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A ., Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway Established J 887 34th YearNo llilif i H FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Friday Afternoon, July 29, 1921 erti i m FOR Centrally Located between ' Cincinnati, Knoxville and Louisville Price $1.50 PCR YCAR IN ADVANCE 40 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky txj i i --ixr: VOTE FOR I 4i We women wish topnblicly endorse Eirl Phillips in his candidacy fur couttty court clerk. Wo know liiiu to ho the best qualified man on the ticket in every respect as well as an ex service man.Whpn tho call went out lor young. men during tho world war Mr. Phillips diil not hesitate nor mnke an excuse, hui vith true patriotism in his heart lielett his homojind friends to Ins country's culL Ho was willing to givo his lifo mbA RLLangford FOB High Sheriff ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ItEl'UHMOAN IMtlMAKV AlfflUSl' 6, 1921 I m T. J. BALL FOR 1 Republican glory that it might o.ntinug,to wave and that you and I might bo a free people and knowing him to bo in every way worttif or our liolp ws are willing to show our appreciation of tho sacrificotbc has made for us bv helping him to. win ami in our efforts to elect a so)0rnti(l qualified officer for this pluce wea peal to tliH women, of the county asa whole to unite with us in these efforts for we pro confident Karl Phillips is going to'bo '' a winner Some women voters who aro . CiKouit Court Cleric Republican Primary. August 6, 1921 HAVE been a Republican all my life, voting tho ticket and giving both my time and money for tho advancement of tho Kepuoiican party I am a native of Rockcastle County. My parents died when I was quite young, aud I jnst "growed up" at Brush Creek. I never .went to school until alter I was fourteen years of ago. Then realizing tho need of an education I too It the Lin coln way, going to the free schoolsand studying my books often until after midnight. Later I partly tinished my education at Berca College, working my way through. My efforts to get an education wore the efforts of the Homeless Boy who did not have a dollar, using the old slogan, 'iwherc there is a will thero is a way." I met with some success. I I have been one of Rockcastle's school teachers for twenty years. solicit your support on my qualifications, I passed tho examinations required by law for Circuit Court Clerk. I have had a college course in If you had a business of your own that required a book keeper you would advertise to get one and from tho applicants for the job you would select the man best qualified to Io0k after your interest. There is no reason why you thould not do the same in voting for a man to be your Circuit Court Clerk. Won't you recognize my qualifications aud cast your vote for me? Neither of my opponents had to strive tor an education like I did . While (Little) Bill was getting an education his Papa was Superintendent of Schools of Rockcastle County, for two terms, and there has been a Davis Won.t you let in office almost all the timo since then. There is one now. Billie wait a little longer. While Jesse DeBerd was being raised and getting what he calls an education his father was drawing public money from your county seat for . being a policeman, and he is still Alt. Vernons .Policeman, My caseistin I have given you the facts, draw your own conclusion. j. , ,. , . , your hands. Will thank you for your support in this campaign. Yours for a better ! m t ft 1 I H for Adv. u bettor Rockcastle. , 'lft A i w ENDORSE L. LANCFORD i J II LAMBERT for Sheriff DK L' J0S1AH CUMMINS U TI BS Each nmfmw gooil citien wnntt- - tosto, in the woidx of tlu immortal Abraham Lincoln, "A Givernmcnt oi tin People hy tliv People and for tin People, a uou'iimnt ot tin- Hoses, for ili' Bosses and The iiiMiiied Lincoln did letter written, by hy tlioBluei OurCuiiie.Mmiii tin Hon. .1. M. liohsioii in wrok sii) wo need good stiong honorable nun Now. More than any him last loving and other time, in tin InMorj of Kentucky, the law abiding 'I licso with the women and ehildre.n niii- -t be protected church going eoilo mentals aie what stand I'oi Our good C'ongrevsmun has sounded tho kuy pi loving, church going men ami women aie note and the good law abiding. . and honorable men are iiHiiinnted and htiong, going toM'o that goi-delected we can wj will. FrieiuN I am reliably informed that on tho eve of the primary the Imex have decreed that all kinds of falsehoods slanderous lepoits and anything on earth to deceive, thu People will be circulated against me. Stand firm and it such a thing start put your foot on it. Nail it. 1 have ai all times endeavored ma to make my race on a high plane, the good people are standing by mo wonderful wav in this my first lace ami I beg to thank tho people for most thoif kind woids aiid treatment. I sure will never forget them Wo aro going 1 to nominate good sober, strong, and honorable men for our Oflicial and that much purpose when elected to lead in restoring to the good old County needed thing Liw ind Order. Yours for protection of our women and children Your fiiend. 1 . KARL PHILLIPS We, the ex soldiurs of Rock-castl- e County, aro making a special elTort to elect Earl Phil" lips for Count Court Clerk." v He ii one of our number and one who is altogether worttytof . tint nlucu. His mural chnrncur is of tho, ver best; lii.s qualification also. We feel it our duly to not only support Pniihps lui to do every thing wo can for a "buddy" whom we know merits our sup) port and help We were called upon in the recent great conflict to stiok to gether; now let 0s stick to one tmuiiier in civil iiiu.nm uu sumc- thiugjor our comrudo. Wo reel contidunt that Ehillyis willLj oar lie.xt County Courf'Ulork. This article was prepared by Phillips' comrades and friends. Adv ' book-keep-lu- g: . 'sWifctMNWr? I Rockcastle. Respectfully, Ti J. BALL & e $ x ;i Listen! REPUBLICANS My opponents have tried to tell you in speeches and through the paper why they should be nominated to the office of Circuit Clerk and why Bill should not. Now I will try to tell you why Bill should be nominated and why Professors Ball and Debord should not, R L Langford XXZZZZZZXZ $ Vote for Mamma MRS. LELIA MAY COOPER FOR - COUNTY August 6th, J92J Clerk COURT Mrs. John RENNER To the voters of Rockcistlo County, both ladies uud gontlomon especially to the ladles: aud Ttiib is my last appeal to you before the election. So now ladies jou soon will bo tried as to what you stand fori tho man and things like they aro or tho woman and bottor things. Your loyalty to your county, your loyalty to mo aud my needs will be tested at the primary August 6, 1911. Republican Primary First They rank with the very best of Rockcastle's educators, with first class certificates, and our dear old County with so few educators like my honorable opponents and in dire need of them. It would be doing the younger generation of Rockcastle a great injustice to deprive them of such talent and virtually waste it. Boys you talk of the hard times you had gaining your education, I will ask you how can you have the heart to turn a deaf ear to the boys in your dear old county who are pleading for help in their struggles to gain an education like the one you both have. Boys, you can't afford to do it. Voters how can you allow it ? You will not allow it, I am sure. Second The saying is "put a good man into politics and you ruin him." So friends don't ruin the morula of these two young educatorti by putting them in office. They both will teach this year, Defeated for this Third Friends, I have been voting 28 years. same office six years ago. Never held oflice. All the money I ever Voted 22 drew from the county wus for hard labor on the Grade. years before asking the Republicans for help, six years ago. Would My opponents have had a not ask you now if I was able to work. hard time getting an education, but are on '.'easy street" now. I was on "easy street" once but bad health put me on "hard luck" alley. So please help the man who is in tough luck now. Eight weeks age I nad a big road truck to turn over on me and hurt my back so that I am not able to ride but little, and will not get to see you ull. But knowing the Republicans of old Rockcastle us I do, I bid you goodbye until we meet again in the Circuit Clerk's oflice after January 1, if not somewhere else sooner. Your Friend, There are four .men asking and ploadlng to you, With all their stories and mudslining too, That they aro punoy and needy too, Lot them keep doing the work that men can do. One says I'm a soldier aud stout, Another says I'm an officer, 1 nimt not go out The third says I'm so religious all about, Tho fourth says I'm old and puny and sour as kraut, So we must split the vote so Tom won't pout. Our papa is doad and it's left up to you, To help us see this primary through, Vote for mamma, ploase wont you ? We'll ulways lovo you if yon do. Papa wus a Republican and a Soldlor too, Mamma is a Republican of iho truest bluo. Sho will keep tho book i correct for you, So please help us ','0t our mamma through. Thanking you all. Oh do help us out. Your littlo friends, Annlo May and Leonard Cooper. BILL DAVIS Little IPw'Vv'ykT' 11 O LIVESAY FOR TOM TAYLOR has been sick tor sev IBT "Vaj . Haft - iH JAILER J eral days and cant get out to see the people and he wishes to say to the Republican voters that he have made v rTr IT he Besf Jailer er Had You ev- hopes they will look after his interests at the Primary, Aug. 6th, and vote for him for Jailer. T. J. MEADOWS, wr!wf r3nw wft- - lil.l.JlfiliBII1Wl'1lfrftrtllliK - TJ" 'JCfc'Ww wnrwiirtrjtfwO" t,i JnjmfMrrrrrfBrrtflifatfl i"1 54 u MT. VERNON SIGNAL t Be Careful- In our series of tilks with in- - tni'iids through the columns of this papoi wo Haw boon using fto'ii week to week we do not want to prove sottish, and we drop this thought tor you at this CAREl-'UHP. time. IN YOUR ABOUT VIJ.STM KN'TS, there are so many wild oit schemes to ohtuu money on "got MOUiNT VKK.VON, KY.. FRIDAY, JULY 29 1921 irtml-Cituail jhIIci. Mem! it the .Ml Vernon, Kjr. FotoBc l'ublishod owry 1'ritlny by A. K. MlLUiR AXXOIXCKMKNT niitlioricil to Wo jubjcct to the action of the KcpubVWan Party nt next Angina Piltimrj. art- nnnou-u- For J.illor CLMtN I'RICU V M MoNBW, WILLIAM ARNOLD Jr. Mro LIVF.SAY I.SOM 11. SAYLOR, JOHNNY CL0NT7. MONROH SI. MILI.KR WAUK II TODAY'S LIVE STOCK MARKET. Cincinnati Union block Yards, July aVi Sleets, good to choice, 77. at V, fair to good $0 50 to 7 7". Pulu's, Market stonily Ooodto (.llohe ?) s'to 10, fair to good $7 to !1.jO. common ntnl largo $1 to VOTE FOR for 11. Cltcull Jiiitge. M J. BCTHt'Kl It. C. KKNNKDV. Tor Cirrmt Couit Clerk. LH.TI.li TOM TAYLOR JOII.VC HOWARD ror.MiiKMrtilv 1st M'trlut. V. . Cigarette To (iocs, active anil strong to 2i higher llcivj 511 50 to 75, choice packers and butch-or.S1j itRdiunr jIs, stags $5 to 7 com uion to choice hcuvy fit sows $7 to i), light shippers St2 '2$ to jOcts 1 1 s Jesse M. Debord FOR plg.s 1 it) lbs and loss 9 to Is. T. W. T. J. hall DAVIS, &IC.MOM (HIM.) For Magistrate anil l)itiii-t- . HARRI&ON C KIR11Y 1. W. IIULLOCK John v marlor quick" schemes Rub that we urge oti to before well consider buying anything offered yo. Conic and talk this over with us, or your other banker ft lends, we uinv not know anything about it, but the have chances are wo seen a similar scheme ml fin help to tell you if the proipects are for good. We hate book fur ldtiiuall good concents and hall give you the to investigate, bonefit Millions of dollns have been lost latelv In these things. It will pay you to investigate. Wo stand ready to help you if we 11 11 -- tobacco flavor. son I in (ho delicious Burloy JHSSK M. DHIIORIJ For County Court Clerk. It5s Toasted K.J. McKINNHV, KARI.K l'UIM.II'iJ, V A Magistrate Ith District DCLLARD W. Shei'p, Slow. (Sfiiid In choice $ .5, fair to good $2 to .), common !?i to 2, bucks ?' to II. Spring IiiiiIh- - .ito.uly. (iood to choice 1050 to 11. Hood 7 5O lo 10,50 , seconds $C to 7, common sUps 5.3 to I to CIRCUIT Clerk COURT Republican Primary. August 6. 1921 COTTON. Sill 0. MUU.INS, r. CKOMKIt For MinjNlrnt." FKKI'.MA.s MRS. I.KI.IA MAY COOI'KR T J. NICKl.EV Couutv Judge LKK WARD KI:TR0N FF KOHIIINS, OTTAWA Viola, the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs Manual Johnson died from brain fiver at the homo of .1, I, Johnson Aftor talk by H. IC. .lone-- , tin- at Union were hid 10 Mr and Mrs Horace Thompson of I.pwl Oreon spout Sal ith her father A urdav night Mrs Boss Diughertv S Mink. of IiOtits Mo has returned homo after a plasan' week with he parans Mr. ami Mrs. It. Siouo of Lancaster wore visiting at this Miss Clarice placo Sunday Ilamm of Spiro spent from Friday until Sundavwith hor grand parents Several from hoio nt tended tho Band Day al Brod- neatl Monday. Mr and Mrs Manual Johnson returned to Lex l'igton aftor si ending sitvril weeks with his brother. Bio Asher will fill Ms appointment at Union Rid-:Saturday nitrht snd Sunday S. K Puce spent Sun dav with V. B Brown and familv is siok at Miss Bessie Car-o- n this writing. - Will Griffin of Broughton town spent Saturday night w'th his father Mrs Clnrlio Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Jake Johnson and Mrs Cynth ia Piiiiiey of Lexington were here veduoday to attend the funerMr and al of Viola Johnson. Mrs John Laswell wore visiting in Stanford last week Tonv A Edgar Laswell, Win. McKin- ney and ifm. Cash a ttended Sunday School at Union Sunday Arcli and "SoniP attraction." Tns;o French of Brolho-ivisit ed the family of 11 K Jones la-- t week, Miss Bcttye Lou Putcoll is improving after an attack of typhoid fever. J J Albright spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Mode Ilamm of spiro. 11 Fur Couft.iMe 4lli Di.trict, JOHN r. KEI.I.Y, For Tax C'iimnl-totic- o IIU'IIARD IlttANAMAN s. P. BOWMAN CAM MULLINS 1'or SheiitT JOHN F. P1GO, ReprvMiiLitlie Slst District. W.M COTTON CONSTABLU 4th DISTRICT J. H. HAKL'R Constable 5th District it Secretary W H Kish and nil other ollicers and stockholders of tho Ml Vernon K.iir aro n busy hunch at this time getting things in older for the biggest fair ever hold in this section The people of this county are taking nil .101 iw interest in Ibis Fair tills vear owiig to the fuel that all premiums are ptya'lo only to Kivk''.istle countv people Mr and Mrs W H. Fish William Fish Jr ami V.. Y Mill-liu- s were in Richmond ind Irvine yesterday. Mr. Fish siy the folk's f din ihut section are coinim: strong to the Mt. Ver non Fair- - Irs. JOHN KKNNER B.I.. I.A.SUFOItD I) (!. CLARK For A. CHANDLF.R of London 81st Legislative District CHAS can. REV W.M. DURHAM For Sun u or 1. THE Spectacular Close of Campaign Hon; J. Austin Brown, of Wayne County, and Judge B. J, Bethurum, of Somerset, Tour the County and Speak in the Interest of Judge Bethurum for on. CmZENSBANK Brodtau Kentucky. See t'ie miniature mchaivc al city the greatest wonder of the age in operation at the Brodhead Kair, Lovers of good cattle should tint forgot th.it a fire Pure Bled Registered hllORP HOR X HULL will be giei'K"iiy lo sinie one attending tho Mt. Vernon Fair August 2th. 1 e Two cattle belonging to Mr. Steele, whe bought the Nels Grif fin farm near Spiro were killed bv lijjhtenin!' last M.inday, and four others were struck ami had. Rockcastle County has never experienced, in all of its history, such a wonder campaign as has been made during the post few days by ly injured. Hon. J. Austin Brown, of Wayne County, the former home of If. C KenTE1ESAMK KVKRYWHKRE nedy, and Judge Bethurum. candidate foi circuit judge to succeed him self. These men have been touring the county and delivering speeches The editor of Pai sa Akhcar, a in the interest of Judge Bethurum for and the interest and native newspaper of Lahore, Inenthusiasm has been the greatest that was ever known in a campaign dia, says. "I have used Chambefore in this oounty and the crowds have been large and enthusiastic. The people are rallying to the standard of their old home buy ber's Colic aud Diarrhoea Hem. among my and are making it plain to him that he will be taken care of by tho edy many times voters in old Rockcastle in a way that will bo highly pleasing to childrun and servants, for folic him when the vote is finally certified. These people are loyal to a and diarrhyoa and always fou nd home product. They are proud of fudge Bethurum and his splendid record, and are furious at the feeble effort that tho Kennedy people it effective." are making to try to discredit him in the eves of nis constituency, when he has been honored by all the circuit judges of the State by being elected as the President of the Circuit Judges Association of Kentucky. No such honor is claimed, or can be claimed, by any other judge in the State, and Rockcastle is proud of the prestige and houor that has come to a worthy son that was born and reared among us, and our people will not be turned from him because a man like Kennedy makes an indecent attack on him. The indications are that this county will give Judge Bethurum the largest majority that was ever given to a candidate for office before. Tho speeches of J, Austin Brown are pleasing the people immensely. They are models of superb wit and eloquence, and are carrying conviction to tho heart of the people. He is peculiarly equipped to discuss the issues of the campaign, and is making It plain tliat Kennedy is not tilted, either by nature or training, to be circuit judge. Ho has known this man all his life. He could think of nothing more hurtful to the district, or its neonle. than to fall into the bauds, of H. O. Kennedy. Ho cousiders Judge Bethurum as a mi del circuit judge, and wants the dlstttct to keop him, because in N his hands the district and its interests are safe. He said ho heard Judge Hobson, former chief justice of the Court of Anneals, sav that Judge Bethurum was, and is, the best circuit jndgo in the mountains or Kentucky, ana one 01 the best in tno State. This coupled with tno fact that the circuit judges of tho State, last December, elected Judge Bethurum President of the Circuit Judges Association, is all tho proof that anyone should require of the worth and ability of Judge Bethurum. Mr. Brown said many other good things, but luck of space will prevent further mention of his speeches. Judge Bethurum is exposing tho fallacy of tho Kennedy position, and is making convincing arguments that Kennedy is an unworthy man, and a traitor to the republican party, and accepted clothing from tho democratic chairman of Pulaski County aftor his betrayal of the party in the county election in Pulaski lour years ago. This ho taid, was a strong reason why no honors should be conferred upon Kennedy by the republican party of this district. The soy bean xi a out at tho right stage of growth and prop. erly cured makes an excellent hty of high ferdi g value tint is greitly nhshed by all lariu animals A compired with lm fioin other leguminous crops soy bcin hiv is equal or superior lo any The Use of this hav as a source of protein, which can be pioduced on the farm to balance feeds for gio.viug stock or for milk, should reduce the quantity of high priced concentrated feeds which it h necessary to purchase ! vfaEaaaaaaVI MMU--i- t iiaaaaaaaaar YHHHHHHHHHH?flHHpjC"tf!jBHiHHc BSSSr .IKSSK M. 0E1SOUD Could Beat Hands Shucking His Corn At Least J. A. White Would Bet So, After Being Relieved of Dyspepsia By We, the undersigned Circuit Judge and Circuit Court Clerk do hereby certify that on the 26th dav of .lulv I921 Jesse M. Debord appeared for e.Mimiuaiiou an to his proficiency to fill tho office of Circuit Court Cluilc or Rockcistle Coiintx. We certify that on this day we examined the said Debord and found him to be qualified aud efficient in all rosp cts to hhld said office. Giveo under our hinds and (Seal) this the id, day of July 1921. H. J Bethurum ,, Judge 'Js I iidlclnl district of If untucay T. J. Niceley Clerk Rockcastle Circuit Court VOTE FOR Teniae LITTLE FOR Tom Taylor Notice To Club Members The date of entries in tho Mt Veruon Fair are uot given in the Catalogue except under Rules and Regulatiana -- Rulo 2, Sec.z Head it. Since the general poul try exhibits come 011 tho first day the club oxhlbits should come the same day. So prepare your birds and get them ready lor exhibit first uay ana tut tnem remain over tho rest of the fair Your poultry and other entries will be looked alter during the fair. The Pair Board will look aftor your stuff aftor It has been enteicd. Get all ready and conio first day. concerning For information getting exhibits ready write to Couuty Agent, Berea Ky. Poultry Culling The poultry culling domousu a Uoiis conducted by tho County Agent bpence and Mr. Chapin, poultry Specialists, have been Tho ontiro very successful. school at Cove with many men aud women attended tho meeting directions given by County Agent and Specialist. After making the examinations and hearing Mr Cliupiu explain the different points it was plain to be seen that it paid in dollars and cents to cull out the non producers! By culling out the hens tli;it urn tint tnvlmr and wont lay much feed will bo guveu mis winter. Each person present was given a bulletin on culling, feeding and care for 'ggs on tho farm. From these bulletins many good suggestions will be takon and many flocks culled. August" and September are the best months to cull the flock. Tako out the early mother Anyone wishing a bulletin or suggestions, on culling can so- cure samo from County Again. Don.t forget tho Roolccastlo County Christian Biblu School Convention at Roso Hill nvt Sunday July Ulst. Johuson's, Tuesday. The boys and girls us well as purents examined each hen according to V. C at Jailer AUGUST 6, 1921 REPUBL AN IMtlMAKY I have tried to see you all, but may have failed to get all the way around. You know I have a large family and have to work to keep them all going. Right at this time I am sick and unable to work or travel and I am taking this means of asking the good women and men of this county who want law abiding, law officers, to remember en-forci- ng CASTORIA Children dry FLETCHER'S FOR Little To m on August, 6th "My wile and myolf have had .stomach trouble," says Mr J. A While, residing on the Mv opponents Mr. Ball aud Mr, Davis have clrculatod tholr I.eeslown I'iKe, R. F. D. No 6. little hand bills to the of tuis county and made a near Lexington Ky , "and have feeble attempt to tell you why ihoy hsould 0 nominated. Mr. Ball both been nervous and run sas because he is so well qualified ho should bu nominated. U't me down." say in conclusion that he tul have sumo biiMiiess ability ''We could not see anything cleaned up several tlniisind dollars in thu oil investment, when ho but what without sulTering afterwards ami kind or jridgomentund ability was used getting rid or could net sleep at night. We Will Mr Ball use the same judgement in and ability in this money transacting .. it- A. were regular nervous d . speptics. tint iwimtfii l.i. I. ..1. us I. - urn I.! . own viiv urn uusiuvss uusiucss after ho had mado We tried many remedies with nis si.uu- necanso 1110 republican men women of Rock out oeiinauent lienolit until we castle who .u! Delicvo 111 1111 honest clean diniuibtratinii will not 1 am I got this medi le.i'd of Taulac. sure, give him that o nortimitv. ritio and began using it. We Mr. Davis says that becauso he was nuti id immediate results. We a small majority ol 372 six years ago and defeated by what ho calls are bosh greatly improved by made a splendid iccorn in thu offices in thisbecauso his family has Tanlio Wo give all credit for big read truck turned over on him he should county and because a be nomiuuted. the-- change of health to Tanlac, Friends I havo been over tho county not votor have 1 a found It is a remarkable medicine. who voted against Mr. Davis 6 wars m.r. i f,.r 1.1,., .,... ri,. nn,.ie I personally feel so good that lamily has imido a good record in ciiThco of this county and that I told my hands a few days is aiiady coinpluted without the assistance of Bill. Mr. Davis ago that I could beat any of .uiu,uu mi ine )e( p10MHisi.1e.ss l'lfe you did the road business I mean' it wild, ihu trn. th'in 'I'li'l' ng oi rn, Why don't Ltimial tell the citious of and behuve I could have teat Rockcastle whv that truck ttiriud over.' them all, In the timoof war when we were living under a democratic Of all the .msdicincs that adn inistration the caM ea.ne lor volunteers to go out in tho field and ufllict humanity chronic dySpep-s- h worn in tlie Liberty Lint., driiu I volunteced my services und was such as Mr. and Mrs ,lt I" ?K'. d1?oak,ll wereVArl0" wIich, houses, Maplo Grove. White suffered from, is probably Hoj.ewell among the school houses I visited. (he most prevalent aed hours ' V.I was ",",",Si .Ie"tl0" w,u" ""publican workers wore by tlie Republican campaign might be consumed 111 describ needed so committee ing tho sulfo'ings. menial and to go out and fight for tho Repubhcu nominee's Harding and bodily, of tho victims of chronic Coohdge I did so speaking at various school houses in the county tho straight Republican tickets. dyspopsia. T was born in a small single room log cabin, was Uroueht un A morbid, unreal, whimical and melancholy condition of the with the common people In a common wny I worked on tl.o raiN mind, nsido from the nervous road, on tlie grade, plowed and hoed corn, did anything that was physical suffering is the usual honest m order to buy books and clo.hs so that I might to school Other men wo read of in history, who were horn state of tho aqerago dyspeptic nnd had a hard time getting ,, education, and who life seems scarcely worth the worked a'XsUivod to overcome their handicaps were given a chanco living. Ud f"r ,n wlmf our forefatlio Tanlac , the celebrated medi readUof?nt did for tho men wo cine, was designed especially for VU f''iV0 "loa cllauce? You Wl11 f""l y uatno second ou overcoming tills distressing con the dltion aud millions ot people Thanking you in advanco for vour sunnon n,i in mv liavo taken 11 Willi tno most as- raco for Republican nomination for Circuit Conit Clorlc. Saturday. tonishing and gratifying results It seems to go straight to tho August 0, .921. 1 am your friejd flnd S8rvanti spot, toning ui) and invigorating every organ of the body. JI5SSK M. Dl?BORD Tanhc is sold in Mt. Vernon by Clms. CyDavia, in Brodhead by tho"brocp!itad 'Pharmacy; and ill Llvlngs6n ,.liy R. G Webb; In Buy Burr by W,i M. Owens. III I AT THE SECOND 'Jul -- i Young men who do a kt of courting will do well to bo on BU,bon ftock Yard. LouUvlUe, Ky. hand nt the Mt. Vernon Fuir Thursday August nth. A now 200 Pure Bred Buck, nd Ewe. 2000 Rubber Tiro BANNKR BUCG Y Hik Grad, Ew.cc To bo aold at will be given to someone 011 the AUCTION to grounds that day. 1 Republican Men and Women; ... ,! .o? ;u Z 1 "' Sot' ,. MAKE MORE MONEY a Pure Bred Buck ' FARMERS' BETTER SIRE SALE - August lith JrARMERS ,., . - . j?SV& ' ' - ' MaagtaikyiL DAVE CLARK FOB 22 13 lOUItVUlC mm 4 NtlHVIltt 9 R. R CO. TIME TABLE. north , ii nortti south II Sheriff douth 5.23 3:15 12:20 12:22 pm a in pm am ! Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. PERSONALS Grant Banks is at home for the fair. Mr. David Craig spent Tues- day in Lexington. Mrs. J. B. Livcsay visited in East Bernstadt last week. Miss Martha Rlkor will arrive Monday to visit Martha Sparks. Miss Ireno Brlghtwoll of Louisville is visiting Miss Julia T. Fish Miss Kona Sonder, daugnter of K. K. Sowder has typhoid fever. Misses Fan and Martha Sparks have returned from a motor trip to Louisville. Dr. nnd Mrs. .John Williams of Paris, aro visiting relatives here for a few days. Mrs. J. A, Landrum and Mrs relatives in J V. Cotton visited Laurel county last woek. Miss Hilda Dnrnettc- - of Louisville is-- visiting her brother Rev. H. N. Burnettu. L. R. Hughes und W.L. McCarty btutuuru real estate men were in town Wednesday. The children of Clevie and I'ora Johns-owho have typhoid "uWLiPi (Jill'' li aoTHOMrr'"' An Just the Kind of Clothes an EXPERT Would SELECT ANY a rann walks in our store and after trying on a suit that fits him says "I'll take that suit.'' It puts a big responsibility upon us, became we know that he is depending absolutely on our judgement to give htu the right quality of a suit and at a fair price. It keeps us on. our mettle at all times to select just the right kind of a garment to yield maximum value. Being pretty well acquainted with the men in our town, we aro able to help select just the type of clothes that' will make them want to come buck again and again. "JVT . DAVIO CLAKK J. W. Mink W.W.Anglin Deputies J 92 J. Republican Primary, August 6, - Tlio Sheriff, by virtue of his officii is tlie chief peace ofliccr of any county, A pence officer is ihe Shorlti of a county or his deputy. The duties of a sheriff or his deputies aro the sainu. Now. what aro tho duties of a sheriff or his deputy? He must etiforco the laws enacted lor the protection of ihu lives of persons, property, health and morals of iho people. He is .1 conservator of the peace within his county It is his duty to prevent breaches, of tliu peace when it can In. avoided. His duties have been greatly enlarged by tliu "VoMead Prohibition Act", which act was intended to carry out the iSth amendment to the Constitution of tliu United States, which amendment relaU-to tliu manufacture nnd sale of intoxicating liquors. This Act requires the with the Federal Prohibitum Enforcement Officers and to appreSheriff hend and punish those- who may violate this law. The Legislature of Kentucky' added new duties to the office f Sheriff by enacting new and more stringent Local Option Laws To further encourage the Sheriff to disclurue his duties, under the-- e new laws, the Fiscal Court of a county is required to pay him, for the arrest and conviction of a person violating the law by illegal distilling, a reward of S5O.n0 for each person convicted. These additional duties havu been imposed during the term of the present Sheriff, Mr. Tip Langfurd. Thoro were 110 "moonshine stills" in thi county wlnn ho went into office, and with proper vigilanco and energy on his patt. with the new laws rt his command, if ho had donu his duty there would bo none now. The power, under tho law, ws given to the Sheriff to prevent and suppress violations of the "New Prohibition Laws" and to no one else Has the present Sheriff, Mr. Tip Langford, done his duty under these laws, and if he has not, can the people of Rockcastle County expect anything bettor by electing his son to the same office? There would bo no change whatever so far as the Sheriff's office is concerned. One of them is sheriff now and the other his deputy. The men would be the same. Tho present sheriff would continue to bo, as he is now, ths controlling inllueuce of the shutiff's offire. His will would naturally control. Until his .son, Has Tip Langford. now Sheriff, done his duty as Sheriff? himself a candidate, Tip Longford was not out of Mt. Vernon, our Bob.announced County Seat, as many as a half doreu times, during the term of his office. Liquor and Liquor ineu had been run out of the largo cities and "Moonshine stills" were being put into operation in tho country and some in this County. Tho Sheriff was appealed to, by tho good people, not to allow this evil to take root in this County; and to these ho turned a deaf ear, and lie appeals, although coming from the most alono is responsible for the condition of tuis County. It is the Sheriff's place to give When I mn elected people protection and this lie has not done. the church-goin- g I will show the people what it means to have a sheriff in sympathy with Sheriff At the time appeals were being made by the people not 0110 bit of help Ho took tho position nnd argued that or encouragement enme from tho Sheriff. had always beeu made and sold, and that the laws against the making and selling llquot Men and Women, think had always boon violated and the law could not bu enforced. of a sworn officer trying to uphold offenders of this kind. It was his duty, as a man when these laws were made and not to his liking, to have resignrd his office nnd allowed tho peoplo to havo soltcted another Sheriff; but, on tho contrary, he held on and showed by his acts that he was friendly '0 such law violations and as a result, if reports bo true, we have "Moonshinlng" in th s county, and tho blame for it is on tho Sheriff. It is a well known fact that ho has never led a posse to destroy a "Moon, shine Still". He has always beeu conspicuous by his absence when n raid was made His Chief Deputy, his on, Hob Langford, who is now milkfur in tho back-grouing the race for Shoriff has been just as absent and just as conspicuous in his absencoa busi-nes- s '1 hose two men could havo saved our County f run the disgrnco of the 'moonshine" but they failod to do so. Thoy have been weighed in thobalanr-- mid found wanting. Tho reason they would not take tho siatul they shoull against this kind of crime is perfectly cloar; ihey wore both looking forward to this race and hoped to fool the people by playing both ends against tho middle. I dont think tho peopla of tho County can bo so easily fooled, for 1 have conlideiice in their intelligence. I am calling upon tho Republican voters of this County, both men and women, to give me and my deputies a chance and wo will show you how the Sheriffs Wo will make arrests Office can bo used for your protection and to vour interest. offenders into the Court Houso to be dealt with at tho hands of the law. and bring I am going to assume the responsibility of the office of Sheriff and will and impartially discharge tho duties of that office. faithfully Your votes and influence aro most earnostly and respectfully solicited, Your Friend, s toco-operate nd. e fever are improving. Miss Anna K. Baugh of Bcrea Kentucky spent the week end with Mrs. J. C. Moore. Mr A. G. Bartlett of Louisville spent the week end with tho fumily of W. J. Smrus Mrs J. V. C ii"ii an I daugh ter Jano Hliaiiitli are visiting Mrs. John bicldi 111 htuiitord Mrs. Hazel Ueglo. of London with hur parspent theweek-euBentloy Sparks drove over to ents, Mr. and Mrs. G, T. .loluusou. Lexington last Saturday to spend Mr and Mrs. W, H. Kish and son Wiiliam, motored ti Louden the week end with Mrs. Sparks and Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Young. Saturday and remained ovoi Mrs.Sparks was tho guest of M r was and Mrs. Young last week Miss Lillian Mnllins brought homo last Monday week Mr. V. J. Sparks was In' Baltiill but is now able to be out more Md. last week and on again. brings tho good nows Messrs J. Mat &fer, Bogue his return Bnown and CocTI of uw-cast- that tho Kentucky Portland were in Mt, Vernon Wed- Cement plant at Pino Hill will nesday. resnnio operations withij a short Aleneaud Harold Maeeo, child time. ren of llarrv Mageo of Corbin are Come and bring tho folks to visiting tho children of II. A. tho MT. VERNON PAIR, AugSparks. Everett Turloy Mullins who is ust lo-- u i2. taking vocational training in Prof. S E Thompson, the darChicago is at home for a mouths ing und death defying aeronaut, vacation. of Indianapolis, will ride tho Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hansel rejoicing over the arrival of a clouds in his big new balloon, at ;iro fin boy at their homo Wednes the Brodhead Fair. day July 27th. Mrs. J. J. Lawreuce and dau Rev. John Macmillan is at ghter, Mary Elizabeth, returned tending Presbyterian Conference Wednesday from a two week at Ovoca, Tennessee near Tulla- - visit with Dr. and Mrs. G, B. hoina this week Lawseece", of Brookland Farm, Ruth, Lillian Misses and Level Greon. They wero accom Mary Mullins motored over to Rock ford and Borea Sunday. A panied by Mrs G B. Lawreuce fine trip reported. and J. J Maret, the little grand S B, McKouzie and wife of son of "The Boone Way Man," Stanford wore here between For Sale. Six year old saddle trains Wednesday attending tho burial of R. rv. Welsh Mrs. D. G. Price mare. Mt. Vornon Ky Mr. William Robinson of Chat Io3t tanooga. Tenu. will spend tho Ford car, 1920 For Sale: first week in August with Mrs. model, self starter. Incpuiro Mrs. Weber and Mrs. S. D. Lewis. The little daughter of Arthur D. G. Prico Mt. Vernon, Ky. lo-t- . Lamb, seventeen months old died Sunday night and was buried at DO IT NoW Calloway, Monday July 25th. Subscribe For Your County Mrs. Ueiitley Sparks returned Paper, Mt Vernon Signal' tfi.50 Wednesday from Winchester by Miss Viola Brock per year. who will bo her guest for a time . Some good looking woman Mrs. Minnie Anderson visited may bo young or oh) gets a now her daughter, Mrs. Claronco SINGER Sewing Machine FREE Moore, of Liberty, Kentucky and Wednesday August 10th First brother Dr. W. J. Childress, of day of Mt. Vornou Fair. No gate Hustonville, last week. fees for ladies that day. Tho little daughter of thelato Robert Ping who had her leg Tho examining trial of Robert broken early in the spring und Harris for tho killing of Joo robroken from a fall on her Detinv. which was set for last first uttompt to walk is in quite Saturday was continued to Aug a serious condition because of ust8th. blood poison. Mt. Vernon's Foremost Clothiers i Sutton & McBee In The Clothcraft Store This Town d Republicans DON'T FORGET TO VOTE FOR Brn er Monroe Miller for Jailer Help The HANSFORD Ex-Soldier as AGENTS WANTED HE WILL HELP YOU. We uant a lady or gentleman agent far Supervisor of Schools, D. G. the geuulue J. K. WatUui Product! in Mt. Bullock, is in tho Q ail uml Ottawa Vernou and oilier Tacant Iohdi. A Bltf Opsections this week looking after portunity for any hu.tltr. Write today fo Miss Lucy Cress free uiuple and free particular of our wonthe schools. ofler. was the guest of Miss Gracio derfulTenu. J. It. WalKlui Co., 65 lieu, pills, Bom to the Bnllock Sunday. wifo of Swaneo Bullock a fine girl. Estil McKinney was the guest of Guy Dyer Sat night -Mrs D. G. Bullock and family visited her par;nts Sunday. Seveal form here attended Church Estil at Skeggs Creek Sunday Joplin and Leonard Bullock wera uuuock the guests ot J. 1j Sunday. Rissio McKinney who is teaching near Hopewell was at Mrs homo for tho week-enRoberta Bullock who is teaching LOOK HE EC near Laurel Couuty spent the Big week-e- nd at home. Tho Primary This Fine, Registered, election is near and we're hoping Type, Poland China Boar, will make 1921 season at my place, the voters havo decided to vote $1 Also, five, 5O at tho gate. for the mon who stand for a clean fine, Registered Bar pigs for and bettor Rockcastle. sale. The sumo stock. Prices right Call and see thorn, or write H. Tt. rurcell, is It Serial story Brodhead. Ky. DAVE CLARK YOUR FRIENDS I "Tuko your vacation duiing the week of August lo-- i und como to tho Mt. Vornon Fair. three big days and tlireo hi? nights. For Catalog or uremlura Jist, call or writo V II Fish, Sec CASTOR Always IA The In Use For Over 30 Years the Signalu For luftats and Children reary. s&5 omitted this week, because of lack of space. OIiiiarsn-OF- y " CA3TORIA FOR FLETCHER'S WILL EXPECT TO SEE YOU AT MT. VERNON FAIR - AUG. 3 BIG 1 0-11-- 12 DAYS 3 BIG NIGHTS lk "Ouija! Wha& 4he good word?" -MY YOUNO Mstor. HAS A Ouljti board AND SHE bcllovca 16. AND TALKS to Noah. AND I Mr. S. lf, Liowman, County Court Clerk, Ml Vernon Ky. (l'o tlic tuno of "Old KIhk") Isentvne up n dollar hill to iXttv r5 irft "cSM r 'iZ&r jct u tii foi Iviii;,', About hlx diws for IvIiik iiftcr that my tiif; euino in, I put my tnjr m Old U'lm: I thought you were tried iind true, 80 I ODHEAD AIR, tJSm shut off quick. TO HEAD off any, THEN FURTHER FAMILY pnn.1aL I stopped to smoko. think sho talks. t A CIGARETTE. AND AFTER I Hut wln'ii you wintu uiefortlio postage Htiiinp I founil juti wouldn't do. If o over writo me mintli'jr letter, plun.se wiltc it wtlli a send juii u nntni?c stiimp so you can wrllu itguiii, if I'd been in office ton Inujj years, yes ten Ioiir ywirs or mote, And couldn't buy it postage stamp I'd never run n.i in .ro, You can circulate your petition to sen wlintyor find out. Hut til's people of old liiwltcHSllo lire Koiitfr to l,u' '"" "ul' Juduo Mulllns is a booster and alwuys kind and true, And the people of old linulccistle are koIiik to put him thtour.li Willi.np lliutt Druw. Adv. MKDIGINK KOR THKSTOMAUH AN't) I.IVKU "Clmuibi'rlnin's rublets for tin. Jr3L.JL The Time will soon 17-18-- 19 be here for the One TO HER best follow. a up wUHo. viovjca. And pun, I will WHO'S DEAD but doosn't Vnow It. i CRANKED AND I used to glvo hor. AND ALL of a sudden. THE LOUD, ruJo lauca. BUT I'M Borry now. BECAUSE LAST night I IT STARTED off. BIG FAIR, where everybody has a good time, so lay aside the cares of life for a short time and attend each day which will be interesting from. Start to Finish. GOOD MUSIC GOOD RACES Good FREE Attractions at a flash. IT 8AID something. AND QUICK WAS home alono. I "THEY SATISFY." SO AND cot tho boanf PUT In a calf. GOOD SHOWS Good Display of Farm Products In Fact Everything Good FOR JOHN Barleycorn, AND OTHER departed spirit. BUT THE lino was busy, FOR NOTHING happcnoJ. THEN I chratoil a. Ilttlo. and Domestic tobaccos when the)' blond them In that Chestcrlluld way. You'll say "they satisfy." D!J you know about (As pel ts can do with ti:.. Turkish Chesterfield and wo what ihat't he Rood SATISFY" Just hnht up a ex- AND IT spelled this. "ORAMMASHOTTA SEVEN." ChfttrfitlJ pachagtoflO? ASl'UiNDIIJ lviause l)lt . H. of GREATER ph,iapdeiiia Mr nnd Mr Willis Spoonainore and loading young men, a ioav.Nor of of Stan-for- d many sterling iiialitle and wliflo his ittle. sod Laurence William, Here t;ucstv of Mr and Mrs Juli many friends rcgivt to lose him from Wilson mid nous, Homer and Kenneth our midst siill we are very proud that Charley ho has lieen vlected for this responsifrom Sunday until Tuesday Chandler, Repulilic.ui camlldato for ble losiliou and feel that he will make ReiireseiiUtlvu from Laurel and Rook, good --The chiUnn of Frank Kobbins e&itle counties was lierv from Loudon who were so very sick with iirmbUs -Mrs lf M Ilrvutit is In first of the week slinking hands with luvo recovered Hid-e- r Corbin Owens was in Mrs Marshnj, his many friend. Mrs Bnutun Grsveley Karris and little son, Lee Cas, Mrs Lester Maretburg last week Hilton and little son, James Dinner, Tharp is attending Hand' Day exercises of Stanford were cuej.13 of their par throughout Kentucky this week and tnts, Mr and Mr J R Cass this wee- k- ussi.Mnif in the music. -- Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Allen Hlalt cf near Quail l'mr k Hwrcncu and daughters, Misses were quests of Cashier and Mrs A M I)i liah, Majinc and Katie Lee, were The swiuu and pou'iry shows first of the week Miss Alma here irom Stanford Hull first of the week, at the Mt Vernon Fair will bo who giic.M. of Mr and Mrs Josh Wilson Carson of Rutherie, Oklahoma, - well world the price of nil mis isVlsitlnt; the family of her brother W kllear in mind the three Big d.ij, AugAugust io and don't miss a day, lei shin nil three A Carson visited relatives and old list M rs friends in .Ml Vernon last week Etta Urown and Miss Klla Uelle are visiting Mrs lielle Henderson at Paint Lick. Uncle Marshall' Smith who has been eontlned to his bed so lonir is very low, Mr and Mrs MilUrd Robbins of Crab Orchard visited Mr and Mrs Frank Kobbins Sunday. Cashier ami Mrs A M Hiatt were In Capt. W II Crab Orchard Tuesday. Million of Louisville was a week end visitor of Mr and Mrs W A Murphy Walter and Mrs Lola B I'aln'.er. Robins was lu Mt. Vernon Friday of Band Day was a great last week. sneoess lu every particular. We certainly feel proud of our band, thoy render a number of beautiful plecen, keeping In touch with all the Intest music. They will furnish music for our another InBig Fair August ducement to attend, for every one enjoys such music as our wonderful baud 'will furnish. K 11 Mink held the luck) uumber that drew the automobile. Mr and Mrs C lf Frith were in Mt Miss Hatel AlVernon last Vriday, bright has returned after a pleasant friends in Lebanon Junction Ivl&itwlth lira J A Oliver are in Ciiiclu-- l Frank nati this week buying goods. Robbins was hi Wildtu and Conway O R Carson, C II Urstofthe week. Krilu and J T Wallen wero In Mt VerRaymond non Tuesday on business. Anderson visited his parents Mr and Mrs II C Anderson In Garrari llrst of Mrs Mary Albright, Mrs tho week. KliiabttU Albright and Ilttlo son .Richard, Mrs Katio Tharp and Charlie Smith motored to Danville Wednesday Mr and Mrs K J McKinney were in Mt Vernon baturdaj , Mr and Mrs A E Albright Mrs Wlllard Terrlll and Misses Worth and Vivian Albright are In Louisville and Howling Green and will visit Mammoth Cave and partake of its wonders and beauty boforo returning. C U Carson left Wednesday night for Manchester to accept the place as Cashier of the l'irst National Dank at that place. He is one of Drodhead's New-land "ClClRTTS To The Republicans: Brodhead Kor,- - stomach and liver are splendid. I nevur tire of telling my friend-o- f their iUahtius," writes Mrs. William Volliner, Hnstv(Hid, N.Y biltoiis, CKii.otlt.it d or Wl.eli troui.ltd with ituliK "'oi . t:iv' theni u trial. They will do you chiorthe (JUAMvLY. Prccident shows Midway K. 11. They come to us highly recommended, with their own train of 1 5 cars nothing but strictly Clean and Moral Shows. This alone will be worth all it will cost you, so don't forget the dates only a short BE READY. time off. HA.MM, SecroLiry Licr.rrr & Mterj TonACco Co. Reacktf ThcSignalcjc I have been in bid health for lite lust few years I nlio hav a fractured bone in inv hip that iniikts it impossible for uie to do iiiiythinjf'like hard labor Both Dr l..vel! und I)r Carter have made .sworn iiflidavits that I am ouly able to to light otlice work If inter ested. ask them In part of the comity, Jksk Heboid has cla ititd to be nn ex- - Mildier, vviili all respect for him I must sav that true, h6 was not in the war. H is not fuir for him ' uet y n voto thai way. If lie-- would fpol .von now, he would agatn Surely tin cared for iy the repub'ican kim Davis family has been party I want otir vote Cast U tor inn tit the polls on Aujtist 6 I wil! a)pieciate vour help get to talliing for inc. do yout b'i and make your iiiend your next Cncuit Coutt Cleik Very sircerely, mBttBtir9u''yiit mKXFjflKJiw Z; t($L V Ask or send for a folder of complete informatloa See 3 day coupon below. T ear and meet all this U the banner friends at thu Hrodhcad Fair The series of meetings at the Christian Church elo.ed Tuesdas evening with nineteen additions. Rev. Dunn is an able shaker slid delivered homo interesting sermons and the church is greatly revived. Miss Lena Wallen who Is teaching the (lunv Sulphur school will give a uie :upor at and for the benrtlt if her school Saturday night week. Prof. S K Thompson of Indianapolis tho most daring aeronaut will make a balloon ascention each day of the fair Other wonderful attractions, so don't, Three forget the date August big days. Rolwrts Lojal Nine base ball boys lost their third game of tho season to Lancaster Wednckday of last Hut deweek on Lancaster diamond feated the crack nine of Stanford on our gruunds here July 25th by a score of 10 to 6, this was ono of tho fastest games of the season as the Stanford nine play vory fast ball. Iloberts Loyal Mine will play the big game of thu season this week, Corbin vs Brodhead, atCorblu. j our Any lady who misses being on Hi '111111 tile first day of the Mt Vernon Fair inisse-- , oeing tljjs. with the best looking bunch of ii V2, women ever assembled in this hOctiou atauy tuno Tliey i.re nil coining for the now Singer Sewing Machine which will be given away to some l.nlv on th ground that day. Lollies ttiluiitted lice stiffen f "'st day. When the body begins to and movement becomes painful it that the . is usually kidneys are out of order. Keep ' these oreana heaithv bv talcing TRADE MORAL The merchant who is trying to do business GOLD MEDAL without advertising is winking Ffll K?IS,K &!S M at Dame Fortune through blua y FCT3?W?il spectacles. !c knows he's The world's lUndard remedy for kldnsr, winking, but she doesn't. This s liver, bladder and uric acid since 1696. Take regularly and paper is a good advertising keep in good htalth. In thre sizes, alt druggists. Guaranteed sj reprseemed. meciunL eTeor U Uek ( tba m. Gail Hal pl m IrsltiUnsi u4 JM the rtw-na(- (Tr SQUEEZED TO DEATH Hard Gom. Broadway' Rerlwd by muso direct frnm breeze-swe- "roofa." I Cooling Music! 3 days ofit FREE ct may win you THE of Mr. Edison's $10,000. Now that the New Edison's of music cannot be distinguished from the original music, you can harness the full miraculous power of music to your own needs. To prove this, we'll put a New tgffr troubUs-Famou- nmra titrtttTUtKiattuj Edison in your home for 3 days, without charge or obligation. See how the music refreshes your body, soothes your mind, and banishes your unpleasant moods. Your experience may suggest a phrase which will distinguish the New Edison from mere Mr. Edison has offered $10,000 for the 23 best phrases. talking-machines. CON HILIOUSNKSS AND STIPATION "For years I was troubled with biliousness and constipation, which made life misorablu for me. My appetite failed me. I lost my usual force and vital Pepsin preparations and ity. cathartics ouly made matters worse. I do not know where I would havo been today had I not tried Chatnbeilaln's Tablets Tho tablets reliove tho ill feoU the ing at once, strengthen digestive functions, helping the svstnra to do Its work naturally," writes Mrs. Rosa Pott , Bir mingham, Ales. One Measure of a Man's AbiTifg To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account The man who consistently nutl reiiltiily niltls TKc - llU Phonograph of music. NEW EDISON (With a Soul " Art promntlv to net vour three days Sign and send the coupon. Remember no charge or obligation. Did you know that Edison now is first with Broadwnyhits? Mr. Ediscn's special hit department beats the field. Come In and ask to hear the latest hits, you'll hear them with all their original Broadway pep and flavor. ""3 DAY TWALCOUP0W ' frugal uiul thrilty niau funis of credit when ho needs it. to his savings invites confidence, Thu ready i'.tonioii Pence it & - Miff KY. Mm Mkw H Kveryono shotiltl save it portion of his earnings. Wo extend to yon tho advantage of our banking facilities, which will nmko saving easier. Wo jmy interest on tinio deposits. STANFORD, Kk m. L l,. ! TkU cupoa wba (iIlJ tit by anlillM kin cvviMibU I und m t th a ! Hw tUasf RECREATIONS prM, cava) r hll (r kr)fwJJm N r M W Wk D H M M I I wmm'mmvtMBmmmmmimtawtTtHmmikwmmmmmmiBtKKmmmammtmmtm CASTORIA Onildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S The new Floral Hall at Jthe Mt. Vornon Faji ground is ready and is so arranged that nil products brought tn can be proporly displayed, und protected. BANK OF MT, VERNON T. J. Niceloy, President. V. L. Richards, Cashier. Signal 'Ads' Pay THE FOLKS YOU CAN SEE ALL AT' 10-11-- - AUG. MT. VERNON FAIR 3 BIG 12 DAYS 3 BIG NIGHTS !' i. w: - r."PfiHV V -- L "SsmS Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booncway Ipittif itrnoit Stpif " V X' A . f, CehtrallyLocated Oetween r ' FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Cincinnati, Knoxville and, Louisville-- . . Price $1.50 PER YEA IN ADVANCE Established 1887 34th"Year No 40 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, July 29, J 92 J "Oppressive, and Consideration GROSSLY INADEQUATE" The Head the opinion of the Court of Appeals, and inform your- of the entire tract, the consideration is grossly inadequate. selves Iihw Mr. 11. ('. Kennedy, candidate lor Circuit Judge, under- collateral agreement provides for a redemption within six months These old negroes took to get, for u eoiisideriitiou grossly inadequate, the farm of an upon the payment of the debt and interest. An Untruth TO THE REPUBLICANS: w evidently believed that Kennedy, by virtue of the mortgage, could old, ignorant negro. " take their land, The Wayne Circuit Court decided the ease Ugainst Kennedy, they believed it and were induced to execute the deed because gave them six mouths longer time within which and he carried it to the Court of Appeals, which court aflirmed to redeem the land. Thus there is 'present in this case every judgment of the lower court in the following language: the element which would ordinarily induce the court to adjudge a deed "On February 'J'J, Mil, .lordon McHeath, a colored man about to be a mortgage. The deed was made to secure a debt. The Banking Com- grantors were left in possession. There is a collateral agreement seventy years cf age, borrowed from the Monticello I have just had my attention called to a circular letter which is be, and executed his note therefor with 11. C. permitting the redemption of the land on payment of the considerapany the" Hum of ing mailed out to the voters by one J. W. Rider, a notorious character of Kennedy as surety. In order to indemnify Kennedy, Jordan tion with interest. The consideration is grossly inadequate, and Mi'Ileuth and wife executed to him a mortgage conveying a two the transaction therefore oppressive if the instrument is held to be Mt. Vernon, in which he states that the same jurors are used two or til'tli interest in a tract of laud containing about seventy acres. a deed." three times a year, and further that one man served as a Grand juror s interest in the tract As Jordan McHeath owned only a Opinion of the Court by William Rogers Clay, Commissioner and indicted a man on a murder charge, and then sat on the petit jury of laud, it is elaiincd that his interest was described as Afliriiiiug, Decided January 27, 1!)1."). 102 Kentucky Reports, page and tried and acquitted the man indicted by; him. This whole statement by mistake. When the note in question became due Keun J exe- '182. "Somerset Commonwealth." is false and untrue, and is known to be false by the man who wrote it. cuted his personal note to the bank and took tip the old note, signed by himself and Mollenih. When ll.e )ie, jiote matured The law would not permit ii thing of this sort, and nothing of the kind Kennedy'paid it. On June :i(i, l'.ll'J, Kennedy went to the home of was ever done, and this mah Rider is putting this out for the purpose of Jordan MeHeuth and procured from him and his wife a deed deceiving the people and no other purpose. The records of the Clerks interest in the land to Kennedy and conveying their office disprove the whole miserable fixup. quit claiming any interest as to the remainder. At the same time Kennedy executed a collateral agreement by which he bound him This is the same Rider who has taken the benefit of the bankrupt self to convey to Jordon McHeath, or to any of his children, the law time and again, not because ot an honest failure in business, tract of land", provided Jordon or any of his children repaid to but because this was an easy way to beat his honest debts. Who him within six months from tbo date of the deed the sum of :!'..:U with six per cent, interest. The collateral agreement fmther pro will credit anything that a man of this character will say ? Surely vided that no difference who should redeem the tract of laud the manly worth of the republican party of Rockcastle will not be the right to keep Kittie MuIJeath, the wife of Jordan, should have misled by this democrat who is pretending to be a republican. the same as a home during her natural life, unless sue should Jasperfs Says abandon the place, and Kennedy bound himself in the event of the repayment to him of the sum above specllled, to jnke a deed in Faithfully yours, ' Shortly after the conveyance accordance with that agreement. died, leaving a widow and five children in miehtiim Jordon McHeath Recently there appealed in "The Commonwealth" an affidavit The land not being redeemed prior to the, expiration of the sK psworn to by Mr. Simpson Phelps, an attorney at the local bar, in . B. months provided iii 'tin) "collateral agreement, Kennedy conveyed .winch was set lortn in graphic manner all that was done, and bv fluke Castillo, who knew ol tin twhoin, in the investigation made by the grand jury at the May tln liiml tn bis father-in-law- . circumstances under which "Kennedy acquired title. term, liJlj, Pulaski Circuit Court, at which time the said grand "Castillo brought this actiou in ejectment against Henry Mc- jury found a number of indictments against-'JudgJasper and Mr. Phelns e.Milained that he and .TuiUm Tnrtnr nlnno Heath, one of Jordon's children, to recover the land in question, others. and set out in his petition the above proceedings by which he procured and furnished the iccord proof, and other evidence, to obtnined title. The defendant pleaded mental incapacity on the tie grand juiy. and ttmt it was upon tins that the indictments part of Jordan McHeath, inadequacy of consideration, and that the were based. This allidavit is corroborated by the statement of deed was intended only iw n mortgage. He also pleaded a tendei fin.ct Jasper himself, made June the 12th. PJ17. and which .was within six months of the consideration expressed in the. deed. On S published by said Jasper, andscattered throughout PnlykL :u!ity final hearing, the chancellor adjudged the deed to be a mortgage at tl.nt time. Noic "what Jasper said in that statement.' We cop'v all LEGAL VOTERS IN THE his friends that attended said conference to support Jtuigo Cress it in, part as follows: and denied'plaintift the relief prayed for. Plaintiff appeals. PRIMARY ujh ueiuucrunc nominee tor circuit judge. He continued to advhe "A great deal of evidence was heard on the question of tender, "R. C. Tartar made a statement in the v News' his said friends to j?Ivn Crr.ss ttioir citni,'t ... i, republicans will" .. , 1UII lUC.Juu uuf,'.a .C fn be Only known vote but, in view of the conclusions pf thu court, we deem it unueccssar of February 0th, that if things went on aSSthey had been going permitted to in the. Priany question other than the effect ol uu uuuuik vuuii wuuiu huvc 10 intervene, ana protect tne tax- campaign of 19I5. to. consider that question, or He further Stntpq tllnf (ho Olid Ifannnilnnnnnlif !....,.. t.l .,,! mary, August 6th.. Republicans the conveyance. Jordon McHeath .and his wife lived on the lam. payers of Pulaski County, and before the beginning of last term mode speeches for tho democratic ticket in this county four years only are' holding a piimary this in controversy, which is located about four miles from the town cf th Circuit Court, I saw one Simpson Phelps and R. 0. Tartar ago, and did this for about six weeks, or throughout tho fall cam- year;' no democrat ticket will up-- ; of Monticello. Jordon was not in good health, and Judge Kenned in the Clerk's office and Tartar was giving Phelps figures which paign. pear on the ballot. The democrats fearing that his interest in the laud would not be sufltcicnt ti, he was taking down. I r.'so sr.v Phclpn in Tartar's office, and will not" be permitted to ypte in. He further sUtes that he was present and hoard Hon. T, surety, together with the cover the debt' on which he was then it was announced that Phelns would expose graft on the this primary and none need apthe action, rode Out to Jordan's home Tor the purpose of gettin-.- ' ;iart of myself and the Fiscal Gaurl en iuo first day of Circuit Ufter the democratic county chairman of Pulaski Co., a day or two ply for In other words, tho Senoral Plfitinn. 1n17 nrnmcnlnmnlnrto coi.1 l'nnn,ln him to execute the deed. Tin! deed ami collateral agreement had Court, and then after the grand jury had been empanneled, Phelps a for thedemocrats to been prepared. Judge Kennedy tfnys that Jordbn's mini) was m no "began his tirade of abuse on mo, and charged that violations of ... present of a suit of clothes.&c, and that Kennedy at that time, went it is useless ..w .... ui HicomiD luuuiui rerruu iu niiiKe 111s selection 01 attend the election, and it is to be way affected, and he was in full possession j)( lilrf mental powers the law have been committed by myself and the Fiscal Cnm-- t agreement were rea'J to Jordon mid his wife. which was the echo of Tartar's heart, and the delivery of what said clothing, and tho following few days afterward, the said Kenn- hoped they will not do so, and The deed and collateral edy ftfTl9nt Jordon suggested that another clause 'be added," providing that, no ii u.iu uimuu imu jriimpa. iiuuu luuuig uenmu rneips, ana mat told met that nn till St.matC nf Qnttiartsnf niA olimnn t.im .!. n.tlt thus avoid confusion. v him it was the one thatFerrell had given him. He was wear- difference who redeemed the land, his wife, Kittie, should have the for the purpose of injuring mo and benefiting himself. The grand iuB iuj ami on mis occasion, anu seomeu wen pleased with.it. right to keep it during, her lifetime. The closing line commencing jury returned several indictments against me and the Road s Chas Li. Gregg. with the word 'Witness my hand, etc.,', was then erased and the and the Magistrates. I charge that politics was at the bot-tor- n L . W. BETHURUM During this tiyie the defendant, llenrj Subscribed and sworn to hnfnrn clause in question udded. of it all and my opponent, R. C. Tartar, responsible for it, ATTCKNEY AT LAW during the con and that for the purpose of injuring me and benefiting McHeath, was some distance away. At no time MT.VKKNON. RY, himself." mo by Chas. L. Grugg, this July , 1921. versation did he say that the deed was a mere mortgage. He fully Will practice in all the cuurtu ' The complete statement issued by Judge Jasper at that time 25th.fSEALl .f. R- - rnnlr N P Office on Church Street explained to the parties that it was a deed, and that they were and from which the above is taken, is in given six months more time within which to redeem the laud. It office, and anyone desiring to examine it "The Commonwealth" My commission expires Jan'. 2j, 1924. may do so. "Somerset .,.v nn iiwlueeiiipiit whatever for him to take another mortgage .... lie alreadv pan one on the nroncrty. He never at any time said Commonwealth." vtliing to "the parties or led them to believe that the deed was a He took the acknowledgment himself. This occurred Ttga-- e. ilnv. of June. Two days later he took up the note at nn tlw. the bank and gave his note in lieu thereof, payable in six mouths. This note was subsequently paid. There is further evidence to thy, me premises soon imer effect that Jordan Mclleatli's wire vneau-she was notified that Castillo had purchased them. It is aUo shown that after the six months elapsed defendant, Henry McHeath, came to Castillo, and said that he had come to hear his doom. It has bfjen circulated by homo designing parties that I have destroyed 11 Judge Ken"Kittie McHeath, Jordou's widow, said that whenAt number of indictments since 1 have been Circuit Court Clerk. They claim most that time nedy came he said the instrument was a mortgage. of them were destroyed at tho February and May Terms, 1921. Jordan was in bad health, and jiis mind was 'waivcry. Did not know whether he had a mind sufficient to realize and understand the nature and effect of the paper he was signing or not. Did Thee charges aro absolutely false: there has never been an indictment, not know that ihe had deeded the place away, .lodge Kennedy misplaced, much leis destroyed, since 1 have been Cloik, There- was 81 indictthe place, and would give them a chance said he did not want ments returned at tho Fobruaiy Term and 90 at thu May Tenn. Each of these to pav for it. .When Mr. Castillo bought the. place she moved State of Kentucky ) She Pulaski County. f Set. off. It was just a few days after the six months expired. indictments was filed and docketed as tho law directs. Read what tho Commondetendant, Tho oflliints Chas. L. Gvauc, J. S. Cooper, J. M. Weddlr. Win. gave up the place because she thought it was his. The wealth Attorney and County Attorney say about it. Thoy themselves draw Henry McHeath, testified that at the time the deed was executed M. Catron and J. R. Cook, come and state that they nro each resi read every indictment returned by the Grand Juries, and personally know if tho Clerk Jordon 's condition was npt good. Jordan could them print and dent citizens of Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky and that six months they arc republicans. write a little. Judge Kennedy said he would give is doing his duty, was his They state that they are acquainted with H. C. Kennedy, a to nay in. He did not want the home; all ho wanted mortgage candidate tor circuit judije In the ccininy August primary election; money. It was the understanding of all present that the was to be prolonged for six months. Jay McHeath, another son that tho said Kennedy openly fought tho Republican ticket in Puof Jordan, testified that he was present when the deed was exe- laski County during tho campaign of 19:7, iUid mndu spjeches for cuted. Judge Kennedy said it was a mortgage. Ho further said tho democratic ticket throughout this county during the entire fall but, it was in his power to set Jordon out oftodoors, up soas they had campaign of that year. they would fix it Mt. Vernon Ky, They further stato that thoy ro acquainted with Hon. T. V always been good friends, he was willing have six months more time. His father was very feeble at the time Kerrell, Chairman of tho Democratic County Committee of Pulaski July, 15, 1921.' County, and they heard him stato that he, withii- - two or thtoe days and died a few days later," after the general election of 1UI7, made tho said II. O. Kennedy a To the People of Rockcastle County, cove-nan"The deed which Kennedy took not only conveys, withby thet present of a coinploto outfit or wearing apparel, including buit, b( shoes, undorwoar, shirt, collar, tie and soi, and when questioned interest covered s of general warranty, thu , We, the undersigned, Commonwealth's Attorney and County. Attorney take, mortgage, but jn addition thereto grants, quit claims and turns as to why he was so generous to Kennedy, said that ho felt gratepleasure iu making the following statements to you, relative to the way aud s said ful to him for what ho had dona for the democratic party, uud interest in over the possession' of the remaining seveii-ninthmauuer that Mr. T. J, Nicely, Circuit Court Clerk, lias handled and conducted tract of land, und, us to this part, the grantors warrant the title wanted to reward him therefor. Chas. L. Grugg, against themselves, their heirs and assigns only. It is true Jordon the business of his office relating to filing aud recording indictments returned by s of tho tract. Thoro is J. S. Cooper, McHeath hud deeds to only the grand juries. We personally know he has filed and recorded each indict, J. M. Woddlo, however, tending to show that the remaining interests hnd is Win. M. Catron, been given to him,- - or he hud title bond? therefor. Certain itIhe nient that has beeu returned by tho grand jury, which were drawn by us aud for about J. It. Cook, that lie had been Hying on tho luud probably asJ5 years. reported by it; that wo know that no indictment reported and returned was over much us whole land is worth at least $200, and Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo by Chas. L. Grage. T. S. executed Kennedy hud not paid the Cooper, I. M. Weddlo, lost, stolen or failed to be properly recorded by him as Clerk, as tho law directs;, At tho time tho deed was Win. M? Catron, J. R. Cook, this 23rd day note ut the bank. Ho executed the new note on December JMh. ui jui) rjii, woouson May, that ho has beeu painstaking, strictly houoit with the people; that tho report that to The old note on which ho was surety was nover surrendered Notary Public. Mr, Nicely has destroyed or misplaced any iudictmont is false, without foundaMcHeath. Even if we accept Jdgq Kennedy s statements Jordon as true, that he never mentioned' tho word 'mortgage,' ho prac- State of Kentucky ) tion aud .untirue. tically admits that- - he told the grantors that he wanted TI to give i 01, r Pulaski County. J stI" them six months more in which to redeem tho land. Very Respectfully, Tho for taking the deed could hot have been merely to .te e zen and atliant, Charles L. Gragg. comes, and states that ho is a citimotive resident of Pulaski County, Ky. and for many years taught to which he already had a mort,"igo, it. at a a deed for that W. N. Flippin. county. He states that he supported H. O. Kennedy school in matter of fact, he acquired all the title thut the guntors ltud to for circuitsaid judge six years ago, and that after Kennedy's defoat In consideration expressed in tho deed the land in controversy. The S. D, Lewis, Compared with tho vuluo the primary; ho, tho said Kennedy, called a couforeuco aud advlued was tho exact amount of indebtedness. sj:j!l.-Mitwo-ninthtwo-htths two-ninth- s Who Got the Indictment Out Against Judge Jasper AND THEJMAGISJRATES? Note What Own Statement About This J. BETHURUM ' I 'Semi-Weekl- ii,.-.,i,r,- C3- -' V wi-ti- il !.i Engi-Tiecr- pcSfoeccxr Dcqco3fexaod 'ili The Betrayal AND THE Clothes To the Republicans of Rockcastle County: T.J. NICELEY two-ninth- t ' two-ninth- e, 1 it ' you an excellent ofllcer or clerk of the county, but, does It follow that ho would uudco hs good n Countv Judge? Many 11 time you jluwe seen a innii make an excel-It clerk but didn't nuke good in 1 niii'iager. , Now just a word to the hules. tlmt Mr. BowI urn informed man and hN speakers havu,stat- ,ed tint J did not want the vole iof ii'iy woman. This Is a reflection 'on the iutclilKi-nt'e- . of anv audi-IcncHe noi'" Ills' sni'ukerh had inby authority to make nucha statMiieiit. it il nothing I have said barges that are peddled by his opponent, mid that this is siif- Judge I! .1. hetliiii'iiin ujrain addressed tin-- voters of Clin'. or done con UI be no construed. County in I lie court liuiisv today in .icioiit indication for the Judge and alt that the people would of his candidacy n, I know I haw done nothing . ' Tin- court house was crowded, even in st.iiidiii require. Circuit .Mult!!-'diiiinc. mv lerin of olllce that spm-e- . The Judge brushed aside the other charges th.i Keii.i.'.lv w.i- U. A. Dickm, Cashier of Citizens Ilauk. of Alhanv, an. 'should cause you imoie against making, and said that having been so cumphtch, cp..sc,i ..u u.o, Chiiiriiuin of tinCommittee ol t'liiiion Coun.y,' me and 1 watit )ou 10 give' this ... JiifmI Judge lietliiiruiu. Mr. Dickon said in part: "When i w. miuimimi nciieve Homing mm ne wotilil my. article your thoughtful consid a young man, the Itcpubliciiu Party of Clinton County honored n He took up and showed plainly that the three Utters thai wcr.' eration until August (ith and if by electing mo as Sheriff, and 1 have never asked for any utlu handed around the lir.st day of Court were all foment', and that you do I will be satisfied with ofhYe or held any other ullice and lo not want any other oii'ice, b. the alleged signatures were all different and were cvidcntlv writ your decision. My opponent, Mr I am gratetul to the ten by different men. lie denied having written or sigiui 'any 01 party and ever will be. 8ix vea llowiiinn, so I understand, is havilieni. he Ma. ed that organi .ed labor endorsed hii.i .iff- - l;ie far "(,' 1 supported Kennedy for the liouiiiiatiou for the office of circu ing an endorsement tun ulated Judge and did every.hing in my power for. him. after which lie le. ter letter was published, ami that after its publication the laboi among the ladies of Mt Vernon the Republican Party ami undertook ami did .lid the Demoerat men at Somerset, knowing that this letter is a forgery, had re iind my gue.-y- . In, when you Pmty against the ilepiibliean Party that had honored both him an ciiiuirsrd uuu 111 ringing terms. read it, most of them that lmve myself. And being Cliairman of tlie Hepublican Coininittee of tin In reference to the I urged letter to the Parole Board, he read a js'gncd will he inciuher.sof Char county, I feel it my duty to my party, as well as invsolf, to aid i etlir 1.01.1 that t.flite vhu-l- i .aid 1:0 such letter v. i..e in tlmt ami lli'.l isparlts' lev Dav-Nthe sole. Hon of true Hepiiblic.ins for ortiee, and I would feel th. ortiee, nor in the tlovernor's olllce. The Cos letter ui taken up was chinch ns thev are considered way, if was not Chairman; and 1 am sure that Judge Bethurum i and he said he never heard of it before. Judge Smith was conaroimil Mt Vernon his nuilia-t.cru true and loyal fenihlicnn. and ever since Kennedv betrayed th vinced that it was .spurious, ami this, after he l.ad compared it diiectois anil supporters. with the genuine signature of the Judge of recent date, and with Keiiublie.ui Party, . have been and nm .still supnortiiii; Iud""e Net' I Natnrallv would not have as a loyal Hepublican." nis signature :ii,.i.i.!,.i.e!y aiKi- - t Ii da.c .if t!.t uriim i a.id l1. 11,11 their .siipimrt m I .1111 not 111 Judge Hethuriiiii then proceeded to place Kennedy where lit upon its face, lie said that he was authorized by Judge Smith, who the AUTUMOHlLK class In CAM JH'M.I.NS belongs, in the ranks of the Democratic party as its chief slanderei was present, to say that he, Smith, had made the and this fact I am of spite uuu iuiui siniger. ne snoweu tiiat Kennedy had bolted the Repub - that, in his opinion, the letter was a forgery. A tl 's tlio last iss e f tlie newr tried a man brought bt'loro going to continue to build mails Judge Bethurum then launched into a dis. uii u, of ICeimi'dv'.s Signal which tan r bean party eight times and was now laying his plans to bolt bin wli th m.i 111c lur di.stdlinr or trausKrtinK lor them to ride over; 111! 11(7111,1 .. lltf.k -ne cnargeu mat Kennedy is the most notorious jority of the n niiuiiuuirii .. . me .. 6...... uiiii i.t U lllililtlinln.l ui .1... coming pnniarv. lie exposet puuucai reconi. voters in the unity whisky whom I Ii e not hold to Just another thought before Kennedy':, unreasonable, unscrupulous, wicked and fal.se chariro bolter that ever disturbed the peace and harmony of the partv in I ' isli to leave a few thoughts tlio Grand Jury regard to tins road Notwithstniul-au- d I close" in uUiiB ..iiiuw nui the false statement made uv hennortv in lii. this State. He had bolted at least eight Republican tickets within paper, a little campaign sheet that he owns and publishes at Somer the last fifteen years, lie laid particular stress upon his trencher facs itli von for vour inir this fact ho lias vet to emim business. There bus been more set, and which was .started by him on December 10th, last, for tin and disloyalty in the race for Circuit Judge in l'.H.'i. after he was .study during' tin few tlaj.s just to ine and advise with me as n roatl work done under my adthan any other campaign only, mimed "Pulaski County Republican." for the nor defeated in the primary, and in the county races in Pulaski County prt'cocding bur piiuiurv election citizen much less a county off- ministration Counp- - Judge who preceded me. pose ol deceiving licpublieans, to the effect that Judge Bethurum in 11)17. The Judge had affidavits and reatl them, showing that In my aiiiiuiiic.o.itient for the icer. Positively nothing but ex. This has been made Mssihlo had been reversed in sixty per cent, of the eases that have been Kennedy supported Judge Cress, the Democrat, ft r Circuit Judge nomination t for Cotmtv Jtulgol remarks where ever by my co operating with the taken to the Court of Appeals from this District. He showed that in 1915, and it is known that Cress is in Albanj tod. ' ,ii State Ko.ul Department and said I won I ,ii t tin-- , r ce on you hear him. Kennedy. But the betrayal of the Republican Party i'i 1'ili-sthe record, which Kennedy has been carrying around and claiming yvorjCng faithfully that nothing to be certified to by the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, is notliin-mo- re County in 1917 was the most gigantic attempt to des'trny the Re my I'ctiouT us ifCouiil) (Jtlicor. Mr. Hownian" Tiirtlier knows would hinder their progress. We nor less than a fix-n1 now wish to call the attention of his own, and that the name of tin publican Party that was ever made by one calling himself' a Repubthat I have lucked my office anJ now have around ifJo.ooo.oo Clerk of the Court of Appeals is not in it anywhere. Judge Beth- lican. For six weeks he made speeches against the party nominees of the voters to the ndiit'voiut-n- i gone with Prohibition Knforce-meworth of road machinery and urum now has this document in his possession and showed it to his and on the election day went to an outlying district in 1 alaslti of ihe present Oftlcors as well as deputy aro just getting into shape to Ccurt. Wu audience. Kennedy, while campaigning in Rockcastle Countv, lost County and handled the funds and acted as Democratic precinct build jailer to the extreme County roads. Klect 1110 your it, and friends of Judge Bethurum found it. Kennedv admitted ii worker for the Democratic ticket. Then after the smoke of battle have bought lebl t.f way to the sheriff-an- d Judgo for the next four his tirade in the forenoon that this is the oulv record tlmt ho W had cleared away he went to Democratic headquarters, or to the amount of S422O10, wo have pom's of the County in order to years and I will show you how and said that Judge Bethurum should be courteous enough to re- Chairman of the Democratic Committee 111 Pulaski Count v. nml hullded bnd"es which cost apprehend violators of the to buiid roads. accepted free of charge a suit of clothes, hat, shoes and a eo'mplet ' Sm, IgS.'s, wt hav al.so bought turn it to him ; that he paid $10 for it and that it is his. Judge Law, yet he lias ever Thanking my friends for tlio 0 Bethurum said that he proposed to keep it because it demonstrated outfit, and is now coming to the Republicans in Democratic cloth- a liotnu for the j uler which cost mentioned these tacts altho it is interest thev ore showing iu my beyond question that Kennedy has tried to deceive the people with ing, asking their support. He said that if this could not be establ,ml soliciting a continuance a bogus and fixed up affair claimed to be certified to by the Clerk lished beyond doubt, he would withdraw from the race. He asked 5I265.00. we have built 1 county well knosn to dun. Does this n',iico thereof until u,lr. K"sl Ulll of the Court of Appeals. Judge Bethurum offered to withdraw those present to call up Ferrell. the Democratic Chairman at Somer- garage at the expenso of ..1S8 00 show fjlmeMS or rl,rnt.,, I am, Your faithful .sorvant' from the race if the name of Mr. Speck, the Clerk of the Court of set, and if he had misrepresented the facts, he would withdraw from the repairing ot the jail, which Mr Bowman says he has made Cam Mullins Appeals, could be found anywhere on it. He showed that the writ- the race. was condemned by the (Jrand ing on this thing they called a record was done bv Judge Jarvis. Judge Bethurum was followed by lions. Leonard Meeee and Jury, water works for tlio jail and and proved by Uncle Tom Stephenson that it is Judge Jarvis' writ- H. II. Smith, who made fine addresses in behalf of Judge Bethurum ing. The Judge further called attention to the fact that no crim- Mr. Meeee spoke of being on the Republican ticket in Pulaski Countv Court HntiM', concrete Whiles and the Greeting of two convict inal or Commonwealth cases appeared on the fix-ncalled a record, in 1917, when Kennedy bolted the entire ticket. He said that he and that many cases referred to in the campaign sheet of Kennedv won the nomination by 1,800 majority and was tlen subjected to camps cost S6502.I6. On top of published at Somerset, and marked: "Reversed," were not re- a hard race in November, because of the disloyalty and treaelierj this when a "ommunity met us versed and read from the published volumes of the Kentucky Re of Kennedy, who spoke and worked against the ticket and after-war- fifty-tif- ty wohavn spent $0379-0ports to prove this. Judge Bethurum stated that an examination of accepted the clothing as explained by Judge Bcthuruni. Mr for the purpose of furthering the his record would show that he had been affirmed in at least eighty-fiv- Meeee made a fine impression on his audience, and made an eloThis means pure bred, per centj of all the cases that have been carried to the Court of quent and forceful speech. He is still Superintendent of Schools in "Good Roads Movement" of the Republicanism It i,?.8ald V County, making a total of S33 iS-.9S. by the democrats thai I C Kennedv i i..;...i 1.. Appeals in the past twelve years from his District. Pulaski County, and has been to that office for another In addition to this (.vc havo urum a close race for Circuit Juifce. in .,'!?Tcounty his u,ne.-- . ' We can- The Judge took up tlio charges made by Kennedv as to the term. . . not be ieve one word of ihl N v,'... . f icept up the current p.vpju.ses of cans of thb county will eve, ier0ur trials or ureen ana .Uize and showed that this was a foul attemn J Mr. Smith made a good speech for Judge Bethurum Tic countV mt: ieuue s urciiii .nitige, nnu to weaken linn in Vie that he came here and spoke in this county .six years iu "v..'.. ' down in defeat m ago for Ken- cur county and paid the interest dcserviiui. confidence of the people, by misrepresentation and deeept. These nedy, and V. .'" Z " ".. 5X."'a'n he made the worst mistake 'of his' life by doing this, on the indebtedness which we WMll!iwlI.C Kennedv. th. that charges crumbled and disappeared after the Judge explained thest and was here to for Along the same line, 1 Ileve republican,,, majority in this uniy.' trials to the people. The explanation of Judge Bethurum, coupled years ago, aminow say apologize to them unfit making the' speeches six ouriife. The v to ...i ..... ..", that Kennedy is for the office of Circuit might add, that under the pros-ou- t men nloiii would so r n with the statement by Judge Flippin, Commonwealth's Attornev, Judge, and WOme" "'". see to it. for you cmnot fool 's record is unassailable for lunesty and . (Ultli .1 which he read, completely wiped out the false charges that Ken- fair dealing that Bethurum Circuit administration thorc has notoriety and new cieetls and trvh... ur ',.. . .V ," '""" ?0.KIS .' as upright Judge. Mr. Smith greatly pleased nedy made about these cases. Judge Flippin, he said, was elected the crowd withanhis flights " "S-of oratory. This was a great day for been contracts! $357,000,00 Fed- have railed and always will fn.lleVent Into the by the people and paid a salary to attend the trial of all Common-wealt- Judge Bethurum in Albany, and all feel good over the outcome and eral and State Aid projects, a the Gospel, but found the Go.sp.l wrong TISlcr cases and to know whether or not the State was fairlv say that the old Judge will certainly creeds and get a little notoriety out of it Ye" he Hn'.1!, carry this county bv a good put of which has been wn.Hed treated, and Flippin said that there was no merit in anv of the majority. The New Era. bad that he wrote n book on Baptism, condeuu , " tism by say mi that women who W......I.. s ." h..lL Bible ?n Bap- When we started in our admin, istration tho count v oweU in the in uira'cc neighborhood of 28,000 o j N0w noicvcr cu" l taking Mr. Hownian's statement fool a woman. She knows when her " her and her daughter to humble themS ! m to ffil.i.mV, as true, just for the sake of argu- urn go down m ' 'i"?1 the water and be bnptiswd .y an ment and positively nothing else Lord, mid they know it would !, . - 1 servant of the lim.iiii:- - 11 VMTU for a man thut The Commonwealth is amazed at the conduct of those who aro would notour administration be would condemn it lighting Judge Bethurum. The letter which is being published and coiiNMcrt'd a bubbles adininis Now Mr. Kennedy saw himself a failure scattered against Judge Bethuruiii, in which an attempt is bciti" ? truti'-pel with hi, new fads and ideas on "'.'" !" .90S- ba.uisii, made, to create the impression that he requested that Lee Mcece be ineu Mr. Ken. .l Mi ilow-maknows that these net v sat to limself "I t,,,,.,., ..,1.... 1 7.' :. paroled, is another base forgery. Any one familiar at all with the ?e,,iri1! "le bar are n'l facts, and had wo been so. and sell wlnsky to women's husbands andI nl ?!! handwriting of our Circuit Judge will readily see that this is anisu shame and a disgrace, a id that does n't ? C?" " y SQy "'at other campaign trick of the opposition for campaign purposes No oxti . g'uitashe has been put didn't know '"' rt " Kennedv that the women were sill ?ness . such letter as that was ever filed with the Parole Board. The fol tine itforo the piople, do you .making a fi Hit upon whisky until they Uner "'V eeHi.Tf costntly succeeded was received liy Judge Bethurum June 24th, from the lowing leuer tlilr.wi.0 is tho right kind of a m the distr ct where Kennedy was operathuj , whK ? CI JL,ton State Board of Charities and Corrections, in answer to a letter nun '.1 be Judge of our County? was poor Kennedy out of business ogai. and the T.here written by Judge Bethurum to the said Board on June 22nd, 1921- women I very much re- Doou tl.ml: a County UJurk as sponsible for it. clean, ujiriglit anil moral as he 'June 24th, 1921. "0,ye, , would have you believe ho is: "Hon. B. J. Bethuruiii. tlio man who issues the County hands on all their throats some dav1' "in K?J.??rJ nd ' will 'get ,ny "Circuit Judge, 28th Judicial District, poor nml reyp" "P"" the nilniliil lawyer I 1 have been Commonwealth's "Somerset, Ivy. Attorney for this district for Wutlicr.,aid kno.v w.nl cuch ifcwc lor u lodging place in p'ohticul circles a, rJ? r'frd irT ' voncher is for, would sit idly by ed iu and been kicked Zl?, eIIw. e has jumn- "Re: Lee Mecce. out of everv , the pus1 five and a half years, and as huch have conducted tlio and allow such extravagance to though he can see himself being kicked w l, ,.v .? ,00,ks wd. s it "In acknowledgement of your letter of June 22nd, in which you trial of all criminal cases for the Commonwealth in the Circuit run four years .. tl without calling at Vllliril 1111)11 t Wlin state that you have been informed that there is a statement on file 1 hive tried these eases of course Court. before Judgo IMhtir- - least tho peoplo's attention, if 111 this office, purporting to have been signed by you, recommending parole for Lee Mecce, I beg to advise that no such statement is urn us the Judge, 1 thiuk that ikuow when a fair trial of a caso not the Grand Jury? No. This is " MC. ny that refill , w i,. vT l., 111 our files. I have made inquiry in the Governor's ofllee, and find is given, and iu justice to Hud he wunu their hunbl, unuil ... jch u rca c.L, ,,''S U!". thc, to make him Judge Hethurtim, whoso record is all "Tommy-rot- ." that no such statement is on file iu that ofllee. ed to bo fair do would huve call witn tlie lull power to set him down so "ow. clothed hard that hi "Your letter will be filed with the records of Miwiv nml i.m.w.i. attacked, 1 must say that ho has impressed mo throughout my ed sotno of the many twe,ve tho-M- r pormanoiit sand stars from the jar. and that will n "."n to the attention of the Committee when his case is considered. tt rut as Attorney for the Commonwealth, as beiutj neifectly improvements Kennedy as he will return to 1, s tfibute to the voters at ever " ?..wu" '"s final "reward, t0 and ever. "Very truly yours, , ,, fair and impartial and desiring to seo the law enforced iu ovoy tention. The only fo- rvour one I have Mt. Vernon. Ky. "JOSEPH P. BYKRS. W.M. Bullock caso. As liommouwenltli s Attorney 1 am bound to say that heard of his montioiiiiif,' is the July 20, 1021. "JPB ALS "Commissioner of Public Institutions." Judge Hethiirnm has given mo fair treatment, I am familiar bridge and approach ueioss Gan-leto connect with the Dixie criticism being offered in tlio Green and Mize cases with the This shows that no such letter as is being circulated has ever cniv..i.i ...,,...,,, 4lv. auaiiuiu taue .ue is no merit iu tlieso contentions. Tlio told been filed with the records iu Meeee 's case, and that none is them and I know that there that it cost Slo.ooo.oo when uow. If one had been filed and withdrawn, Mr. llyers would havelJu(1ge gave tno U8Ual instructions ill both of these cases, and the records show, and ho knevs .... .I e' IlllIKH. to hiiuwu 111 ".., '?, maue some mention of ". besides no department the juries heard and of tho cases,'. which they had thev it, that it only cost $3258.91 f Apiu-nl- desire the call your attention ,. i. th Co,,rt in connected the State Government would allow any person to McBeath ease w u. w l B Only a remark of extravagance .ago of this issue. I withdraw an original letter concerning any sort of public business! power to doi without interference of the Judgo, Jjund on another f,,,,,,,,, ? The most they do is to give copies of such letters. caiidi- of $30,741.09 to tliepsuple which date's conduct or nualification enter, I.. W. N, FLIPPIK. evcr may lie said, is at once lirand..il .""Hussion, what- was uovor spent. The letter referred to is doing the opposition 11 great deal more Commonwealths Attorney, 28 District. pass. This can ,',ot ho , ,ss, lie and let it .,"1" cI'aiKii I IK liurm'tiiuu it is doing Judgo Uethurum. It is doing the Judge no KI1UV. Mr. Iiowman has reneatedlv harm at all. The fraud is too transparent, and the trick too old to called tho "Liquor Question" in- -'trap intelligent people. to the raco. Ho is a countv officer Any judge is liable to make All the misrepresentations and charges, as well vas nil the for"- mistakes. aud has in his office up deputy venerable Judge Morrow hourd enes mat come troia tlio other side will bo met and promptly the Polico fudge of Mt. Vernon: H'lH had a wonderful advantage 1.$0 .Co"" of Ap. and in tho meantime no one will allow himself to bo. why does lie not call his attention no jiuiges ot tho Court of Appeals co,!, "L .CJ deceived by the tactics of the opposition. More of tlio samo sort l that and study over the problems in their library of rot will be peddled by them during the next four weeks. Ilepub-lieanto these faetsr He knows that it that Circuit Judg, had to'p.Iss W,,iIe pay no attention to this line of matter that the enemies of I Mt is not iny duty to I'OLICK tlio '. Heiiro his mistakes must bo Judge Uethurum will use during the few weeks remaining before) correcte b v tl. county and try them too Ho also 'lake any view of Judge Hotliurum "Kllt'r 'xrt. me primary, jnoy aro getting desperate and will do anvthing or. " TeCrd "",l ' to knows that the present ''Prohibi- eoinmendetl by ,,y , bq earth to defeat him. Hut they mistake tho mettle of tlio people. In tho first stalenient issued tion Laws" only albw mo to hold Judge Uethurum will sweep this district by tho largest majority bv 'tlm irn., mitte com- ever given u candidate, and when hq does,' this will convince tho an examining trial, by which I ("our opposition that hereafter they had better be careful in the selection could not possibly do moro than that 1. ; of 58 IVto"'" vl rovowed Now tho gtHPm; ' ..V.fJ l-- tho out cases ",nw sa'8 of their material for use in a campaign for ofllee. Somerset holdihom to tho Grand Tury. He II till 97 nnnfj.-.- ., , i.etoro tho higher court " fine t them eaehTime thov o orK J-- 1 iso knows that I iiu mouweaiUi." ' """" " "B0W lUQ truth-.-' Somerset Com, Judge Bethm am Speaks - . n I Kennedy's Treachery and false Charges Exposed A V, r. - 1 s. I r 1 ' tiju-agan- 11 '" p 1 n p d STOP, LOOK and LISTEN BEFOREYOU CROSS dyed-iu-the-b- e m-M- 1 ,,hZ K!1S ?". IZS - "iTZZrnT i, h S7 V Another Fake Letter SS JudgeFIippin ?js.! C V by'tS' 1 lfflT J t,sl 12 SSi lufi; COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY Vindicates Judge Bethurum V " " T"' wi..K fe-h- le 11 ff! I m "" y 1 1 . .... .. . .....'.. ... Getting Nearerthe Truth ZT" - f i7.:s;"S,'a,.sir-"- 1 ZZ lS A' VOTE FOR TJ 'if In Z JohnClontz FORjailer S 1 "1U? .hi-,U,' fair-iaintk- d ' ' .'" II II, I' "!! 3 " -- wajijjprr- 'ttt'j li rT WHp'r-A- 1ttmm T' awaasfws-ta- e a Better Kentucky HFor As tliirt will In tliu lsi-- XntHHH jTUTJJbbm 'a'a'a'a'al bbbbbLLH Chas. A. Youll get somewhere with a pipe and P. A.! pipe I told in ioppy rod butt tidy rid tint, hondaomo pound and half pound tin humidor t and in tho pound eryttal statm y' .i tfl. '$fc. revelation! t s,, 1 mud-slingi- CANDIDATE FOR Print Albtrt It 1 smokejoy you ever registered! and forget every smoke experience you ever had that spilled the beans! For a' jimmy pipe, packed brimful with Prince Albert, will trim any degree of Start fresh all over again at the beginning I Get a REPRESENT wish It's a of the paper before the election day to 81st District buret and Rockcastle Counties Solicits Your Vote and Influence humidor with tptngm moitttntr top. &"" thank all the people whu have npoketi woids of oiicoiiiageiiieiit, ami for the kind treatment I have received in the homes where have been. the last few days bcfoie the election, There is usually a lot of had plenty ol time to make all investigations ho be prepared for this, you have ueeded nnd to select your candidate. with malice toward none to c'0i(! ''s campaign the way I begun it " for nlL but kindest regards Your Friend S. iF. BOWMAN ng Put a pin in here! Prince Albert can't bite yout tongue or parch your throat Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process. So, just pass up any old idea you may have stored away thai; you can't smoke a pipe! We tell you that you can and just have the time of your life on every fire-u- p if you play Prince Albert ' for packing! -- L!1 PROGRAM Rockcastle County Convention of Christian Churches and Bible Schools To be held at Rose Hill Church SUNDAY VOTK POK JUKl'Sl, MSI Eld. M. G. Fish W. II. FishMiss Dessie Niceley Mrs. L. N. Bowling A. M. Hintt Clws. C. Davis Rose Hill Choir - EM Mr. II A Welsh died Monday What P. A. hands you in a pipe it will duplicate in & July 25, at his home on West Ma home-mad- e cigarette! Gee but you'll have a lot of ine St., after an 'illness of six fun rolling 'em with Prince Albert; and, it's a cinch month's. His burial took plncu in because P. A. is crimp cut and stays put! KImwojd einfcteryWeduoUv af ternoon. Funeral services wnro conducted at the grave by Father Seliulte. of Richmond, Ky. Mr. Welsh was born in South Tunnel, Copjrrltlt 1021 by ft. J. Reynold Tenn 38 years ago July 26, I92I Tobacco Co. Wlnlton-Silewould have ho mi his 29th wed' N.C. the national joy smoke ding utniivcrs.arv.Hemirricd Miss Celia Dolan of Pinohill, Kv. and WANTED. -- A small che-lived practically all cf his mar farm in Rockcastlo county or surYOUR ried life in Mc. Vernon. rounding county with some Air. Welsh was in the employ creek bottom land. Write D. of the W. J. Sparks Co. for tho Campbell) i?45 W. 12th st. pnsl,24 years. He was efficient GRADUALLY Davenport, Iowa and faithful in the performance of his duties, and was well liked by Several hundred dollars worth all whocainu in contact with him. Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if More of land notes to trade for a good He was a Maccaboo and a mem auto. Make offer. Theo Pigg, Women Knew About CarJui They Would Be Spared ber of the Catholic Church Ho is 33-- " Livingston, Ky Much Sickness and Worry. survived by his wife; threo dau- Fringe Albert SLIPPING? p IS HEALTH ghters, Mrs. Matthew Finzol, of Stanford, Misses Marguerite and Catherine Welsh; a brother, Mr. John Welsn of Columb-i- O and two sistors, Mr J. IJ. Vowels, of Middleoboro, and Mrs. W. F. Linton of Louisville. Those who attended the funer al. from out of town were Mrs. J. K. Vcmuts, Mis. J. W. Caswell. Mr- -. W. R I.inton, Mrs Jilte Holl-en- , Misse-- . Roso and Madge Dolan of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Fmzeland Mr. Robt. Fenel, of Stanford and Mr. and Mrs. John Hilton, of Pinohill. s Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Pedee, 9: 45 President's Welcome Address .. 10:00 The Bible School und the Child 10:10 Discusiion 1020 The Bible School and the Youth 10:30 10:40 Discussion The Bible School and the Adult 9.30 Devotional Service conducted by I couldn't rest well just lifeless. at night and was . . . SHOCKING. j Earl Phillips THE SOLDItiK for HOY 1050 1 1:00 Discusiion The How und Why of Speciul Music "Rellgous Co operation 11:15 11:20 Education, the Greater Present Need", 1150 Ncal K. McGownn Call and School Reiwrts. Appointment of Committees, Roll Offering. 1IANKF.T CLERK REPUBLICAN COUNTY PRIMARY 6, 1921 IHNXKII Hi is August 1. 1- Business Session. All Committees report except future Clms.C Davis work. Secretary's Report 2: 10 Leader in the Locul Church Mrs. Geo. Payne Adress 15 minutes Dr. W. E. Gravely Conference 15 minutes - 30 40 Devotional Service , IN THE STREET. account of how she recovered her strength, having realized that she was actually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing In the world, and when you feel that gradually slipping away from you, you certainly sit up and take notice. That is what I did some time ago whon I found myself in a very nervous, condition of health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless I could hardly go at alt. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would feel so weak I would have to set It down before I felt like I could lilt it to the shelf. In this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost impossible to accomplish. "I was . . . nervous and easily upset. run-do- "I heard of Cardul and after reading I decided I had some female trouble that was pulling mc down. I sent for Cardul and began it--. . "In a very short while after I began the Cardui Home Treatment I saw an Improvement and it wasn't long until I was all right-g- ood appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so that I easily did my housework. "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a ionic. lean recommend Cardui and glad ly do so, for if more women knew, it would save a great deal of worry and 6ickness." The enthusiastic praise of thousands ol other women who have found Cardul helpful should convince you that it is worm trying. All druggists sell it J. 78 nobur htraiht and hornet 31 yuais old and fully qualified for the otlice Has neither ht'ld or asked for any comity ollico before nitlio, was born nnd raised in tho eoiinty. Gwendolyn You say deorse ! clerk In a corset shop; doing whatt Trlxio ddlne flgurei. ' Rev. H.N. Burnett minutes Conference 15 minutes Neal K. McGownn 3: 10 On the Job in the County 3: 40 Report of Future Work Committee. General Discussion und Adjournment. and subjects. This program Is subject to change in speakers in the county isurtled to send Each Church and Bible School ja many delegates as possible Diid a written report. 2: 40 Sliould the Christian Tithe? 15 Address lie World office. was h soldier in the Into War and needs tho I hear you tooic a outing lust Sunday, I suppose you enjoyed It to tho full? "Woll, what of It? I paid my own One, ao it's nobody's buslncsk." Hev. Oooder lit-ti- n COME AND BBJMI A hVhl BANdiT. LET'S TRY HIM A Real Bargain for Owners of Small Cars E E? II ' Why Deposit Your Money Cold in the Head ns an apute attack of NaSsl Uat-arr- In This Bank Because it is YOU K homo bank. Becnuse ita oukera uud directors are all borne people tire all known to you, AND AttE YOUR F1UEND3. Because your f rinds are more vitally iuterested in YOUU welfare tliau othera can possibly bo. Because the bank is conducted on safe and souud business principles, and takes uo chances with other people a money. Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you 91000.oo Floyd Miller, Cashier Thoso subject to frcnuent "colds in tho head" will find that tho U!,o of HALL'S CATARRH MRDICINK will build up tho Systom, e'eanso tho Blood uud render them less liablo to colds Repeated attacks of Acuto Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh HALL'S CATARRH MI2DI CINK is taken iuternally uud ucts through tho Blood on tho Mu- cous Surfaces of the System, tjnis reducnsjtlie luflqmutlon andro- Moring normal conditions. All druggists nM I C )o five years nearly 5,000,000 of these popular 30 x VA inch Goodyear non-ski- d tires have gone into service. More than a million of them arc in use today. Nowyou can buy these tircs,ofbigsi:e,strong g construction, and treads, at the same price you are asked to pay for unknown brands. Why take a chance on unknown tires, when you can get Goodyear quality at as low a price? See your Goodyear Service Station Dealer today. long-wearin- In the past $1325 SO w $325 The Goodyear Tire & Rudder Company Jli Rtflir Ti.bt J0 x Jli I,.., Toutut T. $255 Oflicti Throughout the World I',J.Chenoy& Co Circulars free. , Toledo Ohio g o vas . U.O.Biiker, PreMeut Peoples Bank Capital SSOfOOO.oo Surplus C. C WILLIAMS . ornay . A tt 51t. Vernon, Ky. Will uractlue In nil tho Courti, at Law btntc uud 1'edtTul, Offlce on Church Stieet Garage Rockcastle Ky. Mt. Vernon, i iij.ii vji' u oiv r'i'-ji- JtlLAlnvj imJ" I ! Yoii Never TIRE either5-o- f Get Your Dollar's Worth by Accident selection ii not easy in these days of so differenmakes. "us Th tire user and the tire merchant are both in thetsaJtie boat. Quality is the only thing that gets anywhere. twenty-nin- e G&J Tires have had a yeaiTdccept-anc- e 1 1 t on the part of the American mote: isi. They protect 'the'interests of our customers. They back up our own personal reputation. People know what they-arand what they stand for. G&J Tires and Tubes deliver economy year in and year' out. If good business means .the same thing as good "' service, then., representing G&J is the right thing e will issue Quito ft numbor of Mt. Vernon support of tho people wont to llrodheiiii Mon-diifur Hand Day. Tlio little Farmer's hotter Si'p S 1 f 200 bred bums and owes nndt of Mrodhoad Ii id tdtoii on (n'tn pine 2,0110 high yrnl- - sboop to ho tic nil" (if a mi'trnp IK n.ul hI lit'Hl b the Louisville Live Stock Suettiod plo.l.iod with the pr igni-i Kxchango mid tho Kentucky which "wis givon at li hy the boy. A rnin I'urc Bred live stock Association at tho Hourhoti Stock yards cum e up mid Inlarfercd wltll the August 11. Annoui'ccmetit that bill J'lllin, In thn nfinrnnon, hill lie Governor would mini tins the crowd took ref itfci in the notion wns rccoived in U lottor grand stao.l swul listened to the Ironi Gvornor Monow ti W, R, delightful music furnished hy Roll, president o' the Exchange. the bind. A s hi of Joe Win. Full sjpp irt f.ir thn ontire'hettor Vtinlf, of Splni, win the luukv now Ford cm bred meat rinimnl campaign wns recipient of tli p'edged by tlio Co ruor in his tlmt wis uH'cn 'i vi loniuiitnlcatinn to Mr Bill. One of the greatest usssts that Gcvornnr Morrow is expected lias eoni'i bi'c.iusu of prohibition to issue hU proclamation within is the foul tlmt the young boys tlio next two weeks. aru tint learning to drink. of llii'in absolutely ivfu$n to try to cultivate u liquor up HIS FIELD IS UNLIMITED. petito on hnir tonic, shoo pnlMi, varnish, or mnnishiii" made with WouWIHT.PW "f of Ivo. pMs in it l.irgo p.rcenVuji ivy, tobacco mid .strychnine Ouly ft ior(m with an 'entire lack of tvspect for Ins interior fools with tlmt sort of stuff verv :o.ig Gofornor Morrow in n proclamation v ictContMiMl5IuidJi3 CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ' Mothers Know That -- 5 :hti JSfl -- AiriuTVMisralionlarAl-- , il:C-AXrA L.u&m ;. ntinr.-- n Genuine Castoria 1 PEH OEKT. bvRrfull-- H . :Bl1natte5ttSdhii!dgi -j .Always gearg 6 01 '',' ii SPSSu5!ffl Signature cffulncjsana-"- Th-mo- .K2SKSS5I 38 Bunenu. nu jMZtwmsAxaw' Jhmtki tll'l 01 Ail I" Use For Over : 13 E( iiu'i :c.5! .Bi ki'.'n1 !?2l'."S4 1 nrtnmmr &tkfwtrtmiknf srs?" ft - t I I for uslo do: ... .,(... -t I WE SELL AND fr-- RECOMMEND GJ TUBE Tho letter in' last Th tame Cupid (hut officiate! 1b endorsing (Mrs. the parlor doe; business In tbs weeks issue kitebaa. I.i lin Wn.v Cooper for County Court. Clerk slu.uld havt- - Imnn ,, OSES DO LLARSAVKDREPRK... n ,, lor j itsdtofroflwnmw1racSinitoS'jniSL. t 3KKP "TfiSorSusP. 2M5 'ImmiS in ..f.r.,H7onieirffbf v j lA1 A CorrecHon r7k f.u J6S. Thirty Years -' SENT-- TKN DOLLARS HARM- ,:,,....j.,,. n A ,.,,, '' h ii , ' CASTORIA Twi Exact Copy of Wrapper. cfTu coMAr, ntw roan CITY. CASS'S GARAGE Ii ' RM'.ar .. . TIRES FABRIC AND GORDS , -- llfsliinlni at the low ean east of Oaan Price's, with the county road toL Dry Fork Creek, with aald creek to Sand' ORDERS OF THE R00K0A8) Spnn(rat tlience with the road to Walxl I; thence lth the 31 L. Vvrnoii CASTLE qOUNTY COURT and Soiaeriet road to tho 1'ulanki JUNE TERM 1020. county lincj with the county line to the 'fo the Republican voters, Siiicr tlir Wonifii ure i;nt(tktl Ui ote. I illicit line and with the I'miL-- prvclnct . ' My "lend'' and . 11 (Mfnuir iu't-r10 the line to the lxVinninr. TI.e lotlnhbuM Die Umhilarir Uru Hi to W hi thJMcliiity of the old liulkak jQ All Whom It May Concom:- otiK; mill. folluua: LaHsi Sonio lime ago, Mr. John S. No. in. Browns No. 1. Emit Nft. Vernon Beginning at the Mt. Vernon and ileltoti rttitl myself eaimcd to hi (In! 0I1I prifinct rant Tliut Krtioii of road near Steggs Creek old of tlir HKv rnil, the line running SointTM-- t throuli tlie court lioii8i',,lill. utioiid church home; with the county road publishod in the column of (ho. . Spiro II, O. Cable's idace. tlttowa. Mt.' ViiriioiLSignal, a letter sU- tvia to the Lincoln cnuiitr line; thence round Vn. 2. South Mt. Vernon That Hrtion of tin- - uM Kat .Mt. to Vatl; thence with the Mt. Vernon ing that wo waro supporting Mr, Vrrnon prrclnct miiith of the atatc riiml and SoinerxM road; thence uitli said U. I.. LaiiKford for ShorilT and iiiclmlin); tin-- Tom Klrliy faxni, the line rood to thn beginning. The voting lio.: l for alio ill thei vicinity of Quail opposing Dave Ulark runniii); tlirmijjh the routt hoiuo hall to he l'ot Oirice. same offii.0. rut ami w't. Nci. 111. Bontk Brodhead, . , So. 3. Wat Mt. Vrnoan Siiine1 as the angtilal 'Ixiundaiy. I have been asked by several That Mirtioii of tbe uhl Wet Mt. cept that portion cut intil IlruiYnn preVernon privintf, wmt.of the atitte roaif. people why I am against Clark rinct. Xi. 4. North MtMrraon No. 20. North Brodhead is I had made tho race with That jMirtioh at the old Wcat.Mt. Same as the original Ixnindary. Vernon north oftlie pld'atato road. Tho him four years ago. Now for No. 'il. Fine Hill utiiif place for each of the alwe Same aa the original laiumlarv. the benefit of all those who till In- - ill the court house. Copy Attest S. F. Hon man, C. k It. It. No. .'1. Ronudataa want to know: Same a the original, except that por thin cut into new .ScatloM Cane. Pour years ngo there were, So. (1. New SoaSold Can ' to start with, three candidates lcKiiiiiiiij at the 'MadUon County line a the John Wuddel place runnlnjr with Mr. and Mrn. Moso Mullins of for Sheriff, 'Dav'o Clark, Tip the road down little Clear Creek to the lloone Cap and the ScalfoM Cane road, Cruise wero the guost of their Langford and myself. I had near K. C. Illair'a lilacv, inrludint; him; daughtor Mrs. Melvin Burnett myself as 11 ctndidute tin nee a Htrai(ht fine to the Jim Saturday night and Sunday. Mr for Inch Sheriff, Clark, and lilac 0. ilicliiillni' it: thenea tralht line lodeorKe KetrOx'a'plare, and Mrs John Bullock and little Langford had also announced, liR'liidini; it; thence uith county road, F0lt BKIMIKSENTATIVK are with Mrs. darks' friends, together with inrludiiiK (1. W. Ilaker'a place and the son of Livingston HlduW Ainhroxe place to Krauk Ander liullock's parents Rev. and Mis. some of mine asked us (Ciark kluV iiliid', lucluuiiiu IiIh farm: thence .1 1 ) to make the race to John F I'iig atrali'lit Hue to Dillard Grillith nlaoe. V. D. Mullins. Mrs. Otto Mul and InNiidinj it: thenco a utraiidit lino to tins was the guost of Gardie gethor against Langford. Wo Zrk lliU'a place. IncludliiL' iti thenco Mullins Sunduy. Mr. and Mrs. consented. A written contract to Strong (.'add place, including It; im eluding J. iS. (ladd'a place; thence to, the Kmmctt Mullins wero tho guest vas made stating- - that Clark Moses Carter n Sebe (ladd place. Including it; thence a atraight line to J. ii. Ilulllir, Jr., place, of Mrs Mttlliiis' parents Mr. and shonld bead tho ticket and John ineludiiiK it; thence to W.'ll. I.lnville'a Mrs. Albert Allen of Cooksburg j Helton and myself should bo place, including;' bia farm; thence to the Mr the deputies. Hitch man of us Tom Viarx plaue,'inclulinj; It; thence to Saturday night and Sunday. W. Jf. MteplieM place, Including It; Sherman Swiuford of Disputants wns to pay a third of all costof Charles A. Chandler, thence to the Ike Todd place, including It; thence uitll Dixie Highway to the has moved his family here tem mskiug the race and be oqual tiiiniilnjr, Ijirludiuj,' the Caulleld place. porarily and Mr Swiuford is partners in tho proceeds of the The voting nlacp Jo to ocur,the b'calfold teaching tho Ked Hill school and of&co in cuso wo were successful. Churcli I louse. Cane Xo. 7 Tho Taa Yard Precinct his son is teaching; Cave Ridge It was further,-agreethat if Alex McWhorter That jiortiou of the old Tan Yard pre- school,- - Estell Mullins was iu wo were defeated 1 should head cinct, the line running with the Xiw Scatfuld Cane precinct. Livingston between trains Sun- the ticket (our yeifrs from that No. . Wildl day. -- Elmor Mullins is very sick time, and Clark and Helton were Same an the original boundary. FOR CIRCUIT JU1KJH No. U. Power! ' witii typnoid lover, ur.'i'onniuu- - to bo niv deputies, About two 8aine a the original boundary, I ton of Mt. Vernon is thcattend wtcUa before the primary elec- II O Kennedy No. 10. Orlando Same oa the original boundary. physician. Oobord of tion Clark asked us to put In Jess ing No. 11, Crooked Creek Mt, Vernon',' cundidata for Cir- - 'J00.oo for campaign expenses, Same aa the ordinal boundary. No. 12. Red Hill oult Court Clerk was tn this part which wns $800.00 apiece for I I Same aa the oripllul boundury. Monday in the iutorest of his oi u.. 1 went along cximcU U. J. Uclliuiiim No. 13. Eaat Llving'too That portion of the old Livinaton candidacy. Mr. Dobord will ing Mr. Clark to stand to his eaat of the old state road. Tlio speak at the Durham school agreement. After he had an voting place to lie in Livingston. No. 14. West UTlnRston hdtiso. Monday night August 1st. nounced himself as a candidate That portion of the "Id LlvVntfaton Sovoral of thouoys from this Union, ue eauiu tu mo and tried Foil (MMIUlT C0UUT M.EIIK of the old state road. The precinct ucxt voting place, to bo in Livingston. j I place, have gouo to llernstadt to to explain his reasons for violat No. 15. East rork Ball work. J. F. Van hook of Mt. ing his written agreement with T. J. Ilfglnnliig at the mouth of Skeggs Creek) thenco up the river to luoutli of Vernon was with tho merchants mo, baying that parties had told a llraiu-li- ; thenco with the branch of ttts place Friday. --1 Mr. aud hiui I would not bo in politico any e and county road ti tko top of road to the Vomer of Jess Den MrsrTom Baker wito tho guests mora and Unit a part of tho Jesse M. Dobord ley's field; thence' a straight line to of Mr. and Mrs. Estell Mullins County officials had called him' the Will (lentrv nlace on the Kast Fork Mr. George -- Vajnt of up and told him, the night of. iho thence with' the county road to bunday, Creek: top of the hill at the low gapt thence Wildie was horo a few days last general olocttou, Nov. 1117, .that with the county jr6ail, running hy the j they wore lor him for Sheriff tho Bill Davis new l'isgah Cluirili House, Intersecting week doing dental work. - Miss road and with said road to RussieMiillins was tho guest of hoxt'iime, and that' it was .his tlu county time, Ho sold they congratulated Skegga Creek near the David Cromer old mill thence felttt the creek to tho hen cousins Mtssos Mary pnd mm uu nie wuy joiiueita pro-ctn- ot beginning. The voting place to lie near Eliza Mullins Sunday, Mrs. 'J uio had gone and Clark said to the mouth of the Sight Uraiich. fiakor was tho guost of her mo,'"Of course 1 was working No. 16. Pona;olrri That portion of the 'Old Walnut Grove mother Mrs. Mattio Mnllios Sun- for myself." . Ilf glniilng ' at the David precinct. When I ,put my ' hard - earned Surah A. Mullins Cromer old mill and funning with the day night. it lountv road to theIIa,nforil road, near was tho guest oi her son Estell money in' a fund to holp elect a the churcli house; 'thepce with the line man and ho violates ovory confithat now divides Bfowns and Walnut Mullins Saturday night and bun dence and a written contract.! Tho" voting place to bo Grove precincts, i' at I'ongo. cannot und 'vill not support him. ,' No. 17. Bullock o T .. an ff county ED. Tho average man doc! not savo to exceed ton per oH tf Ins earnings, tie must h,iciki nine dollars in Ii villi;" oxponscs fo every dollar saved Tint IipIiir thee se no ciiinot - ton rirurm unnecessary rxponse. ul.out Very often a few cents proporly imosted, like buying seed for his garden, will savo several dollars otit'av later on. It is the snuie In buying Cliamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It ,11 id a bot costs but 1 fou".-onts- , of it in the house often saves tle Wjldio, Ky, a doctor's bill of several dollars. July 28, I921 I A DENIAL in the Siznnl. contained a lottor headed Conwiy Kentu.-ky- , oigned by I. A U on Inrsing .nid also stating tint siud I) A. Kiddle was going to vote for Mrs. Llii May Coop, or I wih t ) tnte iuhlicly that tint 'olti-- wa a forgery. I also wish to affirm tint I am entirely Ignorant as to its source and nioiviing, and did notjSign such a d-- dle r Last woolcs issue Vote for Mrs. Cooper FOR letter. Ii. A Riddle. COUNTY CLERK COURT IIEPUIILICAX PKIHAHY, SATUKDAX, AUU. C, 1921 ' "VOTE FOR -- - Saylor for Jailer ISOM G. her for more than twenty" years and1 sho ul and not trying to deceive any one. One of tho best women in vthe county. Dear voters jyou will maka no mistake in voting for her, she will ltop the office clean and keep your records' correct. The Bible say help the widows and orphans--, lets help them. Dear mothers and women help elect this woman for she is well qtialilied to do tho work and will bo an example of honor la the offic.) for our children to go by. We need a good woman in the x Court House. .. 1,. 1 know it will help our party to have her there. She is a Republican and just what she professes to be. She is not rich llko her nnnnncnts sav she Is. That is their electioneering schemes. Hoping this will help her to explain t tho people that- - she Is just u hat she says she is. I remain a ttue Republican of Rockcastle county. Oscar Rice. Adv. I have known '" ''" 1 WITHERS Sample BALLOT FOR COUNTY JUDGE Cam Mullins FOU First District JAILER I I I.in-ill- e For Educational Purposes FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR Rev. W. M. ... . J. C. Howard Durham ' '... J I I Loo Ward . jJ D John Clout. I I Joe Wilson '..... VV. ...'.CD . S. F. Ilowman. ... .. 11. Live'say ,.'D a a 1 FOIt SHK1MFF L. Langford . V, V.. MtN'ow n n FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE First District. W. M. Hnnsrl .:.: ::.d' LoEitn Arn-il- Isom Saylor DnveCliirk ; Mrs ,. D e-- a John Ronnor a a . ;: Moiiroo M. Miller.',., .-- .... JohnTuylor I;..?.... -- .v. EI'. -" D Tom Taylor B COUNTY COURT CI.EIIK W. A. Cromer '.ZZ-- Sand-ridg- a . D V( M. Arnold . ,..:. j a 1 1 D a- W. B. Sigtnon. - FOR CONSTABLE First District "i T. J. Nicoloy . Ellen Prico D Rarl.Phillips 1 n a n D - iYV".T u j. W. McGinnis. Q. , ..- "oi'i'i" a - R. E. Fredericks .'. ;.,a D 1 :.::.'. Lolia May Coopor a 'fii jw j tTIAJ K. J.jMcKiuney Children Ory. FOR FLETCHER'S : a. iiimp jt5 if-- ls.4i '' k j, s. ),--V . -- - ) 'Ynrifried,j -- Mose'McNow. t'i '."