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Mount Vernon signal: November 2, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917110201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 2, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Sjjljf 4 3JT. MT. VERNON. .. 11 1 2 t lift 5 1917 pill ESTABLISHFD J837 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER FOR COUNTY JUDGE iP! Ll Alb St, Memphis. PERUNA ' . Mr L, A. .1 ' jL$ it Trl V ou arc 'nv'tcc to inspect new fall creations in coats suits by Bischof. j he nd I lLJkAn '""""iV ffl v jBBSbBB6-'-v;,:-- ' rtt "I V.Vl" for many yoarr. .u.d 1 .i i Ci. tocr x r edy. nd Cc e T I - - T i c"j .T . tboat C AMnd " .SJ i' . lv Sutton & McBee jpVi JBbA 5g8Mf- a. the are in- - c " .0 :. I va'ent. i'. . ' a iy YM'. i r- benefit u . fox zi " us. -- -- ,ii. ;3 wha c'tject to liquid -d Pemm - T. lets, fll TT'" gate ; i - ij!c",v: a .-. ' - ) I 1 - i t u . ,) I r n nn i 1 mmmmm Ti1 2$zJki . 1 Wednesday Sept 12th Up to midnight, September 12th, during a period of 8 months, we sold and delivered to tire dsaiers more United States Tires than we sold to dealers during the entire 12 month of 1916. This phenomenal sa!ea increase was made notwithstanding our epoch-makin- g sales increases of 1916 over 1915. g sales increases of 1917 over 1916 and These definitely and g soles incicases of 11G over our finally prove three facts: 1. The supremacy of United States Tires. 2. The fact that the vast army of automobile owners who used United States Tires in 1916 are using them in 1917 on the sheer merit of their experience. 3. The fact that another vast army of automobile owners have been4 won over to the use of United States Tires in 1917 on the sheer sunefi0nty--o- r ur tires over other tires that they have tried.. record-breakinrecord-breakin- at " " " jft-- - jliyM j SXL FJrlfrj CI "SfKgS? r 'jftAlK?! "JBvV? "ttitfr r i d th 3 e di Work .. i i e i V. A COX TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: This s the last word I will be able to say to you in print before ask mv friends to be on guard at all times between the election I feel that I now and the counting of the votes on next Tuesday. hive my race woi if m friends and those who have so faithfully p e Iged me their support, do their duty and of their loyalty I have no doubt shaH ever Voters, if you elect me Jndge of ronr County, demean myself, in and out of office, so that you will not regret bavin 'given me y u support. I v.iii devote mv entire time and attention to the business and welfare of the ci nufcy of my birth. All khall have a square dtal. I . Prescription Si . 3 pho: 9 i 5 li5 A I Square Deal ..:- -. inj? cij a W. A . COX. always be expected from i aqure dealer. Ww deal in Square and vry other essential for Carpenter. Ad the Tbell ws el! are on the mru- - J$j&. mt ifed States Tires l in cnifj'tK TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY : It is the duty of every true citizen of this great Common wealth of ours to vote for the best interest of his country, and the time has come that we as true citizens of our countyr l'jare accurate, atrongly made and of the very bet and ni'l reliable materials. All trades aupplird with ill necessary Ton's. Also, we carry should vote likewise for the interest of ourselves and our children. What difference does it make what they call you," Bolter" or what not if the party nominates a man or men you A complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant Bros. think ought not to have the office, you have a perfect right and will vote as you think best for A DEMOCRAT'S OPINION LEVELGREEN your county. I know you are not going to be It seems that winter has come u OF A BOLTER Bossed " by no man or set of men and vote as in earnest we have already had Col. J W. Colyer 6poke in the interest of the Democratic two snows and many freezes. they say. but are going to the polls on the 6th ticket at Bumside, Oct. 10th, 1917, at 7 o'clock P. M. and There were services at Friendship Sunday, conducted by Kev. day of November and vote for the men you among other thing he said: of O. "I didn't come here to talk to Republicans, 1 came to talk James Todd Brown K. Ky. Mr. think and believe will and can make efficient H. has returned Overton to Democrats. I don't want the Democrats to bolt their ticket to his home in Lincoln, Neb., So I ask you as voters of Rockcastle this Fall. If ther do they can't vote in the Democratic prim- after a three weeks visit witli officers. ary next year, and we do not want you to take part in the relatives and friends here. He County, if you believe I will make a good officer primary next August, if you bolt your ticket next month. had been gone from Kentucky Mr. and that I will be sheriff for the people, then A Democrat that would leave his party now at a time when more than fifteen years. the party needs him and has a chance to win is a disgrace to Herbert Anderson and sisters, vote for me. Misses Pearl and Susie of Win hia nartv. If vou know of any Democrat that wont stand chester, spent lst week with Yours for sheriff, send his name to Mr. Day the Demoby the Democrat, so-call- ed f 4."Ca a iv JfXra'' WjST XMfPmmm vj .v 0r.'ob f .v ov .v sv jiVI Are Good Tires Chain' 4Uscop Hardware iaalitie at lins the most sUifaetory prices. feusra! of the be-.- t 'Royal Cord' 'Plain! tjem and that voar Tire Dealer supply you with' nited State Tires or go to another dealer. Mt. Vernon, Kv. ra c. c. cox Opposite Court House . 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 party, cratic campaign chairman, and everyone will be Idacklisted. 1 say, to H. with such Democrats. None of the Republican nominees ever voted the Democratic ticket, never did nor never will. Why any Democrat wants to vote for any of theni is more than I san understand. The Republican nominees are all good men and are my personal friends. 1 would help them roll logs, clear up a new ground, or raise their houses, but I won't vote for them, because 1 am a Democrat, and never voted a Republicun ticket and never will, and any Democrat that bolts his ticket is dishonest politically." Ws want the Republicans to read what Democratic orators thinks of a man who refuse- - to stanaoy his party. They think just as little of a Republican bolter as a Democratic jbolter, and is the language of Col. Colyer, "Consider him dishonest politi- Barr at Wilmore. Mrs Reuben Cox and children, of Brodhead, spent Saturday nignt and Sunday with the family of A. P. Lawrence. Georg Moore and family, of Sand Springs have moved to the James Vanhook farm here. Mr. Charlie Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs Jarvis Brown and Miss Nellie Brown, daughter of the late Tom Brown cally." were quietly married at the resi"What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander." dence of Rev. D. R. Gentry on the 21st These are splendid M, PENNINGTON, young Ipeople and their many Chairman Republican Campaign Com lencds wish a long aud R. GENTRY, perous life. Miss Sallye ibbo00 ce entertained a number of Secretary. Mr. and jMrs. W. E. Anderson here. Mr. Otis Mullins, of Withers, spent part of last week with Swannie Price. Mr. and her friends last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs M. E. Burton Jr.-Mrs. R. H Brown and son, in honor of her guests, Misses and Mrs. Stripe, of Iowa, Ollie, 'have returned from ." Pearl and Susie Anderson of have been visiting Mrs Stripe's visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Winchester Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs. J N. Brown and C. H, FRITH. Mr. Henry Todd spent Sunday with other relatives and friend in this Mr and Mrs. J J. Brown. Mr. and Pulaski county. M. F. Bur- jw .s and Mrs. Fred Price are rejoicing ton Jr. was in Somerset a part of over the arrival of a new baby at the week. their home. Mr. Tip Langford, of Mt. Vernon, was thiAL. here GREAT FAITH IN CHAMthe latter part of the wcajsaq beBERLAIN'S COLIC AND half of his candidacy. -- wT DIARRHOEA REMEDY. has recently purcha.-e- d a farm from Evan Thompson. Mr. "Chamberlain's Colic and Diaud Mrs. Thompson have moved arrhoea Remedy was used by to Wanyesburg and a year ago Mr. and my father about Mrs. Emmctt Andeison have when he had diarrhoea. It re moved- into the house vacated! lieved him immediately and by by Mr. Thompson. J L.Thomp-the- m taking three doses he was absoTuesday lutely cured. He has great faith !son was in Mt. Vernon on business. Mr and Mrs. W. in this remedy," writes Mrs. W. H. McQu-r- y spent Sunday with H. Williams, Stanley, N. Y. De-Bord All doubled up, thinking you couUlu't stand it another minute. Then your Mother would ive you some Jamaica r 'member how it won hi burn 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 today you have jrartaken too freely of the green apples of Kxtrauaganee and are all doubled uj with the "colicy" pains of Debt try th best old fashioned remedy. Take a dose of Economy and . It will burn a little but it will ease you certain, and how good and happy you'll feel ! jin-ge! Hard-work- The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. - C GRIFFIN, President W. H. COITONGIM, Vice-Presid- ent C. M THOMPSON, Cashier L- - W MI.VtKNUN i..:.w. feioV. ear- T- - e rvty-N.- . -- . . iLNAl - ,. ."nj.g ;osis house ! - we dwloped tohefCa pax talk afoetrie sights ta tbut tewu. Tell them to some ap to the front known him r- PASS CHRISTIAN i a with Livingston erty, from Ones. T. Utddle this and NEWPORT Bv reeVsf every Friday by Kdgyr hi. Albright, editor of week ter $1,000.00, and moved to EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Pass Christian is the Newport lit Wenesdav. Frank Catron and Signal, was Utti'M a jew foreign and one of Cfaas Riddle will move to tadi- - and jumped on us with both feet of the Gulf Caast, thf most EaaMoaab and popular $1.0 ana, where the have rented a for no! writing regular and we UBSCilPTION OSE VRAR bag farm, within the next feu promi? d ir do better la the fu- resorts in the .South. The town "" " Advtthing rates maat Inauaw ewidaya. Mr. Ltiddle and the child- - ture I laoks almost impossible of about 2,0o0 permanent popu r ' liana. Mildred for na to write our sentiment': lation, is Terv generally engaged appii cation ud serviun the kouo.M was ihegueatof liei aunt. without getting in trouble with in entertaining I large numbers who iccme here, Mrs. F.L Da r ham, a ardnj and fames Maret or our friend R at UKMRiiR of ktrodbtad, but we have decided summer and winter, for recreaSunday, at Mt. Wrnon. KBMTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION congregate at tion. Society Mseaea Dora Vance, Hallie to co ahead and shoot where we "The Pass" at all "seasons the Buraee. Tempest Ward, Thclmi aim and aim where we shoot, and summer Iguesta coming from Piikenton, Ifarjr Albright. Mrs. if either of them wishes to take neighboring southern cities the :. .1. Albright and Prof. J. L iasue with us. just let thein tit all parts of Piikenton were anions' thoae at loose their doirs and shut wide winter throng from the North. tending the School Fair at III openftbe gate. Bill Rider and W, H. Krueger, of Mt. Vernon, Pass Christian was named for Vernon Saturday From here discovWeagaia call the attention of I Dave Vaughn and family, his were in our town Tuesday on a Spanish explorer who llMJueua paps that Mrs. G. S. Unfflti, ered the deep-watethe rater to the Coustitaniouul J mothar and family and Barve Owena and family have Bjover Mrs. Aarak Hull and Mrs. W M. has eloffe t tka main shore. It voted be Bmnaalmrnt Oarena visited relative and friends is an old and honored set W. J. Owen BeXt Tuesday. be Far a- - tl;i Ui Cincinnati. wi.'ut to Lexington first of week at lit Vernon and Buckeye, Wed tlement, having been a papular ia coaoeroed, a ehang :iesday and Tharsday. Mrs. resort fraia far back in anteDo lane in the telephone system such an and brought Ge rue days. Tradition associis sought through t i j adoption borne, where he bus been confined David Lamb'whw lived ia this bellum will in no in Asylum for evral months county until a few months ago ates is with the gayest of southof tens auaendment, Mr. Delanev's mind is somewnat and moved to Jackson county near ern society and with men and effect ne, becaoee we improved, but his phyaical con iiond, died Tuesday, and was women ;famous in high social '.ho one system in i!e com Wednesday for buri- circles af this and foreign lands; It is lor the benefit of ' her dition is very poet at present. -- brought here Albright is visiting al. Tonight Bt midnight the war President Wilson is one of Pass kjcaitties, cities ;ind utunicipaii Mr. Dtcu goes on all tickets and excess Christian's recent notable guests ties which arc t be benefited, b her parents, Mr and Mrs H. L tax und it will cost more to Its location is one of the choicest ir adopi.m11 of the amendment rharp, at Junction City, ior a g few daya. S h will soon go to travel, but anything now to help on ,the coast. The .iii'-larill permit the sale, il whip the Kaiser. Mrs. Lela Cass shore slope upward to wooded of one telephone com pan Ashville X. C. to be with Mr. for his and Miss Lena McCall were here hills, where pines and .splendid who Lat Albrijrht who lb there t another. had the asarience of trying t .. nh, and by the way we are between trains Mouday, en route old oaks, magnolias, palaaettoes glad to report that his .conditio! to Prod head We learned today and a variety of tropic vegetaup in places ahere taro that the highly prized potato has tion grow and flower and flourish tciii!s are in operation and when is Bind imp.ovod. W. A. John central ana wera givrc the reply, s..n Sold nine hogs to John reached the $1.50 mark and the luxuriantly, while ane old homes s At such leaps elegant modern villas and A crop not yet dug. no ione, get he othei syU u Cress this week for si'33.00. line the avenues and and bounds as this in price, where can apprecaatt ia i aMrtQ e U UUulbcr of cars el buck wheat t lenci- baa been shipped from here re--c will Mr. Spud bu by spring of the drives alonz the share. Life is havi .: Lh W. H. Ponder, a mighty ever active at The Pass; there is the price one being $12'. roar every uu , o , 1. John Cress was good man, who 'will be a deputy boating, motoring, golf, tennis phone s otem ere Thursday with a nice bunch sheriff under Frith if elected, and fishing by day aad dancing on the ballot appeasrs tUe which we believe there is ao and all other indaor festivities "Do you favor the proj Cbristain tlat evening. boubt, ig canvassing now and tell for Anient.' Cooatitutiooal If of the finest golf iug the voters that he is in the boasts af ene $1 '5 :d VV AUO, igg. et" in the eqnar opposite race and that to win. George couraee anywherr ia tka South "yea" and rou have complied The readura ul this paper will Its prexiaaity to New Orleans an argent request eas J to learn tbak there is Omary, of gJaOZTtllu, has been with hit son, f T. Otnary, for the and excellent sertn rce au sa(oua dreaded diaunee that, weelt. Mrs. J .L. Hughes, of vice over the Louisville & Nash many of the cience - u,tn ablutocnreiu past Corbin, was with her mother, Mrs. ville .Railroad places all the di towna ac.u cif.es in the state. l : .,.-- and that is catarrh. Mr. reraions of tne metropolis within Sstarrb being greatly iuflaeucet: Thomas Farley, Sunday. ind T. Jones and Miss reach of visiters at Pass Chris Eiltall nal trtatment. Oihel Mis. J. LLiys were in Somerset, tian, who make a day for stop . Csiaw'a Medicine is taLen up el p- ophets were men :"n O. S. Griffin has pin in jNow Crleaus and retun internally and acts thru tke Hi o(. d clens'on Clod in tii:ie of from Louisville, where he ui time for dinner, which is one ... .. a. i or ttie uiit'ui The) wen pwebuaed h.ts of goods. Judge he - atom thariir dsttroying the G. at. Uallard, of Mt Veruen, was of the r,social functions fct citn reviraliats ard pair pvs; remuiaiag ia the of i.ii diaeaae, giving J to ths g behalf of are between traias 8aday. for diaaev, yeu caa retura at a conscience f h ns- thr pakieut atrnglii Ly baildiaj b the wi iter i all alone taaight. f- -r piaaiirc latiutP ia tke etas- ., thconaaiinaion and iaaietii jur mcti'ory i una back to oar iur. ll f the writing prophets dnr "i;;':S school boy dsya is aad aronsd with ths fiaast The betels ra-ag ay. iir uivingsi u his sj-iyp.wara of Uall'a ld Lval Green, wkera wa got is tke aauutrg, aad there are prophets at Cstarrfc afadiciue tbat thay ufn what litthl ad hi chief j:::-i.v wt paguaaaj laaauy deUhtfal el J coantrj a Hundred Dellara for uy eune present ,r of the uwrld There i khe place where we it taila to cure). that Send for lint homes, where good board aao avk-h prophesied that a learnud enough algebra to tellolri read of teatimoaiaie. oatburu uusoitalHy aic would :e barm. Our Iiviiigsto! -. a J. J. k USNEY A CO frie:i : til's age, but when we negit itial. i um inleu l country back h rep tesie i t friuu i lde 'j Ohio. Sold by all Dnn . i nnm er and name those left el )f Pua Cbviutiau ia beautiful, '. "Cbnck' will defeat "i r ?iat, 71c. lut class of ib ul forty and iuo nd aia y ena aitag drives m. will ba t ii!ej; ' ta?- pteasarr to many that are gone, it makaa ra tike ar-- r tha ascl eni road ", say to u "I Ul i .son art tS kad. among due, prodacttfe fruitanc uutteoalf waiting f r the rusnlt Is-- ) It JT' (iriffin and Ii r'e pan trtuk ferine, 'viiica shio mucl 'out wiiu. to remind our Wayside Notes f the aaiy garden s'ud that is (eorgn Sau nel, are spend-- I frieadof kfteaueoeauuUaiued ij semght in north ri ',f week with relative and Jim Marel speat Saturday and saear'-'v A Itoti ie pi' ipheta of ktaal Sunday 1. al VI Vernon and Hrod it'i Will Caldareil at mark is. Toe lishiMg in Si barber, hs moved his ina. the w nn ba ia ii ad. - Kred Oakley Ins movec l:ijvi Ie, Sunday ily o afterneos ta Louie iay aud (he t'iburr maiy a ronuiaya ' a bar shop VTe arc ;t family fu.tn C..r in to ou' Monday muruing ha was with treaias i exc-!l"el , T. Hackiat gar. naouig in-ioust suorv n r x ' !," city and hau Utketi upouitton her ' ds sisters, Mrs. J. io Druutmettlua fotemsn ia J H. Rrraraingu ind Mm Mary Smith, nmv Mt. rh ttla Hears aae stt tarns of in pie ieaI uunad w Seoiu, - ' Tha trip ha iuaSMia latUTisr. uwluoaau Ur aatd a malt tract of .aad to John kia H was made by aalo froai ff iaahaav C il Uoa for Sjic-oo- , and another lund hie family to sur iwn. Kit bay f.am Ps Aore ; i ,,!' Ci i"ii-- s Mt. Vernon, v.4 er. . ihris'iua is the same what xcla baught u hoeae and a few acres I here between trains tfonday -sive coaga rasart'of Bay bt Will P. Ca dwell, diisian en- . W. M. Buaer, of et '';.! L.i - Mr. and fair gn tea a place iauch ' M'tus. ir u .e i iiarp ut rnon. w; n lere bet vveo . ,'iner and Ii ad Inspector, T. D. by reaidenta of New Crleaas, 52s oo. Panville, A inuton. sa tle gueet f Mr. Maiii Sonday. - J N. Ciark baa lumphreya ..oth nl .'I who own cettegrs snd bosgalows Winchester, v ill w located a' and Vis. A M. Hiutl one day ;at oit the road au ravcMinar . and soma bare for tha watei er. lt 1U the 2lrd Rag:niBt, en- It The heira of the bat Mrs "X ii'e firm and is foraK and wi asaiar. Itisalsa corps, and go to France. sixiits Jonas Brown aold i farm to Vir buck behind the counter at Drum- - meeting jpopwlar in winter with man ' ' '.' B 01 ffunt, f tfaretl f.es than one who prefer tl m At gonad stone Sat Si day we not t barn people k ' is the election at.d every ..rt--- f -t Uis lave ns Unletting up qu'- el cottage life, with the ib a.:u a aauall tract of land thing looks - goo J for a victory saw John Par. kccamnanyina freedom far aut- ids 'gravel platform'' for use in ly believe Cox for and we a'c mb, Ler oii. G $$$ gayer and atding thai material for the door aperte, to the ge, and t au hand Ira and the rest or and he isi.'id tl routiaa of the mora 'iisy Phre are immerse " .. lie d a ailerwUT lo Stephen Hack u : nigh'oring resorts. , lYerr are ?dm r gbt al the pint- - li oi f 'aersoti six or eight coal mines near LivPass UhffUtaaai and timf St. f aold a tr;rt L H.ri i jstou, and at present there ia rm. r Louie are reached only by ihe fi line here but the i acker, alee, for $5k) almost a. ( t jitapha usually modern steel pass njer trains of Ail tradr:-- today are L N Powiisg is holding a onauiuer mostly responsible xowded urfth passengers. NASH rhevLOUlSVILLIC amsaing In Madison in their ctatl earlier. ig for daya VILLE RAILROAD. I'he republicans will spsukia The va:i B automobile ssUOCfav Itj Dr. v.i. Carter has re h.ve atridea in everal peaces in the coontj this j. , cent'y made some .' world, hawing sub the j;!-.u,:',: and they will get t'i party ;, ij i,m live hind vd letter seri ed for (ii,ono.oo in Libert) whip and try in drive all voters very wees inquiring when tourFor Infants snd Childraa una lartn a S SOal back in In e. a greut many will ists will be able to drive thru Bond", b ul i i awo.her at $5000.. not be of $4 his time. Hoys, sooth susl Eeutueky and Ihs In Ug Fwr Ovwr 30 Years f a. o, then bought 5o ' me Bay to '"ii, we have ago. d Cum'erlar.da overs amooth highj Always bwar anot irr Ska SkdgTCtawJa a far a last wif from Alln ticket, untl nww is the tinie to a ay. tasaatace af ; Ciuii, for $3,000 00 and elect men eaufa as we hare bferr Hiatt, been A number of lota have a boun ay af laad ftos A. T Far yoe. Cuuii out Tuesday and a. 'Ravenwood" nrar Orlau IdRS SMITH RKOUUEMDS nish at 20 oe perswre, this land tout frget Cox and Frith and aoll will be surveyed tj him within il.e ruvtof tha ticket. a. C!. Frank- - do. wn which buagalowe will be C U A hi iEHLflN'S TABLETS. the i.est few .as He sold a lm, the L. dt N. watch carpenter, reeled by non residents who "I have had more or leas stomacres f land to! of lt rnon. w:u here between uiaa to spend the summers in ach trouble ;for eight or ten house and eight O. H. Mr. trains Monday. All-P. E. Drum the mountains. This is an ideal j ears," writes II rs Hia t lor li.ofooo locality for tcenery, tine waterSmith, Brewerton, JS x. wnen Hiatt will nil Sauve V this jirop-- t moeds, the;lng man with a long . . .ItQi'tl Uf lJlHl- ..P ;.... f.ra 7" BU14L rtr riulit awSJ and wi 1 ba a citi name, ia in the city thia week. inci lining cnoiyoeaie ana .otners B t,,l and heUTinesU ufter eat from zen of hrtdbead gan. Win anyons aaks aboat a town and is not far from the Great ling, oneor two of Chimberlain s Quae which tea have alw.ys relieved me. Mastr Cu;iis to' in?, who al a distance, af.er getting all in Salt Pater sf thai .malarial was takea forij jtve iKO f0nd them a pleas-us- e make hi hoSUC with hi graad forw.tian thv dsure, the aext in snakier cua powder a"ur iant laxative." Tbese tablets parents, air a d Mrs B.i .Ander- - ijuestioii will be hive they electrie tone up the stomach aad enable If tie answer is yea, they ing the war et 1812. son, inGurrurd com y. is vurylfighte it te poferm its functions inX sick and his ccuditio.i - ry ser- - then draw the conclusion that it urally. If you are treubled with indigestion FOR FLETCHERS give them a trial, ions. He has been afflict... since is a first class to.vn. Soyea can get well and stay well. infancy with spinal trouble and put Livingston in that column. j 2, 1917 L. N. Cowling boHut and lot on Udiu street. as the Herron prop- Now will an me one po doMl to a our sialer Uwn, BrodhaAd, and THE BEAUTIFUL GULF COAST - ke s-- Stylish Suits AND COATS MODERATELY PRICED NEW MODELS, NEW GOODS EVERYTHING NEW. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVaR if m - I THE CASH STORE r m-ac- Leaders In Our Line Since 1887 WJULD PERnilT PHONE MERGER BY AMENDMENT FRANKFORT CHAM1ER OF COM- MERCE GOES ON RECORD FOR ONE SYSTEM PLAN ISs ' WSU4 I tv zxz H eVTTVrffTVa EOT 1 1 'ifige low-lyin- i de-aire- d, Reliable jonas Mckenzie A SJ The Old z GOOD.. KSOLOTiOJiUSE ADOPTED charm-bungalow- - ubmaalon Fasaae By Uenaral Aaaam-bly With Only On OUtent.nj Vta HisUry 6f Competition Ta Fraakfort Caamaer et Com-a- . t ce by tke actios of ita Boars of Diipctars is ea racorS ia favor of aaS tut p!c'sed its egoi ts te tke aioptioa of 4 cifBstltutioaal aateaSmeat at tke ar . 1 tran-portatio- a . 3RODHHAD i I I I - .iices awm . m acttaa af tk Oaavker of Gaat- . ef-baamt, tnkea aritfe a viev s er i ry exyraa- kaa.'S, ?as b.t ia tke fotlewiiy resolutioa: .'.- .ejs, tke GeHerai Assembly at :s !t2l sassios adeptek a Gonatitu-saAmeadSaent ta ke KiiknateS te aa feteea of the stats for latlcatioa I Lie ?Iovember, 1917, election, under taTBH of wkicb, witb tke approval tke state author." es and the City uanail of the city ia wkich the teleae r aaaf alas are located, oae teleieae semsauy aiay purchase the uaaa ef aaatbar, ke it RarulveS, tke BVi kfar reaaueraa at seres the latsbur 1 atSuae eisctioa e..ttia teleaaoa amsaa aperutias ia tkis aute te mm .. liasa. Farm Iinplementsp f 1 General Merchandise LINE OF aa-'"- STOMACH TROUBLE j i a - - -- Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Mancy, Ky., sayj: "For quite 1 I suffered with stomach troubic. would have pains and a heavy fedjing after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my moath. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit k up. I began to have regular skk headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. 1 found they were no good at all for my trouble I beard a long while i'- ' THEXuDRDI i T ' . onttM af ;va; . a .' k e sanely ta -- ' ' ital ve ..: - .' . .aaV: iae jVaTeaih.-- elpctiaa, su.r-a- t aaaeaawat aa te las ke H "-- or aia fu; , j , If smafavuB i hn'asar er Caaaaaerca ke aataaauwa . . That tke Jre?iVmt ef tkt c:.--a r naaaer a li:-- . - 1 f LIVINGSTON ( : ac ': ilea ke saaaaalttee te ,T a r;i-;iAaaeaat east te tke at - ateaa v . y . at - a-- r - . ! aay. i .:i - u. - a f.-ej- . 1 i ?leB-inn- r. ' .., ( ci-- As ?mkly of tke tele ,ae aea, passed tke Seaate with tv r.ai? ' s f.i. y yetf and eaeouat . i tries whatever ia tk 'i hr rest assutatl I w of bath ss recertlzaii that oaly kr aieaa-ibicaataasa to the Caastitutioa I be state be saved tke asaey u asseass ( twe telepkoa ..tMis ia tke same coamuaity. Soma ef tke rarjer aities, yarticu arijr Ciaeianati, New Yerk aad Wask asfoa, earry recosa'zed that two tele- k.7 tre.i ware an unaeccessary a ea tke ceatnuaity aad aeTer &: era si te vera tkaa eae eoMyaay a Vaaauiaa far a teleekaae system, with the result that every telephone user a each ef these cities Is ia direct cammualcatioa witk every ether sua sari her. Burden In Kentucky. Ia Kentucky, ia tke early atsges ef the development of the telephoae huai eoaipaBie numerous ness, small They did aot eaa vr&im areaaized. : fti by ko:'r: ! . Caaatital m .ae v;.. '"aeral pit e! eiia.--e 0' . rr.ar.Winent. aiaejeWea; recommended very highry, so began to use it It cured me. I keeutt intheneuseah' the time. It is the best liver medicine matte. I de not have sick headache or stomach trenhle any more. acts on the jaded Bvsr and heJus it to do its imporuint work of throwing eat waste nntefhiis and poisons from ths system. This medicine shooed be in every household for use in time df need. Get a package today. If you feel sluisJi, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh Price 25c a package. All druggists. BlacH-Draught ow. m( ONE CENT A DOSE il'''- " 0 RaB a ;1 s4 CHAUBBstLAIN fl COUGH RICH EDY THE UOhiT irregi lar lines x . i f;-- i . The Krvant mill, now located RBXlABLaa, on Weat Unin street, has lately AfVrtaany yaara' experience m Ilia use of il and other cough suaea a big coal oil engine and ill add a story to th- - building, modirinua. Ihara are inany who filling il convenient fr Chm'irisin'tt. inr other mscbinery up with manufacture for the recsville, Mrs. A. C. Cirstaia, -nd sajki.ig the Bryant brand 111., writes. ruambarVaia'sCauhg f meal which baa gained a Ki'Biadv has been SBwdJ ia bbt sf briujtr right in top far Bt"thar's korae and mia? f qnali'v an J popularity. feare, and we atwavs feaad it 4 qQick enre for ca'd8 aad bronWe had it ta be Colds Relieved chial troubles. sect, dlffereat kinds ef eenipaeat tha a a' reliable oaagh medi ware aad she etaadard af ataia eiae we have used. ' Without Dosing rcp-uralioi . 1 . ,( teaaace was aat uaiversa), which re the advaaceaient ef telephene - 5-- . - 'd. i jrat 1 re-eiv-- d . CASTOR IA ,), Ii yen have arieal 'Ijitenl" Bsedietnea T Nearly ahthaut sueoass, we wast yen to try the "External" tnwtaieat every caataiuaity ia Kentucky kas, a! Tick's The BoOM aj saaa is usd'er Salve. Apply hot wet towels over time ia Its kistary, experiences' eaia tha threat sad chest to opea the pores, then aWTUUI Br th a teleakeae war taut easeadered ohligatioSk te IB mb Tick's ia well sad cover with n warm aaa-rbard teeflajra, as each aide had its er- - mhai seat 'heir aaaael cloth. Tha body warmth releases artiaaas, aad the tabhc has ueB de heaUag vauors that are tahaled with each a aae' rived af the caavenenea an1 areata and, ia sdditaQa, Tick's ta absorbed hi u tarengh the pone. 26o, See, or $1.00. ios .'atora.v siy that eie te4ebene system astavea btosThe aakiia Bate, est is thereusbly These lots atSJ gtav:. sBsBsaMBmaanasjaj mas mtos r aratActad QBdar tke yreaesed Cenisti In addition to their antomah le tatieaai aatadaieBt. as ae purchas. eaa ba asade witaaat the aeaseat ef aaen:v they baVe a hrstr elass me Qity Gauasll. Tke passase ef tke garage and la it a daso me biH, prev.dtBr far fhe CeastUutieaal and auta davfDr, Tarn ABseadaieat aad the praeUaally uaaai ehanic l.iB&KTY BUNU SOLD. sa the jab bmus vets it reealved ia the Ueaerall O'U a fa wke h ' filir.ens Bask reports $11,000 Aaaeaibty ta evieeace that tt wasr0a-aBrvait ia mare passed ia raapaaaa te a ajoetBf.M wbea it seme sold; ftsalc of bit. Veraon M.'-eO- , a aad papular daaiaad far rahef tram limsies, Haarys end First Skate Hank of Livings- So disabled ba terepaeaa awadrOwaa it mbm. avtAf.itaa baa 12,900 The Peoplea Bank se i aiaies more piaatedia. ke Bl with Notts B c "Yap-0-ltu- b" h . i ra aariig IPORJJB" . irt r)bt a "W! Al.. .f I SOUR STOMACH. 1 E . n.A-.fr- A j . 1 ..... ..... 1 ! Tu laod tbaroughly. abstaia from eat far a fsw days and iu most ases the sour stomach will die appear. If it doef not take aae if Chamberlain's Tablets immed- RA naeata ktiniifir ttre moat likely to cause sour stomaeh and you may una ft nest to cot them out. llll Uhe we """ V w, era aot selling as all e inscript..w.w. thmk not, the following ions are taken through the Bank , w vw itlv afr i Thia leaves 'sestence contains every letter of alt. Vernon. ttockeaatle abort about $10,000 of the alphabet: of bar allotment. Can't these be "Quick brown fox jumps over the lay dog." oftea aaed when sold by tomorrow night. October 27th is the last day. Bur a Libpracticing on typewriter I Ghildre'n Ory Children Ory FLETCHERS FOR CA8TORIA Grazes eouaty aext be Ihe til tomorrow most westerlv in Keatueky i eaiiesrekSB OBfT ihe ouly rectangular in the state FOR FLnOKm all of its berder linea being atraight. All the othara have N erty Bond today, don't wait un- CASTOaimV MT.VLRNON SIGNAL . at Druaiinond s store. $f. au I With nfeach interest ws have naatad any thing like Has ait - ia his keme at Rieluaeaal Saa-daleather shoes get watched the eampaigu of signing tion that the County School Fair usoraieg at aa early hoar. them at Fish's. pledge cards by housekeepers aa- - did, which was eld here last He had arottea ap at the usual 7 waat taQommualfy with IONAL That good Eldeau and A. 1 eeniing te do their bit in helping Saturday. The drizzling rain hour aad had dona some work Purity flour ii.55 par bag at save food. We think that about kept away more than twethiids around tse koaie, aud seemingly Drummond' stnie. seventy-fivpercent of all who and even with that there were was in his asual health. He was found dead sitting before tbe Corn is selling for $1.25 pr have had the epportanity have more than 100 rural school while many have ran and more than a score of fire. Heart trouble is supposed card, bushel in the tiuld and not very turned the canvassera down, caunty teachera. Early in the te have brought about the sudmanj are anxious to sell at that a n Bfr Vmm 4 borne have been impudent and day it look.d aa though there den eud. Ue was 56 years old price. took occasion to tell the solicitors would not be any of (be school and is aurviveg by hia widow TABLE. TlUt. Those fount fellows you j wwion nn wiii jj. nut njiTjrii.fii anu it waa a gneri and four litt'e children. His 11 aerta. with the Belter suita on arc Fish weuld uae it aa thev aaw it. oth- .truant ', torrnarminanta wife waa a resident ef Stearns, t..C a m customers. Fiah's have one for 24 rtH j - had .bun mult for a irreat (lav McCreary Bounty. The Heasleya en intimate Wat tney rear red12 south w. .. n:43 "'- ju. Ilr, r.uto vriih Knllu w era omcera will come and take in ut. Vernon Uu Friday niarht Had reaided ia Richmond only a Hi ateuth Jan past 80 with horse and their food if they sign cards, was 'the declamntorv conttat in few moatha. Allen Baasley waa las. LavDKVM, Agent. hUa'gr to sell Stock Condition This is mostly ignor.nce, but the which two yuttg ladies, Mjss the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Puoue Ho. 8. Puwder iu Uockcastle County. excuses are all so much alike it Margaret Fish, of the Huekeye Allea P.eazley. Hia father has Varaaa, K.J. Paawtaaa Salary JS per moulk. Address has the seund of pro German school and iMias Jkbaa Carter, of lung Baste goae te bis reward but l.ud at tha Mtt aii ' 9 Indualrial Kldg , Iadiauapolia, propaganda, and sk iws 'now light- the Latigford school conteted. the mother, Mrs. Mildrsd Beaa- ly setae peeple regard their Ind. Tke Judges Mafia Bradley u J, ekese heart bleeds because P K US0 A L tt the GefetuisenT. that MaKaii'uu abai Mr SueQce gave ef ths death ef ket sea, reside A small child of Mr. end Mrs. Prof T. J. Wall is driving a Henry Daily fell into a kettle of they did not care how thev tre: tetl firt award to Miss Carter uud ia Lansaster with her sen, James the girl who solicited them, or A. Beazley. The other survivers bcw flivver. boiling water Wednesday and probably did unt realize they were second to Miss Fish The Saw are: Mrs. VY.W. Havs and Mr. Louie-villHeunwtt Bras band of Loudon, George Owena waa in badly burned about the hips and dealing with a Government offic- tight CM pieces, moat of last week on buai legs. The little fellow is doing under the tu'or-ahi- J. L. Ueazley, ef t'uis city, Roy S. ial, juat the same as an internal of Prof Deeidue furnished Beazley, ef Orlando, Rockca-tln as. verv nicely. revenue man, when thev had a the music and was greatly en county, aud Mrs. W. 8 Beazley, Rusael Proctor was home from Rockcastle's purchase of the call f; 0111 these canvassers, with joyed. In fact we doubt if any el' Los Angeles, Cal. The burial Winchester .this week visiting Second Liberty Bond sale totaled the ahield on their arm. These musical company that might oceured at fjancaster Monday afhome folks. $21,soc, far short of the allot- women had volnntered to work cone to Mt. Vernon, would he ternoon after funeral .services by Mrs. W. If. Baker visited he ment. For our part we ara fr the Faderal Government with- appreciated and enjoyed as were Rev. Hudson, of the Presbytereon in .Cincinnati from Seuday aahamed ef such a poor showing, out uaj, so help ua in the time ef the boys and girla ef Sue Ben ian church Deceased was a until Wednesday. aud we neit who make as the amount could easily htvs treat natural distress, clever aan aud his most excellent Mr. and Mra. John Taylor have oreu more than pray that the time may never iMi.aie and many friends kere and eLscwhere doable that demonstrate that they moved to one of the Kruger auouat. otne when our peeple will b have lied Jthe right kind of b are pained at the aaaennceasent bricks on Wain street. teresd to f;el the haad of the struction from Prof. Decidue of his acuta). Interior Jouraal. Lruger is putting a If our soldier boys ge bare- iuvtrnment laid more heavil? on wbostarted the bnd a little over Washington. Oct. JJ9 The wa.t August - ted It will not be the fault of them, bat since our boya are new roof on hia residence aad the War (Department .that he-- gone to France by Selective Draft a year'agW: The hit which cutlook is utcst uverabie for the improving it iu other ways. allied armies, declared Secetary justerdered seven millien paits we don't understand how people brought loud and cwntinued Mrs. C.C. Williams and daughwas the reading by Mra Baker, iu his weekly review of she-- s t That is sure soma At home can feel sueh entire ftea ter, Miss klssts, have been in shoes, and as Blly Poynter, ef dem a a soma pr fess to feel M. t. Peuningtoti, of London of the siluatioaef the allied farces Louisville since M'Uiday. that familiar and favorite pro on the froat V day. Mt. Vernon, would say, it will Call after call will be made for duction, "That Old Sweetheart Mrs. C. H. White left Saturday keep their fert ut of tne mud." The secretary admitted that morning for Usrrisburg, Illinois -- Richmond Pantagrapia (Jet. 20 help and expression", till we will ef .Mine." hr James Whttcomb iOTeloplOCull of utuiest imper know who are loyal Americans, with her to spend a week or Uaee, eo.ua of them very Kilev Saturday morning at The fifteen vaar old daughtwr who are srlflsh, and if there are o'clock husband to the alhea had resulted started the basket ball f Mr. snd afra QouvjC) Burtea any Geraaai sympathizers wh frum recast Wattles, batexpressed Davia came hoia game between Mt. Vernon High Cbas C illsf are. These are times to try Tuewdaj with a auver case et Jied yesterday jut s the clock school and Sue Bjanett which utmost eonideuae in the u'.tiuaaU the souls of paople who are being He haa suffered rang out the hour ef 12o'clocs rheumatism. resul.wd in a vietory for the Tat outcome The decea?d was a bright, at baptised with the baptism of Are ter of 25 to 2 "The twe eutstaudiug feature The rest of the iiuciuelf for the past twodajs .ractive girl and the loss to the and loyalty to the nation and out day was in jadging sad in of the situatiou are the relentless apent discharged parent David Craig was seetna more than they own fleah and blood will show. apectiwu of the splendid exhib- - British offensive in the Yprei Wednesday froat military ser- can bear. M. Pennington, Chairman, The burial will takr its and in speech making, the ""cat. resulting vice because of defective eye- place today Rockcastle County at Maretburg bury beiug BnfJfauM ' strategic imparlance, sight. He returned .home las ing ground. Councilof Defense. principal speaker Pilkvnton Mr. Spetice, County! and the suddcu wellaiuicd thrust night. Ladies skirta in black and fan Attorney E. R Gentry and others !et tn French aorth ef the Aisne Mrs 'I Vela Payne ago about 4 E. J. Auderson will meve hia Prof. Lyon who labored day and riTr." h family to Flapnagan next. Hon years, died at her koaie aeer cy at J.so at Prummejnd'a Th further stated for past wceCta to rnak. Mew spring gingham just reday. Mr. Anderson haa accepted Sand Springs Monday after an U was h that this, the tirst county fair a sue-- lhat a poaition of the L. & N eecliec illueas of ouly a few a few weeks ceived at Druuimend's. w,rt readeuing their cess, was greatly dissapwinted Alli of dropey. Tae deceased was a at Flanu&gau. Wanted: Irish potatoes will that so many were kept away by !cPe ,f lr1"1 in aramuuM. Buck and Sam Cummins wer. Miss Hsyse before her marriage pay $1.25 per bushel. the rain hut ia plraaed Jwith thai Regarding Italian reperta Mr. dawn from Corbin Tuesday to at- An infant baby only a few T. J. Pennington. outeonie even Mail was. Prof. Biiter ld: tend the burial of Mrs. Teed months old and the husband he rcmcauhered that "I Overcoats, Overshoes and Over-all- Lyon asks us to defer publiah-Payne. Buck says Cas Cox is do aurvive. The aunal took place yesterday. at Fish's for every man and ing a list of priae winnerc until in May of last year, the Austrians ing nicely in Corein. boy. next issue, at which time a com-- ' attempted an cnslaught stuiilar Mr. snd Mrs Carter McDowell To the users of electric Notice: th prcseat ouc. At that time plete list will appear and an out- and childrea, ef EastBernatadt. lights. All bills are The Dixie Highway Magaiine, due on thu Austriaus won notable early spmt from Friday eatil Monday first of the month for current published at Chattanooga, says: lint 0 the plan for next yeara victories only to be drives hack." fair. with Mrs. McDowell's parenU, used the previous month. Bills "The situation in Kentucky is Mr. aad Mrs S. S Pailey. Rockcastle not paid by the lo of the month moat encouraging. moved 10 per cent .will be added. We and Laurel counties are in the W. H. Kreuger has COLORS. RELIGIOUS his law office over Peoples Bank can not cartry accounts, neither limelight, and all Kentuckians of in one of tne rooms occupied b can we make one to a dozen are pushing for the raising One gains a new conception of the dignity County Attorney K. R. Gentry. trips to colleet a cdollar light the necessary 'funds to put with fund ;of :$50,000, to of Mr. Gentry will occupy the bill. We trust that those to the State the motion picture art when he sees the complete the stretches thru these other room. whom this may apply will be Life George snd Teed Payne were governed accordingly Mt. Ver two counties so that the Eastern great Pathe production in colors, Division of the Dixie Highway be home from Camp Taylor Sunday non Power Co. which will be shown at the an open thorofare between the of our to see their mother, Mrs. John F. P. Ellis, of the Johnson North and the South." Payne, who has been very sick. Boone theatre on Nov. 7. We are.advised th.t the amount The boys report all Rockcastle City Buick Co., Johnson Citv seven part masterpiece was produced boys enjoying good health and Tenn. passed thru Mt. Vernon of private subscriptions to this last Sunday en route home from fund now amounts to more than getting plenty to eat. with a great cast and epitomizes all that is three Buick $45,ooo. Mrs. Jalia It. Gentry was Flint, Mich, with cars. Mr. Ellis said that he hundreds called to Lexington Monday EVANGELISTIC bERVlCES AT best in Scriptural visualization. Miss Wees had encountered some very bad THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. weeks training under roads in the North but found of scenes are magnificent, being a complete ling, of Washington, D. C. in We began, on Thursday even nothing that compared with the preparation for the Food Conser stretch between Mt. Vernon and ing, a series of meetinga which revelation in color work. vation Campaign which the Gov After climbing Gaule? will continue for about ten days ernment expects to continue London. he settings and backgrounds were most said that his confi Each service will begin at seven mountain along different times during the dance in the Buick had increased o'clock except the Sun 'ay ser carefully chosen and give the true atmosphere winter. vices. These will ;be at eleven loe per cent. Ut. Vkukok Iy. Nov a, 117 If you wait t ntake sure The Council of But mm N at. SCHOOL FA lit Ne event at tha . lias a ' Allen .Hyasley, wall kuowa in sitaaferd, where he waa hern aad aa a t a. t a MBajejJ 4 cad -y getting solid w J rM Y ! e child-signe- d mkmr t N . Pyi' ' 'r M n?v X ?X Hifa MT A fe vi f - - "s i I iU "-- " . ..... di.-.o- oi - !S SHP The OutdAJ'A who needs a heavyweight union suit, is just as well taken care of by us as the indoor man who uses a light or medium weight garment. Come and see. ' ebli-ftatieu- S a l42--d- -Kenosha-Kjrosed-Krotc- V l? p e h . F mP union buits We have them here in all V' T 1 sizes and fabrics in light, heavy and medium weights, kind-hearte- Pi and the kind best suited to your requirements. O---i-- '- e ap-pUus- e, lo 1376 Means Ivtaster Materials, Smooth and Finished Workmanship, a guarantee of Valua and Servlc;. M.xriy styles for your choice .Lon or Short h;i3eve Ankle or "Vrd LcCkgth. Quality Since s W oufav-erabl- e i Sold Exclusively from SIGNED BOXES Which Identify thm Genuine KLOSED-KROTC..id COOPER? QUJ UTY Two Big Advantages which coat nothing extra, but ore worth much to you. 4 H aatiai THE CASH STORE aili-nigh- t to scrtr7 1 KSS3SS9 uufrnjagSSSSL c 1 ""t Leaders In .Mens Wear Since 1887 Gulf The Beautiful ALA. Coast MOBILE. 9 4 "MOTHER OF MYSTICS" $0! "Here we Rst", uffiordhaf, to the meaning of the word 'Alabama". We are at a terminal el a delightful trip on the Louis ville & Nashville Railroad The early explorers lnl well when thyy founded tha French which wore begun under tne brothers de Bienville aud coi-onir- GREAT FILM IN ''The Savior' Way This lra The The Mobile lies at the mouth ef the Mobile Kiv.?r, wbiah ia formed Many proby the junction of the Alabama and ToSBhigbat rivers. of the interior come tLwn those iivers: cotton aud lumber ducts iu large quantities is uawo, and coal from furthur north. Mobile harb r affords accomodation at her whaifs for both of Mobil is some thirty tailas and tourist tram.; The-citfront th?(rQlf ef Mexico and it is a delightful sail up the hroad winding entrance to this city, Mobile which has a population of 73,080 souls. Freut the water's edge there is a gradual rise of ths land which leads to attractive hillfl and ravines, upn which are located oeautiful southern homes old and uew and tha shell ruada are a boon te the automobilst There are few cities in the world which possess so many beau-tifstreets that ruifht UU termed boulevards -- Some of them resemble small portions of Paris. France or Brussels. Belgium as war. it was before the present devastation from the Europ.-aMobile are lined with some Monarchs of a cenThese street in tury of Natuie's production -- the grand old elm and water oaks and not a few are embellished b th hoary gray hanging moss eons-aaeu-ial d'lberville ul Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barnati Grider Burnett and Mrs. Farmer, of the Ottawa aactiea were in town yesterday. Mr and Mrs Harnett hsve two sans, Allen snd James Jr. in Pt Benjamin Har amp riaon umoere iremmg and we will wager a nrw hat that these two boys get cemmiaaioas as offlcera. News has been received here that Lieut. J. J Bethurum, who was loeated st Fort Blias. Texaa, has received another promotion and that he ia now Assistant Ad jutant and assigned so the atat Be has also f the General. made Jadge Advocate. been Jake's rise in the army has been rapid. Two years sgo he was a private in Company G. He was expected te pay Kentucky viait this week but since his promotion he haa decided to postpone his coming. a. m. and seven thirty p. in. We The second game of Basket extend a very courteous invitation Bull of this season was played to all who will attend the.e ser last Saturday on the Mt. Vernon vice and insure All who cornea grouuds. The game reaulted in warm welcome and Ohristiau a victory for Sue Beneet of courtesy. London by the score of 25 to I. Beginning today sll letteas of The game was iphtyed ia a dris-xlm- the first class must have either rain. The enly feature a three, a two and a one er was a pitea by Cox, Mt. Ver- three sue eent stamps affixed. g of the East. So many of the scenes are fairly dazzling in their beauty that it is difficult to tell which is the most attractive. The Wise Men journeying to Bethlehem, the boy Christ in the temple, the entry into Jerusa- lem, non's star forward. Next Saturday Mt. Veraon faces Londen Hiah School ou the home grounds and are cenideat ef Wantud: 4O0 men to work in the presentation The people of Lexington agreed ateel plant at liiddletown, Ohio. Biblical quotation, te raiae $8. loe of the $io.eol Wagee $S.8o per day and up. the whole absorbing of its kind. Dixie Highway fusd to complete Theae mea are wanted for the this Roc kcaa stretch shell shop, to make shells for' production is handled in a most reverent and they have more than done U. S. Government. Apply to and intelligent spirit, and it has been justly called that. They have already raised American Roller Mills Middletown, O. more than J3.6O0. This shows of the half dozen greatest accomplishments E. Abnev, Agt. one Oct 11 8T. what ether communities thiuk et the motion picture 0f ne road e;uestvon and it seems CROUP. that its time for this Livingston If your children are subject ., . to Parkers Creek route to be sur to croup get a bottle of Cham- . I ShOW Will Start 1.3U. . ,.m " Remedy, snd . wm . veyed so the Dixie folks can get berlsiu's Cough LOCAL. on be busy and make this road for us when the attack cornea -- .honld b.p,Md,o t O.U.h.1, fo- r-. Cdaro, quality dark brown At get this road aa a free t gift if pri8ed at the quick relief whkh hoary others want to make it for us. it affords. I Su ho Drummoud's store. victery. Postal cards require two cents. The cards used now will have to have a ene sent stamp added. Drop letters two cents the betrayal by Judas, the demial by Peter, the Scourging and the Crucifixion are among those which stand out in the memory. Each of the scene is captioned by a direct Government street is tne most impming, and hrauchitsfl from it are many attractive park-likcivic st rests -- nude heaotilul through the care of eoope ration There can scarcely be found a dnru na re beautiful by Natures ewn painting -- than ulna Mobile Bay. bv sunset in the summer time, or a' Autumn it is one never to h forgotten Mobile is a citv of education, culture and pernaps interesting censervatiaa, vet it is a city of true hospitality, with a touch of what remains of the old regime of French, English and Spanish It is a city that has beea iuder live flags," and many et its people bear the distinctive features or their ancestors, in its many women, and courteous "old school" fine loekiag even beautiful that aways with the pas-i- n bfssa , e Mobile is fast becoming an all year round res rt, with fine Hotels, and all centering around its historic and beautiful Bienville making most The tie-Laur- she originate the "Mardi Graa," and she yearly still was the first to calls thousands to herself at that festival time These desiring outdoor recreation j will find it iu and around Mebile, in abundance. Small steamers ply between her auburbaa health reserts: beautiful Fairhope, jBattles Wharf. Point Clear, Magaoha Springs, snd other attractive spots; which are made more beautiful by Nature's hand, and where health giving ozone is freely given from the Gulf of Mexico. In addition, Mobile has excellent golf links, a fine Country Club, plenty of good fishing, aud automobihng over roaJs that cannot Square. Mobile ia often called "The Mother et Mystics " beeaase I - ... . TT,WZ. ATNIGHTat7ando'eloc Admission Price 15c . M A 1 NEE at Admission Price 10c and 20c, - art. be surpassed. Old Mobile is unlike any other city on the Gulf. She has her ewn attractions, as well aa those of her surroundings. A few 25c. W weeks stay there and mingling with her people cannot be but well spent. She is alsq a city of Clubs, and geuuine hospitality. A Teurist Welcome Club, among othera. heartily welcome! all vUitora te th's eity ef de Bienville and d'lberville Carlyle Porter. Mebile is located in tne neauutui Luir uoaac region ana eonvuetly reached from the north by the supurb steel passenger trains Advertisement, & Nahville Railroad. dab's Liaiuanlh - , li-To.. .. 1 5rUD32D PrllNT -- ,..,, CIVIC BODIES i AO QH0-WAYSiQ Q00""Ty7lM MARtT NQTLS QO"0 PSESS FAVOR For Infants andj ? Idregb Mothers Knaw That r ALCOHOL" T.ii ' ' T" Av?lu"-11,1 Our Madison county road in specter waa asked what rcasoab THE AMENDMENT ha presented for exemptions from the army draft: "A wife and cold feet" wars Tbke Is wide spread iatwrest thrijtfpt..i the state in the coastitu his reply. He got the exemp-t:o- n tion'l nctmlntent pcmltttB' vj button. nt r"--ans- Every One of Them Said "We'll Deposit Our Money with the I f ens telaysioas eu..:;--i- y '. r.tVT. ---- I R5? 1 :j;jjUngUieStegagw a""""-- stmiialmnienw "' ,.. :"- - Bears the V " M , $h SW! tr nwnw.iito 7V-- J Cheerfulness Md There Signature 01 ff Mineral. iiwiir.- - A ! cI r Sn ; A"-- " aawther, wbiob was adopted by the lax Lsjisiiiturs, and v ch vfil Lf vote.' (emiHj; Noveanher ei uaa at an-- ' lien. Ofc.tL'.fc-- rs of Commerce eivie h9lie in a largfl number of av adopted resolutions er. ersjfag t aSiPniitient and plcdrinr Us paaeagf t'selr effiTits New?i8iirs thrnuarhout the state also fndo:8ing the amendment ana th iir.itortance of a favor..lji vole by the people. T! MaOadaMat to the consitution which Is mr(i a part f Section Sol cor-yaauie- a Wabd has some conctete the hotse and bugj still has the automobile skined the block. The horse will keep in the road even when hues are not held an As a count-,y n djrNk. 1 ' ". y,? i M ' convenience v.:rf7 1 auto wont. The good women el the Red Cross are doing splendid work lot th sold its v bovi. We also notice that many are now taking their knitting around with them and working as they talk. The fact that our country is at wai ana that it is a serious affair in which the help of all will be coming needed, is gradually close to home. The men do not feel the seperatious and anxieties as do the women foitcs bul the time is not far distant when every home in the couutry will be saddened b) news from the front. While it seems that victory is sure the cost in blood ami money vvilsJtM terrific. it as Wswers: "Pfo?i- wd, however, that telephone Cv ; tpan!cs may air ire hy v lease. 6r purchase otherwise; aK.i opera; ', T.ral!el or competing BSChaaswa, linea nd tnaetnrna, and the nronortp of other telephone companies, if the railroad 1 This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. -- . rrX7Dmiihfof DMitwaj -"-.- ?3 Constipation and M anoirrvc... .. - J use For Over IS v ' iwcir -.LOSS "r tiniittieftfronnrad,,v- - Facsimile Sn2LOT YORK Thirty Years i II HIP Ci ' ti im II ! c itxsct bafflf of W: super. THE ItNTAur. KM' CI- - t&Mtn. M&i&mBmammBBMBsmak& irtt.: The Beautiful Gulf . HTHE BEAUTIFUL THING about th- - Gulf Coast l)etweeu New OrlflMM and I'ensnc l;i, is t h .t it is ;t leal p1u iolk from grotiud, summer or winter a playground iur norther Novctnlx-to Way, and lor Southrons daring the ciunnur moiitLa. You caL t aak ter inucli nioiv of placid nature than has been expended on the yulf littuntl r Coast e i ' between NwOrWns and Pensacola. Tnere ai-- pine wood?, forecte of living huujf and uivbteriou, loutr stIethe of vundiujr, iadd roads, oakk. all iu woodland paths, quaim southern hamlets and modern resort keentiny with a where vmi can Baring a liainmciv all day and ty and active life, lovelv water, droue in the narcotic air. And there is the uaikling for the the beach, the surf, talt waterside. boating, tihiutf anything aud everything that calls -- municipal vherin such property or a y part thereof is located shall also first consent thereto as to 'he property wi'hln its limits, but under any such and operation toll line counectlens with the property so acquired shall be continued and affia ained undr an agreement hsiweea the purchasing company and the toll line companies then furnishing Each service, and in the event they are unable to agree as to tee terms of suofe an agreement the railroad commission r such ether State cemrnissieB as y have jurisdiction over such Blatters, shall ix the term of suck agreement." Chan. hers of Commerce which have pakeu rrsoiuuwHs iHTtuuig me auiruumen: are those at Bowling Gren Shelbyville, lien Frankfort, deion. Middlesboro, State Chat.. bet of Commerce of Louisville, and ethers Qait s number of newspapers hav envy, sed thu amendment editorially. both at points where there are two tei kwat systems and in cities where Tkure is only one system. Tk Aiidaraon News, Lawreaceburg each Ky.. tute eomciision cr .u .! ct'e-otniclssloa y.s nay have inr'i over such matters shall firdt consent thereto, rtrd if. further, r he-fio- OO O vV ff WATCH o o n MO v j Kxmmiwtin'ii.. mnjf.mivjmmuwvi.wi.i- .-. :.. ? -- -- iETiSs That Winchester man who is carrying Jim Maret's rain evader arouud would do well to come across while coming is good. W. O. 5 Ts-cs- r- r- -r T. Jones writing from PoDepartment, City of New York, .Second Inspection District, 156 Greenwich Street says: "Your letter arrived and was! dissapoiuted that you were un-Sam J. McMullins of Level able to get up to New York. Green, was called to the ranks. We hid all arrangements made lie issued a sale bill of his live to give you a rousing time. lice 1 m zn m Mx. Vernon DROP IN OUR NEW STORE On South Side cy West sV-al- n Street - says: OOINGJ SOUTH on the Louisville " & Nashv.lle mfttction f joeuf living, even if ywu wanied to da that. At every stop thronjte and age alike, getting on or oft the of people are going and coming-you- th rain. Laughter nd hreeiy, piinny, fragrant air greet ou. It in moreover a in surroundiiigb of homely comfort or of luxplace of aane, ualural outdoor urious eaee, whichever you prefer, i it in a locality of ancient and hooorami the anil rinoe the lir from holders traumas u0 lae emir a ajc.;-.flay of the white aeitier. Taey ;uiic ftm we.couie with a Kately, southern and have put a. jo .r c iapewal the beat tunc borne land affords. Bverj aai east their votefor reaort and every oM piau'.a.'oi- - borne ii shaded hy age old anorrtral uak an this aaaendTHeRt." grown ever with traiiln tinti, rotes and per male; and they all look out eve. Mesaenge Ky., The Danviile, the gulf watare, at the dan Ing wave, the scudding sails, the beach and tin says: eurf If you can't find haj,nnegk down tore In th' golden sunshine and anion;, "It is hoped that the people will the counties divrrsiena and attrsvetio of that playground, don't go aonth ill reeseaatbai ami vets tie SHad-meej- , winter exrjecting to fine your "Fromiaed laud " f.r vun'll have only you, the as It is t'ne only way In it not to Ik trouble lor yourrama. Kc racacer tj t xit.ts ami great r n.ft it whfn the public in some locali-tis- s found. The winter rliuiate is ideal, not ai c sjufortahle warm, lu. mosWrate mm bracing, putting snap ai.d ginger into the syktem. will ever have decent serv- Railroad, after fou leave Mobile, il is impossible to escape the jy ! "Two telephone lines in any eGuatwunity, both contending for supremacy, are a perfect nuisance. e Tw's telephones in a private are too expensive to maintain: two telephones in a business kesse are sn expensive necessity; the General Assembly haa eome to the rescue of the people it they will accept its aesisr-aacanaago te Ike polls in reai-slene.- Among stock for October other things the hand bill said: "I have beeu called by Uncle bam to go with the forces against that mad-dog- , the ruler I canuot feed this of Germany. stock and tight the Kaiser also, so the stock goes to the buyers and 1 go with the boy to Berlin to aid iu sending trie Hoheo-zollern- s to that hotter climate to where good old Mar.se Henry has been consigning Watersou them for many months." Oth. You will find our stock clean and fresh, and our prices rig lit. '-. e No-vsaik-er ti ic Many ministers complied with the request c t the Governor and Commissioner of Public Roads' n quested to deliver good roadt sermons on October 14th thruou the State. The writer would la glad to have more copies for ex tracts of ths srrtuons delivered in southby our prCfscsHMM eastern Kentucky, Address box 399 Winchester. Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky is ioe of the trhjji says: travelers take to find their particular cho'ce and for Ulia "The Interior Journal favors th amendment and will vote for purposs ths train service of the Louisville f) Kaahville Railroad is convenient. it. One system answers the de You can top everywhere, begiaaiag at Mobile, und stay a frw hours, a few aana! and two are as annoying s day or as long a you wish. It is a facinating vagabondage that will bring you eventually to the place of your ultimate desire You can. alsj. if y t they are useless. The demand la cuooe. slap y ur ssotar cai to Mob.i- - aui o in isr regular to iriug along lie fer gcai service, not for nultip'ie-gulf -- the road are ail goon and the oonntry is f acinating in theextr ins Hi ef eaeanges. Then, too, the Undn it background of faci co a long t of interesting tradition ami rosnaat c expense ef twe systems must he legends conceding this locality, and the "atntosplteee," while wholly Amer ecr dred. This is jest double, can, has the foreign flavor in oJBcteut degree to give it diversity and variet anl in some caes more than douTopographically, the coast lire iow eadonrviag, riiu gently toward the hit. ble oh! no, don't give us more terland. which i forested with pine, orokeii in the clearing, by rich and pn telephone exchanges, but better fluctive farm, anus. '!he shore line is imi h Indented, the huukerooa bay , bayous, ' "saunds" and lakes giviig a aeemingly endless aud all surroundin. This is the need at the aervice waterseape, Lying off the shoii is a line of lands, forming thjflfjfar huiwarl hoar. The amendment ought to of Mississippi Sound, and fronting.this area the. resorts thai hnwi'ii famoi s ear y." ainee days the tow is which began as of the rh'smh colonie. The Bewliag Greea, Ky., Time began under the brothers de Blenvuie and d'lherrlUe. Ad vert its meiit. Jeurssl says: "We Basnet tee highly oem-- - POURING along the Gulf Geast Th ice' -- Was over Level Green roatl Sunday to visit that grandsoi. of ours Some pretty bad places One near on tbts highway. Dee Cummins residence, one side of !oad washed rttt. Dan gerons for vehicles One mat could throw in rock that are i F shove' ar. handv ? pick .or an hour could make inroad passible and safe. Numbei neighbor, o 1! of Level Ci n en h ve been det tiring Vi; s Freedom ii coming to Mt Vei nou. te-m- llMJ: standard track directly serving iilllllliiliiii!llii!iiiSIIl:..:,;,ii.;;i,K bK-H- l 8000 Miles To the P TF YOU or yo i ij jiipi Itl) i;il;i IU . ' Alabama Florida Georgia information regarding v-;- n contemplate traveling to any point and desire t , Indiana Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri Ohio SouthCarolina fares, schedules, train ser- gf.fi vice, etc. rri' to your interest to can en or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the HUN lllnl I ! Ililll mII'I' NorthCarolina Southern Railway System Trains are operated on convenient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C. KING, Division Pstsenper Agent 1 18 E. Matia Street, Laxinctm, Kentucky I'il'H 11! III il -II Tennessee I! I1!1 til Virginia and th District of Columbia lllllllllllll!!lllll!!1 iii'iimiiiiiiiii rrrrrr ill 111 rr, l TBESOl. XT. hi &nMMj4frMx& BETHURUAJt LEWIS fl :t. ;. .. X$tX$ C. C. MT ATTOENgr-A- DrpoC3i: Ill aTTCRBEYh AT LAW hfT Will araatiee la all the eenrts. Ofice ia Bethumra Bailding. Jrs1 We MM &' Si E9 William LAW T wr.i.JlfAaw VEHNOMpIV fcY 13th, aUcOn Of course all are interested in m IXJ r, ed by thousands, in person o; the war. Here in the city rig uj spirit, resolutions were pass-- a thousands are embarking for loohiag to the calling an extra France aud they are netting; ordinary session of the St. te tboro. The ships are returning legislature for the ptirpr.se ' t and being loaded again aad 3K : yc&yCGJO&j j 9 enacting the following bib .1. o again for other journeys across law: to get the boys "Over There" "It shall be unlawful to pick Believe me Germany will soon J j up, beg, borrow or ateul, seixe, know that our boys are there .pnrnpriate. carry away, slip, I mean she will soon feel the o.-u-- j v.dtnce that it Aste.- biy i n . a their he:Ug ovt then lug, pilfer, purloin book, tote, I was passed in response to a wide obtain, recieve, tiloh, make off she already knows it. i was spread and popular demand for relief from present telephone with, abstract, crib, t cabbage, talking to a sailor who had just 2 : r.iNK convey, transport, bear g.un, returned from Franco. He went Middlesboro, Ky., Three States The and Robes && transfer or have in possession, over ash member of one of the aye: "Three States has far a number another man's umbrella, parasol, gun craws of one of the rriv ef years In the paat been a cen-sHe tells mc that rain canvass or showerstick, for transports e t egtfntflf f r th one ; things are going in great hape a linger period than one day, 24 jm.se - 5....j-system, showing where the ""-tt-J. will eae system could better and mare hours, provided said rain shield and that he thinks the economically serve the pnhlie has Jthe owner's name therein, be over by Christmas. Every JcmmmmmMTAMMjUkwmjtfLmmm than two er more systems. The be over thereon or thereabouts. Name- one here thinks it will expense ef twe systems is mr upon the public aad the umbersola shall be common by next fall. less betheratien and oonftmiea of barproperty. If there is anything of interest ing the walls ef your plaoe of Any person found guilt) of about good roads which I find buineas lined with taleeheaea, where one coald de the work Is such offense, upon or out at the convention I will lei sufiae'en reason why the suhhe any other old kind of evidence, you know about it. Also if tb'eWd demaad eae system." shall be condemned to board his there be literaiuta I will send it 'fh Oer line of (Jouch Casket; to you. niotheriulaw, ors mothers , i as the case may be, for a peri is Your teports to the 'Signal" fa3T of six months, and shall are very much appreciated by Hand-maded ,'omns furnishet peimit her, or them, to rule me and hit family, and no Harse sent to all parts of the roost during the days of her, doubt by all Rockcastle "boys the County .J or their, presence on his prem- and girls" in other lands ai well Times-Journa- ef Commerce in its effsrts to kecure th adoption of this amendment by the l voters. The is for the amendment, and will add its ffirts to those of the Chamber f Commerce to bring about the adoption." The Paducah. Ky., Sun says: "Ti-puhlic interest ia thoroughly protected under the proposed contitut'cnal amendment, as ao purchase can be made without the consent of the city council. The passage ef the bill providing for the constitution amendment and the nractieally naaal-raotr- s i vote It received In the the Chaaihe'e Oen-eia- At an Um broil I.osrrs cor in k vention, "aonrWhorw 1 The toouthern Commercial Congress is meeting here and they are booming things. They want to raise money to finish the road thru Kentucky as you will I am see by the papers which sending you. It gave me a great deal of pride to read in the papers this afternoon about the wonderful achievement of build- a road which connects the North with the South which will be ofj vast importance and benefit to persons going on tours as well as relieving the railroads from shipping when the trip can be made by the automobiles them-- 1 selves instead of hiring the' drivers. I am going up to ths conven- tion and tee if I can fi'id any one WHO Knows yon. to tiiat 1 can how him thai old Mt. Ver non played an important part in putting this fine road on the map. It g.iva ins a great deal of pleasure to see that the good citizens of Mt. Vernon are alive to the fact that they should have good honest and fearless oilicials for their town so that they m:iy have the laws enforced and ii this way have a jommunit where the citizens will not br offended by a few worthless per sons who wish to violate the laws. 1 sincerely hope to sec Hick Welch elected Police Judge and that he will deal out severe to drunken persons sentences who disturb the pence as well as other offenders against the ' BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. Come In and let us get better acquainted. Yours for business, P. Q. GRIFFIN MT. VERNON, KY. cp j ai all looo oool $ TALXd l?uKiS W i Pnjr 35Ji3 PeopTi business man knows THE value and convenience of a.'Ghecking Account; so das the likewise the prorvasivflj famer; nn.l. the basineea wouiaa. We shall le U to initiate people into details of keeping a checking fsoooont, wkl-awaJcti up -- to date professional man; 1 t. WILL BB GLAD TO iAKlj FOU THE HBW LrBKKTY LOAN WI2 YOrfR OfaOtM H VI)S. The Bank cf Mf Vernon warn OOO law tucl-y,- en Friday 000M UM ' , J a x :jhi.r4. :: OWBNS I SBANVIbLjii UNDERTAKER v., 1 " v. . t cos-ditiena- - s tele-phee- wr u PjMl ii: ,r m.-- Wi . Trt -- wffatifaife hnr-deaso- '! y I UNDBTAKBrl int-xtelhe J. C MoCLARY - in-law- OFFICE. Bank el" On Mt. Vernon, on" Church St. Special atten tion given collections. ard. floor of oaaiiA F01 FLETl.rit. oirwsSyn 'PNoNg 8o UHDERTAHER and EMBALMER ises. In ess of singiemen, the as home folks in my old stampipenalty slrill be attended to and ng; grounds." ... -regulated by their rivals in courting circles. FOR FLETCHER'S This statne shall be -- AH orders by Wire Promptly.Filled Children Ory W. A. COX, Phene 94-S M i. STANFORD, KY. CASTOBIA VERNON, KY.