Mrs. W. M. Mullins. and a pri- sale of land and lots and Mr. there are reasonably sure Cress attended to the sale of dismissed, we all went to our Berea College and citizens. This vate in Second Kentucky located Come to the Mt. Vernon Fair his cattle and sheep himself, rooms and made ready for sup alone should rouse the people of is money in the ho se. Monday morning. at Lexington, and Miss Ella Mae that silver-tongueGrounds next auctioneer, per. which was prepared and Rockcastle county to a realization Mckenzie only daughter of Mr. served by a Chef and his staff of If you have furnished rooms aud Mrs. John McKenzie were Col. John B. Diuwiddie "cryof the importance of developing Interest paid on time deposits. ing" the latter. The home place waiters, who evidently had served the Agricultural interest of the for rent during the Mt. Vernon married Monday morning at thej hungry soldiers before. LaUr -- 10, notify residence of Rev. H. T. Young of 5O acres was bought by W. Fair week, Aug. counby and do something to as H. Cummins for his daughter, we met on the campus and en- sist these boys aud girls in the J . L. Cooper, Secretary, at once. the officiating minister. The Mrs. Anderson, at $la5. A part joyed the chimes concert. work they are undertaking. Big Eli is the largest one of Signal joins with their many of the Hobbs farm was bought The afternoon of pleasure was his kind ever shown in this friends in extending coneratula- - by John Anderson at $123, while j ist a stimulous for a full pro ASK ANY ONE WHO HAS KY. section of the county. See him tions. The groom returned to J. H. Thompson and G. B. Sut gram of work next day, which USED IT. at the Mt. Vernon Fair Aug. 8 headquarters yesterdav, leaving ton bought the rest at $100. J was tagen up and t"not a minutes There are families who always his young bride in Mt. Vernon, 9-- 10. H. Thompson bought 24 lots on time was lost. The splendid man-ne- r aim to keep a bottle of Chamberwho will stay with her parents in which the boys and girls lain's Colic and Diarrhoea RemeOne of the big attractions at until Mr. Mullins returns from the Crab Orchard and Lancaster rtported therr work and discussed dy in the house for use in case pike in the town of Preachersthe Mt. Vernon Fair will be army service. W. H. COITONGIM, J. C. GRIf PIN, ville at $25; Tom Nay lor eight their problems showed plainly it is needed, and find that it is Brown's Greater Shows. This ent at the same price; J. T. Rigsby that they were Jinterested and al- not ouly a good investment but President company has with them 195 pee The KENTUCKY STATE 10 at the same money and J. F so that the spirit of pie and is one of the biggest of saves them no end of suffering. COUNCIL OF DEFENSE C. M. THOMPSON, Cashier Payne and B. T. Lunsford 10 was born and it would only ttke As to its reliability, ask, anyone its kind in the country. has ask that each county have a each lying a little off the pike, a short period of time to prove who has used it. Committee, known as the Soldiers For Sale: One good milch Menefee Elmore bought what this groupe of young pee Business Aid Committee Judge at $18. 1 will be in Mt. Venon four cow and calf. 14 acres of land, unimproved, at ple will ac ccmplish through their L. W. Bethurum will be ChairAug. 4 andj July 21- -28 D. L. Bryant. $111 and G. B. Sutton about 15 combined efforts. The discus Saturday man of the said Committee, and kinds! July 27 3T. at $76. 36o sheep averaged $14. sions entered into between the 11. Prepared to make all will appoint five Committeemen Located at the Club members and state workers of Photographs. Sue Bennett Memorial School To the VoreRS of Rockcasrle to assist him in the work. This The Aberdeen Angus cattle sold old stand on West Main St. thoroughly instructive. all Jthe oway from $165 to $370 were Committee will look after any and Laurel Counties: Ben F. Eberhart. London, Kentucky Following are some of thesales: After work, came our play.which business matter for the soldiers I want to warn my friends STOMACH AND LIVER Joe Hillcreast, bull, $165; Heather was in tne term of a tour in not to be misled by any cam- while away in service, and in this Bess, cow $370; Five schools give thorough training: High School, Model TROUBLES. Anna C. L., cow automobiles to points of interest manner be able to save them School, Normal School, School of Business, School of paign falsehood that might be $12.50; Ruby B. C. $177.50: in Madison county. Through No end of misery and actual Music. trouble and see that their rights circulated at this late date. Lottie J. $250; Clara Riffe, $2.72; the fruitful efforts of Mr. Spence suffering is caused by disorders am going to win and win re protected. Judge Bethurum I automobiles of the stomach and liverand may yuick Girl $3bo 50;Lotti- - J. $3lo; some twenty-fivNew Courses Special courses preparing young men and is quite busy with all his duties, easy. Mary S. C. $23o, etc Mr. Cress were secured, and they were be avoided by the use of Cham women for government positions; Civil Service and Nursing, I will carry Laurel county nd we feel that it is a great con- set a splendid dinner and the big packed to over flowing as your country needs you prepare. berlain's Tablets. Give them a tbey by 400 majority and Rockcastle cession on his part to take up crowd thoroughly enjoyed it. wended their way to trial. They only cost a quarter. Richmond, bis time with this, and .'hews the Jesse C. Lynn, of this city, was by 800 majority. Our rates are very reasonable. One used cane FOR Sale: wheie we were received with the caterer in charge. Interior more hospitality by Prof My name is last on the ballot, truest patriotism. Coates mill and boiler almost good as Journal. M. Pennington, but I trust first in the heart of Write for catalog for full information to of Eastern Ky., Normal and his '.new. m in, Council of Defenes Chair my countrymen. A. W. MOHN. Principal. Better have the boy's Photo faculty. D. L. Bryant This automobile trip of Rockcastle County. taken before he joes to war. ' Fred Cornelius. was a rare treat. 27 8T. MT. VERNON SiGNAL Thr Mt. Vernon next Wednesday Fir begins flMVHHBH-MM-BRM-- BB-B 79 79 You Men Your "donning Who Are NOT in the First Draf- tkhaki" I bit" j 1 And ' y. n e e, Mt. k r THE CASH STORE - Htddsn fV.oney Murder A REPORT fromQuincy, that Mrs. Ellen Culliner, thought ms The X that d 89 The First State Bank LIVINCSTON, CAPITAL 15,000 00 Vice-Presid- e jiy V i ICI ..- - I t -- 3 TATRCL o ikh? ips vrT w- P IIIT''?3yB C? f TSTEM OF HA1NTA1K11C FHANuFonr HMMsl ROADS, les pike, franklin county :ll;!i , a stake ki Special Master's Notice poles to Una; uiaiico the 5f of ft?ak many with it; lias N HH 2.7 polss to a ikki in th aaal S dga or' thaW..aunty of Public Sale. 24.6 dagraea road; thanea S . vicntt iiSBl - - ":r'-r:sr.- M&MtfM '- - - ,. . .. . " . ' W ntf- ?5fi.-vVj--i -. cv j3r ... life. ' - vs , ' . v iSa? -- fir rH ;?? ,. V X '- V X. .X s . Shewing hole; in macadam road. No. 2. Hole cleaned out. Noc vertical sides to re-'- - ericL No 3, Hole Blled with new material same size and kind of material as used in build-in- road. No 4. Hole after being properly tamped, screened and watered, being left about a quarter of inch above former surface. Hole practically completed. No. 5, Completed patch in road. No. 6, -J'.hov. i:' rccsir of deep rut o.i tame road. No 1. . . Comfort Awaits You A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from ihe .crowds where you can stretch out and take things easy. There are many of these quiet shady haunts to be found at Go Where Asheville v New England Chattanooga Niagara Fails Thousand Islands Atlantic Seashore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE DAILY Good returning until October 3Itt. Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreaUon in addition to the popular open air pastimes. We shall be pleased to arrange the details of your trip. Consult your local ticket agent, or address H. C. KING, Division Paisenger Agent, 118 E. Mdn Street, Lexington, Ky. - 5 V , sj M SsMS LX N .;? ypzW Jt?J!fik.'JULjB ' ? 'iM1 V J. J! "V X rOl - f&a ILhi I ir!r?'-rr.$4"-" i&AJJi CMeCLARY UNDERTAKER 2k W I JR jQ nfey4r vir Our line of Couch Casket is unexcflM IllilfeMf ) aaeaaBBaBasnviiE3e9avBKnanBBBBBBnn"' i i7fv J ' y r j Handmade loffins furnishet Utl HnlM seul to all arts otJ the County. .mmmKum- UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 7 All Phone orders $ by Wire Promptly Filled M 1 STANFORD, KY. ROUND TRIP W. A. COX, 94-- I. VERNON, KY. nh f iff 1 1 if Lexington ycyppya Brodhead COMPLETE LINE--CoffiCaskets and Rohes ns, 3cyc$D$fcM J 9 SBAiVVILLB OWBNS UNDERTAKER Ky $2.55 AUGUST 4 toll Limited to Aug. 14 r U. & H. B. B. ACCOUNT Mail, Telegraph or Tele-phou- e orders Promptly Bf BLUE GRASS Filietl FAIR xx$x&&&x&jk&x xaeA: Sfcricx AuglO poles to a stake in the southwaat deroad; Purtuamt to orders oT fh UiUd ad&a of siid poles tothence S. 51 16 a marked stone ra Eastern grees E.west side ttalus Dktrict Court of on the of road; thene to District of Kentucky, aMd ai:d 74 with Cora Ward Texfi !. 'pr-- daer TiLlt.--Ji (at Frankfort) on the 29th new line E. 63.5 poles to aN.stake in on May 2t. degrees day of September and aiaati",it "il. .. j his line n.i tisrn aiitl all l 19 7. in cause No. 7:0 In Equity, the line of Thomas, thence btaxktei la both Men nod iv:.. u. If nol VfcHcy Trust N. 43 decrees W. 66.9 poles to the vhrrpjn the ty y'.uv irir,'-- ' v. 'I I" (not including, Ccmpai.y is c mpminant mul the ew beginning, containing o'il't of $L One nnall the lnalaw ! : nl f ldoni i Livingston Co'.l Company is defend- but excluding acres. grave yard) twenty-fiv- e (25) nl ter t stiui mals tvr.': ant, the undersigned Special Master Utt.s. Dr E. V. ll.ill. 1 J (!i- - Si All the coal and all the and parcels of land and rights and ITEM L public auction to the highwill sell at .lv lands, being and 81. L'uia. Mo. told Ijv t. uirt-and timber est bidder therefor, the real ar.c" per- oil, gas, mineralthe Company, and sur- interests in and to tracts and parcels in, un- including the lots, , face rights of sonal property hereinafter daaeiib-edder and upon the following described of land described in a cert i mortupon the premises near covnty, Ken.uc':y tra tc of land in said Rockcastle gage or deed of trust from the New stnr. in Baekeaaua Lot aoober sevaa (7) in the di- Livingston Coal Company to the on vision of the landed estate of Joh" Mississippi Valley Trust CssmaSBH AUGUST 15, 1917 MT. VERNON FAIR folhearing date July 1907, and recordat 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Said P. Bales, deceased, bounded as ed in the office of the Clerk of Rocklows : 8-9-- 10 orders provide that the undersigned Beginning at a stone with white castle county in R. M. B. Na 7 .it Special Master shall receive no bids in the line "ages 3 of the records of sa.d from any one offering to bk! '.vhn oak and other pointers Lot N. ", shall not first deposit with said Spe- - of Eddie Smith, corner of to a stone Rockcastle county and as set out in Vanm K.n: - All Ihe blacklerin-50 poles lhe bill of complaint in said cause ial Master, as a pledge that he will N. 16 degrees W. in his line; thence N. No 760 In Equity (at Frankfort) in I can Will i;i list iny liSajt make good his bid in case of its ac- with pointers degrees E 132 poles to s 'he Uaitad States District Court ar.d ceptance, the sum of one thousand 01 MaHaf-fey'in cash 01 gixnls price on are appraised at $9,000.00. dollars (51,000.00) in money, or by stoe line a ridge in James .1 made pointers; thence his C. C. WAI.I A e, B Nk, check on and national bank certified degrees E. 7 poles to Special .Ma' ter in the line S. 43 located or trust company Mi Veraoa Ky. thence S. a State of Kentucky, or $2,500.00 pal two black oaks on 48 ridge; to a stone P. O. Address Richmond, Ky. poles degrees 53 July II I'M T value of bonds secured by the mort- with pointers, E. corner of Lot ; bill of comgage referred to in the de-- 1 (Continued from ist page) a of same S. plaint in said cause r.nd declared in thence W. line poles to the 61 beginning, 166 grees said denee to be good and vaild. The containing 41 acres, which lot was dep sit of the successful bidder shall be held and applied on account of drawn by Daniel Bales. the Xaaloet as Also tract the purchase price and any deposit Spivey land, known was deled to which received from any unsuccessful bidday of AsjfeMt 165 on der shall be returned to him when himR. P.the 21th and T. A. Cresham by Gresham the bid of the successful bidder shall is recorded in Deed have been accepted and the sale con- deed to which 234, and bounded as Book "J" page firmed by the court. by follows: LTDon confirmation of the sale beech and hickory ourt the purchaser shall make such on Beginning at a of Rockcastle Riv the south side payments in further payment or cash, on account of his bid, as Ihe er about tuu poies Deiow me oiu the house once stuod; ourt may from time to time direct. place where degrees W. 110 poles to may satisfy and thence S. 71 The purchaser S. make good any part of his bid not re- a poplar and white oak; athence to red quired to be paid in cash by turning 21 degrees5 W. 26 poles 70 pole z oak; degrees E. to a in to be cancelled or credited, as pro- theice S. vhite oak; thence S. 50 degrees E. vided in said orders, any bond" or white oak and Spannh coupons payable out of the proceeds 20 nolcs to a N. 70 degrees E. !0 oak; thence on distribution. on the bank of fol- pohs to a beech The property to be sold is as Rockcastle River; thence with the lows : lynns; 80 poles to All the following described rights, same course degrees W. twopolej to IIS the ice N. 63 privileges, easements, powers, franchises, real and personal property the beginning, supposed to contain and estate, owned, existing and op- t'jO acres more or less. known as the secoond tract Also erated under the laws of, and situ- Zodock aSpivev land, and was nur- ate in the County of Rockcastle. ih sad by him from John Bales, deed State of Kentucky, t: to which is recorded in Deed Book ITEM 1. All of lots numbered folone (1), two (2) and three (3) of "J", : page 398, and bounded as the division of the landed estate of lows Beginning at a double lym in the John P. Bales, deceased. Anderson survey runnnir.g with the Also two certain tracts of land in one body, being tract number two middle of the drain so it will strike below the the (2) as called for in a certain deed the mouth of field branch old Anderof the spring ir. the to said New Livingston Coal Company, the first tract being on the son tract, and containing 2j acres, Northeast side of Rockcastle River more or less. y for a tram way Also near one half mile above the mouth of necessary width on, over and jf Roundstone Creek, and held Ly the following patents: One of across the land formerly owned reth Livingston Coal Companv, but 38 acres patented to T. A. Gresham Ward, and on the 9th day of March. 1883; one cently owned by William by deed 130 acres patented to Mrs. T. A. by him sold to J. M. Thomas County of April, of record in the Rockcastle Gresham on the 2nd day of 18, 1881, also a part of a 250 acres C'erk's office in Deed Book No. patented to Uriah Gresham, and sure 584. Said right over, on and in sa:d land, includes also sufficient bounded as follows: Beginning at a lynn stump close land on the northwest corner thereof loading on the northeast bank of Rockcas- for tipple for the purpose of y to agreed division and tipping coal; said tram-wa- Spivey tle River, it being an extend from the aforesaid corner made by Zodock Spivev and land Mrs. R. P. Gresham; then with the kind across this last described Nash& i ajrreed line made by these parties S. of Thomas to the Louisville any and ville Railroad, "and includes poles to a stone 29 degrees E. 47 of rights plaintiffs on a ridge; thence N. 67 degrees E. all other (meanine Cora or eitherand Ward poles to a white oak near the them" 13 m or to saei lund to N. W. corner of said Spivet's field; otheo the ,r " Th ' degrees E. 10 thence N. 70 mpifXf by poles to a white oak stump wi;h No" n ,' rv nrnifnosv pointers, a corner of Spivey and Cor ' 1903. f t ..-- , on Tohn Bale's heirs (150 acres tract (iv ted oy the New Liv- Gresham) : r;nd n the name of Uriah Coal Company. thence with the agreed and marked ineston a y of necessary-widtAlso lines of said tract between said heirs crossing a bridge and tresfor and first party above; N. 51 2 dein said crees E. 35 poles to a stone pile on tle from the 2 of Company's land, dethis instrument Items 1 and the west bank of a drain with pointof and across ers (where a hickory now gone is scribed over Thomas, N.the lands de- 28 1 de said J. M. tiled for) : thence N. 61 2 W. roes E, 165 poles to a stake; thence me. ... 272t feet to and i.intersect ....... l num-wa- j N 36 degrees E. 67 poles to a stake ine witn saia v.ompany s point 3,611 feet from its juncat a N. 80 on a cliff with pointers, & NashW. passing James Smith cor- tion with the said Louisville said Railroad ville ner of 100 acres; also another corso trestle ner of his 100 acres a lynn, in all bridge and reserving now said located J. M. to 138 ooles to two chestnut oaks and and built, Thomas the right heretofore granted m elm under a cliff, corner of the 38 him of tying rafts, logs, ties, boats acres, 130 acres and 250 acres afore-taiRockS. 1 degree W. 27 links to a and booms to and along the castle River bank abutting and take on the bank of the river; thence Company's property ip with the north bank of the river fronting said in Items 1 and 2 defollowing meanders: S. 83 2 hereinbefore he lagress E. 7 poles 4 links to a stake, scribed. 3. All the coal, and all ITEM poles, S. 26 SL 43 degrees E. 2 in under and upon degrees E. 16 poles to a stake on the timber rights,described tracts of S. 7 2 de- the following top of a cliff; thence county crees W. 16 poles to a stake; thence laid in said Rockcastle degrees W. 12 poles; S. 33 2 Tract No. 1., being 76.88 acres, 0 thence S. 51 2 degrees W. 13 more or less, (not including 1 2 poles; thence S. 64 4 degrees poles. S. 57 degrees acres, yard and garden) described in 0 W. 26 B. degrees W. at roveyiMe from 1906, H.by Brummett W. 12 poles, S. 11 deed re- by dated Mar: h 20, a branch, in all 18 15 poles cross in Book 21, page 289 of the poles, S. 55 4 degrees W. 24 2 corded said poles; thence S. 65 2 degrees W. records ofNo. 2,county. containing 41 9 Tract poles; S 58 4 degrees W. 29 acres, more or less, described in deed poles, S. 7 4 degrees, W. 0 26 dated poles, S. 59 4 degrees W. from George W. McCormick 11 March 20th, 1906, and recorded in 1C poles to the beginning. records of The true line herein conveyed is Book 21. pace 291 of the will 1 na. d:..- - said countv. 156 tTthe right of Tract No. 3 containing deed acre, out and five pol from these banks meander lines, said tract more or less descr bed in containing 88 acres, be the same W. M. fasida;, dated Msgeh page .h and recorded in Book XI, ipq, ftP coo. nty. will electric The second tract is part of the 130 of the records of 'said acres, Tract No. 4 containing 250 acres aforesaid, on acres and described in deed from the north side of said river, and more or less, dated March A. J. Sams, WjJ1906 t: bounded as follows, 279 Book 21 recorded at a forked white oak andthe records in 'said county o pointed, a corner to Spivey; al- - of with Tract No 5. containing H acres, so a corner to Lot 1 in the division of more or less, described in deed from J. P. Bales' estate, it being a corner A. J. Sams, dated March 21 ,1906 M of 150 acres of Uriah Gresham and 250 acres in his name; thence with r.,retu,uou, county. Tlolne' Vi,,;,- - Mno M 7K rltxrrees F. 9!S Of the records of said Tract No. 6, containing 40 acres. pointer at 2 fallpoles to stone with deed en poplars, orginal corner; thence N. more or less, described in March from 20. 12 degrees E. 66 poles to two Cnllowav Mullins, dated 4 3ook 21, page N. 47 degrees 49 2 1906, and recorded In said countv. fallen poplars, poles to a white oak stump wit'., 293 of the records of Tract No. 7, containing 110 2 pointers at a branch, the mouth of which is overgrown with laurel acres, more or less, described in deed bushes, a corner to the 250 and 150 from S. F. Sams, dated March 20. acres in Uriah Gresham's name, cor- 1906, and recorded in Book 21, e page 283 of the records of said counner to Mrs. R. P. Gresham's tract; thence with same S. 49 ty. convenience of degrees E. 12 poles to a stake in the Tract No. 8, containing 70 acres, center of Rockcastle River; thence more or less, described in deed from so does down with the center of said river S F Sams, dated March 20, 1906 to a point opposite a lynn corner at and recorded in Book 21, page 283 -Zodock Spivey s corner; thence witn 0f the records of said county. his line containing 12 4 his line to two lynns; thence likewise the progressive farmer; and, too, Tract No. 9, poles to a acres, more or less, described in N. 29 degrees W. 22 business woman. the wide-awak- e We stake with pointers a corner of deed from S. F. Sams, dated March to Zodock 20, 1906, and recorded in Book 21. Mrs. T. A. Gresham's shall be glaj to initiate people into details Spivey; thence a line of same S. 83 pafre 283 of the records of said of keeping a checking accoant. degrees E. 12 poles to the begining county. containing 20 acres, be the same Tract 10, containing 33 8 acres. we will! be glad to takb YOUR OKDER more or less. more or less, described in deed from waters g. p. Sams, dated March 20, 1906, Also a tract located on the FOR THE NRW LtBBRTY LOAN BONDS. of Rockcastle River near Livingston and rcorded in Book 21, page 283 of and bounded as follows: the records of said county. Tract No. 11, containing Beginning at a chestaut ea the to Thoaaas acres, mere or less, described in daed bank of a drain, corner m"i-oan(formerly Livingston Coal Com- - from Joseph H. Dickenson, : thence with his line N. 17 de- - trator with the will annexed of the Sambrook, dated Margaret grees W. poles to tne ease late March 20, 1906,and recorded in edge of the railroad y S. 44 Book 21, page 275 of the records of thence with said degrees W. 18.6 poles, S. 29 4 said county. 4 And also all coal mines and all degrees W. 11.6 poles, S. 23 degrees W. 14 poles, S. 4 degrees W. tracks, switches, mine cars, bridges. tipples, scales, lz a S9up i f g seioa en-tar- ed 1- -1 r'ir-.sissip- Lwilers, sagiiMS, dynamos housoi, ssotors, wins oal cutting and arising and all building of vhat-eve- r belonging to said character company situated upon tha orariises described in Items 1, ?, 3, anJ 4 above, or in any way appurtenant to or used in or about or in esssaae-tio- n with such coal mines and the handling of the output thereof, and all franchise, contracts, rights, s and easements now owned by the snd company in connection with the said mines in Rockcastle county. All of the foregoing lots, tncis wivi-lege- luasss. aad mil pcvar Wf ' . -- f I -- 1 ii-- GO TO IT 181-21- Aug. s i 1- -2 i't. s 2 1- -4 " 1- GREATER to-wi- AT THE right-of-wa- MT tin-d- VERNON FAIR er ALL WBBK BOTH Aug. 6th to 11th DAY AND NIGHT BIG SHOWS 1- -2 2-- : 1- -8 1-- 2 fu ,h--- .' ", , .- - rt right-of-wa- h 1-- 1-- 1-- ? de-.re- es right-of-wa- y, io 3 2 FREE RIDING DEVICES d; 1-- 250 PBOPLS 250 Balloon Assension FREE ACTS io3 2 FREE 17-1- -2 1-- to-w- it: 1-- 1-- 72-10- 1-- 3-- 88-10- free Band Concert free All American Band Prof. Frank Mcckes of 12 Pieces 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 3-- 4-- 3-- 36-106-- 1-3-- a. j- .- m. gl- lti The Brown's Greater Show exhibit at the Fair Grounds during the day and at night on Dr. Lo veil's lot. 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