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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., PR1DAT, Mrs from n, MAY 23 1919 8'i' 1 a ESTABLISHFD 1887 NUMBER 35 DO YOD LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? BRODH EAD Eld. J. W. Masters closed a very successful revival at Artemus, Tuesday, and returned home Wednesday afternoon. Kev. Beagle, of Georgetown, Jesse Pike will take the position. D. B. Rambo has returited -- f Mountain Summer School A With Chautauqua Features BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KY, June 6 to July I and July J 1 to August 15 Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers business men, farmers, discharged soldiers, housekeepers Christian workers. ''Something good for every comer!" Daily discussions of things important for the mountains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states, Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest educators and .speakers of the south, and summer brings in many other noted men, moving picture's, entertainments, music. "works with all Berea is religious, followers of Christ," Tobacco prohibited. . climate and equipment. Best location, Prices are made right for young folks just' getting a start "cheaper than staying at homo," Address the Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn. Berea, Kentucky. non-sectaria- preached several sermons at the Baptist church here the first of the week. The Rev. Mr. Childress was here during the time. The Rev.H.C.GYeer, Presiding Elder of the Methodist church, held services here the fiist of the week and was assisted by the pastor, the Rev.R.C.Evans. Mrs. Robert Roberts, of Riley s, and her daughter, Mrs. Robert Kelly, of Danville, were here during the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Owens. Mr and Mrs. W. P. Rigs-b- y visited his brother in the Preachers ville section, Sunday. The brick layers are most thru the brick work on the. new residence of R H Hanim, and when this new structure is complete it will add much to the appearance of that part of town Miss Susie Hicks, who has been with her parents for several months in Harlan county, is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Miss Mildred Robins is with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Durham, at Mt. Vernon, this week. .Mrs. Golden and children, who have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Masters, lor the past two weeks, returned to their home m Williamsburg, Wednesday. Uncle Marshall Smith is real sick and his recovery is very Miss Clyde Watson doubtful. bought a pony and buggy from Mrs. R. S Martin last week for $150. Mr and Mrs. John Smith were here from Ohio the first of the week on account of the serious illness of his father, Mr. Marshall Smith. Sam .Howard, of Louisville; is with, his brother. Chas. Howard, this weeVandrfs' attending court at Mt. Vernon. Otis Hail, who has been with the American Expeditionary Forces in France, arrived home last week, and like all the other soldier boys is mighty glad to be at home. --J. F. Watson sold a milch cow to U.K. Martin a few days ago for $100.00. Ralf Vance, son of Mr and Mrs. J.A. Vance, arrived from over seas a few days ago and is at home now. Mrs. Elizabeth Hail, and sons, Otis and John Hail, left Tuesday for Indiana, where they will spend several weeks with relative. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Haggard, recently of Way land, Ky., are with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, 'A. J. Haggard, for a few weeks. Wallace has recently served in the Military forces of Uncle Sam, and is taking a rest from army life. Louisville where she spent a couple days shopping Rice Wal-taof Benham, has beia here for the-- past few day on account of the death of hisfather, J.' H. Walton. Gv S. Grifjto and son, B. H. Gfiffii, have- - moved"" their families to their new home near Mt. Vernon. Mr. Griffin hs his new dwelling almost completed.. He thought best to move n&fam- ily there where he could the house later. They-- wiib-b- e missed in Livingston as they rfftre pdiSQUA nELvVEDIlLXA, .AJsmOAMA Jhh $200 IN GOLD S2C0 SI B in K dozen always ready to help the sicJrnd do all they could for all thai needed assistance. J.N. Ciarfc and-I- . B. Donally have,ptirchased the stock of groceries of J.jP. E. Drummond at the old st&nd and now when you go to that store you will see one of those- gentle men or their clerk, David Smith, ready to wait on you.-T- . M. O'Dell has moved "his family into the property vacated b'y G. S. Griffin We understand that Fred Mullins will put in a stock of goods in the Masonfirlxick in -the near future. Mrs.-R- . J. Lemonds and daughter, Miss Ruth, of Louisville, visited Mrs. J . P. E. Drummonds Sunday. G. V. Calloway has movc his family into the properiyivacated, - w b FOR A SLOGAN a- - slogan for Devonia the American Medicinal Mineral Water a slogan with punch and snap to it something that really suggests the benefit which comes- - from using Devonia. And we are going to give $200 in gold to - the person who sends us the best slogan. Think of it ! $200 for iust a few But Devonia, the finest of medicinal mineral waters the world over is worth it words. worth your best thought and effort. m E WANT What Devonia I 3. STOVES AND different .patterns RANGES a The best Oil Stoves, with buife& ovens, on the market These cook stoves were bought right and will be sold right. Come and examine them if you are in need of a new stove by Prof. Lee WSbb, Hansel has moved int& tM p'rop-1 erty vacated by Calloway.-?-J- . A Oliver, the Berea sales mane-jia- j' been in our town coDleotdvar. FTo Rav bo is hrftTtn miuti SwmSh I v .... 'vir out . parties L.. we ucuevefis ioojt v'' -n ing over tne .grouna-immg- .T.iriA perhaps, of .returning" to love. The little son of Mr. Wd M J. W. Hughes has been quite jr sick. Mrs B. H. Griffin 'and little sou have been visiting tlier parents, Mr. and .Mrs. j& 9&- Rice. J- - Donally the Irish oper-" aEmt JUlif MM I "1 V -- M Devonia is an American Medicinal Mineral Water. No other water has a record of such helpfulness to the ailing. Some of these for which it has been widely and successfully prescribed by physicians are: Constipation, Rheumatic Affections, High Blood Pressure, Hardening of the,A.., teries, Eczema and similar ailments. Unlike many other mineral waters, Devonia comes to you just as it comes from its natural source, a thousand feet underground. 'Nothing is added to it to make it stronger. It is not condensed. Yet so effective is it that a tablespoonful to a glass of water is all usually required for effective results. Neither is it a powerful cathartic- - Its properties are remedial, alterative and reconstructive. But to know what DeLV vonia really is you should learn what it has done for others. Get ' some of our booklets, "The Story of a Well Man," or some of the others. '- fe -' "'r''" Mf''JtiM. fe-ffM- ' No Conditions To This Contest. il vll Jhis-JirSjf- c -- rto J Jw H , John Robins BRODHEAD ator after visiting Paris, Lexington and Georgetown, is back on the , job. Mrs. Rov. Cox and children have returned after a few days visit with relatives at Lily, Ky. J. F. Dets, the tele phone man, was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday. R. L. Warren has returned from overseas 'and is looking fine. If you want the whole German situation in a nut shell just ask Rob. Mrs. George Gains was in London Monday between trains One month and, 5 days until the reunion af Level Green.. Everybody make hast and get ready. We intend to live over twenty years in one day. Don't forget the day and date. Mis. J. B. Hayse has returned from Cincinnati where she has been visiting relatives for the past two weeks. MrsTG. M. -- ,n'BB-" t xB.1 " H' .- . Take a 'ablespconful HSySssful Devonia to vof v mmm lVV waUr. You may send in one slogan or many. You do not need to Buy anything. All we ask is that the slogan be short and snappy. As we want only one slogan, there will be only one prize $200; but that is worth winning. The judges will he the officers of The Devonian Mineral Spring Company, Mr. Thomas E. Basham. B III president of the Thomas E. Basham Company, our advertising agents, and the advertising managers of the four Louisville papers. AH slogans must be in our hands by June 1. Ther announcement will be matkassoon thereafter Mil as the judges can rea"ch a 'decision, and their decision will be final. In case the winning slogan is suggested by two or more persons the prize will be divided equally. All slogans become the property of The Devonian Mineral Spring Company. Mail your slogan to The Devonian Mineral Spring Company, executive offices Owensboro. Ky. For our convenience "we ask you to use the coupon. wZ.wH -- COUPON THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING Owensboro, My CO., COUPON Inc. Ky. suggestion for a Slogan Is. (Write Plainly) USE ,djfca-- White Fawn FLOUR Wheat Made from selected Red Winter I Lavs read your books on. (Insert Names pf Booklet Nemo Address Here) THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Inc., Owensboro, Ky. Gentlemen: Please send me the following Devonia Booklets: "The Story of a Well Man." "Pushing Back Father Time." What to do with Rheumatism. Men a Charce." "Giving High Blood Pressure, the disease of the American business man. "Serious Trifles." Constipation. "Strengthening the Life Line." Hardening of the Arteries. "The Glow of Health." A Beautiful Skin depends upon Health. Check with an "X" such of the forsgolng as you would like to receive. Any or all cf t.iem w II be sent free on request. Fill In your name and address and malt to THE DEVONIAN WINERAL SPRING CO., (Incorporated) Red-Blood- T Owsnsboro, Ky. ' LIVINGSTON Mrs. Charlie Carpenter, of Lebanon, Ky., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. O'Dell. Mrs. J. J. Baker and daughter, Miss Fannie, visited relatives here lat-ta- r part of last week and also vis ited Mt Vernon and Mrs. Baker took the teacher's examination. She will teach the home schoo near Cedarville, this year. Dr. W. T. Amyx will go to Cincinnati next week to take a 'special course in optical work. The course will be conducted by Dr. W. B. Need les, one of ihe most noted special ist in the United States. t S. C. Carter has moved his family to Lebanon Junction and W. H. Qpttongim has moved .his fam- For Sale by all Merchants, A trial will convince yod. Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by L Crab Orchard Miling Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 5 X 4 J ' xjrscy r ; --r M Wl I Iv 2X t Thm Only A-W- Truss that Holds and Don't Hurt A f; ' WrkM&iS I ily intoHhe property vacated by A DOES WITH HARDBALL, l'i USING SOFT'ELT PAD' INSTEAD --r Jl A truss invented and patented by H, N Watt, and H woodwS manufactured by H, N Witt Truss Cottfpany, Inc., at Morristbwn, Tenn.' ' Wor Mrnn, Woman ii and Ohildran Don't Pail To Call and Examine .It NOW ON SALE AT li 2 - WEBB'S DRUG STORE.. ' LIVINGSTON, KY. it herfr between train Tuesday enroute to 'Cynthfana.i f Xy.-Mr- s. J. i , who has' been quite sick for some time is SSS5S? SSK 1 z -'rjha.4 - -K. '.naiiHV vm 'iHwuifiHB..uaw.:r nkl . k ruiB u it .i-.. . .v laiv-e rans. jtettie .Pike UUDl a a. Bourne wiiei. ." FOR A WEAK STO.MACH. WW tOft IV and daughter. Miss TAIma. have breakfast . MHboklaftfe Jfantme, fia proepeetmr rAs a general, rule all you need (or, retumidfrom'a few jlay's "visit John ReHoKVsiraara!isl15rii ip.Weipac la it b ebtainid to; do is to adopt a diet suited to t 111 with relatives' at "Brod'headand visited almost evMflsatrt ypor age and occupation and to ojdeon boati"tbe caraor-frfeaip-tooapVojir bowels regular. When k t. Vernon ; MlssLen H cCor. city aaa met Jmror-- our; OH 5?tip thL yoa . have eaten too it nuts'.Mfv mick ha8''resignedag.' assistant i rieods kd;rlstfiv and enjoytfel aidwhan constipated.take Poet Miatre'sV 'and 4frs. 'Battle mwakjroa :3VW efcwaWkUQ's Tablets: Fc-ure-, . w -- lights in other buildings. Mr.' andTMrs.f J. .Jf Drummopd are in Cincinnati for a few days. Mr&Koy iieasley, 'of Raven Niceley will pur- uuaao a jiguu pjaub m me near future to light up the Eight Gables Hotel and probably put some C4rter-Wv; Ballard, of Mt. Vernon was here Address (If under 21, qlve us name of father or mother) between trains Monday. Miss Onie Stivers, of Mt. Vernon, was If your Druggist doe not have Devonia, write to Executive Offices, The Devonian here Monday enroute to Berea Mineral Spring Co,, Incorporated, Owensboro. Ky. to attend school. Will and Luther Owens, of Quail, attended the .fuTradQ neral of J. H. Walton here Monday. James Parson, of Wildie, was here between trainsMonday, to cross swords with the editor. SLACKERS Mr. George Omary, of Knox-vill- Las to that age proposition, but has been visiting his son, will drop 'a word of warning this I am aittirig here a thinking of things I left behind, play with fire or step J. T. Omary. Egbert Omary who time, never And X hate to put on piper what's running through my mind on a man's foot that has corns has been atten'dibg-schoat Mil- Died May 18th, J. H. Walton We've dug million trenches, and cleared ten miles of ground. lersburg, has returnedwhome.. And a meaner place this side of Hell has never yet been found. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Owens, of He was born Tan. 24. 1862 and We've built a hundred kitchens for the cocks to stew our beans. Somerset, Visited Mr. and Mrs. died lu his 57th year. He had We've stood a hundred guard mount, or at least that's how It E B. Owens, here Sunday. Mr. had two or three strokes of parseems; I. W. Baker, of Mt. Vernon, was alysis and had suffered for some We've rolled o million blanket rolls washed a million duds; years with Asthma. Besides a here between , trains Sunday. The number of parades we've stoed would sure be hard to tell. E. Bullock passed through here wife he leaves a son, Rice Walton, But we'll ure parade in heaven for we've done our bit in Hell. on 22 Monday and threw off some of Benham, and daughter, Mrs. We killed a million rattlesnakes, that hid beneath our cots, of his announcement cards and I.E. Mann, of. Paris, Ky., three And picked a million sound fleas from out our army socks; asking the Republican bovs to brothers and a host of relatives We've marched a hundred million miles, and made a hundred camps, helo him. Well.e lian't ai.v and frleuds to ?Q?rn his death. And pulled a hundred needle thorns from out our army paats, .s && had been a" member of' the ff ? ,nt, o Mrr friends on rch r year But when our work on earth is done and 'we've done earth will tell, uublican " our bit in Hell. j. i Ttr How we died and went to heaven, for "' ixis remains were uua w rest in Mt. Vernon Thhrsftay is when the final taps have sounded and we lay aside life's care. But summoned - there by mi$afe& &e family baryjnffground in the And we do cur list parading up Heaven's golden stairs, jmivCmeterysvMinday; to await Will say And the Angels bid us welcome and the harps begin to play,. il Cll Offtr ,tfa'i- BIS MmWWl ,,f. f.1,nBa -r - Andwe give up all our cigaretts" and bid our booze farewell; ? we'll hear Saint Peter tell us loudly with a yell, tfGGfeS'tiifcfpR A oWens' ww i' Takera and sea,t all you Soldiers, for the Slackers go '" J 4WW . Q4M PINOTRIF., , poaaposed front written by; Pvt. Ralph Vance, Co J). 305 Engfner , " different, Jas. this is where the . t a ' vi"uifcu mietsirA 'mqo r? trAm tTruiH4iii "rv ffii,!. ? Buv jl DOtu&omJiumberiaursi of th 8oth,,J)iv. Prance. nM-w.. mivmmv f. - Name Retail Drug supplied by their Wholesale Druggist WHERE THE GO e, o .i -- fieheare'wlrtf:?1681411 --.-- -we-fwe?- :r-- . e -- weRshokrthiot AJJ MJMNMM W--- r . . - 1 It's-'tke- n to-Ha- ll. l&.VeraMbtfMitt '!"-"at-iSrott fc - WW??r -- - I J1$X&X&&3C I h. W..8JBTHU5Vft "- ' v ! u ; - s iK ft f J -- T ""X. ' P&WJ -' .. AV-v-H tiiKt.unW'i rtJal iiviur' 't s, MHnj r (i u - f ,t t -- ,: "IKgt. &f. :- -r : sV srfv 't- - xyj -- WiRpraotfos ia all the eewtst-- mtTtson,y. CHacca .? oc StMt r fjSC 'W sM; --- - ""! Myqa-t5- H IT . :Jgggtfg tions of the party, which he has done much to unite. The ciues- elon of how hi3 following will line up is now engagiDg the politicians, some claiming that Judge Carroll will be the benefic ' iary and others that Gov. Black will fall heir to most of it. Rumor has it that Beckham will get be hind the chief justice and Star-le- y will be for Black. It is also rumored that Dr. Alexander, of he "Democratic Forward League, will announce, for lieutenant with Col. Denhardt, which may or may not add to the latter's strength Things political are warming up and we look for them to be at fever heat before long. interioi ji. ? y a- - a .A j4 Vfc"Vi 1 - caster. At time a political convention was in To all of these great session Friday, May 23, 1919 gatherings Rockcastle had r Jarge number of delegates, who not only Published every Friday by attended bat were active in th EDGARS. ALB RIG LI. various doings of each. This proves how rapidly Rockcastle SUBSCRIPTION ONE VIJAK Jr.o is advan ing and the good intiu ence she will exert. The Signal Aivertising rates mace known on is proud to proclaim 'this new era application of progress and feels ccntideH that as time, goes on the delegate MEMBER OF will grow in numbers andexpa KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION in useful work in the convention . -. Mt. Vernon Signal .... .., Many people here and e's" where rejoice to know that tl e members of the Christian Chun-ate seriously considering the con struction of a new church home in Mt. Vernon. Throughout tl e We are authorized to whole country the construction W. T. SHORT as a candidate for State Senator in the of new church buildings has 17th Senatorial District, subject to the seized the people and many beau action of the Republican party at its tif ul structures have gom. up a primary election on August 2, 1919.' a resu t. This is a much needed I 11 ties, subject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on What are the "City Dads" do 'AugUbt2. 1919 ing? As officers of this town, they improvement in Mt. Vernon and it i v reatly hoped that one will We are authorized to annoimre HON. E. BULLOCK be bJilb which will be an ever-lasjia- g as a cad id ate for Represeutathe from monument to the membercomthe Seventieth Legislative district, ship ( f the church as well as an posed of Rockcastle and Laurel counornament to this i:ommunity. ANNOUNCEMENTS should be studying and planning Black, of something to improve the looks Barbourville made a rousing and meet the demands of this We believe the poo speech to a large and enthusiastic community. Governor James D RHEA RETikKS slaughtered in the bouse of his SUpp0SeU friends. Hon.Thomas S. Rhea bas wiadrawn from tb gubernatorial contest. When it was noised abroad that Perc Haly and Senator Beckham had split in their advocacy of candidate.1:, Beckham being for Khen aud Haly for Denhardt-- . we fel that the house divided against itself could not stand and that, s imsbody would have to get out Haly's backing being regarded as pjramount to Beckham's the queition was easy of decision It is said that in order to accomplish his ends Gen Haly gave wide publicity to the charge that Rhea was also the candidate of Gov ernor Stanley and followers, be iieving .that it would be a handi cap. This is the way the 'situation 1 oked till Mr. Rhea issued a statement denying the allegations and saying that thev were no only not ttue but that he quit over the protests of his support ers, whose loyalty is as great as ever .a man possessed. -Bis rea . son for withdrawing ne says is because he did not wart to engage in a factional fight within the party and he would not. A good many supporters will regyet his decision as Mr. Rhea is held in high esteem by both alleged fac "v" That's just what I've always wished a cigarette 'would do satisfy" 7 l BT Journal. DO YOUR BEST. i Everyone should do all he ca provide-to- r his family and ir ordtr to do this he must kcei his physical system in the besi to ... canditipn possible. No one car reasonably hope to do much when he is half sick a god shan-othe time. If you- - are consti pated, bihaus or troubled wltl indigestion get a package of Chamberlain's Tablets and fol f W J low the plain printed directions, aud you will soon be feeling al right and able to do a day's work. -- Judgment on Demutrer To Indictments. "But let me say right here that election to the Governorship of Boyd Kellj, John A ") Ward, G.W. Smith, my state will fiil the measure of Moses Burkhart, my political ambition, I would Bradley Burkhart, not again be a candidate for office. Ewell King. Dwight Defendant But, with a greatful mind, I Pace, Lloyd Middle-tonNoe, Pearl would tet mvself with tireless zeal Dean, to the task of rerdering devoted GeorgeWynn and Wright service in the hope same would Joe White, J yield a great people's approval, Came this day into open court so earnestly coveted by me. I the defendants, John A.Ward, G. would have no end to subserve W. Smitb, Moses Burkhart, bejond that of giving to the peo- Bradley Burkhart, EweJl King, ple a clean, business-lik- e adminis- Lloyd Middleton, Pearl Noe, tration of affairs along lines of George Dean, Wright Wynn and economy and industry. I would Joe White,' in custody of Tip not want or have any need of any Langford, the sheriff of Rockpolitical machine I am not a castle County, defendants being politician and am unacquainted arrested and brought into court with the ways of t'ae politician upon the charge of the murder of The political mountebank aud I Luther Shipman. The said dehave nothing in common. While fendants being in custody of the I am wholly unacquainted with court by counsel, L W.Bethurum, his tricks and the shady road he C. C Williams and W. F. Hall, apgoes, I know him aud his ways peared and under protest filed well enough to avoid him and his and entered their demurrer in snares. I am one of the plain the indictment and the court havfolks and my friends are those ing read the iudictment and havwho want honest government, ing heard the argument of coun and believe I would do right. The sel for the Commonwealth and wily politicians are not for me. for the defendants and being now They do not trust me, for they advised upon-th- e matters of law know they cannot control me. I arising upon the indictment belong to no faction. I belong to the demurrer to the indictment thepeople.-"- ' against defend: nts, John A Ward, G. W Smith, Moses BurkThe demand for the construc- hart, Bradley Burkhart, Ewell vs: ,. -- audience last Saturday at Richmond, in opeuing his campaign for the Democratic nomination for Governor. In our opinion the speech is a vote getter. If the people of Kentucky will read and study this sp-ecthey wll realize the wonderful importance of electing such a mm to the high office he seeks. We shall, fioin time to time, comment on the various things he advocates and stands for as a candidate That part of his speech which pleased us most is as follows: h, pie of our town deserve better and more modern things and should show the world that Mt. Vernon is made up of aggressive, high-mind- Children Cry for Fletcher's The feature of Chesterfields is that they begin where other cigarettes leave off. In other words, besides pleasing the taste, Chesterfields go 'em all one better they satisfy! Just like a long drink of cold water satisfies when you're downright thirsty. No other cigarette can give you this new thing in cigarette enjoyment because none can copy Chesterfield's blend. It's a blend of the finest TURKISH tobaccos from Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun and several varieties of the choicest DOMESTIC. And the blend itself the skill with, which these tobaccos have been proportioned r-- is a real discovery in cigarette making. C?yjG''&ijjtAj, ed date business and people, who are daily advancing this community morally, intellectup-t- o ually and commercially. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT May Term, 1919 Thk Commonwealth of Kentucky, She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in tise for over thirty years, has borne the signature of Plaintiff f'CCAiCSM'bv ana has been made under his per-T-y. sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow Tin OTlft ft rtPMMTTA Just-as-goo- d" rrnu in ttile tAtee-- All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than. thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea J allaying u?everishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR A a I B9 B T .fBt. .tA j- - m .k - 1 .V. bfl of Turkish 9 and Domestic tobaccos blended- IGARETTEjS - . GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMFANY. NCWYORK CITY. yT kftfr" ALWAYS '&&DON'T RENT FOREVER-BUI- LD - The Kind You Have Always Bought NOW OU know how you feel about the houae you are renting; you don't want to make any improvements, you don,t hx things up as nice as you would if it were your own, but, when you are living in your own home, it is so different. Every dollar you spend for improvement, every little comfort, makes life just that much more worth living, and you have more than a stack of rent receipts to show for the money you have spent. -- ..' .mqfi'f gsM-fcf- mm ; - Counsel for the defendants moved the court that the defendant Boyd Kelly, be granted "a reasonable bond to answer the indictment as against him The Commonwealth's Attorney beipg in court and not objecting thereto it is ordered by the court that the said Boyd Kelly be, and he is, hereby allowed to execute bond in the sum of three thousand ($3000.00) dollars, for his appearance in the Rockcastle Circuit Court to answer said indictment on the 2nd day of its next August In days gone by, when state Term, i91q. until which time this and district conventions were case as against Boyd Kelly is held, very much suame, no one ever appeared as a .delegate from Rockcastle. But things have greatly changed and very muchtoour credit. Last week For Iaf aits aad Ckildrca the State Christian Endeavor Convention" wa"held in Winchester, IhUm ji :t. ii while the jState Sasday School A!vsm " yF-Cooveutiou was going oaia Lan to-ou- tion of a pike from Mt. Vernon to Somerset is daily growing Judge Cam Mullins is taking the lead in this important matter and J.udge Tarter, who presides over the County Court of Pulaski aud who is an advocate or good roads, is heartily with our m solving this important Judge problem. That a pike should be built along the most direct route with the best grade obtainable all will agree. It will go through one of the very best farming sections of Rockcastle and would in a few years pay for itself The farmers are waking up to the absolute necessity of having better roads and will unite with the two courts in planning and financing the cost of its construction. The Sigual recognizes the great benefit to be derived from carrying out such a plan and we believe that the Fiscal Courts Of the two counties, with the help of the1 people, will be able to Accomplish this important task. King, Lloyd Middleton, Pearl Noe, George Dean, Wright Wynn and Joe White, is sustained and the Commonwealth not desiring to refer the said indictment to the Grand Jury the said indictment is dismissed and the said defendants are ordered and adjudged to Jbe discharged from custody. To all of which ruling of the Court the Commonwealth of Kentucky excepts and prays an appeal to the Court of Appeals, which is rsw.: Fi- .''" SS2 j- I'll Furnish the Plans And the Lumber JF" - S ixi &ZZ: ' ..- - .CJ " SB Makes Such Light, Tasty Biscuits Just let mother call, "Biscuits fpr Breakfast l" We're sure there's a treat that can t be beat m store light, tender biscuits for us toasty brown and all puffed up with goodness I For mother is sure of her baking powder Calumet. She never disappoints us because wanted. You have your own ideas about the comfort in a home, and no doubt you have often pictured in your mind just whore you would put each room, how large you would have them, and all the little intimate details which go towards making a place that you can. really call "home.' I can be of assistance in making it what you want, yet holding "down tne cost. And my services are free of cost. m r Let me help you to plan the kind of a home you have always granted. K. S WITH ty this wee. IIK TTVV KIULffitHisSSS-WfelER1 :D1NG MATERIA! B JAKINOI CALUMET fflwL BAKING POWDER '- mm mm a,MAfr in r ruttfcBYll '.H It's dependable -- never disapp6ints'&r. - ERS always thesameT-hf- . r Try it. Results Ben Mullins is in Jackson coun- r ' Calumet contains only such ingredients, as have been approved offi- - cjallybylheU.SjFood Authorities. ' Bmy k. Ye Sv Wim U Ye Sire Wke. Y I rt CASTOR IA U HIGHESTiliS '"tv TlAMNGH AV.V- - lr. and Mrs. DaughertyrOf Cookbnrg, Thomas were the guests of Mr?. Mattie Mullins Sunday Mrs. Sarah A Mullins arid little son, Dean, were the guests of Mrs. P. N. Roberts, Cooksburg, Sunday. Robert Lee Mullins,, who has been in army servicecfor the past 19 months, has arrived home Misses ' Minnie and Ola Durham-,-' of Cruise, wciethe Misses Maggie BQMit Mimas sarmay.- -r gueste-of, christened Leila Hellen. Misses Gertrude and Violet Metcalt were the guests of Misses Callie and Sarah Rob erts Sunda'y. -- Misses Mary and Eliza Mullins were the guests of their cousins, Misses Maggie and Bessie Mullins Sunday. J. H- Mullins was inXivington Friday. The wet weather has got the farmers behind with their work in this part. Mrs. Estill Mullins is visiting relatives in Bell coun ty this week. a girl May 17, ABOUT RHEUMATISM. 1 'People are learning that it is only a waste of time and money to take medicine internally for chronic and muscular rheumatism, and about ninety-ninout of a one or the hundred cases are other of these, varieties. All that is really secessary to afford relief is to apply Chamberlain's Linment freely. Try it. It costs but 35 cents per bottle. Large size 60 cents. e .CMCA0O. 5 "; H- a'V - r -- ri;. W": "' l J' " .- x tottewiteof J. C. Mucins 0 CASTORIA . OhildxeiL Cry FIR FLETCKcrS .- ' --f s : ; . s- 1 , S- 0 If h church preached the" baccaBernard Franklin who has laureate sermon, an excellent 'dispassed from the Eighth Grade to course, Monday evening came High School, has taken up the the the Eighth Grade CommencelOUISVlLLC & N ASKVIUX R. R. CO. study of watch and clock and ment and Wednesday evening electrical work at his father's shop the final program, when the five . TIME TABLE. on Main street. graduates of the High School re4.57 p 22 north... 3:35am 24 north.... Arthur Daily was given $200. ceived their diplomas. The Rev. 23 south 12:35 P m damages in his suiF against the Hagan, of Covington, delivered 12:45 a m town, claimed on damages from the class address. His subject 21 South This." Jas. Landrum, Agent. water backing up on his property Men for a Time Likefilled to having proper The auditorium was due to the town not Phone No. 8. drainage. Mr. Daily lives near its capacity, with attentive and Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoEce interested hearers, who sat althe Baptist church. u 8eeondcIau mail matter. spellbound for more than The reason that the Salvation most three quarters of an hour and PERSONAL Army has accomplished more listened to this masterly address Miss Ruth Landrum was at good than other societies with by one of Kentucky's most noted the same amount of funds is behome Sunday. divines The five graduates from Little Marguerite Merrick has cause of, the gratuitous work done the High School were Misses Haz been sick this week of scarlet fe and the whole soul way in which el Johnson, Margaret Welch, the workers undertake the task. ver. and Messrs John Al A few years ago the Salvation bright and Julian Miller. Misses Luana Whitehead and Bernice Landrum are shopping Army was composed of small The Mt. Vernon Graded and bands singing and preaching on High School is one of Mt. Verin Louisville this week. Master Will McKeuzie has the street corners with not enough non's greatest assets and with been pretty sick with mumps and funds to have a meeting place. each succeeding year the instituBy persistent efforts in the right ether complications. tion is growing in strength and Wednesday direction it has grown to be a popularity. - A postal received powerful organization for good. from Fred McFerron stated that school year enThe 1918-The music class of Miss Ault countered many obstacles for do had arrived on American soil he Mrs. Cora White and little man gave a recital at Langdon ing the best work. The first half daughter, Mae Lillian, left Tues- School last evening. Miss Ault-ma- n of the year was virtuall7 lost on is one of the most popular account of the flu, but With all of day morning for minis to be gone teachers that has come to our tbat, the classes in all grades, several weeks. Claud Federick has arrived on schools and one of the most pro- did the work prescribed and made American soil after about 12 ficient in her work.. That she a splendid finish. Prof. Lucy months service under the Stars will return next year will be good and his faculty labored faithtully news to her many friends and and notwithstanding all the disand Stripes in Europe. admirers in the town. advantages which have been conMiss Addie Burdette, of the Fred Pike, son of Jesse Pike, fronted, the year just closed has Renfroe soction, spent part of the week in town with Misses of Pine Hill, shot and killed a been a most successful one. Leila and Amanda Davis and at man by the name of Ballou in Corbin last Saturday. Pike was tended, the commencement. on the police force and it is said Rome Adams, an old timer at the business, is one of the dray that Ballou was very angry at men now and when business is Ptee because of Pike's action in entrusted to him. it will be taken some blind tiger raids. Pike was care of. Rob Fredericks is the taken to Williamsburg where he other and we believe Rob will al- had his examining trial and was held over under an $8,000 bond. so stick to business. was here; yesterday .Burdette Owens; who has been His father arranging the bond to send to jjmmw mmmmmmWe-:- ' working at Cot bin and attending Whitley. night school and otherwise putting every available moment in Mrs. Cleo Brown received a lethis classes, is in the list of gradu- ter Weduesday from her son, MISS TABITHA HIATT. ates of the Corbin High School. J.McKenzie Brown, Such boys as Burdette Owens of the British Army, in which be are the ones who make a record in referred to his marriage last year. the world. The letter which evidently told son of our of the happy event has never Thomas J Bullen, good friend, J. C. Bullen, who reached here. This reference had service in France, is at heme. was the first intimation that has Young Bullen was a driver in the reached Mrs Brown, that her son amunition tram and most of the is married. He said the girl that time was handling the big can- won his heart, was a little girl, nons." He says many a time he who nursed him through a long has seen the cannons kept firing siege of the flu. until they were red hot. Services will be held at the Clarence Rickels is at home af- court house Sunday afternoon for MISS HAZEL JOHNSON. ter 18 months service overseas the benfit- of the twenty-fivconHe was in the Rainbow Division victs, who archere at work on our J, " : '" and his discharge shows him to roads. Rev H. T. ' Yaung will have been in the following bat- preach next Sundaj, and each tles: Loraine, Champagne, Cha- Sunday thereafter, there will be teau Theiry, Ainse Ma me, services which different ministers and will St. Mihiel, conduct. One volunteer Sun Sedan. He was wounded and day School teacher is asked for, was in the hospital near two who will go there and conduct month's and after his recovery re Sunday School each Sunday morn, turned to his division hx the Army ing. The churches have the opof Occupation on the Rhine leav- portunity of doing what they can ing Europe about the middle of for these unfortunates. The April. public is invited to attend all LOCAL these services, if you are really M ISS MARGARET WELCH. interested, but if you come as a Men's white silk hose, 25 cts. curiosity seeker, you had better stay at home. at Drummond's Store. W 1 -- SCHOOL CLOSES. has bought the The Graded School came to a property of Mrs. Luther Manus on West Main Street. Price not final close Wednesday night. 'The Mt. Vernon, Ey, May 23, 1919 given. music recital by the pupils of Miss Virginia Bradley last Friup "No. 79" wntttWf. "7rt waat toOommuaJ. & Sj Lost: A gold circle pin, near day evening marked- - the beginI M oat with BIQNAL w ReGraded School. Reward. ning. On Sunday evening Rev. turn to Signal office. Cris-tia- n Virginia Bradley. Brazelton, of the Stanford W. H. Fish .f. Mt. Vernon Signal -- ' v.. - - - msumusss of them. Miss Johnson will enter college at Danville this fall. Misses Hiatt and Welch will T n"ir"rgiirjiBrif"rni om 1 teach this yeHr, John Albright will enter college, at Danville, in September, and Julian Miller ex; pects to go to Kentucky University. Ladies' hose black and white, at Drummond's Store. Rooms For Rent: On Main Street, below Wm. Poynter. Mrs Minnie Merrick, Mt. Vernon, Ky. For Sale: White Wyandotte eggs, setting 15 for $1.00. Mrs. Gds Staverson, Apr. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 18- -4 B t. Did the Salvation Army make Ask any soldier who has been to the front. Crochet Cotton 3 balls 10 cents good during the war? at Drnmmond's Store. CIRCUT COURT. Court will adjourn tomorrow. Marion Durham, who was on trial at the time of our last issue for the killing of Squire Singleton, was given two years in the pen. Me nas already received his sentence and was taken to prison at Frankfort first of this week. THE YOUNG MAN bHbbbbbHbbb1bVbb BbVbbHHbVbIbVHbVbbbVbbbbbbIbVbHbbVI HbVbbbbHbbVbV 19 Lieut-Colon- el Men's Suits $15 and up at Drummond's Store. Boyd Kelly, who was tried here two weeks ago for the killing of Luther Shipman, in Harlan, and was pardoned by the Governon, was also indicted for the murder of Grant Shipman After the trial in which Kelly was given 21 years, and then pardoned, .ComAttorney Flippin monwealth's asked that the indictment against Kelly for the murder of Grant Shipman be quashed and in turn re. referred the case to the grand jury a"nd asked that not only Kelly but the eleven other men. in cluding Judge John A.Ward, Judge of Harlan, who were with him on the night of this unfortunate raid, be indicted for conspiracy. it is mart but twelve men not just one from Harlan stand indicted in Rockcastle for the murdor of the two Shipmans in Harlan. Later the whole twelve indictments were set aside and so far as it stands now, there is nothing on the docket of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, of the Harlan trouble. ex-Coun- ty THIS IS HIS STORE MbHHHbIbW HHbVbVI bIbbVBHbVbMbVbVHbV place where his clothing requirements have been thoroly "thrashed out" by experts, along with the master designers and tailors of this country. A. The Best Patterns, Colors Models and Fabrics ARE HERE FOR HIS APPROVAL The CREAM of the CLOTHING SITUATION Is Here To-da- y FISH'S SPECIALS TO $20. $45. T HISSILK SHIRTS His New Neckties HIS-SOF- HATS His Cool Union Suits and everything he needs MAIL ORDER'S SENT TO US ARE GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION Ladies' hats 50 cents at Drummond's Store. - - e r- --' r. - '". Ovie, the 16 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Evans, of Orlando, was thrown fronfa horse last Friday and received injuries which caused his death only a few hours later. The burial took place Saturday at the family grave yard near the home, after funeral service conducted by . Rev. M. G. Fish. THE CASH r BETWEEN STORE j d ui w am mm SS2ZS & am iw a iv a K4fn a THE BANKS i rajLawno WE LEAD vice in the war sgainst Germany, -- iGVh OTHERS FOLLOW ' Meuse-Argon- e ) V I Men's Lew tut Shoes $4j0a There has been quite a good pair at Drummond's Store. deal said about the big "Home Men's hose 10 and 15 cents. Coming" to be held at Level Men's work sox 15 cents at Drum- Green next month. It being my girlhood home. and where mond's Store. I spent most of my happy school Kentucky's- - dead in the world days, naturally feel very I much war numbered 2,668 and more interested in it. I believe there than 3,000 men from the State is not one of the great number were wounded. who attended school at that place family, if it is possible to attend, will not Dr. W. D. Laswelll and of Kings Mountain, passed up to gladly giasp the opportunity of Rockcastle Saturday morning to coming back to spend a few hours attend the burial of Ovie Evans, with old friends and school mates. a nephew, who was. killed by a However, we may not all look runaway horse. Interior Journal just like we did then; for seasons come and gone and with Big. Home Couikg: Russel have them many changes have taken Niceley and Swannie Price, will furnish refreshihents,.cream, etc., place, in each of our lives. But that tie that binds the at the Big Home Coming at Level all school mates remains hearts of unbrokGreen, June 26, Everyone inen. There are many that will vited, it. not'answer the roll call on that Cossie J. Bullock Bon of Hon day. Some are living in other E. Bullock, who ha seen, service states and countries who cannot in France' since last September, conveniently come back, and is bck in the United States. His some have answered the roll call health has notbeea eood since up yonder, among them our be April and he is now in a hospital loved teacher to whom a great is Pennsylvania; bat' expects to many.of us owe thesmallor great be able to "bYtransf erred te Camp suoceee la life at teaobers,- RavabvDav&S WiiTev T.roKsAvil Taylor tkis week; , --. r'-- T-- v --- during the time the United MEMORIAL SCHOOL. and States was fighting, she knitted Langdon Memorial .school ansixty pair of socks, eight sweatMr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite nounces their Commencement ers and six pair of wristbands for a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would 7. May Exercises The our soldiers. While seveniv-si- x have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most Sermon will.be preach years old, she frequently declares, disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with ed by the Rev. F. J. Cheek, D. butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have would had she been a man, she D., in the Presbyterian ' church regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but have gladly shouldered a gun and after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just Sunday May 25th at 8 p. m. gone to the trenches to have fought seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they wert On Monday night at 8:15 a the bloody huns. no good at all for my trouble. I heard Chinese operetta, "Th0 Feast of the little Lanterns' by Paul Bliss, THEDFORD'S Just as we go to press word will be given in the court if the reached us of the death of Mr T. weather permits. Commence- B. Lair, who has been very low ment exercises will beheld Tues for several weeks of brights disday at 8:15 m .the .chapel. In ease. The funeral will take place case of rain Monday night, Tues tomorrow at the family burying day's program will be given Mon- ground, but the time we are recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured day and furtherannouncement to say. me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best will be made about ihe operetta. liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or The work of the pupils will be on stomach trouble any more." acts on HOW'S THIS. exhibition Monday night. the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysWe offer One Hundred Dollars tem. This medicine should be in every household for Mrs. Mary E Williams, who is Keward for any case of Catarrh use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel only a patriot but always a tbat cannot be cured by Hall's not sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tobooster for Rockcastle, heartily Catarrh Medicine. morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. endorses our slogan to paint.the Hall's Catarrh Medicine has ONE CENT A DOSE JOHN ALBRIGHT. county red. thereby been taken by catarrh sufferers aw to raise red cattle, red hogs and for the past thirty-fiv- e years, and red chickens, and to nave the has become known as the most purest breed in all three. Frdm reliable remedy for Catarrh. the beginning of the Mt. Vernon Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru FOR SALE. The convicts arrived here last i BBBBBBBbH fair, this good, and progressive. the Blood on the Mucous surfaces Sunday and on Monday began .Turkey eggs, at $1.50 per woman, nas never failed to en exoelline the poison from the work near the grave yard east of dozen. Call, phone or write Mrs. Chas. Loveix, courage-th- e farmers in raising blood and healing the diseased town There wil not be an halt Burr, Ky. better stock. To help alopg in portions. until they reach Livingston. The this great work, ahe authorizes Alter you have taken. Halls guards in charge, Capts. R. G. AREYOU HAPPY the Signal .to say that she will off- Catarrh Medicine- - for a "short Shoemaker, W. A. Allen .and Ed To be happy you must be welL er the following premiums at this tyme yo will see a great improve- Price. If you are frequently troubled year's fair: "For the best pen of ment in your general health. with constipation and indigestion Rhode Island red chickens, con- Stast taking Hall's Catarrh Medi youcannot.be altogether happy. FOR SALE: sisting of one rooster and four cine at rid of cat Take Chamberlain's Tablets to JULIAN MILLER. hens, First prize, $3.00f Second arrh. Send for testimonials, free. Poultry farm, 12 acres with gorrect' these disorders. They The five graduates, wlio go oat prize, $2 00. For the beet pe of Teledo, good buildings. 2j4 miles from are prompt and effectual, easy F. X Cheney, from the dd,so as Rhode slahd red chickewi, ' con- Ohio. Brod and pleasant to take. 75c ikkVernpn; 34"miles-froOBe of, 'the sisting of on cockerel halo& pike. classes, that has ever left the in- - Lpmtote,.lrstc;iHlitt-$I.OOS- ci-, : fThf V? iKXi. Nicr.XY " .t t it ' ir rr vm . i. entnriAH 'aaFi-... 1 lie 'lllCDUHt III 'TnsUCAMll . ftif i A u k -- aKo t Mil UHUWUU. IB A' ""- lrl FLETCJItrl K 5- - ,J?,""-l 5"""""?,-'--'fL7 V n.: D MTCi.wg'auuutit,iui JC lis;Tndv u iutarestoive lour gnuMUsofti'te the X5 COMMENCEMENT AT LANG-DO- N STOMACH TROUBLE 25-2- Bac-calanr- ate bbbLXbLH black-- d RAUGHT Black-Draug- ht uu-ab- le She-mean- s -- 'kJB -- -- bnce-andg- et . schopl-this'yeaf- ', xaoat:-representati- ve a .... ior t?M. Sotdbyggisw, j -- - - TU-ln- i - u-- - --.- ": fir" . JATQ , J . lflAfl - -: ';".-Jr- " .l) - m. z . .'-- 1. j- - r "-- Children Cry '?T. 1 I CA.S.TOR1X ; ' "" -- ? i. v rtiiHriHK&SfiftBae -- 3r' i.-r- 'NOTIGETOdONTRACTORS May 14, 1919. .office of the Commissioner Sealed b;ds will be received Roads, Old Capitol Building. Frankfort, Kentucky, until of Public of Public 2 PtM. Thursday May 29, 1919 by the Commissioner Road number Roads for the improvement of Mt. Vernon-Lond- on losFDi from Livingston. Ky., to the Laurel County Line a distance of approximately .6 78 miles. The improvement will consist of shaping that 'road and constructing necessary drainage structures. at-ch- e Times Are Getting Better : If not for you it is because you are negkcting to embrace the opportunity offered you. These better times are coming to your neighbors and 'to your friends the men who and are practicing Self-Den- ial Public Sale 28th On Wednesday, May . T 1919 -- 1 Thrift: We see them every day in our Bank : FIRST STATE BANK Capital $I5,000 i LIVINGSTON, KY. NOT YET 2 YEAHS OLD Deposits $64,000. This work is a Federal Aid Project. .Plans may be seen and instructions to bidders, specifications and forms of proposal secured at the office of the County Clerk at Mt Vernon, Kentucky and st the office of the Department of Public Road, Old Capitol, Building, Frankfort, Kentucky. Blue prints ot the work may be obtained from the Geo G. Fetter Company, Louisville, Kentucky. payable toStatfe Treasurer ot Kentucky. A certified check Credit of the Read Fund equal in round numbers to 5 per cent', of the bid must accompany each proposal. APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES OF WORK. The right to reject any and all bids.is reserved. T Clearing and3rubbing 19 88 Acres Clearing trees and stumps above I2" Dia 60. T 89063. Cu. yds Excavation Earth Excavation-Roc- wiFF seFT.fo fhe Mghesf bidder a sfock of Ied the County in Subscripts .ns'to Victory Loan , k 2-4 . " Borrow... Concrete Concrete ;. -- ....... v. .6492. Cu yds 3l63 Cu yds 724 6 Cu yds 3 96 Cu yds Consisting of Ginghams, Calicoes, Domestic, Outing, Work Shirts, Overalls. Hats, Caps, Shoes, Low Cuts, Ball Band Rubbers, Colar Pads, Horse Shoes,. Mule Shoes, Hardware, Tinware, and also some Household and Kitchen Goods Also willofferone PLAYER PIANO, new, with 18 rolls The retail price for Music, Bench and Scarf This is a fine Piano I bought it direct from the factory and 1 9 1 9 on this Piano is $ 1 ,000. is perfect in condition. The home without a Piano is awful lone-S- O m e . This Piano will not sell unless it brings enough to satisfy the owner, and will sell it on 12 month time with note I can get the money on. Everything else will be sold on 6 months time with bankable note. Interest 6 per cent. Also, there will be a lunch stand on the ground. Cash paid for Eggs and Chickens on that day, so it will pay you to attend this Sale. Sale Goods are now going up again and may stay high. So come and buy your needs. 'Sale begins at 10 o'clock and will continue until everything is sold. Sd remember time and place. to-this General Merchandise ' ia a a a a a a' ----- We "aa ----- GROCERIES MEAT, Including ae Carry a Full Line of LARD, .u..........o.....aa. . eaaftaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaBa... O Concrete Cement Rubble Masonry i.6iCuyds 942 4 9C Reinforcing Steel ill'.'. 18 inch 'Pipe 24 inch Pipe 6 inch Vittified Pipe a Bridge Sta. 295 plus a .. -, r. . Cu yds 27285 pounds 2096 Liu Ft 282 1150 Lin Ft Lin Ft 17 over 20 ft. clear span. 30.3 Cu yds .5.9 Cu yds 1 8 Cu yds 375. 1 Cu yds 7290 Pounds a a a a a a a a a m a a a a a a a a Omcrete Concrete Concrete i-- 2-4 2-5 2-3 Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, ; Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Cement Rubble Masonry Reinforcing Steel R. Wiley, . : a- - us FLOUR i MEAL everything that is and in fact kept in an up to date Grocery Has. ' Commissioner Public Roads. WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF a. a. . '-- Men's and Boys' OVERALLS ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS from a genuine Panama down to the lowest Siaiiyo PERUNA mk Mid-dlebur- a --- 'a a a IN. B. West Main Street CUMMINS On t V V a a a a a a a a a priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a live and let live price. P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our which is brim full 5C to 1 of bargains" fo'r every housekeeper. 0C-9OUNTE- Logan Co., Ohio, writes as follows: "I have used Peruna with sucIt has cured me of catarrh of the head and throat. It ts the best medicine for catarrh that I have ever used. I am completely-curedThanks to Peruna." Mrs. Marquis is but one of many thousands who know the value of Peruna for that catarrhal condition of the membranes, responsible for many of the cess. . Mrs. Kate Marquis, g, I ' a" ' ! mm" Am" Cured . torn 41 ;HS Completely. WgW 'ly aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacaaaaaa aaa ao! If you object to liquid remedies .3 human ills. "ask for Peruna in tablet form. f 'wr . CINDER, Hiatt, Ky. miles from, ppodhead at Hiatt P. O. SMITH & BOWMAN, Auctioneers BINDER TWINE n I . ! The best twine that money can buy absolutely the ;first quality can be bought .B. per hundred Berea ttKrhon.yay $22.50 Get your order !n early and be , Ibs.-F.O- sure-o- f this wonderful saving Binders McCORMICKOR DEERING Get yours before it is too late. Tobacco Setters and Wire Fence Our this Spring now Here Wagons m Cultivators Ready-f- o Wear - BEMIS or TIGER $85. $90. They are hard to get Come at once or phone and scarce no wis us just what you want the time. Don't wait till you Our price will save need it before getting. you $25.00 OLD HICKORY All kinds and Sizes and WEBER in stock. ;If you want 4 ft. No. 10 Top 45c 24in complete only $115. the best made let us 4ft.No.9Top 55c 3 " " " $120 show you die no wood abouf it Weber $5.00 higher Heavy 4ft. Hog not even the tongue BarbedWire These prices are subject 80 rods only $5.00 to change any time and are ,Our price will save $25.00 under the wholesale all-ste- 7th Car See our Men's Suits DODGE Broth ers We will have more Dodge Cars within the week. Get your order in now if you want to be sure. el Our Boysf Dept. Our Girlsf and Children's Dresses. Our Ladies' ready-to-we-ar We offer you the largest Dept. of its kind to choose from and our stocks are complete. You can get just what you - t Our price complete to you including War Tax, only These prices are delivered your station market to day-- ra hin,t to the .i wise. you a five spot want $Tf 180.00 It will payjou big dividends to make the trip beside? showing you.,tatcltb!re itTEstern Kentucky. Wc can offer you prices that rail open your eyes not in one department but in seventeen. Wccalbyouf'Special att&ittbiHo DepartmenUwith its new Refrigerators, stores ' - 9J6nr this montff 01Lder ? irr to-d- ay for tiiat DODGE Bros.' 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