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Mount Vernon signal: January 24, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919012402_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 24, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . . ' S' ,' s r v . ' PUBLIHED EVERY FRIDAY ttiiuni MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHFD 1887 COU.NTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE 1919 NUMBER 17 I . Y0U WOMEN 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 a"nd"especially"the women- - two hundred and thirty thousand railroad employees in the South have taken the pledge to do their best to work these soven days withqut getting hurt themselves or being tho causo of another's injury. This plan was tried out by the Central of Georgia Kajlroad in December with such signal suc cess that Regional Director decided tf) extond "No Accident Week" to all railroads under Federal control in'- the JSouth The psychological effect on the railroad Workers it is believed will give great impetus to the movement and thereby benefit tho railroad service and the public. By the afternoon of January 19, approximately two hundred and '.hirty thousand (230,000) railroad men South of tho Ohio and East of tho Mississippi rivers will havo signed a pledge to go seven days, il possible, without sustaining a personal injury. The week beginning January 20 has been designated by the Regional Director of 'Railroads as (,230.000) Win-chell pCEZZ2Z2NZtXEZEZZZ2CI ZXEZZ TfTTV ii rr COME ON WE HAVE PAIR A - FOR YOU Men's Shoes S2 SO PE $ NO MORE i -" s UlMo' Vciuient-iSfeek.- ! .and -- accord--! - .. ' NO LESS ".'., tjb. .. . ...,, the Court 8 1vX-r''iM U. who know bargains. You can't make a bad selection, as we haven't an undesirable pattern in the whole lot. You, cant help but get a bargain, as every coat we have is cut to less than half DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THIS SALE IS' OFF AND THEN EXPECT TO BUY' COATS At THESE PRICES SUTTN&McBEE MT.VERNON I "ZZZZ KENTUCKY BR OD H EAD Mr David Masters, who recently moved his family from Corbin to Gum Sulphur, bought a lot in Gum Sulphur and 52 acres of land near by, from A. 0. Taylor for $l2oo. Mrs. T. W. Tate has been quite ill for the past several Uays.--H. Frith, who had the Uu a week or more ago, is auf fering from a serious attack of A. M. HIatt was lheumatism. T. W. Tate in Danvlllo Tuesday was In Indianapolis several days, last week buying repairs for Ins new saw and planing mill. Brack Durham, of Jackson, was here during the weak the guest of 0. R. Cass J. B. Frith (Gov.), who was badly fall from a freight crippled train on which he was braking, made a settlement with the Rail Road Company a few days ago receiving $2o7s 00. The survlv ing heirs of the lato Preston Over bey sold the old homestead on Negro Creek to J. N. Marlow and M. A. Stevens the. first of thoweok for '$1700. Mrs. Elizabeth Hail, who has been with relatives in Indiana far the past several weeks, returned homo the first of the week. Oscar McNolly, who has been with the American Expeditionary Forces in France arrived hero Tuesday, having been finally discharged from further service. There will bo regular service) at the (Jhris tian church Sunday morning; and evening by the pastor, Eld. L- N Bowling.- -- Everybody invited to Mtepd those services. Mrs. S.S, Purcell died at her home-neaOttawa Thursday afternoon after an attack of Influenza followed by pueumoma. Besides her hus band she leaves a number of children and a host of relatives aM,J Mends. Mrs. Belle Hen. derson, of Paint Lick, is with hor daughter, Mrs. E.B.Newland, this week. Curtis Pollard will U. enter the Normal department of tho Eastern Kentucky State Normal Monday. Eld. J.W.Mas- tors 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 wo are glad to say, and will soon be out again SAFETY WEEK , ina - r Complete details for staging "No Accident Week" January 20-inclusivo, have been decided upon by tho safety of railroads in the Southern Region, according to announcement from tho offices of the Railroad Administration today. Mr. C. fl Anderson, Regional Supervisor of Safety has con forrcd with about thirty safety officials of the various lines the meeting having been held in his office in the Healey Building. It develops that tho roads in this jurisdiction have in tho aggregate, approximately two hundred and thirty thousand 0(230,-000- ) employes and that each employee is going to bo asked his utmost to individually do during a period of seven days to keop from being injured himself or being the causo of injuring a fellow employee. .'Bulletins, rallies, moving pic turo oxbitits, of an educational nature, personal appeals and many other forms of getting into close touch with all employees will bo utilized and it is estimated that before January 19, tnero will be few if any railroad workers South of the Ohio or East of the Mississippi rivers who will not be "watching his step'1 and avoiding personal in. jurv. Ths movement, covering as it does a vast territory and affect- 26 ropo-sentativ- ing an enormous population of high class industrial workers, is said to be causing unusual inter-- ' est In every city and town in the South. The "No Accident Week" 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 leccivo a material impetus as a result of it. The humanitarian value of the plan of Regional Director B. L Winchell to institute a " No Ac cidont Week" among all railroad employees of the South commenu log January 20 is strikingly shown by a report just compiled by tho Regional Supervisor of barety showing the extent to which railroad workers are killed or injured eucii mouth in tho performance of their duties During tho month of August, I918, when the Railroad Admin istration hud just organized the Safety Section in tho Interest of making safo the lives of the groat array of railroad workers, approximately forty fivo (45) em ployees wore killed and two thousand one hundred (2, loo) were iujured on the railroads of tho Southern Region, At the close of November, the latest month for which the figures are available, those fiitalitlos had been reduced to approximately thirty one (3D killed and one thousand two. hundred (1200) in. jured. These . figures include only employees and do uot take into consideration the large uum, bor of trespassers killed and in ing to a statement issued today by 0. M. Anderson, Regional Supervisor of Safety, Southern Region, tho lines under his juris. diction approximately total thirty six thousand (36,000) miles with two hundred and thirty thousand (230,000) men and women on the payrolls Back of this army of industrial wdrkets, who have decided to eliminate personal injuries, are three hundred and 'fifty safety Committees, composed of both officers and employees working under regulations prescribed by the United States Railroad Ad ministration- According to the employees who are talcing a themselves, keen interestjn it, says Mr. Anderson. "No Accident Week" is bound to give a big impetus to their safety work. The test is something concrete- - something which may attain definitely as a result of their efforts. This is causing rivalry among tho roads and the men say that the psycho logical effect upon the rank and tilo of employees of being thus placed upon their mettle, togoth- er with the knowledge that even for a week, thev mav orevontac- tual suffering or grief to any number of employees or their families makes "No Accident W ek" well worth while. Daily reports will bo compiled by telegraph of progress mado on every railroad in tho Ooutn so that every employee will bo advised as to what is being ac complished. W.T.HAKER The Blue Front Opposite ysii House ll -T- STT vv-- 7 m and do some shopping Ben Hel lard has moved to his property that he purchased on Main street. Thomas Tones, whom tho flu had, or who had tho flu, is at his post again..- - W.N Riggs, who has been on the sick list for some time, is slowly improving. J. W. Baker, of Mt. Vernon, was in our town Sunday between trains. Mrs. "E. L. Cockerell and littlo SZrXEZ2Z2Z2X2XI3CI son, Brown, were in London be tween trains, Monday. - Mrs. Thomas Noris is visiting in Paris ttiis week. Mrs. George Smith has returned from Corbin, after a few days visit with relatives. L.M. Oliver has moved his family to Paris, where ho will make his future homo. E. B. Owens has moved into tho property vacated by L. Oliver. Wo understand that James D. Black will bo a can didate for Governor and wo are satisfied as to the nomination Mrs. O R. Foley and children aro Deboo died at her home near visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster Saturday and was James McGuire. brought to Poplar Grove for burial. Sho leaves six children And a number of relatives to mourn her deatjh. Logue Golfe Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Owens is just recovering from an atand family spent Sunday with tack or ""the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D L. D.liiiighain, W. II. Cummins and family were guests of Mr and Mrs Columbus of Quail Miss Susie Cummins Metcalf, of the Ottawa section. spent Saturday nightat the homo Miss Dorothy Owens entertained of hor brother, W.H. Cummins. a fow of her friends Saturday Married, Mr. Russel Albright. evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles son of Ben Albright and Miss Thompson spent Sunday night with her sister, Mrs. Frances Florence Major, daughter of Joe Thompson. Miss Dorothy Owens Major on January iO Those aro was tho guest of Miss Grace splendid young pooplo and have Thompson Sunday afternoou. a host of friend wlie extend congratulations Joe, tho littlo son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G Horriu is For Infants and Children suffering from a broken arm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dault King spent Kn Use For Over Years Sunday and Monday with her Always bears the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II Signature of Owens at this place Mrs Laura WILL A ILL A CASTORIA N 30 6& LIVINGSTON Judge Summers, who has been oufined to his room for about two w.ol(s, is about able to bo out again. Walter Browning, of Stanford, is visiting relatives here. Mrs James Davis, oj Knoxville, Teun., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Cockrell Miss Marie Ram bo and bio her, Willio, were at home Sunday from school at Stanford. A. W.Bourno, of Paris who was once out agent, was hero Tho Holiness people Tuesday. aro holdincr a revival in town. S.C. Franklin, the watch inspector, Mrs. G. S was hero Tuesday. Griffin and children, have ro. turned from Mt. Vornon, and while there visited tho old homeplace near buckeye. Tliey aro thinking of returning there in the near future Jo live Born, to the wife of W.O. singleton, a fino girl, on' tho 8th. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Di'ckerson left for Cincinnati, Tuesday. They will make that city their future homo. J. A.Oli ver, of Winchester, was with our merchants, Tuesday. Robert Elliott has returned from Franco und is looking fine, lie says he did his part in putting tho quietus on the fluns. W.M. Thuckerbits moved to Lexington. He bus been transferred to that division Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Hughes have re turned from Paris and Cincinnati, whero they .went to visit relatives 1 I v.. ft you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy pipe ana cigareuu iiimuu s suibiuuo ia oiwjr-in- g as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-fouIt's never loo lato to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastur- e! to give you more For; P. A. is trigger-read- y tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecareer. r! P help YOU can'tevery cutting loose joy'us time you flush your smokespot with Prince Albertit hits jured. It is tho purpaso of tbe Safety Section of tho Railroad Administration to demonstrate by "No Accident Week" that this gnat economic loss of lifo and service of industrial workers can be materially reduced and to this end Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down that P. A. did not bito your tongue or parch your throat. And, it nover will! For, our exclusive patented process cuts out bito and parch. Try it for vhat ails your tongue! Toppy red bast, tidy red tint, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and Ihut clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps tho tobacco in such perfect condition. That's because it has iho quality. R, J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winton-Salem- , N. . C T. 6&IZ&. .1so - r:Cr'' - WPTiTS Si 'I r '3a iri - ot Mt. Vernon Signal.;; led -Utva Henry wirz, who was I TVTTV and dxo b.v court martial cutcd after the Civil Wur lor Friday, Jim. 24, 1919 cruelties suffered by North-r- n pisomrsln the camp he com. sssraara SSi Published every Friday It imtndcd nt Andcrsoinille, Ga ZXt EDGARS. ALII R CI, 7. several Tne Courier-Journmonths ago suggested that the t.0 Wir. SUBSCRIPTION OIK VUAR casi might well serve as a I precedent for the punishmeut f Advertising rates maae known on transindividual Germaus who application gressed the laws of war. She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been. In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of Capt. f lonry Wiiz was the com MKMBKROP and has been made under his per- niaud.iut of the AndersnnviH SSOCIATION KENTUCKY PKRSS Bonal supervision since its infancy. prison camp Ho was by birth ACCUXi Allow no one to deceive vou f n this. German, but was regularly i are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and tlie Confederate service. Neatly Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. six months after the war endi he was tried for "violation of the I NORTH-WES- T laws of war" by a military comfor Castor Oil, Paregoric, Castoria is a harmless substitute him mission, which oronouueed Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains substance. Its neither Opium, Morphine nor The lettor of Jitdu Hetliurum guilty of conspiring "maliciously. age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has traitorously and in violation f published in these columns two been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, weeks ago, has caused much com- the laws of war to impair and Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids ment. The article was very inj'irj the health and to destroy the assimilation of Food; giving healthy .and natural deep. timely and we believe will result the lives of large nnrnbers of Fed The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. oral pf soners, to wit, the number in much good toward wiping out of r.b.iut 45.000 soldif rs in the the dastardly evil which has so ALWAYS GENUINE imperiled our town and county mililarv service of the UniUd so long. The whisky traffic is Stat.s held as prisoners of war Bears the Signature of the worst evil the country has to at A dorsonville, in the State of face and the bootlegger is the Geo g a." He was sentenced to death, the hardest violator of the law to convict. Ho picks his man to sentence bearing Ibis indorsement The proceedings findings and sell to and once the site is made it is the hardest problem yet, to sentence of the court in the withextract from that man who buys, in case are approved, and it is just where and from whom he ordered that the sentence be car The Kind You Have Always Bought made the purchase. When the ried into execution by the officer 4.' THE CENTAUR COMFANY. JBW VOWK CITV. of jury is selected to try the case commanding the Department Dick, Tom or Harrv. who are op Washington, on Friday, the loth posed to whiskey and would con day of November, 1865, between vict, either manage to get ex the hours of 6 o'clock a. m and and left 'several children and cued from the jury or they are ia o'clock noon. Andrew John L'rand. children, and a host of -cut off by the attorneys in the son, President. m -- ;,: ( dirtv'w'fT''-V.VA'.iittt- l babv frula to iiloU'rH. WW-.' ,..; .v, in .mil-r.- '"the" wittioi.- take' 'ciJe.'''lire ua jw me uiiwe iiiiuic "MtefMulirris was in'Ltvuiig-to'nanmnmbL'redwttlTthu"Biclrr stautltrmi-say- s liuhaught" fronnso" Milch Cow, Mr! and Mrs. Wilson Mules and Mrs. Euirete Stokes Tuesday. Mr. and and so. The bootlegger takes Prison at Washington. Allen aud twin babies, Erlve and Paper Roofing, rolls iy ire, rod Fence the stand and says he did not Confederate historians resent and Mrs Alfred Barnes spent Borlye, of Cooksburg, are with Harness, etc. Mts. Ceo. sell. The Judge instruots the this action as unjustifiable.insist-in- g Sunday with Mr and Also Looms. Spinning Wheels, Born, January 17th to his mother, Mrs Louisa Allen, and General Household Goods. Perciful. jury according to law and the that the hardships suffered the wife of George Henry on this week. Wm. Anderson is other articles too numerous to mention. and Hogs, Scrap weakness of the law in such ease, by the prisoners at Anderson-villa eirl. Mrs. Lizzie Rob the sick list this week. Ben Met- gives the doubt to the defendant were due to the refusal of family, of Wildie, are Made and he goes acquit. The Judge, the Federal authorities to ex- bins was the guest of her sister, calfe and on day of Sale. visiting relatives or tnis place, Mrs John Marler last Monday.--- ! the sheriff and prosecuting attor- change prisoners, not withstand ney, have each done his duty. the repeated efforts of the Con- Alfred Barnes spent Sunday Immortals The law lias been followed to the federates to relieve their crowded with his mother, Mrs. James very poor letter so far as the court is con- prison by arranging exchanges. Barnes, who is in Theodore Roosevelt health. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Judge Cam Printed by cerned, the jury satisfied that justice of the sentence, McKinriey, of Hansford, spent The . Mulling they did theirpart, the bootlegger however, has bo bearing on the SqtuVday nignt wHu tbptlatjerjs January 8, 19W . pleased with the great victory value of the case as a precedent VesuV. from the Sierras' Uovy peaks sister, Mrs. Mitchell Norton. stopwon and the public without Plainly it indicates a wayjby To wintry wooda of Maine, the facts at which the perpetrators of many A. C. Sowder has returned home Ton thousand wires from sea to sea ping to consider spending several days after once, place the blame upon the German outtagos may be proper Kulayed the sad refrain. body was sent back to the old the officer ot officers of the Jaw, ly punished after peace has been with his son, Paris,- at Knox By wireless and through ocean's depths home in Kentucky for burial -- Misses Nancy and Sa'llie The news of sorrow spread, that he is not doing his duty. proclaimed. The murderers ot villo. America, The Bronze Badge of Honor was The court can not do it all. Since Capt Fryatt, for instance, the as- Sowder spent Sunday with their "The strong man ofis dead." . Our Roosevelt sent to his parents fioin the State sister, Mrs. Chas: Shepherd, at Bethurum's letter was Judge oQico of the Reserve in Louisville sassins of the innocent on board Cove. The family of Otis s Full was the life that gently passed we havo heard re published, the Lusitania, the Leinster, the in memory of a faithful soldier Hay When over Oybter has Uu Miss Hattie Car peatedly from people "What is Liirana Maru the Ancona, etc ,, raical, who has be n with her The clouds of morning turned to wings who performed a patriotic service Cam Mulhus doing'? In justico with the brutal violators of the Of gold usiainst tho gray. OF THE 2 for his country. to Jujgo Mullins we want to say laws of war in countless other grandmother at Mt. Vernon for Green are the laurels that we bind Now, although peace has come, tho past month, spent several About his quiet, brow, that he is trying to do h.s duty cases, may bo reached and there is a call for service in 1919 days;with her mother here. Born, And bitter Is theijfrief we feel, Take the records of his court; dealt with by this method. to help feed tho starviug millions will lead us now? wife of Wm. January 12. to the lfor who the number of men who has been The French are insistent in ot Europe Enrollment Week is brought before him for investiga their demands that such culprits Hayes, a girl. There wero no In homes of rich and poor alike fie week of January 20 26, and all weddings in this neighborhood 'face U shrined, His pictured tion, the number sent to jail and shall bo punished. The British bays in Kentucky betweon the Is Now In Session every trust it is sufficient proof of what ho havo preserved long lists of during the holidays but, there For he was true to ages of 16 and 21 are urged to en And kin to all mankind. aro prospects for several in the can is trying to do. The officers them against the day of judg roll for vacation work on tho Mrs Robert Mar As statesmen, author, soldier brave, only do their part. Tlio juries ment. The peace torms should near future And patriot to tho end, ler and children spent Sunday We mourn for him, and more than all farms. Boys of these ages who must do theirs and the people require the facilitation by the All the subjects embraced in the Common work on the farms of their parwith Mrs. Charlie Fletcher. Wo mourn him as a friend. generally must do theirs. It is vanquished School Curriculum are oilered. of the efforts to Mr. and Mrs Rile ,Rash are num Special ents or neighbors ato entitled to too big a proposition for two or identify the guilty in cases where Colunbia'8 starry height , enroll and receive the rewards of vork will bo given in 'Agriculture and sick. There Upon bered with the Three preat immortals stand, three men's job. identification may be difficult were services at Hopewell several service. Attractive posters havo Laru's "Tho Science and Art of Teaching" Washington, Lincoln, "Roosevelt, Once for all the German idea nights last week conducted by been sent out by government ofright hand. At Liberty Juuc.i! B. J. Bethurutn has in war must be Rev. Lowis. ficials in Washington to all high Juko McLomoro Their glory U a beacon to Students may enter at any time. sent out a call to the citizens of that all's fair The footsteps of the free, schools, libraries, postofEces, dispelled. Courier Journal. near iBrod has moved to a farm his homo county. He says that Tuition Review Course $3,C0 a splendor In tho skies railroad stations, Y.M C.A buildwas Their names a it is reported to him, on reliable The residence of W. K. Shug-ar- head Mrs. Charles Fletcher For all eternity. month. employment government havauthority, that conditions in this Minna Irving. ings, brother of the Misses Shug-ars- . in Mt. Vernon Wednesday High School $4.00 effices, etc., advorti&ing Enrollcounty aro horrible, made so by of this city, was destroyed ing dental work done. ment Week. IM MEMORY OF A AITHfUL the illegal sale of intoxicating by fire on his farm a mile out of The World moves, and he who stands still is liquors. Just so, Judge, just sol Liberty, Casey county, early SOLDIER State of Ohio, Ciiy of Toledo, S either crushed or lejt behind. Wisely you have called upou the Monday morning, with a loss of Lucas County, ss. Neatly framed and hanging Chas. Rice, of Liviugston, was people and I hero is no question from $5,000 to $6,000 as ho car Frank J. Cheney makes oath tho wall of the homo of Mr. Tuesday. but what a great majority of them ried no insurance of any sort. in this part Monday and of Ford's thathejs senior partner of the Mrs John Allen is tho guest of and Mrs. A.J. Brewer, aro with you in your light against Mr. Shugars is in Richmond with Ferry. Ky , is the treasured Of. firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing Mrs. J. H. Roberts this week. the boot leggors. It is said that his sisters', and says that all he been on the ficial Commission and tho Bronze business in the city of Toledo, at least thirty gallons of liquor saved from the building was the J. ft. Mullin? has Badge of Houer In tho u. fa. Boys County aud State aforesaid, and are brought in hero every night. suit of corduroy working clothes sick list for several days but is Working Reserve of their dead that said firm will pay tho sum better at this time. Ben Mullins That can be stopped by the that ho had on. son, William Btewjer. When tho Sf ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ts in the western part of the united and determined efforts of Mrs. Shugars was in Richmond call came a year ago for all boys for each and evory case of offi at the '.lino. Mr. Shugars went county this week. John Lear, of our peoplo, county und city tho ages of Catarrh that cannot bo cured 111 Kontucky between cials. Go to work and when to the barn at 6:30 Mouday morn- Carico, was with tho merchants 16 and 21 to enlist in the great by the use of HALL'S CATARRH they are ciught, give them the ing to milk, aud while bo was; ofthis place Monday. The threo Mullins Reserve army to back tho bovs in MEDIC1NW. limit. The .violators of the taw away the house caught fire. Ho small children of Ben Frank J. Cheney. trenches by service on the test the officers ut evory step. thinks that a broken stove pipe have been on tho sick list for a tho to before mo and subSworn farms, Wijliam Browor was one They scent at once the official caused the fire to catch in t'10 few days Miss Maggie Mullins has been sick with a severe sore of tho first to respond. He woalced scribed in my presence, this 0th in sympathy and willing to wink roof. When ho noticed the blazo Died, faithfully during tho summer on day of, December, A. D. 1886. his eye at their nefarious busi- it had gained considerable head- throat for a few days. A. W. Gieason, and then in the ness, Now let the good citizens way. He rushed to it aud en Auut Martha, at the home of l.or.his father's farm Notary Public. (Seal) Chas, Durham, January 16th. full when tho harvest had been aud officers of our county en deavored to save some clothes, son, Hall's Catarrh Medicine is tak-eIn gathored he entered a munitions thusiastically respond to fudge but was almost suffocated and She was laid to rest at 2:30 internally and acts through the family burying grouud. Auut factory in Michigan. While there Bethurum's appeal and assemble hud to get out quickly to save his ho was strickon and died and his the Blood on the Mucous Surof age on the first day of his Circuit life. He then bud tp htand by Murtha was about 80 years faces of the System. Send for in Mount Vernon and there impatiently, and 600 his horn; ull Court testimonials, free. and then begin a campaign for furniture and all the family's P. J. CHHN1SY & Co., Tole-do- , the complete annihilation of those wearing apparel go up in flames O. who peddle this vile and corrupt- Mr. Shugars went to MoKinney, Sold by all druggist, 75c. ing stuff. whero ho obtained some clothes, Hall's family pills for and came on to lticbinond with tya thit old mire beglrn with swallow ot water. The oil stimulates ScUnc THK WIRZ PKbOKDhiNT the bud uows for bis wife. Tho weakened kldneyi and digestive the kidney action and enables the organs to throw orf the poisons which This being true. It Is easy to believe xause premature old age. New life and DON'T YOU FORGET IT. An Associated Press dUpatch homo had been refitted by Mr. that by keeping the kidneys and diyou continue tne proper and from Paris says: und Mrs. Shugars a few weeks gestive organs cleansedcan b Indeferred strength Increase as treatment. When completely restored Bear in mind that Chamber. working order old age continue taking a capsule or two eacb. and lite prolonged fur beyond that Leon Bourgeois, former Pre ago when they moved to the farm, day. GOLD MBDAL. Haarlem Oil Iain's Tablets not only move tho by the average person. will keep you In health and vigor mier and French authority on the uftor ho sold oat his drug storo bowels but improve tho appetite over 100 years GOLD .MI.'UrtL. una prevent a return 01 me For or dltM IX not wult until old the Haarlem on haa been relieving adRichmond League of Nations, in a statement in Stanford. strengthen the digestion have Milled down for good, 06 to your and weaknesses and disability due to tlruirirltft And mA a. box Of OOU) vancing tears. It Is a standard to the Matin cites as a precedent They contain no pepsin or other) MKDAL, HaarUm Oil CapiuUi. Monay horn remedy and needs no IntroBtlp Mr. Shugars was in the drug duction. UOUI MKUAL, Haarlem Oil Is refunded If tiny do not to you. TUraa digestive iermeut dui airoDf,n'-for the punishment of Germans aak .for tha Inclosed In odorless, UeleUee capsules alias. Uut ramtmbtr containing aliout i drops cftcn. Taks original Imported a OLD MKDAL brand. tbe stomach aud enable it to perof degrees convicted of viola business in Brodhead for a num. them as you would a pill, with a small In aaaled packa. form its iunctions naturally. of years. ber tion ot the laws of Children Cry for Fletcher's i !Pij."blio ZZXEZSZXZSXgZXi ONE MILE ii 4TTX t al Sale! ,IXt t t "fig f,i:EX sSXL i lvcKcccvscccccxsNCCcccs WILL ON iVjz. Saturday, February 8th OF BRUSH CREEK "Just-as-goo- What is CASTOR other-narcoti- A At the Residence of William McNew Offer for Sale to the highest bidder as a whole or in part ;;i A SAW MILL &L&&&fa consisting of Engine and Boiler, Saw In Use For Over 30 Years CASTORIA Rig, Planer, Shingle Rig, Shafting, Pulleys, etc. -- $M.V HOP E WEXL V'A'.. J-.- A ', Thrashing .Machine wrmmimm.rqe. W . Wagon, About 40 many known 50 2-p- '?." , L. .'A.- -.. -ai itaT T va15"fi!rhlfea-ih"tBo"Dld""lDap- Pair Work Farming Tools. Plows, Mc-Clu- o Iron, I TERMS The McNEW MOS'E BOGU E SM IT H Auctioneer, The Normal Department IZZZZZH 1 I Rob-bin- Mt. Vernon Graded and High School B s. WITHE f .... x- - R up-01- 1 I More Shoes AT BROWN'S n PLENTY OF FRESH THE QUALITY AND MeatsGroceries K EVERY ONE KNOWS EVERY ONE KNOWS OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS ora. Cap-aul- aia. BROWN MAIN ON ST." old-tim- e " 'YT w ' , 1 . 1 j' V 4$ h.JE. r v . " ... 7VJ. . t Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Kit; Jan, mfC 34,. 1919 fM wonltoOorainunl.tD ana with SIONAL up"No.j" wnnwr. LouievilLt 4 Nasxyiuc R R.Co, . deal so wd understand, for the 4.5 ' 22 north lot botween tho picture show a a ....... 8:35 24 north , . house and C. O. Williams' resim :35 P 28 south when a wagon turned over with dence and will t.begin soon the 12:46 a m 21 3outh him. erection of a two story brick J as. Landrum, Agent. Vulas Dowel!, son of Raymond building to be used as a garage. Phone No. 8. Dowell, who was operated on at do Robert Nixon, a well-tEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitoc London a few days ago for appen- . TIME TABLE. Roscoo Hansel was badly hurt in the mines in Harlan Dr Walker Owens returned yesterday from Chicago where he went to tako a special course Mr. and Mrs, Tom Hatcher, of Norton, Va., are with Mr, Hatcher's mother, who is very sick. Sam Prico has returned from Vancouver, Washington, where be has boen working in the lumber forests for Uncle ISam. A man by the name of Grimes living on W. T. Hicks' farm near . Lost: An open face gold caso watch, Elgin movement. In the back tho words "Mothor to Herbert" ore engraved. Return to H. T. Young, Mt. Vernon, nnd receive roward. A. G. Ball has bought the stock of goods of A T. Furnish at Orlando. Mr. Furnish bought tha stock from Mr. Ball Jast summer when tbo latter was called into service jj....,.. TH5r; 'M. "H . k MM '.. " wnwm riliitiiiiiMMtgagtMgf'i II IM yr,, . m - y Bryant Bros, have closed the ... ,.. o dicitis, is back 'homo and got' farmer of tho Brindlo Ridge sec tion died last Monday after an ting along nicely. PERSONAL illness of pneumonia of only a Judge L. W. Bethurum was in few days. The deceased hud Luther Muliins is Cincinnati on Danville Sunday to 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 ho went to Richmond and was to school after Xmas. very pick to day. in the rain a good 'portion of the day. On his return homo that 0. A. Mashal is again barber, Mrs. R. B. Hatcher who as stoond-cias- s mall matter. Satisfaction guaranteed 'tf for the farmers T. 1 ?' J ''ItH Z-- Vkb ing in Mt. Vernon. Miss Ida Hamlin has been very sick during the week. W. H. Fish is confined to his room with a very sevare cold. Mrs. E. S. Albright will go to Knoxvtlte today to visit relatives. U. G. Baker has been in Louisville during the week buying goods. Arthur Cooper has had pneumonia instead of mumps. He is better. moved from Level Green to the Dr. Las well residence in the Asber addition, has been very Bicle during the week. Her daughter, Mrs. Beaty.came Tuesday to be with her. Miss Iola Hansel, who has been holding a government post; tion at Lawrenceburg for sevoral mon'hs, stopped hero for a few days last week to visit her sis ter, Mrs. Sam Fields, while to Middlesbojo where she will be located in the future. e night he began feeling badly and gradually grew wore until the end came. The Stock Pons .are being pushed and with two more weeks like the past two, will almost be completed. The building is 140 x8o feet; has between 40 and 50 pens, two large drive ways and room above for all the feed or anythiug else the company will likely over have money to buy. Farmers are coming in every oT"jiiU"v,iVrir think what! it would mean if you could JiKST u satisfaction guaranteed " before yok. If planted your crops, if you could know that every acreqf land would produce afiubuaper crop." You'd not have to worry about poor crops; you'd always be certain of full returns for labor and money ' invested. 'ij 1: . - . 1 , c Ttf ..- -' ". viii. . Ing to seirout,"oxpscu to go to Indiana. George Jones bus been discharged from service and Is now -- P -- 4- j iijrmnrrri , StfRsUV. HrJtekv4M& , . i.-'-.. ".rrzr-vmjk "r W2".. 8 noes lor 92.ro at'uruiaraouu s ThCdirectora areas follows: J.w. .fiuy iran MMwy from k. -,- Sam Fatton, alive to prise means to the county. at once, tie nas jusi reat homo. FAIR MEETING. overseas and is suf Mrs. W. J. Sparks and daugh- turned from The Mt. Vernon Fair Associa Mrs. fering with pneumonia. ters, Misses Fan and Bess are in tion met at the Court House at a Patton left on first train Louisville. regular stated meeting and a Mrs. Luthur Muliins, who has LOCAL goodly number present. After been very sick for past three same several talks and suggestions by O'Bryan overalls at the weeks, is 'better. the members present the follow- price at Fish's. Miss Kaihryn Finzel. of Alamg officers 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 Kenzie. Finzfcl and wife. P. rejLEK Sutton, husband, yesterday from the gressiog. People who have never Red Cross at Norfolk, Va , saying given the question a thought,do that it she wanted to see her not realize what such an entermessage lul. sm1 i.uict RCrWuujt ;ust '''"i cvv nhnr work isro- need good clothes, shoes another things to wl&cajM&QfietgQyL only merchandise of a quality that we know will give long service and we guarantee your satisfaction in every respect. 1 "JLt's just what you can 'be sure of if you come here when you 4v There's no better way to get big returns for your money than to put it into such high grade goods- - 'ja come , . -- Ml as we sell. ' V) Louis Miller is in Louisville on business. Louis will likely go in business in Mt. Vernon. Miss Bessie Hamlin, who has been sick for more than ten weeks, is reported better this week. Mrs. Sam Fields has taken rooms in the Mt. Vernon hotel and placed the children Jn school. Miss Fanny Spratt, of Cincin. nati, is here for a several weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Parsons, Wra. Bullock. Tom Kir by, T. J. Nicelev, Dr. M Penn W. ti. Jones was appointed ington, Win. Poynter, David and qualified Wednesday as ad 1'. L- Durham and E. S ministrator of tho estate of Albright. Aug. aro Robt Nixon deceased. tbe dates set lor the big Mt. Ver Earnest Dotson. son of J. R. non Fair. Wo are planning to Dotson, of Wildio and Miss Julia give special premiums and atten Cummins, daughter of Mr. and tion to registered hogs, sheep Mrs. Mat Cummins were married and cattle and assist in every Wednesday at the home of Rev. way possible to place our stock H. T. Young, who officiated. raising on higher ground. C. D. Sutton, Secy, protem This Is a splendid young cjuplo and we join with their friends in The case of Boyd Kelly, of Davis. congratulations. Harlan county, charged with Mrs. August Kreuger, who was murder, will by change of venue so very sick with pneumonia at Mr. Charlie L. Tuggle, of be brought to Rockcastle county the time of our last issue, is Mansfield, Illinois, and Mrs. Lula for trial and will no doubt be Bray Cress, of near Mt Vernon called at the coming February better. Clay Thompson were quietly married ut the home term. Some four years ago ac Mr- and Mrs. are rejoicing over the arrival of of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dally, cording to reports given out ut Monday, Jan. that time, and since verified by their tlrst born, a boy, named tho latters sister on 20, at six o'clock by Kev. Green disinterested parties, that Kellj Charles Leo. The youngest child of Mr. and Fish Private Tuggle has been with a posse ot men ordered to training camps for the last do so by Judge John A. Ward, Mrs. Louis Cooper has been very in seven months and has recently then County Judge of Harlan, sick for the past two weeks with been discharged. They will re- went to Coxton where serious pneumonia. side near Mt. Vernon. Their trouble existed between the Lick Dr. Leo Chesnut has been join in wishing them to his bed for tlfe past ten many friends Branch Coal Co., and tbe miners. a long and happy life. This is a In a general fight between the days. The doctor has never telt splendid young couple and the miners and men sent out by the right since he bad the flu. people of Mt Vernon will be glad County Judge, two of the miners Prof, and Mrs. D. H. Lyon came to have them reside hero. were killed and others wounded out from Louisville yesterday for the Masonic .banquet last Bridgb: W. T. Hicks and H Kelly is charged with doing the stopping with H. Wood two of the biggest tax shooting The change of venue night. They are was granted because Harlan is Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham. payors in tho county and two of was up from the best and most progressive largly union and tho claim is George Furguson made that a jury of non inter Junction City yesterday for a farmers and business men of the ested men in tho case would bo few hours to see his mother. He East side, aro very much inter impossible to get. Kelly is running botween Somerset ested in getting a bridge across almost is a largo holder of coal interests freight. and Lexiogtoti on local Clear Creek, near the L. T. Stewin Harlan and has a strong back Mrs. Mike Faunon has returned art farm and in getting the road ing by many of the influential from a weeks visit with her par- out of tho creek, for a distance mon of that county. The prose ents in Harlan County. She has of several miles. This road is cution has equally as strong a resigned as Hello Girl at this main thoroughfare leading from backing and the case 00 doubt place and they have moved back Wildie up to Dispulauta, Climax will bo a hard fought one. and the East side of tho County. to Livingston. During tho wet weather season it The annual officers' banquet of A. M. Hiatt, the popular cash-le- r is impossible to get up and down the Masonic Lodge, was held last of the Citizens Bank, was thiscreelca large part of the evening In tho lodgo rooms. Tho here yesterday on business. Mr. time and these men are willing lunch was prepared by tho WillHiatt has more than trebled the a goodly portion of the ing Workers, and it is unnecesdeposits of that institution since to stand cost of the road, if the change sary to say that it was O.K. There he became cashier. can be made and county furnish wore about sixty present. There J. Louis Cooper was. called a bridge. Too many people aro was also a public installation of homo from the Leo County oil made to suffer asl the result of the oflicers, the newly elect being R. field on account of sickness in horrible condition of this road, H. Miller, Master; F. L. Durham. his family. He found three of which is right along the crook Senior Warden, and C. D. Sutton, them slrlr with pneumonia, the bed and lots of times this creek Junior Warden. two youngest very sick. is past fording, These people Steve Price received a message Richards will go are entitled to some relief and it yesteiday that bis son, Russel, a Cashier W. L. to Cleveland next Friday to at- is to bo hoped tbst the Fiscal member of the Marines and one tend a meeting of tho various Court, which meets the last day the first of tho Rockcastle boys Chairmen of the Liberty Loan. of this month will take some ac to go across, was wounded oc At this meeting plans will no tion to got that road out of tbe June 18, captured by the Germans doubt be discussed for the Victory creek and supply a bridge which aud later died in a German bos is so badly needed. pital. Loan which comes in April, Hy-sing- er, ri srCr-DaYls- r rrs-rrn'.T'lW- . . . -"- - store. WE SHO NEW EVERY DAY kkkv "kkw mm ikkkkki ;.kkfLr, kRTv 40lHHHJHBlflfefcaJkr, THETLCcEtTHEYSTtYLEfe' st?i?fH'iNG . . , k ......J- - i. - S" V.I. . V COME FROM - THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS :!:t: ::!t t:t : CASH GROCERY STORE Hot Waffles or Pan Cakes Made from .iiiiiift WHITE FAWN OR present conditions, but on Si Mt. Vernon Graded and High sentiment of the citizens is re endure the other hand, if the Court ft bootlegging. garding More : : : : t r : t it 1 School r whisky is being sold in the coun- House is filled to overflowing with HONOR ROLL TOR DECEMBER ty now, if rumors are true, than citizens determined to uphold the 1 FIRST GRADE Pearl Sutton, Delbert French, ' Edward Muliins. ' SECOND GRADE Ada Sowder, Lena Barnes, Willie Reynolds, Daniel Cummins, Robert Muliins, Charles French, Elmore Williams. THIRD GRADE Tcopa Williams, Winnie Baker, Mary Katherlne Brown, Mabel C. Hansel, Nannie Dowell, Leonard Noaks. con-fin- ed PEARL FLOUR WITH ' Lena Sowder, Romio Cummins, FOURTH GRADE Marguerite Merrick, Nettie Cleo Orton. FIFTH GRADE Pen-ni- x, Creamery Butter For Breakfast, makes a good begin niug for the day. Edna Proctor, Kathryn Welch, Graco Bryant, Harry Sparks, Jennie Pennix. SIXTH GRADE GET THEM AT Nullle Cox, Ella M. Sowder, Lula Pennix, Clara Trub. SEVENTH GRADE has been for many years. The people should come together in a mass meeting and discuss means whereby we can stop this state of affairs. It has been the habit of the citizens who oppose tho liquor trafic to criticise the courts, and say that they should stop it, and that tho courts are not sincere in their expressed desire to eradicate this terrible evil, and at the same time Mr. Citizen sits quietly by not lending the Court the least bit of asist-ancand expecting some one else to report the offenders, while he, himself, does not wish to run the risk of incurring tho ill will of tho law breakers. The time has come when people must tako a stand on this question. If the Court House is not full, aud people do not show which side they stand for, then we will know it is tho fault of the citizens, and their willingness to o, law, the question will then bo solved, and we will know that bootlegging cannot survive in KocUca-tl- e County. Got your spring ginghams at Drummond's store. DUROc: I have just purchased a registered Duroc boar, now ready fcr service. Fee 50 cts, duo at time of turning in. JAS. WlNSTKAD, Jan. i7-- Wabd, Ky. For Sale One Iron GrayJack, no bettor breeder In tho state and a sure foal getter, 7 years old. For further particulars seo M. J. Bethurum, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Jan i7-- Children Cry CASTOR! A Subscribe for Signal FOR FLETCHER'S Drummond's LI VI Geneva Cox. SIQUTH GRADE. NGSTON Lillian Griffin, Mary E. Law- - rence, Ina Meadows. it-- HIGH ScIIOOl. .. - '3fa t M.W Hazel Johnson, Julian Miller, John Albright, Arthur Cooper, Baby shoes $2.00 valuo for Margaret Sparks, Colia Hiatt, $1.25 at Drummond's store. TuliaLandrum.Claudo McHarguo, TO THE DYSPEPTIC. Edna Davis, Bertha Bobord, Would you not like to feel that Laura Hiatt, Lorono Muliins, your stomach troubles are over, Everett Bryant. fbat you can eat any kind of food that vou crave ? Consider then the fact that Chamberlain's Tab- lots have cured others why not you. There are many who have been restored to health by tak ing those tablets and can now eat any kind of food that they crave. There Is a meeting called for tbe Court Houso at 1 p. in,, on Monday. February ard, this being Dentist tho first day of Circuit Court. A Ovor 0oe O. meeting Just llko this was never U. Baker' Stors before held In the county, Tho intention is to cot an expression MT. V E U N O N, KENTUCKY of public opinion; find what the RIliBSSS A1.1MH felbp noiw?- bvHB - wiivactwe women The Secret of Tfceir Beauty Lookkg their Bed all U Tub fa tie Ctiei Muiam of the llae Gnu Btllei. COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE DR. WALTER health, robust health, that Is responsible for tho Kentuckr looks If she gcta sick, she proceeds 10 B wen. rossessea need not of health! ho knows that personal charm aud attractlveuess ?"-."i" of the respiratory system, stomach trorrv. -- . They are uers. imi .. " . ,!.. llntllA Haliill. or oilier organ ur iurv u, tun uvuj. Latonla. ton. 817 Myrtle Avenue, says: I The record of l'eruna for nearly Kentucky, Is typical. She n half century Is u startling one. my life, until re- Thousands lmo discovered and teshav never In all cently, weighed over 10! pounds. tify to Its marvelous merit, l'eruna Finally, I began to Uite l';funa; Is eolil everywhere. May be pur. My welKht now Is i:0. While I chased In either liquid or tablet Your dealer has It Ask for didn't reully uted It, I hae blarted form Harlmau'a n l'eruna on tle third bottle, l'eruna lias Dr. me a Kreat deal of T"nlc. Do not accept u substitute certainly done Insist KOod and 1 recommend It to my or "somethlni; Just as good.' It Is well-know- friends. Suveral are tukliiK It det It Is surprUlnic the amount of pendence plarrd by women everyWorld where upon Dr. Hartinan'eforty-liv- e For Famous l'eruna. years It has been a household remedy lor coutths. colds, catarrh und all catarrhal lnUamiiutloa whether upon l'eruna. If you are sick and ufTerliiu from any cause whatever, write lue l'eruna Company, Dept. ti. Columbus, Health Ohio, for Dr. ilurtmuns Hook. The book is tree aud may help you Ask your ri.aler tor I'eruua Alniauuc .. A Jwui&Xslw intfaauKwmiiM mm uiLajjia S&Sft rlinhf As Administrator of the Estate of .Robert deceased, I vsill on Sheriff's Sale for Taxes I, or one of my deputies will on Monday Vob. 3rd, 1OI9, being 'tiie first day of tho. Rock castlo Circuit Court, beiween the hours of 9 o'ekek a. m , nnd 4 o'clock p. 111 , at the front door of the Court House in Mt Voinon, Ky. offer for sale to the highest bid STATEMENT of the CONDITION KY. of the PEOPLES BANK OF MT. VERNON, At the Close Of Business December 3 J, R NixontosutisJthomxdu und StutJ, e of land the County 3. It. C. 1 J9J8 AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE DECEASED About 2 Miles West of Wildie following property: Friday Ji vti 31 i-h- Tlusrjati Til' 19. Langi-ord- , ESOURC ES Precinct No. Tax & cost Coyic Heirs, lOOwrcs land VanWlnkle, J U 00 acre land I'recinct No. 2 Gentry, J E, 1 acre land Green, Annie, 3,3 nuies land Lawrence, J C, 1 town lot Patterson, MrsJ C, llown lot, . years 11)17 and 1918 Kcynulda, Ott, i acre land Thompson, A I., 28 acres land Whttakcr, Mary 1J, 1 acre land Preeincl No. 3 f2 7 . 10 33 'Iiix&coil f3 6 7ll 13 12 00 118 11 Loans $126,503.41 Due from Banks 28,972.40 Cash on hand .. . . 6,482.33 1,634.36 Overdrafts .. 6,000.00 Banking House, F. and F 438.42 Other Real Estate .. 7 17 $170,030.92 Capital Surplus Deposits 7 20 4 "4 A cost Offer for Sale to the highest and best bidder the Tax Arllicr, A, 1 town lot tVintf. Mm. 8 acres l.'iiul III aeivs hiiul DiiuUty, W-Hly, O .1, 1 nine land Herrinfiton, J W, 37 acre hind Howard, Mat, 33 itcres land Kidwcll, L K, 73 acres land Mai tin, MalNslc, 40 ucres land Otvena, Don, GO acres land Parsons, G G, 0 tiered land PhillipH, Charles, 11 acres land Tallinn, Dave, 83 acres land Wilson. John, 1511 acni.s land Wilson, Jolinie, 28 sicre-- i land Wynn. Mr land , 30 acrc 1'reclnct No. l, t H 48 71 a :i 111 hi S 6 13 Undivided Profits ...... . . LIABILITIES . $20,000.00 5,000.00 4,616.79. 13 1)7 Two brood Mares, one good span of Work Mules, I Milch Cow giving milk, six Ewes, one Brood Sow and three Sboats, one 2 horse Wagon one Corn Drill, three Plows, one Harrow, Harness, and other Farming Implements too numerous to mention, about 30 barrels of Corn. orse 14 V,l 21 11 6 5 6 3 A 15 14 140,414.13 $170,030.92 14 07 10 7 h'J 21 07 ""BSSSfflbld and kitchenurnitu. TERMS of Sale made known on day of Sale. This January 22, J 9 19. Chastccn, John II, 25 acres land Harclwood, I'd, 25 acres land llnrlcv. Alfrrd. IH acres land I. mice ford, Iiulee, IS Precinct No 5 4n 3 US 70 '''-rilBll"Tax & " cost Himi 1 1 HHH o HHH mm IH H 'A tI x 1 mm Pi iH On ens, Mattie, 30 acres land $ C 12 WWfT" r Precinct No. 0 Tnx&cost W. H. RfMIIP ww.- ws JONES, Ad mr. , acres land Launch, W K, acres hind Robinson, G G, Precinct No. 7 5 0.1 4 21 I ESTATE OF ROBERT NIXON QIWIITU ; Aiirvtirmoer. . ,v.Vw.w..wv,.. .. m Henley, Lloyd, Cotton, Lizzie, 5 18 Unfiles, Mrs Carrie, town lot Livingston Lumber Co, town lots 21 00 4 21 Wolf, Kd, acres land Tax & cost acres land f 10 05 2 44 acres land WILL ON Saturday , February 1st .At-thBs.claii Allei l' riTuiim&ri'd j'flrtA. Y3LenrcrT-o.- aeo 4M ' 11 .. a .&fl4- - v, . . a-Qf Commissioner's Sale Pi tjiOD THE first move I in awinnins karri? nf Itfp Is made Rockcastlk Circuit Court. Missouri Ramskv, Adrarx, Plaintiff, W. C. will educate you financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and and when sav- ing begins. It Think . m V"J I happiness. Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. Defendant, nnd : Com mlssioner's Salo Ta&cost Bam: oi Mt.Vkrnon, Plaintiff, Gibbons, N T,S0 acres land fUOO . Uolia, 0 acres land 4 45 vs : II RU Lon, Slica, 47 acrus land Missouri Kamsky. 0 45 AUmrx , &., Defendants. McWIllhins, V K, 5 acres land RevnoMd, C J, 75 acres land 0 68 By virtue of a judgment and Stephens, Tom, 40 acres land 3 07 order of the Rockcastle Circuit Towory, Lula, 3 acres limd Court, tendered at the April l'reolnct No. 1U. Tax & coat Term, 1918, thereof, in the above f 10 38 cause I shall proceed to offer for Clai'l, A M. 12 acres land 2 3S Duvall Hell s, 100 neics land stile at the court housu door in Hicks, I 30 4 57 acres land J, Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest Howard, Hettie, 88 acres land 9 06 and best bidder, at public auction, Johnson, O M, town lot G 72 Hou-m-d- vs KiriiY, : Tnx & cost Arnold, Mrs J S, 80 acres land $ 3 G llradley, J II, 00 acres land 4 11 0 20 Itenner, M V, 30 nci-e- land 05 acres land UoberlH, 0 99 1 08 Sears, O, 25 acres land 4 03 Sears. Charlie, 30 acies land 3 28 Taylor, J A, 25 acres land Precinct No. 9. l- . JU-- R,. vQQISON ABOUT ONE MILE SOUTH OF WILDIE On the Wildie and Mt. Vetnon Road ' Offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following: One Mare, 3 years old; one Horse Colt, 2 years old; one Horse Colt, J year old; one' yearling Mule; two Milch Cows; two yearling Heifers; 4 Sheep (ewes); some Stock Hogs ; Some Farming Tools : one Disc Harrow ; two Turning Plows ; one Roller; two Cradles; one I -- Horse Cultivator; two Double-shovPlows; about 200 bushels of Corn ; 10 bushels Buckwheat; some Household Goods, and many other things too numerous to mention. el 1 on Monday, Bank of Mt. Vernon 17 ing the first day of tho regular Ross, . D, 80 acres land Snoonamoru, S J, 7 acres land 6 lli Circuit Court for snid county,be Thompson, Joo, acres 3 10 land twecn the li mrs of 9 o'clock a m. Precinct No 11, and 4 o'clock p. in , upon a credit Tax & Co! of six months tho following do AnKlln, I) M, 30 acres Innd U CO 8 30 Bowman, I.uMiar, 100 acren i.iml scii'oed property: Precinct No. 12. O110 house and lot located in Mt Tax & cost Vernon, Kentucky, and bounded acres land $ 8 Si as follows: Beginning at a stake Jackson, Charles, (1 February 3, 1910, be Mctcalf. Charlie, 60 acres land 11 09 TERMS Made known on day of Sale. TROUBLE " Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite . a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and. a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil oi grease, Jt would spit It up. I began to have regular sick headache; I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these,'.I would-b- e con9tfpatt&.s?jiust seemed to tear my stomach all up. I tyttttifejere 15v' no good at all for my trouble. I heard '' THEDFORD'S recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht the Jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package-toda- y. If you take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE una - uauavQ w FlEntrtS -- s FOR CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR MRDIOINK. When a druggist finds his customers all speak certain preparation, ho 7 80 years approved surety, bearing logal In8 17 jrood oninlon of It nnd when In terest from day of aalo tfntil paid Carpenter, P C, 75 acres land 25 acres land 3 20 need ot such a medlcino is aland having the forco uud effect of Ingram, Paulina, 100 MnUins,Wni,Helrs, acres land, to it himself and most a judgment. Bidders will bo preear ll(-)ln uj In his certain This is why so family. 11 81 pared to comply with tjieso tonns. Mullins, Sam, 112 acres lupd many druggists use and recoin Maicln, Lincoln, 25 acres land 3 28 G. S UmiTiN, mend Chamberlain's Cou;h Rem- 00 75 acroe land Koblnson, Eddlo, n Innnc n Wrtll Irniwvn l .. Master Commissioner Hobinson, Garnctt, 15 acies land duugglstsof Curium, Ky., says, Rockcastle Circuit Court year 1917 and 2018 '4 21 Chamberlain's have- used 0 84, "I Ponder, Will, 0 acres land Remedy in ray iamfly for CO Cough Vaugu, Alii 20 acres land NO GREAT ACT OP HEROISM tho past seven vears, and liavo Precinct No. 15. REQUIRED. Tax 4 cost found it to bo tho best cough 0 88 medicine I have over known." If some act of Jioroism was Chesnut, W J, 10 acres land land 8 07 lie pessary to protect a child Tyree, Iillou, 44 acres 7 34 from croup, no 'mother would Tyree, James, U acres land PROPERLY FITTED hepitate to protect her offspring, but when It is only necessary, to GLASSES FCf! FLETCHER'S kcop at hand u bottle of Cough Remedy aud AT THE RIGHT TIME give it as soon us the tlrst is of of croup appoars, there Greatest lmpoHnnco, aro muny who neeloctit. Cham b. W, BSTHURUtt. JS If your cyc aro showing any deberlain's Cough Remedy ij withfects now Is tlio tiuio to bee in thn reach of all aud is prompt ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VBHNON, UV. and effectuul. DR. MOORE, The Optician 1017-10110'l7-'l0l- 3 23 Lamb, Uichard, aetes land 7 20 Meadows, Win, uuius land 4 31 Mio, I. M, acies land Itockcastlc Cement Hi I.lino Co, acres land 551 80 '. Precinct No. 13. Tax &.uost $ 3 41 Doolcy. Pat, 6 acres land Or suflicient thereof to produce Harrison, Win, 8 acres land 1 65 the sum 0368.26, with legal in: Todd, Harrison, 129 acies land 42 62 Precinct No. 14. terost fiom the nth day of May, Tax & cost 1918, until paid and the cost of 3 70 Allen, Joe, 30 aciMS land this action. Drowning. E S, 60 acres land, For tho purchaso price tho pur 10 05 8 j ears chasor must oxcciito bond, with Mullock, W It, 25 acres land, in u line between S B. Ramsey and J.W Patsons; thence with tho Mt Vernon-Crapublic Orchard road 200 It.; thence South 300 ft. to lino of R. 13. Mulliu.s; thence liiiMt 208 ft. to a lino of J.W. Pur sons; thence with Parsons' liuo to place of Degiiining. J.R THIS BEST COUGH in-- e T - Auctioneer, BOQUE SMITH ::::...::::: P. 8 al . OS .'.', b G '::::2 ! . .a ..MA.. iiuailliXKIIIttlieitMKItlHIIIMllIllitlllli DOTSON ........ iil s . :::: ,ii..H.. .. .. f I GRIFFIN ttlMIII DOUSE XMAS is over, but you still have to eat and enjoy life. You will still fihtl a Complete Lino of .I. 0 Fresh Vegetables FRUITS an first-class .l Ohildron Ory And nil kindn of Canned Goods, together with high grades of Meat, Lard, Flour nnd Meal, aud in fact. everything that ia kept in a Grocery Store Chum-jberluin- 's v3KXXXC inn J GASTOeiA Subscribe for Signal 33CXCcX 'Office on Church Street l Cox Bulldinc, Mt. Vernon, Kv. I P.Q.GRIFFIN BARGAIN HOUSE South S'tfc WC8t Main Street Mt. Vernon j. b. Cummins, Prop. 111 THE WVWVvvwwwvwwwVHBBBBBaBBB 1 1 mmmmt.".t:: 1 Hi I m i ii t - t 1111 m i n i ? It t t?