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Mount Vernon signal: October 19, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917101901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 19, 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. J PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 11 VOLT Mi, XXXI f A' ft raarypiK entail ROCKCASTLE " Sqpral 1917 f" ESTABLISHFD 1887 r MT. VERNON. COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19. NUMBER I FOR COUNTY JUDGE Catarrh of Stomach Mrs. Mary Fennell, R. F. D. , Pomona, Missouri, writes: "I wish to say a few words In the praise of Peruna. I have used it with good results for cramps in the Also found it the very etomach. thing for catarrh of the head. II Bister was cured of catarrh I Ptom-a':by the use of Peruna. ' Mrs. E. T. Chomer, 69 East 42nd St.. Chicago, 111., says: ''Manalin beat laxative on the market for liver and bowels, very good for indigestion and heart burn. Those who object to liquid medicines can secure Peruna tablets. Made Well By Peruna. I .. iPia lUMllVi n It 11 My Sister 1 p Also Cured By r. ! PE-R- U- p - Style Show KSZBZ$5S9&KfH&Sg9ZMHSX I NA I H R.H. MILLER Fall Fashions the trend of the has developed along simple more elaborate has each and every famous designer, LEADING m Mt. Vernon, DRUGGIST Kentucky B w? w5 CALL ION US 1 W. A. COX TO THE VOTKBS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY : As you are aware, lam a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County, and now appeal to you for your support. The Republicans are urging you to vott the straight Republican Ticket. if tT"V)LLOYING with the new the "Duplex,' the "Owl," the "Kirby Kollar," exceedingly be--; and see them. i 8 you need anything in the dru g line Prescription Work a Sfutty I B i. PHONE 39 A McRee ; Kentucky WAYSIDE NOTES &Q-O- J lOQ-- S By'i.M" j When Col. Sam M. Burdett, one of Kentucky's best writers, was correspondent for the Interior Journal from Mt. Vernon, lfft .that place to locate else where, away back in the long atro, the writer was named as in his sttad in the pt ncil pu-hM.ital of Rockcastle. He. (the writer, 'wabbled" around in Col er i dle aRod and a11 others who can, houses here are carrying more make the trip to Mt. Vernon. It than $100,000 stocks of ruachin- ery and supplies from which will surely repay them. orders are filled to be shipped to It is possible that some of the claims are somewhat broad, rel various portions of the state the mostly to eastern portion there ative to some wonderful inventions and discoveries made late- of. There is certainly somely, but it is a fact that when thing doing la oil her and brought out, as no doubt they soon will be, the world will be: Clark county has made out more than astonisht. The Kaiser estimates for the overhauling I7 will be aghast, and take to the milas of pikas this year, but the J H. I ,. 'V.O as newt gatherer and scribbler for the Interior Journal, the! "cheanest and best" eniovine 1he reading of his Jown items, in print, muchly; whether the readers did or not we cannot say, but hope they have forgiven if not forgotten the short comings in his notes to that noted Journal located on the site of the fort erected by Logan where he and companions fit the Indians to a frazzle during the days of Boone and Kenton, and on the waters of the St. Asaph near the fa fnr lJ o Nil tV nmKa. nf.o,rc V(JI J Wl W I Let us get our heads together and work As I said for the best interest of our county in my announcement, I am a candidate for Sheriff on the Independent Ticket, and alter beBOM Buffalo Springs. Most of us have undergom ing urged by many Republicans and Democrats varied experiences since "those geed old days." The writer has to make this race, I am determined to make same followed railroading, telegraphI feel that the mass of the good peoto the end and standing. ing, newspaper publishing, tele manager of exchanges Manufactories in the states to H around the most hone promotion and construe lines ws election the north have taken hundreds ple of Rockcastle are interested in this tion, and the promotion of high- "fgravatinest" employment he way building, the latter he has ever fell into. There was al- of laborers, both white and and they are going to make a change, so let us all followed during the past six most constantly present, annoy- black Jrom this county within wars with some little success ances, troubles, dissatisfaction, the past few years, causing a work together for the best interest of our county. after some mighty blue years grumbling, sometimes verging scarcity of labor here, thereby If such great men of the United States as Ex- lefore his efforts attracted at on to pitched battles. Oh it necessitating more farm machintention or amounted to much. was the life. It was not all one ery to replace hand labor that President Taft and Roosevelt can work for an Then followed what might be sided either, it was on both feet, has departed for other fields. of New H. Clay Gentry, drops a line. Independent candidate for the State a "road millenium" including 'subscribers and teletermed when Boone Way was put on phone users as well as .the em- "I am working as conductor on York; it looks like the good people of Rockcastle ployes and the company side. Belt Line of Southern railway tlie map to go thru the Everybody catches it, including between East St. Louis and Ve- can follow suit, and work and vote for an Indelands. father. How would you like to nice. Been at it four years. The Rural School Fair to be I am not asking Not me. Nice position. Mean to hold to pendent candidate for Sheriff be the telephone man held at Mt. Vernon on October The Jleast to be envied is the it. i often wish for a drink from you as a Republican or Democrat to vote for me, 27th should, and we believe, hello gill at the switchboard, the ;old "spout spring" and if will have a large attendance, if nH the mpplina' and exhibits the most difficult and thankless my calculations dent make a I am asking the good people as voters, and 8 misconnection I will be there orove of great interest and of abouts on thanksgiving Jday with they believe I will make a good Sheriff and treat Winchester is not exactly "oil lasting benefit. The writer hopes in- - wild all the people alike, and will be Sheriff for the but is bordering upon it. father and mother." to be present on this most John Gentry, another son of teresting occasion. Let every There are probably a thousand Sulphur and people who have located here our good old fellow citizen H. C. people, vote for me. nnil btween Gum Goochland, Boone's Gap and within past nine months wbo Gentry, is engaged as O. S. &. D. Yours for sheriff, mouth of Buck are interested in oil production man out of East St. Louis on ' thej difficulty in secur- A factory is being erected ,vuu aoiaiug WW Council - I Rliiffs. TmvA for thp .., -. latter especially, is scarce, and purpose of manufacturing flour, H ,Ym t f.t "",1 tea and coffee", extracts and narvest, hemp citting, tobacco candieslfrom alfalfa hay. This A .....: t uor.rs gei-thbears out the reasonableness of uu 2 Per da? on the roads de" charge once made that our tm nip, corn friend Tom Hayes, of Conway, sert to the harves. on one particular occasion, at.and tobacco fields during their Mt. Vernon, drove a mule from seasons' where the worker re" Per day his stall and ate up the hay found ceives from S to and in the corn he ,ra,es from in the rack; though it is said a uay- cu"lllS J lu " 5 to have been timothy and not alfalfa ;hay that he consumed. the hock at so much per. Some half dozen corn Tom does'nt deny the charge very strenously. machines were brought to the county this fall and their Speaking of vocations. The writer has followed, at times, in work is proving very satisfactory infact put in years in various lines. The machine cnts and hinds to bundles, doing the work of That experiences in telephone business with its various ramifica- several men. It handles blown tions, part owner and general down corn nearly as well as that -- " 1U - i ... at owl w . . . l" " "" 11 "" to --- "" - Vi.-l- w& 11 1 r- - """K- friends, do you as good and patriotic citizens think you should alwass vote one Ticket, regardless of the candidate for whom you are asked to vote? Will you vote blindly for the sake of party? Roosevelt, twice president Voters, remember that Nation, ex president William H. Taft. Charles E. of this great Hughes, late candidate for presideut on the Republican Ticket, and Ehhu Root, one of the most intellectual men in all the world, are now supporting an Independent candidate for Mayor of Greater New York. These are four of the most illustrious men of our age. A few years ago fourteen thousand Democrats voted for W. O. Bradley for Governor and elected him Chief Executive of Kentucky. Two years ago nearly as many Democrats voted for Edwin P. Morrow for Governor. Last year thousands of leading Republicans throughout the Nation voted for President Wilson. If t'.iese men could fail to blindly follow the party wherever it leads, can't we in the good County of Rockcastle do likewise? I promise you, if I am elected, I will look closely to the interest of the people of Rockcastle County. I will give my entire attention to the duties of the offi;e. When you come to Mt. Vernon on business with the County Judge you will always find me at my post, ready and willing to discharge my duties. I promise you that if elected politics and creeds and personal friendships will not control my decisions, but I will render justice alike to the great and small, the rich and poor, black and white. I will be guided alone by law and justice. Many Republicans have urged me to rnn and pledged me their support. I feel confident of my election Very truly, My nt Square Deal may always he expected from a squre dealer. We deal in fP"fe$ SB Squares and every other essential for Carpenter. And the Tools we sell are on the square, accurate, strongly made and of the very be t and most reliable materials. All trades supplied with all necessary Tools. Also, we carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at the most satisfactory prices. Mt. Vernon, Kv. c. c. cox - e W. A . COX. Opoosite Court House 0 TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: " Recel lect when you were a little fellow and ate too many green apples and had the stomach ache ? Gee-miCrickets ! how it did hurt. ny All doubled up, thinking you couldn't Then your stand it another minute. Mother would give you some Jamaica jin-g'member how it would bum going down ? but 'terectly your poor little stomach would get just as warm and you could feel yourself getting easy. Ay. Boys ! that easy sensation did feel so good ! If todav you hare partaken too freely of the green apples of Kxtrauagance and are all doubled up with the "colicy" pains try the best old fashioned of Debt remedy. Take a dose of Economy and Hard-work- . It will burn a little but it will ease you certain, and how good and happy you'll feel ! er - Cum-be- r z ? The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,00000 J. , C GRIf flN, President W. H. CO I70NGIM, Vice-Presid- ent Ward at the Cre.k, along with the elder, mid- - and prospects. Oil field supply (Continued on last page.) C HFRITH. C M. THOMPSON, Cashier MT.VERNON SIGNAL 1 ever kMWD in the posed to be be right on the job week. Born to the wife of Rd Ism. of M r. and Mrs. u. A. Car scouring the county over in sell it, to loan it, but it is both the daily average of a ed lie is furnishing convincing Owens, Thursday, a fin'- baby I eon, of this place, and a spteadid search of voters. Chuch tehssssl is a unwise and isapropet suits. ri)tiu!i has liill-- o tar be--: evidence to a greater part of the boy. W. A. Carson took his son young man, sod to him sad bis good fellow, "tvfMi a tombstone that bieopsaius is worthy or re- 19, 10 7 spectfol consideration 'Chuck's In.v whit officials In. hoped for. world that he knows his business Lee to London last week and had 'we join his host of friends hack will say good Fkidav. thines about ..pinion i thut he will win" R, time has ooase, officials feel, jaad attend to it in a very heart his tonsils and adenoids removed. hoiiie in wishing riie them a happy fellow when he is down". ( '. Wilmott, of London, was bSTC Friday by pmt irhen the people of the country lew way too. We are like the Dr. Pennington performed the and prosperous wedded life. '' Every man has a perfect right to Wednesday. Bob is in the coa) tuusl lie made to realize, in u fellow whoeeid "If any man de- - operation. EDO A S. ALBRIGHT The boy is getting Rev. Kvans, the new Methodist his private opinion, to keep it, to business and is making good too. serves death it is a traitor", only along very well considering the Pastor, held regular services here, manner that leaven no YKA.K $1.0 that they muit subscribe with ve Could change that to Old seriousness of the operation. Sunday morning and eveuing. ItlllTinW OSK 2X1 del ly to the 1 u out ;ur' :. Kaiser Bill. As for me I wish Mrs. Koss lJiatt came here last We understand that he will make I couM p y for the ammunition. Friday in respone to a telegram East Bernstadt ,his home. Limit of their means. Mrs. Advertising tain maui IWH From President Wilsou down, "I wcuiu like to attend the execu that her husband, who was visit- Evans accompanied him here. application he tion and if I were in the tiring ing Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, Chas. T. Kiddle and Frank Catofficials are understood to iu this belief. The can; squad 1 would not want to be the here, had suffered a stroke of ron have been in the Hoosier united Ml'.UBKR OF paign mast be given newimpet marksman who had the blank paralysis. Mr. Hiatt's condition, state prospecting. Mr. Riddle a IB it 11 1 if hubm associatioii us at once, it is felt, and steps shell. Our friend W.C.Hopkins, while much improved, is still very rentad a large farm there and 35 t.i iv the impetus will be taken of the Copper-Cree- k section, and serious. He is able to walk about will move bis family there in the the Squire in this district after very well, but cannot speak. They next few days. These are good without delay. B The f6to.o0o.ffo0 estimate of the coming election, is interested will probably be here several people and we regret to give B Simpson, of the treasury takes into conisder-atio- in the coal business iu Harlan days before returning to thtir them up. W. QaSoJ ail the "optomistic unoffici- county, having formed a company home in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Louisville, representing the Deal" estimates from the various there and is opening up a mine Walter Smith have moved from troit Vapor Stove Co., of Detroit, The reserve districts and that sum is and we hone that his company the C.L.Loar property on Main was here this week with his Washington. Get. IS. A tardiness of the county in re only 12 per cent, of the $5,0'o,-o- will soon be in a position to fur- street to their home near Crab father, Caloway Simpson. W H. nish Brodhead coal in abundance. Orchard. Mr. Smith will open a Anderson, High Priest of BrodCoo desired. spending to the second Liberty Ben Riddle visited his brother garage in Crab Orchard and will head Chapter of Royal Arch MaThis would leave 4,400,000,-oloan is causing deep concern to to be mised within the next Joe Riddle in Detroit recently and likely use the (Jover Livery Stable sons, and J. Mont Roberts, masWilotiicials here. Preside son and ids cabinet are watch- twelve working days, an average while there tried to buy a car building on Main street after it ter of Brodhead Lodge of masons load of secondhand automobiles, is remodeled. were representing the local a day if the ing the campaign with great in- of goal is to be attain but came home without a car and Jerry Brock sold a small tract Chapter and Lodge at a meeting terest. of the Grand bodies in Louisville 04, and :!, 400,00), Ooe, an aver- says that there is a shortage in of land on legro-Cree- k to rWith half of the campaign age oftaOffjOoOfOOoa day. if only second cars there. Claud Owens, hllizdbwth Oliver for Jioo.Oo, Mrs. this week. -- Dr. O'Banuou, of also officials estimate: EZ3C12XIZ2IZZZ2X3: 3,o0o,ooo,o0o who has been in Cincinnati for the another tract to Wm. Helton for Stanford, was here Wednesday to the minimum of tonight that not more than 000past seven months, after spending $400 00 and bought a farm from Hazel anti Vivian Albright in m 000,000 had been mbscribed and is subscribed. a few days wit a his parents here, Wm. Helton for $500.00 John consultation with Dr. Carter. ftthey consider estimates liberal. "Neither the .average daih mm i" It Brook, of the Hiatt section, lost Both the girls have typhoid and has become apparent to of minimum nor maximum quota returned there a few davs ago. I ticials that a new and tremend-fou- s for the second Liberty bond sale Dr. W. F. Crrter bought a small nis house jand contents by fire seemed to have taken a rulapse impetus must be given hi set at the beginning of the cam- farm from Arthur Robinson for a few days ago no insurance. A and their condition is rather 8000 Miles standard track if the subscription paign by Secretary McAdoo, ' $4,500 00. Rube Cox died at his T. Stewart, of Paint Lick, was serious at present. K. L. Smith tthe campAign directly serving home just outside of town Mon- here last wes-- the guest of Ux. of the Hiatt section, attended the I is to approximate tin1 S5.U00.0OO. reads the treasury announce YOU or your friends I ' wt.'t nri Ooe hoped for. nient, "had been attained to- day and his remains were buried and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt C. H. muti n w of the lrtwl contemplate traveling Alabama Tuesday afternoon in the family Frith, the defeated caadid at for Grand Chapter in Lovisville this t $ The whole weight of the night when the first half of to any point and 6 seire Florida burying ground near where he sheriff, is speuding most of his week. Mr. and Mrs. TJ. B. Cass is to be thrown into drive came to a close.' Information regarding Georgia will soon be kouseKeepers iu the He had been confined to time these days iu the lived I the balance lor the rest of the aii official estimate of fares, aehadulet, train ser Indiana campaign and a drive of dimen from tive of the twelve his bed for several weeks with and rural jdistricts urging voters city of Brodhead. A. JS. Albright ice, etc., you will find it Illinois lesions uuapproached heretofore t. reserve banks shows a total of typhoid aud for a week before to help him defeat Tip Langford, who was confined to his bsd far to your interest to call on - be made during his death Ins condition was so aud iu a very low tone of voice several weeks with typhoid, is two weeks that (5 2o, OOo.noo subscribed. Kentucky or communicate, with the serious that there was little hope says be will win. Ws rectntly able to b out again, and looks remain !efore the closing of the nearest ticket agent of the Louisiana for his recovery. Besides his received a copy of the Livings but little woise Jfor his experisubscription books. Mississippi wiuow ne leaves a number or ton Bulletin, owned, edited and ence. Mrs R. E. Albright re A new factor, calculated to Missouri ihearten the hosts of workers TT is predscted by many that da) children, his father and mother managed by our good friend turned from Ashville, N. C, last NorthCarolina is breaking, and peace and and several brothers and a sister Pete Drummond, aud by the way week wkere she went with her and to galvanize the country in Trains arc operated on conOhio to a realization that the mo5.t sunshine is coming to all the to mourn his loss. - Woodward it is a Jpretty newsy little sheet husband on account of his health venient schedules and every SouihCarolinai effort i3 made to make your 6treuuos effort must be made if world again except Old Bill Kaiser Ovens bought a small farm from too, and as soon ss ws have a and says it will be necessary for trip a pleasant cni. big drive U to be consumateu who will be cast into outer dark Will Wiggins last week for $500. 'quarter we can spare our asms him to be iu bed for six weeks. the Tennessee r, J. F. Watsou was with his! will appear on his .regular We hope that the change will do successfully will be introduced BOSS. As for myself I would H. C KING, Division Afent Virginia 113.Ui StrMt. LaziacM. Ci ky W.T.Watson, in Garrard ing list. Mr. aud Mrs. Cyril him good and that he will soon be probabl) rather be th humblest among into the campaign, and thm those who have given hope to county oue day last week. R. L. Francis Herford announces tha able to .return hours. horn a well within twenty-fou- r District ''iS eV Notwithstanding the splendid the hopeless and happiness to Smith and Allen Hiatt sold a marriage of their daughter, Miss man. L- N. Bowling, John Ro- Columbia reception given Secretary Mc the distressed of my race than to bunch of cattle at Stanford court Marion Louise Herford to Huber bins and daughter, Mildred, were IIIIHIIIItV IHIIIHIIIIllll Ado. in the West, toe offer s of live in history as a conqueror, list Monday week- .- Mrs. J.R. Bane Csrson on the evening of 'in Crab Orchard Wednesday. .v i tli im hands st ined in innocent Cass is with bar daughter, Mrs. October 17th. at Tallica Plsins.wc are sorry to see this rata on thousands of workers, and U.i ' Nlllllllllllllllllllllllllil most highly organized publicity olood. But Old bill Kaiser iasup-- L. B Hilton, at Stafford, ,thi Tens. Ur. Car-o- o is he .oldeas 'accent of Chuck Frith who i TWr campaign country, - I f-'ft- 11 The Old JONAS n Reliable McKENZIE General Merchandise 4 0 GOOD LINB OF 8 t 0 $:)6-,o00,0- oo g Farm Inaplements a jHMffluaEmEimffih : - To the Public IF T tin-grea- sub-scriptio- sj by-wa- BRODH EAD Southern Railway System Peter mail-brothe- of - '"SlfcK J I 1 ...? IT II Hill :..!T:!r???f !:!!tt;!!!!f'!!ttM!tMf'ti!t!!!t!M'!!!!t hh misax ikh rcarrr:c7:m. rABii g mm ll'',,'t!',!'!tV!V';!!tttt!!!ttl!ltt7!t',ll!'!ft!!!t!'!!Tt:!!!!! .. m m y 'oja J ' uyT --? fzW ''. 1 u . ;.-- ,..iHuiu.j & Mzmw Mmrr .. wMmww?rr 111 V',ii 'n iik i. i . . .11 .i . ,v : M TO Opposite the Court House, In the Old Geo. Johnson Stand. E5 Til CC BL UE3 fk. ONT ecoe(.eeeeeeeeeeeeieaii.oeeeeeeeeaeeae 'aaaaafre'fteeeaaaveaeeoeeeetBeaeeeeeeceeiieejeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeaeaaaaaaaeaaeaeeeeeeeeaeaaeaeaaaaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeai DLO Next best flour Meal, 21 lb. bags &ndi f LOU $1 .50 Bag 1.40 " 1.00 " and i f zsxx Bring me your dried apples, eggs, potatoes, etc. I will pay you highest cash prices want 10,000 lbs. Dried Apples. Will pay highest cash price I Come se me in the little blue front HOW YOU &QNm SA&GAIiHg ix I will JxrzzzzuzD "Look for the Blue Front" tag ! Pg CZXZ1 & I BAKER Opposite the Court House I Walter Hendorsou MT.VLRNON SIGNAL h k .P Pitman sold Qto Dee and James Council of Tailor Caps at Fish's foi mm Cummins a , hunch of good Jtwo year okls at National Defense Mt. Vkknon KY,Oct.,i9 9i7 and lovs in ana 0 cents. Cooper Kenosha klosed krotch Triii- pledge signing week has y fm union suits do not chafe or bind "OVER THERE" is the name been changed aid will now want toCo ri muni- - (, (You'll find them a! sizes, for of the latest style SIGNAL hat. The uew- - be undertaken October 28th to wtth any member of the family at est are always on display at November 4th This change Fish's. r isfl S. was iiiiiIp on s).r'"niint. of the Lib erty Bond week being more press Mr. and Mrs B. B Purcell WANTED. announce the engagement of 25 miner, for Harlan county, ing and should have the Attention their daughter, Miss Roberta good houses, good conditions, no f t,,e who,u Nationa ax& lovw'ti-Marie, t Mr. Albert F. Mrusek. 'strike. There will be an We are sending our boys, man aireni f Reading, Ohie. Tha wedding at Mi. Vernon hotel all day Mon- - for man- with the vcr "f lbe Na TIME TAILK. will take place the last of October. dav and Tuesday until uro just as L'2 uortn train 21. llon; " 55 P vhilr(1 :,s f ' rPst: J wi" J. M Wood.had his sale Satur- - Anyone wishing to get on at Liv- S:iU a m 2! nortu l)e sane, danger as bject to the 'J: MOth 11:43 a in, day and everything brought good ingston will be taken along. the rest; we will pay war tax in He did not sell his farm Wantkd: 4O0 men to work in 12:1a a m prices Ji South prouortion to our wealth just the but expects to make a deal to- steel plant at Mlddletown, Ohio, l' Jas. LaifDUUM, Agent. day or same as otuer communities, but tomorrow. He and his t ages per uay aim up Phone No. 8. "are we subscribing for Liberty family will leave on the esrlv Thee m are wanted for the Bonds and supporting the Red ut.r..i t th. Mt V.r.., Ky. P..w train Sunday morning for their ahell shop, to make a hells for aa itlSDn-ciM- i man nmuri, Cross as loyaly as we might? The wehtern 1). mj. U. S. Government. Apply to inference K we do only what we American Koller Mills Postmaster Mrs Cleo Brown PERSONAL are forced to do. has received authority from the M;ddletown, O. The talk about Liberty Bonds M E. Abnev, Agt. ss very sick j Department to close the office Oct 11 3T. Anna baker is being a and with typhoid. !at6p m., instead of 7 p.m. Be- - The coal situation is becoming somebody good investment we it should luy them A. McKenzie is visit- - ginning next Monday, all win- alarming in many sections of the Mta. clothe and feed soldiers; neither ,'dews for stamps, money orders country ing ia Corbin this week. and especially in the will promises tire gun-,- . The tine J. R.Cass and family wereup!and general delivery will close larger cities. Coal speculators is now here when money talk. . .. 7l ni i nose and grafter, big and little are Horn B rod head Saturday shop- - piaiiti at o o eioca. The war being unpopular does having boxes will be able to get responsible and if there is not ptaf n't make it less a war or less exmail as usual up until 9 o'clock. some relief before the severe pensive. Mis Ora Frith is visiting the The people have the The Postoffice Department has wiuter conies, many are they l.iinily of her brother, T. J. money, it is not the Government recently made an Accounting who will suffer. If we don't loan to Uncle Sam Mr and Mrs. Karl Philips of Office for Rockcastle county he will be forced to tax us straight lbe Hiat section, were in town p stofficesat Mt.Vernou. All the Doings from tha shoulder We had bat District offices, thirty one in Monday Country Over ter loan than to give Buy your number, are Mow required to send Liberty Bond today. Mis. Russel Proctor and baby, their reports to the Mt Vmon Ralph Pech while walking in ha e returned to their home in office and make rtquisiiions his sleep at Evansville, Ind , fell Winchester. through that office for postal sup from a second story window and Mrs. H. McFerron was called jlits. lhe business of the pest-offic- e was killed. to Louis vilL-- on accout of the in Mt. Vernon has grown Jamas Ivwalt was killed by his illness of her grand child. GREAT FAITH IN CHAMiapidly in tke last tew years. auto overturning with him beRovy Mullius, General-jMan-age- r BERLAIN'S COLIC 'AND The United States is to get the tween Lexington and Winchester of the lirick plant at Dud DIARRHOEA REMEDY. benefit of British troubles with He was carrying the Herald to ley was in town Monday. "Chamberlain's Cole and Di labor during the war through a its subscribers at the latter Mr and Mrs. Tommy Jones arrboea Remedy was by tour of four members of the Min- place. and Miss Ethel Hayes were n istry of Muuitions who my father about a year ago h have been The National Council of Con- when he had diarrhoea. town shopping Weene-day- . It rei:i this country four weeks in gregation Churches appoved lieved bin immedi itely and by Jailer and Mrs. .lames Winstead conlereuce with otficais at Was an annuity plan providing for taking are nj iciug over the arrival of a ington At the request of the three doses he was abso-lutela $5,oo0,ofj0 mem trial fand for cured. He has great faith tm' girl baby, named Minnie Council of National Defei.se the aged and disabled ministers of in ihis remedy,'' writes ilis. W. I Ruth. Ei glish experts will visit the that denomination. H. Witliana, Stanley, . Y. Mrs. R. K. Thompson was up principal cities of the East and A message of thanks to the from Crab Orchard, Wedresday, anu Middle MToat and confer United Mates for Red Cross aid, OH FAIR MAIDENS OF THE to her (mother. Mrs. W. M. with employe! sand labor leaders. EARTH. which also contained a pledg. . Poy liter. The Brass Laud.,1 Jue Bennett that Ruman a would fight t the He not deceived On f lir 'maidens . Johnny Griffln, Fred dmai, London, will furnish the end, has been conveyed to the of the earth, i.Ves-rs- Ed Owens and Charley music for the school fair, ,to be United States by Queen Marie. For nan come .and devour your motored up from Wither held here on October 27th. The strictest secrecy is being win th, Wwdnehday. Saturday week should be a big observed regarding the data ef He tries bard your heart to win, Miss Bessie Povnter will lev day iu Mt. Vernon, when eyery transfer to Southern camps of He beliee you are weaker next week for a yis.it to the fami section of Rockcastle should Le 8.O00 selective draft soldier than him. ly of her uncle. Mr. John Poyn- - represented. There should be at from Camp Zachary Taylor, Ha com s a singing like a jiy, 'tt'', at Jamestown, lad. least 1500 children in the march rhe jmen .will be taktn wholly He believes you are his prey, from the Graded school to the from the 159 Depot Brigade. A R Alhright, R. H Hamm. And then, what can you say, I grounds. Parents and Moat R.tertfc. J W. Tate and fa r John Francis Beck with, of He takes your pride and worth friends of education should all Ithaca, X. Y., whose love vrere here from Jo't'i Robinan ay. letters be interested iu this event. It .dhuid Monday, on business. have cost various women in the You'li any, what have I done. Fred IcForro:i ws called to United States 21,0U0 and who SPECIALIST. Oh me, the world b. s'luu, night Atlanta, Ga. Tue-d- y Dr. L. C Morgan, Specialist has four jwives in various part-- , Bis deed you weald adore, where he enters the electrical ea diseases of the ee, ear, mh of the count ry, has been sen If hi thoughts jo" could In department of the U. S. Signal and throat is new at the Ut. Ver fenced by Federal Judge Ray to p'.ore. Cor;s. eon Hotel and will be there un 15 years in the federal penitentOh fair maidens of the earth, Mrs. W. H liper. of Lxing-tou- , tii October 25th These needing iary and pay a fine of$15.0o0. Receivingship procodinga for Don! let your conscious" betray who has been the guefet of treawmeel fer disease of anv of your birth. Life Insur Mrs. G. T. Johnson during the thee organs, or any one needing the The men they are but few, past two weekst returned to her glasses or glasses changed, will ance Company were filed in Who pledge their soul to you ao well to see him at Mt Vernon Jefferson Circuit Court by four home today. stockholders, ;who allege that the For man may come, and man 1 Mrs. R, B. Mnllins and son, Hotel. may go, in constantly company's stock YOU M UST HELP (Benjamin are with relatives But his thoughts you'll never declining in ratal and that the there for the week. Mr. Mul The country needs men, and know, eonern is now in an insolvent lins is working the territory ad the men are giving themselves condition, a cfurge that is denied" Be not deceived. Oh fair maidens jaceat during the week for that your son your brother jour comby the ofhaials of the company. of the earth' siileiidid ahaa firm. Peter Shoe panion. For man may come and deour Evidence of a nation-wid- e plot !The gorernment needs money your worth. by dairymen to boost milk prices .. iter. h. i. xoung entertained to feed, to clothe, to shelter, and is presented to Federal authori Wiitten by Sergeant th faculty of the Graded School we hope to bring these men back. ties by Attorney General Brun-dagJames L Langford. ",with a motor party to Stanford You can held, you must help, of Illinois. Doaumeuts Co. B. 7th Field Battalion Tuesday avenlng. They had and you will held by buying libshowing that the Dairy-men- 's Signal Corps. supper at the Sanders hotel in erty bonds buying them until International Association Eea Crab Orchard. it hurts and then buying more. gue raised $5,o0o to attempt to FOR FLETCHER'S Jamas Proctar is representing put a ."friend" on the Hoover SOME NOBLE EXAMPLES. tha Brush Creek lodge F. & A. A6 everyone knows, Tamany commission to fix prices are giM Buck Welch, Jackson lodge. SOUR STOMACH. is corrupt. It may not bt as ven the Government. I.ivingsten and R. L. Smith and William H. Taft, former Presi Eat, slowly, masticate your corrupt as the political machine Heri ' nderson, the chapter and in Pulaski county, but it is al- dent and now head of the League food thoroughly, abstain from Blue iouge of B rod head, at the most. This year the Tamany te Enforce Peace, speaking at a meat for a few days and in most Grand Lodge this week. Democrats have nominated a Liberty Loan rally at Chicago, cases the sour stomach will dis Attyand Mrs. E, R. Gentry. Machine Democrat for Mayor deneunced in scathiug terms appear. If it doef not take one Atty J. ;W. Brown. Dr. Walker of Greater New York. The Re- those influences in Congress and of Chamberlain's Tablets immedOwens and V. C. Tate are those publicans nominated Mr.Bennett out which are working for a iately after supper. Red meats who are in Lou is villc, attending John Purroy Mitchell, the pres premature peace Mr. Taft re are most likely to causa sour rand Ledge of Kentucky ent Mayor is a candidate to suc- ferred espeeiaily to Senator La stomach and yen may find it the best to cut tkem out. Masons. Mr. Gentry is the ceed himself as an independent Follette and criticised him for of both tha Chap Democratic. Our Bull Moose assertions in his St. Paul speeeh. For Sai.b: My residence en West Maiu street, just tar and Blue Lodge. friend will take aotice: ei Pres Eastern railroads, seeking re- corporate limits of theoutside the town. If Mrs. VT. H. Fish had a tonsil ident William Howard Taft; ex. lief from conditions which their sold at once will sell worth the operation at Nerton InSimary President Theodore Roosevelt: executives assert are rapidly ap- money. Apoly to, Geokgb Owkns, Tnesdaj. Dr. M. Pennington Charles Evans Hughes, the Re proaching the point where thsy Monumental publican candidate for Preaident can no longer operate with profit at Mt. Ternon went in to be present at the op Works. eration and remained oyer until last ; year, and Senator Elihu wrote to the Interstate Comlast night to attend tht Grand Root, all Republicans of Nation merce Commission asking for a Asthma-Catarr- h Lodge and to look after Mrs. al reputation, are all heartily conference to consider rates not and Bronchitis Fish. Mr. Fish is with Mrs. supporting Mr. Mitchell, the in included in the advance allowed Grey ReUeved by the Nw Fish, while the lyoung son, Will dependent Democrat far Mayor, by the decision of the 15 per Cmn ExternJ Vapor Tr-t- Bniam. is spending the week in of Greater New York. It looks cent, rate advance case last Jane. Don't take internal medicine oj habit- like the fifteen hundred or more London. iorming arusrs ter tnese troublea. Vick a Salve i applied externally of us Republicans who this year and relieves by inhalation as a vapor and are supporting some of our DemLOCAL. by absorption through the skin. For Asthma and Hay Fever, melt a little Vick'a For Infants and Children ocratic friends and neighbors and inhale the vapors, also MIKADO KREPES, the very for some of the County Offices, In Use For Over 30 Years in a spoon the spinal column to relax rub well over the nervons tension. 25c, 50c, or 41.00. Always bears newest things iu mckwear are are in very good company Rethe publican page Somer. et Jrurnal. peing shown at Fish's. Signature of - - The - 79 ce ? j There's a lot of style IN iv. - j - FISH'S BELTED SUITS-W- HY NOT GET IN LINE? For style, dash and pep we recommend any one of our many models of Belted Suits. - nJl8 -- ! yo They're as popular as the -5- C" ii'3iiW Mtrfym ?i :; i, Liberty Loan and are gaining new friends every day. we're showing some wonderfully fine wool materials, flawlessly tailored ' . wlm Just now , . 1 . Ask vMsMc in Flannels, Oxfords, Cheviots, Serges and Cassirmres. Peun-ingtoa- . The i 'pi it 1 H ":;--- i 1 yi $ W A wide and rangy pattern selection makes your pick- OlUldrea Orv A 9 TOll 4k u.-,e- d ing easy. We guaranttc a perfect fit. , SOMETHING fJEW HFr?E EVERY DAY -- v ! LEADERS ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT CO CRT. Misseuri Ramsey, Admr. of Plaintiff, S. B. Ramsey. Dec'd vs: Commissioner's Sale. Defendant. W. 0. Kirby, By EN OUR LiE gfears :- SSNCE 1887 - virture of a judgment and - Inter-Souther- n - e, . Children Ory CASTOR! A of the Rockcastle Court, rendered at tbe Circuit August Term, 1917, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court tiouse do;r in Mt. Vernon, Ky , to the highest and best bidder, t public taction, on Monday October 201b, iy I7, being regular County Court day for said county, between . the hours of 9 a m and 3 p. m.. upon a credit of six months, the following de scribed property, to wit: One house aud lot located in town of Mt. Vernon, County, the of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky, ' and bounded as followsBounded on the north by Main Street; on the east and south by the Louisville & Nashville Rail iViiuntnii'i riirVit nf.wav (it) the watt by property recently owned by W. T. Smith, deceased, aud now owned by his heits. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of $4C8 27, with legal intareit from March 1.1917. and the coat of this action. For the purchase price the bond purchaser must execute bearing with approved aurety, legal interest from day of sa'e until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S. Griffin. Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. order of sale & rCTATC 1ar 1 La4B W - j When you want your property sold see me. When you want to buy property come j r,-.- round. I can please you. Office ROCKCASTLE HOTEL e CHAMBERLAIN S COUGH REMEDY THE MOST RELIABLE. After many years' experience in the use of itand other cough medicines, there are many who prefer Chamberlain's to any other Mrs. A. C. Kirstein, Greenville, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's Uouhg Remedy has been used iu my mother's home and mine for c J. W. RIDER Real Estate Agent CROUP. to croup get a bottle of Cham Remedy, and berlain's Cough the attack comes on be when careful to follow the plain print ed directions. You will be sur CASTOR IA "Vap-0-Ru- b VICK5 vSALVE years, and we always found it quick cure for colds and bronchial troubles. We find it to be the most reliable cough medicine wa have used." FoR Sale. My rent corn and fodder, on Town Hill. See Char lev Cheek. The land, about eight acres, also, for sale. Theo Pigg, Withers, Ky. If your children prised at the quick relief whfch are subject it affords. I .ZU 13 r :lo3e CASTOR r ea FLETCKtrs the Signal had room to publish land Faim", near ILevel Green, his splendid letter in full. returned to Fleming, her home: r inw fan m. The spirit of the old original in Letcher county, last Friday, "iS'il-'SW ha iBi sm """Br-- jc. -: r' Commercial Club still lives and stopping between trains at Win L.-'S B fcl iv doubt it will see to it that the Chester to see the Boone Wa Contents tf Fluid IhiW Set best clement will be. elected to man. Bl carry on town affairs. No backCharles B. Henderson, writes ; For Infants r - " ii;u ward sm p should be taken by from Winslow, Arizona. He, our ci.izens. 1 tie little old town like many other native sons of 1 Know has made rapid strides during Rockcastle who have wandered s? 1 an5 s; few ; ra and will continue in away to other scenes, means to the same line. It has a greater spend their latter days on the Genuine ? mileage of concrete sidewalks, soil of their nativity. Ilany of ' t .. - ".. PER CENT. wording to number of popula them Jwould return earlier if rcaa Alaldffallfl tioti, than any town within our there was employment here for SsimUaUiUcFoodbvRU o'd Commonwealth, and thats them. theStomachs and w ling Bears T. going some. ;.c V. "I left Mt. Vernon Oct 81, 1901. r, Mt. Vernon's future seems Since then have been vationalyl '5 bright and no doubt will continue employed in train service as OlnandlWlWW; ft to improve as the days go by. brakeman, conductor, switchman of Mineral. Not ahcotic with such men interested in af- and yard mastar for about 13' jkcpdu&SMMW31 J fairs as, Cooper, Baker, Sparks, different railroads. Assisted in 9 Fish, Young, Krueger, McBce, building the Florida East Coast jUx Senna Jbciri'' SM Pojnter. McKenzie, McFerron, over the Keys. Also put in somej AnUrHttd , m. """-- K, ; Giiffin, Dnrbam, Adams, Tbomp-- hard lickson the Western Pacif( hhrm son, Lovell, Gentry, Williams, ic while building through the Betbnrnae, Owens, Matlina, Bry- Feather river Canyon. Hired IRrrncrivfor ft ant, Urown, Pmkerton, Albright, out here on the Coast Line of ojaK--- : ;0'Mtra, Franklin, Noe, McKin the Sante Fe as work train con ami FcvrnnrH-IOSSCFSLttV' 'ney, Miller, Pennington, Davis, ductor while double tracking the rcultintcin,nranQ Bowman, Cummins, McClurc 3rd district between Winslow : SfjaSSSSSl and othtrs who desire progress. and Seligman Arizona; liked ths The Boone Way. man is looking job tine and staid here. Been to you and feels confident each employed here since March lat 0 HEW will do his duty. time 1 ever 191 1, the longest . Girls and boys, (no age limit, staid in one placs since leaving SB UA hSBSSBS--'CTT T7?r J Ml bt r. ssR3i"- - via v L1 all are boys and girls till swal- home. I have run across L. &. v " 'I a r.: . ..14 lowed by the grave), of Rock-caatl- N. men in old Mexico, Canada a 'Mi' now located at any old and all over the south west. Kxct Cosy of V apper. tm crwwn w.Asa&aa point on the face of the globe There is one other L. & N. of ours, are asked to write the boy here besides myself, J. T. Boone Way man at Winchester, Farris, from Rockhold. J?mes, Ky. Tell him what line of work while a very small boy. 1 well you are following; time you left remember the first issue of the Bockeaathj and any other par Signal it was then the Mountain in connection with your Signal, and the office was over Ucolara past ami present experience. We J E. Vowels store, the office are trying to make this column was in charge of a man named BEAUTIFUL THING atout th? Gulf Coast interesting to hoinefolks and Fox. I dent think I have missed between New Orleana and Fensacola, is that it is ;i real play- those who have wandered to reading liuany copies since the jl lygroand for northern folk trom other climes. ground, summer or winter--- a first one. I have had the paper ring tne aauniner months. Yon can't November to May. and for S at-plarid nature Llian has been expended n the fjulf littn;.l "At 20 a man is anxious to sent me in Florida. Tennease, fur iiiihIi More Tiieae an- pine notid, foreata of living between Smt Orleann and !' asacoia. show his knowledge, at 60 he is Texas, Missouri. Nevada, Arizona f winding, i4iakl roadh oafcti, all ntuHi hnnm and mysufiout, long itrrtenes v, teen ing with gaj and modern more than anxious to conceal and New Mexico and have made Hand path, iuaim southern baink-Uet) and active lit-- low :v r.;r. ; abere you can Mviu;; ;i ItainmcKK all daj and iii- ignorance". a lot of short stands where J drun-Meitin narcotic air. And tlien is ibe nparfclin water, the beach, the surf, merely had it forwarded. The boating, anything and everything that calls for the mIi aateratde. Winchester's sp ed limit signr mountain people are my people, potted on all ro;ds at city limits niofct hcspitalle in the kind OING SOUTH on the Louisville & NasriviSU reads: i n possible the world an it is my ambito escape th Railroad, after v m leave Mo !', i "Speed limit 15 miles. infeeuoa f joyous living, even if you wanuJ to do thai. At every stop throng tion to maie my stake and come Come again. or" paaote bm (aaas outh and ag alike, getting on or off th aw aek to Rockcastle to spend trains Iauhter and Inwe.y, sun y. It ;rant air greet yon. It - moreover Another death Jfrom autome-oil- e tny dccliniug jears. " Ikmjik y confi or of iux place of eane, natural u..i. jo.r. in sunonndings of accident occurred here Fri li - a locality of aueientand honorablt artons ease, whicbevi you f;!)i holders of the soil sinoe the Ira day last. Spted. Thia is the traditions aad the natives ;:. iiake fuu nelconw with a stately, southern ho days of th whit sixth death to occur ir, this MRS SMirU KECOM MENDS liest their home land allo:i!s. Kveri pltality, and hare imt . ynrdi; ' by ancestral oaks alii old p ami ei-rount since Map :Jtlh, fiom au CilAMBEKLBlN'S TABLETS. eyuwn uv r v. i'ii trai renutals: an .Ley all lo k outovci t is .iiiPretty hnavj toll. Llie Hcuti ling ili. bendi aim tli era, at lin. ;.' On' trulf "I have had wore or less stom:. surf If yon can't Bed happinens duwn therein the y ji'ii-- sunshine and anion: I'rires for spirituous goods ach trouoie ;for eight or ten hat playgrouiMl, don't go sonih in attra i!ii'- the rountk-ailmi your "1'romi! '1 juid H. G. for you'll have only youi bare taken altitudtnons Innge. 3 ears," writes Mrs. the w Intel expecting : iat end S r c hut ia not to b Straight goods are now wiiif uronble f.r ktr l Smith, Brewertou, N. Y. "When nfortable warm, "it moderate aw Tla Winchester suffering from attacks of indiand j.iii'T iiuu the system. pint, ;tt Lexington. bracing, ratting 0era pay $1 lound trip tiain gestion and heaviness after eatalong the Guif Coast is one of tiit- way tare to that racing town and pay ing, one or t .o of Chamberlain's "pOURING Uarolera lake to rind their rmricalar cuoce and for this ,he difference lor their wet Tablet have always relieved me. purpose the train service of the lAMtavillc A Nashville Railroad is convenient goodi Within six months it is I have also found them a pleas'.u eaa stop everywhere, liefiuuing at afobile. and stay frw bonrst, ten predicted 3 a pint will ue a.ked ant laxative." These tablets vagabondage that will brinf iia - ur as long as j Vou can, also, if you ind of course paid by those tone up the .stomach and enable v.. ran 1 lit t. iii' ilnce of your ul luiat ii in ! r rrga ir touring along tl it your motor car to Mobile anl who think they must have it. it to pofform it functions nat-jiiii; tin- ruada are all ifiod rnd the Countr i is faciuaiiog in the extreme Lilly. its latckground oi (act to a !"iir t id iuu reating trwiithm and romantic If you are troubled with The bill of fare at one of the while wholly Ameri-mii- . legds roucen ing tl.i Uieality. and the "atmospJiere' diversity give them a trial, and variety. restaurants hers reads: "Eggs indigestion has the foreign flavor in sullicknt degree to give it 11 and hin-ii- i. stay well Topogmdik'ally, lit- eoast lit;- Ion and curving, rising gmtly toward the Tomatoe get w lo cents s might. arbiefa forest d with pines, hrikni in the clearings, by rioh and " The next much indented, the nnmeroo bays. sauce 5 cents extra farmlands. The sbne line "bayous, ' "sounds" and lai. giving a seemingly endless and all nrronnding issue of the menu card will prob SALE. COMMISSIONER'S re is:: line of inlands, forming the enter bulwark wattrscaiie, l.yiat; ofi the "Salt, 3 shakes 1 it, ;o.d fronting this area the resorts that have lieen faaawai ably add: S of M i ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT dayi the towm which began av of the Krewch colonies, cent, pepper ditto, patrons not sire- under the brothers le Bienville :r.id d'lberviUe. advertisement. COURT. allowed to tap on bottom tf salt and pepper boxes with thumb Bank of Mt. Vernon Plaintiff, fcbeold Mloar bad done for the or fingers when in an inverted vs: Commissioner's Sale. M-t-O- Q V7rr-'- J v aybiUC ibsjoefifcof his adopted coonty. position, (de container not the W. C. Kirby, (C(.t)tinu. d from 1st pans. ) )U(J might9 kinoJv patron). Vinegar 1 cent a Martha K.irb, one tooth pick free to J. T. Bowling, and Vand ili;t rffJfromd. Haking 0od feeling for the Boone Wa; utan of course like all Bockcasile hoys n t only i.i Rockctstle bul over each patron where he spends 25 Leonard Kirby, Defendants away in other lands. He and the entire lOVte of Bonr.a Way cents at the tabic or counter. By virture of a judgment and Park, N. (J. lo Paper napkins "1 cents each, r.e-his hrither Cia.v make their from Boone order oi the Rockcastle Circuit headquarters with their brother I Louisville and Kenton, Ohio I to be carried from the premises. Court rendered at the Augus hoys will stand h Bread crust 6 a foot believe t!t Jiti. in East S- Louis. Term, 19i7, thereof, in the above Wm. H. Spradlta, who came uu should vou ever get in lineal measure. Country ham 2 causa. I shall proceed to offer cents a smell; gr.use wafer slice inlo Mt. Vernon ftboai lb67 as ;i need." for sale at the court house door same 14 cents, with bread 21 That bold, bad man of Livings-'o- f civil engineer with the location in Mt. Vernon, Kr., to the highof the L. A: N and who married ton, Will Owens, who of late, cents, mustard extra." est and best bidder, at public While every good solid citizen auction, ion Monday, October a daughter of Judge John M. only occasionl) drops a few lines Fish, near liuekeye. wriu.stfnm to Signal, in news items of his oelievcs and feels in his heat t 29th, being a regular ; County ventured from the that the shortage of the distil- Couit day his old homo at Gallatin, Ten luiv, said coanty, ba "trenches' and writ a few, then leries in the making of whiskey tweea the hours of g o'clock a nesseee. He has been etttjajced these many mjara in engineer- immediately retreated to cover is a grreat thiug for the county, m and 3 o'clock p. m , upon a Ves we and no doubt it is it surely opens ing department of various rail beyond the Bring line credit of six months, the follow have the goods on the sly old ras up the temptation for the coffee roads and during last few year.- -' ing property, to wit: has had considerable experience cal but wish to keep him in fear pot moonshine folks, in which A ua. t of land located ia in highway work in his and and trembling for a short tune line there will surely be someRockcastle County, Kentucky, but the day of reckoning is close thing doing It is to be hoped otl er Tennessee counties. of Pine Hill, and jast south And here comes our Id friend to hand and what will be done the makers will forego the use bounded as follows: Jim W. (icitiy, son of H. C. for I.i in is more thin a plenty of potash to 'put on a "bead". On the north by the lands of Its bad enough to at least without Gentry, now locate! gat Kast St. and then soma more added. the Kentucny, Portland Cement Among the letters from girls putting in the lye to burn out & Coal Co ; on the east by the Louis, Illinois, with a pleasing repart oT his work. He is in th and boys of Rockcastle now lo- the stomaches of the poor lands of and Company; on ths empl' vnifnt of the L. & N. and cated in other climes is one from wretches who use ths output. South by the landa et Robert gett fag along nicely. He is good John II. Fish, a sou of Hiram For the love of Mike or any give Rennsr; on ths West by the Fish, deceased, his mother is it to em straight, without bead landa of R. L- McFerroa &nd enough tr say : containing 30 acres more nr lesa "I J appreciate vour work as now Mrs. It. B. Mullins of Rich- or trimmings. The first run For the purchase price the bei g a u.an with the nerve and mond. He learned the telegraph wdiich will probably he made will purchaser must exscuts bead backbone to stick to the proposi- business . at Fountain Head, be by John Brown's old friend with approved surety, bearing tion you brought out in 1913 to Tennessee and has held positions Tom B. who will bring his first with the L & N.' during many output to J. W. B. for analysis, legal interest from day of sale put a .highway thru the will years pas, at Nashville, Knox-ville- . as to its purity. Tom isconscien-'- ' until paid and having the force something tha and effect of a judgment. BidRidge mountains tions. in Blue bring untol benefits ito our peoThe new depot, under con- ders will be prepared to comply ple. Possibly many of our own and other points. He is today struction, at Berei, is a beauty. promptly with these terms. people dent understand today assistant master of trains at in western part of KenG. S. Griffin, what Jim Maret has ('one, but Mrs. Dan Moren, after a visit we boys off at a distance see, tucky. Live other Rockcastle to her mother at Harlan and her Master Commissioner, he has made good. I wish little son, J. J. Maret, at "Brook Rockcastle Circuit Court. under&taad aud appreciate wuat boys, j S - I sbbbbbi .sauna. Banana fc. 1 - " j UAo B! j Every One of Them Said "We'll DepositOur Money with the -- Mothers Tiiat 1 j ; ;-- -- !!? l Jg astona Always the Signature Am j ' ill i fAir ir ; Si-- - t.f. rj - if J. If in This Bank on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. li l?your taxes pays all 'tA & SST M A fi inn 113 For Over "WATCH US GROW" COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Elizabeth Bowman, C. C. Bowman, Walker Bowman, Jesse. Bowman, Plaintiffs, Florence Monroe and vs: Commissioner's Sale. Robert B. Cockrell and 2E&sI'S3wsh ( -- ' 1 "" TSiirtv Years Is B nsicv" WTbS otis dviJ When in Mt. Vernon DROP IN OUR e, NEW STORE Street Jennie Cockrell, The Beautiful Gulf THE Coast s ; s -. n G - 1 . .1 11 j.f - n-i -- rcr-'ii- i aj-..-n- 11 i 1 -- . -. s '. vc-ur- i 1 ; 1: 11 - u s li-- - - i pro-dncti- - 1 1 i l:e-h- i Defendants By virtuie of a judgment and order of the Rockcastle Circuit You will find our stock clean and fresh, Court, rendered ;at the August and our prices right. Term, led", thereof, in the above cause, I .shall proceed to offer US for sale at the court house doorM Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highin Come In est and best bidder, at public October auction, on Monday, and let us get better acquainted. 29. h, i9l7, being regular County Court day jior said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 43 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six months, the Jfollw-indescribed property, t wit: A tract Jef land in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on the waters of Crooked 'Creek, and bounded KY. I us follows: Beginning at a conditional corner, poplar and dogwood, above the Slsir'l whirl hole on the east side of m & Crooked Creak, near the old fish dam, this being Champ and Cal v: ioway MaHiiia' line; thence with :: Sottas A. Mnilins1 line op the Laurel spur with center of the pot til to W. M. Mullins' stale-a corner; thence with his line a 3 south direction to the cliff to the west end of the cliff, ,1 hence west with the Jold fence to Crooked business m:in knows Creek; thence with the center of the creek to the lower end of the value and convenience of McTilly field ;to an elm corner on top of the ridge; thence with aJChecking Account; so does the the center of the .ridgs with said Mullins' line to Bee Mullins' gum up -- to date professional corner; thence a northern direclikewise the pigressiva farmer: and, tion to two small dogwoods; the wide-awak- e basiiieaf woman. We thence to a beech ;and elm, Bee shall be gUl tu initiate people into details MttllinS' corner; thence uy Crookith the center of the ed Creek et k ecinrii'J a eheekiiiir7 account.' a reek to the beginning, containwe WILL? BK Cr.AT) TO TAKK YOfK OUDKK ing ona hundred (iOU) acres more r less FOK THE HaW LrlJHKTY LOAN 1JONOS. the Foi the pnrahaae pries purchaser must execute bond On South Side of West Main BRING YOUR PRODUCE. g Yours for business, MT. VERNON, . n Pnjr THE I 000 si - People tt man; t, with approved surety, legid bearing The Bank of Wf. Vernon P. tea-poonlu- interest from day of sale unti. paid ;nd Jhaving the force tiXfi3J and effect of a judgment. Bid- - f, tTjOOO ders will be prepared to Jeom-pl- y promptly with these terms. G. S. Grifliti, cats o t Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court $100 liEWAKD, $100. The readers et this paper will be pleaaed to learu that there is at least one dteaded disease that cience has b;en able to cure in all its sttges and that is catarrh. - c;-nt- s ii-li- V BflilVII V fi?J!a AUfmiM anVWtnnaintVaS ! :: r -; gg sOsjrjfQfcOfi C a g 7Cj$X&3 j I UNDERTAKER fr Catarrh being greatly influenced by i is j Brodhead 1 Ky COMPLETE T.INE -- constitutional treatment. VJ' Coffins, Caskets and Robes Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken '4 ..,,1 ll.. anu .l.tlLn lLa lil ,,..! Illieiliail) Mail' Telegraph or Teleii.ntmu iut """"I on the Mucous Surfaces of the Ql phone .orders Promptly System thereby destroying the : Filled giving foundation of the the patient strength by building KMMJMjC&&X&3&r&MX$6ljr up the constitution aud assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's m Catarrh Medicine that they offer' One Hundred Dollars for any case that it tails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. S3effa :. di.-ras- e, fr at fjfff C - Address F. J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug 75c. UiHeFiTAKLlsB Our line of Couch CasketttSj is uneTcelhi Hand-made gist, tt offins furnish ec til j C. C. Cura-berlan- ds A.TTORMET-AT-LA.- Williams W "" fC Harse sen! to all parts otjn the County.j MT.VEENON.KY. 1 Ear-lingto- n, Rank et Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special attention given collections. - OFFICE.- - On2cd.floorof All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX. 94-S 'PHOKB 80 M I . VERNON, KY. 30CC8fPC 3lC8rPc3rfc