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Mount Vernon signal: March 14, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919031402_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 14, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. :v ri. .' i 1 1 0ion ! jf PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY iflittii MT. VERNON, Sinna COUNTY, KY), FRIDAY, MARCH 14 1919 f- nr hi ii rr liifflre ESTABLISHED J887 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE NUMBER 2 - BOOM FOR GOVERNOR . - r ... Tyreo wero tho guests pf their H daughter, Mrs. Walter Roberts, Mrs. A. F. Pean sold hor prop at Hurrodsburg the first of the1 erty adjoining the Christian week. Mrs. Tvree will spend church lot on Main streot to several days before returning. BR OD EAD A bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbETbbbbbbbbbbbbbI IHHS BBflr HdK& DLtnilSK HJBfie&IXa." ib&bbbWbbbSF- BSBB3EllSBBEBBBBBBBMBBBBgBBBBBl I- ; : 4 j yOR sand feet on Boone Way it is Prum, Germaiy. tho intention of the management Dec. 32, $918. ' to make a real flower garden Mrs. Margaret Baker; The above is a picture of our good friend, Judge R. G. Williams, overhanging the highway, and Withers, Ky., U. S. A of Covington, Kentucky. His many friends over the state are & suitable shrubery, My dear Mrs. Baker: earnestly urging him to become a candidate for tho high office of those with roses, flowering bulbs or ferns You havo surely, of course Many nice things are being satd of htm. Among them Governor. liKe to dispose of; .that learned by this time of thq'death is the following editorial from he Interior Journal with which wo and such is have a surplus of thorn, tho of- of your son, Henry,, audi' write heartily agree: ficers and those directly inter. to extend to you 'my sympathy THIJ MAN FOR THE PLACE. ites of a man a clean, brave ested will be very glad to get a in your bereavement. f As it is well known to our read heart, and a powerful, brilliant quantity of such plants. We are I visited with, fienryaka ' he mind In their dilemma they ers, tho Interior Journal has sure that many folks' both:far lay- in. .the hospital here?,- with n the se- sought this man. and prevailed and near would like to donate the serious gunshot wofcnd in manifested no choice lection of a democratic nominee upon him to become a candidate plants and etc, toward beautify- his abdomen, with which! very To "Dick" for 'Governor, nor is it now es lor county judge. ing this plot of earth and Mr. A. skillful surgeons struggled to pecially doing so. It has never Williams the idea of overcoming E. Albright, Pretident. and Mr. bring him through to health and asnired to be the counsellor, die a republican majority of nearly a O. R. Cass. Treasurer, will al- - stieneth again. Bat it .waB.bf no . Wusandseomepreposterou?.. f, Vrr tator or leader fit d,omociacy, receive" gifts,, avatfifiUtbM) . rtiffillirglvttntir6rt0tteem?SeKte9"tu tnrr-ttr- e Is. and wo hopo that many who will and slowly weakened audpas: It has been and will continue' to fignt for.tho betterment of con chancer to read ' these lines will away. be, .content to servo and. advocate ditions. And tie did fight and send'such things to these gontlo It' seems rather strange thil tho election of the nomirfees of win. Furious at tho victory, his men by mail or bring them if they be should be out in the bat m in-- ' the party it has' always loved enemies sought to cripple and live neai and help to make this and be wounded tnere, recover timidato his administration', and Wo behove, however, tbat the new city of the dead a real flower irom nut wouna ana men aie time has arrived to offer a sug ovory, means fair or foul.was us.ed garden. Mrs. W. A. Tyroe has from an accidental gunshot gestion in the m.itter of selecting against him. But they reckoned returned homo after spending wound received after being back a nominee for the governorship, without their host. Williams several days with Mr. and Mrs. in his Company again. But such and in doing so let it be ucder had the courage of his hardy an- Walter Roberts near Harrods-burg- . are the strange things that hapstood, no reflection is cast upon cestors, and he made an able, pen everywhere, just as much at . any of the gentlemen who have clean and impartial judge. At (Items held over ftom last week.) home as in the iarmy, perhaps announced their candidacy for tho end of his term he turned P. Francisco returned from a more. the office back to the people that honor. few days visit to his son, J. H. The body of vour boy is burled who gave it, honored and reFrancisco, in LaFollette, Tenn., in the little cemetery here, with It seems to bo a foregone con spected by all. elusion that Ed win P. Morrow and his daughter, Mrs. J. M. His ability as a lawyer and Sullivan, in Williamsburg. On Christian prayers and military will bo the Republican notniuce-- a honors. The United States 6ov. brilliant stump speaker and ac speaker sooo attracted wide at- his return home he stopped off ernment Grave Registration Ser tive 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 city of Covington, where he now Prof. J. L. Pilkenton, and in the the grave, and when' .Mm th foot foretno.U, and the Interior resides. His charming personal- afternoon visited Corbin Graded comes, will ship the body; boBM Journal, though it has consulted ity, coupled with his talents drew High school of which MrPilken again for burial in the home-knbelieves it lias the man the public's attention to him ton is Superintendent. Mr. Fran, My heart is with you at this Some 45 years ago thore was again, and he was twice elected isco 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 ot that office and has twenty rooms and tbat such sorrow. But yet, we have manhood, surrounded by republi- with the integrity, aoilily and Mr. Pilkenton is right at home the blessed Lord's promise of He ease, that characterised bis ad- among tho Corbin people. W. J. the cans and republicanism. 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 love hatb bought tho small cottage that is principle, but it did not suit him. Rockcastle court. lay Mr. Williams' lifo is clean. He now used by J. T. Lawrence as a any man than this, that be He saw and studied the lesson down his life for bis friends. hrnded down by Thomas Jeffer- possesses tho ability to form a storo building from Mrs. J. M. Henry did not die in battle, or son, and tho tenets of- that great clear conviction, tho courage to Adams $500. This building is from battle, but be fought Just as statesman appealed to him, and express tbat conviction, and what opposite the store'of W E.Grave-l- hard in the battle as,if he had, and tho Brodhead Pharmacy. and ho has given his life just as "Dick"' Williams became a demo- is inoro, and greater still, ho has Ed Owens, of Cincinnati.is here certainly as any ono who has crat befor ho became of legal age. Hie honor to stand by it. Free from entangling party fac- with relatives for a a few days. With no hope, nay with no thought great cause, of the tions, gifted and ready in debate, J. H. Owens has been appointed died in this of political proferoace, bo fought world's righteousness. Because the fight year in and year out; vouug, vigorous and active, cour- marshill. Mrs. J. W.. Tate and tho nation possessed men of practiced law for a living and ageous to tho point of daring, her daughter, Miss Randa. left Henry's calibre 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 tho principle Involved. true knight of democracy, and in operation Tuesday morning, and himself beon crushed instead. When less than 25 years of age, God bless you dear womaa'.and thore appeared on the political him wo wovld havo a man capa is reported to be getting along may the comfort of tne gospel of horizon of Rockcastle county, dis ble of defending his party upon nicely. Mr. Tato joined thorn whom no Tuesday morning returning home our Saviour bring the the joy .to content over the selection of cer- the hustings, and for would havo to be made Wednesday. -- Mr. and Mrs. Fred you as you come to feel the tears mill iujjuuiiv.au uaiiuiuutcn for apology being wiped away and realize Tho Interior Journal does not Durham were down from Mt. Ver offico. The people demanded a that you are one of the. women change, but who would bo tho know that ho could be prevailed non Sunday the guests of Mr. who has made the (great sacrmoe Moses to lead them out of tho upon to make the race, but It and Mrs. J. F. Watson. H.' L and has given a son to the world wilderness was the question on doesknow that no strouger,cleai Tharp was hero from Junction for .the sae or, abler man could bo tound in City Sunday with his daughter, rJgnteWscisa. of it freedom and evtry man's lips. As Old men. tried and truo in tie State, nor one who could be Mrs. R. Sincerely yours, announced Eld. J. W. Masevery wahc of lite, had watched looked upon with a greater degree Lksuk 0. KxujtY, tho course of tho young stripling, of prUo than this product of ters will preach at tho Christian Chaplain, U. a A. They had learned that mountain democracy, Richard G. tho 5th Sunday in this month Williams. Enclosed la letter Henry wrote Regular services were held at ho had the two most vital requls- - Williams. k to me, as he and'. Sunthe Baptist Saturday write". We surely join tho Editor of tho Interior Journal In tho sentiIt saya day by the pastor, Rev. Child- was too weak to' ments cf this ortlclo It would be difficult to spoak in too high ress. rA play entitled "A trip as follows.:' Detfr MOtHeT, I ana. terms of Judge Williams. Ho deserves all that has beon said or to Podunk" was given by the in ftfehoSi3Uaf at Prum", Germany. him. He Is splended timber, out of which to make tho State's chief Eighth grade pupils last Fri- I was accidently shot the- other Executive. Should he enter tho race, and be nominated, ho will bo day evening and by special re- day. This is my second wound. soon as I get better I will able to cope with Morrow on or off tho slump. quest was given Tucseay even- As write to you. Lots of love fro ing, which was greatly enjoyed your loving son, Salk: Rhode island Red Molks For 8al"k: Work mules by the large number present. Henry. eggs, $100 per setting of fifteen. about istf hands high. Call on Miss Dora Blanton was iu Mt. Vernon Monday having dental south-wts- t W S. Robins, 5 miles This la Wilsoa Baker's son. Mxs. W. T. Hicks. work done. Mr. and Mrs. W. A of Mt. Vernon. Wlldlo, Ky. JUDGE R. G. WILLIAMS '.i - "Sbbbbbbbbt ' HbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI iHHI bbbbbbbbbbbbb1 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 uncle Marshall Smith for $750.00. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will move to this property within the next few days. Misses Dora Eubanks and Lina Strange spent from Friday until Monday with relatives and friends in Columbia. Dr. and and Mrs M. K. Pennington, daughter, Miss Sallie, of London, were tho 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.- -r Rovand Mrs. R. C. Evans havo movovfDntast Bernstadt hero und,.nrc now occupying rooms at tlief Rov. A. J. Pike's residence on We' are mighty West street. glad to have these good people with us. The management of Piney Grove Cemetery are an xious to make the new cemetety one of the most beautiful of its kind near here, and as this plot of vranna.tramsstious-anuo'j'Hr'",,- t R. L. Smith was in Rich mo ?,d and Pinovillo first of thelweek . Everett Watsonf whoi, arrived ac u:amp layior .irom overseas last week, was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wswatr Sunday .Robert Weaver an Toe K. Morgan Were dischargwi from army service the firstyof the' week and are at bome.f-K.- -L Smith received, a mesag. Tuesday that Mrs. Brent McCIary was dead at her "homein rAaburn, and that hor remains Would bo buried at Dursmore Thursday. Mr. Smith left Wednesday to attend the funeral. Mr. McCIary has many relatives and '.'friends here who deeply sympathize with, bim in his bereavement. 1 WISE BUYER A1; eiM EMi iiiiiywraviiiriwwii 26 lb. WORD TO THE a f Domino Cane, per lb. Qq 9 Best Compound, per lb. 4 lbs. Net Weight Buckets Lfifd for $1 . 10 (i 8 lbs. '' Lardfor 2.20 " lags for J I mJ Lard, 25o' . - HENRY BAITER DIES IN GERMAN! Evacuation HoffpitaltN'o. 7: "Av&KiiserK-r"'- ' 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 .48. Men's Work Shirts,. Big and Heavy, large arms & long tails, for 98c ;'J'-wfttyctVe-ea- t sox-or-c.r- 'm -- - 4. . - - Ut V - Man! Man! don't Come miss .these! and See Me, I Need the Money XN Tfre Bnilrit (slVBVLVflMLflHLflLMANsliBHHLM toot Just Opposite the Court House H LVkstt F. BAKER flsLVi - - aH al -- asBi bIbh wa)Sbe-readvj-t- o 2. ' njwvwat Bra "llA BBBl -- V .m'-ji1 aH era w w aLV .as. Haa Lal aa bh aH BBl bBBBI sjbj afll 9 vMililliAil hztMm .. ' '.BBl bM'BBB HBB BBM. U',fnim. b wVV Hll B VAVM , HW mm MM mm mm vVVV vywy BBH BBB ask W aLYaiHLYai pjBsaMsssj val aaal IVfl ; I n 1 BlBBl BBBlBBBBBl ww VVVVV BBS BBB m H m. BBM i MS 1 Tbbbbbv m H 1 A hew stock of merchandise to sell less than city cost. of everything SALE kept In d. riava sold, my property and therefore I must fit rid of my stock of goods. This stock con1 uq-ono- , sists a country store. HERE ARE A FEW PRICES TO SEE HOW THEY COMPARE WITH PRICES YOU HAVE BEEN PAYING. - y now $2.60 $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. ' 'A NOPE My Ginghams and Calicoes kind. Prices regret 1 - I Pair nd Domestic ia not the cheap, shoddy They are the bet. Come and buy now while you cau get what you waut. will probably tay high In market all this year. So come and buy now or it later. 1 have also 4 Show Case, length 3. 5. 0. and 8 ft. to sell. Also of Stimpwn 80 Computing Scale to sell. N. So come and get your share of these Bargains. heiV-to-fo-re - g. i. cam I -- J j w tu fttjmuf. ., ,, Q' JVit. Vernon Olgnai i 1 A uinjilusb.' the ulitfiomt education stutv " day. unit- - months, We keep 11 rrcord ol alt got old and I can't think will bo organ.' eVt-r.mnn whon ho moves from of anything that would ho interTlio rtccut world munity committer 0f C,,uii.-1- . it is hoped that one lum- - one place to another, when he esting to you. Tho censor has war luis attracted tin; attention ilz'd and off now bo FkidaV, Mnr 14, 19'y , of nil rn'r'olic me,r' "Ptl womonldml U'ousaud ndilltions u ill of gUsMck and sont to a hospital justttbout took the lit trouble ; Suidny Schools and wears supposed to be nhlo and its a good deal less to lliu ctiormoiH value f child-- 1 undo to th ' Publish, J fvny Friday lr r us follows to write iciucrs. '. Tor to locito any man on short ordi-hood and tin.' urgent tu'ttl of con the .stale Love from. EDGAR S. ALB Ml I T As long any (.r ns will serving theyounfj life of a nation j Theie ntn about .)yio Sunday Your Son, of Kentucky, bo here I clout supposo any body if that nation is to livo. Hut schools m the Stale $1.0 strong clean bodies nnd well The h'lluenzi closed all of the knows Even if wo were to bu Prt LltB Cll.VNDI.KIt SOMCKirTION OSK V'.AK Co. D Hq Bn.'Ucn Hq. Wined minds alone can novel '.Mihouh. for a while. Many of j sent home ns soon ns traiisporla rates maut known on make democracy stu forth nliem lme never started again, tion could bo arranged it would Care Central Records Offio. Advtfthitiji application A. P O. 9o2 Amor Ex. Forces world Something else is neede There should bo a rilly in every he a good whiln before all would France. We can nlwai'S hear is trained cmihclenct ' pction of tlio state and by May bo ncross. and that MKMHKROP and wills; consciences which ,th every buuday School bliouiu rumors' among tlio boys, of courso ROAD TAX ELECTION. KltNTUCKY PUKSS SSOCIATION know right from wrong as di ')e opened nnd putting forth none of thdm know about those As I was u strong alvocato of will., pocial efforts to make up for things, but I am inclined to bo lined by tlio Christ, and Hove that the outfit will go home tlie 20 cent road tax that was to selfish mortal-t- o the lost time. which can force with 1I10 list half of the nun, have been Voted on March 15th, obey their consciences, to anno mats my own personal and having written several par deny themselves and follow the MtjcW opinion I would like very much ties in the county, Riving it as my 'great Master in service to others to be, home, of course, but I do ooinion that it would be to the At least thirteen millions of thi if Ajfl! B 1 announcements not worry over the matter the best Interest of tho people to vote twenty livo millions ol children nulliorlotl In hiihoiiiuis V iiru least bit aud4 hope.none of you do, for this tax, 1 feel that since tho under twelve jears of ngo aie Bourge, France, HON' K BULLOCK as its no uscv'an'd I consider that election isc ailed off, it is proper receiving uo religious education Dec. 20, 1918. ns a railliliite for Itcprcsctitatlvi- from we are all very very, lucky" if that 1 should give my reasons for lli..pi'ntUtli U(:N1:iU MlUtrlct.com. what"or. In May 1917, under Dear father and Mothei: Indorsing the action of tho Fiscal court- - the ui oction of the Christian I ree'd your letter of Nov. 26 every ono of 'us' arc held in tho hmmI of KoekiMstU-- anil I.aint-calling off the election. Sund.iv School Association, a todav and was alad to "ret it and service for the next .two years, Court in t -. siili I'i'itu tin- - notion 01 nil.. . -. We understood the law with or mat. elertlnn on Contiio Roll hearth'it a' I of yon had gotten aitno tnerrs no llkelilicoil Cradle Lean ji.irtyatlN primary I have never hud a leave or fur- reference to state aid being pro Week v. is observed for the pur- well agiin. I didn't know that inter- pose of emphasizing the Chris- uncle D.5ck had had so much lough since was tit home, which cured for other roads than During the last year there has tian LUUU,JI otul roads, and no ail pfmrW tnlil mn is a vear aeo tomorrow. None of mirtuie of babies. This led ti,.,i, iimi' been a faUinir of in the attend. to ihou ands .of babies being en about him spraining his knee but! our companylnve been able to get' Could bo procured from tho state " constructing these iincc upon almost every Sunday rolled in Cradle Roll members of d.ctn't know it was anything very one until a few weeks, ago a few School in Kentucky. Of course, the S.niday Schools of the United I believe r'a?9' and ",ese rojld be n.B iard off got a seven days pass went Christmas serious would have there 'were reasons for this. States, and thousands of mothers quietly hero and I behove about that most of us will bo able to surface roads, bccn of n0 vuie to us to vote a 20 had been railed I arge numbers and fathers became interested in allot us enjoyed it well, consid- - got 0110 before long if nothing r0ud tax, and cut down tho gen- nwav from home because of the the church life. This led to the ering the fact that all of us are a happens. I suppo.se you have oral road fund levy, nud feeling war; many others were so inter-este- d observance of Children's Week in 'oodwav from home and more seen accounts of tlio leave areas, .Mac 1110 peopio were not uiunnuu to incroaso thoir tax the present in war measures that they I9I8. Tlio success of the study than half for the first time 011 etc , in the .papers, I hear they neglected the regular work of of childhood during that week Christinas. There was no work, have some fino places. I had year, the promise that had been made tho voters could not have Now that we Rnniliiv School and the bringing together of par- on Christinas day. except tho a copy of the' Pathfinder from been carried out without an inthe new year have entered upon ents and touchers in the Sunday cooks, etc, and they certainly j Lizzie a few days ago dated Nov. crease in tax rate. Under these efforts must bo made tho carrying ol schools did hump themselyes. The old 2a She has' Aerie quite a number circumstance, Schools acd public not only to bring our Sunday brought whole communities to mess kit vas heaping full for of them from, time to time and I this election would not have he'pd us ard only Incurred th Schools back totheir normal con ItiunkuifroUkc-riLual-nMlJilhjJnuetiilnk they nlL.finalJv. strolled In Jund-LT. "" "Pfi?rn pn P'pfY. Jt. .- hi. SJiUP .soma ..Ti, Vl 'JI, ri.fi" i'i jSZtZ.,, ditihti but to'TndviorwarttT'' J.i. t i,ill II1V '...'i.:..... DUCKUl. ritttrStto VUM. miui; mum jwun paers. "f neiiov.e, nowever, ttie U 1111U All I tUIKCV. Ullliv lil UlUir CU1IU1UII. t.. HHUrlL 1UIUI . . . April will be observed all over esting program for tho week has all wo could eat. potatoes, rice, than any of ;the others. I sup Fiscal Court will make every en tho state as Visitation Day. Plans been prepared and can be secured peas, pickles, biscuits and dough-nut- s, pose y,ou got my letter telling deavor within their power to im prove the county rpads and help are being made in large numbers from the Kentucky Sunday School and I dont think a single you that I feceivad the box, if, complete the roads now under to of communities and it is hoped Association. one of us could have eaten more. nut I got it O. K and was glad construction . that these plans will extend to May 4th will be Kentucky'sOo. Tho Y. M. C. A. and Red Cross to get it. ..Every bit of it was in M. Pennington. the entire state to visit every Day. It should also distributed tobacco, cigaretts, good slnpo and the candy went THK BEST LAXATIVE. home linding the church and be a "Victory Drive"" this year. candy, etc to everybody and made fine too. Iibavcnt written to "My sedentary habits have Sunday School preferences, giv- The Kentucky Sunday School As- it seem to a certain degrap like grandmother yet, but will soon ing invitations, in the name of all sociation originated this day in Christmas. The boys with our you can , tell;, .Tier that I got the necessitated the use of an occasional laxltive Ibavo tried many Sunday Schools in the communi-- t ear forty thou section of the office went' to town socks, arid ""will write' her soon" but found nothing better than 1914. and in ono become members of some es, to sand now pupils were added to for supper Xmas Eye, and I en I have never been to Lodge. Sunday School For particulars the Sunday Schools of the state. joyed the evening fino. There There area lot of members in Chamberlain's Tablets," writes write to tlio Kentucky Sunday Great progress was made each were twenty two of us. ye.had our outfitiand I understand they George if. Daniels, HardwiCk, Vt Mr. Daniels js proprietor of School Association, 712 Louisville year until 9 18, when Hveciuse of our pictures taken, in a group are to haye a social meeting Building, Louisville, Trust and I guess I'll vo the Hard wick Inn, one of the war conditions HheAe wis a fall- - and I will 'send you one as soon 1o-- k England. mh hear from you of- model hotels of ing olTin the attendance att Sun.as they are finished. I work in 2" to May 4 1919 will be day Schools all over tho United the section of the office where the ten and,1f there is anything you April Children's Week. This will bo States. This year the call is made records of the Aviators are kept. want mo to toll you about ask mo Campaign to to every Sunday School In tho have been there for about sx As tho things' 'around me have a Continent-Wid- e loburv tie v to-lio- FERTILIZER have a Car of High Grade Fertilizeron the I I -- Road This Fertilizer is 16 perccst Acid Phosphate I will sell strictly for cash. No nqtcs taken, Buy for cash and save tho difference. taken from the car $30 per ton. If not If taken until unloaded $31 per ton. If interested notify me nnd I will let you know when car arrives so you can got from ear if desired. 8 LEE CHANDLER NP J ide ..... w. a. Mckenzie MT. VERNON, KY. I 1 f I 1 ' i 1 Mrl v.v.-.- u -.i ..-i r- - I ir a ...JEoxt Produce E gs try H es .1 WE WANT YOUR I ... i cl Furs,Kinds of Country Feathers And All Produce WILL PAY CASH I I W R Gott& Co MX. VERNON, KY. Tues-daylig- Kon-tuclc- y. alohlet 7J3Hiiarsn C.ASTO.S1A ASTO.BIA 6ASTOBIA oa FtfTCHEirs Cry OMaven Oiv "" rtfk Fletcher's To The Mr Potato Growers of ROckcststle County 1 t, . . i s- - w paid at Livingston? will tell you on car Northern SEED POTATOES, from St Paul, Minn. .for the a A. Blanford, Agenthave just L& N. R. R. Co. that $268.83 freight I bought this Car of Seed Potatoes, so that the farmers could plant new seed this year, and grow more potatoes, and better potatoes. Have eight different varieties for you to select from, all Government inspected, and they are, the best you ever saw. The price is very reasonable, and it will pay you to plant new seed this year. When you wanb feed for your stock' don't forget I have a complete line. . : I- - Feed the Stock and the People MT. VERNON Phone 65 J.W.RIDER TV4 4 4. 4 4 4SfTTV4 4 4 -- VT : LIVINGSTON Phone 33 ,- - . it wtoymp& ........ 1.M..M XI XI flKfoAt. Coffey, Coffey, MfrA-y- . Hlatt Hlatt . M 1 A. XI 1 14, 1919. J. ,' l7.'iwCpii'mTii,',..i,li XI XI 1. .iiK.'it.. . 1 iTiaajfrii DOC TAC TI10 following is LIST the listot thoso persons residing in Rockcafitlo, who have received dog tags for tlio year 19195 Name niul Adijress .XI Thus. Hood, Cookshurg ...XI A. (J. Crlilcr, Illatt ...XI H. II. ColTey, Wiilllf (Miiirltv HnHiui t Wrtmit ..M II. II. Ward. Wlldlo ...... ...M W. 0. Proctor, Mt. Vernon, .. ..M M W. W. Coffey. Wlldlo XI J. T. Dooley. Goothlund XI .1. II. Ituniott, Ottnvvi ...........M J. M. Bvuns, Orlando M C. C. IIhji'h, Wildie, M Fugct Amlcrkcii. Wlldlo, ,. F W. C. VIcnrK. Uockford, F Orn Ylciirs. Uockford .....F .1. .1. Ilullon, Rockford It. L. Aiiglln, llcwkford Ed Smith, Hlnlt ...M Hayes Clurfc, Wlldle ...31 W. O. Nicely, Livingston, r.. II. Drown, Ottawa, .... ...XI ...XI Livingston G. D. Cook, M Intucs Haker. Wlldle, ... M C. A. McCollum, Conwny, M .1. M. (Irlfiln, Cooksburg M V. II. Saylor, Illatt M ... .1. II. Slovens, Ottnwn, ..... M .!( Ilullon, Rockford M H. III1I. Conway, M J. W. McCollum, Ilinkfonl, M llowmnli. Hrodheud II. M .... T. .1. Huyes, Conway, M . W. B. Webb, Johnctta .......M Hluier Dowi'U, Mt. Vernon, M Henry Shell. Onuley M C I,. Lovell, Ilnrr, . .......XI C. I Lovell. Ilnrr. XI John Siguion, llroillieiul ......XI Dim West, Ilrixllicml M ... .Iih' Wilson, .lolinettii M Sherd Overby. Johnettn M W. F. Delioril, ,ovol (Ircfii XI .. Geo. Cut HIT, Dlxputmitn .......XI W. T. Glblsms. Quiill J.I Dan .Elder, unit XI J. I.. Wyiin, Conway M lti.hr. ONonl. Level Green. SI . YV. E. W.vnn. Conway, ...... . I (- I It. Uowlett, Dlsputuutu, ,..XI Walter llurnnm, Mow, XI (!. A. Mullock, Mt. Vernon, ,...XI Pros. Frollck. Xlt. Vernon, . F 1). W. Chappell, Conwny ,...XI V. Chnppcll, Conwny, . ....XI .1. 1'. Alllbon, Conway ..M .1. II. Wolf, Disputanta, .1. .1. lleuty, Dlnputnnta, ,..XI It. .1. Aimer, Disputanta, J. W. linker, Crab Orchard, It. 3.M .....XI .I0I111 II. Childress, Withers, .XI Martha Xliilllns, Withers, ....... .....XI Tones Cheney, Moss .....XI It. A. Wild. Climax .....XI Arch Hayes, Urodhead ....XI Arch Allen, Guuley .....XI .1. C. Allen. Guuley .....M Disputanta Itoh Shearer, I. W.Shcurer, Disputanta ..... Wallace Lnswell, Orlando ....... -- ...XI Dllhird Grirtlth. Wlldlc ..M . tolinl 8wlney..,Bloss. - . ,..XI Jolufi XlcClure, Won John llrock. Illntt . Italic KlL'inon. Illatt - ...Xl Thos. Howler. Orlando .XI I. Oentry, Xlt. Vernon F A. U Lawrence, Level Green .....M J. W Owens, Urodhead ..... .....M ("has, Hurst, Hrodheud .... F ("has. Hurst, Hrodhcart .....M Leon Houk, SInretburg ,.XI H. J. l'oynter, Pinto ...M W. A. Hlatt, Illatt ,..M Sulphur .Mat Hosklns, G,tim ...XI W. I.. Langford, Orlando . runner Helton, Wlldlc .......... ...M ...XI W. It. Coffey, Wlhlle .. ....F W. It. Coffey, Wlhlle ...XI Jiim. Hurdett, Wildie ...XI W. F. linker, Mt. Vernon ...M Iluler Slullins, Withers ..XI Addle Coffey, Wlhlle ...M Mrs. Thenl Parsons, Wlldlc ....F Wlldlc . Tlicrd Parsons, ...XI Henry O'Noul. Cedarvllle ....XI 1). II. Mnrrcll, Ottawa ...M K. W. linker, Disputanta ...XI Milt Taylor, Mt. Vernon ....XI W. XI. l'oynter, XH. Vernoti ...XI C. Pnyntcr, Jit. Vernon ,...M Geo. Childress. Johnettn . ,...M J. II. Liunnert. Iloono ,...M Jns. Saylor, Conway ,...M Jus. Saylor, Conway XI Lognn Owens, Hurr F Dr. L. ChPMitit, Xlt. Vernon ..... ,.M W. C. Thonmhon, Ilurr ,...M Jacob Jones. Conway . ,...XI V. Catron, WHdle ....XI Allen Catron, Wlldlc ,...M J. W. ltencr, Xlt. Vernon .. . ...F S. K. llowman, Xlt. Vernou M Grant Hanks, Mt. Vernon ....M Jns. Madden, Hurr ....XI Tnblthn Illatt, Mt. Vernon Snllie Ilolwrts, Gum Hulplvur .... .M ..M A. Ij. ltark, Urodhead . ...F . A. L. Ilurk, IlnHlliond . J. .Monte Huberts, Urodhead . ,.M ,.M Sum Stcwurt, Orlundo .. ...M It. A. Jones, Illatt ....... . ,..M ....... It. V. Earlv. Illatt ...XI J. J. Holeman, Illatt ..... ...XI A. S. Owens. Orlando ... .M H. 8. Cox, Urodhead M Thos. Cox, Urodhead . ...M J. K. Cox, Urodhead ,...-- .. ...XI W. L. Proctor, Mt. Vernou . W. h. I'roctor, Mt. Vernon, J. 8. Howe, Xlt. Vernon ...M -- . J. II. Iteams, Conway r lifniiRev. llrmllieuil .T ..M .SI J. H. Hullotk, Level Green ,.M J. A. Illatt, Xlt. Vernon ,.M Alliert Allen, Cookshurtt . ..XI IV II. Hnvlor. Urodhead Mrs. Fred Krueger. Mt. Vernon,..M ,.M J. O. Ileker, Mt. Vernon .... John. IXh's, Dlsputuuta ............ ,.M Wm. N(H, Crab Orchard No. ., ,.M ,.M I). W. Grulib. IMno Hilt ...- -. ..XI Arch Albright, Urodhead mM Walter Drew, Ilurr . ,.M . Bam llryant, Orlando . ..XI . Thos. Klrby, Mt. Vernon ..M W1I1U Klrby, Mt. Vernon ..XI J. W. I'roctor, Urodhead ..M W. E. Groves, Livingston ... ..XI John Shlvel, Illatt . ...F . Ixe Ileyuolds, Livingston ..M W. T. Auiyx, Livingston ..M A. O. Ilartlett, Mt. Vernon..v W. J. Sparks, Mt. Vernon.... ..M F I). XI. Calllhau, Conway . -- M D. W. Calllhau, Conway ..M A. J. Calllhau, Conway ..M Mut Howard, Conway ..M W. XI. McIIargue, I'lue Hill M Sum Maharg, Illatt M ..Clifford I'ltmau, I'lno Hill I ...-- XI li. W. YI1IIIV, WOHS, :3i ....XI ,M J.C .....- . I. . . XI ....... ..... .. -..- -.-. . .... .. J. 0. Edgar Tyree, W. Farrls, K. W11 vi . Llnvllle. -O. M. Wilson, Johuetta ...-.- . C. Houk, Marcthurg J, H. Winkler, Maretburg . Annie Muuuen, lsurr Jan. Wlustead, Wabd W. 0. Capixi, Illatt . E. li. Ilrowu, Wlllalla J. M. Wallace, Quail . Hugh W. II. Llnvllle, ilvil Ottawa Ottawa Itpckfonl Uockford . M .XI -- M ..M ..M XI M XI XI XI XI Green ......., Jouan Dcbord, ..M W. 0. Brown, Ottawa G. M. Oweii9, XlnrclburR -- XI ....F G. XI. Owens, Mnrothurg . .XI II. W. Green, Gum Sulphur Conwny -... . ...XI John Howard, ..F Chns. Shafcr, II rod head Geo. McClurc, nioss .................. ...XI Green Noe. Splro ............... ...XI ..... ...XI John Dooley, Wlhlle . John Dooley, Wlldlo 1). It. Ilnmbo, Livingston ..XI John Uromer, Cednrvnie ........... XI W. D. Llvesny, Xlt Vernon ....... XI XI Other Haker, Ceilarvllle ,.XI Ituhen Klrby, Xlt. Vernon ..XI XI. C. Saylor, Mt Vernou XI Wndu Hunt Maretburg ..XI G. It. Sams, Maretburg . ..F William Sams, Maretburg ... J. M. Crawford, Urodhead ... ., ..XI ...F J. XI. Crawford, Urodhead ..XI A. L. Owens, Ilurr . ..XI S. llrnnnmnn, Wlhlle T. ..XI K. J. Ilrown, Ottnwn ..XI XI. L. Jennings, Cookshurg XI. U Jeiinlugs, Cooksburg ...F Eugene Itlpert, Orlando ........... ..XI J. XI. Creech. Johnctta ................ ..XI Gmnvlllc Jennings, Cooksburg ... M ...M XI. B. Scott. Cooksburg W. I). Aimer, Johnctta - ..XI ..XI Geo. Lovlll, Ilurr John Cox, Urodhead . ............ ..XI Chester Brown, Bromo .........A. ..XI ..XI XIcGuliv, Cooksburg Xlunn Itallluger, Johnettn .....-- ., ..XI ...F .In lues Auglln, Johnctta ..XI llert XItH"ce, Level Green ..XI Geo. Hull. Cedarvllle ..XI A. J. XlcXIulltns, Ilromo ...F A. J. XlcXIulllns, Ilromo ..XI It. S. Graves, Xlt Vernon . ..M It. F. Uowlett, Dlsputauta Tom Cronchcr, Dlsputauta ........ ..XI Abe Anglln, GoK'htaud ................ ..XI C. It. Scott. Cooksburg L. XI. Davidson, Cooksburg ...... ..XI Henry Davidson, Cooksburg ........ :.xi ..XI .1. It. Itallluger, Johnctta , Frank Cronchcr, Dlsputuuta .. ..XI ..XI ItolxTt Cronchcr, Dlsputauta ..XI G. W. Denny, l'lno Hill ..XI C. It. rayne, Xlt Vernon ..XI E. Halllnger, Wlhlle J. F. Xlulllns, Xlt. Vernou .......... ,.XI J. 11. Unwind, Crab Orchunl . .XI ..F J. F. Llvesny, Walsl -- . ..F W. I). Owens, Splro ..F Whltaker, Xlt Vernon Jim C-- H. York. Wlhlle Hiiry Miuk, Wlhlle ..F John Mink, Wlhlle ,- F 'ft. fl'fgnv,., Mi rjixuim ....XI II. D. llloomer, Walsl ....... M Mary 8. Debord, Urodhead XI Sarah Itowe, Mt. Vernon XI G. C. Cromer, Moss ........ XI Lear, Illatt ..- -. ., Jess XI l. D. Itamsey, Xlt Vernon XI Nick Chasteen, Dlsputauta XI I'al Ktdwell. Urodhead .... ......XI J. W. Dodd, Uockford .... XI J. II. Itlchmond, Urodhead M C. C. Rentier, Moss C. O. Horn, Moss F M W. A. Mink, Xlt Vernon W. A. Mink, Mt Vernon p W. L. Itenner. Pine Hill i...fi W. C. Ilurdette, Wlldle M XI Geo. Hnrmond, Dudley M J. E. Singleton, Illatt XI Tom West, Pine Hill M J. E. Craig, Quail M W. D. Cummins, uall M Alvln Carpenter, Illatt XI ., Itelieccn Leecc, Orlando XL Xxank Lcger. Hint M Walter Fuget, Hlatt M Hour' Malmffey, Livingston E. F. Gentry, Splro F XI E. F. Gentry, Splro M W. II. Gentry, Splro W. II. Gentry, Splro F .....,:...F Stevens, Uockford J. F. ..... F Mnrtha Skeeler, Ilurr ......XI Xlodc Horn, Quail . ...... XI John Horn, uall ........................ F John Horn, Quail ........................ M W. It. Cable, Splro ,.....F W. II. Cubic, Splro ......XI It. C. Williams, Ottawa XI Chas, Williams, Ottawa XI Hob Horn, Ottawa ......... ....... XI Geo. Albright, Ottawa John Ilrown, Level Green ...... F XI Jas. Doau, Cedarvllle XI P. II. Hurdett, Wild!? O. A. Gentry, Ottawa ....XI XI D. It. ('entry, Wlllallla ......XI D. It. Gentry, Wlllullla XI O. F. Horn, Urodhead ......XI Tom Mink, Wlldlc XI Z. Emcrlck, Hrodheud . ....... XI Jim Slink, Xlt Vernon . XI Sidney 81ms, Conwty ......XI Zueh York. Wlhlle XI XI. D. Anglln, Wlldle F J. J. Harnett, Wlhlle .V Minnie Harnett Wlldlc XI W. M. Cummins, Wlldle XI Lucy Cummins. Wlldlo ............ M J. II. Cress, Mt. Vernon ............ M J. A. XIcLemore, Mt Vernon M Millie E. Hatcher, Mt Vernon XI O. L. Hatcher, Level Green M Giles Shell. Level Green XI J. XI. Bullock, Xlt. Vernon XI J. A. Hasty, Ottawa ................ Milt Mulllns, Orlando ......M W. A. Coffey, Wlldle .....,XI W. A. Coffey, Wlldle . F Henry Purkert-011- , M . Illatt M Grace Hysinger, Illatt ............ John XIcCrucLen, Goochland .. XI XI Eflle McCrneken, Goochland .. XI Tom McCrackeu, Johnettn ...... XI Ed McCrucken, Johuetta Funny Hush. Xlt Vernon ........ M ......XI Ed Brown, Level Green XI Doau, Hlatt J. II. W. W. Cable, Splro M XI Leila Cubic, Splro .................... XI XIark Morris, Withers .............. XI II. L. Chasteen, Johuetta ...... B. L. Chasteen, Johnctta ....... . F J. A, XIcKlnney, Splro .............. XI Eskcr Dclany, Brodliead ........ XI XI Hobt Dyer, Cediirvllle XI Chas. Leur, Hlatt Sim Denny, Ottawa ........... 51 .. J. II. Barnes, Xlt Vernon ........ M Jones Stevens, Level Green . M XI J. W. Xloore, Hlatt Geo. Wlnsteud, Mt Vernou .. M D. G. Clark, Orlando XI M J. J. Nichols, Sit Vernon John Bayers, Brodliead .......... M XI II. O, (Tpomcr, Cedarvlllo ........ Fauny Itowe, Mt Vernon ........ M Mil Mulllns, Mt. Vernon ...... M U. It. Martin, Brodliead M XI Mrs. Lou Martin, Urodhead . Jarvls Gravely, Brodliead M G, 0. Lawrence, Brodliead F M Itussell Nicely, Xlt Vernou XI Jones Simpson, Dlsputauta XI W. T. Mulllns, Conway Clark, Climax . .... M Arthur Oliver Clark, Climax M J, J. Hamilton, Uockford . M ..XI Henry Ilucker, Boone ...... M J. M. Cox, Goochland -. WI11U Chusteeu, Dlsputauta M Logan Itenner, Cedarvlllo ., M E. It. Houston, Brodliead . M .... M II. 8. Coffey, Wlldle Mary E. Coffey. Wlldle M XI J. II. Coffey, Wlldle W. O. Payne, Burr M M J. L. Adams, Illatt Z. H. Hall, Urodhead M Henry Harrison, Urodhead .. M XI Creech, Orlando I Will SI Uriah Drew, Orlando M J. V. Adams, Hlatt M Arthur Adams, Illatt Icl ........., ., .- ...... Ix-s- s il J Susie Taylor, Brodliead . XI Jesse Ileyuolds, Brodliead XI W. II. Iteynohls, Hnslheiid ......XI .1. J. Smith, Urodhead XI A. V. Smith, Brodliead XI Mrs. It. J. Itash, Mt Vernon .. F Sam Burnett Xlt Vernon . XI Ollle Klrby, Pine Hill XI Tom Parsons, Wlldlc ................ F Tom Parsons, Wlldlo ............... XI Minnie Parsons, Wlhlle ............. F Minnie Parsons, Wlldlc . XI A. J. XIcKlnney, Splro J. W. Parsons, Xlt Vernon ....... XI F G. XI. Blgmon, Wlldlo Nancy A. Owens, Orlando ....... XI Albert A. Grlfllu, Piuu Hill ... XI XI Ilobt. Pnrrctt, Pine Hilt XI O. C. Fish, Xlt Vernon F J. W. Xloore, Mt. Vernon XI A. J. Burk, Goochland Woodrow Itlddle, Urodhead ...........XI XI W. C. 1'orctt, Orlando XI Burgess Hysinger, Xlt Vernou Lee Xlulllns, Xlt. Vernon ......... XI XI Willie Saylor, Conway F Willie Suylor, Conwny XI XI. Wilson, Johnctta 0. M W. XL Sparks, Conway ......... XI Bill Thomas, Conwny .. ........ F Mil Thomas, Conway Martha Jones, Goochland ...... ,.....XI M J. J. Drew, Cooksburg . XI G. S. Llvesny, Wabd M D. 1). Gray, Orlando XI J. C. Xllrnclc, Couwny XI .. ColTey, Conwuy . Denny M ...... Simp King, Johnctta . XI Phil Currier, Livingston . M John Thomas, Cooksburg ...... XI Hill Cotton, Livingston M I). W. Hammonds, Xlt. Vernon XI Andy Wren, Boone ...... ........ XI G. W. l'oynter, Boone . F B. B. Beldon, Conwny ..... F Geo. Bulllns, Conwny . XI ...... Hensley, Orlando John F Geo. Alexander, Wildie ......... F K. J. Smith, Hlatt XI Alph Deun, Illatt XI Harry Berry, Illatt F Tom Lear, Hlatt XI .. A. L. Bray, Wabd . F Thco. milliard, Cedarvllle XI Al Bullock, Moss XI Kulip Brown, Ottawa ............... XI Flem l'nrrett, Orlando ......... XI Chas. PJillIlps,. Wildie . G, W. Grlfllu,.. WHdle ........,., .7.. L. Llvesay, Mt. Vernon XI F J. It. Evans,' Livingston . , . John Burdctto, Wlldle .Mottle Burdette Wlldle 'John E. B. Black, Orlundo It. S. Shhcl, Brodliead James XlcIIargue, Pine Hill ... Lee Xlerdls, Pine Hill Z. U. Sutton, Ottawa AMdrew Miller, Withers Conley Hale, Goochland ......... J. J. Purcell, Xlt. Vernon Joe Taylor, Hlatt O. H. Griffin, Urodhead S. F. Itucker, Mt Vernon G. C. Hayes, Mt Vernon N. J. Miracle, Conwny . .......... D. Northern, Iloouc . Nufh Bond, Guuley Arthur Franklin, Wlldle Itlchard Uranaraan, Wlldle .. W. 8. Branaraan, Wlldle W. 8. Branaman, Wildie . G. E. Alexander, Wlldle .. J. F. Johnson, Dudley Xlllford Johnson, Dudley . Will nelton", Splro-Wash Helton, Splro J. S. Helton, Splro Clevc Simpson, Splro Alliert Owens, Splro .... .... W. M. Durham, Johuetta ... Loon Durham, Johuetta . ..... ... J. It. Beams, Dudley Jas. Iteams, Dudley ........... S. T. Beams, Dudley Joe Reams, Dudley ............. Joe Iteams, Dudley ...... . .... W. P. Forth, Dudley O. G. Proctor, Ottawa O. G. Proctor, Ottawa Chas. Sowdcr, Ottawa ....- R. L. Smith, Hlatt II. L. Alcorn, Hlatt Henry Huff, Conway Jas. i'lukcrton, Xlt Vernon ..... A. W. Barnes, Xlt Vernon F. A. Hurdett, Xlt. Vernon Sum Powell. Conwny ............ Caspar Todd, Level Green Estell Cromer, Bios s ........... Estelle Cromer, Moss . ........ Ed Tnekett, Mt. Vernon John Debord, Cedarvllle .......... W. II. Chasteen, Xlt Vernon .... W. L. Ashbiirn, Brodliead ...... Jerry Brock, Xlt Vernon Wm. Bryant. Brodliead ......... J. T. Osborne, Brodliead ...... Nath Brummctt, Brodliead ..... John XlcIIurgue, Pine Hill G. W. Detherldge, Xlt Vernon Wllburn Hale, Goochland ..... Wtlhurn Hale, Goochland ........ W. N. Richmond, Uockford J. It. Richmond, Rockford Klrby, Level Green . II. D. B. Baron, Mt Vernon Henry Huron, Mt. Vernon ..... Ben Childcrs, Piute Sylvan Hordes, Goochland .... G. F. Bordcs, Goochland ... G. B. Black, Goochland W. A. Xlulllns, Johuetta ...... Ed Barnes, Burr . Henry Buron, Xlt. Vernon .... ... James XInson, Livingston W. XI. Forester, Livingston . C. Blair, Boone . . J. J. W. Blair, Boonu W. T. Hicks, Wildie W. T. Hicks, Wildie A. J. Gill, Conwny.. W. C. Baker, Wlldlt Murlon Forsythe, Climax .. W. D. Forsythe, Climax Henry XIcFerron, Mt. Vernon John XIcFerron, Xlt Vernon Sinnlo XIcFerron, Xlt Vernou 0. N. Cupps, Splro ................ Jas. W. Cromer, Livingston ... Jus. W. Cromer, Livingston .. A. D. Klrby, Livingston K. J. Owens, uall .................. A. L. Owens. Quail ...... 0. J. Lovell, Burr Carson Lee, Brodliead ........... W. II. Cress, uall J. E. Cuniuilus, Ottawa ...... Mrs. Alice Davis, Xlt. Vernou B. T. Lltesuy, Maretburg ... Homer Llvesay, Maretburg ..... Marlou Slink, Maretburg ..... II. R. Pase, Guuley . O. B. Cox, Xlt Vernon Jtobt Hasty, Mt. Vernou W. B. Shepherd, Gauley Lee Coffey, Brodliead ......... JesseCoffey, Brodliead .. Henry Woodall, Brodliead .. W.-I- I. Itlddle, Conwey . W. O, Itlddle, Conway Elisabeth Slink. Wlldlo Duvld Mink, Wlldle ..,.. ,,,, G. A. Chaney, Moss ... Pattln Harris, Urodhead J. W, Hoskins, Crab Orchard Mobdy, Mt Vernon . Robt. Ilobt. Xlosely, Mt Vernou O. H. Ponder, Crab Orchard Carlo Baylor, Crab Orchard .. Beve Thomas, Xlt Vernon . Will Orlffln. Cooksburg J. H, Laswell, Ottawa It. T. Laswell, Ottawa J. U llullen, Wlldlo Vlra Hulleu, Wlldle T. N. BaL XockXotd Will. Mnck..Cookj4urK ...XI F XI ...XI ...M ..F ...XI ...XI ...XI ...XI ...XI ...XI -.- SI M .M ...M .M ...M M .F .F Arthur Hunt Hlatt WVJ. Llpton; Conway .- - ..F .M i M. $S3M!M. , ycmjM; XI 1 Bunihara, Illatt F I.ognn Wnrdlow, Couwny . ........XI 1 . F XI 1 11. 11. wnrdlow, Conwny XI XI 1 T. B. Lear, Xlt Vernon ...XI F. P. Klrby, Xlt Vernon F 1 RciiIk'U Noe, Johnettn XI XI 1 Kin Ash, Johnettn C. A. XIcFerron, Xlt Vernon . XI XI 1 Res Ash, Johnettn W. A. Owens, Burr . ......XI Bob Owens, Burr .....XI 1 Jones French, Guuley XI David Hysinger, Xlt. Vernon . M 1 Jones French, Gauley F .XI 1 It. II. Lewis, Wlldlo ..: Roscoe Hysinger, Xlt Vernon XI .1. A. Brown, Splro . 1 Alio Isaacs, Wlldlo XI .......i.XI XI 1 W. S. Stewart. Wlldlc .... Dcd Harper, Splro . ....... XI 1 O. Stewart, Wildie II. P. Davis, Ottawa ...XI XI 1 Will Ingram, R. S. Taylor, Quail Livingston ...XI XI 1 Henry Xlulllns, Wlhlle W. XI. Brown, Splro ...XI XI 1 Jas. Bishop. Wlldle W. A. Owens, Quail ..I XI 1 John French, Wlldle Ben Albright Quoll ...XI XI llGeo. Adams, Mt. Vernou Bill Lowry, Brodliead .F XI l'.Tohn Smith, Cooksburg ... Sam Lowry, Brodhend ...XI XI 1 Tom Rowe, Xlt, Vernon XI Tom S. Reynolds. Wlldle ... XI 1 P. XI. Paget, Brodhead Peter Tnylor, Johnctta ..... ...XI XI 1 Martha Adams, Brodhend .......... ...XI Frank Baker, 'Johnctta XI 1 Finn Adams, Brodhead ............. ...XI I'. II. Bobbins, Brodliead XI 1 W. P. Klnccr, Brodhend . B. T. Young, Urodhead ,..F XI 1 W. P. Klnccr, Brodhead W. D. Payne, Xlt Vernon ...XI XI 1 Albert Klnccr, Brodhend ......... ...XI J. XI. Parsons, Wlldlc XI 1 Elhis Marsh, Brodhead ....... I XI. Bowling. Brodliead .....F 1 Tip Ilurd, Xlt. Vernon . Henry Klrby, Xlt Vernon ...XI Charley Klrby. Burr .XI 1 Jnp Owens, Orlando . ...... ... ...XI 1 John XlcCorscn, Dudley ... Tom Weaver, Cooksburg ..... ...XI James Weaer, Cooksburg ......X1 1 O. C. Gibson, Orlundo . ..... ...XI A. J. Haggard. Brodliead 1 Hiram Gibson, Orlundo ...XI Willis Bustle, Brodhend , Jtf 1 W. XI. Griffin, Wlldle ...XI M 1 Ben Metcnlf, Wlldlc . Morris Vaughn, Brodliead ...XI XI 1 Ben Xlorgnn, Wlhlle Jack Abney, Orlando ...M XI 1 Jones Isaacs, Wlldle Doc Baumon, Orlando ...... ...XI Doc Baumon, Orlando ...XI .....XI 1 Dr. W. A. Jones. Wildie XI 1 Jnck Phillips, Wildie .....I Joe Dolloy, Wildie XI 1 Cooper Sowder, Xlt Vernon ..........XI . Geo. Bernes, Xlt Vernon M 1 Nancy Bullen, Rockford Charley Banks Crab Orchard ...XI M 1 Lee Bullen, Rockford ....... .:.... ...XI Shelby Banks, Crab Orchard XI 1 W. C. Vnlse, Rockford Crab" Orchard ...M Everett Peters, XI 1 J. Burton, Otawn . Ed Brummctt, Urodhead . ...F M 1 Jnne Thomns, Orlando Connelly Smith, Gum Sulphur ...M XI 1 S. D. Kldwell, Conwny .....M Jones Brown. Xlt Vernon . .:. ...M XI 1 Elmer Wllmot Brodhead It. H. XIcKlnney, Mt Vernon ...St It. II. XIcKlnney. Mt Vernon F 1 Ed Wllmot, Conway ..... ...XI Sherman XIcKlnney, Mf. Vernon..M 1 Jnnies Slorgan, Conway . Vernon ..F 1 W. A. Stevens, Rockford Sherman XIcKlnney, ...F XI 1 J. P. Price, Xlt Vernon ...M Wnde HysliiKer, Xlt Vernon . XI 1 G. II. Price, Xlt Vernon Alle Stepp, Urodhead -- SI XI 1 J. B. Price, Xlt Vernon .....:. ...XI Geo. Bishop, Brodhead M 1 Luthre Bowman, Orlando ...JI J. G. B. Smith, Xlt Vernon M 1 Ann Xlorgan, Gum Sulphur .....I C. T. Slgmon, Xlt Vernon .. M 1 Flora Shcnrcr, Johnettn ...XI T. J. Graves, Xlt Vernon XI 1 Jesse Wnldcn, Brodliead ......... ...XI Jack B. Lewis. Mt Vernon XI 1 Picas Singleton, Orlando ........... ...XI W. A. XIcKenzie, Mt Vernou ...XI Noah Bishop, Brodliead ............XI 1 O. W. Frederick, Brodhead .XI 1 .tuHmiOriptn. .sr Brodhencr Chester Hniicl, XI 1 Wllllo Bogus, Ottawa ...XI .1. T. MniVYnt Orlando XI 1 J. II. Debord, U rodheaji ...XI. ..,.,.. O. A. Hood, Mt. Vernon .7. ........XI Xlode "Debord, Uroifhead . Litr ciiesnm.0urr- :.. XI 1 W. II. Debord, Urodhead ...XI Lee Chesnut, Burr M 1 Sam Rolierts, Brodhead . ..... ...XI Dick Williams, Burr Southan Williams, Xlt Vernon ...XI 1 Geo. Hopkins, Brodhend ...si F 1 Chas. Spoonnmore, Brodhend .... ...M James Russell, Xlt Vernon . XI 1 Ernest Cummins, Withers ...... ...SI Allen Bishop, Brodhead XI 1 Robt. Spoonnmore, Brodhend ..... ...SI. Steve Gray, Orlando XI 1 Hert Xlulllns, Wltlieis Geo. Mulllns, Johnettn ...SI F 1 Lloyd Xlulllns, Withers ...SI Geo. Mulllns, Johnctta F 1 Ellen Hood, Xlt. Vernon Frederick, Xlt. Vernon ...SI Minnie xi 1 II. C. Hulleu, Rockford Grlfllu, Cooksburg F John xi 1 Nort Howard, Rurr W. S. Chesnut, Wlldle ...SI XI 1 Robt Uullen, Rockford ...SI Willie Brock, Brodhead . F 1 W. XI. Andcrkln, Rockford ...... ...XI John "Whltaker, Livingston .. .XI 1 Cecil Andcrkln, Rockford .......... ...XI Joe Rolierts, Xlt, Vernon XI 1 nenry Lawson, Wlldle .....F J. E. Reynolds, Wlldle XI 1 Jones Stevens, Level Green ........ .....F Jesse Proctor, Wlldle ., XI 1 Albert Griffin, Xlt Vernon . .?i. ...SI W. H. Fish, Wlldle M 1 C. C. Stton. Urodhead ...x. Mary Itenner, Livingston ...SI XI 1 Luther No cTu, Urodhead Lognn Itenner, Mt Vernon .... ...SI F 1 Hnrvc Bi Rowe, Xlt Vernon s ...XI 'Srodhend Bud 1L1 Johnny Vernon .... ...XI Mat Hall,- - Gauley. XI W..' M. Jones. Gauley v ifcrnon Lester Bcttle Owens, Ilromo . .. F. F. Hensley, Splro . ....... F. F. Hensley, Splro Snm Creech, Cooksburg .. G. B. Owens, Brodhend II. S. Ponder, Johnettn ..M ......XI ....F ....., .. Jit n -- "" -- in ..M .3 Fr WOV'Baitm,i '4mn F Geo. Marler,J W. A. FbIW Geo, Hlnw. L;,c nqtlifr?' fn a3rJj2SrV ariiiaf j Fai, 1 W-- Of I M-- Jnmes SI. Ilmisel, Sit. Vernon ,...M I . ..SI Howard Hell no, Ilristliond . . . )' I ..SI G. W. Itenner, Cedarvllle . Victor Hysinger, Sit. Vernon ......XI 1 Lewis Itenner, Cedarvllle .......... ..SI I Lucy linker, Onuley XI 1 ..XI Willie Smith, Cnlnnllle Jr.. Sit. Vernon ....!' 1 I Win. Arnold. W. II. I'Mi. Wlldle ...u r .F juimsey, .vii. vernou XI W. SI. SlnrrN, Wlldle . Geo. Itowumli, Cediirvllle .SI . ,..M Win. Arnold. Jr., Sit. Vernon . 31 1 Oma Howm.iu, Ceditrvlllo Geo. XI0011, Sit Vernon .............. ..SI .liiines Holioiuli, Pine Hill .......31 1 ,.XI Wlilt ollyd, Illntt Jnke Donn. Pino IT 11 M1 .SI Wllllo Singleton, Illntt . 31 J. A. Proctor, Pine Hill ,..M 1m ...... Eugene Aibi'ms, II . J. 31. Itobrrts, Cooksburg ...........31 1 ,.SI Garfield Simpson, Crab Orchard... Cliireniv Lay, Pine Hill ......SI 1 W. 1'. Pltiiiiin. rrlendshlti .SI XI I Ired Brnudley, XInietburg Alexander, Crab Orchard. ..XI ;r,li7iibeth Albright, Urodhead Arthur ..XI C. .A. Itlnnfoid, Livingston Nnt Wllmot, Crab Orchunl i ,.X1 B. L. Doyle. Crab Orchnrd Henry Turner, Pine Hill 31 1 ,.XI 31 1 James GntlilT. Climax .. John Slgmon, Wlldlo ,.XI E. II. Ilerrln, Quail Chns. King, Cllmn? 31 1 . ,..M W. B. XleNovv. Orlando 31 1 John Abhous, Climax . .XI W. A. Ilrown. .Mt. Vernon Pull Kelly. Climax 31 1 Ituy Clontz, Mt. Vernon .SI A. W. Norton, Cediirvllle 31 1 Homer XIcDowell, Cedarvllle ... .SI Homer Citriuluil. Sit. Vernon 31 1 111 W. C. Sowder, Xlt. Vernou .SI Dillle Cottengliu, Pine 31 I .SI Geo. Cottengliu, Pine Hill Sum XInson, Orlando .......... XI 1 .SI Wm. Nicely, Xlt Vernon . . 31 I J. XI. Cottenghn, Pine Hill .SI Win. Donn, Pine Hill 31 1 II., Hlgglus, Cooksburg Vlrg Hunt, Xlt. Vernon ............. .St Gravely Burton, Sit. Vernon . SI 1 ., .XI Joe Nevvcomb, Sit. Vernoi Joe ColTey. Wildie . SI 1 .XI E. II. Owens, Livingston Ilnrrlson Howies, Orlando SI 1 .XI Henry XInlllcnt, Orlando ....... Geo. Roberts, Sit Vernou ......31 1 .XI 31. C. Donn, Sit. Vernou . Xtnlllciit, Orlando . 31 1 John :xi Tom Bowles, Orlundo Nathan Donn, 3D. Vernon . ......SI 1 .XI J. W. SInrler, Sit. Vernon SI 1 James Smith. UrodN-m- l .XI '.iris Slullins, Mt Vernon Willie Sillier. Sit. Vernon XI 1 .XI XI. G. Sowder ,.vtt. Vernon C. L. Doau, Sit Vernon XI 1 SI. C. Burton, Sit. Vernon ......... .XI SI 1 J. J. Payne, Sit. Vernon Crochet O'Neal, Level Gieen .... .XI J. J. Payne, Sit. Vernou F1 .XI Slay L. Northern, Hrodheud .......31 1 , It. L. Fletcher. Xlt. Vernon .SI Xlt. Vernon ....... V1 Joe Cromer, Elnu'r Ilurk, Sit. Vernou .XI XI 1 Jim Mink. Livingston Will Sowder, Sit. Vernou .XI Cuspnr Mini;, Livingston XI 1 Hob Sowder, Xlt. Vernon .1. F. Smith, Hrodheud Lee Reynolds, Livingston ............ .XI XI 1 .SI W. A. Tyre, Brodhend Loyul Adams, Hroilheud F1 , W. A.' Tyre-..F Urodhead XI t Edith XIiMiie, .Brodhend .SI ,. L. Thompson, Hrodheud XI 1 J. C. Leeie, Cnili Orchnrd Gld Isom, Gum Sulphur ............ .SI 31 SI. Y. Klrby. Level Green .SI Mil It. Allen, Gum Sulphur ...31 I Iiu Cash, Cllmex Leece, Gum Sulphur .. .SI 31 1 Ornnvllle John linker, Iloono 31 1 Ewell Hiirton. Gum Sulphur .... .SI Odle Bird. Boone Henry King, Gum Sulphur .......... .SI SI 1 Glceu Hild, Boone .XI SI 1 T. E. Kldwell, Conwuy J. A. Sexton, Clininv .SI 31 1 I). L. Childless, Withers Noah Wnrdlow, Conwuy .SI Henry Lcgcnr, Couwny FI Slnttha Phillips. Cllmux .SI SI 1 John ITnrrls, Hroilhcnd C. A. Hhinsford, Livingston ..F SI 1 Leonard Harris. Hrodhcml . W. F. Lambert. Boone .SI W. S. Huggnril, Hrodhcml ...SI 1 J. It. Dodson, Wlldle .SI Skldmore, Hrodhc.id E. L. SI 1 Denny Dotson, Wlldle .SI SI 1 Chns. McClnre, Hrodheud . Sam Shearer, Disputanta . SI 1 Steve Hatcher, Hrodheud ......, .XI Hysinger, Sit. Vernon Jack .SI O. C. Clamle Hun it. Xlt Vernon .....:.3I 1 T. S. Purcell, :.".A 1 Sirs. J. F. Tne 'trndhcud ..... .SI Sit. Vernon .SI 1 din Owens, Brodhead JMgur.. Lrceiv-X- it Vernon. Jcnn"yLiriTsioiriir "i odhoiiU"..- - ,.F" John Elder. Brodhend 31 1 .SI SI 1 Homer Furrls, Ilroillicnil .. . Murtlin Helton. Ottawa .31 SI 1 P. L. Proctor, Illntt Bill Helton. Splro .31 Xlt. Vernon . SI 1 Johnny Jnrber, Hob Nicely, Livingston 31 I O. II. Debord, Level Gieen ..... .31 W. L. Dickersoii. Livingston 31 1 Burdette Brown, Level Green .... ..F W. H. Illco, Disputanta .31 A. W. Adnms, Quail SI 1 Charles Dees, DKputuntu .31 SI I Sherman Chusteeu, Bromo W. II. Graves, Livingston .31 XI I T B. Chandler, ltioiuo John ltice. Livingston .31 SI t Snm Sajeiv. Hrodheud J. W. SIcNulley, Dlsputuuta Sam Sujers. ltiodhead .F Major Gould, lllsputnula F1 .31 XI 1 Major Gould, Dlsputuuta J. T. Sowder. Sit. Vernon .31 XI 1 Vernon J. W. Sowder, Sit Jake Itaunny, Dlsputuuta .31 XI I Fred Hayes, Sit Vernon Willie Jones, Disputanta ...F XI 1 Fred Hnyes, Sit. Vernon Taylor Xlulllns, Johnettn ..SI XI 1 Joe Fletcher. Sit. Vernon R. It. Harmon. Xlt. Vernon XI I Joe Fletcher, Sit. Vernon . ... ...F Eugene Stokes, Xlt. Vernon ..SI SInndy Hasty, Sit. Vernon SI I J. It. Hush, Sit. Vornon August Kroger, Sit. Vernon . ...F Willie Hammond. Dlsputuuta . SI 1 Henry Trondwny, Sit. Vernon ... .31 .vi i W. It. Klgnion, wiimo .31 31 1 Nath Arnold, Hurr Ace Scars, Cllmnx ... ...F SIcKlnley Arnold, Hurr . ........XI 1 Aaron Paris, Climax ... .31 Arnold, Uurr .... ,. .31 I Geo. Tliuv Williams, Disputanta XI ,1 Ernest Arnold, Hurr ........ ..... ...SI Willie SIcGiilre. Climax Joe Norton, Vilnnlll Oscar Itlce, ('cdnrtlllc ,.F ,. i. 1 1 PI r 11 . 1 ' Sutton,-Brodliea- d ," . J. I -- ftfjPSsV. (dlicfld-.:- iGeavJCln-'..W'Mli'- - ... ;....XI ..M ...M ...XI ...M ...M .XI ...M F ....XI .M ...XI F ...XI .XI ...M .....M ..M .....XI XI .. ...M ....XI ...XI F .....XI XI ..M .....XI ...XI .....XI .....XI ..XI XI ..M F F .....XI .....XI .....M ...M a ........ -- .M ...M .....M .M .M .- ...M ...XI ...M .. F XI XI M F ...SI XI , -.- M .M .M M M M W. M. J. A. McKlnuey, Splro B. A. Riddle, Conway PercluL Burr , . M .M . . it. Vernon Thomas Phi D. XI. M jir Hobt Fletcher, Sit" Vernon Wade Bowi .XI Charley All J. A?" Stokes, Livingston .M Sanders Ha rimvJnijtonitiUXt 1 W. H. Owens, Wlllallla ...M W. B. Boura F"MtflIi&ifc2"&fcif Ora Barnett, Brodhead TSfM"i 1 Floyd Brock, Brodliead SI J. M. Ahnpy. flnotfH .SI W. A. Abney, Gains Cummins, Wlllallla . ...XI Logan Sowilc S. Thompson, Wlllallla J. nenry Pnrretl Luther Cummins, Mt Vornon .. .St ...M 1 Bill Cummins, Mt Vernon W. T. Davis. I'WLivmmmBXUBFt .XI Larkin Abney,rTi liipwEjrfinjj 'in Babe Henson, Xlt Vernon ...XI E. Abney, J iTTttff r'lifiWTif Ell Hampton, Livingston . Friday Abney Humble Hensley, Livingston ... ... SI ..M Minnie Coffey?Henry Barnett, Livingston J6hn Cockrell, Livingston.... ..XI John H. Ci ..XI Jones H.iO Abe Evans, Livingston Geo. Parett .F James Rich, Livingston .... Livingston . . ..XI W. M. McDi John Adams, C. Taylor, Mt Vernon ... ...F J. 8. Chi! John ...XI ,W. XI. Clontz, Mt Vernon Thomas Y W. B. Wh) A. A. Lair, Sit Vernon ...SI Lawrence Ollle Frith, Brodhead Elmer Dow John M. Sowder, Xlt Vernon .. ...SI ...SI F. S. Meyers, Xlt. Vernon J. It. Ralllni Xfnrlitl Qnm Kstelle Thompson, Level Green .XI McGnlrlfe,' ...XI Chas. rank Cone, uisputnnta F anic Cone, Disputanta .. Xl Jones Hursr.-i- , Hlbbard., Cedarvllle James Dick Thoina.?, G. R. Carson, Brodhead ........... ...F James Hronul J: C. Howard, Gum Sulphur . ...XI ...XI Owen Allen, fji 'J. O. Hayes, Gum Sulphur .XI Ballard OwetlJ M. Shlplett, Cedarvllle SI Nelson Owenyj II. Hayes, Conway SI T. R. WoodAj'f O. Yndon, Brodhend . ...... SI W. D. Slullins. Withers 31 Ed Bullock,. nrllold Gabbiinl, Boone . PLi.lSKl'l .. F John Scott, B J. T. Cromer. Livingston .SI David Denny. I .'..ITl. T. T. Payne, Dlsputauta ...XI Garlln Farrlsj 1IM,1 O. XI. Payne, Dlsputuuta G. R. Evans.; iticnnrti King, liispuiuutn Oscar Evans,? Sam Croucher, Dlsputauta ..... C. Bodktu. Oscar Sims, lloone V- gum Iimbcrt, Hooue iierueri vjoncw , W. Saylor, Conwny . Phil Rolierts,, John Van Saut, Cookshurg ..... Ituphert BrovM loyd Van Sunt, Cooksburg II. J. Burdetol Conwny . W, Jones, John XIcMul ,. tills Coffey, Urodhead J. Hill XIcMiU tescar SIcNulley, Hrodheud Greg XlcIIan H Disputanta . E. Itowlett, Connie Adai J F. Northern, Climax Dilllu Mitfllid 11k Cornett, Climax Will Drew. ehnny French, Sit Vernon . DeiHty.l Levi Ltoiizo French. Xlt Vernon Jones SIulllls j.ill. Jones, Goochland Chess Peter ,' J.. S. Robins. Gauley Ben Bullock Xeo Ward, Livingston tieo. McKlnip4 iAnn Allen, GoiKlilund Bertie Croni r.'J 1,'F. Davis, Livingston ............. II, O, Own iK C. Childress.- - Withers II. A. Harnt 111 Reynolds. Pino Hill Op iJiswell,A. Cromer. Pine HU1 xouie 1.U9W Mary Cottengliu, Pino Hill Willie Mulk MAiX t'otiengiin, rine inn....... Mary Pout) Wf' S. Hery, Conwuy A 11 Arthur O'N Llnvllle, t'onway Charllo Doeru'J A, Wood. Conway Clifton Boone; ', T. Miracle, Conwny K, itenner, Cf C. Bullen, Wlldlo Andrew Over H. Wolf. Wlldlo Hert Overby.SJ .... K.' Loguiuu, Wlldle Smith. Wlldlo " Mil HeltouJ irnk e Croucher, Johuetta Ingram Kenl if1 Hule, Johnctta ..... 2 w WT B. Oabbard, Qoocbland Hood, Mt Vernon . J. 5L .FwoUi; 1 M I .Brldaii Bowman, Xlt Vernon 'I W L Clontz, Xlt Vernon U. M.rH 1 Wheeler Clark, Wlldle , wasu MeHii vr. Kowuer, ait vernon.. Wllllo Mc M. r run. in iKim-wFlora Hurrlson, Urodhead June Cor.f'l ley Sparks. Mt Vernon EJlen RjMVR.1 BklM. tlrlftlH, Pine Hill K, It Thouipsou, Hrolheud . J. B. Cr gam Hansel, Xlt Vernon E. J. Mm Huff, Wlldle. V, Nov Mt, Vernon. ., B. V. Caaney, Maretburg C. F. yf. Koberts, Urodhead II. Lane,'1 J. S. Urodhead . Denny. 3. 3. Cud IWtoa Denny Brodhead .fjGbM. jOens, Brodhead Hard I C11 llrodheud Marlon Cyril Utmtf nouglierty, Livingston 4- -.. 1 vVmW' Hyivu, I HWIU ftW Hal On ..FA 'tiiiW .CartUw. Blow mQruO,fUEUrA m-wjsi- amnmsiLsMi iStLi if ...XI BoV Ed Cre. . Crv" t Hill Jon .... Lou .M XI .F ...F J. Jndj'JWJl'jtihns. Pine Hill ... "F ...XI Joe AU&ins;, fTOjtt ..... ...XI Jim Attaiifs, Hiutt XI. A Clnninins. Sit. Vernon . ...51 U. Noe, .Xlt. Vernon . W. M. Sliinns, Sit. Vernon . .SI f Arthur Tnylof, .3I ...SI .3I ...SI .3I ...SI ...31 l wHbmmFS&Zr1 t "" - 'tLaiJHal-- J .... . a " F"&1 111 ........., Delbert Haker, Sit. Veinon .... Hugh Robinson, Pine Hill J. XI. Norton, Sit. Vernou . Jim Noe. Sit. Veinon . Chnrles Simpson, Sit. Vernon .. Jnck Cruvvford, Sit. Vernon Ivny Singleton, Sit. .Vernon .... Hob Clontz, Sit Vernon W. T. Evans, Sit. Vernon James Philpot, Livingston Luther 4'hllpot, I.lvlngstou Alfred Helton, Livingston ...... Hud Southny, Withers T. J. Hnuscl. Pine Hill John McIIargue. Pine Hill Hecll IPtninu, Xlt Vernon Denny Payne. Xlt. Vernon . Eugene Smith, Sluretburg ..,.. Urlt Durhnin. Wlhlle Jack: Fish, Wildie G. P. Burdette, Wlldlo Geo. Hethurum, Wildie E. J. SlcIIargue. Pine Hill Alfred Moon. Pine Hill J. P. Pencil, Pino Illlf E. J. Sloon. Pine Hill V. 1. Freeman, Pino Hill Clell Pike, Pine 1 ill . J. B. Pike. Pine Hill R. W. Oliver. Hiisdepntch Clell Pike. Pine 1111 J. W. Chasteen, Johuetta Steve Viinvvinkle, Johuetta .... .. I J. Drew, Orlundo ..... Bradley Powell, Conwny ........ . Brnnce Powell, Conway . SIcKlnley Todd, Conwny Geo. Itlddle, Couwny . G. SI. .Johnston, Hrodheud ...... A. J. I.ooo, Crub Orchard .... Geo. Rector, Climax ............... XI. F. Pike, Livingston Hootli Pin cell, Xlt. Veinon ..... Muson Sillier. DNputuiita Lester Clock, Johnettn . 1 : 1 . ...SI ...31 ...SI ...SI ...XI ..XI ...SI .SI ...31 ...31 ...XI ...31 XI ...XI ...XI ...XI ...XI .XI ...XI ...XI ...XI ...r ...XI ...XI SI ... ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...31 r ...SI .....M . ....... ...... ... . r j' B,ArWl ,. ... . Cecil Llnvllle. Rockford J. O. Uullen. Jr.. Rockford ..... Jesse Debord, Sit. Vernon ..... Slajor Slullins. Withers Joint Anglln, Withers J. W. Slullins. Livingston J. W. Slullins, Livingston J. W. Mulllns, Livingston ...... J. R. Plillbeck, Livingston O. A. Xlulllns, Livingston .... James Hector. Livingston ...... Hardin Sams, Livingston W. S. Bailey, Gauley Livingston ...... Sam Louls-rcy- , J. It. Alcoin, Cooksburg ..... ,. Charley Slullins, Livingston .... ... ..... SI. C. Brock, Conway Wm. Gudd, Iloono .... .......... Robt Ijiugford, Hurr Robt. Luugford, Burr ... Curl Duvls, Sit. Vernon . W. M. Croucher, Disputanta . M. L. WIU011, Pine Hill . BUI Arnold, Sit Vernou Sam Coffey, Disputanta ........ Charley Decs, Disputanta ...... Wailuco Clark. Orlando Doc Chirk, Orlando Debt Abney, Disputanta ...... A. T. Abney, Dlsputuuta ........ Holuirt Howuiun, Dlsputauta . .. J. C. llowman, Disputanta James Cope. Disputanta ...SI ...31 .. .r .SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI .SI ...SI .... F .....M ...SI ...SI .SI . ...51 ...SI ..XI ...XI ...XI . ... F ...XI Xl . ...XI ...XI .......... ...SI .31 3I ,SI ..SI .SI ...SI ...XI uhKj fr -- ...... ... James AMgllu, Dlsputauta Hlraui Illulr, Hooue . . . .. Ah Nicely. Muss Louise, Phillips, Wlldlo F. F. Sloduw. Vernou sit ... .. -- SI .... ..SI ..M ... sHH sn t I'Tju nMCaBti. ri 'X li rt . 31 ...' Curl Phillips, Crub SI Henry Webb, Hrodheud ......... Wash 'ihouipsou. Ottawa .... - SI SI -Frank Cash, Ottawa Illrum Thompson, Ottawa .. .31 .3l Geo. Slullins, Jr., Xlt, Vernou SI Johnny Itlihiuoud, Urodhead .M . Wm. Humes, Hurr . 51 John Hryuut, Sit. Yimou 51 ,. B. S. Hrjunt. Sir Vernon M J, W Helton, Pine Hill SI T 11. Helton. Pine Hill M Wm. Scott, Ottawa. -Orchard ..SI SI . Conway Si l Wall Hnllhiger, Johnettn SI 1 , Jn. SIcGuIie. Dudley M1 Winnie SIcGiilre, Johnctta J. W. Baker. Jr.. Livingston . SI 1 SI 1 Jasper Mi Grand, Cedarvllle Susan Ilnrrlson. Sit. vVernon .fSI I . W.. XI. Thompson. Xluretburg '. SI"1 .31 1 Esau Harrison, Sfnretburg SI Grover Howard. GiiTdcy . T. 31. Dees, Livingston Ji x . "1 T. 31. Dees. Livingston SI 1- W. C. Gllllum, Livingston SI 1 G. W. Chirk, Livingston XI 1 John R, Clark, Livingston SI 1 B. K. Cornett. Climax' XI 1 Tom Williams, CedAfvllIer F1 Gns Staverson, Xlt. Vernon ...XI 1 John Sowder, Qunll XI 1 J. .F. Taylor, 5It. Vernon ,.XI 1 XI. A. Vnuglin, Cookshurg ...XI 1 XI. A. Vaughn. Cooksburg XI 1 Alex Drew, Cooksburg XI 1 J. It. Vnuhook. Cooksburg Hansfoid Tansholey, Cooksburg ..31 1 K. II. Ilrown, Level Green . i SI 1, 31 1 O. I'. Bustle, Sit. Vernou XI 1 31. F. Denton, Cedarvllle 31 1 Denny Cromer, Cedarvllle 31 1 Hugh Ci inner. Cedarvlllo SI 1 J. G. Fnln. Pine Illll FI It. S. Fuln. Pine Hill 31 1 lumen Dyer. Sit. Vernon F1 ... Joe Djer. Sit. Veinon .,M I Eli Hovviird, Gum Sulphur -- SI 1 W. 1). rrulsley. Brodliead F1 Chas. II. Carter, Brodhend F1 Jnck Xleii-e- Level Green XI I Walter Lee. Sit. Vernon 31 1 Arthur Cooper. Sit. Vernon . F1 T. C. Welch. I.iv ingston SI 1 Llllluii Ponder. Llvlng.ton Chas. Owens, Johnettn ................XI 1 XI 1 E. Durhnin. Pine Hill XI 1 W. XI. Griffin, Pino Illll FI Jnmes Barnes, Pine Hill XI 1 Robt. XIcQueeii. Clininv SI 1 Charlie Uoker, Climax SI 1 .1. S. Suinmiforil. Dlsputauta 1' 1 A. C. Hurt. Disputanta 31 1 Alfied llnrvey. Climax 31 1 ...T. II. II. Duggls. Conwny XI 1 Cooksburg Xlatt Singlet -- XI 1 Dlllniil Allen. - SI 1 Cush Hurst. Giioeltliiiid SI 1 Judgi' Allen. Goochland Giiico Sowder. Sit. Veinon , . .XI 1' XI 1 L. II. Davis. Livingston XI 1 Lee Webb. Livingston XI I II. I Norton. Cedunlllo XI 1 W. II. Cnruilcul. Xlt. Vernon XI 1 Xlt. Vernou Geo, Level Green . . SI 1 Chas. SI 1 Geo. I'ltuinn. Sit Vernou SI l .luck Howe. Sit Vernon XI 1 E. I Brock. Crab Orihurd '.... XI I L. XL Slgmon. Wlldle II Henry Rowe, Xlt. Vernon 31 1 Frank Hunt, Slaretbuig ..31 1 "W. S. Cromer. Sit. Vernon Wlllluni SlcKlnney. Riodhend . 31 1 ...3I 1 Slonroc- - Dovvell. Sit Vernon SI 1 .1. B. Llvesuy. Sit Vernon . Jim Thompson. Sluretburg ........XI 1 XI I A. Pitman, Livingston 31 1 (V II. Hhe, Livingston XI 1 C. H. Rice, Livingston ...XI 1 Hurl Slink. Lltlligston lleur.v Slink. Livingston "tllH i 5! 1 XIrs. A. S Ward. Livingston ....-- SI I Sum Fount, Livingston F1 Elvln Adams, Wlldle SI t, .. Dick Sowder, Mt. Vernon ...SI 1 . E. II. Smith, Cllmux F1 W. T. Smith. Climax ., .31 I XI. J. .Klrby. Livingston . XI 1 Jones Sillier, Orlando 31 1 .. .. . SIuv Slullins. Withers SI'l Leiinder McKlnuey. Hnnsforil SI 1 II. L Whltaker. Moss 51 1 W W. Uliv, Cedarvlllo .....31 I (', E. Jones, Pine Hill .. .... 31 t I. C. Cloiise, Lh Ingston .. .. ...31 1 Ha rah Clark, Urodhead .. . F1 Willie Clark, Biodhcad ... J. L. Norton. Sit Vernon . ........3I; IV J T Vanhook. Level Green ..511 ... XI I t SI. Treudvvuy Hurr XI I W P Chaney. I ilium D. B. Chandler. Hroilheud FI T.TMr -- ' -, - & $ .... , GiHi-ldii- ml Pei-'-'fu- .... r I Couciudcd uu next pu$e - rW5 MT."VKKN()i? SIGNAL. KlMDAY. .WARMTH 14. 1919. DOG TAG LIST 'on n "ii , 1!iu1liul H. T. i. Lumllt'i-Vl'lllllll . Mt. .1. 11. Il.tl.M j M. S. 1. V. V Tu-- a. Cllninv .... Wll.it IllH iVdatillli-iJulii- i ...M M . M I I Un.iil ' iii'iiii-i ii i .1. W. riiiiici. M l nil N. Sitil. I. It. (li.iin'll. Ml Vu "i II, II. .Mlnkx. Spii,. .1. A. IVl. i . rii'ii-iH- I! , il i WhUaKer, (Viliinllle ' Ins. Whltnker. Ce.hu illle (M Cummin. Ml. Vermin 'I ' ilt-.i- . .uui WnJ.lle. M .M M M V Kix-K- y M r i' K. I HuIIih'U. Mm -- I ill II. Ilnilll. (Vilnnlllf V. V. ti. ClliniiN II. .llll'H'X .llllll'i. l.lvllliMnll Clii'liT Shell, (inillc.v .Miller, (iilllle.v V. MnriK l.lIlitftii . .. M M M . Ilium. Ml. Vet non W. S. l'iliniin, Lliliig.'loii I.I...1.. Until.. if. Wit. Hi- H.hi-fo- nl ltov.1 Itulto'-U- . Livingston I. II. M.CIni-e- . W. I. llnyes, i.roilheail . Josh lloieln-- i Orlniido . . M . .M ...M . M M .. .....M . .. M I'liniler. (Iiniley II. M. .Mink. Jr.. Livingston Ted .Mink. l.lvlneMnii .l. . . Llojil UniiiH'll. Wllclle Joe Siijlor. Wllilli' Allen llimlell. WIMIi- MillUinrt TimIiI. Wllilli' .Ins. Ilniiil. Itmme I Inline Jus. Turn Jnlinsnii. Iliinne W. W. Ilniiii'tl. .Inliiieltii L. II. Klil.y. Ulit f till 111 Hans Loxett. Ills S. I'. llniiiiuotiit. DNputntitii Cliii'i. ltlf'lininiiil. Jec Kiriiy. l'llie lllll . It. '. Miillllis. Wlllieis Miiltle Mnlllin. Withers- e 1 Mnllle II:ino.v. l)Iimtiiulii Inline llm-vey- . PWimliiiilii . .. M M M M M . . I' M ..M M . M M M M ...M M r .. ...M ..V . (Vil.irvllle t .Mle. Ceiliuvllle ... Iliihel't Tlllilinis, I.UIllKstnii .Murllm Wlillnker. I.l lns(in W. S. Itenner, I.IvIiikMmii Jiiiiiss Penny. Ml. Vernnn l. ('. Kins. Ll Illusion t. r. Ku-rel- Oill Mie. iioii. i .M ..M M M . M . . . . ...M . M M M M Curium, lltodheail Susan Iteaiiis. Iindley .. Julie- Hooley. WllilliWalter Soiithaid .I'it.i- - lllll Wlldle Muse IKeal Kleh, limine .. Wllllnni Ithli. llnoiii- llgg. Ilisptitiintii I.. P. Ilellanl .Lliingstoii . .. L. II. .MeClitre. Conway .. Tlle Shellon, l.ivii'gslon A. P. Mink. Idling-Io... A. II. Mink. (ialie Mtirshall. I.h iiigsloii II. Itallinger. Wlldle J. I. Doan, Mt Veinon Itoniie lleiinei'. Ilii.lli-Julia Ilniulilio "eilar We .'. 1. Tlioiuus, Dfiil.et Ulnri. J.))ii.ettii . J. A. Don ti. Level .. Cbas. !"' het. Mt. Uulie Ce.itry. .'.it. Version J. W. linlieiis. Mt. Vernon Iau 'i.tl'oul. Ml. Vi'iiioti .... J. II: .! s, Ltilngst.iii . . W. M. .lines, I.Mngstoii .... (en. I it er, Conway J. M. ..M ..M - ..M .. M ..M ..M . ...M ... M .....M .....M SI . n ....M I' . ...M Cook-l.nr- ...M .. ..M .. M ... M .....M , ....M ....M ...M ....M . . M ...M . ...M ...M .....M ... M M .....M M C. C. " Cmli nit Mlhhi Swlney. I.lvlni;sin J. llmwii. Level (Jieell J. 11. II. Itllllix-kMl. Veiimll M. L. .Miller. lisinl:iiiln . .1 ilm .Miller. Ilisiut!intii Wilde Norton. Loud !ieen J. ( llimv. .Mt. Vernon r. L. LiuiKford, Wllilli' .. W. A. Johnson, Andrew Johnson, liiodhend . Jidm .Montsoniery. Climax J. C. Illmel. Wllilli' Siiliiniitlui ICIlnel. Wllilli' Mill (iraiiN Mt. Veinon I. A. Clnisleen. .lohnettii t'hiis. I'oyiiti-r- . Llvlncston Mt. Ynii 1 111. . Mu-ymuiu. r.llz:t :il:i Nniil. Cuiiwiiy . . M M M M ..M M . ...M M M M . ...M ...M nor. I.iilugstou .. . liny. (Jimll W. M. . ladley. Mt. Vermin S. I'. Ii .ek, Crab Klnly i i. icl;, Cntli Oivhaul ... .1. .M. Iloyd, Crab ... H. Meliiilre. .Mt. Verjion .... (iteeii Stokes, Livingston ... Jin k stokes, Livingston .1. A. Villi. e. Iliodhead Joe Lamb. Livingston W. M. Mullock. .Ml. Vernon . It. L. Ilalenmli, Orlando l.lilligstou ... John ( Willie i On-har- .....P .....M .....M ....SI On-har- ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI ...SI M .I.iv.inli Mink C.'iln retll.- - ... M .. M .. M M M . M .M . . M. M M Spent er Miilllns, Withers ..... lijliry Sullies, Witliers Hob Suttles, Withers Win. Pennington. Livingston . J. L. Itulloik. Illoss I'ie.1 Jones. Disputuutii Ittiiuett Hakcr, .lohuetta .. .. Willie Ahney. Kod.ford UucUfurJ I ...SI ...SI ...M ...SI ...M ....P ...SI ...SI ...M SI- - ....laiii-JiilL- v ( Itelilien Mnllliis. l mUs,iirc P. Allen. Cooks.ur M M J. I. Shepheril, Withers W. II. Cnimuliis. Wllhi 111.1 M M fill Mi ("lure. Wlllnillii M WHIN linker. Withers M . J. J. Wleli. r.oulie . . .M lten Allen. Orhindo V .. . Iten Allen. Orluiiilo . Thus. (). Webb. Livingston .. . .. M J. II. Miilllns'. Livingston .. . ... M Teddy .Meeee, Level (ireen .. .. ... M .....M I. L. Owens, Cook.slnirK .....M Itobt. Cliesiint, Dispuiiiiitii .....M Oscar Thomas, ONinituiita Mis'. Lulu Cope. LivliiKstdii ....M Itnulloy llelhird. I.hjiiKMon .... ....M Clias. N. Mellorn, DNpntiiutu .,.... r W. M. l'o.MdtT. LhiiiKstoii . . .....M !. W. ,uIiiisoii. Llvliik'stoii M . O. Piiiiierell. Climax.....M Hiistoii Pitman. Livingston ... M ('has. ISIaekhui-ii- . Livingston .... .M Andy Ilellanl, Livingston .M Chester (trow, (JiiilII .. ..M O. rinnerell. Climax .....M . . Ioitls Hustle. Mt. Vernon .LJ.LCUuporMarllji , loan. III.) INI Lvaiis. .Mt. Vernon K. Abney, nNpiniiiita ..SI Shell Oregory, llisputanta M lieo. Gregory, Plspnlautu ...M Willie Dciiiij. I'ine Hill ..SI l.'alph Walfouger, Langford ("arter LeiH-e- . ...M Itrodbead . I loan, .Mt. ...M Vernon . ...M .Mnlllns. Mt. Vernon ...M Cha. Thomason. ltuir r. V. Itolilns. cmli Orcliard .... ...M Kullci-- . Ilrnmo ...V John Ale- - Syiriillker. Mt. Vernon .... ..M 1'. Nnrtiyi. Mt. Vernon ..SI (L M. Isaaes. Mt. Vernon ..M Arthur Cofl'ey, .Mt. Vernon ..JI ...K Arthur CotTey, Mt. Vernon A. M. Winkler. Maretburs .M S. U. Fields, Livingston .M Neat loK I.fvlugstou .M Talnmge Phillips, Three LL.uks. .M SI J. .M. Overby. Livingston s. r. it. we. itmiiv ,M . ,1. M. Cmli M Sherman Klchinond, Johnelta ..... .SI Linmlt Maildov, Crab Orchard ... .SI tii-oFin-lev- S.LJ ...M ...M ...M Ll;uiau.JJli:iiKliy. Tom .Met lure, .Mt. J. SI. Ballard, Brodlieatl V. (!. Ballard, Brotlheatl Leo Sloutg.naery. Plsputanta Withers Itobt. Si.rl.ir Cnlnrvlt!o John Anderson, Orlando B. F. l'rlce, Sit. Vernon (i. L. Wren, Boone John Jurrett, Brodlieatl ... ... W. SI. Sleeee, Level (Ireen .... W. SI. Norton, Sit. Vernon .... Hlmer Bullock, BIoss .. ...., F. C. Cornett, Brodlieatl ....., Geo. Jones. Gatiley Sheridan Jones, Gatiley . ..... Laura Oierby, Livingston .. Willie Bunlette. Ottawa .. W, K. McCoIliiin. LiviiiKstif Jack (;iine))tpr, LtvInKstou Cii-iente- S. B. ClllVord. Burr (!. B. 'iixton. Wlldle HolH'lt NKoti, Wlldie (" Slnddox, Crab Orchard .. llnik. Ilrndlicnd W. 51. Drew, i Ilrjiitil Liny. Wlldle ....".. N..nli Wiii.I.ow. I'onwuy .1.1 inc. .Mul eil.i, Liiiugsloti .... . rgll Ilei.-liOllawn .1. IV lie mil. I.eiel l.reeii .. .. Iteeie SI.,.-J ihu lljMim'T, .Ml. Vernon - Cn Ii, JotLlotlbead INI lllllli'ik, .Ml. Veinon L. !!. 'r. (Iiiuley Pen iiy I ..1 linger, .Inlilifttii V. J. Shellon. Ilrotlhcad .. Im-- Allen. Ilrotlliead ' .leu Hash. Livingston Ilieil Hit- - el, Livingston nil Kliliv. Livingston Mille Klr'iy, Llvlngsion .lobert .1. Payne, Sit. II. (I, .Moore, Llvlngstoi .'. C. Nnrtliin. Ilockforil Waller .Miilllns, Withers II. P. (i.ibbard, SetlarvllV Willie SIliKletoli, CtKiksblirg . INiui.cO Liiugford, I.iilugstou Pango I'.o.id Caipenter. W. SI. Muiphy. Livingston ... Ci organ Lee, ML Vein. in .... Waller Oueas. Ccdarvlllt- SI. It. Hay. Odarvllle . Pmlly Whitaker. W. G. Dj.ui,. Ccdiiriille ....... Boyd Blanton. Brodlieatl Wlldle J. P. J. SI. I.iiswell. Clrlamtti Willie Smith. Orlando Wallace l.asuell. Orlando Bet Ilia Laugfonl, Orlando .... Bill Angel. Withers J. II. Angel. Withers Susan Angel, Withers Jim Steieiis, Level (Ireen Henry Baker, Jolinetta J. B. Shrewshiirg. Sit. Vernon P. It. Isaacs, Wlldle . Hiram I'igg, Disptitautii .Margaret Cliasteen, Withers Jason Kohlnson. Livingston Bob Kolitusou. Livingston Bob ICohiuson, Livingston .lohnettii Jaines l)i tieo. Thrasher, Climax T. Niitli Hustle. I.lvlinrstoll .las. Thomas, PNputanla James Ilartlln, Disputauta It. T. Slooie. Lhlugstou Henry SIcCracken, Jolinetta .. .Mary Southard, Sit. Vernon .. Tennyson SIulllus, Sit. Vernon Slu I'eto . . Bessie Itetlniriiui. .Ml. Vernon . SI M V. Not ton. Pinto ..- M ....'A rv;o linr .'tti M ....SI p. It. Mulling Wul iM M ...SI J. W. SleluuTey. Lltltigslon SI .. P John Stnrglll, LBIugston SI .SI C!eo SlcCliin-- . LlMtigslnti M M Fred Kondrkk. Gaiiley SI .. .SI .1. P. Viul.. Wllheis , SI SI K. W. (Jiiltin. Llilngstou . SI .....M (I. Vork, Livingston SI ....SI Jot-- Smith. Livingston M .. .SI Clarence IIoimI, Sit Vernon SI ....SI Bob SlcClure, Livingston SI .....M Ilarvt-SlePerroii. Sit. Vernon M ... .1" C. It. Llnignr. orlantlt SI ....SI .Marlon Hasty. Sit. Vernon SI SI ft. 1). Mink. I.iilugstou ...M ... SI .Malt Bowles. Daligo SI ,. SI Owen Allen. Goochland ...SI SI .1. W. Burkina. Lhhujstou ....SI ...SI W. O. B. Ijiswell. Orhindo .... SI ...SI. L. 1'. CHIT, l'lne Hill ... SI 3I P.mlly .Mnllliis, Withers .... SI V Alio Isaacs. Wlldle SI . .left Unwell. Ottawa ... SI B. (I. SlcClure. Ottawn SI . ...SI II. C. Cromer. (Vdarvlle .... SI . ...F Dewey Spelr. Cliniav SI ..SI Willie llolswoilh. Climax .. ....SI .....SI It L. Owens. Clliuiiv SI F N, B. St. John. Uisputantii SI .SI A. .1. Blanton. Bromn .. .SI St . Dim Holeomb, nrodlierul ...VM John Wooilon. Lklngston .... SI .....M SI W. I). Staltli. Livingston ....SI St Sam Slelcalf, Withers .. ... P ...SI Hiibej-Shepherd. Withers .. . P ...St Baston Dougherty, Cooksburg ......M Arthur Dnngherty. Cooksburg ...SI .....SI .... ...St ('has. Durham, Livingston .. SI ...St W. L. Wheat. Sit. Vernon SI Sherllt- - Slason. SI I. Vernon .... ...SI ....SI ...SI Dick Jones. Cedarville ... SI W. SI. SIcKlnney. Sit. Veruou ...St .....M ...St P.lzle Howe, Cetlnrvlllo .....M SI Jos. Oliver. Livingston ...SI St S. B. Cook. Climax ... SI SI (!. W. Thompson, Wlllallla .. ... .F M Jones- - Pitman, Level Green ...SI SI Wlllartl Cotton, Gouley F SI Jesse Cotton. Outlier ....SI SI Klmer Cromer. Livingston ...SI St Watt Croiicher, Jolinetta ....SI SI Green ... B. L. Debortl. I.eu-....SI .....SI Dan Broun, Ottawa .....M SI Geo. II. SliClilte. Sit. Vernon ..SI .....SI Kllza Mayes. Brotlheatl ....SI V Jin- - Allen, Giiuley ....SI .....SI Isaac Leger, Disputauta ....SI Pari Smith, Cooksburg ...SI Davlil Hicluiioud. Gum Sulphur ....SI ...SI .....SI John Johnson, Climax . . ...SI .....F .John Johnson. Climax ,M. . Thomas HIclinuniuTTHspnirnita ,t....VT .T.T..:... STf Chirk "Allen. "(Sirnley ...SI SI W. SI. York, Witliers ....SI Jack Carpenter. Withers SI G. V. Owens, Disputauta ... ..M .1. L. Arnold, Livingston SI Clarence Sliinns, Wiltlle SI ......F 1 Ktltlle Balllnger. Johnetii 31 SI 1 T. F. Burnett, Gnuley SI SI 1 Jim Monta Withers SI SI 1 Louisa Al.rums, Three Links SI F 1 SI. Abrauis, Three Links SI Logo Bakt-r- , Cetlnrvlllo SI 1 ...SI .....SI 1 Uriah Sams. Livingston . .SI ....SI 1 Adam Cromer, Livingston St .....SI 1 Gerrett Itoblnsoii. Withers SI t Arch Slulllns, Livingston .. SI Harrison Cope, Livingston ....SI ....11 V.'. , v . ...-- SI SI 1 SI Jan. Forkner, Livingston ..SI Willie Sptvey. 'Llvlnc'ton ,SI Ton Lovlni. Llvlas?;on ...M Tiank Phillip. Mt. Vernon .11 Sam Splvey, I.lvlnj:foti ..St SI J. J. Brown, Oituuu Kb Stolierly, Llilngstnii ...SI ..SI J. Grlflln, Dilaudo Mollis Carpenter, ...SI Daligo Tom I'ayno, Withers John Payne, Wither ...SI , Henry Abney, Disputauta ...SI .1. C. Pl'lllllllL'lllM. IlUtllltilllli. ,..F ...SI Iwls SIcGliIre, Wlldle nvaiis. Crab Orchard .. F F. Kates. Crab Orchard ..SI Chas. Shepherd, Sit. Vernon ...St James Diirliaiii, Dango ...SI T. i:. Bullock. BIoss .. P Xatli SleDaiilel, Wllheis ...SI Holley Slulllns, Withers ...SI i;nap. i;. Pcliord, Ilrotlheatl .... ...SI T. F. Sims, Conway ...SI SIovIo Snaiks. Jobnettii .P Oscar. Argenbrlght, Livingston . SI Kmniett Slullln. Withers ...SI .lames riiclps, Cednrvllle .. ...SI Sirs. Walter Wren. Itoom- ...SI Sirs. J. ('. Cromer, Livingston ... ...SI A. T. Sloore. Sit. Vernon SI F. SI. Thomas. Ottawa ...M Jack Slulllns. Sit. Vernon ...SI Levi Pennington, Sit. Vernon , ...SI AtiKitis, unuiey ...SI i.ouisn Katherlne King, (laiiley ...SI .1. W. Slulllns, Sit. Vernon ...SI Slelvln Burnett, (iiniley ..SI W. SI. Barnetl, (Iiniley ...Sl S. C. Parker. Llvlngsti ...SI Shi Azhlll, Climax ...SI Hugh Byrtl, Boone ...SI Nancy Baker. Jolinetta ,..M Klali Allen, GiMichhiud ..SI W. H. Kltluer. Pino lllll -- SI .S. K. Jones, Livingston ...SI S. E. Carter, Livingston ...SI Fretl ..SI Quail Tuck Slulllns. Orlando ..SI ...M F. F. Sillier. Disputauta Andy Smith. Livingston ...M T. SL AndeivMn, Livingston ...M ...M Phllhcck, Orlando Lester ...SI W. F. Stevens. Sit. Vernon Charley Kvans. Crab Orchard ... ...F ..SI W. SI. Owens. Livingston Willie Owens. l.lvltnr.ffiii ...SI J. W. Baker. Jr.. Livingston .. ..SI Tom Kidwell. Conway ..sr . ii-l- r Lo-Iii- s TVi 4 TVTtTVT-TT- XT Crown UNION SYSTEM Mmic by Tlio Cru.vn 9yit TTZ3XI R MA!DE Ovur.illMf.C(.. Ciiiiiimmti.O. GENUINE DYE 200 Denim 8oz. Highest Grade Overall Made 8 NEW PAIR FrccHtsERip Vs or do not give perfect satisfaction Ii For Sale bv the following SCHAFER & ROBERTS In All Sizes M x x HRODHKAD KY. SUTTON & McBEE MT.VKUN'ON. KY. J. R E. DRUMMOND I.IVINGU rON. KY CKAB ORCHARD, KY. 8 8 W. E. PERKINS Reproscntcd in South Hastcrn Kotitttcky it West Virinn'a fa By CASTORIA For Infants and Children ys; JOSEPH PAtMB, Louisa, Ky. i "7-yvTiy- vixr - Lt fy JnUsFprOver30Years Always bears Signatu'rcof QOyffuZeJuAi 9 -- . CSXORIA CASTORIA ..atdlxGiJi OxvFOLETitfER'S----- " -T- Oliliaren Ory FLETCJiTr:3 OR M Do You Wanf To Sef! Your DO Farm! FARM? I YOU WANT IN TO' BUY A " . SI. JIcKInney, Jnlm SIcKInnei-- . I.lvliiuHtoii .loiin M rcn, iioouo ... (2. 11. Lnwronro. T.evt Gr.s-i- i Ituynioud Detlmriuu, Sit. Vernon .Sl W. c. ii. nice, iureo iiiiku 0. Cos. Conway lin Kaiitz. Livingston 'n Fields. Livingston .lUtiu, SI. Dan-ell- , Booni? SI FOR ANYTHINC SEE JI i SI Llvlngstt 1 er Hurillne, Ottawa j. Slary Ilanesly, Livingston. ..M .arklu I'emilugton, Livingston r..SI Thus. E. Klrby. Bine Hill LSI Bulie Forkner, Livingston F J t.iiViitah.0.. .;jt EAL ESTATE RMHT: ILLE.R VERNON, Y. U :?&. WAGONS OLD HICKORY AND WEBER complete seat $125.00 . WAGONS with bed and Seed Oats Our Second goes at 4 21 in. only $T2f0.00 & 3 in. complete only Harness-- , Department We call your special attention to our Harness and SIIOK Department, Hero we make or repair all kinds of Harness or Shoes. Our olectric machinery and our expert workmen will please you and smooth out all your littlo troubles. (Welch's Repair Department.) WireFence 2500 rods iif No. 9 top ami liottoiu 4 ft. .Buggies P HO E N I X means something to the inau who cares Car 55C lr Hod No. Our Per Bushel ' Spring Line No. 10 lop and bottom at of Buggies now in. 12 5.50 bu Wheat Shorts only $2.85 P" H Canvas oily Best 8c )"& 12 Vslcan Plow $19.00 " Harrow 40.00 Due Harrow 45.00 Beit Timothy Seed tnly$ Tobacco 10 Dim Why Pay More DodgreBrofrSers' Best CUver Seed only Automobile $25 bu. will interest those who care. will stand up and go after the others are gono. Wo will be pleased to dem- Potatoes Buy 'em bv the Bag Early Triumph Early Ohio Early Rose Seed lt onstrate this car to anyone In Rockcastle County. Proof 45C Por Kod Phono us your reqiiiicmcnts (Wtlch's Hardware Dept.) Best Grade We are headquarters for all farm implements Corn White Seed Oats ) Como early and get your choice. (Welch's Ruugy feept.) Drills and Planters, Rollers, Plows. Harrows. GOT 'EM HERE IN STOCK of tho pudding is in the eat ing. We can cei tainly prove it to your entire satisfaction. It is absolutely a too por cent car and tho best one on the market for tho inonoy required to buy it. Burbank Only You always wive inonoy at Welch's Try 'em now Send us your ordor. $1 i)er 25 Kushol (Welch's Soed Department (Welch's Dry Goods Dopt.) (Welch's Furniture Department) v- - . WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE -- B J?xv .tLLA. "Kentucky's Gre fetest Store" Use your phone and "SAVE1 THE DIFFERENCE" ' ugtn.; r KY, -- - - "N MT.gWTOpr HIS CAMPAIGN REPORT. Thu law requires for oflico to file a report of all expenditures. A patriot in Missouri ran lor ollicQ and in fho 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 iivo sheep to county barbecues. "Gavo awav two pairs suspen-tlor- s, four culico dresses, $5 in cash and 15 baby ra tiers "Kissed i20 babies. "Put up four stoves. 'Kindled 14 fires. "Walked 4,070 miles Shook hands with 9,508 people ''Told 10, lot lies and talked enough to make in print 1,000 volumes; uttendediG revivals and was baptized four different times by emmersion and twice some AX. PRtDYvMARpH A4. 1 1 if " -- -! JMH jtfr jm i L5I vTT other way. "Contributed $50. to foreign missions and made ., love to nine widows live grass, four sod. "Hugged 4j old maids. "Got dog bit 39 times and was elebted by 353 majority." HAS HAD STOMACH TROU BLB FOR SEVhiN YEARS. Theodore Sanford of F'onmore, Mich., has hud stouiucu 'trouble for scvun years, aud could not eat vegetables or fruit without pain in the stotmcu and restless nights Uy taking Chamberlain's Yubicts he is now able to eat vegetables or fruit without caus i'ng- - pJm or --s!ebplessneis..rii troubled with constipation or indigestion give these tablets a trial. They are certain to prove benehcial. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. I vliHJSv ilIII Ik Iffillli , 9wHHi r -- v" ' '"You little rascal-played miumm MW 1 MS ftt iams Street; and on tho south and "west by the lot of Tames Maret; fronting of said Williams Street for a width of 26 ft. and Jack Norton and family, of being O5 ft. in depth, and being tho same lot deeded by the Mt. Wabd. were with the former's Vernon Telephone Co to S. B. brother, Mitchell Norton, Satur Ramsey, on tho 22nd day of July, day night. Edd and Jas. Fletch191'J. er, of Tennessee, camo in last For tho purchase price the Thursday to attend the burial of purchaser must execute bond, their father, Mr. John Fletcher. with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale Miss Sallie Sowder spent Saturuntil paid and having the force day night and Sunday with her and effect of a judgment. Bidders sister, Mrs Ambros Hasty. will ho prepared to comply Geo. Perciful, of this place has promptly with these terms. moved to Mt. Vernon. Miss G. S. Griffin, Sibyl Cummins is visiting Mrs. Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. John Fletcher. This .part was visited by a hard rain and wind storm last Thursday evening, FOR FLElCHEr?. The small child of Mr. and Mrs. Poto Cummins'ii numbered with COM M ISSN ER'S SALE. the sick. Mrs. Jobn Fletcher, who was reported sick last week Rockcastle Circuit Court. T. J. Nichley, Admr. of Is no better An infant of Mr. Plaintiff, and Mrs. Dave Evans, died last Sakah Lhh, vs. : commissioner's sale, Ai.icb Gentiiy.&c., Denfendants. week. Mrs. Clara Carmical, By virture of a judgment and spent Wednesday with her moth order of sale of the Rockcastle er, Mrs. A. Cummms, at Mt. VerCircuit Court, rendered at the non. Miss Julia Payne spent sevFebruary term, 19I9, thereof, in eral days with her sister, Mrs. the above cause, I shall proceed Lizzie Moses at Mt. Vernon. to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Kv John Payne is building a house to the highest and best bidder, at near W. M. Arnold's and will public auction, on Monday, tho have it ready to move into in a 17th day of March, 1919, being few days. Mrs Lula Clontz and regular County Court day for said county, between the hour son, George Clontz, of Harlan, of 9 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock havo returned home after spendp. m , upon a credit of six ing several days with relatives at months, tbo following described this place arid Mt. Vernon property, or sufficient thereof to George Brown and Roscoo Mc: produce $102.76 and the cost of Kinney, of the Freedom section, this action: A tract of laud located in were in this part a few days ago Rockcastle County. Kentucky, buyingcattlo and hogs William on the waters of SkeKKs Creek Miller is very sick. Hauling'ties seems vb the order .of tho day aud bounded as follows: Be"inninir nt the corner of Tna. iu this part and the fucin'eis m HoiiJOt'ri'-EiaGnOffOI- rati HOPE WE LL Children Cry for Fletcher's ITViKSSCNCSSSNX!XsS The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- 0. sonal suPervlsl since its Infancy. 4jj0W no one t0 deceive you Jn this. Tvwrwi All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. txr7&jAJfmw 0 - Just-as-goo- d Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years It has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulatine the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. The Cnildrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Signature of ALWAYS yBeara the In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind THt You Have Always Bought CCNTAUW COMfANV, NKW VOMK CITY. '' L' ' '".'r' --1 SJn Jf .' '?j J i JJ (.j AIwaysWeBcoraie f Kept grandma waiting I Ij alwai tight. It's north waiting for. Always wel- come. Never shirLs its wotk. Never fails. Never wastes minutes or materials and I Jt note it's pure and wholesome, as Calum-- t contains only such ingredients approved officially by the U. S. Food l a' Authorities." You tan uUnyou tuy it)ou tan uhtn you mt il. SH Lj CALUMET BAKING highest a alone Tie way, didn't ou? OhWll. it's all nrt. Because fill III flllllll IIIIHIsH 11" HR I I llllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIH llllllllillB llllilll aH I II II I 1 1 POWDER it K'l ( -i 4 M I EJ mI lllllllllll aH llllllllllllllIbbsi llllllllllll V llllullrlrLl niilllllU HJUUHj 2SssrsHsWsWsBBwBsPBsBBflsssBssWssWllssBH Pr, t You Men That Like To Be Well Dressed 1V liiivc tlie most careful selected typo of Dress Shirts in size, style, quality ami price to suit you. Ties I M to match any shirt you select. ARROW and ARROW-DLUKE E Troy-Taylor- ed Soft Collars. WORK SHIRTS and OVERALL SUITS well made aud durable that are matchless in quality and price. DRESS SHIRTS 50c and up. Good heavy Work Shirts for 90c. Over-All- s Coats $2.25. and Over-Al- l Buy and save money. i L h JOHN. ROBINS BRODHEAD More Shoes AT BROWN'S THE QUALITY AND Rockcas'lo Circuit Court. T. J. Niceley, Admr. of George W. Ardeison, Plaintiff, Deed, vs : Commissioner's Sale. Frank Anderson, &c, Defendants. By viiture of a judgment and and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Cpurt, rendered at the February Term, i9ig, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, March, i7th, i9i9, being regular County County day for said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m and 3 o'clock p. to., upon a credit of six months the following described property, or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of $49.10 and the cost of this action A tract of land located iu Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on the waters of Roundstone Creek mid bounded as follows: Beginning at u beecli and pop lar in Boone's Hollow, just below the fallen rock, corner of 'the Rowan Henderson survey; thenco with his lipo S 80 E 55 poles to a dogwood mid white oak; thence N 23 W 28 poles to a poplar; thenco S 80 W 20 poles to :i chesnut oak; thence N 67 E 28 poles to two small spotted oaks; thence NEW 30 poles to a white oak; thence N 7,s W 7 poles to a black oak and white oak; thence S 75 W 39 to a hickory and maple; thence S 26 W 23 poles and 18 links to a Rum and tourwood; thence 84 W 4 poles 'to a black oak, thence N 84 W 34 poles to a black oak; thenco S 24 E 82 poles to the beginning, containing about 28 acres, more or less For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with npproved surety, bearing legal interest from day of &a'e until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bid ders will be pieparod to comply promptly with tho e terms. Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Fish's 'heir oats. Russel Carmical has a very sore jooi causea oy a standing near the fence on Sarah burn which he bad several days Lee's side, marked for a corner ago. Died". February 26th. Mr between said Houk's land and the John Fletcher after an illness of piece sold to said Snrah Lee; only four days. He leaves a wife thence south straight down the and four children besides a host h'll passing a gum tree standing of friends and relatives to mourn years on said Houk's land; thence to his death. He was tho Evans land; thence with said old. Ail who knew him know Evans land east to the beginning, him to be a an honest and hard containing about 1 acre, 'be the working man and he will be same more or less, and is the greatlv missed by the entire fam samo tract of land deeded the ily. The burial took pluce Fri said Sarah Lee the 18th day of day at Heven o'clock at the Mc- -z ground. Sept. i89s, by James Houk and Clure Matilda Houk, his wife, which . ARE DANGKR- deed is of record in Deed Boon -' bus. 26. p?"r ',2: Fo. purchase 'price the, n told to ''beware purchaser must execute bond, Wo will 4t why? with approved surety, bearing 0. Every cold weakens legal intdrest from day of sale tell until oiid and bavin? the force the lungs, lawers the vitality and aud effect ora judgment. Bid- paves the way for a more seriders will be prepared to comply ous disease. People who contract promptly with these terms. pneumonia first take cold Tho S. Criffin, G. longer a coid hangs on, the great Master Commissioner, er the danger, especially trom Rockcastle Circuit Court. the germ diseases, as a cold prepares the system for the reception and development of the germs of consumption, diptheria,scarlet fever and whooping cough. The quicker you get rid of your cold, tho less the danger of contract ingoneof the diseases. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy has a great reputation as a cure for coldo and can be depended upon. It is pleasant to take. lnusetorover40yMn! COMMISSIONER SALE. fence west to a little black oak yji land; thence with Mrs. fifty-fiv- e Take Advantage of High Cream Prices Cream is worth more today than it has been for many years. Are you getting all you can out of your milk? Don't allow butter fat to get away, from you, for every drop represents money. 1 m .a Don't Risk Using an Old or Unreliable Cream Separator If you are not sure that yourcream separator is Let Us Show You a Lily skim-mir- tg clean, or if you arc still trying to get along without one UlUllUlllllHi For I Weak v In the Lily, lasting qualities are first considerationf. Every bearing is automatically oiled by splash from the reservoir of oil in the gear chamber. When you add fresh oil, the old dirty oil is automatically drained out without wasting any new oil. All sediment or foreign matter that may have gotten into the gear chamber accidentally is drained out immediately so that the oil in the gear chamber is always clean. Come in and let us show you the rest of the Lily features, Shafer I & Roberfs Brodhead KENTUCKY Women A MaattfeHtaaaMtaaattBCiaai VI r v K 3 Thousands of voluntary letters from wonrca, Wl-,n- g oMhe good Cariul ha done them. Thte Is the best proof ol the valiia otCardul. It proves that Cardul It a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or drug ia Cardul. It is composed only of mild, medldaal Ingredients, with no baa habit-forming after-effec- ts. THE MOST DANGEROUS erg-an- Rockcastle Circuit Court. STKPHKNS & MUNCKY, DISEASE i 1 ' TAKE PLENTY OF FRESH . G. S. Griffin, MeatsGroceries CARDUI The Woman's Tonic You con rely on Cardul. Surely It will do for you what It hat done lor so many thousands ol oftcr women! It should hilp. "I was takes lick, seemed to be ," writes Mrs. Mary E.Veje, ef Madison IjelghU, Va. weak, "I got iowa could hardly walk . . . Juat daggered around. 1 read ol Cardul, aad after taking one bottle, or belore taking quite all, 1'kM much betttr. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that tune, and wxs able to do my work. I take It in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, aad I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardul. EVERY ONE KNOWS EVERY ONE KNOWS B ON JK - ROWN . A MAIN o ST. TIMELY SUGGESTION. r , v. vviuiaiiiB rni. LAW r- ROCKCASTLECIRCUIT COURT. Missouri Patterson) Plaintiff, Gaurdian, etc., vs: Commissioner's Sale. Dovio Ramsey, &c, Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at tho February Term, 19I9, thereof, in the above cause, I bhall proceed to offer for, sale at tho court bouso door in Mt. Vernon Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at pubie auctloi, on Mondy March 17th, i9i9, being rogula, County Court day for said county, botweon the hours of 9 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six months, tho following described property, to-wi- t: 1 ... n l 1 ... V &S ( The next time you have a cough or cold tiy Chamberlain's MT VEHNON.KY Cough lioineljjr. It Is pleasant Bauk of Mt. Vernon, on$ to tako and you are sure to bo uaurcn hi. opcciai atten yf pieaseu witn tno roller which it tion given collections, fa affords. This romedy Has a 'pnonb 8o V j wide reputation for Its cures of t coughs and colds. ATTOUNEY-AT OFFrCE.-Onacd.floorofX Ono house and lot located in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Co. Ky., and known as the Mt. Vornon a I l "B Telephone Exchange property, whLh has a two story building thereon, and is bounded on the north by a let owned by J. J. Lawrence; on the east by Will , All Druggists i. Plaintiffs, vs : commissioner's sale. Susan Patterson, EmmeitQuinn. &c, Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of salo of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered ut the February Term, i9iq, thereof, in tho above canse, I shall pro ceed to offer for salo at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky , to the highest and best biddor, at public auction, on Monday, March 17th, 1919, being reg- ulur county court day lor said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m and 3 o'clock p m., upon a creditof six months, the following described property or so muou thereof as will produce the sum of $30.46, with in. terest from the nth day ol July, 1914, until paid, subject to a credit of $15 00 paid Dec. 30, 1914, and the cost of this action: A tract ot land located in Rockcastle County, Ky , near Livingston, aud bounded as follows: Beginning at two poplars and a black oak standing on tho north of Urjah Grosbam's house, about one mile from same: thenco S 76 poles crossing tho State road at 15 poles to two white oaks: thence 66 W 8t poles to a stone at tbo root of a fallen whito oak; thenco Nor)h 133 poles to a stake; thence to the containing 50 acres, more or less. Excluded from this tract of land is tbo amount gold James Whltaker by Susan Patterson, Sept. 2, i9i3 For the purchase price the purcbasrr must oxecuto bond with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the forco and effect of a judgment. Bid. ders will be propared to comply promptly with these terms. - Kind out what the trouble l without delay. Whenever you reel nervous. weak, dluy, surfer from sleeplessness, or have pains In the back wake up ot oho. Your kidneys need help. These are slams to warn you that your kidneys are not performing; their functions properly. They are only halt dolnr thilr work and are allowing1 Impurities to accumulate and be converted Into uric acid and other polnons. which are cauilne you distress and will destroy you unless they are driven from your system or tn human body are o no Oet some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil important to health and Ions ur as the Capaulcs at once. They are an old, tried kldntra. When they alow ud nnd com preparation mance to lag In their duties, look outl usJ all over the world (or They contain only oils combined with g and herbs, well known and used by phyal-tlaIn thalr dsJly practice. GOLD IIKDAL Haarlem Ol) Capsules are direct from the laboratories In Holland. They are convenient to take, and will either give prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Ask for thwn at any druir store, but be sure to net the original Imported a OLD MI1DAL brand. Accept no substitutes. In imiliagea. Three sUes. centuries. aoQthlnt; " Btrength-Klvlnt,system-cleansin- tasftaAakmMsttMkTKMsnbMkaarax! KiSZZXZ f KT:Dt t I --JXZZSH B The 2XEZ2XI Cash Store BRODHEAD $2XH2XT WE HAVE A FULL LINE Mechanics' Overalls Shirts. Clothing & Shoes VULCAN & AVERY PLOWS BINDKRS TWINE. MOWERS. RAKES AND REPAIRS. BRINLEY HARDY WAGON'S, ' & MVEKS' PUMPS Call On Us For Anything In Our Lino MRS. J. M. ADAMS Kgpq3a:rcrgrx3:ixZ2?cr.Hi; fob FtiTCHCirs BRODHEAD PSTOS3i G. S. Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. Griffin. HQ.BI. Aa.TLCLBtLkJ rtw uneHHM y f .:.: : I frf i ) .. 4 : 1 . 1 1 1 .. 1 . ii . . ji.. rf 14 .1111.ii 'ii . . 1 Id'f. vfcASM i i q i i M At., J '11 DAY FIGURE MA.lftB.i4' 1919. -- - :; 1 ,t EDDY IS THIS TELLS HOW TO (, fft I A f Dry Goods In aJuiliDii io our complete line of Fresh Vegetables and Groceries we have added a splendid line of In JCOME TAX ING9ME TAX Ort'cr to Bo Helpful to Public Internal Rovenuo Bureau Has Every Available Officer in FielJ. Squarely Up to Every Individual to Get Busy by March 15 or Suffer Penalty. "Don't wnlt until the llnnl due date, March loth, for piijlng your Income Tnx nnd making your return. Avoid the last mlniitu rush. Any person can flcure out his liability today a well as ho can next week, and If there Is any . . . t .. i. ......to Hilulf-- liA'nnti mi.ivv .... v.... POIIII Oil Wlliril lie now get In touch with n Itevenuc man." This word of nihlce Is being given out by Internal Iteienue men. llc turns nnd p.ij mints are being In Kentucky by the following Collectors of Internal Itccnue: Josh T. (Jrltnth. J. lingers (lore. Charlton B. Thompson niwood Hamilton. John W. Hughes. Kory nld of their offlces nnd field forces Is being glen freely to the public. But the Income Tnx men wllljiqt or your pull yoer door-bel- l nrrnt-illnito the Collector's iinnoun'c& meiit. It Is squnrely up to ecry mdl-- j hliinl to figure out tils own ease and to get huy If lie conies within the scope of tlu- - new ltevenue lnw. Did You Earn" This MuchT Kcry unman led pel son who received Income averaging $102.") a week dining 101S and every married couple who Jointly received Income averaging' .t8.Y) n week should seiure at ohce from the nearest Deputy Collector ni the nearest bank a blank Form 1010a That foim contains the Information he will need to enable him to tluiiro his correct net Income and nil tux tliut lie owes the (!ov eminent. Tho law iequles Hint every uiimnr-'i"- l pel son who had a net Income ol sl,(KU) or over and every iiuuri.'d per oii whose net Income was 2lM) 01 iv cr (including the iiiiouie of hasbain' or wife mid the earnings of initio: IiMren, It am) must make j.ji'iun hi or liefor"Jlar.h lfith. And this r 'il coat-tnllv ? j:piiHm-4vn-ttut14.V4!0- tltli neG "Build A Home First" rPlIE slogan . a0 roQ tuO JO J ce 4 tit &() co . fifi CO Dry Goods Men's, Youths and Boys' Overalls for the Inst two yenrslma been "Win the Wnr." We luivo nccompliHliud that, nnd the slogan now is, " Build n Homo," The human heart has no affection more enduring than tho love of home. No normal human being knows the full nieas ure of contentment until ho becomes a dweller within a com-- f ot table home of his very own. are-comin- g :evere penalties if you delay beyond march 15 due d.ite for Imiinie Tnv Willi weeks awuy, Hie otilj a I" on 1018 In of tills mine lias sliu Ifd off with n Imiir. Ci'crjlioily Is flouring Income tax. I'ltyinoiils nml swum Mtntements ol Incoi'i" must reach Internal Hum-huoinis-nn or before March l.'i, nnd there uro sovere penalties for ilollniUt'iicy. Kuslilents of Kentucky should make their returns and pnv their taxes to llic rouri'st of the follow Ihr: Josh T. Orilil.h. Ov.rm.boro; J. ltotfers (lore Charlton B. Thompson, UuiNvllle; ; Klvvood Hainlltoii. taxing-tun- ; Covlnt-'toJohn W. Hushes. Danville. Tny your Income Ta ly March in," Is the slogan of the Intel nal IIuumu, which has sent every uvalluhlc otllcer Into the i'ehl to help the public to underMiind the requirements and to prepiue the returns. Who Must Make Return. It Is estimated that many thousands of single and married pel sons In this section of the United Ftntes who June neer before, made annual returns are this year. rennlred to do Income tax returns must bo made between now nml March 1." by persons who tome under the following elasslll Hit-ft-s n Itev-riiu- o 'jOfl aca 4 3 14 o & ILLIWBRY - The boys who have borne the blunt of tjo war's hardships back with a new and deeper love for hoiib. If the question were put, to them thoy would answor unanimously, " Build a Home First." a e0 te ff9 00 ee.f ?JO oai 1 J.B.CU(V:1INS On West Main Street .aaaaaaaaaaaaa-) , On tins seco'id Hour, my (laiightor. Miss Mfty hello Cummins lias a full lino of Ladies nml Children's Heady Tiii...ned Hats. .- - I am endeavoriug to make my office the center for reliable advice in building and repairing Come in and see mo My experience and best judgment is at your servico Remember, I have a very complete lino of building material in stock, and am able by buying in car load lots to make you money saving prices. If yon need wood fiber plaster or Portland Cement, I have just received a car, Stop and THE a winning first move S. T. PROCTOR battle of life Is made when saving begins. It will educate you jmandallyJbyder. that will insure success, comfort and happiness. Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. veIdoinFf raits"" Bank of Mt. Vernon USE White Fawn 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. Any unmarried person whose 1018 net Income was $t,00! or oer. w I'douer.s, iIvihtcps nml :nnr-rlepersons ulio are llln apart from -their huslmr,tkv-- r Inn poses oflhlTIiicome'Tax" classeirns unmurrled. Any man led person living with wife or husband whose 1018 net Income uns The Income of boll $'J,OOD or oer. husband and wife must he consldeieil together with the earnings of nilnoi (hildren. If any. Revenue Bureau Offers Aid. Hiich person In the United State .tint Is In either of these cliissllhatloi iniiU get busy nt once If penalties m to be nvolded. He Miould secure blank Form 10 to A for reporting ni I Im'Aine up to lf.Ot)0, or 1'orin his net Income exceeded that amouu Tonus are being distributed by Coll' tors nml their Peputles. nlso bv I'.y following the Instruction forms n correct return can he at home. If n person needs r uld, the Deputy Collectors In will furnish this without cha The new Iteicnue law phice? sunn Tnv ilniv nn rltlzens nnc Jents. The Internnl Ileenue Ilu.. s sond'ng Us nieii to work right wit the public to get the tnx nnd the n tuins In. With active very tnx due Mnrch 15 will he paid ml eery let urn required by lnw will be In the K..rmie otllces on time. Exemptions Are Allowed. A s'ni'le pel miii Is allowed a personal exemption of Sl,0(JO. If he Is support-luIn hN household relatives who are dependent upon him he may claim the status of the head of a family wliolias the same exemption ns If married. A married person who lives with wife or husband Is allowed n personnl exemption of $I!,000. The hend of a family Is entitled to claim a similar personal exemption. An additional exemption of $200 Is allowed for each pen-ounder eighteen or Incnpahle of keif support who was dependent upon and received his chief support from the taxpuyer. A husband nnd wife living together are entitled to hut one personal exemption of $2,000. If they make returns the exemption may be claimed by either or divided. Accuracy Required. Absolute accuracy Is necessnry In making up Inconio figures. Any per. son who Is working for wages should find out oxnetly how much he received during the whole year 111 18. Fees, bank Interest, bond Interest, dividends, rents received nnd nil other Items Mero must bo report d correctly. guesses nre not nccepted, for they are unjust nllku to tho tnxpnyer nnd tho Government nnd defeat the proper administration of tho law. vU4s-nr-fjjr---t10-1g sep-nral- o cations: he person owes a tax. Taxable Income. Individual must Include undei :ros Income nil gains, protlts and In onio derived fioiii salaries, wages 01 'ompensntioii for personal sen lie o .hatever kind and In whatever for: al'd or from professions, vncatlonj n'.slness. sales or dealings In propcit .f all kinds. Interest, rent, dlvlderd ir proills derived from any sourr. ivhntever. Very few Items of Inconi- are exempt. Deductions Include ordinary nnd necessary business expenses, Interest pub or accrued on Indebteilness, taxes lill kinds except Federal Income an. xi ess proills taxes and assessment! j'ouil beneflts, loes nctuullv sus irl il.il.tu RUfiirfnlnpil to he Will'tll t;d deprevi.illfjii on bulhl'ngs. An ;,"Utury.;-'v.j!'.: has set for itself in the conduct ot its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances. INCOME TAX 13 TRULY POPULAR The Normal Department izzzzzz: of the zzzzzzz Mt. Vernon Graded and High School Is Now In Session .... All the subjects embraced in the Conpjion School Curriculum aro offered. Special work will bo given in Agriculture and Kuril's "Tho Science- aud Art of Teaching" Students may enter at any timo. Tuition Review Course $3,C0 a month. High School $4.00 "Tho payment of Income taxes ttikcs on u now slgulllcuuce, which should bo understood by every citizen. The taxutlon system of this country Is truly popular, of tho penplo, by tho people and for tho people. Kvery citizen Is llnblo to tar, nnd the amount of tho tax 4s graduated nciordlng to the success nnd fortune attained by ench fnjlhldunl In availing himself of the opportunities created ,and preserved by our fien Institutions. Tho method nnd degree of tl'o tnx Is determined by no favored class, hut by tho representatives o the people, 'file proceeds of the tnx should be regarded aa a national . Investment."- - Daniel C. Itoper, Commissioner of Internal Hove-- A nue. A (lier dfductloii Is allowed for, to uiiporalions operated $t .rgious, charitable, sclentlllc or ctlu cntloiuil purposes or for the. prevcntloi of cruelty to children or nnlnitits ufai amount not exceeding lfi per cent ot the tiixpajer't: net income ns'computei without the heiielit of the contrlhiitloi deduction. The tnpnyer Is not nllovved to ile duct nny personal, living or fnmllj ex pense, nny amount spent for ituprovlii pioperty or making good Its exhau-tlofor whicli nu allowance Is claiuie under depioclnth n. Figuring theTax. Before figuring tho normal tns th dividends aro deduct en as credits froi net Income, toge.her with exemption. As In previous years, dlv dends of domestic corporations nr v enipt from normal tux when receive by the stockholder. The normal lax rates for cttr?i"' nnd residents are as follows: On i of net. Income In excess first the credits the rate ls'0 per cent; i nny further taxable Income tho rnte 12 per cent. The surtnx ratea npply to net Ir come of eaih Individual In excess i TImj peisonnl exemption am $5,000. tho dividends nre not deductllile befnr computing surtax. In the case of re turns by husband nnd vlfe.JJjn tie Income of each Is considered sepurati ly In computing nny surtax Hint ma be due. Form 1010 should be used to making returns of net Inconio exceed Ing ?S,(XK, nnd tho Instructions on will show how to figuro the sur tax. Buslnesi Houae Returns. Kmployers and others who pah vvnges, salaries, rents. Interest or slui liar determinable rains In an ntiiouu of $1,000 or over during 1018 to iiu person must lllo nn lufonnntlon muri with the Government. Blnnks tixnj b secured from the Collector. Kvery partnership must file a rtituni showing Its Inconio nnd dcductlona and fho nnmo and nddress of each part'ier vvltli his shnro of the profits or buses during the past yenr. Personal sendee corporations will tile similar Information for 1018. n thn-for- uaatftffisflr Jp s ff this institution is one of helpfulness. of . The spirit We should like to number you amoung our patrons. PEOPLES RANK PUBIC SALE On Tuesday, March 25th On the FARM of G. W. MARLER NEAR BROMO POST OFFICE KNOWN AS THE H. G. SUTT$J FARM We will offer for Sale to the highest bidder the following: 2 good Brindlc Marcs, 7 and JO years old, known as the Mode Hamm lviares, ' INCOME TAX PAYS FOR PUBLIC BENEFITS.' "Viewed In Its largest and truest aenae, the payment of taxes Is payment for "bentnts received or expected. Only frmn a narrow and essentially 'selflih and shortslchted viewpoint' ma the Individual propose' to himself the evasion of Ur'lishllltjr aeHon." as a desirnble-connDaniel O. Roper, ConmlsitoD. er of Internal Revenue. . .... xvho ycydxD b. W. BETHURUM ATTCHNBY AT UW MT VHHNON. HV. DR. WALTER The World moves, and he stands either (rushed or lejt behind. still is y(Dyycxc Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Wijl practice in all the courts. Office ou Church Street & MT. Dentist Office .' Over inters 2i Young Jacks, 2;and 3 years, old The, 2Tyearrold Jack is, 5 hands high, . One Mqler Cplt 1 Cattle. 7 head of Milch Cow. J Herf prd Bull nice Herf ord Heifer, will be fresh in a few days, 2 Farm Wagon, new with bed complete GraiaDrill and Disc,, Superior Corn Drill, Some Hay, Abo,ut4Q0fehelsoflCorn, some Plows, and other Farming TqoIs; J Buggy,and Harness, new Oil Stove, 3 burners, 1 Sewing Machine About half of this Lumber is About 200 feet of New Lumber, Weather Boarding. Some new Wagon Tongues and Coupling Poles. ,2-vear-old -old Baker's u. a. 5 Wagon Bed Patterns, complete. )S) VEKNON, ENTlfcKY TERMS All under on, Dankuble note. cash ia band, all over f 10 a credit of nix months will be given CASTORIA 9A3TOR ( 'Children Ory F0K FLETCHER'S A G.W.Mcirleti H.CBIanton T"T" MsjfsMatMtBkMalaiu ?Twfr ' -- ' VR,- - l -- Mt. Vernon Signal John Mt. Vkbnon Ky, Mar 14, 1919 un-r:- 4. eaeaBEsaeaacssaepaBfli PotoLear and the family of - fe 79 oaolint toOomra wltti BIONAL p "No. 7" 76 Boyd, of the Hiatt section, have the flu. '. 0' Bryan Overall are tbo best, thereforo the cheapest in tho long run. Get thorn at Fish's. HPor the men and bovs who rido horseback we bavo a full llneof Riding Pants and Leggings. louitvn.lt 4 Nashviilc R. W. Co. Lot the Ford solve your travelWhy not buy a Ford now? ing problems. , They won't bo any cheaper. FOR SALE: An extra good It doesn't matter where you want to go, whenyou want to go milch cow, now giving. or how long you want 16 stay, We a day. Call at this office. arc always on tho job. Call Garage and remember wo have new, clean cafe, in good repair with good drivers. k Uk m IMffiffliffllWIffl! TIME TABLE. 22 nortfl 24 north ...'.. 28 south 21 4.57 p 8:35 am jouth I AS. 12:35 pm 12:45 am Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. EnUred at the Mt Vernon, Kr. Postofle. u ttcondciu. mall matter. PERSONAL -- August Krouger is slowly improving. Sherman Perciful is hote from Walllns Greek. n The small child of Henry is very sick. Willis McKenzio is in Jackson county trading. Miss Jo Davis has been very sick during the week. For Sale: Poultry farm, 12 Mrs. Rose Came is visiting acres, with good buildings, good her sister, Mrs. K. Miss '.Tnelma Wullin. of near spring. 2i miles from Mt Vernon, 3 miles from Brodhead on Crab Orchard, is visiting here. pike. Will sell cheap if sold at Geo. Frederick Jr., was down once. from Pineville during the week. J. L. Nickuby, Mrs. Wells, of Casey county, is 405 South Alabama, visiting k&r niece, Mrs. Sam Cox'j i . . ... .. wr"w. J. Brown, of Urab orcuard, 4t, :::?irwrttnJy""eWHg-fl(rarT Everything sold at good prices Joe McKenzio is at Crab Or- at H. C. Bowman's sale out on the chard where he has a building Brodhead road Tuesday. Farmcontract. ing fools went high but the limit Jesse Debord Is home a few was reached when twojfairly good days from Louisville where he looking ewes sold for $57.50. Jim bus a good position. Brock, of the Hiatt section, T. (J. O'Mara has gone to the bought the sheep and we under Oil fields to work for the .Rock- stand was offered $60 for them and not move them. castle Oil & Gas Co. was called Mrs. Grover Sowder James H. Griffin and Miss to Pittsburg yesterday on account Maude Reynolds, of the Wildio of the death of her aunt. section were married at the home Miss Nola Jones, of Winches of the bride last week and left tcr, wrs tho guest of Miss Ethel immediately 'for Chicago where theywilrbefoVa few Azbill They will reside at Sloan, Little Ardeth Wallin, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oacai Ky., where Mr. Griffin is L. &N. Agent. These are fine young Wallin has been very sick. people and wo join with a host of The small child of Mc. and Mrs. T.J. Niceley which has been their friends in congratulations. Bryan Graves, son of John very sick for tho past week is Graves, of the Hansford section, hotter today. Mrs. Anna E. Miller will leave died Tuesday morning at the Natomorrow for an extended visit val Hospital, Great Lakes, III. with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Johnston His remains are expected to ar rive and will be laid to rest in Chicago. near Hansford. Bryan Graves Mrs. Francis, and daughter, leave April was an excellent yoang man and Mrs. J. D. Oats, will volunteered bis. service to his 1st for Monticello where they country about three or four will spend tho summer. weeks ago. He had only been at Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Mullins the Training Station a few days were up from Withers Wednesuntil ho contracted pneumonia. day and stated their son, Willio,. All Soldiers and Sailors have is in New York enrouto home boeu voted a $60.00 bonus by oversea set vice. from Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McClnfe Congress. Some have been send wore here from Berea Wednes ing In copies of thur discbarg day. They .had been to JPittsburg to got bonus, but this will uot do. In order to get tho bonus the to attend tho burial of Mrs. discharge papers must be sent in sister. and wlrero the original (discharge Stanley Payne was over from papers hive been lost the original Conway yesterday and reports order for discharge must be sub out- - two ot the L. & N cutting mitted. The correct address is tho operators at Snyder leaving ' Zone Finaucier Officer, Lemon only one man on duty from 9 a. Building, Washington, D. C." T in. to 5 p. ni. A delightful birthday party was Oaier. Chesnut arrived from Iowa Tuesday morning with bride given by Bernard Franklin last of only a few days, who Is a wesU Saturday night. Those who at They are with his tended wore: Misses Julia and ern girl. Louiao Landrum, Dorothy and b mother, Mrs. Anderson on Lucille Albright, Lillian Fields, street. Davis, Lillian Griffn, Edna Jas. Morris. John Lair,. Charley Gertrudo Minnihan, Lorine Mul "Sport" Klrby, Willie Smith, lins and Kuby Cooper. Messrs. Everett Watson, Jim Hibbard, Jack Crawford, Frank Richards, Leroy Hamilton, Robert Weaverr William Sparks, Albert Cooper, ftobort Childress and Maurice Russell Niceley, Bently Mullins, Phillips are some of tho boys who and Bornard Franklin. have recently been discharged Jack Fish There has been organized here from the service and are at homo Judge L. W. Betburum and a Boy Scout organization with Couuty Clerk S. P. Bowman were about twenty boys as members, In Frankfort last Saturday for whose ages run Irom twelve to tho purpose of going before tho eighteen, with S. F.Bowman as State Board of Equalization to Scoutmaster. They met Tuesday psk thathe raise mado on Rockr night and took tho Scout oath, castle be taken off or at least re- which is as follows: "On my honduced. They were successful In or I will do ray best and do my gotting $50,000 of the raise ro. duty to God and my country, and to obey tho Scout law. To leased. help other people at all times; LOCAL To keop myself physio'ally strong mentally awake, and morrally Can you afford to do without straight." When any member one. fulls to live up to this promiso Tub Bryant Gakaob. he ceases to be a Scout and must For Balk: Buff Leghorn eggs. hand over his badge. This is a $.1.00 per setting of fifteen. good organization and we hope Mrs. Arthur Coffey, e the parents will lend their Mt. Vernon, Ky. in the matter and help make better men of our boys. ar-roox. American, French and German Helmets along with "the newest Spring styles in Swann Hats may bo seen in Fish's windows. Adam Bryant Jr., has bought alicut !35 acres of land from K. J. MoKinnoy near Brod head.! Price, not given, This is part or tho land purohased by McKinnoy a yer ago from Jerry Frith. you want a Ford, you know t is the best car for you to have. Some day jou mean to buy one. but why not now? The Ford car ll far cheaper to day than ever peforevwhen you consider th jrue Value of the dollar. P. C. Rupley Jr., was killed and Leo Rupley and Eave Ken nedy were seriously Injured in an automobile crashjiear Lancaster yesterday. H. 0. Rupley Jr., lived in St Louis and was visiting relatives at Stintord. W( Ashland Lodge No. 610, F. & A. M., will meet in stated in the D Masonic Hall Monday evening, March 24th 07:80 o'clock for balloting on cap'didates for K. A, degree. A lecture will bo delivered by our P. M., Rev. H. T. Ypuruj, on Masonry. We expect tho hall to be tilled to standing room. Visiting Brothers .cordially invited. R. H. Miller, Master., J. A. Landrum, Sec'y, CASH GROCERY STORE miti's per bag DOLLY VARDEN FLOUR $1.30 . To Taxpayers p Rockcastle County: plain why the election called bv me insoai court of this countv for the purpose of voting a 20 cent road tax has been called off. The Road Commissioner, Mr. Wiley, and hisDistrict Engineer, Te MEAL 75C perbag KARO SYRUP 80c per gal. i This article is intended to ex- MEAT,, 22c per lb. LARD 25c per lb. NEW LINE OF .. - ovidentlv missunderstood t hje meaning of the 20 cent road tax, and issued literature to the effect that this tax could be used on any county rood and in any Magisterial District and get, the benefit of State Aid, or $3 00 for one. Believing that the Jtoad Commissioner was correct in his understanding of the law,' and being ur'eJ by.Mj'.J.g.hriso, the .District Engineer, the Fiscal Court oftlledi FISHING TACKLE NOW ON DISPLAY Reels. Casting Rods, Minnow Seins, Ikies, Spinners, etc. Dress Up TIME - FRESH MEAT Twice a Week Pi-ea- sh aod Sav- -. the dnring-tbe'wekft- --- since then fuVtber investigation has been mado'and we discovered that tho 20 cent road tax is an additional tax and no State Aid can be obtained by the expenditure of y mis tax unless tt is used on seat, or State" Aid roods. The court bod promised, the .people not to increase the tax and that the fund thus secured would be used on all the' roads of the countv and State Aid obtained thereby for all the roads, but finding that the Commissioner and his Engineer were, in error, we thought best not to have the election, but (proceed as heretofore under the general levy; We .find that if the. money thus secured under the general levy, is used on seat, or State Aid roads, we will obtain the benefit of StateAid; or $3 00 for one. r furthermore, on investigation we tind that the law, on Applica tlon by the county through the Fiscal Court, permits the State to construct the seat. or State Aid roads by the use of inter-countintor-count- y inter-count- y GET THEM AT You can't wait until Easter before you get your spring clothes this year. The spring season: will be weHundrfwjyr; """" ggjQ 'y U5ii"3"fy isscliecl "utecf. -- IrVA-?.- A , DiummooiTs NGSTON llilliiipiiilliljiljji: LI VI That's why we completed our spring suit, displays earlier than usual. All of the very latest styles in Clothing, Our CFienfeT Brows but k- - ! m. Hats, Shirts, Shoes and Furnishings, many models designed in effects, are shown here now. Dress-Updisplays. " W1 Special. "after-tbe-war" Not Upon Promisee Upon Performances WE ARE PIONEERS IN convict to-da- y , ed for under tho eeneral State Aid Road Law. The Fiscal Court at a meeting held last Tesday, not only called off the 20 cent road election, but made aunlicn- tion to tbo Road Commissioner to finish the inter county as provided by that Jaww'So it is the intention of be Fiscal Court to gp on with this road work and have the State to finish the State Aid roads this year. 'seat-roads which labor, will be charged to the eounty out of the pro rata state Aid to which the couuty will be entitled by reason of paying the 5 cents tax provid- Dry CFeamnj .and Dyeing In business PROMPT since 18.16 DELIVERIES zs--' jMmHiHmmM.tri?m " SilfiAwma0&hs BETWEEN THE BANKS THE CASH STORE The TeasdarTe Co, 625;627 Walnut Street 1 July 18, we arrived in South Hampton, England and embarked ontthe ship St. George, when we crossed tho English Channel arriving in Cheroburg, trance July 19, 3:30 a. m. July 20 tho U2 ammunition train loaded on train for Southern Franco; in Villenawe D. Amon.July 23; pitched camp on a French! Chatton near Pont Do La May, Aoe. 2. We hiked from Pont Do La May to Camp Shuge, one of the largest artillery camps in France. Our train left Camp De tiauge Sept. 28 for somo where near the front, passing through Bordean, Pargmont. Vhgon, Orleans, Pans, Chateau Thierry, landing and unloading at Mussy Oct 1, camping in billets. The trip was made on traln. We left Vasslng cart driving ovor-lanto Revingory whore wo loaded on train, landing in Faurad Oct. 10. Camping throe kilometers north of Pampey in the woods leaving tho woods near Pampey Oct 14, arriving in Marabank billetlnif In old Theater. Wo left Marbaush Oct. 22 and In Mouas Gort, camping in tbo woods on. tho St. Charles Farm Oct. 26. We moved to Amplimont near St. Mihiel, traveling on land. Oct. 29 wo movod to Ambly near the Verdun front and this is where we are now. I heard the lost gun fire. I was out grazing the mulos when tho firing stopped and the band begin to play America and I. must say it sounded good. We are now living in France up stairs. I wOl close with love and best wishes to all, so good bye. 3akl F. Lkxsb. 132 Am. Tr. Co. 0. Am. Ex. Forces. ar-rive- CINCINNATI. OHIO PERUNA A2su FOR EFFECTS Read His Letter "I have suffered for the last two winters with that terrible dl.easr. LnRrlype. Havlnr often heard of the Kreat value of I decided to try It. I have only wieil four buttle and I do not now havo any bad effects from the Urlppe as It has Just ubout entirely disappeared, and my eeueral heal Ik la good. I am satisfied that Peruna Is a remedy, and I do most heartily endorse and recommend It for LaQrlppe." Pe-lu- na (Jam Judge, Rockcastle County. The Camp Fire Girls, Miss Aultman Captain, had a very pleasant outing Wednesday.They hiked to Sand Springs, went through the mines, hod lunch on the way and hiked back home btforo dark. They traveled in all about nine miles and some of them were pretty tired, yet they feel that the days outintr was worth all tho energy and effort that It cost. They are planning a weeks outing on tho Cooner farm near the river in May. There are eighteen members of he Camp Fire Girls and they are certainly a jolly bunch. Miss Gibson, ot Langdon Memorial School, accompanied the girls on their hike Wennesday. Don't wait. until spring but give us your order now and wo prom ise you prompt delivery. Mullins, Mc-Ulur- EARL LEECE WRITES FROM FRANCE uec. lo, 1918. Mr. and Mrs. G. Leece, Crab Orchard, Ky. Dear Father and Mother: This morning whilo thinking of you I will try and write you a few lines. This leaves mo feeling fine. 1 weigh about 200 lbs, so you may know I am feel, ing good. I hope you aro well. 1 havo just took a bath and washed my clothes. We havo a good place to stay now. It is not cold hero Jyet. The ground has only been frozen once, so you cap seo bow cold it Is. It rains lots hero. Wo may move from hero soon. Well, I guess vou aro done gathering corn. I had a letter from Sig a few days ago. He was going to begin husking corn the next week. I hope the flu is checked by aow . We sit aroundtbe flro at nights and talk about home. We think we will be home by Mareh or April. That is our belief, of course we cant '.toll We bavo plenty of good warm clothes. I will telly ou the names of tome of tbo places I have been since I came to Franco. We were in Halifax the 4th of July and from thero we wont to Liverpool, Eng. land on the ship Rhesus, camp Ing in England's rest camp, Knotty Ash. Leaving Camp July 16, 3 p. m., by railroad ar. riving in Camp Moon Hill near Winchester, England's Eaglish rest camp on July 17, 3 p, m OF LA GRIPPE Franklin St.. Ilrazll, Indiana, has a word or cheer for sufferera from LaOrlppe and Its results. Liquid or Tablet Form Void Kverynhere Mr. George E. Law, 13Mi d North t ( Vfon-drrf- ul Now-com- YOU SHOULD KNOW - d PIIIT tt tt 4t - U TAT KY. OF LIVINGSTON. security. Has never permitted overdrafts,. loaned money on worthless told a customer we did not have the money on a note, y. hen ar-riv- Tub Bryant Garack. S. T. Proctor has the contract to build R. H.'Hamm' new brick residence at Brodhead. He wil begin work by April 1st. Strayed: A black sow pig weight about 50 pounds-- Has 2 or 3 white feet. Reward for . asked for a loan. forclosed a mortgage or sued failed to help a customer if within our power. ' re-tur- n. tt YOUK Bob. Taylor. Wanted:-To ,. rent for the NEIGHBOR DANKS WITH US, ASK HIM. assls-tanc- Castleton Club, a good phonograph and records. See or write Ralph Griffin, Mt. Vernon. Ky. Fou Salb: Chevorolet In first class condition and can bo bought worth tho money. Call at this office. auto-mobilo. STATE YET FIRSTTWO YEARS OLD BANK ' NOT CASTORIX CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S twsv. I ' - 'tt' t . 2tfl lfcuti AfcjfcwL. BLinri.2D FHir.'T Vj GSmst xmsztaj iu.BagSus&A&5B ni,d am now ill court GEORGE ALLEN Lit'flei shurgGermany and I the bad boui middle of .in 11111 ju: - in (jKini.ixr Somewhere in Gcitnany. Januarv 15, ioo Dear mother: II )r I Will jnswor your It was very have just leceivod old. It was wVttcn Aliquot 29. hut )oukmiw I wnsglnd to pet it. I urn well and hope you all aro the same. I will toll you whero I have been. I was only here two weeks until 1 wont In trenches, but I was lucky. I didn't get a scratch, but I suro did have so mo close calls I otton thought I would novor seen the old states again. I havo scon tlieni killed from my sido. 1 often thought of you and Mrs. Scott when I was lying in tho mud up to my knees, dodging machine guns Mamma, I knew you and Mrs Scott wore- praying for me, and I believe your prajers were with me. i'ou don't know how a poor boys mipd will lead out to different thoughts when he is expecting to get killed at any time. Any ono can be a soldier i'i tho old states, but it means something to be a, soldier over hero in Franco. I tell y.ou 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 goodbye. Thatstuclc me deeper than anything, but I can say this the tlmo is coining when 1 can 1 - a bootloggor.who or acqtii ted having some time I can't say need app v 10 them for thdr er No feel tint ourlnwycis when I will come home. How N ifes Omer by im comprint to mtiko a living papa, I.te, Clara and now? I must close 111 ii is time out of their profession without to fjotj bod. Answer soon and irrupting this cinssof nisos.itutt t r tl:c think of the matter us a long letter. loving son, wo ce it, thee discs nio not Your from 11 legal s uudpiint OkokokW Ai.t.im. JTIicu) Is nothing ahoiit.dofi'iiit. 80th Co. 1 356 Inf. American K. F. ,ing a bootlegger tint sh'ws the g.il tuleut of any lawyer, nt.d P. S. Tell every body to writo in nine out of every ten cities aro and give nil my love. Toll Lh" simply a matter of producing cvi leiujc that would make a Grovcr mid Bob to write me. shadow of an cxeuso for ncqnit-tir- g There is moro Catarrh in this ihe defending on the grounds section of the country than till The re of a reasonable d. ubt other diseases put oclhcr, and for ycirs it was upposed to lo maining part of the legal ability prescribed t.eccssary is to study the men Doctors incurable local remedies, and by constant summoned on the jury and find ly failing to euro with local treat comment, pronounced it incurable that the jury accepted is is a local dusoase, greatly posed of men inclimd lobe symCatarrh influence 'y constitutional con pathetic with any fellow man who dinoua and therefore requites is in trouble, and one who servcoiHiitutio11.1l treatment. Hall's ing in oth-- i oses has proved to Catarrh Medicine, nntinfacturud by V f. Cheney & Co , Toledo, the sat sfat'tiiin of the law j or for they aro Ohi , a constitutional remedy, the defendant th.it is tuk 11 internally ami acts thru strong on a loisonahle dntibt I the HI od on the Mucous Sur suppose to be ethical to a clknt, faces, f the System. One Hun- when a law or las accepted a dred Hollars reward is offered case, it is his duty to pick a jurv 1 for r n jenso that Hall's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for which ho behoves will decide in circulars and testimonials. favor of his client. The lawjor F. .1. Cheney. & Co., Toledo, O. cannot he criticized for so doing, Sold by druggists, 75c. but wo do believe that the law Hall's Family Pills for constipa yers of this county should bo in lion. mh I 1 ,5,000 Anti-Bootlegging tell you all hello again. I long for ,.&. feoldte.4ia3--- .jrt Mamma, about me, that sweet day. Listen, don't you all worry don't you even think. I ah n?. having tfgbtiS Wme ' Wtttr-trrrie'lTr.- Committee terested in the general w chare of the county to ,such an extent that thov would jointly agree not lo accept these cases, and thereby avoid the need of being placed in nn attitude of being a Wanted. Men or women to party to framing up reasonable take orders umoi.g friends and . atl ihe nnnual payroll U nearly $5,000,000. There nre iqn inn. c'. inM, til- - largest uitmlcr of such ma.'lunes assembled at any one place In the world Theio nre I59 presses omplojod and 701) electric motors, Tho equipment of tho plant is vnltud A 2 Coo.ni o Tho typo metal cast lut'o ingots each tiny ainoun s 10 twelve and n half torn. The equipment also includes near- ly one hundred luiutypo macliltioi, live of which aro located in the branch printing section nt tho Library of emigres The bind ory contains about 0110 hundred machines of tho latest approved typo" for tho various operations in the modern binding process. So much for llu: plant, Tho ligures of output aro equally For example umaziug. buo.ooo typo pages are set in a ear, and this number of typo piges is said to bo greater iliaii tho annual output of ill! the book publishing houses in the Uniud States, l.ast joar ao,i 17,1171 public itious were wirestitched and !.',( ju,i,!JS books bound. These bound books, it placed end lo end, would cover u of 400 miles. The distance speeches annually printed for Members of Cougrcbs 1. umber approximately 25,000,000. Thoqu.ntuyof frunkud governmental mail (largely printed mat tor) received each day by tho Washington City post otlicc is estimated at 150 tons Koviows of Reviews. upo-sottlng inn-chii'- ; persons ,f-- &. ' ! mimm : J Q -- ? & tm j-- " j tf,'ilfofit o i urn mii tiwdw urtwtf Demobilization Conference There will be a Conference held at the Court House in MT. VERNON ; 1 March 18 th & 19th .- - i The purpose is to improve the social condition of the community life. THERE WILL BE THREE SESSIONS EACH DAY, 10 a.m. to J2M as follows: 2p.m. to 4p.m. 7:30 p.m.' to 9 p.m. The State Y. M. C. A will furnish three men for this conference Mr. D. H. Lyon will be here as Secretary of this District. Chaplain S. -- rir any body, when there' is isn't any war. Believe me it was some darn looking time Nov. 10. We crossed the Meuse river and went over on tho Huns We captured 'three Germans that night and they told us that the war was over at n o'clock, but we didn't believe them until the Suns quit tiring, bin it took all of that to show Kaiser Bill where he stood. We were in one hundred yards of tho Germans whon the guns stopped firing Wo sure have canned the Kaiser. Well, I'll tell you where I am. I came through France, Belgium and In laat veec' sT Issue, wo re- - lUmiosj Cjmsciejiiiuiisxifjwrti ported some "cases which suouiuia jury in order to retain jury- be of general interest to the peo-- men who are more willing to ho plo interested in suppressing tho' licve tho story of the defendant sale of whiskey. Special interest and his friends, than to believe should be directed to tho number the witness who in' the vast maof cases acquitted that were rep. jority of cases is forced to toti resonted by attorneys. This fy in tho case. Tho nieu who bears out tho theory that it is buy whiskey in this county do more in the hands of tho lawyers' no't voluntarily go and indict the' ot this county than any ono else, muri who sells them tho whiskey and it they will persist in deftnd-ing bootleggors who have a Court lTm, r.OVKRNMHNrT PRINT-record, wo will continue to have 1NG OFli'ICE. the guilty go unpunished, so the pressure should be kept up and Tho Government printing itself occupies thirteen and endeavor'should be mado to havo f acres of ground in tho our uforneys sorvo notice on Uity of Washington It employes their clients that no one with a 1 1 o jj Kir t. "i. wnuioii and -- bildreu. hliuuinites darning. Wo pay 50c an hour siaro time or 24 a week for full Unit). I'.xperienCo unnot'ossary vVute, stocking Lnieni itiojiaj n .till .w. . ., .., Mrrrltf7iAn... r.. .. ... Caplain. went into Stafialtisthifrmiter xfrtleirfae interestingthe se vice asMr. Scott He is just back from France and has an message. is minister of the . P. Stapp and the Rev. MrScotLwiJi b&the mincfoalsneak&.kackai" First Christian church at Somerset and is one of the One most interesting soeakers in this oart of the State. O r l'lea-- e rcineiiibcr that this confeivnce is for the whole of Rockcastle Conntv. like it is being held in each county of the State. I PROPERLY FITTED ULASStS AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, If There will be a banquet on Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock. The plates will be 50c each to civilians and FREE to SOLDIERS. During the banquet hour, there will be short speeches many of them by returned soldiers. We hope to have many "civilians at this banquet, but we are very anxious to have all the soldiers of the county as our guests. u yourtjes one-hal- 3MCIMfSUUlf713iX!tBatrwSHCWT9KEAvP'm7TvT' i,,, DR. MOORE, Cnx linlliliiiL', nruithoAlng any Ii04.pl lli linio lo cu ts The Optician Ml Vernon, K. " T f SlT3ePIS8BgHMMWin YOU SHOULD HAVE ONE I to-d- ay N their every country ot the world they are share to make lire more worth living and to raise humanity to a higher plane. g For them the blazing sun of the equator, or the frigid regions of the north, hold no terrors. V chants, doctors, lawyers, farmers, and men in every walfeof 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. 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 safer than you can drive a team of horses and a rig over them. Business, pleasure, time, convenience, recreation and necessity 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 that Regardless of surroundings, their creed is "Service"-- and there are millions of owners who will testify to the fact they are living up to that creed. , The half civilized natives of India finds it to their advantage 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 were doing the lion's share Forging on through mud, wrecks, shell holes and entanglements Going where others dared not venture. 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 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 deliveries then. r I tr 4 Once they were considered an experiment, a rich man's luxury; they are considered a positive necessity. Mer- to-d- ay V : ., Prices F.O.B. Detroit ' Touring Car $525.00 Runabout $500.00 ; Truck Chassis $550.00 . - 0 j gW THE BRYANT GARAGE NEW CARS FOR HIRE ANY TIME, ANY WHERE.-- . i. j GOOD DRIVERS. FIRST-CLAS- S REPAIR WORK. 3jauiLr;aa3'Ssr7r-- :. -