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FRIDAY, APR. 4 1919 NUMBER 28 I THE CLOTHCRAFT F mr yAyy, I F TitH gfM OR VICTORY LOAN Look Yourselt in the Eye and Answer the Questions Whether you Did All you Could" in. the War or All You Might Have Been Called Upon To Do. Here We Are Again Compound Lard 25c IAaP $.140 H White Fawn Flour O Arbuckles Coffee inbrlb. 20c u H iEBR T E P R I C To the men on the farm who ne&d clothes this spring. Have you got the idea that you've done all you can afford Ho do for your Uncle Sam and the boys who did your fighting as tine trontr Have you - told yourselt that you have bought all the Liberty Bonds you can carry? That ypu have taken every single, possible War Saving Stamp that you can take care of? And that you have given every possible red cent to the war aid societies, including the Red Cross ? s H A few E T T A mere ofithose Good New HATS to close out at lees than eest anything you want to rig teams up with to go Cheap E S you buy clothes you want to know that they're good. THERE'S when onething you want to be A Full Line of HARNESS and SADDLES, HORSE COLLARS' and o w E lvS ; s E L L S F O R When you want House Paints see me. complete line and can sell you one else. I carry a full cheaper than R T M any- That itn't so easy if you depend on the looks of the clothes; they're all made to took nice if they weren't nobody would buy them. No, " looks" alone dont make good clothes of it. - H A So you are satisfied are you, now that the war is over, that you have 'done your part and that you will let the rest of the country take care of the balance of the war ? Do you stand up and stick "The House of Cut Prices" T W. F. BAKER The Blue Front Store Just Opposite the Court House ALWAYS BELOW though style is an important The big thing is the part you cant see- the tailoring inside; the interim- mgs; the fabrics the wear ; the service all-wo- ol Those things give you 1 At this store you can be surety ou're your thumbs in the arm-hol- e of your vest and talk whimngly about the way you are being asked to subscribe ? And looking yourself in the eye can you call yourself a ioo per cent American, a loyal sort of an American ? Do you feel that you are just as much responsible for the victory as the chap who went across and lost an arm, a legrpr an eye? Just as much as the lad who' Jost his hearing, orchis life. red-blood- A S c MT. VERNON, KY. THE CHEAP STORE of what your time at your home This EVERY PRICE A BARGAIN 0 w E S e L H H ANY ONE ELSE PRICE T auto-operator ed dyed-inthe-wo- od or there-wa- s "for getting the best of all of them ; we sell Hart Schaf f ner & Mark and Clothcraft clothes which are as good inside as they look outside fabrics for. long service; carerul tailoring; good style; a guarantee of absolute satisfaction or your money back All-wool him? A search party following National Guard Division through the woods west of the Meuse came upon a German machine gun pit that had been hit by an American shell. There were five dead Huns in it. A few yards away lay a lone American, who had been closing in on them The top of his head was gone but he lay facing the gun "pit with his arms full of hand grenades. Now, have you done every thing possible ? Have you one your part as well as that lonely American who was boring straight in when the Huns got him? WHAT OF YOU FELLOWS? Have you done as much as Sutton & McBee MT. VERNON, KY. the other who stayed at home and who believed in the war, who did what he could, who went into - debt and is now saving sand ski mpings and. sacrificing to finish Lis bond payments ? You know whether you are a quitter or not. You know whether you have done all that you could. You know whether you - the finish, to quit like a mongrel strain racer that feels the spur As a matter of plain facts there are millions of americans who never did do all in their power in the way of buying Liberty Bonds They had the ing" ...strain in them right along. They weren't "slackers". They did a lot. But they never .put that last ounce of pull into the collar. are Jn the-mo- od to lay down at m WSa wSammmv:Jtammm7Viam ' ur rM rod ham: tUi rod tint. hmndtomo pound and halt'pound tin and that clotty, practical pound ctyttal Aamf-dor- m tenor that htopt the tobacco in tmch perfect condition. glatt humidortopwith tponsomoU The man who is able to buy bonds is putting "himself, in. the "quitter" class when he' fails to. come through.on .the .Fifth Loan. We went into 4his thing with our Uncle Samuel. We swore thc.t we would see it through. WeU'-j-t . rmpm-cnedjapjandj'aon- in yoiir filled cheeiflrimfiifof Prince PUT a pipeyou're onface, that'sof smoke peact! TFpr, P. A. will if trail the 1 wijb, , bfcok e sing you a song of tobacco joy that will mike you wish your life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you could get away with every twenty-fohours You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make' the boys think.of the oldfront line in France! P. A. never tires your taste because it has-thquality And,, let it slip into your think-tan- k that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that' cuts out bite and parch asturance seven days out of that you can hit every week without any comeback but real smoke joy 1 e btfsfnss, "worKng. playiMdmaking love, .marrying, making: homes and building up a' abouf"tli(eJ? wantbellads homgbJiEr great country. we are ,not out of the woods yet. We don't know when we will be. Having started this, it must be finished. We gone coo iar to quit now and come home arid forget about it. There is only one honorable But 1 have,18116 smoke-record-high-sp- ots R. J, Reynold Tobacco Company, Wiiwtoa-Salta- i, RC v-- thing '(' todo.We-mttiuaUyb.sal- Ud mobile owner or who accepts pay or-- who has at any time since January ist, 19 19 accepted pay lor carrying passengers, or who does or has since January ist, hired or rented a . passenger automobile to any per, Lanother Jot of liberty Bonds, of son.. to every man vho comes back The annual rate is $ro.oo for with the Overseas chevrons the Fifth issue, the Victory bonds the last of the war bonds that each car having a seating capacf-t-y on Jhls sleeves. Yes and to of more than two and not every man who performed his will be issued. more than seven. The law beservices on this side of the water. came effective January ist, i9iq and those who did business in DON'T TRY TO DODGE. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers and that month must pay $5.00 or These obligations are the obli- Mrs. J. S. Duke were here from 10.00 for each car according to gations of the United States of Crab Orchard Friday shopping. seating capacity. Those who beAmerica and you and the milDr. W. E. Gravely and daugh- gun business in February must lions like you ARE the United ter, were iu paj, 4,17 or $8.34; in March $3 34; Miss Elizabeth, for- Louisville last week buying goods or $6.68; in April States of America. Don't $2 50 or $5 00; get your obligations. Don't try A revival will begin at the in May $1 67 or S3 34 and i puia to dodge them. Baptist church next Monday 84 cts or 81.68 according .to evening. Rev. J. S. Duke, of seating capacity Beginning ?n'-We have left our dead in the will do the preaching ist tax must be paid for 1 Y I Atlantic. "We have left our dead Somerset, and assist the pastor, Rev. Child 3 ear to the following June 3c a. in the Marne valley, in the hills Everybody around Verdun, at Stenay, in the ress, in the meeting. N Interested parties should apis cordially invited to attend ply to Collector devil's woods of the Argonne, on John W. Hughes Roba hundred fields in France. The these services. Mrs. Walter Danville, Kv.. for application at children, were with relacrosses "row on row" stand ins, and blanks so that they may escape In Mt. Vernon over Sunover the graves in the Vos-ges- , tives the penalty for delinquency which preacharound Soissons and all up day. Eld. J.W. Masters, will accrue when his force beChristian ed a fine sermon at the gins a canvas of the district, and the down the old lines. church Sunday morning, and the which will be within the next And we are here alive, with Rev. R. C. Evans at the Baptist few days. the dawn of a returning peace church Sunday evening and a The new law also imposes a growing brighter all the while. better missionary sermon was We talk about our personal sac- never heard here. At the close tax of five per cent on the rifices in the war, but America of the service a call was made in amount received for candy manhas escaped very lightly. the interest of Armenians' and ufactured and sold in this disseventy-liv- e dollars was trict, on and after February 25. Any man who remained at his about raised. Mrs. John Robins is in The tax on sales made from home during the war, who went Pineville this week. Eld. L. N. February 25th, to 28th, incluabout his business, who was Bowling sive must be reported and paid held regular services-.a- t never out of touch with his within the month of March. The Goshen Sunday morning and evfriends 'or his family, well, he ening. Mrs. Roy L. Sowder, of tax on sales made in subsequent hasn' t much license to talk about Corbin. is with relatives here months must be reported and 10, j having done all that he could so Among those at- - ""u in the month following this week. long as he has an available dol- t. J: that in which the sales were i.l o..j.... o.i..nl . 1 lar, or. can borrow one, to buy Pine Hill Sundny were!made Liberty Bonds. He will have a vention at Rev. A. J. Pike. A. E. Albright hard time convincing himself See Comes and children, Chas. Hendrickson that he has actually .done alUhat and Robert Cass. A small child was in his power for his country. in good standing of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bowman There is no sehse and no use is seriously ill with pneumonia in the Reformers Club and that means those of you who-arin tooling ourselves, aoout.it. and but little hope of recovery. We know that much as we did Mr. Bowman's mother is also very neglecting your own business in under the pressure of war that low with pneumonia. Rev. R. C. an attempt to reform the other we had by no means reached the Evans is assistant postmaster fellows business will meet at limit. W,e know,' too, that the here now. Postmaster Owens is the Court House square tonight after-cla- p df the war has not hit devoting much of his time it at promptly 7:30 o'clock. Of course, you understand us nor hurt us, that the country piesent to social functions and financially and growing really hasn't time to tttend to, there is no hall in town large is sound sounder Jthe .wanjecedes. the duties of postmaster without enough to accomodate all of the too membets of our organizations, time t gM interfering with other duties It j.s a hence our meetings have (to be up a'.'poor.r much, and the services of Mr. held in the open. arouad "dhi Evans will relieve the situation mouth" and insisting that you At the meeting tonight we greatly. can't buV bonds: It is a part of will discuss the question, "How Aierieaism,Jof loyalty and of to Do .Lessand Get More." The duty to buy them and keep on meeting will be addressed by buying as they may be offered. men who have given thought to Hire Yes, it is not only a duty," but it the question of how to get more-ou-t -- "' t of life than you put into it. The Act approved s February This is a subject which should MghtQit out with yourself, 24th, '1919 'imposes, a special tax Consider what you have done on persons carrying on the bus- interest everyone who feels that. against what you might have iness of operating or renting the world owes him' a living.. .upon; to do. sTaiUik pass8ngcr:automobUiM.for hirer. Let .there be a large turaootv abroad until our obligations have been fullv and fairlv met. To do this there must be support, full, hearty, 'and complete support, financial and otherwise. tax applies to every and at your business, has meant to you in the last two years and what its loss might have meant to you had you gone "with the Furthermore, we have certain colors" instead of forming the obligations .here at home. There home line ot defense. Then you will go and take are the obligations that we have BR OD H EAD , -- Who All-memb- ers e K -- ?- ntkhtyPr Tax On Autos For Av.-- A $ v X' - v . A u- AJMSSBBCS XT. i.". V JS V I .. VlV?. - r2AXrfVi3iL3 vifli M t. Vernon Signal W Ml Friday;, Apr 4, 1919 the entertainment ot the child Tliey 'are totally unmindful of the things which nature demands of the child. n of tl is Rockcastle, by rea-ohas bein horrible condition, made to suffer Many of her progressive citizens have $I.O SUBSCRIPTION ONR VKAW disgusted und loft tho county. ' We had a confession Advertising rates maue known on only a few weeks ago from Peter application Snutts. We can name a host uf . others who left for the Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRJGhl. bo-com- e our citizens generally are seriously handicapped in obaining the bfitter things ot life. It is a rrcat pity that every farmer in this county cannot be compelled by some kind ot process to go and live for a year in a county whom they have splendid pikes. How many of them would come back o RocUcasile? It is pass ing tr.inge that a man does not saint-reason- MEMBER OF J KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION SSSr ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HON. E. BULLOCK . as a cadldate for Representative from the SeTentieth Legislative district, composed of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on August 2, 1919. ASLEEP AT THE POST. For twenty years the present editor of this paper Has owned, controlled and directed its course. During all that time we have been on the ground and observed closely what was going on, or ought to be going on in Rockcastle County. We have grieved many a time during that long period at the indifference of our people; at their failure to do the things which would not only help them, but would greatly hzuf fit their 'families and their neighbors. It is a poor citizen indeed that does not strive to elevate and enrich his own off. spring, it is a poor father that does not bend every energy to throw the best influence around his child and to give him a splendid education. But our people seem to be to absolutely Jindifferent the school1-- . Apparprogress of our ently they do not ca:e whether school keeps or not. If their child gets an education, well and good. If not, let it go. The This paper, has always ad o cated better highways. It h.is declared at all times that for the county to improve as it should we must have better roads. The people whom good roads would benefit the most seem to be abThey do not solutely asleep seem to care whether we have better roads or not. In fact they sco m content to live in the tame old hollow, in the same old shack, with the same old sun ou .dings, wear the same old clcihes, travel in the same old. wagon or astride the same old librae, seeing nothing, hear ing nothing and having nothing. Afe.v men in this county are heart and soul for good roads, but the great majority seem woefully indifferent and especially if it will cost them anything to get them. They need dyna- mite or some other powerful parents seem to think nothing of providing better surroundings; they care nothing about explosive to wake them up and make them work on the highways and in addition 1o dig down in their 'jeans" to help pay for the constructions of pikes. We must have pikes and pikes we will have. But when, oh Lord, when! Every state throughout the union is thoroughly aroused the same time be taught the question of better efits of them. over the roads and the various counties The National Highway Associ the states are spending ation has adopted as a part of through money to put their roads in bet- their eastern course a great ter condition.' What is Rockcas highway through Rockcastle, but tie doing? tihe is one hundred we are reliably informed that and ten years old and yet we the Association is getting resthave nothing but ruts, mud holes less and that they are seriously and rugged rocks to travel over thinking of taking it out of RockShame on suah conduct that castle by reason of the indifferkeeps us in ignorance and pover- ence of our people and the failure ty. to do our part in the construcboys get disgusted with tion of the highway through Our such backwardness. Our girls this county. What a calamity Jo not have the right chance and it would be 'to lose this great 1 roadway, but there is a possi bility of that being done. Certainly it will be done if our peo pie do not wake up and per form their duty as they should. This county is dealing with high-clas- s business men in the construction of this great highway and they will not permit us to sleep always. Wu have slept too long now. understand now that good high- We give you this information vay make for a better citizen as a pointer and we ask those ship, higher education, more in authority, as well as the citi comfort and pleasure, greater zens at large, to take notice. commercial activity and greater CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH progre-- s in all lines of industry. REMEDY. With such wonderful benefits, why is it that our people do not great benefit derived from The wake up and absolutely demand the use or Chambeilain's Cough the building of better highways Remedy has been gratefully acWhy is it that knowledged by many. Mrs. Benin this county. they do not respond promptly jamin F.Blakeney, Decatur, 111 , and vigorously o any demand writes, "Chamberlain's Cough which will provide better roads? Remedy is by far the best medi Our people should be thankful cine for colds and coughs we have that we can build roads by bond ever used in our family. I gave issues: that we can have the roads it to my children when small for in advance of paying for them croup and have taken it myielf.'' and while we are paying for them we can have them and enjoy ARMLN1AN FUND- them. We are not so particular as to whether you build them by 234-7Reported last week taxation, bv convict labor or by VV Bethurum 5.00 issue, ,but we say build Mrs. L. bond V. C. Tate them. Until pikes are built 2 50 throughout the county, tbe'S T. Proctor Mrs. Rose Carne 2.50 county official should require 1.00 to work the Mrs. J. C. Moore the county over-see- r 1. 00 W. H Fish roads at least twelve days this l.oo Cnrincr on1 ncrain t.toltr rifll'S in J O Purcell s Rose Hill Church the Fall in order to get them in better condition for the winter Sunday School ....... .. ... junior unriswan riinaeavtravel. By this means it may e or Presbyterian Church 400 DO&sible that the citizens will be J. 1.00 'Miss Carrie Hysmger brought to a realization that we 1. 00 Miss Lou Hysinger mean to have better roads and at Pine Hill Baptist benj BRODHEAD. t A. C. E. Albright H. Frith . John Robins R H. Hamm A. E. Strange J. M. Roberts G. R. Carson Miss Henrietta Forsee Mrs, H. E. ChrLitie Miss Hallie Snoddy W. H. Sowder .: Mrs. May Albright .... Granville Owens : L. 0. Wngh W. U Yadon R. C. Evans Mrs. Roy Sowder Everett Watson Orrin Walhn Mrs. John Wiggins ... 00 .5 o ..5.00 5 1 i999ftttl0f 9tt09i9tt9ftl99t99il ttofrtMltMtt0tttt9tttittt98t9titt9t9ttAt99M99t ! We Carry a Pull Uine of jjjj: I0( ..500 . X 5o 1. 00 j O) 'm OS GBOCBPSIES MEAT, Including j xm 00 00 .1 00 1 00 ..1 00 ..1 00 ..1. 00 ..1 00 . 1. 00 .1 00 . 1 LARD, FLOUR : :j: mill" 1 os Coffee. Sugar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. . MEAL :! .as - and in fact everything that is kept in an up to date Grocery WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF !" "H ZlV.Z .1.00 ..1. 00 .1.00 ..1. 00 .1 00 5.00 ..1 00 -- Men's and Boys. OVERALLS - Charles Barnett Miss Dorothy Eubanks A. M. - - Hiatt... .. - Phipp Shivel. Fred Snivel ; ..1.00 . -. 1 RELIEF 8 Miss Bess Shivel Dr. W. F. Carter .. 1". B rod head Dr. W. E. McWilliams W. A. Tyree 00 ..5.00 - 368 5 J. B. West Main Street ji CUMMINS On ---- ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS from a genuine Panama down to the lowest priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a live and let live price. P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our 10C COUNTER, 5cto of bargains for every which is brim full housekeeper. E SSIIH "5! mil' " - ;;::- a .. .. " -. .. .5 Wm Sowder Jr. Mrs. A. L Payne Total 50 1.00 $61. iS o $ 466 46 Grand Total We have more than reached the quota but let's make Rockcasile's gilt $500. You will not be asked to give by the committee, but if you want to give the committee will gladly receive your contribution. The books close Saturday, April 12, and if you want to help WITT TRUSS The Only Truss that Holds and Don't Hurt DOES AWAY WITH HARDRALL, USING SOFT FELT PAD INSTEAD A truss invented and patented by II, N. Witt, and manufactured by H, N, Witt Trass Company, Inc., at Morristown, Tenu. 5-'- 5 in this great cause for humanity sake do so before that day. The following telegram is self explanatory: 4-I- For Men, Women and Children Don't Fail To Call and Examine It NOW ON SALE AT Church Presbyterian Sunday Mt. Vernon Baptist- i9.o8 Louisville, Ky. Hon. Cam Mullins, Sunday School 30.00 Judge Rockcastle County Court, Mt. Vernon, Ky. $33'-6Total j We are advised by Nathan ' LIVINGSTON. Straus and other New York Offi-- ! $ 54-From Supper cials. that you will lend your val- Christian Church aid in campaign for desti8 60 uab'e Sunday School tute starving Jewish war sufferBaptise Church ers. If there is no organization Sunday School in your county, we look to you 2 00 Mrs. Sue Mttllins as the leader of ftbat community, 1.50 Mrs. C A. Blariford to exercise a true American $73 67 duty and collect as much money Total -19 1 7 School 18.00 WEBB'S DRUG STORE LIVINGSTON. KY, as you can from April seventh to eleventh, advising Charles W. your ot Louisville, Morris, This is a call in achievements. humanity's name, which I am sure you will not and cannot ig nore. " C. C. ATTORNEY-AT-L.A- W Williams aiT.VEENON,KY. 7-- 4 1 I Fred Levy. State Chairman OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of j Bank 01 Mt. Vernon, out Church St. Special atten tion eiven collections. "PNONK 80 Fit I A ON . WHS prices-- to ONLY will sell to mv friends and customers Three Calr Loads of Flour sand. FEED out the At Wholesale, Car Load Sale. Those who have to buy Flour and Feed want to take advantage of this Living. help on v High Cost of Have already received our BINDER TWINE, and you had better buy it early It is bound to advance. you buy from me must be as recommended or your Anything money refunded. 1 i' n At- - 'Aji-i - v4L. y Mt. Vernon Phone 35 J.W.RIDER STORES TWO v.- - Livingston Phone 33 -- -- 'W&ZF ,? Tr susk' C-r. C'-91"- " ' i: r" " . ;3MfltiAajia.jj4,i.L,.,ta.J iiou-wlde. Heed the Warning Of Authority! e L.m- E r "Make Your Dollars Have More Cents" 3j?v. ' if-jr "i-s- t; - rijJiL.'"vV?St.';i -- They knew that by takm4 the ABANDONED WESTERN givenore from slight excavations at points over a given area. Unit the findings of an expert aayer-geolOIL FIELDS FOR RICHER gist would give them the exact extent of wealth which the establishment of mills would produce. Unlike the mere PROMISE IN ZiNC ORE promise of an oil well, the potentialities of a zinc field could be scientifically established. Their reports were secured from A. Arnold, State geoloOrganization of the Louisville gist of Missouri, and Joseph Metcalfe, a London mineralogist and engineer, manslield Zinc'& Lead Synand showed that tests had proved the dicate Reveals Business expectations of the prospectors. n r . Romance Or. T. T. Bccler, Dentist, Then Oil Magnate, Sold Interest in 157 Wells for Bigger Prospects. Louisville, Ky. How a business ro mance, blossoming In the bosom o Mother Earth, led the way to a ilreai of affluence that is fast materializin. Is brought out In the organization her. of the Louisville Lead & Zinc Synd". cate Company, a corporation the stocl of which rapidly Is becoming the prop erty of the public. That it is not romance of tlie oil fields will be a mat ter of surprise to those who look largo ly to the oil well as the fountain o business romance. Formation of the Louisville Man field Lead & Zinc Syndic-atfollow: closely upon organization of the Ken tucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Synd cate, a corporation already on an opei ating and dividend-payinbasis, bu the romance goes back eleven year to the oil fields of the west and to dentist's chair in a small Oklahomi town. e C w sa J.J -- fl iSf 5?4 OttSSS" ? JL. it. & StockN out$1.00 LQ &V? H - g Si"1 ; J We're away over the $200,000 mark! WeVe received checks for stock from States as distant as New York and Texas! H' Investors are judging the value of the stock of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company by the record of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate. That company, already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in January and 3 in February. The officers and directors of both companies are chiefly the same gentlemen and the newer company has been organized to do just what the other is doing but on a larger scale. J Its holdings are greater, consisting of four tracts of 40 acres each in the Mansfield District, right where the Mother Lode of the great Ozark Lead and Zinc fields comes nearest the surface. WeVe proven our holdings by drilling. We re already sinking the first shaft for our first mill! -- & i- iaawa$aj3aaBbawaaajL avAx?' - L & ." Louisville Mansfield Lead Jk Zinc Co--, Imc . 409 Storks Building, Lmmsville, tun interested in your proposition ami womld be glad to make an investigation without obligation on m? T. M. Cratcher, President. Nt C. Cureton, Secretary. T. T. Beeler, Vice President W. E. New bold, Treasurer. ' DIRECTORS: part. J. C Mhon, Kindlu send me copies of vour booklet information. Name Address mmd fvilest Nat C Cttreton, T. M. Crutcher and T. T. Beder. W. E. NemboM, i- m . ', - s 0ui5Vi11fJl3n5fiflailanncgiL 409StaiteDldrjawIketttlaJ zxz 409 Starts Wg. I TREAT THEM AS ENEMIES. to exterminate Bolshevism. It Out of the seriousness that his is assuredly a neat plan to create arisen in Hungary one good effec a Cherokee strip of orderly Slavs may arise. The President and and Magyars from the Baltic to. the British Premier will probably the Adriatic, and, with the more reach the conclusion. . and abide or less dependable Japanese and by it, that the Bolsheviki must the thoroughly dependable Chinesa be treated as enemies ot vthe En on the east, and Poland, Czechon the tente instead of as savage child land and Jugo-olav- ia u OUUUOVBm ren to be reclaimed by sociology. wea, tu Bau geography. But the German plot lit was Mr. Lord George, faced . ajUSt GOODS bv labor .,m;fc ?n PWand and born 0Ut or the fear I Peace fias been ver readi1 en much public laudation of the and into b the reds, and what Leninists on the part of British , tered labor rrators. who evolved the neldcould be more fillow for its D;t,; iiirn..niv n.1111a tup this!I operatibn than the starving, de - , xuik.it.ii VVV.HDV plan ne won Mr. Wilson The feat ed millions in Hungary? This Prinkipo Conference, designed to is the proudest people in Europe, civilize the Bolsheviki by confer- and empty' stomachs and hard ence and oratory, waff never held, peace terms have served as 'flint foi the excellent reason that the and steel to kindle a spirit of reCome and see me the reds would not come, and the volt against the Entente. What Paris Conference returned to was lacking in fuel for the flames Miss Kate Moore Old Stand the Moscow Murder .Club and the making peace terms again; Berlin Foxes' Association have Meanwhile the Germans, about ""' provided- . to taste the bitterest cup that a All of it demonstrates Lhat the conquerer has put to the lips of Bolsheviki, like their comrades, the vanquished, turned once more be to the reliable Moscow, Murder the Germans, must henceforthput treated as enemies, to be ZXE DGK Club that had been so useful at down by the sword, not as unforThe result was tunates, to be redeemed by ' sociss ' the disorder-i- Germany,' happily ology. held in check by the" presence of AREYOtJ HAPPY? Allied and American troops.in To be happy you must be well. the Rhineland, and the introducyou are frequently troubled tion ot American food into lean If constipation and indigestion Teutonic stomachs; and now the with you cannot be altogether happy. Enroll Now For th Sprins Tmrm flame that is roaring in Hungary. Accounting, Bookkeeping, Shorthand Typewriting, CiaiI Take In botVr moves in all the moves tjorrectChamberlain's Tablets to Service, Penmanship, Correspondence aodi kindred subjects these disorders. - They ,they have made the Lenine j. . j eneccuai, easy TJ1?4T04)ATE COURSES LATEST IMPROVED METHODS, p " Murder Trust has shown j PREPARE TODAY FOB THE BATTLES OF LIFJS piacaoie enmity to tne iccess" and Pkasant totake'- .- - A, f ul Ky. a logical enmity based on th;iact Somerset School of FLH that the victorious nations ctariijr; TS-.v2I tv i - "V 11 ZXZili2X N FRANC Jan. 24, 19 9. American Ex. France, 1 E New Man X NEW GROCERY NEW j I A. P. O. 74o. Mr. I. A, Chasteen, Dear Dad: I will try"lo write you a few lines'. am O. K and feel bet- ALL FRESH m , HOT & COLD LUNCHES at MEATS j--- ,i? W. H. Skidmore zximmmmjxnzL ter than I have for some time. I am .gaining weight. Hope you are O. K Guess that vou are having some bad weather now. We haven't bad any bad weather to speak of yet I guess that the papers are full of news as to what the army of occupation is doing on the Rhine. I see from the papers that some of the Divisions are already in the States. But can't see anything about tb,e third army going back' any ways soon. Don't think we will gat home before spring any way and maybe not until mid summer--. 1 1 their project. Their scheme of operation calls ultimately for the organization of local ompauies in each of the forty-fiv- e itates. Each of these corporations vlll be granted conrt-Ion- s around the eserved portion of the leases which .he parent corporation will hold and which will be enhanced in value with, rhe growing activity surrounding it. , Dr. T. T. Beeler. The Kentucky Manslield Lead & 'Inc Syndicate was incorporated June In a suite of offices In the Starks man, try- IS, 1918. Its capital stock of $100,000 Building a small keen-eye- d ing to make every minute yield its was quickly sold out. On November quota of result of an atmosphere of I It bought Its first mill, which soon high pressure, knows all about the ro legaii operations on the ground, and mance, for he had lived it. He Is Dr m February 1 a 2 dividend for JanT. T. Beeler, vice president of the neT uary was paid stockholders, following dividend for LOUISVILLE MANSFIELD LEAD & .vhlch was paid a 3 February. ZINC SYNDICATE. He is the maa The Kentucky syndicate is made up who, eleven years ago, while almost entirely of Kentucky men. Dr. ticing dentist in an Oklahoma town, became interested in western oil de T. M. Crutcher, of Louisville, head of velopment. With holdings in 157 oil the Louisville Dental Laboratory, Is secrewells after he had become successful president, and N. C. Cureton is In that game, Dr. Beeler had wide op; tary. W. E. Newbold, of Louisville, Is portunlties to observe the possibilities treasurer. Edward J. "McDermott, of Louisville, is the corporation's attorand exigencies of that business, or ney. Dr. Beeler Is one of the direcgame, as It may rightly be called. He tors, as is also Dr. Charles A. Funk.. saw men carried up Into the realm ol The officers of the LOUISVILLE sudden riches; he saw hopes fulfilled MANSFIELD LEAD & ZINC SYNDIbeyond tiieir own limits. But he saw CATE, which was formed February 21, the other side, too, of the oil game its uncertainty, and the ruin that th'b 191S, are the same as those of the Kentucky syndicate except that Dr. uncertainty brought to some. n, C. One day Dr. Beeler heard about th Beeler is vice president and J. well known Louisville business strike made in the famous Joplin zinc ore district. He began studying thn man, is a director. Over half of the already possibilities of the new found oppor- capital stock of $."00,000 company has aro been sold. Offices of the tunity. He reflected that in the oil was drilled, n at 409 Starks Bldg., Louisville. business, when a well The stock is being put out at $1.00 mortal could with certainty tell which (par value) per share. of four tilings would be the result The eouipany'.s property is In the oil, water, gas or a hole In the ground. V.'right He reflected that an oil well, drilled heart of the Ozark Mountains, County. Mo. One forty-acr- e tract Is 1,100 to S.CO0 feet In the ground, from located between two cost from $5,000 to $30,000 before It Kentucky syndicate,ra'lls, those of the as the real promise was known. And then "Pioneer Mill," nnd of known Caldwell, W. E. compared this with data he had be if Lou'sville, knou as the "Ited-bir- l gathered about the mining industry, in .Mill." This tract ' considered one ot which nature's store of wealth lies the best In the d'.s.rict although three comparatively close to the surface aud forty-acr- e tracts are well Iocate-covers great areas, necessitating, !n otherpartly and tested. outlay. He proportion, a small initial So, as the new MANSapplied this comparison particularly to FIELD LEAD &LOUISVILLE ZINC SYNDICATE! what he had heard about the starts Its wheels the busifields. ness romance of t'.e poor dentist H' Dr. Beeler was not long in making carried farther along its way to thu tip his mind. It was two years ago in pocket-book- s and Kansas City that the project, which is shrewd investors l:'nk accounts ofj U' country over. now being carried to every state in the Union, had its Inception. Dr. rained most all the time. You Beeler had selected a partner, severed his connections with the oil fields, and can guess how I looked, .mud, had employed an agents versed in the dirty and as hairy as a pig. Say technique of such an undertaking, to has the flu stopped in that counInvestigate opportunities in the Joplin try yet? Did Albert Clark get district. But it was by chance that the real well? How are your horses getOne day, ting along? Guess my ponies opportunity was found. when Dr. Beeler's emissary was fruitlessly bickering with people in the are almost large enough to ride. field to which prospectors were al- So I guess I had better clo.e for ready swarming, an. old man called this time as I don't know g Ma-hoJoplin-Mansfield These geological reports bear out to a large extent a theory which later became current as to the origin of the o. rich mineral products around According to this theory, '3iaiifield, one of the highest points in rtlie district, is the site of a vdleano. The purest ore Is found closest to this center, while the adulterated deposits are found as the distance becomes greater. Once he had secured rights to the land, Dr. Beeler's plan became known and soon the district was a bee hive of fortune-hunterBut all of the promising land in the vicinity had oeen leased by Dr. Beeler and his associates and they were ready to launch Mans-fielttr-Mpre-hlstor- lc s. - anv-thin- 1 I I Brest-Litovs- k. n But don't worry-- am having a good time, You were asking me about the. Keutecky " boys. There" were' six of us .in Co. C Four of them were killed on Oct. 9th and the" other one was gassed. It sure looks hard to see your friends cut to pieces the Buns opened up with er, his partner and several notaries, in all of the public automobiles the nearby town afforded, set out In the late afternoon In what is now the Mansfield district The chauffeurs and the notaries and all others with whom the party came in contact were bound to secrecy. There were neither automobiles nor notaries available for oth er possible prospectors. Tlat was October 16, 191T. In a da or so, the prospectors had secure-lense- s on 18,000 acres of land rick It ore, and had laid the foundation o. the project which la now becoming nn ma- him aside. "If you want to see an tnworked locality, want to show you something," said the old man. As the result of the Investigation and assaying which followed. Dr. Beel- I interesting to write. An swer soon Witn best wishes, Your sou, Wm. D. Chasteen. 4 HOW DIPTHEBIA IS CONTRACTED. One often hears the expression "My child canght a severe cold which developed into diptheria," when the truth was that the cold had simply left the little one particularly susceptible to "T1 -- - SDWERSETSCHflflLoFBHSINESS 1 , a - . BusinessSbmerset, belligerents-ofthe-great.war- mu Hi VV(f !- T -- many others, you wonder how air was full of shells all the way any one feels when they go over from the size of buck shot up to the top. I felt pretty shaky 16 inches. We advanced all day, until I saw ottr Major wounded, covering about 5 kilometers aud and then some of my chums fell dug in just a little before dark. beside me and then I began to Our dugouts were about 3 feet feel as if shrapnel and bullets 4 or 5 feet long 'and 18 inches .wouldJiave'no effect oa me. We deep. A nice place to spend the started over oo'Oct. 9th. about night. We were under shell fire 7:3o, in the mornim. We nad for about 30 days aud I did not advanced aboat'i kUoaeter when get a shave for six weeks- - aud it --- " by shrapnel. I guess that like chine guns "n'd artillery. The the wandering diptheria germ. If your child has a cold when diptheria is prevalent you should take him out of school and keep, him off the sheet until fully re- -: covered, as there is a hundred-J- r times more danger of his "taking diptheria when he has a cold. Cough Chamberlain's When Remedy is given it quickly cures the cold ard lessens the danger of diphtheria or any other genir disease being contracted. . . Zf-X- .t . I i ;s rmntxmxx l "r. i - T c? C -- '. r ". r. h -- L - . " i ,"' ; ,..,.... - Jr. , r. . , - -' --. t.M . ' "Cat - "' ' I.IW 7 M WUIimnwawn' . '''- - "' r- - . FIFTH LOAN '810118' W 1 T H fi R S,j Green Seal Paint is a sure preservative to covers. It beautifies, and at the same time Haima's every surface it If KL. lengthens the life of any piece of property. If your property shows signs of needing paint, have it painted with Hanna'a Green Seal. postpone the matter" is false economy. Formula on every package. Byf'iii'SOLD BY - ,mp TN.NOE,MTVP.NO" 5CP fl THEfirst move Sfirfft Is made when sav-Clllvl will educate you ftnancay ky e I veloping traits that will insure success, comfort and g f HflK g ing begins It happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence an account with us today and stick to it. Mrs. Sarah Allen spent Sunday with her daughter. Mrs. J. H. Roberts. Win. Debord, of An. TRAINS AND AViATORS Walnut Grove and Eramett derson, of Level Green, spent from Friday until Sunday with TROFMY EXHIBITS WHICH WERE relatives here. Miss Ada Mul- S3 POPULAR IN FOURTH Wm. lins is on the siclc C..:VE COMING AGAIN. Daugherty, who has just returned ON'T stow away from France, spent Friday and and your rattles Saturday with his sister, Mrs horns , and Chas. Durham, at Cruise. Mr j Loan is going and Mrs. Fred Mullins attended to bring with it just Sunday Meeting ati as many occasions the Fifth ' for a b'e time as Pine Hill. El'za and Russell, any oi jtho foregoing drives. children of J. H. Mullins, who d The itropny trains bigger, very sick for a few and scheduled for longer have been There has, stors in each town are to tour the days, are better. district1 again. One of them will stop been considerable moving here of in your town or near enough to--It so am Suttles moved to a late. that you can get to it. Air circuses will perform over a house of J. H Cummins and Es great many of the cities and among till Mullins to the house vacated the planes to take part are a number by Mr. Suttles and J3en Mullins of German Fokkers. And best of all there will "be a fleet to the house vacated bv Estill r of tanks. These tanks, regulation Mullins. It 'is Mrs. Raleigh whippets, will be routed over the disbeen sick s,o trict singly so that practically all of French that has Mrs. Robert. the territory will be covered. The long instead of War Department is furnishing the French lasfc s was reported tanks and tank crews and there are week. AMrs. Flora Martin and no stunts which these mighty crawlers cannot perform under the guid- rMiss Fannie Allen were guests of ance of the fearless drivere who will their brother, Wilson Allen Satr take them out urday and Sunday. Mrs. John" Music? Yes, indeed. There win 'be two or three bands on tour in the dis- Allen, who has been sick for trict. Arrangements have been made a few days is slowly improving for service bands from the army and Mr. Wm. Robinson, an aged citi the navy. zen of this place las "been on the sick list for a few' days. -- Ben Mullins was in Wildie Friday. J. H. Rbbeits is going to have a" phone put iu his residence. , Mrs. .Maggie Jordan, of Pinevillo, Jesse If one of these is awarded to you is with her sister, Mrs will your conscience be clear? Cotton 'this week. Mrs Daniel Every volunteer Liberty Loan Ponder and children, were guests worker who partic ipates in the cam- of her sister. Mrs. Ben Ponder paign for the sale .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mose of the Vfctory Lib- VIufHns, of Cruise, were guests erty Loan, which is 21, 6ftheir daughter, Mrs. Melvin to begin April will .be ' given a Barnett Mrs. Friday night. medal made from Miilhhs and children spenC ae of the. Qexman Bert eainbn "'captured Sunday with Mrs. .Martha Mul by the Yanks in lins. --There is lots of sickness? MLFEATUBETANKS, i irnimrnmtKsnnnTmimnnRttnRRRiinRn ; ::: :;... ; a' T ssss r..... S-- : ;-- s 5 5 5 .? li--- t. noise-maker- (fdrmerlyGerman) Vio-tor- y better-equippe- 34U BEST the 25c COMPOUND 94c Tested OfltS Per IVIlllCt Per Bu. Tub Bu. . -- JYIF- a . - Civilians to Get Medals for Work In Victory Loan -- IB I THE FEED MAN Phone 51 the Chateau Thierry drive., The medal will be about the site of a half, dollar. The front ideof the it depicted in cuC--. accompanying will bear the Inscription "Victory f, Liberty Loan" and a .reproduction the Treasury Department building On throughout, tbisheighborhoqd. J Bank of Mt. Vernon USE White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants. i Made from selected Red Wintef the reserve side will be engraved the government's acknowled? ment of the service performed and n space will be left so that the recipient may have his or her name engraved The medal will be the first of it kind ever distributed by the govern ment to civilians. The plan was dc cidfd upon after an almost unanimous demand had been received from workers over the country for some permanent souvenir of their patriotic cooperation. Several German cannon, brought over with returning Yanks, have been purifiers. The perfect melted, rolled and are being stamped blond to adorn the lapels of the civilian combination of the ingredients out army. in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is m.u-cous j CATARRH sCANNOT BE CURED with L'OCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. "Catarrh is a local influenced by disease, greatly conditions, and hx; constitutional orderto cure it you must take ai( internal remedy. "Hall's' Catarrh Medicine is taken iLternally and acts thru the blood on the surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was" prescribed by one of the best physicians in th s country" for years It is composed or some of the best tonics known, com-- bined with some of the best I ."" -- - . "i. X Let's! are rusting, the legions smash, The weed springs in the dugout. The battle fire is ash. So hats off to- the doughboy, off to the gob. And hats The Victory Loan Is.oomlng, Let's finish up the job! Now guns No more what .produces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions , , Send for testimonials, free. F. I. Cheney & Co. , Props., Toledo, Ohio. All Druggists, 75c. to its depositors in every emer- gency and under all circumstances. The spirit of" this institution is one of helpfulness We should .like to number tyou amotmg our patrons HE high standard this bank has'set for itself in the con duct o't its business is a protection -- T Hall's Family Pills for cons stipation. PEOPLES BANK 1 A trial will convince you, Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back Made Only by 'Crab Orchard Milling Co CRAB ORCHARD, KY. -- The farmers are quite busy planting gardens and ploughing-foCommission har The Federal Trade corn and oats. The recent taken further steps toward protecting cold spell has caused delay in holders of Liberty Bonds from fraud- Trade Commission Chases Bond Scalper to His Lab MARETBURG r i i ii ' " - MIX! I Yy 4 lXesMMTXi-- A GC X C k.- Produc e Eggs Poultry, Hides Feattifecs Purs,Kinds of Country And All Produce . "WE "WANT YOUR . Dr. Carter is and the corporations' organiza- the attending physician for the tion plans, properties, .and financial flu Datients. Mrs Helen Griffin conditions. The information is called for at once, attention being directed is at home after spending the to the penalties attached lor feifare winter with her son, Egbert, in to do so. St. Louis.- - Mr. Joyce Mc6all, after spending' two weeks with his Liberty Loan Levity cousins, Lena and Lewis McCall, of this place returned to bis home Kan., Saturday in Augusta, last. Mrs Jop Albright and son, Mack, spent Sunday with Mt-sLucy McCall and Mrs." Grace" FWilmott Miss Helen Sayers and niece, speut a few jhours in (We, hope ihat you'll pardon omx this J)lace enro'ute to Mt.' Vernori. Mr&rfftv-.iE.'rs.She'rman Owen (ieergej Soaken. a tan ncilpTrg is JpeVdjng.Sfedays Mn Mt (grafter. Attempied to prey Vernon. Miss Katie. tioui: vis- "upoii --SueShor, Jim Hxf: ited at; Mrs. McCallJs Wednesday,. -- 41asnovrijaeorge;hang evening Mrs. A. B. Sams is, with her .daughter, "Mrs. Wade rested and the corporation's organiza-veste- d schemes some farm work. Mr. Billy' Houlr ulent stock promotion Beaching questionnaires have 'been' has about recovered from a spell sent to many firms whose literature of flu and pneumpnia The fam has been turned .over to the commisily of John Hunt have flu. Mr. sion for examination. The quest naires contain 32 ques Hunt being very bad. Mrs. Julia tions, bearinG"Ji the amount of pro M. Hunt has recovered from a motion, stock find sums actually in bad spell of flu. fllawr!!?'!'MKHHPl!$iflBMS. OUR HOME 'Ifthe home illustrated aboyc doesn't appeal to you, we have m&y ot$iefsdr?ill help you to --design one which will :fae everything yotf want in a;home. matmal-iFht great building boo?ilhas,stpted,J am .buying ktge qv.ti$;:otfer to meet (the demand, don't delay, let us Salk thematter over at once, and get started -- fxom-a-.rafUt- y "fc3IC?t2c338w3C3p3C s Hunt, who. has" "flu. mmammmmmm n s -- WILL, PAY CASH Gtt:&Co MT. VERNON, KY . t e r MTlrkRNON.TtY. ?jv practice 'in alf the cotifts. ' Will ;omce on' unurcn street jv i wBETausy.ft l,ATTdBEY AT.1AW TMTmAtmn PTSS ll; I . y&&$$ ftOlildre:n Gry FORFLEtCHtH'S 'Dentist Office" ' ( -- ivrww? 11 Eiifl rc Baker's Over rlL.G.tor" 1 m . S.fT. PBOCTOR .jJ f .! t 3 tvt--!- 3: C ASTORIA --,- MT. 'VERNON, ..KENTUCKY . ... t V V - .4i -- taJfi? " ' . rj&f i m -- ?..if..l2rt -- . . t I '. It 1 fj - '"- 111 iiifa v1 S Easter, suits, hats, ties and all the fixings for Men, Young Men and Boys at Fish's. Mt. Vernon Ky, Apr. 4, 19:9 LOst:-j-pair of- gold frame" up "No. 79" wmnwr glasses between my home and m7f waat toCommunl. J7 Will Hysinger's Finder return "M oae with 8IQNAL and receive reward. -- Mt.Veriibn Signal K $v . BUY YOUR CLOTHES NOW FOR I John McKbnzie. Einmett Gentry, who was given a two years sentence in the pen and who has served nine months and a few days of that time, has been granted a full and complete pardon by Gov. Stanley and is Louisville &N ashvillc R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 nortn 24 north 23 south 21 South 4:5 p 3:35 a m now at home. 12:35 p m A new time card became ef12:45 a m fective April 1st. No. 23 day EA ST ?LERCiaT5?S: ER Ias. Landrtjm, Agent. train from Louisville is due at 12:32 p. m.; No. 21 night train Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt JTernon, Ky. Potoce mail matter. as Btcond-ciau 12:43 m- - No. 22 day train go ing into Lx)uisville, due at 4:57 and No 2a. the morning .train due THRRE'S NO TIME FDR DELAY EASTER COMES ON THE 20th OF APRIL PERSONAL Dick Martin jyas up from Bxod at 3:35. crowd that has been unloaded in Mt from Vernon this year was, when io4 " good passengers alighted from train 22 last Sunday. There is a common saying that you can see the been entire population of this town at with tbe trains on Sunday and that is Pessibly the largest head yesterday. Robert Fields is at home Benham whero he has a position. Mrs. J. T. Meadows has THE CASH STORE MT. VERNON, KY. On last Monday Judge Cam As the result of a give away of Alfred Owens, of the generator of the Mt. Vernon Mullins, Judge L. W. Bethuium, Mr and Mrs. Preachersville, were guests of Power Co., Mt. Vernon has been and Dr. M. Pennington went to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meadows in darkness since last Monday. Frankfort to be in conference gfrom the Sunday. The machine is in Louisville be- with representatives Miss Sydney Crawford has ing repaired and the management Fiscal Courts of Laurel, Knox, closed her school, being a seven of the Power Co., expects to get Whitley and Bell Counties, and months school, at Millersburg same back and have the light on Rodman Wiley, Commissioner of Ken and is now at home. not later than next Wednesday of Roads, for the State tucky. They procured the promJesse Meadows, who has a night. ise of thirty convicts to work on good position with the L. & N. at We deeply sympathize with the roads in this county. With Cor bin, was with his parents for Mr.and Mrs. Harve Bowman. who this convict labor, Rockcastle a few hours yesterday. y lost their five year old son will be able to work out the Johu Pearl Landrum passed a of pneumonia, following state aid money due the county Aid, this scheme would rapidly successful examination for Chief flu. Mr. Bowman and his entire on tne Dona issue ior one nun build He is now family have all been down and up roads of which every Pharmacist Mate. dred thousand that was voted in stationed in Philadelphia. .were very sick. His mother, this county. With this labor, contributor would be proud, and Claud McHargue, of Pine Hill, who went to wait on the family, is work will be done on the grade take thecounty as a whole it is very sick at the home of Mrs now down, and her condition and metaling will be done. Con would be the best investment Ai na Griffin, where .he is board was reported very serious yes- gressman J. M. Robsion was that could possibly be made. A -possible terday. ing and attending school. present at the conference and taxation plan is rendered 'only alter it is proven that D. B. Logan, prominent and W. M. Mullins and Jeff John-to- informed us" that he had found it is an investment and not a wealthy lawver, of Pineville, died had their examining trial at some available money that could Wednesday at his winter home London last Friday for the kill- be furnished as Federal Aid to donation. Roads will eventually plan or be built by in St. Petersburg, Florida. ing of Luther Manus. After the put up agaiust County and State direct taxation, and counties in Dr. M. Pennington and Dr.E.J. Commonwealth had finished its Aid money in completing roads this state not taking advantage Brown, of Stanford, left Wednes- testimony,,the defendants waived through this and the other couof present road boom may build day for Chicago to be gone for the right of further examination nts represented. With this Fed their roads without aid. t.vo week or longer. They will They were granted bail in the ral Aid, it is expected that the take a special two weeks course sum of $5000,00 each which each Dixie Highway can be completed one gave Circuit uourt in Laurei through our county this year. in clinics. The Road Commission is anNannie Minihan and comes in May. Mrs. help us in every way children, left yesterday for Nor "The prosperity of a town if xious to During last week there were fclk, Va., where Mr. Minihan is not guarded by the wealth of its possible, and Congressman Rob two cases tried, the parties benow stationed and where they inhabitants, but by the uniformi sion is very enthusiastic about ing charged with having whisky will make their home as long as 'y with which they pull together oads and has been appointed on the Road Committee in Congress, in possession for purpose of that place is his headquarters. when any important undertakmaking it possible for him to do sale. One, that of Joe Fletcher Mrs. Mollie Hatcher, who h: d ing is to be accomplished. A a great deal for the Eleventh was tried by a. jury. Fletcher such a struggle for weeks be man with a thousand dollars at District in the way of helping failed to take stand. He was contween life and death, has recov- his command and a love for town build through roads. The pros- victed, being given tea days m ered sufficiently that she will in his heart, can do more for pects were never better for com jail and fined sixty dollars. He leave tomorrow with her daugh the building up and improving pleting the road now started in Sled an appeal bond taking it ter, Mr5. Beaty for Ravenna, to of it than the millionaire who this county, and starling some to the Circuit Court. His trial locks up his capital and snaps spend several weeks. was in the County Court. He inter-counton additional wcrk W. H. Jones was over from his fingers at home progress. was not represented by any at-- v seat roads. yesterday aud tells us Wildie Do you know that an editor or Road work can only be done in torney. Frank Mullins tried on that the Wildie folzs have put a reporter lor a n&wsbaper can counties that co operate with the the same charge bv a jury comtbe road in good shape leading in his rounds stop and ask a State and Federal Government, posed of Millard Doan. Sherfrom. Wildie to Roundstone and hundred persons "What is the but under the present law, it is man McKinney, ;Tim Bradley, J. Mt. Vernon. Thfc. grade to the news ?" And ninety' out of the possible for our county to have V. Bullock, Mai tin Cromer and new Bridge over Koundstone hundred will reply. "Nothing road work done if we put up one Henry Kirby and acquitted. He creek ts about finished and will special." And yejt fifty out of seventh of the amount ot money testified that he had twenty-fou- r be ready for travel in another. rhat number know something required, either by taxation, sub pints in his possession, this beday or so. that if not founds in the next scriptions or donations from the ing one lease of whiskey, and iaper will astonish them greatly citizens of ithe county or anyone that it was for his personal use. and disappoint them more, and else, providing said subscriptions This whiskey was confiscated by LOCAL perhaps make them madder than and donations come through the the sheriff, and some party or The Armenian Show advertised hornets. Don't be afraid to let The question of improving parties broke into the sheriff's gaining be the newspaper man know it. for last Monday night, will roads is of vital interest to all the office and stole same given next Monday night at the The contest between the Mt. people of every county, either entrance over transom, and wire Boone Way Opera House. Vernon and Brodhead Baptist directly or indirectly. We are breaking loose a screen Mullins covering over transom. Wanted: Some good country Sunday Schools closed last Sun all affected by poor means of was represented by Attorney Brodhead travel. The man who Would ob Will pay cash. John day. For the month hams. had it by 21 in attendance and ject to good roads and hard sur C. C. Williams. R nner, at the Main Street Res Mt. Vernon went far ahead from face roads would be considered at Leval Green t uranu The place to feed your the stand point of collections, mentally unbalanced. But there The mentioned by our Livingston self. therefore neither school can claim are extremists and the man who last week, will be Judge Cam Mullins and Magia- - a victory over the other, and. the thinks the man living on Line anxiously awaited by many who Kotert Evans went this week big dinner which Mt. Vernon was Creek should be as much inter- received theirtraining and spent ' and located the place for a bridge expecting to get off of Brodhead ested in the Dixie Highway as their early' life at or near that across Skeggs Greek, near Char-H- e or visa versa, will be lost. Supt. the man on Scaffold Cane Hill place. The plan is to have the McKinney's place. This J. T. Meadows congratulates' doesn't, figure on the point, self, gathering some time in June. A. B. Albright, of Brod bridse is badly needed and will Sunt. who originated the idea of which is tbe first law of nature, Many a young man and young head. be built before next winter. having the contest. It was a but we do contend that every lady got their ideals of a bigger very friendly contest and ended man in Rockcastle County will life at old Level John (Monk) Taylor, colored, with the same splendid, good receive benefits from one through and better Green under the tutorship of Mr one of the oldest residents of Mt. spirit with which it was begun. road equivalent to his outlay in Vernon, both from a standpoint Supt Meadows adds m his re: tax, while the man living in a J.N.Brown. The Fiscal Court met this week of years, of residence in the town port that during April his school few miles of any of the inter-counwill keep a record but not solicit, fixed the levy foi i9i9 as foland in age, also one of the mos t tb see how many, who begun dur- seat roads that-argraded and highly respected of our colored the contest will keep on coming, laud, hard surfaced receives lows: State 40 cents; General people, has been in a very seri- He suggests that Brodhead does manV times the value of tax paid fund 25 cents; Bond fund 20 cents ous condition for several weeks. likewise. ' We congratulate 'both tc build and maintain such roads. Roads 25'cents; Bridges i cents P is mind has left him and today Sunday Schools for the splendid j fo be perfectly fair to all and schools 17!, making the total showings made. lUO JlWl parties it would be right fpr the WIA .L.OJf-Uwas adjudged insane. Wed-desdan very sick for the past week rheumatism. Mr. W. J. Sparks has been confined to his room for the past week with erysipelas. Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Youne and Mrs. Cleo Brown were in Danville yesterday shopping. Our good friend W. H. Brown who has been troubled a lot lately with rheumatism, is improv ing. about right. The boys are coming home fast now. Some of the new ar rivals from overseas and camps in the U S. are Jeff Brown, Herbert Isaacs, Arthur Brown, B. Smith and John Smith. Richard Wallin writes from Uamp Taylor that he expects to be home within a few days. . J4 COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE citizens of Mt. Vernon to subscribe the county's part of the fund to metal roads a certain out on each road reaching town and known as an inter- the county seat road. The citizens of Brodhead and Livingston should do likewise: then call on the people being benefited most by these roads to raise funds to carry on road work this way until we have four roads reaching trom Mt. Vernon to the County line in the direction of each adjoining county. This plan would insure good roads; it would prorate the expense nearer the way it should be; it would show a spirit of doing the fair thing to all and with State and Federal dis-tan- ce ) DR - MM D s CASH GROCERY STORE LARD Is Advancing .Remember that we have plenty at 25c N Anything in GROCERIES IN SAME PROPORTION Pay Cash and Sav? the Difference ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. T. T. Niceley, Admr. of Asa Bryant, Deceased, Plaintiff, Notice Vs: Polly Ann Bryant, William Bryant and Defendants Jonas McKenzie, The above action having been filed in vacation to settle the estate of Asa Bryant, deceased, now it is hereby ordered that this cause be referred to the Master Commissioner of the Rockcastle Circuit Court to hear proof of claim againt said estate. All persons having claims against the estate are notified to appear be fore G. S. Griffin, Master Com-- , I ROCKCASTLE HOMOR ROLL This is a list so far as we have been able to get of Rockcastle stome boys who have given their lives in the war with Germany, of these were killed in battle, some died of disease and some reported missing in action: Orville Mink, Dr. Giover Price. Everett Kirby. Sara Bradley, Nathan Swinney, Henry Baker, Allen Smith. Bryan Graves, Sherman Mason, Milo B. McClure, Finley Ward, Russell Price, Elmer" Ren-ne- r, -- GET THEM AT Drummond's a a) missioner of the Rockcastle Cir- cuit Court, at the law office .- C. C. Williams, in Mt VG1UUU, Ky., on Saturday, the loth dav of April, 1919, between the hours ten o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p m. and file their claims properly verified. This April 4, igi9. T. J. Niceley, Clerk. Rockcastle Circuit Court Arthur Harris, Chester Howard, Ves Brown, Hiatt Crawford and Joseph Smith. Jack Carne, of Tennessee, who married Miss UC. u H511 WrtCrt.HAn in October with flu. may also auu 3tJ3 iuwdiiuu m.. uicu m TV. ati xrmc claimed as one of oui Rock-o- f castle boys. We do not Jsay this list is absolutely correci hnt thi is all the names we have just now. If there are others we would be glad to print them if sent in. De LIVINGS TON oneWanted: A plow horse and horse wagon. Theo Pigg. Waist Seam Back suits are the thing for young men. Get them at Fish's. BOOTLEGGING COMMITTEE Life Was a GENUINE Misery Mrs. F. M. Joaes, of Palmer, Okta., write: I en"From womanhood tered into . . 1 looked with dread from one month to the next I suffered wttfc my the-lim- y pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me unto, one day, . 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Yet after all, (we cannot tell) it may be the best, for; just in the happiest, "and sunBrodbead, sLf. , niest hour of all the voyage of Editor Mt. Vernon. Signal: I life, while eacer winds are kiss would liKe for you "to permit me ing every sail, to dash it against to say a few words through the the unseen rock and in an incolumns of yonr paper, pertain-in- ? stant hear the billows roar above to the death of one Thomas a sunken hip. For whether in Evans, formerly of Brodcead. mid sea or among the .breakers Ky. He was the son of Mr. and of the farther shore a wreck at Mrs. W. T Evans, who a few last must mark the end of each years ago moved away from and all. Every life, no mattei it Brodhead, to Chicago, 111., later its every act is rich with love and moved trom Chicago to Grand every moment jeweiea wun a Rapids, Wisconsin. Some two or joy, will al its close become a three ot his roys still live in tragedy as sad, "deep and dark Chicago. John? E. Evans, the as can be woven of the warp oldest son liyes in Detroit, Mich and woof ot mystery and death They have a married sister, a The record of a generous life Mrs. .Porter., who .lives, at Avoca. runs like a viueiiaround the Indiana. Thomas, at the time memory of the dead. Every of his death was located at St. sweet and unselfish act is now n He married perfumed flower. A man dies, a Bernice, Indiana. Miss Sallie Iawes, a daughter of heart breaks, a lear fades in tht Joseph Lawes,-- wno some years away forest, a babe is born aud ago lived in Brodhead, but now the great sweeps on. No one lives in Louisville, Ky. can tell which is better. Life He had one little bov six years with its gleams and shadows, its old, and Thomas thought the was thrills and pangs, its tears, its the only child'. I am Tefering to wreaths and their ns, its crowns, the location jof the members of its glories, and its regrets, or this family to show the scattered death, with ts peace and, its condition of the family at the cool and placid brow that hath time of the death of Thomas. within no memory, or fear, griet He took the Flu, followed bj or pain, who can tell which is acute pntumonia and he died be- the best? We know it is hard to fore any member of the family give up our loved ones, but incould reach; him. His wife was spiration says, (and we must be the only one of his people that lieve it) "All things works towas with him at the time of his gether for good to them that death. She brought him back to love God, to theifa who are the Louisville for burial. Con, his called according to his purpose." brother, reached Louisville a few So may the relatives and friends hours after he was buried. He of deceased, Thomas Evans, who has left a wife, a bright little six may perchance read these lines year old son, a father, mother, look at this tragedy from this five brothers and two sisters to scriptural standpoint is my praymourn hjs sudden taking away. er. Respectfully, T.bomas Evans was a special A. J. Pike. friend to the writer, and his death will be keenly felt by all HOW IS YOUR COMPLEXION? his relatives and many friends A woman should grow more He had not passed on. life's highbeautiful as she grows older and way the cstone that marks the regard to baths, highest point in life. But being she will with due diet and exercise, and by keeping weary for the moment he lay her liver and bowels in good down ,by the way side and haghis burden and affliction for working order. If you are yellow, your eyes losing gard and a pillow, he fell into that dreamtheir lustre and whites becoming less sleep that kissed down bis yellowish, your flesh flabby, it eve lids forever. 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