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VERNON, ROCKCABTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1917 DUMBER CONGRESSIONAL mere nearly bring Kentucky's past "standard; lect that of r 1 A SVleShow f W9 1 Plush Coat THE new plufh coats arc j - tf tifia kIH ..-xmw A:; A Til and different. Our assort- ment of Bischof Plushes contains all the new ideas in lines, trimming, collar ideas etc. attractive ri u,. VKiw . ' ine woman who figures on a r us.i coat this Fall will do well to inspect these models. Sutton & McHee HT. YLRXOX. KY. n O"" Famota xr- :- , i:L5 r'-n'- - wt 7 uj r. 'A- - SS 11 'W rt & . " fV 7 I :; IP "Ci i r? - ?L, The rugged, enduring, vf i ire W rrr ground-grippin- g, UJMc 'MIH&i 1 - antiskid 'Chain ' Tread ' ; V c Next time you need a tire, buy a United States 'Chain' Tread. You will get more real service out of it at lower mileage cost than you have ever had out of any other make of woven rabric pneumatic. While you may hope we are right, we know we are right. We know, because we make the 'Chain' Tread. Ye Hnow because thousands upon thousands of motorists having once used the 'Chain' Tread, continue season after season to remain 'Chain' Tread users. We know, because the tremendous sales increases show a continuously growing increase in new users. Put one of these rugged, enduring, g Chain' Tread Tires on your car and make comparisons. ground-grippin- v T I fl fl ! Coftesma up to her old time I IK leTelof repecl from .the wh le UU I ould J. If. Rob- Nation, than sion. The following from the leading The Corbin Time is and wii: of their reap'- - be for him to the last republican The tiv.-- counties, w.uld indicate Utoit Corbie Times. tli-nresent incumbent Caleb Mr. Powers, has handed to us Powers, will not hve tbe republi- for publication his announcement Cr.n nomination lr.nded to him on for Congress for the August 1918 a stiver waiter in ii.'i8. primary, and it tippears in this There has been a prisistnt issue of the Advocate. The Ed rumor in the air tint the coming iter f the Advocate has sup Congressional race will not be u ported Mr. Powers for more one man affair. Wegatiier from tweaty years, both with money, the press of the state ;md espec- his vote, and whatever iaflooaool ially from the press of the he h-The Advocate has al-eleventh Congressional District ways stood sqarelj behind bira, that Judge J. M. Kohsiou, of aud we are getting o'd in his serBerbonrviUe, is tbe likely candi-dat- vice, aid we feel that before we Powers to succeed Mr. die we would like to support While we have not heard direct some other good Republican at from Mr. KobsioD. himself one time at least. We hae we have a pretty strong inkling come t tbe conclusion that Mr. frm the general aspect of politi- Powers feels that he owas the cal Lff.tiis that he may be "In Republican party, and will dethe ring McDoodle.'' Altho we mand that it keep nim in office do not know whether he is to witha salary too of about $9000.00 run or not we say, after due de- a ear, aa long as he lire. We liberation, in the event he does shall be forced to quit some time busy aud we lr.s opponent had better have t'ecided that now is at once and stay a' out his busi- as j.o.)d time as any to quit. We ness pretty regularly or some have fckid to Mr Powers several thing will be doing that he won't times that he ought to step aside like. and net ride his friends to death, It may be that our present and that the party had done member M Smells a Rat" and is enough for him, and that we shooting throogh the "good old could not conscientiously be for district' to take a peep at the him any more but with all, he political situation as well as to insists upou running. We think inform us on the outlook of the that this early announcement war and of his attitude on same aud his campaigning thru the Mr Robsion is well acquaint- district this fall is done with ed and well liked throughout the the sole purpose to bluff some district and should he run and other good strong Republican in be elected, as we believe he the district. The Advocate can would be if he becomes a candi not and will not support Ur date nobody can say that we Powers in this race. When Mr. haven't a real live wire in Con Powers was elected the second gress. time he stated that he would not We predict an almost certain be a candidate any more, and he republican Jvictory in the next had the same talk the third and Piesidental Campaign and in fourth time and now he has that event and Robsion in Con made up his mind to disregard gress our District wouia leceive the wishes of his friends, and recognition to which it is entitled hold it until he is defeated, and and even with ,the handicap of a in our judgement he will be deDemocratic Congress and Presi- feated by a large majority this dent they eould not say in the time. This is a great Republican language of our old friead, G. V. district. It has great interests Phil pot, "Wa had as well writ a at stake. Mr. Powers' most letter as tohava sent that feller". ardent supporters concede that Judge Robsion is aa eminent he is without influence at Washmember of the Knox County Bar ington, and has been ever since and was one of the delegates he has been there, not only with from this District to the Chioago the Democrats, but with the Reconvention which nominated Mr. publicans likewise, and he has Hughes. He is a republican of been unabla to accomplish anythe first water and well qualified thing of importance for this disfor the ;offie. Clay County trict, and since he has takes his Clarion. position against the Government as ne nas, ne win nave even WTe see in the last inue of less influence, it this could be "The Moantain Advocate", the Mr. possibler in the future. paper as we all know that is been drawing about Powers has isued in the hone town of our $9ooo.oo a year for this district, present member of Congress. Mr. and we are getting nothing iu re Caleb Powers, t rery strong Looking at it from a plaiu of Hon. J. M. Rob- turn. common sense standpoint, we sion for the seat in Congress (Continued on last page) now held by Mr. Powers. We have not the time just now to comment on the endorsement of that distinguished Lawyer, able Jurist, jjood citi1 1 r grPMnss among i.er former LOvll PERUNA Best All Around Medicine uioDelEvei Made Yon s Will - - Publish This lanta, Georgia, writos: "I suffered for tfteoa vrara with rheumatic symptoms. ' I1 runa cured Mr. V.. H. Edgar, V Coer St., At- -- Letter nfe H me and I toe best all around medic:n; rvrr made. I hope you will pablibli Jiia letter for the who suffer." Theca who object to liquid medicines can procure Peruna Tablets. n 12 d. 1 R.H. MILLER - LEADING ivlt. - DRUGGIST Vernon, Kentucky arj& 9 IP? smA BOH.' "Ur2otCCrHHaHHBn1aViHBKloBBaWaBBol K223F gt CALL ION US it you need anything in the drug line Prescription Work a Sptiiaty I A PHONE 39 B Square Deal may always be expected from a squre dealer. We deal In Squares and every other essential for Carpenter. Aad t'.ie Tools we sell are on the . 3h-- L as fP J&5 is? JXtirZS? i J,j '. Vt square, aceurste, strongly made and of the very bett and most reliable materials. All trades supplied with sll necessary Tools. Also, we carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at the most satisfactory prices. 885? Mt. Vernon, Yly. c. c. cox Opoosite 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. jin-geny TgAi.L0BANP United States Tires UV zen, openhearted Cr.istian gen- 4 y.v .V-S- Are Good ires I tleman, whose ability throughout the State stands second to no man in hi chosen profession, 'Nobby 'Chain' 'Royal Cord' 'Usco' 'Plain' k SSfi United States Tube and Accessories Ha-v- e All the Sterling Worth and Wear That Make Lmted States Tires Supreme Alto Tina for Motor Truck; Motor Bicycle; and Aeroplanes other than to pause ani say "We most iheartily endorse the sentiments contained in that Editorial and expect, if Mr Robsion enters the race, to throw the eol-um- Dull Sandals and Slippers -- of The Corbin Times opea v aa B vta I 7UW Jos lv; - 'two 3M r m A imrmninimn complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant Bros MRS. P. O bTUCHELL TELL-HO- W mer City. Pa. This remedy has SHE CURED HER SON been in use for many years. Its g ed qualities have been fully jOF A COLD. proven by many thousands of "When my son Ellin was sick people. It is pleasant and safe with a cold last winter I gaTe to take. him Ch&mberlain's Co gh Remedy It telped him a: once an; CERTAIN CURE EOR CROUP. quickly broke up his cold,' Mrs Rose Middleton, of Green P. O. Stucbell, Ho ville, 111 , has had experience in writes Mrs in the treatment of this disease. She says, "When my children were small mv son had croup frequently. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy altvays broke up these attacks immediately, and I have We teel that the mantle of never been without it in the house. 1 have taken it mvs. If Congressional honor could find no for coughs and colds with good shoulders that would more ably iOOU1", I bear the burde aer no intel- - interests, with our best wishe and most (earnest efforts .o forward his already great promises of suecesa. ror many years in tnts tion of the State, Mr. Robsion as been moat favorably known at the Bar as an acknowledged leader; as a neighbor and friend he is always welcomed; to the poor ;and needy, his hand and purse are always open; to the Churches and Schools his valuable friendship has been sought, not in vain, but answered with a liberality that is always to his a In wet places, the "Ball Band" Heavy Dull Sandal or the Heavy Dull Slipper will save your leather shoes, and protect your health. Their snug fit means more comfort and their extra-lonwear means money saved. Don't put off buying rubbers. It does not pay. It does pay always to ask for g "Ball-Band.- " All doubled up, thinking yon couldn't stand it another minute. Then your Mother would give you some Jamaica r 'member how it would hum going down ? but 'terectly your oor "little stomach would get just as warm and you could feel yourself getting easy. Ay, Bovs that easy sensation did feel so good ! II today you have partaken too freely of the green apples of Kxtrauagance and are all doubled up with the 'Volicy1' pains of Debt try the old fashioned remedy. Take a dose of Economy and . It will burn a little but it will ease you certain, and how crCod and happy you'll feel ! ! b-?s- t Hard-work- The First State Bank The Largest Stock in Rock-casU- e LIVINGSTON, KY. County is at CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIFf IN, w. H. CO rTONGI W, Vice-Presid- President ent The Cash Store C M. THOMPSON, Cashier MLVERNON SIGNAL Frtday, hi, Nov. 16, 1917 by matter before uutting their aignaturea on the card, and so far as v.e know, they are still "considrrinr' the matter im-)onai- it Pennington &aj - that about P: nd every Ftiday sevo;it-ti- ve jier cent of those EDGAJi S ALBRIGHT. who had the opportunity, signed the pledge caret. Wh ;t about the VKAK $1.0 twenty live per cent that refused pjascutrrfo? to sijrn'r Would the Doctor have Advertising totes vtace kuou? en any objection to have their i.ames nnbtislio-tTlmre are those who application . im it ace thesj nauKS h. Dr. ? KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION Certainly they work for what they have and they have that 22?. splendid right to do what they But, who guar please with it f (w p, i anteeea that rirht? Is it not th Government? rI hen, what about K. ai that seventy five per cent who gladly signed the pledge? Did the;. Thi man who - not willing i they too not work' for what If we are not mistake iave? b :t Ins ; ortSVU if the v::r bui the lines will be drawn and thnon n which now apou us isiv nbo are not for us are against us i izei h at en Alii' ri 01 ir. Bel Those wIid refuse will tell you Did not France, Serbia and wp wa- t t!-vt Allies to win. irinm work for what they had? b It by llii'ir acts say we want out Did they not have prosperous homes'? out what did the 'v. freedom and protection happy uu ranteed us, bv the sa rifice-o- f Kaiser and his armies care? Lord help such per Where are those homes now? others We do not lelieve that a mother - not wan the I evil s.ri. wnh a son or brother iu France;, 6S pom can not tx would refuse to do anything to send them to the Kaiser. possible for those young mea who ue pledging their all for this -- MKMBKK OF print. v' ! i 1 - e LIVINGSTON 1 ;,-: country. We wish to commend the school irirls who so willingly rendered such' valuable service in this work W belk-vthe day n when the nohle work far uistant of the girls and women of thi md will be more fully recognized e Hm 1kt' Sou ..T anl daughter, of ndhnieprl1- -. Inil. bare beta ueek is 11- hi 1- brother, l)v. R G. than ever before. Webb, of tms place Mr Webb election now is over, is an extonsi e fruit grower rt And bei s we got beat. nest an owns a ritic faun we did all we could -L Thi- Augi ks tlh Jut And now accept the defeat. first trip be has made for thirty-tw- uliins s. is. Suf M r. Sow ler aaeonce a citizen of Frank uYabh. of thi countr. b Angeiea, California, lias been .. ."' to I I suiting 1 it is 1 i o Until another ear, For we will gain th victory And don't you never fear. it uecasue a Mice 'ss. Work lt V. rnon am frr the main thing tint hatas, .! tn I I d in mv - '!'. n c L'vi si uceiK ed The have will hallow mind, leader out, i the . and ear f Jtnr Viters all foil w i". line we will bare a ; ike Mrs .1 M Oawnn niai daughter, Miss M;.r Bur victory we shall win it Fm day, In gie. of K rod head acre here if Aud so in" we ure ge; in, do uln'ii lareeo trains Toeadav, en route Ve will be there to stay efromCin innati. Mis Fred Hata iT to you our republic1 .i (i cbildieu bare re friends. turned home after a few dys You beat us but. you cin't mak riait with relatives at Pine Hi us ci y, il ie, vas mom Bui we will get even with you. D Bryant; if O In the sweet bv ::iid by. city Kuim ay. Mts L. L. C CkreU was called 10 fjoahtrille, Tuesday Well, man is subject to mistake?-itin aoouant of the death of ber this world, and the best laic sis'er Mr. and .Ir.C' A Blanford aim daughter, Miss Elk Mae, plans of men and :i;i e sometime1 motored n Parksvill Stanford.) fail, and we rushed in and pre j ,11 to a us aljrd y, a nd dictt-- whu we.:i i be elected n rep rt a nice time Soden Cartor, the past election without consul We hac tng our batter judgment Who has uaen IN Detroit, Ificfa been so lucky in the pant, we con lor ansae time, has returned homo, - Kd Aber is spenditifr the week sidered it a foregone conc'u-io- n fun iest thing of ii all is, ou in Barea? Macfe Martin went to The Brodheud friend calls us a prophe Brodhfax-- , Tacaday avenhaaj to and taVe- - ns a'i through the scrip hear the !' tnre John L;r. of He s.ems pcave a lecture at tures to p.o.e it . Camp a divine historian, and gives u the Chriatian chnreh, Sunday it. m behalf of the Y. M. C. A hook, chapter and verse for it There wa- - large crowd present takes us to the Garden of Eder Rv had a bran aril a" fajrer to hear what was rhem Adam and iiuun. .una 10 wik.ru ti. 1(mii dnn'1. art! all Jad to rind tilul can do to whip th children of Israel cross the liec out wha th-whfjre Dnid ; K isr. - - Hon Ballard has Sea then to giant ; thence where Sampso: returned from Indiana, where he found the honey in the carea meatier, bat there it of a dead lion, and where Joh' no ttiace i te home. s arted to Niniva to preach, but we will say 'You told me so.' Livingston, Ky. Ha, Ha In response to the request el th" Coencil T National Dt fense. FOR SAf.E wc believe that in less than om I will offer for sale to th hour aftei t'c work started, more highest bidder at the front door er cent of than Seventy-fiv- e of Livingston had of the court house in Mt. Ver signed the pledge cards. Many non nbetween In a m. and 2 p. jGth one lot 48 nasaaad anxious to sign and thus rx. Monday Nov. fc show by that simple pledge their x 140 ft in the Bethurnm to the town of loyalty t the Government the Lewis Addition best and freest the world b s Mt. Vernon This lot fronts 48 ft. on Richmond street and Dixie uvea kn wn. - lady said: Ort"I Want to sign Highway and I4O ft on Tevis that c.rd all over, or do anything Street, with an alley leading else the(iovt rnment of the Unit- d from Tevis street, and is a very Stales asks me." This is the desirable building lot Terms kind of tai'h and loya'ty that has made known on day of aale. P H. CONOVE rt at and free country; mad tin-- , is the only kind h t will keep le-- s it su h. Within than odays FOR FLETCHER'S all has been signed, two or about Hires wanted time to coosidei tie I 1 . :irs It. a" T Amyx has returned from Lnuisrille, where be attended a nodical meeting. K I.Ward. of East llernaUidt has Stored his family to our city We gladly Welcome tli to our Mrs. Cleo Griffin, after a town. tS visit with relatives at lit. Veraoa, lias returned home. Mrs Roy Bvaslcv, of Mi Vernon, s is bete Iwtweea train-M nda.. Mis. Beeetey claims that, the ciiurcn 1: ns-- ' at KavenwiMKi is a I. m -- t i Tuts is thi church house tint Mrs Fteale,j "i wor ng to pet com-- " s me time and it is !.,ii and bi er efforts thai - ?ut in one more year, boys, We will give them another wrap And we can gain the victory. And wipe them off the map. '.: . Stick to the Democratic party, she is just and true, For in the Inst ekction We cut their majority in two They can beat us in the county, And we accept our fate, But we have one reconciliation, We can wallop them in the State But, Ikivs, thev did be it us, A:,d it is mighty luttgfa, Mut a.l that was liking We didn't get votes enough. But let's all he satisfied i 1 YA . I) e ; in-l- ; y sl-th- e a ! - 'hi-ag- -- t- - ASJTJOiRLA branches and moss hanging stands in thu old ebutebvard ut , . . i. . . mi .picturesque stiuruu ei 11 u Redeemer it has been the ba?iS ivA MAftET KX Ob 61 Firnt prize at County School Fair.) of many a legend and verse. Judge Richard G. Williams, of The school room ia our home How beautiful are those homes of the clay, for along the heach where nature Covington, a man always to the the irgnf part sacral months in the year, has been undisturbed. Beyond front iu any enterprise of good therefore it should be kept in the narrow streets of Old Bilex; work for the betterment et con To do one can skirt again the shell ditions and improvements, writes: a Ktnitsrv condition. this, l floor should be oiled, road, past the 'home for guests" "Dear Jim: That "gap" in the Dixie and me dusting should be and the lighthouse and be a dotie with n soft dump clotn. we con, e guest slsu ut one or Blghwaj in Rockcastle and Laurel The water for the pehool more of the beautiful private vil Counties must oe built. No one should by seat to the State las lined along the shell road should be s "slacker" in this Board of Health at lowlittg Several of these have their owi. great fight for better roads. Green. Kentuek) to be tested private piers with ; boar house Gladly have I done ray "bit' either or bathing house at the end el with a contribution to that great Kach school should save a fountain or a cooler. the pier, way out on the water. cause and in 'addition am earnIf they have a cooler the child Boating, lathing and Ifishing art estly assisting in the work of this community to raise $100,000,01 nan should have their own recreations that belong to the life of Biloxi nearly to help pay the cost of filling the The cooler drinking cups "gap" iu these two counties. should he kept covered so that all the year round. While I have been away from Biloxi is not wholly dependent 10 dust or microbes could get dear old Rockcastle for fifteen upon tourists. It has an in the water. Much child should have his round population. A Tour- years, during all that time I have a deep interest for the own wash pan, soap and towel ist Club is sustained during the retained happiness and prosperity sf her or there skauld be lavatories winter months from a colony conin tbo school and then child largely of middle states northern people. From our long aad tinuous work for her advance people who center there yearly ten could have their towels. When a person sneezes he from mid winter to early spring. ment, I know that you, too, love should hold his kandkerchief It is an attractive adjunct to the old county as dearly as you help-matorer his 110s:. When one Biloxi during that time. Never loved your devoted coughs it h uld be held over has the writer seen more glori- now peacefully sleeping in Elm silent ous sunsets or more beautiful wood,; Mt. Vernon's the mouth. moonlights. What more fasci- camping ground If it is necessary to spit one But, !Jim, i9i8 must see the should ; use a handkerchief or nating than the silvery sheen in the wake of a white sailboat as Dixie Highway completed and a paper. If a paper is used it she silently glides along. Her old Rockcastle marching can be burned, if a handkerhold may be tilled with oysters on to a glorious era of develop chief is used it can be washed . which she may be carrying to be ment of .every line of thought The pupils should not l un'oaded at so.ue oyster houses and industry, ,and may God aid allowed to spit on the school a mile or so around the bend of you in taxing every eaergy ana roots floor, or on the school the bay; or it may be that with straining every nerve to the ground. Schrimp fron deeper waters she accomplishment of thi? The school ground should is laden. Ir you happen to b. be kept in good condition the next morning, where t The owthoases abould be kept is being unloaded you fiat; Governor Stanley writes: "1 in good sanitary condition. a process Worth seeing. Inside wish to thank you for your kiud Each school house should have of a long building all is activit an complimentary reference t sanitary closets. men women and children are my proclamation on Good Roadc The building should hare employed by the hundreds it Day. I thoroughly appreciate steam heat, the rooms should ouening the oyster siiells. The vour valued and esbe well supplied with fresh air oysters are first dropped into teem." by lowering windows from tubs of water and the last prothe top. aud raising them from cess is when they are placed In ooe of the New York dailies the bottom, when it will not in cases which arp sealed and ten davs since, under big head cause a draft, or bv fresh air neatly labeled and then are ready line, appeared the following ac heated in the basement and ter the marks. count cf oae of the late raids pouring into each room through There are homes for workers; umde by detective Jones, a Mt register. There should be a land their iamilies who live sear Vernon boy wao has been os the --ventilator by which the llf.lv, ....,-..- . n.m j t a uc i (,. ct i i .n' t xwin.L,w.ncikici,-- ! i j m o 11i 1, ..... 11 an iuiese iuui&- There aiji.i w a Settlementi. Ho XT- -, n VTwLr " 14 may escape. M also JfTf. are done me neaitn oc ise v. u..;. l. ' i ...,i (1 I W II U ti "Sightaeer :n hioatewn got t children will be much better. ab(Mlti, with kiaaargsrteu aa unusual tnnll ln night whei land playgroonda lor the child LMrcttvea William .ir;ues au. BUY THIS LOT. Hettte Jot lespedoi ren, who are tiius eared tot I will offer for sale to tin while their mothers are at work Dayure siaft mads tie hrs highest bidder at the front door at the "yttr houses. The sea-- opiuiii den mid that New York the Court House on Monday son i shor: anl co;iequea:l immature Orient has known it November S6tH, 9 7 . between I the fsruiiu arc .uly a short more than two years. the hours of 10 :i tn and 2 p. time of t tie year. The sound of smashing do n. one of the best building lots Again ;.nd agiin "rora the cold panels .md hysterical screams 1 in Mt. Vernon. This lot is di- - rigid wiut- rs of 'he north we frequenters of the neighborhood reetlr opposite the Graded Schoe". shan se,.k Uie shores 0f lieauii-.n- drew throngs well dressed me: i 9o x I60. 91 feet on f ui p;il xi -- nd perhaps now and and women about 19 Pell treot Richmond street and Dblie tlien for a rosptts hi the summer, where "the last layout" had beei Highway. There is no more de !aiso fond. This rickety rld ba Id airab building lot in Mt Vering, on the corner of Pell anc So when yoo make up your non Look it over und be ready route for trtj s South henceforth, Doyers street, was a rendezv. u to buy. Tetms cash we ad iao nu by all means to for oatcast whites and lawle W. H. FISH. Ooeau Sprias. yellow men in the days whe: inc'u .e Iiloxs Chii atown was in its glorr am Carlyle Portrr. These are two of ;the popular the fiirkue tongs he'd full swh; " ami attractive lesoi.- - on the with their "'fort beaut-fitBut laat nijjht the windows i. Gull Coaot and reached all its tive loon were dark, an th- ste-by B.loxi and Gulf Springs no.ern nssse?ger MISSISSIPPI rains of t:ie LOUIbVlLLK ft as the detfctives mounted an orsokisg stairway after snothf D. If you would revel among the MASUViLLH RAII.UOA r if. 127 th t naaatU dark aud desertet most beautiful of shade trees-- he rooiua. They had reached th monarchs of the South, th Statu r Onto, it. et Toledo, top floor when a dog bayed at Live Oaks go to Ocean Spring. Luc;i- - Ucnuty, ss. alarm, and the raid was on Uississippi. Drink iioci its u.in l"riini. .J. Chi !: makes .it at a rottea and un ral springs and enj y the ozuni thai he is s ui r partner o th Springing table do r, which bore the le r'rom the stretch of shell road: Brm of F. J. Cheney & Co., tsun gnd on a scrap et paper "0t alcn.: the sound. oustoesa ir the City of i'o broke i for the night," jthey Live simply among its plai-bu- County and estate aforesaid, am down with a crash which arouset hospitable small hotels or that said firm will pa the sun: the drowsy neighborhood. private boarding houses; you of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS The reason why scores of Chi will never forget the view of for each and every case of Catarrh nese hare been ntering '' ' '1 ' : bf t'l- .t ' hud, u h me Gulf yu . a; recently waa th rejuvenating atmosphere that of Hall's Catarrti .viedictne.hruk parent. In s little room bareb you have enjoyed during your J. Cheney. more than eight feet by ten war tay. Sworn to before me and sub- a bunk aud a yea pan, oropiuu Biloxi might be called the scribed in my presence, this 6th smoking outfit The place reek lliviera of the Gulf Coast. It is day of December. A. D. 1886. ed wita the odor of the pil A. W. Gleason, was settled by Iberville in 1 69-Ithat take the smokers to th ' Nonrv Public. (Sea') ; : ) L ,: d n r reawis of joyous dreams and de esaiuaw aud waa the firal colHail's Medicine is ttraetion. Bessie Lee. a white Caiurr.i ony jlanted by the French in taken internally and acts through girl, held iu le.ieh a tierce looking the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces bull terrier she called "Baby." the south. of the System. Send for teste A half dozeu Chinamen cooped Yes, it is true that you will ind there the old civihzatisn menials, free is the little room chattsred anF.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,. grily. Truthfully we .ind the new S Id bv a'! druggists. 75c. Baby," 1 just been out with may also say that it is one of Hall's Family Pills for consti- the girl said, patting the dog the most restful, heathfnl aud harming resorts on the North pation. "What jou bother me for? 1 American Continent. can't help what goes on when Asthma-Catarr- h I'm out " We have found it most de hand Jones lightful just following the Christ and Bronchitis With revolver in while Bailie mas holidays in Mid wiuter; but Can Bo Greatly tUHoreU by th. New barred the doorway whistled for assistance. Then it is also most agreeable in the External Vapor Treatment. the narrow streets suddenly besummer time, as the bffOrl Don't take internal medicines or drugs for these troublea. Vick'a bluett with Orientals, sight-from the Gulf of Mexico fan th 'Vr.n.Rk" uic la .nnllasl (nlll came u w.taj f .' xvui hvSalwa 0 CJj'I Tnor nA SeeTS. inOWWUHU iwuic. uu nH li.v shore at some time of each (ta inhal.tinn m. the akin. For Many legends have been cen by absorption through melta little Viek'a viaitora from other pirtsof the Asthma and Hay Fever, tered at Biloxi. which doubt ess in a spoen and inhale the vapora, alao rub town. In a few minutes a pat well ever the spinal eolumn to relax had their origin from the Indian nervous tension. tSc, 50e, or $1.00. the roj watron arrived from the Eliza,. beth !,treet pollce 'tiin to later civilisation. A grand old tiiir'r-ic- wVS3J uwALffL Bessic anu her dlow fr;euds oak, with gnarled and twisted laVfVa . ( 1 SCHOOL SANITATION. By V.JSM, Ethel Hilton Pine Hill. 0OOOH(KHOOOO XX j zxz ( 8 JONAS 2XZZSC A The Old Reliable G (3 O 1 cKENZIE LINK OF 8 out-of-do- 8 2XtZZtZD2 2XEZZ Farm Implements STOMACH Mr. Marion Holccrr.b, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a long while I suffercu with stomach trouble, I would have pates a.:d a heavy feeling : fter iy r.icals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth, ti a;e anything .vith butt jr. oil or grease, I would spit it up. 1 besan to !;ave regular sick headache, i had u. eci piib and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just awtflKd to tear my stomach all ; p. I fouiiJ they were no good at all icr my troubl i. I he:.rd I General Merchandise 8 BOC e oe-ho- ld Pi ? i&J L:. Rtfr wjmm i TEEi:OIU5 mA '"' ' - ; vvp w ! J id' m i si sue-ces-fu- l th-boa- 1 tt H recommended very highly, so beran to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house an fretirne, It is tie best livsr medicine made, i do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Bte k-acta on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important wcrk of r throwing oat waste materiais and oohn sys tem. This medicine should be in ebold ;or u?2 in time el need. G:'. a pacf: z. V .' 'j. U you feel 1 r td sluggish, take a dose tonight d t'resh to-morrow. Price 25c a package. A 2 SU5. Dn 1 I I I ONE CKNT A DO -: (K I iasrE-wre hustle! : . j 1 i , . . ,.t,. I . in through lines of blneeoata. "The last of the Mohicaas" Detsctivs lones said ss he left with a quantity of he place eized opium." WK w- - non depot. all needed tdt-grap- h On" wire furnisht raciliti.' The railroad ai thai date tern.i-nsJe- d at Liv ingston and all goods for c unties south were taken by wagon from that poi.it. I.iv-inirston- 's . I 1X1 i I . . ..,. V oii,inal Smit i, who ws a t headed hey pKyiry in o'd Mt. Vernon, sme thirty ears anje, vhile his father w.s npefslnoff n that division of the L. &. N Brnnarille, Ind.. writes from po.--t oiV.ce I 1 iU . trs j f 1 r j 1 - d Tht JLivit gstoa . Coal was uoini, 8 good in If.:' mining and shipping bl ck DiaI was i'tipressrd h w swiftly George Sam brook was he time speeds Jby, for it seena mond landlord of the Tamhrnuk hotel ut a few months, or years UI nest. since I, a a nor, was ping and was interested in other enterprises. hud j'is e :n your cffirr. The Joplin house was the only he Biack i;wi; section of Alabama ho'el in Vusiness m Mt. Vernon ston-arg- er vhers there was nut at that time. WUS located on than v gravel out nfth lianne': of some stream to be the lot now occupied by the Cox div-sio- there he sSerintondent he Headers n and it. Lo'iis i of aame was c ish Pi int. lhe Phso Hill Conl Cot, was do- ing a b;g bskdneas un er the charge nt Cash Crooke, wne Uter marii d Mis CV.hi Adams, a daughter of Cant lick Adams of Mt. Vernon; both are U'loCp in F.irnwooO. , el the L. A Co bu-ine- ss ! 1 THE BEAUTIFUL GULF COAST . J 1 each way daily eanaotimagini tilfed the bill. The ssssawad puaishmeat thai ouhi harrubesu iudieted on a boj agent could take his gun asai go nstomed to country life iu the hunting in those days without i the eauntrr, tunud 1103- -J among the hill aud rock's I Kockca-t'.- t Cour.lv to he initi in th- - empurienuc el '.rd .vin m a town of iiMxr having t lonss my feet in shoes ter the (HUM) in trt irst rammer ny greater 1 buiidmg. Mt. Vernon flat limestone sidewalk, 5oo walk, loe feet mainder waanf lasMeagcr train had Sou feet of paveuunt bet of pluik or brick, the replain dirt. One sial : t sumo BttSfinofai While it vhich I was associated With y u was supposed to le under pro- re indeed plea&ant ones to re i en there urns irtually open ill Durinajall ihese years th; i' ..ui- - running where anv old xpertawee gained by working kiudni drinks ecukj be bouijht. round the freight honae and hi Killings The nusseffvna. witne--eh telegraph office bns keen in several on Mt. s city broke and h d during Headquarters. For some ysniJ after nur lueul lis summer all at the SUSUS time ng in Mt. Teruon, there was The memori- s of the yea.is ti:n-- Belt of Alabama than b-- ig causing any call down from w.-.i- - w-ir- .-r d . - ' i :ea'I 1 i.- - - rbSU vsaa ;nder your supers Beudtns a UMrSaajj 8 on, like most e '. ' 'i :.i of these on by the lugs I was trying to break the peed record and nou kindly U rue) knu : i wi'b tl dl e 'd nts stop a d over, reminding tae thUjt the i i ntui lag of the remembrance of "ecurtrnces hi the civil war, rn" from gereral meanness or dot as oT the o irtSBs involved. .':iz ns o Kockcaatli tcniay, of t f roonsr gswe'ratiew, can ns-- ; then from isruius Causes, and t ( . 1 habit-formin- g .j 1 iiiir "I'c.'y believe or understand eceiving knew nothing the ciidilions of the davs from .bout wnat 1 waa Sending, that! 'ho Cn's mi the So's. rt ,s not an operator should always send pest to rural! nil of the various such plain Morse ut til it sronJd heawlnj el tlsnse dates but it w ""r folks ,e understood as thoroughly by I thnt conditions are so much dif- he operator at the other end of ferPnt an(j Jmprovpd sh()ud he line aa it was bv the sender, understand nod appreciate the .vho had the message before him. I pence fnl nf today as njest v.tluaole lesson f'mnred with some of the Phis wsss V "f. nistor.y o me, for in the issuing of Ml-tiall Knot whit we have endeavored to wkh to have it. our little o'd nstructioea i nake it so clear until the other town and county is a mighty fellow would understand what I good locality to live in, and a vas intending to coavev. This P;ce wmen r.ne nmne nav man home, ana las been a great help to me and prondly cimms ni Flmwood, is in whose ceme'ery have referred to tbe little erected famdv monument on maav occasions." name date of birth to inscribe and a carver oatP nr n,s aain tnteon On August 1st 1H77. forty years when it nccrrs. Rockcastle ba- igo. Jim Maret. then a bov, was bies of 18?7 are, today, grand-installeas radio .d agent andlfafhers oand-motherand s ;elegraph operator at Mt. do certainly fly." .' op-rater i T. y, s d s. Ver-"Tim- MT. VUNON , SIGNAL 16 -- : BTiiTl Nv 117 nraannrTnir lin- - I a p.- - at Dm laniond ' rrim am an i Mt. KitNON K Y.Nov 7J cue 7Q" wne p. cii . . n"'No. t toCBittinuii i t -. "M.NAL 79 Bov's Gloves iit Drummond's Store. Little girls gel your Hats at Drummond's. Blaeaa and Al Purity Flour a 11 Drummoiid's. The n went thing In ladies Cherry Tan hoes arc at Fish's Iouisvllc "J ii. M 1 Nasmvillc R R Co. has sold his store and Enrel at Goochland to A. P. Geo. -- atlifT rrn. -- 55 CI ; nk tri tti P ni 3:56 a m a Gahbard. See the new liar et silk and Sotten & McRee. Keltert hacic suits bys. in all the now .ior m:i an r.:j:-- tr serge ktrta 12:13 a n .en; ft. .e Ml V( - pattern. r.. ii. Ky. !' Button i & McBee. I ! ' s M iyui v. ni, in PS. B :i Blair. ib Mt Vera i ! The v ') le living fi.nng the rout from ton f F'urccll hill t( Hiatt are setting bony and mak--Mthems Iv s a irood road. Buy with thought 2 Cook ii with care, 3bervQ Jlust enough, ... A Savo VAnciT ai ocn 5 tat what would spoii, 6 Home grown is best. i --s v V pi UlawU 1 . . . Examine with care, 3 Consider well at this time 2 whether you are getting chandise or junk. first-cla- ss yJ Buy it with thought, 1 f Hi - X. "Taaasr-- j i' mer1 You can lind both kinds But n There A fermera linng oat that way .; ' ae one -- very profrea-siv- e UOf f Wasfe Food DON'T WASTE MOrlEV AND OVE RCOATS THE Jennii the laterics Stan-- : Ralph Giithii and clverett Mal-i.- X D Brmd. II. S. S buffer ai vere in Louduu Mond y io ii Hainlir n ere r. msiderabl' ness the game betwten Union ti!;iio-i- i coals iu all sizes at lhaken u. ..e..r IJond last areei iinii aue i.' unci iiric. Sutton & McBee's. H ime Demonstration or ;in A car 'i hen a mot !i-- . :.a.a Field ban moved t When you think of ioveralls ;: ruling witl rS. e. r. gentry bowu :; tnc winter in order tint which they w, thing of O'Brsana and Fish's. some Other parties ilniost ran in Iht '. iiu reii in t iKe u .i A SLICE OP BREAD. 1 anot!-- r .car loaded wi h lam You can buy that good Ladies enuia iiiMucu rscu oi. ifi wilhi-b r They ill jumped A single she? of bread seems suit or coat at reasonable prices ... m . ii mipson K and at twentj feel of the collisioi n unimportant thing. Yet one at Sutton ft McMee's M Te :a. and Mrs daughter, th. it was what saved theii rood-size- d a! ice of Ve-- r such as Biag 'i iK'iii, on, of Crab Or !?vi. If vou want the liveliest things a child likes to ut weigf is one 'r !l:i:uii:i wis v. ocl: d. were with Mrs. V. M it in neckwear get it at Fish's. New art than any of the others, h ounce. I'i uler iiit week. ones arriving every day baa tvo or t' ree riM btoken an. If every one of the country's Fish on 1 he late .1 udgi ,, 'id Wv hrnied mi other "o.ooo.oo- - homes wastes on the Nothing bu the best of rubber tew d iy.-- . rati bere ii. one socb slice of ever goes into the reliable Ball i.i , . i. ,.cia,e relatives at Uj k. ;. e laid up for wek or two. iread a day, 61 u idil year at this Daiul Rubbers and Overshoes and n a Civil :". -- :ii'.': rate there would be a waste of Rubber Shoes. The place to buy lor few tears bat is now ii C. ver 1,500,000 barrels of flour. them is at Fish's. Ure-t-- d in Bard coal fields '.ut some one sas. a full slicp of Beyond any question the William P. Grigsby, Jr., a N'.itluw Finzell is working read is not wasted in every home. Louisville youth, whose mother meeting ever held ii ad trick oporntar here rege Any waste of bread isinexcusa lives in the Highlands, was one Mt. Vernon ana the one held her laWillie Adams who had th .st Monday night to ra;se fuuds ble when there are so many waj a of the twelve .American soldiers place decided he liked Leh-no-n for the Y..M.C A. war work. Thi d using stale bread to coak captured by Germans recently, .junction best and naked for a oonrt house was packed as lom ielicious dishes. according to official information change. "Kinrie kinder like Here is one : is tt:ere was standing rcom received there Monday by Mrs. any other wind el telegraphing In a quart sauce pan or baking Elizabeth Ongsbv. E R. Gentry, county ohairaaan; an nd job that will keep hint at Prof. Marshal K. Vaagha, d is dish arrange alternate layers of Di. Morgan, specialist on disLit t Vernon. riot chairman; Prof. Smith, el sliced apples and bread-crumbMrs. R. S. Baanlaj was in tov.-- i Richmond, "Rev. Mr. Severance, oaaoa each layer with bits of but eases of the eye, ear, nose and agreed to remain 'st of Mra formerly of Stanford, but now ter, a little sugar and a pinch of throat, has this week the An:e Davis aad tiior friends connecttd with the Y M.C.A., a' ground cinnamon, nutmeg and here until Saturday 24th. He has made regular visits to this Bhfl reports the Sunday School al amp T.iyl.r, Sargeant John Leai sloven. When the pan is full town for sir. years and has given La en wood Churcl and Corporal Arthur Dodd, tu Christian ;our over one cup of syrup made avingn fan attendai.ee. Mrs of our own bovs, who were sent from brown sugar, cover with ms patrons entire satisfaction ,ucy Arnold, of aVinc beater gav back home for this special meet bread crumbs and cook three- - Those wanriiig treatment in his wry iaOt retting talk at thi- - ing, were the speakers of the fourths hour. Serve with sweet special line ;or any wanting scientifically fitted glasses can harcb lsst :ruiid.iy. evening, and when the speaker, sauce. find him at Mt Vernon Hotel. John Ncae, son of Mr. and Mr had finished it Wis evident tlm Miss Anna Belle Stewart was H oe wh joined Uncle Sam the crowd Col J. H. Allen, division suras ready to turn called to Baltimore yesterday on "four years atx is at home this loose freely of their funds for account of the death of Mrs. Lang geon at Camp Zachary Taylor, 'week for a abort risit to his par this cause which moans so much don, the lady who for several has oeen Beamed food conserva ents. Louni. the lat month to the soldier boys. year., has supported Langdt u hVon officer for the camp and has he has been located at Ft Dou,; Mr. Severance spoke of the Memorial School. The people of issued regulations for the guid-i- t las. Ariz ma. His nompinr i of the Y. M. C A ar.d purpose Vernon will be greatly grieved 'ence of cooks and mess sargeants now stationed at Chiekaaaaag the scone of its work; Prof to 'earn of the death of this most Detailed reports will be required :s. John looks iaeaadeava .Smith told of the great needs of xceiient woman, WHO lias done ten uy uuui omuMucn he has not been sick a day aknee the Y. M C. A. especially on so much ter the school in Mt. 01 inuepciiaem, u:ins snowing trie he left home. foreign fields, and our own two Vemoa and one who for several amount et supplies on hand, soldier boys told what the Y. If. years had devoted her life, ener- - amount consumed and meals Mrs. Albert Haves and daueh ter, Alberta, of Sims, 111 , arc 0. A. meant, from a soldier's gies and money in educating des served. tb;s week in Berea wit! .iew point. The allotment for titute Hirls. ti.. Miss Hester Hayes of the foun ttockc.istle was $700 and when CSirfg , r Fixe Business: - The records Sam Mor Chairman Vaughn had finished dation Department aking, the total collection showed show that Mt. Vernon's two gan, Ooui.ty Agent of Laur i splendid financial institu-tioiis- , At Brod-heaCounty, was in Bcrea the latter $71a.02 subscribed. -the the following night an the Bank of Mt. Vernon aud the part of the week to attt-nsaa: igncultural Fair Mrs. Nan equallv enthusiastic meeting was Peoples Bank, jointly have taken in on depesits during the fifteen ne Brannaman, who has been vis Held and the splendid offering of nf days of November the sum of iting her daught.-r-, Mrs. Jack 346 70 was made. At othei hCW iswell, of Mraah Creek, re points iu the county meetings $94.o82.57 and have paid out on have been bad and good offerings checks the sum of $90.1o8.90. turned to her home Thursday. the Lamp Oil th t lobert Fish, of Mt. Vernon has made. Wiidie did her part with While jthe increase in deposits has been small, yet it is very am visiting his cousin, Lonnie a $110 contribution, Conway gave Saves Eyes $50; Livingston fell below her evident that there is still some fish during the Corn Show. Nothing is more important in th home than clear, steady light. Inaor quota with only $73, but we un- little business doing in the old ferea Citizen. his by getting the oil that burns burg. Just keep up this same clear and dean without a flicker derstand that personal canvass down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. LOCAL. which is to be made today and pace for 12 months and figures Coats no more than the inferior tank wagon oils sares MONEY savta tomorrow will increas the amount tell us the total would be WORK saves eyes. Black Cake makings at Drum- Your dealer has 80LTTR OIL in very considerably. Quail gave $2,257,816.68 for the year. Pig- barrels direct from our works. md's Store. $2o, makings total of $1315 32! uring Purely from a financial Chas. 0. Sto!l Oi! Co. everyone at subscribed to date. An effort !standPint. there is certainly no Underwear lor Lextni Stan, Ky. 'J ummond's. will be made to raise this amount ,oom w compiain at our present IB Refinery aCwarTen, Pa. & condition. Sweaters for aien and boys at to $l5oo, or more than double the a Wr cell the cslebrated "No Carb- - "t & Auto Oil. yi amount allotted to Rockcastle. Tan English last shoes for meu Suttoa & McBseV fc.. K. Lrentry is much and women, all sizes HraVT sweat- - Lnairman ui'snv Sauti-r- s iu t pieaseu uu .u: sinenuiu snow iuis Sutton & McBee. and all kinds of .sweaters ter FOR A WEAK STOMACH. ing and those who have contrib- the folks at fish's. Ladie8' Suits, $10 to $25, at As a gentle rule all you need so liberally to this fund uted Drummond's. to do is to adopt a diet .suited to certainly demonstrated fou can ouy a real good pair have vour age and occupation and to shoes cheapar at Suttoa where they stand in tbis great Wanted: iorc Irish potatoes will keep your bowels regular. Wheii McBee's than any placs in struggle for the liberty and day $1.25 per bushel. you feel that you have eaten to kcountry. freedom of the world. much and when constipation, j. Pennington take one of Chamberlaid's viji-o.. who are terviae; TJnde Sam cin be scon ' rit mm left ye.terdnt foi !: f vou in Fish's corner window. KO, I'l.lM , tO VVOik I! have a brother, son or sweet nMaitiua fact- ry. heart in the rvice take his pickit and lira Tommy Jonture to Fish's and they will show end Mug Bibel Elayae motored it along with the others. up f .mi Living too yesterday. McCalla Fitzgerald, who was r'o'i I" !! .s is leaching the serving a 31 year term in th ;. .1 while Mr Ma- P a iUJ .. al H. s i. oat on account el Federal prison .t Atlanta, fot improper handling of the fund rkne- -i ni the dt. timet Fim Nations C .: :ty Co:rl CI- -': S F BoW Bank of London wide eahier n ues t'l cMitine.; to hi t'r.at iastitnt ion, died (Vedncada o.i. for several ii lys wit.i if apop txy ilia n n. ii s wet slinm. htacK of i i. r al. elii to L nd for Tin of Jonrnul ft tree, an npfrom (i Sunday. eery interesting lot of iic-tiire- s "Oar Hoy" WEAR s SPECIAL sui TS CASH . S9 STORE 1 . WE SELL i i ay SWANN HATS O'BRYAN OVERALLS BALL BAND RUBBERS SlSi m Leaders In ,LADfftO W WE SELl RAW HIDE SLICKERS STAR BRAND SHOES ARROW SHIRTS i- . Our Line Since 1887 ; I . . i . James Pitman and Walter Henderson sold eight hogs to V. J. Sparks Co this week at 14c per average pound. They would , The Beautiful Gulf Coast MOBILE, ALA. t "MOTHER OF MYSTICS" Bo! 1 1 about 1'30 to 300 MA1 . i - - I . . o.-- o-l- i Y. M. A. c t . s; j-- . up her htart ssd pocketbook aad by her liberal donation to ths Young Men's christian As . soctation shows th?.; she means1 to do hr part toward building a wall af piotection around our oldiera beys who are giving time aod possibly many of them, their lives, for their country asd the betterment of mankind. Ths spontaneous response with which the appssl for funds to carry on this great work is meeting all over the country means a great deal It meaua a united country of loyal Americans; it means that those who cannot go ''over the top" with oar bovs in psrsoa, are going to help win the fight by proxey; by sending money a ,d I of the word We arc al a termiual et u delightful trip on the Louisville & ftfuahvillri Railroad Defense Tin.' di' iy explorers di well when th foond d khe French col Rockcastle County has opened onies, which were begun under brothers de Bienville a id The Council of National beam". "Here are Rst", accord i ox Io the meaning I i d'lbervdle v j . - , the front in their eooeration. There can scarcely he found a drive more bean t if ill by Nature-ow- n stead, and the Y. M. C. A. will -along Mobile Bay, ;n the summer do this for us. Monty douated time, painting than it is one never to hebv sunset or at Autumn forgotten to this cause plays a great part Mobile is a citv of education, culture and perhaps interesting in the war game as any other, if conservatism, vet it is city of true hospitality, with a touch of what remains of the old regime of French, English ;ind Spanish not a greater. But lei us speed along all lines It is a city that Ins been under rive flag".' and many et its people bear distinctive fentnresof their ancestors, in its many and make the protecting wall a fine looking the beautiful even women, and courteous "old school" supplies to ,1 River, wbieh in forsned Man-Alshasss nod TomMgbee rivers. pro-- . ducts of the UHouor come these nvers; cotton :nd lutuoer iB llrge qttmntitiea j. S,VI1, ;ina t.(a! fr,,m rur, Mobile harbor affords accomodation at her what fs for both eois- mareial aid tourist The city of Mobile is some thirty uiiIm from the Gulf of M xico and it is n delightful tail up the brt,ad winding entrance to this city, Mobile which lias a population of 7. "on souls. Frea the water's edge th?re is a gradual rise of th land which leads to attractive hills and ravines, upon which are located oeautiful southern homes -- old and uevv -- and thj bel! roads are a boon to the nutosaobilist There are few cities in the world which psses -- many beautiful streets that mijjht be termed boulevards -- Sooaa el tiu.-irisen. !e small portions of P.irU, France or Brussels, Belgium as it was before the present devastation from the European war These streets in Mobile are band with some Monarchs of a century of N;if lire's production the grand old elm ind water oks and not a fe.v are embellished bv the boary gray hanging mos that swiiys with the pnsning brat sea. Government street is the most imposing, and branching from it are many attractive parklike streets made beautiful through the care et up to date civic rht Mobile lies at the mouth of the Mobile u,i' " e , a-w- , perfect one. Comnaence ... ... .viy 1 prepare for larger and better crops aext year; let everv family ii the county have at leist a 'War Garden" rightly pre pared and welt cultivatrd;! let every family stop every ate n of waste- conserve every ounce Aid we mu.t not uow to men. Mobile hi fast becoming an a'l year-rounreaort, with fine Hotels, and all centering around its historic aud beJUtiTul Bienville d vi-iti- This is knitting club; it is mercy that reaches K-- d Cross destitute dependents Mobile is often called "The Mother el Mystics " because she was the first to origin ite the 'Mardi (Jras." and she ywarly still calls thousands to herself at that festival time Those desiring outdoor recreation will ri id it iu and around Mobile, in abundance. Small steamers ply between her suburban of fsod. Hu'lltl-JrVilil 1. aUittLw patnple- - l.ivi n t fi Xt'liif Unint 11 forget our Maffnol. Sni:in?, ,nd oAttr .urmetir. snnl wHi.-ama,le aot a me e m0re beautiful by Nature's hand, and where health giving ozone is a giant of freely given from the Gulf of Mexico. out to the. In addition, Mobile has excellent golf links, a tine Country Club, of sold is rs plenty et goad hstnng. and autoinomhng orer roais tnat cannot i i I0-.- Square. - ) 1 JhV-- d 1 1. and with and to the trenches deft and skilled hands dresses the wounds, soothes the suffering and cares for the dvirg among. our brave, loyal andliberty loving boys, who arc offering their all for our protection, and we appeal to all to make the campaign which will start soon a great success. Ladies' and children's Coats, $2.00 up, at Drummond's. Buttons, every description, at Drummond's. Corduroy suits for men and bovi, odd pants, and Goodrich Rubber shoes, in fact everything that you need to wear Sutton & McBee. Ladies' Hats, all the shades in ' Toupe" and iently reached from the north bv the supurb steel passenger trains of the Louisville & Nahville Railroad.--Advertisement. 10-26, Old Mobil- - is unlike any other city on the Gulf. She has he' own attractions, as well as those of her surroundings. A few be but well weeks stay there and mhtgling with her people spent She is also a city of Clubs, and nowniae hospitality. A Tourist Welcome Club, amonj others, heartily" areleossai ail visitors to this citv of de Bienville and d'Ibervi'le--Carly- 'e Porter. Mobile is located in the beautiful Gulf Ceist region and convencat-not be surpassed 11-1- 12" 7s J. C.McCLARY ONE SHOW A WEFK. Owing to the increased cost on Moving Picture Theatres, by war tax, we are compelled to cut our shows down to one show per week, which will be every Saturday sight. Adults admission is Ijc aud tax 2, ticket ISJB. Children 9c, tax 1, ticket 10c. ,.j .., ,.,, latest "Ber-gundy". UNDERTAKER anil EKIBALMER Geo Owens, Mgr. Boone Way Ojera House. Mt. Veinon, Ky. 1 All kinds and shapes, $1.25 to $3 50, worth double this STANFORD, KY. Just racieved a big lot of boys amount. Look them over Drummonds. at Tough hide shoes. Sutton & McBee. CASTOR Always bears the Signature of I A i t CA8TOBIA CmSTO. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR CaU6ren tti?f Fs-faR' C For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years && 5- - lT-- pdlNs itv-- rr' . CONGRESSIONAL OUtLOOK , rrt, lit H stents i; IS 15Fluid Dractntt ITri8! wt'i- - uHd IIII I &MseMiftlfli Lfl a 5 a ;. tv i n a (.CaaViausd fro at ts paga. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE ClRCtf IT COWRT. r For Infants and OVldren. - . Mothers Know That '!. . EsHR-TAS- i Msit . ;f?j ALCOHOL-- 3 Z eJiiaVwiail jfl Jw - & H'M r.&M 29&J ; ; ' AVoiablc PER CENT. Preparation tintheStomachsaMlj Bears the ThcretPro'tinDiH i v(; Uirc: ra. Signature of Jf. r 0 Jr ' f al that there ought to be a hnnt;e Mr. Powers racently Mow a spaech in Congress, and C"t aorkei up to such a point otpk eoi tinuing iu Congrass for a long term, that he qao'ed Champ Clark in support of his idea tiiul ia man ought to aa in Conjrrem twnty years. t ntn aot agree wiik air. rofttsre, il we try a man eight year and cannot show some results, we think we ought to changa and Elizabeth Bowman, C C. Bowman, Walker Bowman, Jaase Bowman, Florence Monroe and Every One of Them Said Plaintiffs, vs: Commissioner's Sale. Robert B. Cockrell and .Ten-ti- try a Dew man. I". neWMirOpiamtorphincno.' jtoveafOldnrSMUtUn JhrythnS" JV7. vtXahCOTIC v- Jw t? UUF In 1)ID NOT VOTE AGAINST THE WAR. Mr. Power talks much abouj being agaiust the .elecliTe draft being in favor of Col Kuoaevelt goiug to Franca, aad aha at batag agaiatit thw la, and about war. harm X" ft'Mlrwm- "" m The tvith af the natter as undai stand it, Mr. Powei did not vole or speak against the war resolution. If he wan agaiast the war, aud thought our country should not enttr the war, he should have sp( ken against it, aud toted agaiust ,it when that question wa;, up j,for consideration. He tailed to act. He let the war Jbe voted, then got out in the district talking about the war. If he wanted to save our boys, he should have acUd on this matter in Congress. We pay him to act for us there, tie did uot act on this important we for A helpful Remedy pa Fcverishns :.-- and ml T Ait Fii Use For Over - ...r...iiu.wfmm-inlafant- ? facsimile Siiaaturof luECrirrArBCfliHBffl r v- Thirty Years -- NEW V MKI jHif." 'mm. g" -- - .xsc: Copf of - 51 - a I Pi -". -- J 4h V Wappcr Urul TMC - "" k i? tf irte BY., B i t& e as rr I.Z ir??aa - l.i 1U LA.JT3 ;tNT r. COMPJtNV. HCM TOK CITY "-r- r matter. The Beautiful Gulf betV 'n N.'w Ori a:is an Pensaeola, is that it is a real MMMMr or inter a p; lyground for northern folk from Kovcatbar to May. and lor Suuthroi - dariac Ike mhmbct months). You ean't iikk For much MR of placid nature tlian hag tu the guf littoral 1 play-grnnd, THE 3EAUTIFUL THING about the Gulf Coast Coast ! Col. Roosevelt is uet sulking because be did not get to go tw Franca. He aud all other great There an- piae woods, foresta of living' N'u rl. ins and of winding, shaded roads, oak, all MM lmny and invstiTions. lonij wo'tdlanu luth-- , qiiHim southern hantM" and modtrn resorts teeming with gay-etand active lile, lovely MlfCata whetv jwa can swing a hainmocK all day aud Alii; lli.'i.- Kite sparkling water, the diuw.-.- - ia UM narcotic air. tne Miff, support oar soldiers. boating, iiching aaytatBg and every thing that call lor thf salt vrateraide. Mr. Powers talks a great deal SOUTH on the Louisville &. Nashville about his sympathy for the be Railroad, cftir ram leave Mobile, it is impossible to escape th in the war, but what has he done. infocUoo of jovous livioferca if yon wanted to do that. At every stop throng (He is a rich man ) to 'help rai.--e of jjcojjIc arc goaa and earning j outh and Bge alike, getting on or off the aianey to feed, clothe, aud pay tra.ns. Laughter and breezy, sunny, iragrant air greet you. It is moreoyer a place of sane, natural outdoor jovs in surroundings of homely comfort or of lux these boys. G. S. Griffin, urious e.sc, whichever you prefer. It is a locality of ancient and honorable After many years ef acquaint tradition and the natives are dfcaceadftd from holders of the oil siniv the flril Master CotuinisMoner, days of the vbito se'tler. Tuey make vou welcome with a stately, koutheru a: ice with Powers, we ate Roctcastle Circuit Court ami have put at vii ir disjiosial law ie.st their home land afford. Kaary ceaclusioa that ancestral oaks and Toreed to the resort anl every oid ptaaiatioa hone is shaded by aga-olgrown traiii.ig vines, raaaaaad pereaaiala and they all look out otci Powere is for Caleb, and Caleb i ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT the nUf w..:e;-- at the aaaciajf wave-- , ulke nttiMag sails, the beach and the you oaa't Bad happiaeac down the golden sunshine and amng for Powers, first last aad all la If surf COUKT. the counties dtrcraiaaa and attract ous of that playground, don'l go soutk ia .he time. The people of Kaox Missouri Raatsey, Adair, of lite winter exjx'cting to lad your "Froadaad Land " for you'll have only yout Irouble ter y,i rj aiaa. Ko An i r i i t ift- - aad greater comfort is not to be eoanty bava found this out, and S. B. Ramsey. Dec'd Plaintiff The winter climate is ideal, not ui c nn'orlable warm, but moderate and air Powers' found streagest friends vs: Commissioner's Sale. bracing, putting ana) and ginger nuo u.c sj slciii. admit th- -t Judge Robsion will W. C Kirby, Defendant. h im 'veri:eimi: g;v keie nrOURING along the Gulf Coast is one of the By viitnr.' of u judgment and hava be-- n iu sever! coastie? travelers take to rind t lit r particular choice and for this order of s. c of 'he Roekeasth-Circui- t in t'ue district ud have talaec purpose the train service of the Louisville A Nashville Railroad is convenient Court, ren lered at the ith a grest many of Power-.eader- s Vou can '.top everywhere, heginatag at Mobile, and stay a frv hours, a fevt August (Terra, 1917, thereof, ia days or as luag as on wish. It i. a faciaatiag vagabondage that will bring ia tka district, 'aad lhe you even; :a to the Blaaa of vour ahtiatr desire. You can, also, if you the above cause, I shall proceed re ftehng as we are, that we you:- aulor car to Mobile and yo in for regular touring along the uhooae, to offer for ale at rir court gull -- the io.it iie all rood and die country is f icinati.ig in the extreme uave daue eiiougii for Mr. Powers, its brick ground of fact m a long iist ut latercatiag tr'adition and roniant e bouse do x ii Mt. Vernon, Ky , legends cuacerniag t!.i- - lmalitr, am. the "ataMMphere,, while wholly Ameri- and that we ought to select a mat the highest nd best bidier, can, has the foreign ilavor in suticiei.t degree to give It diversity and variety :ov who can do something foi t p coa.--t iif tow and earviag, rising gently toward the hii; at :blic a 'ict 101. , on Mondu'. Topographically, the terland, whii 'i - foi.-- i ii v. th plaes. brokea ia the r tearing, by rich and pre as. If Mr Kobsi )n ruus, as w November tuth, I9I7, oeingicgu 'he shore line is mu.h indented, the numerous bays tuink he will, duc'.ive f.rin and there will be a jar County Court day for sbu! ' nds" and lake-- , giving a s einmgiy endless and all surrounding "bayo.is. 'soi waters-:i(i- e. Lyiaf off the shore is liar of inlands, forming the outer bulwark landslide in Aagut 1918. Mr count .', between jtbe hours of t of Hiaaiaaippi Sound, aad fronting ihi-- area the reaorta thai, have been famous liobsian, is a mn that cannot bt days the towns which legan as of the r'rench colonies, since it ti 3 n m. upoii a credi. . oluffed by Mr. Powers statement began under the brothers de T.lenriile and Adrerlisement. of six mo; Mae, the following da that 'He is AtrongeF thaa he eve; scribed protiert. te wit: "as " Mr. Powers presnme1-tipoOn Ivmse aad lot loeatwl is betkv-t-i- i v - m Republican leaders have beea fat months speakiiig and 8tandiag squarely behind America, and denouoing aucb rueu as Lafollette, Powers aad other aaen for claiming that this is uot our war, aad telliag the Americas people ia effect, that only certaia people ought to pay to clothe, feed ana pOING. Defendants. By virtu re el a judgment aud order of the Rockeastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August Term, 1q17, thereof, in the above cause, I , shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernou, Ky., ,to the highest aud best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, November 26th, i9l7, beiug regular Countv Court day .ter said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. M, and ;8 "o'clock p. m.. apon a credit of six months, the Bfollw-indeaeribed property, A tract of land in Rockcastle County. Kentucky, on the waters of Crooked jCreek, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a conditional corner, poplar and dogwood, above the whirl .hole on the east side of Crooked Creek, near the old fish dam, this being Champ and Calloway Mullius' line; thence with Susan A. Mullius' line up the Laurel spur .with center of the potnt to W. M. .Mullius' stake corner; thence with his line a south direction to ;the cliff to the west end of the'.cliff , thence west with the ;old fence to Crooked Creek; thence with the center of the creek to the lower end of the McTiily field to an elm corner on top of the ridge; thenee with the center of the ridge ith said Mullius' line to Bee Mullius' gam aorner; thence a northern direction to two small dogwoods; thence to a beech jand elm, Bee Mullius' corner; thence uy Crooked Creek with the center of the Creek to the beginning, containing ana handved (180) aerea more or lees For the parahase priee the purchaser must execute bond with approved nreuy, bearing legal interest .'from day of sale until paid and Jhaving the iorce and effect of a jadgment. Bidders will be prepared to Jcom. ply promptly with these term. e Cockrell. D "We'll Deposit Our Money with the m. t 99 1 -t Jib m 1 :& g This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. to-wi- t: "WATCH US GROW" est and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, November 2bth, being a regular County Court day for said county, be tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., upon credit of six months, the follow ing property, A taa- -t of land located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, of Pine Hill, and jnat jsouth follows: bounded as On the north by the lands of the Kentuecy, Portland Cement & Coal Co.; on the eaat by the landa of said Company; on the South by the lands et Robert Renner; on the West by the lauds of R. L. Mc Far run and containing 30 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid aud having the forct aud effect of a judgment. Bid dare will be preimred to comply promptly with these terms. to-wit: I When in Mi. Vernon DROP IN OUR NEW STORE On South Side of West Main :& Street You will find our stock clean and fresh, and our prices right. BRING US YOUR PRODUCE Come In and let us get better acquainted. Yours for business, Griffin, Commissioner, Master Rockcastle Circuit Court. G. S. COMMISSION EUSS Q. GRIFFIN P. MT. VERNON, KY. tafli Mi-J- J mm m JLfi hon-pitalit- a-lr-. SILL. Plaintiff, d Peoples Bank, vs : J. L. ovi-rwi- 'h , Ceaamiassomar'i ir- Sle, - Thompson iUhSZi J4 OOO 000 3 I ifai A-'- - ueteaaants. ) Bettie Thompson By virtue of a judgmtnt aud order of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August Term, 1917, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for tail cojra s si People 1 1j i j - Hii-leii- sale at the court boasfl door, ir Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the higi.es' and best bidder, at public suction on Monday, November 26, 1917, being regular County Court da for said countv, between the hour of 9 o'clock a.m. and 3 o'clock p m upon a credit of six months, the following described property, t to-wi- business man knows THE value and convenience of likewise the pngraaaiv fanner; ami. too. the business woman. We shall he glad to initiate' people into detail of keeping a checking accoont, wide-awak- e aJChecking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; WB FOU . -- d'lb.-rville- mm 800C Miles Gtancla.d track ,..:, I nillift :t H! ' To the FdbHe IFcontemplate YOU or your friends Ij directly serving !!i i'.il,,. Aid .1-ii- a Florida Georgia Indiana Kentucky Louisiana Illinois information regarding traveliiig to any point and desire I ill Mississippi Missouri Ohio fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to c...: c. or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the hi Southern Railway-Syste- m I J $p?jMM&xm3tt Or sufficient th- - re f t) M l.Cj,,:V5 L;f pLonejoiciers I romptiy ':..' der-; comply the asm of $3,500.00 With legal '2 will he pre we . t' ll'.l il.nn lit.! U t. SouthCarotina Filled iBterest from the th day ef Feb promptly with these terms. Mounlsin Advocate. Tennessee ruary, 1917, until paid, and the JCyMxmx& G. S. Griffin. &? f Mxm a Virginia cost of this action. Master Commissioner, USE. Main Street. Lexmutou, Kentucky AN OLD MAN'S STOMACH. and the " ,m " m, For the purchase price the purRockeastle Circuit Court. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII As he grows older and less ac District . '. iniininis-.- il Mfceyw.v chaser mast execute bond with k' ' ' live, less and k-COMMISSIONER'S SALE. food is re Columbia " aonroved surety, (earing leyal mi quired to meet the demands of mi ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT interest from day of sale untd ?. 'iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiion our bodies. It too Jmnch babitu COURT. paid and having the force and ef ally taken, the stomach will rePlaintiff, feet el a judgment. Bidders will ,,iV mllllllllJlllllllilllllll bel. When a man reaches the Bank of Mt. Vernon be prepared to complr promptly m vs: Commissioner's Sale. Ur line f CUch Ca8ketJ advanced age of 05 or 80, you will with these terms 13 ur.exeellij find that he is a light eater. Be W. C. Kirby, G. S. Griffin, l Martha Kirby, Hand-madas careful as you will, however 'aflfins furnishet Master Commissioner, BETHURUA X LEWIS you will occasionly eat more than J. T. Bowling, and C.C. Rockcastle Circuit Court Bam sent to all parts el ATTORNEYS AT LAW 3 Defendants you 'should and will feel the Leeaard Kirby, ATTORNEV-ALAW r 1 r fl'ijiiiTi if MT VERNON. RV. the County. MT VEHNON.K need of Chamberlain's Tsbleis By virtu re of a judgment and Will practice in all the coirt. OFFICE. Onzrd.floorof to correct the disorder. Tbae order of the Rockcastle Circuit Office in Bethurum Building--. All orders by Wire PromptK jFilled Bank of Mt. Vernon on . '. . r tablets do not cos tain pepsir, Court, rendered at the August iyUry. o 3C$DC 38C30C: i uu.,.u Bi. opcciaj atten Far Infaats aai Ckiiarea but strengthen the stomach and Term, 19i7, thereof, in the above tion given collections. 64 X f Years enable it to porferm its functions cause, ,1 ahull proceed to offer In Use For Over 'PNONH 8o M . VERXOX, KY. rLCTfcas Phene 94S 1 hey naturally. a)o cense a for sale at the court house door Always bvara . De the geatle movement of the bowels. in aft. Vernou, Ky., to the high- utoie af NorlhCarolina Trains are operated on convenient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C KING, Division Pastenper Ar-nt One tract of land in Rockcastle r 1 ts. f-- i.f t County, Kentucky, ou the water. 1 rsssj of Brush Creek, and bounded as el . we: the inie ligiuce of the peu Mt Vernon on tj P inuin at a white eak ea the vie whea hi makes such a state the t ivn of of K ekcaeeb, Stet of Keutuoij, L'aa.i aide of Bruh Crerk at the nicnt. A blind mau caa see thai falters old Mose Cummins corner whrre nis frieuds ate leaving him it ani . wondtnl the lands of Marion Kicks. Katie Baaada-- i on lb north bv Mai .i roves. A grat rniv of Str&f; oe 'h- - aad south oy Bast and George Pingail eorn?r. will wet Msppovt hiim in the Lnjfsri.e 4 Nnshville rial and running a wesieruly direc this race. They re eyiagepen roid '.'ompa.iy's a e tion wioh tne kinds or" Ifewton ht i! Deuny to a blaok walnut; whichact : $: ; If here in Ktvx coataty Hhat Pow- tbe wet bv prpartf v: )tt is b,- W. T. bmith, deceawseo. due went to a black oak. ers our.ht not to run and if be iwacd the Eiisha Thomas corner; thenct rj vi. p'a And now owued by his heits. Lra tag does run lie will oe defeated. We a straight line with the Count Or sufficient thereof to prohave alwavs supported the ReRoad to a atone; ther.ee running j publican party both in county, duce the sum of $458 7, with with the countv road and1 the M legal inereit from March r,?qi7. ad E Thornss i a sm-- H of lire state arid Ntivv and thi; (water ,rt -a ! 'i:'C'- - ...-ir.i.'a wv tud the oust el r'ois aciou. is aot written w.b any of Jhu Tttueasaoa to a For the purchase price the the lanaa on the wet aide t ly feeling to Mr. Powers. We white oak have always betm his ,f .icud and purchaser must execute bond Brush Creek ; tmenee up and w h COMPLETE ' LINE supporter, but in the interest of with approved surety, bearing the meandering of 8id creek to ., ,v , . . the Republican party aud for the legal interest from day of sale the beginring eora-- r, 00: ta: ing people of this great district, we until paid and having the lorce in all about 100 seres, a 1 es am : WILL. BB GLAD TO TAKR YOUR OliDER THE HatW LrriEKTY LOAN UONDti. r t r TJ nu uanrv u r my ernon Baa J - of-w- - rc : &&X& -- :sc$fj AWVILLL; OWBNS UNDERTAKER 1 ' :fc:e ualnu 'l, - 1 . 1 .- -, JT I i -- :st Mfoti h C ire .Oi-j.s.7- in our repre- - and effect of a judgment. 1 1 Bid- i I - . I M iti ..'.'. 4m&MMiiS23 -- HdtXMM l of i jmBEly! a llimlli T UiHDBBTAKBB iAaftjft e ft aapcp, ecccoc Williams I CASTORIA 30 iailV ObiilrtL Otr STOBi (&&&& 1 WB etY W I 3 WD PHINT