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NUMBER 21 good business men from each 1919 the Banner Building Year 'There is every reason to believe that 191Q -- -- will witness more building and construction work than ever before seen in a single year of our national, history. Nowv Mr. Farmer, get busy. Make life on the fzrrm attractive for your boys, by erecting new buildings. Come in and let me have a heart to heart talk. Suppose you are figuring on building a dwelling or even a chicken house I will ;tell you how much lumber to use, specify the price (even furnish plans if desired) and be all the service possible. : , magisterial distriot, conipsed'of one democrat and one' republican to meet with the Fiscal Court and advise with them on the great problems that will come before them, and as a member' bfMho Fiscal Court, it, would be a great relief to' me to feel that the people were backing the Court. Every body should be interested-ithis,' because it is for the benefit of the people. As I am your servant 1 feel that you should know what is going on, in fact, you- - are to know; when I am right' I want the' people tojstarict. ifme: and wh&n 1 am wrong ,1 want them to be against me. also favor that this money sballbe spent in each magisterial district as the law directs. This will be- lair to all people of the County. Some people are cf the opinion that this money will only be spent, to roais now under construction, but this is not true1, and .as further proof of this, 1 refer you. to the Attorney General's letter, which appears elsewhere in this paper. I havethe original; letter on file in my office, and thoss who desire may see it at any time. en-entitl- ed' 'ixf, t 1 sami ite Fawn -- 99 i MAK ES FLOUR BAG BETTER BISCUITS 8 - com-pLt- e . Remember : I am headquarters for Building Material of all kinds Cah MulunS and am in position to save you money on anything in thatline ROADS THE ISSUE Frankfort Ky. Judge'Cam Mjillins, Mt: Vernon, Ky. . ?eb?. 13. 1919- - S. T. PROCTOR r set for itself in the' con duct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emei gency and under all circumstances. 3 p$ - $140 PER w. F baker 1 T - i Tfi Bright Spot Just Opposite the Court House ,. ..--- DearSir: the rotH and I must say that, your courtand yourcbUnty-ar- e getting ,rca x note you intend progressive, to call the election on the 15th 01 nextjnon.thand lam sorry.indeed . ..." be . that I will not""-- able to be with you, but I will try and have Mr. Johnson present You will perhaps be able with some of your local talent to make a better impression with your citizens than you would by having sope of the members of this department with of-.- I have' yours lit: ;- m r - What About Your Held M- - " m . 7- - .4 5f- THE 'high standard this bank' , Seeds? 8 you. , The spirit of this institution be very glad to come to your county along about the first week in March at which time we could have a road meeting, audit would be well if thirfis advertised so tbKt we will have representatives' from all parts of the I will If y oil have never had any of our Gold Medal Field Seeds, just ask your neighbor what kind of a stand he got last year. We are not afraid to risk his judgment or yours. ,Any kind you want at is one of helpfulness. county. Rock Bottom Prices We should, like, to number you amoung our patrons. . . Please teel free to call upon me at any tine I can be of assistance to you in carrying this elec-tion or doing other roaid work In 1 the county. I hope yxm will. write" m& Vi t JSP"? PEOPLES BANK ', ";-1 the results of the meeting. Very truly, Rodman Wiley Commissioner YOUR FEED STUFFS book Ttiese Prices I ALSO SEE US BEFORE BUYING O 1 1. r- ,i tit. i vv JUpGE MULLINS EXPRESSES HIS YIEWS Otf - THE ROAD QUESTION The Normal Department ZZZZZZI OF THE - I have been asked by a number Mi Vernon Graded and High Sphool Is Now In Session i - subjects embraced in the Common School Curriculum are offered Special iwork-will- ' beJgiven in Agriculture tand. Larutr "The Science and Art of Teaching?' All-tHe . .- Students may enter at any time. ' tuition Revie.fr'Course $3,C0 a month. Scho61 High $4.00 -- of people about the Koad Law passed By the last General Assem bly of 1918, and the special session of 1917, and I am of the opinion if the people should turn it down, (hey! would make a sad mistake. The question is do you wart the Fiscal Court to still levy thetwem road tax they are now levying and have been for years on the $100 of taxable property for roads and bridges in County, and hot get any State or Federal aid, or do,you. want -- to- vote- the ; twenty-cen- t road taxn the i th day bf Maach, igxgnd get $3,00 frpni.the State for every dollar jtbe County-expend-son - roads and bridges. The- Fiscal Court ty-ce'- nt fau-madc- Attorney General's Office " Frankfort Ky.f Feb. i7, i9iq. Hon. Cam Muslins, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir:- - I gather from your letter of the i7thjinst. that your county is proposing to have a special election to ;Vote a tax not exceeding twenty cents under the Act of 19 1 7. Jn answer to your inquiry, if I have assumed correctly, the money thus raised by taxation or by levy may be used on anr road in the county atthe Vill riad discre tion of the Fiscal Court; provided that in the call for the election no roads are specified. If roads are specified, why- thin, the tax- iSv'y1' Auuov vro ucu on me specmea roads. -- Commonwealth of Kentucky Rapiers Horse Gfen" LiFy FFour & MuFe Feed per ci -- 5FT RapleKs Cfemo Dairy reed 25 ?bs, Lancasfer MeaF 00 iaoo : f l.oo 1b80 N Satind Feed Corn Oats Northern White year for sewing and (We sell lota of these Oat8 every ; we"do not call them Seed. alwu Call and see how to ?ver v Oc You .all know these Brands, and if you are a& the prices are right. If you have dealt v us you also know that the main idea is 1 ou know 2B2 -- YPrterjru:lyj. . r? .v'Jt. rips-'T T . CHATts.HM3JasCs r Coint ftdfilyidoflara how'inttch;dkl'that QoM, fV "n"eiH. F. GiPiffin " v and; .cents,-- laiitl PPi? vCoavyoa?rA5 oia-ffli- ay nbt al ways stop fork . whwiie, has a i s meets in, April to; make the levy vr-order that whn iU .Wi. but perhapa it would bkr.. 1 VZ i dJf fJ - to .get JfiCof ?jffi&igfy .X-i.t,i- Jii . liWarff to Self Your FarrT vmu - , y ,i '. 'MJBHM i- - WANT t w TO 2f Skt i JiJ - BUY A FARM? SEE 1 The World mevesy and. he wk stands still is either crushed er lift behikd. ' 7 I! C fei"" mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmm i:.rS A lix;11 inKjutwai onra djg dycandiNropciow?e:W: f,l General Asaembly thevrratr sm mric-a- . v J.. bottle of thM 'ttMBedy lolemlveiVhai? in jthe, house a ; miAHr'vnod paying, and aminrthe Jaw ithpeopr Jlavf to U iT Kfetia VSJj .iju vrv. rTvfBBCT ox.ta. T'BBEri A6TO- -L ?ihu.vv;'' ' P i. PS-r "TL 9 . AttHHIIC -- ...- ti. IN -- - .'"J'Mfc.lfctfC'? r : T, - - . m.rlMBQ-Idiitt.- i injlHIMwiafel s . - 111 II I MmmLAmmWLA v- mid mm I '.II. til m m'mJmA II R.H. MILLER !" MT. VERNON, , Vt 1:'f?H .. -. i3 KV. e ' . ttfc r' .? - r r - ?. 1 ,,.-- st. ffiil -- ..: -" ,1M.W.MaaBm with 4the great throng of people who seemed- tor have met-witone purpose only in view that ot ridl - r USE White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants. Made from selected Red Winter A trial will convince you Satisfac- tion guaranteed of money back, Made Only by " every one. The laws are sufficient to improve conditions in all sec lions pf the State if rigidly enFriday, Feb 21,1919 forced. v. The financial part of their office Pjiblishtd every Friday by is of vital importance; and trans, EDGARS. ALBRIGhl. actions for the County should be conducted along the same busi $I.O ness lines, that a good financier SUBSCRIPTION ONB YKARi would transact his pi ivate husiness-Th'dvtrtising rates maae known on business of couuty should be application curried on in a way that ail the taxpayers would know that thei MEMBER OF personal interests are being lookCBNTU Ef PRESS SSOCIATION ed after in a way to make the money expended" for taxes give of same them thtir legal pro-rat- e The tax payers of this and all other counties are entitled to have their money invested in the same e MtV;rnon Signal h Relieved of Catarrh Due to La Grippe, Thanks to Crab Orchard Milling - ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HON. E. BULLOCK Co. I J CRAB ORCHARD, amamamamwammmmmm KY- - as a cadidate for Representative from the Seventieth Legislative district, composed of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on August 2, 1919. business Jikejnanner that baoks or other business institutions re quire to make their business a success, and when the attitude of any Piscal Court is such ,as tc t as to thtir intenleave tions ot the expenditure of County money, a discord will aiise that will handicap any progress that a county should desire to make, and in view of the fact that we have State.aid for roads assured, and as the letter from our Con gressman indicates, we have as surance of Federal aid, w.e hope there will be no discord between any-'doub- 3 lb.can Hominy We quote vou a few 3 Jb. can Tomatoes 7c "J Not Extortioners 1 " 8c Beane 5c 3 lb.can Blackberries 5c 3 lb.can Saner Kraut 7c 3 lb,can Pumpkin 15c 3 lb,ean Peaches 3 lb can String " 0j "1 " 1 lb can Evaporated Milk "15 you-money the last of the old school of gteat American editors.has been among the palm tress of theSunnvSouth preparing his memoirs to be published by the Saturday Evening Post .and the Louisville Courier Journal. With keenest interest we await those memoirs, for wide : M ly will they be of read and deeply will they be appreciated. Gal. Syrup This grand old writer, .now in. 1 Gal. Syrup the twilight of four score years, has touched all the 'isles and con Arm & Hammer tinents of thought'; has enchart Soda , , ed many au audience with his Laundry Soap , splendid lectures; pleased many a convention with his eloquence; Steel Cut Coffee written many a wise democratic lb "IOC Dried. Beans, platform for his party in state Flour, per sack and natiou, and by his wonderful has enlightened the Best Coal Oil, gal, H editorialsThere is no man livjng world. '29 "Marse Henri" Watterson, our prices 40c $ " I 4c S 5c I I .50 ft 20c M our Fiscal Court and the taxpayers, and that the road tax election will be carried by an overwhelm ing majority William R. Doan. of this place, who for the past four years has been in the Army has just returr-e- d home on an indefinite furlough Within three days after his re turn, he purchased the livery outfit of John Olontz's and went t work. Wre feel that he deserve .- special mention for going so quick ly to work again, and hope that more will do likewise. The other drayman, WTalter "' evil known to us. . But since that meeting I have thought a great deal on the "subject, and teel that we failed to get the co operation of one class of professional men thai is necessary to get in order to make this fight a'howiing success,, and L it is that of the attorneys. realize that in a personal way they are with us heart and soul for I personally know every one of them and know the'm. to be good christian gentlemen; but it is and their duty too, to assist those who employ them in cases of this character as well as. other violations of law. What we- should do is to get these attorneys tb agree to assist in the prosecution of every case of illegal selling of intoxicating: liquors, not only get them to agree to assist, but iWe should employ them to aid the Commonwealth in prosecuting every case that comes before our Courts for the next two years, yes pay them and pay them well for their efforts. . Just think of it, when a case comes Deiore any uourt ol our county and ahalf dozen or more of tr e best legal talent in the state files into the court room and puts forth their best efforts to convict, use the same precaution ia the "selection of juries as is done in trying to secure an acquittal, how long would it be that a boot legger would refuse lo be born? How long would it be" until he would choose a different, stou? Booze would leave, the boot legger would go and we would have a county fit to live fn just as.soon as it was know that every lawyer in our couuty was emploi'ed to prosecute this sort of . ing our county of "the. greatest '' PERUNA Mrs. Laura Berberick, 69 years old, of 1205 Willow Ave., Kfoboken, N. J., fMmm&Kama3&r aaMM Lammm writes: ta-Grlp- pc. . iheir-professio- n, nttaefc of ago "Four years my I had a was troubled with sickness I After hoarseness 1....1 slime In the head and throat, ana - i, .i. t and r.fn.ph.- T trmlr rrttia medicine MM ....- ., iTTj r iut but without much benent. .very winier i iuui jmi, x i.n.. iwu LaGrlppe (last winter three times). The Catarrh grew worse. I could not He down or sleep at night. palii In my back Was always troubled with Bllmiv woke up, and had noand a terrible blood. headache every morning, when I and I read Danish, native got n Peruna Ithrough, every calendar in and thenray boushf language, of Peruna. 1 a bottle testimony, it y I can .truthfully testify that Pernna has been a great benefit to me. It has given me blood and strength. I can He down andinsleep my troubled. I have no pain, headache. oi noise without being gained In weight three pounds, which I think is good head. I have years old next summer. I have used J will be aixtr-nln- e for my I it Feruna since I started in February, .and I use be yet.ny Xeei cneerfulI home an In to Peruna. It will always and happy, thanks recommend it to those who need- it." FOR SALE EVERYWHERE UaUID OX TABLET FOItM aWaaaamtZ&r uo -- To-da- at. - Stop and Think first move THE a winning battle of life Is made when savIt ing beg ins will educate you ,-; financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence ah account with us today and stick to tt. Bank of Mt.Vernon VOU ARE INVITED To attend the Good Roads Meeting to be HELD AT THE COURT HOUSE IN MT. VERNON kaJ JOHN- - ROBINS v RpnnHFAn W e can save Lome to see us jft J More Shoes BROWN'S Meats Groceries AND AT PLENTY' OF FRESH EVERY ONE KNOWS THE QUALITY EVERY ONE KNOWS Henderson, is also one of the boys who did his bit. had several months service and on his return home promptly went to work. We ask for both these boys a liberal patronquarter. We doff our hat and curtsy low age and hope to see them both do .. in profound admiration for. this Tyell. great editor, who loves - "Old Kalmuck", and whose people love Help Needed and respect him. To him may Brodhead, Ky., the coming days bring sunshine Feb'. 20, 1919.. and nights the sweetest rest. Mr. E. S Albright, In good cheer may ie remain as Mt. Vernon.-Ky- . a great gift to the nation and his strength of body and mind be Dear Mr. Albright : Since the convention v as preserved that he may be enabled to continue his labor of love and held in your city I have heard some discussion on the subject, humanity. and everybody seems to be of the opinion that the steps taken at COUNCIL OP DEFEjNSE that meeting will lo a great ex It has been said that as was the tent help to put the r Fiscal Court of a' County, so was on the run, It is very trut-whethe County. If the members of .everybody will a Fiscal Court are vigilant and with the Courts it is a mighty strictly enforce the law, solicit easy matter to relieve our county and accept the aid of all citizens, of crime. they will be able to help peace .to I was greatly impressed with reign supreme in the County, and this meeting, and I appreciated and justice to be meted out o the spirit who cajLwrite as entertain-ingl- y as he always on the level, a befiever in a square deal and a fair fight he asks and gives no to-da- y Lawyers' anti-bootlegg- crime. 'Is this worth trying? I believe that every lawyer in your town would readily enter into contract to "prosecute these cases if the good people would get behind the move and agree to pay them for their service. Then why not give it a trial? I hope you will, agitate this matter and if it meets with the approval of those interested in seeing this sort' of crime stopped, then set to work t accomplish it. Very respectfully, John Robins. PERIODIC BILIOUS ATTACKS. - Persons subject to periodic bilious attacks will observe that their appetite fails them just before an attack. That is, they do not really crave food but eat because it is meal, time It they will eat - only a ' light meal and no meat, then take two-o- f Cham- barlain's Tablets the attake m.a; be avoided. Saturday MMarch -- ip. KENTUCKY'S STATE 1st .Hon. Rodman Wiley ROAD COMMISSIONER boot-legge- n te will be here and wil! gladly . explain the I new road law which was passed by 19 J8 . General Assembly Mr. Wiley .desires that as many people of the county as possible be present . . - that manifested itself Subscribe for Signal. at this meeting - P5 ON BROWN MAIN ST. immmmm TSSTE 8 SI ir h ft " I a t ;. . IFIH BARGAIN HOUSE 1 - . .. .. . WHEN YOU WANT l 1 NOTICE! V 4 llllllllllllllflmN ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT Call Term 8th day of February, 1919 " 1 'Hfilr imP-r uthhltiwli ttmf $S!S!'f 1 - Come in and see us. A look is the surest way to find out. where you can get what you want for the least money. Everything new and fresh and our prices right. DRY GOODS DON'T FORGET OUH - On motion of J. R. Evans, seconded by W. D Mullins,it is ordered by the Court that the Sheriff of Rockcastle County open a poll in each of the voting precincts of Rockcastle County on .f ., UiiH II VflHilllB P-Q.GRIF- GROCERY DEPARTMENT THE ' x u. I4 9, to ascertain the will the of the electors of said County on the question of Road "Arc you in favor of voting a 2Q-ceTax for the purpose'of constructing and im-proving the public roads and bridges or both as the Fiscal Court of said county may direct. Said taxation to run a period of 5 years1 15 day of March, 19 nt AY your smoketaste ''Wiiiil 2E I .flush up against. a listening- post and you'll lillllllllilllilllllillllllllilllll get the Prince Albert call, all right! iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBMC. .You'll hunt a jimniypipe so, quick and iJllllllllllllllllllM Jiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBgay get- so. much tobaccp joy out of every "ESSrr puff you'll wish you had been For, Prince Albert puts oyer a turn new to every man fond of a p$pe or a. home made cigarette. It wins your glad hand com- "h ""'Jhin ii dfl 'iliiiiiT"l ll llllIllllfMBl Hill In llllinillllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllli 111 I MwffitW T llll-Ml- r M - . -- j. b, Cummins, Prop. HllHHMIIMtllllMltlMMllliliatutiaaiu.... r..::::t ;:::::::: t ::: ::::::::::: Jiiii ill., !::: Mt.Vemon : t m HIS s! born-twin- -- KIDNEYS WEAKENING? Kidney trouble don't disappear of The housewife of Holland would alThey grow slowly bat themselves. undermining- health with most aa soon be without food as withsteadily, 'deadly certainty, until you fall a vic- out her "Real Dutch Drops, aa aha tim te 'Incurable disease. quaintly calls GOLD MKDAL Haarlem Stop your troubles' while there Is time. Oil Capsules They restore strength Dea't wait until little pains become big and are responsible' In a great measure, acaea. Poa't trle with disease. To for the sturdy robust health of taa 'avoid fWUr suffering- begin treatment Hollanders. t With GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Do net delay. Go how. ..Take ' three or four every druggist aa4 dayuatll you. are entirely free, from insist on his supplying yoa with GOLD paln..r Haarlem Oil Capsules. Takav preparation has been .thera as, directed, kad If yea are aet- Thls.w ae vof d Isatisned.wlth results your druggicwiU-- remedies for canturiea. In 1696 the gavern- -' .giaaiy- jeniawfroat.- aoner, be)tF fraseac 9c iae granted a .the name GOLD MBDAIr aa special charter netneriands Its authorising nootaar.ja and - . Mm,MWMfflmm - - f gl , . ;-- ' '. Copy attest v 5.-F, , . .. BOWMAM; S.R.G&; t4;:. . k 1 xinRmisfl '' wMmmmmmmimm: ' BlMMWM)pMl44lBjkMlUL& MKEKBEmm - pletely. That's because it has the quality And, right behind this quality flavor and quality fra grance is irince Albert's freedcta from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive "patented process., td smoke your fill at any- - clip jimmy p oraKin's dgvirett&pwithout a comeback I ''" Tmmmytmd km,'tldy rU tin, hmtdmm mJ md ' kmmiiitttv , mdtkat, bwrt priikmi km pmt nd tin $. HOUSE rt Soath SiJe We9t Maip Street BARGAIN j: : t ; s LOOK OUT! Wteyai szn AAA Cap-sml- ea U-ye- ar v "i? 1 R.;vRtyoliU -. r tkmt Jaani 7 r Tobacco im . fniiMrrm Jmammh sm U. WutotUm, N. CJ , rw fa if I :r all-kno- the-Ration- Hol-laa- - t wwwwmwv - - . -- ' thYM asses. acnr ,. t i ', -- .. .w,5-,'.;i-V S. 13JBft4l I 1.tiwri!-- f'S - fWv-.Ki- r - I' Ttrvtaa' . - - ii imiaml liiflifftff 3jeoe-i- T - PTfrfpwW v " s , tf - MM? IV. 2f z Mt. Vernon Signal Uc VEHNOHiE-Feb. Ladies' and children's coats, half priced Drcmmond's Store. Brown and bleached domestic, per yard at 1 yard wide, "" CONGRESSMAN-E.LEC- T ROBSIOIS WORKING FOR " ursurped'his throne and has been ruling the County tor years who 21,919 ROADS JL R79 up"No. 79" wtiwxi. want touommum 79 M with SIONXL Drumhond's Store. ' lc Barboursville, Ky., .Feb. 19, 1919. Mt. Vernon, Ky. .TjSLTiTL Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. TIME TABCB. 22 nortn.. 24 north 23 south 21 'XcO u 3:35 12:35 am pm 3outh Phone "No. 8. 12:45 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoSce as second-clas- s mail matter. PERSONAL P. R. Asherls in London to-da- y hands high. Call on W. a. Robins, 5 miles .south wtst of Mt. Vernon. To trade a Ford Wanted: automobile to a pair of mules. This car is newly painted and up s condition. See in T. C. O'Mara. Mt.Vernon.Ky. W. L. Richards has bought the residence, mill etc. of J. W. Stokes in the Sparks aud Davis addition. Stokes in .turn bought of A. C. Sowder his'farm one half mile south of town. Shipped 150 pounds Pilgrim Coffee by express to a customer in Indiana today. ' If you ever leave Rockcastle send us your about 15 first-clas- Mules For Sale: Work mules Judge Cam Mullins on business. Mrs. S. H. Martin is reported better this week. Mrs.Meshac Gentry who has been very sick is better. Logan Bryaot is in Louisville attending the automobile show. Lucille Albright who was very sick the first of the week is better. Alfred Bryant will move to house vacated by W. H. Brown Mrs Hatcher is reported slightly improved. She is still very You will coffee orders. IT if you stay here. insist on sick. Atty. H. J. Johnson is here from London today on legal business. Mrs. Will Langford is visitiug her parents, Mr. and Mrs Neal ? Parreit. Mrs C H. White, who has been Drummond's Store. LOOK ! Remember the Main street restaurant when you want to eat. We also have a nice line of groceries, including dried fruit, beans, breakfast bacon, steak, Your friend, lard, etc. And a fresh line of J. M. Robison extracts and toilet articles. Make our house your stopping place. John Renner, Proprietor. Sheriff Tip Langford, Deputy Will Anglin, Frank Mullins and James Winstead, went one night last week and arrested Elza ArTbe past ten years have shown nold, who was wanted in Pulaski many changes in Rockcastle on a charge of house breaking. The progess ot the He was taken to Somerset, Tues County. County cannot be realized by per day morning. He is a brother sons who have remained here, on of Millard Arnold, who was and taken to Camp Taylor ly oy tnose wno nave been away Dear Judge: One of my hobbies, so long as I am in Congress shall be to get Federal Aid for roads in our district. If we take proper steps wo can get substantial aid this year. 1 am going to Washington the first of the week to be there "about two weeks and while there I intend to take this matter up with the proper officials there, and see what can be done. When I return, I want to have a meeting of the Judges and other road officials of this section at Corbin, and work out tbe plans, and we will take the matter up with Jthe Road Commissioner at Frankfort. I went to see him last week on this matter. The greatest need of our section is better roads. We can get Federal aid, and we mnst have it. We must put forth the very best effort in us to get results. I know we can count on you. the May tetmo'f Court when another Grand Jury is impaneled there will be nobody smiling and winking when the proposition' of enforcing this law is named. Many who have been worshipping at the above throne will join the revolutionist, and declare for Jaw and order, and those who have to be shown that bootlegging will stop, will be taught a dear lesson, and one they will not soon forget. By You Can't Afford It tMzmspsmu Mm Shelf and builders;hardware at Drummond's Grocery Store. New spring hats for women at Drummond's Store. aw iSiiBiiE mmmmm CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Always bears the Signature of make the mistake, that you can buy good quality in clothes at prices you used to pay a year or so ago. If the price is very low you dont want them at any price. The day of being "fooled" by low prices is gone. DON'T In Use For Over 30 Years m&t VVVWVVVVVWVV 11 wvwvvwvwwwwv AaAA : D FISH'S $H Specials - D MM 'S - ml mill ml PIsH pit fe pi w0, pin Pllll COUNCIL OF NATIONAL CASH GROCERY STORE 'M ml fall The cheapest clothes you can buy' now are rather high priced; they have to be to be good; and they have to be good if they are going to be cheap; that is inexpensive , YOU'LL LIKE OUR SPIRIT OF THE DESIRE TO BE HELPFUL; KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT MEN OUR SER-VICE- i i. 4 BEANS Cranberry 8s c p I- DEFENSE Pinto 10 c 12S Navy LIKE ar-iest- ed 'Joe Norton have sold to A J. Nor- ton and son the timber on the Campbell tract of landj consisting of 1759 aces. Consideration $2500 It has been only- a few years since farm, will move to town for a few the timber was worked off of this tract, however the price paid inmonths. there1 still stands James Maret, the Road Booster dicates that much valuable timber. This same and builder, is at home for a few tract of land is underlaid with a f - days, road work in Clark county having closed down until spring. five foot vein of .coal of; the finest - very sick tor past two or three weeks, is better. Miss Ruth Landrum has returned to Louisville where has a good position. W T. Davis, 'who by terms of sale, has to give possession of two weeks ago. Dr. Walker Owens, Dock and during that period. People gen- - - fered the presidency of the appendicitis Roosevelt National Highway, about; three weeks ago. Her which is designed to be concondition is serious. structed from Portsmouth, Ohio, Miss Emma Taylor is now the thru Eastern Kentucky and WestAssistant Cashier of the Peoples ern part of Virginia to the South Bank, succeeding Mrs. C. C. Cox. Carolina sea coast, with branches Miss Taylor has filled other re- from Lexington and Louisville. sponsible positions and has al- The Boone Way JSian was obliged ways tilled them to the entire sat- to decline the proposition, as tbe isfaction of thofe at the head. duties of the position would recourteous, indus- quire too much She of his time from will no doubt prove a old Kentucky's hills, trious and tho he may valuable jasset to that accept u position on the board of institution. directors of the Association. Jdeshac Gentry received a let Judge and Mrs. Richard G. ter a few days since from Rev. Williams, of Ft. Mitchell, Coving W. R. Briscoe, who was once pas- ton, have for their guests the tor of the Baptist church at this Judge's mother, Mrs Mary Eliza, place and is well and greatly ad beth Williams, and his sister, Mrs. mired by most of the citizens of Cleo. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. the. town, who well remember him Friday, Mrs. Wjlliams enter and his family. This letter was .tainedwith ahandsome telling of the death of his son, luncheon in compliment to them Allen, wbo was a mere lad when and to Mrs. Ernest Sellers, who they left Mt. Vernon. His death is being welcomed the guest of occurred in Alabama where he was in business. Rev. Briscoe Mrs. Arthur Hubbard. The atlives at Smith Mills, Ky. tractive, home was given an added artistic touch by bunches of red LOCAL carnations and ferns that were in evidence throughout the rooms Linoleum andCongoleum. Rugs and on the beautifully appointed at Drummond's Store. table, , where quaint valentines Calico and Gingham, 15c yard, were used as place cards and at Drummond's Store. "bore the names of Mrs Mary Certain-Pee- d Williams, Mrs. Ernest Sellers, paints and Mrs. Cleo .Brown, Mrs. Arthur rashes: at Drummond's Hubbard, Mrs. Clarence Kaiper, Goods Store. Mrs, J ust take a peep at our splendid Mrs. Edward Sellers, list of adveitisers this week. Thomas Thomas, Mrs. Joseph Read these ads.it is money to you Greaghead and Mrs O. M, Rogers. and time well spent. The good Cincinnati Enquirer, Feb. 15. buyer is always looking out for $1.25 work shirts at 69c, at bargains offered through the Drummond Store newspaper ads. Newspaper ad vertisemerits are money makers XTew lines of wallpaper, paint, i for the person who uses them for th newspaper man and last but varnisheer rugs, and carpets, be- - j .notx Wt for- tke perso who docs mg received at, Drummond's "Dry Goods Store. ifae fcsyfcct an" Miss Bessie Hamlin who has been sick for three months is very Her sister greated improved. Miss Ida who has been sick about three weeks, is not anv better. Fortner Mink, son nf Madison Mink, of Livingston, who saw several months service in Franee, has been discharged and is now at home. He was twice wounded. Brack Durham is with Mt.Ver non relatiues. Brack is suffering from a bad throat and can hardly speak above a whisper. This is caused from the effects of the flu. S. S. Daily was called to London today on account of the serious illness of his daughter, Mrs. Car ter McDowell, who underwent - quality and efforts .at development will be the next step in order. The report reached here yesterday that Bige Estridge, the Berea Stock dealer, who bad been to Mississippi to close a large land deal and was returning home with all the money in his pocket received from the sale, was knocked in the head and robbed. The leport says that he had sold land to the amount of $1 1,000 and that as a result of the blow received, at the hands of his assailant, is in a very serious 'condition and is in a hospital, either in Knoxville erally show that they are wide and interested in the gener-a- l welfare of the County, as well as their peisonal interests. One thing that for years hasrpeen neglected and endured' for the lack of a united effort is the bootlegging situation, but from the deter- - j mined stand taken by the Circuit and County Court, the people are ' beginning to realize that this evil can be overcome. There are reports of viola'tion'of this' law coming in from dif feient sections of the County, showing that there was no mistake made in the Com mittee that was appointed td help dethrone King John Barleycorn, ke Flour, ' White Loaf " $1.40 per bag The Store That Sells For Cash na Square Between ttflS rBBanks On the MEAL per bag per lb HRCMIH LEAamo the Pilgrim COFFEE OnipnSets 10c lb MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY E331 m been yerypoorly. Born who has on February 17th, to the wife of ' Mrs. John Kirby is very sick Willie Miller, a boy. Married, " d at present. Mr. Harrison February 13th, Samtnie McFer-- . Miss Grace Hines were ron, son of John McFerron.tothe married February 13th. Born to daughter of Tom Stevens. Mr. the wife of Robert Fletcher, Feb land Mrs. Wm. Wallen spent Sun ruary loth, a boy. The small son day with Mr. and Mrs. Ramey of Mr. and Mrs Ramey Sheperd Shepherd. The small child of is reported sick. George Barnes Mrs. Clara Carmical is sick i and family, who have had flu Born, February 12th, to the wife a a are all better excepting his wife, of Robert Marler, a girl. Miss I HOPEWELL Ram-sey-an- GET THEM AT Of nil's oiio LIVINGSTON sv Hattie Carmical, who has been at Mt Vernon for some time, is with home folks at this writing for a few days. Mrs. Chas. Fletcher spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs . John Marler. hound dog. Large dog, red, black back, tag No. 503. Reward for his return. E. L. Cress, Wabd, Ky. Lost: A Feb 9-- 3t I OPERA HOUSE TuesdayNightFeb.25 BOONE WAY GOT London. Further details not available. or- - Col. Jim Maret, has been of- operation for ROSCOE FATTY ARBUCKLE IN THE aim IN iSeed a i IRISH m THE If II II I lllllll 5 PARTS I. m At Mt. Vernon and Livingston for 1 the good people at the Right Price 1 mmm I VIII If IB 21-pound A CAR OF I a BELL BOY 2 PARTS well-manag- ed Admission 15 e y & 25 e I M.K.; i Car Seed Oats and Field Seed I AT MT. VERNON AND LIVINGSTON i Car of the Best MEAL Full Weight i- - one-o'clo- ck No short weight stuff handled by me -- "DR. I -- PENNWGTON DENTIST .Qnaccount of ; ! produce DON'T FORGET I BUY ALL YOUR COUNTRY , sickness-wa- s . unable to . -- H'wl be atthe ROCKC A JSfTlir HOTL arrive as billed.V" for business1 i ' w - jt I. m i and pay cash f$r them. When you beat my price on goods you rdon't get quajfy or fdtt weightbags Hog Hams and sides Meat v MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24 ' .See him if you heed denial : - ;s - wjork '. J if. - l; i. 4,jr -- V'A ! - V . n r Hi . ? i.S 7, ' A iWDinrni vl llllf LI I k.a. y:ursfor BUSINESS -- 4 -, , ,Mi jV 1 ia A, . II v " I 1 t -. it - J j ijc; 'j- jr?4tsrjyr yw ?jra ffT,v J ''TCr' - V - "j 4 - 'M, ?- -. fc - , ,. -- c-. , .'i - w.. k - . 'Z. Si. . ' jrflr " -- C?f ..3rff s . i- - '.-- ' -'- - v- - a -- t l .!! i w 22 ' ' - 9 : .. 1': " j x --- j5S?P '" - 4 ... - ?j?- - ' 11 i. 1 5,1 irl Ji'SJ 1 fcl'2.1 11 11 11 1! Ill 1 1 2 t MS i- FARMER 1 We 2500 rocb of No. 9 top & bot. 4 tt. We've got just what ybu want, no matter what n? where you want it. Its real seriee loir you. We Fence Seed Oafs know it nd w&Se pay i ng 6 u r good fmbney to tell yoy about it. Your at 9ttfBafCfffffff ' - .' w.. . t ' a Wago ns Old Hickory & Weber 2f in. complete with bed and scat, only 3 in. No. 10 top and bottom at PER ROD Phone us your requirements 55c 45c PER ROD ) Our Second Car Goes 85c PER BUSHEL Best Grade White Seed Oats (Welch's Seed Department) .meds andwlshes make us yotij? SERVICE STORE. We carry the largest aiicl best selected stdcfcof merchandise and sell more from itthan any dtherlstbre in the. state of Kentucky (outside of cities) and there is a' real big reason for it. " ": "' SI 20- 125- - " Over 100 Wagons now in stock. (Welch's Vehicle Department ) (Welch's Hardware Dept Tobacco Canvas We have Honest merchandise sold at a stxiall profit and turned over fast tells the story; and thebest part of it is we've got it when you want it You'lmow of us and perhaps you have seen us but we want you toft better acquainted with us and make regular visits to our worfderf ul stores Jfif will Get Your pay yojj'big dividends. We both make Grass Seed - it in stock now. Get the best ; it will last two years and give better satisfaction. money when you trade at W ELCH'S At Welch's TIRES Is the AUTO Best Grade, per yard Good " Cheap " " " ...7c 8 C We guarantee to open your eyes or the bill is on us for your Our 14 departments and 30 salespeople are at time and trouble your command andft wll be-- 'pleasure for us to take care of your many wants , Each week' we will have a real live message for you and we want you to get it a The Sllvertown Cord best Ave can find. 55 TmpFemenfs of all kinds now on our floor. You can come in and look'em alLover and get just what you want; Do this now. I We carry a complete line at all liiuca. aisu ucauijuuiniu xu. all sizes fabric tires. (Welch's Dry Gcods Department ) (Welch's DrugSnndry Dept) rarness DEPARTMENT - Busies are j yoIj a" We We call your special atten- P H O EM I X means something to the man who cares. tion to" our Harness and Shoe department. Here we make or repair all kinds- of Harness or OUR SPRING LINE Shoes. Our electric machinof Buggies now in. ery and our expert workmen will please you and smooth out Come early and get your choice all your little troubles, (Welch's Kepair Department) this paper ? . If notne quickest way you can get in will be too late for many of our. "Eye Ope&rsV f Pricsand tips from our ads alone each week will pay ydiimany tiitfes over for your subscription price Get in the water is fine The dance is on and we are furnishing the music , $. rV I Plows - --": DOLLY VARDEN Set Every week at Welch's We can save you some Of course its. fresh and better real money. It will pay you to and only come and look. (Welch's Implement Dept ) Planters 'brills Rollers, etc. Flour $1 .45 1 4 I-- . . (Welch's Buggy Department Z ) BAC T TX -- TVTTVy 1 ivrryv t t t sxszxzz? iv - it Tqpg ' BIRDS wmw- - 14 4 jyTT 4 4 Ahierican Royal Fence lVfcCormick Machinery Old Hickory Wagons Of .feather they say fldk together. Here are some of our birds. Did you ever see a better bunch to shoot at? If you dfjfclj tell us.-- We will be glad to pay you for the information. The best are ri6ftevto6Bbt!ci for our customers. Some birds. Trie Blest iH ilis wfld h m m m m. 1 Walk-Ov- er Shoel Arrow Collars Bostonian Shoes Billiken Shoes Styleplus and Ball Band Rubbers Hot Point Supplies Grand Rapids Furniture Meyers Pumps ; s Weber Wagons Brown Cultivators Avery Harrows-Janesville -- Corn Planters Blue Grass HardwaritlrH, & Wfirafsl&esj Best Grade Field Seeds" Thprnpson Corsets Vulcan, Oliver Holeproof Sox and Syracuse Plows Cooper Uiiderw?aV f Kentucky. Hoosier Bradley Sweaters and Superior Drills Mc Call Patterns International Qothes Paul Jones Middfes aridDresses -- Stetsdn & Words Hits Devonshire Ginghams Derryvale Linens White Sewing Machine Sidway Baty jCarriages Shayplgss Sjpiratofs Brerilin "ffiiabw Shades Dazy Churns Whittle Trunks arid Suit Cases BisselPs Sweepers Call on us use us. least say something, let it be 4Kkt you tlnnk -- Ti4W'iht&rnnA Karpen Davenports Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Wurlitzer Pianos Victrola and Columbia talking machines DetroitVapor OH Stoves New Process Oil Stoves Majestic Ranges Favorite Cast Ranges Phoenix Buggies Hercules Buggies Cole's Hot Blast-StoveMoore's Heaters Simons Beds & Springs Dolly Varden Flour . Cerelia Sweets Hess & Bourbon Stock & Poultry Remedy Sherwin Williams and Banner Paints Kreso Dips San Tox Drugs Melba Toilet Articles Algin & Waltham Watches Also headquarters for Oils, Glass, Jewelry, Glassware, Rugs, Pictures. Meat Market. Groceries, Aluminum and Knamelware, Shoe and Harness Shop and Undertaking Supplfes of all kinds. Tuxedo Chops Imperial Wall Paper Ansco Kodaks Firestone and Kelley Springfield Buggy Tires Silvertown Cord Auto Tires nr rl: If it'is true it will help us W as von feel. If vou ddn't like ussav if it isn't true it wont hurt. sdat - c? M jM '- - .iiM ;K1 .JE Hf' x - 'HOB BB H H 1 1 H HH' WvVIHP'vIHh 111 h I1" BKE I A 'bA Ak A 'vflM'AV STOBE I --' ' ky's Greatest Store" 1' I Utyourpfioneaiidi'8AVE THE DIFFERENCE'' ' .! .' -- "I !l - V .. fr V m kftfe,,k. t, - T- I i'