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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, .KY FRIDAY, MARCH 14 1919 of their, VOLUME XXXll Pil -- ESTABLISHED J887 - NUMBER 2 .4 BOOM FOR GOVERNOR guests BRODHEAD Tyree were theWalter Roberts, daughter, Mrs. Harrodsburg the first; the Mrs. A. F. Pean sold her property adjoining the Christian church lot on Main street to uncle Marshall Smith for $750.00. Mr, and Mrs. Smith will move to this property within the next few IBBS8sKBKKt9BBKS VMHbMHBjBBBeKBBBBKAJP '7wBBBBbBBBBBBBBBBBBbY QVBBBBBBBBBBBBfl "'-,-- BBBB9H9BBBBHt: 5 days. Misses Dora Eubanks and Lina Strange spent from Friday until Monday with relatives and friends in Columbia. Dr. and and Pennington, daughter, Miss Sallie, of London, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs W. F. Carter from Saturday until Monday. Everett Watson was discharged from Military service last week and is now at home, Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Evans have moved from East Bernstadt here and are now occupying rooms at the Rev. A. J. Pike's residence on Mrs. M. K. bbbIbBiSHbkBBBBBn525lBPBlBBMF':'-'' " ; '4KbbbbV j.tf2BBBBBBBBH ' of at week. Mrs. Tvree will spend several days before returning R. L. Smith was in Richmond and Pineville first of the week . Everett Watson, who arrived at "Camp Taylor from overseas last week, was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson Sunday. Robert Weaver and Toe K. Morgan "Were discharged from A WISE BUYER White Fawn Flour Compound, 4 lbs. Net Weight Buckets u 3 lbs. ' . WORD TO THE . BBBB2!KillH HBBBBBBKr??'?"' SEIK KyyyiPi . BvBBBBBBc!?'!P9S9ti'9Bff BBBBBBBB.ig$lMfcri:BBP' ,Lit - .HBHBB9IHHHHRBBa SElEBT BBBBPHF.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI sBEBBVJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb HVHVHVBBJSUSflnjnAHMy' "JHS... ?i?-- MHIctF .bvIbbbbI IMv bihe: .BVBBBBBBEXBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl bIbhRbB HlBBMBBvfl .J9BlBSBBvj .BBBBBHHBfl vBBBBBBBBBH HBwijSaHr: - !aIHH JUDGE R. G. WILLIAMS i The above is a picture of our good friend, Judge R. G. Williams, of Covington, Kentucky. His many friends over the state are earnestly urging him to become a candidate for the "high office of Governor. Many nice things are being said of him. Among them is the following editorial from jhe Interior Journal with which we i heartily agree: THE MAN FOR THE PLA.CE. As it is well known to our readers, the Interior Journal has manifested no choice in the selection of a democratic nominee for Governor, nor is it now es s dally doing so. never . counsellor, to be' &? aspired leaderthe democtacy. die and of tat or or . ify. now attempting thjrtjrple.. & ngt It'has-beeand will continue to be, content to serve and advocate the election, of ihe npminees of the party it has always loved We believe, however, that he time has arrived to offer a sug gestion in the matter of selecting a nominee for the governorship, and in doing so let it be understood, no reflection is cast upon any of the gentlemen who have announced their candidacy for t'-ha- ifces of a man a clean, brave heart, and a powerful, brilliant mind In their dilemma they sought this man. and prevailed upon him to become a candidate for trpunty judge. To "Dick" Williams the fdeaof overcoming a republican majority ofnearly a thousand, seemed 4repdsterous, but-hconsented to make tfc& -e riV-1?Svr- ..- - n i$'h'z; agntaor sue ditions. win. army service the first of the week and are at home. 3. L. Smith received a message Tuesday that Mrs. Brent, McClary was dead at hei home in Auburn, and that her remains would be buried at Duns more Thursday. Mr. Smith left Wednesday? to attend the funeral. Mr. McClary has many relatives and friends We are mighty here who deeply sympathize with West street. glad to have these good people him in. his bereavement; with us. The- - management of Piney Grove Cemetery are an xious to make the new cemetery dies in GEBXiarr one of the most beautiful of its j kind near here, and as this plot of Evacuation Hospital No. 7. ground fronts about one thou , American E, sana feet on tsoone way it is Prum, Germany the intention of the management Dec. 22J'iQi8. to make a real ' flower garden Mrs. Margaret Baker,, overhanging-th- e highway, and Withers, Ky.,- - U. S. A. those with, suitable shrubery, My dear" Mrs. Baker: - You have surely, of course roses, flowering ouios or ierns and such like to dispose of, that learned by this time of the death is have a surplus of thorn, th'e of- of your son, Henry,- - and!! write ficers and those directly inter p extend to you my sympathy ested will be very glad to get a in your bereavement. quantity of such plants. We are I visited with Henry as he sure that many folks both far lay in the hospital here with, and near would like to donate the serious gunshot woundfin plants and etc toward, beautify- his abdomen, with wdSta very ing this, plot of earth and Mr. A. skillful V.surgeons str VT i to VSS. E. Albright. President.- and. Mr, bring, him through to hMK-and- , O. &ACass, TTeasurer"wiil al stiengtn again, Bu t; 4 ' way dy to xecehre gifts TUiUur,tu lumrj: SUSfi Domino Cane, per lb.' Best Lafdp $1 .40 Qc per lb. LSf d for $1 . 10 25c s . Lardfor 2.20 sox for J 9c Money HENRY BAKER A few more of those good dollar and half Men's Hats to go for 48c A Big Line of Men's three dollar Hats to close out for $ 1 AS Men's Work Shirts, Big and Heavy, large arms & long tails, for 98c Men's twenty-five-ce- nt " mans mans .. tne s e dorrtmiss . .. Come and See Me, I Need the -- The ,'- - W. F. BAKER Bright iiri vhtK4 'Jin o Spot Just opposite the Court House ll Mt 9C! ,t ib n. ufr. f . .1" - - 1 h U . ' the office back to the people that honor. few days visit to his son, J. H. The body of your boy is buried who gave it, honored, and reseems to be a foregone con Francisco, in IaFollette, Tenn., in the little cemetery here, with It spected by all. elusion that Edwin P. Morrow and his daughter, Mrs. J. M. His ability- - as a lawyer and Sullivan, in Williamsburg On Christian prayers and military will be the Republican nominee-- a honors. The United States .Gov brilliant stump speaker and ac speaker soon, attracted wide at- his return home he stopped off eminent Grave Registration Sertive campaigner. To meet this tention, and he moved to the at Corbin and took dinner with vice will take perfect care of man, democracy must put its best citv of Covington, where he now Prof. J. L,. Pilkenton, and in. the the grave, and when the time, foot foremost, and the Interior resides. His charming personal- afternoon visited Corbin Graded comes, will ship the body home Journal, though it has consulted ity, coupled with his talents drew High school of which Mr. Pilken again for burial in the home-lanno one, believes it has the man. the public's attention to him ton is Superintendent. Mr. Fran-isc- o My heart, is with yon at this Some 45 years ago there was again, and he was twice elected says Corbin has a fine school time. I well understand the born in Rockcastle County. Rich- Commonwealth's attorney, dis- building, that it is steam heated grief that accompanies every ard G. Williams. He grew to charging the duties of that office and has twenty rooms and that such sorrow. But yet, we have manhood, surrounded by republi- with the integrity, aoility and Mr. Pilkenton is right at home the blessed Lord's promise of cans and republicanism. He ease, that characterised his ad- among the Corbin people. W. J. the greater Life to come. He has saw and studied that patty's ministration as judge of the Owens, of Lebanon Junction, said that no greater Jove hath principle, but it did not suit him. Rockcastle court. bought ttfe small cottage that is any man than this, that he lay x Mr. Williams' life is clean. He now used by J. T. Xawrence as a He saw and studied the lesson down his life for bis friends. handed .down by Thomas Jeffer possesses the ability to form a, 5tore building from Mrs. J. M. Henry did not die in battle, or son, and the tenets of that great clear conviction,, the courage to Adams $500. This building is from battle, but he fought just as statesman appealed to him, and express that conviction, and what opposite the store of W.E.Grave-l- hard in the battle as if he had, "Dick"' Williams became a demo- is more, and greater stlll,hehas and the Brodhead Pharmacy. and he has given his life just as crat befor he became of legal age. the honor to stand by it. here certainly as any one who 'has Ed Owens, of Cincinnati Free from entangling party fac with relatives for a a few days. no hope, nay with no thought With died in this great cause of the of political preference, he fought tions, gifted and ready in debate, J. H. Owens has been appointed world's righteousness. Because the fight year in and year out; young, vigorous and active, cour- marshall. Mrs. T. W. Tate and the . nation possessed men of practiced law for a living and ageous to the point of daring, her daughter, Miss Randa, left Henry'scaiibre that the feo that pleaded the cause' of democracy and the soul of honor, "Dick" for Richmond last Friday, where sought to crush the world has Williams is the embodiment of a Mrs. Tate underwent a surgical for the principle involved. true knight of democracy, and in operation Tuesday morning, and himself been crushed instead. When less than 25 years of age, God bless you dear woman.and f there appeared on the political him we wovld have a man is reported to be getting along may the comfort of Jtheigospel-odefending his party upon nicely. Mr. Tate joined them horizon of Rockcastle county, disour bring the the joy to content over the selection of cer- tne dustings, and 10 r wnom no Tuesday morning returning Jiome you Saviour as you come toi?el tha tears tain republican candidates for apology would have to be made. Wednesday. -- Mrand Mrs. Fred The Interior Journal does not Durham were down from Mt. Ver- being wiped away and realize office. The people demanded a of the women: change, but who would be the know that he cbuld be prevailed non Sunday the guests of Mr. that you are one who: has made thejgreatjsacnfice Moses to lead them out of the'i upon to make the race, but it and Mrs. J. F. Watson. H.li- and' has given a son to the world wilderness was the question on doesknow that no stronger,clean-e- r, Tharp .was here from Junctionl abler man could be found in City Sunday, with his daughter, for the sake of it 'freedomr and every man's lips. righteouspessk.1 Albright. As. hete; Old men. tried and true in tae State, nor one who could be Mrs.tt&p-E-- . " Sincerely-yours- ,ooicea upon wun a greater aegree W.Mas-ter- s announcedEldiJ. every wate of lite, had. watched . Leslie, C. Kellev, will preach at. the Christian course of the young stripling, Tof prUe than this product of the Cbaolain, U. & A. Williams. They had leaf ned that mountain democracy, Richard G. the 5th Sunday in this month RegulaiLservices were. PhelCt"' EacpMi4ilettr. Bnryvwrote he had the two most Tital jequis- - Williams. the .Baptist SaturdaypamijSun We surely join the liditpr of the Interior Journal in the day by the pastor, 'Rev.Qfiild-rescf this article It would be diflacult to speak in too high Motuec;; vi.am frlipUQiiB:.; A' play entitled 'A irip of Judge Williams. He deserves all that has been said of ' terms make the State's chief to. Podunk" was givenLby the WUaCCKUUWjr. MJ V vUV tKUUE: him. fie is splended timber, out of which to Eighthjgrade 'pupils last. FriExecutive. Should he enter the race, and be nominated, he wiltbe day eveniag and Jby special re dayT 'ThUflsf fny 4ec o'rifl5 wbq ndr As soon as I getlbetter I will ble to cope with Morrow on or off the stump. quest was, given Tucseay even-Snto yotf. Iot74f love, from which was greatly enjoyed, write ', s For J5ale: Rhode Island Red Mules Fob Sale t Work mule by the large number present. your loving son, Henry. v eggs, $iO0per setting of fifteen. about 15 hands bigtii .Callon Miss jLtara Blanton wag m Mt. Vernon Monday having" dental W. S. Robina,.5 miles south-WfcThk; is' Wilton Btlctrs soa.Mrs. W. T. Hicks. work, done. Mr. tad Mrs. W. A " of Mt. Vernon. WUdie, Ky. j"j-jk-- . ! . d. N -J ratner mat Furious at the. victory, his jneabyri'or bring them if they heit.jseemss be out stra n in theiwttle should enemies sought to cripple and; in' live near and help to make this timidate his administration, and new city of the dead a real flower and be wounded there, .recover from that wound and thw "die every means fair or foul, was used garden. Mrs. W. A. Tyree has from an accidental gunshot against Mm. But they reckoned returned home after spending wound received after b'eing back without their host. Williams several days with Mr.-- and Mrs. in his Company again. But such had the courage of his hardy anWalter Roberts near Harrods- are the. strange things that hap cestors, and he made au able, burg. pen everywhere, just as much at clean and impartial judge. At (Items held over fiom last week.) home as in the (army, perhaps the end of his term he turned b Francisco returned from a more. Aljd-'h- e Deicermencr 01 condidfighjb and. -;" &KI 'manyjfwhd;wiu an'd"sI6.Tvly? Jit !Htha these lines- ml Vawav, W,weakeneb? A ,. dial. readv c sen4ipfcing;to-these-gent, - J iM KWt H? i vri aXS&ised' 'ST - v?-- i r--- .. . IwKvJt' fl BBI l:M B BiBI BH 'PlrM'I'l'l M'BBBhB Al Br H & jHHBttu'JB-iB.k-'- -- m, ill II II M B fl B B B mm B fl B A new stock of merchandise to sell less than city cost. I have' sold of my stock of goods. This stock consists of everything kept in a country store. gId I SALS REASON FORtherefore must my property and HERE ARE A FEW PRICES TO SEE HOW THEY COMPARE WITH PRICES YOU HAVE BEEN PAYING. y now $2.50 $3 Overalls 30, 35 .& 40c Ginghams, now 25c now 25c 35c Brown Domestic, 60c best Bed Ticking, now 45c now 55c 70c Collar Pads, - -- Tinware, Hardware, Zinc Tubs, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Slippers, Ball Band Rubbers, Underwear, both light and heavy Dress Shirts, Work Shirts. -- capa-bleo- f NOTE M!y Ginghams and Calicoes and Domestic is not the cheap, shoddy-kindThey are the bett. Come and buy now while you can get what you want. Prices; will probably stay high in market all this year. So come and buy now or regretfit laterP tl have'.aleo 4 Show-- Cases, length 3, 5, 6, and 8 ft. to sell. Also 1 Pair of Stimpson "Nt. 80 Computing Scales to sell. H . So come and get your share of these Bargains v . to-for- e . senti-TOieH- ts s. wailakwite.iFsay8 inyteSpnwayJL vx ' ? Jt G PHtBer r2BW -- gi 1 MLB '.'&J " " . tL- - M- B) - Ki , ' st - i. ; t- . r iS&i r''? .5- - ( W J r,n -I- f-- M ft m 0 v "- - " v . f ' ! t L fit rA Vr - . -- C ' - !... .1 . - - i't .a''. ".'"''--' r . -- """-''. v - - TiT iS'S-3?'ZZ!- . ; the religious education state to observe the day. Cdm"montBs:'1'1 We keep a record, or all got. old- and I can't ihink world munity committees will be organ-- 1 every mau whejpu he mpyeslfrpm f;Of anything that woufd. be inter-- . war has attracted the attention ized and it is hoped that one hun- - 'one place to another, he estipg to you. Thn :censor has Friday, Mar 14, 19 to women! dred tbousaad additions will be gts sick and sent "to a hospital J just' about took the lit off now of all patriotic men and. to the enormous value of ehild-- . made to the Sunday Schools of and we are supposed to- - be able and its a good deal less trouble j Published every Friday by hopd and the urgent need'of con ! the state to locate any j&jan on short order ior us fellows to write lettters. EDGARS. ALBRJGI.l. Love from, ' serving the young life of a nation There are about 4500 Sunday As to how4 long any of us will nation is to live.- - But. schools in "tile State of Kentucky. be here I doqt suppose any body if that Your Son, $I.O strong clean bodies and well The influenza closed all of the knows Even if we were to be ' DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR S Prt Lee Chandler Co. D. Hq Bn. Gen Hq. trained minds alone can never schools ' fpr a while. Many of sent home as soon as transportaAdvertising rates maae known on make democracy safe, .for th-- Uiem .havi never started again. tion could be arranged it would Care Central Records Offie. i. .. . application ' world Something else is neede 3 , There shtrukl be a rally in every be a good WhUe before all would -- A. P. O. 9p2 Amer Ex. Forces France." aud that is trained conscience..) .ettkm :5f the state and by May be across. We can always hear MEMBER OF which ,th every Buuday chool should ruimors among the boys, ;of course and wills; consciences ROAD TAX ELECTION. KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION know wrong right frbin be opened, and - putting forth none of them ''know about those by the Christ, and iwills special Morts to make up for things, but I a,m inclined to beAs I was a stropg advocate of 'that ther'6utflt,-will..glieve which can force selfish mortals home the 20 cent road tax that was "to with the last half of the' men, have been Voted on March 15th, to obey their consciences, to altho that's my owif'personai an( having written several par deny themselves aud follow the great Master ir service toothers. opinion I.woudlikevery much ties in the county, giving it as my At least thirteen millions 6t the to be home ofv" course, but I do opinion that it would be to the 1 N FRANC E ANNOUNCEMENTS twenty five, millfonsot children not worry over the .matter the best interest of the people' to vote We are authorized to announce least bit under twelve years of agnate , i U Bourges; France, of you do,, for this tax, I feel that since the HON. E. BULLOCK receiving, no religions education as its no use, and J consider that election isc ailed off, f it is proper Dec. 26, 1918. .' . as a cadidaie for Representative from whatever, jln May 19 launder Dear B'athfer andMothei: we are all very.'ivery,- lucky if .that 1 should give my reasons for the Seventieth Legislative district, com indorsing the action of the Fiscal posed of Rockcastle and Laurel coun- the ui action of "the Cliristiau . I. ree'd your letter of Nov. 26 every one of us' "are held in. the ties, subject to the action of the Repub Sunday School Association,- - a tpday and' Vas glad to get it and service for? the next,' two years, Court in calling off the election. We understood- - the law with' RolT hear thH,t ' all' of you had gotten altho theres no likelihood of that.. lican party at its primary election on Conti Cradle Auguot 2, 1919. Week was observed lor the' pur- well agafn. I didn't know.that I have never'had aIeave':or fur- reference to state., aid being proy pose or" emphasizing the'Chris-tia- uncle DoclT had had so much lough since I was which cured for other roads than During the last year there has seat roads, and no ail nurture of babies. This led luck. Charley told me is a year ago tomorrow. None of been a falling of in the attend-anc- e to thou ands of babies being en- tough about him spraining his knee but our companyhave been'able to get cou,d be procured from the state upon almost every Sunday rolled tn Cradle Roll members of was anything very one until a few weeks ago a few for other than constructing the-it I School in Kentucky. , Of course, the Sunday Schools of the United didn't know it serious. Christmas went off got a seven days pass - I believe r aas- ana ldese roaa DemS nara there were reasons for this. States, and thousands of mothers most- of us will be.. able to surface roads, and would have been of no value to us to vote a 20 Large numbers had been called and fathers became interested in quietly here and I believe about that one before long if nothing road tax and cnt doWn tne gen. all of us enjoyed it well, consid- get away from home because of the the church life. This led to the ering the fact that all of us are a happens. I suppose you have eral road fund levy, aud feeling war; many others were so interobservance of Children's Week in good way from home and more seen accounts of 'the leave'areas, that the people were not inclined ested in war measures that they. I9I8. The 'success of the' study hear they to increase their tax the present ihan- half "for the first time on etc ,'in the papers,-neglected the regular work of of childhood during that week some finer places-- - I bad. year, the promise that had been made the voters could not have Sundav School nNoW that we andjfche britfging.togethec o par - Christmas There was no work have :0n Christmas .day. except. the a copy of ;the "pathfinder from been carried out without an in- have entered upon the new year cuva ouu rca,uo in Lizzie a fw day .agpdatedjoyji crease in txVate. Under these U,UU IUOJ' cer strenuous efforts must be made Schools and publicluo uuuuajr COOKS, titO, ;schools did hump 'them selves- -j The old 24 She has sent quite a number" not only to bring our . Sunday brought whole communities" would not have to mess kit was he.pfrg" full:ibr of them fiora &rhe td"?tlme ahdi'E Schools back to their normal conne'ped us, ard oiily Incurred the thin dng;p.tth"eptriualneed:pfi;dibner"dd I ha'd;...catnr(sQm8lthuik they all finally'irstrollectin. .expense of an election on dition but to move forward. thetax their children. In 1919 ac inter in my pocket. ' We had"tu'fkey, ' altho this;;oEemeVuch sooS paje'rs.'Nr believe, - however, the April will be observed all over eswng program ior cne weeK nas all we. could eat. potatoes, rice, than any .jof tn others." I sup Fiscal Court will make- every enthe state as Visitation Day. Plans been prepared and can be secured peas, pickles, biscuits and.:ddugii-riut- pose you got my Jetter telling deavor within their power to im . wi are being made in large numbers from the Kentucky Sunday School aud i dont thinka'Single you thata,-- . received:- the box, if prove tne county roads and help to. complete of communities and it is hoped Assdciati.nf s j'-one could have eaten, more. not I got7atjp..4K3ahdH was glad conatructio" the roads now under. that these plans wili extend to May 4th wUl be Keutucky'sOo- - 11U X . bit 6it":-wasiUUU XvU J VOO to get it. ;' EveY M:. Pennington. lA Vy the entire state to visit every good hipeaij'd; hescandy went pay'it'should also;distributed-tobaccoeigaretthome finding the church and be a "Victory THE BEST LAXATIVE. Drive" this year. candy. etdto everybody sfad made fine too.;:yjaveiittier '?to -Sunday School preferences, givut will soon '"My sedentary habits have The Kentucky Sunday School As- it seem to a certain degr.ee jllfce grandmotheryet? ing iovitations, in the name of all gofe.ihe necessitated the use of an occas-ionsociation originated this day in Christmas. The "boys';wthvohr you can Sunday Schools in the communi laxitive "tbave tried many 19 14', and in one year forty thou- section oflthe, office went to town socks, an'd will write her soon. t.es, to become members of some sand" new but found n nothing better than for supper Xmas Eve', an'd Tren I have never been to Lodge. pupils were Sunday School For particulars the'Sunday ScHo'pls 6f added to joy ed fine, :There There ar.eJ5. lot of members in Chamberlain's .Tablets," writes ;the $teXQ write to the Kentucky Sunday progress-wa- s made each were twenty two of us. v We" had our dutfitfand L understand they .George B Daniels, Hardwick, School Association, 712 Louisville .Great year until. 9 18. wtieu because' off iOu,r picturestvtakenvr in a group are to hae sociaircSeetihg Tues Vt Mr. Daniels is proprietor of k Trust Building, Louisville!, the Hardwick Inn, o.ne6f tthe war dohditicps there; was a, fall; ana 1 win sena. you one as socn day nighandj I guess I'll y. mbdelhjoj;elJQf Key JBngiaud. ing offin the attendance at Sun- as they are finished. I work in along; iiet m$ heaL f rom vu April 27 10 May 4. 19 19 will be day Schools all over the United the section of the office where the ten and it the is thing yon Children's Week. This will be States. This year the call is made records of the Aviators are kept, want me to tyLryrOu.a,boirtf ask, mei FOR FtEcHfei Campaign to to every Sunday School In a Continent-Wid- e have been there for about sx. As the thhiga around me have : ., - : " ' .. 'f --t- - ..rfi"-- ' . - "i . . . . VtS?: v, Xi' : . , T --..- ;,., j tj-- - - - -- . p ... , j - bxgnal.of ;luldr,x Thertcenfc 1 FERTILIZER have a Car of High Grade Fertilizer on the Road I will sell strictly for cash. i . - -- " as'd-fioe- d ?' the-los&tlm- This Fertilizer Is 1G per eest Acid Phosphate No notes taken. Bay for cash and save the difference. If taken from the car $30 per ton. If not taken until unloaded 31 per ton. If interested, notily me and I will let yon know when car arrives so you can get from car if desired. s e. LEEGHANDLER --- r and-operioi- if -- - J W. A. McKDNZIE M.T. VERNON, KY. -- n at-hom- e, inter-count- 1 " '".i t 4 - - - - . . - -- " this-.electjo- n Produce Eggs Poultry, Hides H WE WANT YOUR 1 - s, -- -- - . ... FUfs, Feathers Aiad All .ii - 1 of-ii- sj. Kinds of Country Produce L. A n s, WrfLIv PAY CASH t&$e$s al W R Gott & Co MT. VERNON, KY. ; . sthe-eveni- ng 1 Ken-tuc- ' ' v a-ri- - I 'tJ---. ! . - . ..a J8.T.OLB J r A. 5QR FiLETCHCirS ASTORIA Oliiidren Ot!f ft FLCTGIKirS ': iiJLi. - , losip Jiiop rower s . y- A 3 1 3 - . v , -- j v . . r . & N. R. R. Co. at Livingston, will tell yjoufHail have just paid $268.83 freight on car Northern SEED PQf ATOES, from St. Paul, Minn. L . i Mr CAVBfenfoKenfcjfiovthe-tfiafte . , : V hf farniers covilji plant new-seethis year, and "; gro.moreota:toes,".nd better .potatoes. .. :.:r ;;.-;Have jeitBifiefeift' varieties, all Government inspected, and they are V.T"th-iBestyv U .. c;" , .: ever saw. . u iC. -4 u(c inepriee.is very reasonabie.'and iKWntJntof von to olant new seed this vear. i. fi. ', ." s " f.:r ;f : When you want feed:,foii.?tout stGkion't fcrsf.et I have a complete line. ' d " . " I boughtttiis Car of Seed Potateesso : - - -- . - i v 1 . - i.. - .. "b :?-- '. -',' Mm. A wm V I ' H : ' ", a t rie j.iar en H V zlk 'V H nEi Tn Hr H . u VT fi n r . 1 1 V mc .ir- - .s7 i. -- i - ' - - ' - , , . , , I H - .,,. b . Ti h h h h t m v- T - JJEMar x " : x TC4tfr i ' -. T TH Jfc'JL- JL Trfc"' - i "' - -j- -,! T JCJI Juw Tm' . m m m m ''" V -- ' W- - v- I I - ,. , v"t - : - ; ..' t v k-- . - w tr'r v-.-' b b h. m m b h i r"-- -' -- - Phone 33 '. v v. ri . i t 1: V II- '.' - - '' - - 'G a ' t " '"'T' - ""V i -- - - '. - jr v. 31 - 1 Tester Coffev: - Hlntt .F 1 James M. Hansel. Mt Vernon 3I 1 Cedarville , M 1 John' Burdette, TVildie MltAsJ. QwensMxamg. 1 Joe Nortoa. Cedarville - HT'T 1 Howard Helton, Brodhead FJ Jtt 1 Bettle CoSey, HJatU 1 Mattie- Burdette Wildie Heasley.iilro Oscar Rice, M M1 3f 1 Victor Hysinger, Mt Vernon ....31, l! John Buriiham, Hiatt G. W. Renner, Cedarville M 1 Susie Taylor,- Brodhead F. F. Heailey, Ssiro -- 31 II Lucy Baker, Gauley Lewis JRenner, Cedarville .Saja Creech, .Cooksburg F 1 Jesse Reynolds, Brodhead Ml Logan f Wardlow, Conway" 1 Win. Arnold. Jr., Mt Vernon M 1 H. H. Wardlow, Conway F1 M 1 W. H. Reynolds, Brodhead Willie Smith, Cedarville M.1 GB. Owens, Brodhead . M 1 T. B. Lear, Mt Vernon F 1 A D. Ramsey, Mt Vernon 31 1 W. H. Fish, Wildie .Ml J. J, Smith, Brodhead Ml H.'S. Ponder, Johiietta . M 1 W. M. Marris, Wildie M 1 F. P. Kirby. Mt Vernon M1 Geo. Bowman, Cedarville Reuben Noe. Johnetta. . F 1 A. V. Smith, Brodhead Wm. Arnold, Jr., Mt Vernon M l'C.-A- . M1 McFerron, Mt Vernon .i M31 "Kin: Anh, Johnetta Oraa Bowman, Cedarville 31 1 Mrs. R. J, Rash, Mt Vernon McClure, Bloss persons residing in Rockcastle, Green Noe, Spiro M 1 Sam Barnett, Mt Vernon M1 311 James Hdlcomb, Pine HU1 F 1' W. A. Owens, Burr Geo. Moon, Mt Vernon M 1 Red Ash, Johnetta .:... ' M 1 Jake Doap, Pine H1U 31 1 Bob Owens, Burr 31 1 Whit oByd, Hiatt M 1 Ollie Kirby, Pine Hill who have received dog tags for John Dooley, Wildie 31 1 Jtmes trencn, uauiey M 1 J. A. Proctor. Pine Hill ,, M 1 31 1 David Hysinger, Mt Vernon ;.P 1 Tom Parsons, Wildie Willie Singleton,. Hiatt M 1 Joacs French. Gauley --.. ' John Dooley, Wildie the year 1919: 31 1 J. M. "Roberts, Cooksburg Eugene Adams, Hiatt F 1 Roscoe Hysinger, Mt Vernon ...,.M 1 R. IL, Lewis, Wildie 311 .31 1 Tom Farsons, Wildie D. B. Ranibo, Livingston M1 M 1 J. A. Brown, Spiro Garfield Simpson, Crab Orchard M 1 Clarence Lay, Pine Hill .., & John Cromer, Cedarville " ..... .31 "1 Minnie Parsons, Wildie .3L.l Abe' Isaacs. Wildie. M 1 W. F. Pitman, Friendship . M-,o W. D. Livesay, Mt Vernon . F 1 Ded Harper, Spiro Fred Broadley, Maretburg 31 1 M 1 Minnie Parsons, Wildie Wa B., Stewart. Wildie -Q .M 1 H. P. Davis, Ottawa Arthur Alexander; Crab Orchard-- M 1 . Elizabeth Albright Brodhead F1 U..31; 1 arjftftmet; Wildie M 1 A. J. McKinney, Spiro Other Baker, Cedarville M 1 C. A. Blanford, Livingston 31 1 R. S. Taylor,- - Quail ., F1 Name and Address Nat Wilmot Crab Orchard M 1 J. W. Parsons, Mt Vernon M 1 Will Intamr Livingston Ruben Kirby, Mt. Vernon M 1 Henry Turner, Pine Hill CD4 M. C. Savior. Mt. Vernon' B. L. Doyle, Crab Orchard F 1 W. M. Brown, Spiro 1 jueary mhuuis, wuaie M 1 G. M. Sigmon, Wildie M 1 Wade Hunt Maretbure M 1 John Sigmon, Wildie M 1 W. A. Owens, Quail M1 "M 1 Nancy A. Owens, Orlando James Gatliff, Climax Thos. Hood, Cooksburg M 1 Js..BlsWpr Wildie M J G. B. Sams, Maretburg A- - G. Crider, Hiatt, M 1 E. B. Herrin, Quail M 1 Ben Albright Quoil M1 Chas. King, Climax M 1 Albert A. Griffin, Pine Hill M.lUekn Freach.. Wildie M 1 William Sams, Maretburg M 1 W. E. McNew, Orlando M 1 Bill Lowry, Brodhead -- M 1 John Abbous, Climax H. H. Coffey, Widlie, M.llQev Adms,i Mt. Vernon P 1 Robt Parrett Pine Hill M 1 J. M. Crawford, Brodhead M 1 W. A. Brown, Mt Vernon Charity Suttoh, Mt Vernon, PaU Kelly. Climax M 1 Sam Lowry, Brodhead 31 1 .M 1 G. C. Fish, Mt Vernon rXjymH OJHIUI," lOUKSUUXK M 1 Ray Clontz, Mt Vernon H. H. Ward, Wildie, A. W. Norton, Cedarville F 1 Tom S. Reynolds, Wildie U 1 Tom. Rowe.rMt. Vernon 31 1 M. Crawford. Brodhead F 1 J. W. Moore, Mt Vernon M1 M 1 Peter Taylor, Johnetta . M 1 AL L. Owens, Burr Homer McDowell, Cedarville M 1 A. J. Burk, Goochland 3I 1 Homer Carmlcal, Mt Vernon 1?1 P.jM. Pget; Brodhead W. C. Proctor, Mt. Vernon, M 1 T. S. Branaman, Wildie DIUIe Cottengim, M 1 Frank Baker, Johnetta M1 W. W. Coffey, Wildie,.. W. C Sowder, Mt Vernon M 1 Woodrow Riddle, Brodhead . Ml Geo. Cottengim, Pine HIU Mrl MMtha Adams,. Brodhead . 1 E. J. Brown. Ottawa JM 1 M 1 P. H. Bobbins, Brodhead Sam Mason, Orlando Pine Hill J. P. Dooley, Goochland, M 1 W. C. Parett Orlando ...'. FiaAd&str Brodhead. M 1 M. L. Jennings, Cooksburg M 1 J. M. Cottengim, Pine Hill M1 Wm. Nicely, Mt Vernon .M 1 Burgess Hysinger, Mt Vernon J. H. Barnett Ottawa, MtCMtAilkA W.TP KlacerBroikead .M 1 B. T. Young, Brodhead M 1 Wm. Doan, Pine Hill 1 M. L. Jenninirs. Cooksburc 31 1 31 1 W. D. Payne, Mt Vernon H. HIggins, Cooksburg .... J. M. Evans, Orlando, -- 3Cl W.iP.Kincer, F 1 Lee Mullins, Mt. Vernon Brodhead. er, 'I 1 Pmrpnp Rinnprt. Orlnmlo Gravely Burton, Mt Vernon VIrg Hunt Mt Vernon M 1 J M.. Parsons, Wildie C. Hayes, Wildie, M 1 Willie Saylor, Conway M1 M. 1 Aleert-KDic. , Brodhead ....... At, X Joe Newcomb, Mt: Vernon Fuget Auderken. Wildie, M1 Joe. Coffey, Wildie t F 1 L. M. Bowling, Brodhead M 1 Willie Saylor, Conway , .. .M 1 Eias Matsb; Brodhead J. M. Creech. Johnetta M 1 E. B. Owens, Livingston F 1 Granville Jennings. Cooksburg M1 .1M 1 Henry Kirbyj Mt" Vernon M 1 C. M. Wilson, Johnetta Harrison Bowles, Orlando W. C Vicars, Rockford, M.1I TliBurd; Mt Verson M 1 Charley Kirby, "Burr M1 .M 1 Geo. Boberts, Mt Vernon Henry Mallicat, Orlando Ora Vicars, Rockford, M 1 W. M. Sparks, Conway ...... M. E. Scott Cooksbure iC 1 J"aR OwcruSf-- Orlando F 1. W. D. Abney, Johnetta M 1 Tom Weaver, Cooksburg Conway X. J. Bullen, Hockford, M1 ..M 1 John Mallicat' Orlando ., .Ml M. C. Doan.. Mt Vernon W'l JbhV McGorsen, Dudley M1 O.-.31 1 Nathan. Doan, Mt Vernon Tom Bowles, Orlando F 1 James Weaver, Cooksburg . S. L. Anglin, Rockford, Torlll. Rnrr QlteoB, OrLuido. .31 1 Bill Thomas, Conway , M 11 A. J. Haggard, "Brodhead -, 31 1 John Cox, Brodhead .; Jgj - JLI Mitisa GJbsaa, Orlando M1 James .Sin'th: .31 1 Martha Jones, Goochland' Ed Smith, Hiatt J. W. Marler, Mt Vernon JM. 1 M 1 Willis Bustle, Brodhead Hayes Clark, Wildie, Willie Miller, Mt Vernon M1 .31 1 J. J. Drew, Cooksburg . M'l 'trLrMuUiss. Mt Tenon Chester Brown, Brojcno MtLWM: Qiiw5?ildlei -- -. M 1 Less McGuire, Cooksburg M 1 M. G. Sowder ,Mt Vernon M 1 Morris Vaughn, Brodhead C. JL Doan, Mt Vernon W. G. Nicely, Livingston, M 1 G. S. Livesay, Wabd .v: Ben. Metlf,. WUdle Ml M 1 Jack Abney, Orlando M. C. Barton, Mt Vernon M1 M 1 D. D. Gray, Orlando. E. B, Brown, Ottawa, Ml J. J. Payne, Mt Vernon Mana Ballinger, Johnetta Ben- Moiias, Wildie . M 1 James Anglin, Johnetta M 1 Doc Baumon, Orlando G. D. Cook, Livingston, Crochet O'Neal, Level Green F1 F 1 J. C. Miracle, Conway Ml J. J". Payne, Mt Vernon Joms Isaacs. Wildie M 1 Bert Meece, Level Green M 1 May Ic Northern, Brodhead M 1 Doc Baumon, Orlando .. M1 R. L. Fletcher, Mt Vernon M 1 Denny Coffey, Conway James Baker, Wildie, Jones,. Wildie Ml Dj?W. "M 1 Geo. 1 Joe Dolley, Wildie C. A. McCollum, Conway, Joe Cromer,. Mt Vernon M 1 Simp King, Johnetta Elmer Burk, Mt Vernon F1 Hall, Cedarville MX Jack PMlliDB. Wildie 31 1 A. J. McMullins, Bromo JM. 1 Geo. Bernes; Jim Mink. Livingston Will Sowder, Mt. Vernon J. M. Griffin, Cooksburg 31 1 M 1 Phil Carrier, Livingston Cooper Sowder; Mt Vernon. Mt Vernon M 1 A. J. McMullins, Brdmo ... M 1 Charley Banks. Crab Orchard --M 1 Rob 31 1 Caspar Mink, Livingston W. B. Saylor, Hiatt Sowder, Mt, Vernon F 1 John Thomas, Cooksburg 1 XMaacy umuen, x&ocxxoru M 1 R. S. Graves, Mt Vernon M1 31 1 31 1 Shelby Banks, Crab Orchard, Lee Reynolds, Livingston Smith, Brodhead M 1 Bill Cotton, Livingston J. H. Stevens, Ottawa, 1 Lee Bullen,-- . Rockford 3f M 1 R. F. Rowlett, Disputanta ... M 1 Loyal Adams, Brodhead W. A. Tyre, Brodhead M 1 Everett Peters, Crab Orchard M 1 D. W. Hammonds, Mt Vernon F1 Joe Bullen, Rockford, W O. Vitaep. Rockford M 1 Tom Croncher, Disputanta M 1 Ed Brummett, Brodhead : W. A. Tyre, Brodhead . E. HilL Conway, F 1 Edith Moore, Brodhead M 1 Andy Wren, Boone M 1 J. .Burton.. Otawa 31 1 Abe Anglin, Goochland M 1 Connelly Smith. Gum Sulphur M1 A. L. Thompson, Brodhead 31 1 G. W. Poynter, Boone. . J. W. McCollum, Rockford, J. C. Leece, Crab Orchard 3 1 Jam; Tiemas, Orlando M 1 C. R. Scott Cooksburg M 1 M. Y. Kirby, Level Green M T B. B. Beldon, Conway M1 .F 1 Jones Brown, Mt YGrnon Gid. Isom, Gum Sulphur H. C. Bowman, Brodhead, 3j.'l .8. D. Kidwell, Conway M 1 L. M. Davidson, Cooksburg M. 1 Ira Cash, Cllmex T. J. Hayes, .Conway, Geo. Bill R. Allen, Gum Sulphur F 1 R. H. McKinney, Mt Vernon Ml John Bullins, Conway M 1 Ela?rv Wllaaot Brodhead M 1 Henry Davidson, Cooksburg Hensley, Orlando M 1 R. H. McKinney Mt Vernon W. E. Webb, Johnetta, M1 Granville Leece, Gum Sulphur ....M 1 John Baker, Boone Ml F 1. JEd Wilnwt Conway M 1 J. R. Ballinger, Johnetta M 1 Odie Bird, Boone M 1 Geo. Alexander, Wildie F 1 Sherman McKinney, Mt Venion3 1 JaAes. Morgan, Conway Ewell Burton, Gum Sulphur Elmer Doweli, Mt Vernon, M 1 Frank Croncher, Disputanta M .1 Green Bird, Boone M1 Henry Shell, Gauley, Henry King, Gum Sulphur M 1 K. J. Smith, Hiatt Sherman .McKinney, Mt Vernon JF 1 W.'A... Stevens, Bockford ..M 1 Robert Croncher, Disputanta MI C. L. Lovell, Burr, M 1 Alph Dean; Hiatt T. E. Kidwell, Conway ...M 1 J. A. Sexton, Climax Wade Hysinger, Mt. Vernon ..Ml J. Pf Price,-- , Mt. Yernon M 1 D. L. Childress, Withers C. L. Lovell, Burr, M1 M 1 Harry Berry, Hiatt .. il 1 G. W. Denny, Pine Hill Noah Wardlow,- Conway Alie Stepp; Brodhead G. Bv Price,. Mt Verpon, .Ml M 1 C. R. Payne, Mt Vernon M 1 Martha Phillips, Climax Henry Xegear, Conway M 1 Tom Lear, Hiatt John Sigmon, Brodhead, F1 yernon Geo. Bishop, Brodhead ..Ml J. B Prices Mk 311 John Harris, Brodhead M1 M 1 A. L. Bray, Wabd Dan West Brodhead, E. Ballinger, Wildie Ml C. A. Blansford, Livingston .31 1 1 Luthre Bowman, Orlando J. G. B. Smith, Mt Vernon -M 1 J. F. Mullins, Mt Vernon M1 .. M 1 Theo. Hibbard, Cedarville F 1 W. F. Lambert, Boone Joe Wilson, Johnetta, X Ann Morgaa, Gum Sulphur M 1 Leonard Harris,- Brodhead C. T. Sigmon, Mt Vernon fiin.i M 1 J. R. Howard, Crab Orchard M1 W. S. Haggard, Brodhead Sherd Overby, Johnetta, 31 1 Al Bullock, Bloss M 1 J. R. Dodson, Wildie ;.....,M 1 Flora Shearer. Johnetta T. J. Graves, Mt Vernon M 1 J. F. Livesay, Wabd 1 Denny Dotson, Wildie W. F. De!ord, Level Green, F 1 Rube Brown, Ottawa .M 1 Jesse- - 3jFaIdeB, Brodhead M 1 E. L. Skldmore, Brodhead Jack B. Xewis, Mt Vernon M 1 W. D. Owens, Spiro .M 1 Sam Shearer, Disputanta . Geo. Gatliff, Disputauta, M1 F 1 Flem Parrett, Orlando .M 1 Chas. McClure, Brddhead .3 1 Pleas Singleton, Orlando . W. A. McKenzIe, Mt Vernon M 1 Jim Whit'aker, Mt Vernon M1 W. T. Gibbons, Quail, Steve Hatcher, Brodhead F 1 Chas. Phillips, Wildie Jack Hysinger, Mt Vernon M.-G.-- W. Frederick; Brodhead Noah Bishop, Brodhead . .; 3 1 G. 0. Sutton, Brodhead M 1 C. H. York, Wildie M1 Dan Elder, uail, 311 Claude Harvey, Mt Vernon F 1 G. W. Griffin, Wildie Chester Hansel, Mt Vernon' ,....M 1 I Alarum uupin, joroaneau. M 1 Henry Mink, Wildie M 1 J. S. Purcell, Mt Vernon M1 Mrs. J. F. Tnf. "rodhead . J. L. Wynn, Conway, F 1 J. L. Livesay, Mt Vernon M 1 WiIIIe Bogus, Ottawa , J. T. Mullins, Orlando M l Edgar Leece, Mt Vernon F1 Robt O'Neal, Level Green, John Mink, Wildie F 1 J. R. Evans, Livingston . is 1 v ohn Owens, Brodhead ...- G. A. Hood, Mt Vernon T.'H. Debord, Brodhead M 1 C. T. Sigmon, Mt Vernon M1 W. E. Wynn, Conway, F 1 John- - Elder, Brodhead Jenny Lunsfordr Brodhead F 1 Will Black, Cooksburg 31 1 Mode Debord, Brodhead Burr Lee Chesnut M 1 H. D. Bloomer, Wabd 31. 1 Martha. Helton. Ottawa G. W. Vance, Bloss, M1 M 1 E. R. Black, Orlando Homer Farris, Brodhead Lee Chesnut Burr W. Hr Debord, Brodhead M 1 Bill Helton, Spiro M1 L. R, Rowlett Disputauta, M 1 R, S. ShiveL Brodhead P. L. Proctor, Hiatt Mary S. Debord, Brodhead -- 7.....M 1 Same Roberts, Brodhead Dick Williams, Burr m a Sarah Rowe, Mt Vernon 31 1 Bob Nicely, Livingston M1 .M 1 James McHargue, Pine Hill Walter Burnam, Bloss, Johnnyj Jarber, Mt Vernon Williams, Mt Vernon. M.U GoJ'Honkin8. Brodhead Southan Ml M 1 W. LDickerson, Livingston G. A. Bullock, Mt Vernon, M1 M 1 Lee Merdis, Pine Hill G. C. Cromer, Bloss Jame3 Russell. Mt Vernon J 4l 1 O. H. Debord, Level XJreen Chait Spoonaiadre, Brodhead M1 F 1 W. B. Rice, Disputanta Pres. Frolick, Mt Vernon, 31 1 Z. B. Sutton, Ottawa , Bnrdete- Brown, Level Jess Lear, Hiatt Mvti Etwp .Cummins, .Withers- - . Allen. Bishop,- - Brodhead M 1 A. W. 'Adams, Quail Green .F 1 P. D. Ramsey, Mt Vernon M 1 Charles Dees, Disputanta D. W. Chappell, Conway M1 31 1 Andrew Miller, Withers Spoon'aniore. Brodhead Steve Gray; Orlando ,3t 1 Hobt: M 1 Nick Chasteen, Disputanta -- ,M, 1 W. M. Graves, D. W. Chappell, Conway, 31 1 Livingston 31 1 Conley Hale, Goochland M 1 Bertf Manias." Withers 1 31 X Sherman Chasteen. Bromo Geo. Mullins, Johnetta -.- ..; 3T 1 -- 31 1 John M1 J. P. Allibon, Conway, M 1 J. J. Purcell, Mt Vernon XS 1 T.- B. Chandler. Broino.; Pal Kidwell, Brodhead Rice. Livingston : P 1 LloydvMuUbMrWrtheja; Geo. Mullins, Johnetta M 1 J. W. Dodd, Rockford -- 311 M1 J. H. Wolf. Disnutanta. M 1 Joe Taylor, Hiatt Saaz. Sayers, Brodheajt.. J. W. McNulley, Disputanta , 1 ;itea. Mooa. mc. vernoa Veraon Minnie Frederick, F Ml!: Sam Sayers, Brodhead M 1 J. H. Richmond, Brodhead M 1 O. B. Griffin, Brodhead J. J. Beaty, Disputauta, F 1 Major Gould, Disputanta, F1 W 21 X iH. C. aopenrKoclcfdrd John. Griffin. .Cooksburg. : 31 1 C. C. Renner, Bloss ,31.1 Major Gould, Disputanta R. J. Abney, Disputanta, M 1 :S. F. Rucker, Mt Vernon . IJT--. Sowder, Mt Veraon xM.ll Nort.JHoardrJCrarr- W. S. Chesnut Wildie -.1 -M1 J. W. Baker, Crab Orchard, R. 331 1 C. C. Born, Bloss .F 1 G. C Hayes, Mt Vernon J. w. 8owder, Mt Vernon . Jake Rammy, Disputanta atoDt'BpilleuT'-Eoclrfon: -Willie Brock, Brodhead M 1 W. A. Mink, Mt Vernon 31,1 Willie Jones. Disputanta John B. Childress. Withers, M1 JM 1 N. J. Miracle, Conway Fred Hayes, Mt Veraoa . John Whltaker, Livingston - ......ap-t- iWi. U. "AaerWnr opkf ord Ml Fred Hayes, Mt Vernon M 1 W. A, Mink, Mt Vernon -Martha Mullins, Withers, M1 Taylor Mullins, Johnetta F 1 ,D. Northern, Boone m it ...... H uecit'AarjnBJMCKroTa Joe Roberts, Mt. .Yernon .M 1 W. L. Renner, Pine Hill M1 Jones Cheney, Bloss .t Nath 3ond, Gauley 31 1 Joe Fletcher, Mt Veraoa B. Harmon. Mt Vernon 31,1 Heary J. E. Reynolds. Wildie . M 1 W. C. Burdette, Wildie R. A. Wild, Climax, M1 T 1 Eugene 'Stokes. Mt Vernon Joe Fletcher. Mt Veraaa 31 1 Arthur Franklin, Wildie iJ.y.;1 Joi&B- - Ste4inrXvei Green Jesse Proctor,. Wildie ,. , M 1 Geo. Harmond, Dudley .. , M 1 Richard Branaman, Wildie ..- 31 1 J. B. Rash, Mt Vernon Arch Hayes, Brodhead, Mandy Basty, Mt Veraaa M1 Akjert DrWflnTMt; Ternou -W. H. Tlsh, Wildie a M 1 J E. Singleton, Hiatt Arch Allen, Gauley August fKruger, Mt Yeraba M1 F1 Willie Hammond. Disputanta ..M 1 W. S. Branaman, Wildie et Mary Renner, Livingston. JM ajw3?7roaoeaoi M 1 Tom West Pine Hill Hehrr.Trfiadway. MtVeraea y313 W. B. Sigmon, Wildie M1 3T 1 W. S. Branaman, Wildie J. C. Allen, Gauley. 'X leather tlfajenr,. fcirajtiead Logan Renner, Mt Yernon ..-13- 1 MX Nath Arnold, Burr Ur-U- Bob Shearer, Disputanta- M1 Ace- - Sears, Climax . 31 1 G. FJ. Alexander, Wildie J. E. Craig, Quail "fitafVe BarfiWtrBrodheid Bud Rowe, Mt Vernon M 1 J. F.-- Johnson, Dudley . I 'JJLShcarer, Disputanta ...:?' '"m W. D. Cummins, uail 13. McKjnler Arnold, vBurr . ...l....;.Z.?.W 1 Aaron Paris, Climax 3&i JatojrjTJwflor.Mt Vwnpn Mat Han, qauiey M 1 Alvin Carpenter, Hiatt ueo ArnoiaVwnrr. M 1 Milford. Johnson, Dudley allace Lasweu, trauao lBli.'Mir.'-MtrYeraQ- n TiaeJ: Williams, Disputanta, ..." : M. Joaea, Gauleyi M 1 Hebecca Leece, Orlando )IIlard Griffith, Wildie ".. -- 311Arthur Hunt, Hiatt 3tfl Willie McGuire. Climax X Ernest Araotd,. Burr M 1 Dbhm1 X a am TT3 ., j ., . .1 h,.Htnjm.mA,-iswmTiHJohn Swiney, Bloss " a- GeoJKteK.iWiWie M4Sa2Azsold, Orlaaaorxojuk. iacgct1,:Etu.I..vt jL . "M-r- f ; ; John McClure, Bloss Walter Fnget, Hiatt Jack Hf."'Pnnins. Pine Hill Ml Arthur Jaylor Conway Jfcl WilljsHeie9nV"SpfcaRKS..iT E1 (&o? BurionXt.' Vera r .-i Tt afcatrFaniy MttV'Biptoeaa - ir' John Brock, Hiatt v 31 1 .Wall Ballinger, Johnetta 3oe- - Aifanw. Hiatt Wash- Helton; Spire -- w. Henry Mahaffey, Livingston T ,1 f vrHIM..'. B. jOrerBy; 'PJaeHlU i'i Babe Sitrmon. Hiatt M1 1 E. F Gentry, Spiro 311 JasyMcGuIre, Dudley i. 8:. Helton. Spiro ,...',;.-:.,.r..ai rf Jim vAdaats,. Hiattx JC1 EL Cress, rMtVecaoa ,.,.31 1 E. F. Gentry, 5plro Ttf 1 Uteve ounpsiou, sutro ......, .at. j. Geo Stow.' Brodaead7!! Thos. Bowler, iDrlaHdo ,,.r. . 1 ". A.' jCammins, Mt Yeraoflt lYinaie. McGuire, Johnetta zTil .Ed'CressiMt. Yetirca, "1P'F Jr.Bi'Noef .: M. Gentry, Mt Vernon Yerpen, W. H. Gentry, Spiro 1 1 M X J; W. Baker. Jr-- Livingston 3 Albert Owens, Spiro Phllbeck, Orktado- -- lMl D; MCres; MtYeraoh. JFX sa F 1 W. H. Gentry, Spiro A. L. Lawrence, Level Green 31 1 veraoa. JM1 Thomas .F 1 "W. M. Durham, Johnetta jr. Mr. Manns, Mt 'Yernon . Jasper McGrand. Cedarville M--l Wade Bowes. Plato Kobfc .Fletcberi.Mt. Yerpoa; .',.M 1 Susan Harrison, Mt Vernon ;3I 1 Charley Allen, Withers J. W Owens, Brodhead M1 DeMext Baker,- Mt. F 1 Leon Durham, Johnetta. J. F. Stevens, Rockford .. :..:.r. c J. A: Stokes, Livingstoa M 1 Martha Skeeler, Burr Chas, Hurst Brodhead M 1 W. M. Thompson. Maretburg M 1 Sanders BalL Livingston M1 Hugh Robinson, Pine Hill . F 1 J. R; Reams, Dudley 1 yr. H. Owens, WlltalUa M1 F 1 Mode Horn, Quail Chas. Hurst, Brodhead M 1 Esau Harrison, Maretburg J.-- M. Norton, Mt. Vernoa 31 1 Jas. Reams, Dudley M1 Ml W. B. Boumon, Climax M It Ora Barnett Brodhead M 1 John Horn, uail M 1 Grover Howard, Gauley Leon Houk, Maretburg S. T. Reams, Dudley .M 1 Jim Noe. Mt Vernon M1 3L1 Ji M. Abney, Johnetta. W T .Floyd Brock, Brodhead 1 p Joe Reams, Dudley S. J. Poynter, Plato M1 M1 John Horn, Quail . Charles Simpson, Mt Vernon ..T..JA M. Dees, Livingston ""-M W: A. Abney, Johnetta! , Gains Cummins, Willailla M 1 Jack Crawford, Mt Vernon ..., M 1 T. M. Dees. Llvinsston 1 T. W. A. Hiatt Hiatt :F 1 Logan Sowder, Mt Vernon W. B. Cable, Spiro 31 1 Joe Reams, Dudley F1 .I .M 1 S. Thompson, Willailla J. -- ...M 1 M 1 W. C. Gilliam, Livingston . Mat Hoskins, Gum Sulphur W. B. Cable, Spiro W. P. Forth, Dudley 31 1 Ml Henry Parrett Mt Vernon 1 Luther- Cummins, Mt Vernon -- 31 1 Ivay Singleton, Mt Vernon M 1 R. C. Williams, Ottawa M 1 G. W. Clark. Livingston Vernon Wf L. Langford, Orlando M 1 W, T. Davis, Mt Vernon 31 1 O. G. Proctor, Ottawa 31 1 M 1 Bill Cnmmlaa,. Mt Vemoa iM.l Bob T.Clontz, Mt Vernon. 31 1 Chas, Williams, Ottawa M 1 John B. Clarke Livingston Farmer Helton, Wildie 1 W: Evans, Mt 31 1 O. G. Proctor, Ottawa 31 1 F Larkln Abney, Johnetta M 1 Babe MensonMt. YernotT .31 1 Bob Horn, Ottawa M 1 B. "K. Cornett CUmax W. R, Coffey, Wildie M 1 E: Abney, Johnetta M 1 Chas. Sowder, Ottawa James Phllpot Livingston --; 31 1 31 1 Eli Hampto;.Xivietoa- F 1 Geo. Albright, Ottawa W. R. Coffey, Wildie M 1 R. L. Smith, Hiatt M 1 Friday Abney, Jobngtta . Luther Phllpot Livingston, ; M 1 Tom Williams, Cedarville 31 1 ..M 1 Humble DgaateyT HvIngsJaja .M 1 John Brown, Level Green M 1 Gua Staverson, Mt Vernon .M 1 "Minnie Coffey,. Jas. Burdett Wildie H. L. Alconv Hiatt Alfred Helton,. Livingston F1 . Vernon nenry 5araett uwagston Mt i W. F. Baker, Mt Vernon 3I 1 Jas. Doan, Cedarville ... M ,1 Bad. Southan Withers 3f 1 Henry Huff, .Conway John Sowder, Quail Yejnon-Jbn- es John H:. Coffey, Mt John coctcrtfl, Llvtaaston : m J. F. Taylor, Mt Vernon Tb- 3i HanseL Pise Hill '. Buler Mullins, Withers M1 P. H. Burdett Wildie; M1 31 1 Jas. Pinkerton,. Mt Vernon" .M-H. Coffey, Mt Yernon, F 1 Abe EvaaATliivingscon. Addie Coffey, Wildie M 1 M.'X. Vaughn, Cooksburg A. W. Barnes, Mt Vernon Gentry, Ottawa- -Ml O. A. M1 M1 Jfca: McHitrgae. Pine HMl MI Geo. Parett Mt Vernon: t James BIch, Livingston i d&l EfecJI iPtman, Mt Vernon; 1.M1 M. A. Yaagfin; Cooksburg M 1 D. R. Gentry, WillailUr Mrs. Tberd Parsons, Wildie :m 1 W. M. McDowell, M 1 P. A. Biirdptt. Mti Vprnoti M1 : M 1 John Aaams. LiTiaaawn Mt Yernoi F 1 D. R. Gentry,- WillaUhi M 1 Aiex. V.rew, Mos"l,rK Therd Parsons, Wildie M 1 Sam PowelL Conway 31 1 J. S. Childress,. Johnetta J-:. 31 1 .M 1 John lx- Deaay Payne, Mt Vernonl Mt&&mfK Z M 1 O. F. Horn, Brodhead Henry O'Neal, Cedarville Maretburg.--31 1 M1 M M 1 Caspar Todd, Level Green Ji Bi Unhook; Cooksburg -.- Thomas York, Wildie F1 M3 Bugeae Smith,. D. B. Murrell, Ottawa Mi Tom Mink, Wildie ... 31 liEstell Cromer, Bios s M1 W. B. Whitehead, Mt Yernon ....M 1 W. M. Clontz, Mt aferaoa- , :M; IJ BritiDarhaav Wildie- - T.'.'T... J...3I 1 HaaRfdrd Tanaholey, Cooksburg 31 1 A. Mt Vernoa M 1 Kr H. Bro'pn,. Level Green E. W. Baker, Disputanta Ml Z. Emerick, Brodhead' 31 1 ...F 1 (Lawrence Hawcomb, Pine Hill ..M 1 Ollie 31 1 Estelle Cromer, Bloss Jak" Ftaa,' Wildie IWIfctiBrodheaA .Mil IT 'P. Bardette; WHdife ... M .Ml Jim Mink, Mt Vernon Milt Taylor, Mt Vernon M1 31 1 Ed Tackett; Mt Vernon O.' P. Bostic; Mt Vernon M 1 John M. Sowder, Mt Vernon , M Elmer DowelL Mt Vernon" M 1 Sidney Sims, Conwty W. M. Poynter, Mt Vernon .M 1 31 1 M. F. Deaton. Cedarville Ml John Debord, Cedarville . M - F. S. Meyers,. Mt Vernon M 1 Geo Bethurum, Wildie J. B. Ballinger,. Johnetta D. C. Foynter, Mt Vernon M 1 Marion' Sams, Cooksburg M1 M 1 W. H. Chasteen, Mt Vernon Zach York, Wildie Denny Cromer, Cedarville M 1 Estelfe Taompson, Level Green ..M 1 E. T; McHargue, Pine Hill M 1 M. D. Anglin, Wildie Geo. Childress, Johnetta M 1 Hugh Cromer, Cedarville M1 Alfred Moon, Pine HIU 31 1 W. L. Ashburn, Brodhead --31 1 Chas. McGuire, Cooksbarg,. .31 JL Frank Cope, Disputanta ?3 1 M X J. G. Fain. Pine Hill J. H. Lambert Boone M 1 Logan McGuire, Cooksburg M1 Pine J. J. Barnett Wildfe .F 1 Jerry Brock, Mt Vernon ..,.,.M 1 .F 1 J. P. Pencil, Pine. Hill M 1 Minnie Barnett Wildie .. . Jas. Saylor, Conway Hill E. J. Moon, F1 311 R. S Fain. Pine Hill 1 Jones , Hurst Mt Vernon F 1 Wm. Bryant Brodhead T..L. 1 James' Bibb iM 1 'V. P. Freemaa, Pina Hill Cedftfille M 1 W. M. Cummins, Wildie . Jas. Saylor, Conway .31 1 M 1 Dick Thomas, 311 J. T. Osborne, .Brodhead James Dyer, Mt Vernon " je 1 XBell PJke, Mt Yernon ...x.xL.,31 1 Q B. irsoifeBrpdikid M 1 Lucy Cummins. Wildie Logan Owens, Burr 31 1 Nath Brummett, Brodhead -- F 1 Fiae HIU '. Joes.pyer,. sit, vernon James. Broadly, Mt. Yernon sstM 1 J.-- C. HtmardreaiaKSulr ', F 1 J. H. Cress, Mt Vernon M ,1 Ell Howard Gum Sulphur Dr. L. Chesnut Mt Vernon M 1 John McHargue, Pine Hill J. B. Pike,' Pine Hill 31 1 M 1 J. C. Hayes, Gum Sulphur Owen Allen, Cooksburg 31 1 JR. W. Oliver, Hazlepatch 31 1 J. A. McLemore, Mt Vernon W. C. Thomason, Burr M 1 W. D. Fralsley, Brodhead . M 1 G. W. Detheridge, Mt. Vernon 31 1 M 1 F. M. Shiplett, Cedarville M1 Ballard Owens, Cooksburg M 1 Millie E. Hatcher, Mt Vernon Jacob Jones, Conway M 1 Chas. H. Carter, Brodhead 3f 1 Wilburn Hale, Goochland F1 M 1 J. H. 'Hayes, Conway 1 Clell Pike, Pine Hill Nelson Owens, Withers, 31 M 1 O. L. Hatcher, Level Green M 1 Jack Meece, Level Green -F. Catron, Wildie 31 11 Wllburn Hale, Goochland F1 M 1 J. W. Chasteen, Johnetta .M 1 W. O.. Yadori.- - Brodhead T: R. Woods, Withers M 1 Giles. Shell, Level Green Allen Catron, Wildie J x. Walter, Leer Mt Vernon 31 1 LW. N. Richmond, Rockford 31 1 1 W. m Mnlllns; Withers-Steve Kirby; MtYernon -..M 1 .Steve Vanwinkle; Johnetta 31-J. W. Rener, Mt Vernon 31 1 J. R. Richmond, Rockford J. M. Bullock, Mt Vernon Arthur Cooper, Mt. Vernon . M 1 L. J. Drew, Orlando 31 1 Garfield Gabbard, Boone Ed Bullock, Orlando S. F. Bowman, Mt Vernon M 1 T. C. Welch, Livingston --. F 1 J. A. Hasty, Ottawa Bradley PowelL Conway M 1 H. C. Kirby, Level Green F1 .: John Scott, Bromo J. T. Cromer, Livingston 31 1 Milt Mullins, Orlando , Conway Grant Banks, Mt Vernon ........jrl D. B. Baron, Mt Vernon, 311 Lillian Ponder, Livingston 31 1 David Denny, Ottawa F 1 T. T. Payne, Disputanta 31 1 Brance Powell, Conway .... Jas. Madden, Burr McKinley Todd, W. A. Coffey, Wildie ,.... ........iVT 1 Henry Baron, Mt Vernon CJhas. Owens, Johnetta 31 1 O. M. Payne, Disputanta M1 Garlin Farris, Ottawa Tahltha Hiatt Mt Vernon w3I 1 W. A. Coffey, Wildie Geo. Riddle, Conway Ben Chllders, Plate 31 1 .G. R. Evans, Mt. Vernon B. Durham, Pine Hill M 1 Richard King, Disputanta .MJL Gj M. M 1 W. M. Griffin, Pine Hill Sallle Roberts, Gum Sulphur ..T..M 1 Henry Parkerson, Hiatt Johnston, Brodhead .M 1 Sylvan Bordes, Goochland 31 1 : 31 1 Sam Croucher, Disputanta Oscar Evans, Mt Vernon Ml A, J. .Leece, 3rab Orchard A. L. Burk, Brodhead M 1 G: F. Bordes, Goochland Ml James Barnes, Pine Hill Grace Hysinger, Hiatt . F1 C. C. Bodkin. Xlvingston 1 Oscar Sims, Boone. 31 1 Geo. Bector, Climax A. L. Burk, Brodhead .F 1 John McCracken, Goochland P 1 "Robt. McQueen. Climax M1 M 1 G. B. Black, Goochland .. M 1 Sam Lambert Boone R. L. Payne. Livingston y - ., M 1 M. F. Pike, Livingston M 1 Effie McCracken, Goochland M 1 Charile Beker, Climax J. Monte Roberts, Brodhead 31 1 Ml W. A. Mullins, Johnetta M 1 S. W. Saylor, Conway Herbert Coffey, Conway ...i M 1 Booth Purcell, Mt Yernon 31 1 Tom McCracken, Johnetta M 1 J. S. Summiford. Disputanta Sam Stewart, Orlando M 1 Ed Barnes, Burr 31 1 1 John Van Sant, Cooksburg Phil Roberts; Hiatt M 1 Ed McCracken, Johnetta R. A. Jones, Hiatt M'l A. C. Hart Disputanta 1 Mason Miller. Disputanta Henry Baron, Mt Yernon --F 1 Ruphert Brock; 'Hiatt imiinMiiiim 3 Lloyd Van Sant, Cooksburg M 1 Lester Clock, Johnetta M 1 Fanny Rash, Mt Vernon 1 Alfred Harvey.-- Climax R. F. Early, Hiatt 31 1 31 1 James Mason, Livingston . H. J. Burdetet WiMie . 3I 1 R.. W. Joaea, JCenway 31 1 Ed Brown, Level Green 311 James Cope. Disputanta .. J. J. Holeman, Hiatt M1 M 1 W. M. Forester,, Livingston H. H. Dueeis. Conway John McMullin, Mt Vernea F 1 Willis Coffey, Brodhead : .31 1 Matt Singleton, Cooksburg A. S. Owens, Orlando 3 1 J. H. Doan, Hiatt . Cecil Linviile, Bockford M 1 J. C Blair, Boone M1 .F 1 Oscar McNulley, Brodhead Hill McMulUn, Mt Vernon J. E.- S. Cox, Brodhead M 1 W. W. Cable, Spiro M1 J. C. Bullen, Jr., Bockford Ml Dillard Allen, Goochland 31 1 J. W. Blair, Boone XT 1 Greg McHargue Hiatt ... M 1 Jesse Debord, Mt Vernon H. E. Bowlett, Disputanta M 1 Leila Cable, Spiro Thos. Cox, Brodhead M1 31 1 W. T. Hicks, Wildie Cash Hurst Goochland Connie Adams, Burr 31 1 Wi-- F. Northern, Climax 31 1 Mark Morris, Withers J. E. Cox, Brodhead Major Mullins, Withers M1 31 1 W. T. Hicks, Wildie Judge Allen. Goochland .M 1 Frank. Cornett Climax MulHns, VHdie Billie M 1 B. L. Chasteen, Johnetta M 1 Grace Sowder, Mt Vernon W. L. Proctor, Mt Vernon M1 John Anglin, Withers 31 1 A. J.,J3ilL Conway Will Drew, Johnetta .. .... ........JJ X' Jqhnny French;. Mt Vernon ., M 1 B. L. Chasteen, Johnetta W. L. Proctor, Mt Vernon, M 1 L. H. Davis. Livingston M1 J. W. Mullins, Livingston F 1 W. C. Baker, Wildie Levi Denny, Brodhead. ..... Mil Ajonzo a rencn;- - 'ml veraon M 1 J. A. McKinney, Splfo M 1 T.p Wehh. Llvlneston . J. S. Rowe, Mt Vernon M1 M 1 Marion Forsythe, Climax J. W. Mullins, Xlvingston t . p i J. W. MulllnsLlviaastoa Jones Mullins, Wildie 3 1 J.. H. Jones, Goochland M 1 Esker Delany, Brodhead J. H. Reams, Conway M1 Ml H. L. Norton, Cedarville ...M 1 W. D. Forsythe, Climax Chess "Peters, Wildie laa a Xf 1 j.: a. KoDins, uauiey-LfJ. M. Munsey, Brodhead .M 1 Henry McFerron, Mt Vernon J. R. Philbeck, Livingston 31 1 Robt Dyer, Cedarville W. H. Garmlcal. Mt Vernon Ben Bullock, Wabd M.1 Ward, Livingston M O. A. Mullins, Livingston M 1 Chas. Lear, Hiatt J. H. Bullock, Level Green F 1 Geo. rfMviful, Mt Vernon M1 M 1 John McFerron, Mt Vernon Geo. McKinney,' Hansford 1 Ann Alien, Goochland M 1 James Rector. Livingston 31 1 Sim Denny, Ottawa M 1 Gnas. McLemore. Xevel Green J. A. Hiatt, Mt Vernon 31 1 SInnle McFerron, Mt" Yernon 3I 1 Bertie, Cromer, Mt,Yemon, a .M 1 S.JF. Davis, Livingston .. M 1 J. H. Barnes, Mt Vernon M 1 Geo. Pitman, Mt. Vernon Albert Allen, Cooksburg M1 Hardin Sams, Livingston 31 1 C. N. Capps, Spiro H..G. Owens; Bplro --Lj. IFi J.5 Childress, Withers M 1 Jack Bowe, Mt Vernon E. H. Saylor, Brodhead M 1 W. S. Bailey. Gauley M1 Jones Stevens, Level Green Jas. W. Cromer, Livingston' B. A. 'Barnett .Orlando t......M 1 Will Reynolds, Pine HIU Mrs. Fred Krueger, Mt Verrioiu.M 1 J. W. Moore, Hiatt Sam Lonberry, Llviagston M1 1 Jas. W. Cromer, Livingston . E. L. Brock, Crab Orchard On, LaswelL .Orlaado 31 1 V ACromenaPine-Hlm L. M Sigmon, Wdle 31 1 Geo. Winstead, Mt Vernon J. '.u3iVl J: R. Alcorn. Cooksburg J. O. Beker, Mt Vernon ;.i. M 1 A. D. Kirby Livingston - Orlando" ,?....MT.t Mary 'Cottengim, iTollletEaBwelirM 1 D. G. Glark, Orlando John Dees, Disputanta M 1 Onarley Mullins',. Livingston BtaeviHlll M1 Ml Henry Bowe, Mt Vernon 31 1 K. J. Owens, uail F1 M 1 B: O. Cottengim, .Plne-HiWm. Noe, Crab Orchard No. 3 M 1 J. J. Nichols, Mt Vernon 31 1 Frank Hnnt Maretburg M. C' Brock,- Coaway. M 1 Willie Mullins,. Orlaado M 1 A. L Owens. Quail -. M 1 W. 8. Bery, Conway Orlando M 1 John Sayers, Brodhead D. W. Grubb, Pine Hill L M- -l .Mary Ponder. Wm. Gadd, Boone' M 1 W. S. Cromer. Mt Yernon Ml C. J. Lovell. Burr 31 1 .F 1 RiisseU Liaville; Conway .. : 1 M 1 H. C Qromer, Cedarville Arch Albright, Brodhead 3C1 Root LangfordtBurr M 1 Arthur 0NeiL Cedarville M-- l M 1 Carson Lee, Brodhead McKinneV. Brodhead Doan, Cedarville -- : Charlie 3f 1 Fanny Rowe, Mt Vernon Walter Drew, Burr :3C.i J$ A. Wood, Conway. .M 1 W. H. Cress, uail SllUam DoweU, MtYeraon Sobt Langford, Burr M1 L.M 1 W. T. Miracle, Conway Clifton Boone, Cedarville- M1 Sam Bryant Orlando Gaal Davis, Mt Vernon 311 Bill Mullins, Mt Veraon .M 1 J. E. Cummins," Ottawa' ;i.;.flaV X l 311 - 1 J. B. LJy.esiay,,Mt1Yten.on ErBennerft-iCTville.341 U. R. Martin, Brodhead M Thos. Kirby, Mt Vernon 3C 1 W. Mr Croacher? Disputanta . j. .M cranenrwnate Mrs. Alice Davis, Mt Vernon M1 3T 1 Maretburg Oyerby, Pine-Hi- ll --31 1 T. H Wolf, Wildie M 1 Jim Thompson M 1 Mrs. Lou Martin, Brodhead ... M 1 B. T. Livesay. Maretbure Willis Kirby, Mt Vernon 3C 1 M. L. WUeon, Pine HIU M1 Livingston 3f 1 Andrew M X C. E. Xoinaan. WUdle M 1 Jams Gravely, Brodhead itert uverDy, fine uui BUI Arnold, Mt Vernon M 1 A. Pitman, Livingston W. Proctor, BrodheaS J. M 1 Homer Livesay, Maretburg M1 M1 . j j: ji & H. Rice, James Noe, Mt Vernoa M 1 G. G., Lawrence, Brodhead M1 Sam Coffey, Disputanta W. E. Groves, Livingstoa vim. Smith, Wildie . Marlon Mink. Maretbure 31 1 M X Bill Helton. Wildie C. H. Rice, TJvingston M 1 Luke Croucher.. Johnetta M 1 Jtoesell Nicely, Mt Vernon John ShiveL Hiatt 3C1 Charley Dees, Disantantav sac-- i H. R. Pase,Gauley :trJ. . M1 . JfUOTtUA. . Karl Mink. Livingston .m .7, 1 Wallaee Clarke Orlaado iJP 1 Jones Slinpaea, Disputanta Lee Reynolds, Livingston M j. rtSiiKi3jmAUK... u. a. vox. Mt Vernon .XJT 1 F Henry Mink. Livingston 1 ...& x M 1 W. T. MuUIhb, Conway W. T. Amyx, Liviagston waKer kkski ciedawrtUe-.-- : . M 1 Robt Hasty, Mt, Vernon L i.iy. .. 1 Arthur Clarkj Climax 1 Dobt Abney; Dtepanta Bartlett, Mt Veraoa 31 1 Mrs. A.IS; Ward. Lkiaaston Vera atM.:Vrafr, i cnaafviuei;; ,, t i.M 1 -- M 1 W. B. 4 Saepaerd.i, Gauley . 3fil Sam Foaat LlviajJBton A. T rH..-Atuiav. TllBSMAasfm ? M n, W. J. Sparks, Mt Veraoa iSjlal 'iwdaWfUle umer ijutrt, vjiiihhx 1 juwj rouaeaa'-- . s&x ?- F1 ' ' lElvin A'dams, Wildie zm x HaartBnBan Tr i a. Callihaa, Ceaway D. F 1 J. J. Hamilton, Rockford ..al -- Ml JesseCoffey, Brotjbead iar,. n iftaiiiir 3Cil 3C1 " CediiU-M;M JjiDick Saaith. Mt Yeraoa D. TV. CaUlaaa, Ceaway J. CQcBewmaa, DlaMtinta, MI Henry Rucker, Booae Bnl 1 Henry Woed&ll, Brodhead: M1 irk, Wlle MU Wheeler i Climax ll X E. H M 1 J. M Cox, ,Goochlaad A. J. Callihaa, Ceaway ,l!MV66rt JaltlHrMlMal mi tiJi, x Jaawf Anglin, DkfijkaBtat V ..Ml W. H Riddle, ;Conwey iW. T. CUawx ... t 1 Willis Chasteen, Diiputanta Mat. Howard, Coaway' . -s -- M 1 ty aj. xuente, ijooway ULM M FJtti, BroHa45- iUHl 111mm TlliklM, Ttjwra-iiiii M. 7. Kirby, Llvingitoa M 1 Logan Renaer, Cedarville W.M.rMcHagae, PiaeSill JyiMlam t ....w feM lkalex. Ha r ft. Flom Ha.Tt&ML "a Tli laaHnair MX Jaaes Miller, Orlaado ..Ml BtfzabetaTMink.iiWildle II 1 F. I'J.Modew. Mtbteraon. vt a M 1 E, R. Houston, Brodhead Sami Maharg, Hiatt f . z tp jm JanaCox, 3T1 David Mink, WiWIe' f MeHtley -- M 1 WItttew GlUCerd Pitawa, Piae Hill . Ellen. Brown; Wildie -.-.i-3C ;M 1 G. A. Chaney Bloss H. S. Coffey, Wildie , H D. M: Leaiee PaUUpg, WlWle . TiaeJHIU M 1 Mary E. Coffey, Wildie ; G. W. Farris, Ottawa 1 Frankie Brown, WiKHe 1 Leaader McKiaaey, Hansford M 1 Pattin Harris. Brodhead CarliPMUa, Crab Orchard. . ItTbowpaoa, Broaaad- M1 II 1 J. H. Coffey, Wildie J. S. W t!4 M 1 H L. Whltaker, Blosa J. B. Croaier,V Level Green - ' .. - 1 Tom HanaeL Mt Yenwn: Meary weaa, Jfreaaeaa J. W. Hoskins, jCrab Orchard Vi"Y ' V'. : W. W. Bice, Cedarville m Bdsar Tynse, Ottawa w. G. Payne, Burr M1 M;14 Waa Taeatyooar Ottawa M 1 Robt Mosely MtTVerteaT 'i- - -lt UTaciwar,,iriaaBaav:fi.-- - saiti JoanBJAlWMieU. ..M 1 J. L. Adams, Hiatt W. H. XUViMe, Hockford 3C 1 C. E. Jeaes, Piae HiU Fmaar Caak; Ottawa. 1 ; Ml Bobfe MoselyiiiMtg-Kaawa- i m $n X Cieaee, Llviaaatoa I. M 1 Z. B. Hall, Brodhead. Hagk JJavMte, Xockford C. Crab Drcaard JXbbataaea, 'Ottawa liMCNwuoaVsZJso .ur--i cm , Sarah Clark,. Be4aead C. M. WIIsob, Jeaaetta -Beary HarrSsoa, Brodhead .M-- l .31 1 Carlo Saylor, Crab Orchard irjtuns. . J. JV. MalHne, Jjc, Mt .yacaaa ..m WjMle Cink, Breaaead -- JRtl -- . 0. Heak, Maretbarg ' fWttl Creech: Ortaado LJ :M-- 1 Beve 'Thomas, Mt Yeraea JLw..Ja-- l J. S.;Cammia, Wlktte 1 Taaaay 8araa Deanr. .Brerthaa .. KUriah Drew, Oriaade a Venwa : J. H. Wiakter, Maretbarg tm 1 WIU GriffiaftrCeekBwir J. J. CwaaUaa,' WihUe ar i L.,irtoo; Mt ani-c-Jrmmm JC 1 1 J. V. Adaa, Hiatt Anale Madges, Barr.. rHriwk. Level Greaa jf..Jair JT IiaweU,CH(tawa.Iiviatl M JLTrlM. IVViniaW- -MX A'rthar Adaaw, Hiatt . y, Jas. WlBstead, WaM B. T.' LaawelL, Ottawa Ji-i3i- a saaauaaatMlwak'' af 1 B. S. Marlon 8taMiBroda4i-.;.M;- l Ji Owya: Viifciai ' ' -- M 1 w. M. PercifaL Bwf W. G. fcpfw, Hiatt -J. 12 Balkm; Wildie UM)1 Cyril BamiHl BftiJtaaa ....s-.-- J 1 1' . J, W. HaMoa.. Fia H1H A J, A. McaUaaey,. 8p4r E. L. Browa, WiUaiU 1 Batoiali Kelly, Crab, T. B. Hcttoa. Ptoc HiU 3f 1 D. B. Caaawer, 1 Joaa NaaaM, Mt 1fmmmL J. it. w&ttaw, mi4k,,.Cay-AJP. N.v3aal:jueacd. CoochadtcLi-- a. BxVjat- m 311 vaaaaaak aaaaai DOC Jonas Debord, Level Green W. G. Brown, Ottawa G. M. Owens, Maretburg I G. M. Owens, Maretburg H. W. Green, Gum Sulphur John Soward, Conway The followingis the list of those Chas. Shafer, Brodhead TIC LIST .. ptfjt4ftfe. , - v. f - , . . .rt-'- ! .. -- - rF;J . ' -- -- Ml .. Ml .- -. Fl , 1 . .. i , 1ft a ! - - . BilL-Thom- as, '.- .31 M Ml -- 4 -- - .3l i. Ml Ml JF. I . - ,lt WK -- - 3 1 Tk.T 1 ......M1 Ml -- Fl -- , - -- Ml - Jit . . Ml J. , , JMl HI Liwoarttiie -- ; g,-q- fi ...pi Ji i Fl It ,.-- 311 i ivr. - mi :ttiaaC)i7i:'uJ5S. rH iMl r3tra .Fl Ml - -- .- ,. Flkrited- Ml - - ,- .2 M - i i i F3 - . - i -- Ml Ml Ml Jit - Ml Ml ft - . - i j . . Jl .3 J.1 i Ml i Ml - .. - . 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MT.VfifttfdN S1GWUL, FRIDAY, t li 'I r- - MAtk 14 1919. DOG TAG LIST Con n od .1. 3Ieteher Kice. Cedarville J. VT. Cromer. Mr. Vernon T. N. Seal, Rockfrl .1. E. Cuubdfcr, Brodhend II. Ramsey. Mt. Vernon J. A. l'ro .i.r. Quail S. i -- v II. II. Minks, S?i!ro - UulhM-k- . Iliuisfiml .. L. IL Doan, Cedirri!'i O. "W. HellliiRvnorth. CI G. W. Morris, Livingston B. ChapiMjll. Jit. Vernon M .. M M uiu. Tames Jones, Livingston Chaster Shell. Gauley Sam Miller. Gauley W. XL Touder, Gauley H. M. Mink, Jr., Livingston Ted Mink, Livingston , -- Iraac Haney, Disputanta Mollie Harvey, Disputanta Lloyd Donnell Wildie Joe Saylor, Wildie Allen Kurdett, Wildie Margaret Todd. Wildie Jas. Grant, Boone .Tas. Grant. Boone Tom Johnson. Boone , V. W. Barnett. Johnetta L. R. Kirhy. Big Hill M M M M .M M .M M , F . M M M F M "M z -- Andrew Johnson, Brodhead John Montgomery. Climax T. C. Holt, Rockford Cecil Mie. Cedarville Everett Mize, Cedarville Itoliert Thomas, Livingston Martha Whitaker, Livingston TV. S. Rentier, Livingston Jones Denny, Mt. Vernon 0. C. King, Livingston Eliza Nantz, Conway ., Ella Blanton, Crab Orchard Milda Swiney, Livingston J. J. Brown, Level Green D. G. Bullock, Mt. Vernon M. L. Miller, Disputanta John Miller, Disputanta TVade Norton, Level Green J. C. Hinee, Mt. Vernon TV. L. Langford, Wildie TV. A. Johnson, Brodhead i Hans I,ovett. Big Hill S. 1 Hammond, Disputanta : ('has. Ri hmond, Disputanta Jese Kirhy. Pine Hill B. C. Mullins, Withers Mattie Mullins, Withers 1 .M M M M M F M M M M M .M M 31 J. Louis Bustle, Mt. Vernon Renlien Mullins, Cooksburg C. F. Allen, Cooksburg J. D. Shepherd, Withers TV. H. Cummins, TVillailla Cail McClure, TVillailla Ben Allen, Orlando Ben Allen, Orlando Thos. G. Webb, Livingston J. H. Mullins, Livingston Teddy Meece, Level Green J. L. Owens, Cooksburg J R. Shepherd, Mt Vernon 1 Jack Polly, Mt Vernon Mat Graves, ML Vernon 1. A. Chasteen, Johnetta Chas. Poynter, Livingston a Rimel, Wildie Samautha Rimel, Wildie J. J. Wren, Boone Willis Baker. Withers Oscar Thomas. Disputanta Mrs. Lula Cope, Livingston . Bradley Hellard, Livingston ' Chas. N. McHorn, Disputanta TV. M. Poynter, Livingston G. TV. Johnson, Livingston -- Robt Chesnut Disputanta M .M M M M M M M M M M M M M .M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M F, M M M M M M M M F M M M M M M Climax Huston Pitman, Livingston Chas Blackburn, Livingston Andy Hellard, Livingston Chester Brow, Quail O. Finnerell, Climax O. FinnerelL m M J......M 1 Max XIaddox, Crab Orchard XI 1 Bessie Bethnmm, Xlt Vernon 5L..M 1 Jas. Forkner,' Livingston Climax M XI 1 W. F. Norton, Plato M a, TVillailla Pete Lurk. Ititvlhr-'- i I XI 1 Willie Spivey, Livingston .....w-" . Jle, XI 1 Pete Hefiaid, Livingston M 1 W. H. Drew, Cooksburg Cedarville Tom Lovins, Livingston ' -- M 1 Bryant Bray, Wihfie M 1 T. R. Xlullins, Withers ....'. Xr 1 Frank Phillips, Mt Vernon John Whitaker, Cedarville M a ?.mh Wrdlo-.- . Conway XI 1 J. W. Mehaffey. Livingston M 1 Sam Spivey. Livingston XI .Jas. Whitaker, Cedarville ,.M i James Xlobcrly, Livingston XI 1 J. J. Brown, .Ottawa Ed Cummins, XI t. Vernon F 1 John "SturgilC Livingston XI XI 1 Cleo XlcClure, Livingston irgil HeiTiii? Ottawa . , .F ..XI 1 Eb Xlobcrly, Livingston Geo. Doau, Xlt". Vernon .. XI M 1 Fred Kendrick, Gauley XI 1 J. Griffin, Orlando W. S. Pitman, Livingston i Jeff Debord, Level Green XI IZ!".M i Recce XUe, Cedarville ...'. XI 1 XI 1 Xlolie .Carpenter, Dango Claude Ramsey, Wildie ......XI J. F. York, Withers M 1 E. TV. Quiiin, "Livingston .. ..M i Jrhn Ilysingcr, Mt. Verlion Boyd Bullock, Hansford M 1 Tom Payne, Withers XI L.M i Joe Cash, Lrodhcad M 1'q E. 'York, Livingston XI 1 John Payne, Withers XI .. ,. J. if. XlcClure, Liringston XI 1 Joe Smith, ..XI 1 Henry Abney, Disputanta Wi P. Hayes, Brodhead Livingston vEcl Bullock, Mt Vernon .. ......M XI 1 H. L. Ponder, Gauley XI 1 Clarence nood, Xlt Vernon Josh Uoreing Orlando .M, 1 J. C. Pennington, Disputanta F XI 1 Bob McClure, Livingston M 1 Ienny BalL'nger, Johnetti M 1 Lewis XIcGuire, Wildie ..xr J. J. XI. Carlton, Brodhead XI- XI 1 A. J. Sheitou, Brodhead M 1 Jeff Frans, Crab 'Orchard Susan Reams, Dudley Harvey XIcFerron, Mt. Vernon ..F 1 XI 1 Wise Al.en, Brodhead F XI 1 F. Eates, Crab Orchard J. James Dooley, Wildie .M 1 C. H. Linigar, Orlando i. XI 1 Marion Hasty, Mt. Vernon XI 3 ."!en Rash, Livingston M 1 Chas. Shepherd, Xlt Vernon XI 1 Walter .Southard ,Pine Hill 1 Kll ert Lussel, Livingston ..M 1 G. D. Mink, Livingston Mou-McNew, Wildie ...M XI 1 James Durham, Dango XI 1 XIatt Bowles, Daugo XI 1 om Kirhy, Livingston .., ...XI 1 J. E. Bullock. Bloss Oscar Rich. Boone F1 . .. . n . . XI 1 .i... XI 1 .Mdic Kir y, Livingston .".i William Rich, Boone .... ...XI ...XI 1 mlIU .ueLmiuei, witners Goochland XI 1 Owen Al'en, XI '3 .iobert J. Payne, Xlt- Vernon Jesse Iigg, Disputanta ,..M "XI li Rolley Xlullins, Withers TV. Parkam, Livingston XI 1 XI 1 J. I. G. Xloore, Livingston L. P. Hellard .Livingston Zm 1 fbap. E. Debord, Brodhead .. .XI TV. O. B. Laswell. Orlando ..! XI 1 . .XI 1 '. C. Norchrn, Rockford r. L. B. McClure, Conway .XI XI 1 r- - F- - Sims, Conway v Cliff, Pine Hill-...-XI 1 Walter Xlullins, Withers XI 1 L. P. Tilse Shelton, Livingston Y Zxi lfXIovie Sparks, Johnetta Emily, Xlullins, Withers M 1 II. F. Gabbard, Sedarville . .....XI 1 A. E. Xlink, Livingston .:. XI I..P li car Argenbright, Livingston Abe' Isaacs, Wildie F-XI 1 A. E. Mink, Livingston l Willie Singleton, Cooksburg M Dowelt Ottawa ...ii I emmett .uuuins, vitliers .',. XI M 1 Jeff Emmett Langfortl, Livingston Gabe Marshall, Livingston XI XI I James Phelps, Cedarville . .XlcClure. Ottawa B. XI M1 Boyd Carpenter, Dango E. Ballinger, Wildie .J. M vaiter wrenr OJoone ....XI 1, Jirs. C. Cromer, CedarvileH. .....XL-XI TV. XI. Xlurphy, Livingston XI XIrs. J. C. Cromer, Livingston J. L Doan, Xlt Vernon 1 F Dewey Spoir, Climax XI 1 XI Georgan Lee, Xlt Vernon .. Boone Bennett, Dudley A. T. Xloore, Xlt Vernon XI Willie Holsworth, Climax .v "".".XI XI ." M Walter Owens, Cedarville .. F. XI, Thomas, Ottawa Julia Hamblin, Cedarville XI ....XI R L. Owens. Climax XI. R. Ray, Cedarville .....XI M C. D. Tliomas, Cooksburg XI Mullins, Xlt. Vernon F ., JacK Pennington, Xlt Vernon N. B. St. John, Disputanta . XI ,...XI Emily Whitaker, Cedarville Dennet Hines, Johnetta Levi M. ....XI A. J. Blanton, Bromo .XI M W. G. Doan, Cedarville .... . Louisa Ad kins, JJnuley J. A. Doan, Level Green M ....XI Dan Holcomb. 'Brodhead !XI XI Boyd Blanton, Brodhead .... Chas. Fletcher, Xlt Vernon XI Kingv Gauley ..XI 1 Katheriue Wopdson, Livingston .. John .7. XI XI J. F. Pennington, Wildie .. Rube (Sentry, Xlt. Vernon XI J. TV. Xlullins, Xlt. Vernon .... ....XI W. D. Smith, Livingston XL XI. J. XL Laswell, Orlando .. J. W." K '..erts, Xlt Vernon .M ....XI 1 Xlelvin Barnett, Gauley Sam Xletciilf, Withers M . F Willie Smith, Orlando Dan Tallent, Xlt Vernon W. XL Barnett, Gauley XL ....XI Sliepherd, Withers p Robert XI Wallace Laswell, Orlando ... L B. Jo'jes Livingston S. C. Parker, Livingston XI Baston Dougherty, Cooksburg ....XI "Zxi M W. XI." Jones, Livingston Bertha Xangford, Orlando. Sid .Azbill, Climax XI ..M Arthur Dauglierty. Cooksburg ., .....XI M Geo. Ta! er, Conway Bill Angel, Withers Hugh Byrd, Boone XI ..XI Livingston .. Chas. Durham, .....XI .XI C. C. Cromer, "Livingston 1JI. J. H. Angel, Withers XI "v-r1 umvti, Johnetta . tr,..,n TV. L. Wheat Xlt 11m, " "' M XI !.,.! Susan Angel, Withers . John C'rraer, Livingston XI XI 1 IUIIU ""en, UUUtlMUUIl Rherlie XIason. Xlt Vernon M M Jim Stevens, Level Green . Willie C entry, Quail XI W. R. Kidner, Pine Hill XI 1' Dick .Tones, Cedarville M TV. XL I radley, Mt. Vernon . M Henry Baker, Johnetta S. E. Jones, Livingston XI TV. XL XIcKhfney, Xlt Vernon ....XI 1 S. E. Carter, Livingston .7. U. Shrewsburg, Mt. Vernon XI S. F. Block, Crab Orcliard F XI ,..M '1 Fred Lovins, Quail XI XI Elzie Rowe, tedarville Kinly Prick, Crab Orchard E. R. Isaacs, Wildie M XI 1 XI XI Jos. Oliver. Livingston Hiram Pigg, Disputanta J. XI. 1 d, Crab Orchard XI Jack Xlullins, Orlando XI --1 B." Cook, Climax XI S. XI B. XIcGuire, Xlt Vernon XIargaret Chasteen, Withers XI F. F. Xllller, Disputanta XI 1 G. TV. Thompson, Willajjla XI F Green Stokes, Livingston Jason Robinson, Livingston Andy Smith, Livingston XI M 1 J. XI. Anderson, Livingston XI Jones Pitman, Level Green M Bob Robinson, Livingston Tack Stokes, Livingston M XI 1 ...... Willard Cotton, Gouley Lester Philbeck, Orlando M M Bob Robinson, Livingston F J. A. Vance, Brodhead XI 1 TV. F. Stevens, Jesse Gotton, Gauley XI XI .:XI Xlt Vernon Joe Lamb, Livingston James Drew, Johnetta XI 1 Elmer Cromer, Livingston Charley Evans, Crab Orchard XI TV. M. Bullock, Mt. Vernon Geo. Thrasher, Climax M .F XI 1 TV. Xf. Watt' Croucher, Johnetta XI Owens, Livingston .M 21 Nath Bustle, Livingston R. L. Halcomb, Orlando XI 1 , Willie Owens,- - Livingston B. L. Debord, Level Green XI XI M Joseph Mink, Cedarville Jas. Thomas, Disputanta . M Dan Brown, Ottawa XI W. Baker. Jr., Livingston XI .XI Spencer Xlullins, Withers Hardin, Disputanta James Geo. H. XlcClure, Xlt Vernon ,.,...XI 1 Tom Kidwell. Conway XI XI XI R. T. Xloore, Livingston Garry Suttles, Withers r. XI 1' XI Henry XlcCrackeu, Johnetta ....'....XI 1 Eliza .XIayes. Brodhead Bob Suttles, Withers F XI Toe Allen, Gnuley .XI Xlary Southard," Xlt Venlon Wm. Pennington. Livingston XI Isaac Leger, Disputanta Tennyson Mullins, Xlt Vernon M F J. E. Bullock, Bloss M1 S.' B. Clifford, Burr XI Earl Smith, Cooksburg XI Fred Jones. Disputanta I XI 1 David Richmond, Gum Sulphur XI ,.XI G. B.Caxton; Wildie Garnett Baker, Johnetta ........XI XI Willie Abney, Rockford Join! Jolinson, Climax Xf For Infants and Children Robert Nixon, 'Wildie p Spencer Abney, Rockford XI John Johnson, Climax M J. A. Sexton, Wildie XI'-- l Casper XIartin, Rockford Tliomas Richmond. Disputanta ....F 1 In XI Jackson Overby, Level Green XI 1 Tom McClure, Xlt Vernon C. Doan, Bloss M 1 Always bears Clark Allen. Gauley ... M , TV. M. York, Withers XI 3 J. M. Ballard, Brodhead XI 1 Ed Evans, Xlt Vernon M the' XI 1 Signature of E. Abney, Disputanta XI 1 Wr- - G. Ballard, Brodhead &Z Jack Carpenter. Withers XI M 1 Lee Montgomery, Disputanta MH Shelt Gregory, Disputanta G. V. Owens, Disputanta XI Geo. Gregory, Disputanta .. XI 1 Robt Carpenter, Withers M 1' J. L. Arnold, Livingston M Willie Denny, Pine Hill M M1 Clarence Xlauns, Wildie M Elmer Saylor, Cedarville Ralph Walfouger, Langford .r.M XI 1 F "Eddie Ballinger, Johneta John Anderson, Orlando XI 1 Carter Leeee, Brodhead M T.i F. Barnett, Gauley XI B. F, Price, Xlt Vernon XI Geo. Doan, Xlt Vernon. XI Jim Morris, Withers XI G. L. Wren, Boone XI l Geo. Xlullins. Xlt. Vernon XI Louisa "Ab:ams, Three Links XI John Jarrett, Brodhead Chas. Thomason, Burr XL Abrains, Three Links M W-- . XL- - Meece, M Level Green F XI l XI 1 TV: XL Norton, Mt Vernon ....."7.....XI F. F. Robins, Crab Orchard 1 Ldgfi Balier, Cedarville John Sallee. Bromo M1 : Uridh Sams,- - Livingston F 1 Elmer Bullock, Bloss XI Alex Sycenliker, Xlt Vernon M Adam Qromerr Livingston M XI F. C. Cornett, Brodhead F-- Norton, Xlt Vernon XI l XI Gerrett Robinson, Withers Geo. Jones, Gauley M G. XL Lsancs, Xlt Vernon '. M .M Arch Xlullins, Livingston . M Sheridan Jones," Gauley .XI Arthur Coffey, Xlt Vernon .M Harrison Cope, Livingston" J..X1 Tdiura Overby, Livingston Arthur Coffey, Xlt Vernon' tF M Willie Burdette, Ottawa' M E. M. Darrell, Uoone A, XI. Winkler, Maretburg .M TV' XI XI K. XlcCollum, Livingston ..... John Nantz, Livingston S. E. Fields. Livingston M XT 1 Irwin Fields, Livhigstot- tJack" Carpenter, Livingston f...M Neal Cope. Livingston t M C. H. Rice, Three Links M lTV. B. Xloberly GSHler XI l ITalmage Phillips! Three Li..nks..XI G. Coxy Conway 1 vM M 1 Jack GiuUl. Johiiett4L-- i j"rTT"n M".1 TV. M. McKinnsy,'- - Livingston .'.....XI 1 Carter Burdine. OratWH-!J. XI. Overby. Livlneston' M S- - L. Rose, Climax .';m 1 John XIcKinney, Livingston ; XI 1 XIrs. Mary Hanesly,8'Li-rfngstoni...XJ. XL Farley, Crab Orchard ..7: M 1 John Wren, Boone .. M 1 Lai'kin Penningtori? Livingston ... ..M Sherman Richmond, Johnetta M 1 G. B. Lawrence, Level Green M 1 Thos. E. 'Kirhy, UJneJilill M l! Emmit Maddox, Crab Orchard M 1 Raymond Befhurum, Mt Vernon M "L Rube Forkner, Livingston F1 ll, ii .., ;. .. ra" 23 2X3: -- i -- Overall Crown UNION MADE SYSTEM Made by The Gro vn Overall Mfg. Co.. Cincinnati. O. g -- -- i f W W f XI .- J A A GENUINE DYE ?00 Denim 8 oz Highest Grade Overall Made u 1 - J ." I - NEW PAIR FreeTHtsERip In All Sizes ' or do not give perfect satisfaction -- j . , For Sale bv the following SCHAFER & ROBERTS BRODHEAD KY. """"' '. j A r,.1. o-- SUTTON & McBEE MT.VERN0N, KY. J. P. E. DRUMMOND L,IVINGLirON.-KY- . W. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, KY. lj-.T- Represented in South Eastern Kentucky & West Virginia li M By .,: l CASTOR A 4 JOSEPH PAHNB, Louisa, Ky. 4 isrrys Tsmm 4srr J 1 ? l' Use For Over 30 Years &&7c YOU CASTORIA Oliliaren Dry FLETCHER'S FOR .". i l o You Wanf To WANT Sell Your Farm! BUY A I l DO TO FARM? - -- t-- t J. l l l l l FOR ANYTHJNC IN T I l l l l REAL ESTATE R H.MILLERMT, VERNON, Y. i WAGONS 21 in. x 'vk a' WAGONS - 00 OLD HICKORY AND VJBBE!! complete with bed and seat only $120 complete & 3 in. only $125-0- 0 Wire Fence 2500 rods of No. 9 top and Seed Oats Our Second goes at Buggies PHOENIX means some- ; Harness Department ' bottom 4 ft. Car thing to the man who cares"1 We call your special attention to our Harness and SHOE Department, Here we make or repair all kinds of Harness or Shoes. Our electric and our expert workmen-wi- ll please you and "smooth out all your little troubles. ma-.chihe- Per Rod No. 10 top and bottom at 45C Per Eod Phone us your requirements (Welch's Hardware Dept.) 85c Per Bushel Best Grade White. Seed Oats (Welch's Seed. Department t .Our Spring Line of Buggies now in. 5.50 Wheat Shorts eily $2.85 per bag Best Tobacco Canvas eily 8c yrd No. 12 Vulcan Plow $19.00 10 Disc Harrow .40.00 12 Disc Harrow 45.00 -- Why Pay More Dodge Brothers' Best Clever Seed enly Automobile $25 bu. Best Timethy Seed anly$ ta will interest those who care. will stand up and go after the others are gone. We v Potatoes Buy 'em bv the Bag Early Triumph Early Ohio Early Rose -- Seed It ill be pleased to dem-onsira- te this car to anyone in Rockcastle County. Proof of the pudding is in the eat ry vCome early and get your choice; ' ) We are headquarters for all farm implements Corn Drills and Planters, "Rollora, .Plows. Harrows. . GOT 'EM HERE IN STOCK . (Welch's Buggy Dept.) "(Welch's Repair Department.) (Welch's Dry Goods Dept.) ing. We can certainly prove it to your ent.re satisfaction. It is absolutely a 100 per cent car aud the best one on the market for the monoy required to buy it. . (Welch's Furniture Department) Burbanfc Only You always save money at Welch's Try 'em now Send us your order. $1. per Bushel WELCH'S 1 m I 1 '- DtBMlENT STORE Use oun Dhone an;d .r1 w --: -- '' j' y SAVEiliE DIFFERENQE" '- - - KY - t --i t' -- -' j ' r.i i'L 1- - I 1. 1 JOHN- u w ? ' .i LlaSLsssssssssssssssssssssV and on the south; and west by the lot of Jam.es Maret? fronting of said' Williams .' SI I Street for awidth t)f 26 ft. and Jack Norton and family, of fu being 65 ft. in depth, and .being Wabd. were with the former's the same lot deeded by the Mt . Vernon Telephone Co to S. B. brother, Mitchell Norton, Satur-sssssssMawaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaa ?5Bsr 1 Ramsey, on the 22nd day of July, ay night. Edd and Jas. Fletch iqi9. in last er, of Tennessee, came ' for the purchase price the Thursday to atte.;dthe burial of purchaser must execute b md. their father, Mr. John Fletcher. with . approved surety, bearing jlegal, interest from day of sale Miss Sallie Sowder spent SaturSE Q aVi H II H until paid and having the force day night apd Sunday wtthr her andeffect of a judgment. Bidders sister. Mrs Ambros Hasty Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beea will be prepared to comply Geo. Perciful, of "this place has '5 in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of promptly with these terms. Miss and has been made under his moved to Mt. Vernon. G. S. Griffin, sonal supervision since its infancy. Sibyl Cummins is visiting Mrs. ' Master Commissioner, .w .. Mw ww fcw .AWWAfW fcll IJ. J Wt& part was Rockcastle Circuit Court. J6hn"Tletcher.-Thi- s All Counterfeits, Imitations and""" " are but visited by a hard rain and wind Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of storm last Thursday evening. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ,; tdS FLETCHERS The small child of Mr-- andMrs, Pete Cummiqs is numbered with Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, COMMISSNER'S SALE. Kindled 14 fires. the sick. Mrs. John Fletcher, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains 4 Walked 4.076 miles , neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its who was reported sick last week 'Rockcastle Cirquit. Court. Shook hands with 9,508 people T. J. Nicelev, Admr. of age is its guarantee. For more, than thirty years it has is no better An infant of Mr. been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Plaintiff, and Mrs. Dave Evans, died last "Told 10,101 lies and talked Sarah Lhe, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea j allaying Feverishness arising f5ALB," VS. : COMMISSIONER enough to make in print 1,000 week. Mrs. .Clara Carmical, therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids "fillii aV volumes; attendedji6 revivals and Alice, pENTY,&c, Defendants. spent Wednesday with her moth"set C mb. B the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. By virture of a judgment and was bapMzad four different times order of1 sale of the Rockcastle er, Mrs. A, Cummms, at Mt. VerThe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Hi-5 ' wlllllll Bl ft r-by emmersion and twice some Circuit Court, rendered at the non. .Miss. jul& IPftyne spentf sevFebruary term, 19I9, thereof, in eral days wfth n' sister, other way. GENUINE ALWAY: Contributed $50 to foreign Lthe above cause, I shall proceed Lizzie- - Moses at Mt. Vernon jBears the Signature of missious and made love to nine to offer for sale at the court John, Payne is building a house house door in Mt. Vernon, KyM widows five grass, four sod. to the highest and bf st bidder at near W. M. Arnold's hd will "Hugged 49 old maids. public auction, "on Mondayttie have it ready to move into in a "Got dog bit 39 times and was 17th day of March, 1919', oejog few days. Mrs Lula Clontz and regular County Court day for son, George Clonlz, of Harlan, elebted by 353 majority." said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m , and 3 o'clock have returned home after spendHAS HAD STOMACH TROU- p. m , upon "a credit of six ing several days with relatives at months, the following described this place and Mt, Vernon BLE FOR SEVEN YEARS. Sanford of Ferimore, property, or sufficient thereof to George Brown and Roscoe Theodore The Kind You Have Always Sought Mich., has had stomach trouble produce $102.76 and the cost of ' of the Freedom section, THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YOHK CITY. for seven years aud could not this action: in were in this part afew days ago A tract of 'land located eat vegetables or. fruit without pain in the stomach and restless Rockcastle County. Kentucky, buying cattle and hogs William ties nights By taking Chamberlain's gji the waters of Skeggs Creek Miller is very sick. Hauling day J, seems to be the order of the m Tablets he is now able lo eat ana oounaea as iouows: I ufilllilllilllllllllllmllU I f I ' i Beginning at the corner of Jas. iu this part and the farmers in vegetables or frutt without caus III llllll ing pain or sleeplessness. If Houk, Mrs. Fish and the ft vans general are getting ready to sow their oats liussel Carmical has troubled with constipation or land; thence with Mts. Fish's a . very sore foot caused by a indigestion give these tablets .a fence west to a little black oak "You little rascal played along the way, didn't you? 81 III I l K he had . Pj Kept grandma waiting! Oh well, it's all right. Because trial. They are certain to prove standing near the fence on Sarah burn which Februaryseveral days II (III I H 26: h, Mr ago. Died. Lee's side, marked for a corner beneficial. I John Fletcher after an illness of between said Houk's land and the piece sold to said. Sarah Lee; only four days. He leaves a wife 11111 ,Ml II I III II 5s always right. It's worth vraitinc for. Always we!- thence south straight down the and fourchildten besides a host COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Never H ,3X come, Never shirks its wotk. INever fails.pure ll III j( III H . . .. . J, hll nninP a anm trf stanninsr of friends and relatives e to mourn wastes minutes or materials and knoto " ' .0 and B lllil ' j'-- If wholesome, as Calumet contains only suchit'singredients1i years B5 II II lllll 5 f on said Houk's land; thence to his death. He ws fifty-fivRockcastle Uircuit Court. I fcl-as have been approved officially by the U.S. Food llllll lUI 1H who knew him know I Ml the Evans land; thence with said fold. All Authorities." Ml "fl T. J. Niceley, Admr. of &S2l J You save when you buy it you save when you us it fBI )aV Evans land east to the beginning, him to be a an honest and hard dei son, George W.-A- t working man and he will be Z Plaintiff, containing about 1 acre, be the greatlv missed by the entire fam-Dec'd, HIGHEST same more or less, and is the vs : Commissioner's Sale. same tract of land deeded the ily. The burial took-- place .Fri.Frank Anderson, &c, of day at eleven o'clock at the McLee Cream is worth more today than it has been for many Defendants. said Sarah by the 18th dayapd Clure burying ground. Hduk years. Are you getting all you can out of your milk? Don't By virture of a judgment and Sept. 1895, Matilda Houk, bis'yrife, which allow butter fat to get away from you, for every drop repreand order of sale" of ttie Rockcas- - deed is of recording Peed Book way colds dangsr- sents money. tie CiKcuit ''Court, rendered at 26. page 382. saL OUS. j. the February Ter-m- , T9ig, there For the purchase"" price the eF t f V Don't Risk Using an Old or Unreliable Cream of, in the above cause, I shall purchaser '"must execute bond,-wit- h Yon are .often tolS to ''beware' Separator to offer for sale at tue proceed "t surety, bearing Of a cold," but why? We. will court house door in Mt Vernon, legal approved from "day of sSle tell you: Every cold weakens If you are not sure that your cream separator is skiminterest Ky., to the highest and best until paid and having the force ming clean, or if you are still trying to get along without one the lungs, lawers the vitality and on .bidder, at public auction, and effect of a judgment. Bid- paves the way for a more seriMonday. March, i7th, ishg, being Let Us Show You a Lily to comply ous disease. People who contract ders will We have the most careful selected type of regular County County day for promptly be prepared terms. with these In the Lily, lasting qualities are first considerations. " said county, between the hours pneumonia first take cold The Every bearing is automatically oiled by splash from the G. S. Criffin, of 9 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock longer a coid hangs on. the great Master Commissioner, reservoir of oil in the gear chamber. When you add fresh p. m., upon a credit of six months in size, style, quality and price to suit tou. er the danger, especially trom Rockcastle Circuit Court. oil, the old. dirty oil is automatically drained out without ihe following described property, wasting any new oil. All sediment or foreign matter that the germ diseases, as a.cold preor sufficient thereof to .produce may. have gotten into the gear chamber accidentally is pares the system for the recepthe sum of 49.10 and the cost drained out immediately so that the oil in the gear chamber (,f this action tion and development of the germs to match any shirt you select. is always clean. A tract of land located in Rockof consumption, diptheria,scarlet Troy-Taylo'rARROW and ARROW-D- E castle County, Kentucky, on the LORE Come in and let us show you the rest of the Lily features. fever and whooping cough. The waters of Roundstone Creek quicker you get rid of your cold, Brodhead and bounded as follows: y Beginning at a beech and pop I the less the danger of contract '.KENTUCKY WORK SHIRTS OVERALL SUITS lar in Boone's Hollow, just below ing one of the diseases! Cham-- , w ell made and durable that are matchless the falleu rock, corner of "the berlain's Cough Remedy has a survey; thence Rowan Heuder.-oin quality and price. great reputation as a cure for with his lioe S 80 E 55 poles to a DRESS SHIRTS 50c add up colda and can be depended upon. dogwood and white oak; thence Good heavy Work Shirts for 90c. N 23 W 28 poles to a poplar; It is pleasant to take. Over-All- s Coats 2.25. and Over-Al- l thence S 80 W 20 poles to :i use for over 40yetr! In COMMISSIONER SALE. chesuut oak; thence N 67 E 28 Buy and save money. Thousands 0! voluntary poles to two small spotted oaks; Rockcastle Circuit Court. letters from women, tellthence N E W 30 poles to a white STBPHENS & MUNCEY, No organs body so Get some ing of 'the good Csxdui JIEDAI, OH oak; thence N 7.s W 7 poles to a Plaintiffs, important to of thaJiumiui life are the Capsules at GOLD They are Haarlemtried as health and longonce. an old, black oak and white oak; thence has done them. This is kidneys. When they slow up and comvs r commissioner's sale-Susamence to lag- in their duties, look, out! preparation usd all over the world for S 75 W 39 to a hickory and maple; the best proof of the valuc-oFind out what the trouble is without centuries. They contain only Patterson, 18 delay. Whenever M thence S 26 W 23 poles and oils Cardui. It proves that Emmett Quinn, &c , Defendants. weak, dizzy, suffer you feel nervous, strength-givin-soothing and combined with g trom sleeplessness, links to a gum and fourwood; or nave pains in the back wake up herbs, well known and used by physiJiy virtue of a ludgment ana Cardui is a good medicine once. kidneys practice. GOLD cians in their thenec 84 W 4 poles to a black order of sale of the Rockcastle at signsTourwarn youneed help. These MEDAL Haarlemdally Capsules are imaxe to Oil that your kidW 34 poles to a ml for women. oak, thenceN 84 ported the laboratories in Circuit Court, rendered at the neys are not performing' their func- Holland.direct from convenient to take, They are tions properly. They are only half black oak; thence S 24 E 82 There are no harmful or February Term, i9ig, thereof, doing their work and are allowing- im- and will either give prompt relief or poles to the beginning, containdrugs in in the above cause, I shall pro. purities to accumulate and be convert- your money will be refundeJ. be Ask for ed into uric acid and other poisons, them at any drug store, but sure to ing about 28 acres, more or less Cardui. It is composed distress and will get the original Imported GOLD ceed to offer for sale at the which are causing you they are driven MEDAL brand. Accept no substitutes. For the purchase price the court house door in Mt. Vernon, destroy you unless only of mild, medicinal from your system. In sealed packages. Three sizes. purchaser, must execute bond, Ky , to the highest and best bidingredients, with aobtf with approved surety, bearing der, at public auction, on Monlegal interest from day of sale day, March 17th, 1919, being reguntil paid and having the force ular county court day for said and effect of a judgment. Bid TAKE ils county, between the hours of 9 ders will be piepared to comply . p o'clock a. m., and 3 "o'clock promptly with the e terms. m., upon a credit of six months, G. S Griffin, the following described property Master Commissioner, or so mupta thereof as .will proRockcastle Circuit Court. duce the sum of $30.46, with in. terest from the nth day of July, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. subject to a The Woman's Tonic. 19I4, until, paid, paid. Dec. 30, credit of $15 00 ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT iqi4: and the cost of this action: You can rely c Cardui. " COURT. A tract ot land located in RockTA Surely it will do for you Missouri Patterson1, , castle County, Ky , near Livingwhat it has done for, so Plaintiff, Gaurdian, etc., ston, and bounded as follows: many thousands of other vs: Commissioner's Sale. Beginning at two poplars and womeat 'it should help. Dovie Ramsey, &c.,' Defendants. oak standing- - on the a black "I was takes sick, By virtue of a judgment and north of UriahGresham's house, seemed to be . j. . ," order of sale of the Rockcastle about one mile from same; thence Mary Circuit Courtt rendered at the rym 'writesMrs. Heights, Va. S . 76 poles crossing the State of Madison February Term, 19 19, thereof, in road at 15 polea to two white K "I fat down so watk, the above cause, I shall proceed oaks: theace 6& W 81 polea to a couM hardly walk .'. . to offer for sale at the court rstone- at the root of a fallen araKsi. Just stagger BINOKB& TWINE. MOWERS. house door irr Mt. Vernon Ky., white oik; thence ISforih 132 . I read ot'CariuI, to the highest and best' bidder, :: . BAKES AND REPAIRS, poles to a stake; thence to the aad after taking om bot-t- lt, at public auctioa, o n Mondy containing 50 acres, BRINLEY HARDY WAGONS, or befoft iaklaf quite March 17th, i9i9t being tegula, more or less. Excluded from all, I ktt much better. I & MYERS' PUMPS County CourtrTday 'tfor said "took ,3 or bottles at this tract of land is the amount hours 01-- a countv. between the Call On LV For Anvthinz fn Our Line that ttee, and was abte.to sold James Whitaker by Susan o'clock a. m.. and 3 o'clock o. m., do sty work. I take it Patter son," SeptC 2, i9i2. upon a credit of six months,, the .spring or the purchase price the following described property, to I had no appetite, purchaser must execute bond C. C. K The next time vou hav a wit: aadJ commsaced eatisf. surety .bearing !With approved ATTORNEY-A- T LAW One, house and lot: located in .,. ,- - jtr3, ' cough or cold tiy Chamberlain's itirtawbest.tOBlcIcvar legal interest from dof'sale ' MT.VEENONjXY. M vo. ixj., MTi. vernon, taw." Try Cardui. antil paid and. bavingltiiQrce Cough Kemeby. It is pleasant and,knowri KOCKcasiie Vernon OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of as the Mt. and effect of jl judgment. Bid to take and you are sure to be Telephone Exchange property, Bank of Mt. Vernon, on AH Druggists ders will be prepared to comply; Ckurch St. Special atten pleased "with the relief which it whitk has aitwo story, buildinR ;p promptly wioutt8 terms. .; tien given collections. ft affords. . This,, remedy .has a tberebn, aadu bbnnded ontbe, OlliiS?0l1i" KStf jO.SGtiFKH. ; north by a let, owned by;r. Ji ?PNONK8o V wid,! reputation for iti cures of L forrttTctftirs ' k VJU V X.X.V Matter CommiiekHier. - W V. r?K fiimtzw Lawrence; otf'theesftt byUWitt-: - i HIS CAMPAIGN REPORT. The law requires for, office to file a report of all expenditures. A patriot in Missouri ran. lor office and in fhe following absolutely truthful report of what it cost him to get elected: . "Lost 1,349 hours' sleep thinking about the election. "Lost two front teeth and a lot of hair in a personal encounter with an opponent. "Donated one beef, four shoals and five sheep to county barbecues. " "Gave away two pairs suspenders, four calico dresses, $5 in cash and 15 baby rattlers. "Kissed i26 babies. "Put up four stovis. mmm$. wm.x&. wm u. im. iams-Street; H 6 P'E WELL It Children Cry for Fletcher's I i -- M w I J V J. M AAA Ubuageu, Or' Just-as-go- od What is CASTORiA 4 rlutlv t SSBSsM -- Jrs, CASTORIA j T. In Use For Over S0 Years Mc-Kiune- y, f 3$mg& " -- "a 7 Always Welcome i0 CALUMET II baking powder I SHi M 1 m. I ll I 9 H 1 1 'll - 11 I B9 llJJlvl Take Advantage of High Cream Prices Jae -- are i ! ! You. Men That Like To Be Well Dressed Dress Shirts A Ties ad . ed Soft Collars. I a For IvWvvWVW i Weak Women Shafer & Roberfs J ROBINS I THE MOST i!aaa2ae!aKCa;aVi BRODHEAD :; i DANGEROUS DISEASE system-cleansing n f y - habit-formi- ng More Shoes BROWN'S MeatsGroceries AND I nZ-?!3??n!&- after-effec- ts. AT M KSHXE PLENTY OF FRESH EVERY ONE KNOWS THE QUALITY CARDUI -. r 2XEZ2XI ifThe iaKo BRODHEAD D&mDzZlz L o 02XrZKJi Ol oiyrs s t )SB2 WE HAVE A FULL LINE EVERY' ONE KNOWS Mechanics' Overalls s Shirts, Clothing & Shoes VULCAN AVERY BROWN MAIN ON A PLOWS - ST. .. be-binni- ng, " in-t- he when-rua-do- wa. William. MRSJ.M. ADAMS BRODHEAD vii"a' . i-- 8 jCOtmfcaad colds. 'S'" .. :dS . , H.-ckQ- fi, Circit'Cottrt; v j. , ' -- vs. .i -- '" 9lr i , - -i ,a IP-- L ' bj Tr ml .' S- ? J ;j, n " N TVS-'- " f m, kV - . . - EVEKlbubY IS tea -- " r """ - THIS i" TELLS . HOW TO Mli - - se CO a a net ctS Dry Goods In addition to our complete line of Fresh Vegetables and Groceries we have' adde'd a "splendid line of NOW FffiUR NG ? FiGUfiE INCOME TAX Squareiy Up to Every Individual to Get Busy by March 15 or1 Suffer Penalty. , - INCOME TAX Order to Be Helpful to Public, Internal Revenue Bureau Has Every Available Officer in Field. fcBuild A pflE In Home First the-slogan 55 ' a March 15th; "for "Don't wait until the final payingyouif Iriconftf dedate t--a a a oca -- MltC -- a Dry Goods Men's. Youths and Boys' Overalls 54 -- .aaa a - eea oa a caa VULLrWERY On the second floor, ray daughter. Miss May- I 1 a a a , ,.,- III III - IIN ill 1 IIMi u 21 and Children's Keady Tpnifned Hats. 1I1II a.k.s 1HP flTJ I .HfllOQ JI1A1VU t I eaa aa a J.B.CUJVfcjMINS lfftl j9a 7 'he can next "week; amt-l- f threjlBjinyJ point on wUlch he needsra(yle he can , anow get In touch with, a llevenpeman." SEVERE PEHALTIES IF ,Y0U Thls wor,d of advice-i- s DELAY BEYOND MARCH 15 out by Internal Revenue men. Returns and payments a,r4. be'hiioH' lected Jn Kentucky by thV foUo'Wlh'j With tlie due date for Income Taxes Collectors of Internal Revenue : " only a few weeks away,' Hie coljectloi Josh T. .Grifilth. tax '.on 1918. inc of this J. Rogers tJore. off wlth a bang. started Chariton B. Thompson. mm'S comes has Is figuring Income tax. Everybody Elwood Hamilton. j Payments and sworn statements of . John' W.'.Hughes: '"' ',--- ;' Income must reach Internal. Revenue Everjr aid f their offices and 'Held of Sees on or before March .15, and there forces Is iJelng given freely ?:ta tb SM are severe penalties for delinquency. mm - ,. r Dubllc. ,,.-i?- , :a .Residents of Kentucky should make Bat Ithtflacome'iTax men' will., not J UZV. their returns and pay their taxes. to your.coatrwus. pull yo.iy a-a the nearest of the following: Josli. Laccordiug to the Collector's- - announce-beln-givea a' I Tax "and making your" return. Afiy'iperlBOlcatt; the last'mfnnteJHuslj slogan for the last two years has been "Win the War." We have accomplished that, and noiv is, " Build a Home," The human heart has no affection more enduring than the "love of home. No normal human being knows the full meas - lire of contentment until he becomes a dweller within a cora- fortable home of his very own. The boys who have borne the blunt of the war's hardships are coming back with a now. and deeper love for home, jf the question ttere put to them they would answer unanimously ,' " Build a Home Firdt." am endeavoring 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 . far-reachi- I door-ejlj-- or On West Main Street aaaaar.aaaaaaaaaaaaaa' oaa ai vatu. a Stop and t ! THE a winning battle of. life Is made when saving, beg ins. It will educate you financially ,by developing: first move Think that will insure success, comfort and r L traits happiness. Every deposit made with us is' a step toward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to it. - Bank of Mt. Vernon USE - White Fawn -- 3 FLOUR Made from selected Red Winter Wheat... For Sale by all Merchants, . A trial will convince you, Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Crab Orchard Milling Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. -- . r f '4Mk.' ."5 The Normal Department OF THE -- ' Mt. Vernon Is Graded and High School Now In Session All the subjects embraced in tlie Gonrmon School Carriculum are offefecl. 'Special work will be given in 4griciiltureiand Faru's "The Science and:Art of Teaching" . i- meai. it is sijuuLeijf up io,cyefjr iuiu-vldudl to figure out his own case and i Covlngiott"$filoo to get busy If "he comes within the' ton ;, John WHiighes, panvllle. . J scope of th new- - Revenue law, "Pay" your Income; Tax by March ptd You Earn fils Much7 15," is the slogan of the Internal' RevEvery unmarried person: who n-- '. enue Bureau, which, has .sent every celved income.' averaging $1925 a Wfcek available officer Into the field, to help during 1918 ifnd every inarrled couple the public to understand the require? who Jointly received Income averaging merits and to prepare the returns. $38.50 a vpek .should secure at pnee' Who Must Make Return. Deputy Collector oi from fhenSiH-eH- t It Is estimated that- - many thousands, the nearest hank a blank Form ltflO A of single and married persons in this Tltat form contains the irifoqnatiou he section of the United States who have will' need to eriabfe him to iigure his never before "made annual returns are correct net Income aii'd any tax that required to. do so this year. the?.GJveriniienf. ' Income tax returns must be made The! law requires that every unmarbetween now and March 15 by persons' ried p'erson who had a net income of who come under the following classifi- ?l,000i or o,ver aind every married, ner-sos cations : whose net income was $2,000 ot Any. unmarried person whose 1018 ver (ihcluillng'the Income of hustmni ; net income was $1,000 or over. Wid- or wife an(l the' earnings of nunoi ows and widowers, divorcees and mar- - hlldren, if any) must make a retun arfed persons who are living apart from on or before March 15th. And this dues not hinge on whether purposes of the Income Tax classed as he person owes a tax. unmarried. ,, Taxable jticorri. , "Any married person living" with wife An Individual must Include undei op husband whose 1918 net income was ross Income all gains, profits and In ?2,000 or over. The income of, hot! ome J derived from salnriesWages o ompehsatrbn for persohiii sen-ito husband and wife must be considered together with the earnings of mlnoi vhatever kind and in wliatev'er fori children. If any. aidt 'or' jfrouf pfofesslSni,'. vocation.-business. sales orlilj'allifgs; In'.propert, '. Revenue. jf2 atf kinds, interest. ..ilen ..dividend Each person In the United State IV nr prollts" derived frpm- - any sourr wjio Is, In eltlipr of these classification ihust get buriyat once? If penalties ar whatever."1 Very few Items .of Incomi He Bhould' secure arcfjweempt tjo lie avoided. . vDeduwlons includeordlnary and net Form JO 10 .Vfor reporting nt blank bjcoiue up to ?o,000,?or Fornv 1040 i esarvj.bjuslness ,exjerfsesN luferesipaii rijs net Income exceeded that amoum orr accrued on lnnelitedness,v taxes o; alt kinds except Federal iricomev'aix prms arehejng distributed by Collei ?6rs and yielr'D'eputjes, also by banks excels p'rottts taxe and. assessiilenU y following the Instructions otf for local; beneJJts. Icjsse actually sus;. taincld, debts nsccrtfliicil to be worth a correct return cari he prepare al liiinie: If a person needs advice o less; and.'dc'preclation on 'buildings, iya" chlneryv, pxture,. etc., used In business 4 ajd, the Deputy Collectors in the flel A furtlier deductlonls allowed for co7i ' will fuVnlsh 'this without charge. The. new" Revenue law places the. In trlbutlons to corjionitlons pperated foi religious, charlt'alile. sclentlflc "or edu cpme Tax duty on citizens and res rational purposes or for theptexentio! dents. The Internal Revenue Burea is sendmg Its"men to work right wit. pf; cruelty to chlldrwt.or aniipals to ai. the public to get; the tax and the it anibunt not exceedjngj.,15. per cent qj jturns Jn. the taxpayer's net inco.me asicciipute , yUh. active ;vcry tax due March 15 will be paiu witliout the beuefit of the contrlbutlo' pud every 'return required ly law will deduction. The taxpayer is not' allowed to de be in the U.vcnue oflices on time. duct any.' personnl. living or family ex. Exemptions Are Allowed. i , A. single pershn Is u'llowed a pcVsonal pense, any amount spent property or making good Its exhaus exemption of $1,000. "If he'is'support-'iIn his household relatives who are Hon for which an allowance Is claime dependent upon him.he.niay claim the under depreciation. ' Figuring the'Tax;, , j Status of the headjof a family who has -- Refore. figuring the normal, .tax, th the same exemption as if 'married. dividends: are deducted as creditsfroi. ) A, married person who ,Uves with yrlfe or husband Is allowed a personal net,income, together with, the persona exemption of $2,000. The head of a exemption. As .In previous years, dlv' famjly is entitled to claim a similar , dends of domestic corporations are e empf "from normal tax 'when reelvei i personal exemption. " i, An aaaiuonni exemption of ssoo is hytjifr. stockholder, allowed for each person under "erght" t ,Theonnal tax rates fpr cltlzer een, or Incapable of. self, support w,hoj ranifresldents are as follows: On th o. was uepenaent upon ana recpvea nw 'flrKJIPO of nek income. tile credt8 the rate Is 0 per cent ; o m. A husband and yrtt 41ylngtogether any IfUrtyer taxable Income .the rate t; J arq entitled to but 7onjL 'personal ex- 12jperwcnt t rateiapply to'Jiet Ir. emption of $2,000. If .they returns the exemption may be come of1 eajlidlpdJyiduaJi.nX excess tf $5,XK). The tjperiona.lexemptlqn an" claimed by either or divided. tli dividends nre not "deductible 4iefon , Accuracy Required. Absolute accuracy lek necessary In computing 'surtuxT In.the' case of rt making up Income figures. Any per- turns by Uusband and wife, the ne son who Is' working- for wageafshould. lneomeof eoohls. considered sepat ' find out exactly how much he received lyJn "coraputlhg any surtax thatuut during the whole year" 1918. Fees, belduVjForra1 ld40 should be iise'd fo. bank Interest, bond Interest, dividends, miking; Returns of net Income exceed rents received and all other items Inr $5,000, and- the instructions on 4tha must be reported correctly. Mere form will show hoW to figure the sun, guesses' are not accented, for they are tax. unjust alike to the taxpayer' and' the jEmployers andL others .who. palr; Government and defeat the proper adwages, lialariesrents, Interest" qt simministration of the law. ilar deterrnlnafife gains fn an amoun of ;$1,0013 or over during; 1&1& to- - an; roiun ' 3- lVioyii. juubi uic on luiuiuinviuu may be w tlirthe Government. Blanks INCOME TAX. 18 secured from the.Collector.. TRULY POPULAR. Every partnership must file a return si owing Its Income and dedu'ctfpns and ?"The payment of 'Income' taxes the name, and address of each partner. takes on- a new- sfgniflcance, share of the profits or losses which should be' understood by . personal, service every citizen. The taxation .sys- l annngltne past-yea- r, tem of this country Is truly pop- - it corporations wlil file similar Ikfonna- Uon for 1918, ular, of the people, by the;,pjeo-pie and forjke people. Every.'; I W" inv m lflvnn n uuuic l.1 'S.' ' t wiMtvH la HoKIa lUllUf HUM lllO k anip.un't 4t .the,. tax i'grduated11 INCOMI TAX PAYS kl Recording to the success and for-FO ENIPITS. rMJVLIC l tune attairied'W each Individual . . ;?.: ,, ( In tfvnlllng himself of the oppbr-- . . "Viewed la .Us.iJrfMtsd. tunitles cretetlind .preserve) 'ir, by. our iteeulnstftutlona. Thf-rf- t tftXf iCiPaHB). Xgjfk. BSMflU- frr jnethoB ahdJegi:ee of the- tax; Is; ft received oceipc;4.yOly4re1 4f p ideinplned j go.fttTQred class ' ' ' JTT a- - ii.i Autjwr tiiexeresentatlves of the jic ,Mtp Proceeds if J?eopje. pe (f'egftre&'iuiof the-- tax Hk TT-"la aanonai tt GrlffitfrVjOwristiqro ; tAuisvllKpi)arlton Rogers Gore, B. Thompson, .Hamilton, Lexlng: .j your money saving prices. , Remember, I have a very complete line of building material in stock, and am. able by buying in car load lots to make have just received a car, " If you need wood fiber plaster or Portland Cement, I S. T. PROCTOR s . n Aa - -- m e , Bureau-.Offers.Ald- . -- IHE high standard this bank has set for itself in the con duct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emer gency and under all circumstances, T ; . -- 'The spirit of this institution 1C onei'of helpfulness.. - dT; We should like to number ybu am oung our patrons. . g PEOPLES RANK v -i . make-separat- e The-'aurtax- - PUBLIC . . ' - On Tuesday , March 25th NEAR BROMO POST OBFICE 'KNOWN AS THE H.G.SUTTON FARM . to-the m . cis On the- - FARM of G. W. MARLER 'Si fv , - - , -- e; will offer for Sale highest bidder the following: K - - J . V rfV,V v good prindlc. Marcs, 7 and 10 years bld;knownas the Mode Hamm rr- -, 1 . 26ung;Jacks2and3yeai?sld 1$ hands high, 2year-oJ- d - Mares, Tfee-ytar-oldjacf- -- i-- 5 ;.,;:hef liacffibHdferywa . 2-Farbm One Mule: Colt Cattle- 1 Cott, Bull and other 'M '?, -- -- , Tnv,'4i?ptDaVC.a)per; ComIsIon'er nue. . --- Mf .- -: :- : "?- - Students 'in&y? enter' fc.atfy?3,inie. Tuition Review Course S3.C0 amonth. tekxk ia --, $ v i. . & i. & ''01 'MM&kt $ I.'- Ema&mt . Vk .JflCl'S.-'-erS:j Vi.'Ji1 oi xniaraat !L. fcd-n.r-- vt )'. r: .r!fe-rfejfe-.' ' :AIufc40ubushels of CJofn, , S&nife Hay Far Aing T:ods jlv - l lit?Cr,t l(lVl.-.3-t Wagon, i new with bed complete ",l. !! liGrainUrill and- Disic. 1 Sitivrfni Cr Uenor ! JSt, i , - 1 y' vwu JfwPlows, Tm1 some - J - 3ivf - High School $4!00 xoho b. W?EffflURUrt-ATTORMETiA!TXAW' Y v & ai u n;r &&& ".C m' 5JR T) 5 2T lhe World moveSi and Jie $tqrid:stili is ZQ . 11 either- - crushed- - or left behind. t. f$ - v MC JtkTJTNdir.-Jtc XClll': iL.SZlC't m i?it' ?. j if. j ' itr .?7el-iruwxauni.i -- '! -- 'fcT?i?L Krla Twla f?Eil ' J . " Til in w, , JSMJfc - J rttHaracsst JtiewOMStoveSburners, of Sewing Machine 'New Lumber, About half this Lumber l.u "BSBSBSFIlisfc-'lt- ZMLJ a 'assf t - n cntirca streets; IW. 'V'jiV1 'fJ-r tKt - vl i ljLL2 i Cliiia?siib,0ry rwn rt.cf - f trr i.tjM,'' a,- zzrjz .,.- - LrrtkJT ,j tt - i?i w. j unci's ir vmb&a -- -- X .5 - r , jki)6abw: x ,il - . 5 WagdnBed Patterns, complete. Bekers.Stors; r, TMSx7.4!J4er $10 cash in hand, all over, $10 a credit of six months will be given swi note. v893? :WS?S: J.g ys,t 35si ir !. 0'" A mJrilVx-u- i . d fw ruTwur $ K3 ...B ' .Mr- .'. Ii&WjW. "tJff" Dp L I VI I 1 liff I I muwmvm -'."t'-HKIGV- UMltJSt' I ...r 4jte$m fctt-WwlRSrdmg. of W t Sdme4iewron-Iguesd-Gouplb- g is Poles - - rr i. " ..- - ji rBssT t Ji.7 SBBBSWlt Hf 3. - l. ' - -- x- ' v.. "s- -r H. - K. V .' lSS?tf r J IJ H ftlilWillliMl?. it" v tm S3i w J i Dlt- IVIIIIIIIM -- Sa" F"tr .. -- E ' i" '". iJ II s u- - .r ... ,; - ' -- : j i ft. '',' '"'' ssssissli :''' ii ' .V TlsBssssssssssfsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssW '""' ,"' - - - -- V - - ? -i -' -- fma- ify "tj" - ?..- J '' 1 - " - - "S ' ?; -,- the family of "Why not buy a Ford now? Let therFord solve you r travel- . .. -Hiatt section, They won't be any cheaper. ing problems. Mt. Vebnon Ky, Mar 14, 1919 have the flu. It doesn't matter jyhere you FOR. SALE: An extra good Bryan Overall are the best, want to go, when.you.want to go milch, cow, ndw'giving 3 gallons, I. 0' Tn to-stay,, we a day.'.Cal. at tti.is'office. , v want toCammunlJij $7 therefore the cheapest the long or how run. Get them at Fish's. are always on the job. Call GarFor the men and boys who age and remember we have new, ride horseback, we have a full clean cars in good repair with z 111 good drivers. TuJI-jnIline of Riding Pants and Leggings. American, French and German ' Ashland Lodge No . Helmets along with the newest N ashviLlc R. R. Co.' Louisville 640, F. & A. M.,,wi)l Spring styles in S.wann Hats may meet in stated TIME TABLE. be seen in Fish's windows. CASH , 22 north 4.57 p. in the Adam Bryant Jr., has bought Masonic Hall 24 north Monday evening, GROCERY ...... 3:35 a m abcut 125 acres of land from K. J. March ,24th at 7:30 o'clock 33 south for p m McKinney 12:35 near Brod head. Price, balloting on candidates for E. A. 21 vSouth .12:45 a m not given. This is part of the degree. A lecture will- be delivJ as. Landrum-- , Agent. land purchased by McKinney a ered by our P. M., Rev. H. T. Phone No. 8. year ago from Jerry Frith. Young, on Masonry.' "We expect Entered at the 1ft Vernon, Ky. PostoBoe 1 You want a Ford, you know 't the hall to be filled to standing per bag as .seeondrcla&s mail matter. is the best car for you to have. room. Visiting Brothers cordial, oume aay you mean to ouy one. ly invited. PERSONAL per But why"not now? The Ford car . R. H. Mii.i.er( Master August Kreuger fs" slowly is far cheaper than ever J. A. LANDRum, Sec'y. '" , Mt Vernon Signal .Fete Lear and John Boyd, of the !. ; " "r - v- - - f t: .. . A V-- 79 long-you-;wa- .. J???!!!!?!??: :::: .... !J!ff ? K L con-municati- on - -- ' STORE hl V Cl m. W MfififeWSTTPilf- - ' -- - DOLLY VARDEN FLOUR :.hjAV1 ivn mi I I iUff - $ .30 g. to-da- y before when you consider th Sherman Perciful is here from true valae of the dqllar. 10 The Taxpayers of MEAL 75C tag KARO SYRUP 80c per gal. , a Wallins Greek.' H. C. Rupley Jr., was killed Rockcastle County: The small child of Henry Bar- and Lee Rupley and Eave Ken 22c per lb. This article is intended to ex' ron is very sick; nedy were seriously injured in an plain why the election called by Willis McKenzie is in Jackson autorriobile crash near Lancaster the Fiscal Court of this county 25c per lb. yesterday. H. C. Rupley Jr.. for the purpose of voting a 20 county trading. cent road tax has been called off. NEW.LINE OP Miss Jo Davis has been very uvea in ot. 1,0111s ana was visit- The Road Commissioner. Mr. ing relatives at Stanford. sick during the week. Wiley, and hisDistrict Engineer,, evidently missunderstood t hje NOW ON DISPLAY For Sale: Poultry farm, 12 meaning of the cent Mrs. Rose Carne is visiting 20 road tax-acres, with good buildings, good and issued literature to the effect Reels, Casting Rods, her sister, Mrs. E. B Cox. Miss Thelma Wallin, of near spring. 2 miles from Mt. Ver- that this tax could be used on any Minnow Seins, lines, non, 3f miles from Brodhead on county road and in any Magisteis visiting here. Crab Orchard, Spinners, .etc rial District and get the benefit was down pike. Will sell cheap if sold at of State xiid, or $3.00 Geo. Frederick Jr.. ior one. once. Believing that the Road Com mi-,- , from Pfneville during the week. , J. L. Niceley, sioner was.corxect in. bis .urid.err Mrs. Wells', of Casey county; is 405. South Alabama, standing of . thejlaw 'and r being visiting her niece, Mrs. Sam Cox tirged by Mr; Johnson, the .Dis Indianapolis, Ind. Pay Cash and Sav. the W. J. Brown," of Crab Orchard trict Engineer, the .Fiscal- Court 4. , oalled this election:.. . . was here yesterday selling flour. Difference a- Everything .sold at good prices since then further vintfestigatfon t o. JiT Joe McKenzie is atCfajrOr. at H. C. BowmaSn's salV.outorithe has been made and we discovered, chard where he has a building Brodhead road Tuesday. Farm that tho. 20 cent road tax contract. taxand no State Aid can D ing tools went High but the limit r ii o nd be obtained by theiexpenditure of Jesse Debord is. home a. few was reached when twojfairly good this tax unless it is used 'on inter-flays from- - Louisville where he looking ewes sold for $57.50. Jim county seat, or State; Aid roads. has a good position. Brock, of the Hiatt "section, The court had promised the ieoi i i i I i i 1 1 1 i s x 'l ' T. C. O'Mara has gone to the bought the sheep and. we under- pic uui vj luuieuau tne tax ana Oil fields to work for .the .Rock- stand was offered $60 for them- that the fund thus secured- - would be used on all thd- roads-.o- f the ". and not move them. castle Oil & Gas Co. county and State Aid obtained Mrs. Grover Sowder was called James H. Griffin and Miss thereby for 'all' the r6ads, but hndmg to Pittsburg yesterday on account Maude Reynolds, of the Wildie and his that the Commissioner Engineer were - in verror, of the death of her aunt. section were .married at the home we thought.bestnot to, hayje s the Miss JToIa Jones, of Winches of the bride last week and left election, but .'proceed as -- MEAT, LARD fOdr JCPJS0 J.UTAYL05. 6 C? FISHING TACKLE ,.: ; TIME - FRgSH MEAT a-W-ccfc . . -- - -- THEM AT mm s You can't wait until Easter before you get yats;r spring clothes this year. The spring season will be well under way before the holiday is scheduled. - LI VI -- - . NGSTON ;::::u:t:::U: ' :Thafhy we completed our .spring - , hepeto-.fpre.u.nder,the';gen- :i i D week.--- s ,tbey will, b&ldz&J&w .dais hpneyy ifindth'at if the money thusisecuYed Azbill daring-dthunderlie general Ie.vyV'is used Little ArdetbWllin. yooagesfr moop. Aid; . daugbterot Mr. and Mrs. Oscars ky., where Mr. Gfraffin..&j;; roads, we will obtain. jth;e ;Den6flt. Aid,pr 3 topine.- - ' Agent. These, are Jgje.:" young Not Upon Promisea Wallin has been. very.MSick Furthermore, " onidvestigation people 'and we join with a hosT'Of j The small child b lit and .we find Ihattfie-lajEoapplicaMrs. T.J. Niceley which has been their"! riends itf c&ngfatulations. tion by the cdunty through "the "Upon Performances very sick for the past week is Bryan Graves, son of John Fiscal Court, permits the State to Graves, of the Hansford section, construct the better today. seat, WE ARE PIONEBRS IN or State Aid roads by the use of leave died Tuesday morning at the Na- convict Mrs. Anna E. Miller-willabor, which will be an extended visit val Hospital, Great Lakes, 111. charged to the eounty out of the' tomorrow for with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Johnston His remains are expected to ar- pro rata State Aid to which the rive and will be laid to rest county will be entitled in Chicago. by' reason near Hansford. " xBryan Graves of paying "the 5 cents tax- providMrs. Francis, and daughter, " In business since Mrs. J. D. Oats, will leave April was an excellent ypung man and ed for under the general State volunteered his service to his Aid Road Law. The Fiscal Court PROMPT DELIVERIES 1st for Monticello where they at a meeting held last Tesdav. country aboat three or four will spend the summer. weeks agd'rHe hadr' only been at. not oply called off the? 20 cent road election, but rmade applicaMr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Mullins were up from Withers Wednes- the Training Station a few days tion to the Road Commissioner to finish the inter county seat roads day and stated their son, Willie, until he contracted pneumonia. as provided by that law. 6 625;627.iWalnut Street is in New York enroute home All Soldiers-viandSaildtsFrhave. tbf IfitenrTdnofrtbeFiscli Court been voted a $60.00 bonus by to "go on with this road work ar)d from oversea seivice. JOINGINJATI, OHIO Congress. Some have been send- have the State to finish the State Mr. and Mrs. Yfl R McClnre were here from Berea Weines-da- y ing in copies of thuir discharg Aid roads this ,year. Cam Mullins, They had been, to JPittsburg to gee bonus, but this will not do. Judge, Rockcastle tDounty. to attend the burial of Mrs. Mc- In order to get the bonus the discharge papers must be sent in Clnre' s sister. The Camp Fire Girls, Miss and where the original discharge Aultman Captain, had a WRITES FROM FRANCE Stanley Payne was1 over from very papers have been lost the original pleasant Conway yesterday and: reports iec. lo, igiSt the L. 8c .N cutting outitwo of order for discharge must be sub hiked to Sand Springs, ' went Mr. and Mrs. G. Leece, , the operators at Snyder leaving mitted. The correct address is through the mines, had lunch on Crab Orchard, Ky only one man on duty from 9 a. Zone Financier Oflicer, Lemon the way and hiked back home Dear Father and Mother: Building, Washington, D. C.'! before dark." They traveled in 'This morning while thinking m. to 5 p. m. A delightful birthday party was all about nine miles 'and some oi of you I, will try and write you Omer Chesnut arrived from This leav.es me Iowa Tuesday morning with bride given by Bernard Franklin last them were pretty" tired, yet they a few lines. of only a few days, who is a west- Saturday night. Those who at- feel that the days" outing was feeling fine. 1 weigh about 200 ern girl. They are with his tended were: Misses Julia and worth all the energy and effort lbs, so you may know I am feelLouUe Landrum, Dorothy and that it cost; They are planning ing good. I hope you are we)l. mother, Mrs. Anderson an b Lucille Albright, Lillian Fields, a weeks outing on the Cooper 1 have j ust took a bath and street. Davis, Lillian Griffn, farm near the river in May. washed., my clothes. We have a Jas. Morris. John Lair Charley Edna Sport' Kirby, Willie Smith, Gertrude Minnihan, Lorine Mul- There are eighteen members of good place to stay nowv It is the CampPire Girls and they are not cold here Jyet. The'ground Everett Watson. Jim Hibbard; lins and Ruby Cooper. Messrs,. certainly a jbllyrbunch. Miss has only been frozen once, so Leroy Hamilton, Robert Weaver, Jack Crawford, Frank Richards, Gibson, ot Langdon Memorial you can see how cold it is.. It Robert Childress- and Maurice William Sparks, Albert Cooper, School, accompanied the girls on rains, lots here. We may move Russell Niceley, BentJy Mullins, Phillips are some. of the boys who from here soon. Well, I guess have recently been discharged Jack Fish and Bernard Franklin. their hike Wennesday. from the service and are at home There has been organized here Don't waitnntil spring but give you are done gathering corn. I Judge L. W. Bethurum and a Hoy bcout organization withH us your order now and we prom- had a letter from Sig a few days ago. He was .going to begin County Clerk S. F.. Bowman were about twenty boys as members, ise you prompt delivery.husking corn .the next week. I Thb Bryant Garage. in Frankfort last Saturday for whose agesrun from twelve to the purpose of. going: beforetbe eighteen, with S. F.Bowman as .S. T. Proctor. has the contract hope the flu is checked by mow. We ait around ih& fire at nights . State Board, of. Equalization to Scoutmaster. ' They met Tuesday to build R. JL'mmnew brickJ and talk ajxmt home. WeCtbirifc ask that theraisermade- - an Rock- night' and took the Scout oath, resilience Broahead. He wil we$rillbe home by March or castle he taken off or at least re- which is as follows: "Onmy'hon-or-- begin work'by April- 1st; April. Tht. is our belief, of will do ray best and do my duced. They were, successful in duty to God and my country, Strayed: A black sow nitr course we can't .teiL We have getting- - $50,000 g the raise and to' obey the Scout law. To' weight about j50ppundsi Has 2 jdenty of. .good '.warm plothes.' rwiirtellyou the naffie of some o nruivcicei.,. jewara help other people at all times; ' , , places I have- - beemsincel 10CAL To keep myself pbyslc'ally strong came to France. , We , werej 'in Bojt Taylor. mentally awake, and morrally TV. Canyon afford tcr wanted:-i,T- o straight." When any member rent for the Halifax. the tfltbf Jhly.aml. from one.- - . The Bryant. Gla.GE. fails to live up 1 this promise CasUeton Ciub,agpod phonograph there we went to IivrpooPf;Bo land on lihe ship Rhesua, campi-kiand records. See or he ceases to beh Scout " ForSack: BHff Leghorn eggs. Lhand over his badfce and must Griffin, yt. Vernon, write Ralph in England's r,et camp This is a! Ky,. $1.00 per. setting of fifteen. Ktio.tty - Ash; Lviri : "'CiUrip; food organization and we hope Fob SAWfCheverolet-automobile- . - ;Mrs. Artjkdr Coffey, jmy J6, 3" p. m., by raUrpWftr-rivin- g the parents will lend their assis Iu.firafass condition Mt Vernon Ky. in CapvMbon Hill near tance in the matter and help andean be fforth the Winchester, B&ImI's .JSmglith. t. sake better men of our boys. money. rest camp-oJuly 37 p. m Ktiivft" " T r ..!? ' "3t" l!BQT2i?fl."Vi & " c.raiiSimiiiirfrr-smsa- ? " e ler was the guesfcipf MissTEthel immediately-fo- r w Chicago where feyy. We TheywjilL-reside,atlo- a prrinter-countx-jSeatort- at Our CRenfefe "Grows P: 1 '"-- stiit displays earlier than uual. All of tbe very latest styles in Clothing, Hats Shirts, Shoes and Furnishings, many .models- designed in uafter-the-w" veffects, are showc here now. i( Pjres-Updisplays.. m " ar v $ ci IV-- - i - . -- ? $ ' 5 ,- fr'n- ,- I, ''".t nm -- af-Sta- te -- : -- ot-Mr- r -- n inter-count- y l to-da- y Dry CFeaningr and Dyeing: The JV? 'M M J LQmWmWmtlmmWmWr - -- THE July CftSTORE South when aad-embarlred BETWEEN BANKS leasdT& Co. 18, we arrived in ? Hampton, England ,on the ship- - St. George, EARL LEECE . we crossed the English ''Channel arriving in Cberoburg, Frauce July 19, 3:30 a. m. July 20 the 11 A iP r HilV UTM A Wmm, PFDI IH PiUsflPiBBBBBBK BBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBlBBBBSBaBBlBBSBSBlSBlBBVBBBVB A Wonderful Remedy FOft EFFECTS IM9bbsbbb- train "loaded4-o- n outing-Wednesday.The- y train for Southern France; arrived in Villenawe D. Amonjuly 23; pitched camp on a French! Aug. 2. We hiked from Pont De La May to Camp Shuge, one of tbe largest artillery camps in OF LA N K. Uw, 13 North Franklin Sfu, Brazil, Indiana, baa a word of cheer for sufferers Mr. Gere GRIPPE result-3- from LaGrlpie and lta ' UbM or .New-com- - -- - -- : 1 - -- . -- of-tH- e m do-with- out i-'U g -- France Our train left CampDe bauge , Sept: 28 for some where near the front, passing through Bordeau, Pargmont. Vhgon, Orleans, Paris, Chateau r Thierry, landing and unloading at Mussy Oct. i, camping in billets. The trip, was made on (train. We left Vassing cart driving over land to Revingory where we loaded on train, landing in Faurad Oct. 10. Camping three kilometers north of Pampey in the woods leaving the woods near Pampey Oct 14, arriving in Marabank billeting in old 'Theater. We left Marbaush Oct. 22 and arrived in Monas Cort, ' camping in'the woods os the St. Charles Farm Oct. 26. We moved to Amplimout near Sir. Mihiel,, tray elinf. oa land. Oct 29 we moved tovAmbly near theVerdun front and thisis where we are now. I hea rd the ks . j; un fire. I was out' grazing- - the rtutes when the firing stopped, snd the band be gin to jriay America and I must say it - sounded jgebd. We are bow living ikx France. up stairs. I, wilt Tmblet Form Sold Kreryrcker "X have suffered for the last two winters with that terrible disease. LaGripfee. Having often heard of the great value of X decided to try It. I have only used four bottles and I do not now have any bad effects from the Grippe as It has Just about entirely disappeared, and ray general health Is good. I am satisfied that Peruna is a remedy and I do most heartily endorse and recommend it for LaGrippe." Pe-ru- na wonderful YOU SHOULD KNOW pin LIVINGSTON. KY. Has never permitted overdrafts,. u loaned money on worthless security. '4 u u. ii "YOUR have the money when asked for a loan. n a note. told a customer we did not forclosed a mortgage or sued failed to help a customer if within our power. b cke withroandbest , ji? AvLiTr. A. Ex. Fore. FIRST STATE BANK NOT TWO YEARS OLD YET NEIGHBOR BANKS WITH TJS. ASK HIM. bgit o wisbetloall, sogpod bye. Eaju. F. LxxsxI Co. O, - CtUifc-ffiiToa- n; " iiAfiTORt .V'-- OUldrezr rm . ,. FurcKrs ' CA8T.O.RIA Olilldren Ory FIR FLETCNtrS ' mtsoofiaaEssi VrTTttr" - "r- - 1 " ?!.- - ..---- . '",.- '" - J MMJMmR i!-4J ar- .......... . ft'-iZ- Z -- ?.3 15. rtH ' C- V.V flts.MJUffeuW4iAi M GEORGE ALLEN lxN GERHAXV Somewhere m Ge'taany. January 15, ijig Dear mother: Will answer your letter I have just leceived Ii vas ery old. It was wrtton August 29. but souknow I was gl d to get it. I am well " and hope you all are the same. I will tell you where I have been. I was only here two weeks until I went in trenches, but I was lucky. I didn't get a scratch, but I sure did have some close calls I otten thought I would never seen the old states again. I have seen them killed from my side. 1 often thought of you and Mrs. Scbtt when I was lying io the mud up to my knees, dodging machine guns Mamma. I knew you and Mrs Scott were praying for me, and I believe your prajers were with me. ou don't know how a poor boys mind will lead out to different thoughts when he is expecting to get killed at auy time. Any one can be a soldier in the old states, but it means something to be a soldier over here in France. I tell you when you are expecting to get killed you will think of a million things, but the greatest thought of all, I would never get to tell mamma good bye. That s t u ck m e deeper Lindensburg and an now in the courtr record as a'b6btleggtfrywho middle of Germany and I am had been convicted .or acqui ted haviny some time. I can't fay need app y to them for their ter when, I will come home. How is vices. Wefpelthat our lawyers papa, Lee, Clara and Omer by are competent to make a living now? I must close as it is time put of their .profession without to go to bed. Answer soon and accepting tbh. class of cases, and ir thev think of the matter as a long letter. we tee it, these cases are not imYonr loving son, George W. Allen. portant from a legal s'and paint. Thnie-inothing about defend89th Co. I 356 Inf. ing a bootlegger that shows1' the American E. F. P. S. talent of any lawyerand every body to write in nine out of every .ten cases are Tell and give all my love. Tell Bil simply a matter of producing evidence that would make a Grover and Bob to write me. s - is tnk n internally and acts thru the B! od on the Mucous Surfaces f the System. One Hundred Dollars reward is offered for an i case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Seiid for circulars and testimonials. F. J. Cheney, & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipa -- pronounced it incurable is a local disease, greatly influence by constitutional con ditions and therefore requhes consul Jtional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured bv-- F f. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Obi , is a coustilutional remedy, ment, There is more Catarrh in tVs section of the country than ull other diseases put oether, and for ye? rs it "was Supposed to le Doctors prescribe tl incurable local remedies, and by cons Ian . lv failing to cure with local treat Catarrh tion. Anti-Bootlegging than anything, but I can say this the time is coming when 1 can tell you all hello again. "I long for that sweet day. Listen, Mamma, don't you all worry about me, don't you even think that I am not having a good time. A soldier has a better time than any body, when there is i n't any war. Believe me it waS'Some darir looking time Nov. io7 We crossed the Meuse river and went over on the Huns We Committee I In last week's issue, we re- - . captured three Germans night and they told us that the war was over at 11 o'clock, but we didn't believe tbem until the Suns quit tiring, biu it took all of that to show Kaiser Bill where he stood. We were in one hundred yards of the Germans when the guns stopped firing We sure have canned the Kaiser. Well, I'll tell you where I am. I came through France, Belgium and porcea some cases wmcn snouia j be of general interest to the people interested in suppressing the sale of whiskey. Special interest should be directed to the number of cases acquitted that were rcp- that resented by attorneys. This EaHHHaiHH bears out the theory that it is more in the hands of the lawyers of this county than any one else, and it they will persist in deftrid- ing bootleggers who have a Court we will continue to have the guilty go unpunished, so the pressure should be kept upland should be made to have our attorneys serve notice on their clients that no one with a 'nt m ; 1 I 5,000 pelBons, ad the annual payroll is. nearly $5,000,000. ma. There are 240 chines, th largest number of such machines assembled at any one place in the tforld. There arel59 presses employed and 'electric motors. The ma700 chine equipment of the plaut is valued at 2 600,000. The type metal cast into ingots each day amounts to twelve and a half tons. The equipment also includes nearly one hundred linotype machines, five of which are' located in the branch printing section at the shadow of an excuse- for acquit- Library of Congress: The bindting the defending on the grounds ery contains about one hundred of a reasonable doubt. The re- machines of the latest approved maining part of the legal ability type for the variot.s operations necessary is to "study the men in the modern binding process. So much iorMhe plant. The summoned on the jury and find output are equally com- figures of that the jury accepted is posed of men inclined to be sym- amazing. For example 1,800,000 . any fellow man who type pages are set in a year, and pathetic with .is in trouble, and one who serv- this number of type pages is said c ing in othei cnses has proved to to be greater than the annual of all the book .publishing the sat.sfaction of the lawyer for the defendant that they are houses in the United States. Last strong on a reasonable doubt I year 49,647,871 publications were suppose to be ethical to a client, wirestitched and 2,6oo,y38 books when a lawyer has accepted a, bound. Tnese. bound books, if case, it is his duty to pick a jur placed end to end, would cover a! which he believes will decide in distance of 400 miles. The! BE SESSIONS favor of his client. The lawyer speeches annually printed for Members of Congress number cannot be criticized for so doing, L 10 a. m. to 12 as follows: to but we do believe that the law approximately 25,000,000. The quantity of franked governyers of this county should be in 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. terested in the general welfare mental mail (largely printed matof the county to such an .extent ter) received each day by the that thev would jointly agree Washington City post office is esnot to accept these cases, and timated at 150 tons Reviews of will furnish three men for this conference State C. thereby avoid the need of being Reviews. Lyon will be here as Secretary of this District. Chaplain S. Mr. D. placed in an attitude of being a Wanted: Men or women to party to framing up reasonable take orders among friends and Stapp and the Rev. Mr. Scott will be the piincipal speakers. Chaplain doubt eyidence, and strike good neighbors for the genuine guarhonest conscientious citizens from anteed hosiery, full line for men, Stapp was a Baptist minister when he went into the service as Caplain. -a jury in order to retain jury women and hildren. Eliminates He is just back from France and has an interesting message. Mr. Scott men who are more willing to bo darning. We pay a 50c an hour spare time or 24 week for full lieve'the story of the defendant time. Experience unnecessary. is minister of the First Christian church at Somerset and is one of the and his friends, than to believe Write, International Stocking most interesting speakers in this part of the State "the. witness who in the vast ma Mill, .Norristown, Pa. jority of cases is forced to testi- Please remember that this conference is for the whole of Rockcastle County, One fy in the case. The men who like it is being held in each county of the. State. buy whiskey in this county do voluntarily go and indict the There will" be a banquet on Tuesday evening: at 6 o'clock. man who sells them the whiskey. AT THE RIGHT TIME is of plates will be 50c each to civilians and to SOLDIERS. During Greatest Importance, THE GOVERNMENT PRI the banquet hour, there will be short speeches many of them by ING OFFICE If your eyes are showing any detime to see fects now hope to have many civilians this banquet, The Government printing fice itself occupies thirteen and DR. MOORE, The Opticiai - we are very anxious to haveall-thsoldiers of the county as our guests " lylt Vernon, JCy. f Cox Buildfn? acres of ground m the Uit of Washington. It employes tjpe-settiu- g Demobilization Conference There will be a Conference held at the Court House in MT. VERNON & the community life. THREE M March 18th THERE WILL 19th out-pu- The ,p.urp.ose is to improve the social condition of EACH DAY, , 2p.m. 4p.m. The H. Y. M. A P. Properly fitted I glasses is-th- e The but FREE NT-recor- d, We at e one-bal- r 4 . C. YOU SHOULD HAVE ONE I to-d- ay N every country of the world they are doing their share to make life more worth living and to raise human' ity to a higher plane to-day- . For them the 'biasing sun of the equator, or the frigid V regions of the north, hold'nb terrors m chants, doctors, lawyers, farmers, and men in every walk of life, have figured them a paying investment More business, more rest and a bigger, broader vision of life and people, are some of the dividends these people are receiving. - r Regardless of surroundings, their creed is "Service", and there are millions of owners who will testify to the fact that they ate living up to that creed - : We are ready and willing to prove to you the following statement: No matter what kind of roads you have to travel, you can drive a Ford car over them easier, quicker, cheaper and saf er than you can drive a team of horses and a rig over them Business, pleasure, time, convenience, recreation and ne- -. cessity demand that you have a car. Ask the automobile owner's advice on buying a car, it doesn't matter whether he owns a Ford or not, he will tell you nine times out of ten to buy a FORD Tiie half civilized natives otlndia finds it to their advantage K "fsStYrfi H T ! ?"U2H; to use them; the missionaries in China and the Jungles of Africa say they cannot do without them In the training camps of America, England and Italy they were indispensible. On the battlefields of France they weje doing the lion's share Forging on through mud, wrecks, shell holes and entanglements Go- ing where others dared not venture Once they were considered an experiment, a rich man's rluxuryfYtcbday they are.coreredkpbsitiYe necessity Rte- r. J" ; " i .When you buy from us it is our business to stand behind the car and see that you get the service which is due you Our z garage service is complete We are urging you to buy now. Spring will soon be here and it will be next to impossible for us to make prompt. 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