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VERNON, ptaceaithe Baptist churcli eWry the cem- iltpitl JKM SEPTEMBEK 23. 1917 is mailing; ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NUMBER 1 BRODHEAD MUs Martha Moore, (hum liter (tf Mr. anil Mrs. John Moore of tkia piece aod Jane Mink were n iredey of last Miiinrt - proclamation, reaching all localeffort being ities, particular Lexington raised $8500 to- made to reach every minister in head Chapter, Royal Arch Masods, elected the following as of- - ward the loo,ooo road fund-- the Commonwealth requesting Bfcek, the Rev A J Pike otfkia- Mr and Mrs John H Williams Beers for the coming vear: W. this week, lor use in complet- them to appeal to their congregations, on the above date, askProctor, in the Freedom section several H. Anderson, High Priest; R. L. ing the gap in the Dixie-Boon- e ting- - Little liberies Last .ntly killed on days "i. aafi Mrs John Anderson, of Smith, King; If. A. Stevens Highway, thru Rockcastle and ing every one to take greater in agiMi WILL ORGANIZE Covington, was here last week Scribe; A. M. Hiatt, Preas; lohn Laurel counties. The Phoenix terest in this graat highway on Tliatsday of last week, wm-a kg rolled over him the guest el ber brother, W. A Robins, Sec'y: Ed Smith, Cap- - Hotel management gave 500 of work which will ttnd toward Re, ;hn Harris, was catting Johnson. betterment in all linea et legitili. Hicks, who has tain of the Host; . M Roberts. this amount. WITH nd that the been woikiug in Louisville for Principal Sojourner; R S. Shivel, over mate endeavor. victory "Nikalgin", Mt. Vernon Graded on uie log that several weeks, came home abcut;Ro.al Arch Captain; J. W. Moore pain an anaesthetic, discovered boy u Ministers, especially those in High School sawed when it sud-itwwas bei weeks ao, hut returned Master ilrd Veil; Lee Chandler, by Gordon Edwards, 35, of Mil- tin counties thru which Boone .v broke ff throwing him be Sunday afternoon and will resume Master 2nd Veil; J. K. Watson, waukee, is proving the most Way is routed, are requested to c his labors there so long as Uncle Master 1st Veil and John Sigman wonderful anesthotr and low t .e lug 10 ling over him Will be in Mt. Vernon every Monday write out what portion of their him. Kid. L- N. Sentinel modern sermons bearing on the highway of discovery His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nor 'Sam needs Mr. and lira W. A. for instruction. p. were in Cincinnati Bowling held regular services at Carson, and son, Lee were guests times. It is now in daily use in subject, and to send a copy of rts Pri having enlisted inline Christina church Saturday of Mr. and Mrs J. E Craig of all the French and British hos- same to Jim Maret, (the Boone Mr. Proctor Students interested may see me at Mi on the war Way man), 11 Frat. Bldg., Winhas I evening and Sunday. the Araoy snd Chas. the Quail section Sunday Proctor the pitals in Paris and School Building as te terms, etc n in that citjr for several Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs J 16th. L. N. Bowling attended f rout The manner of applica chester, Ky. These papers will Any one desiring information during Baontha Susie Mrs. Tharp, M. Owens, is at home from Cin- the convention at Campbellsville tion is by pressure jet to the prove mighty interesting readgrand atother el the child, was cinnati where he has been em- last week, making the trip with outer person and not injected. ing, a number of which it is promy abseenee will please call up him. The burial took ployed for the past several H. T. Young and E. R. Gentry-M- rs. The patient does not lose con- posed to publish. PROF. D H. LYON. but can watch the Walter Robins, and little sciousness daughter, Inez, were with rela- physician amputate his arm or No mattai what momentous feeling any pains subject may be before the peotives in Lancaster and Mt. Ver- leg without Burns from ple there are usually scores of non last week. Mr. and Mrs. from the operation. Dick Albrigh', left Thursday of gas or other sources are relieved men who imagiue they have a last week for Ashville, N. C, go- of pain immediately upon appli- remedy and seem to think they ing there on account of Mr. A- cation of the anesthesia. This cau solve fany problem, regardlbright's health. These are good great work of relieving pain is less of whether or not they have suited for the entire Common- before any serious cons ideration subject serious wealth. is given such oills bv legislator. on without eapense to ever given the people and have lots of friends carried study. They are Jcasily guided, or the people of the State. here and all hope for him a the government whose soldiers would be a most unwise hearsay It speedy recovery. C. H. Frith are receiving the benefits. iiiss in most instances, by There is yet needed some hightalk and prejudices and in a ma- - move on the part of the DepartBKADQUAKTKB8 FOR sold what is known as the Grand Morgan of New York and other or en ly Important highway legislation Roberts farm at Gum Sulphur to Americans furnishing the money. jority of cases their proposed ment officials to advise verv which wiii be brought before Win. Masters, of Cor bin, for Howard Gordon, the discoverer, remedies, especially in highway dorse any other than tha the next meeting of the Ken(I56O.OO. Mrs. Belle Henderson, has not asked or received a cent work, would not only suit IocpI best lawa on the subjeat because tucky Legislature for consideradiscovery, but 4is kept conditions and might be totally they are the ones, more than of Faint Lick, Is with her daugh- for his tion and action thereon. ter, Mro. E B. Newland this busy in the various hospitals unfitted even in the adjoining anyone else, that have to admin Drop '.n and inspect ow stock and learn our week. A E. Albright is recov looking to the applications of his counties much less in the major- ister the law and would be the Engineer Will Caldwell who prices. Gel Letter acquainted To my old 'Nikalgin," which is also prov- ity of the counties in the state. most adversely affected by bad made the trip, in a Dodge car, ering from an attack of typhoid, patrons and friends m the country I extend a laws. and two of his daughters, Miss ing to have wonderful curative from Detroit last week, says The State Highway Departoordial welcome, when in town, to make our powers as well as an anesthetic. Hazel and Vivian are very sick To make a long story almrt Micmgan nas ome miniy now ment is necessarily compelled It will do me good store yonr hendqnarters. from the same disease. Mr. and The labor problem is worrying to work with the officials of prac- every proposed law should either roada as well as Ohio the he to shake bands with you again. Any time 1 rough sled- B. Cass, who were in Clark county people. So many Mrs U. tically every county in the state be drawn by the State Highway found some pretty can be of service to you, ou only have to Cincinnati for several weeks, are have gone from here during past 4nd can tell with a great deal of Department or else have the ap ding on a number et the nign- command me. making Brodhead their home. three years to Ohio and other accuracy what laws are best prov.l et the Hignway Official a way. in the laths state Mr. Cass is now employed by factories manufacturing and Your the L. & N. Bridge Department. plants to the north mat the Mrs. H. J. Chestnnt, recent scarcity of labor here is proving ly of Red Jacket, W. Va , is serious. Many of the farmers with relatives in the Hiatt sec- and the road builders tase their tion. Mrs. A. J. Haggard is forces btck and forward between KY. seriously ill, her condition is town and country in wagons, rather alarming. The Howard buggies, &uto or auto trucks, Bros, mill was damaged by fire dail. Laborers dent have to one night last week to the amount hunt work, works hunts them, of $3oo.oo. Howard Bros are besides furnishing the trans cutting lumber for Arch Taylor pjrtation between home and on the Harment Tie ind Lum place of employment. The prices ber Co contract. I. T. Belcher during hemp and tobacco cutsold hi farm this week to a Mr ting rules high and wages are I Doan for 58:o 00. and has been good at all times, with plenty of offered $1500 00 for the growing work and laborers few. Thos. jCherrv and H crop Fou- - deaths from automobile G. Skiles were up from Crab accidents have occured in this Orchard Tuesday looking after couuty within last two months. Offer for sale to the highest bidder the following : some oil leases, and while here The latest took place on Thurs Mr. Cherry sold his farm, known day of last week six miles west acres as the John Cherry farm, to Ed of Winchester at If not sold privately before hand I will offer my farm of Pine Grove Barger for 15oo. Walter Rob- station when a freight train ins, who has been running a stiuck the machine of Squire One-HaStreet Car in Detroit, Mich, for Sam Pursley, inflicting injuries several months was compelled from which he died four hours land will be sold to give up the job on account of later. The writer saw the ma- Good buildings, well watered and fine orchard. impaired hearing, and is with rel- chine Friday while on his way to day I will ofterthe cash, balance 12 months time. atives here for a few days. He Frankfort. The auto was thrown one-ha- lf will leave in a few days with his against a telephone poles with following personal property : family for Tampa, Fla Mr. and such torce that it was literally Mrs. W. J. Haggard, of Red smashed into a scrap heap. mules, well broke, 2 good three-year-o- ld Jacket, W. Va , are here on ac This is thy fourth death to the 1 extra good yearling f illey count of the illness of Mr. Hag- credit, of ttbat fatalistic road gard's mother. G. G Lawrence crossing, within three years. 2 good milch cows, three years old, sold a small tract of land about One man Carlisle Baldwin was I heifer calf. two miles from town to Nathan drowned in Kentucky river at W. Brummett for 7s.oo. Jacksoa Ferry Sunday. A cargood hogs, weight about 1 50 lbs. each, bought five acres of land penter killed here last week by a 1 two-hor- se wagon, from G. M. Johnson, for $25o 00 falliug scaffold. atd Mr. Johnson bought a house 1 buggy, One among the many meriteri- and lot from H. H. Reynolds in moves made by Governor Rhode Island red hens, the Henry Addition for $300.00. ous Stanley was his proclamation isof the Copper J. J. Simpson. bushels potatoes, people of Kentucky, Creek section, lost two valuable sued to the of September 20th, cows Monday night. They broke under date 300 bushels corn, Sunday October 14th, as I into his corn field, dying from naming pounds pea hay in barn, DAY. "The founder. -- Dr. and Mrs. Byron GOOD ROADS Owens have moved to Louisville, present conditions render the 1 turning plow, and will make their home there construction and maintenance of until the doctor completes his public highways necessary alike 1 disc harrow, course of study in the Medical and other farm implements too numerous to mention, college. T K. Francisco is mov- to our domestic prosperity National Defense, and it is of ing his family to Mt. Vernon, household and kitchen furniture. where he will ergage in the res prime importance that popular taurant business. We regret to attention be called to the wisgive up Mr. Francisco and his dom of a concerted and organsix months time with cash in hand, over All under estimable family. system ized effort to extend our approved surety and bearing legal interest from date. of public roads to GREAT FAITH IN CHAMthem with inter-statthorofares BERLAIN'S COLIC fAND ami to preserve them by capable DIARRHOEA REMEDY. "Chamberlain's Colic and Di- and scientific management in the arrhoea Remedy was used by highest attainable state of efficia year ago ency. my father about when he had diarrhoea It reIn an earnest endeavor to lieved him immediately and by bring the importance of goqd taking three doses he was absolutely cured. He has great faith roads before the people of Keft in this remedy," writes Mrs. W. tucky , to a greater extent than Lberetofore, the State Highway JO H. Williams, Stanley, N. Y. Mr. and Mug. I. G. Frith . following day after short sorvitvs by Eld. L S. Bowling. Pleas. Williams and family motored from Illinois last week eed were with his parents, Miss Ella Dunn, of months. Danville, was a recent visitor to our town, and was the guest of Brcd- Wayside Notes By Department of copies of hundreda! the Governor's "J. M." TONY PI ECIDUE MUSICAL DIRECTOR BRASS BAND m m SKS , -- Tin-child'- s - o i ii anti-repti- - I j TONY DIECIDUE Mt. Vernon BARGAIN HOUSE j Fancy Groceries & Notions ; j old friend, P. Q. VERNON, GRIFFIN MT. PUBLIC lf SI I REAL HAVING DECIDED TO GO WEST WILL ON -- -J. Saturday, October 13th, 1917 mile N. E. of Conway The On that LO In 40 I L When you want your property sold see me. When you want to 3 buy property come round. can pi ease you. Office ROCKCASTLE HOTEL 40 30 3,000 tight My TERMS $10 $10 J. W. RIDER Keal e Estate Agent Auctioneer i. c. IDNtS J. M. WOOD SALE STARTS AT A. M. 1 L. '!J JMl""-J-LLMI'-llf MT.VERNON Friday, Sept BmLfcZttgj&SZ-Tbbonds 28, 1917 ''I- t 'JAM Ever) di ia k rt LTU lirwilO OI1WVV - UCl ,:j th(krtamm in the olvsent 9rs every Friday by WQrld and orop Qf EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Special f rum Somerset dutei marked increase in corn crops in th:s country There are many Sepi 23rd. Bays $1.0 UBSCRIPTIOM ONH YEAR tli first time in he history reasons why wheat should be For I of Pulaski countv a Kepoblieaa saved f r our army and the armies Advertising taes wacr known on lllll o!ltllrfiaV of our allies. 1st. There is more iia IIV IL II" IU rt k.JtH vi j application night for the purpose of advocn nutrition to the pound ; and. The tin' the elootion of the Demo-count- y people of Europe do not know how of t) prepare corn products for cratic candidates for MKMBKK OF KNIT(KY PRKSS ASSOCIATION tk's- Among the speakers in food; 3rd. A soldier is entitled the big Circuit Court room were to the most paliatable and easily w m t' .. ..ill lle - it JudL'e James Denton, former 0v Collector of Internal Revenue: other reasons we will be expected Judge H. C. Kennedy, former to use more com bread tlnn in legislator and candidate ter Cir- pa.st years, and indications now k- 11 uixi avscsi 01 vj cuit Judge; County Judge R. F. a- uiat era "in, hM.M.Mi.. , mc Jasper, Charles Gregg. Ivepub forced to consume less wheat patriotic, when Uwjcaa do so.bj makiugafcafeinvestUK.il. wiui ,in. liiu.tiio and woman afford t) hoi Council of National Defense rv,.r. I"M have a sufficiency et well-matme- d tml aminrl rwn as wn sieetd sd com. fi Ml tt . Kraarl mall 1 V ... , W HAS A HIGH OPINION OF CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. "I have a hijh opinion of Chamberlain's Tablets for biliousness and as a laxative,' writes Mrs C A Harris, Charles' ton, 111. "I have nuvrr found anything so mild and pleasant ts use. My brother has also used thsse tablets with satis-- I facte rv Very One c "We'll Deposit Our 1 ?i h Ihe Emu li ra m results." THE GAP IN THE DIXIE HIGHWAY to kep the children ttrnal over will sell above face value ' if alwavs m.edJi'ine9 indoors. Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and a One desires to part with them " Vick' af,P,i4ctiiln All banks of our county should, Hd over and chest at the first and We think. Will, help their sign of trouble, will keep the little chana depositors procrre Liberty Loan free from colds without injuring their di "Vap-0-Rub- vestment. Children's Colds A government bond is as good Neglect of children's colds often lays the as the money bearing its Stamp, !uUnltti0u o'6?!1! ,ung troub,e- 0n and these bonds will increase in hand, it is harmful to continu- . Value and shortly after the war is ally dose delicate little stomachs with in- - The route 01 the Dixie High'- way was definitely settled upon Supenntenent. bp The speakers denounced th two e.rs ago. Since that time -' a surprising amount of work bus Republican ticket as the "Bui 5 l t Moose ticket.' and mid it is un been done on both the Cincinnati aff:.'au.Ag:.u jt and the Louisville branches of irorthy of the support et true Democrat! Republicans. The the highway, as well as on the rB2 ;' southern stretch betweer Chattu ticket was pledged 1,500 liepu lican rotes, which would insure nooga and Florida. the election of Cecil Williams. si In ,the case of the eastern candidate for the Democratic or Cincinnati division, such prog k1 ress has been made that save for Legislature, and the entire coun.lodge Rosco C. Tar ty ticket, a seven mile stretch in the KenIr tucky mountains, a continuous tar is the Republican candidate roadway between the Great for County J ad ire. The RepubliLakes and Florida Is either in ex- can speakers are billed for meet16-1- 7 Oct 14-1- 5 istence, or in course of construc- ings all over the county until tion. This gap is in Rockcastle election, and County Attorney Mt. Vernon, Kentucky LIMITKD TO OCT. 22 V. Shadoan and former Counand Laurei counties, Kentucky, Wesley J and amounts to a total of only ty Superintendent K. U Barnes, both Republicans, will . fir about seven miles. . ir.rniaB . ES! I i ..... c.- - I JQ Z T fel i It will require one hundrec. in them. The split in the Re ACCOUNT thousand Bolter to done the Rap publican ranks may have an et Rockcastle and Laurel count ie fee on the candidancy of Edwit Grand Lodge of Kentucky can not pay for the work TW P Iforrosr, if he runssgain f . A. M. attd Suite of Kentucky, however Grand Chapter RAM if you need anything offers to provide fifty tin usanc German must go out of the and dollars, and a committee of Cin Danville Public Schools This is g Kentucky State Medical cinn.ttians under the leadersbi the verdict of the pupils them Association Souk.- time sge Profc oi of Mr. Foley of the 'ion '.' Cincinnati - Ives ' Octi2 , Ary?y-rAutomobile club, is the Carnagey suggested t that raise the balance. Twenty si 1 courses in German be droppec ( nr.T?ir thousand dollars have alrsadj that French or some other Ian been secured and twenty fou Miaie be substituted. The sug ROUSED thousand dollars additional wil jested was met with approvsl v . II II TSX .iMc-Wiflw J assure the completion of the generally but il w;is decided t I 8 fll, work. ! let the pupils themselves decide Sli?LLiLDG! .1 P The Dixie Highway between he question. i j Cincinnati and Csattsunngs lead Phis they have done and in un through some of the most attrac- tnistakabte terms. German must pN tive mountain country in tin go. Not 1 single student voted flirr3.Bi -,t r ssw" - - i rsti United States The s enery it o retain it. Fiench and En SilxL. " mm cLja iav mmmW sssssa " th Cumberland Range is wild srlish are now the languages par Mr. Marksi Horcomb. of N ' 1 U filltii,!1!' Iti li,,. llent. Advocate. rnd beautiful. Hotels are btinj. t r l;. i a !on while I sufferc illil III lltlll E 1 k?5 Ezra ' i 'i Jiili'' lil' iii L ' , rf Big ' built alonir the line of the road i have pains and a hcavj 29 )' ..; ; wnini in my mou task and it is safe to i predict th t Tit till IiJpH i WILL CONCRETE SHIPS 1 3 Inc. j butter. oil or crease, I would r: when completed the Dixie High' SOLVE PROBLEM? regular sick headache. aa I 'You little rascal play vd a!on I'.e way, didn't you? 3 way will be one el the BsOSt lit!1 HS i' !' all after a course of those, i would be c TO OCf. 15 N 9SSM i il waiting! Oh well, it's Lil lirlit. Ujcause The tii st concrete ship to be mil S i.i.ii popular touring routes in the built seemed to tear my stomad in Norwsv has been launch no good at all fcx my trouble, i .. United Slates. ed. It is to be followed by ! ; '. BAKING POWDER ; The completion of the Cincin- great numbers 0 this rare but .fcL:. la Stoat riht. It'3 worth waftica fer. Always we!- S nati division of the Dixie Hiyh well tried type of essel. It is rom-.ACCOUNT iTev.-u vastes minutes shirks its we:k. I;,' I noiv fnils.pure and q .ir it's Never J' jj Rjjj 31 or materials ar.d mM way will mean a great deal to Morwat's answer to the U boat m vhoiescrae, as Calumet contains only ' h insrdients jilll B?S Kentucky Trotting Horse approved officiallv b;r the U. S. Food H a .j bare bum 5S this city. There are thousands peril. B fl Authorities." ifiS flli I Breeders Association You save u hen you buy it you save you use it. Wr 4- , w of automobiles touring in o: e The launching took place in ,' J; I iaaaSBMUsuww part of the United States or the presence of Premier lvnu 'sen, HIGHEST "i1 y another ev ry day :n the year who is himelf an ' "1 It ,m il lUMi'sajiap m civil enji iiinpM " aSlB rf; M ." "'TfTT'i nTBaTi The amount of money spent by seer, and be complimented the recommended very htshry, so be an to ujc it. It cur-me. I luep it in me bouse all the ,vT - ajaaaaapanwi,? tm-r- nr me beat tourists in States which have de. srork enthusiastically. He said as.Sfei 4Sf3Ssmnaa ' ssl ar?7NPBKHCTBasrBaWaarnfaB 3i liver medicine made. ! do n : n z sic ki X tche or ,'el pcd a r p utation for good it was 'enoch-makingA great stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug-hl acts en : roads is very large. As soon as point in favor of this type ofves the iaucd liver and he'os il tod i its important work of it can be announced that the east sel is the speed and economy throwing out waste materials and mo sys tem. This medicine oil ukl be in every liousehold ein division of the Dixie High with which the hull can be made use in time of need. Get a package today, li you feel .r hsil eeii completed, ao to In this case only three weeks C T sluggish, take a dose tonight Yui will feel freoh tomobiles by the tens of thousand 1 was required from the start to morrow. Price 2oc a package. All dri. will pour through Cincinnati the launching The frame or ly ONE CENT A DOSS This means handteds Of thou (J 731 mold can he Usui for each later s ands perhaps millions of ship of the ime sisc, audit is 8Frr3S" "cSE annually to our hotels, cur thought that hereafter October 1 and 2 the hulls theatres and our stores. It wiii aaa be made in ten days. Limited to Oct. 7 mean advert isoment for the cit When the wooden fal e work is kjenaased and prosperity in in place the steel reinforcing WANTED! L. & H. B. B, many was. rods are quickly set up, and the T bis is not a particular propi rest is only a matter of pouring Used Years ACCOUNT tioustime for the raising of money the concrete The material quick Musicians RcSusrs-Leciur- ars Even at this time, however, it ly hardens, and as long as ir stays WJ "" CO ZTT TO Kentucky should uot be difficult to raise in the water it grows harder For the Lyceum and Chautau-quatwenty-fou- r thousand dollars in and .stronger. Bankers We will organize five new Cincinnati for so important a This first ship is of 2oo tons Association companies this season. Our work as the completion of the nlv, but false-worfor others of ll enpresent companies are Sept 2 7 eastern branch of the D'xie High -r 000 and 000 tons is biing pre- i rrt uiiBi iiwsaiii u hi i gaged and making good. SpeTimes-Sta- r. way. Cincinnati pared. Could they not be made cial coaching classes begin Sept. The Woman's Tonic ton sinkab'.e by baviof the hull 15. Out of town students can and decks very thick. fi led but put all instruction in one day per with a great number of small air Sold Everywhere week. Catalog upon application. The people of the County will CD L N. - ;' K0K chambers, thus practically mak be asked to buy Liberty Loan ing every ship a lifeboat? This Bonds from Oct. 1st to Oct. 27th. plan was proposed to our own Wcslwood Conservatory af Music These bonds will be of denomina- Government, A HOPEFUL PROSPECT. monts ago, by Cur of $50 and up to $10,fj00, tions j: : : Elocution and Langacgss : : : rent Events. bearing 4 per cent interest, payUNDERTAKER and EMBALMER MRS. CORA W. HIGDON, Directress able semi annually and free from Harrison and Montana Aves. taxation, making them a good in- Carefully Treat -'j of the War depart-nisn- t for thy Masons of Atlanta to establish a ...lodge at Hatties- ... 3nrgj miss will receive a vigor- ous protest from the Masons all over the country. At every Camp is to be found the Knights of Columbus and to the great Masonis order there is no satisfactory reason to be eiven wh we advise all farmers t'leir orjauiaition should be ex-tlican candidate for the Legisla- bread. So assort their corn in a way to cludad ture in the last primary, and H - .a m 1 "'iji H. Smith, former County School ?'v - The refusal I 11 r M CUUICi This Bank pavs a vourta.xes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deoosits. ei g u tf h k r r-- r ...h.t ,- -;n o ' -- --- --- - r.-'- Tw - A - Ml' ..!... ! '.- B "WATC 5.20 US GROW" R.H. MILLER i ROUND TRIP Louisville j -- i LEADING DRUGGIST . M,u j mH rji J I o &IH.R. i:Jksi it tkmr wm CALL ON US in the dru ii - trig 'fwSKm 'T'-K-- A : i! il i PHONE A ; c :4HU fSte8'wMWft a im ! . EM JlfmMga Tatl WTim I 1 I fl m I I TRIP 39 LtfAlIIullllI PYiflOTlin I za.H s J - -- ""-' .:: , c?- aassiSBBai xm i o-- t I i ii I II ' SEPTEMBER OCT. 1 i- -i fc-.- i dii:a-reea- ble . : I ! 11 1 I I CALURSEIT r s I ill I - I . L.&N. R.R. -- 1 . I " :J 11 . " ". IlUPili1.! i J a-JA- 2 I ROUND IKl do'-lar- Si cN I ios, s S EI& as .a , h4. r 3 s z II mil d a 5il i t: 1TALE1IT e999e I 40 - lOi s. k 1 ri Liberty Loan Bonds sag fT CARDU i SS J, CMeCLARYS 55ie" S o 9 S I 0 Oi S-S- hl 3 " i 5 LL STANFORD, KY. $OC$X&A "1rrpqC)c( C. C. ATTORNEY-A- T WestwoocJ. Cincinnati, O. TRADE MORAL Bunds on terms s1 that will hi con- KfMuuns. km, ouc.or Sl.oo. venient for them to meet. Rock- -" YICKSVifi SALVE o 02 as x Williama LAW - The quality et " what you have to sell is known r q MT.VEENON.KY S if Church St. Special atten- tion given coiieciions 'PNONE 80 OFFICE. On2rd.floorof Bank of Mt. Vernon, on : m U fJ to some people all of the time and all of the people some of He the time, but advertise regu- wy to She larly with us and you'll reach &axrjr all of the people all of the time. Dr.rling. I don't know what to your ;,uher. Just say: "Mr. Munn. I wish to your daughter" then dodse. . VLRNON SIGNAL i':i: say Ifn?. nriu poeple of Disputant mother, they will lapportQonr chap Linda in Oklahoma, sine- Mr. Tate's death, baa j'ine I the ter Hn work and money. Th Rd ChlS .1 B Ml 186 and eXp6CU people in this vicinity ar-- ) w miniinl. Ij .1 t a m xi patriotic, an j Rockcastle bl ould to iii to Prance soon. M . Arthur Waltta died it her be Prel,d that thia virinitv is with home in Cciumbwa. Ohio, Tuesday in ,lel oordera. T? 5751L The Wildie and Conway section from cancer. She had boon suf frring from ih;s roraome month are willing todo their mite and ): v vi. a . r ' tx t.. and had several operations with the Knitting Club showing ft Wilt out a core. The husband, ho is good work. 4H lAiiLH Rockcastle county boy. and the The knitting Club of Mt. Ver- famHy. have the deepest ay m pa- - non meet each Monday night and ss?pm .... ;i:.'iii a m thy if a heat of frienda and rela-- talk. Many new hands are now plying the needles li G43 i in tivtn in bis cnnnty. son,1 i:i:;ani Mra.il C. Williams and Everybody who haa work com lolln Hi of Boaaeraet, and sis Ipleted is ased to bring or send xi m, Agent. ter, Mrs Sam Hooker, of Raeeel-- 1 aame in before Mood r evening. .v.. t. $. who used to be Miss Nan October let, aatbe Chapter wishes ,. .1 uni'nv kv. clothing is came Wednesday to to make a shipment some time aveoi ledy Cooler days are coming. i. Mil li.'itltr. ' pend a few days with Mt. Ver- - during next week. comfortable now soon it will be a necessity. non relatives and friends. juiiu ' Livingston people tell us they ') l' 1' VII i dig Williams expects to leave in are ready to do their mite in Red Fall styles of suits are waiting for you in our keriahoaK from ntxt lllomll for France as a Bem. Cross work and we hope to be berof the Hospital Corps able to obhgc them with call clothing department. here from In- icr October 1st These people always MM AL. relative. do thing with might and main latest kind of fashion ter the younger ment hand-som- e, f Danville. lie Jones Get it at Fish's and you know We think knitting needles have i.i. m I.L.J. ioeen ioiougui r.. .i conservative models for those who like them, been visiting Miss Grace the quality is riijht Mueauj riom tile Riding pants and keggins for garret and placed on the mantle fabrics and all hand -- tailored from splendid full-weig- ht - was home from to be leady for the call to arms everybody at Fish's. Le anon Janction during the in new and striking patterns. OIL NEWS. Rev. .1. w. Kidtile will preach Wn'k. George P. Muirin and Ltc at Pine Hill .Sunday mominsr at We like to sell clothes that our customers can le positive about; ROOdl that you don't havr to take anvMrs W H. Fish and km, Will-- . Shafer, of Parker burg, Va. , are 1 o'clock. bed j word for : clothe you know are food. It's easy to sell suh clothes, and they an a atntaetion to eer-Yoare with London relatives getting ready to sink a well in the A small child, of Mr. Ivy died will find everything you want in body fui a at .. vicinity of Johnetta. Tuesday after being sick only anderatand that W. B. Mr. Rowland, who has been doj since Ft iday. y is moving his family back lag the drilling for H. S. Shaler Ruv roar winter shoes from as will either move his machinery L Vrn in. to and Ml . Asher Cummins and save (he difference. Bowling Green or Winchester Scrrron & McBbi just as soon as he completes the are lisitii u Mr. and Mrs. Urena ki in Salem. I Heavy shoes, tine shoes and all well he is now diilling. He exMr- Laa St Chin- and yonng kinds of shoes for the whole fampects to be able to go by the last Lexington, arc with rela-tive- ily at reasonable prices at Fish's. of next week. son af here for a visit. Newest creation in Millinery If you are looking for some. Mr aivi Mrs. Willie Cummins Uiinr for nothing you are likely to now on display. In the newest patterns, stripes and plaids, Stetson and In the well g over the arrival of a get disappointed are r anywhere yon Sutton ft McBes fine oi at their home. 75 c to $4. look. soft and stiff cuffs line $2 to $5. Willis McKeuzie and party rer 0 Mat a who Ins I good The shoes Jim Maret and Bill turning from Lexington last n in Uanvill ha been with You Owens have had so much to say night must evidently found the LooK here for a 1". days. Brod-heaabout can be seen in Fish's win- grade between here and Do k Hopkina and (J rant Mul-lin- dow. rough sailing. At 8 o'clock remade First Class prii George S. and Claud Griffin last niiiht they reached the Shaft r vates in the Second Kentucky. old to Geo. Wren 1 head of hill 3 miles west of town, where na Henderson spent 2 year old stuff which brought they ihung up. At 11 o'clock 3BWVW Satotday and Sunday with Mr them 789.00. They got 6lz cts Herbert Cox. Hyatt Crawford N'JArBrown, at Quail per pound. and Lige Cummins started in a i. Bb&SJS Ford to pull them in. They gut V. C Tate and F. L. TtstMBp There have been so many Mt a little beyond Gus Staversou's tr will attend the Banker Rockcastle people when the "jitney'" sank to the Vernon and Convention in Louisville next visiied Canm Stanley within the axle in the grade and there the woe.c. la-- t week that we can not at relief corps had to stop. Leaving LEADIHO cirsS?!; Mrs (has. a. Chandler, of tempt to give the names. the car tile boys walked the rest spnt Fridav unti ion, George Owens, the monument of the way. On reaching the Wednesday with Mt. Vernou rcl BUM from Mt. Vernon, Ky., was belated party they found Messrs atii ea. Sown here Monday setting up a McKenzie and Thompson occuHobart fl tiffin, who has been nice stone to EXPEDIENCE THE BEST For Sale: -- My residence on the grave of Mrs pying both seats of the car since with the U S Mnrinea West Main street, just outside the TEACHES. Monday I. L. Parsley. London Sentinel. peacefully sleeping while Mrs. May is expected home It is generally admitted that corporate limits of the town. If Craig has bought S7 McKenzie was performing senti J. M lor a lea days visit. experience is the best teacher, sold at once will sell worth the acres of the Dave Thompson farm nel duty. Fred McFerron and hut should we not make use of money. ApoljT to, William G. Fain, of the Pine Wilburn Miller had walked to GeORG OWENS, Hill section, who has been tele out only a short distance from town earlier in the night to bring the exnerieuce of othert as well i i for once, not to owe a cent ? lancaster. He paid a fancy price Mt. Vernon Monumental graphing near Pittsburg, Pa., is as our own? The experience of at it is said to be one of the the message and send the relief but iir e for a few da vs. crew. The party reached Mt. t thousand Demons is m ire to i Works. many times do you cross best farms in Garrard county. be depended upon than that of Fok Sale: A team of good Mr D R. Brock from London Vernon in safety at 3.30 A. M. Many thousands horses, a team of good mules aud one individual. the street to avoid a creditor? cme down Saturday and stajed W. M. Mulling took his crew of Sweaters for lather, mother, of persons have used Chamberover until monday with his icon to top et bill near Bill Pattwo extra good saddle horses. Shiver every time the phone rings lain's Cough Remedy for coughs daughter, Mrs. K. S. Albright. ten's place and began work on ister and brother at Fbh s C. A. Davis, A party of young people of the .vith results, which the best afraid to go home miserable Mt. Vernon, Ky. S. C. Franklin was in Laxiag-to- n grade Monday. There is another grading from the Souih. Wildie section explored Salt shows it to be a thoroughly refrom Sunday to Monday visit-m- g 'row everywhere. One pair bay horse bis mother, and sister Mrs Two or three week's will complete Peter Cave near Mullius Station liable preparation for those di- For Sale: Sunday. Those iroitig were seases Try it. It is prompt mules '6 yr old in spring Larry Bell, and also visited Camp the grade to Livingston. luck" is Lucy McCaix, Misses Lou, Edith, Bernice, and effectual and pkasant to Stanley. Cor. and Logan Bryant, Earl Maretburg, Ky. it is poor consolation . BaWer went to Cincin- Annie and Addie Phillips, Murgh take. F. L Darhasn will move to his Fred Sadie Parsons, Bertha and and thoughtlFok Sale One mare 15 yeara now horn- - the liist of the month nati last night to get three Fords, in bad management New English last shoes Villa Reynolds and Sallie Stewart. old; one mare 4 years old; ont and W. T CfBWZord will move to one of wdiich is for E J- Anderson mens and womens. essness indifference ? The young men were Bogie Parhorse 3 years old. the McClarv property owned b one for Dr. Graveley of Brod-hea- d ft McBee. Sutton D. L. Bryant. (has. C. Davis. ard the other for H. S. sons, Willie Hiatt, Will and GibBe fair with yourself. Reson Stewart, Jesse aud 'Charley For Sale: -- The splendid build- Sept tl. Oil man. Shafer, the Karl Philips of the Hiattsoc Fisb, Allen bmith. Manual and ing lot belonging to J. M. Craig deem those old promises. A pair et glasses, gold Lost tin is a now member et the Beginning with next Monday Brother Reynolds, Bradley n and joining W. G. McBee's prop frame, lost on the streets or left F.n-family and is getting so he morning the Mt. Vernon Power and Bradley Burdette. They See how much you can save This is the most desirable town. Return can climb t.'oes and the highest Co will begin putting on morn carried plenty of rations and vacant lot on Main street and as in some store in today it will grow in our bills in the Conway valley. ing current. The light company had a tine 'dinner with enuf left Vf r. Craig has recently bought a and receive reward. Mus Josie Pekciful., Mr and Mrs. Willis McKonzi". hopes to be able to give the us- to serve another meal or two, but farm, he will offer this lot at a Mt. Vernon, Ky. P L Thompson. Jr.. Fred McFer-- r ual splendid all night service when they came out of the bargain if sold at once If you Wanted: Man past 30 with n and Wilburn Miller, motored given heretofore but that is a cave alter dinner they found want the best building lei in the o.er to Lexington yesteiday, re- matter that will be regulated al- their rations for the next meal town and for less money than horse and buggy to sell Stock together by the coal situation. missing. They are not calling you will ever be able to bny at Condition Powders in Rockcastle turning early 1I1U morning. per month. Harlan Doan lought the Bel any names but they think they in the future, now is the time to County. Salary $70 Vr J. W. Frown wtites from 9 Industrial Bldg., InKY. the guilty hungry party. speak. For further information Address LnniaviHe that Mrs. Utowa who aher farm in the Hiatt section krow dianapolis, Indi?ua. which he paid tin rwent a very serines opera- - 130 acres for Every thing for men, women cill at the Signal office. Mr. Doan who has and children to wear. is able to sit uo'800.00. lion last week been in the mercantile business and will be at home neat week. Sutton & McBee. ROUND 'onSkegffs Creek sold his store W. H. CO rTONGIM, J. O GRIP f IN, 2d Engine: Any one Cant. Jim Di'hon of Co A. ,. Gasoline i av n...,Q. u ent President needing a 2 h p gasoline engine ,. Ky. Ir.ft passed . thru Monday move nome just a to nis new C M. THOMPSON, Cashier enront" to Lo idon to see his soon as he can get everything can get a bargain by calling on George JOwens at Mt. Vernon folks before jroin;.' with his regi arranged, oi" Monumental works. This engine en t to Camp Shelby at Hatties-- j in Camp Stanley, Lexington, is a is guarauteed to be in first buiir, Mis. deserted spot today. All the class condition. Choose Sonoma Tin- eight year old son of Mr. boys stationed there left Wednes7-8-9 has October and Mrs. Ed day and Thursday for Camp PEOPLE SPEAK WELL OF very sick with fevr. He been County for His Experimental Farm Shelby at Hat! iesburg, Miss, for CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. LIMITED TO OCT. 14 LIMITED TO OCT. 14 had tjphoid and pneumonia both "I have been selling Chamfurther training. Rockcastle Doe this iaen anything: to YOU ? It means that Sanoma County at once. The little fellow is re- County is well represented at berlain's Tablets for about two offers ideal condition for the growta of a very wide range of crop. ported some better today. Camp Shelby with a dozen or years and heard such good reIt means that it is a good farming section for YOU. Here is one of . ,, early apple, it i the great poultry centers of the world: oue of the best farming dis-"" aooys, woo re t n ports srom my customers that I Vr and Mrs. E.J. Anderson ,U01." prune cherry, peai, berry, dry wine, hop, and general anxious to get whack at Kaiser concluded to give ies is California. There is planty of rain to make these crops sure, them a trial will leave within the next few gjjj ACCOUNT . ACCOUNT : : myself, and can say that 1 do daws for Flannagan to make their LEAVING HOME z THIS COUNTY WITHOUT SEE YOU CAN Ladies suits in new Fall styles not believe Grand Mr. Anderson has there is another pre future home at SuTTON & McBke'S. Grand Lodge Wa have issued a beautifully illustrated booklet tailing of Ssaoma paration of the kind equal to charge of the L & N. section at and of the opportunities there for YOU. Send ten eepU for this Order ihcm," writes G A McBride, run oalb:-i- wu Wr Kmu narner-Wo room t hot baoklet and a sample copy of SCNarr M AG OMMkMU Addreas, T of Odd Fellows ares and one good second hand, Headford, Ont. If you are trou Magaiine telling of tb life aad development of th Wast. Eastern Star --ln thttut .i.l,nilui ,..,. .J , r runoer tire learner top notion bled yrTh indigestion or con- 13 it WClUUJC IU DUggy. SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, SAN FANOSCO BUM' IllCtll lUCIf stipation give them a trial. Thev pet 4 Oct 4 Edgar MULUNS. Mt. Wruon for them. will do yon fiood. Kv. Seit. B i97 Hed Z"Tll'!?'l" l"n W llir if with lier , 11MJ1J ilhu ll i.a-- . Red Cross Notes -.- 3BIH9HBaW9nEE'SBfiflSSaQ(saEn9SaBBlEVa1BSS,SB - . - . m2ji k . IL ' 'r ' '?& ?" HLln'MjESaLlfl"ig JZL 'ssssl trjK f33E9avi " . - tr i 0 - . m SV-- i Mm -- s L AUTUMN DAY Warmer ; New The - 1 u - fish's known $10 $20 $15 Specials SHIRTS s NEW FALL HATS Swann i d s First Come and Ready To Buy - Are When Come Back! : THE CASH STORE Woufdn'f If Be Good Just How How it? "Hard Isn't : - : Sig-me- SAVINGS DEPARTMENT . The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, CAPITAL 15,000 00 Vice-Presid- ,o.,.. j ROUND TRIP I TRIP MIDDLESBORD WH1TESBURC - $3.90 $8.80 OCT. 789 Lather Burbank ! L.&N.R.R. L&N.RR. U Chr nr Ce-unt- y s , i mm i i LJL'Ji, . I' ' ., X-'.S- 'I L.l".,l'L!l.-.J- i -- LE"1L w HI j SgY i TYa 4 4 TVTTV TKT THE ROAD BUILDER. BY EDGAR A. OUEST. PUBLIC SPEAKING 7 l a i d I I IttSZXt i liKX Dedicated to Jim Maret, President of The Boone Way I do not caie for garments fine. I do not care for medals bright; I have no wish to quench with wine My thirst wheu I go home at night. I'm satisfied with work to do, And I'm content to bear my load only I can carve and hew If For those I love a better road. bava no wish for luxury If I must live it all alone; Nor do I toil that I may be By many strangers better known If I were here to toil for salf I'd have a very simple code, And I'd need very little pelf But I'm the builder of a road . I A Square Deal may always! eexj ected from a aqate d ahi We deal n S -- til 1, .(i f J fjOy 'ii' i..; for Carp nter. Aad Congressman Cole!) Powers tin Tools v. ire on -l arc. aceui ale, st made and ; the erj sad moat r lia ble amtri All InMai nn plUd with all necessary Tools. Alac carry freaeral Hardware lines of tl lies at the moat itj sfactiM jrpr COUNTY ATTORNEY E. R. Gentry I'm on this earth to pioneer For those who follow after me, According to my sarviea here Their chance for splendid lite will be. Into the future I must tread Nor whimper at present goal; T'is mine to blaze the path ahead. I am tne builder of a road I do not shirk what task I find, I dare not talsely step aside, C. C. Mt. Vernon, And the Republican Nominees for the County offices of Rockcastle cox Opoosite Court House County, will address the people at ho5Sl monday J Oct. Hansford Conway Tuesday A.M. Oct. 2 H ickory G rove &yOct. 2 I Nor leave the tangled bruli behind. My pathway must be clear and wide. For they will tread the way I jii They'll come to reap the seed 1 sowed in "KlmWocd" 'neath the now When I'm I'm the builder of a road. slc-eiun- I JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE j-- j at the hour of o'clock P. M. It is for them I face the tront And strive to keep mv atliway straight, It is for them I bear the bltnt 1 at the hour of JO o'clock Of selfishness and bitter hate. That they may know a smoother way, That they may bear a lighter load, I, smi'inkj. face the heat of day I'm the builder of a road. 5 General Merchandise I gUUU "- -; I1I1U Ul " tl . RICH FIELDS Aataeaa, Sept 22 - American agricultural is to be used an a huge scale to develop the rich agricultural resources of Macewhich have donia and The-srllaiu for age in an undeveloped state. One of the largest orders eer givea uy ttrece has joat been plaaed with United States oncerns, and tke first lopment of 20O farm tractors, 1,500 u- y. -- umu ZG?rc&:r :; ;: 1 4' at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. B rod h ead Johnelta ??$X. w"v Oct. 3 Come out and hear what these speakers have to say. Congressman Powers wili tell you of the position of this nation in the world's greatest war, the Republican form of government for all nations, and the part we as individuals owe to our country and its flag. Come out and hear them and you will be benefitted as a citizen, voter and taxpayer. fJ:'J. a X Farm Implements t--, Oct. 2 '!::-- ; .:eo . . - o. ; Peruna eases housekeeper by ing away the danger of illaess resulting keep- the burden of the from eolds, coughs, f A QBMrVVIL.bB OWBfVS UNDERTAKER . . e torakts, nd othar large a whole ahlfHoad of M. PENNINGTON CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN T? i:-- - jgj $9 aaaaai" SfS.Vrsj -- So- imms mmj mm Why It Costs Less to Have These Tires On Your Car g Because of their supreme mileage-givinqualities. For United State Tire are the standards of low mileage coat. That ia why their sales continue to forge ahead wear by year, aonth by month. That is why uaera of United States Tire users of United State Tire this year. last year are still That is why, aooner or later, you, too, will be a user of United State Tire. Ask the nearest United State Tire dealer which on of tk five is suited to your needs of price and uae. United States Tires Are Good Tires A Tire for Every Need of Price and Um 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Uee' 'Plain United Statee TVBES and TIRE ACCESSORIES nave Allthe Sterling Worth and Wear that Make United Statee Ttree Supreme Also tire for motor trucks, motor blcsrcles, and aeroplanes cycles, left Ky New York aa tirt of the Greek Uaara to aail hiaoa the A Ik. IS ! Entente locka e w s raised. COMPLETE LINE A company wita 8,0(10,000 Caskets and Robes eSesesssSa, esassjissVy atrer rii. in is rem irkably beuelicial. capital ha jut bora tou ded to Mail Telegraph Of Tela-phonKEEP IT ON HAND carry an this development of The wise housekeeper has Peruna ordersj Promptly Mecedonia aad Theisaly. It is ea hand for instant use even if catarrhal troubles do not call for its regular adFilled A dose or two in time chiefly Greek money, with some ministration. often prevents a long illness. Liquid or tablet form. Fieuch asd American. But ao Manalin Tablets are a splendid part of the plan sailed for utililaxative for home use. Ask the druggist zing modem Ameriean method, THE PERUNA COMPANY Columbus, Ohio IV by which farming is conducted in the western states on a large scale. The ancient methods of r OOO OOO : i ploughing and harvesting still in Thtssalv and lower Greece, and this will be the first time Tiyfrs. Mary W.ynn returned from Elliott county, Saturday, that tke big ateam farm trac i tors have beeu operated here on after a pleasant visit with her a large scale. Even the prirai- - daughter, Mrs James Creech. tiSlh rrom near "v live ".oedeii plough is used by Kev- M-- l u business h knows many peasants, but at Volo. ini,c",u"' K" Mr- w M "ileis ims ploughs I MM Thessdr iron and steel value and convenience of 111 Uoaway to have been turned aut for sme!sold h,s Pperty ihis son. Oscar Haves, of Berea. a Checking Account; so does the time pa-- t. Miss Susie Peldoa is visiting her up -- to date professional This devalopmcnt of the Bal- - brother, at i'aris, for a fan days, likfui-- f the progreaaivtj fanner: aibl. tM, kan granaries ea a large A'mm Arthur, of Con-i- s hiisuit-s- s the woman. ane of the necessities forced jWay, entertained at her home, W shall he glad to initiate people uto detail on Europe by the war. All of Tuesday, for dinner, Misses Fan of keejting a cheeking aecount. the eoantrias have suddenly re- - nip end Kmma Wvnn. also her alized that thay could not feed bister, Miss Fannie McClure. She WK WILL BR CLAD TO TAKK YOrl' oUl.F.K themselves in the pinch of war. had a fine dinner, and all the WM THK NKW r.rBKKTY I.OAN I'.ONDS. Greece alone has bought aboutgiris report a tine time. Mr $15,0oo.ooo worth of grain every kjoI was here Monday trying to year from the United IStates. buy out W. M. Wil3on, our Bulgaria. With chant of this place, aad cut off by sub these countries :, marines aud war conditions, HOW'S THIS ,t f'& .3 trying to get Greeca is now m wheat from India. The othrj We offer One Hundred ter any case of states are in the same liars Reward Catarrh that cannot be cured by condition. They have lots of idla land bat are "feeding them- - Hall's Catarrh Medicine, Hall's '.Catarrh Medicine has selves trom Araeriea and beyond beeu taken bv catarrh sufferers m jjeas. (l vears, The formation of this new! for the past thirty-fiva mpany has resulted from ttiis and has become known as the determination, encouraged by most reliable for catarrh Hall's Oar line of Couch Casket.'' the government, to develop the Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, fertile Balkan regions so Greece is sHifcailVI expelling the Poison from the and the other Balkan countries Hand mHile 'ollins fnrnishet mar hope to be self supporting Blood and healing the diseased Harse senl la all )arts et and even contribute to the grain portions. the County .J supply of the rest of Europe. After you have taken "Hall's Macedonia virtually is a virgin Catarrh Medicine for a short All orders by Wire Promptly Filled soil, rtty rich, and capable of time you will see a great im large crops. The Macedonia to- provement in your health. Stait bacco aheady commands high taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine M . VERNON', KY. Phone 94-prices. at once and get rid of catarrh "T" S 2 .nn nssat IU) JC i' "m,2&m rjg; i.i"i.i' "3fc f !' Send for testimonials, free. Z5p r'"y ??J"Ss 1ti ?? ?'"g?-?- fcl, p?g F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. of any kind, you need Job BETHURUM X LEWIS Sold by all Druggists, 75c. iaip'enienis tk- - and indigestion due to catarrhal condition. It speedily relieves aad overcomes these. Its tonic properties buikl up the StMagta of the pl.i Icaliy weaV. and run down, aad its use 1 Brodhead e - ,i3 peg '"".X ressi mn widr-.awak- c - .- CON WAY - 1 - i Progr ve People -- - THE aaalart i man; j j mer-Russi- a The Banl of Mf. Vernon 8 m 000 Dol-Balka- a j j I e UflsPBKTAKSB I W. A. COX, 1 1 ? S -- - -- Wyn&xDz When 'r'r? Work -- e j l Q A complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant Bros ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT VBRMON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. Office ia Beta arum Build inf . emtitfrmm :3or3tci3tcxecx CA8TOSIA FOR FLETOHEft? remember the Signal office is prepared to give you what you want, when you want it and at a reasonable prices