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Mount Vernon signal: May 2, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919050201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 2, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J' - r- PRINT 13 FADED .A 12h IJgLISHED EVERY FRIDAY x pt III Hill MT. VERNON, ! established; 1887. VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE ''COUNTY, KY.,FR1$ A. Y, MAY 2 1919ja-L- NUMBER 32 .'JWUMUW i I -- . i JN G" O Died, April 24th, Mrs Sophia iHeliard, wife of Mr S E. Hel- She had lard,. of this place. some lime been quite feeble for and at last her mind became nn balanced ar.d as a last resort, she was taken to Lexington where she died the 24th Her husband and friends went there and brought the remains back to her home and she was laid to rest in the family burying ground the 25th. She was 50 years old and had been a member of the Baptist church for year.,, Besides her husband sue leaves 4 children, one girl, Miss Luanda, three boys, Ben, George and Sam and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Mrs W. R. Ward and son, Glen, of Ravenra, have been visWng rela tives here the past week. Mrs. C. E R'ce, of Corbin, is viriting relatives here and at tirodhead this week Mrs. W. M. Brudv left to day to visit her motner, Mrs. W. R. Ward, at Ravenna Mr and Mrs. Daniel Ponder, of Brush Creek, are visiting Mrs Ponder's parents, Mr and Mrs. Mahlon Summer's. Uncle Allen Mounts is slowly improving a number of our citizens turned out last Saturday to witness the ball game between the Scout Team of Mt. Vernon and some of our youugsters The visitors in spite of their very evi dent lack of practice put up a much better game than the score of fifty-thrto twenty-eigh- t in favor of the home team would indicate and upheld the honor of the Scout organization by manly way in which they accepted defeat. This was the first g0rae of. the season for either team. The pjayiid . .QCMixtt M Vernon diamond Saturday, May 2nd. Niceley's;good work behind t'ne bat, yourigBallard's heroic efforts on the mound and Mulliris home run. go to the credit of the visitors, while Quinn's remarka ble catch in left field, Hilton's base running and clever work of ite JLI VI ION m S if! m day aud il Ioaves G- D- - Cotktaosday Koy Sowcler and Watt witnout a pump house, but one jiiigsny carae uouie tre hrst or will be'erected m the near iiiture. 't .o week, haviug bee'n discharged Tffotn Military Service. Mr. Cook has bpen pumping-her- e Both Sunday from overseas. thelast 4oye-rpox situation in this locality is ?eB rod head is soon to have a onlv a fuw cases at )iece band and it won't be lonoUintil it is making music, in fact present Morris and Stephen Proctor, ofjpije'can now UGar strange and sounds in every part of Quad, who have just returned-rfrom oversea, have been visiting i$wn. Prof. Leo C. Wright, of School, J. B. Haves this week. J. T.J. g Kentucky Band Omary, L. & N. Engineer, who ,o.uisville. has been here a grea fnr .. has been one cf our citizens for lvnart. nf thf timp .. cnnr;l several" j ears, has a position in ijvVfit'KS .completing the organiza-tt;-- n and instructing the new be- Louisville and will move his fam-- ' 5 . iiy tnere in a fnv days.' We dis gnners. We understand he will like to" give them up but our loss h succeeded as leader in the will be others' gain. C. H. aud i:.ar future by Prof. Fredeiick C. J Rice were in Mt Vernon 6 nith, who lias be.n at the head Monday. Mrs. C. L. Hughes is Oi a band at Palm Beech. Ha., in Cincinnati with, relatives J. I r the past winter, and who is a J. Lawrence, operator at Mb. graduate of the London ConservVernon, was 011 22 Saturday en atory ol music. We are mighty route to Corbin Jack, as he is "jf.ad that we will soon hnve Osgood familiarly known, informed ls jK.nd and "as Broduead ' is never that there were seve'al' iu Mt, second we feel sureJ,:at soon.the Vernon when he left the city in bo; s will be' making dti.-h'ifuar-fo- r s l T ChKdren ry for Fletcher's - The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature nf ' and has been made under his uer- S? Sxfs S7 jCrrJTTTTj- auna f supervision smce its lnlancy. . All Countsrfeits, Imitations and are but Experiment that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants aud Children Experience against Experiment, Just-as-goo- d" Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Faregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neithor Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age 3s its guarantee. For more ih.ji thlrtv years it has "been in co Jtant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Coli; and Diarrhoea; allaying Feerishaess arising thererrom, xd by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. ,the assimii-.tioThe Child! . a's Fanacea The Motherls Frien. -- What Is CASTORIA interest ot the reunion. Jack it. ti.usic The Commencemr-n- t ex- sENOSME v Clothes as an n a s.- asset ee do business better, and you'l! do a better business if you dress as if you' expected it It's quite OU'LL easy tosee..thaagpod lopjringik, of clothes may Jiave a' business value far beyond the price you pay for it. JXEXt-willJ- e.- . t, rltifrwmrnrair1 S.-E one of the- - many who Received their education at old Level Green and under the tutorship of that great educator, J N. Brown --7 Mrs J. H. Walton has; returned from Paris after a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. W.. Mann. We are linformed that a" piny last Sunday driving along the public highway in an auto came upon a pharasee'' trudging along at a very slow gait about a mile north of Pine Hill He in formed the driver that he was lost and in a strange country tUe 'driver to help him out The, driver bade him enter the cir and he drove him into his own country near Quail. We will not give any name'but if "Sining Bill' ' OweTi&fcees this hat wil and-aske- ercises of Brod.head Graded and High School will begin Saturday pveuing at Slp o'clock, when ''Hicks at College" will be presented. A small admksion of 10 and 20 cents will be charged; "Sunday at 11:00 o'clock the oac- ciiaureaie sermon will be preached by the Rev. O. P. Bush, of Georgetown, Ky ; Monday even- irg at 8530 will begin the gradu-aringexercis- 1ST ? n5 ALWAYS 2 Bears the Signature of M &cd&U 0 A Vftjirc The Rind You Have Always Bought K T. en bsb T. .. i rftr-iivfif-A- es THE CENTAUR COMPANY. MCVYORK CITY. the Eighth grade pupils; on Tuesday evening a well arranged program of ??& sa o0 X. d hi uo uauicu uuu uy tuu xi i- - : n.ary pupils; on Wednesday evening "Standing By'' will be presented by the High School pupils, admission will be 15 and 25 cents; ou Thursday evening be be car red out the "Class Day Program" v. oaeNttec)Qe(iao9tsiti'.iiiii(tiMi r99 vfj ?3rYv a stum une qt 08 ce a 3 o aa -a vvaaa AAl.AAAA..AAmAaAAAA AAA.. um ii so ea l tT"ai-- J ao -- oo C09 ohFriday'evening the Oratr- H. Hart Schaffner& Marx and Clothcraft Clothes The reason for our selling them and for your buying them is that in quality -- e5 Pefiingtonf of London, fiing" exercises, will lake' place. a very succsful p03 was- here last Sunday.---D. This closes 3 Magee. of Corbin, passed here school and had there been no 580 oaS Monday en route to Crab Orchard breaks oh account of the Flu it tis9 00 would have one ot - MJlft 3G3 oeo" s WW a. a- -. a- - a a I MEAT, dt Sugar, fy . LARD, v Coffee, C'annt'tl (jroods. r ; . iresh Fruits ana eiretaoies. a Brady, Livingston's sensatiouaf 1io materials; in tine finish; in Iirely snappy style, they give you a lot more than any other clothes .you can buy of all-wo- ol SUTTON &McBEE LEADING CLOTHIERS nntstsinrlinn features of the work of the home team. All of boys did excellent work and we feel safe in say-ins- : that Livingston lias three or four youngsters that will "come up to anything of their size on any ball diamond in this end of the State. Mrs. G. S Griffin and children, were visiting relatives at Mt. Vernon Thursday and Irifl nitr'hpr-tt'i- r Friday. Sometimes the darkest morning turns out lo be the prettiest day and sometimes the finest prospects are easily bhted. So with the fruit crop in this locality. A week ago we had the finest prospect of a large crop cf Mrs. W. S. Singleton has returned from Paris where she- had been visiting her sister, Mrs. L. M. Oliver. Mrs. J. B. Haves is spending a few days at Winches ter with her daughter, Mrs. Edd Quinn. Mrs. George Smits has returned from Corbin after a few davs visit with relatives. Mrs. Rosanna Gra e.s, who has been quite sick for some time, is slowly improving. Revenue officers made a raid Tuesday in the vicinity of Hazel Patch and captured a moonshine still and took it to London. They also arrested a woman and took her to Loudon. The man who was running the still got away. - been the most eo successful schools ever held &a 00 bore. ' We Understand that the OSQ e.S9 p.esent faculty have been employed- for the next term and '3B ve are sure this will meet with OJG 'SR the hearty approval ot every saa patron in the district. The pub 359 lie is cordially invited to attend "Ot3 S4 t93 the closing exercises. OS0 .) 'S eeO ... &MEAL -- and in fact everything that is g kept in an up to date Grocery FLOUR ). - -- a.. -V8aa-' WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF - Merv's and Boys' ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS from a genuine Panama down to the lowest OVERALLS 0tt SSa 6Ca DO YOUR BEST. Everyone should do all he can to provide tor his family and in ordtr to do this he must kfep h's physical system in the best ao aes cas 003 so eg oa ea priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a live and let live price. P. S; When you en me in you canf fail to see our SO to WO COUNTER, a is brim full ot bargains for every housekeeper. 9fiM. a- - - w. eoo 8 Dry Cleaning and Dyeing CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC Parcel Post Send SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS almost all kinds of fruit but to day we haven't any Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Owens and family motored to the Sayers neighborVia hood Sunday and returned before night after leaving, home at 1 p. LOUISVILLE, KY. m. That is what we call going AVE. 617 FOURTH some. Miss Laura Hiatt, oi Mt. Known all over America Vernon, has returned home after a few days visit with Miss Talett Griffin. There was tosbe a meeting in Mt. Vernon last Saturday of the Level Greeners, to perfect arrangements for the reunion at Level Green. We are very sorry that we could nop be there, but our better half was quite sick and we could not attend. We hope there was a good crowd and trust the uecessaryarrangements were made for a great day at that place. had to dopart of the cooking and the results is ? Because they get better imagined than described, for one half the men will not eat satisfied their own cooking and as for me See my new GROCERIES and my I can't boil water without'scorch-in- g low prices. Compare them with all it. We are glad to say the others. Bring me your conntryjiams Madam is better 'now and the and get cash lor them, r h grub businesses O. K. 'We un-- : FRESH MEATS. Come in on derstand that-J- P. 33. Diummond Wednesdays. has purchased aliome'in Astt-- Miss Ella punn-WNBHot and cold lunches served daily. 'ville, N. C, and will close, out his was in Louisville last week on business here and J make t his fu- business. Our good friend; Jast I need as well as I solicit your trade. Yours ture home in that", city, John N" Maret, of Winchester, Estopped, Clak,:has, sold Jus. .property here a,lew minuxes nere C3&t.uruay:;on vl to S." A". Humbler Cashier ;toftliS hlf 'wrf tp :Mrefion eme, arisji xnijyuutvt fjano. ,auu win mqvo iwarei IS "iUW, to Ashville, N tor. tlonrTlown J- - m'! Pairifor-- ' ".house liere burned ddwn"Satur- - Ws uei; fjf.om fiKhfora6d Ky.--Mrs. Skidmore'sj WHERE THE CROWD GOES WHY 1 RESTAURANT! We-hav- e canditton possible. No one can 'fm eaaoeaa9aaaaanaaea3aaaaaeee 4afcadaaaaaaa reasonably hope to do much when he is half sick a good share of the time. If you are constipated, bihaus or troubled with OCT rirltlVaDMATI get a package Of, CHOOLw iiiui-tiiu- vu iStLKUL. Chamberlain's Tablets and fol- P. E Shiver was recently vis low the plain printed directions, iting ms son. Ezra Snivel aH Enroll Now For the Spring Term aud you will soon be feeling alWhite Wood, J. R.Accounting Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, ClAil Cass, and daughters, Mesdames right and able to do a day's Service, Penmanship, Correspondence and kindred subjects work. J. M. Roberts and Bronston Elder COURSES LATENT IMPROVED METHODS, and son', Robert Cass, were in PREPARE TODAY FOE THB. B'ATTLKS OF LIFE Danville shopping recently. FOR FLETCHER'S Mrs. Walter Smith returned to Somerset Schooi of Business, Somerset, Ky. home in Winchester lajt her weeic after spending a few days " " "" ua.Liirs3cMaMaceaa ' jsl aag; 'i'jl'ihttt-ti-- -' I' "nr with her parents,.; ,Mr. and Mrs J. M. Owens. Mrs; P. A. ahel-ton- , and sons,' TLedcard - and Reece Shelton,- wer,e in Boston and Louisville .'recently. Since our last letter the Rev. T. C-Duke closed a iO days5 meeting1 at the Baptist church- - here swjth (& 24 additions to the. churchi8 for bapl'ism Miss Thelma Pillc-.enton, of Corbin, was h;re yi(h I friends 'a few days last wee'k.. Mr. a'nd Mrs. J. R. Cass, and -. son, Willie Cass, were in Louisville one day last week shopping Miss Nannie Bryant, of Cor bin, was a. recenuyishor ,of Miss . Anna. Belle Smith.- - in the Hiatt ar u section.'L Miss Ella Belle New- ' lat land- - spent last'' Thursday aifdji ITriday in Danville the guest of coas909C3DSi;stjeyc5csaa5ec 'tsoiesttasi4aeai3o9teao M w Slain imi On West Street s Saa a.. ! - BR O D'HEAD 1 BUSIRESS Children- Or CASTORIA .' ' -- lj. - Wh y orry j ."- 'Qydr' planning your new buiilding Let rne assist you, My twenty years experience in planning and building homes- is at your L) - w' I Frit' xxz W. H. Skidmore ! Opposite th Post Office 2X ..? mm M kfiJTIV. Tf "-j. - zxx - .:-- -t ,- s WE BUILD. ANYTHING .ANYWHERE rmjj IfOR I service. 13. K -- ILDIN - -tl i'Vi. .- - : ; ?r fii 3. ffirattffljas iSviSSSSiafc-friiiErCri'.-tts- Tr"r?Jtflr:rtitiim in ,r- - 'vtTTim i"' .xi' -- : - ' 'w '' irtrfoirnnrlreftr i'I wiri nTtfiiiii wrv; vr'?. mummvmatmmmm'ttrrm nw ,4 MtVernonSfghal Bowling Green, is being mentioned for temporary chairman. Tne..conv.ncion is to be called to Friday, May 9, 19 1 9 order at 2 o'clock in the af ter-on by K .P. blank's," of Owens Ptiblishtd every Friday by buo.chaiiman of .the State Re EDGAR S. ALBRJGhl. publican State Central and Executive Committees. Delegates to $1.0 have the Government depart- the convention are to be named SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAK ments understand what the'peo-pl- e in county mass convention to be Advertising rates maue' known on The want and to have the 'different held Saturday, May 10. application affairs in such shape that wh n form of voting in these convenCongress is called into extra hes tions, with few exceptions, is to MKMBKR OP sion there will be a little timu be viva voce. Based ou one deleKENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION lost as possible in getting mut- gate for each 100 votes or fracters before the proper commitUes tion thereof amounting to fifty or and having the work lined up for over cast for the Republican can: them So many reques and pe- didate and electors in each countitions should have the desired ty at the 19 1 6 presidential elec effect in "speeding up" affairs if tion, there will be 2,414 delegates there is anything in the saying at the State Convention. The We are authorized to an t that there is might in numbers. number necessary for a choice n question to name them a 1. There is no real fault finding, it is not'-that-, because un derlyirig" all the petitions and re quests the explanation is. made that those sending them under stand that Congress is not-i-n ses sion, but what is wanted is to !s Oat of the worm. Ve at e making" this fight for second; to bring the bovs ?j Hiiiriffi)fi?iilil!lli-littfiinrjiiH- l the Victory,- - Loan first; to save .'the reputation of our Goverh-ruen- t, homer to their dear ones, third; that the whole world may know that had the war las red fir some jears, we would have been able to endure its horrors and have men and money leftrnhus showing the world that the United Stales of America is a country that- - will have peace for ever or conquer the world. Mr Man, 'no matter what your vpea tion is in life, you are an Amen-- J can citizen, and it is your patriot ' 1c duty to jbuy a bond and talk bonds and help put. the "Victory Loan over the top. will be 1,398 W. T. SEORT as a candidate for State Senator in the STANLEY ANN EDGE PAIR. 17th Senatorial District, subject to the SUG3ESTJ0N FOR A A Washington telegram says: action of the Republican party" at its CAMPING TRIP. It is rr ported hete that Senator-e'ec- t primary election on August 2, 1919. A. O Stanley, of Kentucky, Buy a bottle of Chamberlaia's Walter E Edge, Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy beand Senator elect ANNOUNCEMENTS of New Jersey, are arranging a fore leaving home. As a rule it We are authorized to announce HON. E. BULLOCK senato ml pair under the terms cannot be obtained when on a as a cadidate for Representative from of which both will continue to hunting, fisVt'ng or prospecting the Seventieth Legislative district, com serve as governors of their re j trip. Neither can it be obtained posed of Rockcastle and Laurel coun speci-Jvstates until their guber-iWbi!- e on board the cars or steam-nato.ties, subject to the action of the Repub terms expire Stanley's j ships and at such times and lican party at its primary election on term as governor of Kentucky places it is most likely to be August 2, 1919. -- Your Patriotism The higher type of patriotism is not measured by what you can afford.' It is what you cannot afford that counts. He cannot afford to lose an arm, or a leg, or his sight but he iid. Now he!s back here aM BH fflffllH I mLw down to business. Be prepared for action that is want- Jersey will end next January. ed soon." In those words may Stanley is a Democrat and' Edge be summed up the demand that is a Republican. The alleged is now being made upou the Ad- agreement simply would mean ministration, Congress and official that Kentucky and New Jersej Washingtoa in general in the would be represented in the Senform of "requests and petitions ate by one senator each until that are arriving thick and last at next January. The political conWhite House and all Government trol of the Senate would not be Departments. They ate coming in any way changed, however, from all sections, from every owing to the fact that they are line of business, from agricultur- of opposite political faith. It is al associations, chambers of said the reasons why the two de commerce, boards of trade, etc., sire to serve out their terms as irrespective of politics or political 'governojs are very mticn the parties.. The Railroad Adminis- same and are founded on a desire tration is asked for a reduction to prevent cojitrpl of their states going to antagonistic factions. in travel rates; the Pnstoftica is petitioned to rescind MAY BE D&-partme- Get next December and" needed. Edge's term as governor of New it with you will expire what is left of him. Today, -- in uniform, a hero; to The safe way is to have morrow, in civilian clothes ' what "" ul that is, am 1 right, if youTI cigarette papers and with a jimmy pipe or nail some Prince Albert for packing ring-i- n 1 SAY, you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll 2 ..yrx; rofecSS-tSrat-e JtA' lilJJl MWrKtfCTPg3ggjy neyer will ? ' v "peak-of-pleasu- """ J its action in raising the telegraph charges; action is wanted on the investigating so as to know whether the packers are in combine in upholding the price of meats in fact, there are so toany subjects upon which a rule and action is wanted that it meat-packin- a g BETHURUM CHAIRMAN. Judge B. J. Bethurura, . is being.tipped tor the post of permanent, chairman of the Republican State Convention' to be held at Lexington May 14, -- t, -- while Judge McKenzie Moss, of If you can't afford to help this man , whose sleeve uow hangs limp and empty at his sider-wpioks.his. faltering way with an DEEENS-E- whose unaccustomed crutch Some of our most .prominent eyes see only the blackness of v citizens have join eh in making a eternal night if you can't afford fight for the "Yjctory Liberty to Jend.bima hand in his struggle Lean. This is the fifth tme back to a career of industrial, that we have been called upon usefulness if you can't afford to to do this work for ourcou'ntty. .lend your money, every red cent It means more to help finance that you can dig up, to encourage the Government of our country him to feel that ' life still holds at this time than it ever did b-mach-.fo- r him of brightness, tore. ; N promise and accomplishment if . Victory in this instance means' vfiu can't; Jifford to do this, what tbat'our men, free jnJth&.riame of American patriotcans; the sea and ism can you afford? What sacrihaye: by their daring deeds of fice that you can possibly make bravery defeated, whipped and for htm is comparable with the ubdijed Germany, the. strongest sacrifice that he hjs made fo Military power1 in the world. This means 'that we ;bave sown theseedstrffDemooraoys. in urope," and instead of xmtocracy, Democracy .will dominate the COUNCIL OF NATIONAL w It rests, with you ? ho to until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the,, you land square on that Prince Albert ! JWell, sir, you'll be so happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide open! Talk about smoke-spor- t! . Quality makes Prince Albert so . wise-u- p high-spot-smoke-- Just between ourselves, you re all-fir- ed appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands out! P. A. can't bite or parch! Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process! Right now 'while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what oils your r. particular amokeappetite I -- fcy Copyright To6aco( R.J. Ktrnoldi lll tidy red tint, handtomm ooand and kalfooand tin humidortanj that clotty, practical pound eryttal sjatt humidor with tpongm moitttntr top that kttpt thm tobacco in iuch porfoct condition. 6ov J R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, J! Winton-Sale- m, N. C NOTICE. Road overseers Vernon at once 11 and two portable on pike. return to Mt. wheel scrapers forges fohuse . ".. born-Amer- if KIP'1 "BpllfllSi mmW?Z3KmuW-rnt- Bottb!& P E R U N A -- have-crosse- d Chas P. Bradbury, Cou n ty. Road -- Engineer Eatirdy Free from ,Catarra of the Steaock -- 'FOR WEAK STOMACH As a general ' rule a'l you need to do is. to adopt a diet suite i to our "age and occupation- and to ' koep ouf bowvls" regular; When you feel that yon have eaten too much and when" constipated, take one of Chamberlain's Tablets. A - ' ; so Wmh 'M.- - Writes Tnia& has positively don for mo nkat maMT doctors faUed aad .da. I have been timemy agaia compeUed to take to bed tor days. The first bottle of Feruxut relief and tehlle I s, fare It In the house for always aatlrely I cemslder- atyseU mttmr'k, tree troa eatazrh.eC the X suftha trouble from which fered for ao long before tnVIng t emerg--encfe- - thj-remed- Rapids, Mich. Mr. TaiBarem.' Entrlneer. fl. R.&.I.Ry., 17 Highland. St Qraa4. SJaaji TsMe Pwrn SH Krcrrwae ASc Tear Dealer SHI O t! -- Out vjjs " SALE . .. t. ,,-..;- . ; .'.' - -- ?.v ,t -. " ' BBBsTaak v- - - . . .. , . .B . . , '."--- a v-.xi.- -..' Beginnin g Saturday, May 3rd Hats, Entire ings, Underwear, Hosiery, Notions, Wall Men's and Bioys' Everything; in Dry h . ... stock of Dry Goods Shoes, "V " Caps; Men's and Ladies' FurnishPaper, Floor Coverings, Overalls; Clothing. Goods Store BeSBSSBS fSBBBBBTi - r- 1 E v:erhing m ust go. y. " nn c Mmmmmmw BBBSSB a t ' j - ' "s vji- - j PEDRUMHOND t!f4p "" r 'a Special Prices at Grocery Store - t : ; I A- - Jt - . vV J- - -- . ' : - V , LWS j j-- l t ' - JsVaVBBa. fW WL B 3C- - v VH " ,V 'i'ErJt-- : m - -- jr- ,. .,; ..-.'e- "-" "-- p , T'iisisw','j,"J.fi7:"'.-r- - . . s ',-- 9 V h - V. rr Mx. ViBNONf iSss&sz&Lsiaia&m W. M. Sowder sold E. B. Cox a cow and calf for $$0. saem z fe ggigjg ijiiiwwiiiMff"aaa avjQggalsassg m a& 'MtVcrjapiL Signal ALL FOR REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION. Republicans op ft' ' . '' - y -- f . ' bmamSSSSX. WWD'i3 -'-- -- To the cards "of thanks, NEED" KaTv May Rockcastle County: 1919 ec , are charged for at the rate meet in Mass You are called to of 5 ctS per line. Those desiring tap No;Tr9 wenWJ Convention at the court house in J7 such notices will be governed acwaot toOommunt xaa wlthaiQNAL Mt. Vernon at one o'clock p. m., cordingly. standard time, Saturday, May" 10 Next Friday and Saturday, roig, for the purpose of selecting May 9 and 10, will be held the nineteen- - delegates from this County examination for Eighth county to attend the Republican !" & grade pupils, who expeqt to enter State Convention which will be High school in September. This 'held in fcbe city of Lexington on Leuisvtux & SASMVHXE R. Co. is a very important examination thei4thdayof May, i9i9. TIME TABLE. and all students, who expect to ....... 4.5 p enter High school should be on The object of said State Con22 :tiortti... ...... .... 3:35 am hand on those days and take this vention is the adoption of a plat ..24 ;hortn .......... form of principles, which the . KY. 23 south 12:35 p m examination. ;..-Republican party will ask the 12:45 a m 21 South .....' War Work contributors who voters of Kentucky to support -Jas.Xandrum, Agent. have not paid up their pledges, at the coming November election, Phone No. 8. are asked to do so at once. The and to recommend to the RepubMttVer&OBr Ky. Poitoflice headquarters have asked for it licans of the State after considerEntered at the u 6tcon(J'Isi hi31 matter. and every one making, a pledge ation, candidates for the;, various should see that the amount is State officers to be nominated at PERSONAL paid at once. There is some- the August Primary of this year. We urge the Republicans . of thing like $800.00 yet unpaid. - Miss Gladys, Thompson, of Those who do not pa.y th&local the county to attend the Mass" Woodstock, is visiting, relatives treasurer, their names will be Convention and extend to each at this place. sent to the State treasurer, who and all an earnest invitation to E. T. Fish, of Berea, was in will make collections from that do so. We want to make this town(oday looking after some pointy meeting the opening of the cambusiness affairs. paign for the coming November Mr. Joseph A. Parrett. age 79 AlLogan Bryant and John election.' We will have present SUG bright drove two new Fords years, and the father of our a number of prominent Republithrough from Cincinnati yester- townsman, Neal Parrett. died can speakers who will entertain Monday at. his home near Pine day. the Convention. Hill, after a short illness. Al L. W. Bethurum, John Ramsey will go toBrod though the deceased was sick and look more neatly dressed in our Chairman, Republican County head Monday and begin laying only a tew hours, yet for many Committee. READY MADE GARMENTS the brick on R. H. Hamm's new years he had been a sufferer of a' residence. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Compare these prices with the- - coat of material aad "! trouble which had long since be KOCKCASTXE CIRCUIT Em me tt Bullock, another Roc k come chronic, wbichcaused him expense of making: COURT. castle boy, who saw service in great suffering at times and SilK Skirts, fashionable lines France, arrived liome yesterday-- a which had puzzled several of the. John Owens aud "" free man again. . ,; and well made best physicians. The hjirial took Others, Plaintiffs, Cossie D. Sutton has been in place at the bnrying ground near Skirts in Pique vs : .Notice of Commissioner's Cincinnati this week purchasing Sand Hill. v "". and Gaberdine more goods for their - extensive Sale. The "Home Coming at Level Roy Owens Main Street store. and Embroidered Voil 1.50 Green on June 26, 1919, is being Others. " Mr. and, Mrs Oscar Wallen Defendants. looked forward to by hundreds Silk By virture of a judgment and have moved, to Lebanon' J unction. of men and women ''who spent Wallen is working- - for the order of sale ot the Rockcastle M.r. Georgette their boyhood and girlhood days Circuit Court, rendered at L & K. and .runs out of that its . thet old school playing around 1.25 ;...-February term 19 197 intheabove j .. house, conducted by that dear Louis M. Miller expects to sro" old teacher, Jasper Browu. We styled case, I will offer ioi iSale..! House Presses hack on the road June 1st for the are all going to have .those days at the front door of the Court BoysfWliSuhsli--25k5- Q House, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to Upjohn Co.. the" people for whom played over again June he was working wjien.he joined Please don't forget the date. We the highest and best bidder, at Inviting Your Inspection, ' " .the army, Will have out hand bills later public auction, on Monday,1 May EditorE. C . Walton, and Rowan. on railing your attention again. 5th, I919, between the hours of Saufleyj f'STanford, paicT us a It has been 'suggested that a 1.1 o'clock a. "m. and 3 o.'clock p. KENTUCKY m., on a credit of six monthVthe short visit last Sunday We ai welcoming address be given by ways welcome these delightful Atty. J. W. Brcwn, of Mt. Ver- following described tract of land' gentlemen to our town. non, Ky. Committee. . ..I A tract of land in Rockcastle Corporal Robert R. Arrington, A personal letter recaived from of Euntington, West Va., was a our good friend, T. P. E. Drum County, Kentuckj, on Wiggins creek, waters cf Dick's river fifuestof Mrs. Mattie Mullins last mond, says: and bounded and described as The women have a hundred week. He has just returned from "On Dr. H. V. Pennington's follows: small garments to be made at overseas after eight months ser- advice.as a friend and doctor, he the workroom by May 15th. It Bounded on the north' by the vice. advised myself and wife to go to is hoped that every Red. Cross M. C. Williams came over from a higher and drier climate. The lands of Levy Denney and the worker will come in and ' help heirs of Albert Albright, on the Somerset last Saturday morning flu left us both in a weakened con- east by the lands of the Sayers complete this job. This is the to spend the day with his mother, dition and we were likely to fall heirs; on the south by the lands last work that they will have and Mrs. Mary Williams, who cele- victim to anything, but no imme- of Sayers' heirs, and on the west it is hoped that every body wul anni- diate danger that he could see. by the lands of Eugene Gentry, be in at the finish. There has brated her. seventy-sixtJohn Williams, J. D. Hamm, and versary on that day. We went to Ashville N. C., and George Albright, .deceased, and never been a garment that was Jamie Thompson, who .saw stayed a month and I gained 10 is the same land owned and oc- made by the women of, this Chapnearly a year of active service pounds and my wife gained noth- cupied by Esquire William Owens, ter that was returned or reported in France, went "over the top' ing and lost nothing. We have deceased, at the time of his death in other than Class A one. Of and more than once; arrived home decided to go to Ashville to live. Jess. contains 16o acres more or this every worker should feel From this boundary there is yesterday with: his discharge. I had a doctor in Ashville exam- excluded about three acres which proud. When this job is finished He is glad to have done his part ine me iust before I left there and was sold by said Wm. Owens to including what knitting that we but is still happier to be he pronounced me sound as a dol- Margaret Roberts, and the same have on hands a' final report will Judge R. G. Williams, of Cov- lar. So you see how it goes. I is bounded as follows: Beginning be made on the activities of ington, was here last Saturday am going tho' and if you don't at a stone on the south side ..of the Rockcastle County Chapter, the road; thence S. to a spring to join in the celebration of his watch I'll come back to old Rock- branch; thence with the branch and we wish to have all: work mother's seventy-sixt-h birthday. castle to live and die. I expect to the County road; thence with ers present at the 'Red' Cross While here:he.said, "I am always to leave may 28, or 29." said road to the beginning. work room to have their .pictures We certainly regret to lose Mr. delighted to be back home, for The purchaser will be required made, a copy of whick will be Rockcastle is one of the dearest and Mrs. Drummond. and sincere- to execute bond with approved sent in as a part of the history places on earth to me. I see a ly hope that his threat that he will surety for- the purchase price, of this Chapter's work during spirit of progress in this county come back to old Rockcastle some bearing legal interest from day the war Whatever may be said day, will certainly prove true. of sale till paid, and having the about the ,work done by the never observed before". Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Lillard, of There will always be a cordial force and effect af a judgment. Rockcastle County Chapter, noth ing but words of praise can be G. S. Griffin, Lawrenceburg, attended the an- welcome awaiting: him and his Master Commissioner Jttockcastle said about the work, done by the nual meeting of the association most estemable" wife. women of this county. Circuit Court. of Surgeons of the Southern ROCKCASTLE COUNTY It goes without saying that The Whippet Tank has come they will make an effort and finRailway Company which met STOCK PENS. and gone and those who witness- ish this small job in the work April 23 and 24 at New Orleans, Rockcastle County at last has ed the maneuverings of that won- room within the allotted time. La. They stopped in Chatta- a home market for live stock derful piece of mechanism, can SHERIFF'S LAND SALE nooga, Tenn.r a couple of days which is a great asset to the now understand why it was the FOR TAXES. and visited the Lookout Moun- county. Monday April 21, the devilish Huns were so panicstrick-en-, " 1, J. .S Iiangford, 'Sheriff of tain and other interesting places first sales weje made in the new in those battles where the Rockcastle Co'unty, Kentucky, or Mrs. Lillard is a daughter of pens Every tank played such an important one of my deputies, will" on the at Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullock of one was very much surprised at part Regardless of the down- 20th day of May, iSi9, (same be... the first day of the Rockcasthis county. and shown in pour of rain, a fairly good sized ing County Court) 'between the the interest taken tle the live stock market. Cattle, crowd saw the tank here Wed- hpurs'Ofi9r-'6oloc- k a. m., and 4 LOCAL the front door hogs, mules and horses weie on nesday. Bonds solds on that day o'clock p. m.,-ain Mt. Vernon, Next Monday is Circuit Court. the market at good prices both amounted to about $10,000. The of the courthouse for sale to the Kentucky, offQr for buyer 'and seller. previous sales andjthose solcUeince highest bidder the following Be sure toiattend. Drummond's This first market has shown brings the 'county's total, up to tract of inp'recinqt number Big ClosingjOut Sale, beginning. the people of Rockcastle County about $35,000, leaving more than 3, in said county and. state and Saturday Mayrd- that County Stock .Pens are valu-ble- ; $35,000 yet to raise to make' the adjoining the lands of .James Taylor to satisfy the tax and cost t better live stock;-i- full quota. " Three dwellfiags.for salcinXiv-ingston. 1915, X91O1 for the years-191SeerIn demand. . Thp picnic ar rang'e"d"ior i9i7raod 19thsj4)tti;name I.ELJl Bhdmmond.. . Better bulls, bucks, boars, Rkrhardsoglirs by 'the ' 'Baptist" Sunday; of Jf jacks and stallions are.noiv being eight acres. .Total tax andrDry Goods Store Grocery School, will "be postponed two looked forward to. Better siresJ and cost, $1 2980 weeks, on accqunttof the weather.. for sale at .Livings torn See stock--, TibXangford, n0PP better J. TL E Drummond. meanssome live Those, in charge Tegrefeveryr Sheriff,Rtcfccteifeottnty ofour neighboring that Kvervtfctrtiris being put In counties will ring us some pure much IP disappoint' the little folks. , but ra ORSALE rtadiness forrbe convicts, who1 bred registered shorthorn bulls as. well aa the grown-upsmember that it iscomingjust' Poultry farm, idU--bhere May 15th, lo .begin to be sold and remain, in county. iz:jrres with the,:sams in'two weeks.. mjles gpt4:,buiiBfS. work on our roads. , Rockcastle wants the best sires Wyandotte"" Hi Vernoa; 3 e milefrom Bcod. Fp Sale: White stock line She wants "The old Jail reiedce is being in ' x8q. ; fitted up in condition for. the con- - registered sires sires with blood. eggs, rtttiBi5for MSS. GUS STAVKESpK, - ; Robt. F. Spence, victg A Stete iospjecor, who is a05 3.'AlaWMir;9t.Mt. yroa, KjjS . .County Agent, K. here today, say g, it .will .Any AW fr f. a ittoiaaaporu, Ind. Bre,sKy. X&UA. V. i. ' ri' Tnin rf .." &r r 1 fc? J Obituaries, 79 -- .. WE MENTION THAT WE ARE READYTO ASSIST YOU? -- iv e r y young fellow likes the hew Waist R- - First State Bank LIVINGSTON, Capital Deposits - $15,000.00 54,000:00 YES! COMING? Seam Models i . k THOUGHTFUL BUYING GESTS THAT YOU CAN SAVE. MONEY, TIME AND LABOR We have them -- " $450 Moderately Prided : M--J m I . Wash 2,75 Waists " -- -- Bunalosprons Waists Waists 3.00 4.00 , j pCSi'-.ij- i nvlr flHlHr -- 125 26-i9- ig. . KIS-'WSu.piwCVPiS- JOHN ROBINS NOTES. Brodhead THE. CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS to-wi- t.: RED CROSS El a -- THE TROPHY TRAIN AND WHIPPET TANK HAVE COME and GONE . h -- at-hom- TheWar Disappeared The Clouds Have ' And Is Over x ti e. - Armours URD - WHITE CLOUD I -- has risen to the ceiling; in the rear of Rider's Store. to help to take care of the high cost of living in this section of the country. ; f K;. t -- When in the market for anything in . the . and-tha- s -- 4, 4 Feed or Grocery Line r-"5 " B.-C- 1 coo-tainin- g -- Gall oh e, W of phone me and get my prices before buying. . fi-or- a the-liv- - b0. J H -- . :y ' ,1"v ' ' "'?rr.!!i '.. , W's? - 4i; jv " -- J. JSjM,. ' K l t -- r"-r .. - 5 w ,i &r , a, .. ,j 1 r ..' , .A Tn n.rfwrirwrtfirfri - - f .y: IUiiijVjJI nut ..iiliHUilil .. MIMIIII l',;"' ' tll'U-J wMmrFFJrrto' '' tfFM4a?2Ia2iW mm funrnKH . 'lu'UMHIlti..,; lllV I. 'IJHI1M! M eMLT.H. fi-- R- S u 'Hi! 1 I 1 ni iii i bW "mmi ra .. Ben M'3'lir.s was in Richmond Monday - Mrs. Louisa Aliens' f vn?lv flr 'nft.er after beinjr cm-f- i aascstt-J- t" tmUmhitii iiranswms --. SJ .1 " J X H If your fiocr? are looking worn or dingy, try" refinishing them vitH HANNA'S LU5TRO-F2NI5Precto: jYou'U be surprised at the results. Bright, lustrous and beautiful floors appear, best of all, you can apply this handy product your self. Just get a can and nut it on as vou . ii would varnish. fc.quai- - KSSSs ly good for wood- work and furniture. Made To , Come, in all Walk i&s' ural wood r.rlnr;. . H - t r'1? 5 " H ft? AdP' -- ji!Vi MMi i'ifei J Mim '7 8 I I H l KJtl -- yrrr XTZyy' jkjsy XgS2. t. -- er'' SOLI) UY 's lrfpif J..i- S I -- StVJ " ' Ji?& XL"5?K ' 'tf LtUife ' ' ' &5iW mmm n WT B. Simmon aai.fms airerrr'gg SCTM&M-araaanrT--gsrf- MT. V to &Y. P"ndor, daughferofRev" Hujrhie Ponder at the home of the bride April 24h. -- Mr. and Mis Estill Muilrhs were the guests of his parents? Mr. and Mrs. J H Mullins Saturday nijjlit. Mrs. Grover Price and little daughter, Sl!ie, of In d., have been guests of Mrs Fred Mullins for a few Mrs. Ben davs Mullins and chPdreri. were guests of Mr. Mattie Mullins Saturday and Sunday. Ben Mullins is in the western part of' the county this week. There has bean very lit-ti- e corn,, planted in this part The fruit is all killed in this part and gprden stuff considera bly dnmasred by the recent frost. W. B. Eld ridge, representing the Rrown Manufacturing Co , of Greenville, Tenn., was with the merchants here a few days ago. will be services at Red Hill Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. . Rovey Mul-liiMr. and Mrs. Fred Mnllins visited Mrs. Price at Level Green -s. ed'Jor several days with Albert Morris, son of Janios Morris and. Miss Ln)a HOW'S THIS-- . We offer One Hundred-Eollar- B Keward for any case of Catarrh" tbat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers tor the past thirty-fiv- e j ears, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucods surfaces xpflli'-the poison from the blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a 'short time you will see a greatimprove uient iu your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at once aud get rid of cat arrh Send for testimonials, free F.J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c . . little village. We hope tbat ihe program may be fully carried out and thab it will be an enjoya ble day. Wm. H. Brown, O. L. Hatcher and Edd Brown were in Mt. Vernon Monday to see the Trophy train. Mrs J. M. Broy-les- , of Plato, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs D M. Cress. Mrs Wm H. Brown has been visiting relatives at Bandy for a few days. Miss Rose Gentry is down from Willailla this week. Brinkley Lathiin has returned from oversea service. Miss QAn XHE'firstmove battle of life Is made when sav- - Jewell Bloomor, of Ocala, spentlast week with tne family of her brother, Chailey Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Vanhook, of Ocala, spent Sunday with Mrs. O I. Mullins. We promise Withers to try to be more punctual hereafter about our writing. - will educate you financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and happiness lJ fhink rf f Cil in begins It LEVELGREEN The corn. Floyd Gentry has been visiting hts parents here this week. He has just returned from oversea Mr. and Mrs W. J. Brown and Miss Eadye Bailey, ot Crab Orchard, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown Easter Sunday. Miss Viola DeBord was home from Berea last week. The family have been very side with flu. R.' H Browns' house and contents were destroyed by fire Sunday. szLissmx- n F r fc B high standard this set for itself in the. conduct of its business is a protection 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 BANK THE ba-n-k MWMMMHBaBassaaMwreatrfM our appreciation for the friendship so perfectly expressed in words of sympathy and deeds of kindness by so many kind hearted people, during the recent illness and death of our dear wife and mother. . So noble and generous were the deeds, that we are left to think that our efforts were too feeble and words inadequate to really express our sympathy. To. Mrs. Rice we tender special last Friday. Miss Pearl Ander- thanks for the nice wreath of son, of Winchester, is visiting fl nvers, which with lowing hands her brother, W. E. Anderson. were placed on the casket, and Mr and Mrs. Geo. Bray and to Mr. Cottengim, who took adchildren, spent last Sunday, with vantage of "rendering special serher parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. vice. May the God tof all grace Thompson. Miss Essye Brown reward, in a degree that we can .'has returned from a very pleas not, those who wrought such ant visit at Crab Orchard. Mrs. loving deeds. Lura Price, and little daughter, S. E. HlLLARD AND CHILDREN Sallie, of Judson, Ind.is here on ABOUT RHEUMATISM. Mr. ard an extended visit. People are learning that it is Mrs. F. E. Mullins and Vic Price, of Mullins Station, spent only a waste of time and money to take medicine internally for Sunday with Mrs. M E. Price. Miss Myrtle Kidd is able to re chronic and muscular rheumatism out of a up in her room after such a long and about ninety-nine illness. Mr. and Mrs. Henry hundred cases are one or the Todd, of Bandy, and Mr. and other of these varieties. All Mrs. H. G. Isaacs, and children, that is really necessary to afford of Elgin, were guests of Mr. aud relief is to apply Chamberlain's Try it. It Liciment freely. Mrs W. E. Anderson Sunday. very much interested in costs but 35 cents per- - bottle. We are' the reunion that is ;to beatou Large Size 60 cents. m m mum MHBiMEaMMKaHaagpBaga 1 planting farmers aie very busy hearts that It CARD OF THANKS. is indeed with grateful we express here-in S TJQLBJL Every deposit made with us is a step toward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to it Bank of Mt. Vernon H TV 4 Sreiggy o T- -Hf tl ! 9 ! Produce Eggs Poultry, Hides Furs,Kinds of Country Feathers And All WE WANT YOUR 8 Phone CASH 02 WILIv PAY W. R ZN Produce 0 Gott& Co MT. VERNON, KY. SX25aZXZ ADVERTISE IN SIGNAL 1 " . - . . . , . . : . . ' . .1.' . i'i T. .., . ,- ., r ' - v -- - " 5, ,.u :? 3 - ; ' . C-- . $r6 r-- -. t. .'l i' Hf '- ,' . 4 JSe.-V '. 1 . - i- ar-M rr - VV elch sells the rugs and carries ... . ;v. g, . . v j. -- - ? il $l3'.'rrsCtv I ."4.vL' . t ; """'. ?h.!-Jlf- - s s ELverything in furniture' - little, bigr old and' young Largest assortment in Eastern Ky abinetst Ranges Dining and Tv r Let him feather your nesj Suits, Victrolas. . .;. l:g$'j?i ' ' Bed-roo- m ; - 1 . '. Mff , . ,T5- -. -.--. '',. J?v - - r ;, '' ave you been through the wonderfu store to see the - 1; " ' casort's oiiermgs in Kemgerators ana -"'V-,' n oiovesf ' v.j r 'ife ys -. VJ:? - :-- ; - i k&ir . . ? ,'- - " " v.:-- . ' " : .2, - ;-'- '.. .'":'" .'..-"." :::'." 'ZA&rJ; ' V--r- ? ;:. '.'-.-rr.?&- ' - -- .",'. : :- "; . -- ' - ,0'-- , ; ..r: " .:-.---' .,;OVv,.-... -- -" "' ' Ir'-w-"- -- '."-". :-'- -::: "? . ., -- - ," ; -- . : - '": - . ' . J . ;-- t- . ..,.'' ' . - " - ' ..- ;::;-'--N- V . -- ;, -- - "v "vr ' ....-.'--.- . - - - ' L . . :f .&& '" . i &,. .; " :- . v .., iLit" .. .. 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