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Mount Vernon signal: May 30, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919053001_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 30, 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. . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY gmffctwit MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 30 19: luff ill A LE establishfd; -- s- 1887 XXXII NUMBER 3, BR O DO YOU LTVEf IN THE MOUNTAINS? DH EAD Mountain Summer School a v With Chautauqua Features BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KY. June 6 to July 1 1 and July II to August 15 r Pleasure 'and profit for aspiring teachers, business men, farmers discharged soldiers, house keepers Christian workers. "Something good for every comer!1' Daily discussions of things important for the moun. tains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states, Berea Faculty inaludes many of the greatest educators and speakers of the south, and summer brings in many other cnoted men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. "works with all Berea is religious, followers of Christ," Tobacco prohibited. Best location, climate and equipment. Prices are made right for young folks just getting a start "cheaper than staying at home," Address the Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn. Berea, Kentucky. non-sectarian, J- - i STEP STOVES BOX RANGES a dozen different --- AND m in patterns built-i- n The best Oil Stovesfwith ovens, on the market These cook stoves were bought right and will Come arid examine be sold right them if you are in need of anew stove tilohn Robins BRODHEAD USE White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants, ?r Kid. L. N Bowling conducted the services at the funeral of Mr T. B. Lair 'last Saturday at Rose Hill. Prof. E. A. Strange, woo is spending his vacation with his family at Columbia, was here during the week. Mrs. A. J. Pike was called to Lebanon Junction last week on account ,of the serious illness or Mrs. Jonn Pike. Eld. L. N. Bowling" held regular services at the Christian church here Sunday morning and evening. A pie supper was given at the school building last Friday evening for the benefit; of Brod- head Brass Band and quite a nice sura was realized. The boys are getting along nicely ande-for- e long will be able to make good music. Miss Ada Ward, of Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Sowder. Sergeant Walter Bowling, son of Mr. and Mrs B F. Bowling arrived here Friday night with his honorable discharge. He is delighted to be at home with his relatives and friends who are glad to have him among tbe'm again. Mr. Bowling was in the the" thickest of tire fight "over there" but fortunatee ly never got a scratch. Miss Shelton is visiting in Boston this wehk. News of the death of Miss Hallie Snoody's father reached here Saturday, and her many friends here extend to her their sympathy. After school closed here Miss Snoody went to Harlan where she began a private school and had not visited her parents since Christmas. She was on the early train Sunday morning on her way to her home at Glasgow, where the funeral took place that afternoon. Granville Postmaster .Owens Accompanied her from here, returning Monday noon. The heirs of the late John Riddle sold their flouring mill to Hiram Laws and Hugh McBee this week and the new firm will take charge as soon as the deed can be made. We I ailed to learn the price, but this is mighty good property and we are sure brought a fair price. J. J. Painter came up from Stanford Tuesday and brought with him a bushel of corn to have ground into meal at the Bowling mill. Jim says that if you want real ''John Winkler Water Mill Meal" to come to this mill and you can get Mr. and it. and Jim knows. Mrs. O. R. Cass and Kobt. Cass were in Louisville Wadnesday. Mrs. Bronston Elder, of Stanford, is with her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. - R. Cass here this week. Austin Sparks Durham, of Mt. Vernon, is spending a few Bu-tricT- Mrs. O. L. Hatcher. Bdd tfrown the hustling stock Buyer was in the Glades last week buying cat-tje. Mr. and Mra. F. E. Mul- lins, and son, Kenneth, and Vic Price, of Mullins Station, motored over Sunday and spent the day with Mrs M. E. Price Mrs. A,. C. Sowder has been seriously ill but is some better at this writing Floyd Gentry has returned to his homestead in Montana. He has'just returned from oversea The reunion is the talk of the day "now. Jt surely will be one of the happiest days of our Hyes. There will, of course, be a feeling of sorrow to think our dear schoolmaster cannot be pres ent Each and everyone should do their bit to help make it the day of all days. Miss Lula Hnrsi is. able to be out again after a long 'siege of tiu. Edd Brown was in Mt. Vernon Monday. Mrs. Wade Mullins, and children, of. Plato, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Sowder. Little Miss Hazel Hatcher, spent a part of last week with Miss Essye Brown. STOCK AND CROPS. B. Livesay sold to P. B. J. Thompson one coming two year old steer for $83. 20, also to Edwards & Thompson two yearling heifers for $72.50. Joe Roberts sold to Joe 'Cromer a cow and calf for .$80. ,Gus Staverson sold to J. B. Livesay one eight months old Hereford bull calf for $110.00. J. B. Livesay bought of Joe Cromei six hogs for 128.40. There was a big run of cattle at Mt. Sterling, Monday, court day there and a big slump in prices ranging from one to two DELCO- - LIGHT T COM P IS E ELECTRIC LIGHT POWER-PLAN-T It consists of an engine, generator and switchboard built as a compact 'unit. This unit with the storage battery comprises the cqraplete equipment. The engine runs on either kerosene, gas or gasoline. Electricity is used from the storage battery as required. The engine is run when necessary to recharge the battery. Jn this way you get twenty-fou- r service. hours-aday-etecHc dollars per hundyedpoundjt, There were 2,500 head on sale about 1,000 head remaining unsold. As an illustration of the difference in prices of a month agi 30 steers and 20 cows were sold by French Hceton, on Sat urday before reaching .Mt. Sterling for 15 and 10 cents per pound, same kind selling for 12 and 8 cents. Most of the cattle were sold by the head, the fol lowing sales showing trend of, prices. Wm. Marshall bought 26 steers, at $70. Mike Wilson, 28 8ocCpound steers- - at cows. 13 cents and nine at $67.50. Winfield Keaton sold I2 steers at $65, about 12 cents.. Sam Keatou sold 12 4oopound heifers at 8. Owens & Rich ard soid seven head of cows at 9 -2 cents. Few sheep on hand but sales were low. Very few mules and markeV was dull Good deal of horse trading. 55o-pouu- The plant is started by pressing battery is full, Delco-Light switch; It stops automatically when the effic- ient and economical, , - is not only simple to operate, but is convenient, durable, ... JOR SALE AT WEBB'S Agents for Rockcastle County. DRUG STORE LIVINGSTON, KY. d -- " K 700-pou- nd 1- Made from selected Red. Wither A trial will convince you Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Crab Orchard Miling Co CRAB ORCHARD, KY. WITT TRUSS Th oni iWss tiikt Holds and Don't Hurtrfe-- DO$S A'WAY WITH HARD RArLL, jUSING SOFT FELT PAD ltfSTEA0 and A trass invented TT XTpatentedmby H, N. Witt, and XTT'j.1. T 3 r vmanM&ctarea oya., a, win lxusb vumpauy, xuc, y 1 V-- - ror Mn, . -- n j&orristown, xenn. Womarf and Children -- r Doa't Fail To Call aad Examine It NOVON SALE AT IMPORTANT MEETING, Walter Bowling was with A group of prominent people relatives in Laurel this week. in this county are in correspon Eld. L N. Bowluig will begin a revival at iiosben next Monday dence with the" State Develop night, Eld. J. W. Masters will do ment Committee of the Board of Trade of Louisville and .the Ken the preaching. tucky Bankers' Association imre- gard to a three day tent meeting SUGGESTION FOR A CAMPING TRIP. for this summer. The proposed Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Lmeetine would be one of abont Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy be- sixty to be held in counties well fore leaving home. As a rule it scattered over the state. Both cannot be obtained when on a of the organizations- - menttoett4 hunting,- - fis'bing or prospecting in getting, trjp. Neither, can it be obtained above have while on board the cars or steam- a fund of $25,000 which will be ships and ai such times and used in this campaign for boost- they will show what is being places it is most likely to be ing the old state. done for better health, 'stronger needed. The safe way i3 to have ' Programs will be held at 2:30 education, more up-t- o date farmit with you. and &p. m. each day tor whiqh ing and more efficient home nurs- no admission will be charged There, will be no morning proIf gujghameeting could be sot that the, busy Jor this county, it would Rev. D. R. Gentry filled his gram j given regular appointment at Friend faripaand his family '4.may keep brings into our midst the men ship, Saturday and Sunday . an t&ujW going on theiarm ana connected .with many of the 11 1 nrPSAnfc dnrintr tne strong " government . agencies. it. wiiaimy gave I au .L. ..Ji ' ue r""i-- r mieresurg ri1an.tr h ? At.thesame time, it would be, a talk Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. aftericKHJLfcnd evening. .. r, for our own The speaker and tdeiioaiSt Mi Broyiea, of Jato, spent Sun-da- y ' -,, 'with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. tors,. km,theae oror,ams . '.hava1 . -- d Mullins. Miss Pearl Anderson been secured from the XJniverai-- - HHfitttfATISltf. has. returned to her home "at ty 01 jtentucKyxnewouege' or .ABOUTPeopte're learning .that itus Winchester after a three weeks Agriculture, the stay with her brother, Emmett vistor, the btaeDepartmeptr time,j anjijmpoev hare. Mr. akd Mrs. T.lnvit otBo&ds, Educatlom,Heth:-tfd- ; to.Ukemedvclfte inte'r,aaUy:'i6r samede chronic Mid'mascakfr rWamSKlski Owens are the proud parents of Agriculture an'd-tha girl baby at their home.wMrs . parka 8Dts of ijhe! Foetal Govern andaWbiitJaityinme" outvoa huadrad. rcaaa..ju:s one or we J2T. BrowH was called toljules- - mettataiffi.on,, bufg, Colo.; last week on accounW , tteaaj'atlttea; All othecr week. days with relatives here this high standard this bank set for itself in the con-du- cf of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emer gency ahd under all circumstances, The spirit- - of this institution is one of helpfulness We should like to number you amoung our patrons v: PEOPLES BANK THE 'i j-- -' ' j2 ted UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads LEVEL GREEN --- se-sur- yptuisville & Nashville Railroad CHANGE IN TIME Effective June 1st -- ' . ' -- great-get-togethe- '?. . uome-ioiKs..- -- 'Eitqni From Mt. Vernon . only-awaa.t- of -- Ndttfabound e f '& I i' Train 122 will leave at 5:45 p m. instead of 4:57 p m. , Ci, 10 7 S. WEBB'S DRUG STORE LIVINGSTON XY, r- "W.s Southbound n AhEoronffaallpfiil' lbat.i8:riftallyxacgMary;to'aortt moiln;picluVaa-wil01 tne serious illness or tensed JMab, 12r3j.iti. aiyJDrarlai8 4k daughter,5 Mrs. SllipFreaeh: fJMMAMJ TrjjzM Mr. and Mrs. HearyTodd spent 3sisal per bottia: r-Tr- airi , ir 23 will leave at' instead' '"-A' l eHaia-It- or oM'2j32-pffxi! I- - tLX ts , Saturday-nig- ht ith Mr. - . 1 Uraewirlba elTfraat &tk 'i edirrwt f t ". ' ' JvHc fi: "- -y . v-- r t- - "- - LarW Vm'te flwMkx. r x .. .. 7 .I1" f 'J-- i J -- w ' it " .- 4. ft u X "- - c" - H-- "" ' J' Jl '' - ". lf -- t 5 t J "'. 3 - J V f X. "ir$ - y Vti&BsbtmsamimmmmtmumsMtamia M't.Vfcj-honSiSBa- l j" -- Ammmmmh kiday, May 30, 1919 Publishtd every Friday b EDGAR S. ALBRIGhl. .J SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAK $l.O 'Advertising rates maue 'known on application MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION We are authoriz ! 1 11 1 W. T. SHORT as a candidate for State Senator in the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on August 2, 1919. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HON. E. BULLOCK as a cadidate for Representative from the Seventieth Legislative district, composed of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on August 2. 1919. Accoiding to a Berlin version of the counter proposals of Ger many to he peace terms submitted by the Allies, the Germans will not agree to the al lied plan to try the former Kai ser for war crimes, will urge plebiscites in all disputed territories, will accept the limitation .of the German army to 100,000 men, will demand immediate admission to the Leagua of Nations with 'a mandate over former German colonies, will express willingness to reimburse, especially France and Belgium, for damages sustained during the war, and will demand that the total Germany is" asked to pay shall not exceed $25,000,000,000. President Wilson's utterances are quoted to prove that the treaty "offered by the .Allies provides for a peace of might and rot of right. But I am not in theleast.discour-- 1 aged I am going to join tbejclub again, this year and do all I cau do for it, for I th'nk the Agricu'"-tux- e Club is onef'ofthe best thin s that wa3 ever organized for the boys and girls. In addition to my work in my onions, I plowed our 4 acre garden four times and cut twt acres of hay and helped haul it in. When the threshers camp we could not get hands enough to do the work and I took a. man's place helping haul bud. wheat aud red wheat from to the machine. Last fall my father was traveling for D. M. Perry's Seed Company and was not at home in time to sow the wheat and he sent money home for us to have it sowed. I told mamma that I could sow the wheat, and she could use the money buying clotl-cand other things that I would need to come to Berea to school. At tLis time, I put on my overalls and cap and went out to prepare wheat land. Some of the neighbors remarked that Mr Lewi had a boy and girl about same size but they never could see both of them at the same time. The fact of the matter is that, the girl was the boy and the boy was the girl There "was a German going through the country with a threshing machine, and he came to our house. When I went to where they were, he thought I was a boy and he said, "Come here Johnny, I have a job for jou." It was a long time before he found out that I was not a tin-field - ONpi q j for the Reason Why Vvi VMI 11 4- - I TQ w MpUNoUlNE STILL CAPTURED. Deputy Sheriffs W. W. Anglin and W.-- G. Niceley made a raid Monday night and captured a large moonshine still complete except the worm, near the m ousSalt Peter Cave Creek this county. The outfit consisted of a 40 gallon kettle, eight barrels or about 300 gal- Ions of beer and everything nec- 'essary for business except the worm. No arrests were made at the time because there were no I This is the package with the 'moisture-proo- f jacket .- Exclusive Right To Sell Taylor-Mad- e r one Clothes ARE VESTED IN THE CASH STORE s there to !arr.st. It is this outfit was moved to this county from across the line in Jackson County as the beer and general sur roundings showed it was noi quite ready for the first run. If our citizens do their duty and report these matters to the Magistrates or County Judge "these illicit stills will be put out of business as fast as possible. This Is the first still captured since tb.3 new law has been in effect.al 1 j wing the countv officials to re-cmt- ly -- j. v .V capture and destroy them. We Lead Others Follow NOTICE. For Infants and Children Mt. Vernon, Ky. In Use For Over Years May 28, 191 S. Always bears Notice is hereby given that it the C&vyyf&&&t is the duty of every owner, con- Signature of troller and manager of lands FOR SALE. bordering and abutting on the Turkey eggs, at $1.50 per public highways to cut, clear away, remove and carry from I dozen. Call, phone or write CASTOR I A 30 that keeps Chesterfield's original flavor and freshness intact Your Chesterfields never become either soggy or dry. They always reach you in prime shape for smoking. r boy. I put the wheat on land where buckwheat had been and it did not have to be turned. I disced, harrowed and dragged the land and sowed it. There were about 9 acres. The wheat is looking fine at this time. a'ongside the public highways, all bushes, weeds, shrubs and overhanging limbs ot trees and all other such obstructions for the distance which said land so abuts and borders. Said rub bish to be removed between the 1st day of July and the twenti eth day ot August. Failure tc comply with same is subject to a pennlty of uot less than twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars 4t. ChaS. F. Bradbury, County Road Engineer. Mrs. Chas. Lovell, Burr, Ky. AREYOU HAPPY To be happy you must be well. If you are frequently troubled with constipation and indigestion you cannot be altogether happy. Take Chamberlain's Tablets to """ J And, Chesterfields do something for your smoke-hung- er that you've always wished a they "touch the smoke-spo- t" cigarette would do they let you know you're smoking they satisfy' right down to the ground I are prompt and effectual, easy correct these disorders. to take. They It's the blend that does it, and the blend can't be copied. ' aid pleasant r'UR COMMENCEMENT AT LANG. DON MEMORIAL Langdon School closed Tuesday evening. On Sunday evening, Failure of the Senate to ap Dr- P. J. Cheek delivered thd sermon at the prove the League of Nations Baccalaureate church, a splendid covenant may force President Presbyterian Wibon to enter the arena tor a address only such as Dr. Cheek third term, declared Homer S. would deliver. On Monday evenCummings, chairman, at a meet- ing was the operetta in which the ing of the Democratic National entire school took part and was Committee in Chicago yesterday given on the lawn. The grounds Members of the committee agreed weie beautifully decorated and well lighted with electric lights and Japanese jantems. It was a splendid program, and was very CASTORIL Children Cry FLETCHER'S Olitt'&fMJ'vitV - HSrb ,S b ,A m Children Cry for Fletcher's of Turkish and CIGARETTES Domestic 'tobaccos Mended - jmIaXlxXVvSCCojcRHIR The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- ' Bonal supervision since its infancy. M0 W 1H J M in MAAf All " are but" Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. mmr mmmr ThnSArSFY' that the league covenant is the paramount issue before the American people and emphasized their belief by adoptiug a resolution upholding President Wilson's peace work and urging the Senate to ratify the treaty of peace and the covenant. CONGRESSMAN J . M. RoBSlON has introduced a bill to peusion all Spanish War veterans. He has also been assigned to some of the most important committees, including that of roads. The Eleventh's representative has the reputation of doing things at home and from the way he is starting off it looks like he might be Heard from at the capitol. History of Onion Crop By Eulala Lewis Ottawa, Rockcastle County, "Ky. ( Continued from 4th page) riculture Club in the Spring of Mr. Spence, our 1918, when County Agent, .came, to Union shool house at Ottawa, Ky., gave a lecture on sheep and seed corn, and getting members for the Agriculture Club. After hearing what he .had to s$v about the club work, T d.ecided. o join an,J raise an acre of onions from the sped. My father plowed the ground for me, six or eight inches deep and I thought if I was going to raise the crop that I could do the rest of the work myself. I disced the grounoVwice, .harrowed and dragged it eight times' Then laid it oft in rows aud planted with a small hand planter. When the onions were large enough I hoed them. I hoed them twice before they were large enough to plow. When the onions were large enough I plow ed them every week, for four or five weeks. i-to- much enjoyed by the large number of friends of the school, who gathered for the occasion. On, Tuesday evening diplomas were delivered to the twelve girls who had successfully finishe- d- the course. The class address was delivered by Dr. Cheek. The 1919 class was one of the largest and upsn the whole the best class that has ever graduated from the school and Miss Stewart, the Principal, feels very proud of them and so expressed herself when presenting their diplomas. Langdon Memorial ranks as one of the very best schools of its kind in Kentucky, and MtfTYer-no- n and Rockcastle county have every reason to feel prpud that we have suet an institution in our midst. The faculty tor next year will be the same as last year, which is the first time that MjL Allow nn C1' Counterfeits, Imitations and in " t www w Apri-uimi- i od W Just-as-go- ' Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, nops ana bootning 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. teen in constant use for the relief of Constination, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. WhatisC'ASTORIA JUST H IN GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (Bears the Signature of CzfyY TH cui&M. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought CINTAUW COM PAN V. NEW YORK CITY. the entire faculty has returned for the seixind year. The present faculty has been one of the most harmonious and tive the school has ever had and the work for last year has been most satisfactory to all concerned, including patrons, friends and teachers alike. -co-ope- A A A . car load of Flour car load of Meal car load of Brick Now is the time to get 'em s ra STOMACH TROUBLE have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache.' I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they wen no good at all for my trouble. I heard . Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a Jong while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would HOW'S THIS."! We offer One Hundred -- illars Reward for. any case of Wrrh that cannot be cured been-taken b; yjRU's The price this week is no assurance of what it will be next. .Send ifl,telephone, or any way; to let ..us know your wants. and we will ; Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has by catarrh sufferers years, and for the past thirty-fiv- e has become known as the most reliable .remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces expelling, the poison from the bhod and healing the diseased portions. - THEDFORD'S Black-Draug-ht recommended verylilghly,v so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made.-- I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble anymore." on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons' from the system. This medicine should be in everx'househoJd for iwe in time of need. Get a package today.. If you feels sluggish) take tonight You will ieel fresh to-i -- morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ' Black-Draught-acts -a-do- -- - " take care of you -- . ft i. After you "have taken .Hall's Cataarh Medicine for a short When they were well grown LJ? .'H'f ....! them up, let them dry for a TMBffiKjBf-- n great improve-"generahealth.' 'fpw rla'vs and hauled them in!" Start nPHaU's Catarrh Medi then cleaned and. graded-'them'jget- rid of catL oniy raiseu aoout 35 uusueis cine at oner and testimonials, free. because my seed did not come up arrh. Saod for JP. J." Cheney & Co., Toledo, very well, there was two long dry spelk4ad oak)OsjMd lots of rain, j Ofck. - Sold by all Driggkti; 750 s.'M T J- ,. "?. -, ONI ONTiA j- DOl -- -- if CT.RIDER ? - &&j -r -.. Pj ' ja ESS L.;c PM3 '.- - p&a - 7" J" " K,' 3fJl.'' -- yx '"T""" " . ! Mternon Mt. TC lM' Dr. M. K. Pennington will be For Salb: A wheat binder, Read practically new.' . Friday. W J. Sparks Co. his announcement elsewhere in Mt. Vernon, Ky. Ky, May 30, 1919 this issue. Vernon, There are twelve murder cases W. R McClure has bought the 79" wrxin'l7ri farm, store house and stock of on the docket of the Laurel Cif want toOommuai. JJ oat with HIQNXL goods of M. E. Burtont & Son cuit Court. Several of them are cases sent from Clay county. near No. 1 tunnel. Signal in Brodhead next -- 1 We have now had two stock sales at the new pens and it has been surprising to our own citizens who attend these sales to see the poor quality of stock that is -- up.-VN- 51LJLjNfcL I Louisville & Nashville B. R. Co. 22 24 north 23 south 21 South TIME TABLE. north 4.57 p 3:35 a m 12:35 P n 12:45 jam Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone N0.-8- . Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoo audi matter. .as second-clas- s Several from here attended the Mrs. W. G. Nicely is installing a Delco lighting system for her sale of A. G. Crider Wednesday. hotel. Elmer Perciful is doing All goods were hot sold and the the wiring. He will also wire sale was continued uutil R. H. Hamm's new residence at Brodhead. The Rockcastle Christian Bible More than forty moonshiners School Convention is scheduled have been convicted at London to be held at the Brodhead Fair for rooonshining or bootlegging Grounds, Wednesday, July 16th, in some form. Two of the Rice this year. Programs are not boys, a family of Rice's living on yet ready 'but will be printed Rockcastle river were convicted. in this column in due time. Mil ffLieut. John Miller Noe, Privates Monroe-- PERSONAL . Fred Mullins will open a store at Livingston. Emmett Bryant is reported very sick. He has fever. Jim Purcefl aud sons, of Plato, were here this week buying corn. Mr. and Mts. John Tredway, of Michigan, are wilti relatives here. Miss Winnie Falm win teach the Cove school again this year. Mrs. W. H. Fish has been with relatives in Lexington since Monday. Arthur Harrison of the Hiatt section was with his uncle Henry Harrison near town Monday. Miss Ethel Azbill left last Sun-dafor a several weeks to relatives and friends in Mississippi. Miss Walter, of Lancaster, is the guest of her father, Dr. B. F Walter, at the Rockcastle hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Craig of the Quail section spent Sunday with her parents; Mr. and Mrs. Jones gen-era- lo are home honorable boys seem eat while and Calvin Barnes from ' oversea with discharges These to have had plenty to away and are looking fine. E. A Chilton, of London, was awarded the contract for grading of Dixie highway link between Livingston and Parkers Creek. The contract price for the grading, culverts, etc. is about $82.-00- 0. This road will be ready for travel by January 1st. The Boy Scouts of Mt. Vernon have been chosen to do the adver- Card of Thanks: To the friends who were so kind and sympathetic during the illness and at the time of the. death of our dear husband and father, we extend our sincere thanks. Mrs. Bells Lair and being raised in this county. Discussion of this fact has caused some ot our people to commence planning ' to buy a number of reg- istered bulls and placing them in different sections of the county to help breed better stock and to demonstrate to the people the ad vantage of raising better stock. Anyone interested in this project can learn more about the present plans by seeing Willis McKenzie, who is willing to take the leading part in organizing a company of tbis kind for the good of the county at large. Mr. McKenzie is very much interested in the live stock industry, and if he can get the' co operation, he will help to improve conditions in this re sptct. NOTICE. A reward of $50 is offere'd for YOU READ SMHBMbM aBJMsMBjasMBHHBl Children. the arrest and conviction of any person or persons for having in possession or to buy, bargain sell,- loan, own, have in possession or to operate or aid and abet or assist or encourage in operating an illicit or moonshine still. Anyone that complies with the law will receive the above Teward. - Roscoe Norton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norton of the Wabd section of this county and Miss Evelyn Price a very charming voung lady of Clairfield, Tenn., every week you hear your friends talking all the time Now, if you doubt it come and see the good clothes, hats,' and other stylish things men and boys wear I 1 It in this paper '$. Hiatt near town. Marshal Pleas DeBord has been very sick for the Ms'iften days and his cond.ition'isjsaid lo -- ' be very serious. Fred McFerron .returned home ' yesterdjSy" with bis discharge. re a nas been back on American 'soil about two weeks. Manager Frank Dees and Lineman Sam Foure are here from ""Livingston "this week repairing the local telephone lines. Mrs. Ina.St. Clair, of Hazard, and Miss Lula McCoy, of Lexington are home to see their brother, Milton M. McCoy. Milton M. McCoy was in New York during the week and will the (week for leave here dr-;n- g Ft. Wordpn, Washington. R. L. Hugies, : nd coL John Dinwiddie, of Stanford, are here today on business with the W. J. Sparks lx-Sheri- L. tising for the coming drive of the Salvation Army. This company of enthusiastic young scouts have never had an opportunity to do work of this kind before, so the people of Mt. Vernon and the other towns in the county need not be surprised if tins' drive is better advestisedhan any of the previous rvs. The people ofdiis county who have heard,oomplinientary things said pjbdut the Salvation Army's ;rJrk should not hesitate to tell their neighbors of this fact, as it should generally be known that theSalvation Army lassies carried doughnuts aud hot' chocolate to the boys in the front line trenches while they were under fire. People Who have rendered services like this can surely be trusted to do their full duty in .time of peace. The class of 1919 concluded their program of the "year with a trip to Shakertown Wednesday May 28th. Each member' of the Senior class invited one other person, making two car loads. Those making the trip were: Misses 'fabitha Hiatt, Marguerite Welch, Christine Davis, Ruth -- were married at the home of the bride in Tennessee a .few days ago. They were with his people here last week. They will make CamMullins, their home in Clairfield where ' County. Judge. Mr. Norton has bis old job back as rural mail carrier. More reliable boyt than Roscoe Norton On Tuesday evening, May 20, are not found and. the Signal at eight o'clock, Miss Maggie joins a host of friends irr well Jones, daughter of Mrs. Martha of this place, and Mr. wUhes for this happy young Jones, couple. I ILBUMHO! H ff Mc-Car- ty Co. g-- s . - 4 If Homer Proctor came over from Lexington and spent Sunday and Monday with his parents. Monday night he was made z Fellow Craft Mason. Roscoe Doan Is with his mother, v Mrs. Mary Doan a few days after being away about twenty years and was in the army until about five months ago. Mrs. W. BSpivey left first of the week for Lansing, Tenn., to spend ttie summer with Mr. Spivey, who has a splendid con- tract at that place. Mrs R. A. Sparks and mother, Mrs. Bently have been in Louisville a few days to attend the wedding of Miss Satterfield, who is a niece of Mrs. Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, of London, were her,e Sunday overland to Woodford County where they will make their-- home. Mr. Brown reports GOOD NEWS FOR ROCKthe road in a f rightful condition CASTLE COUNTY. between here and London since Road building is the issue in the recent rains. Rockcastle. The State Road LOCAL Department will get I50 Army Jesse Cotton, of the Withers truckslor use in building roads section bought a good pair of in Kentucky Judge Mullins will go to Frankfort Monday and ask mules from Tom Proctor. for two of the trucks to be used If you prefer your clothes on the roads in this county. If Taylor-Mad-e see J. Fish & Son. he is successful in getting them, They always make them fit rightj the only cost there will be to the How is the time to get repairs county, will be the 'freight On will be for your Mowers, Rakes, Binders them here. We trust he the Judge is a and Reapers. Get them al Fish's. successful and pretty good chance, to get what FCHtSAus: One roU of 150 ft. he goes after. Application has ponltry wire, slightly used. A already bees- - made to Hodman W. H. Fish. bargain. Wiley, Commissioner of Roads, especially interested in Mrs. Cleo Brown who received who is the completion of the Dixie thru word last week of tke Marriage J. McKen-zi- e Rockcastle. On account of. the of her son, Lieut-Col- . scarcity of teams amd the high I received-furthe- r en-rou- te -- The advertising columns of the home paper tell in the strongest terms the character of a town. If a town is filled with business men, who never advertise, who figure that money, spent for advertising is money wasted, who do not invite the public 'to come to town and viit their stores or places of business, certainly belong to the "dead ones." It is no wonder the mail order houses thrive in such communitiesand turn here to visit her mother for get business which properly 'be- a short time. May their married longs to that town, for the rea- life be strewn with roses is the son the merchants are asleep. wish of their many foiends. Every town has would " Judge dmffullins" certainly-has called merchants, who buy a the spirit of road Jb'uilding little hand full of "goods, take and it seems abovt thinks their seat and wait for their foror talks abouK is how can we tunes to come their way. After years of business, their scope of build more and better roads. It. is a splendid hobby and we trust business acquaintances extends to a few close friends and a little the Judge will contiune to ride it, which we are sure he will, as straggling trade No wonder long as there is an available dolMullins, Hazel Tohnson. Messrs. that the mail order houses hunwork. Ralph Griffin, John Albright, dreds of miles away, are better lar tor road Miller McCoy, Jess Fish .and known than the fellow who is Weather Shield Paints, $2.50 satisfied to try to do business in per gallon, made by Certain-Te- ed Reamy Richards. It was a very pleasant days that way. Conscientious and legit- Paint Corporation. All colors. Drdmmond's Store outing for these young people imate boosting is the greatest asset to any business, and the local who completed their years work with honors and were deserving paper is recognized by the greatFOR FLETCHER'S outing. Master est business men of the land as of a pleasant Will Johnson was included as one the means for doing It. of the number. He drove one of the cars. The Grand jury of the Laurel Circuit Court returned a verdict I ; Mrs. M. S. Davis, icnfl Wednesday against W. M. Mul10th Ave.; N. Nashville, lins and Jeff Johnson charging Tenn., writes: them with willful murder in the killing of Luther Manus. The "Alter havlnr been a constant catarrh for more sufferer fromyear defendants, who had been out on and after trytkmn ttreaty every remefly advering almost bond since the killing, were retised, and having: lost all hope, I very reluctantly began the use arrested and committed to jail of Peruna about two years ago. Everybody says I look youaser without bond. The case will aiow tmam Z did trreaty years ace, and I actually feel younger and come up for more than likely I am better, and weigh more. neighrecommending it to my trial at this term of court. A bors and all with whom I come WBbtFs5w1 In contact." array of attorneys will apstrong XJaalcl or Tablet Form Sol Everywhere pear in the case Atty. C. C. Williams will go from this county for the defense and Judge L. W. 4V 1 TVTAT U Bethurum has been employed by the prosecution. the-Whit- e be-ortso-- Geo. Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Payne were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. RfL. Britton, 729 King Ave, Indianapolis. The bride has been holding a government position there for some time. 'Mr. Payne has just returned from oversea service and will play for Sox of Chicago this season. They are at present- - stopping at the Oxfcrd Hotel, Indianapolis. Mr. Payne left Sunday for Chicago to play ball. Mrs , Payne will re- WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW tMBslBilWBMMBBillBilBBlBW FSNGS all-h- e p1J lastle aw sssr mEmm&L -- m 1 Tr"i"..vi.: &'--!: w even way better than cheap ro roofings. The man who wants the best quality that can anywhere be obtained in roll roofing should buy Lastile. The wool felt used in Lastile is made in Carey's own mill by machinery built to produce better roofing felt. The asphalt used is the greatest waterproofing material ever known. The surface is genuine crushed slate in 'the natural red or green color. Of course slate won't burn, that helps to make LasThe color of the tile more slate never iades and the surface never requires paint. There's both beauty and fire-resistin- fore Lasting More 3eawtiiif -- Children Cry CASTORIA mcvm ..' ih nm h saw ma m sis . - tsv. - spe-cial- ly toil..,, h,,.. .- .. ..;: ..!. -. V.N;-.itir-- 3 MX&m p SOM$Mm MM CINNAT! . MADE ME g. WELL economy. ajfBaaw TfasffBasBBH IibBBEsSBbisH .Fire underwriters give Lastile a good zrating. Contractors find it inexpensive to apply. Owners find it durable and the cheapest in the long run. I g ' Asbestos Built-U- p Consult us about Lastile and other Carey Building Materials -k Dr. M-.K- . $ B -- Pennington Dentist i& V Carey Building Materials ' WILL BE AT Asphalt Built-U- p Roofs Feltex Asphalt Felts Asbestos Felts Fiberock Asphalt Pitch Asfaltslate Shingles g Compounds Insulating Papers Fibre Coating for Roofs Roll Roofings Hoofing Paints Wallboard lastite Expansion Joint Asbestos Materials . 85 Magnesia Pipcand Boiler Coverings ' Carey Flexible Cement Roofing Roofs Damp-Proofin- .t ODHEA'D F r id ay, J u ne 6 rm - 1- FT ' ST. PROCTOR MT. VERNON, KY. JiJ. t. r or Y- - K5 tst - a vw c c w'T ' -- .! ktoi: &- ' - iO i en Days 'k'i. ' ' J.' -- 4 Brown, has cortt trucks are very necessary information thatlwr daughter-ia-lawis- a "construction of road, in Russia girt They ex is the tp get the 'beat results for pect to visit Mt. Vernoe Has order the least moey. "tfc. " S See him at that time .I .. if you need dental work -. " :r ."s l&a " F. Bryant has bought of work, see Dr. M. K. Pennington, j.Fscm implements or wagons or Judgs L. W Bethurum the resi- who will be at Brodhead next, if you need's. Farm implement of dence on Richmond street now Friday June 6 for a week or ten aiiy inndragPnllBSgjgyrThreali. occupied by Rev. fl. T. Young--. dayst I If you ljleed repairs lor your r X-- 'a :& er, Trucks telephone SldlklHpMwH m and I asBusiu. " -- This is. one tof,ttie awet desirable v pUces; ofptfrty,o tViatsfcrt. ht tT'rt- - . . Rfr-KrAlkiMnn- t : .' r'--?..- " t . - ...-'-- m TW slttsarfjslaf oa, Ky. r- jrV . It Ci yckars nedtmf " ' dsotal - QhlUUeJTtf fUTSHwTO' POT is-rf f mt- Mt P ' TW-S- vr . .. ,2..: :'f't 't ".-1- " -- r. i :'--r::-- , , jT5 ' ..& . j k !' 2-- - . r. j A " v. X- -; v- Silt.f! r ' ! $ - v ' f 1 . r i C' - tr IK -- - ?-"- f A - ;"&.- - Cj 5y A ' .- - " ..f 15 "zf "" jbr'-- ," & c sJr" j ' illsllSyilIiSmiltniHii r- ration TfeetDoctpf Said We Not But such tilings do happen and what of the poor fellows who have to abide by the verdict ? aKiJi1. j, -x i tjB b. jfwumKwmM HI cell llHallBlSSwBBlgQjMMBlfcfll 1 slilUIII9 illtiii tt "Til IlllllllilliilllulUiliTiBiniif Ibbbbbbbk'bbbbbhbbbbBbH' ftT tB jjfcBTJlBMi M I fl fBKLi' "" Jl bEW 19 M I3I' lllilllllllltllll ltllllltllll MiillllllilliiitlllllllllllllllllllllLLunilVlp The pleasanfestMought is wist flBffifyfcB0MKvS9v tjat cheers their con-yalescer- ft $ MBIBIfiffwljPi Mm I VI I11I ttl fi82 ' that uiul ly RH mM 111' illl llllli I litLmj 1T1I til till lllll ill lilliilll llliiilllili il tl 111 till tillil llUR HhuIUi 11 tl iffflii A iSm KUyflllnBti llillllllll!lilH which they started while the skie3 were bjight and all going well with them. Don't wait until the pain strikes you. Savings Account. To-da- Start Saving y BESSIE BROWN ! EULALA LEWIS Agriculture 01 ub Girls Shown in the Field At Work cultivator. After my corn had matured I KY. By'BEsSiE Brown eutit up and put it in shocks. I Capitar$l5,-000- . Deposits $64,000. Ottawa, Rockcastle County, Ky. tbn let it dry out. a while, then Led the County iu Subscription to Victory Loan shucked and hauled it in a one NOT YET 2 "YEARt. OLD I attended a meeting held by horse wagon and put it in the crib. I only, had about 2 bushels of Mr Spence, our County Agent, at Union school house last spring corn, as my seed com was not . t where he was giving a kcture on very good and there were two one - sheep and seed corn. He also lng dry shells, five. three week's Altho I did and the other told us about Hie boys and girls' We agriculture club work. 1 became not raise much last year. I am not interested at once and decided to at all discouraged, lam going to try it again this year, perhaps I join and raise an acre of corn. - I selected a place to plant ray . shall do better. corn. 1 then turned the ground. In addition to my club work, I with a twohorse turning plow, turned 15 acres of corn ground Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, about six or eight inches deep, for my father I harrowed and Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. d and drug it twice, helped plant it by hand. 1 Including my corn a ground off both ed the corn tour .times with a oe ways, I put-mfeitilizer in the double shovel, helped cut 'and and in fact everything that is hill by hand and planted my corn shock the corn. My younger kept in an up to date Grocery by hand, putting three grains to brother and myself hauled in all .., ..W.I . f. WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF me 11111. 'wnenaicer aoout two the corn and fodder. W.eeks my corn did not come UP 1 helped shock forty acres of Men's and Boys' very good, I went over it and re buckwheat and helped" haul it. to ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS planted it again. I replanted it the thresher. When we were from a genuine Panama down to the' lowe"st priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a - twice and then did nof have a threshing buckwheat.-tooK the live and let live price. ve,:y goid stand because I did not place-omy brother who had have tested seed corn. The peo- - joined the navy. I was in an av- P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our pie in this section did not believe ful hurry to get through' thresh-in- g 10C COUNTER, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. in testing seed corn. After, havthat day and was running the ing this experience of replanting team when all .at once the wagon T will test my corn next time. It wheel ran off. Having nothing certainly will pav to do so. I else to do, I lumped out of the On Main plowed my corn four times with waeon and caughtthe wheel still a double shovel and once with a rolling about twenty-fivyards icairZZiZII Z !:!!!! FJRSTVSTATE BANK LIVINGSTON, . History of Corn Crop 4 1 llflffll MEMW iilijii! 19 r J t hhi lHiifHHfii I Jim mniiiii 1 iff i ntiiiiuif T.hmmwmmm nr fflmi.KT3MMumMm,p:,..ii llu wm .,11111m .1 w II 1 -- a " 4 " 'nnmHmiiuvwtiwKiffitiK.nmHiiiiiiiiiifim Carry a Pull Line of - I fry f. Lt i GROCERIES MEAT, MEAL LARD, j - - disc-harrowe- d I plo"w-laye- 'ALK about smokes, Prince Albert 1 is geared to a joyhandout standard that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new! iiUlwilllJl rflHlHtlfJm Illr Get it straight that what youVe hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty . in P. A. That's because P, A. naw the quality! You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drinkrwhen he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process! You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back! IU I Uifllli Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobctceo U.BoId. Toppy re J bags, titfy red tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge . moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. n muui mm una iwk:w& Uuliulluii i if ' i " -- - FLOUR. y 'that . I 8. Jr Reynolds CopjrrizhMllibr Tobacco Co, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- m, N". C a OVERALLS 1 1 f 5cto - :: v J. B. West Street CUMMINS 1 fc I ::: :?:t:::jst:!'t::::j:j::j:::::j::jtt:ijst?? WW: e in front of the horses I rolled it back and ried the axle up with rails and p it the wheel on. , it was a hard job for a girl to do but 1 did it only 16sing twenty-fiv- e minutes. M By wrrking hard that day, we finished threshing without any delay 'oriain. boys and myself tied and shocked 9 acres of wheat in one da after the reaper. I plowed one acre in new ground for tobac 1 co with a cutting.coulr.er. I help- a regular farm girl. It is fun to ed do all the work tucre was work on the farm and more joy comes when you get your certifidone to it. I helped cut it nci cate from the State College of put it in the barn and get it ready Agriculture, entitling you to one-ha- lf for market. I u2't.credit in hieh school. To all my work done decided to come to Berea and attend school. I have been here since the first of the year, but am going home soon to take up my work on the farm, as a club girl, raising poultry and corn and as 'After getting History of Onion Crop ByEuLALA Le'Yjs Ottawa, Rockcastle County, Fy. I became interested in the ed on second page - s. BINDER TWINE r-- V r The best twine that money can buy absolutely the first quality can be bought .B. Berea cired P$22,50' 1 dUWSoy. Our Get your order in early and besure'of this wonderful saving - h-- Ibs.-F.O- Binders McCORMICKOR 'DEERING Buggies Wire Fence this Spring now Here Wagons M ..- -, Cultivators Ready fo Wear See our Men's, Suits The PHOENIX means as much on a Get yours before it is fyggy as Sterling too late. on silver . Our price will save you $25.00 No matter whatyou Come at once or phone want you can get it us just what you want at Welch-'-s - OLD HICKORY All kinds and Sizes and WEBER in stock. If you want 4ft,No.lOTop 45c 24in complete only $115" the best made let us 4ft,.No.9Top 55c 3 " ". " $120. show you the no wdod about it 7 higher Heavy 4ft. Hog Weber $5.00 not even tHe tongue .Barbed Wire These pricef are subject ' 80 rods only $5.00 to change any time and are " 7th Car Brothers We will haVe more Dodge Cars within the week. Get your order in now if you want to be sure. dodge: Our Boys' Dqpt. Our Girls' and Children's Dresses. ar Oqr Ladies' ready-to-we- all-ste- el , Ws offer you the larg- est Dept. of its kind to choose from and our stocks are complete. Vouf can These prices are delivered your station - $25.00 under, the wholesale. marke't to day- -a hint to the wise. Our-pri- ce will save Our price complete to you including War Tax, only you a five spot get just what you want S1,180;00 Get your order in stores this month ? Will open,yblir eyes t T jj p-- Hja.ve fyou been over to our It will pay you big dividends to make fhe trip besides showing-yo- u We can offer you prices that the JrJatest store itfEastern Kentucky hot in one departfment but in seventeen. We call vdur soeciaLattention taour FURNITUREDeptfnent with its new Refrigeratorst ' '"' rut f&emti. SteK: L rto-d- ay for that DUDG-- E Bros.' CAR if you want W;be sure, . . 3 '1 I . I jt$i 10 iI tm-i'1 1 -- i xm " Iff r C" f'jjfflK f ' L . -- riru 111i h 11' il icky's7!Sfeiatst -- - - 'W aiKWft'siPiki'TT ny I 111 it 1 J, 1,1 r iiM 1 W v .-- tflp-icw11 r l - . 1" I1 -- itiri-111 I- , f - . Store "- :.-- . v iT f a , - ' "P" . "S ' , J 1 , . , '-- - J. - - - - i '" ft " - . ' " , -- - r - V - .V '?r' , ;K X t ' ' ' - -