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Mount Vernon signal: April 18, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919041801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 18, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $ - ". ' '-."- - - -... - ' - .' ... .. . JS tf - - - . . - . -- ' &&&&ajia& - - - - ... :;Biitti L - VOLUME XXXII MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE let: . iigwal ' ; w. - COUNTY, .js. K1DAY, APH. 18. ax. . - ! VI - ' 1919 . I NUMBERS "t JAMIE THOMPjSOlf. Columbia L GRAFQNOLA We would Tike fo have you. open a charge account' ' . IB bbbbbbbH Says Y'oughta .Beep There -- -- ; Alleu Mounce, who has seen sick for some time, Is slowlf improving.. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hughes, of Corbin, visited relative! here Sunday. K. B. Gold, rouad boose foreman, was ia Lexington Suaday There were sertheio5th Engineer; ot lis ""-II TtiT amd riicfWf havp limn tn vices at the Baptist church SaturDivision, and he masks. The Germans day and Sunday conducted, by smashing of the had started up a terrible, ba?-- the regular pastor, Rev. Webb, Hue. A sense of humor' yZis- hagewhen they saw theoclwadj. of 'Jaoksboro, Tean. Fortner possession ,Tixd "that with the . son, and Kept the pDisb & sives and the gas comin' back, Miuickas arrived home from over seaSi lie was wounded cms is . that got into his lungs? XfomugO' weiiada rough time, borne oi alm08t well now .James ptiupot ID on up inio nici aisposuieaim xneieuowswentngnriowarame has moved his family to Abe Lt nervous system. lines, tryin' to get out From Louisville Post i Fifty-eight of' Ljwa carloads res, turned loose at nrieJJtoetjUV quite a cloud, E. Thompson, of Mt.ii Verne, ?-"sfc their gongs and claxbns goin' off iolet'em know what was com- a second iasr. Then without wi.'d tnrned and wc aaw that stuff rolnn' bade on us. Ky., just borne after it ,v JtoUowa wta mQdt like a flock France. Thompson! betOMMbniK lairda, 'oamse they wereo't ymttR.WttK fZ France," acid Thompson.. sie Kiceley, of Mt. Veraon, were fmv.Mvhl; ra.rnmna m here between trains visiting Wa gas up there, and we let it all go friends Sundar. atoae-timit started offfiae-- , Joha Cummins, of Mt. Vernos, front, and was here between traias Suaday. ooverin' a tauty-TOil- e we could see it'rollin' over D. B. Rambo was in Stamfard their trenches, and hear Saturday aad Sunday. Uacle ae,w in kl e. to-wej- rd bkHSbvbt&t OMVAKS aocordinffielngthe i -- fiWLetonr - - .;!' i high-expl- o? 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBSk l mm m Ev-Germ- an "Souvenirs?" said Thijffispn, well-know- Hs . . Mr- - rN i J i - 1- - Columbia Grafonola Price $85, amilies appreciated IT is a convenience muchregularly buyby musical frecords who A Columbia own Grafonolas and good many of our best customeis first opened their charge accounts here with the purchase of p, 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. n SonttlaVh in- aown witn macmne guns, i saw in the tonation, "guess I didJseeJseuveB-ir- s, others running up and down the and sot a lot of 'end too.'?Af- - trench with masks burnt off, and ter a fight you'd see ftKe iefs. still others with a greenish fluid goin back just weighed dttininnina; out of tfieir mouths, with helmets and pistols and npsts and eyes. That poison gas-herwatches everything ik&ti could fearful, and'the fellows that carry. See this riBg?', get it were scotched inside, and it son displayed a curioaaijr out. You could see your rifle gold ring, with an gettin rusty sod everything crest embossed on it e(al changm'. - But I was lucky found it on a ' live Ge enough to get on mask in time." did? And L was-s- o. Tbompsoa rubbed his hand it wasn't a diamond, VI i aidant across his headr as if he were kuow what to say to th4tibird.xl shaking away a grewsome picture.' taiKed to him, tho? riteiamai "WeU the doctor sent me back : it oughta been a diafhoai but to. Kentucky to drink mutt, ne that.I'd take it, even itf assLt d that just SUltS me. ... . J just to show I didn-'f'y Xwm.',. .... 10 get - rat ana xorget goin' grudge against hinij - W& there. ever was a- - fight" x what he did ? "" baby. Good i land ! Iirecfcojishe iXT. T rVTYl C T1 KT -id,-"anUi 6.o, DJ ?Di. ouu t e ftns pioperty on Mt. Nebo.-M- rs. Kambo, of Stenford, is vis- iting her son, Dv B. Rambo, of this place. Mrs. George Martin, of Lebanon Junction, is visiting friends here this week. Mrs. M. Pennington, of Mt. Vernon, was between trains Monday en-e- s a ioatt hom. irom Loudon. Mrs. LIVEST LINE ? r. M The price of any Columbia Grafonola iVthe-sam- e for casfror-cred- it -" "-- Tv ;-- Can you think of any investment that will pay you bigger divi dends in pleasure and happiness than a Columbia Grafonola? We have Grafonolas priced from $20. to $2J5V Even the lowest priced Grafonola is artistically designed, handsomely fin ished, 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 xt v w x he thought I wanted "his"fawer,lirfA v xi r ' too. But I didn't. Mrs.CW. T. Amyx and son, was enough to remem birM mi 01ifford, have returned from a by-- " Thompson 'is-- ai treat vjstoever in luck, but the" day the Ameri with her: daughter, Mrs. cans "lost their horseshoe" was: Rice. Mrs.Rossanna Grjaves, the one when they turned the who has' fbeeai confined to her big gas cloud loose, just as the room with flu for the pasttwo months, is slowly improving. wind changed. was the worst thing I Misses Christine Davis and Des- "That T-T"i 4wj3y-'wltt-Ricbiwmd,;.K- TTTvi 1 - t n w jj1! Ben Heuara been very sjck for a ew days bat much tatter IN TOWN. all indications al pre8ent.-Fr- om Gome See 3y we gre going t0 be a bountiful fruit crop as all kinds of fruit treas are covered with very promising. bloomf which Rice visited her Mr c Mrs. B. H. Griffin, near THE CASH STORE Mt Vernon, Saturday and Sun- Aav ..fionvoft RrTrr1cn- - TirVin fiaa a . ,. VWW&. W'.U., .. -. job at Lexington as brakeman, is union of the Mullins and a great r n iiti immofntiraii,aniir. .inhn ' dar ia exnected. Ben Hilard MWMvwiskJ bui vw4 Ball has been very sick for the has been repairing his property ist. fp a i.m i. enmn hoti.r and has treated it to a new coat of oa j .immt w n ni u ncv hwwa i Et.wvi ji rM iiiimih nun run sail lit -- n rrrjiy-r- asdeaUy struck by a lever Sun writerTarevaiaa'ir to eet many of the -- Mullins together as 4ay .which, cut a ver painfal. . ia possible. OarAbject isto.et sjaik'iils ear, ateu-- able . to. , apart some day aad' all moetjata ibeiatjiispos, certain place, and as the Mullins are gifted to music,, both vocal Beff Mullins bought of M. E. and instrumental, all who meet on Burtpnli pair of 8 year old work life in the full mules, including harness for that day sense. It will be a general re- - S450. jg Nifty Neckwear and a V - ,.UWF-- 11 ww ar w -- - r- rrri-ii- rrn: 1 mm m a& a. .r;. i will-enjo- y 1 f - Sutton & McBee Mt. Vernon j Ky. line to Laurel. If this,- - kind of work continues it will be mighty hard to convince the folks in this end of the county of the sincerety of those iuauthority or hereafter depend upon their promises. Dr W. F. Carter and Cashier A. M. Hiatt were in the Estill oil fields one day last week. Buford Meredith, Leonard Shelton and Earl Leece are among those just home from France. Mrs. Fred Durham, of Mt. Vernon, spent from Satur-do- y until Monday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J, App Taylor bought a house and lot from G. W. and B. F. Frederick last week for $5 so 00 V- -; c Jtr .T .; ."-- JmrnrnWA isVVMHiHJBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBBBaaaBBBBBBBBBBBs1 M JT .BlWWWW LmmmmmmmWmLW W -. j3ft I BR OD H EAD The citizens of this place and vicinity, In fact all along Boone Wav north of Mt Vernon, are considerably worked up because there is little visable prospect of better roads, and we feel there is just cause for complaint. When bonds were voted a few years ago nothing had been (heard of the much talked of Dixie High way, but it was the belief of every voter in the county that at least one road would be built thru the county and that road would be the then much talked of Boone Way, and had this road been completed and not a foot of other road built in the county, the money having been expended judiciously, no wprd of complaint would' have come from any section of the county; but later the Dixie Way was born and for some unexplainable reason much interest centered there and so much so that nothing Is being done toward completing the highway thru the county that would indirectly benefit every citizen of the county. Waare aot prejudiced against the Dixie Way and hope it can be com pjeted, but ,we feel that it should .ot be given preference over the highway that divides the county nearly equally. And now that ceavicts have been secured to build roads we feel that some thing should be done along the road that the people Jrst ex pected to be completed, and not all the money, time and 'labor spent from tae 'Madiso comftf daughter, Miss. Kanda, were in Louisville the first of : Mrs. Brohston .Elder, of Stan ford, is spending the weeic with her parent", Mr and Mrs. J. R. Cass. W. H. Auderson bought a fine Belgiatn Stallion from J. W Herndon, of Berea, last week, and a registered Jack from Chas. Owens of Rockcastle. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Anderson and Master Lee Robins, of Garrard, motored over and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .Anderson. the.-weejc$ Ar:i r '". 7. !:.. r.t CATARRH CANNOT BE -- Re . w r r A Uncle Marshall Smith is quite 111 this week and his recovery is considered doubtful. G. H. Abbott, a mighty good citizen from Quail, was in town Saturday. Claude Owens fell from a wagon physicians in th:s country' for Monday and was badly hurt. years. It is composed of some W. A. Tyree has sold his res of the .best tonics known, com taurant to J. B. Frith and Mr. bined with some of the best Frith has taken charge. We blond purifiers. The perfect ingredients, have not learned what Mr. Tyree combination of .the. Medicine is in Hall's :GatArrh' means to do but will no doubt whatr produces suchSwonderful share the developawat of. a gold j results jn catarrhal conditions. mnie as he claims to have 'some-thin- g Send, for testimonials, free. up his sleeve. Mr. aad F. T.CheneF& Co., Props., Tole-'dOhio. " Mrs. O. B. Cass were in LouisAll' Druggists, 7$C; ville shopping Tuesday. 'Mrs. HalPs Family Pills for con Roy L. Sowder returned to her stipation. home in Corbin Wednesday. She is expecting news every day now The woman who buys her goods of the arrival from over seas of at the nearest corner.; store is jsst her husband, who has "been in as well off and juifas happy ia life Fiaace for several .monthsA. .. uiotujaK-.- - - ripinnjey -. - ;. '". M. Hiatt ami L. 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HKejm iJfei'i:-,-?W'- yiv v r I r. 1. Ji 1 GRIFFN Ph-dJffift - '' 51 H CfOMMISSlONER'S D T EL C 0 IS A . - 1 COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT . LI G H T v.. Pr.- - KOOKCASTLE 'CIRCUIT COURT. John Owens a d r SALE. Others, - Plaintiffs, vs : Notice of Comtnisbioner's .;': "Sale. Roy Owens and fc tit ' "rPQ WE REPLANT Others Defendants. By virture of a judgment and order of sale or the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its Febrt ary term 19 19, in the above styled case, I will offer for sale, at the front door of the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auctioYi, on Monday, May 5tfaKl9i9, between the hours of 11 o'clock" a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., on a credit of six months the following described tract of land,, to-w- k v H" - s HH' r K ' it : 'K M 1 an engine, generator and switchboardSbuilfc as SThis anit with, the storage battery ctfiiiprises the cprnpletefequiprioenti. consists-o- f " ''-- It Lc. A unit. The engine runs on either, kerosene, gas or gasoline. '. ' ' Electricity is used fronr.the storage" battery, as required, The engine is run hours- jwhen necessary to recharge the battery. In this way you get twenty-fou- r ' vday etectric service. -'; '' ' g Tlie plant is started "by .pressing a switch. It stops 'automatically wh'e'n;tiKe"t.; ': "' r' iattery is f ullv , , Delco-kigis not only simple tdi6peratbutAis!convemehtdbrallev-effic,.. ..'., ; ;tuu auu tuuuumiwji, .;' -- A tract of land in Rockcastle County, Kentuckj, on Wiggins' preek, waters cf Dick's river and bounded and described as follows: Bounded on the north by the lands of Levy Denney and the heirs of Albert Albright, -- on the east by the lands of the' Sayers heirLOn. thesouth by the lands of SayersJ heirs, and on the west by the lands of Engene Gentry, .John Williams, 'J. D. Hamm, and lieorge Albright, .deceased, and is the same land owned and occupied by Esquire William Owens, deceased, at the; time ot his death and contains acres more or Jess. From this boundary there is excluded about three acres which was sold by said Wm. Owens Roberts, and the same isjbbundedas follows: Beginning. at a stone on the south side of the road; thence S. to a spring Branch; tbence with the branch .to.ltbe.Coutity- - toad; thence with aatdsroad to the beginning. iB SbBB HfeMlHy of Brodheixi; ;qn Grassy Branch at the low price of $ia. to insure a living colt; "Money due when; coll ib folded or niare parted' with. will The HavyDraft Stallion, mai:e: the season of icjicjat my1 barn, i miles north ''C Belgium. King, w lo At BdumKc &r KStflW Jacfc; $&pim fi&M sortie Jccland on BARITONE JR; will the same tdrmsas sen ;at?;tib; Ifnafec 'tfifc, 1 a ' 'iwm-tak- m io prevint accicfent'bjut williipt . - --- ": ht -- . v "- - '',. .. - " AT 10:R. WEBBts drug; . E " LIVINGSTON, KY; -- store - 'f&. Jf1'- 'Tl jporchaserwill be. required tojexelute bond with approved tjft&f. Jfor tbe 'purchase juice, rfglegalliiterestr'froin, dayj bf of sale till paid, and having,tbe judgment. force and elftacfaf-.'a pldelMiatMiaioWflkta maliluvejl I . Griffin, Master Commissioner Kockcastle - S.V of tMrbnasre'" w. A .-:. ' . ;- Bo&ofctbcsehi msdver worthy ;T , . .."' Circait Court.,, - , "" Your? jresFjcnuny, -. v :ge.nts it I . " ior Rockcastle County. 3. -- -- . '.:: "i: v -. -- ""'-' e mt y - r t YS-'VJ'.f :, uw i.,-r.S- '. .." t'ss;"5 m a iC ir GMldren Ory FUTiMErS; Fir . -- .. v m i - - ': a CFFiXaTri y. fc. .t '.. ff W. rr.i . ' : - i rxoia. iit h bb.. iw-i-i ...' .;--- , -- -- nai . aim aaaa -. . i 5- -" .;.. " v," - : "" :.-'?- 'i. .. . T 'B' ' ftSnacv i,ninui,b B -j . ma. I:!' s'.aVJj fltu'il tit BSbb. V n.flSAu.aiaa' uriiTT .. rnru 5:-J;- 'li CU a - a - "" jl ' - ..' aiai T iaB -- T' BBBBBBBaa. .- bbbbbbbbbb l I.?' ' - mm mmmmmm mmw a jw?:- - . j.- - s- - . & m l';"!r-WL'n'"f- .ar-i- o IT . ; - r.f' - -- f - " . . " -- 1-- . r '; ;-" , i-i - 2- - "'--. ' .- - f "v ' : ,, - ' '' - M. VERNON U. S. FIGHTING MEN WANTED A CHURCH REPORT OF Y, M. C. A. IN CEN- SIGNAL; WtfDAV. APHiL 18. lfl!9. ggggSB BBSS , mm A m a m m mmm mm l W TRAL MILITARY DEPARTMENT CONTAINS INTERESTING INFORMATION. Chicago. Uncle Sam's soldiers and sailors go to church. Figures showing attendance at religious services in Y. 1LC.A. huts in military camps of the central department prove it Attendance at the religious meeting and Bible classes held In the huts between May 1, 1917, and December 31, 1918. was more than 5.280.000. A. H. LIchty, executive secretary of the central department of the national war work council of the Y. M. C. A., has issued a report covering statistics of the Y. M. C. A. activities In the 131 huts in Central department camps. Mr. LIchty is in command of nearly workers. Before coming to Chicago for war work he was secretary of the Ohio State Y. M. C. A. During 1.-0- BKi KJ aeT K Kl dWApmlQy Satm Mail i ' 1 Your Check A. H. LICHTY. g (Mi Vak " Mr 1 NU Vw Jfll B H' 1 xk.1 Mail his administration more than 2,500 men and women have been recruited in the 14 Central states for overseas service with the Y. M. C. A. The number of letters written in huts in the 33 military camps totaled 62,798.410. The total attendance was 60.663.806. At Once ww II ml vW m Check I Once The attendance at the 12,496 motion picture shows was 5,979,303, an average of more than 400. The "Y" educational features were popular. In the 20 months 7,570 lectures were heard by 2,202,810 soldier? and sailors. The 68,272 classes of vari ous kinds drew 1,394,418 and the 98. science and art clubs 62,530. For the American Library association'the "Y" passed out 1.423.G6S books. Athletics Popular. The number of participants in athletic contests under the direction of the "Y" was greater than the numbei of spectators. There were 5,398,259 In the contests and 4,437,017 "looking on." Movies were the most popular feature of the "Y" service in the camps. Ws W The 902 workers in the 131 huts Ir the army and navy camps and the 18 S. A. T. C. units passed out to Amer lea's fighting men 510,432 Scripture? There were 282,229 personal interview on the subject of religion; 52,754 d cislons to accept the Christian faitl and 117,770 signed the "war roll' pledging themselves to a Christian life. The 17,361 entertainments not in eluding movies, drew 6,731,646 soldier, and sailors. The fighting men were thrifty. Ii tne period covered by the report th "Y" sent home for the enlisted mer '$3,996,025 in money orders. Clubs for Troops. At the request of the French mini Here's warning! The price of stock in the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Company will advance next Saturday, April 19. This is final notice take heed! Remember (1st), that this commnv owns the leases on four tracts (of 40 acres each) at Mans field, Missouri, right where the mother lode in the great Ozark lead and zinc district is nearest the surface, (2d), that this company has proven its holdings by drilling and is already sinking the first shaft for its first mill, and (3d), that the officers arid directors of the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co. are chiefly the same gentlemen as those of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, which company, already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in January, 3 in February and 3 in March. One thing's sure there is wealth in lead-anzinc. Make the most of this opportunity! d M "V to Open U ter of marines the Y. M. C. A. i planning the establishment of clubs fn American and French troops in Ton and in the suburbs of that city. ir i - it it 6 P Y. M. C. A. NO LONGER TO MAINTAIN ARMY POST EXCHANGES. ft ft 6 it it trktt it' Office Open Evenings Our office, Room 409 Starks building, will be kept open every evening this week until 8 o'clock we'll keep it open Saturday evening until 10. Remember the place -- 409 Starks building! Remember' the price $1.00 now! Remember' &e last day Saturday, April 19! Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co., Incorporated. Checks Mailed Saturday That those living out of Louisville may have the same opportunity as those in the city, we will accept orders, accompanied with checks, providing the postmark shows them to have been mailed Saturday, April 19. Remember the last day this week next Saturday! I : X A., Paris. The American Y. M. C. at Its own request, has been relieved of Its work of maintaining the post exchanges with the American army. Correspondence exchanged between General Per-- . shlng and E. C. Carter, In charge of Y. M. C. A. with the army, shows the reastfn for this arA. now 409 Starks Bldg., Louisville, Ky Inclosed find my check for .in payment for shares of stock in the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co. Signed Address ft :v ji rangement was that the Y. M. C. has "increased responsibilities In promoting educational, athletic and entertainment activities In the American expeditionary forces," thus placing a rapidly Increasing burden on its personnel. General Pershing In a letter to Mr. Carter approving the change, expressed his thanks "for the very valuable services and assistance which the Y. M. C. A. has rendered to the American expeditionary force In handling these exchanges. General Pershing added: "Handicapped by the shortage I ef tonnage and land transporta- - 7 tlon, the Y. M. C. A. has by extNi exertion served the army better than ceuld have been expected. and you may be assured that Its aid has been a large factor In 7 the final great accomplishments & ef the American army. I St 3Pilb MaiBeHUM 3jfnc INCORPORATED. -- itA v. m R t t, 409 Starks BUg. T. M. CRUTCHER, Preiidtnt. WwtWille ?&mtwfol CrtyaiiaMam2Iftr. K . T HMMttMiii III i. V4 T. T..BEELER, Vice President Directors: T. M. Crutcher, J. C. Mahon, Nat W. E. NEWBOLD, Treajurer. ? NAT C. CURETON, Secretary. Sfj-"$ffC Cwretos, W. E. NewbeU mmd T. T. Beeler. e r J Mrs. Harrison Pitman here. Sunday School opened at this Miss Sula Wallin spent Sun- place the first Sunday in April ' day afternoon with Miss Shirley with Alfred Barnes as SuperinMason. -- Rev. lames Barnes will tendent and Mrs. Eliza Gentry . preach at Mt. Pisgah next Secretary. Rev. James Barnes Re. Noe preached at this will preach at No. 2 tunnel near place last Saturday and Sunday Jesse Levisay's the third Sunday and will preach the second Satur- in May at o'clock. Mrs. Rile day and Sunday in each month. Mr. and Mrs. Hansel, of Pine Rash spent Saturday with Mrs. Hill, spent Sunday with Mr. and I Robert Harmon. HOP E WELL Sun-day- PROPERLY FJTTED GLASSES AT THE "RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance. If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see DR. MOORE, Cox Bulldine, The Officii Mt. Vernon, Ky. WITHERS Mrs. Jones Durham, and child- it ren, of Dango, visited her daughter, Mrs. Virgil Mullins, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ben Mullins and chilnren, are better after being1 confined for several dajs with fin. Mrs. Mattie Mullins was a guest of Mrs. J. H Several cf Roberts Sunday. young folks of this place. the ." m 'Ml ,A.k are sick with flu. There were services at Cave Ridge Saturday and Sunday conducted by .Rev. Parker. Frank and "Andrew Roberts, of Cooksburg, "were visitors of Luther and Russell Mul lins Sunday. Mr. Wm. Robinson is reported to be better. I Uip. Sarah A. Mullins, and little son, Dean, were guests of Mrs. Visited Miss1 Bitha Daughertv st Mullins Sunday. Misses Ben ' Cooksbiirg Sunday evening. Minnnie and Ola Durham, of Most of J. H. Roberts' family Cruise, were guests of their aunt, CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. Tne great benefit derived from the use of Chamberlain's Coush Miss Bitha Daugherty Sunday I Remedy has been gratefully acand attended church at Cave knowledged by many. Mrs. P m- .Ridge. Mrs. Louisa Allen and P. Blakeney, Decatur, T'l , ia'mily were guest of her daughwrites, "Chamberlain's Co gh ter, Mrs. Tho?. Durham, Sunday. Remedy is by far the best medicine for cold sand coughs we hive ever used in our family. I gave r'UR FLETCHER'S it to my children when small for croup aqd have taken it myself,' Children Cry CASTORIX. irl-- ,.-- - .m. - ltm--A & "V. ffuai i ritmHSmlmltfk itmtU 1 mimSSS&'S tefrVlSK&M BtdAK-- JftlBAVt AMtft i 18,-181.- 9 V ernon Mf .7,4.Art b.nn l Friday, Apr iS, tyto tMat spirit which has' chanlctoJ nesa of fchi Am::ri. pa imi the o ple during the recent ueo onniit-- d p c.i irt riiniiM ITini 'jrutefly Vest !m iiiii3 ofitivciicvi.:l I porty Ware grcUiiy .utidervai- - ha befell db t r in h iTf rTfcn ii nT 'i Mi, ... - .i l.i . , Mw.jwu.ui . t mb - m' HfcMi W. tf3 world struggle. Publiskcd every Friday oy EDGAR S. ALBRIG1. 7. SUBSCRIPTION 4 ONK YEAR 1'RailroadS of the counT.v slioulJ be returned to private management under a guarantee &I.0 by the Government of a moderiitc tixed return on capital, declared J Walker D. Ivertisinc rates maue known on Railroad Director Hiues in an address before application . . National Lumber Manuf.ictur-r'- s Associaien, in session in Cliic.t . member of caue. va ues SSOCIATrON A 44 per cent limit on the KENTUCKY PRESS ad-- 1 Foreseeing this result the Vii.fi rtr AM'PPH' rrmr.n i.t posed guarantee wss Migges vocates of tax reform S2curedl take orders amm. friends unci by him. He denied that i the exemption of intangible per- neisrhors for thi genuine guar- hi transportation systems sonal property from local county anteed hosiery, full line for men. made a poorer showing uniler and -- hildren. Eliminates and municipal taxation in order Government control than unticr an. hour darning. We pay 5 to encourage industrial develop private management " c uiiiil; ui v vvcciv I'M iui ment and offset the coming in- opa.1 time, experience unnecessary. crease in the assessment of other vVrite, Lnternitional Stocking We are authorized to announce T. S&ORT property and at the samr time Mill, .Norrintown, Pa. as a candidate for State Senator in the secured a reduction in the state. 'J! 17th Senatorial District, subject to the To the EMor of the Herald: rA ,43n to fortv V tax rate ftom fifty-fiv- e A action of the Republican party at its action of the State T.ix The "3R &G&ffi ce::ts. primary election on August 2, 1919. Comm'ssion at Frankfort in 2& ft ts. h :2a ww s f.': Wsufc I is unfair to compare p'resent coanty tax commission ANNOUNCEMENTS bills with tax bills under the cms in various counties to raise tax We are authorized to announce asr- - monts is causing a great old law. The comparison should HON. E. BULLOCK be based on what the former tox as a cadidate for Representative from deal if complaint and nearly bills would have been had propnew tax laws the Seventieth Legislative district, com- every where the according to posed of Rockcastle and Laurel coun- are blamed for the present condi- erty been assessed the law, which has not been ties, subject to the action of the Repub- tion . lican party at its. primary election on changed in this respect, and what r the old laws the state AugUbt2, 1919. exercised th tax bills would be unckr boaru of equalization the right to raise assessments the increased assessments if the railroads are re- horizontally Whether the in counties, while new laws exempted intangible property from local turned to private ownership or under the new laws the authority personal is one thing absolutely Is not, there limited to requiring any in county and municipal taxation certain, there must be an increase crease to specihy property in had not been enacted. in freight and passenger rates. possession of taxpayers, Without the beneficent effect and I 'W ' There is no need for any one to then only when such property of the new tax laws the 'enforce r " u. 'I dispute the fact that, under the has not been listed at its ''fairj ment of the old laws wo.uld have I present conditions, high priced cash value," in accordance with been disastrous in the extreme material and labor, the railroads the constitutional law. and to attribute the action of can not meet the expense at the Under the old laws all kinds of the taxing authorities in present rates. These facts are was subject to uniform endeavor to equalize assessments ' shown from the records and not taxation for state, county and all over the state to any provifrom hearsay from the unin- municipal purposes. Under the sion in the new laws is a misformed. Every business enter- new laws bonds, stocks, mort- take. prise is dependant upon the rail- gages, notes, accounts, money Wheie taxpayer succeeded for roads to a more less degree and and credits, agricultural imple- many years in evading responsiIN when the operative powers of th ments, manufacturing machinery, bility by undervaluation and railroads are crippled, all other raw materials and products in omissions it is doubtless somebusiness industries must bear process are taxable for state what disagreeable to be reminded their proportional part of the purposes only. AND that the conditions could not last burden. Whether the railroads the attempted Under the old laws money on forever and that shall be returned to private own- deposit in Kentucky banks and enforcement of the law, which ership or not, the public may ex- trust companies was subject lo existed, but was not observed, AT pect an increase in rates to meet state, county and municipal taxes should be coincident with the the increased expence ot opera- the rates approximately 3 per introduction of a new system of (JTB'..-lJtions. When it comes the ex- cent, while under the new law taxation very naturally points to Kga?-i;r.wiiwill do his tremist and pessimist h the new sj'Stem as the cause, "deposits in SI the tax on such kicking, but the conserative and of r per cent for state pur but tin's is not true as the raisTHE OASLi STORE informed public, will accept it in ing of assessments is merely the poses only. T entirely, thereby placing '"e burden ou property 'vhat cot. not be hidden until it transpi' that less than one- turd in value of the taxable property in the state contubuted tion and other causes dovbtle.-- s of gov- - induced the application of the .untliing to the exp.-uswas inevitable "long dormant laws at this partic-tha- t ernuieat and it fronner or l.ter the law ular period but instead of ait rib- be .enforced- and asev?- - uting the cause to the new tax WOU.vl . . . . ments raised in proportion to; laws the latter is the only saving' i -- most profound of the One fc; a quar- - changes that has come about in ter of a cenuiry, but wbicii the American lKe through the action new law renders less onerous, of the recent Congress co. s'? b in Increasing government ex the mode taxation thft ins penss and depletion in the rev been adopted, and thnt will enue irom the effects of ?proliibi- - be given up, althotign it tiny be r'j? bid 'law vhich a'Md Children S2S&3: Cy foa Fletcher's t.-- f 't . somewhat moditied. Since the e Government required unproced- cnted sums of money it did not hesitate to lake v. hat. was most the in its. hand upon 'd stty. and i aid a largf perc"iiisigi of the incomes of wealthy citizens. WhiU thus taxing the profi s of capital and n the current income of the leged and the wealthy, it did wai-tim- 1 8Fa 1 iTi! Just-as-gocd if 1 A it .1 aMti.ioie.earningsappropriated excess of e I A privi-wome- ! The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been. in use for over thirty years, has borne the signs "ure of and has Deen made under his personal supervision since its infancy. C&z&ffMtcfc Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has "been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. j TAX LAW. everything posib!e to stimulate g tue prosp rity of the clashes 'I hrough its power wage-earnin- What is CASTOR I A a " 1 S-- I -- IJ-'e- of control over industry in wartime the Government fixed new tandards of hih aes, and ac cepted in full the views and doctrines of the social re- formers regarding the conditions' under which men and women, should live and work. Thus it will be seen that the Sixty-fift- h Congress brought about a mark ed shifting in the proportions of wealth distributions The new staucards, both tor taxation and for minimum wage payments, nit-abu- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS g&&&&5mtfJ 4'&&?&sf4ftt must to a great extent, have become crystalized in. social uabit Thus economic changes are impending that ought to be guided and controlled by the most thoughtful and intelligent Lot everyone keep hustling to iiiipip the appearance of their streets and lots Keep all kinds cf ubbish off the streets and sidewalk-.- , and see that your fences, etc , are neatly imscs, p.iiuted. There is nothing that helps the looks of town and in ducr-newcomers to settle in it more than neatly painter! houses a sd fences, neat and tidv streets ami sidewalks and fruit aud 1 The &ind You Have Always Bought IC CENTAUR COMRANV. NCVy YORK CITV. Ii Use For Over 30 Years then-propert- y w NEW T T TR nly Tfi SPRINGERS SWANN HATS EAGLE CAPS 1 Truss that Holds and Don't Hurt S s DOES AWAY WITH HARD RALL, USING SOFT FELT PaD INSTEAD A truss inventetl anil patented by II. N, Witt, and manufactured by II, N, Witt Truss Company, Inc., at Morristown, Tenn. shade trees on your lots. ns see what ou will do for the Let benttit of out progressive little citv. For Men, Women and Children I &&&& T&C&X&XTfc b. W. BETHURUA D Don't Fail To Call and Examine It NOW ON SALE AT & one-tent- ATTORNEY AT LAW M'J' VERNON, RY. rj A Will in all the courts. umes on uuurcn sireei e ft : I eraaavrtrvixkr yn WEBB'S DRUG STORE LIVINGSTON. KY, V " Braar-wrereKrra- Tznrxrsr'mBVttsar! Everybo And when you come, W j tl i I i II I 1 $?L Til FW MO don't SSm forget to come TJyyfrl3Hyj?JfcfflB In a.nd see me about your have thebiggest and best bags of Flour in the county for the money, My price is unchanged, and you can buy your Flour at the old price. Every bag guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money refunded. Am still selling those big 25 lb. bags JVHAL at the same old price. Have a complete line of F B S D S now on tne f loor' Buy your 5 Just received a Car of A No. Twin NOW." and save money. TIMOTHY HAY FROM OHIO buy Feed for your stock and family If you need Cement or Plaster, have a, stock g, I 1 indr ,4-yo- u &4T "?. x'Kft: - - VV T '.M j- at Mt. Vernon. .. get my prices, ?- -; p. -- o r fj . J; W.RI DER - ":. Mt. Vernon w. Livingston Phone 33 Phone 35 s , ? ? w. v--' -- 'n f rrMf nw. r niMnfiirniTi rnfnnemniwrtwrwfWBMtt Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, Apr. 18, 1919 BANK STATEMENT BANK STATEMENT. of the First State Bank, doing Report of the condition of the Cit Report Mr. ami Mrs. Wade Levisav are business at the town of Livingston, izens Bank, doing business at the town rejoicing over the arrival of a county of Rockcastle, state of Ken-- ! of Brodhead, County of Rockcastle, tucky, at the close of business on 10th j btate orRentucky, at the close of bus fine girl baby at their home. LOCAL Does your suit needing clean-o- r unfsoo.........a?.o. a 79 up Mo. 7" wuen waot toCotnmuni-ca- e witH SIGNAL 79 day of April. 1919: ' i hiess on the 10th day of April RESOURCES. . 1911). 5? JUNh LCUISV'LLC &. N ASHVlCLC R Fl. Co. I pressing ? J t can be done at Cooper's Shop next door to Fish's store. For Sale: White Wyandotte eggs, setting 15 for $1.00. Mrs Gus Staverson, Mt. Vernon, Ky. iiesourcrs Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and secured Stocks. Bonds and other Due from Banks Cash on hand un- Se- - $30,133 38 Loans , 44 19 curities curities 11,25000 19.22542 Due from banks 3.S12 15 Cash on hands . secured i Stocks, bonds and other and discounts Overdrafts secured and 5 71,950.53 C20.SG unse- 37,423.41 Clicks and other cash items fixtures 52 79 2.629 Banking house, furniture and TIME TABLE. 22 iiortn. 24 Apr. 4.57 p 18- -4 t. norttt 23 south 21 South . ." 12:45 a m MrK al.k: nest js.ouiiii tiuui. 0:35 a in,.n ganon an(j 30 gallon barrels. ' 12:35 P ni wm seU any Qr aIi at reduced . Tas. Lakdrum, Agent, Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PosteEce mail matter. as stcond-clas- s -- Ll ivw j t Rjchards. Kamev Richards and ' J Fish & Son. Prof. T J. Ball, Cannier . W. under any of above heads 69(5 49 . $ 07,147 30 Expenses paid. Total ...-LIABILITIES $ 134,292.61 Total Capital stock paid in, in casn $ 15,000 00 LIABILITIES Undivided Profits, less Capital stock pd in, in cash $ 15,000 00 762.37 Surplus fund expenses and taxes paid. . 3,000.00 Deposits subject Undivided profits, less ex$48,997.64 to check 2 824 . S3 pense and tax paid Time deposits . . 2,329.10 j Deposits subject $51,326,74 to check .... $84,751.28 f Other liabilities not included Demand Certifi- 58 25 under any of above heads. . elites of dep'a. $28,716.45 $113,467.73 ") 1 ""S """ mrunuie .um .......... vIA assets muded 43 - , 17,11)2 1'9 5.GU2.98 1,100.00 'the state were given a quota of CASH GROCERY STORE s?20,coo to raise asof their hare of the general fund $1,770,000 to raiSedTho students not 3 lb. can Tomatoes 18c ihe only ' ; bdi ifiniitri'i When the United War Work How About It, was put on in Campaign I! HUB IWUJIJU qj tucky last fall, the students of Young Man ? KenJJ - msaissEsinSFiseswi'wnrmdStM flrv KENTUCKY STUDENTS PAY WtiLL. Langdou School on. Honor Roll. , APRIL the 20th ..EASTER Corn 15c Potatoes $1.60 per bu. Lard 25c per lb. Beans 8s c per lb. Meal 85c per sack Special Price on Enamel ware raised their quola of 20.000 they went far beyond and but when the returns were in it was found that they had pledged a total of S3 1. 350. According to a recent report issued by H. S. Tucker, auditor of the War Work fund. 58.2 per csnt of the amount subscribed has been pa.d in cash. Forty-fou- r colleges took part in the campaign. These were located in 28 different counties. Of the forty-fou- r colleges, 13 have iiuid their subscriptions in full. Those on the honor roll are: Mil-lersburg J County of Rockcastle. Set. trip. County of Rockcastle j Set. We, R. H. Hamm and Albert 'Hiatt, John Menifee ariived last night The Whippet tank scheduled We, L. H. Davis ond A. B, Humble, President and Cashier of the above President and Cashier of the above from oversea duty. will April PERSONAL Richard Cox motored to Lexing- ton Tuesday and report a big Total ...$67,147.36 Total State of Kentucky, 8134,292.61 State of Kentucky, Pay Cash and Sav the Difference ! different things altogether. Don't get confused about them. The BANK STATEMENT. trophy train will be here Monday Report of the condition of The Bank The tank April Editor of the Kentucky Oil 29. week, while installing a larger of Mt. Vernon, doing business at the of Rocktown of Mt Vernon, County Journal, of Loui&vilie has made - "r. engine at their Mt. Vernon castle, State of Kentucky, at the close fV t mJ scorss of his readers from $100 quarry. The Mt. Vernon quarry of business on the 10th day of April 1919 tips" on oil to Soo on "in-idRESOURCES has a full years run without any li. and mining stocks tells what $109,235.76 Loans and discounts urther orders. Overdrafts secured and unis good buys and what is bad -1,240,15 secured The Rockcastle Stock Pens open Stocks, Bonds and other sefree to his subscribers only. 3,150.00 next Monday and if you have anycurities Sample free. Map o." Kentucky 18,284.89 thing living for sale bring it in Due from banks oil fields i6J4 x '2s inches with 7,308.76 Cash on hand and get the monev. While you Banking house, furniture and drawing and a beauty tree to 1,670,25 agents who will take subsnrip-tion- s are here make yourself at home fixtures 600.00 real estate Sunday. for me ajnong their fii nds at Fish's, use our telephone and Other assets not included un- Other Tne Journal is 19 pages, i.lus der-anW. J. Sparks returned if the weather is cold warm by of above heads, Mrs. trated now S2 per year so in Mrs. F. M. Jones, of 729.84 Expense any lax paid . . . last week from a short visit to our fire. 3. An-12 Inter bouthern Bldg. Palmer, Okla., writes: her sister, Mrs. B. J. Bethurum $142,219.65 Total Louisville, Ky. The friends of this paper will 3 "From the time I enat Somerset. LIABILITIES. tered into womanhood please hand us in news items I looked with dread Miss Susie Thompson has been when they are fresh. We pre- Capital stock pd. in, in cash $15,000.00 7,0110,00 Surplus fund from one month to the in Louisville for the past week fer not to publish a birth after Uudivided profits 2,908.06 nexl. I suffered with my -r- -. 117,311.59 buying more millenery for Sut- the child is weaned, a marriage Deposits subject to check Dentist back and bearing-dow- n .A&P sz. ton & McBee. pain, until life to me was $142,219.65 Total after the honeymoon is over or Office Over ,25-- a misery. 1 would think U. G. Uncle Tom Taylor, of the Glade the death of a man after his State of Kentucky, Baker's stors I could not endure the'' J Set. County of Rockcastle, section, was here with his mother, widow is married again. pain any lorger, and I We T. J. Niceley and W. L. Richards Aunt Margaret Taylor, a tew MT. VERN'O N, TCENTUC KY gradually get worse. . . FOR SALE. President and Cashier of the above r3?rmyjM-;i,....3yrdays this week. Nothing seemed to help named bank, do solemnly swear that Poultry farm, 12 acres with the above statement is true to the best . . me until, one day, Mrs. Ina Miller arrived yester- good buildings. 2 "" miles from of our knowledge and belief. I decided to day from her home near Ver- Mt. Vernon; T. J. Niceley, President, miles from Brod FOR FLETCHER'S 3 W. L. Richards, Cashier. sailles and will be with relatives head on pike. TAKE Subscribed and sworn lo before me here for a few days. this 17th day of April 1919. J. L. Niceley My Commission expires Jan. 14, 1622. Mrs. Fanny Adams has re405 3. Alabama St. W. H. Fish, Notary Public. weeks turned from a several Indianapolis, Ind. TO stay with Dr. and Mrs. John ii in I BANK STATEMENT. Judge Mullins of this county, M. Williams at Paris. and Judge Tarter of Pulaski have Report of the condition oi the Peor ATeaspoonfulof PERUNA Mrs. Sarah Maret, mother of made application for State and ples Bank doing business at the town of Mt. Vernon, County of Rockcastle, 5 Three Times a Day h Mrs. .Tones Fish, is reported Federal aid on the inter-count- y State of Kentucky, at the close of bus" fc..u.n-- B iness or. the 10th day of April 1919. very sick at her home near seat highway leading from here The Woman's Tonic : RESOURCES N Wildie of pneumonia. to Somerset and on to James Loans and discounts At? i-- " X $ 131,107.13 tnok four bottles ." "I M F. L. Durham spent the first town Russell county. Congress Overdrafts secured and unAirs. Jones goes on to secured 1,913.90 say, "ana was not only of the week in Louisville on busi- man Robsion is asking for Fed Stocks, Bonds and other segreatly relieved, but can aid on this road. curities 11,530.00 ness. Mrs. Durham visited her eral truthfully say that I have 17,988,71 Due from hanks parents at Brodhead during his By special ariangements the Cash on hand Has Never Been Down 7,139.10 not a pain. . . Checks and other cash items 969,76 j absence. Sick Since Taking " It has now been two' State Young Men Association Banking house, furniture and years since I tookCardui, 5,000,00 J. H Mullins, who has lived at gives a memberslrp ticket to fixtures 8 PN'fi and I am still in good 438,42 I J& all discharged soldiers and sail Other lval estate included un&.& Avoca for the past year, recently Other assets not health. . . I would adRend this lettc-- from Mr. Robt der any of the above heads moved his family to Lovisville. ors. These ticnets are good for vise any woman or girl MinnicU, Grass Range, Montana. Expense and tax paid 1,445.28 to use Cardui who is a Mr Mnllius was here a few days two months in any association "In 1000 I was out in Kansas I sufferer from any female eiiKlue an1'. in the state. Mr. C. U. Davis Total runnlus a ttroMap:hart to sleep 3 $177,532.30 last wpelc on business I tho ihreshins crew trouble." a out or doors, LIABILITIES will be glad to give one of these uno or tne crew Roscoe Norton is home again S lironclit a Fcrnna Almunnc to If you suffer pain caused membership tickets to any soldier Capital stock pd in, in cash $20,000.00 j the engine one day ind I wi.. Surplus fund 6,000.00 from womanly trouble, or Fg a years service in France 5 feelinp very III after from sleepiiK (j or sailor wishing same. Undivided profits . .'. I decided to 3,813.71 oi.. and sent for aislve I'itr-j- a if you fetl the need of a p His Regiment wss one of the bottle of trial Deposits subject good strengthening tonic Rj runa and a box of Peruita. Tub-to check .... $147,71S.59 J 147,718.59 bunch that broke through;, the We call attention to the reports lets, which straightened me out to build up yourrun-aow- n in a hurry. He was dis of our four splendid banks shown Hindtnburg line advice system, take the "I have never been down sick i Total $177,532.30 .since that time. I do not take 1 in this issue. The combined re- State of Kentucky, charged at Fort Ogelthorpe. of Mrs. Jones. Try Carairr oilier meiUclnes except 'e runa. I always keep it on hand, Rockcastle County. Set. dui. It helped her. We sources of the four banks is Hugh Miller, a son of T. S. ir l tret my ieet wei, set a com, We, U.G. Baker and Floyd Miller, believe it will help you. feel chilly, or a little bad, I Miller of Califsrnia and a nephew $52l,iai,8r, or more than a half President and Cashier of the above take I'cruaa. People should not wait until they are down milliou dollars. It has only named bank, do solemnly swear that ttM of M. J. Miller, has been here sick and then take it, but should AH Druggists 1 above statement is true to the best of our keep it on hand like l do ana during the past week visiting bten a few years siuce Rockcai-tl- e knowledge and belief. when they feel bad, they should Ki 11 i.ea ftj eg use It." nn did not have a bank and when Kentucky relatives. He has had U. G. Baker, President, Recommended for Catarrhal FloydVMiller, Cashier. twenty one months in the ser the tirst one was started, there inflammation of every description. were those who opposed it, for Subscribed and sworn to before me. vice. the reason that it would not pay, this 17th day of April 1919. That splendid contractor and cculd not succeed, in fact could My Commission expires Jan. 14, 1922. X&STXSSGZ . W. H. Fish, Notary public. builder, Neal Parrett, who has not live. The same thins aD- the contract of building Geo S. plies to day with reference to For Sale: One ceam, wagon new bome near Renfro toGriffin's other enterprises Mt Vernon and and harness. Will sell al Creek, is progressing nicely with Rockcastle gether, separate or any way purcould have, if her the work. He will soon be ready people would wake up. What chaser desires to buy. Phone for the roof and when the buildabout a canning factory, broom No. S. and look more neatly dressed in our ing is completed, it will be one R. L. Langford. factory, cheap chair factory, ice EEADY MADE GARMENTS of the very best farm houses in plant, bottling works, overall Apr. n-- 3t. the county. Compare these prices with the cost of material and factory, spoke factory for workNOTICE. expense of- making: Lincoln Farrett was here last ing up the very kinds of timber, There has been, considerable week to see his .brother, Neal of which we have an abundance. talk done about our home-comin- g Silk Skirt fashionable lines Parrett and other Rockcastle We have just the right kind of at Level Green, Ky., some time in and well made relatives". He is j ust back from cedar to supply the world for June. I would like to suggest France and is now stationed at fif iy years with cheap lead pen- that we have a committee meetSkirts in Pique N Camp Eustus, Va. He was in cils. Our fire clay, the best in ing in Mt. Vernon, Saturday, two of the heaviest drives made world and inexhaustable, should Apr. 19 and Gaberdine v and suggest further by the American boys; went be used and sooner or later some that we may have present at this Embroidered Voil over the top twice and relates outside man will reap the har- meeting representatives from vest from it. We have as good Level Green, Livingston, Wildie Silk many interesting experiences. clay as can be found for making Brodhead and many other parts C H. Bradbury is the new enGeorgette gineer for Rockcastle. He is the common brick. These are and at this meeting draft such a s of- the many Bungalow things program as will make the day surveying link between corpor- only a few ate limits of Mt. Vernen and the Rockcastle has to offer. We one that will be long remembered; 1 House Dresses r soon as that are. classed and properly so, as a Any one interested please call me Bill Patten place. As "' BoysfWashSuits;$iV$'i.25-&T5pauper county, but it Is not the over phone is completed, he will begin sur05 write me and let's county but the people who have make this a great day. vey on Somerset road bv way of Inviting Tour Inspection, ' " lived in it. The tail end of C. Davis. C. Mrs. Bradbury is Hansford. pair of breeches Bradbury and for the too many with Mr. Elder J. W. Riddle will preach have worn out, when other parts KENTUCKY present are stopping at the Rock- Providence' Sunday at eleven of the same garment looked at cestle hotel. o'clock a. m. and new. e L. Thompson Jr has been in Louisville since Friday. Tudge L. W. Bethurum is in Lexington today on legal busi ness. Mrs. Henry Tread way, who has been very sick for several weeks is better. Aunt Magarete Taylor, has been very sick for the past week, but is some better. Harrison Mink, of the Wildie section arrived home from oversea duty this week. Mrs. S W. Davis, of Mystic, spent a portion of last week with her sis'er, Mrs J. W. Rider Mrs E S. Albright and daugh ters, Dorothy and Lucille, are with relatives at London over F- - to be in Mt Vernon 26. aot re1ch here until April 29. Look for circnlar announcing day of arrival. Don't fail to bo here early next Monday morning to see the Trophv Train and drop in at Fish's and see whats new in the wearing line for prings. The W. J. Sparks Co., have been closed down for the past named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. L. H? Davis, President, A, B. Humble, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 16th day of April, 1919 Mj Commission expires April 10th 1922". named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. R. H. Hamm, President, A. M. Hiatt, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of April 1919. My Commission expires Dec. 18, 1920, Miranda Tate, Notary Public. GET THEM AT P Of urn mo fid's LIVINGS TOPI Military, Millersburg Female, Baptists Women's Mission, Kentucky Military, Villa Madonna Academy, Union, Lo-i-etto, G. V, Murphy. Notary Public, Rockcastle County. ) Thos. C. Welch, f Directors. R. G. Webb, The tank and trophy train are I j Ami at. Mary's. Nazareth Lit-- 1 rary Institution. Langdon School, Mt. Vernon, St. Vincent's Cumberland and Kentucky Female. Four schools, Lindsey- - Wilson, Life ULT11 ) Was a Presbyterian Theological Seminary, St. Josepn's and Margaret, have paid go per cent or more. , It is significant that 28 schools A SUIT THAT WILL FIT YOU COME IN. or G3 6 per cent have paid 50 per cent or more of their total sub Correct Apparel for Men scriptions anil Yotino; Men. Absolute- Armenian, Syrian and 1' One Price Spot Cash to Misery ... Jewish Relief Fund The committee closed the campaign last Saturday with S50o,Gg contributed. Since then the Brodhean Baptist cSunday School sent in $11. 18 making total $5H 97- Everybody. That's Fair. y THE CASH STORE. R&ai DR. WALTER 1- -- T kJ 1 Q A G 4 Children Cry O AST O RI A KEEP WELL SEWING ER MACHINE at re- - OLE LOCAL AGENT A number O TON hrk r II I S85 to $40. cash SJSL UP of New Machines Secondhand Machines at a greatly duced price. RUNA h l3-- Needles, Oils, Cans. Bauds. Shuttles and a general supply of parts carried on hand 1 B K I USE E j te Fawn FLOUR Made from stlecfed Red Winter ; Wheat For Sale by all Merchants. 2-- THOUGHTFUL BUYING SUG GESTS THAT YOU CAN SAVE MONEY, TIME AND LABOR - A trial will convince you. Satisfac- -- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Wash 26-19- $450 , 275 .50 3.00 Cab Orchard Miling Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY- -' r " Waists - Waists Waists Aprons 400 Dry Cleaning and Dyeing CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC Send Via Parcel Post L25 .25 SWISS CLEANERS AND rDYERS LOUISVILLE, KY. 617 FOURTH AVE. Known all over America JOHN ROBINS'! Brodhead enmaven orf LTsSSISftS JLLGLm&- cnnrarir xsr FOB- Viresh e.3JTJOLRJA FLETCHER'S BRtj'scGfg&W wmmmm rmwvmmn msmm h wi Jr' f at 1,..Vf - - -. 1 ,. , iw.rfi-'.- n. " . i - - . ui "'T' fC r- " - " r Cur M t TR P Hi nHB Y H s BK H l l H B HHH HIL H ! 1 llid I b 3 if m iUVHHilli -- WILL BE HERE BmB BBb Bb BB BvBB BmBF BBB B bThw BVBbBVBV Bb BV hI BmBb Ba iftr display German War Material captured by our American Doughboys- such as Machine Guns, Airplanes, Helmets, Rifles and other things too numerous to mention: This will be absolutely - A. This will be an opportunity for you to see on MT. VERNON FROM 6 A.M. TO 10 M. FREE. ' T and remain on the siding in i .u Please note the early hour that the train will be here Start early so as to be sure to get to see this wonderful display. There will be speeches made by soldiers, wounded on the battle field and wearing medals of all allied nations for bravery shown in action This train will .also be i at ' k kivngston,1M5A.M.,to 1 ;30 p,m. s.:bdt:0'&fts -- . j djj'i it 'i ,'Qibz - . t ;r , vsir'cM", ; T l , - 3B I. ' v - ,,.. j .-i.- .. if xiJ&r. BHif f5r . . .i .... - ' fffatrtl lu6 nsJiv-fi- l H ? - ' ti.. - t 'it :i v. ' ' 'i ? . u MT. VflRNOK SIGNAL, . ffltiDA; Afifttt 16. &1$. tmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmwimwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamaamAi MM Agri-cultur- omiijji0mmiammmumme5!mmimsammmmmmwmmwWfmwSm pay the Commissioner of $12,000 annually e With Lt coin as a basis the .County Clrrks of the State would receive above their salaries $62,8o The Connty 'Assessors of' the sthte over and tbove their sala-- . would receive $25,200, making a total received by 'state and Cfunty officials over and above rs " mWWwmWWmBBm &. A. their salaries mWmlm fm w .BwBBBBKfrJcA .xXo'.&y.9BBBmJKtGw BB31KsH!yflw8CiKBBBwSK'( sbB-jBH- $100,080. This hBB? x liiiiiiilil! j H ill t tSSSIKS illlllilllSl! I Toppy red bags, tidy red tint, hand torn pound and half' f pound tin humidortand that claziy. practical pound cryttat slat humidor with apons moittener top that Accpa the tobacco in even ptrftct condition. II I IH .ill il I I lllllll UllllUiEL IHBwilIlllliiMHliBfcL 'I iBuHml InHMI UiiHllGailHrr by copTrizht w R.J. Reynold Tobacco Cj. ta$S iiillillill SSsiililiSliH PUT it iHIHHHHlBBiik flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke than you ever before collected J P. A.'s built to fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands It has the jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran 1 against! Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want to find out the thing you do next. Arid, put it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to beat the cards Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke! double-quicke- st 1 sum if u.ed to- - reimburse the fai mers who had sheep killed by d es, would navfor 4.006 sheen valued at $25 00 each. Now we leave the reader to judge whether or not this law was enacted to e ourage the raising of sheep o for the benefit of the Commissioner, Clerks and Assessors With his salary hus increased one can readily see why the of Agriculture was so intensely interested fn the "passage of this bill and also the earnestness wiih which he"ln: presses the County officials of their duty to enforce this law. As Lincoln and Garrard Counties have already settled with the Commissioner", the Commissioner of Agriculture, the Coun ty Clerks and Assessors, we pre sunre the other Counties of the State have done the same and yet a Garrard County farmer a few. weeks ago paesented his claim1 for sheep killed by dogs, these sheep being valued a fraction over' $20.00.. per head, and altho he had paid $20.00 each for them three months before, he was told that $10 00 was the limit on grade sheep and he would have to wait 12 months tor his money, and receive bis prorata of the leaving of the Com-m'ssioner MyMM BW'" 1s yT i &. t BrfflSMC zKuk ?HHBBBBBB iiffiiFjM..ijBBKn'.!tBBBt ff"jY, m mwVmmWBmvr 4ffkBBBBBBBBBBBBPE jHBSSBBBflEBBBMMBBB MrBEbBBVbBBBBHBBP WlmmmB& mmmWmWmWLmmW .1 kWW I B H S C IT WILL PAY YOU TO FIGURE WITH ME ON THAT HOUSE BILL. LUMBER Sash, Doors Moulding, ENABLES ME TO GIVE YOU My Large Stock: of Roofing,ETC, M QUALITY-SERVI- CE PRICE n ... S.T. PROCTOR R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Stop 'HEfirstmove in a winning battle of life Is made when sav- and Fliink ing begins. It will educate you financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and h X - ft C K - '.... "- f it -- the law, have been pictured in which developed into diptheria,"-whethe truth was that the blood red letters, and no doubt has served its purpose, as practi- cold had simply left the little cally every dog seen, has a new one particularly susceptible to shining tag, dangling from his the wandering diptheria germ. cellar. I doubt if there is a man If your child has. a cold when in the state who is nots willing diptheria is prevalent you should j to pay tax on his dog, a reasona take him out of school and keep ble tax, and I dare say there are him off the street until fully rejust as many, who believe his covered, as there is a hundred dog should.be protected after his times more danger of his taking license is paid. Further more, diptheria when he has a cold. Chamberlajns,, k Cough. there is not a man in Kentucky, When Remedy-i- s given it quickly cures but that believes the state should pay for all sheep killed by dogs, the cold ard lessens' the danger i & and pay the assessed value, and of diphtheria or any other germ pay it when the claim is proven disease being contracted. and presented. We WORK AND FUN FOR KE.N- -' They believe furthermofe.that , TUCKY BOYS. the en tire dog tax should be apstraw- j plied to this fund, and the state, Kentucky's make up the deficit. But what berry crop will be a bigone this is the use of having an exhorb year, according Ur reports from ae a itant tax on the dog and then Bowling Green. Ten thousand Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, - pay 4o per cent or nearly half of pickers are to be in the fields of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. it, to have the law drafted and Warren County alone. The U. Including .1 iu placed upon the statutes, and S. Boys' Working Reserve and co-ofor collecting the tax. Lets take the State Y M. C A. will and in fact everything that is for instance, Lincoln County, as erate in running a camp for Kenkept in an up to date Grocery I see she "has reported in full tucky bops on the Clagett and KKKIKImmmwmmm WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF She has collected $2,561; 5 per Covington farm, a mile and a cent of this was paid to the Com quarter from Bowling GreehT and missioner of Agriculture, which The camp will open for the berry ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS m amounts to $128 05. . The num- picking season about Mayj 19. from a genuine Panama down to the lowest At the close of the berry season, road fare from. 'jheir, home town priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a ber of license issued live and let live price. which lasts about 3 weeks, the to. apd from Bowling Green. Clerk was 2099, who received for P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our every license issued 25 cents. two agencies will run the camp iaily inspection . of the boys in to 1 0C COUNTER, which is. brim full 5C The assessor received 10 cents for general farm work fer .boys bni camp US to me ucaiui, win i of bargains for every housekeeper. on every license, in this case he who are enrolled in theReserve. be a feature. A(fine swimming. - receives $209 Now of the total In addition to, good wagesjrtheldT: for the boys of this camp County live stock fund of $2038-- , boys will receive the Bronze only will be;permany supervisea " 50 the sum of $953,00 or 40 per Badges and the "Ho'norable Ser bv the directors. Free musical rent of this total is used to aug- vice Bar awarded by the United prograujs, baseball, tennis and a a a ! ment the salary of State at?d States Government for varjoug other sports wiu'b'e enjoyed. . I County Officials nstead of being periods of worlL The !wpitk Sunday will be a- - day of rest pajd for sheep killed by dogs, done during the berry .season Fith cjaiMrirattoml This law also provides that any will apply onftbe' Badges and talks and tramps lor those who surplus remaining after the the Service Bar. .All matters of wShTA,Kl)eciaMrip- - to Mam- - ijrf. Isheep, claims have beep paid Iwacea will hebetreen thtxinv jhrf shall go to :the School Fund. To MftUfih awyu 'WnViMOil'' have- - "believed that the --School BoysferJdnfcRegejaSLwCihi 3 DlwcibrfD.-S- r leyM. Workf Enroll How For thu Spring Ttrm Scate Y. SI. O. A. meiely jnper-vu- e jieterve, Typewriting, . GiAil ifund would ever ,be benefitted 345 Y. M. C. A. Buildiaj, Accounting, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, . the camp. subjects. by this law would have required Service, Penmanship, Correspondence and kindred toaisyllfcKj. a stretch cf the MmaginAtion al The camp atfall 'timesill be COURSES IMPROVED METHODS, LATEST the breaking n r FOR .THE BATTLES OP LIFE I mosttotaking Lincoln point. PREPARE TO-DA.AREirOU HAPPY. Uow Caunty as of hieh erade 'camn leaders. It yeakastbe weU, To a basis of the counties'inthe will be. located Ky. state, 'we .find 120 has paRT$i28.- - erove.lhigh and-d'ry- .r in abeimtifat u o bba pequenuyf trpuDiea Somerset School of Business, Somerset, fjtkmo9k are she io5 to the Commissioner ot Agri utiL be provided ,with?tedl i CooatippiOtt' ana laaigesuuu ;taW&mex;:& culture, but for fear JiincoUVs free ofcharge i.n$L; wiljkaiiq fund. should be larger than the. their own meas jproyided by Tak CbimberUan7 Tabletr-t- o n happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence an account with us today and stick to 'it. State and County officials Now we have found what the Commissioner of Agriculture gets out of this, we have found what the Cotjnty Clerks gets" out of this, we have found what the 9 Assessors gee out of thisj we have Payer Issue found what the man who owns the sheep dont gefVoflt.ftnd, now we want to ask the LegislaIt. tors who passed this law what they got out of it-- . They get the (Paid Advertisement.) Quite a lot has fteen put in our censure of the men who have pre local papers recently extolling sented their sheep claims. Signed. TAX PAYER. the merits of the present Dog ; Law. The columns of thesejpa-per- s BOW DLPTHERIA IS have been thrown wide CONTRACTED s open, to those endorsing the bill, One often hears the expression, and the punishment meted out cold to him who fails to comply with "My child caaght Winston-Salem, N. C . bPBCIAL THE "GOOD DOG.LAW" Tax Takes With v W. A. NEXT ON At Tyrcc's Store DEPOT of-househol- Sill d JUST OPPOSITE BRODHEAD Saturday, April 1 9th Cooking Stoves Beds And a Fine Lot of Dishes will offer for Sale a lot Bank of Mt. Vernon ill and kitchen furniture at the highest bidder: GROC5SI5S MEAT, LARD, MEAL & FLOUR Men's Boysr OVERALLS Carry a Full Ulnc of far-fam- ed .And a number of other things p -- by-Count- y J. B. West Main Street CUMMINS On ( Soill Take Place at 13Q p.m. S ocfcu e'Smih, Auctioneer sat 1 I Skid mo re'sS zxzmmmmTxs: IRESTAURANTI WHERE THE CROWD GOES- WHY ? Because they get satisfies lownricea A(mparetkenxjntAJ,aU , " SOiRSEISifcFBHESS Y W cJt&i $&&&, i. S tSSR -- :k 1- - -- and gat cash for them, FEE'S HHEArS. .Come in on. Wednesdays. "Hot and. cold lunches served daily. aswel-aa other. Bring me your 'country hams f Advertisa mm S w -- ift .a Signal i "average- u MIHTB as a batlvtbe . t Jr " -- - ? County-fun- d. . . -- " t.ti-tii,si.T4.s- -i xap eonrw 'J t'1P z.jet2lxzi?. rail m pay tBr wokllboja atwi -. ta takS ineir f I i&:ii owucooa, icjvwi Af . -. - "T. - r fss ? . 4 1 7 J " t'T 'mrJ yt'fKr&v. tfte. J TL - i I need I solicit xxz- yopr. trade, Yoors i I JM X J Da Oopositft tfoa I I -- I - IWIIIg -- Poit-OTtl- c ' H "lv . X" 'J- --- 2 m -. -- . "T !5 ....... L--- - i.V.-m i - ft"vvu.i rj":OJglE.'?-ja"y-ri,1'- . " " ht m mst mkitif''t If iiifliPwil - Like real liquid sunlight is Hanna's Green Seal s, Paint in the way it banishes darkness, dirt and and brightens every surface it comes in contact with. It makes homes look cleaner and more attractive, it preserves them from decay, and when one home in the neighborhood is "Green Seal-ed- " all those surrounding it are certain to catch the same spiritof "Clean Up and Paint Up." din-gines, m Formula on Every Package SOLD EV z2 T.N.fiOB, THE "w. high standard this bank 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 p atrons PEOPLES BANK BUr passed in this county best bid foi business and wide The kriobs make a background awake people make every effort o the right, and the left fades possible to have this advantage into apmplish mist which is the Blue fTrn! rppinri Thia hoaiit.i fulfBod productive coram unity 4s 0 I In following the grade ior the crying for a good road. Madison For Infants and Children Dixie Highway across Scaffold has heard that orf and is now Cane j ou will go through a vir- ready "to start puttiug- metal pn In Use For Over 30 Years gin forest around the head of -- a the grade which reaches the Always bears the ben it if ul glen where the etfant Rockcastle Tine, and from Signature of this oak. poplar, beach and sugar tree point to Roundstone the road hold communion; vher the wild alternates between ruts, bumps HOW IS YOUR COMPLEXION? flowers shyly peep from the and mud holes. The consequence A woman should grow more brown carpet of fallen leaves; will not be pleasant to think beautiful as she grows older and where the lark sings and the about. The people in this part she will with due regard to baths, squiirel scampers; a place where of the county would be glad to diet and exercise, and by keeping Dame Nature invites you to stop patronize the business houses of her liver and bowels in good and rest. When you reach the their home county, to buy farm working order. If you are hagtop of the hill you arc in the implements, seed and fertilizer gard and yellow, your eyes losing midst of human industry, com- from them. We should like to their lustre and whites becoming fortable homes, well kept farms, sell them stocc, have them attend yellowish, your flesh flabby, it acres of clover and small grain, our fairs, but the lack of a good may be due to indigestion or to a Chamberlain's and large orchards on either road., and a shorter distance to sluggish liver Tablets corrects these disorders. !$ide of the road which is an ideal other markets will outweigh their grade. This land has more than desire to do business with a home SHERIFF'S LAND SALE doubled in price in the last fif- county people, so Madison County FOR TAXES. teen years. While the people stores, .banks and stock dealers 1, J. S. Langford, Sheriff of look "happy and prosperous, many will get the benefit "of Rockcastle Rockcastle County, Kentucky, or of them do not realize the value Countbusiness, and unless we of a home on this fertile soil, and havegood roads, we,will not get one of my deputies, will on the in this excellent neighborhood. the benefit of them A good road 20th day of May, i9i9, (same beThe landscape is very beautiful leading into any town is the very ing the first day of the Rockcastle County Court) between the and when you near the Madison hours of 9 o'clock a. m., and 4 line looking to the right, a valley o'clock p m , at the front door is seen, the beauty ot which can oC the court house in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, offer for sale- to the highest bidder the following tract of land, in precinct number 3. in said county and state and B fl5iMi9Bsevvrussw adjoining the lands of James SSCJrio'SSSSSmjiriiS Taylor to satisfy the tax and cost fjr the years 1914, 19I5. 19 16, 1917 and I9i8. listed in the name of B C. Richardson's heirs eight acres. Total tax and cost, $12 98 Tip Langford, Sheriff Rockcastle County. t'OUrSrl'LOP NATIONAL " t rirrTa wit iini-iTT- fr . " "- riTiYm y" nbt b tm gsa$ rfiFBNSE ',. CASTOR A Holes Caused By Money Does money burn holes in ? A bad habit for money. - &s&$E& your pockets But perhars the fault is yours. Money that burns boles should be placed in a Savings Account, j where it will accumulate rapidly. $100 starts YOUR account. . First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. Capital $15,000. NOT TWO YEARS WITH THE Deposits 52,000 OLD YET " - 8 con-tainin- g l m Produce Es Poultry, Hides Ftirs,Kinds of Country Feathers And All - WE WANT YOUR 8 IT'S TIME TO CHANGE YOUR OF LBOOTLEGGING Geo Bus le was l COMMITTEE tried in Judge UNDERWEAR SEE .OUR LINE UNION SUITS Mulhns' Court on a charge of naving wmsKey in possession for sale. He plead guilty, was fined $50.00 and given ten days in jail, sentiment is growing rapidly against bootlegging. THE CASH STORE CASTORIA .- Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR MT. VERNON, KY OE2Z2Z3GK38M mt Phone CASH 32 WILt, PAY W R Gott & Co ADVERTISE IN SIGNAL & Produce RUGS ' rH ' - s ' - T RUES - ti iivM-- Beautiful new patterns in all sizes. Our assortment is larger than any other in Eastern Kentucky Our prices are cheaper. That is another reason why we sell more rugs. We invite you to our Rug Depfc and allow us to prove our statements- Be sure you see our line of Wiltons qxi2 at $47.50. '""'." Tapestrys, Velvets, Axministers, WilJ)ns Karpen Upholstered Furniture, Davenports Duofolds and Davenettes Bunnies Harrows Roofing THE 12 Disc Harrows Galvanized " PHOENIX is in a class by itself $47.50 14 Disc Harrows Roofing delivered to your station Square We have cheaper Buggies and can furnish you with any-thingy- $52.50 10 Disc Harrows 29 ga. only $5.50 28 ga only ' ou $35.00 See us for Corn Planters. Drills, Rollers, Cultivat- want Come and let us show you. We can convince you. 575 Square root- FENCE 4ftNo. Top 45 Top 4 fNo. 55 10 9 only ' only cents ccnts WIRE Wagons Furniture Dodge 2?in.OldHickory C NEWLY WEDS always come to us for their pretty new furniture We have the largest assortment in Madison county Have you been through Take our advice and get your order in early if you want to be sure and get a Brothers Brothers CAR DODGE am p 1 e te $115. 3 in, Old Hickory Complete We can save you money on WE PAY THE FREIGHT Wagons, and all farm machinery. Our prices, are cheaper ors,- jour rubber ing also. Let us quote you $25.00 OR OVE R ON WEBER more iy $120. $5. our store ? NEW The prico to you includ-th- e War Tax is A VISIT TO OCR STORE will pay you big dividends MACHINES NOW IN TALKING and Make a deposit guarantee delivery to-da- $1,180. y Get your order in now for that DodgejCar, This is the only way you can be sure SI r