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Lets figure just a llttlo, the stato pays. 75 ESTABLISHFD ' J887 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1919 NUMBER 23 LEFT ROCKCASTLE 1IKCAUHE OF rsti i 4 Tsrrt 2X i -- iXZ' i per cent nnd tho county 25 per cent, now with this taxable prop 1. II. SHUTTS SPEAKS orty in tho samo proportion as it FOR THE was when I left your county, TAX tho incorporations doing business in tho county, (the railroads, the Danville, Ind ,Fnh. 24. I9I9 four banks, telegraph and to'e Editor Mt. Vernon Signal, phone companies) will pay 50 per Mt Vernon, Ky. cent of the counties part leaving Dear Edgar: only iy2 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. plo to pay and you get It all, 100 We all .welc mo und enjoy tho cents to the dollar. There Is al Signal as it is like get ling abetter most enough men in the county from a friend and not put to that only pay a poll tax and tho trouble of answering it. But would not have any of this tux if you will allow mo a little space to ay, to make this proposition in your valuable pjper .1 will carry and give thom employment writo a letter to my Rockcastle a good part of tho year. Now if friends, making one letter do for. sorao big rich guy was to send nil. For tho first time in fivo on March years that I have lived in Indiana you people word that 15th, (Just say it is John D.)tha have I been moved to write a would be In Mt. Vernon and public letter to my dear old he that for every $12 50 that each friends and neighbors. Butitisi and every voter would give him of vital importance to you dear that he would give them back people I could not resist giving, Now a fair question my opinion on tho subject of. $10000 Good Roads, niid especially tho How many of you would try and voting of tho 2K tax. "I knew see him.? You have the samr pn March 10, vou had this subiect upJay NoviPiopositloa ."77,T TZ. i,f ,iu vv xsthL but you don't Have to go a! ,i ember IU tUCU h" UUV UIU even dream of it being voted tho way to Mt. Vernon, just go down, as they were assured by to your voting places and vote tho Fiscal Court that . your tax yes, and you have it. Now i want to toll you what ruto would not be raised, and we aro doing here in Hendricks that tho State would pay 75 per cent of it. And that it should Co., Ind. The noted old Nation tako th e place of tho present road al highway passes throug this levy, but to my great surprise it county for a distance of about 20 miles. And to snow you tnat it was voted down Now dear it was tho condition of the is not only a good rotd but a roads in old Rockcastle and the . dandy, I will tell you what took unwillingness of the oeoole to place on this road detween In and Terre Haute voto a bond on themselves to dianapolis highways as tbey There are two railroads runnirip improve tho claimed they were able to build paralol with the old National and maintain good roads that 1 road. On these railroads the left tho County. Even if their run through fast trains and they theory was right at that time, go over tho ties some, as fast as which I thought vou wero mis- you ever saw an L. & N. train taken in, it is not tho case now, move. Two men in an automo us you cannot afford not to re- - bilo loaded with sand bags to THE KOABT S- "Who was Whittier" SAID THE TEACHER "SOME POET," said the little boy. My Flour Is Some Flour S1.40 PER BAG Granulated Sugar 10c PER LB. ..HabU&APMEY. laid to rest Wednesday. hold it to the ground, HELM l-WvFrBa- Who died suddenly Monday at his recently acquired plantation at Columbus, Miss. His remains wero brought to Stanford and I peo-nl- PENNINGTON DENTIST WILL, BE IN Dr. M. K. BRODHEAD Fri., March AX DR. 7 CARTER'S OFFICE For a Week or Ten Days I I Produce Eggs Poultry, Hides Furs, Fe&jlfoea And AM Country 'Prpduce WILL PAY CASH Kifidac? W. R. WK WANT HH 1 YOUR I ! i 5 Gott&Co MT. VERNON, KY. i ! i J ipolis the same time these fast.-Ktrains did and the automobile arXXZZZDCX rived first in Terre Haute, tho EXPRESSES HIS VIEWS OF MASS CONTENTION THE Big 4 train train stopping at HELD IN MT.TEBNOU, I almost alone made an untiring Greencastle one minute and the vE!nn.iTAit.v imii'.i effort to hunt down Ponn., not making any,stop at all. and moonshiners, for which the So you soe they had to go some. Brodhead. eaWfkj whiskey element attempted to But the State and Nation offers to me, and one John Mul- help improve this road and offers To Tho Mt. Vernon Signal1, Dear Editor: I see where a Mass lins, a whiskey man from Vir- to pay 50 per cent of the cost, at iVejjgburt ginia,. who was selling liquor In 0 ourcounty officials appropri- Meeting was called oo'to the mile, which houso on the 3rd day of Feo.!joi9 a bling tiger shot me twice ated $18000 I issued papers against makes fcjooo 00 to our part. We in Ml. Vernon, Ky. The purbelieve in receiving gifts. If you pose of 'this meeting was toper-feet him, foi which he served a term an organization, adopt reso- in the stato 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 $1 30 tax to the $100.00 to fight trio whisky tramc ana writer has stood and what I have I advise vou not to como to Indi- hunt down boot leggers in iRock done in Rockcastle county for ana to live for there are two things castle County. At the meeting this righteous cause, when boot was In we must do, pay taxes and die my. own town was represented legging and And our tax rale was only $3.48 by someof our best citizens and full blast, and it was impossible to tho Igloo oo, and $3.00 poll tax preachers, and at this meeting to get such crowds as met at Mt. I would rattier pay that much and my follow townsman and neigh- Vernon on the 3rd day of .this huvo ou r conveniences as to be bor offered a long resolution, month and put their names on back in Rockcastle 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. solved were tho following "Be want to say to all tjtiese good peoof As long as I live I intend to resolved that we use our in- ple that met at tho Court come back to see my old friends it puplic sen- House and did so much talking, every 2 or 5 jears and that is all fluence to build up and arouse the people to and resolved so many good things timent 1 even expect to be benefitted by 2 sense of their duty, and make that you will find it all to be you voting this tax. But if you a 13 sentiment so strong that it bosh, unless you can inject into is can't see your way clear and vote this will be impossible for any ono it something that we have not it down again I will come just violate this law without being had in the past. I want to now the same even if I have to walk to immediately apprehended and suggest two very Important char85 through tho fields from house to punished; and that we be dilli acteristics that we must have in house. gent and 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 tho first place you year you might have had a more der tho influence of whiskey or serious question to bo settled, any intoxicating, liquor in tms must get your Court to appoint that of winning tho World War, county without being punished a jury commission that will absobut this one, to bo serious, is al therefor to tho full extent of tho lutely refuse to select uny man most an equal, what is a coun- law. Bo it further resolved that on either tho grand or trial jury, try without good roads, scho'ols, we denounce gambling; the con- who Is in sympathy with thn raiser points The live-stoc- k churches and good stock? If cealed deadly weapon practice whiskey traffic. No man ought to rising costs of raising live stock. you have good roads the other and do we especially condemn to bo selected as a juror because something he had done to help threo will soon follow. So you perjury and falso swearing pro of Labor reminds us that higher bethat aro in favor of this great op valent in this community, and some othor ono in office, or wages must go hand in hand got out and inform we promise to bo active' in tho cause of anything outside of good portunitv citizen-ship- . If you can get a with the new cost of living. your less fortunate brother, and prosecution of theso and all jury that is not contnminateu make it unanimous in receiving other infractions of the law, to No one, this groat gift So good people, the end thai Rockcastle coun- with liquor, you will have a good foundation to build upon. responsible. No one, apparently, don't leave a stone unturned that ty may become better and moro The next thing I suggest is to will assist in making this a sucis benefited by higher prices and secure placo in which to live." get all the attorneys in our coun-tcess. If my coming back and Tnoy went further and said, to higher income. to join this, league and absohelping in this campaign would represent the Civil Leaguo,a part lutely refuse to dofend any change the lino 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, Rockcastlo County after due con. this, you have the battle won. It bo Johnny on the spot. slderation have appointed tho Is not enough for our attorneys) that the number of dollars hai Now one moro word to those following men to carry out the to say they are against this boot-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. Ramsey.) "If at first tity of goods, so that each dollar adopted at this Mass Meeting. you don't succeed, keep a suck. They went further and appointed around and defend them in this buys less. than formerly. ing till you do succeed." Now fivo men in each voting precinct. hellish practice. I can take tho trial jutors as they have been sewith friendship and good wishes Those men were appointed and lected heretofore with a few to all, asked to meet inMj. Vernon on whiskey sympathizers among S. . I am yours truly, Saturday the 15th pf February thom to select from, and turn P. H. Shutts. iOio, at one o'clock, p. m. "and over to C'U. Williams, Judgo L. when tho time" came to meet not W. Bothuruin, J. W. Brown, and a man could be found to repre- othere that I might name, and THIS BES.T LYXATIVE. "My sedentary habits have sent Brodhead pteclnct. Here with their knowledge of the peo. necessitated the uso of an occas- the thing stoppod. Now Mr, Ed- plo of this county and with this ional laxitivo I have tried many itor, I want to say, that all tho mixed jury to select from, they but found nothing better than readers of your paper in Rock' can acquit, or have a hund jury Chamberlain's Tablets," writes castle County, who know the in nlmt out of every ten cases. George F. Daniels, Hardwlck, writer, knows that I haveheen To illustrate, I will refer to a Vt. Mr. Daniels is proprietor of an earnest advocate of law and case in my own town. A young disturbed the town ono Sunday bad a few frlouds that had some tho Hard wick Inn, one of the order for forty years, and during man who had been in the habit afternoon. A number of good mouoy, end tbeyjsald get a good twelve years in official life as of getting drunk and acting in a men baid tbey would seo that he iawer and beat tho casi. Ho model hotels of No-- England. magistrate in Livingston district, disorderly way, got drunk and Was convicted for his crime; he (Continued on last pag o) boot-leggers left Indian, ATP 1JC P JUST OPPOSITE Store HOUSE THE COURT ue Frorvt I U e Who Benefits By High Prices? You feel that retail meat prices are too high. Your retailer says he has to pay higher prices to the packers. Swift Company prove that out every dollar the retailer pays to the blind-tigerin- g packers for meat, cents I for packers' profit, cents is for operating cents expenses, and goes to the stock raiser; and that the prices of live stock and meat move up and down together. apparently, is y We 1 Swift & Company, U. A. i v t ris. ;sk!." m. , (i&U ho MhkuI lii lii-b- i'lilmncnt ami 'set tiffio.1' Mil N to manage the liki'ii Hint'' lo to what c.xiiiMigu of liule John D. Car PkjmaY, Mnr 7, 1910 hui'ineil ntit unlikely to ho his roll fur (in ernor. Nuf 9ed ! cntufixinii. .Jmitfii iVnoll is the learned PnbUthtd fvt.t y Ftida) v Arrlvitiunt the "fiel lof lionor," f hltf Justice of tho Conn f EDGAR S ALPR1GL 7. tn. t with suspicion of Irs AniMiils. but ci eat iudces have r.uwliiliiiiw .imiiiviK. Whlln tin iniiliitii i,.ni.r lio-- n OV' VI' AH pl.O SOBSCklPTK'N k'reoted him with wild nppluisc. lor in cli wUe executives. Theie back. A was Judfjo Alto.t U Parker, i:olne on is koiiil' tluir lenders licld their weip known on Adverlisinn rata friun 1I111 mirAmo town is exactly liko an individuof criticism behind their lae s jtin .!... application , to knife liim if he tried to ('! iCoun from the State of New al, it cither advances or gets (ate or doreiw His first, p. r Vorlf, nnd notni atrd by the worse, MKMI1KR OF for President, hi uteatest, triumtih v- - deinocnts but Citizens, wh t is old Mount KENTUCKY PIUS SSOCIATION 'hans Rno.sevclt beat hint to a frazzle. Vernon doingf is sue growim-smildisarmiiif,' this suspicion will Hon William' Howard Taft, the s fast as shn ought to, and if nnd wi ha spir'tu-sirci it v mid irre.iit lA'deral .ludiro. ran latt in not. Why not? IhinK it ovei onniiv that ronld imi wir-v? the race for President against seriously- be resisted. Theodore Roosevelt and Wood-roA Ml then begin that might) ilson. Then came Charles .struirglc with the judgments and the wills of the cianis of the Evans Hughes, nominated for Anti-uootleA N NO V . C KM NTS political world -- Lloyd Geoij;t. President while a member of Wcuiv mithoricil to mmouiuv Clemciiccau and the iumtmctnhli the Supreme Court of the United HON i: ill U.OCK ' is n cmlMatc for iiiicutall(.1 (ram repiesentutivcs of tho European States He resigned the day ho the Seventieth I.e;tl1ntlo district, Powers, Having won their con wa,s nominated and immediately of Kockenstlc nml Laurel coun lid '..a by use of ovory weapon b?gan his campaign for President ties, Mihjeet to the of the Judge ud in such a struggle. only to end in defea. party nt its jiritn.ir.v .election on eer (led tho obstacles which Ed O'Rear, of our own Common THIS COLUMN IS EDITED B.Y he Angiiht 2, 1919 wealth, was nominated for Gov- - THE COMMITTEE TO HELP divi.'i tho nation SUPPRESS THE SALE OP urnor wlllle ll J,u,8e (,f the Court A C500D FIOHTKll. (ban in. The conflicting inter-- , WHISKEY, AND THIS PA,an. 'Appeals He AH decent men, and even wom.?U w',ich had l0,; Imrmonized, PER IS IN NO WAY RESPON uiiij. ij lust: mi; ci uuiailiM ilousies which had to be eu. ad mile a noblu and intiraii. I"10 S1BLE FOR ANY REPORT IN The selection of Eli Brown to 'allajnt. the animosities which ous fiirhtcr. whether on the field 1. . " THIS COLUMN of battle, in the business urona, ,,nU lo l)e lciiiea, where sucli manage his campaign should be never confronted the souls of enough to defeat Judge Carroll, on the lloor of public debate or' Since February 21, the followbut 'ms judicial position and his ing cases havo been tried in the in tho subtle duels of the council .raon in "" thc world "efore. And yet, so far as wo can reputation as a great judge will County Court: clmmber. This ca-.- e known as tho "Hob learn, the valiant warrior "never also contribute to his defeat for George Fredericks, who was Case" will take its regular course Whatever opinion any one may i., ...,.,! I,!., o.. ... .1 tho democratic nomination. apprehended between Brodhead'throui-- the higher courts Judge have of the character, talents or iuituii:u 111s ovtuiu I1UI llillllu his banner in the dust. Serene, temperaments ot Wood row Wil At pressnt Kentucky has only and Mt Vernon with a quantity L. W. Bethi'rutn defended him invincible and impertutable, he one United States Senator and of whiskev in his possession. He befi re the jurv. son, no open minded observer cut and thrust and parried his name is J. C. W. Beckham. pleaded guilty to the charge of lames Deiiney was tried on a mil dnnv Mint lio line imi .o n until his enemies laid down their Last November, the voters of the having a quantity of whiskey in charge of sdling whiskey and ac glorious fight against what haveand the obstacles to state elected , weapons ,M.,....i.i ,!...., Stanley for his possession for sale and was quitted by the jury. Ho was de (his enden'ors vatnshod. . invincible eiiprines jijjo.s ffYiirji a ivas !l 'l'e,a r'Klu ana a March 4th. For somo reason, I'"" wbisVey Was confiscated and - Nath Doan and Wyat'te Allen to promoto uX'engnu of Nations.' As an exhibition of determined o'lonous victory, but a stemor not yet explained by him, ho did is now in possession of the Coun were each fined 60 and teu days in jail. These men wore both repurpose, ol indomitable ou age u'st "f thc warrior's skill and not take his seat, as iequired by ty Court. February 22nd, Art McDaniel leased from jdil before the expiraawaits him hero at law. Had Stanley done as direct-eof the skillful use of weapons, Cincinnati Enquirer. by the peoplo, Lieutenant Gov- was tried by a jury composed of tion of tho twenty days No sataninduranco tint has no limltn-' ernor Black would now be Gover- Mitchell Norton, Pete Lear, Jacic isfactory explanation has been tions, the figlit which this man of Norton, Jr., Joe McKenzie, Har made as to their release, as we Stanley deliberately up must appear to lace has put TR ,,Iiy of lhe wiro.pullor nor. toDidqualify as Senator re vey Berry, William Livesay, Jr., 'understand tho Governor bus in ... upuuic UUMOU.-MIto fuse ,.,, ,,,:, ir.,l trtptstor l.n onno urilliam keep Black out of the Governor's on a charge f selling whiskey every instauce failed and refused and us fascinating as the contest No longer will the official fixer chair? Yet we know four years He was lepresented bvT. J. Nice-le- to pardon a man charged with between David and Goliath. bo tolerated. The bosses for and H. .L McClure and ac violating tho whiskey law. ago Stanley grasped Black's hand Archilles and Hector, Napoleon revenue only are to be driven off and the Duke of Wellington, or tho political field. The candidate and said to him that he, Black, quittedt 'p The Police Court of Mt. Vernon Nath McDaniel was tried by a oven Marshal Focli and General wlio mixes with such should be had elected him Governor. D oley utnldress was tried en a jury composed of Z Emerick, Hindenburg. overwlichningly repudiated. Listen citiz-us- , listtn ! Mount Ambrose Sexton. Press Frailick. charge of having whiskey in bis In the first ylacc, lie had to There stands Eli, get there Vernon seems not only to be G. W. Muffins, Guard Han-e'possession for sale and acquitted encounter tho opposition ol his Eli, Stanley's favo ito attorn ey sleeping, hut appears absolute- - and Walk Prewitt. on a charge of He had been arrested by ' Wade own constituency, even to his ana side counsellor, the Re. Hon. ly lifeless. It is sadly in need selliuc whhkoy. Ho was repre- - Ltvosay and P D. DeBord. having going to tlie field of battle, but Eli Brown. It has been an- of some one or more who can and sented by T.J Niceley and H.J. n his possession 22 quirts of . Mt. Vernon Signui -j Jiiii-H- l future on muiic d and not denied tliut tho will scad into I pit t"'oim 1 In-ua- s mipi-osHfii- i tho breath of life. Wu must not let people "move n way, but reach out and et others to conic jn. There uro great ponsiblliues to this town and county if out lwople but wake up and btstir themselves. Tho town that decs ve public iirprovements "ot her body , . ! 15 pg com-iiok- 'i Committee. Hepuh-llcii- n 11 I 11 . , mn.-yes.- he I jj . ... 1 whiskey. He swore off Marshall puign, wonld ho from Hrodhead, DcBord and tho jury was sum- Mt. Vernon tor Livingston, "nnd John Angle, charged with sell moned by J. A Jones. Coroner. this might make the impression ing whiskey did not answer Hi They were comt oed of M.C Sow that the towns wore especially bond was forfeited and he was dor. II. L. Langlord. J. H. Bul- interested in tho lax propositkn fined $60 and ton days in jail He lock, G. U Cotton. William Will carrying, and catiso sotno country was liter arrested nnd is now liii. flenrgo D. Pitu an. After his people to believe it was not to 1tcqu1tt.1l thc package of whiskey tlifir best inlei est to vote in fnvor serving his sentence of fact, Bill McKinney was charged was turned over to him. Ho was of this tn, when in point whiskey, tried by n represented by Atty. C. C. Wil tho peoplo in tho country would with selling receive more, benefit from road jury, given ton days in jail nnd limns. Mullins was tried by a improvements than the citizens of Frank fined $60. Ho was not represen jury on a charge of having wins the town. The men who use cd by any attorney. TompsHbwiud. charged with key for tho purpose ol salo and teams in hauling merchandise lie was found not from depots, hauling - lumber, ties, selling wbUitey, was tried by a' was acquifod ! . 9 1.! i , .. jury finod $6a and given ten , ,0 lm'e lml ani Wl1 SKeJ '" "l!cor" woou.uw; iw amiJlimmiulm days in jail. Ho was not reprc- - possession wlien appreiieiiueo nuu muu who niiui uuiii uic inu Tho jury that ttiedjiim was Wil men who directly receive most sented by any attorney. liamDoHord, J. C." Kymnl, I S. benefit from good roads. Tho IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Meece. John Frenclv, C. C. Jones farmera1so,is materiallv benclitcd and Walter Miller. Ho was de- - bv am iinprovctneuts in tho road ....... H. J. McOlure was tried and tended oy u. u. wiiuanis between his house and tho market fined $60 and twenty dajs in jail On tin- night that Dooloy Child- - church or school. All of these A motion was made for 11 tic w ress was arrested tucro was a trial which was overruled by the package of whiskey found by peoplo live in the country, and it appears to us that it would be an CI urt, and then his attorneys . VVurto .. .1 nnit P. II. DoRord'i-- . :.!- -. !. i;.t...a l.MJ ,., , imposiuo.i ou un. . tmvonoticoofnu- anneal to the nnir :. rionnt unci was sniu lo r.iif ,i groun Is to come out and hear ask them Court of Appeals on the contain quarts. This whiskev speaking on a quest'on which is that thc charges in the indict- was not 17 claimed by am one and ment were not the charges prov- no sitisfjiutory explanation lias of first importance to them from a business standpoint as well as en, and there was a variation in been made by the court as to what tjio general upbuilding of tho havpleading and proof, and not disposition was mado of same. county, so for this reason, it has ing time to get up the bill of exThe jury in the Frank Mullins been decided not to put on any ceptions at this term of Court, re- case is only quoted from memory campaign asking people to vote quested t mo until the next term of tho court. in favor of this issuo, but leave it bill of exceptions, to prepare tho up to then belter judgment,.aiid which the Court propeily grant ask them to investigate tho proed, McClure having 'filled bond. Mcllure, attorneys, and was t in ... 1 ( I 1 1.- !. ... J r.tl-neill- ' - ' . .:i.i h I ..,! - A.--- position as sol fortli under tho late law and if the people from vote it down and the country fail to get the benefit of the State aidaud improvement on the roads It has boin suggested by scv 'in every section of the County, oral peoplo that some speakers the people of tho town will be should go out over the County satisfied witli this decision, and COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE ( , d 1 e- - y ll 20 cent road taA that is lo be voted on Saturday, March 15th After talking over tho matter with several people who are interested in this proposition carryirg. wo I11V0 reached tho con elusion that the proposition is so plain, it is not necessary to go out and appeal to tho people to support this measure. It is just simply a matter of deciding by your vote whether you will accept State aid. or refuse to accept it, and by'accepting such aid, you will not incxaase your tax 0110 cent on tfio hundred dollars 1 te bad roads if the country peoplo can, but reports from all parts of the Co.ir.ty ii.de itu that the best citizens ai.d those who under- stand the provisions of tho law are expressing themselves as heartily in favor of this issuo carrying, and wo predict that should the election come today, it would carry by a big majority. A V TIMELY' SUGGESTION. The next time yon have a cou'h or cold tiy Chamberlain's Co igh Uemeiiy. It is pleasant to take and you are sure to bo pi ased with the relief which; north of property. affords. This remedy has a Most of the speakers who could wi e reputation for its cures of be indue id to go out in this, cam- emails and ejlds. if Sell all your home grown Potatoes and buy your Seed PptatOSS at Eating Potato prices from me. I have Seven different varieties of Government Inspected Seed Potatoes that I can sell you at the right price. By changing MBS M sscaaasxxsraivBBBssa&mmKBSBKaBUM TO THE RAISE POTATOE V your stock and starting new, you can get better potatoes this year. Place Your Order Bar Before This Car Is Sold Out Now is the time to buy your and I have the best that can be had. When you want Feed for your Stock I bave itand the price can't be beat Hay, Corn, Oats, Horse and Mule Feed, Ship Stuff, etc. FEED 1 Flour I B Field. Seeds El I carry a complete line of Best Qualily BEST SEED OATS AT EITHER OF MY STORES caMHHBHnnMi CAN FILL YOUR ORDERS FOR When You Beat My Prices You Don.'t Get Quality Mt. Vernon Phone 56 wrsy 9 MS LrvirLgstoxi Phone 33 T "' O'j 9. "j,f""V KTwyr- - . ifiSA x 'i!!i: ri .ee ftit eqa til a A 'ii i ' 1 J '.'' '' as tegcaa it... Dry (. Goods .. jj i iTTTi'i' .i 11 1 ffi rf khMOti iSiUAt. linn ii n . tii..: ::::.! .4eacsa : vIE&aiO ''01 o 300 Hull k O e aw In addition to our complete line of Fresh Vegetables and Groceries we have added a splendid line of . , -- a o a o 1 a o , - Dry Goods Men's, Youths and Boys' Overalls 1VHUUINBE3Y SWANN HATS When Private Brown got back from France 0 at J.B. West Main Street CUMMINS On ftSiSAAAAAAAAA. tJ!t!T!!t On tho second floor, tuy daughter, 'M Us Miiy? belle Cummins lins a full lino of Liultou' and Children's Kosidy Trrmmed lints. : t ' eaw aaaaaaaaaaa The first thing he did was to come in and buy one of our . "SftlttxMtr'irtttSttftifl ahba-aaaaaa- SWANN HATS' "Oh.boy!" said he. No ...-- .. "You've no idea how good it is to get uader a regvlar hat again. e g You Men That-Lik- I To Kj more tin helmets fur mine! Show me the best in out wearing a new Sw ANN one of tho Spring Mod-el- s wo had just taken out of the box. He went Be Well Dressed Dress Shirts style, quality and price to suit you. the house." 1W have tlie most careful selected typo of in size, g M new ibapci ; They're beauties new shades: new ideas in trim mlngq, And SWANN quality,! . 0. ft:-,HW'W--VriWW:3tei-w- PlPQ to match any shirt you select. ARROW and ARROW-DKLUKETroy-Taylor- Better come In soon Q .... and have a ( g V Soft Collars. WORK SHIRTS and OVERALL made and dur.'iblc that are matchless in (utility and j)rice. DlltiSS SIIIUTS 50c and up. Good heavy Work Shirts for 90c, Over-Alland Over-Al- l Coats $2.25. Uuy and save money. s y SUITS- - Hwell W THE CASH STORE -T. k COMMISSIONER'S SALE. M Rockcastle Circuit Court. T. J..NiceIe&,Admr, of George W vs : Commissioner Sale. Frank Anderson, &c.; Defendants By victure of a judgment and and order of sale of the Rockcas tle Circuit Court, rendered at the February Term, lflio, there of, in the .above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court bouse door in Mt Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday. March, i7th, 1819, being regular County County day for said county, .between the hcurs of 9 o'clock a. m and 3 o'clock p. m., upoD a credit 01 six months the following described property, or sufficient thereof to, produce the sum of $49.10 and the cost of this action A tract of land located in Rock castle County, Kentucky, on the waters of Roundstone Greek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a beech and pop.lar in Boone's Hollow, just below the fallen rock, corner .of . the Rowan Henderson survey; thence with his lice S 80 E 55 poles to a dogwood and white oak; thence N 23 W -- 8 poles to a poplar; thence S 80 W 20 poles to :i chesnut oak; thence N 67 E 28 poles to two small spotted oaks: thence N E W 30 poles to a white ouk; thence N 7,s W 7 poles to a black oaK ana white oak; thence S 75 W 39 to a hickory and maple; thence a 20 w 23 poles and 18 links to a tum and tour wood; thonec 84 W 4 poles to a black oak, thence N 84 W 34 poles to a biacit oalc; thence b 24 B82JS poles to the beginning, containing about 28 acres, more or less Kor the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearine legal interest from day of sate until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bid ders will be prepared to comply promptly wun tiie-- .terms. e Deed. PJalntiff, JOHN. ROBINS k BUmKMI BBODHEAD More Shoes AT BROWN'S jr PLENTY OF FRESH THE QUALITY AND MeatsGroceries EVERY ONE KNOWS EVERY ONE KNOWS FEBLINO. and west by M lo. of Jam h lone hand. Some people play said Williams They do Maret; fronting-onot form'much ntt.ch- Street for a width of 26 - ft. and being O5 ft. in depth, and- being ment to the J"ce where they tho same lot deeded by the Mt live, and do not tyirtlcu.arly reVprn'on Telephone Co to S. B. gret leaving it If they have lo Ramsey, on tho 22nd day pr July, move. And no one weeps any 191C up and go. For tho purchase .prlco the tears when they flack execute bond, They respond to no calls for co purchaser must with approved surety, Dcarmp operation. And Ho ono feels nny legal interest from day of sale particular desirn to help them until nald ana Having me iorce along. The community gains Htid effect of a judgment. Biddots And presence. will bo prepared to comply little from their tl towu made up of that kind of promptly with these terms. people is a dwul one. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, There are those who feel an RockcaRtle Circuit Court. intense loyalty to their homo town and nil tho people living M FLTCIlt'.' there, to all its undertakings and enterprises. It U partly sentimental affection, partly a keen COM MISSNER'S SALE. sense of the practical business Rockcastle, Circuit:Court. value of cooperation and teamT. J. NichlEV. Admr, of Plaintiff, work. Mt. Vernon has a lot of Sakab Lf.k. these folks. Its progress is due vs. : commissioner's sale, Alice GKNTHY&C., Denfendants to them. They leol a cordial By virture judgment and interest in all our townspeople order of sale of the Rockcastle You can.depend upon their heart Circuit Court, rendered at the February term, 19I9, thereof, in support for any dinniunity pio the above cause, I shall proceed joct. Every local enterprise has to offer for sale at the court their backing. In so far as that house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., idea prevails the town will realto tho highest and best bidder, at ize its possibilities. public auction, on Monday, the When this spirit exists, it is 171I1 day of March, 1919, being regular County Court day for a genuine pleasure to. give pro said county, between the hour ference in all business dealings of 9 o'clock a. m , and 3 o'clock and purchase of material, to anyp. m., upon a credit of six thing' that comes from the home months, the following described property, or sufficient thereof to town. If a suit ol clothes sold produce $102.76 and the cost of here is just as good for the same One money, always buy it. this action: A tract of land located in might well buy it, even if it was Rockcastle County, Kentucky, a little inferior. But thanks to on the waters of Skeggs Creek ' - v. ..AKr,i-- . lour svienmu sutvnvu swiri's, wiai. Beginning at In'e corner of las Houk, Mrs. Fish and tho Rvans is poir community spirit and deland; thence with Mrs. Fish's ficient team work to buy stuff fence west to a little black oak out of town unless we know from standing near the fence on Sarah Lee's side, marked for a corner investigation that it is not to be between said Houk's - land and the had at home. When a towo has thus unified, piece sold to said Small Lee; thence south straight down the co opera'ive, reciprocity spirit of h' if passing a gum tree standing team work, you can't stop it. The on said Houk's laud: thence to the, Evans land thence with said compact mass of people working Evans land east to the beginning. for common ends, will beat out a containing about V acre, be the greater population whose energies same more or less, and is the are divided and scattered. same tract of land deeded the said Sarah Leo the 18th day of Sept. i895, by James Houk and W HY COLDS ARE DANGER- Matilda Houk. hiswife, which OUS deed is of 'record in Doed Book You are often told to ''beware 26. page 382. For the purchase." price the of a cold," but why ? Wo will must execute bond, tell you: purchaser Every cold weakens with approved surety, bearing the lungs, lawers the vitality and legal intorest from day of sale having tht force paves the way for a more seri until paid and and effect of a judgment. Bid ous disease. People who contract ders will bo prepared'Ho comply pneumonia first take cold The promptly with these lerms. longer a cod hangs on. the great G S. Crifpin, er the danger, especially irom Master Commissioner, the germ diseases, as a cold preRockcastle Circuit Court. pares the .system for the recep tion and development of the germs c f consumption, diptheria,scarlet fever and whoopiug cough. The mrrj quicker you get rid of your cold, tho less the danger of contract ing one of the diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a gretit reputation as a cure for coldo aud can be depended upon. It is pleasant to take. 11 f iii ams Street; FRIDAY. frAftOKJ. J919. ii ' - rnd ca tho soith HOME TOWN" . Utt3flK4ttnm Children Cry for Fletcher's ssn "NNxvvxNxvvc;cojvaxvvvsxccaccaKsixiC!XiAXs. The kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- t&ffirtj&Aj- - sonal SUP65011 since Its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-goo- da Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS &L&&&Z&U In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought H KVU THK CtNTAUH COMPAMV. VOWK C IT V. ... .tW i" mi'1! " ? Take Advantage of High Cream Prices e Cream is vjorth more today than it has been for many years. Are you getting all you can out of your milk? Don't allow butter fat to get away from you, for every drop represents money. Don't Risk Using an Old or Unreliable Cream Separator "If you are not 'sure that your cream separator is skimming clean, or if you arc still trying to get along without one Let Us Show You a Lily In the Lily, lasting qualities arc first considerations. Every bearing is automatically oiled by splash from the reservoir of oil in the gear chamber. When you add fresh oil, the old dirty oil is automatically drained out without wasting any new oil. All sediment or foreign matter that may have gotten into the gear chamber accidentally is drained out immediately so that the oil in the gear chamber is always clean. Come in and let us show you the rest of the Lily features, ' ErTVYNSVsSSSM $ For Weak Women Shafer 5 Roberfs k?SCX BKr?NdT!cead K3JMCV6aHBwKWat la uae for over 40yM! Thousands 0! voluntary letters from womea, telling of the good Cartel hu done them. Thta te the best proof 0! the value of Cardul. It proves that Cardui is agood medicine. for women. Thtre areno harmful or Strugs ta Cardul. It is composed only of mild, medicinal Ingredients, with no bad habit-forming aftsr-etfec- ts. COMMISSIONER SALE. Rockcnstlo Circuit Court. STKHIENS & MUNCEY, OLD AGE STARTS )' ON BROWN I WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Science says that old rr IiokIiis with weakened kidneys and digestive or&ana. This beliiR true. It Is r.isy to belluvo that by keeping tlie kldncja and digestive organs cleansed nnd In proper working order old age can bo deferred and life prolonged far beyond that enperson. joyed by the uvcr-igFor over 200 yeuri GOLD MIIDAIj Haarlem Oil bus bton iclluvlni; tlio weaknesses unit disability due to learn. It Is a standard horn remedy nnd needs no Introduction. UOI.H MKHAI, Haarlem Oil la Inclosed In odorless, tasteless eapsnloi containing about ! drnpt fieli. T.il.o them a you would n pill, with u small old-ti- Plaintiffs, MAIN o ST. NOTICE! ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT Call Term 8th day of February, I919 Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Missouri Pattorsou, Gaurdian, etc., Plaintiff, vs: Commissioner's Rale. Dovio Ramsey, &c, Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the February Term, 19I9, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court houso doOr 4nMt. Vernon Ky . ut public auction, on Monday ". .a, h .a. a u. " 9i, uoiof eg ma. County Court day for said county, between the hours of 0 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m.. iipou a credit of six months, the following described property, to wit: One bouse and lot located in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Co. Ky., and known as the Mt. Vernon Telephone Exchange property, which has a two story building thereon, and in bounded on the north by a let owned by J. J, Lawrence; oa the ast by Will- - U. S. UB1FFIN, CARDUI A 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-o- March, I9I9, to ascertain the will of the electors of said County on the question of "Are you in favor of voting a Road Tax for the purpose of constructing and improving 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: f 20-ce- nt I v u.k 1 ,' S. F. .BOWMAM, C.R.C.C. V Emme'JtQuinn. &c, Defendants. by virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered ut the February Term, i9ig, thereof, in the above cansc, I shall proceed to offer for sulo at the court bouse door in Mt. Vernon, Ky , to the highest and best bid dor, at public auction, on Monr day, March 17th, 1919, being county court day for said TAKE county, between tho hours of 9 o'clock a. in., and 3 o'clock p m., upon a credit of six months, the following described property or so mush thereof as will pro duco tho sum of $30.46, with from tho nth day ol July, 19I4, until paid, subject to a Tfee Womtn's Tonic credit of $15 00 paid Dec. 30, 1914, and the cost of this action: You can rely oa Cardul, A tract ot land located in RockSurely it will do for you WA castle County, Ky , near Livingwhat it has dpae tor so ston, and bounded as follows: many thousand,, beginning at two poplars and women! usnqwa a black oak standing on tho "I was taken 'kk, north of Uriah Grosham's house, about one mile from same; tlionuo writes Mrs. Mary E.Vtc. S 76 polos crossing the State At Madison HsigMsYa. road at 15 poles to two white "I got down M'lwssk, YA oaks: thenco 66 W 81 poles to a stone at tho root of a fallen whlto oak; thenco North 132 read QM,' pojes to a stake; thence to the aadaHffUldagWket- containing 50 acres, taking quite , or balers mqre or less. Excluded trom I jfU, I Mt rftue&vjssJttr. this tract of land is tho amount took 3 or 4 botdes at sold James Wbitaker by Susan Mist toe, and was able to V do my work. I take It In . Pattorsou, Sept 2, 1O12 For the purchase price tho fts spring when runpurchaser must executo bond down. I had no appetite, with approved suroty, bearing and I eommsneed sating. legal intorest from day of sale ItislbsbMt tofliclcrec until paid and having tho forco saw.' TryCsnhd. Wa and effect of a judgment. Bid. ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. reg-ulu- Susn Pattekson, vs : commissioner's sale. swallow nf water. Tho oil stimulate! the kidney action and enables the orifins to Hi row off the poisons which c.iuse premuturu old auv. New life and strength Incru.ne as you continue the tri'tilmont When completely reaiored continue tal.uur a cipuule or two each day. CiOM) .MIMAL. Iliarlcm Oil Capsules will keep ou In hialtli and visor and prevent a return of tho dlscaso. IK not wilt until obi nee or disease have nettlc--1 down for Rood, Go to your druKUlst and KOt a box of GOLD MKDAI. llanrlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded If they do not help you. Three sires. Hut remember to ask for the original Imported (iOI.D MI.'DAL. brand. In sealed packages. cvcvc:u?fcik'm."'Ls N February 8, OTI C E! 9i9, Pursuant to a resolution passed at its special Term; of the Rockcastle Fiscal Court, I, the undersigned; Sheriff, will cause a poll to be opened in each of the respective voting precincts of Rockcastle County between the hours of 6ofclocka.m. and 4 o'clock p.m., on the 15th day of March, 1919, for the purpose of submitting the question to the voters: Are you for a Property Tax of 20 cents on each $100.00 worth of property in the County of Rockcastle, to be levied each year for a period of five years, for the purpose of improving the public roads or bridges ot said County, or either or both of them? i Pi M v g AlDraffisU J. S. LANGFORD, Sheriff of Rockcastle County. G. S. GUIHI'IN. Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. February 12, 1919. MT. VEKNON SIGNAL. FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1919. K,n;mfra.kitM jxxrr.tmxMKrrtrmttirmn RED YOU SHOULD KNOW 1 mm fclr'T CDitlrisutcd. J I 13 haMk e E u sis eg T? o o c'j ITA Tl y o 7ar Council en Retirement Announces Cuh ' r.J Supplies OF LIVINGSTON, KY. i on.ttr.S WILL ivr rsi-- "CARRY ON." I j Cata! Fifteen Thousand Dollars Thousand Dollars Deposits Fifty-on- e Thiriy-Tw- o Thousand Dollars loans No money loaned to officers or Directors (with oilier officers or Direct. r as snrity). !" to', . . t! s ". l.iIi .al-- n LcaJcr tf P.aca Orcviliatlon. Dr. V .i ..it .i i.d World Wldo Plan II 1. 1. International Cress Commission. F.irrflnd Permanent In ' ( .iv'hI.) Henry P. Mmlo more than all expenses First Six Months. I lax the only Sate Deposit Hox Safe in county. .burglar and Kire Proof Safes. Has Two Willi 5 Yale Time Locks. Mo-do- 'liiillliiiin Initios tin1 follow-- : Imhi f llio Wnr s !((!. ii'iil mi ln'linlf llctl Onus: tni-l- l of ll e Ai.ifik-iit lilt I Ulp'iMltl lM.llll ' A I. W AYS l". OT MON BY TO T I. O A N' FIRST STATE BANK NO T T VO Y V. A It S O I, D Y K Stop T ing first move in a winning battle of life Is made when sav-Clllvl begins. It I T" -- veloping traits that will insure success, comfort and m m tetUml mi Ham g will educate you ftnaada -- typd&r happiness. Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. J Bank of Mt. Vernon USE White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants. Made from selected Red Winter A trial will convince you Made Only by Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Crab Orchard Milling Co CRAB ORCHARD, KY. The Normal Department ZZZZZHZ OF THE 1 Mt Vernon Graded and High School Is Now In Session All the subjects embraced in the Common Special Sohool Curriculum are ottered. work will bo given in Agriculture and Kuril's "Tho Science and Art of Teaching" Students may enter at any timo. ' Tuition Review Course $3C0 a month. High School Ainortonn .oil Ciuiis iiiipn'titPil lv 1'ivMilfnt Wll III. 1UI7, to curry on tin 'n ii i ii mt! ill no Acicr.ciin I'.oil Cross lur 'K i.ii wiir. ii 'loir rcli:i"t mill lij nie of llo ii Ciiiimiittoo, censo. t ml. 'i ''il, IViiriiiiry -- 3 vn "Iiiinii'iiliitoly tin nrniNtloo . ii r Council Innilliitoi irni'il ilio miles in iloiornilno wlu-f- i tlio strict wotili i wur work of imp loon su ;ii'ii'till iiiuluroil to oil ilile llio illrivi mi of iilTiilrs to lit" ro , .lliioil by tlii itoniHinunt stuff. i'. n.ivlson, lioins In I'urls wIiimi tl.. irniMIci' was slcnoil. suiuiiiouoil of :i ciinforonco tlicro of tlio lit-- ISiil Cross Comnilssioiin In Hump After cm n ciinvns-- i the situation. lor'irj nil tlio f.ictors It win .,n. ' to oiiiIjo tlio tr.iiisttloii o roli I. 'llo ory fortinmto rlmlr l)r I. Mil .sun rniTiitiil us 1n no i liiilriiiun of iho (Vhtial Coiuniltto. mil llioioby llio poriur.ni'iit chief ex oHIIvo of tlio Roil Cum, makes poss ulo tlio ciiiisiiiiitnutloii of tills plnn 1111 tin " ,fii:'Lil co"ollins ft .M.ir Auf'rtrf hv IVic "Poliillt'il reports to Concross and h Dinplolo nmlll of lis iiccoiints by tin Wnr Department will constitute ttn llnnl record of Keil C'ros activity dur Altliouxli It lins beoi uj; tlio .war. tlio i tile to r::il;o public all expend lures when uutlioriJi'il und to hImj dt ailed Information relative to all woi" undcrtiiken, tin-- War Council In turn ln over Its lev.ion.sllillltles to Dr. Fat rand and Ids associates doMre to plw I brief resume of lied 'Cross wnr tlmi activities to the American people, ti whom the lied Cross belong, and whose generous contributions liavo made pos slble all tbut lias been accomplished. "During the past nearly twenty-oumonths the American people have qlvon In cnsli and supplies to the American lied Cioss more than 000,000. No value can bo placed upon of service which the contributions have been Klu'ii without stint and of irntlmes at (,'reut sacrltlce by million-n- f our people. "The effort of the American Itei' Cross In this wnr has constituted bj far the largest voluntary Klfts of money, of hand and heart, ever con trlbuted purely for the relief of hu man suffering. Through the Red Cro lie heart and spirit of the wholt nierlcan 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 supremo Ideals of our national life. "Kverjone who lins had any part In this war effort of the Hed Cross Is entitled to congratulate himself. No thanks from anyone could be equal In vnlue 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 American 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 0,000,000 school children additional. Tho chief effort of the Red Cross during the war tins been to care for our men In service and to aid our army nnd navy wherever the Red Cross may be called on to assist. As to this phnse of the work Surgeon General Ireland of the V. S. Army recents ly said: 'The 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 Frnnce has naturally been upon an exceptionally large scale where service has been rendered to the American Army and to tho French Army and the French people ns well, the latter particularly during tho trying period when the Allied World was waiting for the American Army to arise In force and power. Hospital emergency service for our army In France hns greatly diminished, but the Red Cross Is still being called upon for service upon a large scale In tho great base hospitals, where thousands of American sick and wounded nro still receiving nttentlon. 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 und supply service which was the primary business of the Red Crosr during hostilities. The Army Canteen service along the lines of travel "' Hnr Council of tin- - s kcluitlly Increased since ihe arii.istii'e. "As for work fti.mng the French people, now that hostilities have censed, the French themselves naturally prefer ns far ns posslblo lo provide for their own. It has accordingly been determined that the auldlng principle of Red Cross policy In Finnce henceforth shnll be to. have punctilious regard to lis oery responsibility, but to dlrocl to assisting lis efforts primarily Frencli rellof societies. The liberated and devastated regions of France hnvo been divided by the government Into suinll districts, each olllclully assigned to a designated Fiench relief organt-- , zntlnn. "The American Red Cross work lu Frnnce Vns Initiated by a commission of eighteen men who landed on French shores June 13, 1017. Slnco then some 0,000 persons have been upon the rolls In France, of whom 7,000 were actively engaged when the armistice was signed. An Indention of the pres-ent sciile.of the work will bo obtained from the met that the services of 0,000 persons nre still required. "Our American Kxpedltlonnry Force having largely evacuated Kngland, the activities of the lied ross Commission there are naturally upon a diminishing Bcale period. Active operations are still In progress In Archangel and Siberia. "The work In Italy has been almost entirely on behalf of the clvlllnn population of Unit country. In the critical hours of Italy's struggle Ihe American people, through tlu-lRed Cross, sent ii practical messacj of sympathy and ellof, for which tlio government and 'icoplu of Italy have never ceased to pross their gratitude. Supplies and Personnel to NeaV East "Tlio occasion fur sueli concentra Ion of effort In 1 aly, Knaland. He' "ii tn and own Jn F' since hsiWw; until: i!ly and normally diminished II h: poJslble to divert supplies a"' it'rsnm.ol In largo fensiiro to the n' if those people In tlio Near I'ast w 'iavo hitherto been limcecsslMe to oil' ildo assistance, but whoso stiffor'n mve boon upon mi npi'iillltig sen I 1'ho needs of theso peoplis are so government nlono run meet the' mt tho American Keil Cross Is iiinkb in effort to relieve Immediately tl 1 r -mi-h- xxt i i 51 gsrr-- - xs2g A SXZZX't I t IKS . 8 'Build Home First jj 8 s i slogan for the las' two years ha been "Win tho War." Wo have accomplished that, and tlio slogan now is, " Build a Home," The human heart Inn no allVction more enduring than tho love of, homo, No normal human being knows the full mens uro o.f contentment until ho becomes a dweller within a comfortable homo of his very own. The boys who have borne the blunt of t'.ie war's hardships are coming back with a nnw and deeper love for homo. If tho question were put to them they would answnr unanimously, 'PIIE J t " Huild a Homo Kirnt." 8 o I ntn endeavoring to, make my ollice the center for reliable advice in building and repairing Come hi and see mo 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. have If you need wood fiber plaster or Portland Cement, just received a car, I S. T. PROCTOR tvj i i ?fTya -r-r-vy- TTVt ?- - v?tx- - j t tvt ;:; 1' '.fn.i (Slll'lllinttKTTOsT -- ., aw ov .'isc. ,f;,r.- r."w. voikors has boon to car llnllj needed siipplbs and to Willis winter In thoai'oi:s l:.i'!;ii!i con In order to their n lltlcs, a Italknu oiuiiinlssion has hoi stnbllshed, i with headnuiirti'rs 'tome, Italy, from vblch point, aim ill Ihe Ilalkan centers can bo rendu romptly. "A coinmii-'slohn Just reached 1' and with doctors ami nnrsps. modi' applies, and food for slcl; ililhlii ind Invalids. An Amorlrnn l'oil (V 'oiumlsslon hns also been iippo'n'-nld In rellevin;: ihe sufforlii of It dan prisoners still con lined In (Scrum irlson cumps. r "An Important commission Is st' working In Palestine. Thrniu'b t' war special has In- :lvon to the Armenian nnd Syrian I lef Commission, which whs the o'u igoncy able to carry r?llof In the Ii erlor of Turkish dnmluli ns Red Crocs WillContlnue. "Red Cross effort Is thus f.ir lltin It will continue to be so. Rut th. movement represented by tills woil has likewise assumed nnlntlumlophu in the dally life of our people at bomi The army of workers which has boot recruited and trained during the wai mist not be demobilized. All our ex perlence In the wnr shows clearly tltn here Is an unlimited Held for servlci of the kind which ran be performed with peculiar effectiveness by the Rod Cross. What Its future tusks may h W. It Is yet Impossible to forecast. know that so long as there Is an Amci lean army In tho field the Rod Cro r ivlll have a special function Jo "Nothing could be of grunti'i iinpor mice to the American Red Cross thai the rhms JHt set In motion by the flvi wilt Rod Cross societies of the world to develop a program of extended ae llvltles In the Interest of humanity The conception Involves not alone ef forts to relieve humnn sulTeTliig, lnp to prevent It; not alone a innvemon liy the people of un Individual u.it lie but an attempt to arouse nil . ople i a sense of their responsibility for ll welfare of Ihelr fellow beings 'throi.gt out the world It Is u program boil Ideal nnd pracllcal. Ideal In that ll supremo nlui Is nothing less than vei Halite "Pence on earth good will ti men," nnd practical In Hint It seeks n lake moans and measures which art actually available and mako lheii( ef feet he In meeting without delny the crisis which Is dally recurrent lu the lives of nil peoples,. "For accomplishing Its mission Ii tlio j ears of peaco which must III abend of us the Red Cioss will rcquln tho ablest possible leadership, und must enjoy the continued sftpport, syui pnthy, nud participation In lis wort, of the whole Amerlcnn people. It Is particularly fortunate that such a mnn hs Dr. I.hlufston Furrand should hnvo been selected ns the pcrirmnent bend of tho organization. The unstinted fashion In which all our people'gnve of themselves throughout the war It? Ihe best assurance that our Red Cross uUl continue to receive that which will make Its work a source of pride and Inspiration to every American." Mr. Davison, as chairman of tbe International Commission of the American Red Cross, has undertaken to represent the American Red Cross In tbe preparation of th program for extended Red Cross activities, and will spend the next several months In Europe In consultation with other Red Cross societies for that purpose, THE WAR COUNCIL OB" TIJB AMERICAN RED CROSS. Henry P. Davison. Chairman. , poi-fo- fe rTIHE high standard this bank X has set for itself in the con duct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances, 3 e this institution is one of helpfulness. of The spirit 'We should like to number you amoung our patrons.. PEOPLES BANK S co9eeottooeoaioeoc!i0tttte9ovtQQaeno0ftts:l sjj"x;;;j;;tootttttotttioftittttjfwwwwtjnMiiwjjwwj-wjww- v ii : : : : : ttstt:::fJ-:::::t:::::::::::::!j::?t!M:::!:::iit:!T::xi::::"::; : Call and see us before buying your We Field.GoldSeeds Medal Seed handle THE SURE GROWING KIND Red-Cros- , Orchard Grass 90c Tested Oats J. I Timothy F. Red Clover Red Top 27 oo 2.35 500 500 GRIFFIN un nm wm 11 hi un Phone I I : 51 U: ::::::::s:!:UH::::::::::::H:::s! laauiiiMiiiiiiirMTTiir 1 .... rt&fccfc$ L. W. BETHURUA ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VKRNON, UV. Will practice in all the, courts. Office on Church Street DR. WALTER Dentist iMWVieV' ?y if MT. VKUNON, Tinker's Stors 'KENTUCKY m $4.00 still is u. o. The fellow who does not believe in advertising may get all the business The World moves, and he who stands either crushed or lejt behind. yi$x$io& v3aafocG CASTORIA CASTQRIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR wants, but watch the crowds and see if you don't think he is easily satisfied.' c MKI BLURR3D FIUNT r i h.Mt.Vetnon Signal hlT. yKRNSN KYj Ma-M- s - Jlsr 7, 4919 9 .f .iSEaileJ'm Jiui7fif wlthaiQNAL touievitll A NeHiU.C R.fl.Mf' $ 22 TIME TABL. 4.57 p nortn 24 north ... 8:35 28 south 12:35 p ra 21 cJouth . 12:45 am Jas. Landrtjk, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered u t the teeond-ele- Mt Vernm, Ky. Poetoflee mill metier. PKRHONAL . Dwight Bowman Is in Bereft on business today. Mrs. Sarah Maret. of Wildie section is with her daughter, Mrs. J. Msh. Carter McDowell .waa down from Hast JBernstadt Tuesday on butiuess. Mike Kine. of Ricn'mond. has been here on a visit to his aunt, Mrs. Sam Cox. W. T. Davis has bought the Henry Bowman property on West Main and moved to it last weoK. Mrs. R.E Thompson has to her home after a visit to her mother, Mrs. W If Poyn-teed r. Sam Cox was In Corbin during the week visiting his brother. Bftacw ht FoSalh: Aeoodwork mare, end had no ah wko live Luther See J. B. Cummins or Mrs. (Clara . , cm the Ww a nlesfor jJOFL , mw. .m wvtv wu, eflV vOtt' varniwai. wist a A aplwwH article & Me road Mules Fott 8alh:-W- ork Itor ! mules sideraMee tb UlV nneMtkm wMMeeiva! !fre Bobt boat tsA hands high. Call on one better road. Now, fcffither hard to ret over the Mer:or Alto, bat arjrlved too lite for W. 8 Robins, 5 miles south-wts- t fick--s promising that Is ttpfreNt of Mt Vernon, Which, we regret publicetiod, the oeBdissuc earned t MpgMtaKi very much. For Sals: Rhode Island Red be four road built OniM.T,1 ei- -frrtawry eggs $1.00 per setting of fifteen. Vernon and after it Dear Editor: la lag waa done towra ':wm. to W. T. Hicks. Mrs. election-- 1 the 20 voted Somerset, and we areciMtae Wildie. Ky eeut road tax.'jaSr eHmeJ teoolo in tbo Level G mmr and rrly. the final eleotieft ' eatae. up it Wanted: Men or women to Quail sections was treated looked to be too geed a thing for take orders among friends "and it tho road had oaly ftwmq a mile, me to vote against, bo I did not neighbors for the genu I no guar- ro from Mt VernOn iamfr di tion ana wioy got as n fJO-,anteed hosiery, full line for men, vote at all. This time I am for womon and rhildren. Eliminates as was built In anyol KteRrec: it. We hid a little meeting darning. Wo pay 50c an hour tion they would have befifcUi nt Cove Thursday night and the spare time or $24 a week for full fled to the extent that itfjfculd, voters that were there were for time. Experience unnecessary. haVe heard no word of cettataiBt ' Stocking It is. not a question int bMMlndfl Writer International it. of these people whether Ve'roadi Mill, Norristown, Pa. Reap't, funds were squandered ec spent J. W. RtDDLK. HAS HAD STOMACH TROU- judiciously bat they kaW they didn't get a square deal, The BLE FOR SEVhiN YEARS. The Big Mt.Vernon Fair will hold Theodore Sanford of Fenmore, people of Brodhead are sittms to ite exhibition oh Aug. Mich., has had stomach trouble see better roads toward tittMaad hi Neither time ndr money will be for seven years aud could not Level Green and will 6. spared this year in making this eat vegetables or fruit without their power in that direew- -, tat cant do'anythittg Fair the largest we have ever pain in the stomach and restless we assurance that wenB$ there wBibe By taking Chamberlain's is We are going to offer larg nights had. Tablets he is now able to eat funds and we cannot gtfTaeaa eraad better premiums for farm vegetables or fruit without caus uuless the coming electiem carproducts and Rockcastle County ing pain or sleeplessness. If ries. We are quite snre that a Stock. We are striving to offer troubled with constipation or great majority ot the; 'voters understand the premiums that will especially in- indigestion give these tablets a around us don't main issues and we wa'at to offer trial. They are certain to prove terest Rockeaatia'Couaty. this explanation of thei'skuatioa beneficial. Chg. C. Davis.' Secy. as we see it. We are now pfcytag Mrs. J. C. Moore, who is one 20 cents on each one nandrea A friendly rivalry contest good christian dollars worth of taxable property Vernon- and Brod of Mt. Vernon's the Mt. women, comes as near living not toward onr bonded iftdetyedneu, head Baptist Sunday Schools is and we will continue tfypay thia for herself but for others, as any amount whether tbe! flection caron. It started two weeks ago ,Hor ries or not, as theeleotioa , wo have known. and will last until April. Last person greatest pleasure comes in doing nothing at all to do With ttu part Sunday Mt. Vernon had 159 in try- of it,. Weoweadebtaadtbis'is attendance and $6:27 collection. for those who need help and ing to make others happy, On the way we mean to payk. then Brodhead had i48 in attendance we are now paying aiajheriao and $2.97 collection. Sunt Mead Thursday night of last week she cents for general road purposes, ows, ol Mt. Vernon, says tney gave a surprise party in honor and this 20 cents will no longer be-gof-wo- Mallim 'a pair of --- ?. Ba,,B " towJriNir? n AB! rT 1 1 .... -- .. eSeV Mr MS .$' le DRESS UP THE BOYS ARE COMING HOME! 'i . - 5. 11 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 dressup for the job they have just completed. ' n - This store 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. 4 "ISaf wfionf aray JTirwnffiB lr - announcingthe . .j doing well. Mr. and Mrs,. A. B Furnish are now resident of Newport, Ky. . Mr. Furnish is in the real , estate busines. V. J. Sparks has been confined to his room most of the week, u pretty sick man. He is better today.we are glad to report. Uncle John French received a postal from his grandson, Silas, postmarked, New Port News, Va He had just landed from overseas Wqrd wig received Wednesday head is expecting as many or more. The contest is being watched with especial inteiest even by those of other denomina tions. McOfiry at theirrb6wvone of the western counties of the state. Miss Jeslo Mae Brown, of Nashville, Tenn., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Bowman. Miss lirown visited her sister, Mrs. D Edgar Allen whilo Rev. and Mrs. Allen lived here a fewyenrs ago. , dthof,Mjav H The oversea casualty list of this Wednesday cattiod the name being of William Perciful as wounded. Bill was discharged at Camp Taylor Tuesday and was here yesterday enrouto to Harlan County coal fields. Miss Kie Williams, of Mount Vernon, Ky., is the guest of Mrs. T. K Arnold, on West New York Avenue. Miss Williams is the only daughter, and a very hand, some type of womanhood, of Judge and Mrs. Casper Williams, of Kentucky, who were married at the parental homo of Mrs Arnold, This is in Louisville, Kentucky visit to. Miss Williams' first Florida. At Daytona she is stopping with Miss Butner on Grand View Avenue. DeLand, (Fla) Daily News. LOCAL e PROGRAM. The following program will be given at Boone WV opera house, next week. Monday and Tuesday nights, musical motion pictures. See display ad elsewhere in this is sue. Price o and 0;ct - Wednesday l in i rJrt-,flft- K fith'Ai'Great Co e,'lf; wTCdrarna: A. 'Cox, 'Lizzie Cress.' Mesrs. The first cart of this wonderful LoRoy. Huffman, Raraey Richard, production was made in England Julian Miller, John (Albright, and the finish was made in Lewis Miller, Robert Fish, ArAmerica. Cast the . same as thur Cooper. Karl Cox, Dick Cox, "Hearts of the World." They Geo. McKenzie, Claud Cox, Bent-lemade this picture while producSparks, C. V. Cox. J. C. ing "Hearts of the World." AdMoore. mission 20 aud 30 cts. " , Friday and Saturday nights the regular shows, at the popular " prices, 10 and 15 cts. This is the best progaam ever shown at Boone Way Opera nijffiK: day. Through the courtesy of Miss Anna Belle Stewart, the reception was held at Langdon school. The refreshments served were bountiful and only such as Mrs Moore would prepare. Those present wero: Misses Dessie Niceley, Bonnie Niceley, Celia Hiatt, Christine Davis, Virginia Crawford, Helen Aultman, Mary Gibson, Miranda Baker, Sallle Price, Margaret Welch, Ada Brown, Annette Cox, Grace Cox, Basel Johnson, Susie Thomp Mes- son, 'Anna: Belle, Sta-rt- . " W each are also paying 5 cent.' one hundred aollajra of 'taxable property for bridgM ;apd this amount will remaif tJUMaiae, so it is easily seen MBfM t$e event the election carriP iW rate of taxation for road fwrposiswlll be no the same we are now' pa--more, no less, 'and t J the amount we have been payiag.since? toe bona issue carried.. cal Court has done to convince the voter district will share each other in the diat the funds according,' 1 SuitivJei JtoMgopnM i. "ivv. . jiiHT-aVHcT?rV p S.lF55tf CAWrtftO". '. tE2 "a THE CASH 8TORE BETWEEN THE BANKS tbadl . nri Our manager of the Lancaster opera house run tbis picture 'last week. Mr, Romans says: "It is the best be has ever had." What became of the funds from the $100,000 bond Issue? Were they wasted? These questions are being asked by many. House! Mr. Romans, CfienfeTe Grows! Not Upon .Promises Upon Performances WE ARE PIONEERS IN but . . I small 8 year old For Saw. C. A. Davis, mule cheap. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Lost: Nose glasses shell ring attached to chain and pin. Finder please return to MrsJ. W. A Brown. Some of the highest priced to bacco sold on Richmond market this year was raised by Per Rigs-by- , of the Htatt section of this county. a clipping from the "Scientific Explore'r" whereby the government had perfected an instrument that could locate moneys our names do not annear in 'and precious jewels for miles If our dally paper quite often, we around. Also that the govern-becomdUgusted with the sheet ruent would soon have these in and insist that somebody ought struments located in the raoun to start n live paper and let folks 'tains of Kentucky, where it is If wo, claimed so many have their mon-arknow what is going on mentioned in a compliment ey hidden away in the rocks and however.evcry- - .cliffs. Rockcastle is one of tho ary way else is disgusted with us first counties wbore the machine body and there you have it. should bo placed in operation. and -- It May Concern: parties furnishing goods or merchandise to Joe Taylor will do so at their own risk, unless fame is ordered by mo. in pen on or in writii g. F. E.v Mju.hu, Committee for Joe Taylor. To Whom All Hero is the situation. With thut fund there has been graded 32 miles of roud within the county, .with bridges and culverts and 5 or more miles aiucadamized and two or more miles graveled From investigation iij developed that no "Other Kentucky county has made as good a showing for While the amount expended. some mistakes were made, which s unav.iiablo in all undertakings worth while, results justify the expenditures made upon Rockcastle roads. It is unfortunate that many will condemn things without proper investigation, or no investigation at all. Any business man, or citizen, who will take the path of inves tigation, will find tbo about statements true. Information on the subject can bo had from tho.De partraent of Public Roads, Frank, Dry OFeam ngr and Dgeinj In business since 1836 PROMPT DELIVERIES The TeasdaTe Co. 625;627 Walnut Street CINCINNATI, OHIO BR OD H'EAD '4o'.leertKey7jrtM nui Kany uut vimir pruiuise .u.inc letter. some say tbat tne.present Court may carry out all they have agreed to but before five years thero will be changes by reason of their term of office having expired and that the next Court may raise our taxes. T.be Fiscal Courts are composed ot men, men who own property, men who pay taxes, men that aro no more anxious to pay burdensome taxes than you are, men that cannot impose a tax burden upon others without imposing a like- burdeu upon themselves, then why argue We were recent-lin this fashion? talking to our good friend. O F. Hamm, who lives in Spiro Bromo section, and Mr, Hamm said. "When I lose confidence in the county officials, those who have been elected by the) people to manage the county's affairs, I will leave the county", and if everybody would do that there would be some moving done right away for we know men who says they have no confidence in the management of our county and none We alo have in themselves. businesf men, merchants, who are fighting low down the coming election, yet they expect those who patronize them to drive miles thru the mud and over allkinds of bad roads to spend their hard earned money with them. Such progressive merchants should be boycotted for they understand tbo law and know it is to their best interests, vet they let their prejudice rule them and will stand for what they know to bo a dis advantage to their patrons. y so rproclous now-r- . Dr. Pennington', of London, was" down Tuesday to see Hugh Clark, who is very sick. The L- & N. Railroad Co. is putting down a concrete platform at the passenger depot here and a few days ago they installed a stationary boiler. They are washing engines here instead of sending them to Covington or Corbin. Just watch us come to the front Now if we had electric lights and we hope we will get them soon. Mat had the misfortune' to get his leg broken Monday while trying to get off a moving freight train. Maurice Cottongim who is breaking out of Corbin on tbo O V. Division, was with home folks last week. Mrs.J. W. Tate and daughter, Miss Miranda, of were here between Brodhead, trains Friday enroute to Richmond. Mrs. G. S. Griffin was very painfully barned about tho face an arms Monday by trying doeBbTt'look Tra-villio- n heater with fife -.a She is ".mud? better at this time. E. Bullock, of Hans, ford, has announced his candidacy for tho Legislature and we havo been informed that Ben Hel- lard is going to make the race also So we think business is going to pick up in old 'Rockcastle soon. Mrs. Georgia McClure is having her' oroperty repaired. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. K. Drummond, who have been quite sick for some time, are improving. Mrs. J. L. Hughes and little son, of Corbin, are visiting her father, Thomas Farley, this week. Mr. and Mrs. OIlie Bourno wero In London lat ter part of last week. C. J. Rice, who has been on the sick list for quite a while, is much better. Roscoe Gregory has been trans, ferred to Ravenna' James Maret formerly of Mt. vernon. but now to start l- coal oil. a resident of Winchester, .the .. Boone WayJtiooster, the' man that made it possible to place the Dixie and Boone Way on the map in the mountains, the man who began years ago and kept up the fight until this good moment, the man tbat had walked thousands of miles until he was presented by his many friends with an. auto, named Dixie, after burning tho midnight oil for quite a while to devise ways to accomplish his purpose by which his much coveted road could be built, is about to see his dreams fulfilled. Tbis Maret was through here a few nights ago. But why he hid not come in the day so his friends could get a glimpse of hi"n, we aro unable to nnderstand, but as be is in the middle of lots of road work we will lot bitn down light this time. TV ::s::tsttf?::::s::s: 8 D RUMttONI CASH GROCERY STORE iI -n- rVTATVT--OGrTXT--- f . n Overall Crown SYSTEM UNION MA!DE Made by The Crewn Overall Mfg. Co.,Ciucinnati,Q. V. GENUINE DYE 200 Denim 8 02. Highest Grade Overall Made BEST FLOUR tort. Wo are reliably informed by a fellow townsman that ho noticed e too-ofto- n A great deal is being said about the road election that is to take place the 1 sth, and while we are unable to seo how any man can not see it is to his best interest tfo voto for it, still wo are reminded of what an old neighbor 'said a number of years ago, "Everybody don't see alike or they would have all wanted Jane." Now Jane was his wife and hod everybody seen just like the writer, Jane would havo been left in the world to battle through life alone, so we can see how it is possible lor men to differ in their opinions and yet bo honest with themselves. We are very positive, however that if tho voters understood exactly the law and then had any sort of confidence ii. management of the funds hereafter there would not bo a disseutiDg voto It is rather natural for those who are opposed to tho issue to bay. "It is easy to see why ho is for tbo road tax, be lives on the tioono Way and owns an automobile"; but I want to say that he would he for it stronger if LIVINGSTON Hugh Clark, son of John Clark, is very low with double pneumonia following tho flu, Mrs. George Smith has returned from Corbin, $1.30 BEANS per bag MEAL 75C per bag 82 c lb PAI KFrccTHtsERip or do not give perfect satisfaction X after a few days visit with her mother. CL- - Hughes has moved his family in to the property of Mrs. Sue Mullin, on Main atreot. J. S. Calloway has retiiroed from Richmond where be has been in the hospital for the ptst week. He Is taking a treatment from the Miss Ella Mae Drs. Gibsons. Blanford has roturued from a few days' visit with relatives at Sam Hollard has Purksvllle. moved his family to Ravenna and will make that city their futuro home.- - BUI Rider, the hustling merchant has moved a store into our town and believe us he ,is miking Romo howl. Flour has fallen from f 1.50 per sack to as low as $1.30. We 6y. let the we dlnd't live on tho Boone Way good work go on. A biscuit SYRUP 80c per gal. Potatoes $L60 per bu. MEAT, 22c per lb. LARD 25c per lb. Paj Cash and Sav? the Difference In All Sizes For Sale bv the following SCHAFER & ROBERTS BRODHEAD. KY. X SUTTON 8c McBEE KY. MT.VEUNON. J; P. E. DRUMMOND LIVINGSTON. KY. GET THEM AT W.E, PERKINS CK A B ORCHARD, KY. .:! i Drummond' s iUUUIUlUUUIUUilU "C LIVINGSTONW VTLZ1 "ir. KHirt- -, 7mm niii.tmiimiiii U ' tlwl-P- n : Qnnh.T)mtm tTrtntifV . Ssj e uuuiai- -, 1.: v & Wn ,- - Vlrcrtntn. T" rj. K V y IrT r ' v.iiHl"i'ii-ni- ii ii'ni W.in in i 11 mm if OB ra UO iV-n- f ', TriTW .. kV3I M- .'i nViBMB aM x gsjBSCWMf n wi1 lae p.. rfUU ifl ilHlllBBBMHM BOONE WAY OPERA HOUSE Monday and Tuesday March 10th and llth THE WORLD'S GREATEST INVENTION IN Motion Pictures VAUDEVILLE ON THE SCREEN 1!W it. SJ They Sing, Dane and Talk MmV Vf m .' v rtW" jtC-.VVe-V?v'- JSBSH11IM3BBI ' ...! ' ' Among the artists whom you will see and hear- are: Al. Jolson, Geo. M. Cohan, American roster, Billy Mason, Quartette, Jdaker and JJoyle, Lai Stewart, Dilly Murray, urace-anEmily Leslie and Choiusof Girls, and many ether artists of theatrical renown. - d their greatest Mrs. Vernon IMI Anrlu QmaaiI Oil IVIOnuay Mr. and TANEO." Castle in positively the creation last OpeCiai This is "THE pic- iM (p& 1 vm si&MMi &,$ !&MWKr ? . "?' ..ill1' the smoltegame with a 'jimmy PLAY if you're hanherinu fcr a hand- Engagement EACH DAY Remember this CHANGE OF PROGRAM Is For Two Days Only ture Mr. Castle made before being killed in this late war. nyaasssE j2S4KSr :. X7y.?iS?, s&assSs&JW'V 'VXOPU'J :' ES. . A&4i'Vk JT K? .Xa) out for what ails your smofceappctitel For, w' ' Prince Albert, you've Bot a new listen on the pi;-- o question that cu .. you loose from o!d stung tongue end dry throat Worries! Mada by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfree from b: a and parch and hands you c!;out the bingest lot of omokefun that ever waa scheduled in your direction! pipe-pa- l; Popular Prices SOe & 30e EEJ and on investigation the Jucigo sa.v he had a hid ens, and with (Continued from ist pa'je suchujurv ns named ho could sent and got my. good friend, see nothing hut conviction await The town mar ing his client. Tho court conL W Bethuru'm. shill had cone out in the country vened according to adjournment. and summoned about ten good 'What has tho defendant to say discreet citizens and had them LnOiYJ.aslie j .t lie jrou rtj Jthhikwe ready foF7ii"FriaT onre"caso7 an nwl.v replied tlio att(r;je The case was called, the Corctnon-weait- h 1 will cill my witnesses and see." announced ready, What Wiipii he got. through calling his do you say Judge Both urn in for witnesses there wero no jury left, the Defendant? I have just n number of th"se men away out havo Hot had time to talk in the country who was not in with my client, nor iny witnesses Town when this thing occurcd much, and as it is about noon, I are now fdedus witnesses. Of will asK tho c art lo adjourn lor eourv) n man can not bo a wit dinner, and jl think we will bo the same time. ready to try thja case immediately ar.dajtror at Thiri manipulation of this case, afternoon C bourse out of cournecessitated tho summons of and Court ad tesy to the L another jury, and what lawless jourred to oa. dock. During t had were friends tho tho hour of, adjournment tile standing around in tho court Judge through some imdiuru room in the innrahull's way ready learned thatr'!h.ch men as.Per-. I will not to iret on Hay, Hei'iryT.'iTWei: and aVtrni toll how the' vetdict went in this berofgoodvsnber discreet citizens had been summoned as jurors, caso. I do not refer to this ttial Wo guarantee this show to he the samo as shown at this Hen All Theatre in Lexington for one week and showed to packed houses at each performance. Wight Show affird '.o at 7 & 9 pay our attorneys some-- 1 Prince Albert 13 a pippin of a 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 ip the sport you've slipped-or- i once you get that Prince Albert quality fhver and quality satisfaction into your smokeoystem! You'll talk kind wcrda every time ycu get o.-- the firing line! dori andt.'trt cla$ty. practical poun.l cryttat nlalM humidor icit'' tpume moUttncr lop that Aci the tohjeca ii iucA perfect condition. REV. A. J. PIKE R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- N. C tho way of criticism, nor in the way of finding fault to Judge Bethu rum's method of hw piac tice, but merely to show tho strategy that may bo used to do feat justice. I look upon L. W. Ucthurum as a good lawyer and as my per.sonal frimd, and if I had a cuso to"b"o TriedTund e.spec-- " ially in Rockcastle County, I would want him on my side IJut my purpose is to show Civic in thin'' to ioin in and help to con vict this lawless clement in our" county. I have enough 'faith in our attorneys to beliovo that this thing can bo effected by a proper eflort on the part of the christian and sober people of this county. for it"i& un a wf -out-peO' plo to tivoim-icllc- d fci submit to m CKSKZSZZSB ar-rjve- 0 You Wanf To SeTJ Your Farm! YOU s9 I j WANT TO BUY A 'FARM? b sir 1 IlL AL ESTATE iiHWat&aB B JESGZSrjiSS FOR ANYTHING IN WIT. SEE R.H. MILLER VERNON, KY. deft-ndan- trr League, and the organization effected at Mt. Vernon, that they a ill find it hard to kick against the piicks. I think it would pay the good people of this county, to have a mass meeting and make an earnest effort to enlist free from this contaminating if possible all tho attorneys of traffic. our county to join in with us in Respectfully, this great undertaking, and let A. J. Pikh. bootlt-ggeand whiskey soller the know that he will have to give up his busjucss or go to some! (FLETCHER'S oilier county 10 get a lawyer to defend hi in The county could r the much drinking that is being" done in our county, in the faco of the law as wo now have it. 1 think it will mean much to our county lawyers in tho outcome to all join in one league, and as my friend said, make Rockcastle County a place to live happy in, whore we can raise our children Oaiidren Otv rft x ; WAGONS 22 in. 3 WA60NS 3 in. complete only $125-0- 0 D HICKORY AND complete with bed and seat only $120.00 Seed Oats Our Second goes at WEBER Tobacco Canvas We havo it in stock now. Get tho best; it will last two WireFence 2500 rods of No. 9 top and bottom 4 ft. Buggies PHOENIX means some-thinto the man who caves Harness Department We call your special attention to our Harness and SHOE Department, Iloro we mako or repair all kinds of Harness or Shoos. Our electric machinery and our expert workmen will please you and smooth out all your little troubles. (Welch's Repair Department.) WE GET DOLLY VARDEN Seed Potatoes Buy 'em bv the Early Triumph Early Ohio Early Rose Car 55C-"' - 'Per Floor Evory Week at Welch's Of courso its fresh and bettor and only Bag Rod Our Per.Bushel Best Grade Spring Line years and give better satistaction. No. 10 top and bottom at of Buggies how in. 45C . Burbank Best Grade, per yard " Good " " Cheap " Per Hod your lequirometits Phono us White Seed Oats (Welch's Seed Department) Comri early nn'd get your choice. (Welch's Buggy Dept.) (Welch's Hardware Dopt.) $1.45 PER BAG 8 Jc 7c 5c ) Only (Welch's Dry Goods Dcpl Yon always save money Welch's Try 'em now Send us your order. Si ."Bushel at i ' ' i . ' i '. ELGH'S DEPARTMENT STORE - JJ.R.fcLi.A. B ii Kentucky's Greatest Store i pi Use your phone and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE ii KY . '.