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J 887 -- tVf VOLUME XXXII COUNTY, those who KYM FRIDAY, APR, 25 1919 her daughter, NUMBER 31 & Big Crowd Sees Troohv Train War time enthusiasm stirred . Rock-castlecouhty '. Clothes as an "asset" WOU'LL do business better, and you'H do a better business if you dress as if you expected it. It's quite easy to see that ,a good looking suit of clothes may have a business, value far bepnd . the price you pay for it Hart Schaffner & Marx, and Clothcraft Clothes The reason for our , selling them and for your buying them is that in quality of ol materials; in tine finish; in lively snappy style, they give you a lot all-wo- more than any other clothes you can buy Dry Cleaning and yy eingf t- I jS ki d WHY IRESTAURANTi WHERE THE CROWD r"--- I I 9BCE3ZSa Ojpoit The train was said to have been carrying the most complete line .of American trophies ever assembled in the United States. Every device from the smallest granade to the famous M hand vvk !Big Bertha" field howitzer that the'German army used in its vain attempt ,to stojr-th- e onslaughts of FURS; CLOTHING. the Yankees were shown. Field artillery that had been hit by the T r 11 1 Via Parcel ever increasing accuracy of the American gunners and hand LOUISVILLE, KY. lgranades- that had been thrown AVE. 617 FOURTH into trenches occupied by AmeriKnown all over America can troops were shown together with great bombs that had bf en XXI 2XI drdpped on defenseless hospitals Barbed wire, fiercely fought over at "Verdun, machine guns to which peasant men and women of Belgium had been chained, sea mlnes-angreat naval guns, shells, the Sizoof which astound ed the onlooker wert viewed by local people and 'caused them to renew, their pledges to "finish the job". GOES a i- - -Wilbur u. .Bacon.a first .ser-H. geant of artillery, who saw more ? Because; they get than two months, of battle in satisfied FranceMeclared if 'the American -- ' people had a complete knowledge Se my new GROCERIES and my ofihe conditions under ' which low prices. Xllompar'e ihenV withallX the American soldiers fought others.. Bring me your comftryhams and lived in France no pleading and get cash: for them, i" , . or Dickering wouia De necessary FRESH MEATS. Come in on , s to raise the .loan. He was '. Wed.nesdas. to America to speak in Hot and cold lunches served daily." behalf of the loan ancf he said' put ititbroug.in, hasteV,UMlis'how World that westanj readyx his message fiom the thousands to lback our .Governmet at any: I need as well as I solicit your trade. Yours 'of boys strHbveriihere' was and all .times. ,Tbe boya' 'wM that the, time when they could went over the ioi.bae doiMf,tb forma bulwark with their bodies Dart aid now it MMrt(r o"to Jdd our:part: jWHMnTXi against the'.enemyr-had'paafie. SUTTON & McBEE LEADING CLOTHIERS -i people of Mt. Vernon and to new deeds of returned for the same parpoatf arrested a man here Wednesday . by name of Hurley patriotism last Monday wnen uie ' eXplained the -- operation of the county charged with from Laurel bigamy and train oeanng xanicee iropnies 01 boche machines on exhibition. took him to Loudon. battle came he're uuder escort of He fought in France with a batveteran overseas soldiers and tery of French 75s which is re Tfca Xisd Ton Have Always Bought, and which hat btta sailors. routed as being the .most perfect kkwmitK tYtr thirty years, has home the sinataxa f Hundreds of country folk's piece of artillery dn the world, md. baa mate ludat hit mt peured into tbfon on horseback, He said that in every greafc'rita waal mperrkioa afawa in on foot and in automobiles and of the "war the tide of baHle had MLow kom to 6ctr tmi ia ikH. . together with the crowds of town been changed by the extensive All Ceamteifeits, Imltotkms aad M Jut-as-goTmtfhru-enza- " Germ Is HitHk people made the occasion a ajala use of that weapon by the allies: IxferiaMts that triia with and tadaager Affliction. lafaats aad Children Ixperience against Bxfrimmu day for Mt. Vernon. It was The train was in charge of Mr. With thV.cessatipn of the opening day of the Fifth Lib- James Miskell, of Cleveland, Ohio a new epidemic has ,ap- erty Loan drive. Castoria.is a harmless substitute for Castor OS, Patfrte, who was an officer in "the AmeriDrops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It cMtals peared. It is known as the "I'm Speakers of national renown can aviation branch. The train neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic mrrhwtr. Ha Thru enza" and very peculiar iff accompanied the train, which left here shortly after 10 o'clock. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it ka to war ravages are confined was brought here under the di"beea in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flataltacy, " workers only. rection of the district- - Liberty wind wuc and diarrhoea; allaying Fevenshnes ari The initial symptom is a sense therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, Loan Committee of Cleveland, ' tne assimilation 01 Food; giving healthy and natural Ohio and addressed the. people Mrs. Matilda Woodall, of Lon of lassitude a felling of 'What's The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. along .patriotic lines at the Opera don, visited relatives here last the use? It's all over. Why should week. Mr. and Mrs. B.&Griffin, I do war work?' house. of the Buckeye Section, were Step are being taken to isolate GENUINE ALWAYS Following the speakers motion here Saturday and. Suriday. the germ also those who are pictures of allied preparation for Judge Mahlon Summer?, who has carrying it. The epidemic is 'Bears the Signature of war and of seen es in devastated been on the sick list fqr some hot widespead, nevertheless its areas of France' and Belgium time is some what improved and advance must be stemmed. much needed rest 'Cold "Feet" is a marked sym-tom- . were shown The films were, is taking a in Jjackson cbuhty, and is visiting the Another indication of the taken under, the direction of scenes ot his childhoo4;;days. presence of the germ is forget- American army commanders for Allen M ounce, 'who has been Ifufness (that the boys are. still the purpose of bringing to the quite sick for some time, is over there.) Mrs, J. M. The victim as a rule cannot people of America a broader slightly improved. Foure is quite sick at tnis writ- concentrate the mind (on war knowledge of conditions in the Mrs. Emmet Hansel and work). ' The sight becomes ing. The Kind You Have Always Bought war area The pictures, which children have returned,"-- ; from a rt nI (can't see solicitois for. 'r tHe eewTAun commny. nwybhk CITY. were declared by local persons few days' vis'it with relatives at war relief funds) The ears are affected-(can'- t to be by far the most interesting Mt. Vernon. E- 0. Hard' has-ptihear the appeals, chased a house and lot of Thomas' of the world for food) ever viewed, were received with 4 d Farley. not' learned. Missi much applause by the audience Angeline Price of Lebanon June vHeart doesn't" bea t as Fallas, tcfi'and in advance' 'stage that or that crowded the opera bouse to don, is visiting friends here this gan seeimvturned to stone. a a fl Vcr-no- n, overflowing. a week.S.U.Franklin, of Mt. t A vaccine consisting of equal iaiiimJM' was here between trains parts of tincture, of quit principal speaker, accom The Mpnday a We, paining the trophy "train, was ington. en route home from Ler and good American spirits, of Died, Saturday iQ.Rich-ar- dash' of patriotism and a pack " f Judge T. B. Galloway, of ColumMoberlyt, in his 82nd year. pep is effective. bus, Ohio, who was for thirteen He had been a sufferer of Slight's months, in France attending disease for some some ti'me. He, -a" American soldiers under the au- leaves several childea,hX was a chufch and spices of the Y. M. C. A "Stories minister of the Baptist VSr we believe if ever there was a Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, of incidents on the battle field christian he was one. was He Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. were told by the Judge who ad laid. towrest at the family buryIncluding Branch.-Sunday- . dressed the people concerning ing ground on Gauley -i The two children of practical as well as patriotic reaMr. and Mrs. Arch Mullins thac and in fact everything that Is sons for the last loan. have had fever are much better. kept in an up-t- date Grocery "The great expenditure of Quite a delegation of the Mt. American treasury" he said "in Vernon folks were here between WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF completing the vast organization trains, Monday, and were here We have Just boujrht, at Govemraeii and Boys' was tent for winning the war brought while the trophy train give here. Auction, a. large, number of army Side, We would be' glad to their 151x16, like, picture, 3 ft. roll up ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS' Germany to her knees two years names, but were so busy we double door.flaps.i Will hold elskt from a genuine Panama down to the lowest l larger. before the time set by the most failed to get them,, but extend cots; some are are made of No. 9 priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a These tents optimistic officials.. We have them an invitation to come again canvas, U.S. Regulation speclficaLtloM " live and let live price. Stephen Carson, of. Jellico, and cost the. Government $lJjr.00.eaca. paid for in gold what a lesser P. S. When you come in you cant fair to see our Saturday on busi' Many of them have 'never been use4. program of expenditure would Tenn.,was here G? 5C to 1 0C COUNTER, which is brim full www -Webb lias pur- Our'prlct $25.00 at long as they, laat ness. .4Mrs. R. ' Main have caused us to pay for with chased the property .an Prompt buyers can ha'e cholc t of bargains for every housekeeper. lives, therefore this loan should street, of Mrs. W. H Krueser. khaki or white. Address quick I 1 be a loan of thankgiving and known'as the J.,W. Bafiferprop- -- over to continue tne aereuse or Mrs. I. E Mann at Paris. Judge Cam Mullins, Atty. C.C. Williams, American Ideals with treasure. Atty L W. Bethurum and Atty i His messaee was well received- J. A. Owens,-o-f .Mt. Vemon,were bv the Deoole. here between traias Wednesday. Deputy Sheriff W G. NiceleV William E. Oroni.n, who was - sent them ton is visiting Children Cry for Fletcher's .!.. 1 COUNCIL OF RATIONAL - DEFENSE ba litf w th' arat tt WhatisCASTORIA LIVINGSTON , CASTORIA In; Use Fw Over 30 Years im-pair- ed - r it-use- X on't d ?i: GROCERIES MEAT, MEAL LARD, FLOUR o Carry a Full Line of 5t. Army Tenk Men's OVERALLS -- : faith". erty; price not learned." Dr virtMJD It HdZctrQ 1 X DRAPERIES, Port ETC SWISS CLEANERS ANDYERS - 20:I4IZG m o r e!s I d v -- ; -- -- re-turn- " 8 win ereuta garugtuu iuw lot to accomodate the auto folks traveling over the Dixie High ways, as the completion of the road is a cer.taiuty now. The lit tie son of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith is very sick at this time Wonder what is the'attraction at Mt. Vernon. Ask Mack MarMr. and Mrs. J. 1?. O'Mary tin have returned from Millersburg, where they went to see their son, Egbert, who is in college at that place. J J. Baker, a prosperous farmer, of the bcaggs Ureek section, was here Saturday: Mrs. I W. Catlin aid son, John Williams, &re visiting, Mrs.jCollins mother. Mrs.W. G Niceley. R. G.Moore has resigned as signal maintainor here and Wmi Udell has taken the plaae. x Miss Hazel Griffin is visiting Vejnon this relatives at Mt. week. -- There was the; largest crowd gathered here'' Monday that was ever assembled here before in years to see the Trophy train and view the instruments bf death that our ,boys went up against. We believe Livingston will go over tht tap as we could not dootherwise and dp bur duty as buying the bond& is' a good investment. But the best of all it is" a patriotic duty and what it takes to be patriotic.the citizens of Livingston have it. Any one to take a look at- - the German outfit .and see what our bova had kk face is enough; to make the red blood in an v American boiU Iiet's finish toe? job Tandfor. ever put ioe xmiususnun- - .wnere trouble maket. be never can be a .ii---'' i any ,m ore ana as tnisis mQ hisi 4.1,' fcJ '1t asu. VAi' TT loan buai uucw ou.-wicba -", .i-"- VOulippiy ( - ,1002 W. MAIN'ST. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 ' ..MMIMIMMIHMIMII TZZZZZZmJ.ZiJiiiiiiii iiiiri -- CUMMINS iiJ.B. West Main Street On 5;??STTTZ . a r -- n WWWWWW "tj 5K uu-Jj- gr I jffiHiC'-ijiB- fKIsKIIHIB IHIKFHIHHPIPt IL IT WILL PAY YOU TO FIGURE WITH ME ON THAT HOUSE BILL. MyVL,atgfe Stock: .d -- '& A 1 m Sash; JT U ; frT4Tr.R IDbbrs, Mqulding, I -- Jsf tX r -i ,- - RoofingETC, YOU - - i& to-th- e - . ENABLES ME TO-GIV- E o. ff- - W-- K-- Skidmcu? turn. Popt: II02XE A ,.. . ! ' QyAILITy-SERVI- CE PRICE -- 9?fif 1 thatlheiripart hd 3XZ d e)a dooe and they were now lobkiig iell ;Parrei "oiiMlr"' bee daughter, ' .Mrfc-ASitarday.-iLxiAiJ- HX V yjt -- 1 J W' 5- Vi t, bnmt&i fe4t j4v :."! s i&L 4 SK" I PROCTOR .ps , rf Sijll - 3. '5 J , u. . i ia? 'Mvjmt4Wi. 9"v 1.11 , f- J - -- wi- - rf i ! - W- - .1.5 t r ' .B 'TA 3 i y- A' r(- fr. - urf -A -- H . , A :. 7frT.--'i- - vmwmrms - " -- M. t Vernon Signal r.i-i- . ..." ,wc - Frida",' Apr 2.4, ipt that c w and calf for $40 and a bull their duty to enforce this .law. As Lincoln and Garrard 0 un way. for $inn. ties have already settled with HOW D1PTHEKIA IS The women of the Capitol Gity SUBSCRIPTION OIK VKAR fl.O the Commissioner, the CommisCONTRACTED. are nohly standing by their gov sioner of Agriculture, the Coun ' O e often hears the expression, ty Advertising rates ntaue known on ernment. They are planting Clerks and Assessors, we pre "My chi.d ca.ight a severe cold gardens this year of larger acre'amplication, sume the other Counties' of the r which developed into diptheria," age than ever. Hundreds State have done the same and yet when the truth was 'that the a them journey every day to 1 MEMBER OF Garrard County farmer a few KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION immense tracts of land locaUci cold had simply left the little weeks ago, paesented his claim just outside the city limits avr one p rticularly susceptible to for sheep killed by dogs, these there don overalls and leggin:-plowm- the wandering diptheria germ sheep being valued" a fraction and sowing, in order to If your child has a cold when over $20.00. per head, and altho reap a bumper crop of vegeta- diptheria is prevalent you should he had paid $20.00 each for bles, that are to be supplied" the take him out of school avd keep them three months before, he public at prices less than those of him off the street until" fully re- was told that $10 00 was the the regular market. Success covered, as there is a hundred limit on grade ' sheep ' and he We are authorized to announce croned their efforts last ear, times more danger of his taking would have 'to wait 12 months W. T. SHORT diptheria when he has as a candidate for State Senator in the and they v ill repeat on a greater tor his nidoey.'and- - receive his Chamberlains - Cough prorata Of When 17th Senatorial District, subject to the scale during the coming months the leaving of the Remedy'is given it quicMyors actionof the Republican party at its State and County "officials When Congress fails "to pro- the cold and lessens the dStfeir primary election on August 2, 1919. Now we have oufld what the vide the ways and means, the of diphtheria or any otherg&rm Com missionerfof Agriculture gets ANNOUNCEMENTS cit'zn of Washington have a disease being contracted. -- have found what out 'of this,-wWe are authorized to announce. way of taking things in their HON. E. BULLOCK the County Clerics gets out of own hands. It was" an interest this, we have found ..what the as a cadidaterfon. Representative from ing sfcht to witness the 500 tax : the SeventietluLcgislative district, comAssessors gee out of this, we have posed of Rockcastle and Laurel coun- payers take brooms in hand and found what the' man who owns ties, subject to the action of the Repub- sweep the streets of Washington Payer Issue the,sheep"'don't get out of it. and lican party-a- t its primary election on on th- - day they had set apart for now we want to ask the Legisla August 2, 1919. the purpose. It was a big task, " tors who passed this law what . but they got away, with it, and ... .... ... they got out of it. They get the war is over and the sold, all because Congress failed to ap The (Paid Advertisement.) censure of the men who have pre ier boys are' returning Fathers propriate money for the purpose. Quite a lot has been put in our sented their sheep claims. and mothers must ba up and Washingtonians are proud of local papers recently extolling Signed, tAX PAYER. doing to make home pleasant and their city and are bound that it the merits of the present Dog life happier for each soldier lad. must live up to its reputation for Law. The columns of these pa- TO THE FARMERS OP The bovs have caught a broader cleanliness. pers have been thrown wide . ROCKCASTLE. vision of things and their ideas open, to those endorsing the bill, of life are bigger and better. and the" punishment meted ouw. We have; more. sheep.an Rock . Their natures now require more to him who fails to coraply'-'wit-h castle county toa.uay tnan we than when they joined the army the law, have been pictured in., lhave had for years. Last year, and went to camp. If they are blood red letters, and no doubt tnrougn our sneep campaign, not satisfied here, some. other HAVE FINE OPENING has served its purpose, as practfr. there was brought in 'the county tor breeding purposes and ewe place they will seek. cally every dog seen, has anew lambs held by the" farmers that Farming must be on a better The Rockcastle Stock Pens shining tag,' dangling from his were raised ra .the county more and more scientific plane. Bet- opened last Monday and the first collar. I doubt if there is a man than 1000 sheep. These ewes ter stock must be raised and sale held by this long needed es in the state who is not willing and all of this years, crop of more of the conveniences of life tablishment, far surpassed the to pay tax on his dog, a reasona- lambs should Tie" kept in" the be had. Father must join with expectations of the most optomis- - ble tax, and I dare say there are county for breeding " purposes. Sell the bucks'2;-b'u- t keep the his boy in getting a motor vehi- tic supporters. The largest juBt as many-- , who believe his ewes Jf ewesCrare sold thev cle so thatv they can get about crowd seen, in Mt. Vernon since dog should be protected after his should be sold to Rockcastle easier and quicker. To run John Robinson's big circus thirty license is paid. Further more, county farmery. tp. be kept in these machines better roads must years ago, . was here Monday there is not a man in Kentucky, Rockcastle. More Live Stock Sheep, More ba builttbrpughbur. the county. Some came because of the trophy but that believes the state should Legumes Sweet Clover, and If the parents expects the boys train and some because it was pay for all sheep killed by dogs, More Bees for Rockcastle County. to .stay, jn Rockcastle and things opening day for the stock pens and pay the assessed value, and Itobt. E. Spence.Co. Agent. ; : r" go on its before the war, they and those who came principally pay it when the claim, is proven .AND SAL E SBERIEF'S are sactfy mistaken and will soon because of the trophy train, found and presented.- - . FORTOXES. wake up and find their boys themselves equally interested in They believe furthermore.that J., J. S Langford, Sheriff of leaving "home to seek more pleas the pens, before they left town. the entire dog tax should.. be ap- Rockcastle County, Kentucky, or ant and)' comfortable surround- Between 400 and 500 head of cat- plied to this fund, and the state one of my deputies, will on the ings. tle, a fairly good bunch of hegs make up the deficit. But what 20th day of Mays i9t.9, (same beand several good mules were on is the use of having an exhorb-itan- t ing the first day of the Rockcas What do you say Mr. Parmer tie County Court) between the and Mrs Farmer? Speak up, the market and nothing failed to tax on the dog and then hours of 9 o'clock a. m , and 4 Mr. Merchant, Preacher, Lawyer, sell, except a few head, where the pay 4o per cent or nearly half of o'clock p. m ... at the front door and Doptor. for every one of parties did not really care to sell, it, to have the law drafted and of the court house in Mt. Vernon, you are deeply interested in de- but waut to hold them for the placed upon the statutes, and Kentucky, offer for sale to the highest bidder, the following veloping, the farms of this county May sale. for collecting the tax. Lets take tract of land, in precinct number Managers W. A. McKenzie and for instance, Lincoln County, as 3, in said county and state and and keeping the boys at home. C. A. Davis, who have leased the I see she has reported in full. adjoining the; lands of James' No longer will it be necessary pens for this year, were more She has collected $2,561; 5 per Taylor to satisfy the tax and cost for anyone to obtain practical than delighted with the opening cent of this was paid to the Com for- the yearsJioLj, 19I5, 1916, 19 1.7 and 1018 listed in the name plans for a dwellings from an A number of good buyers from missioner o. Agriculture, which of B C. Richardson's heirs conarchitect;--, The Department of Garrard and Lincoln counties amounts to 128 05 The num- taining eight "acres. Total tax Labor inWashington will sup- were here and bur own dealers ber ojnice'ns,? issued by County and tost, $i2'98. ply them'. : The original idea of were out in full force and effect Glerk was 2099, who received for Langford, Sheriff Rockcastle Coun ty. this department was to supply every license ..issued .23 cents. GOOD PENS. plans'and" estimates for houses V Many of the buyers from else The assessor received 10 cents that soldiers desife to build, mak- where were very complimentary on every license, in this casesibe, ing no ehargefar - tfiein, but so of the pens and pronounced them receives $209 Now of the total well has "the plan worked that second to none in any of the ad- County live stock fund of $2p38fy t aiat Secretary' Wilson, has issued or- joining counties There Is all 50 the sum. of $95306 or 40..per ders to distribute thejdra wings to the room needed and every con cent of this total is used to augcivilians .through . chambers of venience required. Everything ment the salary of State; ard coTomertceT" civacf organizations, is being set in motion for a still County Officials nstead of being, women's clubs and the like, also bigger and better sale on third paid for sheep killed by dogs. requesting tbat campaigns be Monday in May. Get your calyes, This law .also provides that any started locally in all sections so hogs and mules ready and if you surplus remaining after the" as to help along the great need do not have any get out and get sheep claims have been paid for homes. It is estimated that some. The buyers will be here shall go tot the School FmkL To. because of the some two million and those who have been driving have believed that the School- homes failed of construction in theirstock thirty and forty miles fund would ever be benefitted! the United States during the to find a market, can after only by this law would have required. past year. The act'on of the De- one sale, .tell you the difference a stretch cf the imaginAtioiTal-inos- t partment of Labor will not only in having a market at home and to the breaking point. totaSSsaii benefit the discharged service going elsewhere to find one. taking Lincoln Caurity "as L -- ,r?2i0. nien by affording the opportunity The difference is money in the a basis of the 120 counties in the to avail themselves of the plans Rcckcastlfi farmers' pocket, who state, we find she has paid $128".-0- 5 ."wjien company comes and estimates.ijpr home building, has any stock to sell. to the Commissioner of; AgriJljere isnatime to but will assist the public in genculture, but for fear Lincoln's waste nb chances to We did not get a complete list eral to hurry ..construction on be, taken so mother fund should be larger than "the of all sales made for the reason much-neede- d sees that there is albuildings, to say average County, fund we take that everything was free and no ways a can: of ' . J nothing of the saving that will $100 as the basis. Taking this record was kept by the manage-- , be made In money. ment of the stock pens. The as a basi? thief 120 counties would pay the Commissioner of Agri the a The Signal respects the law following are by sales which we culture $i2-,ooannually With were handed different parties: and believes in ''obeying it. It on hand. .Cakes, pies, Gus Staverson sold to Ed -- Sexton Lincoln as a basis the County was enacted for that purpose. doughnuts,miiffins and Clerks, of the State would re31 head of cattle for $1,147. U "all good things .to eat Although the law directs that ceive above their salaries $62,880' .rmust be dressed, up. in all nominees of a political party Jeff Holman sold to J. M. Cress The Connty Assessors' ofihe one short yearling which weighed . iheir;best taste and be chosen by the people in a prh state over, and tbove thelr'sala- .Iooks. tkrhk . 470 at 11 cts. mafy to be held on the first Satries would receive $25,200, mak- 5lienrfoolher!Mita- - George Brown and Charley urday in August, still the Repubing a town receivea Dy,staie,ana IMI ,eu'i. WAA UllUl lican bosses are preparing a McKinney' sold to John Ross, of County officials over :1;upheld-lhiie ahe slate for the purpose of nominat- Lancaster, 11 head of yearlings their salaries - $100,080. This. :!'8takes" tfoiH5dtet ing that slate as they prepare.it. at $27 and $28 each. sum If uf'ed to reitnburse-th- e: vrJirwT .u , f ner. They have called State Convex J. T. Hurst sold a pair of good farmers who had sheep-- killed by; r win not.aisappoint Order!' s can and have the tion to be held at Lexington on mules for $380. - "prnpari?! jScC( bdoa dogs, would pay for oop sh'Sep' May 14th The purpose of this John Ross, manager of the valued at $25 VxT'each. J&fdwwe fumU cotaiii ee3jr'attch " convention is to horn off all op- Lancaster stock pens, nought leave the reader to judge whether tagradkats as kavsbbcMi position to the candidates selec- from different parties 7 head. or 'not this law was. enacted to approved dallyby th ted by the" bosses. iThis will Drown & Craig, George Robinson, encourage the raising ..u. 9,jcoct awaannir.; bep. . leave them' in complete control W. M, Mahan, F. L. Thompson, or for the benefit of the' CojmpiiJ '"IMIMK ' ' The republican bosses are A.F. Edwards and Kussejl Dil sioner, Clerks aad Assessors.' . were-amoato ram down the throats lien; of Garrard County hifr salary thus incr6ft3ed rvyyii.i-- i the. buyers p reseat and one can readily see why the .Cool--J of the Republican .voters of the. . ' Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGhl, state men whom ihey.have runs-- 1 of the stock a'w ui iov ueud were missionerfof Agriculture wa3 so bujn r e back office of some bought by thejve parties and intensely interested in the passage of this bill and. also the would- - ,a boss. This " should driven tl rough to Lancaster. turn every self-- t expecting Re . J. Sparks Co., sold nine earnestness vriih which he impublican or lndepei dent vot r g od 7Pa lings .at u cts, one presses the County officials of . rTifMiBft 7W?1JT Sfc & fcft- - rwi' iV-- 1 Wii tr rtlTiiiiVT ii ifdyiirtwiiittStWWMwaMM .. against a ticket selected COME ON I g " AM READY TO HELP YOU FEED THE BABIES 'a a ' a 7 -- HORSES STOtK COMPLETE AND QUALITY THE AND PRICE RIGHT 0 - AN D BEST. -- e THE""GOODr DOG LAW Tax Takes With It. . -- Don't forget I handle AI Purity and Eldean ROCKCASTLE s PENS rocs - m .. . Every bag with a building guar-"ante- e, :You ...must be satisfied pr your money back. I FLOUR - The best Horse and Mule Feed on the market. Yours for business, - handle Tuxedo Chops . ..- - ;: J.W:MDER r A - HORSES AND MULES &A M -- .: a a ' 9 ifekfli Hp-' v. lTArihed ! mm hhh bhk. hh W BBVil W T-N- ow We will sell at Public Auction in Mt.Vernon, Ky ;, 30 head of .horses and mules and H "Wl I VII Sa O CLOCK AT This stoek was bought direct from 11 farmers of Boyle, Garrard and Lincoln counties and is all' broke arid .readyr:tp; work. ;Ages from. : Will 'be' soldi regardless of ; 2 to 7 years. Any orie :iri need .ofofses.ndintLles: cannot' pr-ine" i V ." mm CALUMET powder . k -- and-abpy- si;na.stiu.A..:t." SiQji aflford toniissjthis ;sale. 't'-- ' . --: ' -- ": -- - -- v -- t - v. ." , .ifi ir-i-i- t: vr'-rt. JOB.- f -- T-? T - . r f b 1L' - & B etiedniei Sf 4" A ,. -- ' s - "-- ' -- s Jj . V gj '1 B . a '- Mt.Vernpti Signal o Mt. Veeon Ky, Apr. 25, tgig up Jv w 79 one atno. 7; w 7m -- witivB iub Co Oomm-unt- - M LOUItVILLC 4 NASMVIUX-- R.CO. TI&IE TABLE. h nortn 24 north J3 south '1 South i'2 4.57 p 3:35 am 12:35 P 12:45 a m Ias. Landruk, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potoce mail matter. as Mcond-das- s PERSO&AL Jess Fish has been discharged and is now at home. Mr. and Mrs". J. C. Moore have LOCAL moved over Cox Bros., store. Carl Davis has returnedi from Silk Shirts and. Sox for Spring a visit to his grand, parents in wear at Fish's. Madison county. Perry County has just voted Mrs. J. D. Oats left last week the 20c Road Tax by 2000 major, for a visit to ter daughter, Mrs. ity. Blair, at Moreland. Don't leave the country withL. V. Murrel and Henry valley out one of Fish's .leather hand were- in Stanford yesterday to bags. see the flying machines. John Baker Jr., is erecting a R. H. Owens, age 16, a brother of Casper Owens, has enlisted small residence on the Anglin in the army for five years service. lot, on West Main. Bryant Bros.' are the ice peoJas. Rickels is erecting a new They will haul home on the' lot near the fair ple this year. the ice from1 itaufcad in a truck. ground where his hoj burned a Mrs. Emmett Hansel and child few years ago. Jas'. Pruitt is ren, of Livingston, have been doing the work. with relatives here for a few Word reached us just before days. going to press announcing the Mrs. Alice Childress was called death of Mrs. S E. Hellard, which to Middletown, Ohio; last, week occurred in Lexington yesterday. on account of the .illness of her Mrs. Hellard had been in very poor health for several months. grandchild. - Let Fish's do yoiif developing Mrs. Cleo Brewn spent from ', Saturday until Tuesday in Louis- and printing. . ville A Riding Suits and Leggins- for Miss Risse Williams returned young men at Fish's. last Fridav from a six weeks Mrs. Hattie Morrell, wife of H. stay la Florida. C. Morrell, died at 3:20- - o'clock -fCasGox,was down from Cor- - Sunday morning, at the residence bm yesterday looking after on Olive street, after a brief illsome business affairs. ness, which was caused by a u atMrs. C. H. White expects to tack of Spanise .influence in Janto leave in a short time for Mt. uary and developed into tubercu Carmel, 111., to spend a few losis. weeks with Mr. white. Mrs. Morrell was born in Ken W. H. Biown, who has been tucky and with her family resuffering with rheumatism for moved from that state to Troy a past month, is able to be on the year ago. She was 4r years of streets again. age and is survived by the husW. R. McClure and wife were band, H. C. Morrell, and two over from Berea Monday.. Mr. children, Anna May and Jack Mclure was here looking after Morrell, three sisters and two brothers, who reside in Kentucky some business interests. Everett Mullins, who has a The funeral services will be held good position with the L. & N. at at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Covington, is spending the week at the residence with burial in Cincinnati with his parents, J udge and Mrs. Riverside cemetery. Post. Cam Mullins. - COMMISSIONER'S SALE. JKOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ,COURT;- - John Owens" aud Others, " vs : lf Plaintiffs, Others. Defendants.. By virture of a judgment and order of sale ot the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its February term 1919, in the above styled case, I will offer for salp, at the front door of the Couit House, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to Notice of Commissioner's Sale. Roy Owens. and v -- ,l the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, May 5th, I919, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., on a credit months the following described tract of land, of-six to-w- it : A tract of land in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on Wigghis'J State Board ot Health of Kentucky How To Prevent Influenza and Pneumonia To the People op Kentucky: During the months of January, February and March halt of the deaths in Kentucky were caused by Influenza and Pneumonia Fourteen thousand Kentuckians died from these diseases during Definite experience in Ken tucky indicates that deaths from these causes are preventable, and this appeal is written for the purpose of preventing local epidemics which promise to be as fatal . in many instances as last 191 S. creek, waters cf Dick's rivet 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 heirs; on the south by the lands of Sayers' heirs, and on the west by the lands of Engene Gentry, John Williams, J. D. Hamm, and George Albright, .deceased, and is the same land owned and occupied by Esquire William Owens, deceased, at the time ot his death and contains I60 acres more or less. From this boundary there is excluded about three acres which was sold by said Wm. Owens to Margaret Roberts, and the same is bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone on the south side of the road; thence S. to a spring branch; ibence with, the branch to the County roadj thence .ith said road to the beginning. ' The purchaser will be r,eqiirddto execute bond with approved surety for the. purchase price, bearing legal interest from, day of sale till paid,. and having the force and effect afa judgment. G. S. Grifflnr " r ". Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. The great benefit derived from the use ot Chambeilain's. Cough Remedy . has been grafef uljac- lmowledged. by many. .Mrs- - Benjamin F. Blakeney, Decaturylll , writes, "Chamberlain's Cough -- Mrs. Wheekr Clark, of the and children of East Bernstadt, Langford section died from influwere-- with Mr. and Mrs. Sam enza Tuesday and was buried Cox Monday. near the home. She leaves a Misses Maggie Jones and Ethel husband and several children, Davis, who have good positions some of them now' down with ' in Indianapolis, are with home th;s disease. folks for a few days. Rev. James Barnes will peeach Will Burk has returned from e jocust-gro- ve near-Nooversea andf is looking"fine. He was in several battles and was tunnel on J. B. Levisay s farm the third Sunday in May at 2:30 wounded and gassed: p m. instead of at No. 2 tunnel Mrs-- Henry Catron, of Lincoln and ir o'clock as stated in last County, is with her mother, Mrs. week's Signal." Sarah Maret, who remains very The Whippet tank t is billed to low at her home near Wildie. reach Mt. Vernon, Tuesday April M. J., R.H. and Pioyd Miller and V. C. Tate were in Danville 29. The exact hour is not named Wednesday-- on business with but let it come when it may, it will be a sight that all will want Collector John W. Hughes. see. Look out for circulars W. M. fiullock'i in home from to announcing hour of arrival. the oil fields this week. He is operating machines ibr the Rocc-casMt. Vernon is certainly in need Oil & Gas Co., and is doing of some residences There is well. not an available house,- - ro:m or Miss Esther Staverson won first suit of rooms upstairs or down prize and Miss Laura Hiatt stairs in the town, where a fami .know-Jedg- e second, in, the declamatory con-- J ly cQuld live and to our for-- a half there is calls test' held at Graded School last dozen or more houses Some of evening. those who own lots in Bethurum Mr. and Mrs. C C Davis. Mts. & Lewis addition should get Cleo Brown and Mrs. C V. Xucy busy and erect some residences. motored to Stan fort yesterday to witness the exhibition otlhe flyNOTICE. ing machines. All members of the Jr. O. U. Sargts., Grant Mullins and A. M. are earnestly .requested to Dock Hopkins, two of Rock- - be present. May 2, 1919 our next castl i' s volu ntee rs, who- - have seen regular meeting night. We will active service over seag,. arrived have Bro. .Foster, of Louisville. KyM a State .Representative with in New York yesterday: 'Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bradbury us. W. F. BaketfR. S. have moved to the residence reMt Verron, Council No 45 cently occupied by Mrs. Chlldtess. laC-th-,tl Mr. and Mrs. Chas Riddle, This statement is not issued to alarm the people but merely to call their attention to a serious state of facts and the remedy for them. Those who are properly inoculated rarely develop pneumonia, and there have been but three deaths reported from this disease already inocuin the lated. Material for inoculation is furnished free by the State Board of Health. Go to your doctor and be inoculated. If you are notjitjle $0 pay for the service, go to youKHealth Officer and have it done1 without cost. Avoid visiting the sick, especially if tney-- have colds or sore throats. It is frequently diffi cult even for a doctor to tell a bad cold from mild influenza. Pneumonia, in nearly every case,, is following neglected mild influenza. If you take cold, go home for safety of the community, to a well ventilated room by yourself for the safety of your family and to your bed for your own safety. Send for your doctor, bnt if you are unable to get him, take a dose of castor oil, drink water freely, and eat soups, eggs and other soft food, salted to taste. half-millio- year. - There Is Nothing Too Good For Our Boys Back From the Front 0 ".We're in a position to put them back-intcivilian clothes and we'll take more" than usual interest in waiting ' -- o ' -- ! on-'them- .- n 'THE " iim BE-S- T . VALUES are theirs and the Best Tailored Suits that America,. can turn out are hete -- Remedy is by far the best medicine for colds and coughs we have ever used in our family. I gave it to my children when small for croup and have taken it myself. SHOES, SHIRTSHATS AND ALLTHE necessary" Fixings To Match the Suits .Come in arid see the newest things to wear liaVVvSKATO for Weak Women mr U- - dM'PKM&l?l LEADMG O0T2SH; ON Avoid1 Whiskey; vents nor cures influenza. Stay in bed until the cold is well, and if you stay by yourself, chances are you will not develop If you do these things pueu-ruonia. It neer le" m in W-- . . . useroroverwyeaiw THE CASH THINGS THAT COUNT. Glenna Tohnson, an Agricul tqrql, Poultry club member at Orlando, in Rockcastle county, has the following record as a club member: Glenna set' 60, eggs,' 3 got broken 53 hatched has 5I .nice, grow- 2 chicks died ing, ' healtny, pure orea, n, i. Red chicks. She is planning to set 4 more settings She has her record book up-t- o date. FrankJohnson, Gleona's broth, er, is also an Agricultuial club jnember. He is raising hogs and Qorn. His corn acreJis"in ciimson cjover which he will turn under May 10 to i5. He has put on -- STORE THE SQUARE and have been inoculated, you are practically certain-no- t to de velop pneumonia. Cover your nose and mouth with your hand kerchief when sneezeing or coughing, and persuade others to do so. Don't go where crowds are. and if you find yourself where someone is sneezing and coughing, leave immediately. Local epidemics of influenza are now occurring and are likely to occur from time to time for the next two or three years, but they can be avoided by any community, family or individual if they' will do these things. Be inoculated today. J. E. South, President A. T. MCormack, Secretary Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof o! the vakas , of Cardui. It proves thjtt Cardui is a good medkiM for women. There are no harmful ar drugs faT Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medldaaV ingredients, with so bad, habit-formi- ng after-effec- ts. Mrs. Childress has. moved, to Booth PurcelTs property in the Jr. O. U. A. M. TAKE poaads. All my friends . said I Mia Clara Loar. wrald bctct X get well. X was just 21 N. Gold St Grand KapidJ; have surely recoma shadow. your Feruna to many of Mich. mended my friends, and they are using it. In her letter opposite Mlsalar I wm recommend Feruna, for X tells in conrincins words of ta am so thankful for what It has henefits she recerVed from Fetfeae for me." ' ' runa.IlqaU or Taalet Sold EreTywacre L Weighed 90 Pounds Before T PERUNA Now Kacesuaeadt it ta Her Friends more. don't need Perona I am anI weU. I have taken six Weigh bottles. welched ninety pounds before started with Feruna. was just as poor and weakly. I 135 glvea up hope of ever congh and weUi such a and could not eat anything. Pounds since taking Feruna weigh oae aaadred and "X an: X X fcmd bo get-tla- ar splt-tta- s. Mow 1 thlrty-flv- e West end. W. R. Allen, President of the Kentucky Motor Car Company, Willie andjThomas Wallen came of Covington, is in the county home Saturday, from, Louisville visiting relatives and friends. where they have been working He thinks the stock pens are CARDUI The Woman's Tone You can relyoa'Caraaf. Surely it wiu do for you what It has doae for 10 - Fra the past winter ' Willie returned & He has a. good posit-io- n but says that if the" farmers dethere. Thomas will remain sire to succeed as they' should,-the- y at home and work on. the farm must turn their attention directly and heroically to the For Sals: White Wyandotte this summer. Misses Fan atd Martha Sparks building of good roads. He does eggs, setting 15 for $1.00. any county can Mss.-GtiCame no me trom uoaisvuio 10 not believe that Stavbeson, vx succeed as it should without hav, spend Sunday. White here they Mt. Vernon, Ky. 1 Apr. i8-4had as their guest Uise Bertie ing splendid highways. Jean Penny, of Stanford.. Thejr County Agent, Jtobt F. S pence, FOR 'SALE. retarned to Louias&kr Tuesday, has finished his inside, work as , Poultry Jarin, tad irove throng kers new instructor- - ia- - tSe" v Agricultural good buildings. i2 acres with! nM miles' from Daige bought the cbjs before Deptr at Berea andis now out on Mt Vernon; .3 miles from Brod-bea- d - Dafaatment from, the WelchtWopen" field of active service "' on. pike. of Berea; Btore, gala He is ready to fcefp and Monday. just the thing lor the farmers. this acre 8 wagon loads of ma nare and waiting patiently for . SfNGER jewing MaoWnes 0 S -.t. -- y Albert Carpenter soarofTobe Carpenter, of the SkefM Creek section, returned SatuiaayXrom overseas service. PrHe been iiepartasV miss ing or killed in actiwr ataoe aboat October and his pqpte:bad given p ever seeing, 'him. agai?atil be arrived. It' is thattkisfc now a happy iUar-peaterh- as nedktoiI . J. L. NlCKLEY forward the agricultural interest 405 3. Alabama St. V again in Rockcastle Couaty, He Indianapolis, Ind. y traveling in Rockcastle will be county serviag the farmers in amy Fos Sals: One 6aau. wafqm way he can. He can. be reached and "harness. WU1 seU'aUto-gethe- r, separate or any way by tetter at Berea, Ky. - Farmers feel free to call on the dtairesto Jbuy. Phone Vy Coanty Aeat. He is always No. S. :v Wa .? radyto.' help booat r'proaote -( ' ' ftl&'iatefMt of our county. Apr ij--t. s par-chas- er 2---- planting time. His pit of last year is a hog now and is. the mother of 5 nice masy thoataadc; of .atfur little Poland China Pigs. He is womta! ltbotaWhlf; "I was' ttkta lck,; feeding corn, shipstuff and tank-ag.. seemed to be nitk a little batter milk. He writetMrs.MaryE.VMfr, has his record" bookM of MadisoB Heiftlrtf, Va. s HeU planning on "I got dowao from-C4could hardly, walk- and" pigs for school rjm eipeaaes in i9i-:2-, . M raid of Its .aofc "too kta yet; to join aai'aflar tajdag M ImC, --States' Boys and the Oiria CiaibT.XlI who wish to Join an, MMtatuch ktttaf-- ' ,'. took 3 or:lr MmM the crab; send" same, age, address , aiahifUhey' want .to raise to thatltan.'iwlwaaabk-ttdoavworkV Itafctltla fl C6u1frKticttltural Agent,Rpbt. rbprkg;vwh4 naiK1" F. Spanoe, BereaTKjr. All names oakibela-byMadowa. lhad aeappana.: Robt F. Spea, . . A C ItistiM beat fooicltrar Coaatv Aireat, a up-to-dat- e. LADIES LISTEN using-proceed- n Singer Machines i at s Pew Vibrating More Brand New A o- ft $35. to $40. -- -- Scvcr'Rotafy Singers $40 to $48 GwH :" "MVI sell on time at regular prioet . y l.; aw.M TryCanka. if T A 'jm ' $5.TJ0 Puts Machine In Your Home, itf 13.00 :' Per Month. Keeps It There; I AM ON MAIN STREET NE AK T. N. NOK'S -- 4 Tj .. r AlDrBOttb . -- La i - a: FooNrota4rp nay i j, ItcaarKy. STORE , ..Ownax Foam by soa. ; y mm. t, -- " 1- - fe- - 1. er -- r 3 s. -- -- 4k .... -- ."" -- v. .ja. t? uru'' makat v JaaJTall JF U S;Art6n, Agt, Mt, immon k, - 'NEEDLES. OIL. SHUTTLES, AND REPAIR "" , -- WORK. WORK GUARANTEED. r t t si JK. 'X" - ... " r ' h? V - V fiHir T6 W itim v" I .1 i. L - - rpf lgps v, ' 4T. i f ii-- . . w"'JfcT'-. - 1" gSUSrF9h-tTYTT-- . a "'--- -- a58ISK RflBBPsatosW rTy- , 3$JS3KSFaEi"Baaeiis32i ,. .i umen-Dea- rt irhymssssssaammmmirmutif'nmnmT immtmm trt.t dwelling place liN ...timn MI.VUU1(UP VUR. -- vr i 1 tltee! i: K.taA ijl a ri-3 . i i -- - - i .. v fc5S r rar :ts t- K-v- - f."j. t 07 T-- ."3u r 0 v .. fAj vA . l , Your mr" a?:. b7i sz-ss- repair bills House-owner- s. . - s. . know the ftiinc3rance continually paying out and expense of Tftf rjr. : money lor ick: lviUt?i !.... uj ..: Hanna's Green Seal Paint on their property occasionally, these bills can be done 'away with to a large extent. Any surface, if left to itself and not rrop-erl- y painted, la bound to decay sooner or later, whereas a coat or two of paint at reasonable intervals will prepaie it to witiistana all the ravages of time and wet weather. -- 1 ""b -- w Formula on Every Package s mt mm SOLD BY fS. NOB, . ;Wo. I high standard tfiis bank set for itself in the con duct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances, The spirit pf this institution is one of.helpfulness We should -- like to number you amoting our patrons PEOPLES BANK THE tVPao rrur In the sweet by and by we' shall VJXlbit Jl shore. Martha Virginia McDowell, meetfbn that, beautiful - was born January 29. 1888 in The other was AGlory, Glory, J'Jacuson county, Kentucky. At Halteujah. Her faith was so bright, but Uhout the age of 13 year's, she yih ed the Methodist church. She she said 'she was so weak she Jived a true christian life until j'could not siog any more and in a X her drath in March, 1919. She few minutes passed 'away. She wa4 married to Carter McDowell told the doctor at several times Lord's will, that 'at the age of 21 years. They ' that if it was theshe-waready. lived a- - happy life for nine years she should go, and a half. To them was born A precious one from us has gone; 4 boys, the oldest 8 years dld A voice we loved is still, j 6; the third 3; the A place is vacant in our home. ihe second fourth 2 months. She leaves a Which never can be filled. and God in his wisdom has recalled, . father and mother, brothers one sister, a devoted husband The boon his love had given, ' children to mourn her death. And though the body slumbers and tOn the 24th dav of January 1919, FXJ4S here, ' she had a sudden attack of appen The soul is saje in Heaven. dicitis and was operated otf, which .Father, S. S Dailey. ; G"d sue could not overcome-- . l&r& from from us saw lit to call-her- " CATARRH CANNOT BE CURBID to that great realm whererthere no separation, where; tears with LOCAb APPLICATIONS, will be seat of reach are' all wiped away from riur'eyes. as they cannot Catarrh the a local is the disease. She said she had no tears. She disease, greatly influenced by quoted some scripter just a few constitutional conditions, and in minutes before she' passed away. order to cure it you must take an "His grace is sufficient forme." internal remedv. Hall's Catarrh and She asked she if she could sing. Medicine is taken itternally muacts thru the blood on the There's A Land that is Fairer cous surfaces of the "system. Than Day; And by faith I can Hall's , Catarrh Medicine was see it afar; And the Father waits prescribed by one of the best over the way; To prepare us a physicians in th s country for years. It is compos d of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best The perfect hlo.nd. nurifiers. combination of the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what produces such wonderful 1 there. XyJ-t- V s Green school reunion, the'wnter ,:glad to be there as wmilrl he vt-it is wnere she Spent her child hood' days. Our old school mas-ter.J. N. 'Brown thought the "old" blue back' spelling book and Butler's Grammar the best of any other that had ever been m ide. Eugene" Stokes-- , of the Hopewell section, who is repfe. senting a New York Dry Goods merchants firm "was with our Tuesday. Mrs. L.ouisa Aliens r WB gggsss -- It "Km niiiiiin. "iT ,jM ir in'H.fr.mni Zi ifi : ut :r win . ". - f- - - - ,.ag.-'j.- a - - - 2 i ftl Holes Caused By y Money Does money burn holes in ? A bad habit for money. family most all have the flu Mr. and Mrs. Estill Mullins your pockets -- fc?"A -- 4M in Livingston betweeu Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. trains Ben Mullins spent Saturday night and Sunday with his mother, Mullius. Luther Mrs. Mattie Mullins, who wis very sick for a few days last week, has about recovered. -- Linville Allen's fami ly have flu, also" Rev. Thomas Durham The singing still con tinues every- other Thursday up nighf at Red Level Green' and send in your news items a little more often. , were Hill.--Wak- But perhars the fault is yours. Money that burns boles should be placed $100 in a Savings - Account, where it will accumulate rapidly. starts YOUR account. e '' -- LIVINGSTON, KY. Deposits 52,000 Capital $1 5,000 NOT TWO YEARS OLD YET First State Bank 1 WITH THE here of 'late. ".Your letter js one. among the first things we look for when we get the dear old Signal. Wm. Robinson is better at this writing. Died: April 17, the'infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Allen and was laid to rest at Red Hill burying ground ho ... ... '"" fnllrktiTinorD day. -- Seems like you have got.ten sleepv 8 i i -r-srzttUttTzcr-r-T-&CXi Send for testimonials, free F. I. Cheney & Co., "Props., Toledo, Ohio. ' All Druggists, 750. Hall's Family Pills for results in catarrhal conditions. t ASTO R : 7 I A Fojr 4 Infants and' Children. w " juways ears the- - In Ufce For Over -30 Years Signature of &a&0M&il Produc e Eggs Poultry, Hides 1 8 WE WANT YOUR u W 1 Miss Ruth Mullins of her cousin's. Misses Sallfe and Ada Mulling Sunday. Ben 'Mullins is in4Uaeks.on this pveeK.1-J- . v H. Tkiullinsand son Forrester, and Wm. Anderson were Jn Livingston Monday on business and to see the trophy train. Wm. Chamoenains Sympson, ot Berea, who is sell sluggish liver ing coffee lor AroucKiB cros , Tablets corrects these disorders was with the merchants at this place Tuesday. j! H; Roberts ' iFriR FLETCHER'S family wnb Jiave had flu are a 1 !" " .pf ,the .Leyl -a THE ,R S Vasa'guest .HOW IS YOUR COMPLEXION? row more beautiful as she erows older and ' she will with" due regard to baths, diet and exercise, and by keeping her- - liver and bowels in good workiug order; If you are haggard and yellow, your eyes losing their lustre and whites becoming yellowish, your flesh flabby, it may-b-e tiue to indigestion or to-- A woman should Feathers Furs,Kinds of Country And All Produce 92 Phone CASH WIJwT' PAY w R Gott & Co 2ZO23t a JD -- MT. VERNON, KY. OiildirenV.Ory -- WJX2T3 bettep-HSpesfldJj- CS;TORIA ADVERTISE- IN SIGNAL r F 0 R Ml a splendid selection of Davcnettes, Chairs and Rockers. offefs TV R It will pay you big dividends. and. finish especially selected for the women who cares. If you We carry a full assortment and variety of styles home, furnishing you will doubly appreciate our, wonderful array of merare critical or particular regarding your easily excell in quality, in appearance and durability. OurBed Room chandise. Take room by room and we reflect ..real personality and are in a class by themselves. We give you the and Sitting Rooms opportunity of We satisfy and leave a good taste. The season now from a large variety. Iterate,,, Oil Stoves, Rugs, Qbinets, Talking Machines, wYinviteyou and your friends to drive over and take a pleasure trip through our store. Biwpif TH E irroi ji j.. Roofing GALVANIZED Roofing delivered to your station WIRE m FENCE No.-- 9 (j o if s FUfniture NEWLY WEDS always, come to us for their pretty new Dodge DODGE 12 Disc-Harrow- s PHOENIX is in a class by itse $47.50 . 14 Disc Harrows 4 ft only No. JO Top jBiR nts 22in. OldHickory Take our advice and get your order in early if you want to be sure and get a Brothers Brothers CAR to-da- y Complete $115. We haveheaper Buggies and can furnish you witftgj.. thing you want'' Come and let us show you. We can convince you. $52.50 JO 29 ga. only $5.50 Square 4ft. only ; Top CCntS Disc Harrows $35.00 See us for Corn Planters. Drills, Rollers, Cultivat ors, Wagons, and all 28 ga only $5.75 Square We can save you raney on your ruuucr iuui- ser 55 rM vf" 3in.pidrEckory Complete furniture We have the largest $120. $'5. m - Freight f)l'M, R ? W EB E R only m01i assprtmentin Madison county .cBave you been through our store ? ,NEW The price to you includ ing the' War Tax is iarni macninery. are cheaper Qur ing also. Le J i.e. TALKING. MACHINES 'NOW IN ! $1,1Q0:00 Make, a 'deposit' t u s q'u o t e you Getyour LS T- -' scire-order in hwftor tfiitt DbdpeajKTMiiisi&onry yfayy&u can be ftV-- IOR tV S and guarantee.delivery h. T "-r-- litMu', - Tl tv&Xt .1 ALfV -- L r --JT a - k. i sr - Vr 5 Vi ii EE1NCIS 'fcl J v ." .V th T'f 4l . i t.