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Mount Vernon signal: March 28, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919032801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 28, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' .Cffl - fc - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY VOLUME XXXII ft ) 1 nnii f ctno II A ESTABLISH: J887- ! MT. VERNON, su ranee. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY,' KYM FRIDAY, MARCH 28. 1919 NUMBER 26 p D OF) died at the William Maupin, on CopperjCreek Monday. Mrs. John Riddle, and daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Efeil. left Saturday for Bridge Port. Ind., where they will remain for several months. Mr. J. RfWest, aged seventy six, died at the home of his grand son, D. B West, Monday .afternoon. Mr West had been in poor health for several months, and a few weeks ago had an attack of Influenza and already having asthma cand heart trouble he was unable to withstand his aflictions longer. Be has made his home with his grandson since the death of bis He leaves years ago. wife two daughters, Mesdames D. F. Bowling and L. N. Bowling and a number of grand children to mourn the loss of a devoted par ent. ? His remahts- - were laid to Test in Piney Grove Cemetery after short services tat the grave bv Eld. J:'W. Masters, 'fire-b- e reaved, families appreciate fally the assistance nnd kindness of those who helped in any way during the illness and death of the aged father. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Smith have moved to works and improvements. 3 Organize and maintain night Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Carter, schools for vocational and other who have been with relatives in instruction; conducted byvolun-Nort- h Carolina for several weeks, teer leadership, returned home Friday Mrs. i 4. Education that will interest Larkin Hicks has recently re-- home in home m(iustries. mrneu irom a weess visu 10 11. METHODS: relatives in Garrard. Mrs. fl. S. 1. Conferences with returned Christie entertained her Sunday School class at her residence soldiers relative to economical Tuesday evening. Uncle Joel problems. 2. Conference of men of means Lunceiord was taken seriously relative to enterprises and public ill Monday morning and died a Besides his improvements. few hours later. widow he leaves several children 3. Farm agents and demonstraand a host ot relatives to mourn tors for county and agricultural his loss. Rev. R. C. Evans held committee. regular services at East Bern-sia4. Use of press and pulpip, last Sunday. Mrs. Edgar Four Minute Men etc. Brown, and little daughter. Evon. 5. Use State Department of who has been with Mr. Brown, Education in organization of voat Lynch, for several weeks, are cational schools and schools of at home now. Mrs. Wm. illiterates. home of her son 14 p A EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGE FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. -- -- 1. The Government offers to self-supportin- every soldier or sailor an opportunity to secure such an education as will make him g. dt May-fiel- d SOCIAL AND RECREATION- AL NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY AND METHODS 1 OF .ATTAIN- ING THEM. NEEDS:. 1. A constructive' recreational program in every community. 2. Christian leadership in the maintenance - and supervision of this program. 3. A campaign to teach the needs of recreational program. II. METHODS: 1. A permanent Community Council to promote and supervise all recreational and social life. 2. Organization and supervision of play in public schools. 3. Promotion of healthy social life thru, Sunday: School classes amd ..4 other such groups. proper locaV censorshipand with moving general-average-i- close p.cture managers. 5. Largest possible use of re turned soldiers as leaders for Boy Scouts military drill for boys and all other recreational the property recently purchased activities. from Mrs. A. F. Pean. RELIGIOUS NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY AND METH- Findings of Committee ODS 1. Y M C A. Conference 1. OF OBTAINING THEM. NEEDS: and enrichment of the program of the TO BOYS AND GIRLS IN Centers. SOUTHERN MADISON, church to meet these needs. 4. Proper ventilation in homes NORTHERN JACKSON 3. The interlocking of activi public buildings. and AND ROCKCASTLE ties of the chruch with other COUNTIES. education in sex hy- worthy community agencies and 5. Proper giene. The boys and girls who wish to forces. 6. Improvements of schools; 4. Utilization of the returned become a member of the above more efficient teachers; uniform soldier and sailor in carrying out mentioned agricultural club, scale of salaries, and increased. should send their names and ad the program of the church. dress to. County Agent, Spencej 7. Development 01 uivic pride. II. METHODS: Berea, Ky. Beau tifi cation of homes, and 1. Make clear the relation of towns. Enactment of needs and religious, life to recreational, civic Recordbooks bulletins and other strict enforcement of all sanitary and other community activities. information will be sent immediate laws. 2. Promotion and utilization of ly on request. All who wish to 8. Eradication of Adult illiter- Bible become members would get their Study classes. acy. names in as soon as possible. 3. More vital and less formal 9. Memorial buildings to be church program. used as Community Centers. To the Republicans op the 4. v ltuization ot cnnrcnes tnru of National holi10. Utilization Bducational, Recreational, and 29TH Senatorial District: days fcr patriotic and civic in I am and will be until end Social service activities. struction. of the Campaign a candidate for 5. Popularization of congrega- the Republican nomination, for of the 11. Proper direction Boy life and of the Girl life of the tional singing. the State Senate. The district 6. Simpler and more vivid is composed of the Counties oi community. methods of preaching. Esiill, Owsley, Jackson, Rockcas 11. METHODS: Emphasizing the Gospel tie and Madison. I feel that no 7. 1. Health lectures in Public man knows the Republican votMessage. Schools, delivered by local phys 8. of churches ers of this District better than I icians. with such institutions as Y. M. do. I was born in Owsley Coun 2. The use of all organizations C, A. Federation of ty in I802, reared in Jackson and agencies, such as Red Tri- C. A. Y. W. county, and for- three years Churches-Publ- ic Scouts Bible angle Committee-Bo-y lived in Rockcastle county and organizations. classes-Club- s, and Civic Leagues. ror seventeen, years last past 9 Use of soldier and sailor in 3." Utilization of soldiers obserlived in Madison conntv. now promotion of song service-Bib- le vations and knowledge on the classes-youPeople's activities, my home county, My father subject of health and sanitation. and in promotion of all other so- was a soldier, in the Civil War, Institution of Community. cial, recreational, educational and and camped near Irvine, Ky., at 4. ajgptg in all communities. thr time of my birth and my religions activities ' mother carried meotie month ECONOMIC NEEDS OF THE GENERAL SUGGESTIONS. thereafter to the camps to see jnyCOMMUNITY AND THE 1 WOVBRNMEFT INSURYankee Daddy. T have ever MEANS OF ATTAINING ANCEsince been an ardent. and "active Them. 1. Soldiers should be advised worker in the Republican ranks 1. NEEDS; wieir government insurance is a iii ihb mives snort to, preserve' 1. Men to return to the farm better iewrance proposition tkan and' ffiyaWu. S. A. a&fe for hu. and become efficient farmers. any of iawrance coa- - Matty Itdoeesecfii bat of interest in pgttiee caa offer theea. TheyToibk:tp ia that; I should jive 3 StfiBuktkm good roftds, and in otlwr jmblk ahwrid be ttrgad to koW thuia- - o claim .?-mm Ksr."'D.Mk1i'uW -. -c so as to serve as Community Schobls-Clubs-Business 1. The proper relationship of NEEDS. our Religious enterprises to the 1. Good Roads and good Streets needs of those returning from 2. Sanitary Closets. war service. 3. School Houses constructed 2. The extension tucky colleges are arranging for rmy very best to secure the a tund for the education of any .nomination, if it can be Jdone soldier or sailor unable to pay honestly. This being my object, his own way, even tho he may I appeal to every Republican in the District who feels that I will not be disabled. honestly and faithfully dp my RED TRIANGLE COMMITTEE. dnty as the people's Senator to help me secure the nomination. The State Y. M. C. A., offers thru the Red Triangle' Committee No man jever heard metcriti-cis-e a single Individual in this or Y. M. C. A. prothe gram to communities where Y. any of the Counties who saw fit M. C. A. buildings and secretary to vote against me before; and regardless of who supported me can not be had. in the race, 1 ask in this anH. T.Young ( Committee A Willis Sigman nouncement every Republican, ( Miss Clyde Watson. whether I have the opportunity see him or not, (ask you perNOTICE TO BOYS AND GIRLS. to' sonally) to vote for me. this 'time. Last year Kentucky had more I am engaged in the active practhan 6000 boys and girls in the tice of my profession and closely Agricultural Club work. This confined by the discharge c(f the year we are hoping to reach 8000 duties incidentthereto, but to 10,000. Boys and girls from neveitheless I shall gladly(with-i- n 10 to 18 years of age can join the next few days), go over this club and raise any kind of a the District, and see as many of crop or animal that they desire. the voters as I possibly can tind The requirements are: study place, my claims in their hands, the lessons furnished by county and if they see cause to honor agent, keep a record book and me with this nomination I "shall take the final examination in the do my very best to conduct myfall. Each club member receives self that thty shall never feel three grades, one on agricultural ashamed of their support. practice, wnich-i- their work and After the Republicans of the one on their record book and State meet and adopt platform I one on their examination. If the will be found standing on. each percent or and "every plank thereof? as 70 I above the club member will be .weJlwthatoiurfcy'Jias given a certificate issued by th'e the brains to formulate a platstate college of agriculture show- form that will meet wit'a the aping that they have completed a proval of the voters of the State years work. of Kentucky. Very respectfully, This certificate entitles the to one-haholder unit credit in W. T. Short. High School work. "The club work is a splendid opportunity for the boys and girls in many ways. They get information from the State College of Agriculture and from the Department i of Agriculture at Washington through the county agent and at the same time they credit in their school work for the work they do through the summer. all-aro- All of his expenses will be paid while he is in school, and in addition to this, he will be given a monthly cash allowance, sufficient for all his needs" Ken- voters of the entire Dfstrict for their support in the next August Primary Election. '; will be remembered I ran It for this same nomination four years ago, but the party saw fit to nominate my opponent, and white some of my friends claimed trickery, no man ever heard me complain or growl, and ,wliile I mean to make this race in the new District composed of the Counties aforesaid, I shall do Anybody Can Cut PRICES But it takes brains to meet JVly "White Fawn" Flour Cane Sugar Compound Lard Arbuckle Coffee B?1U Sale of MEN'S PER BAG 55 I 1 B U PER LB. PER LB. PER LB. ' - .20 HATS to close c from 48 out at less than cost up Do not miss this Golden Opportunity to get yourself rigged up in a new Hat - THE HOUSE OF CUT PRICES The Bright Spot Just soosite the Court House I Durham, of Dango. Some few have begun to garden in this Ben Ponder, of the Estill Mullins, who has been part.--MGauley section, has moved his sick for the past week is able to family to this place, vve are. resume his work at the dept. .Wm. Dangherty, son of Thos glad to have good nei hbors r. W. F. BAKER s WITHERS j . s -- Daughertyhas-- " France. retVr?BPbinoviin1.Chai.. lf He was visited by a crowd of the boys and girls Sunday evening at his home. Mrs. Bert Mullins and children spent from Saturday until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones to Bond to work- - Mrs.. Estill Satu?3ay and" spent the night Mullins is on the side list this, with him. Master Andrew Rob-weeThe church yard at Red lerts, of Cooksburg. spent the day Hill is being cleaned off, plowed Tuesday with his friend, Willie, up and grass seed sown. This Roberts, here. There was a shows that the church and corn- Continued on last page k. munity have not forgotten their loved ones that have gone before. It is a good deed that they have Dacgherty and done. Henry Henry Mahaffey, of JUvingston, accompanied their brother and has gonej nephew.. Wm,. JDangherty home r5 - are-give- n 4vJ '- " , :- -- K . "I -- - ;' .i ' : tf'' a ' : '. - -- '' y-z' -- " . . s - ' .'-". . , - - ''" 'v -- ' :' ' " - ir, '';""-- .T w-f :, - .i.. : ,- FORD -TV i v 5. '.'- F; Gets' you there :. Gets vou back ' , v . v' - - . fr r ijp - -. - v FORD . l ; . TBe cheapest, easiest and most con-- : v?vehient means of travel on earth 'f.H , - hi' & - OB "- - .; ,f; ','-- , Eventually- you will" have one; :'-iiot now? , ' ' - why , .: -- Jv-. v ?; v . . 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I THE VERY NEWEST CREATIONS i WAISTS INNOW ftf' ft Spring Waists ARE ON DISPLAY S&J SvZi 1 fir A ii r vS J ''Jtrxti 7 '"TOILS "ORGANDIES GEOEGETTA CREPE CREPE DE CHINE Lot new Waist Patterns in Piece Goods Come to-da- appearance of our THE orr-- fch r 6 u g h o u t breathes the spring spirit. In.no, previous year haverwe - "f n a b eo1 show such charming effects in e - ' f ". -- 1 Model that gives the foot a long slim appearance H fa22' .wr" rTni much desired by the dresser of today Carried in mahogany tan, regular tari and black calf. The right style at anytime, anywhere WST ! JrPIv ! S" A Walk-Ov- er for-anybod- y i with Walk-Ov- er 1 ,- I of every pair quality back come and look. Wearing Apparel y ., OXFORDS HATS & HIGH SHOES - y and let us to show you price $1.00 $6.50 SHOES Evety day brings something new in Petticoats White Satin Black and Fancy Silks, Satteens, etc. for women, men and children. All our Dry Goods department is full of beau tiful patterns. Every article reflects .our endeavor to offer only merchant $3. & $4. NECKWEAR $ Dollar Scarfs that look one-fifty. Stiff and soft styles in every 1 accepted shape with an individuality that stamps them high-grad- e. Rich, deep colored silks in army beautiful designs; figures stripes solid and two tone shades. 50c, 75c, $1.00 ' dise of the highest quality. Visit this-stortoday. ' We are prepared rm all departments to give you service! e Monarch an:d Arrow BRANDS0 SHORTS I Uaee Oxfords. Black and Tari - Low Shoes Pumps Heel Ladies' PRICE CllH MILLINERY You will find a good I I SHIRTS AT SENSIBLE PRICES selec-tiQnfof:Lt- With 3?rench and MHitary 1 " he t"T ' Shoes to fit the purse as Price well as the $3.00 to $7.50 LACE AND BACK LACE latest designs in Hats,4 Come early tand make your selection. V -- Oxfords iSilk iVlixturds. "1 0 E P 'R Madras ARROW u NEW.SOFf BRlND' COLLARS COLLARS, FANCY AND'PLAIN i ; 111 $1. 1 $5. ' NEWEST STYLES IN Mitzi Sailors Tilted Turbans " U. 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' CZaJj-Hj-..-- -' 'nin'fi nVrr' LEI'S FINISH OUR BBri ManPfffinnnnW. Lnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnr5'H!?BhAn. MTfTmn i imr7ifBTT. in mm ssammmmiorirrn ntimtf ftrwwW--- YirrTtiwir f iTSLp U.S.TRADEGOMMISSIQb PROBES HI L MANY JOB WILL BE PLEA OF LIBERTY GASES 0. S. IN BOND SWINDLING BELIEVE- - COU.NTRY OFFICIALS WILL RISE TO ITS DUTIES IN FIFTH LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE. WHY NOT NOW? a pity to go on indefinitely W"HAT for a more comfortable home, yet not actually making an effort to get one what a waste of years Life is so short, and to miss its supreme blessing What a shame Resolve now that you will have one of the lovliest homes. It is easy, come and see me. I have anything you need to build with, and the price is right ! TREASURY AND CAPITAL ISSUES COMMITTEE SUBMIT DATA-FAK-ERS EMPLOY WOMEN. " UMEROUS cases of fraudulent .operations by stock promoters who are al-- Paint-WUho- ut Mystery The world at large admits that the United States "started something" when we went into war. The treasury department' officials at Washington believe that the United States will be ready and willing to "finish it" when the last three weeks in April roll Buy paint that you know is good paint that there's no mystery about. On the back of every can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find the exact formula of its contents. Thui you take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its' ingredients. Hanna's Green Seal is the good-wearin- g, good-looki- ng xpert painters prefer. Try it. paint that Sold by T. H. PiOB, vk X Hfirst move CAH w3lUU I m a winning r gm fM Cll Ivl ine battle of life Is made when sav- - begins. It will educate you financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and Fhink happiness Every deposit made with us is a step toward Independence Start an account with us today and m, stick to it Ban k of Mt: Vernon USE around. The last three weeks In April are the weeks 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 appeal to finish the job. A committee headed by Guy Emerson, director of the Liberty Loan Committee of the In. Nevr York district, was appointed at The first testimony considered was a recent meeting of treasury depart- a list of complaints compiled by the ment representatives from the twelve Treasury Department and the Capital federal reserve districts and delegated Issues Committee. Other data which to go over the ideas and views ex- is to be given the investigators has pressed at the conference with an been gathered by commercial inter-- , idea of sifting out of them a basis for ests ..- " : V- a sales campaign in Spring. Two features stood out. as obvious and convincing arguments for the purchase of bonds of the sell" you When someone" tries-to Fifth loan. One was the need for finspeculative or doubtful stocks and ishing the Job we have on. our hands. securities The heavy expenses incident to deGet his name! mobilization, return of the boys and Particularly If he" tries to exor whatever reconstruction change his securities for your Libduties may fall to us from erty Bonds tbe peace table must be met The GET HIS NAME! proceeds from the Fourth Loan are Get not only his name, and adunavailable for these purposes as they dress if possible, but get all the spent almost as soon as they were 'literature" he has. Then send it were raised. all to upon which parThe other feature The Federal Trade Commission, ticular stress is to be laid, in the Washington, D. C. opinion of the men outlining the plans, is the investment feature. In previous loan campaigns the prospective The Federal Trade Commission act buyer has been told repeatedly that provides a penalty or a fine or impris bonds were a good investment, the best onment for those who fail to report or investment, in fact, but in the Fifth who falsely report to the commission Loan this phase of the issue Is to be The investigation is being speeded up As an in- to protect the coming issue, the Vicmore clearly emphasized. vestment the bonds will be particu- tory Liberty Loan. larly attractive from the standpoint of Efforts of the government 'to checl safety because the transition from a the swindles being perpetrated by th war to a peace baste Is the nation can- suave, stock promote' not have any ether effect an them hav6 had such a dampering effect oi than to increase their value. his activities that he. Is taking refuge behind skirts. Women are now beinr employed, elderly-lookinwomen wltl maternal ways which are calculated ti iisarm suspicion. The latest warning from the Treasury Department la: "Do not let the appearance or thf dress or the sex of the- Liberty Bond N scalper disarm your suspicion. sOrer lining of the war dood reputable stock sales person will trj THE apparent to one man down in o trade for your Liberty- - Bonds. Holr New York City long before the sign- -- our bonds!" -- '. ing of the armistice made it visible to all men. And this man saw it from a ' little different-angle- r nanaaaanm leged to be swindling Liberty Bond owners are before Bnanaananna the Federal Trade Commission at Washington for investigation. The commission Is having daily hearings at which testimony is being offered by those who have been victimized or their representatives and the commission" has invited anyone who has such information to send it ! Be a Sleuth! Yours for building, world-policin- g S. T. PROCTOR v- -- well-dresse- d Reformed By War Greatest Nation Of Wasters Is g . IHE high standard this bank has set for itself in the con duct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every, emer gency and under all circumstances. T - this institution is one of helpfulness of "jC The spirit i u He was 8. "W. Straus, New York fina-ncle- r anr president of the Society American for Thrift. Greatest of All War Pictures Soon to Be 1 Released by Treasury tr""We t shoTfldltkeo our-patron- s "number-yo- White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants; Made from selected Red Winter A trial will convince you. Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Crab Orchard Milling : CO, z: CRAB ORCHARD, KY. MSfTTYv- r-r i isrriYv. 4 i TTgf?t SThe X Cash o BRODHEAD I Store .X 8 WE HAVE A FULL LINE 8 VULCAN & AVERY PLOWS g BINDERS TWINE, MOWERS, Mechanics' Overalls Shirts, Clothing & Shoes RAKES AND REPAIRS, BRINLEY HARDY WAGONS, & MYERS' PUMPS Call On Us For Anything In Our Line The Treasury Department-- Is soo j send out over the country the gren "The war has :st war picture ever drawn. taught us as a It will be called 'The Price i people more about pace" and is an assembling of tl thrift than any otb ost thrilling of the thousands of fe er one thing which - f film taken by official photographei conld befall or has f the war college who followed th befallem us," Straus --ank from his home to the front au EsJSannnnnnnnnnnnnflK'i sxtt h& a recent in.ck again. terview. We hare The film will be released om-- ( S v tT 1 practically doubled, 'h Liberty Loan committees E war sines free- S.wStraus started, the num' bz si? the ber of families in the United States who have something put by for a Men rainy day. na"We had been a most wasteful Bonds tion up to the' beginning of the war. Before war the number of persona The national convention ofinsurance who were drifting en without ommissionera recently decided that thought or avavtton for the n the auditing of all s Insurance future was alarmtag. Now there must for the year ending December be upwards of InUity millions ef oer "1, 1918. par would be allowed for all people who own Liberty Bonds. They liberty Bonds. have either had to save to buy them Financiers see in or have to save now because always careful and this action of th always conserve of contracting to buy them." cive insurance commissioners a cer Straus defines thrift as gnatntgwlon tain indication that the present 1ot to discipline, He does Bonds of '.the not limit its practice to matters of orices of Libertyonly temporary flrsi !our issues are and mc. ., but urges thrift in time and in that the bonds are soon to go above health. par, "In the present period of The action should be an incentive he went on, "and in the to private owner of Liberty Bonds future every man, no matter how to .the on. hang menial may. be his employment, must practice thrift, and every employer must see, first, that conditions arc such that his employees can practice Levity thrift and, second, that they ae prac tice it" -r Giving up all pleasures and recreations for the sake of saving sMoey Is not thrift, according to the Straus view. He says: "Pleasures which we really enjoy bring as definite returns la health and eeatentmenL It is the A canny young lad named Calhoun. pesdltKre of all we have for perhaps for pleasure whisk Is net About to wed Masie Muldoon, Decided a necklace sach to us but which Is asm Hated the As groom's gift too recklenC thing by oar neighbors ihat atolls wneU and eztravagaaes. We small Hell give Maze a Nate come June. never hecosse a nation ef tightwads. J as the eipreswlsntees." HANG ONI Straw dees set believe that the teachings of thrift Should he droyped by the government as seen as the Dont forget! Liberty Bonds are gn Liberty Loan ra sign Is ever next lag above anr. Tnat is way brokers-ar'AmrtL He advocates keeaimg at the advertising for them. 'Brokers Iiihbu the war has tanght as, and know. 'Be "wise.- Hang onto yaw after making a alee far the teacntng ef thrift ia aQ seaeoia, he eeaelades: The ewppsrt ef the Fifth Unertv "Thrift is the vary foaadatloa ef an individual eUcieccy and iadividaal Lena by the Anurias people will be enWency is the foasdatioa of an " I '(VMS M 11 amoung PEOPLES BANK nsurance Liberty List at Par com-.anle- ay-pare- self-impose- d. Horses, Cows, Sheep, Calves, Implements AND FEED A. M. PUBLIC SALS OF recoa-strection- ," Liberty Loan today, April 1st, 1919, 10 o'clock two-yea- I will otf er at public outcry at my residence near Ottawa the followrold ing personalty: 5 head of horses, 2 extra good mares, 2 colts and one weanling, 2 good young cows now giving milk, 3 short Cots-woyearling calves, one a thoroughbred Jersey; JO head of good grade ld sheep; J thoroughbred Poland China sow due to farrow soon, e -- - Studebafcer Wagon, J Deering Mower, 1 McCor-mac- k Self Rake Reaper, an excellent machine for buckwheat; 1 two-horCorn Planter, with plates for planting cane and cow peas; J two-horRiding Cultivator, nearly two-horVulcan Breaking Plow, Cultivator, 2 double Shovels, Harrow new, J Spring Tooth Oder Mill, J Forge and Blacksmith and other good farming tools, good two-horse se se se one-hor- se FARMING IMPLEMENTS " J 3ldfcX3C3ir L. W. BETHURUM ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VBRNON, RY. Will practice in all the. courts. Office on Church Street ; J DR. WALTER .ananaW Onenewftle horse Gasoline Engine, Corn Crusher, small Grist Mill and Wopa&tWe an outfit every farmer should have; one Top Buggy and Sled- one no top Buggy with harness, and Plow Gear, one good I will also sell a lot of Feed, including Corn, Hay, Fodder and Buckwheat Also 15,000 Chestnut Shingles TERMS made known on day ot dale. Dentist Office MRS. J. M. ADAMS BRODHEAD UZXZAJ ydcxycyc FOR Baker's Stors MT. U. G. Over VERNON, KENTUCKY Children Gry FLETCHER'S CASTOR-Lji tAaTORlii i OKiidren 0y MR FlfTCNCirS J. H. BARNETT,07JTAWA .r 3 -- V, - - t-- s " I "t 'i$z && d 4- - f3?& ' -- " 'V i . tfJsry.;Jfifc''y rTST -" -- &Z22&&&rC?tt?.r-" "r r:" ' ii --v- ssjvo-- - P"iMMMMMBMMMBMMiaaMttMaiMaWl ; v T j" rj"--- v tzasS&ei YOU SHOULD KNOW M: fSM gSVM&Ai iiiioa 28. iM ..Ssisftfta 11 II.' tula summer, Then all Vernon, C. 'Mi Vernon Signal some tfUibthat attended the school was hereFranklin, of Mt Wednesfolks between trains the it n --- S. NEXT TUESDAY Friday, Mar f8 1919 ALL FOOLS DAY DON' TLETIToeFINDYOU . W1TH0U ABANKACCOUNT Open a Checking Account and pay your bills with checks. The Check is a lgal receipt Open a Savings Account and put a little away for the Future. We have forty or fifty Boys and Girls under fifteen years of age who Bank with us SAVE A LITTLE REGULARLY CAN'T YOU? Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRJGhl. years ago can get an opportunity to meet- each "Other .once more whereat hey have whiled away many pleasant hours. Rut the siddes thing is. all could not - Besides our old School STBSCHIPTION ONE YKAR $I.O Master, there are many who have crossed over the great divide Advertising rales mace known on We are told that the old school application, house is gone, but the p'ace meet. I KENTUCKY MEMBER OP PRESS SSOCIATTON FIRST STATE BANK LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL $15,000.00 DEPOSITS $52 000.00 LOANS 32,000.00 NOT TWO YEARS OI,D YET cfl ANNOUNCEMENTS l We are authorized to announce HON. E. BULLOCK as a cadidate for Representative from ."the Seventieth Legislative district, com posed of Rockcastle and Laurel, coun ties, subject to the action of the Repub lican party at ita primary election on August 2, 1919. LIVINGSTON SBC W.A.McKENZIE BEFORE BUYING YOUR FERTILIZER Nothing Cheap But the Price 167 lb, bags. Sold for Cash. No notes taken, i W.A MeKenzie Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Foure and Mrs. W. Rich were in London W. H. Burton, of Hazard, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Mrs. Ky., her mother, Mr9 Mann, of Paris, are visiting Mr?. B Stanley, of this place. The fishMann's parents, Mr. and Mrs J. you H. Waitou. Our friend W. M. ing season is open and now can see gangs of fishermen armed Hicks informs us that be has left pole and reel, on their way the field as a candidate for matri with "beautiful absolutely pure Rockcastle river der. Calumet is to the mrvrn7 n.nrl nlaime that nr f.r fha' bakings it of the finny tribe, But in the can an in the present he has failed to find the'Jin only' such ingredients as Phil Carrier has been contains woman of his choice, but claims so have been officially approved bj7 at a later dale he might sail in trie most fortunate one as he land- the U S. Food authorities. Desa few again and win and next year will ed a twelve pound salmon Calumet is the days ago. There will be a sup pite the fact that ntinlittr ftalrincr ViirvVioctnnt.nc.t' be leap year and the chances are u....n hall Friday MUl"l, U'RUW" VJll.uj s per at the Masonic that bv that timfi hp. mav stand a. evening. Proceeds to go to the Powder procurable, it is moderi F better show. Andy Kincer has'. ate in price. Armenians who are starving and , In addition of this, Calumet afmoved his drillimr machine to y the hundreds. Oh!' Lincoln county where he fords another opportunity for sav . .... this beau tit ui weatner tnac we are ing. It possesses twice the leavcontract to put down three wells. Mr. and Mrs. A. W Bourne are having now is the time for the ening strength of most powders vkiting relatives in London 'this farmer to .hustle. Miss Aggie only half the usual amount is Pointer had the misfortune to required Again Calumet enweek. Dr. W. T. "Amyx was la Saturday on business. fall and dislocate her elbow. ables the housewife to practice Cincinnati Sunday Dr. R. G. Webb was sensible economy Calumet nevJames Arnold, of Logan, Va., called and she is getting along er fails it never allows bakeday is visiting homefolks. Mrs. D. well. and Mrs. B. H. Griffin loss and waste df expensive bak B. Bambo and son, Leslie, have have nwved to the farm near Mt ing ingredients: using Only by purchasing returned from Stanford after a Vernon-Thorariey ana j,ii such products can the and housewife fewsdays. visit with relatives. Hansel;have changed property, employ economy of a truly bene- -i Several of our citizens attended Hansel paying Farley $1200 dif ficial nature the show. at Mt. Vernon Monday ference. Miss Ella Mae Blautord mgbtandatl report a splendid 1.is visiting her cousin. Miss Marie V . ITX FUR FLETCHER'S show, There is some talk of .1 , in Louisville this week I reunion atold LevelOreen i ! whereon it stood still lingers in our memory. Let's all get busy and go 'there and live over our school days in a few hours. U. C. Davis, of Mt. Vernon, was here Sunday.'in the interest of the Armenian relief fund. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Arnold are visiting relatives in Pineville this week. Mrs. Charley Carpenter, of Leba non, Ky , has returned homt after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. W. M O'Dell Mrs JS. E Hellard, who has been viry. sick for some time is slowly improving. The new con crete platform at the passenger depot has been completed which adds mpch co the beauty cf the place, and is much easier for the one that handles the trucks. -- day en route to Lexington. Mrs W. M. Brady and Miss Lida Uook are in Louisville shopping. Maurice Cottongira, of Corbin, is with homefolks this week. Alfred Owens, of Pineville, was here between .trains Wednesday enroute to Paris, Ky Mrs. G. V. Calloway is visiting relatives in Berea this week. Everybody come to the supper at the Masonic hall Friday night, given to help a righteous cause. Admission 25c. ECONEMIZE r 1iT . ; St1 MNMMMMiHMII :hk TableH 8 Atthe PEACE A WORD of Calicos Dress Ginghams Apron Ginghams ENCOURAGEMENT to the conservative buyer , YES BUT LET IT BE SENSIBLE ECONOMY. There are many warped notions regarding the meaning of economy. Some think that economy means skimping and stinginess deprivation the buying of cheap goods When appied to the buying and using of foodstuffs there never was a more grievous error, a graver mistake. It is the worst kind of folly to deprive oneself or fam ily of pure, wholesome foods for the sake .of money miserliness. Such a method is certain to result in impaired health. Food purity should be the first consideration then economy. This happy combination of pur ity and economy are splendidly defined in Calumet Bahing Pow- Ladies' Hose Men's Half Hose Ladies' Vests Men's Dress Shirts O. N, T. Thread Crochet Cotton and Dress Goods. 5c yd 5c yd 5c yd 1 Oc Par 1 5c Par 1 0c eacn 50c each 5c spool 1 "J " " i 1 ! 1 1 Oc ball Examine our Spring Line of High Grade Ginghams SAVE THE DIFFERENCE. 4 JOHN-ROBIN- S BRODHEAD k. xt2:cc 1 1 1 Lct. 1 - , Produc e Es Poultry, Hides Feat Furs,Kinds of tiers And All Country-Produce WE WANT YOUR s w-.dyn- & i.. WILL, PAY CASH ir. mas w R Gott & Co MT. VERNON, KY. -- 1 .' a". -- Children Cry 1 . CASTOR1A 4 TXTEfrimT. T Good People of Rockcastle County The You know I told you in a recent issue that a car of Seed Potatoes for you, and to come get what you wanted early The caris completely sold out now and those that didn't get their potatoes will pay more "riioney for them, l-Had To 1 Within the past week grain has advanced 25c to 5b c per bushel. And Flour will go up too. I sell only the best High Patent Flour,, and have just received a car at Mt. Vernon, and at Livingston. Don't be deceived and buy a second grade Flour, but buy the best . Buy Yoixr FLOUR Now Twant to tell you something else. HAVE A UI ;?y. - Seed Oats Horse & TSlule Feed and Mill Feed t oon , 4 X n My stock will be complete the first of the week. I o When you beat my price you don't get f J"- "- 4, fc j fl jp Sf J w. R IDER m vp Mt. Vernon Phoee 35 ,. ip-- H y !'-v. Livingston Phone 33 f x ..i .vtil-;- , ', v , . K -- . ..A Z7. - " j - " ?, s. a- , h Vf- v- T - V. '& v 4 ' fi Mt.Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, Mar 28, 1919 Wanted: one-hors- e You can save enuf buying your A plow horse and Spring suit at Fish's to bttv a wagon new hat or a good pair of shoes Theo Pigg BOOTLEGGING COMMlf TEE common belief that, when people assist in the prosecution of any' case in -- court that mrymf-- yrtirrTmwt''ymMiemi&tsii mmmmmmmmtmmmamammmmmmmmmm . II i Just received a big line of coat New Waist line models in young "No. 79" rntnT7r. men suits can be seen at Fish's suits and capes. ' at toOommunl. A 7 Cash Store. oa withSIONAL Sutton & McBee Man past 30 with horse and .For Saih: tfuif. .Leghorn eggs buggy, to sell Stock Condition $1 00 per setting of fifteen. Mrs. Arthur Coffey, Powder in Rockcastle County. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Salary $90 per month. Address Wanted: Men 'or women to 424 South Meridian St., IndianLou is vi llc & Nashville r. R.Co. take orders r among friends and apolis, Indiana. neighbors for- - the 'genuine guar- TIME TABLE. Word has been received by'nfnPHlincioru f nit i;na 22 nortn xJf JJ relatives here of the death of women and children. Eliminates 24 north 3:35 am Willie Hansel. youngest son cf darning. We pay 50c an hour 23 south 12:35 p m Mr. and Mrs.- - Epp Hansel, of sPare time or $24 a week for full Experience unnecessary, fiVoruVW 'lu13. 21 South 12:45 am TminahHro LV ifro o nn fho Intprnat.Jnnal vjiulkiug . . luiviuanuuiu CinnUMy Ias. Landrum, Agent. oatuetieia on or aoouL uctooer Mill w0rristown, Pa. 4tn. Epp Hansel is a former Phone No. 8. Mrs. R. E. Thompson wes here Rockcastle mata and has many Entered at the Mt Vernon, K7. Potoce from Crab Orchard during the relatives and friends here who u second-clas- s mall matter. sympathize with the family in week to see her mother. the loss of their son who gave It it is fresh groceries see us. PERSONAL his life for his country If it is dry goods, see us.v Mrs. W. M. Poynter is numKilled; Luther Manus was It it is overalls, see us. bered with the sick. In fact we have most anything shot and instantly killed, near is at home from you want, and none better. Tom O'Mara London last Saturday night. The J. B. Cummins, the oil fields to spent over Sun- report as given to us is to the West Main Street Grocer. day. effect that Mr. Manus, W. M. U. G. Baker was in Louisville Mullins, and Jeff Johnson, the Of the amount pledged from during the week buying more latter a partner with Mr. Mullins this county during the United goods. in the livery business, had gone War Work Campaign, seventy Scales is the attract- to a point near Pittsburg to get five percent has been collected. Miss Kuth ive visitor of her sister, Mrs. C. some moonshine whiskey. On The Central Committee has called V. Lucy. their return to London, Manus for eighty-fiv- e per cent, and we Walter Robins and child- and Johnson began disputing and hope to be able to pay this Mrs. ren, of Brodhead, are with rela- finally came to blows. Mullins amount at once, so those who says that he was some distance have not paid the full amount of tives here. Lloyd Chesnut, who has been behind and when he rode up, their pledges should make a payin Iowa for the past year, has re- found these men off their horses ment on same at the earliest posfighiug. He says that he tried sible date. All payments should turned home. to stop Manus, who was cutting be made to C. C. Davis, Harold Renner has enlisted in at Johnson and being uuable to the Navy and is now at Great do so, shot to save Johnson's life. Lakes Training Station. Miss Anna Belle Helton, daugh The bullet entered close to the W. B. Spivy, who holds a good nose, ranged upward, passing ter of Mr and 'Mrs. J. S. Helposition near Nashville is at home through the brain causing instant ton, of Freedom, was buried at with his family this week. death. The remains of Manus Freedom graveyard last Sunday. S. E. Hellard, and son, B. H. were brought here Sunday after- The deceased had gone to Har-la- g county only a few days beHellard. were up from Livings- noon and held ovb? until Tuesday ton Tuesday on business. awaiting the arrival of his daugh- fore to visit, took pneumouia Lawret.ce-burg- , ter. The buriafctook place in and lived only a short time. Miss Miss Iola Hansel, of was with her sister, Mrs. Elmwood cemetery following a Helton was one of Rockcastles's brief service at the grave con- best teachers, a very fine young Sam Fields during the week. lady and her untimely death Misses Elnora Frith and Butrice ducted by Rev. H. T. Young. comes as a great shock, not only Shelton, of Brodhead, were guests We deeply deplore the unfortu- to her family but to her host of Miss Jo Davis during the week nate tragedy, as do all the friends of admiring friends. Those atW. A. McKenzie spent a lew and acquaintances of all parties tending from here were: s davs over in Jackson this week, concerned. , G. M. Ballard,' J.S.Lang-fordThe examining trial will be held to see how the hog and cattle and Alice Davis, Misses today and quite a number from Onie market is running. Silvers; Mary Langford, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thoraason, here have gone to London to be Jo Davis, Ollie Roberts, Emma of Hazard, were called here Mon present. Taylor Walter Henderson and day on account of the death of ARMENIAN RELIEF FUND. John Taylor. 79 z It is avery I ft, ! fa-man ..... 1 1 "" . they are medd'llhg, or interfering with things that'are noHe of their j business, and men charged with ' a violation are prvone to be- - j he,e that people assisting in the prosecution are their', personal enemies, and have selfish motives or wish to even scores,, of some grudge. This is not the'.case with any omc,ai or a"y one or cue An. committee in this county. Personally this committee do not wish to see any one confined in jail, or have any one pay out their money in fines They only wish the sale of whiskey stopped in thecounty, and there is no way to suppress the violations of-- law except by enforce' ment of law. This habit will be stopped intRockca"stler County. The good citizens do not intend that our county shall be an outlaw county, and ignore the enforcement of such an Important law. This cause is greater than any one man, or any bunch of men should decide that they do not want the whiskey law enforced. The more slowly the people realize that the Dootlegger must go, the more trouble it will take to clear the" county of this element. The command of the courts has been given, and these orders will be obeyed. The army slogan of "carry on" is being applied to present conditions, and the people are determined to "carry on" until there is no bootlegging or moonshining within the Iwunds of. this county. Investigations .by the Court are bringing some results. They have now gotten to the point that if a man is seen under? the influence of whiskey, asked under oath to explain where and how he secured his whiskey, and the man of whonfit can be proven that he has not been out of the of-law -- X The waist-sea: VOU'ltE If m ' I models sure to like them: especially yojing men. We can tell you, confidently; that it's going to be the style for young men this season ; puts a little ' military touch to the thing that makes quite a hit with the men "coming back' as well as t'he fellows who stayed. They know how to do It; they are the best style design- Hart Schaffner. & Marx styles ers in the country; there are new ideas in pockets, in lapels and in various other features If you want the liveliest styles, 'ask for these Hart Schaffner & Marx models he-;l- s Mes-dame- county is in' a' pretty close place when he undertakes to frame up a story to protect a bootlegger. One claim that is handicapping 7 "i. THE CASH STORE "Z 2r LEADmOj Mrs. Thomason's father, Luther Man us. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Thompson and little son, Chas. L., of Level Green, visited Mrs. Thompson's pw"uts, Mrs. and Mrs. W. T. Davis, a. few days this week. Tony Deicidu", the band teacher, has recovered from his long seige of flu and is back once a week with the band boys. We trust our boys will make a spec ial effort and be ready ior some of the summer engagements, which they can easily do. County Attorney, S. F. Bowman is carrying a badly wounded hand as the result of a pistol wound which he himself inflicted While tiying to stand off a vicious dog, which was about to attack The following is the list of subscriptions for Armenian Relief, received up to the time of going to press. Is your name in the list? Don't you thing the Christian people of the world, whocan con tribute to this down trodden people, should help? Rockcastle's quota is only $398, but lets make It twice that amount. Every Sunday school in the county is asked to make a special donation. Individual subscriptions solicited. Report to either Dr. M. Pennington, Chas. C. Davis qr E.S.Albright, the Armenian Relief Committee for Rockcastle County. The list of contributors follows: $ 25.00 25.00 him, he accidently let a pistol Chas. C. Davis Mt. Vernon Christian fire inflicting a very ugly and Church painful wound through his left W. J. Sparks hand. He is getting along very well. Kev.H. T. Young ro.oo 10.00 r..."..Mo.oo E. S. Albright Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Davis Dr. M. Pennington entertained at progressive Rook W. M. Poynter Tuesday evening at their home F. L. Durham on Richmond Street in honor of Mrs. W. J. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. C. H. White. Those! E B. Cox and Mrs. F. were: Mr. Prof, and Mrs. C. V. L. Durham, Lucy, Rev. and Mrs H. T.Young, Mrs. W. H. Kreuger, Mr. and Mrs. C H. White, Misses Virn, ginia Crawford and Georgia Messrs. Richard Cox Logan Bryant. Delightful and refreshments were served. Mc-Ferro- lo.oo to.oo 500 .'. 5 00 present R. A. Sparks C D. Suttjn W. C. M. W. J. F. Griffin G. McBee C. Williams J. Miller A. McKenzie 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 investigations is that they get drunk on beef wine of iron, tincture of cinnamon, leinofVextract or some of ihe various patent medicines with a heavy pel cent-agThere was an open session of alcohol, and we wish here of the Washingtonian Literary (Bottom next column) Society, of the Graded School last evening. A special progiam had been arranged for the occas ion, and the parents, patrons and friends turned out in full force for the occasion. The chapel of the Graded School was, filled and standing room was at a premium The program consisted of "a debate subject: "Resolve that there should be a League of Nations." Not Upon Promises Affirmative Ralph Griffin and ' John Albright, Negative. Julian Upon .Performances Miller and Arthur Cooper. The C. '. Judges, Judge L. W. Bethurum, WE ARE PIONEBRS IN R. A. Sparks and Logan Bryant gave the decision to the affirmative. The boys showed they had been working and each one and- DyeSngr made a most creditable showing. The' music for the occasion In business, since. ,1836 was a piano sole by Miss Lorene PROMPT DELIVERIES Mullins and a duet by Misses Christine Davis and Ada" Brown The last on the program was a play by the Freshman Class. It was ap excellent program 625;627 Walnut Street and the crowded house and interested hearers, thoroughly enCINCINNATI, OHIO joyed everything that was said 1 and done. 4ttt:::star::tt::rt3'ttzj e DiMMfSi CASH GROCERY STORE DISHES DISHES DISHES Cup and Saucers in Pure China ware Assorted Designs GENUINE Our Cfienfeffc Grows! but M CH I - 3 Dry CFeamnjy - SPECIAL while the last LLED The TeasdtaTe Co. Cap and Saucer 19c or $1.40 a set GET IN QUICK Pay Cash and Sav the GET THEM AT Difference ..5.00 5 00 5 00 J2XE ZXIItI2XI x ZZ2a Drummo LI VI W. L. Richard Robt. Cox C. C. Cox LOCAL Mrs. Cleo Brown $35 Spring suits for $25 at L. M. Miller S. F. Bowman Fish's Cash Store. 50a 5.00 5.00 5.00 5 nd's a ! 1 5.00 5.00 5.00 New Man NEW GROCERY NEW GOODS and NGSTON ::;i:::::::::;;:s Get Our Prices They Are Right - im c. c. Fred Kreuger Bring your Clothes to Cooper' Jas. Pinkerton Barber Shop and I will clean Mrs. S. D. Lewis and press them. A. Landrum 5.00 1.00 5o Ed Smith M. G. Fish 1.00 BOONE WAY NEXT 1 00 unvnAV TCTGHT1- - I Floyd Miller Mrs. Oats l.oo Pictures showing the terrible Dr. B.H. Walter 1.00 will suffering of the Armenians Mr. and Mrs. C. H.White 2 00 be shown at Boone Way Opera Richard Cox 1.00 House next Monday night.March Tulian Miller..... 1.00 1.00 The lecture which ac- R. A. Miller 31st companies these pictures will be Left over from the Soldier's Banquet, given by Miss Rnth Mullins. which amount was It is.a show you will enjoy and turned over to Ar you will be helping a righteous menian Fund 32 78 cause. Admission '10 and 15 cts j"r: Total $234.78 Qpme and fill the house. &&' JT - Earl CJox. J. 400 2.50 ALL FRESH HOT & COLD LUNCHES to remind the druggist and merchant who sell this class of medicines that there is a possibility of their being investigated and if it can b proven that they have sold 'anything that will intoxicate in quantities sufficient to produce a 'state of intoxication FRESH MEATS tkeyare subject to indictment for same, and we hope this line of goods will be .cut out and not enable men procuring whiskey from bootleggers to attribute ox frara ! ; J Come and see me at the Miss Kate Moore Old Stand I W.H.Skidmore 5 1 WE- .?' I m their' drunkenness to patent 1 5 'i M Ba X 9S333XXi! - ! medicines or flavoring extracts. The man who has made up his mind that he must hare some "Old Miss Booze" is pacKing up whiskey to Jteep up his spirits her traps and preparing to leave I Rockcastle county, so the only and make rough places look For Infants and CkiWrea smooth is getting in a pretty bad thine left to do is to wave her a and "smile, smile, In Us For corner, forjt is a very noticeable a good-by- e Always be fact as spring cones once more smile.V the :hcj A X CASTOR 0vr3d Yars Signature of (Z&ZEzF . ! v - ;4t - '" 'V '"-- . '.flfc "? A Jr ' &&S&5& M-Jsaw- ss "V - W - "- - - - ' tggjtgjgjjjgtt t'- taZ - ! . ,-- i ,.; ' . 4 ' -- , -- ' .. :- - :',''' ' - - - it 'r - w ! . - - . . , ,- - -- "'Hl . . V..-- . x.-r- . ' - , x a '.'.--' . . .. ' - " l' : .4 i . 1 i T0 MT- - t a ' ' . RP INCORPORATED I N s VERNON, KENTUCKY. NOW READY tlf1IIIltlllllill 6- -" - First Sale Will Be Held Monday April 21 XX t I 2Xg2Xi i-- L-1 E2Z GZZZSZ Get Your Stock Ready THE BUYERS WILL BE HERE TV il i TVTT-4-Tr-VtT- Vr A TTVi V A iSfT Help to make this JE7 opening Sale a Success. No charges except for feed will be made in this Sale rS . XV XLi XZj . "Sw, l - i 2 r- - "l? a - - TV 'J Sf-- i 4 TNfTTVy W :t , J r-T- T - k:; r'-E-: "' - "v- - . Rockcastle Stock INCORPORATED 5. . A . . 5" - .- - ;7ir- s j R. .'W.-w . w &a r lA'h Predent..:--L w - v ' t. ' .",! ij"W'- .. r,r','.? " -- ii y .vj, s; .T'. r J ;: n. - W.AvMcKENZIE 'Manager t .' C. D. SUTTON Sec'y-Trea- s. s"j f.' "w s. 5'?' -. J . . - SJ - "'""-- - '';' X'V ; (.,-,- . ? :vV -- L rjr:,(rj, - n- ."' """'I' - ." ' --- w- a '"'" "'..'- . ;.-.-- '-- . - f .Jvr tit:-k-v v' s : w ( T!5r 1 -i . .- - V?:- m w: . 'Vgi';v,-.---Va.t i V --' : . . alt - - ' ;? c -- 1 n..- - V uHUk x. 'J. JJ. Tv- -- - .' - "V; ?yz,' . - ,iv?v"w ." v w..-J- - J, . " ,', ,. "j - .;c. . A '"-. vt r - VI ( ' , - '- v " - t METHODISTS CHANGE DATE ' vija-V-j-- v nA "t f mi IP l: SSS3 w a jammmm i- it mm mnm iwmmi iirrf '1 rffii nTTrrfiTB'rrM'nr FStjjgi,la3gi!rt MA W'1 Up !WilMri'lwilTlJtMHIiH'irJl'r liiM4iliWfiT JW"lliil'J i' tktmrntiiyfT 'i i7r r-- - - .S!r?.. . - - r,".- - CAMPAIGN FOR $35,000,000 IN M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH, CENTENARY DRIVE WILL BE HELD MAY 18-2- 5. 4BaJw m'mmmmi. D j.IV . V3M .. t? ti c'- ''""TV-'bYbY .Ml. flWf. KiiiCT'lL T" QtE nT fcBl .. 9Bw' AW..W . e HW mm C BUKl hh' tammmi' . ' m?mwtmT i J T.mi mm -- mm fnB4r' ftmri. Tm Jmnfi. mm EvilK - !.' 'C-v- C mA ' '.i iig&ggg-Vvy-Kga. 'uiia-n- m 3r sgMSBSliiay - ""i"'T'iri" i .. .I'i'i"'..1'1!.", 'b. :v- -. j ..', - i' p n ii t. ' 1 Li. 'UA'-.'J..'-. I. '.-- ! - 'I I Tl EKi9r 'i r :aBLis.tii-Ja-.XTrt.?ii:?- - .. kjB1 Br zh ''ttZlmrX mmm mmmmmmm V -- t.V.iiV.5r5Alrtf-V:. mrr -- i...mmm - h s - . SZS KF k. 'l Ha t 9 i i The date for the .Methodist Centenary financial campaign has changed from 'April 4 to May official announcement of which is being made throughout the length and breadth of Methodism today. Several weeks ago it was found necessary to change the April date in order not to Interfere with the Government plans for the forthcoming Victory Loan Drive. The selection of another date Jtas be?n held in abeyance pending the decisira from" Washington which was forwarded headquarters of the M. E Church, South, recently. The change In this date is of wide import to all Methodists who are, at this time, lining up plans of definite action regarding their p3rt as Individ uals in the campaign. Dr. W. B. Secretary of the Centenary Commission, stated today that he an-other Centenary worl-p-- s nt headquar ters have, throuch S'ntary Carter Glass, pledged the Icyal'support of all Southern Methodists to the govern xnent at this crucial hour and that in setting May as a date for the Centenary drive, he knows he win have the immediate, and hearty cooperation of all conference secretaries, directors, field representatives and all workers connected with the campaign. The Methodist Centenary financial campaign Is the largest religious campaign undertaken In the history of the world. One hundred and fifteen million dollars Is the goal set Southern Methodists pledging themselves to million of that sum. raise thirty-fiv27-M- ay . 18-2- 5, && $m v:. : yiBw - jrinti '.vuaiUi;;!: j 'Jfl -- " tf i" dSifh' in iatTTTi r?TT ,.j jutkttv j J MM M.'M)A rf iE'j-- j j tTimmth r "3B f''a-- iij 6.VS. :Kl-v:--- 5 ff.ffl fjkM "b'HT :W. . i Pm:mJmW-mmfSmmT'v-m- ?2?tW5S! 5. : 'MmW.mWLt ,. T'mmT,immTA rmmmmW-V arai M Bssjjr!c fJmW? mmWAmmmmrlfmmmTmmmmm mmmWz fe4-;.fS 'VM:mlmWmmmmmFrQWmLmmWti,mZJmTmmwmmmm. 'MmL'sMTimmmJfi&-- " f3 iu ! mmmmmWmmmmViHr IV. I7. "liPUIHLljCB- Z mmmmW- -. Jlf -- T.iTftjf; f mm fitjj rJ 2E1" S mP kSlT mmwmV l mVmmmW.immWf mmmmr ' mmWtmmY BrCHI ',P1r' IS ."'-sbtet T&JmmmW rri i3 ' kjr .. .. -- i . j- ff ...-.-- "' v yi - 152 Beau-cham- BmSmMWkWMwWtkBSmmmmmBi iOH iaslr life Zinc Company is the history of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate, whose officers and directors are largely the same gentlemen and that company, already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 per cent in January and 3 per cent in February. The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc 'Company has been organized to do just what the other company is doing but on a larger scale. if ssgj 58S Back of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and tKP 18-2- 5 SI ! K&W ??- &m - F1 t?f e emu a ran IMPORTANT ROLE PRACTICALLY ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND COOLIES SENT TO FRANCE. iil FSs ieiraKm!SMH P kV?S WZi- - rax? wealth in the Ozark Mountains so great that Missouri leads all other states! It has the largest lead and zinc "district of the world. The holdings of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc pany are at Mansfield, where the Mother Lode. of this greatest of " tricts comes nearest the surf ace. , ;?-k Tremendous Proits In Lead and Zinc There is a vast empire of lead and zinc Comall-dis- tsm 5 &Sf&:r. : ?&& &&. r .' ve m ilStf m Kr'JxMti -- & S? 3 What optimist a generation ago would have thought that backward China would have a hand in the settlement of a world war? But China is having a very Important role in the great war that Is just being brought to a close. Not as soldiers fighting men but as laborers behind the front line trenches. And just so many allied troops have been released foi other duties. Practically one hundred and fifty thousand of these coolies have been transported by way of the Suez to France. This work has been done under the direction of the British Government and Church Missionaries. Among these missionaries are many of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, which is just finishing the details of to secure Its campaign May tw further work of the kind that is being done in France and other 18-2- 5 $35,-000,0- o;2 lig-v- j 1 Four Tracts Of Forty Acres Each f m.-- f. t i m zmmmnmWk ?;Xgmmmmmmmm mm m t : 'tTi.riw. s j' ii'&'&z 4-- MKfv Wtt&9H$smmmmlmt Jf ZW1mmmVmmmm93m&& jGrJ ,r i "WW li 'nil IMMIII " f" ' HHP9lKfHIC I mi '""WW ! iii ill Ill i"' l 'i I 1 I n j it (. , MZZm?3;. W k ,r-..-. - ' - j. TLWBBHM .. i xtlK One of these 40-actracts is immediately between the mill of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead, and Zinc Syndicate and the Jted Birc Mill of W..E. Caldwell Two testkoles have already been .drilled on this tract with excellent results and another is now being drilled. Work is to start on the sinking of our first shaft at once. The. price should advance just as soon as the mineral is re anineld Lead & Zinc Co- - Inc. LouUvlHe 409 Stirka Butldin. Louisvlll. Ky. 3Ji lSi EiK2T' ti'-i-.r MHT-- .' ji I tm lntr.Mted In ycur proposition and would b (tad to raak ita in'vertiaUoa without obllsation oc say parW KUdly mmA me coles,of your booklet an inroimation. Name Address. ruH- -t & reached in this first shaft. VJA.'r mm fctiS2 rrv- & - 65 4 l &S& HtfLSSJI i j.v'- SKares Now Selling At One Dollar Capital $tdck. $500,000.00 Over $200,900 Already Sold s- -. Miii CflBMaa SHlBBBMWBBSPiBIWBHHWBBWWIWBHHBBBBBPHWiWiSSSSNPWB'S' HS?W Ml ML 1-WIs places. r . BANDING TOGETHER TO SPREAD GOSPEL ?Si" vs.2;ifA.:z Nashville, Tenn. One hundred and forty thousand Southern Methodists-havsignified their determination to pray for the success of the missionary work of the M. E. Church, South, and - for the spread of Christianity through-ou- t the world. These people have not only decided to do this, but have banded together in a league known as the Fellowship of Intercession, each signing a small card which it is though! will make the cause for which they pray more definite in the minds of the signers of the cards. Dr. S. A- - Neblett, secretary of the Department of Intercession of the denomination, stated to a reporter that the way in which the prayer cards were coming in was an inspiration From two thousand to five thousand Of these are opened in the mall every morning, the number of 140,000 representing the complete total up to date. FIVE HUNDRED WOMEN WANTED Nashville, Tenn. Fire hundred young women are wanted at once by the Women's Missionary Council of the M. E. Church, South. They are wanted for services and missionaries of the church in both the home and foreign fields and the best type of womanhood is asked for. Women to whom the desire to serve has come very keenly, women whom the spirit of the hour has gripped earnestly, this is the type, with whom the church wishes to make connection for various forms of missionary endeavor. The particular forms otjnissionary work open to the youngvmen of the South are in the medlca)evange-listi- c and educational departments in the mission fields. One hundred and e T.fiL7?i: aj.VMSYvrf S&BKEg&SdES rjrrmmmmmmmmmmmmm :iIi c- iv&my?. -- f i.. ! ' l - . ftW'T WmlmmmmWSSWmmWSSBKKmmmml i? 19J . v.SJ s V . . 1 WMMiJLvte iji'jismr..ti. n f i mTKA, .755 iBaB,i mi i mm Pg 5 rtvutif. t B.'."'- i. t; U?fe&S4l.J6iiWHjW5iit?g? -- xzz Sft 0S gSjgiSiS ? vii-3- j -- fiVT-i s e figs fig ?jBjac jg?1 i xs pHKSrflDfSssgSjSsse&w : "&&-.sra- ; .'-- ( 3iflHH m && , - "jm iX.m - - i t . y . " ' critaK mi if j "( v i "i" :i; msmmR&m3&kmm&&s&. 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The calling of these young women It made possible through the Centenary of the church which Is being ob- served thiB year, A fund of $35,000,-00- 0 wiir be raised soon, and this money will make possible the sending of many missionaries to Africa, Japanx China, Brazil, Mexico, and in the home field. k mtamm INCORPORATED. t CityanoMain 2154 W.tTlfEWBOLD, Trttonrer. MtWHU- -tf T. T. Bcdw. Br. . :- - Ei7. i-V- B 4Q9 Starks Bld. rHBmmmmw ut?ville Vke'PsideiLr Nat-.-C. il :55a ? - MrLt fuiurau NAT.'C'CURETON, Swwtiry. . . ii pj ft' T. M. CRUTCHER, President. T. T. BEELER, DIRECTORS: J. C Malum, Cvre'fcte. Sl t vJ " t. Bfew v-t- ti M. dvUhtf. W ,t Ej fffigags5?aMB8g v Cab, Kra j r, j--- . S PECIAL H Vfl Sa HbHm W cBK'mTf ir' . y aca 'TbT h3 TWT A"V OPRA B v Bav --' t ? s sJ-v. JcZ,' . - . 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The class will sine at Bear Mother: umved a saw mill near Sand Red Hill one Thursday night I will try and write., vou piings and will be ready for and at Pleasant Run tlie next for again as I have a little time t?i sawing in a few weeks The a while,, which will be every two t epV in ihis part have beeti very myself. I am well at present Mr. and m weeks at each place bi.s the past week planting gahoping you aie th same I Made by The Crown Overall Mfg. Co.. Cincinnati ,Q. Mrs. Herbert Anderson, of Win rdensMrs. Tohn Payne spent .wrote j ou on the 2? h and 1 everal davs with her daughter, Chester, were guests of his uncle, j thought itwuuld not hurt me if j Mrs Lizzie Moses at Mt. Vtr-Ino- n F. E. Mullius, Sunday and MonI wrote you every day. so I am last week. Tae family of day and then went to Level Green Mrs. Amanda Hasty have mumps going to try to write you as often Denim 8 oz. Highest Grade to visit bis brother, Emmeit An-- Me?datnes .Mitchel Norton and as I can. I received your letter Germany. derson, for a few days and on 'hailey Shepherd spent Sunday Overall Made the other day and also a letter ith Mr.. Ambrose Hasty. their return will stop off and II and a Xmas present from Bill There is more Catarrh in thi visit relatives here for a few on the 24th which was my birth section of the country than al A TIMELY srJGGESTIOSr. dajs. C. H. Rice, of Livingston, The next time you have a day, and 1 sure was glad to get other diseases put together, ami B was in this part Sunday and Mrs. F. M. Jones, of it. Harry Morris ws's here at for years it was upposed to be cough or cold tty Chamberlain's jgfj Monday. Ben Mullins is in Jack Doctors prescribed , Cough Kemeby. It is pleasant Si Palmer, Okla., writes: incurable the time and we sure did enjoy it. local remedies, and by corstant usll 3 "From the time I en- - J w son this week you are sure to be Did you ever receive the letter I ly failing to cure with local treat to take and fc hi pleased with the relief wh;ch it H g tered into womanhood give perfect satisfaction or do SALESMAN WANTED. sent you on the 28th of Dec. ment, pronounced it incurabl-Catarr- h affords. I frc-i- I looked with dread H S This remedy has a i's a local disease, greatly one month to the with a bandkerchiet in it. The wide reputation for its cures of Lubricating Oil, Grease, Specinfluence by constitutional con- coughs and colds. I I nexl 1 suffered with my E II ialties, Paint. Part or whole letter I wrote on the 27th had H 5 r back and bearing-dow- n ditions and some German money in it I sent constitutional therefore requites pain, until Hie to mc was y time. Commission basis. Man treatment. Hall's gi you for a souvenir. The Y. M. Catarrh Medicine, manufactured SAVED BY A fe a misery. 1 would think n with car. bv C. A has been entertaining the by F.-- J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, p I could not endure the Riverside Refining Company. &3 army of occupation with a little Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, FAITHFUL WIFE luW pain any longer, and I S Cleveland, Ohio. gradually got worse. . . jU show and they thought they is tnko'i internally and acts thru BRODHEAD KY. m the Mucous Sur the k Nothing seemed to help HAS HAD STOMAGH TROUwere doing us a favor and. that facesBl od on System. One Hun- Suffered Thirty Years With Stomg a me until, one day, . . . of the ach Trouble and Hemorrhages BLE FOR SEVEN fl 1 I decided to was to good for us, so now they dred Iollars reward is offered 5 Theodore Sanford ofYEARS. of the Bowels. Fenmore, fl h MT.VERNON, KY. are charging us 5 marks for the for ami case that Hall's Catarrh Mich., has had stomach trouble TAKE Medicine fails to cure. Send for The Story of a Wonderful Recovery first show and 3 marks for the for seven years aud could not There is hardly eat- - vegetables or fruit without third show. So you imagine circulars and testimonials. LJVlNGiJrON. KY. F. J. Cheney, & Co., Toledo, O. any one who does pain in the stomach and restless how they love the fighting troops. not experience Sold by druggists, 75c. nights. By taking Chamberlain's You ask me what Division I am Hall's Family Pills for constipa some trouble Tablets he is now able to eat the stomach. It is CRAB ORCHARD, KY. in. 1 am in the Division I think tion. so common that we vegetables or fruit without caus Ppf .' frequently pay litwill get home last and that is ing pain or sleeplessness. If1 tle or no attention the 2nd, Division the one that troubled with constipation or Represented in South Eastern Kentucky & West Virginia to it Yet, the indigestion give these tablets a done their bit and will have a stomach is very By easily upset, and w good name as long as they ars a The Woman's Tonic trial. They are certain to prove Mrs. Eugene Ttokes and child catarrhal inflambeneficial. 1 l 2nd Div. I went on the front ren, spent last week with rela- - mation of the mu"I took four bottles' cous lining devel in March and stayed until Nov. j tives at Mt. Vernon Mr. and ops, grows worse t"he pain and disMrs. Jones goes on to C. C. Mules For Sale: Work mules 8th the only release we had, to Mrs Pete Cummins are numbered tress is incessant and the truth say, "and was not only ATTORN E AW IA A about iS hands high. Call on dawns that greatly relieved, but can "mount to any thing was three with the sick Geo Arnold, of ach trouble. we have chronic stomMT VEENON.KY. JS. Robins, 5 miles soutn west W. truthfully say that I have days and then we were not out , Cove, has moved to this place. OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of The case of Mr. Louis Young, 205 For Infants and Children of Mt. Vernon. not a pain. , . St, Rochester, N. Y., is Bank ot" Mt. Vernon, on ot the guns reach and 1 dont Mrs- Charlie Shepherd, of Cove, Merrimac He writes: "I suffered for In Use For Over " It has now been two Years typical. Church St". Special atten call that much safe mv self is visiting her morther, Mrs. W. thirty years with chronic bowel Always bears years since I tookCardui, & tion ziven collections. trouble and hemthe ' and I am still in good FOR F3fcS3-I will try and name a few "M- Sowder here. Mrs. Charlie trouble, stomachbowels. We bought orrhages of the 'PNONE 80 Signature of . . I would adhealth. fronts which 1 have been. The Fletcher and children, spent Sun-fir- a battle of Peruna and I took it vise any woman or girl faithfully. I began to feel better. Verdun and Ford Trogues dav wittl Mrs Robert Fletcher. Sly wife persuaded me to continue to use Cardui who is a Sect March 12th until May 14; Mitchell Norton has moved to a and I did for some time as directed. sufferer from any female Homer Now r am a well man." Mr. Young's Chateau Thierry Sect, North arm near 'Brodhead trouble." experience is not unusuaL If you surfer pain caused you suffer from catarrh in any West. May 31st until July 9th; and Shirley Carmical attended If from womanly trouble, or form, whether of the head, stomach, at Chestnut Ridge Soissons Sect, Marne Counter church bowels or any other part of the. if you feel the need of a July 18th to July 201b; day. Miss Sibyl Cummins spent body, try Peruna, It may be just good strengthening tonic A Marhache Sect. Aug qth to Aug. i Saturday and Sunday with her what you need. Peruna comes in to build up your either liquid or tablet form and is system, take the advice 24tb; the Blame Mont Sect; grandmother, Mrs. Mink, atSand sold everywhere. Your dealer has of Mrs. Jones. TryCar-du- l. Hill. Mr. Carpenter is erecting it or will get it for you. Ask for Champagne advance, Sept qth to Dr. Hartman's PeIt helped her. We IN Sept. 16th; St. Mihiel, Sept ,30th, a new dwelling at this place and runa Tonic and insist upon having believe it will help you. to Oct 9th; Argomme Meuse of- is going to raise a large crop of it If you want your health accept nothing else. fensive, Oct. 30th Nov. nth. tobacco. Pete Cummins sold a All the sick and suffering are inQ AD Druggists Army of Occupation Dec 1st; fine milch cow to Delbert Bul- Vited to write' The Peruna Company,-Dep- L J. 68 78, rv f KY. Piisoners captured 11738, Off- lock for $75. Willlie Miller, of Hartman's Columbus, Ohio,Theorbook Health Book. Sand Springs, is repairing a house is free and may help you. Ask your icers 228, guns and pieces, ' 348, machine gnns 1350. Total near John Marler's dwelling and dealer for a Peruna Almanac. JlNGERMANY. w advance on front lines 60 Distinguished Service crossps awarded 646, i7 per cent of total D. S.. C. in A. E. F., are, more than double the number in any other Div. I will send you a small history "of the 2nd Div next time I write. I will close hoping to hear from you soon and hope I will soon he home. vYour Son, Egbert. Private Egbert Singleton, Battery A. i2th Field Art A'E.F jtilo-uitte-s. will movp to it in a tew days Wm Iice'ey, of Livingston, was Overall! Crown UNION MADE 1 S SYSTEM 200 HKKtlllHKm GENUINE DYES -- ! s ! Was a t Misery ... r J NEW PAIR FreeiHLSERip In All Sizes S II not 8 " II I S the following SCHAFER & ROBERTS SUTTON & McBEE For Sale J. P. E.!DRUMMOND 8 h HOP OARDUI W. E. PERKINS E WE LL JOSEPH PAJVE, Louisa, Ky. Williams ifT4Wy CTQ Q 30 - - st 6&i&&& Sun-offensi- ve Do You Wanf To Sell Your YOU Farm! FARM? run-do- wn DO WANT TO BUY "World-Famo- us FOR ANYTHING -- REAL ESTATE R.H.MILLER MT. VERNON, H E 8 ON than we couldhaul them. Sorry we had to disappoint some by not being able to deliver when wanted but our new dayand by thetimeyou readthiswe willbe able to fill your order.' Remember we guarantee delivery if "OU buy. Pay no attention to what people tell you about our goods unless they have seen them,then be sureand ask 'em all die questions you can think of. A great many of our new customers come with suspicion because they have been told by some who haven't seen themselves that it can't be done, that the quality is not there or something is wrong. It is pleasing to us for when they see themselves it makes a stronger impression. They come in undecided and only half believing. They go out satisfied, enthuiastic and with a big smile, 'Friends, it's no trap. It's real, genuine and best of all permanent, going right on, notthis week and next, but on and on. Here is the secret. We buy in bigger quantities, sell a car load whilethe ordinary store sells a wagon load; ;quick turnover and small profit. We both make money when you trade at Welch's Quality-i-s our middle name. Come on. We pay the freight. only TobaCCO Canvas (NewsuppIynowin)only Wheat Shorts 0. 8C 5 Best Patent Flour vfeLEYN only 1 ,45 bag only 45c and 55c 4 ft. Fence Best Granulated Sugar, per hundred pounds, only $" 0 Coming this Week l.OOO bu. Seed Potatoes 3;000 rods Fence, r,500 bu. Seed Oats, 50 DUi Clover Seed, loo bu. Blue Grass, 4oo. bags Shorts, and 1,680 bags Dolly Varden Flour. Af f ived tO-dGrass Seed ( s),Tobacco Canvas, Shorts. 2-8-- car of seed potatoes, our third car of seed oats, our stock of grass seeds, etc., went supply is coming in every faster they them, Everybody came at the same time last week and our first Seed Potatoes (best quality) only $1 -- 2S bu- - Tuxedo Chops only $3-0- 0 I 0-5- ay We can save you money oh your farm tools your harness, m fact anything you want, besides giving you the choice from the largest assortment in Madison County LOOK OUT for our prices on COW PEAS, CANE SEED and CHICKEN FEED. ItVgoingto hurt somebody- - Every day is bargain day at Welch's Come and see for yourself 4 30 minutes from Richmond on the ' ' - - jr Dixie Highway - r - " t r 3? . . t .r-f- "r"t ?iBMCMC,WiMBBilBaHIH!flG&4'p JJCT-- J' S2EMCTPs-- jj& 3n 5 Wffriiftil KX8M