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Mount Vernon signal: February 28, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919022801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 28, 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. Ml 'V: ' .v " .warfjr PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY WilP Willi MT.' VERNON, ROCKCASTLE J. E. Wallin. and little ten Miss Hazel, of Danville, were here over Sunday with relatives. Mr. and VL rs. Brouston Elderr of Stanford, were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass, Sunday. W. T. Brook.our own Tony, is acting Supervisor for the Lebanon Branch of .the Louisville &. Nashville during the. illness of W. T. Patteraom. Mrs. Byrotf Owens whohasbeen Quite ill with pneumonia, is bet ter, Dr.- Owens returned: to Louisville Monday, where, Jue is attending college Rev, and Mrs;. R. C. Evans were here from East Bernstadt Sunday the 16th. Mr. Evans held regular services at the Methodist church on that, day. Rev. Jordan Carter, of Wilmore. and Rev. Krump, of L9xiugtun, were tl e' suests of Dr: . W. F. Carter several days Jop Albright, who came home from Harlan county, a few weeks, ago quite sick, returned the first of the week.: Chas. Beaty; of Science Hill,, was here last week with his "grandmother1, Mrs. John Riddle. Mrs. J. J. Painter, of Stanford, was here last week the guest of. her mother, Mrs. L. S,Vanhook.O.H. Frith, and daughter, Miss Elnora, were in Mt. Vernon several days last week completing the records of the Local Board. Mrs. L. M Brown was at home from Louisville Sunday the 16th with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G.Fritk. W H. Brown, of. Lancaster wM here last week, for arfejv daya-.-rJ, Xl Kegley,- of Fariston, sol the house and lot purchased fro last-week-- Sfltfll COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY '.tfttl m ESTABtlSHFD 1887 . VOLUME XXXTT 2. 1919 NUMBER 22 1919 the Banner Building Year There is every reason to believe that f" BRODHE A'DiVs3S3xz daugh ; : : 2XE 2XZ 191Q "Who was Whittier" ...-.. will witness more building and construction work than ever before seen in a single year of our national history. Now, Mr. Farmer, get busy. ' Make life on the farm attractive for your boys, by erecting new buildings. Come in and let us 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. - SAID THE TEACHER f! ' " SOME POET," said the little boy. i My Flour Is Some Flour ffil 40 PER BAG Granulated Sugar 10c PER LB. THE Remember I am headquarters for Building Material oall kinds and am- - in position to save you money on anything in that line W.R Baker's Blue Front S. T. PROCTOR high standard this.:bank THE set for itself in the eon duct ot its business is a protection to its depositors in every emer gency and under all circumstances, Store ,g.ysT OPPOSITE -- ? court house auth- a Nicholas ville party and three head'to-V- : -- W.-Jon- e -- , Morris, The spirit of this institution is one of helpfulness. We should like tcv number you am ouug our patrons. ; ; - PEOPLES BANK I . R - CAST AND STEEL -- We get them direct from the manufacturer and cut out the middle man's profit eVN F S GJ-- ES ' AND DO NOT FORGET OUR LINE OF aw 1 Field BAKLbYWIEAL . OR, 72.' IE YUU iKCirtlK ; teed Stuff TRY A BAG OF" OUR NEW COW FEED pefcWtSftoo flflHBHHHHMHMHaaMMMM " v- J . .L A TWPP'iWBPBBBBI - ,K - TAKE F ' r; m, ff several days "last week. JT W. guaranteed price and dispose of Moore sold a nice two year old it at market prices, was passed mule to W. G. Caops this week to day bv the House by a vote for $110 00 and about 15o bales 277 to 15. of straw to Brodhead parties at Just before adjourning last 65 cents, this being all the straw night the House adopted amenda doctor until Saturday when it he has to offer. R. L. Smiih was ments changing- the date of exwas found he was suffering from auctioneer at the sale of Lee Wil- piration of the Government's this trouble Dr. H. V. Penning- liams of last week, and every- guarantee from October 15, 1920, DOLLARS AND CENTS. of thing offered brought . ton, who was visiting Dr. to June 1, .1920, and giving the Counting it only in dollars and Carter, was in consultation with prices. Mr. Smith is a great President authority to prohibit cents, how much did that last Dr. Carter in the case and both auctioneer and is a successful wheat exports should unfair tac cold cost you ? A man may not doctors accompanied Mr. Hol- - price getter too Mi. and Mrs. tics be used to force down the always stop work when he has a cold, but perhaps it would be betcomb to London. His condition J. M. Humble have moved to price. ter if he did. It takes about ten is very seriouse and made so by Corbin where Mr. Humble and The measure, which carries an days to get rid of a cold under waiting so long before calling" a Logan Storms are running a the usual treatment. "That time physician, however, he is getting' grocery and meat market. Mr. appropriation of a billiondollars, can be much shortened bv takMxa. John Robins were in was passed with only two impor- ing Chamberlain's Cough Remealong as well as could-- He d tant amendments, one changing dy and proper care of yourself, pected.-rMiss- es Hallie Snodd, ILonLjville Thursday and Friday the .date when the act shall in fact, a bottle of this remedy porothy Eubanks and Henrietta flf last week. The Rev. A. J. in the house is a mighty good, Forsee, Postmaster Granville Pike was in Mt. Vernon Wed: cease to be effective from Octo- investment during the winter and ber 15, 1920, to June 1, i920, and Owens and Gus Carson attended nefday between trains. Heury spring months. the picture show at 'Stanford Harrison was in Corbin during Saturday night. Uncle John Sig the week the guest of Prof. J. Eld. J. W. Masters man bought a jersey cow from YOU Dr. W. E. .McWilliams the first returned home after holding a KNOW revival in Harlan County. He of the week for $75 ob. Miss Lena McCall, of Maretburg was will begin a meeting at Gum Grove church on Copper Greek with her sisters, Mrs. J. Albright and Mrs; J, B. Frith next Wednesday night. At the this week. S. T. Proctor was bank hall tomorrow afternoon a KENTUCKY here from Mt. Vernon Monday 3:00 q'clock there will be a good figuring on the new brick cot roads meeting. The principal On the Banks of Two Rivers tage tnatK. a. .Hamm, means to speakers will be Hodman Wiley, .Commissioner of Roads. A. J. erect in the near future.-- J. M. On the Lin, of Two Railroads Humble was down from Corbin Pike.. L N. Bowling and others On the Dixie Sllghway (Eastern Division) W.iJU also, address the public at the first of the weekMissEffie si ta meeting. If you are not ac ware, or Maywooa, walhe guest this 10 DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS 2 DEPOTS Mrs.-J.Jquainted ylth this law and want yanhook h first of Three CHURCHES 1 GKADEn SCHOOL of the week. Capt. 'George M. to learn what Is best for you, 3 Grist Mills 2 Saw Mills 6 Coal Mines 2 Drug Stores Frith was at home during the attend this meeting and hear 8 General Stores 1 Restaurant every, 'point discussed. week, the guest of his parents, 1 Tie Merchant 3 Lodges Mr. and; Mrsu.JG,Frith.. 2 Blacksmith Shops PERIODIC BILIOUS ATTACKS. Among th,e;soldier.,ooyj.reoently 2 Physicians Persons subject to periodic discharged-- i rom , arm service billons attacks will observe that Home of 75 Railroad Engineers, Firemen, Conductors are Edd Reynolds Fre Shivel,-Chas- . their and. Brakemen, appetite fails them just beSoardj t Henry rHarrison. fore 'That is,' they AND THE HOME OP Oscar McNelly, and. Johnf.Coffeyi do in attack: not really craVe food, but eat WivTBropkaiSoldhiftfirp tojj, because it is meat time. It thev! M. Turpm, of aLangford,- - for will eat only a light meal and CapiUl$15 000. $2950.00; 'This farm lies be-- t theritake two1 of Cham-- , Deposits' 51, 000. ween-her- e and Jfaretbunr: berlai's Tablets the attake may NOT TWO Y'E'ARS OLD YET Miss OmaBrqwn asd1 Arnold J geyoided. pr HiattttwBr-h- i ;frot;Quail dur t3 T ing thewek aat:of-Mr.- J ' ? PTJc! 5 4W " svf $385.00. George Holcom h Was to London Sunday, wheie taken he underwent an operation for appendicitis upon his. arrival there. He was taken ill Wednesday of last week but did not cal - at a fair price.' He bomght nine orizing the. President to use exhead of stock cattle from S. S isting agencies ''Or create new IurceH tor $515. W. J.Owens one to buy wheat of the i9i8and Fnth oKitt KdwellHrbr of Lbaon Junction. was here 1919 crops at the Government ! m at Stanford The Wheat Guarantee bill, Washington, Feb 22. the other giving the President greater authority in restricting .importations of wheat to protect the Government fromundue loss. r The President is given blanket authority to pjrovide all the mar. chiheryfor handling tfie wheat from the time it is purchased from the farmer until sold to the consumer, with control over millers, wholesalers, jobbers and bakers, importers, manufacturers and exchanges. s -- A- W.-F- un-hea- rd ex-I4n- SHOULD i LIVINGSTON ROCKCASTLE POPULATION 900 -- COUNTY -- , N. -- 1 , -- FIRST STATE BANK ''.- hO-mea- t, teff ''' 1 1 othyrmp days, withhpayents, al M.'HiftttandlBor. -- .- Mr. :W2wWm $nS 7&SH Vou Farm t WJO-wWANT 1 ? Ship : section..T?AvlQ.:9r.k4ille i IV CWT CDOt per 'K It 1 rH . - iHwmmmmmmJkm , mmmtm ' :, H H ? TO -- BOY- A FARM? ptiipenyilBire tofcarBowSan! 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SJJ&SCKlP'riON '.' idvi'-tisj.ng ONB YEAR ; ,$!. --- a s at ' ..-'- 'application rales maue knoivti on Men's,y ouths and Boys' Overalls -- Dry Goods rsi4xUf-K- Y PRESS' SSOCIATION .. , 9S 0 ea0 a On the second floor, niy daughter. M iss May- belle Cummins, hasa fall Hue of. Ladies' and Ubildren s Keady-- rimmed 'Hats. ' 1 MILLINESY : tANK'OUNfcB&IBNTS " r; S5J::; Jj;;; Ve;?lre "' 'h6n:x;bullock the-ition autSbriieorio unnoumte. ; ;:, :." CUMMINS 1 J.B. West mam Street On n:i: aaveeu9c'Bac aaaaanaaaaaaaat ca ' r ' tbe.Sevtntrp'vegtfative district, com- tieB, :::: Auuet -- of the RepubtibjctTi party at its primary election, on lican 2, 1919, C" , .;.'. r . ! . The" democrats of Kentucky . nrili'inal hnssps is' ffoiie sirid when P You .- ' Men That Like To Be Well Dressed have the most careful selectcd:'type of we'see thems'str:Uggling to get hold" 6t the party;; it becomes our which he. pus ..been awarded the County Court day for sid .. C ;Y.' of 9 Tk:...: vkfiLJQ511 w.i puvsiju-p-i ei that there "was no county, abetween the hoursd. m.. rh., a'nd"3 o'cloctr Wreath, and upon a credit of six months', the pieriuarient 'record. of this- - award following describe property, to in 6js county; and that his' par wit: . entsVh.as destroyed all One house and lot located in. letters they.rhnd received from the Gov- Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Co. Ky , ernment; not understanding the and known as the Mt. Vernon Telephone Jxchanfie property, nature and value of ihe letters. whi.h has a two story building . Fortunately, tjio Sta:e Council hereon, and is bounded on the had a record of tbij. award of north by a let owned by J. J the east by Will the Distinguished Service Cross, Lawrence; on and on the south iams Street; arid the citation, which reads as anl west by the lot of Jamt.s follows: Maret; fronting of said Williams Street for a width of 26 ft and displayed "Private ; depth, and great cuolness and courage uudei being 65 ft. in deeded by the being Mt the same lot a heavy barrage when lie unhesi Vernon Telephone Co to S. B. tatingly went fdrward to destroy .Ramsey, on the 22nd day of July, wireinfanglements', arid continued iai9 For the purchase price the this, .extremely hazardous work purchaser must execute bond, until lcilled ." with approved surety, bearing has been fur- legal interest from day of sale . .This.'j n formation nished to. .The' Historian 'of this until paid and having the force boy.s shorrjre county,"' .and "his Ntnd effect of a judgment-- . Bidders ; hume and.recprd; together with will be prepared to comply promptly, with these terms. thf&iitarTfm"fbri bravery, will be G. S. Griffin, made a. "part of the permanent Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court fecoidsf, the county. County Historian of this county warns- the name, address, PUTCHEffg "aud. m'iji'tary Tecord of e'very, person in the service from the county with a. statement' of casualties, COM M ISSUER'S SALE . ;. 'tr" J. jV" 2 z tt Children Cry for FleicherV -- BIifflslSI The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, la use for over thirty years, has "borne, the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. 'w&CvC Allnw no nnf tn flri-c- rrnn in Tito All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. a Just-as-go- od "-- Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops, and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium,, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and-b- y regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation "of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS - 33TO tm I M - s - Dress"Stiirts J" ' - iri:size, style, quality and price to suit you. f 5 I 1 1 m 1 fcgic r-- to match any. shirt you select. ARROW and . .ARRO'W-DLUK'fe'.TrpyrTaylored ':- - Ties SUiTJSjna'tchilesaf are WORK I "'" in qualit)' andprice - DRESS SHIRTS 50c and-?.- . ? , Good heavy Work Shirts for 90c. Over-All- s Goats. $2;2.,, and Over-A'l- l '. Buy rand.savemoney. .- well made and durable that SHIRTSand:VERALL - " - - liHB i-s-.: sH Huiiriit iuwifftirt BBQOHEflD;, j . I . A i , .w - xi " --- - Rockcastle Circuit Court. T. J. Nic?:ley, Admr. of v Plaintiff the'teople must select their, own , lf you wat the record of your Sarah Lee. VS : COMMISSIONER'S SALE. candidates. TheV; must not be soldier 'toy to be placed in tre jselected in a cutr?and dried con jecprde p.f your county 'go at once Alice Gkntry,&c. Danfendants. Ey vi.rture of a judgment and vention. It mn'sl not beun anv to'the' Historiamof your county, order of sale of the Rockcastle gefaVVAR RECORD blank, fill Circuit Court, rendered at the would-b- e boss'siback office",,"; r February term, 19I9, thereof, ii The republican bosses are al- it out'and ian.; jT.his appeal is. directed par the above cause, I shall proceed ready preparing a slate and have the mothers and sis to offer for sale at the court called a convention to 'meet in house door in "Mt. Vernon, Ky-.-, f the city of Lexington ta ratify ters of., soldiers to the highest a.nd best bidder, at s i1 Do, "hot stop, here Give apart public auotion, on , Monday, the their slate anl..ther6by make the i7'h clay of March, "1919, being perfunc- of y6UDtinie:to the County August Primary m'ir-ely r.guiar-bountuourt day ior tory and of no real effect. By so assist her or him in said county, between the hour.-of-- 9 doing, no one, hotvever, meritori getting information as to the solo'clock a. m , and 3 o'clock ous and desenvirigj Will have any diers in ytjur part of your county p. m , upon a credit of six following described months, chance at the August Primary, now - returning from ptoperty, the sufficient thereof to or unless named- - by the republican the army a,r urgently requested of cpnyention, and no one, .will be to. call .on.! the, Gounty Historian, 1 produce $102.76 and the cost this action: conven fill named A tract outa bjank for "'themselves, Rockcastle of land located in Ge selected by the tion unless he County. Kentucky, soldierg and urge other returning on the waters of Skeggs .Creek bosses arid placed' upou the slate. The free people of Kentucky'wilf to fill "blanks and thus aid the and bounded as follows: J . , Beginning at the corner of""Jas as they know Cq'unty. Historian.. notfstand for WVan-lan""LeB military re; Hou'k, Mrs. Fish and the' get it is contrary "tbahe spirit of, fair; cor&'-b- us "now man the the thence . with Mrs. Fish'? 'every in.. service. fence west to .a-- little black-""oaplay; " If the ''republicans of the The Historian- ipr. .Rockcastle standing .near the fence on Srah sta'te'accepVa ticket name4.that iR?rAi S parks,. Lee's side, marked .for a corner-'betwee"way, clif e; sLpd encouragt - Coufity ' '. said' Hofik'ft fand. ancbituMt.Vefnouj,Kyr. -ment'ito machine; polillcs and piece sold to said Snrah Lee;. gives-to-a- 'few political "bosses thence south straight down tho thepowec torselect their candi-- " COMMISSIONER'S SALE. h'll passing a gum tree4 standing the-voter- s duty- to give notice to arid ound the ai'rto. This promotions, newspaper articles, ' 'year etc. C&ixiZxc&M In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind TM '' You Have Always Bought CCNTAUR COMRANV. NEW YORK CITY. ret'tfriis.it-toi!t'h"e-flisto- ." y His-torian'a- nd . -- Take Advantage of High Cream Prices ' d; f k Cream is worth "more today than it has been for many . Are you getting all you can out of your milk? Don't .allow butter fat. to get away from you, for every drop represents money. years-A, "is-Mt-s- it-siv- n -- - . 'Don't jRwk Using an" Old or Unreliable' Cream . Separator dates and name-- the ticket for " This"''our'!-people -- More Shoes AT BROWN'S iNfe PLENTY. OE FRE.SH mmimmmwmmmmwmwmmmwtmmtmmmmmmwmmmKmmmmmmwmmmmmmmimmmmmmwmmimmmmmmmmm Meats.Grbceries quality; the AND . MAIN ;:? .im ' EVERY KNOWS' Rockcas.le Orcbit Court.' do not T. J. Niceley, Aduir of them. want and the free and independ- Geprg- - W. Atdeisoq, ' P'ainiiff, "Dee'd. ' ent voters of this state should be vs : Commissioner's Sale. " on the .alert . ,to . repudiate and Aiiderso'n, 8rc, condemn Vticket.selected in that Frak ' Defendants. u way. In. other words, down .with 'By virture of a 'judgment and the bosses, down with the politi and writer- - of sale of .the Rockcascal machines, down withpolitical- tle Circuit. Court, rendered at tlie.Februa.ry Term, i9i9, theretricksters, and up with of, inthe above cause, I shall of a fres people and- a fair ballot', sale at the proceed'tooffer lettingahe best man at aUlbimes coiin? house doorfor Mt Vernon, in ' ";iL - x fty to- - ffie- - highest and. best win. ; - ihe JSyansland; thence with said Evans land east to the beginning, containing ab iut 1 acre, be th same more or less, and is tlu same tract of land deeded th said Sarah Lee the 18th day of Sept. 1895, by James Houk and Matilda Houlc, his wife, whici deed is of rerord in Deed Book 26. page 382. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest irom day of sale until naid and havinsr the forcf Bid and effect 6i a iddgriient. ders will be prepared .to complv promptly with these terms. G S. Criffin, , Master. Qommissi.onej:, i -- on .paid Houk's.land; thence to If you are not sure that your cream separator is skimming clean, or if you are still trying to get along without one .. Let Us Show You a Lily the-caus- e In the Lily, lasting qualities are first considerations. Every bearing is automatically oiled by splash from the reservoir of oil in the gear chamber. When you add fresh oil, the old dirty oil is automatically drained out without wasting any new oil. All sediment or foreign matter that may have gotten into the gear chamber accidentally is drained out immediately so that the oil in the gear chamber is always clean. Come in and let us show you the rest of the Lily features. - '. I 'VAre you fc r - llllHi.10l.lC Ulluil V.UU1L. can and' therefore,. :we'can-no- t property, KIDNEYS 'to produce see where much "improvement or sufficient thereof could--be- . made over Mr. Short the;sum of 49.10 and the cost of this action Kidney troubles don't disappear of The'housewife of Holland would al- We tiope'.to see Rockcastle give e They grow slowly but most as soon be without food as withthemselves. 4tract of land located in steadily, undermining health with him a hearty support. County, 'Kentucky, on the deadly certainty,- until you fall a vic- out her "Real Dutch Drops," as aha quaintly calls GOLD MEDAL Haarlem tim to incurable disease. :. 'Roundstone Creek Waters '. Stop your troubles while there is time. Oil Capsules. They restore strength and bounded as follows: and are responsible in a great meaaura Don't wait until little pains become HISTORY OP KENTUCKY'S To for the sturdy, robust health of th Don't trifle with disease. ,'Beginning at a beech and pop avoid future suffering begin treatment Hollanders. PART IN THE WAR. With GOliD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil Caplat in Boone's Hollow, justbelow sules now. Take three or four every Do not delay. Go to your druggist and The Kentucky Council of tne la uen rocK. corner or tne day until you are entirely free from Insist on his supplying you with GOLD e. MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Take pain. wishes to keep- before the Rowan Henderson survey; thence n preparation has been them as directed, and if you are not This j E 55 poles to a one of the national remedies" of Hol- satisfied with results your druggist will public the historical work .which with his line S 8 land for centuries. In 1696 the govern- gladly refund your money. Look for dogwood and white 'oak; thence ment of the Netherlands granted a the name GOLD MEDAL on the box is now being done under its sup Nfc,23 W special charter authorizing? its prepara- and accept no other. In sealed Boxes, 20 poles to a poplar; tion and eale.. three sizes. ervision in every County in the thence S 80. W 20 poles to a State, and to ask the ""as'sistance cbesnut oak; thence N 67 E 28 of every person who has a rela poles, to two small spotted oaks; aaaH 9 aaaaB Lm uoodies! ;r thence N E W 30 poles to a white tive in the service. f' oak; thence N 7.s W 7 poles to a County Historians have beren black oak and white oak; thence "the kind I.S 75 W 39 to a hickory and maple; appointed in practically I . H in your J&rWrt!mm? county in the State. The JJirst thence .5 26 W 23 poles and 18 HP' mouth JHBliiJlBaD Call 8th day of February,' 1919 work which they are undertak- iinksioa'gum and v vjr Pvi.ca lu moueu-o,J",i ing is to get a record of .every oak.thence N84 W 34 poles to a . fluffy,tenders!&L person in the service from their Mack oak; thence S 24 On motion of J. Evans, seconded by cakes, biscuits andTBK OT to a resolution passed at its county, aud to write this record poles to the beginning, containdoughnuts that Just m JfcJ Jseep" special you hanging of the Rockcastle Fiscal Court D. Mullms, it is ordered by the Court that the on a WAR RECORD sheet. These ing about 28 acresr more or less For the purchase price the 'round the pantry lHb February sheets will contain the name and purchaser must execute bond", 8, 1 9 9t I, the undersigned, Sheriff K K 'all made with Sheriff of Rockcastle County open a poll in each address of the soldiet, the name with -- approved surety .bearing and address of his parents...vhis legaL interest from day of. sale will cause a poll to be opened in each of the reCALUMET age, tee camp where he.recekY.ed until paid the force BAKIKG POWDER of the voting precincts of Rockcastle County on spective voting precincts of Rockcastle County judgment. "Bid-- . first training, military, address';- andeffectof-r.the safest, purest, most H ", ders will' be .prepared to comply 1a."'4'"" a K economical kind. yTry B between- - the hours of 6of clock a,m. o'clock the 15 day of Mafch4919 to ascertain the will jj.riuiiuwoim, cusua,iLifcjT eic it drive away promptly jwith the.-- terms. BB .It. is said that, theS'record of H failures." H p.m.T on; the 1 5th day of March 1919 for the You save H You save when you buy K. H .. Apf the Sectors of said County on the gudKion of each man in wbeayoaMJt HJJH K Rockcastle Circuit Court obtained until a iewiyear.agb; r . as hare 9H ingredientsoffidallr bybeen LLW. purpose of submittJng the question to the votT LLW approved 20-ce- ht the aaaal But if the relatiVes-g- fsoldiers ;':coMUssibiTE'R,s .s; Road in favor of voting a U.S.FoodAuthocMes. of 20 cents ers: t Are you for a Property ale. will lend their,raid noWcJiUeiri: HIGHEST VJSSl formation ca'h easily 'Be obtained, CtEdcKCASTLB CIRCUIT aaaH on each $100.00 worth of property in the for "the purpose of constructing' and iaaH H --Z , COURT. -aaaaH aCffe ," the records of each manln the County of Rockcastle, to be levied each year Missourit4Pattersod, service from Kentucky can- - ,be fGa'r4rdjan,;etc.,' the public roads and bridges or both as Plaintiff, for a period f five years, for the purpose of imvs:' Cpmmiss'ioner's. Sale. ; Vittuuwuuiu v. icw my n Mia. .. j)efendahts. the .Fiscal Court of said. county xnay cfirect; Thfese records,, 'wben'completed Dpvie'amady.&c,,judgment and' aaaP IlKWiWVTfeAliilHl proving the, public roads or bridges ot said will be bound in percnanent '''form iByl,virtue qf a orderi-saleo-f the Rockcastle atfaaH Co.unty, or- jHBW Tf B or both of them ? and made a part of the xecords Circuit 'Court,' rendered at "the ' aKaaaal Said taxation to run; a period of 5 K z-? .? - February Term, "19I9, thereof, in f of the county., aaaTVl9aWSPrr 'HaH . , . the- above Cause, I shall proceed rK Si attest",i-fuZJi ' . S. r.Jt recentlyjaune to. v" TV '- Council of to .offer, for sale at the court f doorjn.!Mtl;ry.ernon7 Ky., Sheriff of Rockcastle County ;. , S. Defense that a Kentncky boy bouse to !hehi ghest ana besJ pidder, bad given his life rahejoerform at public auction, on Monday, February 12, 1919. cjTa mot Iumkmc liritVfp'Marcth.ijth,. iiit, beicg i'gul .TT kmf; J "& EVERY; ONE' KNOWS tnadjer," public auction, W. T Short--, of, Ric"hm'orid, is Monday:. Afar.ch, i7th, i9ig, being regular.County County day for a candidate for State Senator said'" county, between" the hcurs from this distinct,. The-- seven- of cfo'ciock1 at''mVKahdi-- o'clock teenth will sure send 'republi p." m":, "upon a credit. of six months v 3 ''' ;Shaf er & Roberfs I Brodhead KENTUCKY i.at- - on -- BROWM I WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! big-aches- . ON ST '' . Rock-iastl- - a "De-fen- se well-know- NOT Et W: m tm s-o-- m-e A ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT Term SB thatm-e-l-tMg- H rM yyM jK B NOT C E! a R E-f- ,H Pursuant Term, and---havin- g - a - e 'H 'W S H H JK -- bake-dt- and4 the-Civil'W- ar Was-ue- Tt i-'J Master-Commissione- r, -- ft.l-t.- . Tax Tax im-rprov- ing -- -- -- '' ."'"" " v -- tiissf afMP Vl'a--9BB'- T' ' lH .- i- - the.attea-iioMBl-Sjituck- y - "I-- - --l F. BOWMAM, S .' ;: - eitfe LANGFORD, ! '- -- e4 v -- , t- s. - X4 A T ..m . ' Tmps-' , .t -- Wr- iA ""4 sPeffl t sv WwSPB53S? tiTsr--- '&$&"' 1 2j--y- - k : s.-- ? "s -- ?Vv 'J GE se , M f I , ' - Mt Vernon Signal Mt. T - . i iu- - 79 Eld. W. Riley, oQackson county, will begin a series of meetings at Cove. Saturday night. A FEW PLAIN PACTS ABOUT Version" Kx; Feb. 28, 1919 THEM Green Maiden, age 83 years, a resident' of Scaffold. Cane section, Attend the road meeting in Mt. waat to Cammuttl , SJ was adjudged insane here y oa withaiQNAL Vernon tomorrow and know why! and sent to jhe asylum. vou should be for or against the An important conference of 20 cts tax. Y. M. C. A., workers will be held At the last November election. in Mt. Vernon about March 18th. 18 counties voted on- the 20 cts Exact date will be announced tax. Rockcastle is the only one ROA PS coMMis&XOffE.t saIvS: ' -- " Rockcastle Circuit Court.! Stephens St Mtjncey, 31' r niafiii Yj-is-- nn rm -- nivmri m&j yes-tesda- -- Louisville & N abhvillc R. R. Co. i tS'M. - I - - -. . ; ' " -- r .V at public auction, on Monday, March 17th, 1919, being regState gives $3.00 for every $1.00 ular county court day for said 24 nortn 3:35 a m put up by the county. county, between the hours 'of 9 23 south 12:35 p m The road tax will be 20 cts o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock:- - p. '.South 12:45 a m 21 m., upon a credit of six months, whetber it is voted or not. . the following described property Jas. Landrum, Agent. It does hot cost the tax payer a held Aug. 20-- 21 and 22, 1919. cent more, so why los6 the State or so muoh thereof as will proPhone No. 8. duce the sum of $30:46, with inGranville .Owens is aid. the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice Secretary Entered terest from the nth day of July, already busy getting things in If Rockcas'tle mail matter. as second-clas- s wants better roads 19I4, until paid, subject to a shape for the big event. or ever expects to have them, credit of $15 00 paid Dec., ..30; PERSONAL the Man past 30 with. horse and what better proposition can the 1914, and ot cost of this action: A tract land located in RockMrs. Mary Williams and Mrs. buggy- - to. sell Stock Condition'! people expect. castle County, Ky , near, LivingCleo Brown will retunrfrom Cov- Powder in Rockcastle County. The rich counties of the state ston, and bounded as follows: Beginning at two poplarsCand ington tomorrow. Salary $90 pei money . Address are willing to pay the tax to build a black oak standing on'the Casper Adams is here from 424 South Meridian 'St., Indian-- , the roads in pauper counties like north of Uriah Gresham's hquse, t Hamsburg, ill. , with lumefolks apolis, Indiana. Rockcastle. If we don't accept about one mile from same; thence for a two weeks? visit S 76 poles crossing the State If you want to hear the livest the offer whose fault is it ? can-bu- y road at is poles to two white U. G. Baker spent the week in road man in Kentucky hear If by voting the 20 cts tax, the Louisville buying goods for his Rodman Wiley at the Court House taxes are to be raised, we say oaks: thence 66i W 81 poles to a stone at the root of a fallen mammoth Main street store. at 1 o'clock or at Brodhead at vote it down, if not, vote for it ? white oak; thence Norjh 132 be Rev. Mullins, of Warren coun- o'clock tomorrow, March 1st. If The biggest tax payers of the poles to a stake; thence to the you do not understand the new county are for the 26 Qcts tax. containing 50 acres, ty, has been called as pastor of be good if they are is be cheap; the Baptist church He will law ask him and he will explain They are paying all the tax they more or less. Excluded from this tract of land is the ampdht it. move here. want to pay, but this 20 cts does sold James Whitaker by Susan inexpensive Geo. S. Griffin has begun the Mr. John Fletcher, a well to do not hurt them or make their taxes Patterson, Sept 2, i9i2. For the purchase price the erection of a uice home on the farmer and highly respected cit- a penny higher; it will- - help the YOU'LL LIKE OUR SPIRIT OF SER- county and therefore they are for purcbasfr must 'execute bond West side of his Buckeye farm, izen, living about three miles : VIOE, THE DESIRE TO BE HELPFUL; with approved surety, bearing close to Dixie highway. south of Mt Vernon, died Tues it. OUR KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT MEN legal interest from day of sale August Kreuger is very sick. day night of flu. He was in town Last Sunday' was H.C.Gentry's until paid and having the'force LIKE. effect Dr. a judgment.'. Bid. O'Bannon came, up from last Saturday but was complain- birthday and Sunday "School and will beofprepared to comply at Stanford last night in consulta- ing of feeling badly. He took He put in the birthday box a ders promptly with these terms. his bed Monday, passing away, tion with Dr. Pennington. penny for each year he is old, G. S. Griffin. The On the Rev. H. T. Young attended the in less than thirty six hours afMaster Commissioner, 74 cts. After making his deposit, Store Square Conference of the Y. M. C. A. terwards. He went off to sleep he said if any one wanted to Rockcastle Circuit Court. That Between fceld in Louisville last Thursday and never awoke. make him a birthday present, he This week is Road Bnilders and reports a great meeting. Sells Mrs. Lizzie Swinford entert- would be glad to have it, which Week at Lexington and Rockcasthe ained-a Fop Cash few friends Saturday would also be placed in the birth- tle was represented. Members of Mrs. G. D. Lillard, of Law- JBanks 13A. evening in honor of her mother, day box. He received $4.00. LF1MTQ a5-- renceburg, was the week-enFiscal Courts of several counties guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mary Painter, who is here as well as County Judges, CounMT. VERNON, KENTUCKY Mrs J. J.. Bnllock, of Hansford. on an extended visit; from Ken-- , For Sale: Rhode Island Red ty and State Road Engineers and .eggs, $1.00 per setting of fifteen. others interested in good roads Pans Sowder was here- from tucky. The occasion was Mrs; Mrs. W..T. Hicks. birthday. Painter's seventy-firs- t Knoxville last week to see his generally were there discussing Wildie; Ky. Wanted: If en or women, to' road out of the middle of the creek Wanted: Four ounces of what is to be done in roadbuild father, A. C. Sowder. Paris has Refreshments were served to take orders among friends and bed for more than a mile, was con- - Irish Potato seed grown in Rock- machin- about 20 guests and several If you have a coat and vest and ing in 19 19 and the best ways to quit barbering and is a piano solos were rendered by Mrs. need a pair of Pants we can do it. Those present from this neighbors for the genuine guar; demned last Monday. The road castle County 19 18, for which I ist now. Iva Robbins. Pueblo,(Colo)News. match them for you. county were County Judge. Mul- anteed hosiery, full line for men, passes through the lands of Dr. wiH pay $25.00 per ounce. The Geo. Ponder, of Indianapolis, be certified by the DeJ.Fish & Son. lins, Magistrates Guy Roberts, women and children. Eliminates R, H. Lewis and W. H. Fish, the seed must ot Agriculture at the Castleton, is the "name of the of, Willailla, partment just discharged from, the Navy new club organized 'last evening. Mules For Sale: Work mules Ereeman Ketronand Dan Mul- darning. We .pay 50c an- hour foimer being awared $100. dam- Experiment Station, Lexington, Utter $300. This is and warranted grown in Rockare guests of their relatives, Mr. There were sixteen charter mem- about 15 hands high. Call on lins. Col. Jim Maret and W- - H. spare time or $24 a week ior fll ages and-t-he W. S. Robins, 5 miles south wtst Fish. Lots of the counties are time. Experience unnecessary. one bers. R. H. Miller was elected and Mrs. P. Q- - Griffin. of the most needed roads in castle County. G. of Mt. Vernon. A. Lovaix. Write, International Stocking the county and the change will taking advantage- - of the 29 cent President, F. L. Durham, Vice Mr. and Mrs. W. H Fish Mill, Norristown, Pa. Mrs. D. C. Price will leave Mon- Road Tax and planning better Sec'y-Trea- s. certainly prove a blessing to those For Sale: A good work mare. spent the week in Lexington, President; Ralph Griffin, day for Louisville, and Cincinnati highways. Directors: O. D. Bryant, Paris, Winchester and London. The right of way for a new road people who have to travel up and See J. B. Cummins or Mrs. Clara "Dr. Owens, W. A. McKenzie, R. and will be gone a week. Carmical. Mrs. Fish was visiting relatives up Clear Creek, which takes the down the creek. H, Miller and W. H. Fish. The and Mr. Fish was on business. club will occupy the en tire floor 1 Mr. and Mrs.. John Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sigmon over W.A. McKenzie's restaurant are numbered with the sick. are home from Camp Knox. Mr. and will be open every night from Married. Mr. Lee Barnes, son Sigmon has been in the Y. M. C. 6 to 10 o'clock except on Sunday. of Boone Barnes and Miss Flora A. service for several months and Stevens, daughter of Tom StevMrs Carter McDowell, who has not yet decided just where ens Homer and Shirley Carmi-ca- l was Miss Martha Daily, daughter he will locate. spent Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller of Mr. and M.rs. S.S. Daily, died Mrs.' with Clarence Perciful. went to Paris first of the week, in the London hospital Tuesday, Not Upon Promises Clara Carmical spent Saturday where Mrs. Miller expected to a month to a day from the time with her brother, J.B.Cummins, undergo an operation, but an she was operated on for appendi at Mt Vernon Mrs. JohnKir X Ray examination showed it citis. From the- first there was Upon Performances by, who has been very sick is unnecessary. scarcely any hopexf her recovreported better, at present, hut ery. .She leaves four small child WE A"RE: PIONEERS IN J. T. JBowlirig, who is how a still very sick." Mrs. Charles successful attorney at Harlan, was ren, one only seven weeks old, Fletcher spent Sundayithjier here during the week on legal besides her husband, parents, brother, Robert Marler. Mrs. business. He was helping Geo. brothers and other relatives. The John Clontz, of Mt. Vernon, burial took place at East Bern Clontz, who bought Harve . spent several days wittiher sisfarm get matters straight- stadt, Wednesday. ter, Mrs. John Kitby here. Mrs. In " business since 1836 ened out. Work is expected to start.on u- Mike Marler was the Jguest of . PROMPT DELIVERIES Dixie-Boo- ne J. W. Hamilton, sometimes the missing link of the Mrs. John Marler Sunday. Highway betweea Livingsknown as Typewriter Hamilton, has been in- - town for the past ton and the Laurel county line month tuning pianos and selling soon. There is only about $6, 500, For Infants and Childrea typewriters. He seems to be a 00 to be rajsed and that will probably be put up by the time 625;627 Walnut, Street "Jack of all trades," but when it In Use For Over Years comes to tuning a piano or sell- this goes to press Plans and Always bears CINCINNATI, OHIO the ing a typewriter, helis right there estimates have all been approved Signature of by State Highway Commissioner with the goods. He knows his V A Rodman Wiley and are "now in business. J. McKenzie Browh has recent- the hauds of the Federal Governly been made Lieut. Colonel in ment for approval. The State British Army and every in- and Government will stand three the dication points that he will soon fourths and the people of this be made a Colonel. From the and other states have and will 'life rank of a pavate to Lieut. Colonel put the other one fourth in order to get a north and south route in less than four years, is a open. of which one can justly be a sBHHT3 VK4AJ!HBfekwo''?',BBVi 3J .r r ,r proud. He-i- s now in , Russia-bu-t ORDERS. Mrs. Cleo writes his mother, Reared Her Family (Rockcastle Fiscal.Court ) Brown that he expects to visit Call Term, Februaiy is, t9i9t HOME REMEDY Mt. Vernon during the summer Whereas it is Resolution: -l of 1919. AaAmricuilbtWfettsTWaAI ordered that in the event that the W&28n&r" There are few families in which th 20cents Toad tax is voted at the &iW&y LOCAL record of lira Guatave-Koch- , Box 24; vFsfS election to be "held on the the 15 Kewick, Keokuk Couaty, Iowa; has ' surpassed. Not in th far that Get under a, new Swann at day of March, 1919. in Rockcas tle County, then the amount.de r raised a family of eiht Is her Btoryl from oucfc.noywra as Mrs. Gustavct ones are here. .Fish's. The-neremarkable. Thousands of. families Koch. "Long life to her! Feruna to rived from said tax will be pro-- . are larger. The history of the Koch indicated for coughs, colds, catarrh Ooe-Oliv- er TypejFoa Salb; family Is .unique In that the mother, of. the. head, nose and throat, or dim- - ' rated and used in and according with all her Tovln care, fcrtnned her order of the stoaiach. bowels, r ;a.goa .heating stove. to the size of each Magisterial writer and faith to a simple, home remedy and other organs, due to catarrhal J l?fsa &5on. never had a doctor for .her children. of jtbe mucous linings. district: It is further resolved:. Here is what she says:' "Peruna has If you arje sick and'Tteringj - at $25 per That in case the said 20 cents done, my children good. I have a write the Peruna .Company, Dept. Potatoe seed family of eight and. never had a Columbus, Ohio; for Dr. Hart-maaamounts, to $i2,8oo per road tax is voted or carried the ounce doctor, only your medicine. We aU Health .Book. It Is free and" road tax which is levied and now think Peruna. a splendid toalc." 'in this paper. bushel; See-- , Is what;. So- - far .as e have learned. Seeds gatheredifrom. various lo- in force shall be omitted from theoniy.krio.wn. remedy for yoff need. Dr. Hartman's- - World .Tonic comes jia either whlcn,.iuch a wonderful claim .can calities often .prove, valuable from the levy of 1919, that the future j tee made Like Mrs! Kodti,K theri liquid, or tablet: ferjB , jyewv which new varieties are produced rate of taxation upoa the! rwcr., xx yu tTB Mnewiwg ' aeatta. are thcTusandsupon thousahaar-o- f .v w nee. accept "semethkur tart mothers who place "their- entire , tl and arejpund to be better adapt $100.00 shall be the same as at v 'good," ' -upon: Peruaar tF Insist upon Peruaa.. Tear " w '.' ed to the soils of some particular present, ThatrPenHMi .has merited this aeaw wm giva-yet- t a rinwi At-Att S. F Bowmax, 0. icCC. irwttMtoA ktvtfat locality or community. SL . x i . C'" Xx'.n ; T" ." z J'l.T nf .. . . h &? W: o.s. J. ''.--of-hi- s TIME TABLE. later. Atty. J. Henry Bowman 'vhas returned from Hamilton, Ohio and will soon be 'ready to look clients as after the interest usual. The Brodhead . Fair will be ' " that did not carry. If the 20 cts tax is voted, the vs : commissioner's sale. .""'"' Susan Patterson, Emmet Quinn, &c , Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockca tie Circuit Court, rendered ' at the February Term, i9ig, thereof, in the above cause, I shall pro. ceed to offer for sale at" the court house door in Mt. Vernon, ny., to tne hignest and best "-- plaintiffs, t You Can't Afford It . bid-de- r, mistake, Ifoii can buy good quality in clothes at pneeiyou used to pay a year or so ago. If the price is very low fovi dont want them at any price. The day of being "fd'ed" by low prices is gone. make the DON'T Win or that FISH'S $H Specials be-binni- ng, The cheapest clothes you now are rather high priced; they have tobe to good; and they have to going to -- that d - ;; HOP EWE LL - Our N CFiehfeTe Grows! but Bow-Oman- 's Dry OFearnngr and Dyeing Cqpae and get your Seed Oats. A sup. ply .at both Stores - Mt. YxwmiA Livingston at The TeasdaTe Co. 90c Pr CASTORIA (Ztf 30 you bought your Field Seeds? iSlfave a complete line Gold Medal, liest quality Seeds. Get my prices. Hve Don't forget that I sell you a 25 lb. Bag Full Weight Meal at 90CPer:BaS- rtg$y::'s jkBJS yvri re-cjo- rd EmBmmmmnmynda duoctor you want Portland Cement I have a car at Mt. Vernon now. en you wamMsmu. 1P want anything in I have it F&ed wm ?- m -- ba W. '$ S-8- 9, 's. i Pe-runa- .is mMmofi Phone 05 -. - r - u R$3 , - J . . n-, -' " ' VU -- . Jbf- i - 3 V " -v i ' vw tfii? A, -? Si!,. i -- " .V 'a? ?! ? fc! ; Y - f?': ST- -' rstt&epe?-i.. 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Yes, .and but a" few centuries ago and our beloved ancestors held their tea parties and had their main offices inTcaves.! Thanks to civilization, for today we have been: to see, study, read, learn, and above all. think, and the result gives us the yearning for the higher things in life". The cultur ed the refined. Much a longing can A visit through it will prove be fully satisfied at ourwonHerfulFurnitureDepartnient. it to your entire satisfaction. d . You should see the wonderful construction and hear the sweet tones to appreciate our wonderful line of Pianos. Sold under absolute guarantee of satisfaction. One Price To All, and Your Money's Worth -- (Welch's Furniture Department. X,. .J w- - "R EN LIN" Stands for the best in Wall Paper - Rugs Once you see our wonder f ultasortment-o- f Rugs you . think of us when you needTa Rug. It is genuine pleasure to pick'vy.our Rug from as -- :. : ' J! have the'bnly exclus- - ja Pictures "Brighten the corner where you are." -- Cedar Chests f A beautiful hope chest is essential to the every girl. To the older ones they are a prcven necessity for storage of your best clothes. Ours makes a beautiful piece of furniture for your home. happi-ne3So- Window Shades. (Welch's furniture Dept.). Spring is here and you need a new roo.m. Let us change its looks with our papers." "-- We J: wilt-alway- s ; ive; CHINA Department 7 in' Madison County. " : la there i oriy wonder why c we sell all1 . thedishes. We got 'em' The kind that fits in anywhere, real and attractive. (Welch's Furniture Department) (Welch's Furniture Department ) . Bed Room Serifs Old Ivory Genuine Walnut Golden Oak 5 4 Dining" Rooms . many patterns aswe carry. (Welch's Fur. Department ' Beautiful patterns and - many of them. (Welch's China Department.) Ranges OS Oil Stoves William and Mary Chippendale o"HoflsierKitoReiiCabtaetswEtfolasc White Sewing Machines ' Rich Mahogany Queen Anne Louis XIV MAJESTIC and FAVORITE We carry the largest assortment of stoves in Central Kentucky, " Are an absolute necessity during hot months. Come and look where you can choose from 50 different Stoves Out&itfw Beds and Springs All ia .stock and on one ' j floor. j- Oak, Walnut and Mahogany Yjou can alwasvfihdit :' ', ... te" i. X you want! $25.TO$3dO. in fact the choice seldctiorfe of theountryi No matter what you want in 'VHousc Furlifehings you caniind it; in; this; department The first time you are in town mafceipur sfore.your headqttat ters and allow us to be your host for at least: a Htychjlcv " It; will be;agenuine pleasure to serve you t ? Get That It will pay you and look : to come through-ou- r line. Oil "At Stove Welch's ?i tft O BSKfB&r ' i - the 'Men Folks Wagons OLD HICKORY -- i Wire thence 25Q0 rods, of No. 9 top and Seetl Oats Oiir.Second. Car i. goes at c bottom 4 ft. Gaas . tYi s- Biiggi es P HOWI XmeaH8 some-hihgthema- n WE GET Harness Department We call your special attention to our Harness and SHOE Department, Here we make or repair all kinds of Harness or Shoes. Our electric machinery and our expert workmen will please you atfd smooth out all your little troubles. (Welch's Repair Department.) DOLLY VARDEN who cares and ' Per R6d .. We have it in stock now. Get the best; it wjll. last two ; WEBER r:? . i 1 No. 110 top and bottom at - 4SOPer Rod - 85c Per -- yearsand' give better Four Every Week at Welch's Of course its fresh ' and ! OuSpr-Lin- e 2 in. complete with bed and seat, only of Buggies now in. -. uooo, .. BCheap " BusheL h- S120- 3 Best Grade, perard 8ic .2V-'-- , , Bestr Grade c in. complete with bed and seat, only better and only - Phone us your requirements White Scea'Oats (Welch's Seed Dipartmrit ) " 5cr ) :. 1-JiZ. Comeea and get'your choice. ' $125. Over i oa wagons now in stock . f ,, Welch's "Hardware ? Dept.) i Welch's 05ry .Goods Dept (Welch's BaggxiDept.) (Welch's' Vehicle Dept.) PER BAG r? f It '. T "H - 1:11 f 1 I illlIL--i M iI TU -- , f I v ii i 1 lyf Mmmi: l TM 1 l wm J IL I Ipfl5! M? s A mrmu mmW JmWmd mmmW MY II UII III WL 11M UJH' A--Ivj-l- v-llll 1 'Jh 5o' M f twl i till L -- 1 I 1 1 ml I I I '' L -- vK" )- - I K V T mXmmmmi JL i 1 I M JL I 1. I I 1 I I I ILy Wmt I' VI I I ..r V' MY A MmmW F4- ,? W&MM'muMmuuMJRMwuumLiTf wUUUWM' - MY- - '''M-Mwi9- J DIFFERENCE" Oil ... ;&, 11P f : ? I . - :" .. r' , - -. ..... , ri.:&? ..J.