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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE .COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, flal ESTABLISHFD 1887 NUMBER 39 VOLUME XXXII JUNE 20. 1919 LEGION Helmets Worn & German War Lords on Exhibit at Methodist Centenary Celebration FILES ITURTICLES MaSzw&f' &3SPP&9BBBva rc&B?'4v7:SBBBBi v iSBBmBBBHBvBBBBBv AVBBB BBBsV VIIbIbm''bPbT' State yetorans' Body Receb Charter Movement Is Form a. y. Launched louisville, Ky., June 8 (Special) With.ilir tilintj in rL.s city of Articles of Tlu; America: of lncoiionu!nn Legion of Ktuiutky, the Jirst fonuu step in the formation of n great asso &i clution of veterans of the world in this state was taken. At the saiur lime, Jude Henry Deiiaven Moor hum, "Tcu'imraiT Osjhihsmuiw, follow juj; a nuvMiis of Hie Stare Eseeutlv Uoraini..(. iiin:'ncea thut Keniuek. us iwe.ua as charter from the Na (.iimulttec of Tli tnmal Aiucrk-...- . i.k;:ioij uiid that the stu. lody : nmv In a i;ltlJi to reeel ipplK-utiia-: and to issue charters l oral posts wl.eii&vt-- they are forme Reports received by State Atljutai. I). A. Such indicate ti.ut appUciiiio; r laiiBflBt'i8v wMbbsILPI x- HbbBc7-- SUITS! an ad WBWIiBMBMBB'SSBgi,'-'"- IhSbHHB. $$?" BbBbBh','"'-'?':'VbVBK3-- - BBHBBBBBBBBm ''BBWBWbbBWBWBWBWBWC JbB? V't 'BVBVBVBVBVBBVBK. JsbIbbBbBbBbNbBV The man who says he never reads & never bothers about sales and then misses chances like these is G)ut O' Luck nothing less t Men's Suits 13.50 TO THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY: I hereby announce myself $. candidate for the oilice of 'Xleufenant Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic primary on " August 2, 1019. I AM 1. A friend of Labor; 2. For amending, but not repealing, the present tax laws; 3. For belter roads; 4. For better schools; ."!. For rigid economy in the management of the Stnte'-- affairs, and the elimination or consolidation of offices, where practicable; 6. On the liquor question, I have always been a bone-drman, and will do all that T can to advance the cause of temperance; 7. For closer supervision of our charitable and penal institutions; 8. For Woman's Suffrage; 0. For amending the Dog Law so as to provide more and prompter pay for the sheep owner and mora protection for the dog owner, and with less, but reasonable and fair, compensation for the officials who administer It; 10. For extreme conservatism In the nse of the pardoning power. y $17.00 ports or authority of any kind. 1 PHRGE helmets, absolutely A to have been worn by the do this he was forced to hide out f teed former Kaiser William ol Germany. days on the border. He was turnc Von Bethm an and General back twice, but on his third attemi Ludendorff, will be on exhibition In succeededr in getting past a Swi Columbus, O., as a pact of tbe Metho- guard. He made some wonderful pi dist Centenary Celebration, June 20 tures in Berlin, showing street riot to July 13. They were brought out and the general chaos of the city a of Germany during the revolution by that time. Lowell Thomas, world traveler and In addition to these views and ii explorer, whose travelogues will be cidental lectures, Mr. Thomas wil given in Columbus as a feature of show pictures taken in Palestine a the celebration. the time of General Allenby's occupa Thomas entered Germany at this tion. Thomas accompanied the Brit most critical period, without pass- - ish troops on this expedition. guar- - Leadiag Lady Ib TheWayfarer' at Methodist Ceatenary Celebration ( ' 1 METHODISTS SHOULD GATHER NEW ZEAL Centenary an Inspiration Say fivm var.ot Uiortly will 'be. counties la which ve.erniis j.iv aw lous to becine cii:ir r hnWers ofi.':;:i-.i'(illni.s.. I'e first. in ti.e orjranii.. .ton are taking a ion work. As tlie various loe:.l r.rr:n!zatioi formed ut Coitiitiaiii.t-- r il.nrui:;ii's I nest, are awaiting Ut:ivi infurii:. :lon before actually foraiiii;; pos: Judge Moorniun annouueos thut pamphlet, containing the Anlchs fncorporatfoii, '"tate PniiKtfutt.mt a. ami oivunizatmn dirwrlou jienerally, outlining all s.t'ps nece: sury and giving all avuiir.bie infoi lj wi-.- beiu tiiutlon of the prepared and will be promptly dij? trlbuled to ull district ami county or gunlzers and veteiiins beloutiiu to orgnjiizailons, or to an rsts . tt s By-Law- s, v other veterans on request. Hoveet the formation of posts will not Moce 'jtftsslBBBBiBlBBBBBBBBBBwf .y mrlly awnlt this infornmtltui, us hi. Dr. Fisher. fifteen veterans, eliuihle to meinhei ship under the constitution adopted u Cau.-ula? Dr. Fred Fisher of New York, who the St. Ixrnls National month, may band themselves tojjethe has been assistant executive secre- by signing the approved lonu nn tary of the Methodist Centenary thereby upply to the Temporary Coi.' drive, has turned his entire organizaCharter, for tion to the job of mobilizing Method- manderspecial a authority to be issiu received ytv under ism in Columbus, June 20 to July 13. teriluy from the National Commumlc in outlining the' campaign he has placed before 78,000 committeemen of It is desiretl, according to leadei or the men Church, he says: "We here, that sixty per cent things. First, .this bers be former, enlisted men. must stress four ofThoorpor; Filing of will be a big Victory Celebration. tion elicited the Articles much favorable commen The Methodists of the United States in this part of the state, as the r have lived more in the past year than embody the broad statement ; in any 10 previous years of their ex- tides policies embraced In the preamble . eaPsssscJC'?'' Xlr V istence. Now is the time for .them One of tl. to get together and celebrate . their the National Constitution. preamble 'sBBBBBBBBa1r'JlY?' striking clauses in this victory. and perpetuate a 100 pe to "In the second place, this is an op- cent foster Americanism," a deeiurutio portunity for Methodists to have vis- which Is backed up by the stirrli-actioualized the scenes and activities of taken at St. Lou!s when a which they have been talking for the le'od L W. W. representatives na: past year, but of which they have no rowly escaped being' 'thrown bodlt personal knowledge.1' Of these 78,000 XiMtn the convention .hail. Another I; men, only a negligible per cent has make riht the master of might," ever had the opportunity of going Jto One of the Incorporators Is a formei abroad. At the celebration they can ! Brigadier-GeneraUoger D. Williams. ME., BLANCHE YURKA creates get the trip around the world at their of Lexington. Another is Moses L m the role of Understanding, lead convenience. Sosnln, of Louisville, who was pri "Third, this Is the time to 'finish vute ami who, at the age of 37 volun ing female part in "The Wayfarer" pageant, which will be presented at the Job,' to 'gather inspiration and in teer,ed, went to France and came Koiiu the Methodist Centenary celebration formation to enable the organized with u wound stripe. All branches ol in Columbus, O., June 20 to July 13. workers in the church to carry out both the military and naval servict Henry Herbert, English Shakes- the program which has been mapped are represented among the Incorporapearean interpreter, will have the out for the next four years. tors und those associated with them, "Fourth, and most important of all, whether they served at home oi other leading role. Nearly 1,000 costuaed characters if the Celebration realizes the ideals abroad. An Advisory Committee for will appear in the majestic religious which those who are back of it hold, eaclr Congressional District will herepageant which wiH be presented it must be the inspiration for plan- after be appointed by the Commander. every evening during the celebration ning work for the next century. As The State Commander haa exin the Coliseum at the exposition we look upon the marvels that have pressed his purpose' to proceed slowly grounds. The Coliseum boasts of the been accomplished we should gather and carefully In its organization, and largest stage in America and seats new faith and new zeal for enter- this announcement reflects the judg8,000 persons. A seated chorus of prises that can be measured only in ment of his advisers and associates. 1,000 trained voiceswiH augment the terms of. another century. We must, in a word, weld ourselves together in effectiveness of the pageant a great spiritual purpose to strike the bull's eye." Soloist in "Tke Wayfarer?' Dr. Fisher indicated that150 trainTudge Can Mullins and Harmon 0 ed executives, in addition to "the Methodist Cekbratio at volunteer workers, will stimulate Skidmore were in town last week. interest in the Centenary Celebration Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fish during" the next six weeks. were in town Thursday of -- Your surprise will begin when you note the making, the materials and finish of these suitst and your surprise will not end until you have tried on several of the new models and have observed their style, character, their hang and their fit made of ol materials Grey, Blue, Brown, Mixtures and Serges, sizes 35 to 42 all-wo- .. Sanford, Ky. W. H. SHANKS. s week. Boone Mesdames. Dave and " Saunders, of Lancaster, were guests of Mrs. John Robins , Saturday afternoon.-Jopl- in Smith sonofEdd Smith, has typhoid, and is reported seriously ill. Mrs L. M. Brown, of Louisville, was here. Saturday and Sunday, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Frith. Mrs. H. H. Hutche-so- n, of Middlesboro, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. E. Gravely this week. Mr. and Mrs. Cherry were up from Crab Orchard Sunday afternoon the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carson and Mr. and MrsiJohn Robins. Rev. J. O. McClary, of Stanford preached -- -- DressShirtswith collars.and without, neat stripes $.J. 25to $lt75 95c good quality Work Shirts, heavy n Boy's Dress Shirts with collar, half sleeves, 65c Boys' Work Shirts, 50c triple-stitche- d, Shirts! turn-dow- at the Baptist church Sunday. Miss Eila Carson, who has been UNDERWEAR TIES f j ,.. COLLARS HOSIERY l, teaching at Colchord, W. Va., J'-- . BR o d h e;a t 78,-00- - Ward, daughter of Mri'apd Mrs. j. ri. wara, ot LiOuisviiie, ana Trips Planned For Visitors Ic Mr. Earl Tharp, son of Mrs ' HHHBHB1Mc-.'BHHkB julyTnegrjTday Methodist Centenary, 4ast w.eek for a short stay. Miss Ada BnRiBBBBl flflBHBH prano soloist in "The Wayfarer," the great religious paggant whioh will .he presented as a paAiei file Bethodist Centenary celebrarlSa w Otdumbus, O., June1 20 to Julf 12. Henry Herbert, English ShakesperaeA Interpreter, and Mme. Blanche Yurka, will have the leading speabiag parts. Viola Ellis, contralto. will be a soloist The pageant will be presented oe the largest stage is America, in the oeiMesi grosads, Coliseum of the which seats 8,006 perswML Nearly 1,900 ooetused characters and a seated chores of 1'fiM tsafaw roiMS vW apar in Us NEWITT, dramatic MISS HELEN soprano, wiH be the so- rnjr'TiBwlF'aF' i'VaSBlBtf ef Negro Methodists, in Columbus as Centenary Celebration visitors, wil. make a pilgrimage to Upper Sandusky, birthplace of the Home Missionary movement, to honor the memory of its founder, John Stewart, a man of their own race. The trip is scheduled for Saturday July 5. Other trips planned iaelai a visit to the grave of Ben HsHbyauthorof "Nellie Gray," in OtUrbeia eaetsry ; to Ohio Wesleyaa TJairwNgtjf, ? ware; perhaps in smaller numbsrs to Wllberforce, and possible to OberHa, where so many found, by, underground route, safe haven la Civil War days. Monday, July" ?, "has been aesig-nated officially as "Negro Day," and will be observed at the Centenary Celebration grounds with an elaborate program of pageantry, addresses, special music and parades. For this occasion. Dr. W.; K. Dubois, editor of The Crisis, published in New York, has written a pageant, "The Star of Bthiopia," which will ba pro-- , duced in the Coliseum by colored participants. The theme of the pageant is the evolution of the race traced through "progressive stages of achievement to the present day. A chn at See voices, all Negroes, wW ft eat the aaceaat-- 1 - Thursday. Susie Tharp, also were married at the homer of Mr. and Mrs. Fred1 Sowder Thursday . evening 'at 7 o'clock p. m., the . m Rev. A. J. Pike officiating. These To authorize the Secretary of young people used to live here War to furnish a German, Ausand have many friends, here who W. Al Murphy, ot Cincinnati has trian", Bulgarian or Turkish join us in wishing them a happy charge of the., barber .shop here cannon, withccarriage arid suitaand prosperous wedde,d life. now. We understand if it proves ble outfit of shells, to the city of Miss Halhe Barnes, who has to be a paying proposition he will Mount Vernon, Kentucky. beW visiting relatives ,. at buy-thBe it enacted by the Senate shop and move bis, famiCrabOrchard, Bee sLiclc ind ly ber. 'Sirs Murphy use to be and House of' Representatives other places, returned home last Miss Lela Painter, daughter of of theUnited States d America Friaay. O. H, Frith returned' W. H. Painter and a niece of the in Congress assembled, That the fiome afew Bays agolrbm a ifrp late George E. Painter and lived Secretary of War be, and he is ; weekET stay in Allen 'county, here several years? MrsV J F hereby authorized to furnish or, where he bought some good oil Watson, Miss Clyde donate to the city of Mount leases. James Howe, of. Rich- - Wajson, werejjuest of her sister, Vernon, Kentucky, a German, mond, was here Saturday and;! Mr. John Elder,f in tfief BeL?k Afistrjknr JBijlgarian or. Turkish Sunday, with the family of Mr. section Tuesday. Mrs. J. JJi caiindn1, wfthcarriage and suitaand Mrs. E, B. ITewland. Sher- Humbfe. of Corbin, is with her ble outfit of shells, the same to man1 and JRaymondJwer;: sons fa'tbeIj, R--t Storm' this .be placed in the courthouse yard, week. of the late Orus Golfer; were, FwdandRoy Sowder were in public park or other suitable here . several daysrecenily the1 Rfckmondon buainMs Wedes- - place designated by the Wit guests of their uacle, Perltigsby. dayEiaT, in said city,.- - '& left' .' rwvi. .J- ... is..: ucy - rnuwuviug.in .me west, yfor Uorbin ThuiMl 5n account The above bill was introduced Sheriff Langford, was down J of the serkms jllnasa v of a gra.nd hn Congress by Representative, from Alt. Vernon one day last . Fraaier .Hurt and Attorney j, M.Bsion." Jefthere Monday for Ashville, N. C, where she will, enter school for the summer term. Miss Carson will teach again at Colchord the coming term. Mr. and Mrs. Tacob Elder, who have been in Louisville for several months, returned-thfirst of the week. We understand Mr., Elder will soon take charge of A. E. Albright's store as chief clerk. Miss Thelma Pilkenton has been spending several days with her sister, Mrst Roy Sowder, before going to her new home at Highland Park. E. A. Strange has been in town several days in the interest of the Brodhead Graded and High Schoolt He js spend ing the vacation period in Columbia and Burksville.-Mr- s. John D. Pike, of Lebanon lunc'tion', was with her father, F. Francisco and, other relatives here- - the Ifirst of the week. Mrs. Grant Baker, of Laurel,, is with her parents, Eld. and Mrs: Bowling. She was accompanied here by liersister-in-laa Miss Baker e -- r QUALITY STORE LIVINGSTON, KY. Hansford, of Crab Orchard SUGGESTIONS TO SHIPPERS and R H. Baison, of Lancaster, OF HOGS DURING were In town a few minutes HEATED SEASON. W. B. r S3K tr-- " : igggj lM .BBs! a&lsHl BsBBhfjMSBBBBBsl I desire to call your attention B. to the suggestion from Mr-0- . Livingston, of Madisonville, Kentucky, .as to how he has been able to reduce shrinkage on hogs when shipping during hot weather. He stated: "Three times durine the heated term of this summer, in car load lots, I have 'L A, BILL 'JsSBBBBBsPH Kflsssssswte:! -- BBBBBBBBBBHnBBsS '.'.iBBBBBBBBflSCB7lP91Hl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBbBMssBBbI w, sbbsKbbbbbV&SsH aKSBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBslBlBBrsV'sBBBBBBBBiBBBBBBBBBBBl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWEbbbbbbbbVsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI e reduced the shrinkage at least nuicr iiiQTirr uuiwn 50 percent by the .simple expedi Democratic Candidate Far ent of placing in each car with the. hogs, three 100 poundcakes GOVERNOR of ice, upon the floor of the car He Can Win in November. at equal intervals. This ice nicmi i " and-daughte- De-partsa- flHuters -- J - ; .S&' cr v4 ii . .. M .; f- - ft - SS' ''&&. ..xvr costs 50 cts-pe- r ioo' pounds .and CuT THIS OUT AND TAKE ;ar can be savqd $46 or '$50 per IT WITH. YOU. by its use in preventing shrinkA man often forgets the exact " age in the weight of hogs." Try this simple suggestion for name of the article' he wishes to what it is worth. It may save purchase, and as a last resort takes something else instead. dollars. That is always disapointing and "Mat S.Cohen, State Department of Agriculture unsatisfactory. The safe way is to cut this out and take it with' Erankfort, Kentucky. you so as to make sure of getting Chamberlain's Tablets. You will . Ft FLETCHER J find nothing quite so satisfactory you-man- y cnnrareiroff ' for constipation and 'indigestion: iVe .y"-- ' i-s- vc v - a. "v: t-- J r -- . - - -- f s. If gai rtVgg-rff- 51 1 toward ec nomy; but the figures 'hatiiave come to light it Friday, June 20, 1919 is shown that on the staff b: "the director general of rail a s there Puilishid every Friday by are five officials who get $50,000 .EDGAR S. ALBRIGh 7. a year each, two who receive! $40,000, and so on down through SUBSCRIPTION ' ONB YKAR $1.0 $85,000 to $10,000 yearly; somo seventy-tw- o officials, who draw Advertising rates maae known on nearly $1,500,000. These figures application startled Senators when cempari son was made with the amount MEMBKR OF by them in salaries received KNTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION Undoubtedly the pruning kuife will soon be cut deep into the operation of the railroads, unles.-al- l signs at the Capitol Building fail. Vcmon SftfTlfll rofficialsandthe'tflkWHsallrJauies o among Black, if he ra de the which his enemies would mistake have the 'people believe he has inake. The .ote Will tea whom the people elifcve has made the griev .us error. fc) -- '? a rjr mfmr-r- -r- . r fZ. I r jtf -- aurr-r i- t: r ....... z... a ::j racli , s - iTn T nit. Hell fo Uncle SamSand for YOU "T WAS thereat Verdun 1 ber, 1918and the - Salvation Army was my best bet. in-Xktt- h DEAR PUBLIC I wish to announce to you that .1 have v C.; &J3s 4 . -- oaiVatlOn lTVCiy UtlVt Work for the Home bervice Fund or fh Salvation Army whl start piomptly, in fact has already begun, an organization f r the drive,, with some of the best men and. women of the county in charge having been perfected. News from the State , 'S,. , if. 'SMHIi fcJKd t-rS- -; ? 'VW "v V Ji'i-- - ''' ". Headquarters at Lexingtcn, 4 POUNDS OF xrv. 5S.",T- - S7J& 1 i s wv .v.. r -- exM . . - ,. v; :,' s. or l. We are authorized to announce W. T. SKORT 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. Members jrf both Senate and House who have been advocating permanent .government owner-sh'of rmilroads are now begin-nin- g to "draw in their ho'rns" a bit, due to the disclosure of figures showing how some of the taxpayers' money has been spent and is still going out to the railroads in a seemingly never-endinstream. Some surprising figures have been dug up by the investigating committees. In the Senate it was brought out that there are 150,000 more employees on the payrolls of the railroads under government management than there were before, so naturally the question is asked as to how many more there will be if Uncle keeps the tram wheels .turning for years to come. When the railroads were first taken over, the idea was to cut out the high salaries of railroad presidents and other high rail- p g where Colonei I. Sobel is in charge of the State Campaign, is In response to widespread to the effect that the outlook for criticism, the War Department ' Kentucky going over the top is has at last yielded to the clamor excellent and that this worthy that the public be given a chance organization will be given the to purchase the huge meat sur- needed furds to look after "the plus bought for the use of the wants of returned and returning army, but now no longer needed soldiers as well as they looked Cucubr letters are going out to after the fighting men at the every canned goods and meat front in Euvope. dealer and to all State, municipal Sunday, June 2g, will be Saland charitable institutions, offer vation Army Sunday iu chinches ing the 143,000,000 pounds of, 0f Kentucky, the ministers hav canned meat now on hand. hfn asked tn nri-arr dividual-- , are to be permitted to time on the work of the Army purchase small lots at the sup at home and what it did for the ply stores in Uhicago, Baltimore soldiers abroad. The next day, and Columbus, Ohio; also at other the drive for the Home Service places where the surplus is Fund actually starts and it will stored. It was the original idea be completed Monday, June 30. of the War Ddpartment to keep With the problem of establishthis meat off the mancet so as to ing boozeless saloons where prevent a break in prices, but there is any demand' for them, the storm of protest, finally led finding work for unemployed by Senators and Representatives soldiers and others who may was too strong, and now the pub- want work after the saloon..jjaisi lic is to benefit. passed out, there will be plenty of use for the, fund to be raised The only thing that the politi- in this drive and Commander cal enemies of Gov. Jas D. Black Evangeline Booth and her cocan find to offer that, he should workers at the head of the not be elected Governor in No- Army are sufficient assurance vember, is that he asked the L. & that it will be properly expended. N.K.R to give Bill Tye a pass The organization in this county over their lines. Say he did it is composed of the following and what of itr if he did. He did well known men: no more than hundreds of other Dr. M. Pennington, Chairman, men connected with the railroads Judge S. D. Lewis, V. Chr. in similar capacities have done. V. C. Tate, Treas.. C. C. Davis, The Carroll Stanley bunch, like Secy., S. F. Bowman, Scout the drowuing man, are grabbing Leader, all of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Ln-linph afe-fih-- ..' ." x& ??r- l?.?x :'-:ii-"r- a, o . yArw. - - . . .r i . ;t bbh.ibbbbbbbbbbe vaia .hsbbv .v 1 "We'd been in the front line 36 hours. We had moved so fast our kitchens were lost and .Had no 'chow.' 'Zero hour was set for 5:30 next morning. We 'went over and after three hours in No Man's Land a machine gun bullet got me in the leg. "Litter bearers of Co. 1, 127th Infantry, picked me up. On the way back, bef or we readied the first aid regimental dressing station, they put the litter on the ground, just behind our old front linej and a Salvation Army man gave me doughnuts, good hot coffee and cigarettes. And, let me tell you, high explosive and gas shells were falling mighty thick around us! "It was the first food I'd had in 39 hours. The pain was fierce, and I was bleeding a lot. The- - doughnuts, coffee and smokes did more than simply put new life into me. The Salvation Army was my- best bet - ON COLD STORAGE And our TRUCK will deliver to your , " East 135th Street, New York City, sustained a compound fracture of tha left lo, above the knee, on Oct. 5, 1318. at Vjerdun. He made the accompanying statement from Bed 42, Ward 4 A. Debarkation Hospital No'. 5, Lexington Aveiu and 46th Street, New York City: door, anywhere in town or close by every morning we will your order take care of you "As I lay on the litter waitiny for the ambulance all I could think of was how good the coffee and smokes tasted my own tobacco was too bloody to smoke. "All of us knew the Salvation Army was behind us. They were real folks, and w knew we wouldn't have to ask for help if we needed it. We knew we could count on them, and believe me, it kept up our spirits. "1 sure wish I could get out and root for the Salvation Army and tell you about them instead of writing." ! SUPPORT THIS KIND OF WORK .Set Into the trench Army. ef America with the Salvatlen What they did In France for our doughbeye they are doing here far the unfortunate. -- Help them give the kind ofhelp-that'll- . needed jwbthe need to 'greatest Give more than you can spar to tha - PHONE US "ami -- w. - F. : Salvation Army Home Service Fund $13,000,000 y This Advertisement Contributed by Men's negligee FOR HUMANITY -- ".-. i -- . at straws. The daily mistakes of that currupt political bunch, BAKER hAAAAAAAAAAAASa ( 1i . are not to be compared to the single mistake of a, life time of OXtllSren" shirts, the CASXORIA FOR FLETCHER'S .: thing for hot weather. Dkdmmond's Store. Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A FOR .-- b fBHiir fOI CA8TOBI ij - FLETWK .S :i ... VE GOT EM -,- - AND AS LONG AS I GIVE YOU QUALITY AND PRICE WHY- GO AWAY FROM HOME TO BUY? - The biggest stock of Flour, Meal, Feed and Groceries in the county I can fill your order for any amount r i "- t- . 4 M' t . .V Flour, Meal, Corn, Ground Barley, the best Mill Shorts, Oats, Tuxedo Chops and Hay SUGAR, COFFEE, SOAPS, at CAN GOODS, CASE GOODS, at MATCHES AND AXLE GREASE All - .:- n -- brands and size packages of Lardr bought to help you out on high cost of living. Brick Cement and Plaster. r-- l t Tf 1 FLY KILLER and RAT KILLER . I'VE COT 'EM 1 . fto. "ST' ' . V. i. ". ' A. V"- '$&?". x J2JP BINDER TWINE and BINDER TWINE ... 1 -- ; I am Johny on the. spot to help feed Rockcastle People';1 ., ' Got the Goods, QuaKty and Price. ' - YOURS FOR "BUSINESS Jr- - i. . J'. 4 t W. - ,.Z li I Dll . (. R, 'f-.- - -- 5Cr i - Tt,, V -- F i -- 1 , - .' vVc x- 6 :"lhL:..;-- t. eWsJeBJlNllIll lliegrir-erflni-.i'-,--Vir-- "- 'STI "f' " EpK" i pwfc ZMMI'f'MI'll'''IM',l'fcBgBBMMM Ladies' Waists in latest patterns Dkummond's Store. Mt. Vjernon, Ky, June 20,. 1919 Ladies' Pumps, in patent and vici, just - received $3.50 at .p "RO". 7V Drttmmond's Store Traat.toOo oao wttb 8IQNAX Hurry ! Hurry ! and get your eatings at Rider's. Can't last t Jong bound to BUST is the talk on every corner. Selling goods for less ,than cost is what they " say. " it Louisville 4 Nachviu-- B. If you are interested in whethTIME TABLE. er or not there should be a new ."' 4.57- - p 22 north Christian Church building in Mt. 3:35 am Vernon come to the Masonic 24 north. ...12:35pm Hall next Wednesday evening and 23 south '.7.12:45 a m say so. .21 South Jas. I,ANDRuk, Agent. If we appreclate'-whthe SalPhone No. 8. vation Army did foi our boys at Verdunjin the Argonne Forest Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky mail niatter; ' i u andat'the battle of the Marne, we should show that appreciation by PERSONAL :ontributlng liberally to their home service fund.;1 Emmett Bryant seems to be a little better, but stiti very sick. . Miss Margaret Fish entertained Mrs Mary Williams has. been Monday evening from 6 to 10- - at very sick during toe "weet, bri$ the. beautiful country home of her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. G.C. better now. Mrs. Sam Hellard and child- tVish, in honor of 'her fourteenth ren, xit. Irvine, are vlsitingfcear: birthday . It. was a most pleas' ant evening for the, young folks Ml. Vernon. . present.' Games and horse back Mart Hix has bought an auto riding we're enjoyed fully. Deand henceforth Bill .Owens will lightful refreshments were served know nothing of his .whereabouts. and closed with a hay ride home W. C. MasnaJ will return to through the courtesy of Robert r Mt. Vernon and wof.k in'the Fish and chaperoned by Mrs. shop with Charley Hendrick-son- . Fish. at stcond-elu- Mt. Vernon Signal LIVINGSTON The, Rhoda Royal Shows have come and gone and the truth of the matter it was almost a failure Some one once made the assertion that the American people liked to behumbugged.and if that is what they are after,, a great man 1 folks in Livingston can feel satisfied. George Sowder is mov ing his family to Decoursay, Ky' Mrs. E.L. Cockrell has sold hei store house on Main street to J W. Baker, Jr ; price not learned K. B. Gold has returned iron Lexlngton.Ky., where he went 01 busine.ss. J. A. Oliver, of Berea that "hustling salesman, whs witl are the last to geVdur part of for - the boys TgoingQY&r thfe the road but it is better to be last pop m this campaign, com con We -- rr- - EF m "" . r r 79 I than not at all. ' The good book elusion we say, get busy. says "the patient shall be 'reC. H. Rice has started his saw warded", and hurely we have mill and is cutting lots of lumber. been so. Mrs. Wm. Bogart and sMrs. One week from tojday Thursday will bring the big re- JNancy B. Lung, of Cincinnati, union and as this is the last ap Ohio, are visiting Mrsr O. H. --- . 1 What Goes- Into the Well ComesOut in the" Bucket " Ppc our merchants Saturday. Mrs Margaret Rtce, of Bond, Ky., ha returned home after a few days vishwith Mrs.C.H!Rine-7- W.'N Kiggs was in Corbiu, Saturday onbusinesS.-1-Dav- id Smith, wh had the "misfortune to cut hij hand a few "days ago, is slowlj improving. Mr. and Mrs. W. R Ward, of Ravena, are here visiting relatives. Sam Ward, of.Chicago 111., is here visiting his mother, Mrs.Sam Ward, T.J Singleton, is moving his family into the prop erty vacated by George Sowder. on Walnut street. Mrs. F. Dis hon, of Stanford, is visiting her mother, Mrs.. Emma- Jones this week. Mrs. E L. Cockrelf was in Mt. Vernon,. Tuesday. ' J. L Hughes, of Corbin, is visiting relatives here this week. Richard Mason it moving his family into the property , that he purchased from Dr. R. G.'.Webb on High street. Emmet Quinn went to Louisville and brbjight 'back a new car. 'He is .getting-readfor the pike, we judge 'MrjandMrs W. M. Langford have" returned home from Mt. Vernon, where they have been visiting Mrs Lang ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs Neal Parrott.- - -- E. A. Chilton, to whom -- f " -- - bar--be- - ' Logan Bryant and Bay Clontz Mt Vernon is "not the only to Cincinnati Wednesday place that stock sales have been went and drove through acouple of slow during the past .month At Stanford two weeks ago Fords. and Mrs. Qtjs..- - Cras'trV of nothing sold, and' Lancaster and Mr. Louis Me, spent from Saturday Richmond sales "are reported "" until Monday with: Reckeaslle gqualyr as" Jbad, In 'the' "Blue -grass, many pf. e'pastres have v relatives. (17th) Walter Baugh, a nephew of been plowed up and pasture is hard to get and the cheapest that The very high price of calf hides weighing under 16 lbs. is booming the Mrs. E. S. Albright. and Homer price of Calves. Spring Chicskem 50c per lb., Hens 29c, Roosters 15c. gradu- any can be' had is $3".oo a month. Proctor were two of the You will get more money out of a 2 lb. chicken now than you will one twice that heavy later. Will fura ish you coops weighingonly 15 lbs. ates from Kentucky University. This condition, accounts for the each, saving a lot on your express charges and will furnish you metal slow sale of cattle at this time. the contract was let to build the tags for your calf shipments. Write us and ship quick while prices are high A large number of witnesses in the June, July" and August are the grade up the river, is here moving from here are at London months in (he year for the tools to the scene of action FRANK G. DAY & CO. 44 Walnut Street trial of Jeff Johnson, who was in- worst Phone m 836 slow sale is due and work will start in a few days dicted with W; M. Mullins for the cattle, but the earnest. Oh,, you Mt. Vernon, Reference: Fourth National Bank' largely to pastures. Uncertain in murder of Luther Manus. futures may be play lug'a. hand' we will get' even with you yet. Mrs. W. J. Childress, and as well as the pastures. v children, of Houstonville, have ' been here on a visit to.ifrs.Child-ress- ' The' crowd. Slow Sai.es: parents, Mr. and Mrs. A'. present tft'Vthe sales ofrRockpas Hi.McFerron, and other relatives. J tie Stocky P.ens,. on last,Monday J Homer Procfor, son of Mr. and was pienuy large enougu. me 'S u3S ii a Mrs. Stephen T. Proctor, of this number of buyers present were place, graduated, from State Uni- a plenty and .the number of versity at Lexington Wednesday, head of stock, good svock too, finishing the Mechanical Engi- ran into the hundreds, but the sales were few and far between. neering course. - and W". R. Gott, Those who had stuff for sale W. H. Brownwho went to Hot Springs on ac- did not seem very anxious to count of rheumatism, write that sell and those who came to buy they have thrown their crutches cared less whether they bought. aside, are feeling fine and. will On hogs the demand was very "'As good. T. W. Jones, the Stanford soon be ready to come home. stock dealer, bought of McKen-zi- e W. T. Short candidate for & Davis a car load of good State Sena tor from this district, feeders at a good price, but cat The big thing about Chesterfields Is their is in town today in the interest tle there was no demand and unique blend. The Chesterfield blend is an Mr. Short of his candidacy. save a few deals between local has many warm- friends in Rock entirelynew combination of tobaccos. Itisamot traders and farmers nothing sold. castle who will rally to his sup-- 1 important development in cigarette making. One extra good 600 pound heifer port. sold forgets. As a result, Chesterfields deliver a new kind Atty. and Mrs. Geo. . Brock i v just like a bite came down from London Saturof cigarette enjoyment Next week will be the drive day to visit Mr. and Mrs W. H. that will decide whether this they before bedtime when you're hungry Fish. Mrs. Brock is staying over county will respond to the Salva.; SATISFY! and Wednesday she and Mr. and tion Army call or not There is Mrs. W H. Fish drove to Lex- going to be an effort made to It took the finest selections of TURKISH ington to be- - present, at the raise the full quota. The people and DOMESTIC tobaccos and no end of skill commencement exercises of Ken- generally will have an opporand "patient experiment to get this blend right tunity to assist in raising this tucky University. Miss. Fan Sparks graduated money. There will be doughnut Was it worth it? Say just smoke a sales put on churches from the Louisville Conservatory Chesterfield fresh from the moisture-pro- of Monday night. At the throughout the county, this givof music package. You'll say it was worth it, all right! same time Miss Martha Sparks ing the young women an opporgraduated from the Louisville tunity to try their hand at mak Normal. They came home Tues- mg doughnuts and offering same day driving through in their for sale at public auction. All new Dodge, stopping at Harrods-bur- g the soldiers in the county who for Miss Martha Riker have been overseas are requested whom they will have as a visitor to attend these sales. These will be opportunities for the sollor several days. dier boys to get together and . Crider sing the war songs. We Mr. and "Mrs. A. .hope have had rooms at the Mt. Ver- those .who have copies of the non hotel building since closing war song will bring them to ing out their holdings,' at Hiatt. these meetings. We want say to o Turkish and Domestic tobaccos -- Mendad Mr. Crider is thinking of going that we have the greatest confiin business here, which will be dence in our county being able some kind of a manufacturing to raise its full quota. Our peo industry, should he decide to pie have responded so generoustpUncyd locate is Mt. Vernon. We tbraaaf combination ly to every call, that we are sure tb " of aromatic -c- arato , tainiy hope 'his plans will ma they will not fall down cbolcMt on this akfllfal Turkish will decide to religious organization. varktiaa terialize and he Wandiae tobacco of ftom Xtntbl r locate with us. Mr. and Mrs. Doaaati aacrat Ca valla Boys Blue Serge Suits, just tobaccos . - procaaaj fine people and just Crider are Smyrna frown that ana such people as we need and received, see them before buying and cannot elsewhere. Drummqnd's Store. only tha. v want to come and locatt-ia- . Mt. a baat'grada co?ta4 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Vernon.faachO OF LIVINGSTON COAL y " " peal we will make, everybody is Rice' tbist- week. Mrs. Sam Hoi cordially invited. Come, let's lard, of Kavenna, is visiting Mrs. have a big time. Mullins &. N. H. Oliver and other felatives uinn, our new merchants, were ' here. Atty J. A. Owens, of Mt- n Mt. vernon, Monday Mrs 1. Vernon, is here on a fishing trip. V. - Catlin and son, of South This is the second trip he has Louisville, are visiting her par-;nt- s, made and from what we can learn he has "pever got a bit." Mr.and Mrs.W.G.Niceley. vfrs. Hobert Griffin, of near Mt. CHURCH BANQUET. eruon, is with relatives here The congregation of the Christhis week. Next week is the'date ian Church will meet, in a" .et apart for the Salvation Army meeting, in the Masonjc "ampaign in this county. Rock Hall, on Wednesday evening, June ;astle is asked to raise $700. and o'clock. The ladJvingston is asked to raise $150. 25th, at4eight ies of the congregation will serve )f this amount. We understand a. lunch without charge. The: hat the Salvation Army is a re- topic for discussion will be, Shall ligious' organization and they we have a New Church?' Where .van tall to belong to some church shall we build it ? How" muchf md they don't care what church ? very imporshall just so you are a christian. "The tant it cost It is member- - of the that each money to-b- e raised is used in var-ouofficial board and each active memwavs; viz: to care for orber, friend and .supporter of the phaned and neglected children, to, work of this congregation be ouv medicines and foods for the present poor and needy and lots of other things too numerous to mention. FOR THE RELIEF OF RHEUMATIC PAINS. We wish to bay to the people of When you have stiffness and hi county you did your part in the world war, now lets go over soreness of the muscles, aching the top for the Salvation Army. joints and find it difficult to move Just ask any of the boys from without pain .try massaging the over seas what they did for them affeuted parts with Chamberlain's and they will answer everything Liniment. It will relieve the that was possible, even to risking pain and' make rest , and sleep their lives. Let's.shqw them possible that we appreciate what they did Subscribe foi ( get-togeth- And it is the same with men's and' boys' clothes You get--- . out of them exactly what has beenput in them nothing more. Cheap linings, poor tailoring and cotton fabrics will show up in the wear, and, of course, that isn't going to make you very happy. All of this is just another way of telling you that when you are out for a good suit or - - er s" . anything worn by man or boy vou ought to come to F S H f S for it. I -- We can't give you some1 Signal 1 -- Calves Poultry Wanted Calf Market Today ting for nothing. We can, however, give you the best men's and young men's suits at $15 to $20, and boy's suits $5 to $20, that you have ever laid eyes upon. We call them :x . i8ic FISH'S SPECIALS and we want to show them to you. Come in the next time you are in town, use our 'phone and leave your. coat. -- Cincinnati, Ohio . . - r 1 1 f- ' A big. new discovery "fciiite i&agg& THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS -- in cigarette blending -- FERTILIZER I will have a car of Fox Fertilizer at - WILDIE And a Car of O.K. at m G-- " MT: VERNON' by July 1st SEE ME. IF YOU NEED FERTILIZER I have the Paris Green for your Tobacco at-sever- -- W. B, MT. VERNON, KY. FARMER'S COMMUNITY MEETING. Siguion U t G-- erfield CIGARETTES ' -- .- 3 LOCAL COMPANY, A Mi Notice is' hereby given that the' Livingston Coal Company, In corporated, is closing up its busiWanted BlackberrieftrWi R. Gott & Co., Mala St., Wt.Verixm. ness by unamious consent of its Ug-.re-onio- Next Thursday is the at Level Green. - .i. r - r tofjg-- ..i 3r stockholders. - Ladies' Skirts, latest patterns. They will pleat 70a. DulutewB;BT$. Livingston Coal Company, d. u. rannou, President, k5. ... t I T -, wr vl Ms.'Y.vyMMv . -- vw, ffw itely decided as to the place in town where tent will he erected. This will also be thoroughly adSince it has been definitely decided that Rockcastle is to have vertised before date of meeting. a Farmers Community Meeting Special prices on Men's Pama. July 4, is, 16, we are very an- ma Hats xious that this meeting be a Drummond's Store. grand success. We want .the For Sai,e: A 10J7 model wide awake farmers from all sections of this county to attend Ford, in extra good- condition, every session, and it has been three new casings. Will sell decided to have a drawing for worth the money. H. T. Young, one Duroc pig. subject to regisMt. Vernon, Ky. tration at r5 o'clock eachcafter-nooThis will be arranged for For Sale: A Chevrolet in a perfectly fair deal and every good condition and has an engine one in attendance at the after- that will be put against anything noon sessions will hav.e the same in the county. Apply at this show to receive this prize We office. hope by this method to increase" Another 'lot of jMisses and the attendance, and at the same go. time create a more general inter- childrens hats. Watch them est in thorough bred hogs. The Drdmmond's Store. plnby which these pigs are to Wash ties and soft collars. Drummond's Stork. be given away will be fully excolumns later. plained in thesa For Sale: Pure bred JDuroc,, We want everybody to be inter-- J pigs, Orion- - Cherry Kingand ested in these meetings and feel that they will be well worth Colonel breediag, $ls.oop; Pedk ,. the tame and tremble of atteadisg greefttmisfed; v W. H.Mru.. then.. It haa not been yet defin n. .x. -- -5 . --iS- gfS- t Ui ' r vv .3vT 1 V?"C -- r t .!ar -- . -- jr: -- TW "jgipiAjF iAS -- ts-5. jfc " -- s- J1 & s -- 4 4 '&j f. MMMteMteateiaMMiMMHtai -list.--Bor- n, - " " " i '.-- .. a! WAaraav-'- bsbKttSSeBpKIS? v. "3(SPt.TsaiiBw?r k USVyiXSWJTKWbHMivtiam: - - i"fc - f ..." v f - Chttdritti CryjfcJFletchjiif; WIT. HE i R--S ifiihiMWoiatti Ben Mullins is' in Jackson this week Mrs. Joaos Durham and I IfaI Til 171 V. The Xiad You Have Always Bought, and which has been ia. use for yer thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy. WmWWC w liow no one to deceive vou in this. 439 All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infa&ts and Children Experience against' Experiment; V iffi--- 0Anf two small vniluren, were guests of har 'daughter, Mrs. Virgil Mullins Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Flora Martin is on the sick to the wife of Vir gii Mullins, June io, a boy. Guy Black, of Atlanta, was it this part Saturday and Sunday were services at Cavt Kidge Saturday and Sunday con ducted by Revy Parker Misse- MtVenion or MmWmw W MB1 I mJ km Z YkS 23 fl - d" l. Castoria 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; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids-thassimilation of Food; giving hoalthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A is a Minnie, Ola and Bess Durham, of .Cruise, were guests of Mih Bilha Daughertyt Saturday ana Sunday and attended church at Master . Andrew Cave Ridge. Roberts, of Cooksburg. spent Saturday night with his little friend, RusseL.Mullins. Misses e 9m n m m mm k m JPT$lAMZSSrmM lkP?7w&gl dl I mIi d B GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the. Signature of f-ec&c&M. ALWAYS C&a&X Th Cora and Mamie Mullins, of Cruise, were guests of their sister, Mrs. Melvin Barnett, Saturday and Sunday and attended church 1 Cave Ridge. Mrs. Ben Pondei was the guest of her mother. Mrs. Martha Mullins Monday. Mrs. Raleigh Mullins. and two children; of Cruise, were guests of her sifters, Mrs. Bert Mulling and Mrs. Virgil Mullins from 1 m0TTrm In Use For Over 30 Years Kind You Have Always Bought THK CEWTAUW COMPANY. NBW YOWK CITY, Friday until Sunday. J. H. Mullins was in Livingston Saturday Mr. arid Mrs Ben Mullins were the guests of his mother, Mrs. Mattie Mullins on business. Sunday. Gentry Brothers Famous Show Wild Animal Circus which will exhibit in Mt. Vernon on Monday June 28 are presenting a patriotic spectacle as the opening number of this year's all new performance Nearly lo of the ponies take part In the. picture which represents the al lied nations. At a command from the trainer they march in different directions, each one bedecked with flags of the nation they represent and the entire & WFSmWtmm i PT N 4 MHf Ii lil'F jHHVPVVTipTrPMH Set Somewhere Did it ever occur'to you what a great idea it would week or month and pay it be to owe you something-eacto a bank account of your own ? Just a few dollars ahead puts a barries between present prosperity and future needs, and turns all those petty little trouble clouds around with the silver lining out instead of in. Get somewhere by paying the debt you owe yourself in a Bank Account. You know a bank account carries with it such a comfortable feeling of indepen dence, and gives one a standing in the business community that can come through no other source, h vl V iA & v iM " mW ww kiiM'l Ii rid Im fl lul'HB x FIRST STATE BANK Capital $15000.00 Deposits $64000.00 r moving panorama of horses forms one of the most stirring events, in the program. This spectacle is the result of the trainers ef forts of the past year and is pronounced the biggest and best animal display ''ever-see- n. Many new acts and features have been added to Gentry Brothers Shows this year including a com plete wild animals circus. BOOZE IS IS OT UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads Louisville Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares Are Now In Etfect To Various Summer Resorts Providing Attractive Vacation Trips' IK "Paint-Witho- ut n GOOD CURE LIVINGSTON, KENTUCKY. How Are You Going to Keep'Em on the Farm? ANSWER: When a man comes to you all doubled up with pain and declares he will di6 in your presence unless 30U procure him a drink of whiskey, send him to a doctor or else give him a dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. There is a mistake notion '! among a whole lot of people that booze is the best remedy for colic and stom- ach ache. FOLLOWING are ROUND TRIP RATES FROM Mystery MT. VERNON TO NEARBY RESORTS (War Tax Extra): Big Stiie Gap, Va. $ 8.46 Diamond Springs, Ky. Franklin, Ky. 11.24 13.74 5.76 Gallatin, Tewu $12.56 12.62 3.78 13.69 Buy paint that you know is good paint that there's no mystery about. On the back of every can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find the exact formula of its contents. Thui you take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its ingredients. Hartirille, Ten. Iriie,Ky. Westwrelfii, Ten. Hanna's Green Seal is the good-wearin- g, Tarreit, Ky. good-looki- ng With Electric Lights Makes the Farm Home More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy Delco-Ligh- ts NOTICE AN ACT FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OP THE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS OF THIS ,OOMM ON WEALTH. Be 7-- expert painters prefer. For fares to other points, or further particulars, apply to local Ticket Agent-- . paint that Try it. Sold by W. B;SIGMON, Mt Vernon $:oo The readers of this paper will will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded " disease that science has been -:; able to cure in all it stages and that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly influenced, by constitutional conditions requires conHall's treatment. stitutional a Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and abts thru the B ood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. JThe proprietors have so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it faile to cure. Send ? $it00 for list of testimonials. Co., ToAddress Ffc J. Cheney by all Druggists ledo, Ohio. Sold miitws iv eel. ins Dririnki imnapr. ThematliB,;solilea-aBdilKBfeafir9 ed OOU3 ilfSDAI dtfccept.rao7 wJw all warn you of trouble with your Jcld.' stltutea. Ia three alsea. . Sealed peek-- .. f seym. GOLD KEDAL' Haarlem Oil Capl .ses. ' :3 f orf .every' ai u j i. & weeks-beforeMittsst it enacted byt the General Assembly of the Commonwealth counties outside of the incorpo of Kentucky. ated towns, the requirements of incumWhen Delco-Ligh- t is instated there is no longer as great 1. That it shall be the duty this ace and the duties persons as own, Incentive for the son or daughter to go to the city. Its conof every owner, controller, and bent on such veniences are brought to their home in the country. manager of lands bordering and control and manage lands bor abutting on the public highways deriug and abutting on the pubThe daughter can have electric lights in her room, an elecof this Commonwealth for the lic highways. tric curling iron and all other comforts that are so much dedistance which said land so 3. Every person who violates sired by young woman. It makes the chores easier for the son abuts and borders, when so or the provisions of this act by and provides power for operating labor saving tools. dered by the Fiscal Court of his failure to perform Ihe duties as county, to cut, , clear away, re herein required shall on convic-tionb- e Delco-Ligso modernizes the farm home that it brings fined in a sum ot not less move and carry from along side cheer and satisfaction to every mem-be-i of the family. twenty dollars nor more the public highways, all bushes, than weeds, shrubs, and overhanging than fifty dollars." And the counIf you are desirous of bringing your home up. to date and limbs of trees and other such ob- ty road engineer shall on conviction of giving your wife andfamily a real home, with lights, bath, be fined in the sum ot not structions along such highways running water, etc., get in touch with , dollars nor and to keep all hedge fences lees than twenty-livealong such highways so trimmed more than one hundred dollars publish the noand cut back, that same, at no for his failure time will become more than five tices as herein.- required. 4. The cost of .publication of feet high herein" required are 8." The brush, hushes, weeds, the notices f overhanging limbs of trees; and to be paid by the Fiscal Court of all other obstructions alone the the county in which the notices , t . highways of the several counties' werepublished and posted. All laws toparts of laws in of this' commonwealth are to be remo.ved therefrom between the Conflict with this act are hereby 7M.r Tr 2Menabled GO&D MSJDAI, Haarlem aules "or the remedy' yod need. TaVel list day of July and the 20th day repealed. are Oil ku suffering humanity to three wlthjuad ajUciw of .JckiBey.. Uveiv 611 oak four evervdav. Th. h.aiinoInto llatagoft of August of every year, andjt Ordered and approved by the Bl&datr ,sd tom.ch troubles and all Fiscal Court. 4Ues eoaaected with the urinary Newi life and' heal .! tiHimi ?1 te w!Mjin When your;urjnalvl8Tr;ha be re", shall bel the duty of the county . Cam Mullins, J'. R. C. C. . health ers&Ra weakened by disease. stored cortlnH'ti'ATnn--n--AUiV'road?-- "engineer; of the several 3feM moat important organs ma o "keep yourself, la, eenditton .and. pre Quy Roberts, J. P. because they <iuad purify vent aratunrof the disease: counties of tbfs, commonwealth W. D. Abney,f XP. th- - bod; .usleu ibey-- de thrirrworlc. 'Ikn'twalt-tnU- l you re Incapable, you are doomed. ,W. D. MtillinsJ P. to publish in some connty paper fVearlBeaa, !?$ Freeman Ketron, J. P. backache. teaach troucounty In? which they act ble, pains in lower- abn araqaat aUaed wlth,ra)AHMw J. R. Evans, J. P. comes, gravel, diftculty when' urinat-l9fcT afc'leasUv'iwo ht -- REWARD, 4 We SEOCEIES MEAT, Including Carry a Pull Line of . 'i :i:;iiu -- - V - LARD, FLOUR Ml M M Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. and in fact everything that is kept in an up to date Grocery MEAL Webb's DrugKy. Store Livingston, WE ALSO "HAVE A GOOD LLNE OF ' M Men's and.- - SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS -- 4 ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS from a genuine Panama down to the lowest priced Work, Hat. All these goods are sold at a live and let live price. R, S. When, you come in you cant fail to see our: 5C to 1 0C-- UNTER, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. O Boys' OVERALLS M M - M REOEF -- 75c 2 - - ffS" -- tk-wr- u Bdj-Mtora.t- j '- MR. WISLEK CURED OF CONSTIPATION t(Cm timet in innQ roThan I bad an attack of indigestion and everything looked gloomy to me,j CUMMINS J. B. West Main Street On 9V9wvv !.1J j mj ; C. C. Wi-lltama- v.vvAzZ V. " . sleeplesaneas.-aervousniM,-despeadeac- the.-1olfta- a - ,7r ut vd ?LlJ&PMmrnA arf nnw -, I received a free a of-th- e' -- 'consecutive C7F.Sradbury. daV6f;DaIv in-n- ot lr i g Advertise in Signal ' ii '' - f t. A by 'handbills posted than two conspicuous yejiptogive notice -- ' ' T' t i?nLi. otm$& n' V ungineciv- .. less places in Children. Ory FOR FLCTCHfrt . , sample 01 Tablets hy mail. I ; Chamberlain's gave them a trial and they were help ,to me that I bought a such-package, and I can truthfully say. - r3C3$yd3CX l:w. bethuru'm ATTORNEY AT LAW M1VVKRN0N, RY. ATTORNEY-A- T LAW, tack since,' wrifes'Wm. 1 Bank of Mt. Vernon, on. Ckurch St. Special atten Hrni sriven collections. .. 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