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VERNON, ,i 1887 NUMBER 45 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., ER1DAY, JULY 25. 1919 ! m i ! VAPOR I Republicans of Laurel County For THE GREAT BRODHEAD AUG. Y 3 20-21-- 22 ! I ! 1 i ! ;: m Sec'y-Trea-- s. STOVE iKr? BaSJ3KSS3S sSSKIEgSSJ? Prepare for the Happiest Annual ? Event of your life THEY ARE DOING IT ALL OVER Lincoln,- Garrard, Madison., Pulaski, - itmmmg iSS3&v-3- 4 .S 1 I R. L. McFERRON London, and Boyle . The PREMIUMS Have Been GREATLY INCREASED Call or write for Catalogue J. G. kP. I i a To You'll like this stove be- cause it's compact and is equipped with the large make splendid representative 9 gentleman and well qualified to he will aadd strength to the our district. We feel that the Uhpi'blicans of Laurel and Rockcastle Counties: We the undersigned find that Mr. McFerron is an uptight Ky., July 22, 1919. FRITH, President GRANVILLE OWENS, powerful Detroit burners, sanitary base, nickel tritn mings- and drip pan. This stove is also made in the, - two-burn- er size. 'ticket if nominated at the primary election. We heartily endorse him and will do all we can honorably .to secure his nomina- W M(tion for Representative. Will ask the Republicans of the District Mr. McFerron their consideration (Signed) John Woodward, Chairman Laurel County " Republican Executive Cominittee. R. H. Southlaud, Secretary, Laurel County Republican Executive Committee. 1 Mo! CGC :ext T zxz:k2k I The William Beck Farm OF 8 g Ci Gr CQA 1 MOTORIST SHOULD WATCH OTHER DRIVERS AS KTi i Ml. Vernon, Ky. WELL AS THEM- - SELVES. -'- tbe right thing, and you'll be on your guard if he does the wrong thing and ready for the emergency."' :Kf yS 'Chain' ffl'' We Deal in Good Tires need. First, assume that- - you. must Nbver back or swing from tbe look out for yourself and the curb into the street without ot'ier fellow, too. Don't rely looking back to see if the way is whollj on the other fellow doing both ways "on each cross street; and if you're not on the main thoroughfare slow down before you cross. It's safest to drive slowly enough to have the car well under control where buildings hide the intersecting streets. Do not cut the corners in turnt ing, but keep well to your side ot the street and look both ways before you make the turn. Put out a baud as a guide to the car ollowing or approaching. In passing a slower moving vehicle pass it on your left, "but in passing a street car always keep to the right. Do not follow another vehicle too closely. It might stop suddenly. m Stop whenthe street car ahea d of you stops and- - stand still till all passengers getting off are out of the street. In most cities M this is required by ordinance. Dim. your lights when ap r proaching another auto on the . road. Use. common sense at all times and you'll save trouble for your self and the other fellow. . - 206 aCRi9 ! AT !?N1IC SUE 10:00 O'clock Martin Owned for 40 vears bv Mr Beckt one of the best farmers in county He has taken care of and kept it in a high state of cul-- s Wednesday, July 30th 1 J Wc will sub divide and sell thisforfarm tor H. F this purpose has just bought it 1 who 2 J H y fa We have just laid in a stock of United States Tires, As a .United States Tire Sales and Service Depot we can provide you . with good tires that will exactly meet your needs. Also a type of service consistent with tires of such high .quality. Now ready to "Punch' ' and grow the crops On Stanford and Hustonville pike, two miles from Stanford MnffT-efn1n vaa j - x P P j.v vuuiikv obai ji. uuwuut nn I dwelling tvvo verandas back porch . Elegant modern anA liiille in vffii vrrv4 tenant Vinfict lary hrn 40x0l Beautiful yard large shade trees silo all sort&of outbuildings You willenjoy life here This farm lies well lon frontage on oike several fine building sites goodifences everlasting water cistern, ponds H springs and pools ithe JM v- j-- v 8-ro- on -- nntn U w a S m -- g Jj There are five distinct types of United States Tires one for every need of price or use. No matter what size or type of car you drive we have just the tires you Gov. James D. Black A Tote :for Black in August it a rote for Democratic mc-c- e ia;November. ? r I S can buy $he home and 20 acres or add thereto art many acres as you may v an unimproved tract of 20 to 50 acres or more, the 9.ize , Take advantage of thi9 Golden Opportunity to . get what you want, H! tract you want, located, where you want it; part ofthefarm being in .Stanford Graded M School District, and at the Drice vou want to" riav. This farm is sure to sell for the U The bidders fix: the price. Home one will get a bargain why not lyf ;'HHgh Dollar." ft MYou 0 XYOU?. Terms Easy, Possession January 1st, 1920, We want to show you this farm before day of sale. 'and blue prints see, write) phone the real estate men - '' - - For further- particulars '".--. BRYANT BROS. , . V i '"'-:- mhk VBVMB United States Tires ant uuuq in 5 t BiMHiBik - i , iiiebroad, of Lancaster; or Hughes & McCarty, Stanford 'V, ? ; i ,v-- " ' 1 1 c M.4 ArSwtE: , .:&' .. ' ' . Er .w " tv -- - ' '; ; " . 1 l-I1 '4 c-' TIP'"" ' or W. E. MOSS, Adv. MSr. a-- j. ..--- ,1 .'-- , H- V " "J- " "'."-n T - , ' -.- - i. e si .- r ' -lie j ' . ' i , . . -..' " -- . . ' '. -. V . -- 4 r - j-i-'p t. ' . itrasu " , . - ,- T v- -. V' r 'VI '"yrfyrfa Vernon Signal 25, 1919 , iVHv - -- V. - iirKirnniyf j i r r ' : ' lira - mr. ocTPTMini ,j i ,i nn. yijjpMii . ji j'.i.bmi j immm ww 'nil irwcwggrmapggaLfc .&. "clean Friday, July PzibHsJud every Friday by ' EDGAR S. ALBRIGhT, SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 Advertising rates maae known on application. i. -- MEMBER OF .KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION " if " t V' ANNOUNCEMENTS We are autl orlzed to announce R. L. McFERRON as a cadidate for Representative from the Eighty First Legifilative district, comomposed of Rockcastle ann Laurel Counties, subject to the action of the Repuhcan party at its primary election on August 2, 19 We are in the home stretch of the August, Primary. The various candidates, with whip and spur in constant use, are speed galloping with break-nectoward Election Day. Each of the Gubernatorial entries and their campaign managers are appealing to the voters to quit the field, the shop, the office, the store and hie aw&.y to the election booth on August 2nd. The hope of J udge Carroll is in the city vote, while the success of Governor Black depends largely upon the country fellow being wide awake at the polls. If the cities furnish the vote, Judge Ca'rroll will be the nominee. But with a certain independent, decent Democratic vote in the cities for Gpvernor Black, accompanied with a substantial vote in the country, he will win. To nominate Governor Black every man from the country must be on guard. No voter must fail to cast his ballot; rather he should be up at the first red streak of dawn on August 2nd, ready, willing and anxious to get to the election booth and see that every one of his neighbors k campaign, ftee from abuse or undjjo criticism of his opp neut. He belongs to no faction. ruled by no boss nor does he represent any social interest Governor Black belongs to th plain, common folks of Kentucky They admire and trust him He has shown himself to be a hjgh class candidale will piove an attractive nomiuee and make a. Governor of whom ail true and loyal Kentuckians can be justly proud. He will storm the citadel of the Republican Ticket chosen by Louisville ahd Covington political bosses. No apo'ogy Wil" have to be offered for Governor Black on the stump We can follow him with pride and hea him with pleasure. As our nominee he can bring cheer to our hearts, awaken us to a great battle and with the spirit of success and confidence ringing in every utterance, he will lead us to a t glorious victory in No. vember. So, boys, coats off, sleeves rolled to the arm pits and with a determination to get every vote, say to JSallie Ann, Good bye, take care of yourself and the children, for I am gone to shake the politi cal bushes; to stir up the brier patches; to get out the voters; to serve my country and help elect our own Jim Black Governor of Kentucky. Sallie Ann, you can depend upon it that I will come back to you and tlv babies on Saturday night, August 2nd, at 9 o'clock, for by thai hour the battle will have beei finished and the result announced So until then good bye, and God bless and be with you and ours OFPUBUC INSTRUCTIONS COPY OF BALLOT, 'DEMOC' RATIC PRIMARY.. L E. FOSTEti Hopkin.-viHe- , Ky. . . SATURDAY, AUGUST 2. 1919. W. P. KING Newport, Ky " Carter for Governer Black claims that he will carry every Dr. J. P. W. Brouse for Audi tor, and Ryland G.' Musick foi Attorney General. Their loca lion is good.. They are sober, and efficient men and would ad We do not hesitate to saj that it would be wise for the Democrats to vote for W. E Shanks for Lieuienant Governor, -- strength to the ticket in CHAMBERLAIN'S COEIC ANI DIARRHOEA RLMEDY. This medicine always wins the good opinionfif not the praise of does likewise. those who use it. Try it when, Governor Black has waged a you have.need of such a remedy. district but theTSixth. not even giving Canoll his own seventh district. Black will carry the rust by 1,500,. second, .3,500, RICES. EUBANK third: 4,000. fourth, 4,500, fifth . Lexington, Ky 1,500 seventh 1,000, eighth 4.000, FOR COMMISSIONER ninth 5.000, tenth 6,of.o, eleventh kB K kkkft 'V'kkL. hiiiiW H 1 ik. K hhhhk OF AGRICULTURE 5,200. 'Tudge Cirroll will carry JAMES G. CECIL the sixth district by 3,500 to Boyle County, Ky.. . 4,ooo. Democratic Party The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of JOHN W. NEWMAN Miles M. Logan for Judge CarSATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919 VersaiUes, Ky and has been made under his per-7- V roll, claims the first by i,5oo, the sonal supervision since its infancy. second by 2,500, either candidate FOR MAGISTRATE C6CCi6vZ' Allow no one n Apcm-rrnit in hic FOR GOVERNOR mn.v rn.rrv third. Pnrmll ... 'Fifth Magisterial District j All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but j JOHND CARROLL will carry the fourth by 1,000, Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of GUY ROBERTS Newcastle, Ky. . Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. the fifth by at least 5,000, probTGum Sulphur, Ky P.J NOEL ably io,ooo, the sixth by not, less Harrodsburg, Ky. . . . COPY OF BALLOT REPUBLI- than 6,000, the seventh by 5,000 Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric-- , JAMES D. BLOK the situation in the eighth is Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains CAN PRIMARY Barbourville, Ky. ... neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ita somewhat complicated and the SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR majority will be small either way. "been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, He will carry the ninth in his R. C. OLDHAM "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising" estimation but the result is in Winchester, Ky. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids doubt. The tenth and eleventh the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. W. H. SHANKS The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. are conceded to Black by a com Stanford, Ky bined majority of 5,000. Right FOR SECRETARY OF STATE now, he says that Carroll has his GENUINE ALWAYS FRANK P. HAGER race won by 15.000 and he is Paintsville, Ky 'Bears the Signature of steadily growing in favor. Republican Party D. E. McQueary This is a wide divergence of SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919. Pine Knot, Ky opinion, and the reader can take MAT S. COHEN his choice without costing him a Lexington, Ky FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL cent. CHARLES I DAWSON FOR AUDITOR LOSS OF APPETITE. Pineville, Ky PUBLIC ACCOUNTS GEORGE W. JOLLY As a general rule there is nothJOHN W. RAWLINGS . Owensboro, Ky ing serious about a loss of appeThe Kind You Have Always Bought Danville, Ky tite, aud if you skip a meal or THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YOHK CITY. FOR RAIL ROAD ANDREW CLARK VANCE j j at two meals a day for a few COMMISSIONER Henderson, Ky days you will soon have a re sh E. K. CASH HENRY M. BOSWQRTH for your msals when meal time Tackson, Ky Lexiugton, Ky such as removing obstructions, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY comes. Bear in mind that at j JOHN b.'eversole J P. W. BROUSE filling mud holes, and. washouts FISCAL COURT. least five hours should elapse beHazard, Ky I Somerset, Ky tween meals so as to give the To the Road Overseers ef Rock and may name the malitia or FOR SENATOR FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL hands to do this emergency work castle County: food ample time to digest and CLARENCE MILLER at any time the necessity reR. W. LISANBY the stomach a period of rest beIrvine, y.. All public roads worked by quires it. Princeton, Ky fore a- second meal is taken. comple'ted. and FOR REPRESENTATIVE AH overseers are requested to RYLAND C MUSICK Then if you eat no more than malitia must be filed by the respective report to their nearest Justice of reports Jackson, Ky you crave and take a reasonable G. M. BALLARD Magistrates the Peace all rightofways that are Mt. Vernon, Ky t ALLAN WILSON BAKER amount of outdoor exercise every overseers with the of each magisterial district, by not cut off by August 20, 1919. McKee, Ky K. L. McFERRON day you will not need to worry overseers on or before the A true copy attest: Mt. Vernon, Ky, E. DAUGHERTY about your appetite. When the the day of October, 1919, if aid S. P. Bowman, Bardstowrf, Ky loss of appetite is caused by ist FOR MAGISTRATE roads are not worked ani reC. R. C. C. constipation as is often the case, FOR CLERK OF Fifth Magisterial District ports 61ed no allowance will be that should becprrected at once. COURT OF APPEALS F. F. ROBBINS A dose of Chamberlain's Tablets made to the overseer?. No c'aim WILLIAM B.O'CONNELL will do it. C. C. Gum Sulphur, Ry. will be paid unless ordered by a ATTORNEY-AT-LANewport, Ky.. : NO riCE TO THE TAX PAYERS Iust;c2 or County Judge. MT.VEENON.KY. ALVIN STEGER ESTIMATES BY CAMPAIGN If said roads are not worked OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: Owenton, Ky MANAGERS. each overseer is subject to an inBank of Mt. Vernon, on J Your tax for the year 1919 is JOHN A. GOODMAN Church St. Special atten The campaign managers for no v due Please call at my office dictment in the Circuit Court. Elkton, Ky tiori piven collections. J... . gubernatorial candidates gave and settle same. And each overseer is to keep all the Respt. & "PNONE 80 1 their estimates Sunday. Haynes Tip Langford, S. R. C emergency "work done at once. FOR SUPERINTENDENT D Children Cry for Fletcher's dmms a .D V E -- j'!. v s "Just-as-goo- d" D What is CASTORIA D a CASTORIA a Clo&Y cUc&ki .' D I 1 In Use For Over 30 Years D D D -- - ; D .D D D Williams W n . BIG MT. VERNON FAIR i- - STfrVCAlt few 'ft iopyngnt iaart ocnauiKT w mats . - JMBBBBy"""""" 1 LARGER ATTRACTIONS AND B I 11 S- .- TIER THAN EVER E BlFOffE t y P B:E fefMW . rf - j! tf -- M ; mm-- s,Eilor8'Day - V.VLL BE HERE 3 WILL CONSOLIDATED l3 I I V.Tt WITH BIG BUI 3 TT .tS- 5., - 5 - r --- - I "SEZT " V:: V ; -- sIII - . - .ST -- .f"V, 7 . t j aaaA. , For a good old rollicking time, J If you consider style, quality Mc. GO to the Brodhead Fair. August and workmanship in clothes. young men at Fish's. Fish's have the clothes for you. 2o, 21, 22. w?H begin work Bryant Bros Mt 'BBNON, Ky, July 25, '1919 J. W. Rider has already begun The Brodhead Fair manageon their new garage next Mon ment knows how to make it work on a garage just back of the up "No. 79" wnen day. Gist RocKcastWhotel. The building pleasant for every one want to Communl. cat with SIGNAL Don't forget the special display like going home. Aug. 20, 21 will be brick and will have 6000 of fine tailoring Samples to be and 22. square feet of space. shown at Msh's one day only, FORSALE. For Sai,e: A good five room Friday, Aug. 8 th dwelling, good Dgarden, lot well One pair work mules age 6 and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Roberts neces 7. Will sell worth the money. fenced, good cellar and all are rejoicing over the arrival of sary LOUISVIU.C 4. N ashvillc R. R. Co. out buildings. This prop- Telephone or write, a fine girl at their home yester erty C. G. Metcalf, is located near the end of day. Mother and babe doing TIME TABLE. Ottawa, Ky. Newcomb street, is a desirable 5 45pm well. 2 north piece of property and can be NOTICE. 21 north 3:35 am When you are in doubt about bought worth the money. For I have sold my dry goods store south 12:35 p m Clothing, Hats, Shoes or Furnishfurther information see Elmer 12:45 a m ings, Livingston to J. B. Donnelly il South there's only one thing you or write me at Twila, in B. H. Hellard. All accounts and J as. Landrum, Agent. need to know. It's Fish's that's Ky. due me for goods are payable to Phone No. 8. ecuf. Mrs. Josie Percifui.. them. They assume all outEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice Albert Ramsey, Charley Met- - There will be on display at standing indebtedness of mine s mail matter. as calf and Ernest Woods, the Rock- Fish's Cash Store one day only for merchandise. castle boys who have seen ser Friday August 8th the Fall line J. P. E. Drummond. PERSONAL vice in Northern Russia, are all sf woolens from one of the lead- July 15th, igi9. Mr. and Mrs.W. G. McBe home with some wonderful exing tailoring concerns of Chicago. spent Sunday in Stanford. The last day Friday Aug. periences in that cold country. These samples will be something 15th, of the Mt. VernotFair Richard Mullins is home from Jim Bullock has sold his farm like a yard square or larger and has been set aside as Soldiers with his wife and baby. France near Level Green and says he will give you an idea of how the Joe Childness, of Louisville, is will locate in some section where suit would look made up. You and Sailors Day and every solvisiting his sister, Mrs. Minnie there are better roads. Mr. are invited to come in look these dier, sailor or marine who has seen enough of Uncle Sam to be Anderson. Bullock is a mighty good citizen large samples over and if you Miss Virginia Simpton, of Nash- - and we certainly hope he decides tind something you like for your given a uniform will be admitted to the grounds that day ".He, is visiting her cousin, Miss to remain in Rockcastle. new Fall suit, overcoat or odd FREE of charge. The only proM aude Adams. If you want to see the finest trousers, Fish's will guarantee vision is that they wear the full Mrs. H. R. Bradbury, of Cali- lot of Soldiers and Sailors hat the fit. uniform and take a part in the fornia, is visiting her son, Chas. ever wore a uniform come to Mrs. Emmett Sowder died at big parade in the afternoon. K Bradbury and family. the Mt. Nernon Fair and see our 7 o'clock Wednesday t after an This offer applies to any and all Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Barnett, own boys. They are all coming illness which has lasted nearly who have been in the service reof Wilton, have been with rela- and you want to see them, they two years. Mrs. Sowder has gardless of what state they may tives here during the week. want to see you. been suffering from pellagra for live in, provided the uniform is Miss Kathleen Walter, daughthe past two years, but her con- worn. Things will be turned Don't forget that Friday the ter of Dr. B. F. . Walter, is the last day of the Mt. Vernon Fair dition was not so serious until over to the boys that day and a iust of Miss Risse Williams. will be Soldier, Sailor and Marine after the death of their ten year good old fashioned Miss Bertie Jean Penny, of day. The boys have been to old daughter abouttwo months spirit will prevail. Stanford, was the guest of Miss war and the folks want to see ago. Since then there has been Little interest is being taken Fan Sparks for the week end. them all together this day. The a rapid decline in her health Be- in keeping the cemeteries in our Wra. French, prominent farm- uniform is all it takes to get by side her husband three children, an aged father and mother and county in trim. Possibly the er of the Brodhead section, was the gate man that day. several brothers and sisters sur- two that are best kept are the here yesterday and tells us his The Mt. Vernon Fair cata- vive. The burial took place at Brodhead cemetery and the Maret n n, Rolla, who has been overlogues are ready and the Brod- the Freedom burying'ground. cemetery near Wildie. None sea about a year returned home head Fair cataloguesiwill be ready would object to being laid away Sunday. Monday. If you do not get one at either of these places when Mt. Vernon, Ky. Fred Shearer, Sam McMullin, promptly advise the Secretary, July 21, 1919. the final summons comes, but Lee Norton, Charley B. Niceley, Chas. C Davis Mt. Vernon or Notice is hereby given that a few of us would designate any Albert Owens and Bred Baker Granville Owens, Brodhead who motion will be made on the 3rd of the others as a final resting e re some of our boys who have will be glad to mail you one of Monday of August, I9I9, before place on .account of bushes and j cently arrived from service his respective fair. Hon. Cam Mullins, Judge of the briars being so thick. If our with Uncle Sam oversea. The blackberry crop is sure a Rockcastle County Court to loved ones who are sleeping at James Arthur Franklin, who bumper in Rockcastle. When cause all gates to be removed any of these other than the two v as wounded twice in France Goose-hai- r man adver- from that portion of the public mentioned should awake and look and has been in U. S. Army hos- Gott. the 2oo,ooo gallons it looked road leading from the Sarah ubout they would certainly be pital for several months, is home tised for a Clear Creek ashamed of us not keeping things for a 3o days stay with his like joke, but the final figures Peters residence to will show that not only 2oo,ooo at the old Durham Mill place. in better order. Tins paper is mother, Mrs. Ella Erankliu, near is ready to print announcements gallon have gone out from the This July 21, 1919. Vildie. He is improving and it that the folks will meet at any Chas. F. Bradbury, various points of the county, but ia hoped he will soon be well or all of these cemeteries and County goad Engineer. that the number will be nearer again. clean up. If some of those int600,000. Miss Minerva Payne, daughter erested-will Capt. Jake Bethurunuwho is set the day' we will jusfback from France, was here The Mt. Vernon Fair will be a of Mr. and Mrs. Milt Payne, age let the people know. last week for a short visltrto Mt. thing of the past for i9i9 just 18 years, died Monday after an Vernon relatives. The record three weeks from this day. If illess of several weeks of typhoid State of Ohio, City of Toledo, juouniy. ss. made by Capt. Bethurum dur- you are not ready, get ready. The deceased had had what was Don't worry about the other considered a mild case of typhoid Frank J. Cheney makes oath ing the past four years has been showing a finer cow, horse and was getting along apparently that he is senior partner of the a most enviable one, going from a Second Lieutenant to a Captaincy. or pig than you, but get busy as well as could be expected. firm of E. J. Cheney &Co., doCapt. Bethurum likes army and shine up yours and get the The doctor had told her she ing busintss in the city of Toledo life and will continue in the ser- blue. The premiums are better could sit up on Tuesday. On County and state aforesaid, and vice, with headquarters at Camp than ever before and indications Saturday her nose began bleed- that said firm will pay the sum point to the biggest attendance ing and every thing known to of One Hundred Dollars for each Funston. ever known. Remember one day medical science was tried to and every case of Catarrh that Mrs. Emiline Oliverson, of has been set aside as Soldiers stop the flow but everything cannot be cured by the use of Kansas, who was a Miss Baker and Sailors day. Tell your sol- proved of no avail. Dr. Pen- Hall's Catarrh Medicine. before ber marriage, is here this boy friends of this, the uni- nington, the noted surgeon from Frank J. Cheney. week accompanied by her two dier form is all it takes to lget in. London was called in consultadaughters, on a visit to RockcasSworn to before me and subMrs. T. G. Reynolds, who was tion with Dr. Walker Owens and scribed in my presence, this 6th tle relatives and also to visit the old birth place near the mouth of Miss Nettie Coffey, a sister of for a whole night he labored day of December, A. D 1886. A. W. GLEASON. (Seal) Skeggs Creek. Mrs. Oliverson Joe and Sanford Coffey died sud- without stopping to save the Notary Public. left this county when seven years denly yesterday at her home near young life. The burial took Hall's Catarrh Medicine is takold, has never been back and is Wildie. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds place near Hopewell on Tuesday. en internally and acts through now seventy years of age. She had gone to a field near the the Blood on the Mucous SurSUCCESSFUL SALE. house to pick a few berries. In faces' of the System. Send for is a cousin of our citizens, John The sale for the W. J. "Sparks testimonials, free. a short time Mr. Reynolds lost and A. Renner and also J. J. Baker, & McCarty, the F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo of Cedarville. Mrs. Oliverson has sight of Mrs. Reynolds and Co., by Hughes O. , Sold by all druggists, 75c. kept track of her Kentucky rela- thought she had gone to the Stanford Real Estate dealers Hall's Family Pills for was held yesterday and same was tives and there are very few bouse. Soon he followed on and things connected with their Jives failing to find her returned to pronounced a success. The en of any importance of which she the berry field where he last tire farm sold and broughka bet- For Sale: Farm containing 76 -- saw her, only to find her dead. ter price than was figured .it acres more or less, "located l does not know about. Mrs. Reynolds was apparently in would bring. W. A. McKenzie' miles north of Brodhead, Ky., LOCAL the best of health when she left C. D. Sutton and Kev. H. T. near Chestnut Grove School Curt Jett will preach at the the house, and her sudden taking Young bought what was known House, price $3,000. Known as away comes as a great shock to as the Langford or quarry farm, the Cherry farm. Has plenty of Courthouse tonight at 5:30. her family and friends. The 296 acres, for which they paid good water, good Buildings and Tomorrow is clean .up da at burial will take place this after- $11,692.00. ft. M. Sharp, of Cas- orchard j mile from' school. Fair grounds. The fair belongs noon at the Maret grave yard. ey County bought J. A.Vance, to you as much as anyone else, ' farm 324 acres for $5,215. Brodhead, Ky. Rockcastle Stock Pens had Aden Owens got therefore help make it a success. 14 acres at JSOT1CE The prospect for a good rair have only a small amount of stock oh $76 50 and Geo and Jim never been equal to the iqlg hand Monday and few buyers. Sjmth bought the rest for Anyone wishing to buy' a nice $9oo. Every one acquainted with the A part outlook. of the stock and machin- stock of groceries will" see meat conditions readily understands ery sold but the larger part of it once. ,1 will sell at a bargain. The Rockcastle Dixie Highway why. The seasons "shortage of did not. W. H. Brown, Commission will meet with the Messrs 'Hughes & Mcgrass and water has lessened Carty and the W.J. Sparks Co.' 7 citizens of Livingston Monday Mt Vernon, Ky. the demand and those who had as well were please evening relative to the Dixie with the reSUMMER COMPLAINT Highway through Livingston. stock to sell are waiting for bet- sult. Col. John B Dinwjddie QUICKLY RELIEVED ter conditions. J. M. Craig inis is an important meeting was here from Lancaster who the celebrated auctioneer from "About two years ago said Lincoln was on the' block when and the citizens of Livingston and got suffering from a severe they weref burning up ia his an mere was attack of should attend it. coming for. what county. The pastures are not sold. summer complaint, Cham This land is locatee on A small child of Mr. and Mrs. only gone but they do not even berlain's Colic .and Diarrhoea the Dixie" Highway, is valuable Will Dooley, and grand child of have stock water. Tin's tells property and not n. part of it can Remedyand it relieved. me almost Ike Dooley died at their home in why there Is no demand. Again instantly," writes Mrs. Henry Jeffersonville, Ind. The re- July is one of the poorest months be bought today for anything JewetVClark Mills,', N. Y. This like the price it sold for yesmains were brought here last in the year. This condition ex terday The W. J. Sparks' Co. is an excellent reaidy for colic ' jijghtnd taken to the home of istsat ine very best centers retained about and Diarrhoea and- - should 75 TnlinDxx ., ... .. ... tf and lire d- . W juuvBuuun- - i Aueisi Will. see imtrnvpmnf. .VlQ nnan-- ITIU.--. acres 'around, kept it hand by every family. "'be a . uawjr. xuo Avans tract wnere the burial will September ought-to.btil ahum- - which was advertised was not take place.at the Maret cemetery, mer. sold. r- HK -I. WV-k Vernon Signal 79 Riding Pants and Leggingstfor Kenosha-Klbsed-Krotc- Union Suits h 79 GET READY FOR THE AUGUST L j MT. VERNON PAIR 133 DAYS "'. P-rci- ful, BRODHEAD FAIR AUGUST . to-da- second-clas- 203 DAYS ' y and let us show the Drop in things men, young men and boys need to keep them cool and comfortable these hot summer days. Arrow Shirts Arrow Collars Panamas and Straw Hats ' Cooper's Union Suits Cheney Silk Ties ')' ? -- home-comin- g .y Hosiery Cool Suits -- THE CASH STOKE USHgQ BETWEEN THE BANKS 1MAIL YOU OAN ORDERS ON THE SENDING YOU BEST VALUES IN STOCK WHEN YOU WRITE, OR PHONE PHONE 27- - DEFEND SSSmk llwiTaniMil -- -- . O TT Av WA UNITED .STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads fel-lo- w Mrs. Ollie Broyles and Miss Arney Duck, of Plato, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Metcalf from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Miss Nellie Weaver spent Sunday with Mrs Laswell's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Dan Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hasty and children, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Etta Burton. Mrs. A. S. Mink .spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs . J. S. Cash. Willie Adams was with home folks last week. Rev. James Riddle ffled his regular appointment at Providence Saturday night and Sunday. Bur- dette Owens was with home folks Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Dan Phelps is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. Willie Laswell. Mrs. Alza , Elder and cnnareu, 01 .Louisville, are visiting Mr.and Mrs. Wm.Taylor. Las-we- ll Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares Are Now In Etfect To Various Summer Resorts Providing Attractive Vacation Trips FOLLOWING are ROUND TRIP RATES FROM Mt- Big Vernon $ 8.46 Diamaad Springs, Ky. CaDatii, Tern. Irvine, Ky. WestRflrehrnd, TO NEARBY RESORTS (War Tax Extra): Stiie Gap, Va. $12,56 12.62 3.78 Frasklii, Ky. Hartsrille, ' . -- Ten. Ky. 11.24 13,74 5,76 -- Mr. and-'MrChas. Metcalf and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Dillingham visited Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Met- Tirreit, Teai. 13,69 -tf an-ac- re 4-t- f. -- I-t- - A 1 n to-da- y . e . t i- -r ' cgtuaro&tOir rUIrX r ,i- Brown For fares to other points, or farther particulars, who' has been sick for some time apply to local Ticket Agent. is no better. Mr. Steve Cash, after being gone from this part fro about six years, is back with friends and relatives again and looking fine. Two infant child- 'JElerrineton and childten. scent every hundred case3 recover.' ren of Mr. and Mrs Sam Lewis Sunday with her parents, Mr. Mr. W. G. Campbell, of Butler, died during the past week and and Mrs. H. C. Laswell Miss Tenn., says, C,I have used Chamburied at Union cemetery. Cecil Elsie Herrin spent last week berlain's Colic and DiarrhDea Hayes spent Saturday nieht ,with her aunt, Mrs. Joe Al Remedy 'for summer complaint and Sunday with his parents, bright. Mrs. Jackson Scott and in children. It is far ahead of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. .Hayes. I daughter, Miss Cordie, of Louis-- . anything I have ever used for Mrs. Mary Webb speut Sunday ville, are visiting relatives .in purpose." wiiu JM.13. juiiu oiuwu. mi., a.. this part. Miss Lncy Mink S. .Minks, spent Monday night spent Sunday afternoon with I with Mr. Tom French - near Crab Miss Nellie Weaver. Orchard. Mh-Susie Cash, of For Infants aad Childrem Brodhead,' was "with relatives in In Us For thisjp&rt from Saturday until SUMMER COMPLAINT IN Always bears the CHILDREN, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Signature of Wiggins, Misses Pearl A. Smith, There is not anything like so Pearl Hoss and James Smith, many deaths from this disease spent Friday nignfr with rela- now as before Chamberlain's tives af Lexington. - School he- - Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy Ll W. BETHURUM gan aUUnKra-- . Monday with La-- J cajneinto,such general use. When ATTCRKEY AT IAW mar .Thompson and Mis$ Georgia 'this remedy is given wjth castor MTWMON, KY. Gentryas teaMj--Will- ie Mink oil as directed aad proper are Will iraotke ia all tfee courts. spenttTuesdaMh' hisi cousin, is taken as' to diet, it is' safe to . CJpkeea Church Street calf Sunday. Miss-Olli- e 7-2- 6 r CASTOR 3ife3c8i s czp&u. ; A' 0vr30Yrs L&salte ' FrWI Mrs.RffieJiay that fullj- - piaaljyiin s S-- ,at of im?2P3 ' " VS ' w &:& as&fe-eft- 1w -- " v".vc ,. - "- - ir '- - . - "; i '' jX '". ; ' vtv Efe J "O- , ? " '' 3G. " Wi .'-"-? i 4. "-- - ? --. .AAa.j-- .! . - .. - s.'vt''- - ..,' :- - innmnrTirrT will be given the highist and best bidder, AND NOT AN" Thos Williams " J' OF THJ5 PROPERTY SUBJEJT TO REDEMPTION R E Arnold J H Anderson WILL BE Jane Alcorn AH " ' 12 8 6 11 ii BraufurtU " THEREAFTER. Any parties desiring final p S G Brown James Brock portunity to redeem their prop Wm Barnes" erty can do so by seeing me at J SCope ray .office in Greenville, Ky., on J H Clark uuy day previous to the date of Chas Cox Elizabeth Drew this sale, viz., by mailiug me at' C D Deboid Greenville, Ky., by registered P H Frady mail, check or, money order for Nora Griffith amounts as hereinafter set out, J G Gadd Lillie Bussell " " " " ' ' 7 9 5S a 10 600 a 12 4a 4 125 a 7 14 20 "a 6a 16 a 55 a 3a 45 a 12 44 6 89 aA aaaaAttaAAaaafiAAAAaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa mmmmmmmMmm-.mtmmtmtmtmmsmssmMMsss- - " 12 " " 5 10 " 7 4 4 giviug correct postofflce .address for receipt to be returned, and the lien will be properly released of record. . Very respectfully yours, W. H. GRAY, Revenue Agent for State at John S Gadd i Martha L Howard " o 61 a " 10 30 a I J Hicks " 6 13 a J B Jordon YEAR' 1916 Franklin Allison 1916 8 50 a 3 11 a Arthur Alexander J WAn'glin Gemima Baker D J Brown 40 a ' 5a 24 a 112 a 37 a 28 a la a 13 64 11 70 7 85 9 76 11 65 23 15 6 88 15' 85 10. 63 "9 45 8 78 11 15 .1 ltll)llllitietiiiiiti'.(ai We Carry a Pull Line of A. 01 SBOCBBISS MEAT, Including ss - a 8 LARD, FLOUR " Ooliee. fcjugar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. 8 45 22 18 MEAL iand II 15 9 60 16 85 15 58 9 18 in fact everything that is in an up to date Grocery WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF Mens and Boys' . OVERALLS a - Large. YEAR "2 " " " " ' 9 76 10 85 lots 1913 10 3 3 5 7 3 1 7 James Adams W. M. Bellinger Green Bogard Mat Howies Alfred Baker W. D. Campbell John Coffey ' myS&M&'&iS&r 4 14 30 45 4o 35 12 $10.40 7.35 Steve Carpenter 8.73 W M Carter FECash 8.75 J C Cummins 13.87 M T Eversole m" " 40 a, 10 10 a 2 30 a 7 30 a 1a 9 4 10 f - " l"" .1 I' red tins, handsome pound d and tin humidor and that daisy, practical pound crystal' glass humidor wit ft half-poun- Xooav red barm. tlJ-- Celia Cromer C. C. Dees C D. DeBord ' 4 sponge moistener top that keens the tobacco in each perfect condition. lo 4 4 12 2o 3 Gadd lo.75 Caleb Gadd 9 85 Mat Gilpin 1O.05 J C J " " " lo75 H H Hanjlin lo o5 I J Hicks 15.85 J F Martin 6.75 Win Martin 8.19 1 Willie Morris k jjn M 8&i$a, lag f; s. you're on the trail of smoke peace For, P. A. will sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you hours I could get away with every twenty-fou- r You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the " boys think of the old front line in France! P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality I And, that P. A. is made by our exclulet it slip into your think-tan- k process that cuts out bite and parch assurance sive patented seven days out of that you can hit every week without any comeback but real smoke joy I ir I smoke-record-high-spots PUT a pipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of Prince Leonard Duncan W. b Foster Geo Fogel John S. Gadd Win.S. A Hamilton 4o 6 4 4 10 3 10 5 7 lot 3a 37 57 a a 20 a 15 a 30 a 8a 16 48 10 48 12 85 15 35 12 85 8 40 7 85 8 J5 12 85 12 85 11 70 12 93 14 27 SHIRTS AND HATS from a gpnuine 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 ' 10C COUNTER, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. m ODD PANTS, WORK . 5cto ' es 69 OS .Oft .9 8e99ft9eeji)t9OO0SB996O8ftd0MM996fllf -m- J. B. West Main Street CUMMINS On . , lo 4 FAHurt John Jones W H Morris' VH Mize HM Morgan - 4 7 7 lo 8 7 2o 2 lots 35 a lo.l Chas Moore 111 22,85 F M Maxey 64o 21,75 Major Mullins 9,18 Morgan Robinson 25 7,86 J Af Robins 2o 13,75 J R Robinson loo 9,15' H Saylors 15 " lot 4 50 a a 7 14 a 7 2a 7 80 a 9 60 a 12 6a 3 25 a i ' Jeff Madden Chas McGuire , Ed McDaniel Chas Renner W F Renner J A Renner W N Rice 4 5 7 lo 5o 7 8 8 8 lo ,loa John Vance Mat King R E Laswell 8,25 3o 1913 4 50 a $ 11 85 " 4 28 a 10 45 YEAR 8,45 Claud Stokes 8,45 Emily Taylor h'rs 7,65 John Van winkle 9,65 J R Vanwinkle 11,15 S B Witheis ' : 12 7 1 a a a lot 62 10 3 4 10 8 15 15 85 S 35 13 25 16 43 7 63 10 25 17 20 33 85 13 20 9 35 8 61 10 35 9 48 12 3(i -.- T,.---- . -- ngr lot WANTED We want to buy your wheat, will We are ready pay market price GIVE US" A CALL w eat Central Milling Co HIRAM LAWS.Gon'IMgr. 1 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m, N. C 1915 19 J 5 Matilda Lamb Lula Mullins " Major Mullins " " " " " ,! 35 a 10 35 a 12 65 a 7 6 100 7 2 10 30 . a, a 11 15 17 55 9 26 18 75 7 11 13 16 11 65 iL.Huber&Soii Jewelers & Opticians JSlr now to take care of your wants J2& WrV 'ir' i.t"" "-S- Watches Diamonds PUBLK SAL I E M Mink Bill McCullum JEOverbay JW Overbay Arthur Robinsen WGjSingleton ' W T Sharp -- " " " " - 30 42 a 50 a 3 30 a 5 25 a 8a 6 7 7 3 a a 78 64 27 15 11 95 11 15 11 15 Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing K.V. At 64 S S. Fourth Now in Thetr New Location BRODHEAD, KY. SUCCESSORS TO will on -- The Rockcastle Milling Co. 1 , y Tuesday, August 5,191 9 AT MY PLACE AT WABD POST OFFICE .4 Delicate Mechanism Despite its scope Swift & Cdmpany is a business of infinite details,- - requiring infinite attention. Experienced men must know livestock buying with a knowledge of weight, price, the amount and quality of meat the live animals will yield. Each manufacturing operation must be done with expert skill and scientific precision. A highly perishable product must be handled with speed and care to avoid loss. Chemists, engineers, accountants, STOMACH TROUBLE a long wbjle I suffered with stomach trouble. I would 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 Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite MILES FROM MT. VERNON ' Offer for..sale to the highest bidder the following.; I THEDFORD'S pair of Mules, 5 years old, 16 hands high; 2-yr-- 1 Deering Reaper; 1 Kerosene Engine, 6 horse power, the Ottawa make of engine; 1 pair of Grist Rocks, French Burr, 30 inches; Corn Crusher; J Trashing Box; t Galvanized Oil Tank, holds 60 gallons; ' ...I new pair of Plaftorm Scales, Heating Stove; Friction Clutch Pulley, 21 ft diameter, 8 in. face, and 21 jn bore TERMS OF SALE All sums under $20 cash in hand; all over $20 a creditor six months will be given on a bankable note. SALE BEGINS at J0:30 a.m. Sharp. 1 , t: - t saddle horse, 8 years old; I milch Cow, 8 years old, Heifer; . 1 Sow and 7 Pigs and J J Shoats; 1 thoroughbred Duroc male Hog, weight about 250 lbs Jack Colt, coming yearling; 200 bushels of winter Turf Oats Wagon; 450 bales of Oats and Wheat Straw; ' ' X 1 old 2-ho- Black-Draug-ht 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 stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. rse j - I 1 and other specialists are required to take care'of our intricate problems. Alert wisdom and judgment must in getting stocks of goods into the open channels of demand through our four hundred' branch houses. Branch house organizations must show activity and energy to sell at the market in the face of acute competition from other large packers, and hundreds of small ones. be-use- d -- ONE CENT A DOSE ant loyalty, devotion to the 'task, are met in the personnel of Swift & Company. Yet the profit is only a fraction of a cent per pound with costs at minimum. All these requirements of intelligence, Keep'Em onthe Farm? ANSWER: Makes the Farm Home . More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy Delco-Ligh- ts How Are You Going to JAMES WINSTE AD R. L. SMITH, Auctioneer cate' human mechanism be improved upon? Do you believe that Government direction would add to our efficiency or improve the service rendered the producer and.consumer ? Let How can the worldngs of this deli- With Electric Lights 'I' P! KENTUCKY early date, before' the weather gets bad and before I am crowded with work., My office will be opened from 8 a. m. until 5 p.' m C. T. SIGMON, Unredeemed Land To Be SdldJFor Taxes In accordance with' the laws k ut o Rockcastle County Tax Com. v Rockcastle County is a law Tnissioner. abiding county. Its citizens are patriotic fn all things. To uphold the law is a dutyThe new PROPERLY FITTED Revenue law provides that the Tax payer shall come to the GLASSES , County seat and give his list AT THE RIGHT Till E between July 1st and- - October. is of 1st each year. Greatest Importance, f I Don't be a slacker. Uphold the law. AnvVoneiailiug to comply withj,his,;'4aw, will be fined not" exceeding fifty dollars. 1 Km asking you to come in on an -- 1 1f your eyes are snowing any defects now is the time to see TW Ky.-- Pi DR. MOORE, Oftiou I Cox Bulldine, Mt.VerHOH, I the State now in full force, I will sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property or so much thereof as to pay the tax, cost and penalties now ,due the State of Kentucky and county of Rockcastle by the .parties hereinafter mentioned. v This salei will take place at the door cf the Kockcastle couu-t- v Court House in. Mt. Vernon, Ky., on the i5th and i6th "day of August, 1919, af 1 o'clockTp.' m , and will eontinueytkereaftef without further noticjli.' " -- Address Swift & Company, Chicago Union S,tock"Yards, It will interest you. qnd you 'a Swift "Dollar". ' " is instaled there is no longer as great incentive for the son or daughter to go to the city. Ita conveniences are brought to their home in the country. When Delco-Ligh- t 111. Swift &Gompahyi U.S. A. Wj! Vyw 1 The daughter can have electric, lights in her room, an electric curling iron and all other comforts that areso much desired by young .woman. It makes the chores easier for the son and provides power for operating labor saving tools. so modernizes the farm home that it brings cheer and satisfaction to every member of the family.; Delco-Ligh- t wc average. wm.laj 4V H ! mtf.S S fmammmsrX 1SWIFT " M4tt ": comriny 'mmM of bringing your home up.to date and of giving your wifeand family a' real home, with lights, bath, . running water, etc.r get in touch with . If you are desirous - 1 ttWnrst9jAr9MTHS Deed, with. Fi V.7 'SflP:Tit Webb's Drug Store Livingston, Ky., " . . :- -- s -- : s -