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Mount Vernon signal: September 7, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917090701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 7, 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 Jpiientoii MT. VERNON. Signal 7. 1917 i m ESTABLISHED 1887 VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER NUMBkK CO There are two kinds of Suits. OneisjustaSuit. The other is Clothcraft. Come in and learn the difference. Pall Suits on Display action is being awaited with much today one among the most valued or hotel waiter when you desired another dish or some additional All interest by the few vho know of employees of the line. boys make good. service rendered ? Its beyond us. their being in course of Some dav soon the writer means Passenger traffic seems to have to give a list of some of them but A Mt. Vernon canvasser will can't promise to give all the increased since war opened. It take the road at au early date for names as that would take up some is difficult, at times, to find even standing room in some of the the purpose of placing before columns of the Signal. along Boone coaches, night and day, on many good .roads peone .The .writer- - woukl be glad for trains. Way, Dixie Highway ruM MjdJaaid lTrail, the big new map of Ken Reek castfir" boys, and girls also, tucky, which shows all these high "who are now residents of other counties 01 States to send their ways very prominently. addresses, giving their vocan to Winchester, tions, to him at Winchester, Ky. On my retu-Monday morning, I found wait (temporary He addresses). and a wishes to use them in a later arlog a special delivery letter telegram from our good friend, ticle to appear in Signal. New York Will Jones, of the B4 U start abusing the neigh detective force, saying he would borhoid hadn't U better take a stop off a few hours with the writer Sunday, while on his way little inventryand C what kind of U. R? to visit his old Rockcastle home a neighbor I missed him, was and friends. Came on night train via LivingsWill in Mt. Vernon on that date ton to Winchester, Monday mornsee him on his returu trip north. ing. Searched the various buildWas in Danville, Saturday last, ings, rain batrels, the yard and to meet an old friend J W.Slavin. pump house but couldu't find that of Thompson. Texas, who had rascally reporter to the Signal been called there by telegram to anywherer Wanted an explanaMT. VERNON, KY. attend impoitant business affairs. tion of his threat made against the Boone Way man thru last For President william Goodall Frost issne of Signal. .Now its more Arc Here, Of Berea College, had a splendid than likely he will try to make it his family back to our town the latter part of last week S. for Lexington Sunday: Mr. and article on the battle of Richmond. appear that we "sneaked" thru LI S Edgar Cottengim, who has been C. Caiter and family mortored Mrs. G. S. Griffin aud children, Dixie Highway and early days of his "stamping grounds" in the Cherry Mrs. G. D. Cook is much im-- j taking a few days rest has return-prove- d down to Springfield a few days Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and Boone and Clav, iu Madison and dafk to avoid a meeting with Metal, prom what wegath-- ago, but every sweet has its bit- children, Claud Griffin, of Mt. Rockcastle connties, in the Aug him. We ain't "skeered" and at this writing. Mr. and e(i to Parjs Mrs. J. T. Omarv nd childien, er Vork on the Dixie High Way ter, so the fence got too close to Vernon, and Miss Ethel Hayse, ust number of the Richmond (Va.) are mighty brave at a distanceang all popular leathC. J. Rice, Misses Lyda Cook, W1n begin in a short time in Dock and he run a wheel in it. of this plaoe; Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Motorist Sa'.lie Cook and a Miss Falin mor-tore- d earnest. Saw Billy Fields and some ers and styles. There is only a short Ed Herd has moved his family Griffin, of Sinks, and Mrs. Ho-heSam M. Boone has pre members of his family iu their Tuesday. Capt. to high bridge gap in Rockcastle county yet un- back to our town from Richmond Griffin. They report that we show you a pair Mrs. H O. Wagner and son have completed, and if all concerned and will work third trick at the they would have had a nice time sented the writer with a smoker's big touring car in Stanford, Sun to-da- y? typhoid fever and are very sick would put their shoulders to the depot. Our Graded School began if it had not been for tie blow- set including a cigar ash and day last. .1. F. Dees is repairing his propdesign. wheel and ail roll to gether, it Tuesday. The following compose outs, punctures and one in the match holder of a neat A 9 Wa glad to learn that contract erty on Main Street would oe but a few davs until the the faculty: Prof. Webb and party who came in contact with Had a nice inspection trip Fri had been let for macadamizing Rev. Haker filled his regular road could be completed up the Mrs. Webb, Miss Gtace Large i bridge and had to leave his car Boone Way from Lincoln County appointment at the Christian river and the road connected. and Mrs. Bet-tiProf. behind. We learned that they day last with Division Engineer Pike. Engineer line to Livingston. Getting a late church Saturday and Sunday. Judge H. Witt, who has been Webb gave satisfaction last tarm got stalled in the mud near Brod-hea- Caldwell and County The Cash Store James Poynter and A. C. Car- - very sick for some time and who and with the splendid corps of A portion of the crowd Davis, of Lexington, in the latter's start in the rend building season, good num penter, Mr. and Mrs Ben Hellard has been in the Richmond hospital teachers this term, we look for- purchased tickets and came back big touring car, over a ber of the Bourbon and Fayette attetded the Baptist Association returned Wednesday somewhat ward to a good school. The Pro on 21. Mr. and Mrs O. E. near Beraa Monday and Tuesday, improved. fessor is the right man in the and children, of Danville, roads. Fayette has a good mileMr. and Mrs. W. G. Niceley, right place aud knows how to after a weeks visit with relatives age of asphalt and is putting down Mrs. T. J. Niceley and child-- 1 TUe reconstructed r.aui ren, of Mt. Vernon, was here be- -' proprietors of the Eight Gables handle a school to the best ad here, have returned home. Rev. more. are costing from $4,000 to $7,000 Pick-- 1 Hotel, gave a dinner to the follow-et- t vantage. We think the district Dan Mullins and Rev. Joseph tween trains Sunday. J. L. has moved his family into the ing old folks Wednesday: There can congratulate themselves on Stanley closed a series of meet- per mile. The road from LexingWILL BE IN J. H. Walton property on Main were present J. S. Calloway, age being so fortunate as to be able ings on Gauley branch last Fri- ton to Clark county line with govstreet recently vacated by W. E. 7o; Rober Adams, age 75; B. F. to secure his services this terra. day night. Mis. Maiy Hayse, of ernment and State aid will cost Gray. Ed asher went to Berea Niceley, age 75; Mrs. J. H. Mrs. Theo. Graves, of Win- Berea, is visiting relatives at from $8,000 to $10,000 per mile. - lens, age 76; J. H. Owens, age 7g, chester, has returned home to visit relatives and atalter Livingston, Mt. Vernon Wildie Rev. J. N Ruddy, of Middles Association. Mrs. land Mrs. Martha Carnelius, age a few days visit here. Mrs. Win. and other points. Uncle B F the tend George Smith has returned from ,84. At this time it is almost Fallas and children were in Cor- - Niceley has returned from Level bore. has been holding a series of after a few days visit with possible to get a crowd together bin Tuesday. C. E. Rice has Green and Mt. Vernon where he interesting services at Central relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Claude of the ages they represent. moved back from Ravina and has has been visiting relatives. He Baptist church, Winchester. A FOR TEN DAY8 Griffin of near Mt. Vernon, were Some carried their canes and gone into the merchandise busi- - was accompanied by his daugh- neat sum was subscribed to a TO DO Sunday and Monday visiting one his crutches, and as we look- - ness with J P. E. Drummond. ter, Mrs. Martha Owens, of Lev- fund for use in the vocational here relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ed on this gathering it made. B. C. Mullins, better known as el Green. He will retnrn in the sehool at Middlesboro. Clancy have moved back to our tears come in our eyes to think. "Snipp", will move his family to near future to his home in Indian. Engineer Caldwell has returned apolis, Ind. Our old friend, Jim town, Livingston, may not be the so many of their comrads had Paris, where he has a job as and only a few that repre tra conductor. Mr. and Mrs. C Marst, tells of the many thousand from a trip to Wooton, Letcher best place on earth but it has been the cause of many home sick sented these aees are permitted ' A. Blanford and daughter and miles he has walked in the last county, where he was sent to with Miss Rose McCord person when they get away from to be witnesses. Mrs. Roy Fen-wic- John Albright, of Mt. Vernon, year in a pair of shoes that he M. K. and children have returned motored over to Parksville Suu- - purchased from J. Fish & Son at regarding some proposed bridges here. Miss David Owens has Mt. Vernon, and it seems that he and roads in that locality Hugh Stewart and family, of frora Lebanon after spending ajdty. Mrs. Cincinnati, are spending a few few days with relatives at that moved into the property of Dr. R. is angry because they are "wear- McCord is always to the forefront days with relatives here. Alvj place. -- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Black ' G. Webb, on high street. W. M. ing out We want to say to our in the good work pushing enter Argenbright was in Lexington a and children are visiting relatives Brady has returned from Chicago friend that shoes are like a great prises and good movements for LI., after a few days stay in that many other things, they perish the improvement and betterment few days last week. Charley at East Bcrnstadt this week. Griffin, who has been located near F. L. Thompson, et Mt. Vernon city. An auto party composed with the using, and if you still of conditions in localities wher Paria for borne time, has moved, the hustling salesman, was here of the following persons, left here carry the amount of baggage that evei she is residing or sojourning. L vou once carried bv here i it is no. The! National Highways Asso. of course, no great amount of wonder. You have no cause to ciation, with head office in Wash-- 1 this work can be done before Mr. ington, D.C., have favorably acted winter. The process of patting grumble at your shoes. Fish nor any other merchant will ' upon and putting in force some metal on the road is necessarily s insure shoos for a man to wear that ideas and suggestions given the slow, much slower than of the people are aware of. There carries more goods than a pair of Association by the writer. Hp also states will naturally arise more or les motor triirUs ine colored tair held in Lex- - impatience among citizens who that he is the proud owner of an ington last week had an immense don't understand why work old pistol of an early pattern, but attendance from all surrounding shouldn't proceed much faster. we will bet that Mr. S. C. F. can then sine. The Of course some contractors arc duplicate it for he has some that counties streets of Lexington, Friday and fastars than others, it is bethe old cave dwellers aud mound Saturday, were literally jammed. lieved the contractor on this job builders onee ownd. The capacity of passenger trains will use every effort to push the leaving Saturday evening and work to the earliest possible finnight was put to the limit. Two ish. It's a big job and it is going By ".1. ML" big coaches going toward Somer- to take time. Don't lose patience wagon loads watermelons set carried 400 darkitj on their and thtow Nine in way any hindrances were hauled into town Tuesday way homeward. The general be- by criticism which might hinder morning. havior of the fair attendants was instead of helping the work along. remarkably good on all occasions. Criticism, given in the right R. L. Collier was over last way is often helpful. Do your week from Crab Orchard, having The writer left Winchester, work done at Dr. Myers' dental Friday last, by auto Lexington bit in the encouragement of this parlors. that night by train to Danville. big and far reaching undertaking. By auto Saturday to Mt. Zeuia Met up with M. B. McClure, in We hear complaints on the neighborhood where he visited two days since Lexington, a few of his sisters. Went to Stanford county Rockcastle that puts on 'Buteh" is telegraphing for the by buggy for noon train to Mt. two successful fairs, yet there few of the citizens In her railroad there when not visiting a Vernon, remained there half day are a young lady at Clay City. mighty few we are and back to Clark county road borders glad to say who would be glad There has not yet been adopted work. to see both make failures. People a suitable word to designate a of that caliber are of little benefit On train Sunday up from Stantelephone message or conversa ford we met the veteran special in the community in. whish they tion. agent, Egbert Wallin, who hrs claim citizenship. There are being built "some- been with the Queen and Crescent Were you ever able to locate where in America" two mammoth road for many years, having his airplanes. The outcome of their headquarters at Danville. He is the hiding place of the restaurant nine-tentha-- WINCHESTER VJLV S Rock-Rockcast- le Walk -- Over Shoes IN STa ek and Cherry Tan SUTTON & McBEE Furnishiers and Clothiers TO N NEW FALL STYLES Tan, YOUNG MEN V NG Gun 1 -- f rt May e d. Li-l'o- rd ' Ow-Tuesd- ay BRODHEAD im-Corb- Monday, Sept. 17 DENTAL WORK DR. , ; con-cons- ult k PENNINGTON PAPE3 rx inn -.. Ml .VUWON SIGNAL Ffn.W, Sept. 7, 1917 t the Lime :. M . ip I1 ' Rtkwn- - !.!:' f-M-5 r ; ICE! l I .1 1 EY Ill . ) I 1 KENTUCKY NEWS For th !. tt ih at fa dl.v d ed o reitnii it of i loward U i nu ea uear P liskid every Ft iday by DeBord Helton ami Miss I.ih SDLmAa' S ALBRIGHT. home "1 thwere loarrird at V. Rei . W bride Sunday -- Fred Durham rjBSCRIPTION OWB VR.R $ 1 .0 Brock officiated. and family stteut Saturday and 8unday with B rod bead relatives Advertising rates maue bum J. R. Cass and family spent ahblicaiion Sunday with the I'nuiiW of ii at Jnncti n City. Thei MKVBH R OF L i. mart ired thru CMMTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION and Bill Green Fletcher- th former a nlockcaslk) farmer and ,&3& "OA the latter living iu Line tin county, have hauled several wagon loads of ground limestone and spread over their farms. Both f these men are god farmers and the future will tell the story of the good m rk the are now di ! i 11 - S i,i n- - .".I ill . . : .. l . , v i. 11 1 hi ii t From Items of Interest TCenjamin Harrison 1' r a ' iaU & :aW M'Ssi . ..TBr-- ' "W' se- -, . n . I lie eai . 111, drab ui w ,ti . All Sections of the State Padncah. -- i,. l. '' existe ire, in a Kr in a wi iei ?nrp at Fort . mi d 111 irbl;1 SK3 Streel !:'. he applied the phr: a PLellv li'1 w ived hi q'loto names H th baud . a here ;. ; it'n !(! S' nio learn he tin il Sau :r -. 0 have been accepted. tot .' corpa fle Padocadi le aecoad training yu y kMf n vi "We'll Deposit Our Money with the JC Hoi T y aT ! a-e- a wag i -- n 1 '. I 1 '. Mg , : I ill nil t O M COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE Tne jronnij hrokr "inn m mi -t ; V irk roU-off tl't rie coal & a )".t or two art'sts ip'tal '. irlth a I in :t'. ians.Mll mas and p '... a r 'i - of Inc i' ira- lit iu-- 'i ';! nt. millionaire, soldier re to rlo s r" ind II est) mi r. eticii ready lo stirrc Paal, and l ' he common cause tl, are the IncorporaAid 'amp Kid v is qnite tb B. most pi tiiresrue place lo be Com to ': another but found in a we?k s jou ne tag. Ii mark t. falll "t ii m t). was a you tig 11011 ae la the The '! tn 1. C Harris and daughter. ' on U I' st in a ;: U( ti ' fti54 in Miss Margaret, were with rela ontrol ' ..;.., .r, I.',,, , Squa whl ky itivesat Burning Springs, Clay Co He r aclii d into hi i i to have the big re luc-ai te last week. Mr. Harris' father, itn When wui was declared by the on! song comp 'sed b United States it wt a deemed wise L. C. Harris, was here a few aud "' ''on he idqi'arl he ' t the t'x'.ill i'k whole people in a conn weeaa ago Ollte Potts, of tJo b reai nig like '.bi-w. u i mlington, was Bete first el the nreelt ; .' y lti inn on ntj pi '! cil .i defeaase. This organ ' . ' WHFN THJ-- ' HIS OVRR has steadily gone on until even looking after some business ' !'..; rote u IS over, laddies slat" in the Union is organised, matters -- Eld. L N Bowling icn the wal and b Acte! Legislature or proc closed a verv suceessful meeting lake tip from me, juL r the a lamation of the Gover or these at Faint Lick Sunday. I R. fhere'll beno icrman submarim In t ea. organizations arc conducted Stotms is in laurel county th s a diving through th- - se a state law, backed by week. Rev. A j. Pike, James per j,, ho Father Land under lien 'i KilHonTtlle Karl rates, 22 jreaw I Meriditu, ld who wa thol ly h dill A. S. Albright and Federal ruling, and is cartied on ules he guy we're goin h n lie riled to lasi Snndaj to help the whole people of the Granville Owens, el this place, to k, I, iJIih! in an bait roium i Painter. of Stan defend the nation and and J. roiiutr lave a brand new Raiser, and ii llle hoapiul. i '.- - was drl age and ear for n Mabo Baptisl themselves against the common ford, attended the the same w ili be a M ick. urnins from Handeraon witti ei enemy. Meetings are being hld Association at Clear Creek Tues- - We'll ch .U'' he sotiLC ' Die Wacht naasansari Rev. Pike all over th" ration and the citi day and Wednesday am i.'hiii'-- into an Irish reel G, orgatown rhe Ru. Dr. V W. Moderator and J. And make the 'Dutchman dance sens ate reasoning gether as to was ?n ei of UaBTlUe, ;: Rberhardt, Painter, who has served the how thov can best serve the it it nclin il 10 feel aa pastor of the Plral Baptist ehareh country in the greatest crisis of Association for a number d" fears nd .'.! thee,. p. in llerlin will he to aaceaed lr- B. A. Iawes, who resigned after oecupylni the pulpil for was Frank its ensteace, and mnch good lias asClerk iiriis from Uouuty Clare, r tfii v';ivs. be His salary Kentucky is well Catron sold his farm, known as When we pul an hi-- h Kaiser a the been done. 2.2S. besidea one ii' the handsomest organised and from September the Joe Puree!! farm, to A. II. parsonasoa In Kentucky. ruler .''.ci there' Honaker, for 'a 20th to 80th a great speaking Vance, el Sine, in every German parkway Ptnevllle. Twelve luni'lred nn of campaign will be carried to every 275?. !r. Catron paid $2000 y u'l! tind a sweet coh en. the :'..i0" Btrlking iat miners in Bell connty in the state. People will for this farm only a few months ,', fields of wavin sauerkraut county arp affected by hh asreement ieiw een he told clearly and forcibly what ago. 'ihis shows something of we'll plant with shamrock green: nmimnin itlng in ili" Pinevllle territory, and in land in Rockcas-hothe present war means to as; the increase . em u. -- i or ausiige,wben the thlr employees. Contracts recoprniz-tathe harden of wai will fall tie, audi! has not yet reached elng to ;'l of ili" anion and Dutchman drinks his suds, on pe !'( in every walk of life; anything like its value aud what striker a di man la were signed. He'll gel corn bee! and cabbage, how we will all feel the effect of it it will m1 in a few years. W A. mag vrith f'o,ni old Irish, spuds th C;iri? -- '(;', '.v.icl," harboring in Fl.a and why we should all help all we j Robins who is cput aoontry eatate of K. K. Thomas heathens' guns and gas bombs was with homefoUca on thu Btony Point p:ic thto county, can in our respective spheres. Ii Corbtn, wail throw them altaway, contadnisg "u acrea, waa sold ay Mr is a well recognised tact that the Sunday. Itis Said that when a Am4 them use shillalaba, or Thosoaa to Edward K. Wmane, of Pi ri niaioritv of our lteonle. esucciallv widow with matrimonial iutont anddJlouston, 1x.. for flaO.OOO aaawks of Irish cla in rural districts, do not realize gets aftcM' a man h( nfight al hear Seen hunons fos many yeard U bdveno lion 'rosses, sure n tr"y a shorthora e boms of of the aitaation; do well make up his mind to cither the gravity green they II wear cattle. its naanatr-.i-not realise that they can li""p win buy tin1 marriage license or a vvk-we put an Irish Raiser in this war by staying ?t home and ticket to the far west. Jn our Hirknvan. Tha aaaoiine boat te' (Term :ti ruler's chair! about snrty feat long, owned by Joppa. !.. with their neighbor I judgment there arc some men San Astonki Express. had PToat, of this atty, arhich next to the men who are on the near Brod bead who had better been pat In passenger and freight sen tiring line in France. Ti;e I'oun see Pelis Bowman or get a ticket icf letaMi )v: mkI llec!'r. Mo cil nrganixed in this appeared from her mooring near the county J to France W. P Rigsby '!d a old wagon factory site last week and I boundary JL of timber on Negro wishes to belli the farmei do his hunot beei: heard from. It i thoui 1,1 Bros of Creek to Ed mis nn !"st in miking and conserving the !"';! waa sank. ..j JiUEmJL ii 'tai Orchard, for $2 10 J Mont food: not chaoge his modeoi "P Roberts is still on crntchos. ; Shelbyville. W. Tt. Johasna will not tell him how he must do the aominatioa of l. V. ford !'r his farming, but encourage him County Clerk, which the Board of to do his bcM in his own way. Election Commiasionera swarded him The by a plurality of three rotea encoarag community co opera grounda alleged in the petitioa are tion, and rv to make each com that persona wen permitted n rot as munitv a, near fo rh.o contestee openly hi They sail the high and ence of other persons, wit hoot l p ssihle by helping each indi- low seas of commerce. orn aa w any di ability. idnal in that locality and saving They pay millions a more for our army and ihal of our H Tbi V rren t year for advertising. ''. i.ird of allies. 1 aeir profit is millions. f li v.i- e pJel the .'-- .;i Further, the Rickc48tta Conu-c-il pi"ke their guns with he ." ai the iv!":;:: y witl of Defense wishes with the generoua adveriisiiig in For coui ly j idg vh ..: alt: nnty e erk, ll. ,.., nral help of the citi.etis to sec that all tlsia your home paper. li mntj nttn ..'.. Dime tn ihat w have applies are II, Tn 'kor: Jane Use the mail order's . eyoi procured at a reasonable price; .hn I. ohn s. Canipbi C i'. :' "ov,n weapon fact there is iV'i tin no ixor'itan1 ti,''',s aiu m .vi on what we must pie ADVERTISING does a Swann ;iis ll'e W'.irk ha: h en lociiii euro from other sections. We .;;: coating which will le ".:' not mean anything want lo v on record as disap i on ii" ';.'' ''': tat one an ' ' n :' ' ni one m He easl '' proving the idea el aayoae amass iiIit. .. ar W. H the fellow you pass to thclbyvtlla at a eosl approxlmatln big a fortune under the guLe of !'! . :!" Consists ' ;." ri"' Z&Eg '' !. on i war prices. This will be of inter ( ti;.' ' ' fcsphall is thn spread a ;! h est to each and OVery citizen. it does mean I 'ilt!ng anrf u e i.om. and the The Conned f National Defen? aprlakled with atone ehipa. absolute style and has allied iUelf With the Red Cross ,. 4.1,, tatton ,T,r( In ghelbvville in its civilian relief fund and dur' maty Court Cha quality protection to nga in th ing this war will help any dis .. as th V. fJul brie f . b would su stain tressed family hen such distress mniini of .U:: Uin which the Ken reason r is caused by the one on whom ky rti'tii s Co propo m to erei t thov depend for s.ipnort being aGet 'undef a new rru 'k 't wws ahowa tl al uTosa c.i-called for military service. 'c ilam won:. out 'i and a halfaerea here if land aader water and cut eal lorty-breWe think this matter of suftic s real of irn farm. acrea from y. to-da14-15-- 16 ient importance to justify all our I Hjrwell i;il. of this people in OOaaiag to at Last one of Lextaaloa. Federal concitT. widely kaown aa Speakings, when we conthese LIMITED TO BEIT. 25 in aarlka trouble, li:i uone tn ciliator sider that our speakers and men atiika znw la Southeastern the from other counties will give their S&SgjMgmagSSSL Kentucky. It is understood lie will lie met thers by other Government time and pay their own exienses agents. The Cash Store to bring the Manage to us. We ACCOUNT feel sure that good crowds will L,xinaon. Reports reaching here are to the affsct that every coal mine attend all these speakings. Sovereign - uiauy a sres ,I Coal Company, rec atl; organised to Ion 2.IMM) acrea of coal lands alons riv ; of thia county will give empioyuieai in . . 1 Wbiteaburg. It la reported on uuthoritj that the Dettott-Ea- k 'r- - d r u tf ' ' 11 I 1 r. 1 ( . i 1 j : ' ' ( - ! I his Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. ( rir J Ml V 5 U "' &?h & -g : ' p J 1 H r I r I A i If I - .. , H : I 'WA S. 5liai1: - I H US GROW" 2SIU0 0 1 immBMBm. : i ; - xzszsx&ssmxEsrrzz' ; : : ' .1- - . 1 U1L Nl.WS r, who is drilling on he Haivc Mink '"arm. has been it d "'. for 'in- aist I :i daj .M .'count of some trouble wall packer. dywn about is m uch pleased a and !! i l m . R.H. MILLER 1 . !' in- - lea itii n. i- - 111 ! I and Maples ars still ' wk 00 well No. Ion the Jo 'i. a .1 farm. On account Marcum m LEADING DRUGGIST 4g&S i 1 haak downshave n.t made much prograas. ;.. 1 B Mt. Vernon, Kfnmcky " Tiiey an(j COUXTY are I down ... ,.,, I QQfJ mi (V,.t ! J- - , ! "KM. ed. -- J . re The well a' billy in ty was down i.ion ou t ter tic w as I A string of bads mt. a in, a ho w is pul iog d r-- 0 if ' Hsi A CALL ION US you need anything m I Ids 1. well, moved t rise S el south east of London. in the drug line t m ! w Ii-- g !' iff & Whiteare down 60a i'eet 111 'r.i::e. f inn. t re tltt es if i . Ion !' PHONE r have been stopped v fishing I' r lost tools. S9 w s B rCj i ar T!:AiSE SHORAL The quality el tin-fars- ; hhjh-ctas- T ivhat you hav; ;o sell is known to some poopie ail of the hire aa il el t PBOpIl roaa tf time, but advertisi rsgu-Kt.- ;. td ' J ua a d vd i':! riwwh Si all oi ' ! - of Um time. J - Mt, Vernon Graded High School AN lie-lag- ; jn Fi ii il F a rr ft 'r--- r- con-'(-- wr. T j . . ACCREDITED COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL tx 1 rlf-8npporti- ng Life. at I Wa3 a ! A :i Sr.-ui'l.-i- r 1 lli-- li Seli..! li.-iiii- Coiir-- i' ofSfailv. Tliornarb (Jeliel.il Ue ieU ami T'.l-llers for i,u-s- s l i i KIGU r WELL rRAlXKDTEAl Vw- HERS 10. 1917 Term I'. Begins T. N. Il Sa;iteiurtr Xvnli !"; ' M&M that Hat (I The !1 ; ,T ' p.-.r- y j j .Mrs. P. M. Jones, of Pai.iicr, G;.;a., writes t "Front the aunt I entered into wounaanood I looked v.ith dre".i from one monlli to ft next. I auffered v.ith f back anal hnuiai iluni Xok, Chji Ci'X. i it J ... If iit i," Cut f0g ' ! l.h' D. II. l I I.V. ,.,:,m i,'i. . ERXOX. KY. LL I y UK L I paln.t ill a misery. !!' i i T- on the highway. But, i -- . : ROUND TRIP ; i would thir.1: I cmiM not .nHurp ihp nain anv lorurer. and I gradually pot worse. . . Nothing seemed to help mc until, one dr.y, . . . 1 decided to I le to M wii . ft m COCOTONE SKIN WHITENER 2 A - i TAKE dAm yu- Louisville I .!". 5c Box v Free . . Fall Swann $5.20 Sept. L.&N.R.R. e 11 ThcW qdW Ionic "1 took four botMtV Airs. Jones d.irk v bruara kin. rraaoi inuall lileiu'wbea .ukI clearing vnrtliv iHraalltin rsnilxkiM v a rhsai klh t Grow Whiter, lin't ami cauaing t!iUdciHoim Skin Wbiteneff am! Iia' oae, iimjK;iin, ii-- Skin Blench or Whitcaer SBfea gee on to PttlNI J. C.MeCLARY . Grand SHOWS rHiiOUGH BR . OD H EAD TasiSaWS 'r-- . I sT4 f Vw. A 'vHasfhfc. - JSm. IS''',L ' " Lodge of I.O.O.F. larga size in the Southeastern Kentucky district, or District 19, United f America, closed Mine Workers down, following the strike of bstweea 18,00 and 20,000 men last Saturday. of 13 FADD Mrs. B. C Anderson and son, Raymond, of tJarrard county, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. VV. riKfVKL Low Round-Trip H. Anderson from Friday until UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Ssnday. R. H. Hatnni took his KY. wife into Louisville Sunday afternoon where she was operated upon at the Norton Infirmary U lSLlttUKUm A LLWIC5 Jvl Monday. It wa a very serious V ATTCRNKVS AT LAW operation, but the latest report is MT VERNON, RY. Will jiractice in all the courts. tbat she is doing as well as could Office in Bethurum Building. be expected. Dr. W. F. Carter ydtiyd$xto accompanied tuytu aud was pies- - P Rigsby, and Mr. and Mrs W. Fares ') B STANFORD, Kentucky State Fair Excursion Ticket on Sale Sept. 10 to 15, via ffl say, "and ran no4 oar greatly relieved, but ca truthhilly say iat hava not a pain. . . " K haa now been two years slnae I tookCardui, WH and I am still In good would adhealth. . . any woman or girl vise to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if yc. teel the need of a good stranKtlieoing tonic to build up your system, take the advica J23 of Mrs. Jonas. Try Car- dui. It helped her. We jjKj Jw believe it will help you. 1 1 run-doI l! WHAT USERi THINK OF COCOTONE M nccsa, Ga. MnanaaajanMnrj, Ala Dear Str: I find that GMaananal Dear Sirs: Send tae by rwturn lx)X ('(Hinuiie Skin skin Wlmener is Um in-s- pasjp mail tvi Wbitennrand tkree cakeanlCno eration I hav evr twtl to dear otone Skin $trp. The are iae the skin, ami wish you would tnd 1 do not eaM no be without mail mail me two boves at once. (Signed) Mis C. F Johnson. them. Enclosed is money order for $i.25. Do not accept substitutes or t tone C'o. t'l.cct'ine Cd. Yours truly, Clara m. Jacksok, imitations. CUT This OIT I WaycroSs, Ga. IJocoloac Co. . Louisville & Nashville R. aW-faarther R- - All Druggies J.68 :3o(3c. mjf tr (rood returning until Spf. 17. particulars apply to local agent L. it N. K, R. writ R, D. Patay, tt. P. A., Lammrilla, Ky. Ct -- M av 33 Dear Friends: Your Cocotone SktB Wliitener is tlie tinest thing I have nver Hitone Mv skin WW vtrV vSkin '.V lii tener, ns'dif you will I ever saw. but dark and the first lox has made semi me a 25c liox free will ha it tnar.v ahndea lighter, and my pleased to try it. I enclose friends all ask me what I have 2c stamps to cover cost of six ,, ,' Enclosed ou been using me six in. pacKing. etc. find $'2 oft. Plwase sand Name boxes at Sliia WhittMT and two cakes of soap. Address Yours Truly, Agents Wanted. Anna M. WinrK. The Tototone Atlanta, tla. MT. VERNON SIGNAL! . j rharaday in Louisville I I I 'i Roberts loft U'odiiFil.iv nrli er li.si furnished you. 6, trestle Wednesday x for Detroit. If ich., where he has tip' No. 79" wti yoanjj men from this county will tried before Judge Junes i'. a position, want toCommun entrain early Saturday morning Bailey Saturday morning and cue wlch SHAL A " September the 8th, for Louis- - acquitted on the testimony of Com See J. Fuh&Soo for all kinds vide, there to enter the service Imon wealth's witnesses. Hi of UcCormick and Deering of the ('ailed States as part of testified that she liad ; the New Army, to which the the borne of her father, pairs. infers when he says: ley Johnson, protec for Mt. Vernon is proud of her "It is a Selection from a Na tton. Parker Hasty. lOUISVLI E 6. Nashville R R Co. picture shows at Boone Way tion which. Volunteers In Mass nlil son of deceased, slated ihat ( pcra lltuisc 'II MIC TABLE. Tho-,are the ho ;i r ri. vomit:' uh-i- i the messaire from 2S norm pm Oil men from the various first of those who will represent bis rather to his mother teihng 5.5? 3:50 a m states still tack their faith to Rnflrr-n.st.124 aorta (Yumr.v ... niv a... C 1IL '. I H II ilU ,,.1 """"V in th ...., 1... it 1,.. ,i,,i li'M ....fii-- II 1IH1JJI w 11:4:, am to Rockcastle as to its being an Army. They go willingly, to be would kill her and the whole El d th 12:18am oil field. defend their Homes, tiieir Conn- - Johnson ' family. As stated in Brown ami Craig have shipped ty t,u'il' State and their Nation, Friday's paper, Hasty was on Ias. Landkum, Agent. yours and mine as well, his way to the Johnson home, already three carloads of hock Phone No. 8. wheat at an average of about fluUe as '""di and (into as de- - shot gun in hand, when Logan Kiiiere.l :il the Mt Vernon, Ky. Ifiinitely as if those with whom Johnson met him with his gun. s fil 33 pPT bushel as sk in. .il mutter, " ;,n,s country is at war, were. Hasty raised the gun to fire, T.,.io.-,i,!r:1fi.i-wivn,- , p r h Hum L wjk or ? ? but Johnson was the quicker led rooms over Cox's store and our nounuaries; ter u ;m, fin.,j one shot, making a bonre for a win i1;lVt. Heir office there instead bocKvu Pred McPerron lew days from I levrland, Ohio. Lf ; fiethnrum and Lewis ofilce. has boon definitel) proveu that wound in the abdomen, from Germany intended to attack the which Hasty died two or three Mr.- -. of Bercn, is; A county read engineer and rjuited M. Hayes, States as so.n as she later. Interior Journal. visiting relative's and friend., (.(nulty agricultural agent arc had crushed, m turn, France, hours nt this phwr. RED CROSS NOTES jtwo personages of much impor- - Russia and England By tend Lntlo Miss Margaret llernck tame and value to say county. ing our men to Prance we are! Oar Chapter has received 50 sicK tins week, h.s boon Judge L. W. Bcthuruin Imp helping to frustrate this plan, pounds of olive drab yarn and bat is improving now. resigned as a member of the and are helping to keep tneac qni tea number of sweaters and Mrs. W. H. Pish has boon wry local board for the Selection Draft tual fright fulness of War from 1.mufflers.. are now being knit. .'' -. , . sick during the week with a and Dr. Walker Owens has been our on n sou. lave solar only receiveu a ie w severe case of tonsilitis. For this reason, as is being niliolins showingi' how to knit appointed in bis place. t lw o :i 1! ic-- , all earn Mr. and Mrs J. B. Xoe have I have moved to my done at otter points, we would Norm was used for sweaters we would been with relatives in Harlan own property on old Main street suggest that as many people as uavu loe sweaters, but as pari of possible be at the Station on rounty forjtwo weeks. back of court house. Will serve Saturday Morning September it will go to make mufflers, we Homer Proctor and Will lit same price Btfa a little before 3:53 A If., will need 35 or 40 pounds more Thorn HJon will tot urn to State Stpl4 Mrs C. D. Prick. the time that Train 14 is sched id tins yarn to complete onr quota University next Monday. Contracts srere awarded Sat uled to leave and in a quiet und of one hi each in in culled tu the Mi- and Mrs P. H. Shtttts are ur.iay for a bridge across Bound orderly manner bid them Thanks, colors from thi county. Our here front Indiana visiting Rock' stoce creek at Roundstone. on supply of 2 5 pounds of gray yarn God Speed and Good Luck, mstlr friends and refauives. I)ixi' High Way and also a bridge will arrive next week, toen the Tub; Local BOARD, Jonas Baker, of Crab Orch- over the same creek at La ng sock and wristlet knitters will be The following-name- d men are toady to commence work. The ard, was here ibis saorning lord. hereby ordered to rep it at the to Ptnevtlle with some Any Canning Club member or office of this Local Board for mili- coi gesti m el shipping and slow horses. others desiring tin cans, please tary duty and for transportation process of inspecting and repack Mi- fiissie Williams returned notify me at once as important that inn makes it v..-supply is to a mobilization camp a several weeks ttrrday from all this knitting be done before running low. The time they must report is October I St. Cotne to town, see s'ay in Indianapolis and Win Mus. H. R. Gf.ntkv, 10:00 in. on September 8tb, 1917 cbekter, Ky. the knitting and get in line. Home Dern Agt John Speed Hamilton, U. ;. Baker, 'King of low Knitting more popular in the Wade Deatherage, J. M. Craig sold to some Har country today '.hanever before". prices," was in Louisville adding Fred Hatcher, Our women have come forward more mercbardie to his big es rodsourg parties this week, 184 Stock ewes at a little better than Fd Albright, tal lishmenL united and resolve to do their pari 18 per head. These were exta Evsrt A. Kirby, in Sending comfort and good Bernard If. Franklin is visiting rood awes, but at that there is no Victor Price. cheer to our sol lierS. They fully his grandmother, Mis. Franklin, doubt about sheep bringing good For Sale A i! h p gasoline tealize that we can't do too much and his aunt, Mrs. Bell, at Lexingprices. engine, in perfect condition and fori ur men from th s tuth rushed ton this week. Flo.d Mider lias purchased the will be sold on guarantee. Can iuU frozen trenches in the North Ver- V . 4JRBJBfjBaBBnnc et residence el Sheriff Cam Mullins be toought at a bargain if sold at during what willnkely be a long iiou's best chants, is in Cinp-if those at cinnati ties seek buying his Fall on New comb Avenue. Consider once. See George Owens at Mt. hard winter ation $1,250. Mr. Mullins expects Vernon Monumental Works, er home will do their part. Millions and Winter gotds. to buy a farm close to town. The apply at this office. of men will give the Red Cross Miss Bath Mallias will take stile was made by Chas. C Davis their blessings and not one will John Lair's ptaee in the faculty of the local real estate pgent THREE WOUNDED NEAR be denied the comfort of those Mr. Lab the Graded School. MINE. knitted articles so valuable to TheTri-Stat- e Telephone Co, has been drafted for army service. Middlesboro, Kv., Sept. th m. Mrs. J. C. Moore of which 'has. A. Chandler and B. Gunn, Superintendent and six Mr. and IxSESex have returned from Somerset. Dr. O S. Brock of London are workmen of the Lower Lignite CIKCUIT COURT. Mr. Moore is hat little improved eh ef owners have purchased the Coal Company, located five miles A good portion of the week has Mrs. Moore is better from injuries interest of John Creech in Rock from Middlesboro, were fired castle. Laurel and Clay counties, upon by been consumed in the trial el ranted by her fall. what Wits supposed to be including the London exchange cases. union nymptithl.er.s this Burning equity left for Miss Bernice Laadrnai The suit of the Bank of Mt The merchant, the professional as they were gjing to work Tucson Ari., Saturday where slie Vemon again d Root Allen, the will Uaeh school tliis year. She man or an body else for that part, About 200 shots were tin d. Three .1 nry failed to agree Vat eonmpnnied as far as New who never spends a dollar with men were hit. Gillus Johnson is 12; .L hn Purccll was awarded the ioeal ;. ."r. for advertising. thought to be fatally wounded, Orleans by her sister, liuth. damages against the et unty. The 13 letter heads or anything else Messrs 8 E HHlard and H.C. should be very modest in their and L. Ghsnu and another man damages were claimed lot that are slightly wounded. The shootn Gentry attended the Baptist expectations of free adversising ing was from ambush and on the portion of Boone Way between at Clear Creak Tnefday Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, known See ROMCO Fattie Arbuckle at opposite hill from the mine. and Wednesday as del. 'gates from to the traveling public as the Pur-cel- l Boone Way Opera House Friday the Mt. Vernon Baptist Church. bill. From a standpoint of "HIGHWAYMAN'" VISITS US W. A. Cox and daughter, night Sept. 14th, in a Two Reel Mis. road it would have been much The Messenger office was visit- better had gone straight tban Miss Annette. Miss Louanna Slap Stick Comedy, entitled the M : ie affrTagVi mi r ,irts l.wi ,.,., SPeOt I Ky, s. (t 7. 1917 .in The Editor Mt. Varnoa Mt. Vernon, Kv Dear sit A.-p- iig-uai- , Logan Johns tool and xn ciilui! his hr tlier in law, 79 Cj Better FALL FISH'S S17 $20 SPECIALS Clothes For MEN and MSk lirad-Presidc- nt YOUNG MEN 16-ye- . 1 I a , I . I I 1 . $15 "' f ..iil-cias- t W'" There are many reasons why you should wear these fine clothesT but the moit important is the "money" reason. If you want real value for every penny you paid out, these are the clothes for 'you to investigate. vi-r- - Come and Look First When You're Ready To Buy Come Back ! Ail-Around 1 The Corner nu-al- s Near Court House ' -l'--! "$ W r r ei rry Manfi 1 Course We Fill Mail rl Orders THE CASH STORE zsemj3x 1 in A gold bar pin, (fork) on Main St., or u picture show. Finder will plouse return to Mrs. S. C. Franklin and iret re- - en-rou- te r ward. Miss Elizabeth Siowder, dau The Men affhe Fronf Dig trenches . build arsenals and lay in ammunition in defense of the enemy. Just as apparent is the dutv of the man at home, for has he not his homer his loved onesr and his business to guard against the possible attacks of sickmss, accident or business. : ghterof Squire and Mrs. U'.M. Sowder, one of the canning club girls canned 60 qmrts of tomatoes yesterday and up to this time she has already put up aver 2o0 ts. JBjjBjfjapanpaaMaBBBfe- The time to prepare is BEFORE THE ENEMY COMES. Better the Lamp Oil th it Saves Eyes is mofe .N'Mthin ,v--- L. start your trenches today by laying in a little ammunition at our bank. ieta wilbutit a rti. kur down to Um laK drop. PcdcmtU u.la crude oil refined to Cot no mora tnan Uie lnf?rior iuiikt)u;oii 011s a ree Huaii-uv- ts HKK-saeves. Y ur deuler has SOLITE Oil. in barrel from our works. clear and ves t in line i;iau, steady uiin. niure nut iy Kenanf tte oil mm Uirns iua inpomnt in th hie First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIFFIN, W. H. CO rTONGI M, Vice-President Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Ky. S W- - RB theclebmted "So Oil. Lexingtap, aaanf airw&Tmn, p. (,ar!-Auto President Aaso-cmiio- g a T?1WB a C. M. THOMPSON, BiBBiaaaaBnaaasawtBWaBSMIHr ' Cashier i aKHHeaaHaaaTCaMi THAT SE1TLE0 HIM. Miui&si-" Wliitelkad. Herbert and lauu Cox saotored to High Bridge and on to I exingtoa, Monday. They had a most enjoyable day's outing. 1 1 , ... Our old stand by Jim Mar-e- t .show. a proposition certain to prove to Co , was awarded judgment dropt in from Winchester to be one of Kentucky's gre itest against K. .1. McKinney for $207,-9a- , Liiurel county people have Road Sunday. remain until Col. Maret, in adraised by public subscription blessings. which the defendant admitforces are scattered to hemp something over $2000 to help dition to being the cheif ted. This case was tried somefields during the pr sent week of the Boone Way, is thing over a year ago and at that to aid in saving the crop and finish Dixie Highway through Laurel and Rockcastle counties. superintending the roads in time the American Chemical Co. draw double wages. has donated about Clark and other counties. He is lost, but when the case went to Mr. and Mrs Frank L. Chance, Lingston thoroughly posted on the busi- the Court of Appeal was reversed ' -Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Jones and -- 00 to this fund. Mt. Vernon ness and can roll eff road talk InekeaeUe citizens should Last week we reported the case Miss Marv Canlon. of IndLuan- by the s ard. Danville Messen of G. W. Marler against W. M. awake and do what we can to poiis were visitors to our town highway ger. Bullock and stated that Mr. MarP" yesterday. The- - had been at l,ush ,his We are F. Krueger was awarded con- ler brought the suit London the guests of Mr. and tUruu8n on that statement, as The Graded School opens next tract for macadamizing Boone corrected Frank Maris, and Mrs. Mis inMa. is was going through to In- - Monday, and the Langdon Me Way from Lincoln line to Living- Mr. Bullock brought the suit stead of 'Mr. Mailer. ston. From a point near Pine them. diaiiapolis Mr. I morial will open Tuesday. with L Schneider was awarded is connected with the ents have the children ready for Hill to Brodhead. stone will be adertising dejiartinent of the openingday. It is for their bene used, from Brodhead to Lincoln 12000 agstast the railroad com fit that they start on time and let line and from near Pine Hill to lan.y alleged damages sustained Indianapolis news. tllat every cllild in the Livingston gravel will be used. vvhen he fell into an open nitcfa W O. Jones, who has served Us "" contractpnee for metal is at Brodhead during the lair in in almost every capacity on the district will be in school every day The $:! 00, and ter gravel $100. We 19i0. This is the second trial of New York City Police force ard dunn the term and that mess will prevent their hone to see the work start with - the case. Iu the' first trial he who is now a cici.ens clothes de - excePl out a moments unnecessary delay, was awarded $750-- ' which judg tPere- tective for the police department ment was re ver fed by the Court of that great metropolis, is here Correction: I wish to cor-t- o Mr P. Francisco, who for of Appeals. This case will also see his mother and spend his rect a mistake which the Hope many years ran the Brodhead go to the Court of Appeals. Bill stands well and is well reporter made 111 last weeks hotel, and was known as one of vacation Court will adjmrn a valuable man .in that service, paper. The little six year old the best hotel men between Lou which is evidenced by his rapid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. isville and Jellico, has been in - son Ramsey did not get run over Mt. Vernon during the week and the many favorable comments made upon his and knocked down by older pu- - looking over the Mt. Vernon Hu- I splendid work by the big dailies pils at school, but while playing tel property, recently vacated by' For Infants and Children of that city. Bill knows what with some little girls near her Mrs D. C. Price, with a view of to do it and best of all, own age and size, fell and broke coming here. We have not heard In Use For Over 30 Years and how has the nerve to go where duty her arm. what Mr. Francisco's final decis - Always bears the Lucy Mink. calls. ion IS. signature of pro-motel Par-Chanc- "Ronah House.'' Also a 4 Reel ed by a Highwayman Saturday. around tlr; lull the way it does picture entitled " Bachelor's Ro- H.nvever, he did not want to mance". Show starts at 7:il0. hold us up. We refer to Col. Amanda Thomason was gran ted Admission price lo and IT) cents. .lames Maret, the man who divorce from Aden Thomason This we believe will be a good ''invented" the Boone High Way Agricultural The American it Sue Bennett Memorial School London, Kentucky Five schools give thorough training: High School, Model School, N.Muiil School, School of Business. School of Music. New Courses-Special mam Vottr country needs joii -- prapnfa, for government positions; wvilfcrvica and Raniaff. eoarsei praosring ronng atea and Our rates are very reaaonabla. Write for catalog for full iaformation to He hear that year huiband lafl you very well flxed? She Ye; I should lay h did. Ha left me his monT with ta provision that, if 1 uiarrtstt within Its rsrs. It was to go to a hospital. 1 A. VY. MOHN. Principal. GOOD FOR WILLIE e Luther Burhank County For Choose Sonoma i ! His Experimental Farm c j It means that Sanoma County Does this Mian aiivthin to TO I of offers ideal eonditioai far th.- - growta of a very wide rane is crops. lK-ras It MMUsstatal i' m a (ood punsnsg seetioa for TOO. ertj .ipple, oacol the laa gnat niiiiltrj nratrrs of .li-- world: Imp, sjsd tla beat farming .hs-t- t jjeneral wine. prune, cherrv. peaJ, icts in California. Than U pteaSj of rain to make these CtOfS sure. lrr. ""o j YOU CAN SEE - THIS COUNTY WITHOUT LEAVING HOME We hav. Issu'.l a fieautifullv illustratcil liooklet telling of S .noma Countvamlof tli- opportunities there for VOt'. Semi ten cents fortius liooklet ami asamplecopv ofSVNSKT Mm, x.imk the one big National . AUdrtiss, Manziac kellins t the Iif and Uevelopuient of thu W.-st- to-da- Harri-promotio- ti SUNSET MKGAZIINE SERVICE BUREAU, SAN TANCISCO CASTOR A 1 &Ws& n Willie Only one boy lpelled pop. rae Pop How's that, rrr assa? Willi We wuz ttf aW rwo in th class. bet-terto-da- TRADE MORAL-- The difference tradE MORAL between business and success Inquire about is advertising. our rates. prominence in this paper is to you, Mr. Home Merchant, what Iteam to an en8iM- - - ACvertising - pA? RN BRITISH EXPERT ' V.Comfort Awaits r ag you can sireiLii imi emu uu. n- Go Where You ."-- v THE NEW KENTUCKY TAX LAWS LAUDS RAILROADS OF UNITED STATES .. Of All The Saws tvtr i A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from the crowds where & There are many of these quiet shady Inunts to be iouna at Asheville New r-fan- d "V Chattanooga Niagara Falls Thousand Islands Atlantic Seashore Canaa. Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts Jilt. LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE DAILY Good returning until Uctober Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation 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 Penenger Agent, 118 L Main Street, Lexington, Ky. !3a Y 5 N L nJ Vs H V. v 5. N .v. fi 'an,"' : smMassi TttW SD rsaE BRIDEGROOM'S QUESTION. Pale Faced Women Take Phosphates to Make Rosy Cheeks and eautiful Forms. Men Need Phosphates to Make Strong, Healthy, Vigorous Bodies. Athletes increase their strength, energy and endurance 200 per cent or more by si. ply taking a fen weeks treatment of i Argo-Phophate. Tli' muscles lack lone. anv man or woman km too easily. ia nervous, or Tbey become nervous, writable, melancholy, the uti its hie, uoiu oiii. or looks bag Idespondout. gard and pale to make a Strong, brain igs, and the memory fails robust, rigorous healthy body, as Therefure it you wish to pre they are to cotton to make it serve your youthful vim, vigor, grsw. The lack- - of Phosphates and vitality, to a ripe old ag. vou Clergyman With all my wordly is the Cause Of all enemic cOndi must supply hi deficit ny of IMios gools dice endow. tions aud the administeralion of phatvs most easily assimilated. P'ospeetive Bridegroom Say, par Ari;o- - Phosphate ton. isn't this rather early to award Notich: grain rVrgo Pbituphase tablets i will increase the Strength mid en- which is recommended and pre alimony? durance of weak, ervous, care icribed by physicians in all enemic a secret or patent worn men and women 300 per leases, is not medicine, but one that is sold cent in two or three nSm.hu time nd recommended by well known in many instances, and their druggists everywhere, dnd phvs continued use will build up the lcians are subscribing te the con whole nervous system, and give stituents contained in it Beinjr new life, vim, rigor and vitality entirely Fruits many to the whole body. I always pre- phates. unlike easily other Phos of advertIt is assimilated scribe Argo Phosphates to pati- and will be found effective in the ents who are pale and colorless treatment of indigestion and ising in this and it is surprising to see how stomach troubles, as well as for i'inor r i qui.kly a few PSOUU treatment care worn, nervous conditions. you a pleasanter sur- will transform a pale face to a The manufacturers of Arsro Phos J prise than when She said Yes. rosy cheeked leauty. There can .,!..... Ill .....,: ... i. ,. ... . 1,1. uuaic win Kuieii i I iwiirita .. j, system bte institution $200lu.t'iy th-- y c tn 00 if aafuUkunsvUrU' s.vj ful women, without their L neat any man r worn m tin j not is sufficiently supplied with Phos- lacks Phosphites and der 6.) who V phates. In recent interviews mcrease their Strength and en with phystrians on the grave md darsacd from 1 K percent to 30 serious consequences el a defici per cent. or more in one UBUssn.' M ency of Paoaphatea in the bio d time, if they are free frommonth's org m of American men and women. I i(. troudie. It is dispensed by all have strongly emphaMSd the reliabie druggists. TITT; Texas WniKler Mill kidney and fact that doctors shohld prescribe lt Nour druggist will not sup bladder troablea, tUnolvescraval.cwM more phosphates in the form of ply you, send di il)t.'s. cak ,d Ism 'luck-.- , rheunia-tll.oo to the Argo ami in iu.it all irrecularities oftfae Argo Phosphate for weak, worn Laboratories, lo Porsyth St 1.1 udder in Ixith men and women. kiilncys sold If not j our drufrsift. will on Kent by out, iMggard loukjug men and Atlanta, Ga., and they will send One small Ixrttle Is t month. women. When the skin is pale, treatii ;it ;.nl iteldora (alia to perfect a run m a two weeks treatment by pend for fit i and othci and flesh flabby, it is a sign of return mail. w. i: r'i' I Strer;' essential who ti tiic-s Atlanta Ga. Dr. F. A Jueohsou Shews When the phosphates go savs that Phosphates are JUUSSS i.oiu the blooil, the pink cheeks 1 1 1 V. 1 1 1 ..v,,it I - ik-hu- . I untV ", - i 1 iiw-i- j i t. i i -- . ..- - r- -1 aasai i -- - 'up 'TS Wr &M i- , s (i."jjfelW ,.. . . awsmatvjs, a i; Jr r ,,- lMU'J imms'vt if r immt a- -. ) w i '.jM c mfl I. Wv mm m w i r In ' r - r o than ever y-- u inm Ir SSW. fcu rtver sw: a There will be many changes in the iuw aan line tual 5aw sav, Ja Kentucky Tax Laws, which re into and that is became l.t- - tid effect September 1st. and taxpayers not go to a rtliabl Battismiu Tells Congress Committee That should be deeply interested. asnru i buy it. Tlvsaesfu Farmers will be benefited by the lower State tax rate on Lands and (i USI ernes in Tbsy Lead World. sins as there Improvements from 55 to 40 cents are in avsm MfcSff urti-- l of on each $100 valuation and on Live haidware and the nulv Stock from 55 to lu cents for State to be certaiu of dnl be-NO GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP snrposaa. Mortgages Be..;: ffVrfSS. exempt from lo quality is In CUUSS here to and Accounts will be will also Agricultural cal taxation; as huy. We have u large va It Would Mean Political Control and Implements; and Products grown SShbVBbC riety of deiendah)e HardThat within the year are exempt from all Declare Los of Efficiency ware at light prices. Crisis Confronts Country on Aocount taxation. Money deposited in Bank of Transportation Situation Lowest will be taxed at only 10 cents on Freight Rates to Ba Found In United the $100, instead of 55 as heretofore. States. This will result in a large saving to Washington. May 14. That the Unit- taxpayers, who have been listing their ed States Is face to face with a serious pioperty at a fair valuation. will have only State Merchants crisis In Its commercial affairs, due to the conditions by which Its transporta- taxes to pay on their Notes and Action system is confronted, was the opin- counts at the rate of 40 cents on ion expressed by W. M. Acworth. Eng- each $100 and 10 cents on Rank land's leading authority on railways, Other property, such as Real before the Newlands Joint committer Estate, Merchandise, etc., is subject on Interstate commerce at a special to State tax rate of only 40 instead session held here to enable the of 55 cents. to hear his views before his de Manufacturers are exempted from tiurture for London this week. Two steps are necessary, according to Mr local taxes on their Machinery. Raw Acworth, to avert this crisis and to Material and Product. Notes and Ac solve the threatening railroad problem courts and will be taxed for State : : : ; : . o 9 confronting the country. purposes only on such property at 40 (irst Is to allow the railroads to The cents, on the $100 and 10 cents on charge freight rates sufficient to meet On all other propBank Deposits. operating the great advance In which is taking place and to erty the State tax Is only 40 cents eiiHble thwn to command the credit on each $100 and the local taxes as necessary to provide the extensions fixed In the localities where their and improvements needed to meet the business is conducted. X growing demands of buslnesg. The secBonds. Stocks. Mortgages. Notes ond is to do away with the multiple tnd Accounts are taxable for State and conflicting systems of regulation purror.es only at 40 cents on the that now hamper railway operation and to provide one centralized regula- $100 and exempt from local taxation The State tax on Real Kstate. tory agency with such local subdiviHousehold Goods. Merchandise, Vehisions as may be necessary. cles and other property owned by Higher Rates a Publio Necessity. Mr. Acworth's views on the transpor- Individuals has been reduced from tation situation in the United States 55 to 40 cents; a reduction of 37V4 were expressed in answer to questions per cent. 4 by members of the committee, who Additional Revenue to Justify the askcS him to apply his knowledge reduction and increase the State rev',--s;co of railway conditions throughout the enue is to come from Bonds, Stocks, world and of the experience of other Accounts; Mineral and ountries with government ownership 'Notes and Timber Rights and Royalties and by to the present problem before the L'nit-equalization underof notoriously Suites. "1 lip fundamental!) factor in the sit- valued assessments, and as each class uation is very simple," said Mr no matter by whom of property, 'It lies in the fad that you owned, will be assessed and taxed of a cent's uniformly, the advantage to taxpayers 'an not get worth of work done for less than generally and the State at large will of a cent, no matter whether be very great. Is a governthe agency performing it The State needs more revenue to Freight ment or private enterprise rates must advance when the cost of meet the present didclt, and the Idea performing the service advances as is to get more property to tax rather it is dang at present, just as the price than to impose more taxes on propof bread or meat or any other com erty now paying more than its share, w, modlty Increases with Increased cost and under the new and more, equitable of prodnctloM" can be accomplished. In unswe;4lto a question Mr. Ac laws this i H? The State Tax Commission is gothought Americas worth sard ttiat he ing about the work in the right way freight rates had been at much too low a level for several years past, that they to subject everv kind of property to thks low point during the its fair share of taxation and correct COMPLKTE LINK--Coffihad neat-baperiod of cutthroat competition anions the evils heretofore existing whereby Caskets and Robes the re:ids and had since been held many property owners paid more than Mail- - Telegraph or Tele there by regulating bodies. 1'iless re their Just due and others escaped iief were afforded to the carriers very pbone ordersjPromptly promptly, he stiid. the result would entirely. The Commission is endowed be a tremendous loss to the people et with power to enforce the laws and Filled the whole country through insufflclen bring the delinquents to a sense of .y of transportation fucllities their responsibility and obligation to f the State, and every Taxpayer. Asof Government Ownership. Weakness sessor and Supervisor should aid in On the subject of government owner securing for the State the successful hlp of railways Mr. Acworth said: is impossible to obtain satisfacoperation of the new laws, which are tory results on government railways fair and Just to all. in a democratic state unless the man Where accurate returns are made &3 iO-O-- O agement is cut loose from direct polit as of September 1st. the property SMKJMJ ical control. Neither Australia mi owners will be Immune from past any other country with a democrat ie constitution perhaps an exception omissions and delinquents may be night lo be made of Switzerland has proceeded against for ten years back, succeeded In maintaining a permanent so there is every inducement to comseverance. In France, in Belgium, in ply with such Just and equable laws, Italy, parliamentary interference uevei and as the principles Involved are has been abandoned for a moment worked out there will be further reThe facts show that government In ductions In the tax rates, and tn time terferenee has meant running the rail the entire exemption of land for State ways not for the benefit of the eople nt large, but to satisfy local and sec purposes, as in other States where rlorml and even personal Interests. '.he same laws are in practice. Prsaala Mr Aiuolth s; d ui;s example of an efficient govern -ment railway system, and he pointed out that military considerations wen likewise the progressive farmer: ami, too, treated as of paramount importance in the wide-awak- e business woman. We the Prussian railway system While shall he crla I to initiate psopls into details American freight rates had been re duccd nearly 4ft per cent In thirty of keeping a eheeking account, years, rates in Prussia were nearly a high as at the beginning of the period WE WILL BK GLAD TO TAKK YOcK oitDEK While the charge for moving a ton et FOK THK NRW LfHHRTY I.OAN BONDS. freight one mile in the United states If It's hot weather, adwas a trifle over vertise cool things. Mr. of a Merchant. Wher. It's cent, the rate in Prussia was 1.41 cold, boost warmth. t , ' - Mt. Vernon, Kv. c. c. cox :: coiu-uittc- e Opoosite Court House gga ; ex-Iens- JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE rac$o36y.&xa&3c$t'4rjr tf -, A a :' Merchandise : good line of General - $J d Ac-voit- h Farm Implements three-quarter- s three-quarte- rs GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAK F-ftim- xmMxmxx&x&3ix$l XDuJtftJtXjMI Brodhead ns, fi Ky d xjK3&L3Et& ieyQspM$p&x&M Mx$kM it oooi mm m mm Progressive PeopTe s business mm knows THE value and convenience of th-bes- t a Checking Account; so does the up to date professional man; Aim the $ Ad. Gun $ TRUE y three-quarter- s ents ur i'.m actuc'ly cost less per mile today than they fLf jgEf j &mJi 1 uuy l.i-- i r!jnt kind of tires. the first pl.icr, do"'t huy a nondescript tire that some dealer il.iIi pr.c i..j. ive ia tclilnj to you. a tisc with a i.ar .; btliaj it a tire, the quality of itiUit ba so ,oo.l Uaal t'.o imputation of a grrat Company avsJir'Jff ttJrar llaV...-- protecisd. Vni ted Stated Tiis, nitL thn name of the largest rubber , manufacturer in the tr'orU l,: ' jnd are safe tires to buy. United Siotrs T'ree fire .. r iirucicd under an exclusive time-trie- d Yulcanlag pacM thut is patented. They ar-- j hore:ly bout with the best materiils that the markets cf the v .!..' si J. thi-oi- " Ul Vnitea Stal States Tires V Ars Oocd Tires c.Ji S .'.i,v ; TViiF.r; . As illustrating the difference in rate etween government and private Acworth compared the railways of New South Wales, Australia, with those of Texas. While the amount et traffic to each mile of line was about the same in btb cases, be pointed out the Texas railways performed for flu public four times as much service as the government owned roads of New South Vule8 The charge hi Texa foi hauling a ton el freight one miu was less than cent, while in the Aus trallan state it was well over 2 cents "American railway lead the world, said Mr. Acworth "Nowadays whei. men hi any other part of the world want to know how to run a railway they come to the United States an' study asm railways here The Amer ican railways are entirely the result of private enterprise, and think the., "fo a long way toward proving the case SSaUist government ownership " road-Mr. You know what people want: when they want 'em. Profit thereby. Send your copy for vour ad. in thja paper. M The Bank of Mf, Vernon mm rlLUx) (Uapjnni. IMS, bj W N. U.) THE TOO ATTENTIVE HUSBAND Wt ' 1 JLl &&... -- "'fflwft '-- i ill UIHDBRTAKBB I Our line of Couch Caskets is u nex eel U Handmade 'offins furnishec Hans, seni to all parts oil -- tt I i wM PHBHasAVf v A Tire for Eoery Need of Price and Use Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Utco' 'Plain9 I.; and TIRE the S'rr'.ing Worth and Wear Unite I Staiem 3 tret Supreme ACCESSO- - naoncics rOCJC3 B00uTIUMil?O unP-j-- ammfrofj autflla:'asf JUST timl that la what you're to do if yon are attempting business without advertising in these columns. "For heaven's sake, George, don't ba people will begin ta so attentive; hink that I am not your wife." f" : i v ' ssrywTsTtTiiiTii hi irwiu mfi TI"iTiiar(TiY'ia ai s " sottvv '(' w All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled ' the County. W. A. COX, 94-8 teis-A " .';. . -- s ' ::. mm hA'JmmnmuJ&Smi 111 ffOBrassjuts ft-, ' SSHSstmaW vfti WZimmiSISS&MM 'Nfeifc Illlu'ifliri(g Hu, No man was ever satisenough. You are no exception you want more business. Push hard --advertise ia this paper. Tell people what you've got to sell tell them often tell it well. fied with well C. C. MT. William VEBNON,rY. Ml VERNON, K Y. Q m ., complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant Bros. Visit our office show you how. well J Church St. Special atten-j- f tion given collections. 'PNONB 8o OFFICE. OnardBoorof Bank of Mt. Vernon, on When you need Job Work of any kind, remember the Signal office is prepared to give you what you want, when you want it and at a reasonable price lOanl3a,UBXW.aUe