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Mount Vernon signal: May 2, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919050202_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. I I IIIL. ?-- PUBLISHED EVERY4 FRIDAY 311 n it n I MT. VERNON, - VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE i m v an mi Sigtiisl COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 2. 1919 1 't establishfd; 1887 NUMBER 32 Dry Geaning and Dyeing CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, Parcel 'Send I jbKidmo resa . IRESTAURANTi WHERE THE CROWD GOES day and it leaves G. D. Cook nesday Koy Sowder and Vatt without n niimn house, but ono KiCBbv camo homn the first nt H DA"'! M 'rs SnpWa w.j rccl, ,i ln tno nenr future. tie week, haviug been discharged .r (. s K Mi Mr 'look lias Hl ii . pumping here from Military Service. Bothnr .. Sinliiid lunl - nio smaii- - nvea Sunday irom overseas. S&3i&S22 tor tli last 403 ill! oninine pox situation b"i q is locality is Brodhead is soon to have a !" an i' 'iii'iil "uini "ii onlj a few cases at pieco band and it won't be long (1 ,t n rt, present at.c until it is making music, in fact t n sho w- xmirinn n Pro.tor, of-- 0ll can now hear strange and orris ami ir w ere sli died tin 2l ii Her Qu.ul, j ,ist returned , wiord sounds in every part, of who ha husband und ft lends Aent llitri WIPNNNSiSKSKS35$$5$$355K3$5 been visiting town. Prof. Leo O. Wright, of from oversea, h and brought the i mains luclt Band School, B. Hayes this week. J T. tio Kentucky Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which, has beea J. to her home and she was laid to in use for over thirty years, has borne the sienature of Omary, L. & N Engineer, who Louisville, has been here a grea. rest in the family burying has been one of our citizens for cr part of the time for several ground the 25th She was 50 sovcral cars, has a position in wefks completing the organizaauow no one to deceive vou In this. " turs tld mid had beun .i mimnur Louisville and will move bis fam- tion and instructing the new be.All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but of the Baptist church for years. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ily tiore in a ftw days. We dis ginners. We understand he will Besides her husband she leaves 4 like to give them up Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. but our loss be succeeded as leader in the children, one girl, Miss Lucindo, will be others' near future by Prof. Frederick eain. C. H. and three boys, Ben, George and C. J Rico were in Mt Vernon Smith, who has been at tho head Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Sam and a host of relatives and Monday. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Mrs. C. L. Hughes is of a band at Palm Beech, Fla., It contains friends to mourn her loss Mrs in Cincinnati neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its with relatives J for the past winier, and who is a age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it ha3 W. R. Ward and son, Glen, of J. Lawrence, operator at Mt. graduate of the London Consurv teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Ravenra, have visi'ing rela- Vernon, atory ot music. We are mighty as 011 22 Saturday en "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising tives here the past week Mrs. route to Corlun Jack, as he is glad that we will soon have a good therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids C. E U'co, of Corbin, is visiting the assimilation. of Food; giving healthy and natural sleap. familiarly known, informed us band and as Brodnead is never relatives here and at li rod head The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. that there were several in Mt, second we feel sure tbat soon the this week -- Mrs W. M. Brudv Vernou boys will be making delightful when he left the city in left to day to visit her mother, GENUINE iuterestot tbe reunion. Jack Is music Tho Commonccnent exALWAYS Mrs. W. R. Ward, at Ravenna one of the many who received ercises of Brodhead Graded and Mr and Mrs. Daniel Ponder, of fBears the Signature of their education at old Level Green, High School will begin Saturday Brush Creek, are visiting Mrs and under the tu'o-shiof that evening at 8:30 o'clock, when Ponder's parents', Mr and M rs great educator," "Hicks at College" will be preJ N Brown "Uncle ;Mlen Malilon Summers Walton has returned sented. A'smaVT atitlltVSion 61 10' Mrs. J.H. Mounts is slowly improving from Paris after a few days visit and 20 cents will be charged; Quite a number of our citizens with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Sunday at 11:00 o'clock the turned Out last Saturday to wit- - Mann. We sermon will be preachare in formed that 'a ness the ball game between the piny last Sunday driving along ed by the Rev. O. P. Bush, of Scout Team of Mt. Vernon and the public highway in an anto Georgetown, Ky ; Monday evenThe Kind You Have Always Bought some of our youngsters Thi came upon a ' pharasee" trudging ing at THg CENTAUR COMANV. N lVONK CITV. 8:30 will begin the graduvisitors in spite of their very evi- along at a very slow gait about a ating exercises of the Eighth dent lack of practice put up a mile porth.of Pine Hill .He in- grade' pupils; on. , Tuesday much better game than the score formed the driver that he evening a well arranged program 2was of fifty.three to twenty-eigh- t in los.and in a strange country and will .be carried oat by the Pri favor of the home team would in- asked the driver to help him pu( mary pupils; on Wednesday even-- , do business better, and dicate and upheld the honor of The driver bade him enter- - the tug tfwiuuiujj uy Will W JI1C- We Scout organization by manly the ypu'U do a better business if you . cir. and he drove him into his sen ted by the High School pupils, way in which they accepted own country near Quail. We will admission will be 15 and 25 cents; ::::n This was the first gsme of not give any name but if "Sing- on Thursday evening be be cardress as If you expected it. quite the season.for either team. The ing Bill" Chvens sees this he wijl ried out the "Classjpay Program," M next'wiil "re played on the" Mt. think we mean him. tut) and on Friday evening the GradVernon diamond Saturday, May a S."E. Pennington, of London, ating exercises will take place. of clothes may have a business value and. Niceley's good work behind was here last Cimeo, ougnr, Canned Goods, e Sunday. H. D. This closes a very successful a the bat, young Ballard's heroic Magee, of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. no Corbin, passed here scnool and nad tnere been far beyond the price you pay for it. as Including efforts on the mound and Mullins' Monday en route to Crab Orchard breaks on account of the Flu it ..KM home run go to the credit of tbe 4B 0 Mrs. W. S. Singleton has re- would have been one ot the most ..90 visitors, while Quinn's rennirka turned from Paris where OO B and in fat everything that is she had successful schools evor held j kept in an ujito date Grocery ble catch in loft field, Hilton's as been visiting her sister, Mrs. L. here. We understand that the ao base running and clever work of M. present faculty have been emOliver. Mrs. J. B. Hayes is WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OP o Brady, Livingston's sensational spending a few days at Winches- ployed for the next term and a and Boys' kid pitcher were the outstanding o reason for our selling them and ter with her daughter, Mrs. Edd we are sure this will meet with on ODJ PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS ftiitures of tht work of the home Quinn. Mrs. George Smits has tho hearty approval of every from a genuine Panama down to the lowest for your buying them is in quality team. All of ihe boys did excelreturned from Corbin after a few patron in tbe district. The pub o priced Work Hat. All tlieso goods are sold at a o lent work and we feel safe in days visit with relatives. Mrs. lie is cordially invited to attend live and lot live price. of ol materials ; in fine finish ; in that Livingston has three or Rosanna Graves, who bas been the closing exercises. P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our e four youngsters that will come quite sick for some time, is slowly liVely snappy style, they give you a lot 5C to 1 OC COUNTER, which is brim full up to any tiling of their size on improving. of bargaius for every housekeeper. officers DO YOUR BEST. Revenue . any other clothes you can buy more any ball diamond in this end of made a raid Tuesday in the vicinEveryone should do all he can the State. Mrs. G. S Griflln and ity of Hazel Patch and captured a to provide tor his family and in children, were visiting relatives, moonshine still and took it to JVJain at Mt. Vernon Thursday and London. They also arrested a ordtr to -do this he must keep i uia physical Bystem in the Friday. Sometimes the dark- woman and took a o a t ... .. eo her to London. t .,, 4 wv. est morning turns out to be the The man who was running the canawon possioie. ao one can ::: tt reasonably,, hope to do much prettiest day and sometimes tbe still got away. when bo is half sick a good share finest prospects are easily bhtcd. ofvthe time. If you are constiSo with the fruit crop in this lopated, biliaus or, troubled with cality. A week ago wo had the indigestion get a package of finest prospect of a large crop cf Chamberlain's Tablets and folall Kinds of fruit but to almost P. E Shivel was recently visday wo haven't auy Mr. and iting his son, Ezra Shivel at low the plain printed .directions, Enroll Now For tho Spring Term ETC. Mrs. E B. Owens and family White Wood, Ky. Mrs. J. R. and you will soon bo Vfeeling alright and able 'to do a" day's Accounting, fluokkeepitr,,- - Shorthand, Typewriting',- - CiaH motored to the Sayers neighbor- Cass, and daughters, Mesdames Poat Via Service, l'enm.nhi), Cmrospniulonce and kindred subjects hood Sunday and returned before J. M. Roberts and Bronston Elder work. LA-- F. COUUSKS ,T IM ItO HI) MlrilOnS, uight after leaving home at p. and son, Robert ' Cass, wore in T1IK HATTLKS OF LIFE LMtKPUJK TODAY LOUISVILLE, KY. m. That is what wo call going Danville shopping recently. 617 FOURTH AVE. some. Miss Laura Hiatt, of Mt. Mrs. Walter Smith returned to FOR FLETCHER'S over America Known all Somerset School of Business, Somerset, Ky. Vernon, has returned home after her home in Winchester last IUUjfjHSUBUlKSUUI a few days visit with Miss Jalett wees after spending a few days Griffin. There was to be a meet- with her "parents, Mr and Mrs. V.' ing in Mt. Vernon last Saturday J. M. Owens. Mrs. P. A. &hel-toof the Level Greeners, to perfect and sons, Leonard and . arrangements for the reunion at Reece Shelton, were in Boston Level Greeu. We aro very sorry and Louisvillo recently. Since that wo could not be there, but our last letter tho Rev. T. C. our better half was quite sick Duke closed a in days meeting and we could not attend. We at the Baptist church hero with hope there was a good crowd and 24 additions to the church 18 trust tbe necessary arrangements for baptism. Miss Tholma Pilk- were made for a great day at that enton, of Corbin, was here with ! . place. We have had to do part friends a few days last week. of the cooking and the results is Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Cass, and Because they get better imagined than described, son, Willie Cass, were in Louis for one half the men will not eat ville one day last week shopping. satisfied their own cooking and as for me Miss Nannie' Bryant, of Cor See my now GROCERIES and mv I can't boil water without scorch- bin, was a recent visitor, of Ifisi 1 low prices. Compare them with fill ing it We are glad to say tho Anna Belle Smith in the Hiatt others. Bring me your country hams Madam is better now and the section. Miss Ella Belle New- and got cash for them, grub business Is 0. K. We un land spent last Thursday and, FRESH M E A T S. Come in on derstand that J. P. E. Drummond Friday in Danvillo the guest of Wednesdays. bas purchased a homo in Miss Ella Dunn.!. B. Frith Hot und cold luuchos served daily. N. C, and will close out his was in Louisville last week on business here and make his fu- business. Our good friend, Jas. I need as well as I solicit your trade. Yours ture home in that city. John N Maret, of Winchester, stopped Clark has 6old his property hero a few minutes hero Saturday on to S. A. Humble. Caslnor of the his wry to. Mt. Vernon. Mr. First State Bank and will move Maret is always a welcome visiBUILD ANYTHING, ANY WHERE' tin to Astiviue, w, pump tor to our town. J. I. Paintor Stanford Wed 3XX house Iwro burned down Satur- - was 3XZ LIVINGSTON l i I Children Cry for Fletcher's - I ! -- I. I Z0L Just-as-go- What is CASTORIA bi-e- CASTORIA p Cg Clothes as an "asset" It's n Use For Over 30 Years WOU'LL do-fea- t. easyBeeKat1ago& ecopagiBa MEAT, LARD, Carry a Pull Une of g wi. Hart Schaffner & Marx, arid MEAL FLOUR Clothcraft Clothes that The all-wo- Men's OVERALLS say-in- g than SUTTON &McBEE LEADING CLOTHIERS j- ...bC3ttntMtettitaBnmBtiiBinmit I w CUMMINS J. e. West Street On :t;tit:t;!!itttttfttf: BRODHEAD SDHEBSET SCHBDLof BUSBESS SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS I . 1 Children Cry CASTORIA BffMllaTVI . II "?": I Why Worry WHY? Over planning your new Let me assist buildiner you. My twenty years experience in planning and building homes is at your service. OLD1NG W. H. Skidmore I Offlc Oppoiltft Poit ! Ash-vill- e, LV-T- ho W :or BHrv XE hi ?5WM& ,,)imtibi,mTi-vT-'jijaHWa&eJlAJ- m iimH'i!rtr-imUiifiHz- tlmSimmttdm aUUm to name Howling On en, is being men- world. r.. .11 We ate ma Mg this fight for tioned for temporary chairman. lib n finding, it is not thnt, because un ThP coi v ntion U to bo called to tho Victory Loan first; to save Friday, May a 1919 deriving till tho pctiiions imtl re order at 2 o'clock in the after-- tho reputation of our Governon by !. T. Kr.tnks, of Owem ment, second; to bring the bovs 'quests the explanation is made Puhlhhtd rvtty Friday those sending tlii'iu under h uo, cliui muu of the Slate Re homo to their dear ones, third; that EDGAR S. AI.niUGl, 7 'stand that Congress is not in se-- i publican State Central and Kxicu-tjv- i that tho whole world may know Delegates to tlut had tho war lasted fir Committees ision, Init what is wanted is lo $1.0 nave STHSCKIPTIUN ONH VRAK the Government depart tho convention are to be named somo ears, wo would have been ments understand what the pen in county muss coniention to be able to eiiduie its horrors and Advertising ratfs maut known on plo want mid to have the different held battirdny, May jo. The have men und money left, thus application ' affairs in such that vh- n form of voting in these conven showing the world that the t'oiis, with few except ons, is to United States of Ann rica Ua Congress is callid into exttu MH.MBHK OF sion there will he a little Units bo viva voco. Based on one delo country that will have peace lor SSOCIATION KENTUCKY PRESS lost ns possible in g.tting li- gate for each 100 voles or frac- ever or conquer tho world. Mr ters before the proper comniitte tion therrof amounting to tlfty or Man, no matter what your voca and having tlie work lined up for over cast for tho Republican can- tion is in life, you are an Ameri them So many requests and pe- didate and electors in each coun- cm citizen, and it is jour patriot titions should have the desired ty at the to 16 presidential elec ic duty to buv a bond and talk effect in "speeding up" aff.iirs if tion, there will bo 2,414 delegates bonds and help put the Victory there is anything in the saying at the State Convention. The Loan over tho top. Wu urn atltliorizetl to .'in that there is might in numbers. number necessary for a'cholce will be i, 208 V. T. SCORT a a candidate (or Suite Senator in the STANLEY ANN EDGE PAIR. SUGGrKSTJGNFOrt A 17th Senatorial District, subjtrct to the A Washington telegram says: The higher type of patriotism artiou of the Republican party at Its CAMI'ING TRIP. is not measured by what yon It is rr ported hete that Senator-elec- t primary election on Augixt 2, 1919. A. O Stanley, of Kentucky, Buy bottle of Chamberlain's can afford. It is what you canand P"nator elect Walter E Edge, Cole and Diarrhoea Remedy be not afford that counts. ANNOUNCRMIiNTS of Kerf Jersey, are arranging n fore leaving home. As a rule it We are authorized to niinoumu He cannot afford to lose an HON E BULLOCK senuto ml pair under the terms cannot bo obtained when on a arm, or a leg, or his sight but as a cadldatc for Huprescutathe from of wliikih both will continue to hunting, fishing or prospecting he did. the Seventieth Lej;lHlatie district, sum. us governors of their re ' trip. Neither can it be obtained of Kookcastlc and Lam-e- l Now he's back here that is, conn until their guber- - while'on board the cars or d ties, subject to the action of the Repub- specl:ve states what is left of him. terms expire Stanley's ships and at such times and lican party at Its primary election on Today, in uniform, a hero; to term as governor o.f Kentucky places it is most likely to be Aujjut 2, 1010 and needed. The safe way it to have morrow, in civilian clothes will expire next December what ? Bo Edge's term as governor of New it with you Gkt down to business. Jersey will end next January. It rests with you ? prepared for action tlut is want-e- d " In thou words may Stanley is a Democrat and Edge soon If you can't afford to help this bu summed up the demand that is a Rtpub.ican. Tho alleged man whose sleeve. now hangs is now being made upon the Ad- agreement simply would mean limp and empty at his side who pinks Hi faltering way with an ministration, Congress and official that Kentucky and Now Jersey whose Washington in general in the would be represented in tho Sen unaccustomed crutch Some of your most prominent eyes see only the blackness of .form of requests and petition's ate bv ouu senator each until mtiWnga e5frntiS"nigftt-K7ou- ca n' that are arriving thick and fast at "UeXt Jatnurry Tiwpahtci White House and all Government trol of the Senate would not be fight for the Victory; Liberty jto lendbima hand in his struggle rnrCp, ,,f industrial. Departments, They aie coming in any way changed, however, Lean. Th.s is tlie fifth tin e -.i. owing to the fact that thev are that wo have been called upon usefulness if you can't afford tJ trom all sectnns, from every line of business, from agricultur- of opposite political faith, ft is to do this work for purcountty. lend your money, every red cent al 11Sboc1.it ions. chambers of said tho reasons hy the two de It means more to help finante hatyou can dtgttp, to encourage commerce, boards of trade, etc., sire to serve out their terms as the Government of our country him to feel that lire stilt holds brightness, u r i,i,n 0f irrespective of politics or political governois are very m'ich the at this time than it ever did .b ' promise aud accDinplishment re. if . parties The Railroad Adminis- same and art; founded on a desire Victory in this instatice,tnen:ru'cikp';ufford t0" do this, what tration is asked for a reduction to prevent control ofjheir states going to antagonistic factions. that our. men, free born Ameri-- 1 ja the.'name of American oatriot in travel rates; the Postotlico cans, have' crossed the sea and Vsm'can yuu afford? What sacri-havtment is petitioned to rescind BETHURUM MAY BE by their- - daring "deed? of lcf; its action in raising the telegraph cin possibly make CHAIRMAN. oravery oeieatea, wnippeu aim for ,llm js comparablo with the charges; action is wanted on the Judge B. J. Bethurum, of subdued Germany, the strongest" sacrifice that he has made fo investigating so as to know whether the packers are Somerset, is being tipped tor the military .power in. the world. you? in combine in upholding tho post of perinuncnt chairman of This means that we Have sown price of meats in fact, there are the Republican State Convention the seeds of Detnopracy in Euat Lexington May 14, rope, aud instead of AUtoctacy, so many subj-ct- s ivpoifwhlcli a rule and action is wanted that it while Judge MoKenzio Moss, of Democracy will dominate the Mt. Vernon fsgnal!;i0Jt,:fl!j: j (iut.tioii io IIU ..... I ...1 (.til 141 n h VuTTTimV? HQ1SH I "'ilk ' - m--- . 0 1 mm bv 1 M$fSjBtsMuSBtM "9 111 '; Tllli .niillFllllllllilllllWlllIlP1 ..iifl Your Patriotism. m 11 tIIIIWUI com-poM- d . .nilBll UlUUliiwiiiiiimyminiini mr lliiiliiir re r iJ put i rinfj-iruwi- th AY. vou'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll all right, if you'll a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and 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. nail some Prince Albert lor pacKingi steam-nato.i.- COUNCIL OF NATIONAL Just between oursclvc9, you never will wise-u- p to until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land square on that Prince Albert I Well, sir, you'll be 90 happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smolcelhrottle wide I open I Talk about smoke-sposo Quality makes Prince Albert all-firrt (- can't bite or parent Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I DEFENSE. particular smokeappetito I -- 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 ails your .' it oV. Tfprr rtd bagi. Yea bay Print Alhttl Ar ttdyrtd fin. At n J.oiM poafi-- f mnj hmtf pommJ tin kamMott-a-nJ hmmiiar inlk crrtml ihtl cUitr. ptmelitml pounW lekmtco &' tmtS pirfitt moft(0nr fop that tun ih cMilisn. in TtM4 ifH N. C, C. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Wintton-Salem- , NOTICE. Road -- overbers return to Mt. De-p- al e Vernon at once all wheel scrapers and two porta le forges for use on pike Chai t?. Bradbury, County Road Engineer A WEAK STOMACH a general rule a I you need lo do is to adopt a diet saitol to our age nni occupation mid to l,oopour. bowds regular When nil feel th.it von have eaten too much and when cunstipated.Yako one of Chamberlain's Tablets. Bottle"f Gave PERU N A Eatlrdy Free tnm Catarrk of the Stiaack "Feron. has DOiltWelr don (or me ifktit mmmr doctars lilltl .do. I hTo ben time and l.ln compelled to take to mr bd for The nrat bottle of Pexuns. rare relief and while I alwajra keep It In the house for emertr-encle- e, I vmtlitw eatlrelr r freta caevrk mt tka etoi the trouble from which I suf fered for so Ions; before taking th:j remedr." ; meat-packin- g FOR Mel to IJ. Ab dr. ,.. CASTO.Bi.A Writes LfsBsEIaaBSI m r..v. fiauurri. v. . Mar. -- mjtt a itapias. Mien. 4 Lily.. 17 HlehiandU,Qraad iJmmU ar TmU '.' Ask Ten Dealer CLOSIHB r- m go. SALE - i Beginning Saturday. May 3rd Entire stock of Dry Goods Shoes, Hats, ings, Underwear, Hosiery, Notions, Wall Men's and Boys' Everything in Dry Caps, Men's and Ladies' FurnishPaper, Floor Coverings, Overalls, Clothing. Goods Store . A.T COST Everything must Special Prices at Grocery Store JPEDRUMMOND LIVINGSTON, KY. jffV'wV-- r '"Efli rn( ViJP' rT"X' mwmmtOI S5M53 Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Veknon, Ky, May a, 1919 W. M. Sowder sold E. B. Cox a cow and calf for $00. CALL FOR REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION. i 79 o wt up wlianT9 loOommunl A M wltli RIQNAL "tio. LOUKVIllC 4 NA.MVIUC n. R. C am TIM.H 22 24 TABLB. 4.57 p 8:35 12:45 12:35 p tn nortn north 23 south 21 South Ja,s. Phone No. 8. m tcond-Ciaii am r Landrum, Agent. mll matter. Rottrtd t the lit Vernon, Ky. PotoM PERSONAL Miss Gladys Thompson, of Woodstock, is visiting relatives at this place. JJ. T. Fish, of Borea, was in town today looking after some business affairs. Logan Bryant and John Albright drove two now Fords through from Cincinnati yettei-day. Ramsey will go toBrod and begin laying on R. H. Ha m in 'h new the brick residence. Emmett Bullock, another Roc I; castle boy, who saw service in France, arrived borne yesterday a free man again. Cossio D. SuTtonnasbecn tn Cincinnati this week purohaslng more goods for their extensive Main Street store. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Wallen have moved to Lebanon Junction. Mr. Wallen is working for the I, & N and runs out of that John liiad Monday -- To run Republicans of Obituaries, cards of thanks, Rockcastle County: 01c , are charged for at the rate You are called to meet In Mass of 5 ctS per line. Those desiring such notices will be governed ac- 'fV..trntillA ftf ftio nmirt liniicn In Mt. Vernon at ono o'clock p. in., cordingly, standard time, Saturday, May to, Noxt Friday arfd Saturday, selecting Ma 9 and 10, will be held the 1919, for the purposo of nineteen delegates from this County examination for Eighth grade pupils, who oxpect to enter county to attend the Republican High school in September. This Stato Convention which will bo held in the city of Lexington on is a very important examination day of May, i9i9. and all students, who expect to the i4th The object of said Stato Conenter High school should be on baud on tboso days and take this vention is the adoption of a plat form of principles, which the examination. 'Republican party will ask tho War Work contributors who voters of Kentucky to support have not paid up their pledges, at tho coming November election, arc asked to do so at once. The and to recommend to the Repubheadquarters have ased for it, licans of tho State after consider, and every one making a pledge ation, candidates for the various should see that the amount is State officers to be nominated at paid at once. There is some the August Primary of this year. thing like $3oo.oo yet unpaid. We urge the Republicans of Those who do not pay the local the county to attend the Mass .treasurer, their names will be Convention and extend to each sent to the plate treasurer, who and all an earnest invitation to' will make 'collections from that do so. We want to make this point. meeting the opening of the camM r. Joseph A. Parrett. age 79 paign for the coming November years, und the father of our cloction. Wo will have present townsman, Neal Parrett, died a number of prominent RepubliMonday at his borne near Pine can speakers who will entertain Hill, after a short illness. AI. the Convention. L W. DETHunoM, though the deceased was sick Chairman, Republican County many only a tew hours, yet for years he had been a sufferer of a Committee. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. trouble which had long since beKOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT come chronic, which caused him COURT. great suffering at times and which had puzzled several of tlio John Owens aud . bp,?Lpbysicians. The burial took Others, place at the bnrying ground near vs : Notice of Commissioner's Sand Hill. The "Home Coming at Level Green on June 20, 1919, is being looked forward to by hundreds of men and women who spent their boyhood and girlhood days p1aing around the, old school house, conducted by that dear old teacher, Jasper Brown. We are' all going to have those days played over again-JunPlease dou't forget tho date. Wo Will have out hand bills later on fulling your attention again. It has been suggested that a welcoming address be given by Atty. J. W. Brcwrf, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Committee. A personal letter recaived from our good friend, I. P. E. Drummond, says: "On Dr. H. V. Pennington's advice as a friend and doctor, he advised myself and wife to go to a higher and drier climate. The flu left us both in a weakened condition and we were likely to fall victim to anything, but no immediate danger that he could see. We went to Ashville, N. C, and stayed a month and I gained 10 pounds and my wife gained nothing acd lost nothing. We have decided to go to Ashville to live. I had a doctor in Ashville exam ine me iust before I left tbereand he pronounced me sound as a dollar. So you see how it goes. I am going tho' and If you don't watch I'll come back to old Rockcastle to live and die. I expect to leave mav 28, or 29." Wo certainly regret to lose Mr. and Mrs. Drummond and sincere ly hope that his threat that he will come back to old Rockcastle some day, will certainly prove true. Thero will always be a cordial welcome awaiting him and his most estemable wife v e 26-i9i- q. NEED WE MENTION THAT WE ARE READY TO ASSIST YOU? First State Bank LIVINGSTON. KY. m tmrfrmcr Wph ljf 23? M LkW E ic young fellow likes the new Waisf very Capital Deposits .- - $15,000.00 54,000.00 YES I COMING? ' A FT VfiwQ ullk oeam M'odefs THOUGHTFUL BUYING SUG and look more neatly dressed in our GESTS THAT YOU CAN SAVE MONEY,, TIME AND LABOR GARMENTS Compare these prices with the cost of material and 'expense of making: . - We have them READY MADE Sale. Roy Owens and Others. Defendants. by virture of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered .at its February term 19:9, in the above styled case, I will offer for sale, at the front door of the Court Houft, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, May 5th, I919, between the hours of 1 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m on a credit of six months the following described .tract of land, 1 to-w- it p lint. ' expects to go Inclc.'on the road Juno tst for the Upjohn Co.. jho people for whom he was working when he joined the army. Editor E. C Walton and Rowan Saufle), of Stanford, paid us a short visit lust Sunday We a! ways welcome thoe delightful gentlemen to our town. "Corporal Robert R. Arrington of Huntington, West Va., was a guest of Mrs. Mattic Mullins last week. He has just returned from overseas after eight months serLouiH M. Miller Silk Skirts, fashionable lines and well made $450 Skirts' in Pique Wash and Gaberdine 2.75 Embroidered Voil Waists .50 i Silk Waists 3.00 Georgette Waists' 4.00 Bungalouf Aprons J. 25 House Dresses J. 25 Boys' Wash Suits, tU H.25 ft 1.50 . Moderately Priced Inviting Your Inspection, sx&28?CHr. i cax - ' asSFSsSstf JOHN ROBINS RED CROSS NOTES. Tho women have a hundred small garments to be made at the workroom by May 15th. It is hoped that every. Red Cross worker will come in and help complete this job. This is the last work that they will have and it is hoped that every body will! be in at the finish. There has. never been a garment that was made by tho women ofjthisChap-- l ter that was returned or reported j in other than Class A one. Of this every worker should feel proud. When this job is finished including what knitting that we have on hands a final report will be made on the activities of tho Rockcastle County Chapter, and we wish to have all workers present at the Red Cross work room to have their pictures made, a copy of wbtck will bo sent in as u part of the history of this Chapter's work during the war Whatever may be said about the. work done by the Rockcastle County Chapter, noth ing but words of praise can be said about the work done by the women of this county. It goes without sayings that they will mako an effort and finish his small job in the work room within tho allotted time. Brodhead THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS : tract .of land in Rockcastle County, Kentuckj, on Wiggins' A Kitm creek, waters cf Dick's river and bounded aud described as follows: vice. M. C. Williams came over from Somerset last Saturday morning to spend the day with his mother, Mrs Mary Williams, who cele annibrated her seventy-sixtversary on that day. Jarale Thompson, who saw nearly a year of active service in France, went "over the top' more than once; arrived home, yesterday with his discharge. He is glad to have done his part but is still happier to be at homo. Judge R. Gr. Williams, of was here last Saturday to join in the celebration of his birthday. mother's seventy-sixtWhile here he said, "I am always delighted to bo back home, for Rockcastle is one of the dearest places on earth to me. I see a spirit of progress In this county never observed before". Dr. and Mrs. G. D.'l.illard, of I.awrencoburg, attonded the annual meeting of the association of the Southern of Surgeons Railway Company which met April 23 and 24 at New Orleans, La. They stopped In Chatta-noogTenn., a couple of days and visited the Lookout Mountain and other Interesting places Mrs. Lilian! Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullock of this county. h Cov-ingto- h Bounded on the north by the lands of Levy Denney and the heirs of Albert Albright, on the east by the lands of the Sayers heir; on the south by the lands ot Savers' heirs, and on the west by the lands of Eugene Gentry, John Williams, J. D. Hamm, and George Albright, .deceased, and is tho same land owned and oc cupied by Esquire William Owens, deceased, at the time or his death and contains 16o acres more or less. From this boundary there is excluded about three acres which was sold by said Wm. Owens to Margaret Roberts, and the same is bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone ' on the south side of the rood; thence S. to a spring branch; thence with the branch to tho County road; thence with said road to the beginning. The purchaser will bo roqulred to execute bond with approved surety for the purchase price, bearing legal interest from da of sale till paid, and having the force and effect af a judgment. G. S. Grifflu, Master Commissioner Kockcastle THE TROPHY TRAIN AND WHIPPET TANK HAVE COME and GONE , The Wa r s Ove r I The Clouds Have Disappeared And Armour's WHITE CLOUD LARD 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. - a, LOCAL Next Monday is Circuit Court. Bo sure to attend Drummond's Big Closing Out Sale, beginning Saturday May 3rd. Three dwellings for sale In Llv Ingston. See J. P. E. Drummond Grocery and Dry Goods Store for sale at Livingston See 4. P. E Drummond. Everything is being put in readiness for the convicts, who will be here May 15th, to begin work on our roads. The old Jail residence is being fitted up in condition for the convicts. A State Inspector, who Is here today, says it will bo O. K. whoa finished sccording to plans. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY STOCK PENS. Rockcastle County at last has a home market for live stock which is a great asset to the county. Monday April 21, tho first sales wero made in tho new Every pons at Mt. Vernon. ono was very much surprised ut the interest taken and shown In the live stock market. Cattle, hogs, mules and horses wete on the market at good prices both for buyer and seller. This first market has shown the people of Rookc&stlo Coun'.y that County Stock Pens are valu-bl- e and that better live stock is in demand. Belter bulls, bucks, boars, jack and stallions are now being looked forward to. Better sires means better live stock We hope that some of our neighboring counties will bring us some pure bred registered shorthorn bulls to be sold and remain in county. Rockcastle want the best sires in the live stock line She wants registered sires sires with blood. Robt. F. Spenco, County Agent, Berea, Ky. Circuit Court. The Whippet Tank has come and gone and those who witnessed the manouvorings of that wonderful piece of mechanism, can now understand why it, was the devilish Huns were so oanlcstrick-en- , in tboso battles whore the tank played such an important part. Regardless of tho downpour of ruin, a fairly good sized crowd saw the tank hero Wednesday. Bonds solds on that day amounted to about $10,000. Tho previous sales and'tbose sold since brings tbe county's totals up to about $35,000, leaving more tbau $35,000 yet to raise to muke tho full quota. Tho picnic arranged for by tho Baptist. Sunday School, will be postponed two weeks, on account (of the weather. Those In chargo regret very much. to disappoint the llttlo folks as well as the grown-ups- , but remember that It is coming just tho sains Jn two weeks. For Sauk White Wyandotte eggs setting 15 for $1.00. Mbs. Gus Stavkkson, Mt. Vernon, Ky. , Apr. 18- - t. SHERIFF7S"LANDSALE FOR TAXES. Langford, Shortff of Rockcastle County, Kentucky, or ono of my deputlos, will on the 20th day of May, i9i9, (same being tho first day of the Rockcas tie County Court) between the hours of 9 o'clock a., m., and 4 o'clock p. m , at tbe front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, offer for sale to tho highest bidder the following tract of land, in precinctf number 3, in s'aid county and state and adjoining the lands of James Taylor to satisfy tbpjtax aud cost for tho years 1914,' 19I5, 1918, 1917 and 19jq listed in tho namo of B. C. Richardson's heirs 1, J. S When in the market for anything in the Feed or Grocery Line Call on me, or phone me and get my prices before buying. acres. Total tax and cost, $(2 98 Tip Langford, Sheriff Rockcastle County. FOR SALE. Poultry farm, u acres with good buildings. 2'i miles from Ml. Vernon; 3 miles from Brod. head on pike. J. L. NlCELKY 405 S. Alabama St. Indianapolis, Ind. J. W. RIDER rj v -- Xmm HHk?r- va:wv . " "' .....'. ".. """i """ O" i jj iw immmmmmui '"'" - iiin trtti I UZiiil "rr ' " " CJilB pt- fflK - "lll!ll;uiii llUiiini i iifir iiii1' "iPKl The Gin atlran$fim$ H If your floors are looking worn or dingy, try reHnishing them with HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISPresto I You'll be surprised at the result. Bright, luitroda and beautiful floors appear, best of all, you can apply this handy product your-just gee a can and put it on as you would varnish. Equal' good for wood Work and furniture. JqTmBKM Made JmffM&& To Comes in all nat Walk ural wood colors. t L Jsr fW3 Uzy b&w tW JarisB9m On SOLDfeT s ",fliiTOfiaa ..- .- W, B. 5mon THE MT. VERNON KY. ncn Mirims was in Richmond Mm. Louisa Aliens' Mnnd.v f niilv nr" 'iotor after boitifr ern-f- i ctl for Mjveml days with' Albert Morris, son of James Morris and Miss Ltila Ponder, daughter of Uev. Hughlo Ponder at the homo of the brldo April 24th. -- Mr. and Mrs IMill Mullius were the guests of Ms parents, ' Mr. and Mrs. J If Mullins Saturday night. Mrs. Grovor Price and llttlo daughter, Saltie, of Ind., have been guests of Mrs Fred Mullins for a few Mrs. Ben Mullins and , days. children, were guests of Mr. Mullins Saturday and ouuuay. iicn wuiiins is in toe western hart of tho county this week. hero "has bean very lit tie corn planted in 'this part The fruit is all killed in this part and gprden stuff considerably dnmiiged by the recent frost. V. ti. F.ld ridge, representing the Drown Manufacturing Co , of Greenville, Tenn., was with tho merchants horn a few days ago. There will be services at Red Hill Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. Rovey Mul litis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mnllins visited Mrs. Prico at Level Green Sunday. I I WITHERS HW,llff?f little village. Wo hope that the program may bo fully carrlod out and that it will bo an enjoyable day. VVm. II. B'rown, O. L. Hatchor and Edd Brown were in Mt. Vernon Monday to sec the Trophy train. Mrs J. M. Broy-leof Plata, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. D"M. Cress, Mrs. Win H. Brown has been visiting relatives at Bandy fo r a few days. Miss Rose Gentrv is down from Willallla this week. Brinkloy Lathim has returned from oversea Miss sorvice. Jewell Bloomor, of Ocala, spent last week with the family of her brother, Charley Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. Vanhoolc, of Ocala, spent Sunday with Mrs. O I. Mullins. Wo promise Wiibors to try to be more punctual kercafter about our writing. s, ' f HOW'S THIS. Wo offer Uno Hundred rollftra Howard for any case of Cutarrh tnat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicino. Hull's Catarrh Medicine has been taken bj catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-fivjears, and has become known us the most reliable remedy for Cutarrh. Hull's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces impelling the poison from tho blood and healing the diseased portions. After you huvo taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a greatimprovo-meii- t in your gcnerul health. Stan taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at onco and get rid of cat arrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 7511 e "' I"" 'I SSWBBBMMMBHBMMBHBBi rfwau will educate you financially by developing that will insure success, comfort and Stop T and begins. Is made HE first move in a winning battle of life when sav- ing It Think traits UhumJu Ory M riETCHfirS f n happiness Every deposit made with us is a step toward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to it. "' ! I high standard this bank set for itself in thecon duct of its business" is a protection to its depositors in every emer gency and under all circumstances, The spirit of this institution is one of helpfulness We should like to number you amoung our patrons PEOPLES BANK - I.. tti k CARD OF THANKS. It is indeed with grateful The farmers are very bsarts that we express here-iplanting corn. Floyd Gentry our appreciation for the friend- has been visiting his parents ship so perfectly expressed in hero this week'. He has just words of sympathy and deeds of returned from oversea Mr. and kindness by so many kind Mrs VV. J. Brown and Miss hearted people, during the recent Eudye Bailey, ol Crab Orchard, illness nnd death of our dour wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. wife und mother. H. Brown Easter Sunday. M hs So noble and generous were Viola Do Bord was home from the deeds, that we aro left to Borea last week. The family think that our efforts were too have been very side with flu. feeble and words inadequate to R. H Browns' house and con- really express our sympathy. tents were destroyed by fire To Mrs. Ilico we tender special last Friday. Miss Pearl Ander- thanks for tho nico wreath of son, of Winchester, is visiting flowers, which with lowing hands her brother, W. E. Anderson. were placoJ on the casket, and Mr and Mrs. Geo. Bray and to Mr.- Cattenglw, who took ad- clrildren,spent lastSundaywlth I vantage of rendering snecial ser her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. vice. May tne uoa (ot an 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. loviug deeds. Lura Price, and little daughter, S. E. Hillakd and Child rkn Sallio, of Judsen, Ind., is here on ABOUT RHEUMATISM. an extended visit. Mr. ard F. E. Mullins and Vic People are learning that it is Mrs. 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 ia able to be chronic and muscular rheumatism out of a up in her room after such a long aud about ninoty-uinillness. Mr., and Mrs. Henry hundred cases are' one or the Todd, of- Bandy, and Mr. and other of these varieties. All Mrs. II. G. Isaacs, and chitdron. that is really necessary fo afford of Elgin, were guests of Mr. and relief is to apply Chamberlain's Try it. It Liciment freely. Mrs V. E. Anderson Sunday. We are very much interested in costs but 35 cents per bottle. the reunion that is, to be atjou Large ,siZo 60 cents. LEVELGREEN by Bank of Mt. Vernon x ry i 4srrgT4isrTX i i --xvy s - I ! ! r I Produce Eggs Hides 4&Qtdlt&y , - WE WANT YOUR x -- Furs,Kinds of Country Feathers And All Produce e Phone CASH 02 WILL, PAV w. Gott & Co R IZXE MT. VERNON, KY. 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