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VERNOW, "ROCKCASTLE CQTO XJ, KT., (230.000) railroad &1Q$, JAOTARY 24. 1 191 9 NUMBER 17 two hundred and thirty thousand I employeetria YOU WOMEN i 1 . the South have taken the pledge. to do their best to work these seven days 'without getting hart 1 themselves or being the cause of 11 ;j ' another's injury. This plan was tried out by the Central of GeorgfcFt&aUroad'-i- n ""- December with, such, sTgnalirac-ces- s that RegionaftDirector 3in?; chell decided-textend "No. Accident Week"to all railroads under-o GOMEON WE HAVE . in the South The psychological effect oiTthe railroad . .workers 4t is believed will give great impetus to the and thereby benefit movement the railroad service and, the pub --- Federal control .1 f FOR YOU A PAIR or law : w . Coats at less than half price had better get busy ' Women all over this country are taking advantage of this, . Who expected to buy COAT SALE i and especially the women '. who know bargains. You can't make a bad selection, as we haven't You. . an undesirable pattern in the whole lot cant help but' get .a bargain, as every coat we, have. is cut to. less than half ' 'I EN DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THIS SALE IS OFF AND EXPECT TO BUY COATSAT THESE PRICES - SUTTN & McBEE a I MT.VERNON KENTUCKY the B'RODHEAD enter Eastern the Normal Mr David Masters, who receat-l-y moved his lamily from Corbin to Gum Sulphur, bought a lot in Gum Sulphur and 52 acres of land near by, from A. 0. Taylor fon$l2oo. Mrs. J. W. Tate has been quite ill for the past several days. U. H. Frith, who had the flu a week or more ago, is suffering from a serious attack of lheumatism. A. M. Hiatt was m Danville Tuesday J. W. Tate department of Kentucky State Monday. Eld. J. W. Masters is holding a few days revival at Chesnut Ridge School House "about two miles from here. The Rev. A. J Pike, a recent flu sufferer, is some better we are glad to say, and will soon be out again Normal SAFETY WEEK details for staging "No Accident Week" Danuary 6 inclusive, have been decided upon by the safety of railroads in the Southern Region, according to announcement from the offices of the Railroad Administration today. Complete 20-2repe-sentatives wasjin Indianapolis several days last week buying repairs for bis hie w saw and planing mill. JSrack Durham, of Jackson, was here during the week the guest of O.- - K. Cass . J. B Frith (Gov.), who was badly crippled in a fall from a freight trail on which he was braking, made a settlement with the Rail Roaid Company a few days ago receiving $2o7s.oo. The surviv inglf heirs of the late" Preston Over bey sold the old homestead onegro Creek to J. N. Mario w and?M. A. Stevens the first of tbelweek for $1700. Mrs. Eliza bet'iBiil, who has been with relatives in Indiana for the past several greeks, returned home thelfirjillof- - the week. Oscar Mcifeife:wkk6, been with the AnSrioan Expeditionary Forces in Erance arrived here Tuesday; hangv beea .finally discharged Mr. C. fl Supervisor Anderson, Regional d of Safety has .con.-ferre- with about thirty safety officials of the various lines, the meeting having been held in his office in the Healey Build- 1qi8, when ing. ing an enormous population 'of high class industrial Workers' is said to be causing unusual interest in every city and town in the South. The "No Accident Veek" was determined upon by Mr. B. L. Winchell, Regional Director of Railroads, who believes that the cause of safety among railroad men 'and the public' generally may receive a material impetus as a result of it. The humanitarian value of the plan of Regional Director B. L Winchell to institute a'"NoAc cident Week" among all railroad employees of the South com mene ing January 20 is strikingly shown by a report j ust compiled by the Regional Supervisor of l&afety. showing the extent to which railroad workers are killed or injured each month in the performance of their duties. Dunug the month of August, K of January 19, approximately two hundred . and thirty thousand (230,000) railroad men South of the Ohio .(': and East of the Mississippi rivers will have signed a pledge .to go seven days, i( possible, without t sustaining a personal injury. if"? , j The week beginning January LESS 20 has been designated by the Regional Director of Railroads as "No Accident Week" andaccord-into a statement issued today by C. M.' Anderson, Regional Supervisor of Safety, Southern Region, the lines under his jurisI Blue Front Opposite the Court House diction approximately total thirty six thousand (36,000) miles with S two hundred and thirty thousand (230,000) men-an- d women on the' 4. yvYTvr payrolls Back of this army .of industrial and do some shopping Ben Mrs. O R. Foley and children are Deboe died at her home near workers, who. have, .decided to has moved to his property visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster Saturday and was eliminate personal injuries, are that he purchased'on Main street. James McGuire. brought . to Poplar Grove for three hundred and fifty safety Thomas 'Jprtes, whom the flu bnral. She .leaves six children Committees, composed of both had, oc who' had, the flu, is at his and a number of relatives to officers and employees working post ajrain. W.N Riggs, w,ho has mourn her death. Logue Goffe under regulations jecj3betby beeaxftn-ife- e Mr,and-"Mrs- . .sick lisV-JfBorne W.flOwenSr lis vjusk recovering from an at the United States Railroad Ad- time, is slowly improving. J. W. ahd family spent Sunday with tack ot the flu. Mr. and Mrs. ministration.' Baker, of Mt. yernon, was in our Mr. and Mrs, D L DJlingham, W. H. Cummins and family were guests of Mr and Mrs Columbus According to the employees town Sunday between trains. of Quail. Miss Susie Cummins Metcalf, oE the Ottawa section. themselves, who are taking-- Mrs. . L. Cockerell and little spent Saturday night at the home Miss Dorothy Owens entertained keen interest in it, says Mr. An- son, Brown, were in London be- of her brother, W.H. Cummins, a few of her friends Saturday derson. Married, Mr. Rnssel Albright, evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'No Accident Week" is tween trains, Monday. - Mrs. Thomas Noris "is visiting in Paris son of Ben Albright and Miss Thompson spent Sunday night bound to give a big impetus to with her sister, Mrs. their safety work. The test is this week. Mrs.. George Smith Florence Major, daughter of Joe Thompson. Miss Dorothy Frances Owens something concrete- - something j has returned from Corbin, after a Major on January 16 These are was the guest of Miss Grace which may attain definitely as a few days visit with relatives. splendid young people and have Thompson Sunday afternoon. result of their efforts. .This is L.M. Oliver has moved his family a host of friend whe extend concausing rivalry among the roads to Paris, where he will make bis gratulations. Joe, the little son I and the men say that the psycho future home. E. B. Owens has of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Herrin is logical effect upon the rank and moved into the property vacated suffering from a broken arm. For Infants and Children We understand Mr. and Mrs. Dault King spent In Use For Over 30 Years file of employees of being thus hy L: Oliver. placed upon their mettle.fogeth- - tQat James D. Black wih be a can Sunday and Monday with her Always bears the er wtth'the knowledge that even didate for Governor .and we ar parents, Mr., and Mrs. W. H. Signature of for a week, they may prevent ac satisfied as to the nomination. Owens at this place Mrs. Laura tual suffering; or grief to .any rHMMM number of employees or makes "No Accident -- lic. By the afternoon Men's Shoes I i-i- SO S2 PAIR PER NO iSfrrsi NO MORE g W.F.BAKER i Hel-lard The y ixr WIL'LAI'LLA or a -- CASTOR A Gta&&Mfai their-familie- s Week" well worth while. Daily reports will' be compiled by telegraph of progress made on every railroad in the South so, that every employee will be advised as to what is Tbeing ac-- , ' comphshed. LIVIR&STON Judge Summers, whV-hasbeen confined 'to his room for about two is about able to ,be out again. Walter Bro.wning, of Stanford, is visiting, relatives here. " Wt-ek- s, -- I I M 3(A rrxtrrrcrn ill j ImWskmmimkMmWU n v t! B J fl mmmmmmmmmmmMftmSiiK J Sl U Wkt few "'! ll 1 thf Railroad Admin develops that the roads in this jurisdiction have in the aggregate, approximately two hundred and thirty thousand 0(230,-000- ) employes and that each employee is going to be asked to individually dq. - his utmost It during seven days to keepfrom.lbeing injured! him- of-- sen. or oemgr ine cause. 01 injur froS'firther servi.rtere-wm1?,aIfS1,eIoye4tke-'Ohri- a - be Mgster services:' at tiai.jh'rch Siday mornfanfl eveHfby tb pastor, BldTL'N BowIb.- - --Bwybody invited to attW4boeWvIees.'-Mrs- . S:S. Purem; Jier home ner. OtwrnicTkuraiay afternoon after dilt f v-- antok-o15 j railroad Tatiienza flowed jnerell betw umo or. uymnawwB. utatuw jrci uui ,woracersoitn, - a number or 'East of the . Mississippi rivers km 'Mftvesand a host of relatives whe 'Will jnotbe "watching his if-'a- y iBuiletlng, rallieaf, pic- ture exhftiU, 'of' an educational iifu re personal "appeals "and niahy'bther forms of getting in to dose, touch "Witb all employees wilbe. utihze aid it is 'estimated that before January I9, ot--i- n istration, bad. just organized, the Safety Section in the interest of making safe the lives of the great army ot railroad workers, approximately forty-fiv(45) .em ployees were killed and , two thousand one hundred V (2tloo) werecinjured on the railroads' of. .the Southern Reeion. At th6 close,: of November 4 the latest monh fQr whjch,the figures are avgilibief tthese fa.taij;es bad "beeni: reduced to approximately, ihirty ope 3M thoutandtwo hundred (100) m. e " oj JSnoxville, Teun.,. has been visitingjfier sister, Mrs. E. L. CockrelliliCiss Marie Ram bo and brother, Willie, were at home Sunday frdm school at StanfrJrd.-rA.W.Bour- nei of Paris who was. once out agent, .was here Tuesday. The Holiness .people are holdings a revival-- uptown, thewatch inspector; bjere TuesdayVMrs. G.-- S was" Grlffiri and-- . childrsm 'have, re., Mrs., James-Davis,- . JpHui-4)i- jhi" . "nilUliiiiiiii 3UIUUUpHMlittUUMllliiill 'iiHLiil ifflBBilillllilllllljiiil wliifUiujSiwiA "fiJjJMR llHNHMlllnliffllHIlllliJiiHnI lilt V ? t turned irom" .4id :while jthere visit e&tbe' old howe- place I near ;huckeye. 'theyiare 'thiakmg.ofirefeii'ninf .4kere;Mt the ;Mt.-5Veruo- ' " II i LfflMBy HIhbBhH 'vuMMmBnMHwiiliilliiiilHit wKOw '19HHM1huP 1H1m9 ffl lilllnfflU mr x $, A hearutureto MrQprn.vtoie wifebf'W.asklg4eV6-,--fiogieli: ifffjii"t-- i - jured." The$e figures;, include'. city uniysempioyees. anaap.noi.taiie Yer, 6l 4Dickilimrfc Ly. fuifipE. tleir Th' ;wiu m & y ! A;plf- Hl-Ho- tt, into consideration the'large" num. ber of trespassersL - roefchkni..TsdiHibrt and o M jsj-ui- t .- ui.rar.jr:FSi"rf5?-.t:;.-.-ir'f- WiacOitac.aMiWiihvr 70XJ canVhelp cutting loose jous QHKlllilir' 1 remarks every time you flush your tmokesoot with Prince. Albert-jofair and square. It's ascuttle full of jimmy , nine arni cieiurette mM's sunshine and as satisfy- 'r a t -r1ncf' If is ftalicrhffiil lvtv Yirmr ot the rwentv-iousJLXfsjnever too Jate. to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastur- e! to give you more For, P. A. is trigger-ready tobacco, fun than you ever had in your smokecareer. IHfll 1 iU Ik. r m Tl -- -- t. . 1. .wo a .-- FuiK: ('iL. ui, u.wt.wrety- -o a.. p:.,tKMovW te&M&&kyZ pwj.m.iwwj i r taai--WM rawtcker e "9;Thmt's because t that-P- oeuiioB .01 irattenrtoderaooatwrte-J.bjtysr- w q,uiius wia T tJ.l.si, PiWXiefe"4SNth -- Belle Hec- - step" and' aveidisg 'personal Awweai' nca ' aiovtito LwtjRtoQ.llMw-b- it down .nor.biteyour tongue or parch your throat. did For, our exclusive patented process .2 AncJiine ver will I Jguts out bite ,and parch. Try it forwhat ails jour.tonguel Quick, as you know Prince Albert you'll write it has the quality. . jA. mmii iliUKj great trafcerd;to.ikatdivika-M'T- :coy,ering as jeouwnaii -- it """"W! "" wijLiovuu ,aaFnue of jndusteial.workera c4nbtmatMlP t L ' ,'. i." T" indrM El (&& 'h . - ,f hivr ri: .L! - V- - Twvl.frf hmra, itdy rtd tmti fum&ome pemtd amd hmtf mtmi 1st hmtimrB "tmd that cheer, practical pommd eryttal giatw Awmirfor with th tabocc m amch perfect eaaakfn. iwiitWMf tmp that hp K J. RynoWa ToUcco .Company, t WL-oo-S- al, N. - Kr & " 'A -- ?.- rjt. l'-X -- H A- - ,J l.ii.! -- '.' MkVernon Signal Friday, Jan. 24, 1919 by 9! ioase xil Henry Wirz, tried by court martial cuted after the Civil cruelties" suffered by manded- - 'V3t:C " x .?- .- - JVS who was rv" u "t af- "1 - - - -- Published every Friday EDGAR S. ALBRIChl. SUBSCRIPTION OVB YEAR and exe War for Northern p isontrsin.tne camp .he com at Andersonille, Ga al . $1.0 Advertising rates maae known on application MEMBER OP Y PRES S SSOCIATION KNTUCK mt im., The letter of Jugde Bethurum published ia these columns two weeks ago, has caused much c5m; ment. The article was very timely and we believe will result in much good toward wiping out the dastardly evil which has so imperiled our town and county so long. The whisky tramc is the worst evil the country has to, face and the bootlegger is the hardest violator of the; law to convict. He picks his man to sell, to and once the is made it is the hardest problem yet, to extract from that man who buys, just where and from whom he made the purchase. When the jury is selected to try the case Dick, Tom or Harrv. who are op posed to whiskey and would con v'icr, "either- manage, to. .get ex cused from the jury or they are -e several Tne .Courier-Journmonths ago suggested that ihei f Wirz case might well serve as a precedent-fo- r the punishmeut f individual Germans who trans gressed the laws of war. Capt. Henry Wirz was the com maudanl of the Anderson viii prison camp He Was by biith German, .but was regularly i the Confederate service. Neatly six months after the war ende he was tried for '"violation of the laws of wor'"by a military commission, which pronounced him guilty of conspiring "maliciously, traitorously and in violation f the lawk joi. war to impair and inj'ira"the health and to destroy --- I ix "bXi o Sa (ft ;1 til tiiKi Children Cry for Fletcher's I TV1 4 4 TV7TV. 4 4 KTTV4. 1e ! WILL ON The Kind You Have Always Bought,- and which has been, in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of ana nas oeen maae nnaer ms per- i. sohal supervision since its infancy. W-SiwwCw Allow no one to deceive you in this. - All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience- - against Experiment. - Wf mm -- Saturday, February 8th At the Residence of William McNew . Just-as-go- od -- ThePlvves.iJfiarge number's of Fe,d eral pr"soneri to Wit,rihe number of about 45,000 soldiers in .the. militarv service ' of the Unittd Stat.s. held as- prisoners of war at A' dersonville; in the State of Geo ga." Hp was sentenced to death, the - - .V "" Castoria.is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine, nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has "been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic aid Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; jiving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. -- What is CASTOR I A a ONE MILE NORTH-WES- T OF BRUSH CREEK Offer for Sale to; the highest bidder as.aVwJiQle or in part GENUINE m CASTOR I A .0K ALWAYS "Bears the Signature of - sentence bearing this indorsement Th proceedings findings and sentence of the court in the within case are approved, and it is ordered that the sentence be car ried into execution by the officer commanding the Department of Washington, on Friday, the loth day of November, 1865, between the hours of 6 o'clock a. m and 12 o'clock noon. Andrew John son; President,. u A SAW MILL A 2-p- Iy In Use For Over 30 Years Thto Kind You Have Always Bought TH K CtNTAUW COMMMV. MEW YORK CITY. consisting of Engine and Boiler, Saw Rig, Planer, Shingle Rig, Shafting, Pulleys, etc. and. sut off by the: attorneys in the children KOPE WELL grandleft several and children, and Mrs. "Mike - The witness takes the stand and says he bought from so and so. The bootlegger takes the stand and says he did sot sell. The Judge instructs the jury according to law and the weakness of the law in such case, gives the doubt to the defendant and he goes acquit. The Judge, the sheriff and prosecuting attorney, have each done his duty. The law has been followed to the letter so fsras the court is con cerned, the jury 'satisfied that they did their part, the bootlegger 4fc$ hwevery ha&enojfiearinJc J1CIUCU tTllU IUC va?uVohBses-pedif, won and the public without stop Plainly it Indicates ; a wayby ping to consider the factsat which the perpetrators of many. once, place the blame upon the German outages mayJbe proper'-lthe officer ot officers of the law, punished "after peace has been that he is not doing his duty. proclaimed. The murderers of The court can not do it all. Since Capt Fryatt, for instance, the as'Judge Bethurum's letter was of the innocent on board published, we' have 'heard re sassins the Lusitania, the Leinster, the peatedly from people: "What is Hiramv Maru the Ancona, etc . Cam Mulhns doing"? In justice with the brutal violators of the to Judge Mullins we want to say laws of war in countless that he is trying to do his dutyr cases, may be reached other and Take the recprds of his courts; dealt with by this method. the nuj&lpe&pf men who has,been The French are Insistent in brovujgbrbiiore him for investiga their demands that such culprits tioni'!bjj number sent to jail and shall berpunisbed. The British it is sufficient proof of what he have preserved Jongilistsbf is trying to do. The officers can. them against the day of judg only do their part. .The juries ment. The peace terms should, must do theirs and the people require the facilitation by the - generally must do theirs. It is vanquished-.- i of. the,, .efforts , .to J too big a proposition for "two or identify the guilty in cases where three men's job. identification-ma- y be case. glCdH-'VlUHJlJ. Marler" anci: bafiy On the date name Capt. Wirz was hanged in the Old Capital are numbered . with. . the sick. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stokes Prison at Washington. and Mrs Alfred Barnes spent Confederate, historians resent Sunday with Mr. and Mis. Ceo. this action" as'unjustinable,insist- Born, January 17th to , ing that the" hardships suffered Perciful. the wife Of George Henrjr Mc- by thej.prisoners at Anderson Clure, a girl. Mrs. Lizzie Rob ville were due to the refusal of was the guest of her sister, the Federal authorities to ex bins Monday.- - change prisoners, not withstand Mr$. John Marler last Alfred Barnes spent Sunday the repeated efforts of the Conwith his mother, Mrs. James federates to relieve their crowded who is in very poor prison by arranging exchanges. Barnes, health. Mr. and Mrs. .Leander The justice 35f hesentence, McKinney, of Hansford, spent '& .... a. host of friends to mourn her loss. For ester Mullins was in Living?ton. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Allen and twin babies, Erlve and Berlye. of Cooksburg, are with his mother, Mrs Louisa Allen, this week. Wm. Anderson is on the sick list this week. Ben Met- I calfe and family, of Wildie, are ! visiting relatives of this place 1 A Thrashing Machine Pair Work Mules and Wagon, Milch Cow, Farming Tools, Plows, Paper Roofing, Harness, etc About 40 rod Fence W ire, 50 rolls Also Looms. Spinning Wheels, and General Household Goods. Hogs, Scrap' Iron, and many other articles too numerous to mention TERMS Made known on day of Sale. . The Immortals-Theo- dore Roosevelt Printed by request of Judge Cam Mullins January 6, 1919 U. Dead! from the SierrasVsu'oWy peaks "f.To wintry woods of Maine, Ten thousand wires from sea to sea Relayed the sad refrain. By wireless and through ocean's depttiB The news of sorrow spread, a "The strong man of America, OurRoosevelt is dead." 'ttiMay njghtwith.thej latters i -- -- A. rQjclb'wder has" returned .home afier" 'Spending: several . days 'with his son, Paris, at Knox ville. -- Misses Nancy and Sallie Sowder spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Chas. Shepherd, at Cove: The family of Otis Rob-bin- s Pull was the life that gently passed has flu Miss Hattie Car When over Oyster Bay of morning turned to winga mical, who. has been with her ' Of gold asainst the gray . grandmother: at Mt. Vernon for we bind the past month, spent "several Green are the'laurels that About his quieVbrow, daysjwith 'her;ihother here. Borfir Xrid bitter is the grief we feel, January 12. to the wife of'Wm. For who will lead us now? The-clouds -- McNEW MOSE BOGUE SMITH Auctioneer, body was sent back to the' old home in Kentucky for burial The Bronze Badge of Honor was sent to his parents fiom the' State office of the Reserve in Louisville t in memory of a faithful soldier who performed a patriotic service for his country. No.v, although peace has come, there is a call for service in 1919 to help feed the starving millions ot Europe Enrollment Week is the week of January 20 26, and all boys in Kentucky between the ages of "i6.and 21 are urged to en-- , roll for vacation work .on the. farms. Boys of these ages who The Normal Department zzzzzzz: of the Hayes.a girl. There are-forospeots were-xi- o - weddings in this-'- " neighborhood during the holidays but there Ifor'severaV in the i iIn homes of... and poor alike rich . - .1 '. War he was true His pictured face i8 shrined, to every trust And'kin to all mankind. Mi Vernon Graded and High School Is Now In Session near' futureLMrs Robert "Mar l'As 2ta,teBtaenrauthor,-soWiefbrave- ! , And patriot to end ler and children spent Sunday Wejnourn.for.him.theand.more than all with Mt&J 0harl Fletcher. . s"Weournb'im.aa,friend. work on the farms of their par. , Mr. and Mrs "Rile ,Rash are num ents' or neighbors aie entitled to bered with- - Jusge B. J. Bethurum has .sent out a call to the citizens of his home county. He says that it is reported to b'im, on reliable authority, that conditions in this county are horrible, made so by the illegal sale of intoxicating liquors. Just so, Judge, just so! Wisely you have called upon the people and there is no question but what a great majority of them are with you in your tight against the bootleggers. It is said that at least thirty gallons of '"liquor are brought in here every night. That can be stopped by,Bthe united and determined efforts of our people, county and city officials. Go to work and' when they are caught, give them the limit. The Violators of the law test the officers at every step. They scent at once the official in: sympathy and willing to wink his eye at their nefarious business. Nowet the good citizens and officers of our 'county en -- thusiastically respond to Judge "Bethurum's appeal and assemble on the first' day of his Circuit Court in Mount Vernon and there . and then begin a campaign for "'the1 complete annihilation of those who peddle this vile and corrupting stuft. A -- THE WIRZ PRECEDENT -- An Associated Press 'dispatch . yirom Paris says: Leo Bourgeois, former Pre- vaier and Frescfc authority o the League of Nations, ia ajgtatemfBt to the Matin citesas a. precedent .for the panithWt off German rV8fafffMnVtt4riir JUTtMl MM W . S of degrees convicted of viola DHHStMM tfM kws ot war :tke berof Tears , te! Jkfrgf-Shugar- : ' difficult. .wereervices at Hopewell-severa- l Once for all the German idea nights last week conducted- - by Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt, Liberty a right hand. that all's fair in war must be Rev; " wis. Jake" McLemore Their glory is a beacon to Jc dispelled. Couriecjournal. has moved to a farm near DBrod .. - The footsteps df the free, Their names a splendor in the skies The residence of W. K. Shug- - head Mrs. Charles. Fletcher was For all eternity. ars. brother of the Misses Snug- - in Mt. Vernon Wednesday hav- -' Minna Irvinc. ars. of this pity, was destroyed ing dental work done. by fire on his farm a mile out of IM MEMORY Of A AlTHfUL Liberty, Casey county, early SOLDIER Monday morning, 'with a loss of Neatly framed, and hanging upChas. Rice, of Livingston, was from $5,000 to $6,000 as he car on the wall of the home of Mr. ried .no insurance of any sort. in this part Monday and Tuesday.. Mrs John Allen is the guest of" atid' Mrs. A. J. Brewer, of Ford's Mr. Shugars is in Richmond with Ferry, Ky.,-- is the treasured Of- his sisters, and says that all he Mrs J. H. Roberts this week. ficial Commission and the Bronze saved from the building was the J. fl. Mullins, has been on the j Badge of Honer m the U. S. Boys' suit of corduroy working clothes siftk list ior several days but is Working Reserve of their dead Better vat this time. Ben Mullins that he had on. in the western part "of the son. William Brewer. Avnen tne Mrs. Shugars was in Richmond is call came a year ago for all boys at the time. Mr. Shugars went county this week. John Lear, of lruKentucky between the ages of Carico; was, with the., merchants to the barn at 6:30 Monday morngreat ing to milk, and while be was of this place Monday. The three r6 and 21 to enlist in the small children of Ben Ttfullins Reserve army to back the bovs in away the house caught fire. He trenches by service on the thinks, that a broken stove pipe have been pa the sick list .for &: the farms, .William Brewer was one caused .the fire to catch in tie few days. Miss Maggie Mullins of the first to respond. Hewoaked roof.' vWhen he noticed the blaze has been sick with a severe sore faithfully during the summer 6n it had gained considerable head- throat for a few. days. ; Died, home of. Ler his father's farm and then in the way. He rushed to it and en Aunt Martha, at the deavored, to save" some clothes. son, Ch4s. Durham, January 16th. fall when the hacvest had been to rest at 2:30 In gathered' he entered a munitions but was almost suffocated and She. was laid Michigan. While there had to get out quickly to save his the family burying ground. Aunt. factory in Martha, was abou.j3o years oi age' he 'was stricken land died and his life He then had to stand by impatiently, and see his home all furniture and all. the family's weariagr apparel go up in flames. ; Mr. Shfugarswent to McKinney," where "he obtained some clothes .v vs andame- - on' to Kichmond with 1 ,: " e& Mawl says tkit"Td iif blM.Vltti swallow of- watariKTaa; oU atlraulatM the badfuews for his wife. The ta"kida"ayaetlon and eaaalaa ta orsaaa 10 tarow-otne waiea home Had been refitted bjrMft ThUBettir tr.J(!Uur to 6iiev caua prematura old age. poisosalife aad tkftt by atraaCHi iRcraaae asyottreaatlaua' tk s and MHd aad a few, weeks b dfrr& traatment. Whan 'completely yaatntad go;when Jibey moved to the farnt,, wrkiar prmc d c out m4 1U. orUrl riid--tkat ' caMlnue taking- - a .oapaula or two aacaa' arGOLD MKDAIi InHaarlem OUCa-aala'wlRVkaeM van haalth anl vlaar after he sold oat his, drug-- store Jy;by tl) vncrMii. a. return otitha. dlaaaaa. Richmond Panta- - HariMH Oft- hu kM rllvlig;J.t1i'4 tttafffatJUM.doWB tor good. Oo to yaur ' --i ofd-- 1 fettfttat 'and grafffc: . at OOU , Utt.kaaMsXMBdyHM' ndino aDAT1Iaarlin Oil Capaulaa. ;VHr WBDJOs HaarMra Oil to dad tr.uiay donot help -yaw. Tare &k f'-A- the sick. starry height There I Upon Colunbia's immortals stand, preat Three t enroll and receive the rewards of service. Attractive posters have been sent out by government ofto all high libraries, postoffices, schools, railroad stations, Y.M C.A build ficials in Washington All the subjects embraced in the Common School Curriculum are offered. Special work will be given in Agriculture and Larus "The Science and Art of Teaching" Students may enter at any time. Tuition Review Course 3,C0 a month. School High 4.00 The World moves., and he who stands still is either crushed or lejt behind. ings, effices, etc., government employment advertising Enioll-men- t W IT HE R. S f Week. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frankv J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doingj business in the city of Toledo, County aud State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED - -- -- DOLLARS case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bytheuseof HALL'S, CATARRH MEDIC1NR. Frank J. Cheney. to before me and subSworn, presence, this 6th scribed y day of j December, A. D. 1886. A". W. Gieason, Notary Public (Seal) Hall's Catarrh Medicine is .taken internally and act9 through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for for each and every More Shoes AT BROWN'S PLENTY OF FRESH iri-ffl- MeatsGroceries AND testimonials, free. P; J. CHKNlfiY&rCo., Tole'-. do, O. "Sold by all druggist, 75c. Hall's family pills for constipation. QM) AGE: STARTS - EVERY ONE KNOWS THE QUALITY, A wrrw ;xour aopNEYs n lB.-pro- EVERY ONE KNOWS '. kli -- -- fr iHd-.yrara- TS-yS-L.-It- ... !tnrd .VOL - a-- lUir fe Jttata - rauatnt to mk- QOUDMMBAJ Z. i&r-tm- m "A 'P7' 'j "'SV DON'T YOU FORGET IT. Bear in mind that Chamber. Iain's Tablets .not only move the bowels but.imprp.ve the appetite and strengthen the digestion They contain ao pepslnpcotlwr dteefavfc former A and enUe kjto,pfc ataev loem iti itnonjrMipjewinuiy. -- -- u OUo BROWN MAIN. ST.: &w 5fe, W. bUj.rh tbe-sWiM- ck v. - '?V,' i,,3fce, Wt. J ."i lt?S''".;5'-'- - J Sa - v-r- -. 4;- -. ri -' - J ":. " f.' '. z. -,. ..3 -. t . umm rrfini'v v. uTJm .. w. Mt.Vernon Signa , JMM 15.TI VERHDNKY,Jau. 24, 1919 79 I) A. G. Ball has bought the stock of goods of A T. Furnish ? sick. TBrSsasssssssssByj-- .SSP-- j at Orlando. Mr. Furnish bought x Sam Price has returned from the stock from Mr. Ball last Vancouver, Washington, where summer when the latter was be has been working in the lum called into service. LOUISVILIX NMHVILIX R.R.CO. ber forests for Unole iSam. Bryant Bros, have closed the TIME TABLE." A man by the name of Grimes deal so. we understand, for the OO 4.57 p m .. UwA kAA. living on W. T. Hicks farm near lot between, the picture show 3:35 a m 24 north Wildie was badly hurt yesterday house and C. 0. Williams' resi12:35 P m when 23 south a wagon turned over with dence and will i.b'egin soon the 12:45 a m 21 South u him. erection- of a two story brick I,andrtjm, Agent, :Jas. Vulas Dowell, son of Raymond building to be used as a garage. Phone No. 8. Dowell, who was operated on at Robert Nixon, a well-t- do at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice London a few days ago for appenEntered mail matter. s as K. and get- farmer of the Brindle Ridge sec dicitis, is tion died last Monday after an ting along nicely. PEESONAL illness of pneumonia of only a i - ifc Judge Xj. W. Bethurum was in few days. The deceased had Luther Muliins is Cincinnati on Danville Sunday-t- see his daugh been up from the flu only a shoit ter, Miss Tevis, who has not time and less than two weeks ago, business. Mrs. S. H. Martin is reported been very well since she returned he went to Richmond and was to school after Xmas. very sick to day. in the rain a good portion of the C. A. MashaLis again barter- -- Mrs. R. B. Hatcher who re day. On his return home that ently moved from Level Green night he began feeling badly and ing in Mt. Vernon. to the Dr. Laswell residence in gradually grew wore until the Miss Ida Hamlin has been very the Asber addition, has been end came. sick during the week. very sick during the week. Her W. H. Fish is confined to his daughter, Mrs. Beaty, came TuesThe Stock Pens ;are being sevare cold. pushed and with two more weeks room with a very day to be with her. like the past two, will almost be go to Mrs. E. S. Albright will Miss Jola Hansel, who has' Knoxville today to visit relatives. been holding a government por- completed. The building is r40 , . TJ. G. Baker has been in Louis-v.ll- e tion at Lawrenceburg for several x8o feet; has between 40 and 50 pens, two large drive ways and during the week buying months, stopped here for a few room above for all the feed or ' - &2jil& goods. days fast week to visit her sis- anything else fcffLc fc?C the "company" wifn s just wiiai you can dc sure 01 u you come nere wnen you Arthur Cooper has had pneu- ter, Mrs. Sam Fields, while en likely ever have money to buy. He is route to .Middlesbojo where she monia instead of mumps. Farmers are coming in every need good clothes, shoes and other things to wear, because we offer you will be located in the future. . better. day, some wanting stock others Mrs. Sam Patton received a just to see how the work is proJ. R. Dotson, who is advertisIjS only merchandise of a quality go to message yesterday from the gressing. People whd'have never we know will give long service and ing to sell out, expects to Red Cross at Norfolk, Va., saying given the question a thought,do Indiana. we guarantee your satisfaction in every respect. G.eorge Jones has been dis- that it she wanted to see her not realize what such an entercharged from service and is now husband, Sam Patton, alive to prise means to the county. .t come at once. He has just reat home. There's no. Better way to get big returns for , FAIR MEETING. ..-Mrs. W. J. Sparks and daugh- turned from overseas and is suf your money tthan to'putit into, such high grade The Mt. Vernon ters, Misses Fan and Bess, are in" fering with pneumonia. .Mrs. ai. tion met at the Court House at a t Patton left on first train :.'gpodfl as we sell. Louisville. ,.v' regular and a Mrs. Luthur Muliins, who has LOCAL goodly number present. After been very sick for past three -- wjs,- ; -. . r. , O' Bryan overalls at the same several talks and suggestions by V SSI'-y ' weeks, is better. the members present thefollow- price at Fish's. Miss Kathryn Finzel, of Alamg pincers and directors were Saturday is the last day of elected.. ' For Pres., W. A. Mc- bama, is visiting her brother, ,M. Drummond's big.Nine.cent sale. ., P. Finzfcl and wife. BBBBBbW Kenzie, 0. D. Sutton, BBBBV Men's $4.00 gun metal lace, Secv-TreMrs. W.. H.Fish returned WedBBBBBBBHBBBBHBBk. Chas. G. Davis. 'i'BPBV we nesday from a weeEs.stay with shoes for $& 68 t?3?r diamond's Thefdfrectors aire asfollows: T.W. nPHHmHHHHfHHHj-Mv'THEt,'PLACE THE STYLES " ,' PBBBm , Bl store. H h homefolks at London. Parsons, Wm. Bullock. Tom NEW EVERYDAY.:: OQME.FROM T. J." Niceley, Dr. M PennLouis Miller is in Louisville on W. fcL Jones was appointed business. Louis will likely go in and qualified Wednesday as ad-- , ington, Wm. Poynter, .David Hy- singer, F. L. Durham and B. S business in Mt. Vernon. ministrator of the, estate of Albright. Aug. are Miss Bessie Hamlin, who has Robt Nixon deceased. the dates set tor the big MS. Ver been sick for more than ten weeks, Earnest Dotson, son of J. R. non Fair. We are planning to is reported better this week. THE CASH STORE" BETWEEN THE BANKS Mrs. Sam Fields has taken Dotson, of Wildie and Miss Jalia give special premiums and attenrooms in the Mt. Vernon hotel Cummins, daughter of Mr. and tion to registered hogs, sheep and placed the children in school. Mrs. Mat Cummins were married and cattle and assist in every way possible to place our stock Miss. Fanny Spratt, of Cincin- Wednesday at the home of Rev., raising on higher ground. Mt. Vernon Graded and; High sentiment of the citizens is re endure present conditions, but on a nati, is here for a several weeks H. T. Young, who officiated. C. D. SuttOn, Secy, protem garding bootlegging. More the other hand, if the Conrt .""" School stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. This is a splendid young couple' whisky is being sold in the coun-- : House is filled' to overflowing with and we join with their friends m ' HONOR ROLL TOR DcCEMKR The case of Boyd. Kelly, of. Davis. ty now, if rumors are true, than citizens determined to uphold the congratulations. Harlan county, charged with Mrs. August Kreuger, who was law, the question will then be has been for many years. FniSTGRADB murder; will by changeof venue ' so very sick with pneumonia at Mr. Charlie L. Tuggle, of .Pearl Sutton, Delbert French. The people should come to- solved, and - we will know that be brought to Rockcas.tleyCoun.ty the time of our last issue, is Mansfield, Illinois, and Mrs. Lula cannot survive in . gether in- - a mass meeting and bootlegging Edward Mulins. '". " . for vtriaT and will no doubt be better. . Bray Cress, of near Mt Vernon discuss means whereby weean KookcaStle "County. SECOND GRADE" ' called at the coming- February Mr and Mrs. Clay Thompson we're quietly married at the home term, some iour years asrcraG-- GROCERY noa sowaex, ijena Jjarnesj Wil stop this state of affairs. It has Get your spring ginghams at are rejoicing over the arrtvalof of Mr. and "Mrs'. "C. W. Daily. cording to reports given out at lie Reynolds, Dariielf'nmfeins, been the. habit of the citizens who DrummonU's store. ' to criia-cis- e 9?, .r--'i the latters sister on Monday, Jan. their first born, a boy, named Robert Mullins,J Charles French, oppose the liquor trafic that time, and since verified by DURbc: 1 have just purchased 20, at six o'clock by Rev. Green Waffles .or "Charles Leo. the courts, and say that they a registered Duroc boar, now Elmore Williams disinterested parties, that Kellj should stop it, and that the courts ready The youngest child of Mr. and Fish Private Tuggle has been with a posse bt men ordered to - Gakcs fcr service. Fee 50 cts, Third gxade I ; training camps for the last do so by Mrs. Louis Cooper has been very in Judge John A. Ward, Teopa Williams, Winnie Baker, are not sincere in their expressed due .at time of turning in. Made from sick for the past two weeks with seven months and has recently then County Judge of Harlan, $ Jas. Winstead, Mary Katherine Brown, Mabel C. desire to eradicate this terrible' been discharged. They will repneumonia. went to Coxtou where serious Hansel, Nannie Dowell, Leonard evil, and at the same time Mr. Jan.. i74t Wabd, Ky. Their Citizen sits quietly by not lending Dr. Lee Chesnut has been con- side near Mt. Vernon. trouble existed between the Lick Noaks. fined to his bed for the past ten many friends join in wishing them Branch Coal Co., and the the Court the least bit of afsist- OR miners. FOURTH GRADE For Sale One Iron GrayJack, days. The doctor has never telt a long and happy life. This is a In a general fight between ance. ana expecting some one the Lena Sowder, Romie Cupmins, else to report the offenders, while no better breeder in the state and splendid young couple and the right since he bad the flu. miners and men sent out by the Marguerite Merrick, Nettie Pen-ni- he, himself, does not wish to run a. sure foal getter, 7 years old. Prof, and Mrs. D. H. Lyon came people of Mt Vernon will be ghd County Judge, two of the miners 1.;- WITH CleoOrton. the risk of incurring the ill will of For further particulars see M. J. out from Louisville yesterday to have them reside here. were killed and others wounded Bethurum, Mt. Vernon, Ky. PIFTH GRADE the Tlaw breakers. for the Masonic banquet last a! Creamery Butter Jan i7-Bridge: W. T. Hicks and H Kelly is' charged with doing the Edna Proctor, Kathryn Welch, The time has come when people night. They are stopping with o'f the biggest tax shooting 'The change of venue &. WJodi-twFor Breakfast, makes a good Grace Bryant, Harry Sparks, must take a stand on this Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham.. payers in the county and two of was granted because Harlan is . . Jennie P6nnix. question. If the Court House is George Furguson was up from the best and most progressive largly union and the claim is beginning for the day. FOR FLETCHER'S not full, and people do not show r .SIXTH GRADE Junction City yesterday for a farmers and business men of the made that a jury of non inter1 Nellie Cox, Ella afl ISowder, which side they stand forr then few hours to see his mother. He East side, are very much inter ested men in the case would be Lula Pennix, Clara .Trub. we will know it is the fault of the is running between Somerset ested in getting a bridge across almost impossible to get. Kelly citizens, and their willingness to Subscribe for Signal SEVENTH GRADE and Lexington on local freight. Clear Creek, near the L. T. Stew- is a. large holder of coal interests ' .' Geneva. Cox. Mrs. Mike Fannon has returned art farm and in getting the road in Harlan and has a strong backnd SIGHTS GRADE. from a weeks visit with her par out of the creek, for a distance ing by many of the influential Lillian. Griffin, Mary E. Law ents, in Harlan County. She has of several miles. This road is men of that county. The rence, Ina Meadows. v J has equally as strong a resigned as Hello Girl at this main thoroughfare leading trom s :: tstts Yl HJGHScHOOl,' place and they have moved back--; Wildie up to Disputanta, Climax backing and the case no doubt sJHat RRa A?vAv.r Hazel Johnson, Jnlfcn Miller, to Livingston. and the East side of the County. w.ill be a hard fought one. John l Albright, Arthur Cooper, The annual officers' banquet of Baby shoes $2.00 value A. M. Hiatt, the popular cash- During the wet weather season it LMrT-I! itm . r5 - IIILB for Margaret Sparks; .Cells' Hiatt, f.i'xar u. ier of the Citizens Bank, was is impossible to get up and down the Masonic Lodge, was held last $i.25atvDrummond's store. Julia Landmm, Claude McHargue, here yesterday on business. Mr. this creek a large part of the evening in the lodge rooms. The . Edna TO THB DYSPEPTIC. Davis, Bertha Bebord; Hiatt has more than trebled the time and these men are willing lunch was prepared by the WilltMr jM'atfe Tm if tk OnIIi WouMyou notlike tbfeeiiEhat Laura Hiatt, Lorene .Muliins, deposits of that institution, since to stand a goodly portion of the ing; Workers, and it;Js untteces-saryi- o yonr stomach troubles ' .. U tae Wm Unas mn. are :pver, Everett Irjant r say.thatitwasO.X. There cost of the road, if the change he became cashier. inaC yon can eat any kind of food can be made and county furnish were about sixty present. There Tke Secret of Tkeir Beauty von crave? 'Consider then J. Louis. Cooper wg called a bridge. Too many people are was also a public Installation of thatfact that Obambcrlaih's.Tab the reapoiWeror tue Keatackr It is health, rotoaC heaKa, home from: the Lee Couuty oil made to suffer as the e ?; (Wt elL cored others--whjvrlrl'a good looks' If Jnets, sk.lf.KtS?s attractiyeness Possessed result of the officers, the newly elect being R. seed aot field on account of sickness in oT M1U. sb kifvs Uaat rsal. oterwand H. Miller, Master; F. L. .Durham. you. There are many who have horrible condition of this road. bee restored; to health by his family. He found three of which is right along Tki'.teryof'Mra;s-ttUlf- t HaHUliiU waplratory systerarstomack the creek, Senior Warden,.and, C. I). Sutton,, ing these tablets' and can. nowtakeat them sick with pneumonia, the bed and lots of times this creek Junior Warden, Ktcky. is. any kind of food thatL.theyj crave. n lStfeSr 1? StkrtSta J two yonngest very sick. Tkaweaada- izsmbi r i is past fording. These, people! Steve PriceTeceifed a. mesMige X tlfy.WHa marvelous Peraaa. There: Is a-- nieeeiMpcalkd- lor Finally, .bgMi tQ taiM'. Penwuu i mm verywhere merlu Be Bar May Cashier WLX. Jlichards will go are.entitled to some relief. and it yesterday that his My weight now taVlMrmia:'! chaaed In "'either liquid or tablet. aon'RiiiMl, a WALTER lbe;Cour.tHoe at typ.m., oa dWa'treaUwneed it. .- hay itua LUr; BaAwa'g to Cleveland nexc Friday to at- is to be hoped that the FiscalTmember of the. Marines f?nrXCdwUr lias It. Aak ter .. at tkjW bottl,- Ptmni'; Perawk rf and, one ri-Monday, Fe"bruv 3rd thia being . - M aeeept a sabatltnt great 4m me erUlaly orf. f TOHic' tend a meeting of the various Court, which meets the 'last day of; the Rockcastle bdrs xee ttdl recommend: U. t9...my. aa good." iiadC Lf Jrleads. Several are Uklngs iti V . 'upon KruwUi Chairmen of the Liberty Loan. of this month will take some ac- to go across, wTg iOftcOTfr maetiarKtet the :mMnt:o.i-bunded, oc Hxyaa Mf k ad traerkiarSaa . ... . una wa,eyerJ ' tlt aMrprialng jby;'W.oeB euaryi .any okum, whatever; write TSe Pe--. . placed. TJ..GvM .At.tms meeting plans will no tion to get that road outof "the June 18, captured b,the:Grmans where- upon Dr.' Hartman'a' World xm&.:X?i miwiyt'JJwt.-- 78. Ce4aiMey .' jt - MMrrBM. Wf ore;: leld is the coaaty, The .. jromaC'.M m.Tmmmm&MUMXJmory. creek and supply a bridge which and- later i veaM U'hita lie.alikaMaiihlaeaeaan Jale;iTkV hW .la tree-- aad er diedapfaBan HoV: : ITIT v$. up"No.79" wnen want toCommunl-oaa-wlt- b 79 SIGNAL Roscoe Hansel was badly hurt in the mines in Harlan Dr Walker Owens returned yesterday from Chicago where he went to take a special cou rse. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hatcher, of Norton, Va., are with Mr. Hatcher's mother, who is very Lost: An open face gold case watch) Elgin movement. In the back the words "Mother to Herbert" are engraved: Return to H. T. Young, Mt. Vernon, and receive reward. - . . . . f. " - . -- V" i j ''5'-v- : f y -- s atisfaction guaranteed for t he fa r m e rs V- . - - o stcond-cias- back-honi- B ." o have " satisfaction guaranteed " before., vou planted your, crops, if yoij could .know that every acre of land would produce a"bumper crop' You'd not have to worry about poor crops; you'd always be certain of full returns for labor and. motiey ,: v 1.... invested. 3 UST think whatit would 'dieah you;. V - that -- , Fair-Associ- a -- 'iJP V stated'--meetin- g -- - r: - ..--- - Vice-Pres- -- '- 'A- as. saow soMfigiG; P . j -- Kir-by- .BBB1-Bj'-Bviw-"BB- , - J X 2fc - n -- CASH STORE ' CM . h -- Hot Pn- -- WHITE FAWN PEARL FLOUR x, 4t -- I'vfr o . GET THEM AT ' Drum mo s LI VI NGSTON iHiiii21' OMldren Cry PASTOR A - 4-- , t prose-cutio- u . Siiv RO . . -- ilSMi Uaf , .1 '- tfHI- - raSIe.nomeractwe Women Jr m mm wm . v.uvrvw N lets-hav- not eouNeiioF DEFEiE ,. .. 'zr,-. saaar X tt; -- NATIONAL vwimrL-- j. ty., '!?? . i a .&& " . DR. - f z.. .... - the-fir- at i". Zjsr - wU-know- H J:. - V W-X! na , - WWcfc 6MMS : fp;----- " ft ifeiA-'- r j?4'. - !r JKm ujssS:-- fMI AWM'&m, '-""' -- : . pijtal;, - '. ?' M ?&? r?.i!9Kfca - M : : 'tyMMiu mv v pec dr a- --- t'- -- &smp,m. "uw- -i -- FfMP". yigQMffar : &M tt,.-jN- k' rw .tukr jiv- - Mf . mp " -- i WHHMHa .. . - -- I :' WlfffftWWIlRfM WlflitlllRRMial'iir " ' V1'"' S-li- l ? r : Ib1bbbbbbbRRRRIIrMRR -- ;&& rH-ir2K?-3- -- : rs.V fr: - - - .. "" v K -w J -a! -j.fi-- i of the X Sheriff's Sale for Taxes ML. ij r: II ii mlili II M I, or one of my deputies will 1 mmmrm IWrI rl 'flr. - vb m V -- - 'Bz.ft:St& "m m m ifi w m. ' iV. ," i I on Monday jfeb. 3rd, i91g, being the-firs- t 'day of the Rockcastle STATEMENT CONDITION of the Circuit Court, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m , and 4 o'clock p. m , at th front door of the Court Housed in Mt' Vernon, Ky. offer for sale to the highest bidder the following tracts of land (to satisfy the tax due the County and State. PEOPLES BANK OF Mt. VERNON, KY. At the Close Of Business December Loans $126,503.41 Due from Banks . . . 28,972.40 ... Cash on hand 6,482.33 Overdrafts 1,63436 Banking House, F. and F. 6,000.00 .. Other Real Estate 438.42 JcAsdministratorbr tlie Esteteof y c;biiiJ5feon, ? ; w ' " ; ' - , - deceased, I vs ill .pji This Jan Tip Langford, 3. R. C. 10-19- 19. . Kji-aHA- Precinct No. 1 . Tax & cost Pl hm m MBk' Bk BF I GoyleHeirs, 100 ocres land VanWinkle, J J,, 50 acres land - . Precinct No. 2' . $2 37 10 53 ...... .."". 3J-- , 1918 RESOURCES Tax & codt AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE DliUKASKU Abdtit-.'Miles W.est of WMdie i$ a 'Offer for Sale" to the highest and .best. bidder theJ folio wing: property 4 Two brood Mares, one good span of Woh Mules, mi Ik, six Ewes, one roodrSow I Milch and three Sboats, 'one 2 horse Wagon onerhorse Com Drill, three Plows, one Harrow, Harness, and other Farming Implements too npmeratis to mention, about 30 barrels of Corn. Household and Kitchen Ftirjture. TERMS of Sale made known on "day JSale. Cow-givin- g. Thist January 22, 19 19. W. H. J 0 N ES, Ad mir. T ESTATE OF ROBERT NIXON BOdUE SMITH, Auctioneers will educate you financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and Stop T and begins ing HEfirStmove in a winning battle of life Is made when sav- It $3 7(5 Gentry, J E, 1 acre land ., -J (.'V. Green, "Annie, 35 acres land C. 513 12 06 Lawrence, J C, 1 town lot ' wPatterson, MrsJ C, 1 towD lot, .years 19 17 and 1918 38 11 7 17 Reynolds, Ojtt ) a'creland 7 20 Thompson, A' L, 26 acres land 4 74 Whitaker, Mary E, i acre land PrecincfNb. 3 Tax & cost ' Arther,-.A- , 948 2 71 Conn, Ann, 8"acres land : 19 81 Dooley, W 1,40 acres land 3 98 Ely, O J, 1 acreland 5 15 Herringtori, J'W, 37 acres land 13 97 Howard, Maf,33 ares land 14 62 KidWell, LE,'75 acres' land . Martin, Malissie, 40 acres land ' 21 11 5 15 Owens, Don, 60 acres land 5 14 G G", 6 acres land Parsons, 514 Phillips, Charles, 11 acres lajad 3 07 Pullins, D(ive,:'83 acres land 7 89 Wilson, John,' 150 acres land 5 10 Wilson, Johnie, 28 acres land 21 67 Wynn, Mrs , 30 acres land . Precinct No. 4 Tax & cost Chasteenj John H, 25' acres land 4 11 3 98 Uazzelwood, Ed,-- 25 acres' land 7 07 Hurley, Alfred, 48 acres land 14 20 Unville Heirs, 60 acres land , LuncefordJudge, 18 acres land 4 30 , Precinct No 5 Tax & cost $ 5 12 Owens, Mattie, 30 acres land ;' Precinct No. 6 Tax &cost $5 03" Laswell, W E, ' acres land 4 24 Robinson, G G, acres land Precinct No. 7 Tax & cost Bejjley, Lloyd, acres laud $10 65 2 44 acres land Cotton, Lizzie, 5 18 Hughes, Mrs Carrie, town lot Livingston Lumber Co, town lots 24 96 4 24 Wolf, Ed, acres land acres land 26 80 Allen, Phil T, 4 53 Willmott, R T, town lot Precinct No. 8 Tax & Commissioner's Sale Arnold, Mrs J S, 80 acres land- - $ cost 3 96 Bradley, J H, 50 acres land 4 11 5 20 Renner, M F, 30 acres land ROCKCASTLB-ClRCDiCOTTRT. f 6 99 Roberts, J B, 65 acres land Missouri Ramsey, Admrx, 4 08 Sears, P O, 25 acres laud Plaintiff, Sears. Qharlie, 30 acres land 4 03 vs. : 3 28 Taylor, J A, 25 acres land W. Defendant, ,KiRBY, ,. ? Precinct No. 9. nf : Cqm"misjp,n'er's'Sale Tax&cost MtVes'non, Plaintiff, Gibbons, N T, 80 acres land $1100 Howard, Ddlia, 10 acres land 445 vs : 11 50 Longj Shevaj 47 acres land Missouri Ramsev. " . $170,030.92 Capital .. Surplus . . . Undivided Profits Deposits . ,. ....... LIABILITIES $20,000.00 5,000.00 4,616.79 140,414.13 $170,030.92 In tf PUBUC SALE I WILL ON - Saturday, reoruary 1st At the Residence of J. R. DOTSON ABOUT ONE MILE SOUTH OF WILDIE On the Wildie and Mt. Vernon Road " , -- Offer 'for sale to the highest and best Bakof -- bidder the following: -- Think Admrx, &c, ,, Defendant. happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward 'independence By' virtue of a judgment and order rit the Rockcastle Circuit Court, 'rendered 'at- the April Precinct No. 10. Tax 1918, thereof, in the above Term, Clark, A.M. l acres land- " cause I sbal proceed ,to offer- for 100 acres DuvalJ sale at the court house door in Hicks,-- lieirs,acres land land c J, 30 Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest Howard, Bettie, 88 acres'land and best bidder, at Tpublic auction, Johnson, .G M , 1 town lot -- McWilliams, W E, 5 acres-lanReynolds, C J, 75 acres land Stephens, Tom, 40 acres land Towery, Lula, 3 acres land 6 45 6 58 3 97 years old; one Horse Colt, 2 years old; one Horse Colt, 1 year old; one yearling Mule; two Milch Cows; two yearling Heifers; 4 Sheep (ewes); some Stock Hogs'; One Mre, 3 - 1 on Monday, an accoUhtwith us today arid stick to tt . . Metcalf, Charlie, 50 acres land Ross, L D, ing the first day of the regular Spbbnamore,86 acres land 7 acres land Circuit Court for said county, be Thompson, Toe,J, acres land tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. '' 3, 19 19, be- February & cost $10 36 2 38 4 57 9 06 6 72 14 99 6 47 5 16 3 16 Some Farming.Tools : one Disc Harrow ; two Turning Plows ; one Roller; two Cradles; one -- Horse Cultivator; two Double-shov- el Plows; about 200 bushels of Corn; 10 bushels Buckwheat; some Household Goods and many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS Made known on day of Sale., - i BdntfoWt.VePhon rritij and 4-- clock p. m.'upon a credit of six months, the following de" Anglip, 0 PrecinctNo.il. acres-land Tax & cosi 1) M, 30 . 6 50 scribed property: One house and lot located in and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake 'hi aJliue. between. S.B.Ramsey and J. W 'Parsons; thence with tbeMt Vernbn-Cra- b Orchard public ft.; thence boutb 306 ft. .road 200 ,tpjiue. of R. B. ,Mllinsf.:thejice East 2,08 ft. to a line. of Par sons; tbejice with Parsons' line to pla'ce'bf beginning. Osufficient thereof to produce :th6 sum of 368. 2&j with legalMn-teres- t ffdni the nth day of May, ibiSuntil paid "atad - the cost of this action. 4 T-- Bowinan, Luther, 100 acres iand 8 30 Precinct No. 12. Jackson, Charles, Lamb, Richard, - acres land Tax & cost "acres land $ 8 54 3 28 7 20 4 34 554 80 Meadows, Wm, ' aores land Mize L M, acres land Rockcastle Cement & Lime' Co, acres land. J.R h I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course' of these, I would be constipated. IFjust my stomach all up. I found they wen seemed no ood at all for my troubld. I heard to-jte- ar Mr. Marioij.'Hoico!nb',,SJf Nancy, Jfy:,.says: "For quite I would have rjaihs and a heavjnfefeHng after1 rnyTmeals, a most disagreeable Ssieia rny mouth. If F ate anything with STOMAOlRdUBll Precinct Ho. 13. a long; while. Lsnffered w5thtomach trouble., bBtteT.ciKoxfcre'Xyllspit it up. For the purchase price the pur: chaser must exeouteXbondjOwtth THEDFOftD approved surety, bBaVing'regal'in- terestfrom day of saleuUtilpaid and having the fQrceHnd fiffecf of a judgment BjddfirS willbei-PT'e-f Black-draug- ht me. pared ,to;comply wUhitjh.es.eefm'sa G. yGEIPE!N'. .. AR6cfcejistlefiXc8 it,Gou?t. s,te5.QojmiSoner. rechifchded'Very highly, so 1egan to use it It cured not-Jttve -- I keep it iflrtht house all fhe time. It is the, but liver aedkiaermade.'i Tdo .. sick Jieadache'.or .. J s. no g'reat act op ikmrfM:?&f' S" ' Tax & cost '$" 3 41 Doolejv Pat, 5,acres land Harrison, Wm,. acres land Todd, Harrison, 129 acres land 42 52 Precinct No. 14. . THE :BEST COUGH . Tax & cost Allen, Jbe,"30 acrtislahd MEDICINE. 3 76 Brownine. E''S..50 acres land. nds that When a druggist ' years 05 his customers all speak well of a Bullock,W K,25 acres ladc , j preparation, he forms a years, 19 86 certain . ' ... Garpenter,-P- e, 75acre9,land 8 17-- good opinion of it and when in Ingram,' Paulina, 25 acres land ' - 3 26 need ot such a medicine is al- - - mmmm ., rmost certain' to use it himself and j -- ; MnllinsiWni'.HelrslOO afcres lan3K year 1240 r;F I in his family. Tms is vny ll-M MulUns, S,amrli2;acres:l8nd US many ' drggis.ta ne, nd'recom Maroin, LlncoUvSo.acresjland - 8.28 mend jQhamGteslaia's Couj-- Rem- 16 06 Kobinson, Eddie, 75,acras land edy. ,J.B. Jones, a Well known Rbbltrspn, Garnett, 15 acres land yearii7Sni18; 4 21 druggists of Cur bun, Ky., says, .'.VIJ land:Pondeiv JVill, 684 "I ha'tre used oiamberlain's IJJS 19l7-ilHffiil0 17-1918- Auctioneer, BOGUE SMITH : I wm ') mmmmmm H aLLLLLLLLw LLLLLL H H ..... - ... . a , . ....waMV& .. . fes. P. I . GRIFFIN BARGAIN HOUSE 11 , 1813-1818- V -- sor:;5 XMAS is bver'bufyou still have to eat and .enjoy life. You will still find a Complete Line of ;. e IIIN. -- au--- j luouica uuvuiu thekdd liver airt. - iyraore." mt - Btaclc-Draucs Uarrnii nmil tf ft l"rf" Ielst hiitnito r ht do-H- ! imoortantworlc trf T' acts ok -- T?FruTTrnt?Ti V - I i vt-- " ifmer dnecesaary l'-- m slipchtake a dose tonight A- - .... - ct ot berdiSm" hki to protect a child Tyree, Ell,144 acrrlaha Qhesliut,-W:j,?10rcreilana. ray family fdr Z'Mt iT8tt.seven:,yearrs f and- - nave Z.ZZZ ,PHUi(OKtVrfrtR the .WHmfw, :.Tfcfec66t. foftirdHtto " be,Jthe best (c6ughH-me.dicim- ifSrea ww .Cpuh TBSnK&y..fn I Fresh Vegetables oe T " " ' 3$??8S; - Ihave ever-known.- " fif: rtL'S.iii v juLtj Tyree, Jamea 14res ilan'd W.f'.-.- r Z'S 07 "7 34" t y fi T t. .- -J WS.'jj.. .... '?"W I FRUITS first-clas- s oe You will feef irciJi.io- - ,' oni . cmxost Ll ?- '?! i&tr'z V-- $A ! . . ruatye " r saae: ntm&&:: butKhen it3k AliBk' un rviiri.tu Iferlai&sX du'MedV ry py .hesitate to Vflflr it. Vianfl - fROPERkYlTTEO' GLASSES TiT nf Pham V. And all'kindp of Canned Goods, together with' high grades of Meat, Lard, Flourand' Meal, and in fact everything that is kept in a Grocery Store Q. . I. ; - -V. C ?s -- f '. .JVfr,ijf": ., sj fit jr." . T - j 'k"?R.J uvm,u - wpfy fWgffjRNe. 1- i ac m n ! asoBooMastiiKBVWrfctjftii' - - 2kVd lArtet'-r'N'earrr'- " - ",- fM f A.&- -- r T .wadiA7 Z - ast vi t J .rJWuSSVaCwJ H ii:U rir iftrfioi louiiir 1 t, i-- . vVn.j.V, I, -"- T.ll . 4 ,w't A j. - i - 4$ THll.,1(BlGHlr:TlM,Et 8 r Of - f ". KV1 Greatest Irapbrfancc, Kfyour eves are.8bpw(ngjf.ny to see ".' -.-.- m-P" -l .ft f 22 ' - - 'JCSiflQMf , ' V . . - - ' ." , -- .'J?-' Pm?llD4!I . p: r vb-- i.tiVf h imi: t . - ci; iwbSalbe ' .. -- wsw i- - .it ' v ,. .... j j Wmm.' i JkbA. ri"WJlUtake ii'ill tlw coi':-- tifr 1 tt '3yn " i iT- "- 5 ii. at. JW -- '- - - imMJmfWmmmlmmU TT" .," "- ;r' '-- SmmmmmmC 1 .v- . - - " - r T- - : k iiat Mmm. r'c & Buiidinir.j .. . 'H 3 :U,Yi$,SKy. T F ."5- j u ' A H. (Mi mmwurm) tmtmmmm. 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