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VERNON, VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE i mur.i COUNTY, KYM ESTABLISHFD 1887 NUMBER 29 FRIDAY, APR, 11. 1919 LIVINGSTON Columbia GRAFONOLA Wje woutd like fo i have you charge Columbia Grafonola Price $85, opjen a accounf appreciated IT is a convenience muchregularly buyby musical families who Columbia records A own Grafonolas and good many of our best customeis first opened their charge accounts here with the purchase of a Columbia Grafonola, and we should be glad to have you do so If you buy a Grafonola on convenient terms the amount due each month will simply be included in your bill. It is a sensible business-lik- e arrangement and we are always glad to extend the courtesy to responsible people. i Can vou think of anv investment that will pay you bigger iividends in pleasure and happiness than a Columbia Grafonola? We "have Grafonolas priced from $20. to $215 Even the - The price of any Columbia Grafonola s the same for cash or credit pjUkL.gf. - t F V A- - Mrs. S. C. Hellard, who baa been in bad health for some time has grown worse until now her mind has become unbalanced and at times she is wild and there is talk of having to send her to Lexington where we hope something can be done for her. This Is a good family and they have the sympathy of the people of our town. Judge Cam llil. lins and Dr. A. G. Lovell, of Mt. Vernon, were here between trans Monday. We understand they were here in the interest of the smallpox situation and also in the interest of the new pike on which work will start m a few days. Prof. Chandler, of prinBrodhead has resigned-acipal of the graded school here and John Lair, of Mt. Vernon has accepted the position. Misses Lyda Cook and. Winnie Falin have returned from Somerset where they weat to attend the funeral of their cousin, a daughter ot Judge James Cook. ;Mrs. W. G. Niceley .bas returned from a visit with relatives at Berea. John Cockerel has returned from Paris after a few days visit'with relatives and friends J. H Wal- many Mrs. Byron Owens, who has of the old class will be ton, of the Klondyke, is 'some r'UR FLETCHER'S missing and in other respects it been with her mother, Mrs. R. S better at this writing. O. H'. Rice, wiH be happy day as those who Martin, for several weeks, re a R. L. Payne and others are worknot seen each other for have ing on the road from the end of years. can have an opportunity to the pike down through town. clam hands again, and while They are hauling rock and cin- many not seen the place for yeim ders, plowing and.scraping. They since they were in thefeleens. "i r" i have each furnished their teams I yes many win axena tnat name. Greatest, Human Vi talker I Was several days and they say in ft we suyer uireaas among me "Duringi'ne winters of 1897 few days it will beeasy sailing gold, and we all can have an op- and MSI, I Ta so badly afflicted with catarrii of the head and in an auto down thru town. J. portunity of visitingtte last rest- thought I wust surely die from Eitirefy may doetorm it. AtttrStrria H. Browning, who was once a ing place of ouc dear scnooi and all- other recommended I remknown: to, me. was Cured edies made citizen of our town but moved teacher, J.N Brown. So every Induced to use. Yv oniric- I mi . Mfiwir Peruna. twelve from here to Stanford and pur- one get busy and make--, this- a bottles of Peruna and one bottles A. BBtana, 217 S. of Manalln. never . Second Sti Mosfcogee, Oklahoma, chased a farm, has sold out there sreat day. The day lias not Slaco that time. 1. have use it been without Peruna. I and he and his family, are here been, set huWill be --ftomiitraaB for coMa ad as m ffemera tonic thus describes hla case. Bead his imrlmx Sprlas and Fall atoMtfcs letter. We s the proof tit hand to prove that and Mrs H.L.Tharp, at Junction turned to her home in Louisville, Geo. S. Dur- Thursday. Miss Clyde Watson he has been painting on his City, last week. to do ham, of Mt. Vernon, was here left Thursday for Louisville, house for several days and Thursday of last week. Dermie where she will spend a tew davs him justice, it connot be bVat D. B. Rambo has been beatify- has lots of friends here, and he the guest of Mrs. Byron Owens, and from there she will go to ing his property by giving its is always a welcoma visitor to Chicogo to spend several weeks Sam Maharg, and with her aunt, Mrs. Thos. Lamar, new coat of paint Win. Clark bar "town, has been repairing his property son, Ray Maharg, R.L. Smith.and and will also visit relatives in the past week. Tndge. Mahlon A.M.Hiatt, were in Lexington, Detroit before returning home The trustees of the Summers, who has been quite Friday. CATARRH CANNOT BE some time.-i-s better and Brodhead Christian church have sick for CURED able to be at his post again avdecided to remove- - the roof from with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, the round house. Mr. and Mrs., the church building and replace as they cannot reach the seat of Thomas Jones motored to Mt. it with a new and different roof. the disease. Catarrh is a local Vernon'Stinday;--understand The roofing that they mean to. disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions, and in that convict labor will be em- remove is almost new and is a order to cure it you must take an ployed to finish the pike up the rvery heavy galvanized metal, bat internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh river. Judge Mullins, when here on account' of noise and the fact 'Medicine is taken internally and Monday, examined the county it was never put on right why acts thru the blood on the muthe system. bridge to see if it would stand tne trustees have decided to re- cous surfaces of Medicine was Hall's Catarrh the test, as a great del of the move it. This roofine will be of prescribed by one of the best material to. build the road will fered for sale and any one in need physicians in th.s country for have to go over the bridge. Mrs, of a good metal xoof and at a good years. It is composed of some S. C. FfahklinJ of Mt. Vernon, price will do well to see this be- of the best tonics known, combined of was here between trains Thurs- fore buying elsewhere- - There is blond with some The the best purifiers. perfect day enrqute irom Lexington, about forty squares of it and it is combination of the ingredients Faris, Winchester and Richmond as good as new. Mr; and Mrs.JM. in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is where she had 'been visiting relat- G. Aldridge motored over from what produces such wonderful ives". -- We wish to say to all that Lancaster, Sunday, and were the results in catarrhal conditions. for testimonials, free. ever attended school at old Level guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Send Cheney & Co., Props., ToleF. T. Green, (the fountain head.- - of Tate. CH. Frith' was in Lexing- do, Ohio. knowledge), now'-ge-t bosvand ton and Winchester the first of All Druggists, 75c. O. A. will the week' on business. Hall's Family Pills for we can have a meeting that who has a good position at long while in some Frith, respects it will be a sad day as Lynch, is at home.for a few days. Children Cry CASTORI. KSSPERUNA - - 1 - Mr-TV- m. tHTweek O. B. islHtfglnfalhj'bf lowest priced Grafonola is artistically designed, handsomely finished, and gives you a clear, sweet tone of ample volume. We would like you to see the different models and play any records The charge account can be quickly aron any Grafonola. ranged and any Grafonola delivered to your home at once. -- Sutton &McBee Mt. Vernorb Ky. Rambo and will go on to Ravena where Mr. Browning has a position as wrecker foreman.' W. M. Griffin and daughter, Miss Celia, of West Plains. Mo., who for the past six months have been in Florida. Mr. Griffin went there for his health. They vis ited relatives in Jellico, Corbin. Livingston, Pine Hill, Mt. Vernon, and Brodhead and left for home the latter part of last week. Mr. Griffin was once a citizen of this county but went to Missouri several years ago. He was once County Judge of Ozark County, and is now a practicing attorney. Atty. J. A. Owens, of Mt. Ver non, was here latter part of last week fishing. We haven't learned what success he had as we failed to see him on his return, home. in Tune. Once-agai- n itisJrinjj, The sun is casting, its warm beams upon the earth. Blossoms are bursting fourth, casting their fragrance broadcast over earth. The grass is making its appearance and in the near future old mother earth will be wear ing anew dress, and even now you - can hear on the - distant hill side ge and haw as some old farmer is begining to turn tha earth' 'And is hollowing to old Dobbin. The birds have called the roll and - now; are singing their 'beautiful songs to one and all. The war is over and inx a few days tha peace treatyr will be signed and at last but not least, the U. S., is the greatest place on earth: any way. Mrs. C. A. Blanfprdand daughter, Miss Ella Mae have returned, Mrs. Sarah Hall has been visit- from Louisville after a few days ing relatives at Pine Hill this visit with relatives. Buck Howweek. Mrs. V C. Owens and ard will move hisjfamily in a few children of Hazel Patch, are visit- days to E. K. Division of the L. ing relatives here this Wek. N , as he has a job there. Died. Mrs. Brant King last Sat- Mrs. Oscar Argenbright has reurday and was buried at Sand turned from Corbin after a few Hill Sunday. She had flu some days visit in that city. Summer time ago and kept declining: in has come and' the aatos have health until the end came. We madfc their appearance? Well understand, that we have. small we guess ?it-i- s ,oetter to nave pox just south and northtof town summer roads, than no roads at but both bridges are kept guarded all. Squire W..S. MnlHnsin-,form- and find it "the greatest huxoaa vitallxer." Sold Everywhere Liquid or Tablet Fox te D I !S k i d m o 1 satisfied ZXI1t1I' I1 I -- JXI r e sj I RESTAURANT! B ' 1 WHERE THE CROWD GOES t WHY ? Because they get See my new. GROCERIES and ray low prices. Compare them with- all others. Bring me your country haras and get cash for theau FRESH MEATS. Come in on - -- - . Wednesdays. Hot and cold lunches served daily. I need as well as I solicit your trade. Yours 1 W. H. Skidmore Opposite the Post Office 2X1 Z32XZ 2XZI I f 4XS a OUR HOME If the home illustrated above doesn't appeal to you, we have many others, or wilt help you to design one which will be everythmg you wanf fii a Borne. and there is no chance of the town folks catching it Weun-derstan- d there will be a bill in troduced- - in the next session of Congress making 28 days constitute a month and 13 months con stitute a year. The name:ofj th' montns to read on tbistwas-'janu-uary- , February, Liberty, March and so on. The new month to be called fcibertjr. Norw.lwe liBe the method' of changing honrsf to-co- us that? hes -- hasthe small as'-he- ? fr THOUGHTFUL BUYING SUGGESTS THAT YOU CA.N SAVE MONEY, TIME AND LABOR and look more neatly dressed in our pox situation under has ttfem guarded and the yellow We see when the nag" ia up Squire is right, individually we are safe, as about 16 years ago webaoVacombat witbf this'mon-steran- d came out,vietorjous,but we are uneasy' about' tke? other READY MADE GARMENTS i. feuW. f but this" other: change we? can't up. before lfareffequWlyvt6nDled sajr and as it is 57 . congress, we win await their with constipation and indigestion JV sol- ARE YOU HAPPY To'bethappy.yonvrMirtbewell. Compare these prices with the cost of material and expense ot maKing: - Silk Skirts, fashionablt lines tlecisioH: hat Trie great building boon has started, I am buying material in larle quantities, in order to meet the "demand, don't delay, let us a i - taiK me matter over at nnr. and &wfc AMM.kWM. w, I .. cA S. T. PROCTOR Miss'Jalette Griffin visitedrela are.ptompt and eff?cta.al,.eay. tivesatv Mt. Vernon aadMaret-bur- g and'pleasant to taWeT last week. George Smith will move his family to Paris in the near future. L. H. Davis has returned.' from th South iUtteisoii, Barnes BtjtafG ef rgtu- lookingfjinuch better, Ed Cot- - ford, werewith'ber.MrMita. Ur. tongim; has returned,! rom Ifranc aSd!Mrk:K JJR. fiM.'L-jfand -i Faure mmpem. pointing, hjs: 3QJlfrfW im.DaeMY8rj .nouse.. ww sonHrwJllc debt this as he is blind, but w haye Wight w;iUi;lwr pmrwits. Mr. vjourge faril oe sm mmfrrmm f.c. tr arnum. rnce paia f 1300. cuicni. r. , PE; &x-- m " - 7sazxi$z - wieae utwiuvii. wrrigsiiaiit It 'mcjif. audQifedine Embroidered Voil Waists SilkWaists Waisli Bungalow Aprons House Dresses Crepc-de-chi-ne and well made WashSkirfcsin Pique? $450 7$ 150 300 400 125 ?.25 ft m- - Inviting Your Inspection; J? JOHN ROBINfe i . . t9-- -- T. i 7 'B. y Tr i y - MtSSCSmim ggotn?- - i -- . lr ri I 11 Mt Vernon Signal Friday Apr u. 19 19 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRJGh 7. SUBSCRIPTION ONB VKAR $I.O on 4Ja The Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate Exact reproductions of Aivertising rates maae kfiown application MEMBER OF idendsPaid 00 OO i"ii - - y WL - dJtmmmm63mmtmt0mmaHm KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATIOF Louisville, Kentucky, 00 (4e& ) O 21 . -- 51 isig- - No. 2 In January of .00 o o ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HON. E. BULLOCK toOfl P oo r Jt 1? $m&$ 000 c Louisville. Ky. PAY TO THE ORDER OF OO OO 3 In February O o o Q .tfOjo IOLLARS Led & Zinc 3 In March 21-51 as a cadidale for Representative from the Seventieth Legislative district, composed of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subject to tbe action of the Republican party at its primary election on Auguat2, 1919. the checks received by one of the stockholders are here shown. I W sL 91C z. fN. i-' 9 &fl. 6raA.Al W-I Louisville, Kentucky, fciCOnJJl 7f Kentucky Mansfield Syndicate. X 09. COUNCIL OF NATIONAL i ? Louisville-Mansfield NUllfilCyiBlHrA.i fUWmmfJfKmBlwmtKiSWMfKWmiTnt m - I9l2 tt No.81Q Lead and Zinc Co., Inc., DEFENSE A man who has cbifdren wants 409 Starks Bldg., Louisville, Ky. ' i 1 OtfftA. mr u them to live easier; have more of the luxuries of life; be surrounded by a better environment than he himself has had, thus causing them to grow np better men and women. If he is a thinking man and lives on a farm he will try to bring his farm up to a high state of cultivation. He will care for his orchards; keep the house and barn in the best condition possible, thus making improvements that cannot be easily wasted; being such thatthey will encourage his children to be industrious and economical, to stay on the farm and not go away among strangers and for bad be influence. Good roads are of the utmost importance for tbeir welfare and contentment. If you, personally, should receive no benefit from investments for roads, it will help the rising generation and is the best way to sepnd money In Rockcastle County for each and every family in ' the county. In Inclosed find my check for payment for shares of stock in the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Com- Louisville. Ky. ,, iu w r umztrur u j.n-o v" c -- oo 000 pany. Signed 33 K M A t) 2. - vr s) OO rJlor s . . sj O a y w. k- j ,...01 v -- . A AV.wvr;--, ZIelc s- - Address. ...., . .... T lrWtvM StMuAt. sS 090 v q Jatatiy 0 o w Dollars Mansfild Led eft "s-- Syndicate. eu i r - 5 I .. Louisville, Kentucky, (cTfijA Ky.- - ym9gL t I fififr &msw w. tttt'S?Jt.- - r jN .':H., il 4 Louisville. , t 3(K, Dollars IO' " PAY TO THE ORDER OF ' te Aj2W4? 4- - Xl. Kentucly Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate. 31 v Trcaurr. ' V If you wish to buy a home in a town or city how would one suit you with a mud hole 111 front of it reaching completely across the street and people had torn down the yard fenca and were walking through the yard to keep out of the mud. You naturally would .hesitate to offer a fair price for this property. The same rule applies with more force to farm lands where the mud is deep in front of the' home and all the way to the post office, market, school and church. -1 What The One Is Doing The Other Should Do And More Officers and Directors Of The Two Companies Largely The Same Get this straight there are two; The oneis the Kentucky - Stock Now Certificate of. Assay - -- --- companies!. A piece of fly paper tacked around a tree will keep. insects from climbing up and- - inhabiting the tree, but it will not keep them out any more effectively than mud roads will keep business men with money and enterprise out of a county. . .Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate, and the other is the .Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company; It is the success of the for- -' mef 'that hasle'd to the organization of the lat-- 1 ter to do just what the former is already-doin- g but on a larger scale. The officers and-directors of the two companies are very largely the same. - "The entire sample- used for Mssay. Fairly "soft na- tive rock and an easy milling .orej'fireaking should give a high recovery. Sample accompanied by, ' affidavit as to sample.1' Taylor, the The above report .was made b'W, P. Sandage in the chemist, from samples taken presence of Mr. C. O. Storm, Mrs. J. S..Long and Mrs. J H. Havens, who swear to the taking of these samples ' on the property of the Mansfield Mining and Developing Company, before Joseph R. Pile; a Notary Public, of Joplin, Missouri. clean-whic- h ' ! f - -- by-J-.- .is.v a 000.00 A Shf e If the Eastern States with poorer 'land than we have can build hard surface roads for miles through swamps, what keeps us from building them on higher land with all the material to build at the road side. Nothing keeps ub down except a lack of energy and personal envy, fearing we will do something;fcr a neighbor. The largest crop of winter wheat ever grown was forecast for this year by the Department ot Agriculture, basing its esti mate on conditions' existing April 1. The enormous yield of 837-- , 000,000 bushels was announce 1, which at the Government's guar anteed price of $2.26 a bushel places the crop's value at $i,89r,-620,000. It Is The Record Of The One fThat Makes The Other So Promising The Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate is already in operation and is already paying dividends. It paid a r Important Notice Price Will Advance to $1.50 a Shara Saturday, April 19th The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company is capitalized at $500,- - at $1.00 a share, fully paid up and nonassessable. A very large part of this has already been subscribe'd indeed", the company is fully organized and is already sinking the first shaft tor the first mill on one of the four tracts (of 40 acres each) on which it holds the leases. in January, 3 in monthly dividend of 2 February and dividend checks of 3 are now going out for March. The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company's holdings are in the same territory, are larger, will be operated.. in the same manner and should pay even On larger dividends. Act Now! Send Your Order At Once For Stock In The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company. Price Now $1.00 A Share! WiU Advance To $1.50 A Shar Saturday, April 19th. J at Mansfield, Missouri, where the Mother Lode of the famous Ozark district comes nearest the surface. The tract on which the sinking of the first shaft has already begun is immediately adjoining that of the "Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate. 40-ac- re These holdings of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company are OFFICERS: T. iL Crutcher, President ji 1. T. Baeler.'Vlce Pres. Nut C. Cureton, Secretary. -- MmM 409 Starks BIfe ansfirft INCORPORATCO. U ariJniC (ft. DIRECTORS: J. C. Mahon. W. E. Newbold. W Chas. Rice, of Livingston was at this place Sunday. Mr. Wm. Robinson remains very sick. Mrs. Louisa Allen and daughter, Mrs. Rebecca Durham were tbe guests of their sou and brother, Linville Allen Tuesday. Mrs. Mattie Mullins' entire family were sick last week with flu. Mrs. Ben Mullins and children, are all sick. Eliza and Russell Mullins, who were reported sick last week have about rr. covered. W. L. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon, , was a visitor at the bone of J. H. Mullins from Thursday until Sunday. A.rs IT HERS W.'E. Newbold, Treasurer. jfjtttipille ;K$tti nan 409 Starks SIdtf. Nat C. Careton T. iL Crutcher. T. T. Beeler. -- - - .aura Cotton, and daughter, Miss Rosa, of Wildie, were guests of ler parents, Mr. and. J. C. Allen .ast week. Roy Cummins, of vlt. Vernon, was the guest of lis co i sins, Estill and Forrester vlullins from Friday until Sun-JaThere has been but very little farming florae in. this part yet. There were services at Red Hill Saturday and Suud ay- conducted by Rev. Rovey Mul-- 1 y. Miss Cal lie Roberts is on this part, but as there is so the sick list week. Juy much sickness anyway, we hope Black visited his parents, Mr. they will not get spread. and Mrs. Henry Black at 'AtlanROCKCASTLE TO HAVE ta Saturday and, Sunday. Mrs. ROADS. Mullins was the guest ,of Fred Rockcastle has been alloted 25 her mother, Mrs. Price at Level Green last week. Mr. Alex Mc convicts by the State Road de-- ' Daniel, an aged citizen of this partment and the Dixie Highwaiy place, has the- - phills. He chills from the Madison line to Livalmost every day. There have ingston will be completed. A been a "few cases of mumps' in I camp for the convicts will be lins. his -- - onened in Mt. Vernon May 1st. the Livineston to Parker Creek Cour'i are taking advantage of" Judge'Mullins has asked thejroad. A plan is; also pn foot evety opportunity offered to which insures'ther completion of , build roads and they are cer mad dpnartmenfc for to complete the survey from the Boone Way to the Lincoln line, tainl entitled to the help and corporate limits "to the Bill Patton There will be road work in eveiy support in every way of the people place and also to survey the In- - direction,- - which means more to old Rockcastle than anything IA seat road from-Mt- . j-- m Vernon down Skeggrs Creek to that has ever come vet. It looks I ' For Infants and ChUdrea the Pulaski line by way of Hans like a hopeless task when Qthe county does not have e dollar of In Ui For ford, as sopn as a right of way is Ymts ' for the Pulaski road, its own , money to spend, .but Always bears ST? secured , the Mullins and his Fiscal "Slgaatarc of The contract will soon be ter-county ' t Q rk C"T"r ill 0vr30 - let-for-Jud- ge LL 4? .- -- it at MtVernon Signal it Getright. Fish's and you is Mt. Vernon Ky, Apr. know to those interested Tobacco Industry: At a meeting called in Ky., March, ik the I 1 n, 1919 7Q f 57 P "No. 79" iraot toOommunl on with SIGNAL wnn(' JJ LOUISVILLC 4 N AtHVILLC It. H. CO. 4;57 p 3:35 22 24 23 south 21 South TIME TABLE. north north.: . am p m 12:35 12:45 a m Jas. Landrum, Phone No. 8. Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitoffict stcond-djumail matter. u ii PERSONAL W. Q. Pish- spent the week in C ncinnati buying goods. Mrs. Rose McPerron Game left this week for Florida. Mrs. Jack Hysinger has been visiting friends in Danville and vicinity. Mr. George Geter is building a house for W. T. Sparks on the Evans farm. Robert Davis is at home from Madison county. His uncle, Forbes, accompanied him. Mrs. BertGuinn and daughters, of Indiana, are guests at the home of her brother, Howard Baker. Mrs. C. G. Williams and Miss Ethel Azbill were in Louisville several days during the week shopping. Miss Anna Belle Stewart, of Langdon Memorial, left Wednes day for New York to be gone Mc-Kinle- y Dr.JJL. K. Pennington, the London dentist will be ft the Rockcastle hotel next Monday, April 14, for one week only. Clell Cottongim.age 26, of Pine Hill, died from tuberculosis last week. He was a son of the late Prank Cottongim. He leaves a wife and child, a mother, several brothers and sisters to mourn -- " his death. Other harper and Miss Grace Frederick were married at the home of the bride in Pineville last week. The bride is a daughter of Geo. Frederick Jr., and the groom is a son of D M. Harper of this place. Word was received here this week that A. W. Stewart had sold his splendid farm near Paint Lick for $225 an acre and that he would move to Florida. We can not confirm the report, yet we do know that he has bad the Florida fever for some time. HELMET AND GAS MASK ARRIVE FROM PRUSSIA By today's mail arrived a German helmet and. a gas mask from Wellhausen, Prussia, addressed to the Boone Way Man, from his friend. Will P.Caldwell, who was division engineer of the state highway department in 1919, with headquarters in Winchester. Winchester Democrat. April 8th. Our teachers are working hard and successfully but they never know whether their work is appreciated or not unless they have some intimation to the effect from the parents of the schools. Lexing--to- n, 28th, of this year, J a tenative organization of the loose leaf tobacco warehouses of this Commonwealth was formed, and in order that not only E" yourknevias-muc- as we do about the Quality and Value of h those who are associated or connected with the loose leaf tobacco warehouses, but all those who are interested in the planting and growing of the 1919 crop may be heard, relative to this organization, a meeting will be held in the Board of Trade Building, Third and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky., at One o'clock p. m., Saturday, April 12th, 1919, FishVSpecialoClothes You'd come to us On the Run Some people hold back when it comes to a question of buying specially made clothes they think because they are SPECIALLY made they must of necessity be high in price. Parents should make it a point to visit at least the rooms in which they have children. Kindly three weeks. White, and son, W. L visits from parents have an inMrs. Joe White, of Williamsburg, were spiring influence both for teacher here last week to see her father, and pupils and if the visits be Mr Barlow, who was very sick. accompanied by an occasional Prof. D. H. Lyon was here word of encouragement so much this week in response to a call the better. frm the Board of Trustees of the G D Smitn, horticulturist at Graded School. He will be at the State Normal, when asked as the held of the graded school to the effect the recent freeze had again next year. on the fruit crop, said: "We have examined a large Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mullins in Richmond fiom Wed- number of trees of all kinds and visited nesday until Saturday and re- find the apples, cherries and turned by way of Lexington. most of the peaches in fine condiMrs Walter Mullins accompanied tion. Some of the pears that were in bloom last week were them home for, a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Spark:, killed, and some of the early and Mrs. W. H. Pish drove to plums of the Japanese variety Lexington Sunday and on to were killed. The grapes were Richmond where they spent the not hurt and it looks like there night and attended the burial will bp a big fruit crop of all Monday of Mr. Sparks' relative, kinds this season." Mr. Bogg9, who was accideHtly shot and killed while out fish i g. Bentley Sparks who has a good position in a garage in Lexington, came home with them for a few days. Mr. and Mis. C. D. Sutton ek were in Louisville during to see Mrs. Sutton's brother, Jamie Thompson, who is just back from France. Jamie is feeling fairly good and looks well, but as the result of being gassed twice, he will -- have to undergo a He expects to slight operation te able to come home in tw. or three weeks, if not discharged on a furlough. th-we- and to which every farmer who Look around anywhere and see the prices asked for contemplates growing tobacfo any sort of decent clothes then see what we charge tnis ytar and every one wno is you here. directly or indirectly interested a25l M AM in the loose leaf warehouses ot this state, or directly or indirectly interested in the tobacco industry, is most earnestly and cordially invited to attend this very important and meeting, , 7:7inTi&ur9ff33bsL9iEaBfl "ow r join in the discussion as to the THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS necessary course of proceed ure to prevent the planting of the contemplated acreage of tcbacco in Kentucky this year, which if But expects her it finish in as contemplated, will the same enthusiastic manner carried out undoubtedly result disastrously that she began. to those so engaged. The nations abroad never held Mat S. Cohen, America in greater esteem than R Commissioner of Agriculture. they do today. Never gave her such exalted place, such respectIf you need dental work, see ful consideration in their councils Dr. M. K. Pennington at the Never accepted her at face value. Rockcastle next week. Now that we have arrived in One ceam, wagon the good opinion of the world For Sale: J 8c lb. can and harness. Will sell all to- we want to stay. gether, separate or any way purCorn 15c And we can do it only by finWILL BE AT THE chaser desires to buy. Phone ishing rightly, by putting this per No. S. Victory Liberty Loan -- over the Potatoes R. L. Langford. top in true American fashion. Lard 25c per lb Apr. n-3- t. Bj enabling Uncle Sam. to do the things he wants to do, the Beans 8s c per lb CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH things he must do. Paying his REMEDY. debts, revitalizing industry, fosMeal 85c per sack The great benefit derived from tering prosperity, bringing back WEEK ONLY FOR the use ot Chambeilain's Cough and rehabilitating the boys over Special Price on Enamelware Remedy has been gratefully ac- there, keeping his army of occuPay Cash and Sav the knowledged by many. Mrs. Ben- pation in up fettle, Difference jamin P. Blakeney, Decatur, 111 , paving the way for a prosperous writes, "Chamberlain's Cough peace. SEE HIM IF YOU NEED DENTAL Remedy is by far the best medi The world at large expects us WORK cine for colds and coughs we have to do this to the last detail. ever used in our family. I gave Knows, we can do it. Will it to my children when small for accept n explanation for failure. croup and have taken it myself." And it's up to us, individually, ... a to maintain Uncle Sam's proud a .:::: : 1 1 ; i . " a MMAAAAAai Armenian, Syrian and position. ' lata ! rv Nothing of The Kind You'll Be Surprised t r rrjrj yorx-chio- u.0 I llfi'' &. tSt!Jttl D MM 'S CASH GROCERY STORE Tomatoes 3 $1.60 Dr.M.K.PENINGTON DENTIST l I -- 2-- tii. ROCKCASTLE HOTEL OE Monday, April 14th GET THEM AT Drummond's THE NEWSPAPERS. ' LIVING STON .... ............ ...... ........ ........... Jewish Relief Fund Reported last week Prof. Lucy Miss Grace Cox Mrs. J acfc Lawrence a So remember, when you make your subscription. The world watches. $ 466 46 3.00 STOCK PENS. r ( LOCAL Read Dr. M K. Pennington's announcement elsewhere in this issue. Jailer Wade Levisav has moved to the residence of Mrs. Mar Williams in order that the jaii residence may be. put xn condi tion for ihc convict camp, which will be esiahlisned here May 1st After ten days in darkness Mt Vernon will again have lights to night. People will cuss the 1 ghts, but when the plant goes dead, ihere is no let up to the questions asked about whtii lights will oe im again. The Rockcastle Stock Pens are ready; they are a credit to the county and the first sale, which will be held April 21st, should and we believe will be made a howling suecess. Now, Mr. Farmer, these pens means more to you than any other per. son or class of persons, therefore the farmers are the ones who must make the sales a sue cess. There is no charge except fir feed at the first sale, Monday Arpil 21. Bring your stock, no matter if it is only onetliitle knotty headed calf or a pig, bring them in, buyers will be here and buy them Talk th& sale for Monday April' 2 1, and if you have a neighbor whois not getting ieady to come, go and tell him and i t on his being bate. The first sale means much for the future of this splendid enterprise. Saturday evening at the home of the groom, Rev. J. E. Sherrill of Indianapolis, united in marriage W. A. McCormack of this place and Mrs. Florence ttage of Indianapolis, in the presence of immediate relatives' and friends of the contracting parties. Immediately following the cermony a dinner was served. The recep in-s- Additional contribution from Sunday School, Mt. Vbrnon Christian w ii u ro 11 Life L. V. Murrell Judge Mullins Armenian Show Was a 50069 The committee is very thankful for the loyal support given. It is fcr a worthy cause, and we do not believe there can be any nobler act than to help suffering humanity, no matter where it is. Total Misery Mrs. F. M. Joiwt, pi Palmer, Okla., writes: 4 "From the time 1 into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the nexl. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me war a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . I decided to ea-ter- ed The newspiper is today the most potent element in civilization. Its audience is practically unlimited. It reaches every people. class of It penetrates to every hut and hovel on the farthest confines of human ."soci ety. The schools have an influence and gather the children of the high and low. Bat after schools are outgrown, teachers forgotten, and books mouldy and dusty, the newspaper is still a constant companion. No public sbeaker,be he preacher or political orator, can:draw an audience of one tenth that which greets the average newspaper of today, and thus the tone of the press becomes a matter of vital importance to the welfate of the community. The influence is widespread and is also lasting. Therefore we say, study the contents of the paper you are taking and it it contains that which tends to lower the scale of morality and humanity and not to the elevation of that which is good and ri ght, better off axe you by far without it. " ::;;::;.;:. t::::::;::.t::::::;u:;i:: :::. 977777 zizzrmz.............................. ' BB"""""n''"a"""""" We Carry a Pull Line of fir a. GBOC5RI5S MEAT, Including je LARD, . Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. MEAL FLOUR and in fact everything that is kept in an up to date Grocery . WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF Men's and,. Boys';, OVERALLS ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS from a genuine Panama down to the lowest ... priced Work Hat. p. live and let live price: All"the'se goods are sold at a s. The campaign closes tomorrow and after that date no further contributions will be accepted by 5C When you come in you cant fail to see our 1 0C COUNTER, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. the committee. THE WORLD WATCHES. Only a century ago it took a fortnight for news to travel half way across the United States. Things happening in Washington one week were known out in this section the week following. Public opinion formed slowly. And tne nations of the world were months apart. They kept no such close tab on each others' doings. It's vastly different today. flash Overnights the cables around the world it's every important development. We read this morning what happened last night In Paris, in Tokyo, in Cape Town. And there they kno1 what we are doing here. And every minute, right now, the eyes of the world are upon us. For the world has seen what America can do; 'what ,6be has done. Knows that but for :::::5Ws:555S5:!tnt?s?!s:s25S5SS555S555:5s::sK!f5::::: CUMMINS J.B. West Main Street On USE' TAKE CARDU The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Jones goes oa to say, "and was not oaly 'greatly relieved, but caa truthfully sty that I lave 'I took four bottle," when an Indian dies his surviving relatives pay all his debts. We are acquainted with a man whom we heartily wish would turn Indian and die. It be reads this it will be just like him to wonder who is meant It means you if your" subscription to this paper is not paid. It is said that White fawn FLOUR Wheat I t CHICKEN. By ordinance of the Beard of Trustees, all chickens within the corporate limits must be confined in some way. This ordinance pffpom'e April 1st. If 0U Uui..Ufc at lag , U v itjiifcrus be-carp f put them up at once. P. D. .UBBORD. Marshal. Citizens of Mt. Vernon very plainly heard and felt the shock Tuesday, which so far has not been explained by anyone. Whether it was a falling meteor, earth quake or as some said, a German extend congratulations and best air Lkne parsing over, we can wishes of our community. Kebert ot say. We know that it was a and Urban Sage, , sons of Mrs. terriSc disturbance either above McCormack, spent Sunday here. Indianapolis Star. orlttloW. tion hall was decorated in Marcial Neal roses, tne amine room in- Those sweet peas and rose-budwhoTfitnes&ed the caremony and partook of the diuner were: Miss ujiha McCormack, Mrs. Mary J 1 r aod a Ella Redman, Maters of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Milo McCormack, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coble, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Worrell. Mrs. L. S. Jones, Mrs. Sarah Busby, .Albert East, and Miss Pearl Lane of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Eg'oert Griffin, of St. Louis. Mr. Griffin is a brother of the bride. We s. aotapate. . . "ItbasiiowbaMtw 1 years since tookCardal, and I am still la good health. . . I would advise any woman or gki to use Cardui who to a sufferer from any female America's energetic .throwing into the war pi her preponderant strength and aggressiveness the war might have' been over; pow with Germany triumphant. Rives America, full credit for all that she did to put an end to Prus- sianlsmarfd ail it meant to the world at large. Recognizes America as the" champion of J 7liberty. 6 trouble." If you suffer psiaemwi from womanly trouble, or if you feet the Beed of a 'sootfstreMflbeniag toalc tobuudupyoucma-dow- a 1 The type on the following notice was set for our last week's paper, but through fan oversight was left out in the maKe up. Mr. and !rs. C. H.White very beautifully' entertained at rook Saturday evening at their home on West Maxn. Those present were: Mr. and Made. from selected Red Winter For Sale by all Merchants, pro-fjressi- ve A trial will convince you, SatisfacIP- - system., take the advice ofMrStJoaes. TryCar-da- i. It helped her. We eelieveltwillhslpyou. ADDragjiits Mrs. Chas. C. Davis, Rev. 'and Mrs. H. T. Young, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Albright, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Durham, Judge and Mrs. L. W. Bethurum, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ft. Sitrmon. Mr. and Mrs. Wtti Mrs. CUo Brown and Mrs. Jerome Adams. Delight! ful refreshments were served. H.-Fisb, tion guaranteed or money bask, Made Only by Crab Orchard Milling Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ADVERTISE A new water system xs being inst ailed in the court house.some-thingtha- t has long since been needed. IN SIGNAL - t i-a- JT5T. . - -- ..-:- r1 ' - -- ; - Mr" - "r-- . . -- "' "- - " Jlt J J- -s . riOP ideiiCe EW E'L L Kirby, F.etcher Mrs James Winsted, of Wabd, spenoThuisday with Mrs. John Fletcher Jesse Manas has moved into his new hotise that he built near Mart Cromer s res Mr. aud Mrs Rolie Proctor, ot Louisville, have re turned home after spending sev eral da s w'lth relatives here Miss Hester Cromer will teach the school at this place this year Mrs Martha Jones, of Mt. Vernon, sp nt several days with Mrs. Josie Devault last week. Mrs. .Clara Uarmical spent with Mrs. Wm. Wheat. J. L Thompson, the hustling trader of Levf 1 Green, was through here one day last week. Misses May and Bertha Rash spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grand father, John Logsdon. Rev. Noe, of Maretburg, has been elected to preach for the the church at this place this year Homer and Shirley Car-micwere with their grand-parent- s, Mr. and Mrs A. Cummins, at Mt Vernon Sunday. Mrs Ollie Kirby spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs John Fletcher. j Edd Tyree, of Mt. Vernon has moved to this place. Bora, i March 29, to the wife of James I al IIWSa1 TScir'313' III II Tffljfc iff 553Jffl Iff III L ou Fumilwe 1 1 v. sii: twin girls. Charles Detttuse ineic uru leu miiuuu .ma was very sick several Roughnecks, days last week We are having Who have red blood in their very pretty weather for farming veins. at this time. Mr. and Mrs.Wm. They go to drill in bad weather. Niceley spent Sunday with their Come in with a grin on his j. son, James Nicely, at Mt. Ver face, non Laitie Miss iommie Ar- While your darling sits in the nold and Master Johnnie Hausel. parlor. of Mt. Vernon, Sunday And lets another man fight with Mrs Josie Devault at this in his place. place. r -- t.. DO YOU KNOW What Happens When You Apply For a Loan at First State Bank 13 If as much as Five Hundred Dollars P9a8HI ll A brush, teMaHnn ua. f'UIB 1 MMkw. a little effort, and a can of LUSTRO-FINIS- H HANNA'S are all that is needed to make old and worn furniture like new. It's as easy as it is pleasant. Covers all the,scarred and voni surfaces, imparting thehigh polish of new i orniture. Stains and varnishes at one application. Also "the ideal finish for floors and woodwork. SOLD BY T. N. NOB, MT. VBRNON KY. high standard this bank THE set for itself in the con duct of its business is a protection 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; you amoung our patrons PEOPLES BANK HOW IS YOUR COMPLEXION? A woman should grow mort beautiful as she grows older and she will with due regard to baths, diet and exercise, and by keeping Claude Frederick. her liver and bowels in good working order. If you are hag gard and yellow, your eyes losing their lustre and whites becoming Farmers are very busv in this yellowish, your flesh flabby, it part some are done plowing for may he due to indigestion or to a sluggish liver Chamberlain's corn, some are sowing oats Tablets corrects these disorders There is a larger acreage being sown in. oats than has been for several ears. S. E Chandler TO THE SLACKERS. visited his father, Uncle Ted You say he can't stand the army Chandler Saturday and Sunday. the lite is too hard for him; A. J. Owens and family visited Do you think he is any better than Jack Norton Sunday. Charley some other mother's Sam or Chandler has moved .. back to Jim? Bromo We are glad to have You raised him up like he doesn't him with us. G. W. Marler sold smoke nor chew, nor drink a car load of fertilizer last week. is your brag, T. B. Dillingham, the Spiro all the rest were like him what merchant, was here last Satur If would become of eur Flag? day buying eggs and chickens. You say let the roughnecks do Mrs. Nannie Chasteen scld him the fighting, him one case of eggs and fifteen They are used to he beans hens "for which she received $27. and stew, A. J. McMullins was at Mt. I am glad I am classed with the Vernon last Thursday on business roughnecks, Casper Owens is at home for a Who would fight for the Red, few days. Sherman Chasteen White and Blue. was called to Johnettn to attend You say his girl couldn't stand it the fu eral of the little daughter who had measles to send him off with the rest. of D. G. Cla-Don'tyou think she'd be glad he'd and pneumonia. J. B. Noe is feeding a nice lot of hogs for the enlisted, When she feels the Hun's market. A J Blanton is having hot breath on her breast? a well drilled. Sherman Chasteen and family vwited at the home Think of the women of Belgium, of .T.A. Brown Sunday. Sunday Of the cruelties they had to School has started at Freedom Maybe we do smoke and gamble, But we fight as our fore fathers did, So go warm the milk for his bottle, Thank God we don't need your kid. you make out note and leave it at the Bank, The Cashier immediately sjets into comrauni-atel- y gets into communication with our seven Directors, four of which must approve the Loan. If they approve it your credit is thereby established in this community and no one but yourself cun hurt that credit when once es- wanted tablished. Be prompt with the Bank and they will alway serve dfBROMOd! you. We have never foreclosed a mortgage or sued on a note. Open an account with us. NOT TWO YEARS OLD YET FIRST STATE BANK Capital $1 5,000 Deposits 52,000 LIVINGSTON. KY. K to 4 4 srTriggyK i t tvti k I Produce Es Poultry, Hides Ftirs,Kinds of Country Feathers And All Produce WILl PAY CASH WE WANT YOUR 1 bear; w R Do you want the same thing to and is well attended. happen To your innocent daughter Gott&Co MT. VERNON, KY. so iair? For Infants and Children You can thank God the Stars in In Use For Over Years Old Glory, Always bears the Are not blurred with that Signature of kind of stain, CASTOR 30 I A I (2a&M&fat g iGEXX St ADVERTISE t -2- XZH IN SIGNAL T ZXEZZZZEZZX22XE 22 ttt WAGONS 2! in-bceTap1lfdteseaith Old Hickory $115.oo OUR 3 in. $120.oo W I Over 100 wagons now in sfock Weber Wagons $5.00 higher R E Dodge Buggies Furniture Roofing Harness Mrows FENCE Brothers NEWLY WEDS 12 Harrows Disc $47.50 J 4 Disc Harrows THE PHOENIX is in a class by itself. $52.50 JO Disc always come to us for their pretty new furniture GALVANIZED Roofing delivered to - your station 29 ga. only DEPARTMENT 4ft. only 45 RK - ON No. JO Top cents Take.,our advice We have cheaper Buggies and can furnish you with any- -' ,. Harrows $35.00 We hare a big stock. . All size now here.,. Prices are delivered station. -- at-your We have the largest assortment in Madison county. Have.ypu. been" through r f our store? . " $5.50 Square Square We make anything you want in leather 4 ft. only No. 9 Top cents and get your' order in early if you want to be sure and get a 28 ga. only $ 5. 75 We can save you money on your rubber roof. ing also. thing you want .'.- - Send os your OLD SHOES We make 'em new again. Better, still, if you can come and see for yourself Brothers CAR The prico to you includ-Wa- r Tax is DODGE WE PAY THE FREIGHT ' Com&and let.usshow you. ... 'C TALKING MAGBSNES NEV7 ' $25.00 OR OVER $1,180, Make a deposit.to-daand guarantee delivery y .. WVean convince you. Let u.s quo te you f.J'ea'-- . WELCH'S WARTMENT STORE IContuekk Octal!! Store" "El a. KY. - a-i""" p- a ' - B v ." ; : ta - ' 4 .- r- -- iT jl SEEING IS BELIEVING . COME IN ct.' KX :v -- jm ti u L v.. .t.;vH ;. -- r rf-- .'- - "!1 hJt ft 5 V