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VERNON, Iw nutt tgill COUNTY,'. KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1919 com for table, so Gladstone forced the substitution of the Treaty of Berlin in I878 for that of San Stefano, by whioh the responsi bility for the Armenians was di vided. This was bad luck for the Armenians, since their sponsors, the concert of Europe, found it impossible to act together. By various efforts at interference thev roused Adbul Hamid's temper and defiance, and thaVirri tated monarch, lite a baft" tempered child with too much pojrer, decided to kill off the harmless subjects in whom o.ther European powers had so inconvenient an interest An outbreak of ghastly massacre was the result.the first ot a series which we saw culml A nated in I915. Now that the theory of the Balance ot Power is bankrupt, we hope for better protection of the Armenian and other small races under the organization of league of Nations. Geographically, Armenia has many advantages for future de velopment. In ancient days it consisted of 500,000 square miles of fertile table-land, ROCKCASTLE NUMBER 25 $$ $$$ $ $$$$$ $$. I HE REAPS 1 A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED and the savings that you get from buying from me will earn you many a dollar that has been going through careless buying TO FILL YOUR ORDER FOR ANYTHING IN Field Seeds and Feed Stuffs therefore, buy our Gold Medal FORMERLY) GERMAN MOSt WHO SOWS Seeds $ $ $ $ WHITE FAWN FLOUR, DOMINO CANE SUGAR, LAUNDRY SOAP, TOILET SOAP per bag, per lb. per bar per bar $1.40 10c 5C 5C ' V HERE ARE A FEW PRICES YOU CANT BEAT MEN'S HATS that sold for one dollar and a half now going for 48c Three Dollar HATS to close out for $1 .48 each. cents Good Work Shirts, the kind you pay one dollar and twenty-fiv- e elsewhere for, ' Golden Red Top ' lVllUcL, Timothy Clover Orchard Grass Seed Potatoes Oats Corn Barley Meal per bu. $3.40 per bu. 2.33 per bu. 6.00 per bu. 27.oo per bu. 5.00 per bu. 1.60 per bir per bu. 1.80 per cwt 3.00 BARGAINS in hundreds of other items. 98c stretching Cau- THE HOUSE OF CUT PRICES from the Black Sea and the 95c casus Mountains to Persia and Syria. This land rises from the sea until it reaches a level of about 8,000 feet, shooting up in Mount Ararat to a snow-cappepeak about z,ooo feet higher than Mont Blanc. The land is fertile, rugged, picturesque, and richm rivers, of which, the Euphrates, Tigris, Pison and Araxes are the chief. These empty their4 d The Bright Spot Just Opposite the Court House W. F. BAKER $$ $$$$$$$$ $$ $ $ $ $ waters into the Caspian and J. JMIEip THE F. Griffin Phone 51 ; ! be-th- Black Sea andJttie Gulf "of. Persia. It is good grazing land and fine for agriculture, prod ucinginelons, grapes, wheat, maize, barley, oats, coth,L rice, sugar; while rich deposits of' coal, silver, iion and other minerals lie undeveloped beneath the surface when the season is at its height, such is the productive power of the soil that two melons are said to be a camel's load. This is the home -- from --which -- tobacnd however, ,fastidious. It also gorges, present remains dignified DIE claims that after the flood the even in ruin. Decorative stone-Ar- k came to rest on Mount Ararat work, sculptures and frescoes most beautiful of snow clad peaks, indicate a culture and art develAbout 1000 B C. history speaks opment of no mean order. But THOUSBY of a district Armenian people in the seventh century arose in dwelling en the table lands near the east the power which proved Ararat, conquered in turn by fatal to many another nations Babylonians the Medes and sides Armenia, and which still Persians, the Selencidae and the lifts its crescent threateningly County Romans, with brief intervals of against the cross the power of The followers the Give $398 independence. wasEven under con- Islam. Mohammed sweptofacross Asked quest, as it understood by Prophet the ancient orientals, the Armen- Europe from Mecca to Gibraltar For Their Relief ians were little interfered with and finally the Ottoman Turk beRockcastle County is asked to as long as they paid the requir- came the dominant race over a vast empire in Europe and Asia. give $398 of the 30,000,000 to be ed tribute. raised for the relief of the ArmenFrom that time to this the ArIn 310 A. D. the interested ians. Rockcastle citizen does the figure of Gregory the Illumina menian has lived under his sway, app al for suffering humanity tor comes brightly into the fore- often peaceably enough, often touch your tender cord? ground of Armenia's mideval uripersecuted, but still separate, of the history, to influence permanently distinct, uuabsorbed, stubbornly Read the brief sketch Armenian people which follows the future character and fate of Christian. The Armenian had no and then satisfy vour own con- her people. Gregory was bap- national state to rally round but science what you should do. tized when a child, married earlv he had a church. In this cling-Many think of the Armeni- and had two sons. When he was ing to the church and thus cling. ans as a set of people always un- caught by the wave of monastic ing to his nationality through dergoing massacre. As fresh ism that swept through Europe centuries lies tbe secret of the news about them appears from in the Middle Ages, felt that he Armenian's success. No outtime to time, we ask ourselves had a vocation and 3ade farewell burst of persecution has sucwondenngly. "Can there still to his wife and the world, for ceeded in shaking nim from his be Armenians left?" The tenacity sook the common ways of men national faith. Through thick and vigor of this by no means and entered a monastery. His and thin, fair weather and foul numerous race is shown in noth- later persecutions, years of prison the Armenian has stuck to his ing better than in this, that even visons and miracles obtained for church. H now, after the last unprecedented him the reputation ot a saint. He In business life the Armenians outbreak of massacre and depor- converted Tiradates the King of were successful. They were also tation, there are still nearly four Armenia and baptized 1000 Ar- industrious farmers and made million survivors scattered in menians. Eight years later Asia Minor a well farmed disAsia Minor, Persia, Syria and Chritianity became the state re- - trict. Although their ability in the Russian Caucasus. At least IlglUU Ul Ai. LUCU1U, ctuu iu IU15 money making did no help them who have no day the mummied hand of old to popularity with the more indo400,000 children fathers and many of them no St. Gregory is laid upon the bead lent and less successful Turt,the mothers are among these refu of eery bishop of his consecra Armenian on .the 'whole had no gees. In tnem is tne nope ot a tion remarkable instance of Ar particular trouble save, political new Armenia, some day perhaps menian reverence for tradition. and social injustices, before 1876. The golden age of independent. Then Abdul Hamid 11 came to to surpass in prosperity and world usefulness the Armenia of Christian Armenia soon passed. the throne, engaged in the ages long ago. At this day the ruins of the once war, and signed "the The history of Armenia is al- great city of Ani, excavated in Treaty of San Stefano, in which most as old as history itself. Ar- tbe last century, show to the Russia engaged to carry out 're menia claims to possess the site world a dim reflection ot forms for and to protect tbe Ar. Garden of Eden since splendour. Conical roofed church menians. England through this of the even now the country is beauti and massive walls 40 to 50 feet treaty gave Russia too large a f ul enough for Paradise, and its higb, flanked by many round finger in Turkey's pie and too apples would attempt anv Eve, towers and defended by deep much Eastern influence to be ANDS FROM STARVATION To e Rockcastle , the Armenians have been" driven, and to which they must be re stored. To keep them alive in the mean-time- , and to transport them home and help them start life afresh will cost a larger amount of money. America does not expect to pay It all, but expect to raise, by voluntary subscription, the sum of $30,000,000 towards that great end -- allowing on even distribution, the sum of $7.50 per person not a great deal for us to give or them to receive, but it will make all the difference between life and death to these sorely stricken,-- people in the imedimate future. she-does- A New sell less than city cost. stock of merchandise to SALE I have sold congoodSr xet rid of my stoek ofkept in aThis stockstore. country sists of everything I SALS &5ASOM FORtherefore must my property and , HERE ARE A FEW PRICES TO SEE HOW THEY COMPARE WITH PRICES YOD HAVE BEEN PAYING. Council of Defense is now time to commence gardening in earnest, and we fear that past experience vUl cause the people to neglect their potato crop. The importance of this county producing sufficient potatoes for home consumption cannot be too forcibly impressed on the farmer. The high prices now prevailing are sufficient evidence that any potatoes that might be raised over and above home consumption .would' Jind a market, so It now $2.50 $3 Overalls 30, 35 & 40c Ginghams, now now 35c Brown Domestic, 60c best Bed Ticking, now 45c now 70r P.nllar Pads. Tinware, Hardware, Zinc Tubs, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Slippers, Ball Band Rubbers, Underwear, both light and heavy Dress Shirts, Work Shirts- NOTE My Ginghams and Calicoes and Domestic is not the cheap, shoddy kind They are the best. Come and buy now while you can get what you want. Prices will probably stay high in market all this year. So come and buy now or regret it'later. Ihave also 4 Show Cases, length 3. 5. 6, and 8 ft. to sell. Also 1 Pair of Stimpson Ne. 80 Computing Scales to sell. that everybody wll con. sider the importance this, crop we hope 1 KdBSSgAwfl?4 shipped TntfPthis etoterprisinW! and procure the Very best seed and plant with a view of having some potatoes to spare. The poor crop last year mfcke&t more J important that seed be bought on the market 'aWhoine production not risked for seed. Some of our, merchants have Jben buying in large jjuaotities seed 'potatoes' that have ben teste, aid u .investment of this kind will'oay We wilrtry to procure some figures" for fcextfi'weak,ari paper? 8 no wing tne large amount of farm products that are beinS So come and get your share of these Bargains Rus-so-Turkt- sh dealefcrte are ftrThe by-gon- e as they bayin large ftuaatitier andjelLonvsoUll dUrigtnCr'but! we had like products to sell, dealers would bwfrjrom the farmer and ship u wMjk as they would ship it in hertfRpaell. ra Histtt, Ky. itei' m f K J 4 " , ; v .. & ,.r a wdZ3Hr-w- W ITH Ben M ullins was in R Ltviigt:;r JmCi2iw nixht. Ashl snd Lodge No. '340, Monday Mises Minnie find Ola Durham, of Crnfse were with Masonic Hall Monday Evening, their aunt. Mi.ssBitha Dauhe'M March 24th at 7:30 o'clock lor - lib till Saturday and Sui-mjbilloting ou candidates fur K. A vtt. Vpn n Si Mullins was in degree. A lecture will be deliv and Monday. Mrs Maltie ered bv our P M., Rev II. T M ullins and caigh.er. NusS Ada, Youjie:, on Masonry. We expect, Mrs Ben Muilii'S and children, the hall t' be filled to stindm.' and Mrs. Saran A. M ullins and room. Visiting Brothers cordia children were guests of Mrs.Estill j ly invited. Mullins Sunday. Estill Mullins R H. Miller, Master. sold to Wm Powell a span of A. LA.NDKUtn. Sec'y. J. Mrs. Robert mules for $375 French who has been sick for There is more Catarrh in this fouie time is slowly improving. section of the country than $.11 M rs Louise Allen a is with her other diseases put together, and . ..m t neice, airs josie tjarptinier iuu for yep rs it was supposed to be Doctors prescribed week. Married, March 13th, at incurable. local remedies, and by constant 4:0 p. m. Mr Roscoe Anderson. lv failing to cure with local treatoldest son of Mr. and Mrs Henry ment, pronounced it incurable. A::clerson. of Lexington and Miss Catarrh is a local disease, greatly Lllie Mullins, oldest daughter of influence by constitutional con Mr. and Mrs J. H. Mullins. of ditioua and therefore requites this place. Rev. W. D. MuUins cons' itutional treatment. Hall's Caw r t Medicine, manufactured officiated. They left for Win- bv 1 I. Cheney & Co., Toledo, chester the i4th accompanied by Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, Forrester Mullins, brother of the is tnlcv1 internally and ac;s thru bride ana Misses Sallie and Mag- the i.l d on the Mucous Sur Hungie Mullins cousins of both bride faces m the System. One offered dred collars reward is and groom. Miss Rissie Mullins for at.-- , case that Hall's Catarrh was the guest of her cousins, MedL-infails to cure. Send for Misses Mary and Eliza Mullins circulars aud testimonials. F. .1. Cheney, & Co., Toledo, O. Sunday. Died. The infant child Sold by druggists, 75c. of Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Cotton, Hall's Family Pills for March 16 and. was laid to rest the 17 at the Red Hill cemetery. Weep not dear parents, little Frances has gone where there is no more suffering, pain nor death ("Delayed Letter) Miss Bitba Daugherty, Minnie Miss Jewell Hamm is spending and Ola Durham were guests of the week with her grandparent, Misses Mary and Eliza Mullins Mr and Mrs J. J. Albright. Sunday. Rev. Thos. Durham and Cecil Hayse spent was in Livingston Sunday and Gilbert Saturday night with their parents Monday. Sunday School will be Mr. aud Mrs W. P. Hayse. -organized at Red Hill first Sunday Maurice Thompson was home in April. from Louisville last week. Sam P. Albright was home from LebWanted: Men or women to anon Junction between trains take orders among friends and Wm. Wren visited neighbors for the genuine guar- Tuesday. full line for men, his parents at Crab Orchard Satanteed hosiery, women and 'hildren. Eliminates urday night and Sunday. James darning. We pay 50c an hour Thompson left for Indiana Saturspare time or $24 a week for .full day. Private Robert Weaver, time. Experience unnecessary. Write, International Stocking who recently returned from France, spent Sunday with Misses Mill, .Norristown, Pa. Willa and Elua Albright. Sunday School began at Union Ridge For Sale: Buff Leghorn eggs. Suuday alter having been under $1.00 per setting of fifteen. the flu ban for several months. Mrs. Arthur Coffey, Rev. Jones will fill his regular Ml Vernon, Ky. appointment at Union Saturday 4t. ? w P. & A. M., will meet in stated eo m m u nica t i on inuh nd y unc'av. of Knoxviih-- , ? ; with his sor, Aw 1ms a posui n the first of with the L. & N. Luther DGdd, the week ith bis wife who is who has b?en attindint; school at vprv sick. '(ssrs. .lim Farris Berea has come home on a visit. HtifJ Daw Wahin sold out Match ATI VI ELY SUGGESTION. 7. Mini will lintuedi itely letve for Th- next Jime you have a India? u make their future -- Misses Kittve Havse and' ouh or coUl ti.v CliambtrlainV I1..D1 Iteinony. It 1-.- pleasant Will-- - Albright spent Friday with Cough t taUt and you ate mirp to bo I'ie Wi aer. Mrs J. A. pleasel with the relief wh ch it Miss Hasty .'.nd little daughter, are ..rf'M-ds- . This remedy has a S. G. wide for its cures of sick with tonMlitK eiv ()iV0US was m Corbn Saturday coughs and c )lds. D. Boone t- - !' k WjLj' 9 Jtm vR IIH &rWV!V32aKVC&33K3?33 IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kidney disease Is no respecter of persons A majority ol the Ills ailllctins people today can be traced,, back to kidyey trouble. The. kidneys are the most important organs of the body. They are the iilterers, the purifiers, of your blood. Kidnec- disease is usually indicated by weariis so, sleeplessness, nervousness, despotiiency. backache, stomach trouble, pa-in loins an J lower abdomen, pall stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica unu lumbago. All these derangements are nature's signals- to warn you that the kidneys You should use GOLD need help HEDAl. Haailem Oil Capsules imme- - I WILL ON 0 ? 1 diately. The soothing, healing oil stimulates the kidneys, relieves inflammations and dedttoys tho germs, which have caused it. Do not wait until tomorrow. Go to your druggist today and insist on GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours you should feel health and vitjor returning and will bles the day you tirst heard of GOLD MrJDAL. Haarlem Oil. After you feel that you have cured yourself, continue to take one or two .capsules each day, so as to keep In condition and ward off the danger of other attacks. Ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Three sizes. Honey refunded if they do not help you. lirst-class 0 clock AND 3 MILES EAS OF BRODHEAD m. AT MY PLACE 4 MILES NORTH OF MT. VERNON ei&i&araaraaKAsKiaze KKWSMKVMCSVftl 1 Offer for Sale the following One Work Horse,, 10 years old One Work Horse, 8 years old One Mare, 10 years old Colt One 14 Ewes and Lambs About 60 barrels Corn One Brown Cnltivator 2-year-old : e 6 H 01 'vTJ-T.7"tl STA jdli-X I ! 'Me urn Shot kausfirms HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H oTT AWA If your floors are looking worn or dingy, try refinishing tliem vilh Presto! jYou'll be surprised at the results. Bright, lustrous and beautiful floors appear, best of all, you can ap-.- Iy this handy product your- -- .1! t. sen. just get. a can and put it on as you would varnish. Equally good for wood- nd furniture. I'ilMffik Made I I Comes in all nat-ural wood colors. Two double shovel Plows and other things too numerous to mention. Household and Kitchen Furniture. Farming Implements. TERMS All under $10 cash in hand, all over $10 a credit of six months will be given on bankable note. MmSSBSfr Aw FZ&ttZiSMfk Walk TB N. NOB, MT. VESO KY. SMITH 4fe ? FARMERS I out The Car of Seed Potatoes which bought is nearly sold once If you are going to want good Northern Seed Potatoes you had better come at and get them. I Don't forget have a complete line of the BEST FIELD SEED you can buy, Comein and get my orices. and the price is right. Better eet what and EPftftH OatS due me' by the first of the week. Have a Car of ftnfe Seed Oats you want out of this car. They are the big No. 2, Northern White, Seed Oats. The kind that grows. SH - - When you want FEED I have it. Ship Stuff Have you tried Ground Barley I , fUXdO Chops Feed you beat my pricesand the quality the Sibck yoti don't, get People Wheti ' Ray Oafs Corn that good Horse and Mule Feed '. Livingston Phone 33 a W.RIDERMt. Vernon TWO STORES Phono 55 a MT. VERNON SIGNAL, FRIDAY MARCH 21, 1019. . 7 '5-- 5 - vT v : - V . V 5? T , " - -Tv . , - - .- -, - - -- .. , ' ' .. ' -- ; .. , " . " JS i . . - i - ' - , " :i wr r , j , ' '' . ; s . ft unr-- f "-- ; i2uKftte 3? j5- - ? Ben Mullirsis in Jackson this .7. H. Mulhns has been on the sick list for a few days. Miss Lillie Mullinshas returned home from Mt. Vernon. She has been with her grandmother, Mrs. A Cummins for some time There were services at Cave Ridge Saturday and Sunday conducted dy Rev. Parker. The inweek. fant child of Dillard Cotton has been very sick tor a uhile. MUses Lillie and Mary Mullins WITHERS It I rr - - .z - a spent Saturday night and Sun- sgjaBaaa3sg8affi. birds-;y- e iiri i mil 'I "iw 'i EStS view cf a Lead and Zinc mining camp. Note the small acreage required to run a mill. A twenty-acr- e tract will run two mills of 250 tons daily capacity for ten to A iJUjEJMpQf wii"biiii nwii mni I'niiii iiwniii.M'y.i photographic i " if i mi n !! wi maay ta .n n "i ' u M - twenty years. day with their cousins. Misses Sallie, Ada, Majr&ie aud Rissif Mulhns --F E. Mullics and little son, Kenneth, were with her mother, Mrs. Price at Level Green. Misses Bitha Daugherty and Delia Griffin, of Cooksburg, were guests of Miss Lillie Mulhns Monday Mrs. C. E. Mullins has just received a letter from her son, Robert, saying that he thought he would sail from France March ist. This being the first time they had heard from him for three months. Mrs. SmMJKJIbIW i;J . "'V? SwFtcL W nii TiKiT(M1f?iih T 'i 'n The unqualified success and splendid prospects of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, composed almost entirely of Louisville men, has led to the formation of another company, headed largely by the same gentlemen, for the purpose of further development of additional holdings. The first company was comM. Crutcher, Prcci-depN. C. Cureton, Secretary, and W. E. Newbold, Treasurer, with the following directors: T. M. Crutcher, Not! Wilson posed of T. t; that this statement nay be readily verified either by mail or telephone. The Lpuicville Mansfield Lead and Zir.c Ccmnany has just been organized with T. M. Crutcher, President; T. T. Beeler, Vice President; N. C. Cureton, Secretary; W. E. Newbold, Treasurer, and with the following Dirrc-tcrJ. C. Mahon, T. M. Crutcher, N. C. Cureton, T. T. Beeler and W. E. Newbold. s: ,m. TiHdPn the interior of a lead and zinc mine showing the process of getting out the ore. A view of S mVA MWIl III I IWIli V.Zn.KlW'k'JBJWU OH fi StraRmlK ' 4.5 ' " &.. wLwm&MM&. B?-- yfX , w! .JPM&WKt - VTltaC. Si mBMrb Funk, William Phillips, K. C. Cureton, M. N. Crallc, Charles A. Funk, T. T. Beclsr, G. W. Scott, with Hon. E. J. McDcr-mott imrv&s; mzm w.-- as attorney. t-j-2 i,r 4VBHBBBE?.t yJv--J- l 'i4ffi3 arJ. .S?- JTELjivyl o E9 fiS es The Mansfield District The mineral wealth of the Missouri district Is abundantly shown in the birdseye view at the top of this page. Mines and smelters paying prodigious profits are to be seen on every hand. The reason lies in the fact that there is to be found the richest and purest ore deposit in the entire region. In fact, the State of Missouri is the largest lead and of the output in the zinc producing State, producing 32 entire United States. yimiiiiM I'l' 1 'T'lTfff .' , .... ' i"BBht HH liiMdBBl H IB T"BBUBBOBiiL ii5 !vf" .tj( "XBBBMjHjISBBjfcjk'' .'''. ' KHfc''W .,': "jf, " . ii 'in wi i BBEsSfl$r; ''Xcii, JafO fw . '- r zvs-ir- S'trxt'lilBWrf-- Jl.l:mr BBSigoJBBMW&&$WB vV( .'".'.'. M : Tmiv.-.- The Capital Stock was placed' $100,003 and is owned almost entirely by Louisville men and those of nearby towns. This stock paid 2 in January in February. A list of and 3 these stockholders has been printed and can be obtained on application to the company so at The Capital Stock is $500 000 with shares at $1.00 each,, fully paid and non-- " 'csable: C200.-00- 0 has already of this sto-jbeen taken up, h'Jt the rest will be offered immediately to these desiring a very profitable and safe investment. pares 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, the less the danger of contracting one of the diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a great reputation as a cure for ccld& WHY COLDS ARE DANGEROUS. You are often told to ''beware of a cold," but why ? We will tell you: Every cold weakens the lungs, lawers the vitality and paves the way for a more serious disease. People who contract pneumonia first take cold The longer a cod hangs on. the great er the danger, especially Irom the germ diseases, as a cold pre- and can be depended upon. It is pleasant to take. HOP Mrs. E WE LL 'If vi. ' ''B3iDE9lBBBTBT2'M'T,l a''" .Zf-x- : B Of Mv W ' ,'": " 'i. "'C ' ii A .. zfr. r - ?j'7-z- : K, Interior of mill showing how the ore is separated from the rocx. H a'ti '?Hz: r ', v;."f"1JJ- e:r V "(llAMW"., - &W&J& s. Sowder and daughters, Mary and ;Esther, of Mt. Vernon, are visiting relatives at this place. Mrs. Mink is with her daughter, Mrs. Pete Mieajah Wm Sowder, who Cummins. has been working in Harlan since .Christmas has returned home to make preparations for a crop. Miss Nettie Dyer, of Walnut Grove, who has been with her aunt, Mrs. Mike Marler, for several months has returned home. Edd Flether spent several days with his brother in Tenuessee last week. Milt Payne has moved to Mt. Vernon. Married, March 8, Miss Bertha Carmical and Mr. Walter Chaney, of Danville. They will make their future home in Danville. Homer and Shirley Carmical spent Sunday with Ernest and Russel Barnes Charlev Kirbv. of near Pine Hill, who returned from France some two or three weeks ago, spent ' Monday with Wm. Sowder e. h-r- .'"' ' :.ysi3ttK sm ' S K v a sr It is the theory of geologists that this point, Mansfield, on a u B the highest ridge of the Ozarks, marks the spot of a prehistoric volcano which deposited this vast store of mineral wealth by an eruption. At any rate, it is there and is being mined and smelted tremendous profits. Bird lead and be located. Immediately adjoining hi the Red Very rich ore zinc mine of W. E. Caldwell (of Louisville). was found in this mine at a depth vof only thirty.five feet. tosAtr .jcjrr it-s- m (3 at n to a It is an absolute fact that T. T. Beeler refused last Friday an offer of $50,000 cash for forty acres of their holdings immediately adjoining the first mill. This is the forty acres north of the spot where the new company is to Profits in Lead and Zinc When you buy stock in a lead and zinc mine you are hot taking chances or buying a "pig in a poke," but you see what you are getting. The property is proven by drills, and you absolutely know that the mineral is there in vast quantities before mining is commenced. " 1 lilsiP'i smssmwmMmimm$ WlSllilBI'S - picture of mill showing where the ore Is separated from the rock by water A process. E3 91 Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co., Inc. 409 Starks Building. Louisville, Ky. B B B I am interested in your proposition and would be glad to make an investigation without obligation cn my part. Kindly send me copies of jour booklet and fullest OPINIONS OF SUCCESSFUL MEN "Foundation of wealth Is the first $100 well Unvested," J. ,P. Morgan. Fortunes innumerable have been made by mm and women of comparatively small means who hid the foresight to invest In necessities or things of utility and await developments. 'i?;lSLlir' PLANS BIGGER WOkK. I B B B striking example of the success of the mills is the Eagle Pitcher Co. This company made forty millions of dollars in the past five years. A Name Address a u B r1V A Five years ago this district was an empty prairie-to- day there are several hundred mills in successful operation and one acre of this land has produced a million dollars in ore. B a a fl H a B B 2D a v $kwdt 409 Starks Bldg'. a a a a B n Having distinguished itself by its work behind the front in war, the Salvation Army is now preparing to take a still more active part in the affairs of service men during the period of reconstruc-tiDand the public may well impose confidence in the labors of the organizatien for good based upon a common sense form of Christian ty that tits. the needs of the situation line a glove. Doubtless there will be calls for funds on the part of the Salvation Army but they will be readily from a grateful and obn; forth-com.- ng servant public. Before the United States en- tered the war thepeople of America were well acquainted with the manifo.d activities of the Salvation Army; and the peculiars and sincerity of purpose with 'which these activities were a D INCORPORATED. O 09 Starks Bldg. jitttVillt 'IfctttUtlilj 83ft BUBlBBBBBlBlllllllIIIBlBflflllBlllltllllUlflBBlBBBBBBtlll SEETHE COMMITTEE, suffering Armenians are looking to America T for help Rockcastle's share is only $398. Are you going to help? HE either Dr. M Pennington put through. When we entered the war the Salvaiiou Array quickly found that it services were needed at the front; and with little ado and virtually no money at all the Army undertook the new responsibility, achieving much endeaiing its name to our soldies and sailors through its intelligent service. In the day of reconstruction the Salvation Army aims to provide just the sort of anchorage many service men will need. There is no doubt, in the light of past events that its work will be done well. And the public should, prepare to support that work with all generosity. C,C Davis, j. or E.S.Albright -. to-da- y, not to-morr- ow; and make make your donation. indicates this genereus attitude as well as as does the spirit of altruism. Self interest . . - -- T. .f V3. A MtVernon Signal Where Do You Keep Your Valuables? Just as in U insecure (Ln' g as you keep your valuables in at hfmie, they are constantly r of being destroyed. p;.-.s you need is a Safe Depnsit Box For a "er small sum we offer you the protection of our great burglar proof vault, and the further protection of our individual stiong-bo- x within that vault to which no one but yourself will have access. V fie-proo- f, ht The order went out from head-- j to "all units to quarters' "to-da- y discharge officers desiring to Friday; Mar 2r, tgig quit and those who have not applied for Regular Army commisPublished every Friday by sions. Organization commanders EDGAR S. ALB RIGA 7, are to put into effect as quizkly as possible the new . regulations. $I.O Not later than Wednesday are-por- t BFCRIPTION ONE YBAR will be submitted by each rates maae known on unib showing how many, if any, application officers having a Regular Army connection are needed in their MEMBER OF resuective organizations to re KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION place those not in this category Adv-riisin- Mealow6, Dr. M. Pennington, Mr. E B Cox and J A. Landrum and to the ladies of the coram unity, the Boy and Girl Scouts who made this banquet and conference a success in ever.v particular. In fct we kno that no other county will give us more loyal support and hearty cooperation. The findings of the Committee did not reach us in time for publi cation this week, but will appear in our next issue. Children Cry for Fletcher's STATEMENT. The committee composed of In the event there are not Rev, H T.Young, J. A. Landrum, enough Regular Army officers J. T Meadows, Dr. M. Pennington, E. B. Cox and Chas. C. Davis, in charge of the soldiers banquet SAFE DEPOS5T BOXES $2.00 and $3.00 Per Year FIRST STATE BANK LIVINGSTON. KY. and candidates available to replace scheduled for discharge the Ad jutant General will bo so advised and will transfer them here from ' ANNOUNCEMENTS other stations. If there is a surWe are authprized to announce plus of such officers on hand their HON. E. BULLOCK names, rank and branch of the as a cadidate for Representative from will, be forwarded to the Seventieth Legislative district, com- seivice posed of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on 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-iy- 2sonal supervision since its infancy. . atiow no one t0 deceive vou in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good given last Tuesday night, submits a report of the financial end and asks that same be published. Amount received from plates and food left over. 62 98; P?id out: J- - W. Rider for hams, $11.95; A. E. Proctor, 90 cents, W. A. bread, etc , i4.2.s; M. S. Burton, 150; W. T. Miller, 30 cents; cleaning hall, 1.00; dray bill, 3o cents; total 30.10 This leaves a balance of 32.88, which will be turned over to the Armenian Relief Comittee. It is possible that there may be a few little bills to pay not included in this, for dishes lost or broken, but it will not be more than $1 or Mc-Kinz- ie, CAPITAL $15,000.00 DEPOSITS $52,000.00 NOT TWO YEARS tjem i) Washington. PRUSSIAN DEPUTIES CHEftR FOR RECALL OF FORMER harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Castoria is 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 teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A a I, D YET August 2, 1919. HHHHBMKaHHMBi Eir-- a The Interior Jonrual is com- mm mm ing out three times this week, eight pages at a time. Thai is going some, but the I J. is capable of pulling off such stunts. even going to a daily if necessary.. sss W.A.McKBlHZIB BBFOBB BUYIMG YOUR FERTILIZER Nothing Cheap But the Price J 67 lb, bags. Senator Baily, of Texas, is the to latest one of the would-be'- s explode. According to the "Lone Star" Senator the whole Democratic party has gone to h Wonder how or for what the Senator "got sac upon." March, i8, 1919. LI Dear Superintendent: As you understand, accord1-ni- g to Sections 24a, 24b and 240 of th" School Law, every teacher who teaches in any public school, except in cities of the first four KAISER. Berlin, Saturday, March 15. A cordon of steel helmeted troops was thrown around tue Diet buildings to protect the opening of the session of the .Prussian Diet. Only bearers of credentials which had been minutely examined were permitted to pass after having been carefully searched tor weapons. This ap plied event to the women delegates. What was. once the defiant citadel of Prussian reactionaries has been converted into a small There democratic Parliament. was a keen ."discussion in house , GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 2L&fm& In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always $1.50. BR ODH B. EAD yvu Bought THt CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW. VORK CITY. Mrs. E. Newland, and daughter, M.iss Ella Belle, were in Mt. Vernon, Thursday of last week having dental work done. Mr. M J. R. West was baptized here last Friday by Eld. L. N. Bowling Mr. West is seventy-siyears old, and has only lived in our town a few months. He is the father of Mesdames B. F. Bowling and L. N. Bowling. A Mr. Carpenter, from Mt. Vernon, is barbering here now. Ernest was here Newland, of Corbin, over Sunday with the family of bis uncle, E B. Newland. Prof. J. L. Pilkenton came down from Corbin Sunday and returned Monday noon. Mr. Pilkenton has a number of the Brodhead girls and boys with him, among them are Misses Delora Boyd and x 4 -- y?w4rar gTM Sold for Cash. No notes taken. W.A MeKenzie Mt. Vernon, a Ky- - mm mm At the PEACE Table A WORD of m m Calicos Dress Ginghams Apron Ginghams ENCOURAGEMENT to the conservative buyer " g Ladies' Hose Men's Half Hose Ladies' Vests Men's Dress Shirts O. N,T. Thread Crochet Cotton " 5c yd "J Jq yd 5c yd 0C pair "J 5c Pa"' "J examination for teachers who already hold a certificate must be held as the 12th, or lastlsubject, which will be on Saturday evening, and that r'the grade they make shall be 'entered upon the face of the certificate they .hold and made a part of the record in your office. Thus, if the. a first class certificate obtained last year, he will be qualified to teach agriculture during the life of his certificate. These applicants will pay twen cents to take the examin ation. Applicants for new certificates will only be charged the usual one dollar. The examinations in Agricul. appli-cant.holds over civil war in Germany. The Socialists proposed a pailiamen tary investigation, but that was negatived by the Minister of Jus classes, after July 1, 1919, must tice, who later announced that pass an examination in Agricul- the damage done to the Berlin po ture. We have ruled that this lice headquarters amounted to 20,000,000 marks. 8 One of the delegates made a speech in the Hohenzollems, and proposed that Prussia should re store the monarchy. The Social Produce Eggs Poultry. Hides Furs,Kinds of Country Feathers And All Produce WILI PAY CASH WE WANT TOUR M ists protested, but the greater part of the cjvil parties applauded ty-fiv- s ture prior to July r, 1919 will very elementary. I made arbe rangement with Dear Cooper of Qc eacu 50c eacu " 5C spool Qq ball m a 1 Examine our Spring Line of High Grade Ginghams and Dress Goods. SAVE THE DIFFERENCE. JOHN- - ROBINS t-BRODHEAD I 4 N the Agricultural Department of the University of Kentucky to furnish Bulletins 54 and 56 and a list of sixty or more questions prepared by the. Department ..of Education and the Department ot Agriculture. These questions are all answered in Bulletins 54 and 56 and from these questions will be taken the ten questions on this subject to be asked in May and the ten to be asked in June. Dean Cooper assurse me. that he has sent to you enough of these bulletins andquestions to supply your teachers, and yet I am constantly receiving letters from the teachers asking, for them. Will you please distribute these bulletins and questions to your teachers and prospective teachers so that everybody may have an equal chance. Yours very truly, V. O. Gilbert. State Superintendent. Mrs. Davis "requests us to add that bulletins may be had by , mm w mj x- - jvBvP Take Advantage of High Cream Prices calling at her office, she also requests us to say that sht has the money to pay the teachers all balaucesdue them. 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. Don't Risk Using an Old or Unreliable Cream Separator If you are not sure that your cream separator is clean, or if you are still trying to get t along-withou- skim-mi- ns one Let Us Show You a Lily 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. . In the Lily, lasting qualities are first considerations. Every bearing is automatically oiled by splash from the The wholesale discharge of officers at.Camp Zachary Taylor to comply with the order received Saturday troin the Adjutant General of the Army will be started without delay. Within , sixty days the commissioned personnel will be down to a Regular Army status, the only officers remaining being those, who hold commissions in the regular estab lishment or who have beenac cepted for such commissions. The sudden change in affairs came as a bolt out of a clear sky and comparatively upset the plans of many who had expected to re- Shafer & Roberts I Brodhrad KENTUCKY main in the service until midsummer or fall. It is the fulfill--meof a prediction recently made in these' columns that the .cantonment vvoidd rapidly (get down to a regular army status. nt Burdette Owens, Henry Harrison and Gus Carson. The Professor has a warm place s in the heart of the boys Mildred Robins and Lina Rockcastle CounStrange spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs ty Demoblization F. L. Durham in Mt. Vernon.-Lesli- e and Reconstruction Elder, of Louisville, was here Saturday and Sunday. The W Conference. Rev. R. C. Evans held regular services at the Methodist church BV p. H. LYON. Sunday. -- 0. H. Frith is out The Rockcastle County Demo- again and has made several trips bilization and Reconstruction Con- to Mt. Vernon during the past week.--ElJ. W. Masters will ference under the auspices of the preach at the Christian church State Young (Men's Christian As sociation was held at Mt. Vernon in Crab Orchard next Sunday Many Mrs. J. W. Tate, who underwent on March iStfa and "i9th interesting and important topics a serious operation at Richmond were discussed, making the so- hospital three weeks ago, returncial, recreational, industrial, eco- ed home Tuesday. Dr. W. F. nomic, civic, Educational,. .health Carter was failed to Harlan Satthe fu- urday night to see a daughter of and religios problems-o- i ture. ' Addresses were given by John S. Helton. He returned Secretary H. J Darter, who has Monday morning. A.E.Albright just returned- - from oversea, and W. O. Yadon were in Cincinwhere he was engaged in Y. M. nati first of the week buying Chaplain. S. P. goods. Rev. A. J. PiKe received C. A. work. Stapp, who srw one year of active a message Tuesday telliug of the Ber-nicservice in" France, Rev. H. T death of Tom Evans at St. Ind. Mr. Evans was well Young, Dr. M. Pennington, Prof. Lucy and D H. Lyon, District known here, having lived here In with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Secretary of Y. M. C. A every particular, this conference W. T. Evans, a number of years. was tlje best attended of any al- We understand his parents live ready held in the State. The in Ind. now. His brother, John peoDle of Rockcastle County and E Evans, is livtcg in Detroit. Mt. Vernon are to be congratula- Misses Hallie Snoo.ly Dorothy ted in the way they receive and Eubanks and Postmaster GransuDport those who are trying to ville Owens were in Stanford bring about better conditions in Wednesday evening Miss Clyde Watson spent several days with the State of Kentucky. The banquet given for soldiers her sister, Mrs. Fred Durham, and sailors was one of the best in Mt. Vernon this week. features of the whole Conference. Among those attending the Demobilization Conference at Mt. It was attended by twenty-fiv- e soldiers and sailors, many of Vernon .Tuesday were Rev. A.J whom are just from overseas, and Pike, and R. C. Evans, E. C. in addition there were present Watson, C. H. Frith and John three veterans of the Civil War Robins. and two of the Spanish-AmericaHEARTFELT SYMPATHY. War. There was also present 175 Every one present citizens. thoroughly enjoyed the. occasion, and the whole evening, in fact we believe it was 6ne of, if not .the most enjoyable and helpful social occasion ever held in Mt Vernon. The boys in khaki certainly did show us how they could sing, and it is hoped that they will teach us all how to enter into communtjy. singipg. We wish to express our appre- oiao, to fh. committee compo,. ea 01 K.ev. n. 1. oung, unair- - yer weddin nkn; Mr., C. "C, Davis, Mr., I. T.I Hmbaad What a pity he died m here.--Misse- the speech. " The Independent Socialists demanded the confiscfition of the private fortunes of the former Emperor and his family. Exie Eastman, L'ecil Hayes. Gil- s 8 bert Hayes, w R The Gott&Co MT. VERNON, KY. m. m tk y y7i!gfeTvr- - 4 isrrH d. More Shoes AT BROWN'S THE QUALITY AND PLENTY OF FRESH MeatsGroceries EVERY ONE KNOWS EVERY ONE KNOWS e, BROWN ON MAIN fflJS&Cfc it -r ST . Wilv'"1 A II rsmtf'o 'i'!'. WMjMJi.s the demand, iLti& 'fl OT Ml wrrrti ifeJp, Tntfia Uoolll. ,J ClL r&V f.ifiri.Tr N. 3 W &Mli.Vb i7 V7 IT V J'h & O 1 A S M- - JT T lO-aa- u ySSjfR" vfWf J'VX . . r 'V. " -- S n of the Wives and Mothers , . . Kests the ruture Integrity of the Nation. vw ?3 JESffc 3S3LS to-da- We must preserve our womanhood. There is need, greater than ever for strong women. Apparently, the race is not as sturdy as formerly or our women are victims of an and less able to resist disease. Thousands suffer and thousands bottle brought good but as more are destined to suffer from I was bound to getresults, I took wsll. Insidious of diseases, twelve. that mostNinety-seven per cent of catarrh. Fifteen years ago. I the people catarrh. It Is not Ferune and I wouldn'tstarted with be without confined ts the head, nose and it. My throat as many suppose. Catarrhal pounds weight i3 now around 200 may attack the stomand I am hale and hearty Inflammation ach, bowels or any portion of the at the age of 63. I can do as much body where there are mucous lin- work as my daughter.ings. It Is no respector of persons The use of Peruna or position. Everyone Is liable to years in the Americanfor forty-flv- o haj family attack. proved Its worth. If you are sick, Mrs. Mary Prlcke. 507 Bornmarr do not give up. try Peruna Write Sr., Belleville,. III., was one of its The Peruna Company. Dept. B victims. She says: "I have weighed Ohio, for Dr. Hartman's as little as 100 pounds. For years Health Book. is I suffered with my stomach, cramps sold everywhereIt In free. Peruna U liquid and nnd severe headaches. After read's Insist upon having Dr. ing Dr. Hartman's Health Book. I Famous decided to try Peruna. The first your dealer tor Peruna Tonic. Ask a Peruna iasasaj over-civilizati- on h3 - tub-let- s. n.ixt-man- ". r' ' '- ' . .z' td,-X- . ' S .", r iMM Silas Spring has been MtVernon Signal charged French the army and is about that is almost from Ford dis? i KEEPING HIM GUESSiNQ. here, how now at home. Mt. Vernon Ky, Mar 21, 1919 g 0. H. White is home from for a few days stay with up"No.79" waenT7( IM want toCommun - It XJ his wife and daughter. cae with SIGNAL Jess Fish and Everett Mullius from Camp Taylor, were at home tor the big banquet Tuesday & frt Har-risbur- hHtC v V touisviLLc &. Nashville R R.Co. TIME TABLE. 22 norm 21 nortli 33 south 11 4.57 p 3:35 12:35 am pro South Phone No. 8. 12:45 a m Ias. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoHce mail matter. as second-clas- s understand Bryant Bros, have secured the Livingston territory for the sale of Ford Cars and that they expect to have a garage there soon. Cecil Purcell and Jess DeBord have bought the barber shop of night. Jake Gentry; have added another Mr. John Smith, age 79 years, chair and will continue at same a resident of Berea, is here on a place. visit to his grand daughter, Mrs. Bryant Bros., who have the Alice Davis. agency for ,all the county now A. H. Hamlin took his wife to London Wednesday and had Dr. for Fords, will put in a repair Pennington examine her. Mrs. shop at Livingston. Hamlin has not been well for Graydon Thompson, wno killed some time. Pater King Jr , and wounded his brother, Sam King at Crab OrLOCAL chard two Sundays ago, Bad his Buy a Ford, buy a new one, examining trial at Stanford yesWe BOOTLEGGING COMMITTEE "- LIVINGSTON PERSONAL Tudge Cam Mullins is in Pine-vill- e buy it now. today. Leonard Davis is clerking for Cbaa. C. Davis. Rob McKenzie who has a good position at Corbin is spending the week at home. J. M. Brown was down from East Bemstadt for a few hours yesterday on business. Mullins has moved his family to London, where he is running a livery staole. Miss Clyde Watson, and neice, Miss Mildred Robins were guests of Mrs. F. L. Durham. Miss Christine Davis is in Lovisville for a few days the V. M. Dwight Bowman leaves Berea Monday to enter school There has been very little done in the way of apprehending bootleggers during the past week. On several occasions men have returned from Lebanon with quantities of whiskey that would justify tbe belief that they were carrying it for the purpose of sale, or carrying whiskey for another, but it looks as" if the thing that the boot leg element has expected and hoped for is going to come true. The people who are much interested and voted resolutions to help suppress the sale of whiskey have dropped back into the old rut of failing to know anything of their personal knowledge, but do a lot terday and was held without bail ot talking about rumor. The Frank Boone who was with whole affair is in good shape now for Thompson wa allowed bail in the to quiet down nothing be sum of Slooo which he gave and done until, another grand jury is vocation. Harmon Skid more has opened a grocery and mtat market in the Miss Kate Moore property For Sale: One good milch cow with young calf. Mhs. Eixa Hiatt, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Let us take you where you Our rales are reasonable, our cars are new, our drivers are good Garage. want to go Trees: apples, If you want, some good peach, pears or other fruit trees come and see me, I have some left over stock. H. C. Gentry. iss Ruth Landrum. Jop Smith is learning telegraphy, working with J. J. Lawrence the night man for the L. & M . Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Oliver and son, of Livingston, guest of iting relatives here this week. D. C. Craig was down from Corbin Sunday. Dave has a good position with the L. & N. at that place. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Baker are here from Indiana the guests of their son, Howard Baker and family. Mrs. David Cottongim, of Stanford, gras in town to day between trains shopping and visiting hae been vis- friends. Mrs. R. B. Hatcher, who has been seriously ill with flu and ty phoid for the past ten weeks, is much improved. Miss Ida Hamlin, who has been sick for the past ten weeks due to the drugs of flu and malaria is slowly improving. Mrs. J. T. Meadows We are selling the Ford Car pompey days, hie is called because it is the best car made Typewriter" Hamilton because We are selling the United States he sells typewriters and if you Tire because it is the best tire want one he is the man to see. made. Garage. Last but not least by any means Get ready for the stock sale comes his ability to make that at the Rockcastle Stock Pens, on old discarded, no account piano, the Third Monday in April. sound like a "Steinway." Don't are being made for a be deceived and think he does not big opening. Both the stock and know his business, a trial will buyers will be here on that day. prove to your satisfaction that he Harve Mink has bought the knows what he is doing". boiler and engine from Lum NOTICE TO THOSE WHO which Mr. Rymel used at BUY GROCERIES: Wildie for a number of years I have a Restaurant opposite grinding corn. Mr. Mink is the Post Office. I keep grocer moving it to his place near Sand ies, steak and frest meats. This Hill. is the Manus stand, the one ocFertilizer: I will soon have cupied by Aunt Kate Moore. a car of V-- C Fertilizer 16 per Come in and see my prices on cent, phosphate, which I will what I have. My goods are all sell for $28 75 at the car. Cash. new, just out from the city. No notes taken. See me if you Yours for trade, are interested. W. H. Skidmore. nt J. W. (Typewriter) Hamilton has certainly been the salvation of the Signal office this week. We reached the point where our regular force was unable to anything like meet the demand of our many customers the double sheet last week and this shows that there is something doing to sav nothing of job work which is more than what it ever was be foreand seeing our predicament, came to our rescue. When a young man he was a typo at Somerset, and judging Irom what he can do now, after twenty-fiv- e years out of the business, he must have been a hum dinger in his impaneled and if the experience of last court would be repeated, the results obtained by this campaign will be far from what they should be. 17 Ry-me- l, Jack Hvsinger. The "Washingtonian" Literary Mt. Vernon CLEANING AND PRESSING. High ard Mrs. Society, of ) 1 V .Camp Taylor. Georgia McClure visited friends and relatives m Crab Orchard during the week. C. D. Sutton spent most of the week in Cincinnati buying goods for his splendid firm of which he is senior member. Misses Kitty Hayes and Willie Albright, of Brodhead, have been the guests of Misses Bess at d Ida Hamlin this week. John Robins, Rfv. A. J. Pike and C. H Frith were up from Brodnead Tuesday to attend the Y. M. C. A. conference. A Telegram received yesterday from Jamie Thompson stated that he is now back in America and expects to be at home soon. Corporal Fred Hatcher, who was here on a furlough to see his mother has returned to Camp Lee Va.,' where he is stationed. Mrs. Dr. Southard spent a portion of the week with her daughter, Mr. W. G McBee. Dr. Southard was here for a few hours Wednesday on business. Miss Vesta Coffey, daughter cf W. A. Coffey of the Wildie sec tion celebrated her 19th birthday on the i9th day of March 1919. Millard Sution is back home. He and Edgar Mullins left with the boys last April and of all those who went away at that time they are the only ones who have returned. When they met in Mt. Vernon Tuesday, il was the first time they had seen each since one week after arriving at Judge L. W. Bethurutn was in Paris yesterday when a motion was made by the Attorneys, representing Oscar Johnson, the man who killed Walter Rice, asking for a new trial. The motion was overuled by the trial Judge and the case will be carried to the Court of Appeals Johnson ,was given a death sen. tence. J.udgejBethurum assisted in the prosecution. School, will give an open program in the auditorium, on Tuesday evening, March 27th, at 7:3o. The public is cordially invited. The program is as follows: ing problems. Music; Discussion, "What is a Bring your old suit and we'll make it look like new again. EARL COX at the Cooper Barber Shop. Let the Ford solve your travel-- FOr SALE: An extra good milch cow, now giving 3 gallons debate: day. Call at this office. Resolved that there should be a a league of nations. Aff.: John Strayed: A black sow pig Albright, Ralph Griffin. Neg.: weight about 50 pounds. Has 2 Arthur Cooper, Julian Miller. or 3 white feet. Reward for reLeague of .Nations?" Freshman Play. chorus: turn. Bob o Taylor. The following marriage license Wanted:-Trent for the have been issued since March Castleton CJub, a good phonograph 10th. and records. See or writeRalph Dencie McCracken to Miss Ida Griffin, Mt. Vernon. Ky. May Head They live in the For Sale: Cheverolet autoCrooked Creek section. mobile. In first class condition iarl Howard to Mis Mary Hellard. Thay live near Livings- and can be bought worth the money. Call at this office. ton. For Sale: Rhode Island Red Roscoe Anderson to Miss eggs, $1.00 per setting of fifteen. Mullins. They live near Mrs. W. T. Hicks. Withers. Lil-h- e CENTS. Rockcastle County has been asked for $398 as their minimun quota for relief of the Armenians, Master. Syrians and Greeks, who are "Teach us, O Lord to think and say that all is for the best; war sufferers, many of them having lost their homes in 1915. He is not dead but gone before, his soul is with the blest." Their suffering has been so great from starvation and exposure Miss Winnie Falin, one of the that the death rate in some sec- trachers here in the graded school tions has been 1000 a day. Many was with home folks Sunday, at of them have been forced to Cove. Misses Letha and Bertha eat grass and the flesh of dead Summers were in London, Sun horses, or anything that is possi- day between trains. Miss Cora bly eatable to prevent death from Griffin, who has a position with a starvation. It Is found that firm at Big Stone Gap, Va., was these people can be fed a suffi- with home folks Sunday. G. S. cient amount to keep them alive Griffin, Jr, who has been.iu France, on seventeen cents a day for has returned. He says he did each peison, and we are now not get a Hun. but came in six sending out calls to every Sun- hours of it. He is looking fine, day School in the County to con- and can tell you lots about that tribute to this fund an amount co.untry over the pond. Mr. and equal 17 cents for each one who Mrs. J. P. E. Drummond, who attends Sunday School on Sun- have been quite sick for some day March the 30th, thereby, en- time, are able to leave their room abling our Sunday Schools o Little Hugh Clark, after a terfeed a number "of these people rible struggle with double pneu one day, and thus do their bit in monia, is able to leave his room. relieving suffering humanicy. Mrs. George Smith is in Corbin is not understood that the this week visiting relatives. It Sunday School's I7 cents will be James Devault, of Mt. Vernon, sufficient for the people who are was here between trains, Tues able and willing to help more, to day and he was all smiles. Bet pay this amount and quit, but we can guess. Wm. Brady was this call if carried out will raise up from Lebanon Junction, Tues about $125 of the $398, the amount day with home folks. J. S. Calo required from this county. way has returned from Rich mond. Dock is looking much better. Mrs. John Mullins, of I Berea, was here oetween trains, a For Infants and Children few days ago, enroute home from In Use For Over Years Mt. Vernon, where she had been visiting relatives. Judge R. G. Always bears the Williams, of Covington, is being Signature of C&&. boosted for Governor. The Judge is mighty good timber for the place, and would make the one BRIDEGROOM'S QUESTION. that beat him, if such should be the case, realize that be had been in a race. We know Old Rockcastle would stand by him, as he has many friends here. Mrs. i. W. Catlin, of Louisville, after a few days visit with relatives here has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Arnold, of Logan, West Va., arrived to- -' day but could not make the trip in time to see the remains of his father, J. L. Arnold, who was Mrs. James buried yesterday. Tate and daughter, Miss Maranda, were here between trains home to Brodhead from Richmond, where Mrs. Tate had been for several days to have a surgical operation . performed. She withstood the operation fine and now it is to be hoped a speedy recovery will follow. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Griffin have reTim Would you scream If I kissel turned from Buckey. Ben is as- you? your-elsisting in tbe erection of a house Taisle I suppose you flatter joy! that I'd be speechless with which his father, G. S. Griffin is erecting on his farm near Mt. Vernon. Died, Sunday, the 16th, J. L. Arnold, age 68. Besides his wife and one sister, Mrs. Emma Jones, he leaves chiilden, five boys and four girls and a host of friends and relatives to mourn his death. For the past year he has been in poor health and has been gradually sinking for some time with that terrible disease, heart dropsy. His re mains were laid to rest Sunday at tbe family burying ground near per Pine Hill, to await the call of his en-route fm. J JTyTZ$A I ' c ' f ..... ... Drmmi'S CASH GROCERY STORE YOU'LL LOOK GOOD BEST FLOUR $1.30 bag IN A SEED POTATOES TAYLOR MADE $1.25 per bushel Small Cans Milk SUITS 6c Large Can Milk And You'll 2 KARO SYRUP for FEEL GOOD 75c per gal When You See Their BEST CORN 15c BEANS 85 c LARD 25c per lb- Pay Cash and Sav. the VALUES At The Price There's GET THEM AT Difference Nothing Like 'Bm Drummo nd's LIVINGS TON a ea a To Measure Only THE CASH STORE CASTOR 30 A GENUINE m&&i v alimony? aRViv I Our CFienfeTe CH They live at Maretburg. McKinley Ash Allen. to W. D. Mink to Miss Hila Hunt. Wildie. Ky Clergyman With all my Trordly goods I thee endow. Prospective Bridegroom Say, par con, isn't this rather early to award Grows ! Not Upon Promises Upon Performances WE ARE PIONEERS IN but Miss Ida 1 'iaBBBil PUIS c. c. - 1 I LLE D The Fiscal Court which met this week, made application to the State Road Department for Convict labor to build our roads. This is the only salvation it seems for roads in this county. Bell County's roads were built by convict labor and if we are successful in getting our claim considered in time for road work in 1919, we will see more roads built that way, than we will see in many years to come if we have tor depend on Rockcastle to put up part ot the money,. Many of our people will tell you, yes we want roads must have them, but I am not willing to vote any tax to build them. How in the world do they expect to ever see roads and they don't. Such bosh and God pity people who. are that close fisted and unprogress lve. I' To My Friends and Acquaintances Co-Operating Dry CFeamngr and Dyeing; In business PROMPT since 1836 DELIVERIES Buy to-d- ay Oil -- Stock while it is 50c per Share It will advance to $1.00 per Share, Tuesday, March 25th This is one of the bst oil propositions offered in Kentucky, and there are some good ones, .See, write or phone me before this advance comes. Get Our Prices They Are Right The TeasdaTe . Co, 625;627 Walnut Street CINCINNATI, OHIO Phone 27 an! 80, c J W. H. FISH, Mt. Vernon, Ky. r .. It t t- READY FOR SERVICE. I have a fine Red short horn bull, now ready for service. Fee $1.00 at gate. Jack Hysingee. CO! l . CASTORS - Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR v , m. t i -. -- ,. 4 J "IT.' i. -'- rr- '.:.. H - . : T.. Wv A i minitii fiti Vww t rrfomtjaKS ,MT. " SIGNAL, JftltDAY, MARCH 21,:191d. .umiiimmtrirtima . KP!GSaaiBs5SSa-tta- AA A jtittuiifn xo ctmoo60M(iaii)) &uiQ'aco&8.'Ni9aot&e. AA A a A (o( BAAAAAAA- . &A .. COw' ..ar. i " r. i - ceaQ ft? OCA CAM .sS 39, 5 Goo In ae'diti on to our complete line of Fresn Vegetables and Groceries we have added a splendid line of fcre- 9 . , CUD HILL D L ino imi i or I y ( r;.M S. ST?,rF CAV- - a Ki'V vr aK 3fl i ! DL'Cf.C.V AND OUR' PRO- UP, SAYS 'V-'.--- Ppl I fi 1 13 l? - I w a FSAKKLIN... CIcvi,!::u.. ve lrl'vercd at' ..., .,..,... u,eu- .jjj. en i;it ti'" v.:r to the ::: 1: Tr.'er than hatt boon c: 'tftl. rr or.lirj; to Low!.-- VB. Kan'-.i - -- 893 ! ?() C3 ro4 arAJ SO C9 a- - Tlio Dry Goods .cea Men's, Youths and Boys' Overalls .? j& IM "rNi o S3 9r t' . I I 'supplies- that rr.ut, bn :")' v.'vx' '.f"iali.v : COUNTRY OFFICIALS BELIEVE WILL RISE' TO ITS DUTIES f) IN FIFTH LIBERTY !k LOAN DRIVE. NOW? ! QOa 0Or United ; ?f t!i" ill fox th0 TTn'Trt w?r If.air'organt' qtT"". no ( ae. at large admits that the States "started something" when we went into war. The treasury department officials at Washington be- lievc that the United States will be ready and willing to "finish it" when the last three weeks in April roll The world around. The last three weeks in April are the weeRs tentatively set for the Fifth Liberty Loan campaign. And one of the appeals to be made to the public in the sale of the bonds will be the apneal to finish the job. A committee headed by Guy Emerson, director of me L.iocriy uommiuee oi iub Nov York district, was appointed at a recent mooting of treasury department representatives from the twelve federal reserve, districts and delegated to go ever the idea and views expressed at tiie conference with an idea of sifting out of them a basis for a sn'.es campaign in Spring. tocd out Two fentuiv.--i s as obvious and convincing for the purchase of bonds cf the Fifth loan. Or.o was the r.red for finishing the jcb we have on our hands. The heavy expenses incident to mobilization, return of the boys- anu arsu-1'ient- $ fj 'ij U 5 ; a CT jj -- . -- Ot9 MM9 . fit ? f j ; led ) jg & ' .) ",'63 e3 c" -- MM t e.ti zssasEB2imasitjSiEi.iL. sesoszoKsai 2UMMIN s On West Street iedioneotiaetiittoootcte ((Milltitiivs.i.aitii,tii.t 44ta t?II ae i On the second floor, ray daughter. Miss Cummins has a full liue of Ladies and Children's Ready Trimmed Hats. PSB May-beli- e j & pity to go on indefinitely wishing for a more comfortable home-- , yet not actuaily making an effort to get one what a waste of years Life is so short, and to" miss its What a shame! blessing Resolve now that you will have one "wgy- vg il HAT a su-pre- me '', .: ie9t) oo3 .. rft .SF'3 Ax-Tsssfw a&j-s?.- , W n3eSMOPftROineaaM:K4ftt9:aaaasfliiitaarj o - Wla'm - of the lovliest homes. It is easv, come and see me. I have anything you need to build with and the price is right. . - e- Yours for building, r jF O fi? 13 'HE first move in avinning LEVJS - battle of life Is made when saving begins. It will educate you m U B. Fil?.r.LliJ,. reconstruction or duties may fall to us from the peace table jnust be met. The rrocreds frnm the Fourth Loan sir' purposes a.tht unr.vr.ilahle for thr-.iwere ppnt , almost as scon as ttr whatever world-rojie'ri- r ru u lun f r" v -- T" S T inZ2ZSZZJ2!Z-JlZZ3rS.i- Wl:- Lcsm Direc'kP". vro rr.ired. urr.n '""he! othf--r' Ium m bl financially by veloping: de- "Those are the things far v:hii:h w re going to pay with the. Filth an,: I L,'bcrfy Lo"ui," Jir. J'ranklin e ,of Liberty Loai Sained at a n.o-tounty chairmen in this cXy. hal this money you are ro'ng to raiM through the things already bnnt;h'. with the credit of it in paying fo: the saving of a half a million Anier: can lives. "The fpeed and ' ticular stroma is to be la'd, in t,n ojiiT ion of tbe'rvn outlining the p'.u . In pre Is the investment feature. vioim lonn car.iraigns-tlie vh'ch par' CrJftUl M -- . .yn.iMw-y- t SfZVKSr&tTBVS&xttsSZtt tyja.:;;irytr that will insure success, comfort arid happiness Every deposit made with us is a step toward Independence Start an account with us today and stick to tt traits "Th:it is what I s:ie?n I ?a bravery of ! ; Bank of Mt. Vernon USE affected ll German on" the front line, more tfcan d'd the men at German general he;-tiuarters; but th" fact that Anrri."'. had ten tons of mustard gas ready fo shipment in 1919, to every ton tba. Germany had; the fact that we were going to have a tanlc on the front line for every 75 feet of the line in 1919; the fact that we would have thousands of batteries of guns where wr did not have a single one in 1918 those facts had an influence on the German General Staff. "And, far from that money, those millions and billions of dollars waster in an unnecessary preparation, I fe1' hat the fact that the money was spent dnd that that enormous output o: iiuritions was ready, was the dough-boycon-'rollin- iirospoctivi been told ropn:''rtd!y were a rend investment, the be tisvcptmcnt. in fact, but in thi V. lucin th's pi:ae of the ;aue is to br r:ore clearly omphasiaeu. As an in vestment the bond' wJl be pyrt'ru-lnr!attraitiv;' frb:n the stardytitit f! ';.fet becau?"" the transition from e to a purivc bic".in the nation can rot have any oil1' r eiiet on r vtlue. to incTea-'- bin or ha'-- , . FipHE high standard this bank jl. has set for itself in the ft & con- vt thetx-Mia- n th-i- Lir.ec.tssi ; t - Of Is Nf k fi duct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances. rmed By Wt I New York City long before lhi a '.:. .ng fif the armistice made it vlt.rjU all men. Ard th;t man saw it troi.i . :ittle different ar.gle. He was S. VV n::-..".s- HE silver lining of the war clou.'. 3 1 wa s apparent to one man down i; The spirit of this institution I is one of helpfulness. a , V : fi u .: HS I i- - Fawn Winter Wheat Satisfac- FLOUR Made from selected Red For Sale by all Merchants. A trial will convince you. i tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by fartnr in the weakening ot the German General Staff, and tlia' It caused their message to the Kai.sei "aat they were beaten, and that Ik must sue for peace. And the way I see it Is that this money, instead of being wasted, can be written down as naving saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of American men who would have been sacrificed had the war continued another year. "I do not believe that we are going to be troubled with this loan. I look for at least 20,000,000 subscribers to the next loan. "We must Jet the people of the United States know why there is a Fifth Loan, what the money went for, what it. did and that is the most important part of it, what it, did. r. We must tell them that it brou'ght'"'back two or three or four or five hundred thousand safe, live American boys, instead of having them buried in France. And 1 cannot conceive of the American people failing to respond to that kind of an appeal." - Xovj kcier Yo.- - of t:Socicl Vriorlcan for Thrift. We should like to number you amoung our patrons. PEOPLES RANK iJ j&Wkt. Kfc".! : ,tl"--- swirsAi t 'jSW-- "The war ha f;;urht us as Tiore abc;; ibrlft than any o. cr c:i? tiling whii : couM befall or ha befallen " Stn;u tUd In a recent in tervisw. "We r pr.-pie u-,- doubled. the the nun ber c." ZX 2X2 families in th? United Stat'.-.vhhave something put by for j i- -?t 2S o SXZ2X: xz c ra'nv day. "V.'e had "b en a -- up to the beginning of the v 3efore war the number of person vho wjp Trftlng on without a' oar r.t thought or provision 'for "tit future was alarming. Now there mu be upwards of twenty of ou Mon -- wartfuln 12X yyrry AL r yyy Crab Orchard Milling Co. - To the Wounded is THIS by: our RAB ORCHARD, KY. eft. - ea nszzsxs. "?3 ZX22XZZ: 5?l p I ne o uasrr SRODHEAD 2XSTS2 otare 2X2T2X3: WE HAVE A FULL LINE l Mechanics' Overalls Shirts, Clothing & Shoes VULCAN & AVERY 6, PLOWS $ BINDERS TWINE, MOWERS, RAKES AND REPAIRS, BRINLEY HARDY WAGONS, & MYERS' PUMPS Call On Us For Anything n Our Line homage when you pass nealth. "In th present period of recon Not the cru4e pityingstare you dread, ".ruction." he wr.nt on, "and in tiu but this future every man, ro matter he. tears, men al may bo h!. eMployment, mu Averted eyes, and and pangs practice thrift, and every employe-mus- t Of helpless love . . . Yoa do not sec, first, Jhat conditions ar' know how brave puch that his e:aT)lcyees can practic We also are, not stretching out .our thrift and, secondthat they do prat hands, tice it." Maddened with pity,, to the stranger Giving up all pleasures and recrca faces tions for the sake of saving money i That whitely pass us, needing us so not thrift,. according to the Strau' ..,. much! -view. He says: "Pleasures which wo really enjc Oh, boy with deep bright eyes and bring us definite returns in increased crippled foot, , ' health and contentment It is the ex Oh, soldier with the face made old penditure of all we, have for pleasur ' with war, perhaps for pleasure which is not promise you, by' every wound you Buch to us but which is cossidered tht We bear, thing by our neighbors that spells A nation's homage and a nation's helpj waste and ertrayagance. We shall And all its grateful hearts, your eager never become a nation of tightwads, friends! as the expression goes," in The New Sulamith Straus does not believe that the York Turn teachings of thrift ghould be dropped Wr'v by the government as soon as the r Liberty Loan campaign is ovenext Lost Liberty April. He advocates keeping at the lessons the war has taught us, and "For your bond let me trade you this after malring a plea for the teaching stock," . of thrift in all schools, he concludes: Said a scalper to, pruJent Bill Brock. "Thrift te the very foundation of ! "Not to'dayCs'lr," Blil:said f.'l all individual efficiency arid individual Then the. salesman he led, efficiency is the foundation of, rail X t To the jail where he now is success." . Ish-Kisho- r, -- lave either had to save to buy the.' ar have" to nave now-- ' bacaus-jf eontraclir.;? if them." Straus defines ihrift its subtnisslor IT:p d'cciplijto doe r'ot limit, its practice to maltsr3 but urges thrift in time and ii crir-'rnpo'O'- fo'.'e w'ir o n L'borty L'onds. The. . Cows, Sheep, tnplements AN D FEED -- OF I SJooOdy ? Apils ml 1010 On,nnnkA two-year-o- m. I will otf er at public outcry at my residence near Ottawa the followld ing personalty: 5 head of horses, 2 extra good mares, 2 colts and one weanling, 2 good young cows now giving milk, 3 short yearling calves, one a thoroughbred Jersey; 10 head of good grade Cots-wo- ld sheep, 1 thoroughbred Poland China sow due to farrow soon. FARSVUNQ 1 Bondliberly Studebafcer Wagon, I Deering" Mower, 1 McCor-mac- k Self Rake Reaper, an excellent machine for buckwheat; J two-horCorn Planter, with plates for planting cane and cow peas; 1 two-horRiding Cultivator, nearly Vulcan Breaking Plow, J two-horCultivator, 2 double Shovels, Harrow new, J Spring. Tooth and other good farming tools, J Cider Mill, 1 Forge and Blacksmith good two-horse IMPLEMENTS se se se one-hor- se "In-hock.- " RS. J. M. ADAMS 5g2XEISG:SXZX22gI3gAjffi iMMCmLtmiZ13LML9m.Tt 5 - 8 L. W. BETHURUM foccc ' . ; DR. WALTER ms Zr BRODHEAD ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, JtY'.- - - Will practice in alt the courts. Omce on Church Street y?$tec&oc&-&&c$3t- Si h j Dentist r-- I iX'M-MiTlS'- kr.ieL f I Office Over U. G. MiiMiMKtflnnlH Advertise irTSighal g iJbmm MT. VEBNiON, "uJkJiJt irMf Baker's Stors WKENTUCKY StKfl U WJ nf.f i C A'S TORIA CMldTen Cry FOR LETCHER'S Tools. One new five horse Gasoline Engine, Corn Crusher, small Grist Mill and Wood Saw, anoutfit every farmer should have; one Top Buggy and one no top Buggy with harness, and Plow Gear, one good Sled. I will also sell a lot of Feed, including Corn, Hay, Fodder and Buck--wheAlso 15,000 Chestnut Shingles. "TERMS made known on day of Sale. at. j. Am. H. BARNETT, 0wa IPP :tw- TO THE FARMERS AND HOUSEKEEPERS BUILD MARTIN dUXE3. Doubtless every one knows the value of the purple martin, which usually makes its appearance in Kentucky from April ist, to the 15th, and which is one of the greatest insect destroyers of the bird specie. And since farmers of Kentucky lose thousands of dollars annually through the medium of the. insect and since it Is most imperative that the blue martin be encouraged to the fullest extent to come andremain with us, I feel, tl,t injustice to the hungry, starving millions, that every housekeeper and faimer in Kentucky should at once erect poles and place upon same a simple and substantial martin box as a home for these most valuable birds. NATION IS BEG! NNNG F1NAN0EAL RECOVERY Down and Out But His Tongue Slid Wags THE HUN Is still able to whis-per. FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD FINDS READJUSTMENT COMING AFTER ABNORMAL WAR CONDITIONS fe Washington. Definite evidences of "Olive l)rab'' for a conple of yoars you naturally yearn to ret into your own clothe. again now that it's all over and you're back on your old job. After w And beuif; b ick on the job means that you'll want a new outfit -- clothes, shoes, furnishings and a hat a SWANN earing the beginning of financial recuperation following abnormal war conditions are set forth by the Federal Reserve Board in a review of the February reserve bulletin. Thes evidences are: Increase of bank balances at financial centers, a tendency toward lower rates for money, lessening of the amount of paper held by Federal Reserve and Member Banks, inflow of gold coin and gold certifi- hat. SWANN HATS are the safest, surest hats tbuy Safe because they're thoroughly good, and surest because you may be certain the style is the latest and the service you'll get from it is beyond measure. - cates at banks, indicating greater confidence in the financial situation, and lessened demand for money, and decline in the volume of Federal Re serve notes outstanding, demonstrating the elasticity of the Federal Reserve system. o The board deplored evidences of the Woman relaxation of wartime economies, A Miser, saying that the industries of the Two Stars--- United States and other countries would soon need quantities of capital, and that it behooved Americans to A miser, born in a land afar, Who'd gained a fortune over here. continue to be thrifty and pile up reWhere Liberty is the guiding star, serves of credit Looked up from his gold with a bit"The return of active production ter leer. and consumption is being retarded," the board observed, "by high expenses 1 got it by pinching and going without; of production.' They call me greedy; I am," said he. "The Nation's call to lend I flout For bonds they'll get no gold from HUIWOBKER TELLS me." One of nis favorite subjects is Liberty Bonds. The bonds are absolutely the bast secured In the world so he dare not attack them openly. He whispers to you to sell them, hoping to demoralise the market. And he has about as much chance of doing this as he had of winning the war. It is character, istie Hun stupidity. Every time you aTe approached to sell your Liberty Bond or to trade it for stock in some unknown and unestablished project, remember it is the voice of the Hun speaking. Then take another grip on your j Liberty Bonds and hold tight Keep those you have and be ready tc J buy more when the Victory Lib f erty Loan is offered for sale Ir I April. It the national Joy sm oke I1 Sill aKKlWRilfill I llliii iii irtfi 'J dfflHw ii B Mil JHBBSSPWWMB I RIIRIIHI A And It will only necessitate a little time and the expenditure of a very small amount of funds and will result in a saving of almost an unlimited amount of foods and feeds. Therefore, please do not put it ff, or "let George do it," but be rin the erection of homes for hese busy, useful and badly needed little birds. byR-J- CopjrrlgM till . Reynolds Tobacco Co. v,wS&x- - Vi liuillfWT liaMHuDMliB X TEVER was such rie:ht - handed - two1 fisted smokejoy as you puff out of a Come in and get under some of the new springers. -- THE 1919 VERSION OF BREAD UPON WATERS THINK OF ME CLIPPING COUPONS," HE SAYS. "IT DOESN'T SEEM REAL." AST thy bread upon the waters, for thou halt find it after many days." Millions of Americans can today testl fy to the truth ol this promise. They A woman gazed on a star of gold. She'd given all she had to give, And sacrificed to lend, 'twas told. That Liberty and Land might live. "And I'll lend again and again," she said, "To help to remedy war's ills, "And to keep true faith with our hero dead e By helping pay our bills." war-tim- Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture. THE BEST LAXATIVE. "My sedentary habits have necessitated the use of an occasional laxitive I have tried many but found nothing better than Chamberlain's Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, Hardwick, Vt. Mr. Daniels is proprietor of the Hardwick Inn, one of the model hotels of Nev England. THE CASH STORE jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert! That's becauce P. A. has the quality! You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line ! Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch well you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments! d tin Toppy red bag, tidy rtd tins, handsome pound and humidor and that clotty, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keep the tobacco in such perfect condition. half-potrn- ? iin Liberty Loan Levity SttAVE -- 'ER - rf . 1 life Was a I ik "" ii? BHM f - im IT, V - f ev R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m, N. C gfSiiffil-Hr- i Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: a "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with, dread fron? one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . I decided to ... P TAKE The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. "I took four bottles' All Druggists FOR FRESH Groceries Will U MILES EAST OF ORLANDO Oh CMksfcirg Read lave learned that the principle is jperative now as well as then. Millions who never had a savings account have been induced by patriot ism to save their pennies and their Jmst a half-withey called Barbel dollars. As a result they now own Blaney. government securities and belong to Barber knew, though, some day the coupon clipping class. A start be rainy. toward financial independence has alSo he shared and he shaved most miraculously come from someAnd he saved and he saved thing that all their lives they have Aad bought bonds. Now they caS uuney oraiay. been throwing away. They have learned the possibilities of thrift and are better citizens. VICTORY LOAN WILL BE A typical experience was told the other day b7 a day laborer in e Youngstown manufacturing plant SOLD TO PUBLIC JUST Here is his story practically in hi. own words: "Up to two yerjs ago I didn't AS OTHER ISSUES WERE have and I never hoped-t- o have a cent saved. With a wife and two kids and a little home to keep up RUMORS THAT BANKS WERE TO on ?3 a day it didn't look possible. BE CALLED ON TO TAKE "That's what I told myself when they began talking about FIFTH LOAN CORRECTED Liberty Bonds and Thrift Stamps. BY SECRETARY GLASS. I am patriotic. I wanted to help win the war, but it seemed imposUMORS and unan sible to stretch our wages beyond thorized statement' the food and clothes and coal. which have b e e 1 The missus agreed with me but spread abroad ovei wo kept thinking about it and the country to the ef talking about it and finally we began to figure. Well, it's a long glrfTfPf feet bethat there waf no Fifth Lib to story and I can't remember it all orty Loan have beer happen. First I It just sewed to brought to the atten cut cut the Sunday c'sar and tlon of Secretary ot the Treasury later the old pipe. Mather gave Glass. The secretary reiterates hif up a feather slie wanted, forgot statements tho movies and cut down on the food trimminV. That there will be a Fifth Lib-- . The kids went erty Loan; barefoot a littla longer. "We plupppd ami brujrht a First That it will be a popular one-s-old Liberty Loan Bond jind paid for to the people; it, ;2 a wifk. Wo didn't miss a That there is no idea on the week. I'll never forget the fampart of the government to sell ily jubilee when I brotigLt home the bonds to the banks; $50 tl::.t beautiful bond. The That the Fifth Liberty Loan youngsters jusiped up and down will be floated this Spring, un'and Mo and I wer1 .or.ie proud. doubtedly bg.inrUngla the latter r "That war the beginning. part of April. of us had got the bug. W The financial heads of the governhaven't missed an fasue. Wo now ment are perfecting the plans for an own $150 worth of those bonds issue that vrikl meet the requirements ard are paying on our fourth one. of the tine and the Central liberty "Think cf rae clipping coupons! Loan committee of the Fourth FedIt don't sewn rcr-1-. Of eour-.e- , we rve beei! in a terrible wrr, but if eral Reserve district at Cleveland ts well along in the task of laving a ji has taus lit n:uny people how to foundation for a campaign which will KJtve as it has us, it hus done a outdo in intensity any of the four prewonderful thing. Ve'ro going to ceding campaigns. !: op right on and I "hope thrre'll b more bend and stamps. We Stories emanating from Washing: rt of need something to force us ton and discussing the preliminary o save even now and the thought plans of legislators may have a tenthat we are helping Uncle Sam dency to befog the reader. It most helps push." be remembered that these stories are speculation, merely reflecting the of the men who will ultimately have"to Barrow down to i Liberty Loan Levity some one procedure. Enough has already been definitely settled to permit the secretary of the treasury to make the statements above asd to emphasize them. ' To further emphasize the fact that T.I! there will be a Fifth Victory loan and to correct the impression which has 3aid the Yank to his brother, the Gob: erroneously been circulated that the We've put Hun where he no more banks would have to take the loan. can rob Governor E. R. Fancher of the FedAnd pillage and kill eral Reserve Bank of Cleveland reI wonder now will cently sent word to all of the Liberty The folks at home Finish the Job." Loan workers In the district calling upon them to correct these false imThe problems of peace require "solu- pressions. tion and call upon your loyalty as did the DroblemB of winning the war. t. Thc-fcumind-workin- ., . .. j. kMMMMMWbMMlsMMiswKsMfUSMMMMMMM I- X- L j j 1 .. i- B W -x if f , . .- - ' -- nag . f..-sSjaLf- TRADE MORAL PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see The quality tl what you have to sell is knowi to some people all of the time and all of the people some tl !:.,. 1 ,' ' 4 ., v V- 1 ' ' V , .4-- & !l , - y.- - - :s: the time, but advertise regularly with us and you'll reaok all of the people all of the timt ' ' i ', $ ' 't P I Country Produce BRING YOUR BRYANT GiARAGE DR. MOORE, Cox Buildiner, Tie Optkin Mt. Vernon, Kyv CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR ,.-r'i- O' &C S53aSjsMft.MA.s-JSfl&ft- r. JrfiZ; jr frjikitmft?Ai fte&M Fighting Roosevelts to the i tMmiVm4mtaZ& mr , m-M- . v.nninrufi "" iii.ninpmgwMw ,, ... n iijj.- 1 11 " M From the Cradle White House of Adventure A stirring American Drama and Achievement Theodoi Roosevelt was ever trying to make better Americans He was Mcver above employing a popular means to that end. When he was told his life story would make a bullv photoplay, with plenty of punch and thrills galore I FIL'M FOLKS WILL ENJOY" h? said: "Go ahead verify them. Read the instructions on the forms carefully before attempt ing to fill them out. The reports with the tax due must be in rov hands on or before March 26th, loll),' or you are .subject to a penalty of 1000. I .am trying to reach every dealer but there will necessarily be some who are not on my mailing list, since the penalty will apply to them with the same force as to those who receive reports I would be glad if you will call the attention of dealers in Hour section to the provisions of the law. Any dealers who have not received forms can have same by writing to this office. S X3 j,1 mammmmimmBmm it' gynpv ivyA,ywy iwhm .,, .W J- - mv c- - jm m V'TBOT K Overall Crown SYSTEM Made by The Crown Overall Mfg. Co.. Cinninnati.O. UNION MADE GENUINE DYE 200 Denim 8 oz. Highest Grade Overall Made 8 NEW PAIR S ft FrecTHtsERip In All Sizes but no faking I" Respectfully, W. or do not give perfect satisfaction s (He never could stand a fakir) with the producer, passed on the scenario, and one of his He last actt was to approve the finished production. Hughes, Collector. s 8 The result is a Movie that hits th" 'ugh spots in the career of the American who had more friends and more If it Entertains You MAKES YOU SEE RED. WHITE who did more various things well, than any other of his time AND BLUB; more clearly tha hfnre, his purpose will have been achieved. ies i 7$h r sas futcheit "lite Greatest Fiction is Truth"-PO- E fs OPERA BOON E WAY HOUSE LEVELGREEN Gentry tilled his regular appointment at Friend- ship Sunday. Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. M. Broyles were up from Plato Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mullins. Dr. O'Bannon, of Stanford was called to the home of J. L Hastv Sun day in consultar'on with Dr. Law rence to see Miss Myrtle Kidd, who is in a very Ferious condition. Miss Anna Brown was home from Langdon School over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Hurst are the proud parents of a baby girl at their home. Mrs W. E Anderson has been very sick with the flu. Our liitle village seems to be J prospering of late. We now have two stores. J. M. Broyles has put in a large stock of goeds with O J. Mullins as clerk and they seem to be doing a hustling business. D. R. Gentry is again a very welcome cit- Rev. D. R. MARCH Monday 9 k L4 is working for M E. Burton at Mt. izen of this place- - He wil1 ran Vernon T. L Meece has recent-l- y the farm of Mrs. J N. Brown been discharged from the army this year His sot) Richard, will and is now at home. stay on their farm at Willatlla. INTERNAL REVENUE Mr. and Mrs. Edd Brown have DEPARTMENT. moved back to their home here. They had Leen living at Crab Danville, Ky., Feb. 24,1919. Orchard since he returned from Dealers in Tobacco, Snnff, Cigar Camp. It se?ms that all are try-- 1 aud Cigarettes ;np. tn pt hnrt t w thpir land nf i .... e The new Revenue Bill imposes duativitv. Mi. and Mrs. G. W. an additional tax on all tobacco, Shells are rejoicing over the ar- snuff, cigars and cigarettes, in rival of a new baby at their home. j the hands of dealers on February Henry Hasty was out in Glade 25th, 1919. section last week buying hogs. An inventory as of that date Mr. and Mrs Henry Todd, of raust at once be prepared. If Bandy, spent a very pleasant tnis letter reaches you after that day with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. date it will of course be neces- Hatcher last Sunday. The little sary to include any stock on hand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. then, but disposed of afterward Brown is very sick. Miss Bess enclose blank Form of Inven- DeBord of Berea College spent tory Part 2 and also blank Form ,aau cc. wiui uCl Biaucr, ivn:,. 0f Return Part i. Take your in-W. E. Anderson O. L. Hatcher ventorv on part 2. beiner very was in Mt. vernon Monday to carefal t0 make it exact s0 that see his mother who is still in wucu a Revenue uuivici VISltS ,u very poor health. Tack DeBord you to verify same yuu wm uoi -- .. w- J :.. HAS HAD STOMACH TROU- McBEE BLE FOR SEVEN YEARS. Theodore Sanford of Fenmore, MT.VERNON, KY'. Mich., has had stomach trouble H E.5DRUMMOND for seven years aud could not J. eat vegetables or fruit without L.IVINGS TON. KY pain in the stomach and restless INCLUDING TAX nights. Kv taking Chamberlain's E. Tablets he is now able 1o eat CRAB ORCHARD, KY. vegetables or fruit without caus If b i embarrassed by the possible ing pin or sleeplessness. troubled with constipation or Represented in South Eastern Kentucky & West Virginia charge of having made a false re- indigestion give these tablets a port By Ky. trial. They are certain to prove beneficial. When you have completed the yNrryrx 4 XT inventory, carry the quantity of C. C. eaci class as shown therein to Mules For Sale: Work mules ATTORNEY-AT-LAthe Return Form Part 1 and exabout i5 hands high. Call on MT VEENON.KV I tend the tar due at the rate imW b Robins, 5 miles south wtst OFFICE.- - On2rd.floorof posed. There are two copies of For Infants and Children Bank of Mt. Vernon, on of Mt. Vernon. each or the reports, one marked Church St. Special atten In Use For Over 30 Years "Original" the other "Duplicate" tion given collections. 6 Always bears the FOR Rgfci&S&sS Send to this office by first mail 'PNoNK 80 v Signature of n after completion, the "Original" copy of each form accompanied by a remittance covering the tax. 1 I cannot accept forms maiked "Duplicate" so be very careful to send the ones marked "Original". A DO The remittance must be in the form of a bank draft, certified check, currency or money order IN I am not allowed to accept p sonal checks uncertified on ac- count of collection costs The 'Duplicate" Inventory ar.d Y. MT. T? r .. ..... mi- WW In? .v.rn n,il1 h UJJ tne officer who will be sent to tf sr For Sale bv the following SCHAFER &.ROBERTS 25c Prises! and a BRODHEAD KY. SUTTON & P. 35C s W. PERKINS s Williams W yvi JOSEPH PANB, Louisa, wr a CASTOR A O.AST05 Do You Wanf To Se!! Your YOU Gi&y&M&i rarm, FARM? I WANT TO BUY FOR ANYTHING REAL ESTATE R.H.MILLER VERNON, 11 ....-V- -.. Int-.a- t n SEED POTATOES have arrived and going fast. These are the finest Northern seed, sacked in 2.J, bu. bags. Get your order in now. Our second car will reach us this week so that everybody will get as many as they want qualty guaranteed 16 oz. to every Welch pound. Friends we could no afford to pay our money to tell you of these many good things and then disappoint you. We have many other good things to show you when you come in to see us. We of the year small profits, quick sales and a big turnover spells WELCH prices. ALL VARIETIES ONLY Dodge Brothers7 Automobile We will be pleased to dem- $1-2- 5 don't hold sales. It is a straight forward everyday sale with us PER BU. 365 days out Wagons OLD HICKORY and WEBER 2 in. complete, only $1 20. 3 in. complete, only 1 Wire Fence Per Rod No. 10 top and bottom at Buggies PHOENIX means some- Mr. Farmer Furniture on your Ask us for prices farm machinery. We carry a complete line of Harness Department We call your special at- 2500 rods of No. 9 top and will interest those who care. bottom 4 ft. It will stand up and go after the others are gone. onstrate this car tojanyone in Rockcastle County Proof - of the pudding is in the eat. ing. We can certainly prove it to your entire satisfaction. It is absolutely a 100 per cent car and the best one on the market for the money required to buy it. (Welch's Furniture uept.) thing to the man who cares Our Spring Line 25. of Buggies now in. 45C Let us save you $25 on a wagon. We pay the freight. (Welch's Implement Dept ) Plows Can Save Planters Cultivators You Harrows Come early and get your choice, (Welch's Buggy Dept") Per Rod Phone us your requirements (Welch's Hardware Dept.) Rollers 10 to 25 pER 0ENT Etc. WE PAY THE FREIGHT (Welch's Implement Dept ) Anybody who wants a piece of real furniture would like to pick it from the largest stock and the most complete line in Eastern Kentucky. 'Close to you at our store you can get just what you want. We will be pleased to show you and the trip will open your eyes and make you feel good. tention to our Harness and SHOE Department. Here we make or repair all kinds of Harness or Shoes. Our electric machinery and our expert workmen will please you and smooth out all your little troubles. (Welch's Repair Department.) WE PAY THE FREIGHT iii WELCH'S DEPART fleWislul: BjXvja y a t - l n ( ivr I -- M I I STORE I Use your phone and "SAVE THE DIFFE;R!i&E;" h- - 'i j -I