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VERNON, ceive all this help. 3Ir" erniiti COUNTY, KY.f FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1919 x3?!lOKl2B ESTABLISHFD 7 1887 - VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE NUMBER 23 just a little, the state pay. 75 per cent and the county 25 per ROADS-- P. cent, now with this taxable prop BECAUSE OF THE H. SHUTT S SPEAKS erty in the same proportion as it FOR THE was when I left your county, TAX the incorporations doing business in the county, (the railroads, the Danville, Ind ,Feb. 24, I9I9. four banks, telegraph and te!e Editor Mt. Vernon Signal, phone companies) will pay 50 par Mt Vernon, Ky. cent of the counties part leaving Dear Edgar: only. 12 cents to each dollar I am enclosing a $2 00 check spent in the county for the peo which you will place to my credit. pie to pay and you get it all, 100 We all welcome and enjoy the cents to the dollar. There is al Signal as it is like getting ajletter most enough men in the county from a friend and not put to that only pay a poll tax and the trouble of answering it. But would not have any of this tax if you will allow me a little space to paj', to make this proposition in your valuable paper I will carry and give them employment write a letter to my Rockcastle a good part of the year. Now if friends, making one letter do for big rich guy was to send all. For the first time in five some on March years that I have lived in Indiana you people word that say it is John D.)that have I been moved to write a 15th, (Just Mt. Vernon and public letter to my dear old( he would be in every $12 50 that each Rn if. lc that for frlonrlc anrl riQ1orJil-n-' everv voter would give him . of vital importance to you dear and that he would give them bad people I could not resist giving . Ndw a fair question my opinion on the subject of$TOOOGood Roads, and especially the How manv of Wu w0uld tr and voting of the 20c tax. I knew see him? You have the same proposition before you on March you had this subject up last ember to vote on but did not' x5th, but you don't have to go al even dream of it being voted the, way to Mt. Vernon, just go down, as they were assured by to yur voting places and vote the Fiscal Court that your tax ves- and vou havevit. rate would not be raised, and Now 1 want to tell you what that the State would pay 75 per 'we are doing here in Hendricks cent of it. And that it should Co., Ind. The noted old Nation take the place of the present Toad I al highway passes throug this levy, but to my great surprise it county for a distance of about 20 was voted down. Now dear peo- - miles. And to show you that pie, it was the condition of the is not only a good road but a roads in old Rockcastle and the dandy, I will tell you what took unwillingness of the people to place on this road detween In vote a bond on themselves to dianapolis and Terre Haute improve the highways as tbey There1 are t wo railroads ru nnin p claimed they were able to build paralel with the old National and maintain g)d ,roads,tba- - 1; road! On these railroads they left the County. Even, if their run through fast trains and tbey theory was right at that time, go over the ties some as fast as which I thought you were mis- you ever .saw an L. & N. train taken in, it .is not the case now, move. Two men in aa automo as you cannot afford not tore-biJ-e loaded with and bags to 20-CEN- LEFT ROCKCASTLE Lets figure K&mBl'z&BsSKS&PK r,.-- . lXE a2xz SAID THE TEACHER " SOME POET," said the little boy. 2XZH T "Who was WHttier" My Flour Is Some Flour Ki---Hx ?&. C L (mBS aP8g-Frr- i9HHr7tiff4RPir r ajflB H SI 40 PER BAG eT hfj, .'BBfBVBVSdHlBtKtBKiKBHr i5? a 3isi v MTH CHHEIV3. wo2siJi?sij&'SlllM Granulated Sugar 10 PER LB. - HON. HARVEY HELM at Columbus, Miss. hold - at his recently His remains were brought to Stanford and laid to rest Wednesday. acquired-plantatio- n Who died suddenly Monday W.F.Baker's Blue Front ? PENNINGTOH DENTIST WILI, BE IN Dr. M. K. BRODHEAD AX DR. Fri., March 7 CARTER'S OFFICE ForaWeek or Ten Days ! i ! 1 ) Produce Eggs Poultry, Hides A."-- i WE WANT YOUR Arid All ,r AStjouxrerj AL&i.iffSi u .":i : za . f j? ? w . - -- r6ciuce wiEk PAY- - .. V 1 s? 1 i Suite: kt: VSknon;- ky: V v : f4AWAAVMtt it to the ground, left Indian, A T Tr "p J ipolis the same time these fast K.D V trains did and the automobile arrived first in Terre Haute, the EXPRESSES HIS YIEWS OF THE MASS CONTENTION Big 4 train train stopping at 11 HELD IN MT.YERNON, I almost alone made an untiring-effor- t Greencastle one minute and the JFEBRUARY 3RD to hunt down Penn., not making any stop-a- t all. and moonshiners for which the So you see they had to "go some. Brodhead, Kentucky. whiskey element attempted to as- But the State and Nation offers to To The Mt. Vernon Signal, , . sasinate me, and one John Mul-lin- s. help improve this road and offers v a whiskey . man from Vir- to pay 50 per cent of the cost, Dear Editor: I see' where a Mass selling liquor in Acting jvasalled atrahecojityir.who"-was- . so ourcouajty officials, appropri ated $18000 00 to the mile, which house on the 3rd dav of Feb.iqig a bling tisrer shot me twice be t makes $5000 00 to our part. We in M',. Vernon, Ky. The pur- cause- - L issued papers against I believe in receiving gifts. If you pose of this meeting was to per- him, foi which he served a term fect an organization, adopt reso- in the state penitentiary. I refer had such roads I would not be writing this letter. If you get lutions and appoint Committees to these things to show how the scared at$l 30 tax to the $100.00 to fight, the whisky traffic and writer has stood and what I have I advise you not to come to Indi- hunt down boot leggers in tRock done in Rockcastle county for ana to live for there are two things castle County. At the meeting this righteous cause, when bootg was In we must do, pay taxes and die my own town was represented legging and by somejof our best citizens and full blast, and it was impossible And our tax rate was only $3.48 to the loo 00, and $3.00 poll tax preachers, and at this meeting to get such crowds as met at Mt. neighI would rather pay that much and ray fellow townsman and Vernon on the 3rd day of this offered a long resolution, month and put their names on ou r conveniences as to be bor have back in Rffckcastle and not have which was unanimously adopted, record to fight this damnable evil. & aud among the many things re- Now with this past experience, I good roads. "Be want to say to all these good peo solved were the following As long as I live I intend to resolved that we use our in ple that met at the Court come back to see- - my old friends it up pup'.ic sen- House and did so much talking, every 2 or 5 3 ears and that is all fluence to, build timent and arouse the people to and resolved so many good things 1 ever expect to be benefitted by 2 of their duty,' and make that you will find it all to be you voting this tax. But if you a sense sentiment so strong that It' bosh, unless you can inject into 13 can't see your way clear and vote this any one impossible for we have not it down again I will come just will.be this law without being it something-tha- t to violate had in the past. I want to now the same even if I have to walk apprehended and suggest two very Important char 85 through the fields from house to immediately punished; and that we be dilli acteristics that we must have in house. gent-an- d co operative to such order to make your resolves a My dear friends this time last an extent that no one can be. un success. In the first place you year you might have had a more of der the. influence of whiskey or must get your Court to appoint . serious question- to he settled, any intoxicating liquor in inis .t that of winning the World War, county without being punished a jury commission that will abso 1 but this one, to be serious, is al- therefor to the .full extent of the lutely'refnse to select any man most an equal. What is a coun- law. BeiWurther resolved that on either the grand or trial jury, try without good roads, schools, we denounce gambling; the con- who is in sympathy .with thn raiser points The live-sto- ck whiskey traffiu. No man ought churches and good . stock ? If cealed deadly weapon practice I to be selected as a juror because to rising costs ofraisinglive stock. you have good roads the other condemn of something he had done to heip I and do we especially three will soon follow. So you perjury and false swearing pre reminds us that higher Labor Bui that are in favor of this great op valent in. this community, and some other one in office, or bein hand wages must go hand portunity get out and inform we promise to be active in the cause of anything outsfde of good If you can get. a your less fortunate brother, and prosecution of these and all citizen-shiI with the new cost of living. is not contaminated jury that nil 'i make it unanimous in receiving other infractions of the law. to with liquor, you will have a good No one, this great gift So good people, the end thai Rockcastle counmill "to build upon. responsible. No one, apparently, don't leave a stone unturned that ty may become better and more foundation lit The neri thing I suggest is to will assist in making this a sucis benefited by higher 'prices and secure place in which to live." get all the attorneys in our councess. If my coming back and They went further and said, to higher income. helping in this campaign would represent the Civil League, a part ty' to join this league and absolutely refuse ta defend any change the line in its favor I are all living on a high-pric- ed of the Council of Defense, of whiskey man. If you can do would gladly pay my way and scale. One- - trouble is, Rockcastle County after due con- this, you have the battle won.. It be Johnny on the spot. sideration have appointed th& is not enough, for our attorneys! that the number of dollars has How one more word to those following men to carryout the tosay they, are against this bootl in favor of good roads, (In the multiplied faster than the quancitizens part of Resolution No. 5 legging business and then turn words of D. Ramfeey.) J'lf at first adopted tity of goods; so that each dollar at this Mass Meetings around and defend them in this you don't succeed, keep a suckThey went further and appointed can take the buys less than formerly. ing till you do succeed." Now five men in each voting precinct. hellish practice. they have been setrial juiors-awith friendship and good wishes These men were appointed and lected heretofore " with a few 10 all, aBkedHtojnieeri.Mf.JVeHWixrQir whiskey sympathizers among I am yours truly,,., Saturday .the iagfefof-Febrtfarfhenr.to selects from, and' ..turn P. Hr Shutts. i9i9, at .xmetotifek: p.t nw,an'd over to-- (Xt VYilliams, Judge 2 when the, time came;to meetfnot wJrBethurum, J. W. Brown, and ' a,man could be foundto repre- - othere that' I might name, and THE BEST LYXATIVE. sect"--, Brodhead piecinct. Here with their,knpwledge of thefpeo-pl- e " necessitated 'the use of an occas- - the thing 'stopped Now Mr, of this county and with this mural jury to; select from," they K'jgSy!1 r Ibave tried many but found nothing "better than readers of ourpAp'ftr KocJc-castl- e can acquit, or have a hund jury Coaty," who knowV the in nin out of every ten cases. Chamberlainis1 Tablets:'' 'writes writer, -- kjoffe .that' I hAMjbeen, To illustrate, I will refer to'a i ; wm-'F.J: pixels, Hifdw'ick, : : an earnest-advocat- e of Vt.M.,DBwls is proprietor of case in my own town, Aj?oun dkturbedthe town one Sunday had a few frientfsthat bad samJ. fortyVyers7M-Brfn- g man who 'had been in the habit aftern.ooH. "A 'number of good mone3 end theysaTd. geta "good Uh Hardwici' Inn, oe of the order, for PHJ ears in official life-- - a of getting drunk land acting in a men said-Jhetwelve del hotelslof NeCEnglaad, would seo that'he" lawyer and beat'th cas3. He magistrate ia tiviniafemdiitfktf, 4lMfc uu. - was coaviuuja iw ms xciuue, ue (Contlntied oaiaat "m1 av" al , Jf rjT l irlJ.JZi JUST OPPOSITE THE Store HOUSE COURT V boot-legge- rs "A Who - blind-tigerin- -- - " meat prices are too high. Your retailer says he has to pay higher prices to the packers. Swift Company prove that out of every dollar the retailer pays to the packers for meatj cents is for packers' profit, cents is for operating cents expenses, and goes to the stock raiser; and that the prices live stock and rrieat move up and down together. isrh Prices? You feel that retail p. ! ! apparently, is 1 1 I'l'i We 5 I s ! y: Swifti&c:Company, T2S. A ; JScl-itofrVw- tQa-yithatiaiith- e r iinid J -- ITL z . - . -- . - A -- tf " r f J. .. -1 fr- - -- , tf'J -v- UtfkvIv .V- - :r. )fiiiim:-rgaAaMarirtli- ri -- ingaaaagiaa will Mfit Brodhead, send int' her body the Mctlure, attorneys, and was ac- - whiskey. He swore off Marshall paign, would be from Mt Vernon or Livingston, and DeRord and the jury was sumbreath of life. We must not let quitted. sell-Himoned bv T. A Jones. Coroner. this might make the impression John Angle, charged with peopl6 move away, but reach out They were composed cf M.C Sow that the towns were especially ing whiskey did not answer and get others to come in. proposition There are great possibilities bond was forfeited and he was der. K. L. Langford. J. H. Bul- interested in the tax carrying, and cause some country in this town and county if our fined $60 and ten days in jail, He lock, G. B Cotton, William Wal was not to people but wake up and bestir was liter arrested and is now lin, George D. Pitman. After his people to believe it acquittal the package of whiskey their bett interest to vote in favor themselves. The town that does serving his sentence. Bill McKinney was charged was turned over to him. He was of this tax, when in point of fact, not have public improvements back. A with selling whiskey, tried by a represented by Atty. C. C. Wil the people in the country would going on is going receive more benefit from road town is exactly like an individu- jury, given ten days in jail and Hams. a improvements than the citizens of by al, it either advances or gets fined $60. He was not represen - Frank Mullins was tried whis- the town. The men who use jury on a charge of having ed by any attorney. worse. of sale and teams in hauling merchandise Tomps Howard, charged with 'key for the purpose Citizens, wh t is old Mount . . I 1 was acquired sellino-whisketie was louna not I irom aepois, naming lumner, ue., was tried bv a Vernon doing? Is she growinyr SU1UI as fast as she ought to, and if jury, fined $6a and "iven ten l0 naVe .naCl any whisKey i in .1nis cord wood, etc , to snippin q nmnlc , . wnen apprenenueo and men who haul coat are the - possession not, why not? Think it over days in jail. He was not reme- i rt-- : mm vvao vv 11 tUUL lntJJUiy tu.i bllCU 1,: mc nr:i men who directly receive most sented by any attorney. seriously. jliam DeBord, J. C. Rymal, J S. benefit from good roads. The IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Meece. Tohn French, C. C. Jones IfarmeralsOjis materially benefited 'and Walter Miller. He was de- by any improvements in the road H. J. McClure was tried and fended by C. C. Williams. ng between his house and the market fined $60 and twenty days in jail On the night that Dooley Child- church or school. All of these A motion was made for a new ress was arrested there was a trial which was overruled by the package of whiskey found by people live in the country, and it appears to us that it would be an C Curt, and then his attorneys Wa(Je L! and p D DeBord imposition on these citizens (to gave notice of an appeal to the' .. . . ueai uue uepui and was said to ask tbem to come ont and hear of Appeals on the grounds Court contain 17 quarts. This whiskev a which is EDITED BY that the charges in the indict- was not claimed by am one and speaking on quest'on THIS COLUMN IS of first importance to them from THE COMMITTEE TO HELP ment were not the charges prov- no satisfactory explanation has a business standpoint as well as SUPPRESS THE SALE OP en, and there was a variation in been made by the court as to what the general upbuilding of the WHISKEY, AND THIS PA- pleading and proof, and not hav- disposition was made of same. county, so for this reason, it has PER IS IN NO WAY RESPON ing time to get up the bill of exThe jury in the Frank Mullins been decided not to put on any S1BLE FOR ANY REPORT IN ceptions at this term of Court, re- case is only quoted from memory campaign asking people to vote quested t me until the next term THIS COLUMN. of the court. in favor of this issue, but leave it to prepare the bill of exceptions, up to their belter judgment, and Since February 21, the follow- which the Court propetly grant ask them to investigate the proing cases have been tried in the ed, McClure having filled bond. forth under the position as County Court: This case known as the "Hob late law and if the people from George Fredericks, whx was Case" will take its regular course the country vote it down and apprehended between Brodhead through the higher courts. Judge fail to get the benefit of the State and Mt Vernon with a quantity L. W. Bethnrum defended him aid and improvement on the roads of whiskev in his possession. He before the jury. has been suggested by sev in every section of the County, It pleaded guilty to the charge of James JJenney was tried on a having a'quantity of whiskey in charge of selling whiskey and ac- eral people that some speakers the people of the town will be his possession for sale and was quitted by the jury. He was de- should go out over the County satisfied with this decision, and fined 60 and ten days in jail. fended by Judge L. W. Bethurum snd make speeches in favor of cau most assuredly put up with Nath Doan and Wyatte Allen the 20 cent road tax that is to be ; bad roads if the country people The whiskey was confiscated and is now in possession of the Coun- were each fined $60 and ten days voted on Saturday, March 15th. can, but reports from all parts of ty Court. in jail. These, men were both re- After talking over the matter the County ir.dcte that the best February 22nd, Art McDaniel leased from jail before the expira- with several people who are in- citizens and those who underwas tried by a jury composed of tion of the twenty days No sat- terested in this proposition car- stand the provisions of the la-- are expressing themselves as Mitchell Norton, Pete Lear, JacK isfactory explanation has been rying, we have reached the con Norton, Jr., Joe McKenzie, Har- made as to their release, as we elusion that the proposition is so heartily in favor of this issue vey Berry, William Livesay, Jr., understand the Governor has in plain, it is not necessary to go carrying, and we predict that on a charge of selling whiskey every instance failed and refused out and appeal to the people to should the election come today, it He was Represented bv T. J. Nice- - to pardon a man charged with support this measure. It is just woulcl carry by a big majority. simply a matter of deciding by ley and H. . McClure and ac Violating the whiskey law. A TIMELY SUGGESTION, your vote whether you will accept quitted. I Tho PnVtro Cnttrt nf Mr Vornrtn I The next time you have a State aid. or refuse to accept it, . Nath McDaniel was tried by a couh or cold tty Chamberlain's jury composed of Z Emerick, TDooley Childress was tried on a and by accepting such aid, you Coigh" Ketneby. It is pleasant Ambrose Sexton, Press Frailick, charge of having whiskey in"" bis will not incraase your tax one to take and you are sure to be dollars ullins- - Guard Hansell possession for sale and acquitted. cent on the hundred G. W. pi ased'with the rehetvhich if He had been arrested by' Wade "worth of property. and Walk Prewitt, on a charge of affords. This remedy has a Most of the speakers who could selliug whiskey. He was repre- Livesay and P D. DeBord, having wi e reputation for its cures of sented by T. J Niceley and H. J. in his possession 22 quirts of be indue )d to go out in this cam- - cjujjhs and colds. s he staKed his political future on nouuccd and not denied that the Eli is to manage the in ivisonal judgment and 'set afoie-at- d his fncjlikea flint" to go to what campaign of Judge John D. Car Friday, Mar 7, 1919 seemed noc unlikely to be his roll for Go ernor. Nuf sed ! crucifixion. Judge I'rrroll is the learned Publishtd every Friday by Arriving at the "fielJ of honor," Chief Justice of the Court of EDGAR S. ALBRIGL 7. he was met with suspicion of hs Appeals, but great judges have motives. While the multitudes nc er been successful candidates $I.O SUBSCRIPTION OVK VKAV greeted him with wild applause. or m do wic executives. There weap jr si was Judge Alton B Parker, Advertising rates maue knoivn on their leaders held their from the Supreme of criticism behind their baci.s i sna .)k-application to knife him if he tried to di Court from the State of .New late or deceive His first, pi r York, and nomii.ated by the MEMBER OP for President, but KENTUCKY PRES S SSOCI A TION haps his greatest, triumph v:i democrats disarming this suspicion witl a Roosevelt beat him to a frazzle-Ho-n William Howard Tafb, the smile and vi h a spiritual sircc r ity and serenity that could no: great Federal Judge, ran last in the race for President against be resisted. And then began that mighty Theodore Roosevelt and Wood-roW ilson. Then came Charles struggle with the judgments and the wills of the giants of the Evans Hughes, nominated for ANNOUNCEMENTS political world Lloyd Geoige. President while a member of We are authorized to announce Clemenceau and the innumerable the Supreme Court of the United HON. E. BULLOCK as a cad Id ate for Representative from representatives of the European States. He reigned the day he the Seventieth Legislative district, com- Powers. Having won their con was nominated and immediately posed of Rockcastle and Laurel counfideucv by use of every weapon began his campaign for President ties, subject to the action of the Repubonly to end in defeat. Judge lican party at its primary election on ever uud in such a struggle, Ed O'Rear, of our own Common he ft' led the obstacles which Augubt2, 1919. wealth, was nominated for Gov- divided the nations like mountain banirr--- . The conflicting inter- ernor while a Judge of the Court A GOOD FIGHTER. he of Appeals. He ran, All decent men, and even wom- ests uhiclr had to be harmonized, to lose the Governorship. en, admire a noble and courage- the j dlousies which had to be only The selection of Eli Brown to ous fighter, whether on the field aliased, the animosities which had to be pacified, where such manage his campaign should be of battle, in the business arena, on the floor of public debate or as never confronted the souls of enough to defeat Judge Carroll, but his judicial position and his in the subtle duels of the council men :n all the world before. And yet, so far as we can reputation as a great judge will chamber. also contribute to his defeat for Whatever opinion any one may learn, the valiant warrior never the democratic nomination. have of the character, talents or lowered his sword nor trailed temperaments ot Wood row Wil- his banner in the dust. Serene. At pressnt Kentucky has only son, no open minded observer invincible and impertmable, he one United States Senator and thrust and parried his name is J. C. W. Beckham. can deny that he has put up a cut and glorious fight against what have until his enemies laid down their Last November, the voters of the seemed insuperable obstacles and weapons and the obstacles to state elected A. O. Stanley for invincible enemies in his efforts his endeavors vanished. the term beginning last Tuesday, It was a great fight and a Mxrch 4th. For some reason, to promote a League of Nations. As an exhibition of determined glorious victory, but a sterner not yet explained by him, he did purpose,, ol indomitable cou.age. test of the warrior's skill and not take his seat, as required by of the skillful use of weapons, of courage awaits him here at law. Had Stanley done as directed by the people, Lieutenant Govanindurance that has no limita--1 home- - Cincinnati Enquirer, ' ernor Black would now be Govertions, the fight which this man of nor. Did Stanley deliberately re r The dsl-- of the T7 u F UlllliaUC jand political trickster has gone. fuse to qualify as Senator to uuaavcia Ub u.,. iu and as fascinating- as the contest No longer will the official fixer keep Black out of the Governor's between David and Goliath. VP TtiP HnCQOC trw chair? Yet we know four "years Archilles and Hector. Napoleon reVenue ony are to be driven off ago Stanley grasped Black's hand uo me uuKe 01 Wellington, or the political field. The candidate and sdd to him that he, Black, even Marshal Foch and General who mixes with such should be had elected htm Governor. Hindenburg. overwhelmingly repudiated. Listen citizus, listtn ! Mount In the first place, he had to There stands Eli, get there Vernon seems not only to be encounter the opposition ot his Eli, Stanley's favo.ite attorney sleeping, but appears absoluteown constituenc7, even to, his anj side- - counsellor, the Rt. Hon. ly lifeless. is sadly in need going to the field of battle, but Eli Brown. It has been an- - of some one It or more who can and -- Mt; Vernon Signal u -- j j .. . ... 1 A. ... 4.- -1 1 I w 1 Anti-BooUeggi- ommitiee ran,-yes,- COUNCIL OF NATIONAL s-- DEFENSE f wire-pulle- 11 I v 1 - I tolpr-RtPrl-. I r mm FEED Sell all your home grown Potatoes and buy your Potatoes at Eating Potato prices from me. I have Seven different varieties of Government Inspected Seed Potatoes that I can sell you at the right pride. By changing nm B TO THE MTiTOES Sed your stock and starting new, you can get better potatoes this year. Place Your, Order Early Before This Car Is Sold Out Now is th time to buy your and I have the best that can be had. When you want Feed for vour Stock I have it rand the price can't be beat Hay, Corn, Oats, Horse and Mule Feed, Ship Stuff, etc. Flour m I Field. Seeds is I carry a complete line of Best Quality BEST SEED OATS AT EITHER OF MY STORES H CAN FILL YOUR ORDERS FOR When You Beat My Prices You Don't Get Quality VLt. Vernon Phone 55 yT . . Phone 33 i. mr V r' jr.. f .". ..- - , f V . ,, . vv - .. . - , C'5 -- " rV f'fwy:'-'4 . : j - v; "s5MssMar5 r1 -- ' '' ; MT. VERNON SIGNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919. actually increased since, the armistice. "As for work among the French peoBED ple, now that hostilities have ceased, the French themselves naturally prefer as far as possible .to provide for their own. It has accordingly been determined that the guiding principle of Red Cross policy In France henceforth War Council on Retirement An- - shall be to have punctilious regard to Its every responsibility, but to direct nouncas Cash trfj Supplies Its efforts primarily to assisting French relief societies. The liberated Contributed. and devastated regions of France have-beedivided by the government Into assigned A'ORKESS WILL "CARRY OH." small districts, ito; a designated French relief organi V YOU fSSk should'know Ivfc OBOES GIFTS 2S nrzirxs . .srr-yy- . .. A .- -: '. -- srr - t V? ' TTIH11 I fSlk 14 fiXIPiir a a ifiia i ci ij p i g OF $40000,000 ANK KY. LIVINGSTON, "Build 'pHE - A Home First" each-offlclal- lv zation. slogan for the last two years has been "Win theWar.- -' We Have accomplished that, and the slogan now is, " Build a Home," -- Capital Fifteen Thousand Dollars Thousand Dollars Deposits Fifty-on- e Thousand Dollars Loans Thirty-Tw- o No money loaned to officers or Directors (with other officers or Director as surity). Made more than all expenses First Six Months. Has the only Safe Deposit Box Safe in county. Has Two Mosler Burglar and Fire Proof Safes, With 5 Yale Time Locks. ive Big Goclctlcs In World Wide Plan. H. P. Daviton Heajs International Aitricai! llci Cress Commisaion. Dr. Livingston Farrand Permanent cf Peace Organization. Lc.-:Jc- r V;;siiii n.ri.-CVa'i- -i::!.) Henry P. ALWAYS GOT MONEY TO LOAN FIRST STATE BANK NOT TWO YEARS OLD YET st ';ivlscm iib.ii:ufnii:in issues the follow-:it- : siutt'HU'iit on l)eli:ilf of the War Ked Cross: ' uiicil of hi .'o tli Amoncan I'eople: Th" Wnr Council of the American Cod Cross itp;)o!nteil by President Wiljii .n liny 10. 1917, to carry on the vork of .Hi- - Aiiur!itin- lied Cross dur rg lit; war, ni their rotjuesf and b ote of the Pin'-n- l Coiumittee, cease. 1 - "The American "Red Cross work in France was initiated by a commissionof eighteen men who landed on French shores June 13, 1017. Since then some 9,000 persons have been upon the rolls In France, of whom 7,000 were actively engaged when the armistice'' was signed. An Indication of the present scale of the work will be obtained from the fact that the services of 6,000 persons are still required. "Our American Expeditionary Force having largely evacuated England, the activities of the ,Red Cross Commission there are naturally upon a diminishing scale period. Active operations are still In progress in Archangel and Siberia. The human heart has no affection more enduring than the love of home. No normal human being knows the full meas ure of contentment until he becomes a dweller within a comfortable home of his very own. "are-comin- s 51 The boys who have borne the blunt of tje war's hardships back with a now and deeper love forborne. If the question were put to them they would answar unani' mously, ' Build a Home First." am endeavoriug to make my office the center for reliable advice in building and repairing. Come in and see me My experience and best judgment is at your service Remember, I have a very complete line of building material in slock, and am able by buying in car load lots to make you money saving prices. I i1 1 U will educate you financiafly by de I veloping traits that will insure success, comfort 'and Stop T and begins ing HE fir st move in a winning battle of life Is made when sav- It it lflk g happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence an account with us today and stick to it. tile armistice wat sijaied tin- 'Viir Council institutet" studies to determine when the strict y war work of the organization. voulfl ave been sufHciently matured to en .hie the direciion of affairs to he re sunied by the permanent stuff. Ilenr: P. Davison, being In Paris when th armistice was signed, summoned : conference there of the heads of a" the Ked Cross Commissions in Europ to canvass the situation. After coi slderinp all the factors it was coi luded to make the transition o: March 1. The very fortunate chole f Dr. Livingston Farrand as the iip hairm'an of the Central Commlttet .tnd thereby the permanent chief ex ecutlve of the Red Cross, makes poss' tile the consummation of this plan un der the most favorahle condition! Accounts Audited by War Department "Detailed reports to Congress and r .omplete audit of its accounts by tin War Department will constitute tft final record of Ked Cross activity dur mg the war. Although It has beei the rule to make public all expend, tures when nuthorhied and to give de tailed Information relative to all wor' undertaken, the War Council In turn ing over Its 'responsibilities to Dr. Far rand and his associates desire to glvt ti brief resume of Red Cross war tim activities to the American people, t whom the Red Cross belong, and whose generous contributions havejnade pos sible all that has been accomplished "Inunodlately - niidnlal, 25. "The work "In Italy has been almost entirely on behalf of the civilian population of that country. In the critical hours of Italy's struggle the American people, through their Red Cross, sent a practical message of' sympathy and relief, for which the government and people of Italy have never ceased to express their gratitude, supplies and Personnel to Near East "The occasion for such concentra Italy, England, Be' Fiance having nntut tily and normally diminished. It lit qov. possible to divert supplies nr lersonnel in large measure to the al f those people In the Near East wl "lave hitherto been InacoessiUe to on ide assistance, but whose sufferln 'iave been upon an appalling seal The needs of these peoples are so v:i that government alone can moot tlsor Hit the Ameii.-a- n Red Cross is inakli in"' effort to relieve Immediately ti ion of effort In lum and oven in move-acut-e have just received a car, If you need wood fiber plaster Qr Portland Cement, I, .- S. T. PROCTOR W - Q I l IHE High standard this bank has set for itself in the con duct of. its business is a protection v'to-itdepositors in every emergency and under all circumstances, distress. Bank of Mt. Vernon USE White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants. Made from selecte'd Red Winter A trial will convince you Satisfac. tion guaranteed or money back Made Only by Crab Orchard Milling Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. months the American people have given In cash and supplies to the American Red Cross more than $400, 000,000. No value can be placed upon the contributions of service which have been given without stint and of tentlrues at gceat sacriticcby millions-oour people. "The effort' of the American Red Cross In this war has constituted bj far the largest voluntnry gifts of money, of hand and heart, ever con trlbuted purely for the relief of human suffering. Through the Red Cross he heart and spirit of the whob Vmerlcan people have been mobilized o take care of our own, to relieve the' misery incident to the war, and also 'o reveal to the world the supreme ideals of our national life. "Everyone who hashad any part in this war effort of the Red Cross Is entitled to congratulate himself. No thanks from anybne could be equal in value to the self satisfaction everyone should feel for the part taken. Fully 8,000,000 American women .have exerted themselves in Red Cross service. Has Over 17,000,000 Adult Members. "When we. entered the war the Americnn Red Cross had about 500,000 members. Today, as the result of the recent Christmas membership Roll Call, there are upwards of 17,000,000 full paid members outside of the members of the junior Red Cross, numbering perhaps 9,000,000 school children f . "During the past nearly twenty-on- e - The Normal Department izzzn: Is v OF THE - Mt Vernon Graded and High School Now In Session ' .'"' All the subjects embraced in the Common Special School Curriculum are offered. work "will be given in Agriculture and Faru's s4The Science and Art of. Teaching" Students may enter at ny time. Tuition Review Course, $3,C0 a High School additional. "The chief effort of the Red Cross during the war has been to care for our men in service and to aid our army and navy wherever the Red Cross may be .called on to assist As to this phase of the work Surgeon General Ireland of the IT. S. Army recently said: 'The Red Cross has been an enterprise as vast as the war Itself. From the. beginning it has done those things which the Army Medical Corps wanted done, but could not do Itself.' "The Red Cross endeavor in France has naturally been upon an,exception-all- y large scale where service has been rendered to the American Army and to the French Army and the French people as well, the latter particularly during the trying period when the Allied World wtls waiting for the American Army to arise in Hospital emergency . force and power. service for our army in France has greatly diminished, but the Red "Cross is still being called upon for service upon, a large scale in the great base hospitals, where thousands of American sick and wounded are still receiving attention. At these hospitals the Red Cross supplies huts and 'facilities for the amusement and recreation .of the men as they become convalescent 'Our Army of Occupation in Germany was followed with Medical units prepared to render the .same emergency aid and supply service which was the primary business of the'Red Cross during hostilities. The Army Canteea service- along the lines of travel --- -- "An extensive pviup of America workers has been dispatched to cur 'tally needed supplies, and to wo... his wjptor In the various Balkan coi', ries. In order to their a . ivities, a Balkan commission has be. stabllslied, with headquarters Ifnly, from which point aloi til the Balkan centers can be rendu romptly. "A commission has Just reached I and with doctors and nurses, meili'- supplies, and food for sick chlldri and lnvnlids. An American Ked Pros 'otnihlsslon lias also been iippo'iit o aid in relieving the suffering f It inn prisoners still confined In Germu irison camps. "An important commission Is stl' working In 'Palestine. Through il war special has lice dven to the Armenian and Syrian I. def Commission, which was the on agency able to ca'rry" relief in the Ir erior of Turkish dominions. Red Cross Will Continue.. "Red Cross effort Is thus far fiun It will continue to be so. But t It movement represented by this worr has likewise assumed an Intimate plac in the daily life .of our'people at home The army of workers which has beei recruited and trained during the wn .r.ist not be demobilized. All our ex perlence In the war shows clearly tha here Is an unlimited field for servic f the kind, which ran he Krfon:iet. with peculiar effectiveness by the Ked Cross. What Its future tasks may U V It Is yet impossible to. forecast. 'snow that so long as there Is an Ame !cnn nrmv In the fipld (Iip Iloil fVn- will have a special Cunctlon to perfci'.n j "Nothing could be of greater inipor ance to the American Red Cross thai the plans Just set in motion by the fivt sreat Red CJross societies of the world; to develop a program of extended nc tlvities In the Interest of humanity The conception Involves not alone ef forts to relieve human suffering, bu-tprevent It; not alone a movemen by the people of an Individual natio; but an attempt to arouse all p optc a sense of their responsibility for tl welfare of their fellow beings thrmigl. out the world It Is a program bo. I Ideal and practical. Meal lit that iu supreme aim Is nothing less than ver Itable "Peace on earth good will t nien, and practical In that It seeks tt take means and measures which are actually available and make them ef fectlve In meeting without delay the crisis which Is daily recurrent in the. Uvea of nil peoples. "For accomplishing its mission li the" years of peace, which must of us the' Red Cross will requirt the- - ablest possible leadership,- and must'pnjov the continued support, syni pathy, and participation In Its work of the; whole American people. It L' particularly fortunate that such a nj.an as Dr. Livingston Farrand should have been selected as the.'pernmnent head of the organize ti$n. ' The unstinted fashion In wMeh. all our "people gave of themselves throughout the war Is: that our Red 'Cross will continue to receive that whlch-jril- l make',its work a source-jo- t .prige .and insplratlira to every American.' - . Tifr. Davison, as chairman of. the International Commission Cf .the American Red Cross, has undertaken to rer resent the Amerlcaaed Cross in the ; o T s i 1 - The spirit of this institution r i li . is one of helpfulness. r .- I We should like to number you amoung our patrons. - -- " PEOPLES BANK ! '" fl T ce3oo3e3oc??'t?? l'4ttaaaAAaaaaaaaaaaa' your . tttattftoatattifttttettetttacowBotii;;;;-- : TTSVSIIBSSISSSSjSSSSSSASBSSSSSSSSSaSSSISSIIIIIStSOSVw-w- Call and see us before buying I We ' Field. Seed. Medal Seed handle Gold ' -- . vs. , THE SURE GROWING KIND ' - -- I .. vt Timothy Orchard Grass 5 0 90c Tested Oats nm Red Clover Red Top 27Too 2.35 ' - eties for that purpose. THE WAR COUNCIL 'OJTTHB AMERICAN RED CROSS. Henry P. Dsvlssn, Chairman. ed Red Cross activities, 'and will spen'rf the Beit several months in Europe In coBSultation with ether Bed Cross soci- preparation of tlM jfigram for extend-- " J. rX . . F. GRIFFIN Phone -- icx Office on '., month'. '," L :, .$4P0 'vv'' , L. W. BETHURUtt ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VER'NON-- , RY. Gxr; :j. Mi5sSMM55S5SiiS5Sii5iiSiiiMiS i. . -- m..... . a. &.A&A&AA DR. WALTER Dentist: bmb3bS WfEZM "'Office,, Over:-." -- kC4 W -- .. A 51. .... v -- . a. . w , mmmmmmmmmmwww -T T m AAAAAAMAAAfMaMM iiiiiiiiii. I .. . . B. OT IV .. C. Will practice in all the courts. Church Street The World moves, and he who stands still ts either crushed or left behind. Baker's ' Stofs . JJ. G. 'J ' .fTfiecUbwWhd . - Mf. VERNON, fKENTtJCKY i Children Dry FLETCHER'S FOR BMMBBBBBBBBM . ;Ohtttt$mQ$? il f. does not believe Jn. advertising rifay get .ivjlall the business ui wants, but watch the crowds and see ?A'iyQU:d6nft think he is easily satisfied. vlg ;-- .. i FIKrLETCEr5 mmn?:. stT&PV ;. n syy & ...;- - ti -4. C-V- m '" vir l tr ", '. ht af N V . .0 , VT-- jL' ' rTA vr . ?- - .iWjvi .'jgrvt ?;n. :,1 - MT. VBftjg&ff AJL ". PRTPAY:, MAJRQg 7. J919. - -- f ' ; ' i V--- '- "HOME TOWN FEELING. lams street; ana en tne sot in of Jam s and west by tir loi Some people play a lone hand. Maret; fronting of said Williams They do not form much -- attachment a. Street. for a width of 26 ft. and to the place where they a being 65 ft. in depth, and- - being taQ . 9 the same lot deeded by the Mt live, and do not particularly reVernon; Telephone Co to S. B. gret leaving it if they have to Ramsey, on the 22nd day of July, move. And no one weeps any a. 19 9." ea) they pack up and go. For the purchase price the tears when - In addition to our complete line of e a. purchaser must execute bond, They respond to no calls for co 9a with approved surety, bearing operation. And no one feels any Fresh Vegetables and Groceries at- legal interest from day of sale particular desire to help them a0 until'paid and having the force along. The community gains M we have added a splendid line of She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, and effect of a judgment. Bidders little from their presence. And in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of a. will be 'prepared to compiy and has been made under his per of a town made up of that kind a. promptly with these terms. sonal supervision since its infancy. ' a. G-- . S. Griffin, people is a dead one. (CCAiCSiitwZ; .Allow no one tn deceive Trnn in this. aS a. Commissioner, Master There are those who feel an " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Rockcastle Circuit Court. intense loyalty to their home a.; Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. town and all the people living AS ay there, to all its undertakings and f OR RfCrl?r m a enterprises. It is partly sentiCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, a., aS mental affection, partly a keen Props and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains COMMISSNER'S SALE. a. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its sense of the practical business RockcaStle-Circui- t age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Court. teamMay-bell- e On the second floor, riiy daughter. Miss value of cooperation and got When private-BrowT. J. NicfiLEV, Admr. of ' $een in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, es a lot of Cummins, has a full line of Ladies Plaintiff, work. Mt. Vernon has "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising a0 Sarah EbS; back from France BI6 and Children's Ready Trimmed Hats. these folks. Its progress is due therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids VS. : COMMISSIONER'S, SAlfe, the assimflatidn of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Alice GgNTpVi&M Denfendant to them. They feel a cordial The first thing he did was The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. By virture of a j udgrheritarid interest in all our townspeople t oS to come in and buy one of 098 of: sale of the Rockcastle You can.depend upon their hearty order On Main Circuit Court, rendered at the support for any community pro our a. fl GENUINE ALWAYS esaajasaaaaa(eaBiaaaaBiaaarainaaBiBiaaflaABiaaalBa February term, 19I9, thereof, in jact. Every local enterprise has the abpve cause, I shall proceed FBears the Signature of ...'to offe,r for- - sale at the court their backing. In so far as that "Oh, boy!" 8aicThe. "You've house door in oMt. Vernon, Ky., idea prevails the town will realidea "how good it 'is to get no to thejhighest'and best bidder, at ize its possibilities. public auction, on Monday, the under a regvlar hat again. When this spirit exists, it is mr n .5 aa 17th day of March, 1919, being 'm mm a No - more tin helmets for a genuine pleasure u give pre regular County Court day for I mine ! Shew me the best in said county, between the hours ference in all business dealings the house." of 9 o'clock a. m , and 3 o clock and purchase of material, to any p. m., upon a credit of six thing that comes from the home He went out wearing a new months, the following described one of the Spring ModSwann The Kind You Have Always Bought pro:perty, or sufficient thereof to town. If a suit ol clothes sold els we had just taken out of the "We have the most careful selected type of good for the same THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NgWVOWKC ITV. box. produce $102.76 and the cost of here is just as One money, always buy it. thi action: new shapes ; They're beauties in might well buy it, even if it was A tract of land located new shades ; new ideas in in size, style, quality and price to suit you. And SWANN quality.! Rockcastle County. Kentucky, a little inferior. But thanks to on the waters of Skeggs Creek Better come in soon and have a our splendid stocked stores, that andfbouqded as follows: look. afj Beginning at the corner of Jas. sacrifice is rarely necessary. It to match any shirt you select. Hodk, Mrs. Fish and the ftvans is poc-- community spirit and deland; thence with Mrs. Fish's ficient team work to buy stuff ARROW and ARRO LUKE fence'west to a little black oak out of town unless we know from M standing near the fence on Sarah investigation that it is not to be Letfs side, marked for a corner bet 'ween said Houk's land and the had at home. WORK SHIRTS and OVERALL SUITS STORE THE:CASH piece, sold to said Sprah Lee; When a town has thus Unified, well made and durable that are matchless thence south straight down the co operative, reciprocity spirit of in quality and price. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. hUlpassing a gum tree standing team Jwork, you can't stop it. The DRESS SHIRTS 50c and up. on .said Houk's land; thence to compact mass of people working Rockcastle Circuit Court. Good heavy Work Shirts for 90c. thefEvats land; thence with said T. JL. NiceleyjJUlmrof Evans land east to the beginning, for common ends, will beat out a Over-All- s Coats $2.25. and Over-Al- l aV George' W.Atdersbn, containing about 1 acre, be the greater population whose energies Buy and save money. Plaintiff, same1 more or less, and is the are divided and scattered. Deed, Commissioner,' Sale. vs: same tract of laud deeded the Cream is worth more today than it has been for many Frank'Andetpoh; &c$ said Sarah Lee the 18th day of JOHN-ROBIN- S years. Are you getting all you can out of your milk? Don't Defendants. Septj f895, by James Houk and WHY COLDS ARE DANGERM allow butter fat to get away from you, drop repreBy'virtureof a judgment and Matilda Houk, his wife, which OUS sents money. and order df sale of the Rockcas deed' is of record in Dfed Book You are often told to ''beware tle Circuit Court, rendered at 26 page 382. Don't Risk Using an Old or Unreliable Cream the "February Term.- - i9iq, there For the purchase price the of a cold," but why? We will Separator Df, in the .above cause, I shall purchaser must execute bond, tell you: Every cold weakens If you are not sure that your cream separator is skimproceed to offer for sale at tlie with approved surety, bearing the lungs, lawers the vitality and ming clean, or if you are still trying to get along without one court house door in ML Vernon, legal interest from day of sale Kv.. to the highest and best untU paid and having the force paves the way for a more seriLet Us Show You a Lily 'bidder, at "public auction, on and feffect of a judgment. Bid- ous disease. People who contract Monday, March, i7tb, 1819, being ders 'will be prepared to comply pneumonia first take cold The In the Lily, lasting qualities are first considerations. County day for promptly with these terms. regular Coiunty jf Every bearing is automatically oiled by splash from the longer a cod hangs on. the great sara 'county, oexween me ncurs G S. Criffin, reservoir, of oil in the gear chamber. When you add fresh er trie danger, especially from of 9 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock oil, the old dirty oil is automatically drained out without Master Commissioner, the germ diseases, as a cold prep. m., upon a credit of six months Rockcastle Circuit Court. wasting any new oil. All sediment or foreign matter that pares the system for the recepthe following described property, may have gotten into the gear chamber accidentally is or sufficient thereof to (produce tion and development of the germs drained out immediately so that the oil in the gear chamber the sum of $49.10 and the cost of consumption, diptheria,scarlet is always clean.- of this action. fever and whooping cough. The KrsJJ Come in and let us show you the rest of the Lily features, A tract of land located in Rockquicker you get rid of your cold, castle County, Kentucky, on the Brodhead & the less the danger of contract reek waters -- of Round&toae KENTUClaY and bounded as follows: ing one of the diseases. Chamand-poBeginning at a beech berlain's Cough Remedy has a ; jnst below, lar in great reputation as a cure for the lallen rock,7c6ririer:6f rCKfr coldo and can be depended upon. Rowan Henderson survey; thence It is pleasant to take. with his line S 80 E 55 poles toj WfA dogwood and' whiteoak thence; y Ei pupiar; 23 w 20 poies wi COMMISSIONER SALE. la use for over 40 yean! OLD thence & so w 20 poles to a Thousands of voluntary cbesnut oak;. thenoe.N..67Es28 Rockcastle Circuit Court. KIDNEYS letters from womea, tcll-ipoles to. two small .spotted oiks; Stephens & Mtjncey, of the good Cardui thence JSf E W 30 poles toJai white Plaintiffs, Science fiays that old age begins with swallow of water. The oil stimulate! oakj.thencejN 1HJW 7 poles to a weakened kidneys and digestive organs. the kidney action and enables the has done them. This is 9TJ vs : commissioner s sale. organs to throw off the which This being true, it is easy to believe cause premature old age. poisonslife and black oak and white oak; thence keeping the kidneys and di- strength Increase as you New Susan Patterson, the best proof of the valita that by organs continue the gestive S 75 W 39 to a hickory and maple; cleansed and in proper treatment. When completely restored Emmet Qoinn, &c , Defendants. of Car3ui. It proves that working order old age can be deferred continue takine- a capsule or two each W 23 poles-an18 thence .5 '26 beyond By Virtue of a judgment and and life prolonged far person. that day. GOLD MIIDAL Haarlem Oil Cardui is a good medicine by the average links to a gum and "oufwood; will keep you in health and vigor order of sale of the Rockcastle ot For over tof womea. thenec 84 W 4 poles to a black Circuit Court, rendered at the Haarlem on200 years GOLD MEDAtf and prevent a returnold the disease. age or disease has been relieving the Do not wait until oak.Mihence-ad84 W 34 poles to a are o baneful or disability due to There have settled down for good. Go to your February Term, ilhg, thereof, weaknesses and It is a standard vancing years. druggist and get a box of GOLD black oak; thence S 24 13, '624 drugs ia in the above canse, I shall pro. home remedy and needs no intro- MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money pples to the beginning, contain- GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil is help you. Three ceedf to offer for sale at the duction." in odorless, tasteless capsules refunded If they do not to ask for the Cardid. It is composed Inclosed sizes. mgaoout 28 acres, jmore or less ry court house door in Mt. Vernon, containing about 5 drops each.. Take original But remember MEDAL brand. Imported GOLD only of mild, medklaal them as you would a pill, with a small In sealed packages. For the purchaeprice the Ky., to ,th'ej highest and best bid iagrediems, with aobad purchaser must "Vexiohtei? bond, der, at public auction, on. Monwith- - approved surejyvbeariug sfltrfc;ectf. day, March 17th, i$i g, being reg legal interest from day. f sale court day for said until paid and baviftef the force TAKE county, 'between" the hours of 9 and effect of a judgment'. Bid o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p ders ."will be prepared to comnlv m., upon a creditof six months, .prompy'with thee terms. the following described property or so muah thereof as will proMaster Commissioner, duce the sum of $30.46, with in. Call 8th day of February ,191? . Rockcastle1 Circuit Court. teijest irom the nth day ot July. a subject, 19I4, to a resolution passed Woaaa sTomc credit until 15paid, paid Dec.to 30. its COMMISSIONBR'SAL.E. On motion of of,"f 00 Evans, seconded by , ,. r? iw nr of the Rockcastle Fiscal Court, 1914, and the cost of this action: special ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT located . 7; h tract ot landKy , nearinjbek--castl- e coyltT: D. Mullins, it is ordered by the Court the Missouri Living- February 8, 1919, I, the undersigned, Sheriff, County, Patterson, whatttrhas.dwie.Jor.io.fv ston and bounded as follows: Gaurdian, etc.," Plaintiff. Sheriff of Rockcastle County open a poll in each V5- :- Commissioner's Sale. fllRflWr !HBy Beginning at tw,o poplars and will cause a poll to be opened in each of the re i aWSBBSj laSBSBOTaaBaBBSl. a black joak standing on, the spective ' poyie Ramsey, &c, Defendants. 111. ' ' ... !. voting precincts of Rockcastle County 'WM'fWaW 7laTk horth of Uriah Gresbam's housed of the voting precincts of Rockcastle County onj tBy virtue of a judgment and 'about one 'mile from same: thence .between the hours of 6ofclocka,m. and o'clock order off aale of the Rockcastle rHMrsgsarrRyISvv. "S 76 Jjoles "Crossing tite State Circuit Court. rendered at the 15 day of March, 1919, to ascertain the wiB FeBruaryTerm,'i9l9, thereof,the poies 10 cwo wmie pama, on the 15th day of March, 1919, for the 2 jpao. jap i in VlfcTn'-airtrjoaavsinence oo?vvy 01 pqies 10 ji, proceed the above cause 1 of the electors of said County onthe question of, lo offer lor sale shall.the. court wtbjgfev at the ropt of k fallen purpose of submitting the question to the votJA1 15 at - 112 sal whkft'oak: thence . .i t Property J3 ltJUrfi kW!il1 of 20 cents ".Are you in favor of voting ipqiMato.a staae; tnence 10 meDe- - ers: ftufaSingf fcontauuag 50 Acres, on. each ilcii?Di?--FCK- o oa nwGmj r . wotth of property in the r 1: ."r More orjeas .Excluded Trptn. igrth, Ij9. Jmimt MPh. purpose 01 imr Xarch -- Cburtay-f &rw6A j ftlsractVf land is theamourit County of Rockcastle, to be levied each year Sf County l" old James W.hiUker by Susan public roads aria bridges or both as county, betweah.tbe: hours of 9 proving the UttteHlwabkto for aoeriodoffivevears.for the ouroose nf imPaHtersonMSetjOi. o'clock a. m.,.and, o'clock p. m., MMfyoik. Itaktjtia. "IbSSprtO- WJMR the the Fiscal Court of said fcourity may ''ifcectj followlag provjng "the public roads or bridges ot said tLcba? property, to aaaaoaaaaaat.a.vBaacotaaoaaaaaaaa - .. Dry Goods Children Cry for Fletcher's : 1 . a- WSa!S3agc?33S3cSKvs33si Just-as-good Dry Goods Men's, Youths and Boys' Overalls What is CASTORIA SWANN HATS n -- CUMMINS J. B. West Street :; w - ttt jttaaaaaaaaaaaaa ........ .............. SWANN HATS CASTORIA HHHK.r.xxxXMg you i Men nat Like To Be Well Dressed Dress Shirts CzL&tffflzi&i ! R In Use For Over 30 Tears rimmings. -- R Ties r W-D- E Troy-Taylor- ed Soft Collars. 5 r- -- ! Take Advantage of High Cream Prices for-eve- ry h It- More Shoes BROWN'S Meats Groceries AND " A AT PLENTY OF FRESH EVERY ONE KNOWS THE QUALITY EVERY ONE KNOWS p.. Boone's-.Hollow- For Weak Women Shafer I Roberfs t -- ag ON BROWN o ST" MAIN AGE STARTS WITH YOUR d t - en-Joy- ed Cap-sul- es N H old-ti- hibtt-formb- ig NOTICE! ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT Term J. R thaj ular-'count- y CARDUI l a N OTI C E! 4 W Pursuant Term, at 5 PH n AaV rbl . i 2 .. & jT ioptne i4x 'i a consmjcungana 20-centRoo?4S1l; , .. X Arejouiona $l000O Tax -- j ywcraht.ojiths, - Said taxation, to run a period of 5. years Copy attest: , .. c - ft Ooe.iKan44tkfecated Jn Mt. Veroo,n, Rockcastle Co. Ky aMJ$fifW& as the lit. Vernon Telephony Exchange property, which has a two story building zXMmm Cardui. w?i Try. r .. aaalcotamsi S. T FBOWMAM, " t. . 4 ' iJJstlkSutld iMiiSyvbriug Jegal interest from "day of sale Couhtvnr rflW iintfl "paid and .'having ithe. force a judgment.- Bid. and effect dera vMlJbeApreparedjtor comply with of- - - or hnth hf tWm J- - . ..- - s. -- r --. aRdc V . tber,iisbojtttide4. on :tfee nbYthvalrt-?iffM?'lrtr-J" tt snusritftf. a pfomptVV&i iHernis: ZZ fl . f V7. jr--S ' Sheriff of Rockcastle County. ? langford; I 3 - Lawrence; oa the . 1! m ' l - t.bj WiU-- 1 y - iftasr, UQjBmj satojwrL.-JtocaoaaUe Circuit tknrt. $itiafy i?I?, - " v i. v MMM '' v. : : -- , 1 . - v. - . y. rOa:.-. V'V?;,-. nm, i .,--. S i 7 i, V- X V. i - Vt --" &i" 0dm0m: " '" 7.?:: fJTFrPrg;'. . - V&k -- ".- ii ..' . . .T" f '. ,. .,o- x - -. & rfjTTinmriiaiVf'iiriir in itijis: WWgW. Mt.V ernon Mt. Vernon Ky, C Mar o j, i Spencer Mullins bought of Luther Manus a oair of work See J. mules for $375. A splendid article question was received Allen, but arrived 1919 79 79" wia want toCommunt oat with SIGNAL 79 up "No. publicatiod, which Why? A good work mare, and had no automobile, Because the man who doesn't live B. Cummins or Mrs. fclara on the Boone Way needs a road Carm'eal more and is entitled to more con 7: on the road Mules ForSale: Work mules sideration than the man who jives f rom Robt about 15J4 hands high. Call on on a better road. Now, it is rather nara to get over uie iormer ot Robins, miles south-wts- t too late for W. ficials promising that in the event we regret of Mt. Vernon. For Sale: Rhode Island Red eggs, $1.00 per setting of fifteen. Dear Editor: In the primary Mrs. W. T. Hicks. election I voted against the 20 Wildie. Ky cent road tax. By the time lOUISVlUX & N ASMVILLC R. R. CO. the final election came up it Wanted: Men or women to looked to be too good a thing for take orders among friends and TIME TABLE. 4.57 p me to vote against, so I did not neighbors for the genuine guar22 nortn anteed hosiery, full line for men, 24 north 3:35 am vote at all. This time I am for women and rhildren. j Eliminates We had al little meeting darning. - We pay 23 south 12:35 pm it. 50c an hour 12:45 a m at Cove Thursday night and the spare time or $24 a week for full 21 3outh voters that were there were for time. Experience unnecessary. Jas. Landrum, Agent. it. Write, International Stocking Phone No. 8. Mill, .Norristown, Pa. Kesp't, very much. ST Tvif; For Sale: Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofice mail matter. as second-clas- s J. W. Riddle. 13-14-- PERSONAL Dwighi Bowman is in Berea ; I r I from East JBernstadt Tuesday premiums that will especially inThis-stor- e on business. terest Rockcastle County. Chas. C. Davis. Secy. Mike King, of Richmond, has been here on a visit to his aunt, A friendly rivalry contest beMrs. Sam Cox. d tween the Mt. Vernon and W. T. Davis has bought the Sunday Schools is Baptist Henry Bowman property on West on. It started two weeks ago ' Main and moved to it last weelr. and will last until April. Last Mrs. R. E Thompson has re- Sunday Mt. Vernon had 159 in turned to her home after a visit attendance and $6.27 collection. to her mother, Mrs. W M Poyn-ter- . Brodhead had i43 in attendance and $2. g7 collection. Suot. MeadSam Cox was in Corbin dur- ows, of Mt. Vernon, says they ing the week visiting his brother. will have 200 next Snnday and Cas, whom he says is well and Supt. A. E. Albright, of Brodhead is expecting as many or doing well. Mr. and 'Mrs. A. B Furnish more. The contest is baiug are now residents of Newport, watched with especial interest Ky. Mr. Furnish is in the real even by those of other denomina tions. estate busines. W. J. Sparks has been confined PROGRAM. to his room most of the week, a The following program will be pretty sick man. He is better given at Boone Way opera house, ENSliDP'ociSSS: today, we are glad to report. next week. Uncle John French received a Monday and Tuesday nights, CASH BANKS postal from his grandson, Silas, musical motion pictures. See postmarked, New Port News, Va display ad elsewhere in this isHe had just landed from overseas sue. Price 30 and 20 cts. ,Vord.wiS received Wednesday .Wednesday night, D. V7. Grif announcing the daath of Mrs. H fith's "Great Love," a war drama. doesn't loolc so precious now; to start a fire in a heater with a resident of Winchester, the B. McCliry at their home in one The first part of this wonderful Dr. Pennington, of London, was coal oil. She is much better at Boone Way booster, the man that of the western couuties of the production was made in England down Tuesday to see Hugh Clark, this time. E. Bullock, "of Hans- made it possible to place the Dixstate. finish ;was made in and the who is very sick. The L. & N. ford, has announced his candida- ie and Boone Way on the map in Miss Jetsie Mae Brown, of America. Cast ?the same as Railroad Co is putting down a cy for the Legislature and we the mountains, the man who beNashville, Tenn., is visiting Mr. "Hearts of the World." They gan years ago and kept up the concrete platform at the pas- have been informed that Ben and Mrs. S. F. Bowman. Miss made this picture while produc senger depot here and a few days is going to make the race also fight until this good moment, the Brown visited her sister, Mrs. ing "Hearts of the World." Adago they installed a stationary So we think business is going to man that had walked thousands D Edgar Allen while Rev. and mission 20 and 36 cts. of miles until he was presented boiler. They ara washing engines pick ap in old Rockcastle soon. Mrs. Allen lived here a few years Friday and Saturday nights here instead of sending them to Mrs. Georgia McCJure is naving by his many friends with an auto, ago. 'the regular shows, at the popular Covington or Corbin. Just watch her oroperty repaired. Mr. and named Dixie, after burning the The oversea casualty list of prices, 10 and iyjcts. us come to the front Now if Mrs. J. P. E. Drummond, who midnight oil for quite a while to this Wednesday canied the name we had electric lights and we.hope have This is the best progaam ever been quite sick for some devise ways to accomplish his of William Perciful as being shown at Boone Way Opera MatTra-villiowe will get them soon time, are improving. Mrs. J. L. purpose by which his much covwounded. Bill was discharged House. had the misfortune to get eted road could be built, is about at Camp Taylor Tuesday and Mr. Romans, manager of the his leg broken Monday while try- Hughes and little son, of Corbin, to see his dream fulfilled. This was here yesterday enroute to Lancaster opera house run tbis ing to get off a moving freight are visiting her father, Thomas Maret was through here a few Bromo section, and Mr- Hamm County coal fields. Harlan Maurice Cottongim who Farley, this week. Mr. and Mrs. nights ago. But why he hid not picture last week. Mr. Romans said, ''When I lose confidence in train. Miss Kisse Williams, of Mount says: "It is the best he has ever Not Upon Promises the county officials, those who is breaking out of Corbin on the Ollie Bourne were in London lat- come in the day so his friends Vernon, Ky., is the guest of Mrs. had." have been elected by the people C V. Division, was with home ter part of last week. C. J. Rice, , we to manage the county's affairs. I folks last week. Mrs.J. W. Tate who has been on the sick list for could get a glimpse of on West New York T. E Arnold, What became, of the funds Upon Performances will leave the county", and if everyunderstand, but are umi&le to Avenue. Miss Williams is the from the $100,000 bond issue? and daughter, Miss Miranda, of quite a while, is much better. body would do that there would Roscoe Gregdry has been trans- as he is in the middle of lots of only daughter, and a Very hand, WE ARE PIONEERS IN be some moving done right away Brodhead, were here between Were they wasted? road work we will let him down some type of wonvmhood, of Judge for we know men who says they trains Friday enroute to Rich- ferred to Ravenna- James Maret light this time. and Mrs. Casper Williams, of These questions are being asked have no confidence in the man- mond. Mrs. G. S. Griffin was formerly of Mt. vernon, but now by many. agement of our county and none very painfully barned about the Kentucky, who were married at in themselves. We also have face an arms Monday by frying Here is the situation. With parental home of Mrs Arnold, the XX ZX TXI businesf men, merchants, who are is that fund there has been graded in Louisville, Kentucky This fighting low down the comiDg Miss Williams' first visit to 32 miles of road within the counIn business since 1836 election, yet they expect those Plorida. At Daytona she is ty, with bridges and culverts aa PROMPT DELIVERIES who patronize them to drive miles stopping with Miss Butner on and 5 or more miles macadamized thi u the mud and over all kinds of Grand View Avenue. DeLand. and two or more miles graveled bad roads to spend their hard From investigation ic developed (Fla) Daily News. earned money with "them. Such that no other Kentucky county progressive merchants should be has made as good a showing for LOCAL Made by The Crown Overall Mfg. Co.. Cincinnati.O. boycotted for they understand 625;627 Walnut Street the amount expended. While CASH the law and know it is to their some mistakes were made, which CINCINNATI, OHIO For Sale: A small 8 year old s unav liable in all undertakings best interests, vet they let their GROCERY DYE C. A. Davis, mule cheap. prejudice, rule them and will stand "while, results justify the worth Mt. Vernon, Ky. 200 Denim 8 oz. Highest Grade for what they know to be a disexpenditures ma'de upon RockD advantage to their patrons. Lost: Nose glassec, shell ring castle roads. Overall Made attached to chain and phi It is unfortunate that many A great deal is being said about per bag Finder please return to Mrs.J. W. will condemn things without prop- the road election that is to take Biown. no investiga- place the 15th, and while we are er investigation, Hugh Clark, son of John Clark, , tion at all. unable to see how any man can very low Some of the highest priced to per bag with double pneumonfa Any business man, or citizen. not see it is to his best interest to is sold on Richmond market bacco following the flu. Mrs. George this year was raised by Per Rigs who will take the pa'th of inves vote for it, still we are reminded Smith has returned from Corbin, 81 c lb or do not give perfect satisfaction by, of the Hiatt section of this tigation, will find the about state- of what an old neighbor said a after a few days visit with her county. ' ments true. Information on the number of years ago, "Everybody mother. CL. Hughes has moved subject can be had from the De don't see alike or they would have 80c per gal. To Whom It May Concern: partraent of Public ftoads, Frank- - all wanted Jane." Now Jane was his family in to' the property of Mrs; Sue Mullin, off Main "street. All parties furnishing goods iort. his wife and had everybody seen Potatoes $1.60 per bu. bv J. S. Calloway has or merchandise to Joe Taylor just like the writer, Jane would from Richmond where he return edi We are reliably informed by a has been so at their own risk, unwill do fellow townsman that he noticed have been left in the world to bat in the hospital for the past week. 22c per lb. less same is ordered by me in a nlinnina' f lnm the "Scientific tle through life' alone, so we cant Heds .taking a "treatment from the ALUU4 UlliUg BRODHEAD KY. pertonorin writirg. men Explorer" whereby the govern see how it is possible lor anyd to- Drs Gibsons. Miss Ella Mae F. E. Miixkk, 25c per Jb. differ in their opinions yet McBEE ment had perfected an instru-- , ce nonesL wnn tnemseives. we Blanford: hasTetlijpfcea irom a few for Joe Taylor; Committee MT.VERNON, KY. ment that could locate moneys are very positive, however ,that days' Z visit with relatives at Pay CasH and Sav? the If our names do not appear in !and precious jewels for miles if the voters understood exactly Parksytlle.v Sam Hellard hasJ E. J. Difference law and then had any sort of, moved his family to Ravenna and bur daily paper quite often, we around. Also that the govern,-becoea- the UIVING3 TON, KY. disgusted with the sheet ment would soon have these in confidence ii. management ofthe Will make that city their future funds hereafter there would not E. and insist that somebody wight .gtnuneats located 'in the moun-t- be a dissenting vote ' It is rather home. Bill Rider, the hustling CRAB ORCHARD, KY. start a live paper and let folks tains of Kentucky, where it Is natural for those who are opposed merchanthas moveda store into know what Is going on If we claimed so many have their mon- - Lto the issue to say, "It is easy to our. town and believe us lie is see why he is for Kentucky & West Virginia "are mentioned in a compliment ey hidden away in the rocks and lives on the Boonethe road tax, be making .Rome howl. Flour has 1 1 Represented in Way and owns i 1 m r2 ry way too often hd'weyer.every- - cliffs. Rockcastle is one of the an automobile"; but I want to say fallen from $1.50 per sack to as ly Ky. PAY MB, machine that he would be for it stronger if low as body else is disgusted with us first counties where-th. JWe 'say. let the .; : : . ;,: r : i : .': r ::::::,:: : LJ T and there you have it. should be placed in pperation. we dind't live oh the Boone Way good work jga on. n( J A biscuit i Brod-heapay-this on business today. Mrs. Sarah Maret, of Wildie section is with her daughter, Mrs. J. .feish. Carter McDowell was down The Big Mt.Ver.non Fairwill hold its exhibition on Aug. Neither time nor money will be spared this year in making this Fair the largest we have ever had. We are going to offer larg er and better premiums for farm products and Rockcastle County Stock. We are striving to offer HAS HAD STOMACH TROU BLE FOR SEVEN YEARS. Theodore Sanford of Fenmore, Mich., has had stomach trouble for seven years aud' could not eat vegetables or fruit without pain in the stomach and restless nights. By taking Chamberlain's Tablets he is now able to eat vegetables or fruit without causing pain or sleeplessness. If troubled with constipation or indigestion give these tablets a around us don't understand the trial. They are certain to prove main issues and we want to offer this explanation of the situation beneficial. as we see it We are now'paying Mrs. J. C. Moore, who is one 20 cents on each one hundred of Mt. Vernon's good christian dollars worth of taxable property women, comes as near living not toward our bonded indebtedness, and we will continue to for herself but for others, as any amount whether the election carperson we have known. Her ries or not, as the election has greatest pleasure comes in doing nothing at all to do with this part for those who need help and try- of it. We owe a debt and this is ing to' make others happy. On the way we mean to gay it, then we "are Thursday night of last week she cents for now paying another 20 general road purposes, gave a surprise party in honor and this 20 cents will no longer of her grandson, LeRoy Huffman, be paid provided the "election carwho celebrated his fifteenth birth ries, but we will pay a like amount day. Through the courtesy of by reason of having voted it. We are also paying 5 cents on each Miss Anna Belle Stewart, the re- one hundred dollars of taxable was held at Langdon property for bridges and this ception school. The refreshments served amount will remain the same, so were bountiful and only such as it is easily seen that in the event the election carries the rate of Mrs Moore would prepare. be Those present were: Misses taxation for road purposes will no the same we are now paying Dessie Niceley, Bonnie Niceley, more, no less, and this is the Celia Hiatt, Christine Davis, Vir- amount we have been paying since ginia Crawford, Helen Aultman, the bond issue carried. The fis Mary Gibson, Miranda Baker, cal Court has done all in its power every to convince Sallie Price, Margaret Welch, district will the voters that 0 with share equally Ada Brown, Annette Cox, Grace each other in the distribution of Cox, Hazel Johnson, Susie Thomp the funds according to the size of the district They have obligated son, Anna Belle Stewart. O. Cox, J. C. Moore, W. themselves to this tend y and we C have no reason to will A. Cox, Lizzie' Cress. 'Messrs not carry out their"promise to the LeRoy Huffman, Ramey Richard, letter. Somesay that the present John Albright, Julian Miller, Court may carry out all they have Lewis Miller, Robert. Fish, Ar- agreed to but before five years there will be changes by reason thur Cooper. Earl Cox, Dick Cox, of their term Of office, having exGeo. McKenzie, Claud Cox,' Bent-le- pired and that the ,next Court Sparks, C. V. Cox. J. C. may raise, our taxes. The Fiscal . Moore. Courts are composed ot men, men who own property, men who pay taxes, men that are no more anxious to pay burdensome taxes than you are. men that cannot impose a tax burden upon others without imposing a like burden upon themselves, then why argue in this fashion? We were recent ly talking to our good friend, O F. Hamm, who lives in Spiro ) Mes-dames the bondissue carried there would be four roads built out of Mt. Vernon and after it carried, uoth ing was done toward a road to Somerset, and we agree that the re Dole in the Level Green and Quail sections was treated unfairly. If the road had only .reached a mile from Mt Vernon in their dire tion and they got as much o d as was built in any other direc tion they would have been sat to the extent that we would have heard no word of complaint It is not a question in the minds of these people whether the road funds were squandered or spent, judiciously bat they know theyi didn't get a square deal. The people of Brodhead are anxious to see better roads toward Quail and Level Green and will do all in! their power in that direction, but we cant do anything until there is assurance that we will have funds and we cannot get funds unless the" coming election carries. We are quite sure that a great majority of the voters 1 ed DRESS UP THE BOYS ARE COMING HOME! Soldiers and sailors come here to get the equipment for a fresh start in civilian life. They realize that they must dress up for civilian activities, just as they found it necessary to dress up for the job they have just completed. is splendidly prepared to serve them, to provide them with the styles they now prefer in suits of substantial quality. You are invited to see the new Spring style selections in our exhibit. J ! THE STORE BETWEEN THE ?eeT-the- .. y Hel-lar- d Our CFienfefe Grows! but n - hi-u- - I Dry CFeamng" and Dyeing (tttttCltlt9ll 8 The TeasdaTe Co. Drum MI'S STORE BEST FLOUR CroWn Overall MADE SYSTEM UNION GENUINE BR O H EAD LIVINGSTON $1.30 - MEAL 75C NEW PAIR FrcciHtsERip In All Sizes BEANS 8 SYRUP - C - MEAT, yXARD For Sale the following SCHAFER & ROBERTS SUTTON & P. DRUMMOND PERKINS 8 ' n-- e o -- GET THEM AT OfVfflfflo Hi's c nu 1 : W. :v H e $r.-Sb- -- t South-Easter- n -- "1 Louisa, JOSEPH -TyTTVr -IVTATT"? 2XZ . r - 3 V N 3! :t - CJl Cir Li.t ' seag3 5Sg&V --- - -- L.J'- .- 'VfV 'a r3 ' IK ,- ' , vC V' ...-- .' sw , ," " tvA-TTf- "v. h ,"'!tii: ' ajniTi-- i -- i&zpfa iiaMMMJWrtiB r flik . -- . T.TSi. - , BOONE WAY OPERA HOUSE Monday and TuesdaYi March 10th and llth THE WORLD'S GREATEST INVENTION IN n. , Motion Pictures VAUDEVILLE ON THE SCREEN They Sing, Dance and Talk '' ' Among the artists whom you will see and hear are: AL Jolson, Geo M Cohan, American Quartette, Baker and Doyle, Cal Stewart, Billy Murray, Grace and Foster, Billy Mason, Emily Leslie and Chcrus of Girls, and many ether artists of theatrical renown. w MIHmF'' J3BS1P m II .iiiitiflil! .F IP $& J 1 .Hiiiiiiii! iiiiiiii'.11,m"",,m """ mi!,. CopjT-Eh- R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co. by t 181 OpeCiai Q I OH JYiUnaay IWI A Mr THE TANK)." ,This is positively the last pic- anc Mrs, Vernon Castle in their greatest creation w ...l! "' UIUIIIIIIIHU"" .Illlllli-1"- -- the smokegame with PLAY if you're hankering fora jimmy d- Engagement Remember this CHANGE OF PROGRAM Is For Two Days Only EACH DAY ture Mr Castle made before being killed in this late war 5 " out for what ails ypuf smokeappetite! For, w:' Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that culs you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfree from biLe and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun that ever wa3 scheduled in your direction! Popular Prices 20e & 30e REV. A. We guarantee this show to be the same as shown at the Ben AH Theatre in Lexinglon for one week and showed to packed houses at each performance, Night Show at 7 & , Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pa- l; rolled Into a cigarette it. beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. i3 simply everything any man ever longed" for in tobacco! You never will be willing to figure up the sport you've slipped-o- n once you get that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! You'll talk kind wcrd3 evexy time ycu cet on the firing line! red bass, tidy red tins, handsome rund and tin humh don and that clsscy. practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistcncr top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. Toppy half-poun- J. PIKE d r R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m. N. C a. Do You Wanf To DO Self Your Farm! BUY A YOU. WANT TO R-- FARM? FOR ANYTHING IN ,f V ,' RFAI FST ATF h - ft 1 L m i LLER MT. VERNON, SEE ky: (Continued from ist pase sent and got my good friend, L W. Bethurura. The town mar shill had gone out in the country and summoned about ten good discreet citizens and had them ready for the trial ot the case. The case was called, the Con.mon-wealt- h announced ready. What do you say Judge Bethurnm for the Defendant? I have just arrived, liave not had .time to talk nor my witnesses i with my client, much, and as it is about noon. I will ask the court to adjourn for wit-andinner, and I think we will be ready to try the case immediately afternoon Of course out of courtesy to the Lawyer and Court ad jourced to one o'clock. During the hour of adjournment the Judge through some medium learned that such men as Perry r Hays,' Henry Las well and a num tell how the verdict went in this ber of good sober discreet citizens had been suramoied as jurors, case. I do not refer to this tiial and on investigation the Judge' sa v he had a bad cise, and with such a jury as named he. could see nothing but conviction awaiting his client. The court con vened according 10 adjournment. 'What has the defendant to say now; askel the court, I think we ate ready replied the attorney, I will cill my witnesses and see." When he goc through calling his witnesses there were no jury left,' a r.umher of these men away out in the country who was not in Town when this thing occured are now cd'ed as' witnesses. Of d course a man can not be a a at the same time. This manipulation of this case, necessitated the summons of another jury. and. what lawless friends tbe defrndaut had were standing around in the court robm in the marshall's way ready to get on the jury. I will not in the way of criticism, nor in aff rd ':o pay our attorneys some way of finding fault to Judge Bethurum's method of law prac tice, but merely to show the strategy that may be used to de feat justice. I look upon L. W Bethurum as a good lawyer and as my personal friend, and if I had a case to be tried and especially in Rockcastle County, I would want him on my side. But my purpose is to show Civic League, and the organization effected at Mt. Vernon, that they will find it hard to kick against the pricks. I think it would pay the good people of this county, to have a mass meeting and make an earnest effort to enlist if possible all the attorneys of nur county to join in with us in this great, undertaking, and let the bootlegger and whiskey seller know' that h will have to give up his business or go to some other county to get a lawyer to' defend him. The, county could the. -- thing to join in and help to con-- 1 vict this lawless element in our' county. I have enough faith in our attorneys to believe that this thing can be effected by a proper effort on the part of the christian-ansober people of this county. is an awful thing for our peoIt ple to be compelled to submit to the much drinking that is being done in our county, in the face of the law as we now have it. I think it will mean much to our county lavyers in the outcome to all join in one league, and as my friend said, make Rocicastle County a place to live happy in, where we can raise our children free from this contaminating traffic. Kes.pectful.Iy, A. J. d Pike. CASTOSU f8R ?LTeMJt'S WAGONS -- S:3g & &m&? 1, v OLD with bed and complete 21 in. seat only some- WAG ONS A.Nn W EBER $120$12500 - AT t - 3 in. complete only k -- eaf & jrV rdC' - Wire Fence 2500 rods of No. 9 top and Seed Oats Our Second goes at Buggies PHOENIX means thing to the man who cares Harness . WE GET. . F '--' 7 fi-- tl&r Ijottoiu 4 ft. Car 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 oiir expert workmen will please you and smooth out all your, little troubles. (Welch's Repair Department,). DOLLY VARDEN Tobacco Canvas We have it in. stock now. Get the best; it will last two ; years and give better Seed., Potatoes Buy 'em bv the Bag Early Triumph Early" Ohio Early Rose Burbanfc Only f- Per Rod No. 10 top and bottom at - Flour Every Week at Welch's Of." course 450 , - 85c Per Bushel Best Grade Our Spring Line satisfaction of Buggies now in. Per Rod its fresh and better and only Phone lis your requirements (Welch's Hardware Dept.) White Seed Oats- (Welch's Seed Department ) .Come early and, get ypuf .choice. (Welch's Buggy Bept.) $1 .45 BAG PER Best Grade, per yard Good " ." " Cheap ' 8Jc - 7c 5c ) $1- - per Bushel -- ' ( Welch's Dry Goods Dept You always save money at Welch's Try 'em now Send us your order. ' : At WELCH'S M, -- DEPARIIENI SIDRE - I SLw ' & S s - ' -- ": - " tii - ' ' . r' r,; w -- -. - . . --- .. m - - !- ki-'-- i rW-- M . vnrB O' tu Liji- - . -- .M.. sWim v :'-":.- , Use your phone and - ...-.'-- ?' - -- a SAVE DIFFERENCE '. i ? Kr HPr .? I - 'PT. LmsW. ' --3 " . r, -- i . ir-s- .