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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CT O1 ESTABLISHED ir 1887 NUMBER 3 8 VOLUME XXXII COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 13. 1919 EIGHT REAL BARGAIN DAYS W-1L- Bernard "Kr August 2nd comes go to the poles put of last week. . and vote for Gov Jameg D Franklin, of Mt. Vernon was F. Dees and Sam Foure are Black for governor and R. C. fcere Friday enroute to LexingJ. in Mt Vernou repairing the tele- - Oldham for Lieut Governor and ton. The River Mansion, at one phone lines. S. C Franklin was then you are doing the right time the best hotel in Livingston, hare testing the boys watches thing. 'Black is the man that the is no more as it was sold to the and doing other repair work. Republicans cant beat and if we L. & N. R. R. Co., and has been UT T 1 Tj f rJ IN MT. VERNON ONE DAY ONLY We understand President Wilson will all pull together and nomi- torn down and a greater part of will soon return to Washington nate him .Aug. 2nd, just that the lumber shipped away. -- Rev. ? . and we hope how soon, for when sure he will be elected Governor Webb, of Jpckson, Tenn., filled he returns he will pour oil on the in November. So do not forget his regular appointment at the troubled waters at Washington. Black, he is the man. Mrs. Baptist church Saturday and will Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dickerson Oscar Argenbright aud'daugh-ter.'ar- e Sunday- .- Mrs. Georgia McClure L have returned frcm Detroit, after in Lexington and Cincin- has returned from a visit to relaINVOICING AND a stay of six months. Mrs. C. L. nati this week. Miss Bbnnie tives at Mt. Vernon and Crab Monday, 1919 Hughes has returned from a Niceley, of Mt. Vernon, who has Orchard. Mr. and. Mrs. N. H. few days visit with relatives at been visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. Oliver, and son. Other, have re Paris. Mrs. E. C. Herd has re- G. Niceley, has returned home. turned from a few days visit with Real Bargain, from Corbin after a few T. C. Welch and Ell Hansel at relatives- - at Ravenna- - L. H Goods turned a JBuy days visit with her sister. Mrs. tended court in London Monday Davis sold a house and lot to we mean to slash prices; but we mean to J. L. Hughes. H. F. Niceley and Tuesday.- - -- J. W. Baker was George Smith, price $l6oo.oo offer you bargains in SilkS, Ginghams, was in London Monday. S. E. in London between trains Mon- Mrs. George Smith has returned Nainsook, Waistings, Skirtings, Poplin, Hellard has returned from Jack- day. The Khoda Royal Wild from Corbin after a few days Organdie, Voile, Linen, Pique, Percale and son county. Mrs. 0. E Rice has Wests Shows are advertised to visit" with relatives there. Mack A Historical, Ethnological and Educated Exhibition. Greater, Serges A full line of Ladies' and Men's Martin was in Mt. Vernnon latreturned to her home in Rich- exhibit here Tuesday the 17th. Grander, Nobler than ever before. furnishings, Shoes and Oxfords for the mond, after a few days visit with Miss Ella Mae Blanford was in ter part of last week. We have whole family, a big line of Stoves and Reconstructed tor the present season her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. from Louisville to see homefolks our eyes on you Mack. Miss Enlarged Ranges, Oil Stoves, Hardware, Binders' Amyx Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sunday. -- C. J. Rice was in Louis- - Winnie Falin, of near Mt. Ver Twine, Flour, Meal, Lard, Coffee and a Mink went to Lexington and ville.Monday and Tuesday. We non. was here oetween trams full and complete line of Groceries, brought their son, Ed, home said last week that John Cook, Tuesday. Richard Mason Jias Monday His mind became un- of Knoxville, was visiting his purchased two houses and lo'ts balanced some time ago and he uncle, G. D. Cook, when we of Dr. R. G. Webb. Price paid is positively the very last day we will offer very meant George Cook, of knoxville not learned. C. C. Davis, of was taken there. .He'is in a you a line of merchandise at any price, so feeble condition yet. Well, booze When we found we bad.! made a Mt. Vernon, was here between to save money and at the same if you want is going jout amd the necessities mistake, it worried us to some trains Wednesday, cnaney is time, make your money do double duty of life aie going over the top. ' extent, then we bethought our- - one of the many that got his come to see us now. Those holding due Food stuff is as high as a cats self that if a man was perfect, early training at Level Green bills will please bring them in during this back and meat was never higher this earth would be no place for and he has not forgotten that time. Every item we offer will save you since the cow jumped over the him. Mulhns & Price are put- place. He is doing all he can from 10 to 25 per cent. Come to see ns. moon, but gardens are coming in ting in a. new stock of goods in to make the reunion there on We thank you for your past patronage and and potatoes, that old stand by, the brick and both have moved the 26th a success.' T. W. Rider: tStKjUmaBrm trust you will avail yourselves of the JK TmSBmSSm ..J .53 will soon be ready to harvest. their families here- - We welcome of Mt. Vernon, was here be-- , wamsmmmir iff- advantages in this Then we can snap our fingers at them to- our city ,and would say tween trains Wednesday. Edd EIGHT DAYS BARGAIN SALE the profiteers. It seems that the to all who wish to move to one of and Conn Asher left a few days politicians haVe '.began their mud the best little mountain towns in ago for Colorado Springs, Colora slingins at Governor Black, but the state, come' to Livingston. 'Milium do. The Salvation Army has its we want to say to all Democrats Mrs. O. V. Jarrett, of Brodhead, representative here soliciting ? sit steady in the boat and when was here between trains latter aid. We will say any man that has money to spare there is no better cause to help. They stuck to the boys overseas and they GABSON- should not be forgotten Leroy Al i Cox has beenquite- sick for. ytmmmmmmmmmmmmHmtaiamammmammammmmmmmmMKmttmmmmmmKm wm I SEE Iwl XJ- t some time, but is better at I We have sold our entire line of BEGIN June 23, Mondayjune The only Big Circus that this Year 18 General Merchandise' be here .YOU HAVE EIGHT DAYS TO not that at Rhoda Royal Circus & TRAINED WILD ANIMAL AND OLD BUFFALO WILD WEST SHOWS. Saturday, June 21st -- - &MmmBam - JOHN ROBINS .ROOHEAD, KENTUCKY 0 HARRY HffnrfHi 1 tfflliMinffgjlT H JJa.e XJ.Tipzird.on , ff4i?JP tomrwn SYYfitfi Pireetod i Person MARSHALL NBILAH w Bible zxr-- " MairBUPBBT Astounding Presents -- .Story w present. Royals Famous. Herd of Performing Hephants who have delighted the hearts of thousands entour. BR O DH EAD of Garrard, of last week ' The Military Horse Drill, A Picturesque Equest- B C. Anderson, was here Thursday rian novelty introducing the Famous Royal Black Huzzards to attend the regular monthly a Great meeting of the Citizens Bank di- Show, Full of Thrills, Famous Rough Riders, Daring Cow rectors. Mrs. E. D. Newland Boys, Cow Girls. Rope Spinners. Las30 Throwers, Champion and daughter, Miss Pearl, were Trick and Fancy Riders. last Friday to see in Stanford Dr. W. B. O'Bannon. Mildred Robins spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham in Mt. Vernon last week. Master Sparks Durham accompanied her home and is spending the 'week here with relatives. Prof J L PilUenton and son. Master Jose h Xjp W?mlmKx. 'LrrmmSR. Pilkenton, w.ere.hero from Satui-da- y until Monday with their daughter, Mrs Roy Scwd-- "FRONTIER DAYS' Wild West r'' r Thev left for Hierhland Pa k where. Mr. Pilkenton has been elected Superintendent of Citj Schools Mr,,and Mrs Bronstou Elder Were.here from Stanforc Sunday with her parents. Mr and.. Mrs J. R Cass. Mi. Lee flouk, of" Jamestown. Ind , ar rived hereSunqav and will spend relatives and a. few days with W. T His- - nephew, friends "riouk, of Jhe same place has been, here' for a week or more and .with relatives. Attorney Mrs. Ashley Owens, and family, were, here Monday on their way tq Somerset. M.r. and Mrs R. H. Hicks, who have been inHar-- . Ian county for.se veral months, are at- - home. Mr Hicks has been employed by the United States Coal & Coke. Co., as foreman of a construction 'U wm " Vim. a A Soul the Most Tremendous.Story ever written ' FORGET and FORGIVE Stirring picturizatipnof We will leave it to You whether all Sins should be forgiven v.J gang. He will es AfE are taught to An All Star "Oast att'Mtrore -- . tis n -- JVf MaryAlden-Edwi- Btevensi Wallac Beery - 'Wesley Barry Bobby Connolly "" Eclipses all other Motion Pictures ! Has rocked the Filth Industry to its Foundations I i 1 he bensation or all bcreeff Classics ! m 1 l SATURDAY NICHT w& J-u.rL- e a . 3055c THSINT,HAT WON'T WIPE OUT'It's Different from all other Motion Pictures! - Tax incTuded t likely locate at Corbin. Mes-dam&S3s!9r&23 G. Mi Ballard.'and W.AJ3., Davis,' ,Miss! Julia Davis.I and J JIHBEaM Master Karl Davis were guests of Mr and Mrs. Walter Robins Misses Monday afternoo. Eila Carson and Clyde Watson attended' the Landrum-- v Cotton weuuing si iaii voiuuu DONKEYS, afternoon. J. T. Wallin," who PROF, WHITE'S Famous Troup of TRAINED BuckingMulo cute has been in ill health since hay- Dogs, Goats, Ponies, and Little Henry that ing . severe attacikpfflu, is at JO Aerial Y then Berea Hospital where he wUl' undergo Tan operation In a AND BARE BACK RIDERS SIK::. $vh& sSifsSi aou; JO-FUNN- 'CLOWNS Artists VmJ.UW - J$ rWednesdayt'she 2 BANDS FREE Open wajKJcopanieiby her daughrj the 'Grounds at and 7 p.m: Big show performances start ter, Mrs. Brooston , Elder, of promptly at 2 ?nd O Pra- - Under 'Water rroot lents. in Louisville Air-Exhibitionson Ua." T. O iIO- - JI XV. Poee W3i fic WWO t ' Staaford.--Ed- d Smith and son, vV &' H and Chas.' W. Join Cotiad otf last pge 3i 'Smith, N See BuJletimBoards and hand bills. Lack of space forbids ,meutioning falL particulars about this Big Showv "X. 7V , -, - f y. - - JtHOKJbUL,wi" ! , . 7U " - "-- '"V"' PTT v 3 f. . -- n iffy. ' ' 9Bd4&ddbfi2sHM JPtlijiMitii K'i Brown, the bosom ih-- . VWrwrfoVTi j THp iiMpnannrrM-'r'"!?- ! iTrnwi - ?.- - TV",."-- t T "-- i v' Mt. Vernon Signal - P 1 S" re will be ground at 1 and 7 p. .m. friend of Aiiioiig these reelo beneficiary ihose which will interest both Big Show starts promptly at 2 Stanley and the rich of his a Jministratioii. is not for children and adults Two of the and 8 p mi Rain or shine und r Friday, June 13, 191-We be ree's will iull the story of the mammoth water proof tents. Black and never will be lieve the people of Kentucky boys and girls, who as state See bulletin boards and hand Publislud every Friday by have now got the correct number champions in club work, visited bills, keep day and date of ex EDGAR S. ALBRIGhl. I of these three men and never Washington City for several days hibiti'on in mind. again will they be able to control I and took in the sights and in FIRST INSTRUCTIONS. $1.0 any Governor of Kentucky. Of spected the work of the Agricul SUBSCRIPTION ONB YKAR Judge W. H. Carmical, the Poone thing we are positive and that tural Dept. Another film shows Advertising rales maae known on is, they will never control Jim thecm.st ruction of a concrete silo; lice Judge of the town of Mt, Vernon, in ins'ructing the jury application Black, who comes from the plai" ! another film gives in full the use t. i in hog cholera; and in the trial of the first case II ....ni iuia in fliic fiicai Ctn a of serum iucoi f a1 in r1r lino rvmnf uvaic which came before him, which MEMBER OF and who, when elected, will givp others will deal with health and was a few days ago said: "GenKENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION poultry raising. The growing and us an old fashioned, honest, bu-- i the jury Charging a y tlemen of ness-likeconomical administra- handling of strawberries in Warren County wi 1 jury is a new business to me, as Thre tion of public affairs his is mv first case. You have cheers and a tiger for Jim Black !. also be shown in motion pictures heard all -the evidence in the caj e J Let the Democrats of Kentuckv The people of Rockcastle County as well as myself; you have also nominate him and mark what we should make their arrangements heard what the learned counsel tell you, the people of this State right now to be present at these have said If you believe what will surely elect him in Novem meetings. Four speakers will We are authorized to announce the counsel for the plaintiff, Hon. W. T. SHORT will oe used each day in addition ber. A Owens, has said, your ve diet as a candidate for State Senator in the to the motion pictures. Last, District, subject to the 17th Senatorial Now that Kcckcastle County but by no means least, will be will be for the plaint ff, but if the Republican party at its has J action of on the other hand, you believe rmanent and rstrong the social pari of these meetings primary election on August 2, 1919. tion to handle the three The person attending the meet- what the defendant's counsel, Farmers Community Meet- ings will te sure to meet old Hon. Holbert McOlure, has told ANNOUNCEMENTS ing r July, people are begin friends and new friends from all you, then you will give a verdict We are authorized to announce ning to ask questions about the parts of the county and this in f jr the defendant. But if ycu HON. E. BULLOCK Two inself will help make the meet- are like me, and don't believe as a cadidate for Representative from meeting and the program d progr ms will be held each day, ings, thoroughly worth while what either of" them said, then the Seventieth Legislative district, d if 1 know what I'll be d of Rockcastle and Laurel coun- one at 3 p. m. and another at 8 Let the program be. plain lunc' -- you will do! Constable Jack ties, subject to the action of the Repub- p. m. This plan has been develeons and lots of sociability. lican party at its primary election on Jones take charge of the jury." oped to enable the busy farmer August 2. 1919. and his energetic wife to take CIRCUS COMING. care of the day's work before With Spring comes the Circus, Just as certain people in New coming to the meetings. The and the first Big Tent Show to Jersey foully attempted to do to Committee believes that- - the visit Vernon will be Rhoda Hail is the enemy to the tobacWood row Wilson, so are certain spirit of these meetings will be Royal Hippodrome Circus and folks in Kentucky attemdting to helped by the people bringing a old Buffalo Wild West Shows, co grower. I have just received a full list of Insurance supplies do James D. Black, but boys light luncheon with them, so which will exibit on Mondayjune an(j can insure your growing your efforts will be spent in vain. that between the afternoon and will be presented under crop and protect you against Tie is honest and the people evening programs a picnic sup- 16 It personal" direction of Rhoda possible loss. All policies will know it. The few papers that per may be held on the grounds the Royal, an equestrian director be dated July 10th and run until would destroy him irrespective This will allow the farmer, the over, and is your tobacco is housed. The of the truth; the editors who business man and their families known the world without doubt one of the best rates are reasonable losses quickwould distort and twist his words to chat with neighbors and now travel ly adjusted. Thousands of dol will labor in vain. If Tom Pan-nel- friends thus making these mee- tented aggregations ing, everything being new and lars were paid as losses last seaHenry Hines and EliBrown tings real community affairs. and contains a great son. Tobacco crops in the north were all for Governor Black, we The meeting will be held in a Among the western part of Rockcastle were still say elect Black Governor. big auditorium tent which will array of attractions. noticeable are the Royal utterly destroyed last season, Jim Smith, of New Jersey, was seat oo people quite comforta- - features herd of performing elephants, ana the high price of tobacco for Woodrow Wilson for Gover- bly. The tent is to be lighted by prof. Whites troup of Ponies, farmers ca'nnot afford to take nor of that state, but when Smith electricity and a small motion Dogs, Donkeys, the funniest the risk for the small premium wanted to control, Woodrow impicture machine will be installed clowns ever, dozens of high class raquired for protection. mediately hung out the "nothiug so that four or five reels of fine artists, a flea circus, the lady Call and let me explain the doing" sign and Smith thoroughl- educational pictures may follow .that traveled 5000 miles thru a rates and policies to you. y understood it. Pannell and the one evening talk. The on a camel. Madam La . A. M. Hiatt, Hines, after exhausting every at Blanch, the strongest woman in partment of Agriculture Agent. means possible to defeat Black Washington, the National Eel two bands will disand seeing no chance to do so. Cross, the State Bo: rd ot Health course plenty of music to keep may now be for him but Wt are FOR FLETCHER'S and the State Commissioner of you sm'ling or forgetting the confadent it will do them no good. Roads will "furnish these F 1A Jfilms. frpe open ar nxhih'Mnn on t.i'P 1 .PH f t.-.t-." . f - . I . ... - H . HMMHM. It is mighty hard to break away from Old Friends and Customers v. We, are going to continue our Dry Goods Store at Livingston Still in the Ring Complete Line of Ladies' and Children's PAINTS Ready-to-We- ar mm SSk e. coop-erat;vel- DRY GOODS SHOES HATS FLOOR COVERING CLOTHING MATTRESSES VARNISHES You who have been our customers in the pa9t will appreciate the store, where vou get Quality Goods at a reasonable price. or-gani- z. as Special Sale of Children's Hats this week' coin-pose- " " - ' tt. Notice toTobacco Growers "7 B. H. HELLARD, Manager. 0 'Phone 25 clowns galore, and sixty regular Circus performers, two bands of music to keep your mind in a pleasant mood and Oh. yes, dont fail to see the Free open air exhibition on the grounds atti and 7 p. m., preceding the Big Show performances which starts promptly at 2 and 8 pm. Rain or shine under water proof tents. l, up-to-da- te De-des- ert the-worl- Children "Ory O A S TO RHODA ROYAL CIRCUS serial acts, grand gymnasties, COMING TO TOWN. tumbling, vaulting, leaping prle Call all the others what you balancing, and many other special will all is said and told and re- features not equally included in a Among the told, there is but one great Cir- Circus programme. cus in every particular and de- special features are the Royal's tail as complete and great as herd of educated and Flea Circus, Rhoda Royal Circus, and old Madam de Blanch, the strongest Buffalo Wild West Shows, which woman in the world, the lady are coming to Mt. Vernon on ! that rode 5000 miles on a camel Monday, June 16. There will thru the deserts . Prof. Whites be bareback riding such as you troup of dogs, ponies and don-wi- ll be funny never saw before, hurdle races, keys, and there Ofitiarefi FOR O?- FLETCHER'S ' 1 H A TSff-ffTVT- TVT-g Announcemenu WE m--m. fc.""" "- take great pleasure in announcing to the public that our new store, which will be almost exclusive ,. LADIES' and GENTS'i FURNISHINGS J. -- ' .1 SA'&z "V ,?, - new line; it is the west room of the Masonic Building. We have a give us a call. complete and the public is most cordially invited to in - LIVINGSTON, . -. s 'n 6 w open at . KY. ? v 1 - r' ; i?i ' - We will handle nothing but high class goods, and our prices will be figured oa the kLive ? -. and alet live basis.1 4 . COME AND SEE US AND BET US SHOW YOU. -- - 39"' HEP .'-.- . 'A ". - m. m h m m h h h h. b. m ,v r m n. h k hh m - I :f.e;mullins - lUlKlGXOKl . KPNTlirrKY . ": .i-i. r. k . " victor c. price r Jt ' ifc. -- V-- '.XiiiJi .1 4 :'. . i: : ! i y.. it. F-i-'d- . '1 $ .. S t .:rii v rv'iii.- '1 it .!- aja? ""!" ,'--- - - - - - ?& r -., i Xr ,"-'X- - "1 :.' , ' " .T""--- ' 'v'" v," "tr -- " r$ V - i TW-- . - -- . . -.- a lilUlMAiiMM JMiMMi jlif li HMiaahdlMfcliJMtit --- . S. - l. ?'1' "V4,V - tfha ...V- - ., .', r.-:- - - r vw ''- - '- - v3tiU ." -- I ing Think will educate you financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and CllIUr J in a winning battle of life Is made when sav- - begins. If happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to ifr Bank of Mt. Vernon STOMACH TROUBLE have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble.. I heard Like rial liquid sunlight is Hanna's Green Seal Paint in the way it banishes darkness, dirt and and brightens every surface it comes in contact with. It makes homes look cleaner and more attractive, it preserves them from decay, and when one home in the neighborhood is "Green Seal-ed- " all those surrounding it are certain to catch the same spirit of "Clean Up and Paint Up." din-gine-ss, failure to perform the duties as herein required shall on conviction be fined in a sum ot not less than twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars. And the county road engineer shall on conviction be fined in the sum ot not dollars ncr lees than twenty-riv- e more than one hundred dollars for his failure to publish the nonces as herein required. 4. The cost of publication of the notices herein required are to be paid by the Fiscal Court of the county in r which the notices were published and posted. All laws or parts of laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed To the Good People. of Rockcastle BSSlSflBBSSSflBSBSXSMBSSSSBlBfli HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT IT? thepr TheW.J.SparksCo. Are desirous of closing out all Farming Interests In the County and have placed in onr hands for mediate sale all of their im- Ordered and approved by the Fiscal Court. Cam Mullins, J. R. C. C Guy Roberts, J. P. W. D. Abney, J. P. W. D MullinsJ P. 800 Acres of Land Located 2 miles frm Mt. Vernon, iitke Dixie Highway f its actual value. It is right on At about railroad and railroad station on place The Dixie Highway runp through it. making it an ideal subdivision. All 'good limestone land and 600 acres cleared and over 500 acres of this in grass. Abont 50 acres of as fine bottoms a3 you can find anywhere, in corn and meadow 80 acres in oats sowed to grass with a good stand. Several acres in alfalfa. About 200 acres of this farm will raise good tobacco. This place has an extra large barn, two story 50x72. concrete foundation and several concrete troughs right in barn for stock, piped fiom a splendid spring, any number of stalls and places to feed cattle; the 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 rool. etc. The place is splendidly watered. Any number of as fine springs as ever came out of the earth, ponds and 7 or 8 wells. Well fenced and nice large orchard. It is an ideal stock farm and a money maker. There goes with this place one Blizzard silage cutter, grass seeder, lime spreader, and all ordinary farming tools. And also for immediate delivery all the growing crops on the place go with it. It is one of those Golden Opportunities in life to make a splendid investment and get big returns. You cannot afford to pass this proposition by for it is a SNAP. The terms are very easy and it goes for a song. If yon want it you must act quick for opportunities like this are not offered every day. Write, "phone or see us quick. one-hal- Freeman Ketron, J P. J. R. Evans, J. P. C. F. Bradbury, Formula on Every Package County Engineer REWARD, $100 The readers of this paper will will be pleased to learn that there 13 at least one dreaded science has been disease that able to cure in all it stages and that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly influenced by constitu-tutionconditions requires conHall's treatment. stitutional Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building $100 al r W. B. SIGMON, Mt Vernon a Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite long while I suffered with stomach trouble. ' I would NOTICE AN ACT FOR THE IMPROVE MENT OP THE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH. Be it enacted by the General As. sembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. r. THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- T recommended very highly, so began to use it It .cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have 'sick headache or acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht the jaded liverand helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and potoons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a packagSbday. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight YoBlvill feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. Altiruggists. ONE CENT A DOSE aw That it shall be the duty of every owner, controller, and manager of lands bordering and abutting on the public highways of this Commonwealth for the distance which said land so abuts and borders, when so ordered by the Piscal Court of his county, to cut, clear away, remove and carry from along side the public highways, all bushes, weeds, shrubs, and overhanging limbs of trees and other such'ob-structioalong such highways and to keep all hedge fences along such highways so trimmed and cut back, that same, at no 3. Every person who violates time will become more thau five the provisions of this, act by feet high d ns 2. The brush, bushes, weeds, overhanging limbs of trees, and all other obstructions along the highways of the several counties of this commonwealth are to be removed therefrom between the ist day of July and the 20th day of August of every year, and it shall be the duty of the county road engineer of the several counties of this commonwealth to publish in some county paper of the county in which they act for at least two consecutive weeks before the ist day of July of every year and to give notice by handbills posted in not less than two conspicuous places in each voting precinct of their counties outside of the incorpo-atetowns, the requirements of this act and the duties incumbent on such persons as own, control and manage lands bor deriug and abutting ,pn the pub;. lic' highways. up the constitutor and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it faile to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists 75C CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Hughes & McCarty STANFORD, KY. In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of feSJBfc ; . -- 'l- -.- - V.V. y'f1 -- T" Wei -- I the same, may get through some way. And with you helping me, and little told you about the Hi gh It's here, Cost of living.helping you, and both help me I have'er still coming A A tV ' Sif car of Corn and Oats car of Ground Feed A car of Meal 't v j. - rw-- '4 " i. &! ' ."' r A -- - Car of Flour T 1,. r - ? - K-i' , & MTi-- , THE BlflDAY So come on and bring the wagon and tpad up the best, goods at v prices in the couhMk '" f-.- "- O TJ L NEXT MONDAY - A. It I 3v5. WBtTt5.-i..S..- X. 3E3 T TO ' BIG SHOW STOCK SALE ' te Joyt r . " 4 '.. w: ' 5' i -. .' ..- - - - . ' .'5 r, JjJSE. -- yVj- - v vsyj jt, tl -- - iix& i?!ES!iwSnHHeai?SEss5flBwiB3b tTjaiBa .. ' 5K-?T.'JiJRr',r-- K ,", v?':' JtfVw.w .''-'-- : ll ?ySA7VS.'T e- VM 1 - , f - .. - I -- J o- - HOP B'WELL Rev, Janes Barnes was the guest of Wm. Livesay Monday There were services at Mt. Saturday and Sunday conducted Rev. Dave Grubb and -- w m- - . v. ' ,.'." ;:;:::' r Pis-ga- h Only ONE out of 147 Mil I mm inM Jl Mill 'J n i tiui:ii III others. sit! 147 Little. Raleigh Carmical spent from Friday until Mondav with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cummins, at Mt. Ver non.-Mis- ses Syble and Ruth Cummins spent Friday and Sat- I i ,.iii i!l I! ! m, There are actually, over rettes sold in this country. them does what Chesterfields do, for Chesterfields do more than please the taste they they let you know you touch the smoke-sp- ot are smoking and they satisfy! brands of cigaBut, not one of urday with Mrs John F&tcher. There will be services here Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. Ed Noe.--Mrs. Death-erage.and If s all in the blend a blend of fine selected TURKISH and DOMESTIC tobaccos just the right kind and the right quantity of each. There never was a cigarette that grew faster in popular favor because no cigarette ever gave such value. Prove it I Smoke a Chesterfield fresh from package. the moisture-pro-of children, of Mt. Vernon, spent last week with rela tives near here. Wm. Sowder, Chas. Fletcher and several others from this part were called to Loudon last Wednesday as witnesses in the trial or. Wm. Mul-linThe good showers that we are having are of great advantage to gardens. Russel Car mical, who has been sick for the last week is able to be out again. This part was visited by a hard rain and wind storm last Saturday .evening. Mitchel Norton, of near Brodhead was with Wm. Sowder Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shepherd spent Sunday night with Mrs. Shepherd's parents. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Sowder. There is a great deal of complaint with the farmers of this neighborhood about s. -- t:: v- -: .n auuw xne you xeii you who nave nua At ItA ft mt i. :t: uu. easily tired feeling. You are "all in" after the least exertion. ::: tM:t Just seems as if you cannot get your strength back. "Weeks .and months sometimes have gone by till you wonder if you Si::;: are ever going to get well again. That is because you have not been drinking Devonia, the American Medicinal Mineral Water. Really wonderful are the reports that have come to us entirely .unsolicited of the way Devonia has helped people after the "flu." Its action is alterative and reconstructive. It enables the body to . rid itself of the poisons left by the "Cu." It tones up your system ::: and very quickly j'ou find yourself looking better and feeling better. e vigor returns, lou feel like yourself once more. Your The reason that Devonia is so helpful, not only after the "flu," but in so many other human ail.nents, is that it contains those elements which, as far back as human knowledge goes into the past, have been recognized as helpful to the human system. By drinking Devonia regularly a tablespoonful in a glassful of water decayed food'elements which have acted as poisons in the body are loosened and carried off. ;:;::::::a V.. It is their presence in the bowels which have in many cases ii:::!:5: :::':: UT WELL COmMPj retarded and even prevented complete recovery. WTTn tniACt n ruin ouxa Devonia is known and indorsed by the medical profession, and is prescribed by leading physicians everywhere. i::!:i::: Its effectiveness in cases of Constipation, Rheumatic Affections, Hardening of the Arteries, High Blood Pressure, Tm n Eczema and similar skin diseases has been demonstratedt pal w at e,nj time and again. . 1 li WW III llll III Devonia comes to you just as Mother Na ' M,m ture skillfully compounded it in her own laboratory, a thousand feet underground. It is ii i. .lYJUi frSMBH ''"iiii JBifisTj not changed, altered or condensed in any way. That is why it is so good lor ..p m "llmmmmmmmuuUuui$iii It is nature-madyou. So heavily laden is it with natural remedies IM. that, as we have said, a tablespoonful in a glass o of water is enough to take at a time in most instances. Thus a I! and a half, making dose costs you only about a cent 'KKvtwgWH it the cheapest remedyyou can buy. Devonia is to be had at most drug stores in the city. If you are desirous of knowing more about this wonderful medicinal water, write, for our bookTake a let, ' The Story of a Well Man. ' ' Perhaps the facts ;:!::::S:: Tablespoqnfol BBhBBI BBI BBi Bl' of Devonia to it relates may have an important message for you. :'::;::i: Use the coupon. a Glassful of ou t . now Know i !- T.- -J :::-- old-tim- X . the potato bugs destroying their potatoes. There will be a bouut-ifu- l crop of black beiries in this part thi year. Gentry Brothers Trained mal Circus will exibit in Mt. Vernon on Monday June 23 This will be the 32nd annual tour of this popular firm and many improvements have been made, in their already excellent show,. An entiie wild animal circus has been added since its last appearance in this city and a stirring new patriotic spectacle will also be seen here for the first time. Ani- Monia! -" - trnll i ll Mill ' I '' of Turkish and CIGARETTES Domestic e. tobaccos blended H yJ-dk- lmw4iir 'mmmm - vS&?5P5J?" This is the package V m with the moisture-proo- f AWfx J jacket that keeps Chester- 'wfimr fieId's ori8inaI && and flavor fotocfc .. v Jsmsmt.-efS, .- S j - J y' The Gentry Brothers has always given the. best of satisfaction in this city. In fact, it would be almost impossible to devise a cleaner, more pleasing and interesting exhibition- - tban jthe one given under the, Gentr.y Trade Mark. The street parade this year is saicLto surpass all former efforts and to be larger and bet ter than previous years. . :::: water. MM: THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Incorporated, Owensboro,Ky. Gentlemen: Please send me your booklet. "The Story of a Well Man." (If you are a sufferer from any of the diseases mentioned in the above ad., please write the line below.) on '1 i it NAME ADDRESS -- . ...v.. Executive Officei: Owemboro. Ky. .LouUjrUle OKea: IMS Laboratories. Cleveland, Spnnes and Bottling Plant. Lorain. inter-aouinc- OHio o,uS Offices, The Devonian I CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR If your Druggist does not have Devonia, write to Executive Mineral Spring Co., Incorporated, Owensboro. Ky. Retail Drug Trade supplied by their Wholesale Druggist MtVernon I ! - 23 mmmmm .mmmmFmmmmmmmmmWm mmm mmmmmmmmW mmmmmmmmW m mmf fmw mmm m m w m A H mm) NW 5 mfmw 4mz mmkm mm " mm Wm' mmw mmm mmmmmWi mm mmW mm aV '' '&'' mf jmmmmmrW r mmEmWrmTmmiaFmmmjmfmJt m mmmmmWFm,a mmmmrZwTrmmWmmmm 1 ml A LmmmmmmmmJLMM rWmm mm mmmmmWi faflf k L AJmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmEuSlmm mmw mmw flB raU m JmmmWBMmMimwmMPQmmm. mk mmf mMmmmm ti mmmmmmm &'' Jn& bjgPbv arjiLfafc3LaBBBBaaaM WmmWttfzimWmWKftllImWl . y high standard this bank set for itself in. the con-du- ct 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 you amoung our patrons PEOPLES BANK THE flf mgfffF'' B Wmmd'ivL .fl m2M sbrZ?X Jv I sJljAmfit. UjMm, mTdmmff!m2mmwfFmm ffnQm mmmmm L00' u m i 7wWy pfrL.vX f)f yf1 '3ca 2 m -- r 11 (l"" Si y C 55 !y- - jX - SoJ?0' b t& - t - TrV- - tmfB2lmmmWmmmm mfSjmMWmmmJmmWnSSmM mmmmmmmmmmm Almmmm mgmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm r ;m HHHwnlWpHHa HHHHHHHHBHPaHaMf v BwAwAV f1-- aaaaaaamajBHBBMBBBaaT' mmm JZ!VIHlIBIJP'llVPllaBlHVt3 4V iTB ii hHw fam tt j i Dm M- HrW akar r wAwbJ mJmMmWmm. mmmmmW H immmmmWm rri mmmm?m 7Hr-y ""AT FV - Pi mtAV iMi i F" k -- $". mm ivbmb. at-- J fiHaMaBDtllyi2!mLflflfKH aaafvaja'vvaB'v'BBBpajBjBajajBjBBBBBajaBapBVBvipiH -: ; : dlaBWHLiiiaMi&vfAVMUH Jr TamnHPwVVMlBSPPBavBPHaVHH m'ZF- AaaBHHiBVvrvi 1 tHvPKaTrvvHHHBV ,JmfcimmW '- - ' mmmm Hv mmwmmWmWmWtm91Wmmmmmmm mmEWwTm m7 m M. a ' lrVfmrmmmm r W -- A man otten iorgets ine exact name of the article he wishes to purchase, and as a last resort takes something else instead. That is always disapointing and unsatisfactory. The safe way-ito cut this out and take it with you so as to make sure of getting Chamberlain's Tablets. You will find nothing, quite so satisfactorM or constipation and indigestion s CuT THIS OUT AND TAKE ' IT WITH YOU. J i OVERALLS Overalls are advancing every day. We have a large stock and still selling at old price CROWN OVERALL BIGBENOVERALL $2.50 2.25 jfx CASTORIA " v r- .OMldren Jry' FOR FLETCHER'S - K- -I . Dry Goods We have jusf; received a nice line of Dry - PROPERLYflTTED A.T -- -- JC. C. Willia iihiv ATTOENEy-AT-tAW- ," mm it . -- w fi t OFFICE- .- On 2cd. floor of Bank of. Mt. Vernon, on, Church St. Special tten float iAn YillAr Hnoc WMmmMmmmjmmMmmMWMmm MT VEENON.KY. '" f i aaik , Advertise i -- . xDyxc L. W, BETHUKTO ATTORNEY AT LAW' MT.VKRNON, Ry. -- GLASSES THE Rf GHTJIME' is of . Goods, Calicoes, including Ginghams, Dojneatio, etci The price is right; If you need anything,, it is money to yon to come to the brick. on t . ., If. irf Signal T -- ft I Greatest Importance, ' If jour eyes are showing any de go now iects is tne tune see COR' MAIN AND TAYLOR STREETS . mmmfmmmmmmmmmW kvflHHvrJIHBlBkv4 At, -- - , s ' k - mimmnm TT Will pracHee iaalhthelcourta. , oificeoa Church Street -- jvi- -- Jvt. t'A ivi ir P DR. MOORE, Co The Option Buildin?,,' M'tsVernoh, Ky W.B.Sigmon v " '- r - - . y "- - i . t ? it- - 1 . F -- r - IM - - ... mmmmmmmmmm-m- --i Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vbrnon, Ky, June 13, 1919 Odd pants for odd size fellows as well as regular fellows at -- T9 J'No. wnBT7r, want touommunl . 7 oat wlttx SIQKA.L r up j" Lou wvitxc & Naihviixc R. R. Co TIME TABLB. 22 north 24 nortn 4.57 p 8:35 12:35 J as. am pm 23 south 21 South .1..:. 12:45 a m Landrum, Agent. Phone No. S. Entered at the Ut Veraon, Ky. Poitoe a secondrclau mail matter. PEESONAL m J. S. Purcell is reported very sick. Miss Susie Thompsoa has been in Louisville for the past week. Hartford Taylor is recovering from a severe case of the mumps Miss Myrtle Thompson of near Brodhead has been very sick lor several days. Miss Fannie Biggs, of Cane Valley, is with her sister, Mrs Lt V. Murrell. . Miss Cora Brown, of Crofton, Ky., is visitine her sister, Mrs-C- . F. Bradbury. Miss Jo Davis was a guest of Muss (Jleo Gentry, at Spiro Sat-Utd- ay and Sunday. Miss Grace" Griffin was with 1 i J ) relatives in Crab Orchard Satur day and Sunday. Prof. D. H. Lyon is here toda looking after some matters connected with the school. Mrs. Ray Johnson and children, of Somerset, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. - Niceley. Master Bernard Franklin is with his grandmother and aunt Mrs. Bell, at Lexington. Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Young will leave soon for a visit to relatives in western Kentucky. Miss Edna Snodgrass, of Ind., is an attractive TJeff-ersonville, visitor of Miss. Ruth Mullius. Bryan Perkins, who is just out of the service, was here during the Week to see his sister, Mrs. W. G. McBee. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Proctor and family, of Bee Lick, were with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Proctor during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dickerson are here from Detroit with Mrs Dlckerson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hamlin. Mr. L. T. Houk is here from Jamestown, Ind., and will be with relatives in the county for or three weeks. Eugene Taylor is at home from Camp Taylor to see his mothor, who has been very sick for several days, but is some better now. Tilman Houk, wko is now a prosperous merchant of Gjames-town- , Ind., has been in the county for the past week buying t-vo wool. -- Byron Griffin, of Indianapolis, a brother of Mrs. A. E. Proctor, who has just returned from over seas is spending a few days with relatives in Mt. Vernon. Eddy B. Hall, Geo. W. Allen, Cossie Bullock and Grant Mullins are some of the boys who have seen service abroad and arriving home this' week. position in Louisville saying, that she was married to Mr. Clarence W T. Hicks bought of C. C. Aurinton, who is connected with Williams, E. Bullock and W. L the tariff department of the rail- Richards a large tract of timber Charley Hendrickson is the road. Mr. and Mrs. Aurinton are on Easb Fork. n w barber in town. He has expected to arrive tomorrow taken charge of the shop in the in night to spend a few days with BUILDING UP Mt Vernon hotel building. Mr. and Mrs. Richards. They The choir practice held on Fri- throughout the United States. will make their home in OUR WOMANHOOD day nights has been changed and It is earnestly requested that hereafter will be held on Wed-nesd- every minister in this county When Judge Cam Mullins gets Given Up to Die by Her Friends, a.. Young Lady Recovers Her evening just after prayer call his congregation's attention ( through fixing the jail, court i Health and Increases meeting. to this drive on June 22nd, and house and county property, it? Weight 15 Pound When you need any repairs for that every Sunday School be will be a decent place to stay. jA Powerful Nation Needs Strong Healthy Women. McCormick or Deering Harvest-in- g given an opportunity to help" The old dungeon to the jail has Machinery tell us your trou- with their contribution. This is been torn up and will be used for istronger than Its ble. If we do not have it in clearly a religious movement, and a coal house. This should have rwomen. Hence, It lis the duty of stock we can deliver the goods every christian person in the been done a long time ago. If a woman whether young1, middle in short order. J. Fish & Son. county and those interested in man has to go to jail, that is no or In advanced Christianity reason he should live ia a place age, to preserve her life Card of ThakkS: We desire the advancement of you are to express our heartfelt thanas should not be satisfied unless worse than a hog pen. and the :bealth. If suffering they have helped 'as liberally as Mt Vernon jail has never been a sick and to the many friends who were so don't wait until tothey cau to raise this county's place suitable to keep human bemorrow but seek kind to us during the sad hours at once toquota. ings. The second floor will be relief Tomorrow of trouble, in the loss r day. dear your illness may take a chronic wife and mother. At the request of his many fixed for the jail use hereafter. turn. J. W. Roberts and Children. customers and friends, J. P. E. There ja a remedy for almost One of the saddest deaths that every ilL Thousands have found C. Taylor has returned Drummond has decided to con- has occurred in town in many Mrs. J Peruna to he that remedy as did Miss Clara Lohr of 21 H. Gold St, from a vkit to see her father tinue his dry goods store at Liv- a day, was that of Mamie Sow Grand Rapids, Michigan. She writes Owens. He is 84 ingston and has left it in charge der, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a friend: "I don't need Peruna any 'uncle Mat years old, and while he is very of Mr. B. H. Hellard, who has Emmett Sowder, age 10 years, more. I am all well after taking weighed feeble, yet he is able to go about been with him since he started in who died last Saturday, after an six bottle- s- II started andninety was pounds before poor and weakly. I had such the house. He has many friends business nearly six years ago. illness of only one wek. and week she went out with .a cough never spitting all the time ia Mt. Vernon, who are always Mr. Drummond will continue to expected to recover. that I glad to hear that he is doing well. ive the store his personal atten- a crowd ot little folks feeling a My friends gave me up, I could eat nothing." Now I can eat and weigh Nine by twelve Matting Rugs. tion, returning to Livingston well as usual. When she re 135 pounds. I most thankfully every few weeks. He has other turned in the evening, she told Peruna to my friends." Choice designs $4.75 at Miss Lohr"s letter is an inspiraproperty in Livingston and we her mother that she did not- feel i Drummond's Store tion, a message of hope to suffering hope some day he will make his well. She rapidly grew worse women, it tens you tnat you too Mrs. John Roberts age 50, home with us again. y be strong and well and vigor and for the few days she lived, we j! " .. ous. died at her home, in the Rose doubt if one could have suffered j Peruna may be had in either For Sale: Pure bred Duroc Hill section last Saturday after form. Ask your fliquid or pigs, Orion Cherry King and more intense pain. The trouble i dealer. If tabletvalue health, do not you in illness of only three weeks, started with what seemed, to be a j 'accept substitute. r. Hartman'a of tuberculosis The deceased Colonel breeding, $15.00 up. Pedi- bruise on the leg. Lock jaw and j "World aFamous Peruna Tonic la what you "want. The Peruna Comhad been in declining health for gree furnished. unconsciousness followed during pany, Dept. 79, Columbus, Ohio, also W. H. Miller, several years, but was only con-tin- ej the last day or two. The devoted fpubllsh Dr. Hartman's Health Book., Mt. Vernon, Ky. Vrite for It to her bed for three weeks. parents are heartbroken in the STbe book Is free. you a Peruna, The burial took place Sunday at j Lightning did a lot of damage loss of their child, and especially Tour dealer will give ' Almanac fhe family burying ground near in this county during the recent the home. storms. The residence of Mrs. Mens and Boys' Suits at prices Matt Coffey was struck last that are right. Saturday and the flue knocked Drummond's Store down. The large barn of Alvin Judge Mullins has a force of Carpenter with about $1,000.00 men at work fixing up the mud worth of hay and corn was holes on the Brodhead road. The burned to the the ground soon Monda boles at the lop of Purcell Hill after being struck. and just beyond John Crawfords night Arthur Adams lost a fine bad gotten almost past fording mare and colt by being struck and this work is coming at a by lightning. All this was within The Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which has been mighty good time. The holes a radius of 3, miles. in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of are being filled and then gravel The jury returned a verdict ot and has been made under his spread over, putting it in good fen years in the. pen against W. sonal supervision since its infancy. shape. M. Mullins, who was on trial in Allow Tin one tn nr.fiivff rrmi in Mc the Laurel Circuit Court at the " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Latest styles in Shoes, the fam1 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of time of our last issue, for the ous Peters and Civilian brands. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment; killing of Luther Manus. The & Drummond's Store A nnrloir nffav. TnrtT crnt. t.Vio naca I Cecil Hayes, Burdette Owens, ,A$ Castoria is a harmless substitute for. Castor Oil, Paregoric, noon and returned a verdict Gilbert Hayes, Henry Harrison, j frPs ad Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains the Monday morning. The jury AW William Adams, Robert Mc ; neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its stood for several hours, seven j ' age is its 'guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Kenzie, David Carson Craig, for 21 years, three for 2 years : "been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Mead-ow- s Martin L Jones, and Jesse "Wind Colic and" Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising are some of the Rockcastle and two for 10 years. A new therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids trial will be asked for. Jeff boys who have recently joined the assimilation of Food; giving healthy' and natural sleep. Johnson, who was with Mullins I the Ii. & N. forces in Corbin. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. and under indictment will have You take the picture and let his trial this court. us do the finishing. GENUINE ALWAYS COTTON LANDRUM J. Fish & Son. fBears the Signature of The marriage of Miss Bernice The Kentucky Ed ucational Association mee,ts in Louisville on Yancy Landrum to Mr. John the 23rd of this month for a Vincent Cotton was solemnized three days session. Many im in the Langdon parlors on Tuesroth-a- t four portant matters pertaining to the day afternoon-Ju- ne o'clock, with Dr. M! L. Cotton State's educational welfare wi 1 be discussed, chief among which officiating. Mrs. Cotton? is the and accomplished will be the question of more sal- attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. The Kind You Have Always Bought ary for teachers throughout the once and Fish's will Tailor you always. We make the suit to suit vou. . ay Blsh's. Let Fish's do jour Tailoring ARMY CAMPAIGN. The campaign lor the Salvation Armv will be conducted June 23rd to 30th. The amount called for from Rockcastle Coun ty is $700. This is not a war relief fund. It is intended for and will go in to home work, help make up a fund of $3,000,. 000 which will enable this army to carry on their relief work SALVATION i. Cashier and mi aw i ii mmmmmmi ii . Mrs. W. L. Rich- - afds received a telegram last week from their daughter, Miss Sadie, who has hceen holding a great suffering that she endured. The sympathy of the community goes out to them The burial look place Sunday at Freedom. is it made harder because of the HHHMBiMili LL'lkiia and Thanks Here Am the Facts VVHAT a wonderful thing is growth and progress ! The months of January, pace-make- Feb- ! -- ev-:e- ry of-ou- bUMM Las-Sunda- y nd - ruary, March, April and May rs and we'll were not forget them. They represent an interesting page in this store's growth and" history. Our records show that-ou- r "business volume during these months surpassed our business volume of the corresponding months in 19 18 by fully 50 per cent and the month of May by J 0 2 per cent. And because of this we are prompted to offer our sincere thanks to the men and young men of Rockcastle and adjoining counties. This remarkable growth is due in a great measure to the "boys" who are back from military They came right back to Fish's beservices. satisfaction-givin- g cause they knew before they went away that this store was a -- institu- -. tion; they knew, as well as most folks do, that they could (come to us for style, quality yjjJH vW Just-as-good Children Cry for Fletcher's - and value and get them without fail. We have the kind of clothes perticular folks are looking for; correct styles; best quali- ties and satisfying values; today, every day. to-morrow, - per-jfifyj- Pi'r COME IN AND SEE US What is CASTOR A S?to!r'; rre?Ll VlXWTt&BiXiZS - THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR CASH " ! CASTORIA yiiiSr USE White fawn FLOUR Made from selected Red Winter In Use For Over 30 Years TH CtWTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITV. state. a :i few years, Rockcas-castl- e has been well and largely inthe fission school at Tucrepresented in all state and dis- son, Arizona and at Concord, trict conventions. It is greatly N. C, was outstanding in its desired that a strong delegation efficiency. Mr. Cotton is a young from this county, headed by the attorney from Akfon, Ohio. He County Superintendent of Schools is a young man of sterling char attend this coming meeting in acter and has a promising future LOCAL Louisville and prove that Rock- His Jather, Dr. M. LCotton, is castle is alive and progressive in an instructor in'the, Bible and You can get a genuine cow all educational languages work. We hope ancient Theological in the Presbyterian Seminary at hide leather bag at Fish's. to be furnished with the names. Louisville, Ky. Joplin Smith has typhoid at of all teachers who go from this The Langdon parlors were ar the home of his father near county, as we would be glad to tistically decorated under the Oak HilL management of Miss Hannah . publish the list. Sprowles -- with daisies, ivy and - Overalls. Best, Crown SystemPerforming wild animals con ferns. Lohengrin's wedding Drummond's Store. sisting of lions, leopards, pumas march was beautifully rendered made. to Mr. and Mrs. C. F. and other species of forest bred byIiss Risse Williams. The . Born ring ceTemony was characterized Bradbury on June the 8th a ixy, leasts have been added to the by beauty and impressiveness. Gentry Bros. Famous Shows unJames Donald. The bride, always attractive-w- as til the title Wild Animal Circus unusually so in an afterMen's heavy liber work shirts has been affixed to the tradenoon gown of dark blue voile. 95 cents at Drummond's Store. mark of this popular firm. Many and carrying a shower boquet of. new acts ana ie&tures are in rosea ana nines 01 tne Valley. Dr. Webb and Mr. Humble After the ceremony, an inform-- . motored up from Livingston store for the patrons of Gentry al reception was held The Bros. Shows which will exhibit yesterday on business. guests-includi- ng many friends here on Monday June 23. The from town and a few out Fred Baker is building an ice street parade will contain all the town guests were served with 'of dehouse at the rear of his store. He favorite animal performers as lightful brick-creaand cake: expects to handle ice by the car. well the new department of perMr. and Mrs. Cotton departed op Thawks We deire forming wild Mimals. Clowns for Louisville and other points- Card to thank our frieads and 'neigh- and other novelties that are new on cue aiternoon train bors Tor the kindness shown as to this show will take part in Mrs. Louis Cooper bought this procession and all the little' weekf rom Wel&VDerjartmeni during the recent illness and the dear Utile Mamie. ' folks should be oa hand to see Store, through uWBew Spark g death of -Mk. and Mas. Emmktt Sowdkk the dogs, ponies and elepkants a Dxlge car", which ni: delivered ia .parade drtM , Wtdaeeday. 9LKD CHXtDiaK. v m In the last Landrum. Her work as a teacher in Mt. Vernou Graded School Wheat For Sale by all Merchants, Keep'Em onthe Farm? -- How Are You Going to ANSWER: V - A trial will convince you. Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by With Electric Lights Dclco-Light- s JVTakes the Farm Home Crab Orchard Miling .Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. To the limit of its capacity, the largest single social 'relief (or Salvation Army opens its doors charity) organization in the world, to every human being who may yet kstidaeatal aim is always need help. No. conditions, creed-- the sameT the bringing of the inal, ethical or racial are made. dividual into personal and friend-- T Real, need is the sole condition, ly relations with Jesus Christ- Its motto: "The worm lor (ioa" , the worlds Redeemer. indicates the chief end towardpOR THE RULlBF op wliich it labors. Its motives are RHEUMATIC PAINS. j everywhere and always religious When you have stiffness and :, and spiritual. Its purpose in- - wwv,.o w imc luuatios, umug eludes the feeding of the hungry, joints and find it difficult to move the clothing. of the ragged, the. withtmt pain 'try massaging the iHmsiu& oi Homers, mo affected tjarts with Chamberlain's mm cleaasing of the unclean. The L.immet. It will relieve tha jmaay forms of social relief effort pain and make reet aad sleep named below- aad their world poaslble. s. widedevekpmet makes the. SaL . . More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy .Delco-Ligh- t lsjnsjaled there is no longer as great When incentive for the sonror daughter to go to the city, Its con- veniences are brought to' their home in the country. The daughter tan have.electric lights in her room, an curling iron and all other comforts that are so much de sired by young woman.; It- makes the chores easier for the son aucl provides power for, Operating labor saving tnn" c - so modernizes, thearm home that it brings, cheer andsatisfaction to every member of the family. Delco-Light If yo are desirous of bringing your home ji p. to date and , of giving ypur wife and family a real, home, jvhh Hghjsr,-bath- running water,.etc, get in touch with 1 - or w - -$r fi?. v S -- - i. - '.'. Ai v V--' 4 k, 4Vw.i. -- UYinMton,Ky. rtK' t .'"'- :. ' onus. liV -- "J. t f? - A, iMubtcribe $ . 1'" Z U' Tc ti-fP11 it: A- --" iFm-T- r - t- - & , -- WJi 1m, SL ?- :- . ' - U .t. - vs-- ; ' ' r - (w "C' 3- - :, - ,,n Vi 1 ; v:.. 5 . al v? -- r-- - i : v;: W Vii fc.?r? x v-- , ' . - . . . -- . . '. --- .. . , .u v j -- . . jk . til. 5 aawwatMaBaaMiStt g i! JST OLD tWO YEARS FIRST STATE BANK OF LLVINGSTOh, KY. BRODHEAD Cdtit n ed r m ist page) Smith "Weru in Danville'Wednes-iajr usual novelty features will be seen when .Gentry Bros. Shows and Wild West Oireus come to Mt Vernan on Mojiday June 23 to exh bit afternoon and nieht and to parade the ,princij.al streets that morning with a mile of pageantry an, open air review of great- - beauty and careful attractiveness, including; opan and and closed cages, camel tandem teams, mounted bands,20o ponies. elephants beautiful horses, dromedaries, clowns, tableau wagons and Mother Gosse floats tilled with the most beautiful and intelligent performing dogs in the world. BUGS! BUGS!! BUGS!!! Haggard was in Louisvill Monday on business. The Re Mr. Childress held services at the Baptist W .f re-li- ar OPENED FOR BUSINESS JUNE 9th, 1917 TODAY WE HAVE Deposits Loans Capital We $65,600. 35,000 15,000- - 1,000 satisfied customers --A- church Saturday and Sunday. S.- Li Quuinmis was here from Crab Orchard Tuesday looking after some business matters Bveretr 'Watson was in Garrard luring the week vismng his r ncle, W. T. Watson, near n The farmers in this hand, to hand sire making a fight with, the weeds, there are no trenches to it. ,Lap-castesec-lio- ll III I ,1! S II 'Illlllll kw llll :i:ti Mum a CI H m FTO m2jL.imU Q rP m Illlllll U iSE i 1 !HpPP?wPPF asm rtfi2Zfrit.cai;i mwmmu f yl iya " 1 n SK I UNLY SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULT IN COUNTY ll Bexes Rented uUdt yr .lines. Tkis Bank waits ti kelp FIRST STATE BANK FIRST STATE BANK - ysu. L. H DAVIS, President W.H Cottingim Dr R.G.Webb W.A. Warren T.C.Welch L.H.Davis .C.J.Ricc J.P.E.Drunimond Directors: A. B. HUMBLE, Cashier , ...... - :: '. t . - ao :! c We GROCERIES MEAT, at LARD, Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, .Carry a Pull Line of i?:r jp - Including Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. - Gentry Brothers Pamous.Show Potato Bugs. & Wild Animal Circus which "Whyplant potatoes for food to will exhibit in Mt. - Vernon on b used by the' family and then Monday June .28! a patriotic spectacle as the open let the Bug c Family eat them? a ji:,. :.u - lamiues touay wnu ing number of thlS" ear's all irt. Nearly loo ut"Kei ailu SUUK genng poia-o- f new performance the ponies take part in the'? buSs m Rockcastle County, bos d girls could be in picture which represents, thecal-Tu"c'u uCF.uB uu..u. lied nations; At a- command the crop and the mother at the from the trainer they march in different directions, each one be- house cooking a good dinner if decked with Sags of the nation the right method could be apthey represent and the entire plied to the Bug Eamily now 4 moving panorama-ohorses forms visiting the potato patch. The stich and bucket method one 01 the most stirring .events certainly gets some of the hard in the program. This spectacle ,u . .u r c shelled bugs hut they have al ia wo reauiu 01 tiiK u tuners ex ... ready started their families by r J 1 iurta 01f illie past year anu is pronounced the biggest and sticking a batch of eggs on the best animal display ever seen. underside of the leaves. These Many new acts and features have eggs will hatcb if not destroyed. been added to Gentry 'Brothers To pull off every leaf that has Shows this year including a" com- - eggs on it would weaken the potato growth-S- o some other methplete,wild animals circus. are-presenti-- . ' . 1I1F ill ('ii3liiilI11llill'ii!lii:I8ISIi!l . e - """ 'ii. 111 li:iil I '"UMWiM piaHi l: 4 trxsff TqbiccoCo. illllllllllllllWw f IB J IP' Ifp m&J& li a. 1 -- . ' iHmiilf 1" pletely. That's because it has the quality! And, right behind this quality flavor and quality fra-grance is Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive patented process. We tell you to smoke your nu at any cup jimmy-pipor makin's cigarette without a comeback I Toppy red bags, tidy red tiriM, handtome potmd and half pound tin httmidor and- -t hat clever, practical pound cryttal glass humidor tpith sponge moist sner top-- that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. listening post and you'll get the Prince Albert call, all right! You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and get so much tobacco joy out of every puff you'll wish you had been bom I twins For, Prince Albert puts over a turn new to every man fond of a pipe or a home made cigarette. It wins your glad hand com- T A v trrMii I . flush up mrb-o- f oq against a e od must, be applied. MEAL a: FLOUR BOOZE IS MOT A and in fact everything that is kept in an uj to date Grocery "WE ALSO HAVS A GOOD LINE OF - ' - m Men's and Boys' . OVERALLS ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS 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 1 5C to Of 0C COUNTER, which is brim full bargains, for every housekeeper. . WW"" :::j tinNimiitNmifHMmmiNWNMitHflMiiiHix V.. CUMMINS J. B. West Main Street Ori ........ Tr...... .!.. ..l...a. UUII DODGE 'l -smm 01S tbbbbbI sbbbI bbbbb! bbLsbbbbT bbbbbbbbbV "Z bbbbbI 'iills. bbbbbbbbP'rct 3P BBBBBBBBBB""1 " - '"WsmW "a m Kidney d!ieu ! no respeoter of OF CONSTIPATION X majority of the Ills afflicting today "Some time in 1909 when 1 people trouble.can be traced back to kl'dney had an attack of indigestion and The kidneys ere the most Important They are the organB of the body. everything loaked gloomy to me, filterers, the purifiers, of your blood. KMney disease is usually indicated by I received a free sample of nervousness, ! ach Chfara be rlain's Tablets by mail. I weariness, sleeplessness, stomach trou-mIache. from tw-despondency, backache, as necessary-general- ly pain in loins and lower abdomen, gakre them a trial and they were t. rheumatlsm.-sciatica- , gall .Annett Delano and her troupe to three applications will be help to roe that I bought a .and atones, gravol. such a lumbago. o( young lady riders, Xll these derangements 1 ::: able carrier pigeons her remark See your merchants and drug-gist- s package, andnot can truthfully say signals to warn you that are nature's the kidneys and scores had a similat attbat'I have need helD. Tou should use GOLD Wis-leIsjEDAIi iJ&ariem Ull japsuies mam- .. of renowned .Gentry animal acin Mt. Vernon, Brodhead tack since," writes Wm. B. Douglasvill, Pa. tor.', human circus stars and.un- - and, Livingston and get your ! per-mon q GOOD CURE. mended byOounty Agent Spence, When a man' comes to y.u aJl which he has tried in person this year on his own potatos doubled' up' with paia he' will die in your pres? Two level tablespoonfuls of eqce unle'ss" "yoii procure him a Paris greeiMto one, 'gallon of drink of whiskey, send him to a water-st- ir thoroughly and sprink. ' doctor or else give him a dose le on potatoes-- lf a spray pump of Chamberlain's Colic .nd cannob be hard, use a piece of an Diarrhoea Remedy. There is a old .broom, a bunch of sage grass among- - a whole straw, or mistake notion bunch of stiff-- green lot of people that booze. is the grass, dip in mixture andspfinlf--i best remedy for colic and stom- - le the potatoes-D- o this as often aud-dr-clare- The followine remedy is reco 1 s off- Paris Green today Don't put it - It's hard on the human family to plant potatoes and then givje away'to the Bug Family. MR WISLER CURED j 1 R. J, Reynolds Tobacco Co. Wiruton-Sak- m, N. CJ IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS diately. The soothing, healing oil stimulates the kidneys, relieves Inflammations and destroys the germs wolcb it. Do not welt until tohae caused to your druggist, today aad morrow. Go OU insist on GOLD MEDAL, HaaTlem you hours Capsules. In twenty-fou- r should feel health and vigor returning and will bless the day you first heard of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OU. After you feel that you have ourtd yourself, continue to take one or two capsules each day, so as to keep la condition and ward off th danger of other attacks. Ask for the original imported GOLD M3DAL brand. Three sizes. Money refunded if they do not help you. flrst-clasa b. suf-ficen- -- y, f 1 - -- ilCn aHHI.StL-Blllllllllirhn& &sWe"vLWem-3- : ,fc3 v iWW slllllO tr.sllllBlH J ; M , fLWWW HB H flHsi WssM .. flMHBssk HHHIIH I wm- IbbbbbbbbbI aioilsi ; 'S sbbbbv.a I bbbbbI H bbbKI WsmWt 'c r bbbbbLbbbB ' H UL U 'm sbH h fsssBssssfl mii -- sHIIIIIIIA . 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Roofing, etc. We some real money. dividends; :.. lMa:ke a pleasure trip to our store.' t;lt will pay you bif for ithe womanSdet&ea'tfe;stFivnitiite..Pepajtnient VvhoiCare&, .Qur 17, (departments are Eastern 'Kentucky. The kindthat reflects rearcbaraeter ti:, r hP5Pfi5nn nn.w ...1.1 f.,11 :..i! !"Li- - :i,. fvouc 101 vyc ttthL KAfhttiob-- mAnPTT, iTJN lrn.m wuruuiu uiaivvmu;. 01 lnxeresiiiig tniags ior you. o.eemg is Dexieyiii aii iuu offers Oil Stows,' Refrigerators,, aeparatQr5,ce C:eam geezers, etc. ,0u"r;stocks are complete RU-B.Berea, can-sav- . " ''... : i....... j , o? 11 i -- Q I ; 1A LI " -- I Ll V I -.., M c- - A IV I llll H --.- VI I - X. I I rrr H ; .. -- J mi xzmmm.MmjzzmmMm wwMk,m :bb1 TbbI Jm - - " ' -- , " ,,. "J ' MMjYZbaDt-ix-'n "nrT TT r-- Z -- - ' V -" -n v - r-- '- - - ' - "' ' '- ..,kL-1-- gBB '::wmr Jx " - f bbbbbbbLLI w , - - ?. .- J frm BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBVBBBVFflPferx. KHbHbbbbbbbbbbbIbK ys ., "- - JKt&HlBBMtfat-.V.' V 'Li&ZL H-- ' i.