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VERNON, f&tffo 1" M Z Iff m DELCO-LIGH1 ESTABLISHFD X887 VOLUME XXXII 1 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, JUNE 6. 1919 in NUMBER 3, Owe My Life to Mr. Bl McKInley's letter brings chocr to all who may be suffer era as lie was. Read it: "I ran honeelly tny that I om noma of PERUNA BR ODH the EAD crawling withmanyrepulsive creat ures, and instances the residents scooped them up with shovels and burned them in heaps. Farmers in surrounding vicin ity are findindiag ground that has been plowed within tho last few months so filled with holes made by tho cicada that it resembles a siovo, l'ernna. lur life todoctor InAfter country the the beat gave me up nml told mo I could not lIVu another month, IVrune Travelling town from eaved me. to town, throughout tho country kinds and hnvlnir to no Into nil build-Juk- i, of badly hented stores and up for (lometlmci Btandlnir houre at a time tvhllo plying my trade as auctioneer. It li only natural that 1 hnd cold would so when this occur 1 paid little attention to It, until last Ueccmber when I 'contracted- a severe case, which, through neKlcct on my part settled on my tunica. Wits too Isle, I began dortorlnr. tot,reruns. avail, until I heardI without It cured tnrl so of cannot pralio It too highly." lri Mr. Samuel KeKlaTcy, 3507 E. 12th St.. Kansas Qlty. Mo., Member of tho Society of U. 8. Jewelry Auctioneers. Sold RTerywkere. Tablet er JJqaid Form Stop and' TTI -- ky de-nancia veloping traits that will insure success, comfort and I fllflK I first move THE a winning battle of life Is made when saving begins. It II j eaucaie you 1 happiness. Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. F. F. Robbins, who lives in the Copper Creek section, lost his residenco nnd most ot its contents by firo about two weeks ago, tho loss abovo the insurance was about $1000 oo H. J.Hamm, of New York, is with his father and other relatives hero this week, Mrs. James Meredith and little daughter, Virginia, were with her mother, Mrs. Oaks, at the week. Stanford during The residence of Mrs. John Blanton, near Gum Sulphur, was destroyed by fire Saturday morning and but little of the contents were saved. Besides Vfrs. Blanton, Mr. and Mrs. Mat Eaton lived there. No insurance E. B. Newland, who has a good position witli the United States Coal and Coko Co., at Lynch, Ha" Ian, county, was with homefolks Mr. here Sunday and Monday and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry, Mr. ami Mrs. Frazier Hurt and sou, Master Frazier .Hurt, Jr., Mrs. Kate Hgbon and Mrs Edd Gooch, of Crab Orchard, were guests of Mc. and Mrs. John Robins Sun day afternoon. Wilson Masters was in Corbin during "the week. Mr. and Mrs U.'B. Cass, of Phillipsburg were with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cum rains, in tho Quail section over Sunday. C. H. Fritn sold a tract of 75 acres of land near Gum Sulphur to W. F. Engle, of Corbin, for $450.00 Misses Susie T COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT s Bank of Mt. Vernon BO 5 STOVES AND in a dozen different patterns built-i-n The best Oil Stoves, with ovens, on the market. These cook stoves were bought right and will be sold right. Come and examine them if you are in needof anew stove John Robins BRODHEAD USE Hicks and Klnora Frith left Monday for an extended visit to Danville, Lebanon Junction and Lexington. Mrs. H. E. Christie is with Mr. and Mrs John Pike in Lebanon Junction this week C. H. Frith sold the Frith Roller Mill and lot to S. L. Cummins, of Crab Orchard, last week for $2600.00. Tiiis is gcod property and sold for less tliau its worth. A vacant lot adjoining tho prop erty of tlie Citizens Bank and Mrs. J. M. Adams is cheap at $1000.00. Mr Cummins will put this machinery in first class condition and will be ready to take care of the first wheat offered for sale. It looks like thert are better times for Brodhead in Tho Kiddle tho near future. mill that sold a few days ago for $5ooo 00 to Laws and McBee will be operated to its full capacity after now wheat comes in, and it looks like there will be no short age in the staff of life in future here. Dr. V. J. Kdiniston and S. L. Cummins were hero Sun. day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Francisco and family, recent ly from Evarts, Ky., are hero this week- - and we understand have purchased tho property belonging to J. J. Smith for $500. Edd Smith and A. kE. Albright wore in Stanford Tuesday. Miss Mae Farmer, of Louisville is visiting Miss Ada Ward at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sow- dor this week. Miss Eila Carson. who has bean teaching in Col. cord, W. Va. for several months, is at homo this week. Govornmont experts say a! drop kmpqrature will have little effect upon the' insects at their present stage of development. According to Agent Stone, of the Government Burea, as soon as the" insect6 get out of tlieir shells and grow strength enough to fly and mate thoy begin by depositing their eggs on trees and shrubbery, especially on young fruit trees where there is new growth. The Bureau of Entomology, of the Department of Agriculture, explain the cicado emerges over large areas, tilling the ground from which it emerges with innumerable holes, as it swarms over tho country side. Dunne the short life of the insect it leaves very decided marks of its pres ence in egir silts which thickly riTPsmair twigs and "brafiches" The killing of these branches causes temporary harm and a setback to the growth of the tree. The insects mate and pro duce eges within four or five weeks which furnish the next generation 17 years hence. The damage to be expected this season from the locusts could not be estimated by Government experts, although they hold firm in their belief that the visitations and damage would be exceedingly heavy. Entomologists predict that this will be the worst season on jecord for the ravages by the insec-isatheir development has been aided by tho hot weather. Treatment prescribed for their, destruction include: Pyrethrum or insect powder, used in dry or wet form; kerosene emulsion and solutions of various acids. in the s POWERPLANT It consists of an engine, generator and switchboard built as a compact unit. This unit with the storage battery comprises tho complete equipment. The engine runs on either kerosene, gas or gasoline. Electricity is used from the storage battery as required. The engine is ruu hours-a-da- y when necessary to recharge the battery. In this way you get twenty-fou- r etectric service. Tho plant is started by pressing a switch. It stops automatically when the battery 19 full. Delco-Ligis not only simple to operate, but! is convenient, durable, efficient and economical, ht . 1 . . -- -. ,.,. T.T . F OR 8ALE A 'J' WEBBfS Agents for RockcntU' County. DRUG STORE KY. White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants. Made from selected Red Winter Locusts Arrive By Millions Record Ravages Are Expected Cincinnati, Ohio, Juno -It is predicted that the greater sections of Ohio and Kentucky will bo swarmed with millions of"i7-yea- r cicadas," more familiurlv known as locusts, within tho course of a few weeks. This forecast was set forth bv the State Bureau of Horticulture after it was notilied that tho cicado has made its appearauco in large numbers throughout Ham. ilton county and In vicinities tha Ohio and Miami rivers on both sides. Parts of Cincinnate, tho Queen City, appear as though it were in tho grip of a monstrous funuus growth. Beautiful trees und fhrubberv in the public narks and cemeteries are loaded down with the pests, aud residents are fast complaining that the locusts are appearing in their lawns . Pavements In certain localities of surrounding Buburbsaro llterly sur-roundi- THE STATE DEVELOPMENT MEETING, The business people of the State of Kentucky thoroughly realize the importance of all the citizens being prosperous It is realized today more than ever that every family in a rural district who fails to use enough energy to support themselves by means of products from the farm is a drain on tho resources jof the state, and every farmer who produces enough to support his family and one more family of like size is helping materially to keep the money ex pended by people in this state at homo and stop the importing of tilings that can be produced within the state. It has been thoroughly demonstrated that the poorest people we have, work as much and are as cuergotic as tho people who are well to do, but they use bad judgement and fail to calculate in a way to make tholr labor produce the desired results. It is the intention of tho State Development Committee to carry on an educational campaign that will help theso fellows to use better judgment aud make the products of their labor do more for them iliau to produce a mere living. When this point is attained, Kentucky will take her place with the states north of LIVINGSTON, IKS bo-fo- re high, standard this bank set for itself in the conduct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances. The spirit of this institution is one of helpfulness We should like to number THE you amoung our patrons PEOPLES BArKSalvation Army For half a century the Salva tion Army have kept their contract with God aud man. They have been wiping the bloo I from the faces of meu who fought, feeding tho hungry anJ lifting the fallen from tho alums of ail the great cit ies. Thoy did effee tivo work and received nfuch no toriety during tho finer War when thoy stood by the fighting Tommies on many a bloody field. It was this war that they had tholr first experience in this lino of work, but during the World's War they received more promi nence because the eliects 01 their work were more clearly seen, and the work which thoy had been doing for the past fifty years was done on a greater scalo but this demonstrates their ability to do great things. It was only a larger field for tlieir work. They are now willing to - OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Science eaya that oM age betslna wltli oreuns. weakened kldnes anil This being true. It Is iay to lullf-vby keeping-- tho kldnea and dl that geetlve oruana cleansed and In in oyer working order old uxe ail be deterred and llfu (uolontced far beyond that enjoyed by the average peiaun. For over J00 years GOLD Mi:UAI. Haarlem Oil lian beu relieving tl. weakneaaea and Mixability duo to ade vancing )oara. it la a standard home remedy nnd no Introduction 1101.11 MKIi.W, Haarlem Oil U Inclosed In odorle-aataatelem containing uboul i drop efii-Take thtun aa you would a pill, with a email old-timnet-d- her. GuT THIS OUT AND TAKE IT WITH YOU. A man often forgets tho exact uamo of the article ho wishes to purchase, and as a last resort takes something else instead. That is always disapointing and unsatisfactory. The safo way is to cut this out and take it with you so as to make sure of getting Chatcborlalu's Tablets. You will find nothing quite so satisfactory for constipation and Indigestion. A trial will convince you. Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Cab Orchard Miling Co. CRAB ORCHARD. KY. erss-L L- awallow of water. The oil ttlmutatei the kidney action and enable the organs to throw off the polaona which ciuao premature old axe. New lit and atrunnth Increase ai you continue tat treatment When completely reolsrej continue taking a capeule or two ecb day. r,OL,l MfiDAL, Haarlem Oil will keep ou In health and vigor iud prevent a return of the dleeiM. IK not wait until old aee or dlaeaae have nettld down for good. Oo to your lruKKit and i;i--t a bot ot tXILD Money MKUAI. Haarlem Oil Capaulea. refunded If tawy do not help you. Three alien ltut remember to aik for the orlulnal Imported lloLU MULUL brand. In aealed packafea. m Cap-hul- rs hold their great army intact aud purpose is to help all suileriug go buck to the bowory uudtho, humanity. slums, to go to the depths of Cliinutown, to go anywhere and -- - - - J l .. 5 Advertise in Signal CA8TOSIA fW FLETOKf C everywhere that distress calls. b. W. BETHURUA A Let it be from misguided conn ATTCIlNr.Y AT LAW Y? duct of an ihdividuil, or from ft MT.VKUNON.KV, (7 circumstances for which the inV.''v 4 'A--, 'nj'f tlu court. SK y Otficvoii Chinch strrt-dividual is not responsible, it is ' u'.l the biiuu tu tlicin, Their ft r$3T$X qx$X$X& i ft f ,iiif Tlilir '" " '"--' ffSMMMrtfff7M 1. . .' ',' Mt. Vernon Cigna Friday, June 6, 1919 Publish d every Ft iday EDGAR S. A1.PK1(,I SUBSCRIPTION ONH VKAK h7 $1-0 Advertising tales maue known application on MKMBKKOF SSOCIATION KENTUCKY PRKSS built tit 0 propei height Irom the pound, at icgulaled nnil standard dis tance from the il walk, and the grounds are tinifiiriiiily ku)r We should look to tho develop I' niont of the public srh o's iK'i'i) Uml our bos ami uirli n eolvu their tirsland lusting Im prossion of coinnnmity lite. I"l us pay our teachers an honest living wage so as to hold t most capable and efficient teut' cr.s in our schools, teachers w I. with the will of tlio couununity in an effort to butter conditions genet in which th 11 iMif-kbiualu wn.u and altomake Mount Ver gether lift to we would have It. non the slio ilder to the -.t 'i . j: - " LIVINGSTON CHANDLER S(X f79 5 11 h aiithorizi-i-l to announce W. T. SKOIIT n dixlitlnlc for State Senator in the We are l"tli Senatorial District, subjei-- t to the iiit Ion of the Ki'tmlilicnn party at Its primary election on Augtmt 2, 1919. ANNOUNt'BMKNTS We are authori.eil to announce HON. K. HUM.OCK as u catllilate for Uepreseittatlve from the Seventieth LegiHltiti vu district, com oosod of Rockcastle and Laurel conn ties, subject to the action of the Repub lican party at its primary election on August --'. 1919 TIIK MAKING OF MOUNT VKRNON Somk one has said that "God made the country and man made the city". We would not speak disparagingly of either, for God has made both. H ts true that tTib men from the country and is dependent upon the coun try for food and raw material Likewise is the country depend ent upon the other. Much has been said and writ ten about the beauty and glory of But what of the country-sidour city, still in the process of the making? In the making of a city the beautiful should be developed, not merely that we may boast of its grandeur, but for the cul tured etfect of the beautiful upon the mind and spirit. We should develop beautiful streets, buildings, parks, homes and " scenery. Then the city should be filled with people interested in the gocd of others. There should bo no clashing of classes, but a people- who have learned the j of ready to rejoice with them that rojoice and weep with them that weep.-uci- ty where all men realize that God is the common father and each man and brother and neighbor of every other. The community spirit should be developed, for without it no city can hope to prpsper. The citizens of Mount , Vernon should be organized to look out for and obtain in dustries of every kind. The on ergiesof our peoplo must be com bined with our own and other capitul to bring about a better industrial condition. We should think of our city as a home and not any particular lot within it Wo should develop that spirit thut is thoughtful of other homes as well as it's own. We should build a city where liumun lite is valued along with material riches. Many cltirs throughout the world are known by the product of their factories. Wo should have a citv that is willing to stake its reputation upon the quality of men and women that it produces. WJiat are brick and steel, shoes and money compared with the stuff of which real manhood and womuu flow of e. se-cr- et Miss Hullio Aslirr has return J ho tic for a months visit from AbiH-d'cu- . M'ss., where she U idi'ig college.- -- Thomas Farntle ley, bo.ter known ns Red, says tl.itt millions of t.ota'o bugs are getting in his potato p.tchofa now vatietv of bugs. Ho claims each one wears an overcoat which proves they aim to stay over the winter. Judgo Cam Mullins, tf Jly. Mt. Vernon, was here between J. P. K. Drum-monWo should give adequate nt trains Monday. finished loading his goods toiithn to our churches. Our people can bo more accurately and chatties Tuesday and started judged ami their real worth es- fn Kuoxville where ho will make timated by their church build-ing- s his (uturo home. Mrs. Drum-unnwas already in Knoxville. and attendance than most 11 citv John Clark will move his family anv thing else. When religion, it into the property vacated by Mr looses sight of its Ftiffcrs in its morals and when Drummond. Our friend, w M it- morals are lax, every o her Hicks has sold his farm and mill interest deteriorates. And again, to a man by the name of York for churches in our cities greatly 1,500. Hick is undecided as to Em enhance the value of our prop- - what he will do at pre-enerty. Quinti has sold his property tnett In the making of our city, we on Main street to a Mr. Medlock would promote good in business. for 2,300. It seems that prop. 111 un a iu Ojr business must be ronductcd erty is on .. uooiu :.. ti.:n ........ as tins win oe all,-t- he Price, man Mullins for the benefit of who works, the man who con- tho style of the new firm that are trols and the man that buys. moving into our town, are re Our business men should take pairing the store room and soon the lead in ovory movement for will be ready to begin business Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Oliver are and the betterment, beautifyiug of our town. It will spending a few days with rela vctfciuwi to their Jc& and SUvaaaa thif fatevests - should bo conducted week. -Businesson a plane that will give everv Mr. and Mrs. D B. Rambo, man a square deal. and son, Leslie, spent Saturday us not blame fate or others and Sunday with relatives at Let if the morals of our city are de- Stanford. Mrs. E. L- Cockrell c graded, if the officers do not and son, Brown, are in Stanford the law or if we are not this week. Mrs. Alice Waddle. progressing intellectually and nf Ash Grove. Mo., who was materially as we should Let us hero to see her mother, Mrs blame ourselves. Do we want Rosoanna Graves, has returned our city beautiful, filled with home. W. H Cottengim who people whose lives are guided bnH thn misfortune to stick a by tho altruistic motives, whose nail in his foot and has been conhearts are filled with the com- fined to his room several days, is munity spirit, where tho city's out again Cobo Asher lias reoversjas and is most glorious out-pu- t Is the kind turned from and quality ef its men and women, looking fine. .L. H. Davis, Prof. . . .. 11 whore its commercial interests Leo Webb and son. uyrou, aie a fishing trip. we united for the benefit of all?, up the rHer on Then lot eaoh man put his Emmett Quinn was iu Mt. Verd d - t. Come and See the New Chandler Touring' Car Most Beautiful Big-CChandler touring THE newhave waited for it. modelherehere. and we are all proud and happy. now It's is fore-runn- er J 1 Offering of the Season, and the Price is Only $1795 ar We have waited for it. Old Chandler tsn tu!& The Chandler of the past has had splendid bodies, but the new Chandler touring car in beauty of line, in bigness, in comfort of even surpasses its immediate workmanship and in its lustrous finish. nicety of its custom-lik- e its cushioning, in the a bi& cpu.. Its high hood and radiator, its broad cowl, The new Chandler Touring Js its wide and deep doors give it distinctive appearance. And One 1)13 It-RID- a dream-the past are continued. The cushion? are upholMered In d plaited leather. The front compartgenuine gray linoleum, ment floor boards arc covered with heavyauxiliary chairs aluminum-bounThe two comfortable In use. fold away, entirely concealed, when not hand-buffed. en-lorc- Nothlnft has been cut out to permit the delivery of this tourir. car at the Chandler price. Indeed, many little details of nicety arc added. The bade curtain window side curtains fit Is beveled plate glass. The clear-visio- n snugly and open with the doors. There are detachable rear quarter.bow curtain. There arc outside door bandies. Features which have been standard Chandler qualities In Carrying this Handsome Body Is the Famous Chandler Chassis You will choose the new Chandler touring fcr Its bigness and its comfort and its handsome dignity. Out you will choose It, too, for its mechanical excellence. Fifty thousand Chandler owners know, better than we can tell you, what a good car the Chandler is. The famous Chandler motor and the sturdy excellence of the whole chassis make the Cbundler notable among fine cars. Tha Chandler continues for 1919 all Its distinguished mechanical features; solid cast aluminum motor base extending from frame to frame, silent chain drive for the auxiliary motor shafts, annular ball bearings, Hosch Magneto ignition and many other features of design and motor car equipment characteristic of the highest-clas- s construction. il! SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Sevtn-Ptisttnt- Touring Car, S119S tr , i , CouvntihU Sedan, S249S , All Prices, Dispatch Car. itbJS Convertible Couji., S2193 o. b. I Roaditer. H79S Limauiinr, tS09i Clcselaia BRYANT BROS. To the Good People of Rockcastle HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT IT ? burden-bjfring- I CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, TheW.J.SparksCo. Are desirous of closing out all their Farming Interests 111 the County and have placed in our hands for 'sale all of their 800 Acres of Land Located 2 miles one-hal- f from Mt.Vernon, on the Dixie High a ay hood are made ? In the beginning of the building of a city we must banish the evil, for we cannot hope to build well unless we do. We do not attempt to erect u great building without tirst clearing the ground of all tucum ruuee In every community you will find at least three classes of citizens,-tho- se are willing to fight who evil and suffer the consequences; those who foster .and promote evil, because trom this they have their living, and the class that is Indifferent and cowardly and to them it matters not. I.et us offer some positive and obstructive suggestions with reference to Mount Vernon. Wo can build the right kiiid or city uncouragiug good iu every form, develop our home life, for it has been said that no nutiou can liso higher tlan the level of its home life, We should ?ncourugo the owning and building und the Utter pluii of building tbeui How much more attractive and alluring is a community its actual value. It is right on At about The Dixie railroad and railroad station on place Highway iiiiip through it, kakiiJit an ideal subdivision. All good limestone land and 600 acres cleared and over 500 acres of this in grass. About 50 a les of as line bottoms aa you can find anywhere, in corn and meadow 80 acres in oats sowtd to grass with a good stand. Several acres in alfalfa. About 200 acres of this farm will raise good tobacco. This place has tin extra large barn, two story 50x72, concieto foundation and seveial poncreto troughs right in bain for stock, piped fiom a splendid spring, any number of stalls and places to feed cat tie"; tlie second story is 31 feet from floor to roof; large concrete silo 45x14. This barn and silo could not be put up today for $4,000 00. This place also has a number of smaller barns. It has 23 houses, one of which is two story of six rooms, halls, porches, metal root etc. The place is splendidly watered. Any number ofas (jno springs as over came out of the earth, ponds and 7 or 8 wells. Well fenced and nice large orchaid. It is an ideal stock farm and u There goes with this placo one money maker. Blizzard silage cutter, grass seeder, lime spreader, and all ordinary farming tools. And also.&r. immediate delivery all the growing crops on tHlaee go wiii it. His one of those Goldeu Opportunities 111 life to make a splendid investment and gH big return. You cannot afford to pass this proposition by for it is a SNAP. The terms are very easy and it goo for a song. If you waut it you nitit act quick for opportunities like this are not offered every oiny. Write, 'phono or see us quick. nou Monduv on business. Mr9. H. M. Gritiin has moved to tho Griffin farm near Mt. Vernon. The milroad company have purchased the Kivor Mansion and are tearing it down, as they want the ground for tracks. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Nicoley and Mrs. W. G. Niceloy are in Cincinnati this week purchasing a light pi nt. There has been a man here from Mt. Vernon this week wiring tho houses that will take lights. When v.oget our lights, our pikes and elect James D. Black, gover nor, we will bo going some. Miss Bonnie Niceley and brother, Henry, of Mt. Vernon lave been visiting relatives here for a few days. Miss Klla Mae 13 Ian ford is here from Louisville where she is taking a business course. Tho posters are out uow telling the day and date of the big reunion at Level Greeu and a big dinner on tho ground. -- Lot every one that wishes to give one day of their life to a good cause and help matte it a day long to be come to Level Green on tho sCth of this mouth and meet your friends. Daniel Ponder sold his property to Fred Mullins, of Mullins Station for $1500 J. W. Hlggins will move into the Ward property over the river. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, of Knoxville, Tenn., have returned homo after a few days AS LONG AS HOME FOLKS GIVE QUALITY AND PRICE WHY? GO AWAY TO BUY car of Flour car of Meal A car of Oats and Hay A A A car of CORN car of Horse and Stock Feeds A car or Brick A car of Cement A car of Plaster A. that seed Realizing tick days are here I made a SPECIAL ORDER here with relatives. BOOZE IS MOT A 10,000 lbs. of LARD To help Grandmammy out in greasing the babies. FOR .. GOOD CUUB. es When a man comes to you all doubled up , with pain aud ho wttl die In your pres-onc- e u procure him a unless drink of whUkoy, Bond him to a doctor or else' give him a dose Colic and ChamboiklnVj. of Hughes & McCarty I. Diarrhoea ttem'edy Thero is a whole mistako notion ' nt6ug wxe is the lot of people that host remedy for. colic and ,Btom-au- h ache. STANFORD, KY. Ju&t received a lot of njcn'and boys' suits at prices that are right at Diuuitnouda Store.LivlBgsUto. J". W. RIDER stock is complete and my price is right. G'Whiz I forget to tell you I've got the powder that kills the Rat like the Fly Power kills the fly. My Grocery jtwr-- pt w H Some now things for men nnd young men arrivo dully ut Fish's. Mt. Vernon, Ky, June 6, 1919 Just received a lot of matting rugs, all sizes, at Drummond's up"Ho. " Whinwr. 7Q want toOommllnl' L fy Store, LivltiRRton. f 7 oaa 'With BIONXI. Work on tho Dixie Highway near town is progressing line. Tho boys from Frankfort are do ing good work and seem to be well satisfied here. lOVKVILLC NA1HVIM.C Mt. Vernon Signal Tho Dr. M. K Pennington, dentist, is in Urodhcad this week. from all sections to attend the Read ad of Clark & Co , the new Livingston grocery Arm. They aro successors to J. P. E. Drummond. See Dr. M. K. Pennington, tho Dentist, who is in Brodbead for a week or ten days if you need dental work. Add elsewhere in column. an-oth- A largo crowd was prosont Memorial services at Scaffold Cane church last Sunday. B. H. CO. TIME TABLB. 22 north 24 north 28 south 21 4.57 p 8:35 am jouth 12:35 P 12:45 am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Knttrcd t th lit u mcowI-cU- Vernon, Ky. Poctotte mall mttUr. PEKHONAL Grant Mulltns has returned from overseas. Mrs. Anna Miller spent Sun-da- y with relatives at Coruin. timmett 'Bryant continues very sick. He has pneumonia. W. T. Crawford and family are visiting relatiues near Berca. Miss Tevis Bethurum has re. turned from If. C. W. at Danville. Dwight Bowman has gone to Kansas to work during the bered among the sick during the week. Mrs. Ina Millor, who is hero on a visit to relatives has been -v- w. J. Sparks Ins bocu num- ery-sick, The little daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Emmett Sowder is very sick today. Mr. and Mrs A. H McFerron are ex pec tod to return from Florida tomorrow. John D. Miller is flagman foi Gapt. Ashby on the run from Louisville to Corbin. Wheeler Meadows was with the lamily of his brothor, J.T. Mead ows here this week. Mrs. J. C. Taylor and little daughter, are visiting, her sister, Mrs. M. F. Craig this week. Marion Hamlin, who lives in Detroit, has been very sick for several weeks, but he is better now Miss Esther Staverson spent a portion ol the week with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mullins at Berea. Miss Bess Hamlin has gone to Detroit to spend the summer with the family of her brother, Marion Hamlin. Mrs. Betty Hansel has returned to her homo here after an eight months stay with her daughter in Wilton. Mrs. Jack Lawrence and daughter. Mary Elizabeth, are with Dr. and Mrs. 6. B. Lawrence at Level Green. Judge Cam Mullins was in Frankfort Monday and received one of the army trucks for use on our roads. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bowman and Miss Loreno Mullins. attended Berea College commencement Wednesday Mr. aud Mrs. W. G.- - MoBee spent from Sunday until Wednesday in Louisville. Mr. was buying goods. Misses Emma and Grace Taylor, Risso Ramsey and Mrs. Aug ust Krueger and children were In Crab Orchard Friday. E. G Cooper, of Jefforson, Tonn., in visiting his brother, J. L Cooper. Ho says he doesn't know when he's going to return. Mr. and Mrs. GroverSowdet have returned to Mt. Vernon and are occupying Mrs. Oscar Wallen's property on Main street. Mrs. Mattle Mullins has been In Berea and vlsitiner friends Lexington and also her uncle, Mc-B- ee Ruth Mullins, Bonnie Nlceley. Dessie Niceley, Margaret Sparks, Dorothy Albright, Edna Davis, Eliza Langford. Mesdamos H.T. Young, Cleo Brown, C. C. Davis. Messrs. H.T. Young, C.C.Davis, Richard Cox. Lognn Bryant, Arthur Cooper,' Earl Cox, Roscoo Adams, Ralph Griflin, William Sp.rks, Bill Johnson, Russel Dr. m. rennington ciosea a Niceley, Vernon Cox, Everett deal yesterday with Fred Knlpe Bryant, and John Albright. $100 REWARD, $100 for the property on old Main The readers of this paper will New Church: When Rev. bolter fecawz-a- s the D. C. Poin Jo?ftpW. Hag'm KittJiS ofias ej&2rn (hat was "erelo ter residence. The property there is at least one dreaded deliver that masterly address will bo repairodand usjejdfojrjij disease that science has been parsonage for the minister of the he showed a keen interest able to cure in all it stages and ment, Baptist church. in the subject of the new Cliriit-ia- that is catarrh. Catarrh biing constitu-tutionReports from London are that Church Building for Mount greatly influenced by conditions requires conup to 3 p m. yesterday eleven jur- Vornon. He said the Christian treatment. Hall's ors had been secured in the Mul- people everywhere are waking stitutional, lins case and tho full jury was ex- up to the great importance of Catarrh Medicine is taken interpected by the close of the day having an attractive church nally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the and that the trial would begin buildiog well located. 'I am this morning. Some eighty or quite sure," said ho, "that the System thereby destroyiug the ninety witnesses have been sum- people of this good town tully foundation of the disease, giving moned from this county. appreciate the necessity of con- the patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting Jas. Weaver, who left this structing such a building and nature in doing its work. The county several years ago and lo- that they can and will do so. It proprietors have so much faith cated at Hamilton. Ohio, brought takes work, but you people have the curative powers of Hall's tho remains of his son, W. H. the pujh and ability to do any' in Catarrh Medicine that they offer Weaver, ago 26 years, back and thing you once make up your One Hundred Dollars for any laid him to rest on last Monday minds to do. It will bo joyful faile to cure. Send cemetery news to mo to hear that Mount case that it in the Maretburg for list of testimonials. Young Weaver was a victim of Vernon has started a building Address F. J. Cheney & Co., To tuberculosis and bad been sick that will be a credit to the great ledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists and sacred cause for which It for several months. 750. will be erected." Thru an oversight last week we failed to mention the marriage of Miss Miranda Baker, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Baker, of the Plato section of Pulaski county and Victor Price, of Level Green. Thoy were married more Overalls are advancing every day. We have than a week ago in Joffersonville a large stock nnd still soiling at old price and wo understand will make their home at Livingston whero Mr. Price expects to be in busi ness. afe-t-hc n al Moro than fifty have gone from tills county as witnesses in tho trial of W. M. Mullins at London for the killing of Luther Manus. They will be used as character witnesses. Remember there will be another sale at tho Rockcastle Stock Pens on tho third Monday. Get ready. If you want to buy be here aud if you have something to sell bring it in. Tho convicts are getting lined out and are doing splendid work, and the County Engineer, C F. Bradbury roads knows how should bo built and he is seeing to it that what is done, is done right. Mr. Dan Sowder, age about 78 year, died at his home in Indianapolis last week. The decoasod was a former citizen of this county but has lived in the Hoosier capital for many years. He has a number of relatives in this county. The Boy and Girl Scouts in churgo of Arthur Cooper and Miss Helen Aultman hiked to the caves at the big till last Friday. After going through thecavcs and eating lunch thoy spent the evening hiking through the woods. It was reported that the day was very joyfully spout. The Loyul Sons wero given a social at the home of Rev. H T. Young Thursday night, May 29". It waa one of the most enjoyable of tho season. Deliehtlul refresh ments ere served. Those pres Sparks Quarry will Boon start work again. Tho demand is us great and when the Sparks Quarry plant is ready, the output from the W. J. Sparks Co., will be as great as tho 1OI3 and i9i4 run, which was the banner year for the company. YOU READ It in this oaoer Elder James Riddle tells a very interesting beo story. For nearly three years he had not had any bees, but in his yard wore three One day last empty stands. week a swarm or possibly a part of the swarm came, lighted on one of these stands and went to work Later in the day another swarm or the rest of this same swarm came to the same stand and they liekwise went to work. How these busy little creatures happened to come to this empty stand' and whether those that came first were all of one swarm, and those that came later, Were another swarm or whether those which came first were preparing the waj , as some says, for the others which followed latter in the day. Elder Riddle regarded it as a very peculiar incident and a fact that would be of interest to misers and lovers of bees. entwere: Misses Christine Davis, every week you hear your friends talking all the time Now, if you doubt it come and see the good clothes, hats, and other stylish things men and boys wear at THE CASH STORE j.i.TAyin NIW YODK iDt fS S V2 9 WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW T.r OVERALLS Miss Kate DeBord, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. DeBord, of the Level Green section, and William Snyder, prominent farm er of IChorokee, Oklahoma, were married this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Nlcoley. After visiting his peoplo near Corbin they will leave for Utah whero they will make their fu- CROWN OVERALL BIG BEN OVERALL $2.50 2.25 Dry Goods We have just received a nice line of Dry Goods, Calicoes, including Ginghams, Domestic, etc. The price is right. If you need anything, it is money to you to come to .the brick on COR. A "My dealer was right y J0 satisfy!" There's more to a cigarette than "pleasing the taste." Other cigarettes, besides Chesterfields, can do that But Chesterfields do more they begin where the rest of em st op I Because Chesterthey let you fields "touch the smoke-spot- ?' do SATISFY know you aro smoking they have it SATISFY. It's all in ' There you blend of fine selected TURKISH the blend a and DOMESTIC tobaccos. And the blend 1 s ture home. FARMERS COMMUNITY MEETING. B. J. Sandman, the advance agent of the Farmers Community Meetings to bo held throughout the state this summer, was here on Wednesday evening and met a few citlzons and went over the mattor Jwith them. It wus decided to have a meeting in this county commencing July 14th and lustiner three days. There will be a new instructor for each meeting and the various questions bearing on bettoring conditions throughout the county will be discussed. A few years ago we would have had some apprehension about getting people from the country to attend a meeting of this kind, but wo now have no fears about a good for no one now attendance, advisability of leaving doubts the bis work long enough to hear dhcussions of such general imThe people of this portance. county have been awakened to a realization of the fact tbat to cooperate and use up to date methods, each and every one will bo benefited, either directly or Indirectly. To have this meeting accomplish tho greatest good, every one should be interested aud talk the moetlug amongst their noighbors, as well as make up their minds to attend every session themselves. MAIN' AND TAYLOR STRKKTS - W.B.Sigmon ui . cant be v ? copied. w ,j That's why it's Chesterfields or nothing if you want this new thing in cigarette enjoyment. Dr. M.K. Pennington Dentist . Judge M. W. R. Cress, at Montlcello 0. Millor who is tolegnph- log at Emory Gap, Tenn., is with Mt. Vernon relatives. Mace looks just the same as he did several years ago. Mrs. W. T.Francis, and daughter, Mrs. Oats, left this week for Montlcello whero they will spend the summer. Mr. Bradbury is occupying Mrs. Francis' residence. LOCAL See Fish's about your summer undorwear today. Closing out sale of women's giughain dresses, 98 cents, so long as they Ust, at Drummond's Store, Livingston. IS NOW AT Chesterfie CIGARETTES v' BRODHEAD AND WILL EE THERE FOR A WEEK OR TEN of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos -- blended TApy i sArsry DAYS Office with Dr, Carter trended and felt that you did not have a frloud in tho world, and know that your conduct hud been such that you did not do. serve a friend, you woula naturally (eel veiy grateful to anyone If vou were sick and fluancially who would help you got medical to their bodily needs, then tliev attention, furnish you a home will li.tvo much more influence mid cure forjou just as gently ovit tlium spiritually than the us your mollior .would. This is pvoplu who merely preach to thu class of poypto who are tuUen ilioin uud do nothing moro. care of by the Salvation Army, wimt doou tliiuWot the SaU und when you have ministered xuUu ,Vrui ? -f- ltA. mlim'ntMMm liMUMi imA i TELLS OF THRILLS PROTEST BACK TAXES Oil .The We Hope Mot Doctor lint ik-1- Operation i WHEN SHELLS FLY id KAN WHO SAW WAR ON FOUH DEATH ESCAPE3 FRONTS MANY Men TIME3WHILE ING SOLDIERS. SERV- Fool That tho Suits Brought By Olnciais Aro Unfair SPECI A L SALE CLARK &CO.'S LIVINGSTON, KY, .1 AT H i tilings do happen ami what of the poor fellows wjiu lmvo to abide by the verdict? Listen The plcasiuitest thought is that t'.uit clueis"tliii ron-valesee- Savings Account which thoy started while tlio skitM were bright and all going well with them, Don't wait until tho pain strikes you, Start Saving To-da- y. FIRST STATE BANK LIVINGSTON, KY. Capital $15,000. Deposits $64,000. the County tit Subscription? to Victory Loan NOT VKT 2 YKAI'.S OI.I) It) We GROCERIES MEAT, LARD, Including Carry a Pull Line of '.. (I Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. MEAL FLOUR and in fact everything that is kept in an up to date Grocery WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF "McHTrrirBbWOVERALES ODD PANTS, WORK SE1IRTS AND HATS 5cto from a genuine Panama down to the lowest priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a live and let live price. P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our "IOcC'OUNTKK, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. - CUMMINS J.B. West Main Street On A A .!::s,tttr:ti:t:'t-ftstitjfi- :sv - r .x. Green-Sea- l your repair bills House-owners house and save Horn Hum 700 Y. M. O. A. Ferlcu with the roUHpi of tin- - American rxpi'illtlniiiiry fmre li the fiimt lines (lurltitf the lust month of tho war. prlrml" Frank SI. Vnn Kpih. woiniilcil while nerving ns :i Y. SI. C. A ivorkcr In the Arconne, tohl nf some ol hlx e.sierloncos In a talk lit the Y. M. 0. A. tolleRe here: (In the way to France Inst April on Hip Oimiizii, Van Kmn iilnl fill oth.'i "V" men narrowly esenpeil ilrownlmf when the ship was torpedoed hy n (Ionium IMxnit. Van Kpps was dUMnnnl secrctarV of the Y. SI. C. A. ontllt. lie worked with the Fifth division until the nrmlx. lire was Klcned. He was dressed tip In uniform when he arrived i doushhoy' 'iere. A limp and a Witling slum; oer III shoulder containing what U left of Ids equipment complete his couvenlr of more thnn six months' service overseas. Van Kpps saw the war on four front In France and Alsnce, serving In Hie trenches on two of, them. When the Oronr.o was torpedoed on April 2!) 00 miles ofT tho coast of Wales "Rot" two out of a convoy of seven steiimxhlin. The Oronzn . went down In 12 minutes after she truck, and Van Kpps n ml other "Y" men t all their Imickukp. They destroyer picked up hy a torpedo-hoa- t iittl landed nt IIollhead, Wales. In Front Line. In southern initl middle Alsnce, Vnn was In the trenches and at SL Sllhlel, when the drive opened. !ie lieenme a stretcher hearer nfter his Getting word to siHiplles rau out. dilft to the Argonnp, he traveled all iluht liy train, on trucks and afoot, .mil spent the neit three weeks sleep- iijTIii shell holes and ti enehes when lie was not at work. At Mudcili'lne farm, on Oetoher 18 Vnn Kpps und Thomas F. Hmllcy o! low ii, another Y. SI. C. A.'mnn, set up shop In nn old harm All hut three ol "Y"'' wofEersw eiit' Iiiicl the" twenty-livf to get Mippllcs. The har:i had heen under shell lire for several days, hut Kpps and Iludley 'ledded It Vrni . Van enough to sleep In, They hull! good 'i tied of hoxes of Jam, "w It It n tub of ) I chewing tobacco for a pillow and lay down. Half a mile hack, an American hat I cry was hammering tl.e (ii'i'miui-- , and two nermaii nlrs'plaiieseame over look Ing fur the position. They let go two ) ex.. homhs which landed ona each side of third, which tho harn. Soon came struck the roof, bringing down a mass of raftcra and beams and scattering .shrapnel. A splinter wns driven through the calf of one of Ilmllej 'e legs and a piece of shell tore through both oC, Van Kpps thighs. After dressing stations and field hos pltnls had finished with them they spent hnlf a day In an ambulance and then were put aboard a French bus pltal train, where they remained an other two days. One of these days wns Sunday, so Vun Epps, at the sugges Hon of some 'of tho doughboys, "put on" a service, conducting It propped up la his stretcher. Clilcnpo. worl.iTH enw llrM-llne lo-swi-r'. first-Hue e Thomat M. Owsley and F. B. Tomb Express Opinions in rieBru w tempt to Collect from Interests In Excess of Production Tax. 1M.-- OII j -- men Lexington, K.. Slay of Kentucky ate up In aims oer tho lounllis suits tiled III IMIII und Infur taxes 011 oil wells mid leases, tituling buck taxes on land which for jnns was worth practically nothing .nut on which the oil men have voluntarily Increased their assessments when the land piocd to be proline-Ihprih-lde- SATURDAY, JUNE 7TH BULK COFFEE, 26c pound. The best to be had. Get your summer's coffee. It will cost you more money. Good white Meat, 28c per pound. Don't miss this. Quaker PANCAKE FLOUR J 5c package for He. It is good. PORK and BEANS. They are fine. Special for one week J Oc. Get your syrup now. One gal. KARO 80c ; J -- 2 gal. 40c. FOR ONE WEEK - BEGINNING e. Purine the session of the 1018 legiswhich lature a law was pasi-ethat all oil wells should be laxed fine per cent of Hie value of the cruilu ill for slate purpose and not to of one'per cent for cotm-i.puiK)ses. .Now the uudltor's om-lu- ilf iigi-nt been developed 'mm one of the poorest to one of the rlihest counties In the state thiougli of oil producers. Is thu to leciner thousands o( dnlliii'!. In Imii I: tacs fioin the oil men, lalng leases, Wells, n. eveiy sort 1 Improvement, iiotwllstandliig tin- - production lav. of uiie and a half percent is stilled In Hie statute to he In lieu .if all other taxes. Thnliias SI. Owsley, head of the Kentucky till Ki hange, declined toila." that the attempt to "mulct" the o.l taxes wa In these additional unfair and 1111 outiage." The oil men piuctlcally hnd tl.e word of the stale, expiesscd throilu'i ihe legislature," said Sir. (wsli,"lhnt the taes they p.ilil shoillil he llialted to l'a per cent of their production. Now along come these tu sharks, ut riaiiLfort and seek not only to ta lands unit leases ut their value but at a Milne that did not exist In former je.irs. It ought not to he possible 10 put the oil priiilihcis to the expeu-suit, though I do not IhliiU sin, 1, under the the tax sharks uin law. !n Kstlll, whli h has s 11 of 11 WOOL SOAP, the soap to use for fine fabrics. 9 oz. package worth 15c for He. Tripple-coate- d GRANITEWARE, in white and blue. Just the thing for your summer canning, 50 and 75c values, 38c during this-sale- . CRUSTENE the shortening for cakes, for 50c. 2-l- b. can, 75c value We carry the best Horse and Mule FEED made, thePREMO. It will keep your stock in good condition. $3.15 a hundred. This week's price Xlie-ba- d BrinjyjaurtQduce..J3witt get elsewhere. ).. a. knov the annovance and expense of continually paying out money for repair bills, but by using Hanna's Green Seal Paint on their property occasionally, these bills can be done away with to a large extent. Any surface, if left to itself and not properly painted, is bound to decay sooner or later, whereas a coat or two of paint at reasonable intervals will prepare it to withstand all the ravages of time and wet weather. Formula on Every Package 8oldler to Study. Paris. With the arrival of Ocneral Ilees from Washington on dctnll from the war department to tnke churge of the nrmy educational work, progress has been rapid along Uie lines laid down In tho program submitted by the Y. SI. C. A. army educntlonnl commis sion. Text books required-t- o satisfy tho demands of tho men for Instnic coming overseas rapidly, nC' tlons nre cording to Prof. John. Krsklnc of Columbia university, clmlnnan of the "Y" commission; post schools nro starting up at Uio rate nf 40 to a division und groups of officers and men are being absorbed by French and Ilrltlsh universities to the limit of their capacity. General Praises Y. M. G. A. Pars. There arc some fools tn tho Y. M. 0. A., according to Ilrlg. Oen. J. P. O'Nell of tho Ninetieth division. "Our Y M. C. A. Is everything to he desired," said the general. "Among the employees are some fools. One of them was such a fool that ho would not 8ty-awfronrtlie front line, and tib got so tied up with Iloche shells and other projectiles that we were forced to recommend him for a Distinguished Service Cross. That Is a sample of the men you have sent to us. Please keep this work upund whether I am commanding this division or not, tho things tfiat you have dono will make a lasting impression upon it." ay ISOLD nr JjmiifcftfEft HAWKER'S FUNBKAL HELD UP If Harry Hawker should attend the moving pictures in London this week ho might feel as if tio liad been resurrected from tho dead. Liko Huckleberry Finn, he will witness the imposing and cheering spectacle of his own tragic end and funeral. An am. bitlous and imaginative cartoonis on tie stall of one of tho film companies drew a picture of tho last rites of Harry Hawker, the pjptiircs being shown in all the tylo picture houses. The car. loon showed Hawker's machino plunglug at a dospomte rush id. to theMurbuIont sea and then pictured Uncle Sam tossiug a wrtath o'n tho hungry waves that had swallowed the English l. Tho picture was running at tho vejjr moiuout that the newsboys woro shouting tho cheerful news that Hawker had been saved. dare-devi- W. B. SIGMON, Mt Vernon PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Import mice'. If your eyes nro allowing any defects now is the time to bee DR. MOORE, Cox Building The Optician Honor "Y" Worker In Russia. News that the general commanding tho American and' allied expedition In northern Hussln had recommended Howard U. Merrill of Now York, a Y. SI, C. A. worker, for suitable recognition of his cool behavior during a surprise attack on the forces to was serving, Is conveyed In a delayed cablegram, received at the Y, SI.'C. A. national war work couucll olllces. to harass those developing the lesoiirces of the stale and a tenilenc) to violate the piouilse, epivss or Implied, given Ihe uieilvvho have brouvht their capital and the'r famlllvs expecting to make It their as well as their buslnes Imiiie. It Is hnnlly likely Hut a lur of fair Kent uikliiriH cau be found lo give Jtidguicut In such suits, but tl.e ellect on the slate of tiling them h such as to pi event men with capilm fiom coming hvle to Invest It." F. B. Tomb, of the Kentucky O ! Men's Association, dlseiifsed the meet Ing of the KveciiHve Committee of the assiiciullou at whli h these suits weie coiishleied. He nid: "It was the iiiiiiiiliiioiis opliitiin of the oil men prcefitlmt tliem. mvii ivcr unjust and should not I'uve heen til tl. The oil men feel that the ta th.v tire pa.vlug, and paying (licerfilll.v and without tpiestloii, whs liiteiidetl to be and Is In lieu of till oilier taxes. This proiliiitlon tuv on the bus ; of the pro'cut jlelil of nil in Kentucky, amounts to more Hi. in .".to,l)iHI a year, a revenue the stale reieivlug fioin sou lie that yielded .0 revenue pi ev lolls to the enactment f the l.i vv, which the oil men not 011I) 'id not oppose befme the legislature ut consented to. "N'ot only has the oil Industry helped the stale In this line, but In furnishing emplojiuent to, previously die men It has congested every town ml h. unlet In the state within a ramy miles of the oil Held; dius nf propel ty being In demand at hlch prhes and rentals for offices and homos having liven In some cases more than doubled. The native populutlon of the oil tlehls nre more prosperous and contented than they ever were In their lives, laud too poor to raise even a fuss 011 havlni; dcveloicd .wealth for Its owners beyond the fondest dreams of their poverty, The committee rightly decided lo Ik lit these suits to the court of hli'h-p- t Jurisdiction and because of the varied ownesii nf these well and the stock In the companies ulTcctcd, this may he the Supreme Court of the United States. The oil men think the tax now being agitated by the uudltor's agent or buck tux collector Is In fact double- tirxittfon; that when they pay the production tux, rentals on their leases, extremely high wuges, high cost of transportation of supplies to and In the Held, as well as pu.vlug rentals on leases of doubtful vulue or that may piove to be of uo vulue whatever, the pinpo.M'd additional burden Is extremely heavy and most unjust, and will tend to make capital In other states emulous about coming Into the Itutui.kyoll Held. The oil men who have come to Kentucky expect no favors at the hands of the people or through the luvvs of the state, but they do expect eitial and Just, treatment from u business standpoint, and If denied It will exhaust every recourse la Keen re It." It shows u dlNHisltluii . 11 111 CLARK rm-- i .t HIGH CLASS GROCERS Successors to J. RE. DRUMMOND LIVINGSTON, KY. ,...-i--t O COMPANY -- trt -- i vi--- f i i i i i TliUM !EJTS3F5ffiWJs R KkKfl SdftTt iWiiJr wff LASTILE tfroofw that adds the virtues ofasphat to the virtues ofsate is not affected by exposure is long wearing and waterproof. In Carey Lastile Roofing we combine these two materials and thus produce a sheet having the utmost durability and water-proo- f qualities. . The upper side of Lastile Roofing is composed of a layer of natural red or jjreen crushed slate. This not only makes a vc:y beautiful roof but it takes the wear. this layer of crushed slateris a layer of asphalt gum. The slate is embedded in this asphalt permanently. Underneath this layer of asphalt is a heavy sheet of the best grade of woolfelt, thoroughly saturated and waterproofed with asphalt. Tins sheet alone provides far more resistance than most roofs even without the extra layer of asphalt and the crushed slate. Carey Lastile Roofing wears year after year, presents a most attractive appearance, requires no paint at any time and is so spark-proo- f that it is endorsed by the Underwriters. The first cost is 'but little more than that of ordinary roofings and it costs no more to apply. It is adapted for use on residences, factories, barns, garages and is frequently used as a siding in addition to being used as a roofing. Come and see it or write us for a sample. J spark proof SLATE xj-- - N x 5 sn can be laid over practically any old roof "Jflv-siiieal- ' requires no paintinq DEPUTY COLLECTOR KILLED According to information re or repairs Mt.Vernou, Ky. C. C. ATTOKNEY-A- William a LAW T -- MT.VUHNON.KY. OFFICE.- - On2cd.floorof Batik of Mt. Vernon, on Cuurcb St. Special atten uuu kivuu cuuecuons. 'PNONK 8o flg Plan Educational Course. ceived this afternoon In the oflico English universities are preparing Hughes. to welcome the American officers and of Collector John W. men designated to take collegiate, spe- of Danville, United States De- courses there In puty Collector A. P. Hert, who cial or' accordance with the scheme of the works under this ofllce, was shot army educatloual commission conductarwjl and the to death and two of his assistants ed by the United States American Y. M. C. A. werejgjgbably fatally injured In CLABB C - lul .- RoonSo CAREY BUILDING MATERIALS Roof Msnco Asphalt Asbestos Bullt-U- p Roof Asphalt Bullt-U- p Feltex Asphalt Felt Flb.rock Asbestos F.lU Wallboard Damp-ProofiRoofing Paints Asfaltstate Shingles Compound Insulating Papars Fibre Coating for Roof Roll Hoofing Carey FUxIble Cement Roofing Elastlt Expansion Joint Asbastos Materials 5 Magnesia Plpa and Boiler Coverings ng DR. VVALTER Dentist Office U. O. Baker' Stors MT. V K H N ON, KKNTl'CKY Over uttuareivaPry JFM nFLEXCNW. p TQ.RIA everything looked gloomy to me, I received a free sample of Chamberlain's Tablets by mail. I gave them a trial and they wore such a help to me that I bought a package, and I can truthfully say that I have not had a situilur at. , tack Hince," writes Win. B. Douglasvill, Pa. Wis-ler- eyaders and moonshiners OF CONSTIPATION. draft nearljoud Gup, lathe Cumber-lan"Soma ttmo in 190O whoa 1 Mountains, not far from had an attackof indigestion and border, the JJentiicky-Virginia MR. WISLEK CURED a clauhrange pistol duel with d early yesterday according to seemingly authentic reports. One or more of tliis outlaws is believed to jTave; been wounded, and Federal agents and a volunteer posse are searching the mountainside for Collector Hert's sUyor. s. r. PROCTOR l MT. VERNON, KY. ' 33 1 i-JLJ-M,