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Mount Vernon signal: February 28, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919022802_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. Jbb. i I Afc rU EVERY JDi-'lOnE.- FRIDAY feSPLUMB XXXII m atmi feriisi ina r MT. VERNON, 6r ESTABLISHFD 1887 . ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1919 NUMBER 22 1919 the Banner Building Year ' BR OD H E ADlS21113113131 J. E. Wallin, and little daugh ter, i Miss Hazol. of Danyip, were hero over Sunday wlthrel atives. Mr. and Mrs. Bronston Elder, 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 he LoOisville & Nashville during the illness of W. T. Pattersoa.r Mrs. Byron Owens whoba,ben quite ill with pneumonia, i bet ter. Dr. Owens returned to Louisville Monday, where he Is attending college Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Evans were here from East Bernstodt Sunday the i6th. Mr. Evans held regular services at the Methodist church on that day. Rev. Jordan Carter, of Wilraore. and Rev. - Krump,,of Lsrington, were tl e guests of Dr. V. F. Carter several days last week. Jop Albright, who came home from Harlan county a few weeks ago quite sick, .returned the first of the week. Chai. -- Je fe j ? , There is every reason to belie ve that igiQ will witness more building and construction work than ever before seen in a single year j of our national history. Make life on Mr. Farmer, get busy. 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 serv4&.-possiDl- "Who was Whittier" SAID THE TEACHER "SOME POET," said the little boy. My Flour Is Some Flour 1.40 PER BAG v. Granulated Sugar 10c PER LB. 5 M &yXiS.ttWMi-Vii- f i I itai Remember; lam headquarters for Building Material of all kinds and am in position to save you money on anything in that line S. T. PROCTOR fc. Mrs. John Riddle. Mrs. J. J. Painter, of Stanford, was here last week the guest of her mother, Mrs L. N. Vanhook. O.HFiith, and daughter, Miss Elnora, were in Mt. Vernon several days hMt week completing the records of W. hiA rpn m rl VM f k.aTp vrvcni ivivu uia muuiuuiuot) ; H P"( VV r JUST OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE rr cretkersrWtle fronts $ Store the Local Board. Mrs'? OI'ftT. from-LouiS- high standard this bank THE set for itself in the con duct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emei gency and under all circumstances, this institution is one of helpfulness. of The spirit We should like to number you amoung our patrons. PEOPLES BANK RANGES AND DO NOT FORGET OUR LINE OF CAST AND STEEL We get them direct from the manufacturer and cut out the middle man's profit. Field SEEDS and Teed Stuff TRY A BAG OF OUR NEW COW FEED BARLEY MEAL OR, IF YOU PREFER perewt. $3.00 TAKE j: Phone f 61 Ship Stuff PER CWT CPO flJQ Griffin property there tpHarve Bowman for $200000. Brown was at home ville Sunday the i6th with her Washington, Feb 22. the other giving the President parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G.'Priin a Nicholasville party and three W H. Brown, of Lancaster, was head to T. W. Jones at Stanford The Wheat Guarantee bill, auth- greater authority in restricting here last week for a few days. at a fair price. He bought nine orizing the President to use ex- importations of wheat to piotect J. L. Kegley. of Farlston,fsold head of stock cattle from S. S isting agencies or create new tile Government frorajundue loss. The President is given blanket the house and lot purchased from Purcell tor $515. W. J.Owens one to buy wheat of the i!h8 and Morris Frith to Kirt Kidwell1 fur of Lebanon Junction, was here 1919 crops at the Government authority to provide all the W, guaranteed price and dispose of weekC7-Jhandling the vbeat 3o5too. weorgc 'tiojcomo' was - where Moore soldo, nice two year old it at market prices, was passed from the time it is purchased taken to London Sunday he underwent an operation for mule to W. G. Capps this week to day bv the House by a vote from the farmer until sold to the consumer, with control over appendicitis upon his' arrival for $11000 and about 15o bales 277 to 15. millers, wholesalers, jobbers and there He was taken ill Wednes of straw to Brodhead parties at Just before adjourning last day of last week but did not cal 65 cents, this being all the straw night the House adopted amend- bakers, importers, manufacturers a doctor until Saturday when it he'has to offer. R. L. Smiih was ments changing the date of ex- and exchanges. was found ho 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 ton, who was visiting Dr. W. F. thing offered brought to June 1, 1920, and giving tho Counting it only in dollxrs and Carter, was in consultation with prices. Mr. Smith is a groat 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 coia cost you? A man may not doctors accompanied Mr. Hoi- - price getter too Mi. and Mrs. tics be used to forco down tro 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 Corbin where Mr. Humble and is very seriouse and made so by The measure, which carries an days to get rid of a cold under waiting so long before calling a Logan Storms are running a tho appropriation of a billion.dollars, can usual treatment. JThat time bo much shortened physician, however, he is getting grocery and meat market. Mr. was passed with only two impor- ing Chamberlain's Cough bv takRemealong as well as could bo ex and Mrs. John Robins were in tant amendments, one changing dy and proper care of yourself, pected. Misses Hallie Snodd, Louiiville Thursday and Friday the .date when the act shall in fact, a bottle of this remedy Dorothy Eubanks and Henrietta of last week. The Rev. A. J. cease to bo effective from Octo- in tho house is a mighty good Forsse, Postmaster Granville Pike was in Mt. Vernon Wed: ber r.s, investment during the winter and 1920, to June 1, i92o, and spring Owens and Gus Carson attended nefday between trains. Houry months. the picture show at Stanford Harrison was in Corbin during the week the guest of Prof. J. LSaturday night. Uncle John from Pilkenton. Eld. J. W. Masters bought a jersey cow YOU Dr. W. E. .McWilliams.the first returned home after holding a of the week for $75 00. Miss revival in Harlan County. He Lena McCall, of Maretburg, was will begin a meeting at Gum with her sisteis, Mrs. J. IJ. Grovo church on Copper Creek Albright and Mrs. J. D. Frith next Wednesday night. At tho this veek.t-- S. T, Proctor was bank hall tomorrow afternoon a' KENTUCKY hero trom Mt. Vernon Monday 3:00 o'clock there will be a good figuring on the new brick cot roads meeting. The principal On the Banks of Two Rivers tage that R. H. Haram means to speakers will be Rodman Wiley, On the L?n- of Two Railroads erect in the near future- ,- J. M. Commissioner of Roads. A. J. On Ihe Dixie Humble was down from Corbin Pike, L- N. Bcwling and 'others (Eastern Division) the first of the week. Miss Effie will also address the public at 10 DAILY PASSBNGKIt TRAINS 2 DEPOTS Ware, of May wood, was the guest this meeting. If you are not acof Mrs.. J. N. Vanhook the first quainted with this law and want Three CHURCHES 1 GUADEl) SUHOOL 3 Grist Mills of the week. Capt George M. to learn what is best for you, 2 Saw Mills 6 Coal Mines 2 Prug Stores Frith was at home during the attend this meeting and hear 8 General Stores every point discussed. Kesuurunt week the guest of his. parents, 3 Lodges Tie Merchant and Mrs. J. G. Frith. Mr. 2 Blacksmith Shops PERIODIC BILIOUS ATTACKS. Among the soldier boys recently 2 Physicians Persons subject to periodic discharged from army service Home of 75 Railroad Engineers, Firemen. Conductors bilious attacks will observo that are Edd Reynolds, Fred Sbivel, their appetite fails them just beand lirakemen, Chas. Soard, Henry Harrison, fore an attack. That is, they AND TIIR HOME OF Ckcar McNelly and John Coffey. do not really crave food but eat W. T. Brooks sold his farm to J. because it is meal time. It they M. Turpm, of Langford, for will eat only a light meal Capital $15 000. and $2950.00. This, farm lies be- no meat, then take two of Cham Deposits 51,000. tween here and Maretburcr berlain's Tablets the attake may NOT TWO VKARS O I, D VET Miss Oma Brown, and Arnold be avoided. I " M i Hiatt wore here from Quail dur- '" ' MM mg mo ween iue guests or Mr and Mrs. Bon Riddle. Mrs. A. M. Hiatt and little daughter, Dor. othy Vernon, are spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith, in Hiatt section. A, G. Cridor, the promA inent merchant of .Hiatt. sold his -- Several-daytMa- st . un-hea- rd Sig-ma- n - SHOULD KNOW ROCKCASTLE COUNTY POPULATION 900 - LIVINGSTON -- - 1 1 FIRST STATE BANK I " Do You Wanf To SeTT Your YOU Farm! II DO WANT TO BUY FARM? 'lljBowman sold his farm ebout two miles south of hero for $1700.00. The, property bought from Mr, Cridor consists of a cottage, storo house und about two acros of land. R. L. cumin soia six neaupi cattle to FOR ANYTHINC IN REAL ESTATE R H.MILLER MT. VERNON, KY. I I - Olfjf-- i M n1flg-ii- ,l MUX 1 1 ... . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . , ijii, .j.i; 1 1 ,,. ,i; 1 1 : ;::. . w jr , 9ta iMiiiiiecs9iitui!a..dMiiaHttiiittiii saeitDo lanat . tr " nun w5 1919 o i ... . 6 CO -- ...0) o ..! Dry Goods In addkion to ur complete line of Fresh Veg:tables and Groceries we have added a splendid line of KhidaV, Feb s8, ' a - Dry Goods Men's, Youths and Boys' Overalls .a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a ew a a a a a o MILLINERY On thciH'co id floor, my daiitrlitfr, iMis Cummins, law a full lino of Ladies mid Children's Heady Trimmed Hats. May-built) taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacif J. B. West Main Street CUMMINS On ... HwBwKwHwHlf :J.wHw JMw.B g You Men That Like g I To Be Well Dressed I 1V 'A oaaaaaaaaaaaa .. ...,..il ail. ...- - have the moit careful selected type of i Dress Shirts in size, style, quality and price to suit you. 8 Ties to niiitch any shirt you select. vAUWmUMUmVTrl tory mmmtmmmmm so MHfivrinWfli f ' no veal effect. By cSoit they had received from the Government, not understanding tho $1.0 nature and viluo of SJBSCklPTION ONK VKAR the letters. a FcttuuauOy, the Sin.o Council dv rtising rates maue known on had a record of this award Ci application the Distinguished Service Cross, and the citation, which reads as MHMBRR OP CBNTU KYPntJSS SSOCIATION follows: displayed "Private great coolness and courage under it heavy birrage when he unhesi wVXilMf " J tatingly went forward to destroy wire entanglements, nnd continued this extremely hazardous work .. until killed " ANNOUNCB.M1.NTS .. We aro nuthorlzcd to uniiounru This information has been furHON. E. BULLOCK nished to (he Historian of this from a.- - as a cadlrtate for Iteprcwtitathe com- boy's home county, and his theScrentli-lLeglHl.itlvo district, with . posed of Rookcastlc. abd Laurel coun- nutne and record, toge'.herwill be e this citation for bravery, ties, whjpet to tbe.net Jon of the? Repubat lican party at its primary election on mude a part of the permanent AupustS, 1919. recoids of tho county. The County Historian of this Thk democrats of Kentucky . must be on guard. The diy ot county nnns tho name, address, political basses is gone and whou and military record of every perwe see them struggling to get son in the service from the county hold of the party, it becomes our with a statement of casualties, duty to give notice to the voters promotions, newpap:r articles, and sound the nlarm. This year etc. If you want the record of your the people must select their own soldier boy to bo placed in tl c candidates. They must not bo at once a H selected in It cut and driedin con- recordoof your county go county, anv to the Historian of your vention. must not be would-bget a WAR RE'JOItD blank, fill boss's back office. und H The republican bossos nro al- it out This return itis tothc Histor appeal ian. directed par ready preparing a shte and have t:cularly to the mothers and sis called a convention to meet in Lexington to ratify ters of sbldiers the city-otheir slate and thereby make the Do not stop hero Give u part a.--.- Pnblishtd every Ftiday h EDGAR S. Al.BRIGh 7. which he bus bten awarded the Di?tl guiohed Service Cros after his th'.iUi. nnd that there was no pennant n i record of this awtfrd in Ins county, nnd th.it his par ents has destroyed nil letters County Court day for add county, hotweun the hours of II o'cli ck u m., and 3 o'clock p. m., upon a uredlt of six mooths, tin' following describe property, to wit: One house and lot located in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle v.N. ICy , and known as tho Mt. Voruon Telephone Exchange property, whi.h has a two story building hereon, and is bounded on the north by u Lt owned by J .1 Lawrence; on the east by Will lams Street; and on tho south an I west by the lot of Jam- h fronting of said William-Strefor a width of 26 ft and being H5 ft. in depth, and being tlte same lot deeded by the Mt Vernon Telephone Co to S. li. Ramsey, on tho 22nd day of July, Mo-retet Children Cry for FUtchtr's r tfiiiii.i fy:snu.ir:i mw w ajh and nas necn maae unaer his personal supervision since Its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in thic are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and 'Just-as-gooExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, It contains Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. 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 Feverlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, elds the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been. In use for over thirty years, has borno the signature of with approved uretv, bearing legal interrst from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Hidden, wdl bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S, i9iJ l'or the purchase prico the purchaser must execute bond, What is CASTORIA Master Commissioner, Rockcastle; Circuit Court tOZ FLETCHER.!" et-LM - Grji'fiN, ? GENUINE TM CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS a a a .'4 ,v ir iafci COMMISSNER'SSALE Rockcastle Circuit Court. V. J. Nici:i.uv,Admr. of . I'hiutiff Sakah Lkk. VS : &L&&&&1 In Use For Over 30 Yqars The Kind You Have Always Bought COMMNV. MW VOWK OITV. THK CKNTAU e Collars. i B f WOKK SHIRTS and OVERALL SUITS well made and durable that are niatchloss in iii..lily and juice. DRESS SHI RTS 50c and up. Good henvy Work Shirts for 90c. Over-All- s Coats $2.25. and Over-Al- l Buy and save money. 4 JOHN ROBINS K BRODHEAD J doing, no one. however, meritori H ous and deserving, will have any W chance at the August Primary, unless named by the republican convention, and no one will be named in the republican convention unless he be selected by the H bosses and placed upou the slate. The free people of Kentucky will not stand for this, as they know it is contrary to the spirit of fair play. If the republicans of tbe state accept a- - ticket named that 2 I More Shoes AT BROWN'S PLENTY OF. FRESH THE QUALITY AND MeatsGroceries EVERY ONE KNOWS EVERY ONE KNOWS BROWN ON MAIN ST. NOTICE! ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT Call Term 8th day of February, 1919 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 the 15 day of March, 1919, to 'ascertain the will of the electors of said County on the question of Road "Are you in favor of voting a 20-ce- nt Tax 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 years. Copy attest: S. F. BOWMAM, C.R.C.C. tor'un nnd assist her or him in getting information as to the soldiers in your part of your county im mmwv tULmftj.u icnnu iMwumH Soldiers now returning from illkiJB n riM?2af "1 rr Ah HMzyTr?i-g,the army are urgently requested' x to call on .the County Historian, fill out a blank for themselves, and urge other returning soldiers to fill blanks and thus aid the County Historian. Cream is worth more today than it has been Vor many Let us now get the military years. Are you getting all yon can out of your mil't? Don't of every man in the service. allow butter fat to get away from you, for every dpn rcpre Tho Historian tor Rockcastle II sents money. County is Mrs. R. 'A. Sparks, way, itjivrfs-l- if Don't Risk Using an Old r ment 'to machine politics and Mt. Vernon, Ky. Separator r? gives to a few political bosses If you arc not sure that your cream separators skimCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. the power to select their candiming clean, or if you are still trying to get along without one name the ticket for dates and Rockcas'le Circuit Court. Let Us Show You a Lily them. This our people do not T. J. Niceley, Admr of want and the free and independ- George W. Atdeison, In the Lily, lasting qualities are first considerations. Plaiuiiff, Uecd, ent voters of this state should be Every bearing is automatically oiled by splashfrom the vs : Commissioner's Sale. reservoir of oil in the gear chamber. When you add fresh repudiate and on the alert to Audersou, &c, oil, the old dirty oil is automatically drained out without condemn a ticket selected in that Frank' Defendants. wasting any new oil. AH sediment or foreign .matter that way. in other words, down with By viitui'eof a judgment und Matilda Houk, his wife, whic'x may have gotten into the gear chamber accidentally is the bosses, dowu with the politi- and order of sale of tho Rockcas- deed is of record in Dted Booi drained out immediately so that the oil in the gear chamber cal machines, down with political tle Circuit Court, rendered ut 26. page 382. is always clean. tricksters, and up with tbe cause the February Term, i9iq, there For tho purhise price the Come in and let us show you the rest of the Lily features, must execute bond, of a fro; people and a fair ballot, of, in the above cause, I shall purchaser proceed to offer for sale at the letting the best man at all times court house door in Mt. Vernon, with annroved suretv. Brodhead legal interest from day of sale win. KtNTUCKV Ky., to the highest and best until paid and having the forci bidder, at public auction, on and effect of a judgment. Bid W. T Shoht, of Richmond, is Monday. March, i7th, 1919, being ders will be prepared to com pit a candidate for State Senator regular County County day for promptly with theso terms. said county, between the hours G S. Ceiffin, from this district. The seven- of o'clock a. in., and 3 0.'clock 9 Master Commissioner, will sure send a republi p. in., upoo a credit 01 six months teenth Rockcastle Circuit Court. can and therefore, we can not the following described property, see where much improvement or sufficient thor,eof, to produce could bo madeA6ver Mr; Short the sum of 49.10 anu tlie cost of this action Kidney troubles don't disappear of The housewife of Holland would alWe hope to see Rockcastle give e A tract of laud located in themselves. They grovr ilowly but most as soon be without food as withttvidlly. him a beany support. undermining health with County, Kentucky, oa tho deadly certainty, jintll you fall a vic- out her "noal Dutch Drops," aa sha tim to Incurable THsease. Haarlem waters of Roundstone Creek your troubles while there Is time. quaintly rails GOLD MEDAL strength Stop Oil Capsules. They restore und bounded as follows: Don't wait until little paina become blc ajid are responsible In a (Treat measure HISTORY OP KENTUCKY'S achei. Don't trlllo with disease. To for the sturdy, robust health of the Beginning at a beech and pop void future sutterlnc begin treatment Hollanders. PART IN THE WAR. lar in 'Boone's Hollow, just below with OOLU MIMML. Haarlem Oil 1st and now. Take three or four every Do not delay. Go to your the fdllon rock, corner of the The Kentucky Council o day until you ure entirely free from lnslt on hla supplying youdruirf ooui with pain. Mi;iAL, Haarlem Oil Capsules. Tke wishes to keep before the Rowan Henderson survey; thence This preparation has been them as directed, and If you are not poles to a S one of the national remedies ot Hol- Battened with results your druggist will public the historical work which with Ills lire 8 E 55 land for centuries. In 1CSC the govern, gladly refund your money. loo for dogwood and white oak; thence ment of the Netherlands granted a the name OOLD MEDAL, on the boa is now being done under its sup N 2t W jB pules to u poplar; pedal charter authorizing Its prepara- - and accept no other. In sealed Doiea. mvu auu BftJO. ervision in every County in the thence S 80 W 20 poles to :i three sizes. ?VUanVIVKCnaJV State, and to ask the assistance oliesuut oak; thence IN 67 U 28 of every person who has a rela Doles to two small spotted oaks; thence N E W 30 poles to tivo in the service. oak: thence N 75 W 7 poles to a County Historians have been black oak and white oak; thence thatm-e-1every S 75 W 39 to a hickory and maple; appointed in practically I I M in your thence S 26 W 23 poles and 18 county in the State. The tlrst gum und tourwood; a Br mouth j3WPJaBTJfe'fl work which they aro undertak links to84 poles to a black W thenec lifiht, GSSHEfis ing Is to get a record, of every oak, thence N 4 W 34 poles o a 84 fluftV.tender person in the service from their black oak; thence 24 liiijyi 9K cakes, biscuits anil"""BJB its to a resolution' passed t county, and to write this record poles to the beginning, doughnuts that just 28 acres, more or less on a WAR RECORD sheet. These keep you hanging special of the Rockcastle Fiscal Court, For the purchase price the fll 'round the pantry sheets will contain the name and purchaser must execute bona, February 8, 1919, I, the undersigned, Sheriff, address of the soldiei, the name with approved surety, bearing Km? all made with and address of his parents, his legal interest trom day or sale CALUMET will cause a poll to be opened in each of the reage, the camp whore he received until paid and having the force WM IAKINI POWDER f- spective voting precincts of Rockcastle County Bid first training, military address; and effect of a lUdgment. ders will be picpared to comply BBS economical kind. Try SSf between th? hnnrc nf &rJAnfAr promotions, casualties, etc. v Vyfl h dfireavvaybake-dtterms. promptly with the-bSS It is said that the record of G. S. GniPFiN, on the Vou of March, 1919, for the HSf You my when you bur It. BSlJ Master Commissioner, each mun in theCivil war was uot tava when rsu UMK. Court. CaIumttcontalnMlyiuch AH obtained uutll a few years ago. Rockcastle Circuit a ingredicnta a hare been AbBX purpose oi submitting the question to the votaWflj approved officially by tha Out if the rolatives of soldiers COMMISSIONER'S HALE. ers: Are you for a Property of 20 cents will lend their aid now, while InHIGHEST ROCKCASTLE CI RCUIT on,cach $100.00 worth of property in the formation can easily bo'obtained, COURT. tho records of each man in the Countv of Rockcastle, fr. Up Missouri Patterson, A vear AA service from Kentucky can bo Plaintiff, Gaurdian, etc., for a period of five years, for the purppse of immado within a few months. vs: Commissioner's Sale. Theso records, 'when completod Dovio Ramsey, &c, Defendants. proving the public roads or bridges of said Bv virtuo of a judgment and will be bound in permanont form order of sale of the Rockcastle and made a part of the records Circuit Court, ronderod at tho vAJumy, ur euner or botn ot kVi M. iMBSCSVyv of tho county.' February Term, 1919, thereor, In BvZyw!SSv9r btbtJ It recently came to tho atten the above cause, I shall proceed S. tion of the Kentucky Council of to offer for sale at tho court door in Mt. Vernon Ky , bouso Sheriff of Rockcastle County. Defense that a Kontncky boy to the hi ghest and best bidder, bad given Lis life in the perform at publio auction, on Monday, February 12, 1919. ance of a most heroic aot, fo Marc h 171)1, i9i9, being tegula and-of -ed .., r-- re-cq- Ai.ick Gkntijy,'&c, Denfendanth. Iiy virture of a judgment and order of silo of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the February term, 1919, thereof, ir the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in ,Mt.. Vernon, Ky , to ilie hit; best and best bidder, at public auction, 'on Monday, the . t. ,1 ,rf. .r .... .t uuy lor FreTuiuXounTt aid county, between tbe hour-o- f 9 o'clock a. in , nnd 3 o'clock ot six p. m . upon a credit months, the following property, or sufficient thereof to produce S 102.76 and the cost of this action: J in A tract, oft land located Rockcastle County.-- Kentucky, dn the waters of' Skeggs Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at the corner of Jas Houk, Mrs. Fish and tho Rvan land; thence with Mrs. Fish'. fence west to a little black oak standing near the fence on Sirah Lojisls side, marked . for u corner between 'sii'd Houk's land and th piece sold to said Si'rah Lee: l thence south straight down standing passing a RUiii-tron aid Houk's html; thence to ihu Evans land; thence with siid Evans land east to the beginning, containing abiut 1 acre, be tin Hi'iie moro or less, and is tin same tract of land deeded 'th said Sarah Lee the iSth day of Sept 1895, by James Houk and -tin-h'lee COMMISSIONERS SAl.lt 1W Take Advantage o High Cream Pricei ofrUiu-elialfeMa- sKV jsjirj . -- i.iynTCM&l K,. s ' Xk Mt beai-Iii- Shafer 5 Roberfs I I KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! Rock-rustl- Cap-ule- a De-fens- o well-know- n V'MM IH A -t fc 'Bi H jH A?l3PSB H fca H - ,N OT C contain-lUL'ubou- Pursuant Term, at 9 jB A e y 4ArMnrt p.m., I5thday Kf B BH Tax J. themr LANGFORD, DTWLORED SPOTS OK PAOEj . - e.i Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, Fob. 28, 1919 7f f J7 . '' up "No. 70" rniT7C want toOommunl- - & $7 on with BIONAL loui.villc 4 rU.HVUlc R.R.Co. TIMB TABLE. 4.57 p 22 nortn 24 north 8:35 am 28 south 12:35 Pm . 21 V. South Phone No. 8. . 12:45 am Jas. Landrdm, Agent. Entered at the Ml Vernon, Ky. PotoBce mall matter. u lecond-ciu- i PKR.80NAJL, Mrs. Mary Williams and Mrs Cleo Brown will return from Cov ington tomorrow. Casper Adams is horo from. Hnmsburg, 111., with lumefolks for a two weoks visit. ' U. G. Baker spent the week in Louisville buying goods for his mammoth Main street store. Rov. Mullins, of Warren county, has been called us pastor of lie will tho Baptist church inovo here. Geo. S. Griffin has begun tho erection of a nice homo on the West side of his Buckeye farm, close to Dixie highway. August Kreuger is very sick. O'Bannon cumo up from Dr. Jjjanfnrdlnsj niyht in consulta- it. reuuiuKloa Rev. H. T. Young attended the Conference of the Y. M. C. A. held in Louisville last Thutsday and reports a great meeting. Mrs. G. D. Lillard, of Law-reticebu- "c rc""M ' , G. S. Griffin. penny for each year he is' bid-in less than thirty six hours afMaster Commissioner, After making his deposit, cts terwards. He went off to sleep 74 said if any ono wanted to Rockcastle Circuit Court. ho nd never awoke. This week is Road Builders make him a birthday present, he S win ford enter would bo glad to have it, which Week at Lexington and RockcasMrs. Lizzie tained a few friends Saturday would also be placed in the birth tle was represented. Members of evening in honor of her mother, day box. Ho received $4.00. Fiscal Courts of several counties was jho week-en. 1 '' f ft.' as well as County Judges, Counguest of her parents, Mr. and nirs. Mary rainier, wno is nere For Sale: Rhode island Red Mrs J. J. Bnilock, of Hansford. on an exteuded visit from Ken eggs, $1.00per setting of fifteen, ty and State Road Engineers and occasfon was Mrs. others interested in good roads Paris Sowder was here from tucky. The ,4 "Mrs. W. T. Hicks birthday. generally were there discussing Painter's seventy-firs- t Knoxvillo last we'ek to see his Wildie. Ky.' f what is to be done in road build Refreshments were served to father, A. C. Sowder. Paris has about 20 guests and several If you have a coat and vesf and ing in 1919 and the best ways to quit burbering and is a machinpiano solos were rendered by Mrs. need a pair of Pants we can do it. Those present from this ist now. county were County Judge MulIv Robbins. Pueblo,(Colo)News. maicu mem iur ,vuu. -Geo. Ponder, of Indianapolis, V4 ,,' lins, Magistrates Guy Roberts, J.Fisii & Son. is- the name of the Castleton. and Gradcti Cress, :of Willailla, 4n Mules Fok Sale: Work mules Freeman'Ketrori? anlT Dan Muljust discharged from tho Navy new club organized last evening. high. Call on lins. Col. Jim Marel and W. H. about 15 hands are guests of their relatives, Mr. There were sixteen charter mem W. S Robins, 5 miles south wts't Fish. Lots of the counties are bers. R. H. Miller was elected of Mt. Vernon. Griffin. and Mrs P. Q taking advantage of the 20 cent President, F. L. Durham, Vice Mr. and Mrs. W. --H Fish President; Ralph Griflln, Sec'y-TreaMrs.D. C Price will leave Mon- Road Tax and planning better spent Iho week in Lexington, Directors: O. D. Bryatf, day for Louisville and Cincinnati highways. Paris, Winchester and London. Dr. Owens, W. A. McKenzie, R. aud will bo gone a week. Mrs. Fish wus visiting relatives H. Miller and W. H. Fish. Tho and Mr. Pish was on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher club will occupy the en tire floor Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sigmon ovor W. A. McKerizie'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 ju.t where ens Homer and Shirley Car mi was Miss Martha Daily, daughter he will locate. cal spent Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Daily, died Mrs. with Clarence Perciful. went to Paris ritst of the week, in the London hospital Tuesday, Clara Carmical spent Saturday mises-- r Not Upon Pro where Mrs. Miller expected to a month to a day from the time with hoy brother, J.B.Cummms, : undergo an operation, but an she was operated on for append! at Mt. Vernon Mrs. John Kir Upon Performances X Ray examination showed it citis. From tut- first there was by, who has been very sick is scarcely any hope of her recovunnecessary. reported better at present, but ery. She leaves four small childWE ARE PIONEEKS IN still very sick. Mrs. Charles J. T. JBowling, who is now a ren, one only seven weeks old, 11 n-.1 s. Tinwr ui.uuy, iu.iw iiM COMMISSIONED SALU, Kid W. Riloy, of Jackson county, will begin a series of meet- . ........ i2 L ' Rockcastle Circuit Court. ings fltCavo; Saturday5 night. A FEW PLAIN FACTS ABOUT Stephens & Mvncey, Plaintiffs, THEM Green Maiden, age 83 years, a ' vs : commissioner's sale' resident of Scaffold Cano section, Attend the road meeting in Mt. Susan Pattekson.was adjudged insane horo Vnrnnn timnrrnw rind Irnnw whv! EmMEIT OUINN, Vl Defendants and sent to tiio asylum. virtue of vou should be for or .gainst the An important conferonco of 20 cis tax. Circuit Court, rendered at the Y. M. C. A., workers will bo held At tho last November election, February Term, i9iq, thereof, in Mt. Vernon about March 18th. 18 counties voted on tho 20 ots in tho above canse,-- I shall proExact dato' will bo announced tax. Rockcastlo is the only one ceed to offer for sale at the court houso door in Mt. Vernon,-Ky.- , later. that did not carry. to the highest and best Atty. J. Henry Bowman ,has at public auction, on MonIf tho. 20 cts tax is voted, tho returned from Hamilton. Ohio State gives $3.00 for every $1.06 day, March 17th, 1919, being regular county court day for said and will soon 'be ready to look put up by the county. county, between tho hours of 9 the interest of his clients as after The road tax will bo aojflts o'clock a m., and 3 o'clock p. usual. upon a credit of six months, whether it is voted or not. the following described Tho Brodhead Fair will bo It does not cost the trvx payor a or so muoli thereof as property held Aug. 20-- 2 and 22, 1919. cent more, so why lose the State duce the sum of $30.46, will prowith in. Secretary Granville Owens is aid. , terest from the nth day ot July, already busy getting things in If Rockcastlo wants better roads 19I4, until paid, subject to a of Dec. 30, 00 shape for tho big event. or ever expects to have them, credit and $15 cost paidthis action: of the 1914, horse and what better proposition can tho Man past 30 with A tract ot land located In buggy to sell Stock Condition people expect. County, Ky , near LivingPowder in Rockcastle County. The rich counties of the stato ston, and bounded as follows: Beginning at two poplars and Salary $90 poi money. Address are willing to pay the tax tobuifd a black oak standing on the Indian- the roads in pauper counties like 424 South Moridian St., north of Uriah Gresbam's house, apolis, Indiana. Rockcastle. If we don't accept about one mile from same; thence vS 76 poles crossing the State If you want to hear the Hvest the offer whose fault is it,? road at 15 poles to two white If by voting the 20 cts tax, the oaks: thence 66 J W 81 poles to a road man in Kentucky hear Rodman Wiley at the Court House taxes are- to bo raised, we say stone " at the root of a fallen at 1' o'clock or at Brodhead at 3 vote it down, if not, vote for it 1 white oak; thence Norjh 132 o'clock tomorrow, March 1st. If The biggest tax payers of t.ho poles to a stake; thence to the containing 50 acres, you do not understand tho new county are for the 2o Qcts tax. will explain Thoy are paying all the taxthey more or less. Excluded from law ask him and he this tract of land is tbo amount it. want to pay, but this 20 cts does sold James Whitaker by Susan Mr. John Fletcher, a well to do not hurt them or make their taxes Patterson, Sept 2, i9i2. price the For the farmer and highly respected cit-- ' a penny" higher; it will help the purchaser, purchaseexecute bond must miles county and therefore they are for with approved surety, bearing izen, living. f about three south of Mt Vernon, died Tues it. legal interest from day-osale day night of flu. He was in town until paid Last Sunday was H.C.Gentry's and effect and a having the forco of judgment. Bid. last Saturday but was complain birthday and at Sunday jSohtwl ders will hp nronared to comply Irig of feeling badly. He took. yes-tcsda- ROADS,, y Jfe t Can't Afford It M'lira 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 DON'T bid-do- r, m'.-- , 1 Rock-cast- le mm ' low you dont want them' at any price. The day of being ufooled" by low prices is gone. 1 mmmmw-- WMWM pi FISH'S $ . Specials f - ml Pa ml pig 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 OUK SP1IHT OF SERVICE, THE DESIRE TO BE HELPFUL; OUR KNOWLEDGE OF. WHAT MEN m: Nji jssif kiwi lii'v-- l ff"53sL f LIKE. mtmmtmmtmm .AmUCHtCtiV2liM .1 MitftttMMnMAt The Store That . Sells For Cash On the Between the -- Square LBanks m' &fe Ppr-- l OJtKlTfir t'SJi-- - MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY I fZITCSKn Men or women to take orders among friends and neighbors for the genuine guaranteed hosiery, full line for men, women and children. Eliminates darniner- - Wo pay .socman hour spare time or 824 a week for full time. Experience unnecessary. Stocking International Write, Mill, Norristown, Pa. HOP E WE LL road out of tho middle of the creek bed for more than a mile, was condemned hst Monday. The road passes through the lands of Dr. R, II. Lewis and W. H. Fish, the iormer being a wared $100 dam- aces aud tho latter S.vo. This is ono of the most needed roads in the county and tho chauRO will certainly prove a blessing to thoso The right of way for a now road people who have to travol up and up Clear Creek, which takes tho down the creek. Wanted: Wastkiv. Four ounces 01 Irish Potato seed grown in Rockl fitln (iuntv will mv 2";. 00 ner ounce. Tin seed must be certified by the Del iqi8. for which Experiment oiution, ivo.xuikwm and warranted grown in r.c castle County. A G. LoVKU.. partmentot 'Agriculture at till For Salk: A good work marc Son 1. T?. Cummins or Mrs. Cluri Carmical. 'rii.Mr;"viu!wii.1 J Our Cfienfefe Grows! but - r A it m r Mt.-Vernon rt N successful att,orneyat Harlan.was hero during tho week on legal Ho was helping Geo. business. Clontz, who bought Harve Bowman's farm got matters straight- oned out. J. W. Hamilton, sometimes known as. Typewriter Hamilton, has been in town for the past month tuning pianos and selling tvuewriters. He seems to be a butTvhenitr "Juck ot all tuning a piano on Bellcomes to ing a typewriter, helis right there with tho goods. He knows his business. J. McKenzle Browh has recently been made Lieut. Colonel in tho British Army and every dication nolnts that ho will soon Prom tho hn made a Colonel. rank or a pi Ivato to Lieut. Colonel In less than four years, Is a re cord of which one can justly be proud. Ho Is now in Russia but writes his mother, Mrs. Cleo Brown that he expects to visit Mt. Vernon during tho summer -- besides her husband, parents, brothers and other relatives. The burial took place at East Bern stadt, Wednesday. Work is expected to start on the missing link of the Dixle- Boono Highway between Li.vings-toand the Laurel county line soon. There Is only about $05PO... 00 to be raised and 'that will probably be - put-u- p by this goes to press Plans and estimates have all been approved by State Highway Commissioner Rodman Wiley and arenow in tho bauds of the Federal Government, for approval. The" State and Government will stand three fourths and the people of this and other states have und will put the other one fourth in order to get a north and south route. open. n tho-tim- o Dry Cleaning and Dyeingr ' In business since 1836 PROMPT DELIVERIES Fletcher spent Sunday with her Mrs. John Clontz, of Mt. Vernon, spent several days with her sis ter, Mrs.. John Kitby here. Mrs Mike Marler was the guest of Mrs. John Marler Sunday. brother, Robert Marler. Come and get your Seed Oats. A sup and ply at both Stores Livingston -- at 9Q per Bu. The Teasda!e Co, 625;627 1, CASTOR Always bears the Signature of I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over SO Years OHIO &K Js&t ' mFums-tv. Xvtvvvvi $fc fK $ $ Jt US3sntv?ii3ap n ".rvTs1. 'tt'-r-- r of 1919. LOCAL 'Hf' -- v ". .. Get under a new Swann at Fish's. The uow ones are here. For Sale: -- One Oliver Type-writand a good heating stove. j. Fish & Son. er sotd at $25 rwr ounce 'amounts to $i2,8oo per bushel. See ad In this paper, loSeeds gathered from various valuablo from calities of'.en prove which new varletTfes are produced and ure found to be better adapt present. ed to tbo soils of some particular Att S. F. Bowman, 0. locality or.cotnmunity Potatob ORDERS. (Rockcastle Fiscal Court ) Call Terra, Februaty isa 1O19. Resolution: Whereas it is ordered that in the ovont that the 20 cents road tax is voted at the election to be held on the the 15 day of March, 1919. in Rockcastle. County, then tho amount said tax will be prorated and used In and according size of each Magisterial district. It is further resolved: That in case the said 20 cents road tax is voted or carried the road tax which is levied and now in forco shall bo omitted from the levy of 1910,, that the future rato of taxation upon the $loo.oo shall be the , same as at to-th- o t Doctor rs Reared Her Family VFKi c y MT'Trite'A v.e: matj:-?iiWliy WITH rj .r y r Mbt - SIMPLE HOME REMEDY Have you bought your Field Seeds? I have a complete line Gold Medal, Best """ quality "Seeds." Get my "prices. 25 lb. Dont forget that I sell you per Bag. Bag Full Weight Meal at If you want Portland Cement I have 'a car at Mt. Vernon now. When you want anything 111 Feed I have- it. 9 - wtAwtscwy As American Mttber BcaU Thea All x&tyvMfoisJ There are few families in which tho mr rUe) a R-- C. family of eight Is tier storyi remarkable. Thousands of families re larger. The history of the Koch family la unique In that the, mother, with all her lovlnir care, pinned ner,. faith lo a simple home remedy und never lia.l a doctor for her children. Here Is what she says: "I'ewoa has done my children good. I huvo a family of eight and never had a doctor, only your' medicine. We all think Peruna a splendid tonic.'' Bo far us we have learned, Po rum Is the only known remedy for J which such a wonderful claim cun be mnde. I.Ike Mrs. Kocli. there are thousands upon thousands of mothers who place their entire upon Peruna. That Peruna has merited this ccnudenoe. U Attested by Um word record of Mrs. Gustave Koch, Box 24, Kewick, Keokuk. County, Iowa, has been surpassed. Not in the 'fact that she from auch mothers as Mrs. dustave Koch. Lonp life to her! Peruna Is Indicated for coughs, jcolds, catarrh of the head, nose and throat, or ills- order of the stomach. Dowels or other organs due to catarrhal In flammation of the mucous linings. If you are sick and suffering, write the Peruna Company, Dept. 's Columbus, Ohio, for Or. Health Book. It Is free and you may find that Peruna Is what you need. Dr. Hart man's World Famous Peruna Tonic comes In either liquid or tablet form. Ask your dealer. If you are seeking health, do not accept "something just as good." Insist upon Peruna. Your dealer will give you a, Peruna Al- Hart-man- J. W. Ri IVIt.Vernon Phone 66 1 1 Livingston Phone 33 . . "? L -- -" ' '' -- . V;,A .ag, i m M?tt2ixsj?hl.ri rTr i yMUSffiitt tvgfn ,.., t?- (L.!.LJ- - uji.A iRNITURE Wds Feather H .$. -. ij ..Hi: (i rt n iv VI rf W(H s'' ! H b Bl H LH 'AB 'b hH ' KH? r H (. .; ! Hi Hi Hit BIhT 'H)h HhI wJ Hi Vj II H vw 01 HJ PV Hh B HJ HJ HJ H HHap Hi hi HbI H Hi Hh hhI H hjh HI 1 HH fl Newly EIANOS lheCreal"Wmlitzer"fi"KinRston" (JplS1 -- FURNITURE is a big word mid covers a lot of territory. Some can be found in most stores labelled STORE.'' Somo years ago a kitchen safe a step stove, a few cane bottom chairs, a box. a bed, 4 slats and a bunch of straw', and life wns launched upon," Yes, and but a few centuries ago and our beloved ancestors hold their tea parties and had their maiu offices in caves. Thanks to civilization, for today we have been priviledged to see; study, read, learn, and above all. think, and tho result gives us the y4arcHjtftr4lv-liighetl-tlmgs-iH-life; ul:1ra"t6iTgirigcair be fully satisfied at our wonderful. Furniture Ifcfv&rtvueut. A visit through it will prove it to. your entire satisfaction, You should see the wonderful construction and hear tho sweet tones to appreciate our wonderful line of Pianos. Sold under absolute guaTanteo of satisfaction. DncPricc To AH,andYour "Money s WorUT (Welch's Furniture Department. "BRENLIN" Wall the best in Stands for Paper Rugs Once you see Dishes We have the only ive CHINA Department in Madison County. Spring is here and you ueed a new room. our wonder-- ' Pictures "Brighten the corner where yoir are." Gcdar Chests A beautiful hope chest is essential to the happiness of 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. (Welch's Window Shades (Welch's Furniture Dopt.) Let us change its looks with our papers. !Bed Room Smfs Old Ivory-Genuin- e Diningr Rooms Wi i a m and Mary 11 fal asortment of Rugs you will always think of us when you need a Rug. It is a genuine pleasure to pick your Rug from as many patterns as wo carry. (Wolch's Fur. Department Is there ony wonder'why v we sell all the dishes. We got 'em Tlie kind that fits in anywhere, real, and attractive. (Welch's Furniture Department) Furniture Department ) ' Beautiful patterns and many of them. (Welch's China Department.) Ranges MAJESTIC and FAVORITE We carry 'the largest assortment of stoves in Central Kentucky. Oil Stoves Walnut Golden Oak Chippendale Hoosier Kitchen Gabinets"Victrolas'rWhite Sewing Machines Our Karpen upholstered Davenports in fact the choice selections of the country; -- Are an absolute necessity during hot months. Come and look where you cau choose from fiO different Stoves Rich Mahogany All iu stock and- on one Hoor. You can.always find what Queen Anne Louis XIV Simmons Beds and Springs No matter what you want in Oak, Walnut and Mahogany you want. $25. TO $300. House Furnishings you can find it in this department. The first time you are in town make our ptore your headquarters and allow us to be your host for atleast a little while. It will be agenuine pleasure to serve you. Get That It will pay you to conic and look through our . line. Oil Stove At Welch's "EYE OPENERS" for the Men Folks Wire Fence 2500 rods of No. 9 top and bottom 4 ft. Seed Oats Our " 55C- - Second Car goes Tobacco Canvas We have h In stock now. Get tbo best; it will last two Buggies PHOENIX means someto the man who cares thing Wagons OLD HICKORY . WE GET DOLLY VARDEN Harness Department ""WVqhll'your speciaF at tention to our Harness ami SHOE Department, Hero we make or repair all kinds of Harness or Shoes. Our electric machinery and our .expert workmen will please you and smooth out all your little troubles. (Welch's Repair Department.) and at" uIL i WEBER 2( 3 in. '"" Per Rod No. 10 top and bottom at years and.give better satisfaction. Our Spring Line in, complete with bed and seat, only nuui Evory Week at Wolch's Of courso its fresh and . of Buggies now in. 45C Per Rod Phono us your requirements v Per Bushel Best Grade $120. complete with bed and seat, only White Seed'Oats (Welch's Soed Department ) Best Grade, per yard " Good " " " Cheap 8c 7cN bettor and only 5c ) Come early and get your choice. (Welch's Buggy Dept.) $125. Over ioo wagonsnow'iu stock (Welches Vehicle Dept.) $1 .45 PER BAG (Welch's Hardware Dopt.) aVolclj's Dry Goods Dopt WELCHS DEPARTMENT STORE BEREA "Kgtucky's Greatest Store Us' your phone and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE tr tf AwJ 91 IW ... KT