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VERNON, etftffl Sipal viTTxnrr""w""" WWSSvKSSSNSnSSS5sS Thru-eDza- " (MMds( ESTABLISHED, 1887 NUMBER 31 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., PRIDAY, APR, 25 1919 ton is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I. E Mann at Paris. Fudge OamMullins, Atty. C.O.Williams, Atty L W. Bethurum and Atty J. A. Owens, of Mt. Vernon,woro here between trains Wednesday. Deouty Sheriff W G. Niceloy arrested a man hero Wednesday by name of Hurley from Laurel county charged with bigamy and took him to London. i In Jl 'wH aH toward those who sent them over to continup the defense of American Ideals with treasure. His message was well received War time enthusiasm stirred by the people people of Mt. Vernon and RockWilliam E. Oronln,rwho was castle county to new deeds of returned for the same, purpose patriotism lost Monday when the explained the operation of the train bearing Yankee trophies of boche machines on exhibition. battle camo here under escort of He fought in Prance with a batveteran overseas soldiers aud tery of French 75s wjiich is re sailors, puted as being the. most perfect Hundreds of country folks piece of artillery in the world. poured into town on horseback, He Said that in every great crisis on foot and in automobiles and of the war the tide of battle had together with the crowds of town been changed by the extensive people made the occasion a gala use of that weapon by vthe allies. day for Mt. Vernon. It was The train was'in charge of Mr. the opening day of the Fifth Lib- James, Miskell, of Clev4land,Ohio erty Loan drive. who was an officer in the AmeriSpeakers of national renown can aviation branch. The train accompanied the train, which loft here shortly after 10 o'clock. was brought hero under the direction of the district Liberty Loan Comraitteo of Cleveland, Ohio, and addressed the people Mrs. Matilda Woodall, of Lon along patriotic lines at the Opera don, visited relatives here last week. Mr.and Mrs. B.H Griffin, house. of the Buckeye Section, were following the speakers motion here Saturday and Sunday. pictures of allied preparation for Judge Mxhlon Summer?, who has war and of seen es in devastated been on the sick list for some - France and Belgium time afcas-o- f r: jwmp!!'' Big Crowd Sees Trophy Train Children Cry for Fletcher's v. COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE "I'm Germ Is Lat- The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beea In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per 'ffl-fj?)-,, 60nal supervision since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are bat" Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Childreu Experience ..against Experiment. "Just-as-goo- est Affliction. With the cessation of hostilities, a new epidemic has appeared. It is known as the "I'm Thru enza" and very peculiar its ravages are confined to war workers only. The initial symptom is a sense of lassitude a felling of "What's the use? It's all over. Why should I do war work?' Steps are being taken to isolate the germ also thoSo who are carrying it. The epidemic is not widespead. nevertheless, its raasi...hP-.,stemCTP.ri,. LIVINGSTON Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. It age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it h 1en 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 6leef. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature of ALWAYS -- Clothes as an "asset" WOU'LL do business better, and you'll do a better business if you dress as if you expected it. Itfs quite easy to see that a gqgd looking .suit of clothes may have a business value far beyond 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 iine finish ;. in lively snappy style, they give you a lot more than any other clothes you can buy all-wo- war area The pictures, which were declared by local persons to be by far the most interesting ever viewed, were received with much applause by the audience that crowded the opera house to overflowing. The principal speaker, accom paining the trophy train, was Judge T. B. Galloway, of Columbus, Ohio, who was for thirteen months in France attending' American soldiers vnder the auspices of the Y. M. C. A Stories of incidents on the battle field wore told by the Judge who ad concerning; dressed the people practical as well as patriotic reasons for the last loan. "The great expenditure of American treasury" he said "in completing the vast organization for winning the war brought Germany to her knees two years before the time set by the most optimistic officials. Wo have paid for in gold what a lessor program of expenditure would have caused us to pay for with lives, therefore this loan should be a loan of thankgiving and Another indication of the scenes ot bis cniionooa days. presence of the germ is forget-fulneAmerican army commanders for Allen M ounce, who has been (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 this writ- concentrate the mind (on war knowledge of conditions in the ing. imHansel and Mrs. aJraincg. "Cold" Feet" is a marked . sym-torn- . . ss ay&cki In Use For Over 30 Years Kind You Have Always Bought THE CEHTAUH COMPANY. - children have returned from a few days' visit with" "relatives at Mt. Vernon- E C. Hard has a house and lot, of Thomas Farley. Price not learned. Miss Angeline Fallas, of Lebanon Jund tion, is visiting friendshere this week. S.U.Franklin of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains Monday en route home from Lex ington. Died, Saturday 19. Rich ard Moberly, in hUQB.ud' year. He had been a sufferer &f bright's disease for same someltime. He pur-chased Emmet The work) The sight becomes paired (can't see solicitois for war relief funds) The ears are affected (can't hear the appeals of the world for food) Heart doesn't bea t as it used to, and in advance stage that or:::: i . gan seema turned to stone. H.til A vaccine consisting of equal quit parts of tincture of and good American spirits, a i dash of patriotism and a pack of pep is effective. mW VORK CITY. ...........Auadatii.l..al4itaill we carrv a huh ti ne ot ;::.:: ::::. s i:. ::::::::::. .:.;::::: i t: s GfS leaves-BSve- ral "childeo.'ila-wa- s Dry Cleaning and Dyeing SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS,' ETC Parcel Post Send N jS.ki d WHY i 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 hand granade to the famous "Big Bertha" field howitzer that the German army used un its vain attempt to stop the onslaughts of the Yankees were shown. Fieli artillery that had been hit by tho Via ever increasing accuracy of tho American gunnors and hand LOUISVILLE, KY. granades that had been thrown 617 FOURTH AVE. into trenches occupied by AmeriKnown all over America can troops were shown together with great bombs that had been dropped on defenseless hospitals Garbed wire, fiercely fought over at Verdun, machino' guns to which peasant men and women of Belgium had beon chained, sea mines and groat naval guns, shells, the sizuof which astound ed tho onlookor wen viewed by local people ana caused them 10 renew their pledges to "finish tho job". Wilbur u. Bacon.a first ser geant of artillery, who saw more ? Because they get than two months of battle in France declared if 'the American satisfied! people bad a completo knowledge See my new GROCERIES aud my of the conditions under which 'Compare, tjiem witty alii, low prices. tho American soldiers fought others. Bring me your country hams and lived in France 110 pleading and gee cash for them, or bickering would be necessary JPRESH MEATS. Come in on to raise the loan. He was reWednesdays. turned to America to speak in Hot and cold lunches served daily. behalf of tho loan and ho said his message ftom the thousands I need as well as I solicit your trade. Yours Of boys still "over there" was that the time when they could form a bulwark with their bodies against tne enemy had passed, that their part bad beon well done aud they were now looking XX2 SUTTON & McBEE LEADING CLOTHIERS faith". :: XI RESTAURANT! WHERE THE CROWD GOES m o r e'sj I W. H. Skidmore Opposite th i i a Post Office ZXEZZEZDX ! ing ground. 011 Gauley Branch, Sunday. The two children of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Mullins thac have had fever are much better. Quite a delegation of the Mt. y JXa Vernon folks were here between ffcil Monday, and were here trains, Wt bae Just bought, at Governmwt while the trophy train was" here. Auction, a large number of army tent, We would be glad to give their UKIC, like picture, 3 ft. roll up sldca, names, but were so busy we double door Hups. Will hold eight larger. failed to get them, but extend cots; some, are are iimrte of No. 6 These tents them an invitation to come again 1'iiuvas, U. 8. Regulation sped lion tlont Stephen Carson, of Jellico,, ami cost the Government $l- 00 each. Tenn.,was here Saturday on busi Many of them have neer been ined. ness. Mrs. R. G. Webb has pur- Our prloa S2&.00 at long as they last 1'iompt buyers cun lme choice of chased the property on Main street, of Mrs. W. H Krueger, khaki or white. Address quick known as the J. W. Baker prop erty; price not learned. Dt. Webb will erect a garage on the 1002 W. MAIN ST. lot to accomodate the auto folks traveling over the Dixie HighLOUISVILLE, KY. ways, as the completion of the road is a certainty now. The lit tie son of Mr. aud Mrs. David Smith is very sick at this time Wonder what is the attraction at Mt. Vernon. Ask Mack Martin Mr. and Mrs J. T O'Mary have returned from Millersburg, whore they went to see their son, Egbert, who is in college at that place. J J. Baker, a prosperous farmer, of the Scaggs Greek section, was here Saturday. Mrs. I V. Catlin aid son. John Williams, are visiting, M rs. Collins mother. Mrs. W. G Nlceley. R. G. Moore has resigned as signal maintainor hero and win. Udell has takon the plaao. Miss Hizel Griffin is visiting Vernon this relatives at Mt. -- There wos tho largest crowd gathered hero Monday that wxs ever assembled heio before in years to see the Tiophy truln und view the instruments of death that our boys wtnt up against. Wo believe Livingston will go over tht tap as we could not do otherwise and do our duty as buying the bonds is a good investment. But tho best of all it is.a patriotic duty and what it takes to be patriotic- the cltlzeus of Livingston have it. Any one to tano a loot; at the German outfit and see what oar bovs had to face is enough to mako the red blood in any Americau boil, Lot's finish the job and for ever put the Hellish Hun' where ho never can be a trouble maker any more and as this is the lust loan that Uncle bare will ask. lets put It throug in baste and show to the world that wo stand ready to back our Govorumot at any and all tidies. Tho boy a who went over th: top have dose their part and now it is up to us to do our part Buy Bonds. Mrs. Neal Parrott. of Mt, Vernon, visited her daughter, Mrai. Wm. Lang ford Saturday.-M- rs. J. H. Wat -" we believe if ever there was a christian he was one. He was laid to rest at the family bury- minister of. the Baptist church and a Krmy Tents .es Including H MEAT, MEAL EISS LARD, Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. CoiFou, Sugar, Canned RS- - FLOUR LINE OP a mid in fact everything that is kept In an up to date Grocery as ' a WE ALSO HAVE ODD PANTS, Men's and Boys' OVERALLS WORK SHIRTS AND HATS from n genuine I'aniiina down to the lowest priced Work Hat. All Uipm' goods are sohl at a live and let live prico. P. S. When you come in you etnt fail to see our "IOcUOUNTKU, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. 5cto a.- - Hazard Supply Co. ... .aououvoaecucuttj-2a n a - J.B.CUfV&f!INS On West Main troet J 0 .. "''TTTT'T iaaft u!tr,oef9ttMiNiM a a T !ft t TTT s I T wwjwjwwjw I HIT: tn: - - wt-ek- . IT WILL PAY YOU TO FIGURE WITH ME ON THAT HOUSE BILL. - LUMBER Sash, Doors, Moulding, Roofing, ENABLES ME TO GIVE YOU SERVICE-PRI- CE My Large Stock of ETC, QUALITY S.T. PROCTOR j Sfejfegg; . .Vi h fegsWsgfc ito on in i '0 V(tiiUb( ie3Wj!?SS5iat ' - - .1 l IIBIir- "ill yyyyr? nii"iT'yiB M t. Vei non Signal KkjiiaV, .it: Air 2. I'jiv Publishtd every ftidav In EDGAR S AUWK.I, 7 S tliu stock ir i ut loo liend wore hum t''0,v hnvo rlms-'o- f ollli'e of somo bought I s Uic.m) rui'tios and lcs. TliU should drivoii 1. iiigli to LnncnMor. turn every j; It-- ' V. .1 inrlts Co., sold ninr publicm nr Indcpui tUnt vnt-- r ',! tid vitulinys nt cts, onr nuiiinst u ticket selected tint c w and calf for $40 and n bull f t it .t wav. 10, trn b,d 1 1 mlssionerof l rricilture was so e intemely i uteris tod in tho of this bill and also tho earnestness wlih which he lm presses tho County officials of their duty to enforce til's law. As Lincoln and Garrard C.un pas-ag- tttlttttlfl!!tTtft!,1ttttttfttt!,!tt!t!tttIt!. Mt!!!M!t,1lttt CONTRACTED. i.ften In nis the expression, severe cold "My child caught which developed into diptheiiu," when tho truth was that the cold had simply left the little ono ptrticularly susceptible to the wandering dipthuria germ If our child has a cold when diptheria is prevalent you should take him out of school and keep him off the street until fully as there is a hundred tunes more dauger of his taking diptheria wliuu lie has a cold Cough Chamberlain's When Remedy Is given it quickly cures action of tin- Republican psirty nt its Wiii N Congress fails to pro. the cold aid lessens the danger Itn election on AujjiM 'J, 1!)1U vide lie ways and means, the of diphtheria pr any other germ .NNOUNCi:.MI5NTS rit !. : of Washington have a disease being contracted. WViiiv .MUtlioricd l niiiiouinv way of taking things in their HON K. HUMAJCIC own hinds. It was an interest as a cadliiiitL- for I!eiuvetitnthi; from ing sL-h-t to witness the 500 tax the Seventieth I.ej:lnlalivi; district, compayeis take brooms in hand and posed of KuokuaMlc and t.aurel comities, subject to tlie action of the Repub- sweo" the streets of Washington Issue Payer lican party at IN primary diction on on the day thov had set apart for August 2, l!ll!l the purpose. It was a big task, but they got away with it, and This war is over and iho Mild. all because Congress failed to ap (Paid Advertisement.) r boys arc returning Fathers propriate money for the purpose. Quito a lot has been put in our and mothers must ba up and Washingtoniaus are proud of local papers recently extolling doing to mako liomu pleasant and their city and are bound that it the merits of the presont Dog life lipppier for lach holdierlad. must live up to its reputation for Liw. The columns of these paThe bos have caught a broader cleanliness. pers have been thrown wide -- viriiM -- of-t bHtgs- rehires-of open, totlioso endorsing tlie"b7H7 life ute bigger and better. " and the iTuuishment meted out Their natures now require more to him who fails to comply with th.n when they Joined the army S the law, have been pictured in and went to camp. If they are blood red letters, aud no doubt not sutistied Ktp, .some other HAVE FINE OPENING hasserved its purpose, as practi. place they will seek. cally every dog seen, has a new Farming must be on abetter The Rockcastle Stock Pens shining tag, dangling from his and more scientific; nlmm. H- -t opened last Monday and the first collar. I doubt if there is a man tor .stock must be raised and sale held by this long needed es in the state who is not willing more of the conveniences of life tablisliment, far surpassed the to pay tax on his dog, a reasonabo had. Father must join with expectations of the most optomis-ti- ble tax, and I dare say there are his bo.y in getting a motor vein supporters Tlie largest just as many, who believe his cle so that they can get about crowd seen iu Mt. Vernon since dog should be protected after his easier and quicker. To run John Robinson's big circus thirty license is paid. Further more, these machines bettor roads must years ago, was here Monday there is not a man in Kentucky, ba built throughout the county. Some came because of the tropb but that behoves the state should If the parents expects the boys train and somo because it was pay for all sheep killed by dogs, to slay in Rockcastle and things opening day for the stock pens and pay the assessed value, and go on as 'before the war.thoy and tho&e who came principally pay it when the claim is proven are sadly ni'staken and will soon because of the trophy train, found and presented. wake up and find their boys themselves equally interested in They believe furthermorc.that lea vim: home to.seek more pleas tlie pens, before they loft town. the entiro dog tax should lie apant and comfortable surround- Between 400 and 500 head of cat- plied to this fund, and the state tle, a fairly good bunch of hogs make up the deficit. , But what ings. What do you say Mr. Farmer and several good mules were on is the use of having au exhorb-hun- t the market and nothing failed to and Mrs Farmer? Speak tax 011 tho dog and then sell, except a few head, where the pay 4o per cent or nearly half of Mr. Merchant, Preacher. Lawyer', and Doctor, for every one of parties did not really care to sell, it, to have the law drafted and jou are deeply interested in de- but want to bold them for the placed upon the statutes, and veloping the tarms of this county May sale. for collecting tho tax. Lets take Managers W. A. McKenzie and for instance, Lincoln County, as and keeping the boys at home. C. A. Davis, who havo leased tho I see sho has reported in full. No longer wiTitTifnecessary pens for this year, were more She has collected $2,561; 5 per for anyone to obtain practical tlie delighted with the opening cent of this wus piid to the Com plans for a dwelling from an A number of good buyers from missiouer of agriculture, which architect Tlio Department of Garrard and Lincoln counties amounts to 12805. The numLabor in Washington will sup- were hero aud our own dealers ber of license issued by County The original idea nf were out in full force and effect. Clerk was 2o9(J," who received for ply thorn tins department was to supply every license issued 25 cents. GOOD PKNS. plans and estimates for homes Many of the buyers from elso The assessor received 10 cents that soldiers desire to build, mak- wheie wero very complimentary on overy license, in tills case he ing no charge for them, but so of the pens and pronounced them receives S209 Now of the total well has the plan worked that second to none in any of the ad. County live stock fund of 2038', Secretary Wilson has issued or- joining counties. There is all 50 the sum of $953 00 or 40 per ders to distribute tlio drawings to the room needed and every con cent of this total is used to aug civilians thtougli chambers of venience required. Kvervthing ment tlio salary of State ard civic, organization?, commerce is being sot iu motion for still County Officials nstead of being women's club and the like, also bigger aud better sale on third paid for sheep killed b dogs. rwiuestitiK that campaigns be Monday III" Ma v. " G'eTyour "c'al ves," started locally in all sections so hogs aud mules ready and if you surplus remaining after tho us to help along the great need do not have any get out and sot sheep claims have been paid for homes. It is estimated that some. The buyers will be hare shall go to tho School Fund. To because of the some two million and ihoso who have been driving havo believed that tho School homes failed of construction in their stock thirty and forty miles fund would ever bo benefitted the United States during the to tlnd market, can after only by this law would havo required past year. The act'ou of the De one sale, tell you tho difference a stretch cf tlie imagiiution alpartment of Labor will not onlv in having ti market at home and most to the breaking point, benefit tlio discharged service going olsuwheru to find Now taking Lincoln Caunty as one men by 'iffordiug the opportunity The difference is money in tho u basis of tho 120 counties in tho to avail themselves of the plans Rockcastle (armors' pocket, who state, we find she has paid $128.' and estimates for home building, lias any stock to sell 05 to tlio Com missiouer of Agri but will assist the public iu genWe did not get a complete list culture, but for fear Lincoln's eral to hurry construction on of all sales made for the reason fund should be largor than the buildings, to say everything was tree and tio averago County lund wo take nothing of the saving' that will that as the basis. Taking- this record was kept by the manage $100 be made In money. us a basi- - the 120 counties would incut of the stock pens. Tho following are the sales which no pay tho Commissioner of AgriTiih Signal respects the law culture $12,000 annually With ond believes in obeying it. It were hauded by different pal ties: Lincoln as a basis the County Gus Staversou sold to lid Sexwus enacted for that purpose. Clerks of tho State would reAlthough the law directs that ton 31 head of cuttle for $1,147. ceive above their salaries $62,880 ull nominees of a political party Jeff Holtnan sold to J. M. Cross The County Assessors of tho lo chosen by the people in u pri- ono short yearling which weighed state over and tbovo their salamary to be held on the first Sat- 470 ut 11 cts. ries would receive $25,200, makGeorge Brown and Cbarloy ing a totul received by urday in August, still the Repubstate and lican bosses are pteparing u McKinney sold to John Ross, of County officials over and above slate for the purpose of nominat- Lancaster, 11 head of 'yearlings thoir salaries $100,080. This ing that slate as they pupire it. at 27 and $28 each. sum if ured to ' reimburse the They Imvo called u State ConvenJ. r. Hurst sold a pair of good farmers who bad sheep killed by tion to be hold ut Lexington on mules for $380, dogs, would pay for 4,000 sheep May mh. The purpose ot this John Ross, manager of tliu valued at $25 no each. Now we convention is to lioin oil' all op- Lancaster stock pons, bought leavethe reader to judge whether position to the candidates selec- from different parties a7 hwd or not this law was enacted to ted by the bosses iThls will Hi own & Ctaig, George Robinson, encourage tho raising of sheep letivo t hem complete control. V. M. Malum, F L. ' Thompson, or for tbe benefit of the CommisV. Kd wards aud Kussel Dil sioner, Clerks and Assessors. The rupub'ican bo.sses are determined to rum down tliu throats lion, of Garrard Comity were W.tli his sulary thus increased of the Republican voters of the among the buyers presont and one can readily seo why the Com- Oe 11 leggin-plowing - Tim women of 1I10 Capitol Pity are nobly standing by their gv They are plautb Advertising rates mate known in eminent. garden" this jepr of larger non application age than eer. I1undrnds ' them journey every day to t MKMIIKKOP locat . KENTUCKY I'UKSS SSOCIATION immense tracts of land just outsid" the city limits nt there don overalls and and sowing, in order in reap a bumper crop of vegeta-bles- , that are to be supplied the public ut pi ices less than those of the regain r market. Success V :in amliorii'il t(i siniioiiiicu cro Mied tb"ir 1 (Torts last ear. W. T. SI. OUT a it cvunliihlc foi Stiitr Seiuitor in tlie and thej will repeat on n greater I'lli f iinlorial t)itnVt. slilijiM'l to the scalo during the coming months U'iH MtAt 1.0 now mi'TurciUA is ties have already siltb'd with iho Commissioner, the Commissioner of Agriculture, the Conn ty Clerks and Assessirs, wu pro sumo the other Counties nf the Slate have done the iiuie and yet a Garrard County farmer a few wrcks ago taescnted his cliiui for slieep killed by dogs, these sheep being valued a fraction head, and nltho over $20.00 for ho had piid 520.00 each COME ON I AM pr READY .TO HELP. YOU FEED THE BABIES i before, lie the in three monthwas told that $1000 was the limit on grade sheep aud ho would have to wait 12 months lor his money, and receive lii prorata of the leaving of the State and County officials Now we have found what the - HORSES STOCK COMPLETE AND QUALITY THE BEST AND PRICE RIGHT AN D Commissioner of Agticulture gets out of this, we have found what the County Clerks gets out of this; we have 'found what the Assessor's ge6 oulof this, we have found what tho man who owns the slieep don't get out of it, and now we want to ask tho Legisln tors who passed this law whivt they got out of it. They got the censure of the men who liav pre setitcd their sheep claims. Signed, TAX PAYKR. TO - THE "GOOD" Tax DOG LAW" Takes Don't forget I handle Withlt A I Purity and Eldean THE FARMERS OF ROCKCASTLE. v.' atid-th- efr -- ROCKCASTLE OCK PENS Wfr.havi VKWBtwei. ffcrtf"? c castle county to day than we have had for years. Last year, through our sheep campaign, there was brought in the county for breeding purposes and ewe lambs held by the farmers that were raised in the county more tlnn 1000 sheep. These ewes and all of this years crop of iambs should be kept in the county for breeding purposes Sell tbe bucks but keep the ewes Jf ewes are sold they should be sold ' to Rockcastle county farmers to bo kept in Rockcastle. More Livestock Sheep, More Legumes Swoet Clover, and More Bees for "Rockcastle County. Uobt. F. Spence.Co. Agent. SHERIFF'S 1, J. S Rockcastle ono of my 20th day of Every bag with a building guar- "7 h'teoT" Y oa" iHsl-basisf led or" your money back. af FLOUR I The best Horse and Mule Feed on the market. Yours for business, handle Tuxedo Chops JLAlD SALE FOR TAXES. 11 Langford, Sheriff of County, Kentucky, or deputies, will on the May, i9i9, (same be ing the first day of the Rockcas tin County Court) between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m , and 4 o'clock p m . at the front door of 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 adjoining the lands of James Taylor to satisfy tho tax aud cost for the years 1014, 19I5, 191C, 1917 and 19i8 lifted in the name of H C. Richardson's heirs containing eight acros. Total tax and tost. $12 98 Tip Langford. Sheriff. Rockcastle Coun ty. J. W. rs RIDER AT I ;:t:;:::i:f;:t:;;:;i;:;i...i::t.:t:;:;..,;i::i::;;:i:::::;i::::i:::t:;t:4fy. (tiiaifiiiiiiiiaiiiliiiliiiiiiiiaiiaittaiiiiiiiii eaecr eoe HORSES AND MULES WeH'rmed',J i??"l 11 -- ;Thrs-fcivfti- so proviiictt-tirart-tm- y iJ - - W-VH- ii- W-- "HB-w-w-- U -- wH- - 11 1 KlUMOWj CMlC We will sell at Public Auction in Mt.Vernon, Ky., 30 head of horses and mules and much-neede- d - waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of there When company comes is no ttme to Saturday, April 26 th AT 1 1 O'CLOCK This stock was bought direct from farmers of Boyle. Garrard and Lincoln counties and is all broke and ready to work. Ages from Will be sold regardless of piie. 2 to 7 years. Any one in need of horses and mules cannot -- afford to miss this safe CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Then, too, her reputation as a cook must be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet mytime. She knows it will not disappoint her. Order a can end have the "company" kind of bakings ivtry day. Calumet contain! only such ingredients a a have been approved officially by tbe U. a.Food Authorities. Yi MTt trlta 1 buy It. T wlca J 1 111 " ! EETJMimH Ruble & Benedict r.rr- - pp.' p MM ''piiyjpifi'W iiiXjqwHtl " E2HC2K y&UlMfrkijm MUhmM n;M&.7 rn ri iii r"ViSir? BfljJBMgJgHiBJ' ill' ,'i vtm'r jib, " f I Mrs. Cloo Brown "'spoilt from Lot Fish's do your developing Saturday until Tuesday in Louis and printing. COURT. KIT. Vbrnon KvV'Apr. 35, toio HS... ".,.. Riding Suits and I.eggtns for D. . moan iTiiiittiun levunicu young men at Fish's. John Owens and . up"No.j" wmowr.1 last Friday from a six weeks Mrs. Haitio Morrell, wife of H. """'"I H oaa want loBommunl. & O slay in Florida. Plalritr 1v RIONAL with C. Morrell, died at 3:20 o'clock Cas Cox was down from Cor vs : Notice of Commisalosa Sunday morning, nt tho rosldcnco bin yesterday looking after Salo. on Olivo strcot, after a brief !!' lomo business affairs. noy swells ami i ness. which was caused by an atMrs. C. H. White expects to tack of Spaniso Defendi .influence in Jan- Others. to leave in a short tlrao for Mt uary and developed into tubetcu-losis- . by virturo of a judgment l S X l Catmcl, III., to spend a few w lOUItVIlL! 4 rlASMVUlC R n. Co. order of sale ot the Rockc weeks with Mr. white. Mrs. Morrell was born in Ken Circuit Court, rendered TIMK TABLE. . VV. H. Btown, who has been tualty and with her family re- February term 1919, in tho ab 4.57 p iZ uortn suffering with rheumatism for moved from thai state to Troy a styled case, I will offer for 8:35 am 24 north past month, is able to be on the year ago. She was 4i years of at the front door of tho C ?8 south 12:35 P streets again. age and is survived by tho hus- Houw, in Mt. Vernon, Ky. (',:! 12:45 a m '1 South W. R. McClure and wifo, wore band, H. C. Morrell, and two the highest and best bidder, EM Ias. Landr'dm, Agent. over from Uerea Monday. Mr. children, Anna May and Jack public auction, on Monday, Phone No. 8. Mclure was here looking afttr Morrell, three sisters and two 5tb, I91Q, between tho hour KnUred "t the Ut Vernon, Kj Postoe some business interests. brothers, who reside iu Kentucky o'clock a. m. and '3 o'cloc JfZx nitit natter. M The funeral services will be held ni.. on n credit of six months JVC Everett Mullins, who has a good position with the L. & N. at at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon following described tract of lnMlj PERSONAL Covington, h spending the week ut the residence with burial in : 'r, Cincinnati A tract of land in Eockc Pish has bten discharged with his parents, Judge and Mrs. Riverside cemetery. Je Post. Cam Mullins. County, Kentuckj, on Wiggi and is now at'home. creek, waters cf Dick's ;'jl Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore have LOCAL State Board ot Health and bounded aud describe iM&effi& moved over Cox Bros., store. ?$l.9 MMiiiHL'Y RaflKr. follows of Carl Davis has returned from Silk Shirts and Sox for Spring on the north by,, Bounded a visit to his grand parents in wear at Fish's. How To Prevent Influenza lands of Levy Denney and Madison county. Perry County lias just voted heirs of Albert Albright, 0 Uw Mwm&b' and Pneumonia Mrs. J. D. OaU left last week the 20c Road Tax by 2000 majoreast oy me lauus 01 ine os heirs; on the south by the for a visit to ter daughter, Mrs. ity. To thb Pkopik of Kentucky: of Sayers' heirs, and on the Bluir, at Moreland. Don't leave the country with During tho months of January, by the lands of Engene Gen Kli'i L. V. Murrol and Henry valley out one of Fish's leather hand February and March halt of the John Williams, J. D. Hamm? were in Stanford yesterday to bags. Georce AlbrieJit. .deceased, deaths in Kentucky were caused is the same laud owned and 6t-the flying machines. by Influenza and Pneumonia cupied by Esquire William Ow,'i John Baker Jr., is erecting a R. H. Owens, age 16, tt brother Fourteen thousand Kentuckians deceased, at tne time or ins a of Casper Owens, has enlisted small residence on the Anglin died from thnsc disnasns during and contains loo acres more in the army for five yeari fceryfo; lot, on West Main. this LigiaDefiaiteapodonBeJaKea excluded about three acres wfr Bryant Bros. aro the ice peoJos. Rickels is erecting a new tucky indicates that deaths from ple this year. They will haul home on the lot. near the fair these causes are preventable, and was bold by said Wm. Owens Margaret Roberts, and the the ice from atanfoJd in a trucK. ground whero his home burned :i this appeal is written for the is bounded as follows: Beglon Mrs. Emmett Hansel an J child few years ago. Jas. Pruitt is purpose of preventing local epi- at a stone on the south side ren, of LivinKSton, have been doing the work. demics which promise to be as the road; thence S to a spr 1 fatal in many instances as last branch; thence with the bra with idatives here for a fow Word reached us just before to the County road; thenoe days. going to press announcing the year. This statement is not is- - said road to the beginning. Mrs. Alice Childress was called death of Mrs. S E. Hellard, which sutd to alarm tho people but The purchaser will be requf to Middletown, Ohio, last week occurred in Lexington yesterday. merely to call their attention to to execute bond with appro on account of the illness of her Mrs. Hellard had been in very a serious stuio of facts und the surety for the purchasefprl them back in a position to remedy for them. grandchild. poor health for several months. vi r bearing legal interest Iraffq Those who are properly inocu- of sale till paid, and havjvff, into,; civilian clothes and we'll take Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Riddle, Mrs. Wheeler Clark, of the and children of Bast Berustadt. Langford section died from influ- lated rarely develop pneumonia, force and etlect af a ju usual interest in waiting more and there have been but three were with Mr. und Mrs. Sam enza Tuesday it a. urimn, js and was burled deaths reported from this disease Master Commissioner ttoekc ' Cox Monday. 'A on them. near the home. She leaves a already inocu- Circuit Court. Misses Maggie Jones and Ethel husband and several children, In the CHAMBERLAIN'S CO Davis, who have good positions some of them now down with lated.' Material for inoculation is furnished free by the State REMEDY. iu Indianapolis, aro with home this disease. jtz Board of Health. Go to your The great benefit derlvj folks for a fow days. are theirs and the Best Tailored Suits bo Inoculated. If the use.otjJDhambfftlftiats Rev. Jamea Barqea will (joeach doctor and Will Burk "has returned from you are not able to pay for the ' are" here" ' America can oversea and is looking fine. He at the locust grove near No. 1. service, go to your Health Officer Remedy has been gratefully acknowledged by many. Mrs. Bentunnel on J. B. Levisay's farm 7 was in several battles and was jamin F. Blakeney, becatur, III , the third Sunday in May at 2:30 and have it done without cost. wounded und gassd. Cough Avoid visiting the sick, especi- writes, "Chamberlain's p m. instead of at No. 2 tunnel Mrs. Henry Cutron, of Lincoln ally if tliey havo colds or sore Remedy is by far tho best medi1 and o'clock as stated in last cine and coughs we County, is with her mother, Mrs. the Suits necessary throats. It is frequently diffi- ever for colds our family. I have weok's Signal. gave used in Sarah Marct, who remains very cult even for a doctor to tell a ft to my children when low ut her homo near Wildie. The Whippet tank is billed to bad cold from mild influenza. croup and have taken it small for myself." Come in and see the newest things to wear M. J., R.H aud F.oyd Miller reach Mt. Vernon, Tuesday April Pueumouia, in nearly every case, and V. C. Tato were in Danville 29. The exact hour is not named is following neglected mild influWednesday on business with but let it come when it may, it enza. If you take cold, go homo will be a sight that all will want for safety of tho community, to a Collector John W. Hughes. to (see. Look out for circulars well ventilated room by yourself W. M. Bullock is in homo from for the safety of your family and the oil fields this week. He is announcing hour of arrival. operating machines for the Rock-caMt. Vernon is certainly iu need to our bed for your own sufety. tl Oil & Gas Co., and is doing of some residences There is Send for your doctor, but If you well. not an available house, room or are unablo to get him, take a dose of castor oil, drink water Miss Esther Staverson won first suit of rooms upstairs or down stairs in the town, where a fami freely, and cat soups, eggs and prize and Miss Laura Hiatt other soft food, salted to taste second, in the declamatory con-- " ly could live and to our knowTHE CASH STORE ON THE SQUARE In use for over 40yeari! ledge there jsLXalla-J- or, a half, Avoid jvvliislrejf, It neither prp- test held ai Graded School last Thousands ofvtituntary Soni"? of vents nor cures influenza. Stay dozen or more houses evening. letters from women, tellthose who own lots in Bethurum iu bed until the cold is well, and ing of the good Cardul Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Davis, Mrs. &. Lewis addition should get if you stay by yourself, chances 1. THAT COUNT. v THINGS has done tbem. TMt U CUo Brown nud Mrs. C V. Lucy Before busy and erect some residences. are ou will not develop OhiBBO lobneon, an Agrlcul the best proof of the value motored to Stanfort yesterday to If you do these things of Cardul. It proves that tnral, Poultry club member at witness the exhibition of the flyNOTICE. and haveeen inoculated, you Qrkwto,. ia Rockcastle county, Cardul Is a good medictae ing machines. All members of the Jr. O. U. are practically certain rot to deKeceauneBds it to Her Friends haa the followiug record as a for women. -SLAon't neel.Perunxjiny more. -- SttTgt3rrrttttt fihrflms and-earnestly requested to velop Go.n yotn' I am all well. I havo taken nix Glenna set 60 There areaohamWar wfj club neBber: bottles. I YrrlKhrd nlnet puunilM Dock Hopkins, two of be present May 2, 1919 our next nose and mouth with your hand before I etariud with drugs la eggs, 3 got broken 58 hatched vu Just aa pour nod tutl'cruno. II nctiklr. volunteers, who havoseen regular meeting night. We will korchief when sucezeing or had siren up hop ex or rt-has 51 nico, grow, a chicks diedj Cardul. It U composed welli bucIi a toiiKli rml active service over seas, arrived have Bro. Foster, of Louisville, coughing and persuade others ' and could nut rut thltiK'. only of- - mild, medicinal ing, healthy, pure bred, R I. Now slnco taking 1'eruna I velsd Ky., a State Representative with to do so. Don't go where crowds in New York yesterday. one hundred nud t!ilrly-lltingredients, with ioU4 Red chicks. She is planning to my friends said I poaada. All are. and if you find yourself . would never pit well. I was Just Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bradbury us. 1II1 Clara Lokr. set 4 more settings btio has a shadow. I )i we suroly recom- 2t N. Quid St., Grand IUpld. W. F. Baker. R. S. where someone is sneezing nud mended your l'uruna to many or Alien. havo moved to the residence record book up-t- o dute. her ray friends, and they aro uslnn It. WTa In her letter opposite Mlsslohr Mt Vernon, Council No 45. coughing, leave immediately. I will recommend reruns, for I occupied by Mrs. Childress. lis in convlncfnir wortls of tha TAKE FrankOohnson, Glenna's broth am so thankful for what It liaa benefits sno received from ? Jr. O. U. A. M. Local epidemics of influenza done for nir." Mrs. Childress has moved to er, is also an Agricuuuiai cmo Sold KyprywhereT.IiiM or Tafclef Fr are now occurring und are likely Booth Purcfcll's property In the W. R. Allen, President of tho He is raising hogs und member. West end. Kentucky Motor Car Company, to occur from time to time for corn. His corn acre is in ciimsuu Willlo andjThomas Wallen came of Covington, is in the county the next two or three years, but clovor which ho will turn under homo Saturday from Louisville visiting relatives and friends. they can bo avoided by any com May 10 to 5. He has put on where they havo been working He thinks the stock nens are munity, tumily or individual if The Woman's Tonic this, acre 8 wagon loads of the past winter. Willie rotutned just tho thing for tho farmers, they will do these things. and waiting patiently for You con rely on Cardul. Be inoculated today. Monday. He has a good posit-io- n but says that if tho farmers do rv Lf planting time. Surely it will do for you J. E. Sjjuth, President there. Thomas will remain sire to succeed as they should, His pig of last year is a nog what ft ha done foro MCormack, Secrotary A. T. at home and work on the farm they must turn their attention now and Is the mother of 5 nice many thousands of otbir this summer. directly and horoically to tho women! . Itahouldbelp. little Poland China pigs. He is For Saui: White Wyandotte "1 was taken tick, feeding corn, shlpstuff and tankMisses Fan and Martha Sparks building of good roads He does eggs, setting 15 for $1.00. teemed to be . . . ," any county can believe-th- at aga with a little butter milk. Ho came home ,from Louisville to cot Mks. Gus Stavkuson, writes Mrs. Mary E.Velf, succeed as it should without hav has bis record book Mt. Vernon, Ky. spend Sunday. While hero they of Madison Height, He'8 planning on using proceeds got down so week, Miss Bertie ing splendid highways. had as their guest Apr. 4 t. could hardly walk . . . from corn and pigs for school Penny, of Stanford. They Jeau Cyounty Agent, Robt F. Spence, FOR SALE. ut staggcrei mU. eipeneesin i9i-2- o. returned to Louisville Tuesday has finished his inside work as I read tt Cariml, PouJtrjr farm, 12 acres with Its not too late yet, to join and drove 'through in a new instructor in the Agricultural e, and afttr takkf m Boys' ana the United SUtes (he day betere Dept at Berea and is now out on good buildings. ixt miles from Dodge bought or before tekiag quite Several Rotary Singers $40. to $48. Cash Girls Club. All who wish to join all, I Mt much better. I Welch Department the open field of active service Mt". Vernon; zlA ml'es from from the A kottiM at took 3 on pike. the club seud name, age, auaress Will sell on time regular prices Store, of Berea. again He is ready to help and and what they want to raiso to that toe, aad wac able to J. L. NlCKUtY County Agricultural Agent, Robt. $5 00 Puts Mucliiiio In Your Homo and $3.00 do my work. I take It la Albert Carpenter, bob of Tobo forward the agricultural interest 405 S. Alabama St. the apring when F. Bnonce. uerea, ny. ah names Creek again in Rockcastle County. He Per Mulith Koi'ps, It There. Carpenter, of the Skeggs Indianapolis, Ind. I kadae appetite, should bo In by May 1. section, returned Saturday from will be traveling in Rockcastlo I AM ON MAIN STUKBT NEAH T. N. NOB'S and I comweaced eating. Robt. F. Spence, county serving the farmers in any Fok Sals: One ceam, wagon overseas aorvice. Private It U the beat tonic I ever Cpuuty Agent, STORK can be reached aud harness. Will sell all tohas boon reported miss- way he can. He V. Berea, Ky. uw." Try Cardul. a't" Berea, Ky. gether, separate or any way purMSEDLKS OIL. SIIIMTI.KS. AND UKPA1U ing or killed in action since about by letter fy All Drag gitti WOKK. WOUK GUAKANTEKl). Fountain pen Ownor Farmers feel free to call on the chaser desires to buy. Phone his people had given Found Octobor and may have' by payment of prico of over seeing him again until County Agent- He is always No. S. up R. L. Langford. ad. Found by son James Lovell. ho arrived. It is needless to 6ay ready to help boot or promote ,. Apr. Mks. T. 0. O'Maha. Tnwr rrT"" that this is now a happy family. the interest of our county. Mt. Vernon Signal COMMISSIONER'S SA KO0KCASTL13 CIRCUIT ,,, I 7rt &H3 tronil-ciu- s 0. . Vn 11 ii - Kentucky m IE Mi lEIHf IHk o BHHK&r ffr PML !IHBH). NIIHIkv uHHRr here s Nothi n & T001 ood For Our Bovs ack From the Front We're put than " rLMuilHK' half-millio- n 3UK - -- . -- MMVMfe?Rrt &3k'aBfiM.9ttr IKHHRi'jR THE BES that T VALUES turn but ;"' ' SHOES, SHIRTS, HATS AND ALL THE 1 Fixings To Match WKAWAJJH b For Weak Women -- if v. 68mtejWMBE J pueu-tuoni- PERUNA r ert-tlnc Weighed 90 Pounds T . A.-Mr-are VA Now Weigh Rock-castU- 's habit-formi- ng 13S Pounds n alttr-ellec- U. GARDUI 1 SfWGER Sewngracnes ma-nur- e LADIES L.ISTEN Bi'and New Vibrating A - e V-- "I 18-- S i n ger Machines $35. to $40. at Pw Vlor ... kot-U- Brod-hea- d V t rue-do- Car-pout- er K - 2-- A 11-- St. taA J (3. rton, Agt, m. Vernon n,t IS. . i "JS k Vi -- . t s p"- 1 3 : -- $&'? ,...; lMfc-f- '1 t , ft ;v r 7 kteer.-je- m our repair mils Houitvov.Tter house ands&s t J? H i for repair bills, lutt by using Mannn' C.roen fical P Lit 01. llieir propnly occftuionally, tljtsn bi'ls can be done nw.' will, to a large c::tcnt. Any surface, if l.'fl to iljclf and not j ...I'Ui!, 13 bound to decay sooner .: Lroas a oa1 or two of joint or !;' nt r. v '!-- . inJe valj will ti pare it . t'lC to rViti.t,tu:d ravages of time and wet weather. M-- nnnryance nnd erpense of continually pnyitvj out (.Vo !.:cw . . -- isrr Formula on Every Package 5 MWfl siKsa twj f..'K',Bta5.; -- . soi r nv Z7Xtf& isJvrvHJ TBiS. NOS, .VEBNO high standard this bank set for itself in the duct oi its business TpTeHBJT"' to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances, The spirit of this institution is one of helpfulness We should like to number you amoung our patrons PEOPLES RANK THE .urfleriMnOfli rcitninih the rnter dweillHrf llidco there. tN MiiMUKV OF OUR Wodld bo very gla'd to be there us DkAlt ttlliu.. In the awcct by unci by WO shall it is where sho spent hor childMcDowell, meet da that bonntiful shore. Mnviln Vircinui hood days. Our old school va bom January 29. lbaa In Tho other was Glory, Olory, J. N. Brow'n thought tho j.liiCKSou County, Kentucky. At Halleujah. "old bluo back" spelling book 'nlMiitt tlio ayo of 13 years, she Her faith was so bright, but and Budcr's Grammar tho bent j'lii I'd tho Methodist church. She sho said sho was so weak she of any other that had ever been livi'il n truu 'christian life until could not sing any moro and in a mide. Eugone Stokes, of tho litr death in MarJi, 1919 She. fiw minuto-- passed away. Sho Hopewell section, who is rcpro. wm iMitritd to Carter McDowell told tho doctor at. several times Renting a Now York Dry Goods Ht tho ago of ar yrnrs. They that if it was the Lord 8 will, that firm was with our merchants lived n hippy life for tiino years Bhe should go, she was ready. Tit'sday. Mrs. Louisa Aliens' half. To them, was born' nml nrppinilll ..w , i, mno., family most all havo the llu . 1. 41. 0 .1.-. Mr. and Mrs. Kstlll iMullins A voice we loved is still, tlio .second 6; tho thiul 11; tho wore in Livingston between A placo Is vacant in our home, fourth 2 months. She leaves a trains Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Which never can be filled. father and mother, brothers and' Go(, Jn h,9 w,Mloin lm3 rucalIed( Bon Mullins spent Saturday night imu Mittiei, ucvuicu iiusu.um and Sunday with his mother, The boqn his love hid given, and childicn to mourn her death. And though the body slumbers Mrs. Matlie Mullins. Luther On the 2 lli dav of January 1919, Mullins, who wis very sick for here, 'hIk' had sudden attach of appon- a few days last week, has about is safe in Heaven. The soul dicitisand wasoperntod on, which recovered. -- Linville Allen's fanii Father, S. S Dailey. sue could not overcome. G d ly have flu, also Rev. Thomas saw lit to call her from from us Durham The singing still con CATARRH CANNOT BF, to that nre.it realm where there CURhID tinues every other Thursday will bo no separation, whore tears with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, night at Red up are all wiped aw'ajftfrotn our eyes. as they cannot roach the seat of Level Green and send in your tears, bjie ho disease. Catirrh is a local news items a littlo more often. j Sho said .she had influenced by disease, greatly ijiiiiit'ii mjiiiu sqfjyMJi jub u lew constitutional conditions, and in Seems like you have gotten sleopv minutes before .she: passed away, order to cure it you must take un hero of lato. Your letter-ione "ilis grace "is! sufficient for me." internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh among tho first things we look for Sho asked she if she could sing Medicine is taken ir.terually and when we get tho dear old Signal. "There's A Land that is Fairer acts thru the blood on the muWm. Robinson is better at of the systom. Than 'Day; And by faith I can cous surfaces Died: April 17, Medicine was this writing. Hall's Catarrh bee it afar; And tho Father waits prescribed by one of the best the infant daughter of Mr. and over the way; To prepare us a physicians in th s country for Mrs John Allen and was laid to years. It is composed of some rest at Red Hill burying ground j of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best tho following day. blo.id purifiers. The perfect combination of tho ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medicino is what produces such wonderful For Infants and Children results in catarrhal conditions. Scud for testimonials, frco In Use For Over Years M conK I. Cheney & Co., Props., Tole- - Always bean ma-ter, t 11 -1- , . ,.a...:j: Holes Caused By Money Does money ? burn A bad holes in . your pockets money. habit for But perhars the fault is yours. Money that burns holes should be placed in a Savings Account, where it will accumulato rapidly. $100 11 starts YOUR account. 11 W I T II T II E LIVINGSTON, KY. Deposits 52,000 Capital $15,000 NOT TWO VICARS OLD VET Hill--Wak- e First State Bank 1 1 s mix 1 izia:xs2M i " :ocim fi CASTOR IA 30 &2A-- S Produce " WE WANT YOUR amWii.yaH ll. TTnwn'i Wmsh'' All Druggists, 7e Hall's Family stipation. Pills for con tr!i Signature ol m "PoTrttry ; "Kvdes E HOW IS YOUR COMPLEXION? A woman should grow more beautiful as she grows older and Miss Ruth Mullins was a guest sho will with due regard to baths, of her cousins, Mises Sallie and diet and exorcise, and by keeping Ada Mulling Sunday. Ben Mulher liyer and bowels in good lins is in Jackson this week. working order. If jou are hagJ. H. Mullins and son Forrester, gard and yellow, your eyes losing and Wm. Anderson were In Livand whites becoming ingston Monday on business and their lustre yellowish, your flesh flabby, it Jo see the trophy train. Wm. may be due to indigestion or to a Sympson, ot Berea, who is sell, sluggish liver Chamberlain's ing coffee for Arbucklo Bros , Tablets corrects these disorders. was with t' the merchants at this place TutUday. J. 11 Roberts' . !iul flu are a I FOR FLETCHER'S family wtift-hav- c better. bpeaktng of tho Level WITHERS Furs,Kinds of Country Feathers And All Phone CASH 02 WILL, PAY w R 'ZXE Produce Gott&Co MT. VERNON, KY. Ohlldren Ory CASTORIA i 17 ADVERTISE IN SIGNAL I FURNITURE We carry a full assortment and variety of styles and finish especially selected for the women who cares. If you are critical or particular regarding your home furnishing you will doubly appreciate our wonderful array of mer chandise. Take room by room and we easily excell in quality, in appearance, and durability. Our Bed Room We give you the Dining Rooms and Sitting Rooms reflect real personality and are in a class by themsel-ves-. We satisfy and leave a good taste. The season now opportunity of making 37our choice from a large variety. offers a splendid selection of Refrigerators. Oil Stoves, Rugs, Cabinets, Talking Machines, Player Pianos, Cedar Chests, and Karpen Upholstered Duofolds, Dayenettes, Chairs and Rockers. We invite you and your friends.,to .drive over and take a pleasure trip through our store. It will pay you big dividends. TT Bun gies II 0 J rrows Roofing Wl GALVANIZED Roofing delivered your station 29 ga. only 28 ga. only tor THE 2 Disc Harrows PHOENIX is in a class by itself. $47.50 14 Disc Harrows only only We have cheaper Buggies and can furnish you with anything you want. Come and lot us show you. We can convince you. $52.50 JO Disc $5.50 Srpjure Harrows $ $35.00 Sco us for Corn Planters. Drills, Kollors, Cultivators, Wagons, and all farm machinery. 5. 75 Square FENCE Top 4 ft. No. 459 Top 4 ft. No. 55 10 cents cents RE Wagons 21 in. Old Hickory Furniture NEWLY' WEDS always come to us for their pretty new furniture We have the largest assortment in Madison county. Have you been through our store ? NEW Complete Take our Brothers Brothers CAR DODGE Dodge advice $115. 3 in. Old Hickory and get your order in early if you want to be sure and get a Complete WE PAY THE $120. Wo can save you money on your rubber roof- FREIGHT , W E BE"R only ing also. Our prices are cheaper Lot us quote you $25.00 aco ROVER ON $5. morc Tho prico to you inolud'. ing the War Tax is A VISIT TO OUR 8TOKK will pay you big dividends TALKING MACHINES NOW IN $1,180. Make a deposit today nud guarantee delivory Getyour order in nowforthat Dode Car. This is the only way you can be sure WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE Be ii Kentucky Greatest Store ll COME SEEING IS BELIEVINC IN gY.